Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: April 20, 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: VID00799
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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; .. J..- Ami ,OSCEOLA JOURNAL. CMuIUtei. Jamjar '11, MIS.KIsalBaai .

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. __I. Uaavtt*. VMtabHaked 1...... I ***>ls> .!...! Wr ....*_4st*>.*, IS*)*, FLORIDA. APRIL_ 20, 1917 VOLUME xx_NO. is

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Cornerstone ... ;
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Baptist :- B. Company Makes

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I .:. Masonic Honors Federal Inspection


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Ceremonies in .Charge of Grand Matter of Captain Katz and Lieutenant Jarrell Highly

, -, Florida, Dr.. A. s.. .York- Rev. PouUon Ex- .., Complimented Upon Efficiency of Com

! .tends Greeting of State Baptifti-Hen. mand And Condition of Government -

, C, A., Carton Review Church Property--E3tMbition '


I Hiitory-Inttretting. Talk Drill Crea tly'Enjoyed '
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: ,f- (Mr*. E. E. Wells) .
I'' .-. hAT Company B, KI.slrtuneecrack military
" laying of the cornerstone of the new $20,000 'I T or.

! THE: ganization, Is one of the best companies of its
; Baptist Church. of Klssimmee, Tuesday
I I kind in the state of Florida, was fully demon.
afternoon was witnessed by a large delegation __
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I strated Tuesday; when the men and officers went througha
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from the nearby towns a'well as by a crowd of KiieimHiee -
1 minute inspection at the hands of Capt. J. A. Graham,.
.' people. t>r. A S. York 'Live Oak Grand Master -
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of the Grand Lodge of Florida,. administered the beautiful /
i.v. a detailed report. of all.,military companies to the gov-
. l Masonic rites, assisted.by F. C.'Bryan Deputy GrandMaster '
ernment. The standing of citizen
our soldierly can well
; Roma Thomas Senior(;rand Warden; George'W. .. .
,. be realized,.wfreii the Inspecting of Acer took occasion to '
Overstreet, Junior Grand Warden; M. Kr.tz, Grand V ,

Treasurer; D. ,G. .Wagner Grand Sacretaryj; S. L. Lup- f fL compliment the men, expressing himself as being more

1er, Senior Grand Deacon; T. N. Clark, ,. Junior .Grand than pleased at the showing made in every instance. It

,Deacon d.1. McPhater Grand Tyler, and'Rev. O. B. is a command of which not only the officers, but the peo- .

Falls, Chaplain of the Kissimmee Lodge.A pie, as whole, can point to with) pride, and if the men

large delegation from the Orlando lodge F. and A. . 0 folds of white and scarlet! O .blut;ficld with .'your silver stars! May fond should again bil called into thex service of Uncle Sam;,

M. No. 69, and the Orange Blossom Lodge F. and A. M.,, eyes welcome you. \willing feet .follow you strong| hands defend you, warm, hearts which' seems likely; they can be depended upon.t6 give

No. 80, as well as Masons from St. Cloud, Winter Park, ) even a better account of themselves than they did while

Sanford' and Apopka,, marched in procession thorn the cherish-you. and ,dying, lips give you: their blessing! Ours Ly inheritance,. ours' by on duty on the Texas-Mexican border.

. fraternity hall to the building and participated in the allegiance ours by affection-...long may you float on the free winds of hc.aven.th'e. Captain Graham arrived in the city Monday night, and

ceremonies. .emblem of liberty, the,hope. of the ,world!'..Anon. while here was extended every possible cout1.et y. The

In the receptacle in the cornerstone were placed the officer, together with Captain Howard Kats and Lieutenant .

Masonic Roll the Church Roll, and a copy'of la.t:week's, p Lee Jarrell. aoend the greater portion of the day

Issue of the Valley Gasette. which contained r _-' r.W Tuesday looking. ,(after the property

a complete history of the church This was Inspected In a. most thorough _
'organisation by Editor Morlts. ooo..o.ooo .oo.o o Legislature Urges People .To t. 'OOOOOOO.O.OO.OO.'O.O00 mannc.: and, waa; found come up tonecessary .

Owing to the extreme heat whichprevailed ,* requirements The property _ _
"NAIL FLAG' TO PI.OW A fi. f". nil VAN'S! 2 '
thff speeches attending the RILL PAUKKD was so arranged as ,to make the In
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KOIl VOt'It *" OUT CI.""" IN .eo00
V. ceremony were mad In, the old Baptist COUNTItV" IS 8L(9tJAN. 4> Give More Attention to farming TERRITORY t spectlon an easy matter: and wheneverything _ _

, Church Just aeroae th*. street and her + was checked up ysry .little.
: : OC1LLA. >. TALLAHASSEE.: April' IS.-TheKenate ;; It ..*.
an attentive audience listened to a Oa., April "Vail a i any discrepancies were found.

plendld address of Dr. .Poulson D. D. I )flag' ur to country your plow as y>and u would work fVxht for Co 4i (Andrew Carter) ground: It will raise .something' If given III to t.today Bryan's passed anti-club by a vote bill..of 6 00 At 7JO' the'-command assembled at

pastor of the First Baptist Church'ofOrlando ., for her. Is the slogan adopted by 4. TALLAHASSKR: : Aprll'1s1.; --Th. Lolf.1.I..tur. the proper, attention. Good seed Is 4 which will close every club, In 00"drr' the temporary: armory on Broadwaywith
ft farmers of lien Hill and Irwin .. has passed a resolution urging necessaryns like produces like. 4 territory In the state and about forty men In line In heavy
DUfln.h.. past our State Department v prohibit manufacture and
.-4- Dr. Poulson began by extending the countlea the Preparations are under O the people of Florida to grow more of Agriculture year haa put In sale. of liquors In any territory i marching order Following a short
by of
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way committee safety of 4
that will
Increase the food .
greeting of the Baptist Church of Or. the two counties to furnish the 4 ply crops of sup print a great deal of useful information now or hereafter voted "dry" The drill In the manual of arms the army
the state and nation to meet the
;.. lando. BOO strong to the organization j flags,' following the 'mass. meeting. here last night when farmers condltlona. In this connection .. Department lacks the man's
G here .nd wished them God speed with recent funds with which pack and especially the,
to place the state
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were urged to produce larger food -A bulletin Issued< by the $tate .. ..O..O..t..O
f. the great work undertaken. H. said In T Agricultural the rifle and other equipment.' All rifle.
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crops I of I'h\ :
? Department' unusual value. whclh ; : n'c: 1.rrr'l: '
..4fpart In were found to b* In first-class condition -
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... 4o an article entitled I "Gar and truthful Information about MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB .
t\\., This Is an event whjch' stands for . . dening. In Florida:?., and. .accompanied Mnrbeatof the-r.- ,t and thamea..readily anwcd 54. '
*" > ...>*. .. therewith a, list of things possible of .Florida.Exaggeration by -BUY BEAUr1FU'V8.F1AG; ; I '
? ; boomers questions the Inspector1 In
r -eomtthlng worth while. It I. a greatexpense and promoters have put the suoji a"
being
planted and grown as adapted to state In disrepute, and there Is FOR HIGH SCHOOL GROUNDS true soldierly manner Cap.
a ory
la build a church and often Itbecomes BULKHEAD MEETING TO BE various sections of the state by months Ing need for facts officially presented. tain Graham '. WOtta.r\ ,
\.. a" heavy burden on the people. HELD BY BOARD OF TRADE and our people' were uaed to grow The literature sent out by Individuals. lion, Captain Kate put the soldier
Does It pay? Certainly It J'hfeh There something and< cut down the cost_ ofVow and. corporations does not have the Through the efforts of the MothersTeachers through a brief exhibition drill and
Is nothing In the world pays TONIGHT'AT HEADQUARTERSThe convincing weight aa when It has the Club a large United Statesflag later the company was turned over to
like erecting a, house of Ood. It Is prposed by the United state back of It and vouched for In an Lieutenant Jarrell for demonstrations
He asked what a church' was; then States Department of Agriculture urging official way, will soon b.swpng. to the breese In close and extended order which, ,
r .n.wsred the question I by saying It meeting of the Board of Tradeto the a''d.I: of every vacant lot as agarden A state and eounty mlllage for publicity from a big; pole which will be erected wook was don with such thoroughnessas
J.> was a visible' expression: to God AIml"hty be held tonlghfat the headquarters, Impresses upon our farmers purposes should be provided ao on the grounds. of the .Osceola HighScboot. not only to bring forth applause
t of the hopes the faith. the joy the real need of putting; forth every that the property ownnrs of the state from the crowd which waa present: to
-. _nd the aspirations of mankind. And No. 107 Broadway, will be a special effort to grow food crops. The situa who profit by Its davelooment will have :Mrs. W.T Frlpp, assisted by watch the maneuvers. But compliments .
f, h* h"hvlfI'.t: that each edifice bulkhead session, President Thomas tion Is serious enuogh that It prpoaea to> sharp their proportionate part of other, members of the organisation from the army officer. _
I.. must bear ,, the members made that announcement some days to mobilize an army with plows: and the There never was a more busied themselves In this matter a few One of the features of the drill was
hoes to enlist
must contain some element of an army' of 1.000,000workers the
: sacrifice bayonet exercise. This Is
time to rather
opportune bring the a
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\, mu. represent our best. A crude 'shelter ago, and It Is expected that the session to raise food for the' army ofm..n the-state to the front. The resourcesor booster days ago;,Reeling that It would be no difficult work,- and must b.*. executed
a-, on a mountain side he said It It will be one of more than usual Interest called upon. to bear arms and vin clubs and trade bodies of the state more than proper that "Old Glory with precision In order to make an .p. r
I repVesented these elements. would b* Committee which have be.n".t work dicate the hour of America and thecause should. not overlook the fact. should have the, proper "recognition. pearance. well as make the work effective '
of '
!: pleasing' to the Maker. -, for some time will make their report, Democracy throughout the In service. With a few minor
lIe spoke of what the church of Ood and It la expected that such action will world. In addition to fIghters we andthe good women purchased .b.au. breaks the soldiers executed all com
stood ror.sayfng: It was. a. great preserving be taken as will start an enthusiastic must have producers. The fighters ONID DRY" HILL ON THIRD tlful flair, 10x4 feet from the Osceola manda properly showing the' splendid
power In the world today campaign to get the great Improve must have food. READING iff TUB SENATHTALLAHASFTOK. Hardware Company, the largest that. training they. had received In the field.
"utafltJng .. a light to the people." Ha meet for the lake front started In earn- Th* American reserves. of food stuffs could be secured In the city. Arrangements In the extended order movements, each
said I IfVwaa a. challenge from high est. are the smallest In history and there Is April It.-The real. ara now being made to have corporal or squad leader
Heaven to the powers of darkness and Much work along this line has been. no reserve supply In the Kuropeancountries bone dry" bill has passed the' House regulation staff: placed on the ground Individual charge of his It.wh.e drill
that within the walls of the beautiful done In the past For some reason we have Joined In war, and and Is on Its third readlna' >ln the Senate and when once. swung Into position by signal was .I.o..n Interesting cxhtbiton. :
edifice would be fought' many a fight there has been little activity within the : millions of people across the sea are at with every. Indication that It will "Old Glory" will be given the proper Two of the sergeants were)
between the powers of light and of past few weeks Is the the' point of starvation And we are pass by a large majority.. Since the attention morning and night with appropriate then selected to drill the entlr common .
larkness He said It was an invitetion the ,. IAr'.J: to get purposeof things not far from this condition on this sideOf state Is going dry, the members of the exerclaes.. *. and thflTion-aoms did their' work
for Almighty I God to men calling started again.. Plans and specificationswere the water.In Legislature fin not seem to care how / As soon 'as everything Is Ihens I- with a snap and f vim which showed
them to a higher nobler life and that drawn UP. these were submitted support of this. claim It I la the declaration dry It gets. The bill now pending permits the Mothers-Teachers ru..e win that they were on the Job. The exhibition _ _
the Influence of the members to the city council and of C: C. Hare of 'th* U., S. no shipments Into dry territory, arrange a program and the Stars and drills lasted more than an hour..
out over the community, as. -.Igeft: ers, and some time ago It Bureau of Crop Estimates who reports I prohibits the manufacture of any drink Stripes will ba raised with appropriate entertaining the hundreds .of spectators
peal out on the air.' voicing the Invlttitlon hie to get the work propeMy-own'l crop conditions for the Federal Department by whatever name, containing more ceremonies which will be a most inter, and at no time did the men show
i. "Com to Church." The speaker short time However of Agriculture In Florida that 'than one-half of one per cent of alco- eating event. nartlclpated. In by the any fatigue from the hard and tedious
.closed by saluting the First Baptist certain features brought by of there. Is not enough food stuff on hand hol. No clubs or other like organisa public In generaL work which they were performing. The
Church of Klssimmee In the name of the lake front property owners up some has de.layed I rithls state to feed our people for ..Jl tions will be permitted under this bill 1 feet was thoroughly demonstrated that
the fellow members all over the state. matters considerably, and It Is month. Prices In the primary marketsare to dispense or keep on hand any Intox ftT. t'LIID HcHOOb PATRONS Klssimmee has one of the best mlllt..ry.unlta.ln
l wishing them God speed with the Work' hoped that at the meeting tonight constantly advancing.:. Corn last Icants or anything that looka like In the' 9 oond Regiment thoroughly *
V here>, and a long reign of peace and scheme can be outlined which will some meet week was quoted In ; In.I"et S6 a t..xlrltnt.&he' bill originally was" IIOLDIt4JIIONAT1ON MEET trained, and at the same time
prosperity with the approval of alt Interested. bushel, and wtiTatwent bushel. about .. tight aa words could make It. -. made up of men splendid In
r C..r..n'.r" Telegram Head Florida soil can be made to work but on Its second. reading the senatean Citizens held. a mass meeting' at St. physique: wh tOlinII' .. the command a
Rev., O. 11. Kails who Introduced the - -------- every month In the year. The moral amendment was slipped over which Cloud a few days ago protesting most soldierly appearance. In tb.
5. peaicars read a congratulatory telegram COUNTY AGENT a E. EVANS Is-get busy. There was never agrander allows the manufacture of aa much as against the location of the. proposed: : crowd of spectators there were manyvlsltora
.. addressed to C. A. Carson from cauae nor a. greater opportun live "gallons rr year of wine for flomentlc new. school building. Many of the I from out of trfwn. who compll
ADDRESS f.IJLF
- fornier earnest worker In the Klsslm- ::TO COAST Itorrf'r..d for this 'state to show the nurpowe, hut not to be sold The speakers. strongly opposed the erection men led the men very highly. .
lace ieptlstlChurch.i now living nt HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY possibilities! I of Its boundless resources Mil Is being handled by Senators MeUachern of the structure at the point selected Speaking' of a possible call to duty.
West Palm Beach T..1. Campbell. Mr. f It don't matter how small the tract of and Representative Bryan b>' the. school board, expressing: theo the Inspecting officer remarked that
(a.- oj. 'Vamlpbell paid a high tribute to Mr. (>lnlon that the local board had ex:* such la not at all Improbable caution' ,
'. Carson who. he aald was I..rg.ly'ln. County Agent. n E. Rvans! ha. been ---- ------------- -- - - - I ...>edPd It. authority In the purchase of Ing the soldiers to attend drills regu
r strumental'ln' the great work accomplished signally honored by an .Invitation from the site claiming that the matter. larly' In order to kvep up their present
by tho church during...UiepaMtyears. the Gulf' Coast Horticultural I Association Current should have Keen left to a vote of' the state of efficiency..
; to addr..s the annual convention News of Week Summarized cltlsenH A committee of five was appointed Florida. HatKled f. 4XOS) MIIHUmea
Reviews: Chorea History of the organization which will be held two of whom are ladles' to The state of Florida la entitled to
'1 Honorable C. A. Carson was aftkod to at Mobile, April 14-17. He received the wait upon the school board at the nest. have a mllltla of 4.800 and It cannot '
'. give the history of the church froi-t uscmlirrt wide Wednesday morning and acceptedthe \ session In'reference. to the matter. be stopped from raising units to increase -
", <.rtranliatIon. a d IId n'l It kind offer. Mr. Evans will leave The Industrial strike In Germany: Brnalllann destroy Germans'property. County Superintendent ,lowell appeared Its mllltla to that number of
k. .......1'1.t..ry of ....H.." sacplfl '''. of discouraging here Sunday morning, and will be absent la reported to have spread tor.The Hum houses and club at at the meeting and expressed aur- men. ,- ,
4 struggle against great adds from the city for alx or seven da)'.. munition planta Porto Aleffre. Teutons price at the dissatisfaction of the. In other words. the state, under ,the
: and of final victory. Aa h* retraced Mr. Evans subject will be "Individuality to vacate of were ordered school patrona He Is quoted aa saying revisions of the national defense act .
suburb BUenos .
N: memory'a paths and was once more a In Citrus Trees" one which he Aires. that the county board had acted on the Is entitled to a militia up to a standarJ *
4. youth h* lived again the days of yore !has carefully prepared: and atudledThe French In great offensive sweep recommendation of the local school of 800 men per congressional district
i. whan he. with his friends, most of convention will be attended. by last Monday drove Germans. back board and supposed that the action and the same number for each United
r whom are now living In distant statesor hundreds of members from North Flor on twenty-five. mil front. Rioting In the streets. of Berlin; would be pleasing to the people of St. States senator There ,
have "passed over," met at the old ida Louisiana, Alabama. Georgia andMississippi general strike Is ordered: shortageof Cloud, expressing doubt as to the re.sclndlng greaslonal districts In hy.und *,
;: blacksmith shop for worship. He spoke and la considered one of Entente. armies, make tremendoua food said< to be the cause, and of the action taken as the maximum: poaslbl strength of the "
,,:.fl' of the first crude shelter where the old the utmost Importance to the membersof drive/on. western front cap reverses. of Germans has unnerved county school board has made terms Florida mllltla la obtained by multiply' .
,. building row stands; he told the. story the association. turing more than 10,000 Teutona. the peopLe)' which It might not now. be, possible to 'leg lOCI by.. the number of Florida* ,.
of the first bell: he laid his hands upon Before returning home Mr. Evans ---....:. change.. ", senators and representatives.
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the and recalled I II will endeavor to ----- --
pulpit how It had been purchase a number! of German emperor on trip for his Rngllsh' parliament votes --
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fashioned by B. A Barnes who long pigs Boys Pig Club, which he health. lies retired castle appreelation -
c'.J.h; to In of act of the United Battea. BIG REAL KNTATH DKAL CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES
mince has answered the last call; even has The club has now fourteen Holland ten miles from the border. Resolution both
r! the beautiful oak, trees that envelop enthusiastic but the1 amid cheers. passes houses ,PULLED OFF AT ASHTON TUESDAY APRIL 24 ; LIST
I'bl..n'.e Irish the
: Englishpralsa - 4
have had
p loin
the building In a gracefulahade some tiie '
of this
I' brought vivid memories' 'vfa former proper stock. Wilson House may override staff President. ,coun I 'I h.'3. :A. niackwell property at Ash. ,JURORS,DRAWN FOR TERifThe"
and by
church fellow who planteTP army insistingarm7 .
trees sold
ton. few
was a day. ago to Ohio _
1 then: named them for the church offic FIVE POUNDS OF.SPUDS b* raised: by volunteer plan. "Grandmother of Slav revolu people through the HV, Porter
ial*. of whom Mr. Carson was th.non... tion" out of Siberia. All Petrograd i I I agencyt St Cloud.. This propertycomprises spring term of the circuit court. .
And .. theyears, numbering one-third TO A HILL IS THE RECORD Interned aliens to be used on turned out to welcome women who 110 acres on which la. A Judge"" Verkln- of DeLand. presiding. i
of n century stretched out before him. farms to grow food cropa. Government had been political prisoner for a 'large two-story : outbuilding, will convene here Tuesday April 14th.
with .all Its tender Intimate aaaoclaxtlons MADE, BY FARMER HYATT hopes to make them self-sup, period of 14 years.Announcement a ten-aere bran""" bUlldlnll:1'n bearing and The docket for the term Is not very
the speakerbecame so overwhelmed porting- # about fifteen acres additional, all cleared large, and It la not 'expected: that the
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S with emotion that It was with and the ground In perfect condition session. will be a lengthy one. The fol
I Dr. C. L. Hyatt who has a good-slsed mad that Austria I lwlnll"ha. been chosen
difficulty he and
proceeded and the a..raod
for
," giving up" f"th* old building, with Its farm at Bogey Creek, upon which he President Wilson and William la ready. to 'one :.d. separate peace planting' cropa. This estate lies petit jurors: -
directly) at Ashton a abort distance
has demonstrated the faot Jennings Bryan had a conferenceat with Ru..I.I..dec', that ,. J. > .
sacred memories. seemed a sorrow. that among Au from and U Chandler i. O t ro..r. J. )L
Then like a ray of sunshine penetrates other, things ha la a tt-rlrr:: note Is the situation.Whit House Monday on.th* trla. like Russia haa no desire toconquer bounded the O.s""lht. east.the by ra-pel: l.o; Is Parsons W. W. 'Chandl.r. S. T. Fana.Ur. .
war
now superintending of his territory of another atate. W. I. "Weatherbee _
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< mist he took up the thought of the ,, Shaker colony landa The new owners, Albert A .
potato patch which covers about eightacres. : C. 8. Partln A. C.' Alderman
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blessings which would conYe when the It la understood. will develop the James
field en
organization would assemble In Its The Is one Of theprettiest Huaslan government will not Two tire tract and bring .under urran.,.. F"iK1.. Lesley. Homes Bass, R..
acre
hundred every
In this seetionand the genial medical consider separate peac The aoolallstlc army men H. Lanier U David
beautiful new home and harmonl u.wurroundlng. oo'i cultivation.tONKQITAirr. Moseley A.
learn I .
t ..'and where Gods great man la shippingmany of' the golden enterprise led by Teuton to fly at the Curtlsa at Sass W. .l. 8. Carr John M. Anderson. '
work would be broadened to higher and nuggets": for which he la realizing I joclallsts will fall., lab:1d ,::nr- more machinesto Lewis Johnson William.. H. Kern pie. Q.
bett.r things. good prices. I The potatoes he la har _. one; Curtlss com ..$4,..0..0000.00.00000.. J. Bass I I* Cox..N. I... Edwards. J. C.
among the finest grown In Jlany add fifty acres of land. to Partin. Ed. George C. .... Buckley.
A pleasing feature of the ceremon. rrtfclr General Joeffr to attend the war training 4 4 ,_
ground.PresidentWilson
1es was the music rendered by Messrs. ,, and the writer was .shown council to be held In Washington. Georg W. Batton. M. M. Overstreet. W.
'Spilth!!, Herold, Heraberg W. H. Jones eight fins specimens of spuds whichweighed Famous French army head will MONTH" .!LL H. Arnold George W: Persons, Roms
'1 ._Kd Carson Farmer. who sang anam- five pounds coming from one represent military branch. appeals to the ,LHOISLATCMBBacked Tbomaa. J. W. Tr_)'. H. W. Bolee. M.
t>*..'of fine quartets during. the exercises. bilL The were placed on, exhibition nation to 'eo-eprat to the laat a Carson H. .... Partl... H. R.Pale, }iJ.
at a downtown business house and are man In working out the problems i by a solid phalanx' of < B. Brown. '
: _ _ _ attracting a great d.alof attention.. Great naval. b.tU..JI6rted off confronting the nation. Makesstrong prohibitionists. the Wells. one S
coast of Massachusetts was a false his request to the farmers' uart-a-tnoath bill paaaed the
EIGHT: .ST. CL* CI BOY"AltSWBI. AITLTMAN HAS FINE POTATO alarm. Positive$ denial has been of the Sooth! to put aside temptation House recently without amend LESLEY BUILDING NEW. *
I CALL TO COLORS mad, br lbs navy department.' of high. cotton and aid In raising -, ment by A vote of ft to 10. It baa DIPPING'TAT ON FARM
DISPLAY STATH MNK already paaaed the
foodstuffs.. Senate and .
: Eight young men from the Bt Cloud tit Fourteen' camp throughout the t takes: effect as soon a*, signed by : NEAR CAMPBELL STATIONs ,;.

t., district left Saturday In company with 8. B. Anltman has quit an Interest. United BtaUa have been selected 'First shot of warfare died Tues., < > the Governor. ,I s-
a. UnitedStates recruiting officer to Ing exhibition at the office of the, ean. for the new army Floridian. to day. Reported that on that day a > This bill prohibits- the Shipping :
}oln the army. They are Evan I.. Mack- I... of the Stat. Bank. which Is attract. b* sent, to o..M.Pber.o. Oa... German submarine !.. mile off < i of liquor Into dry territory la er- L. Lesley, on* of the extensive eattle -.
< cesa of dealers of Oeeeola eounty, Is mak.lag
> oneauart month
afe Marl HL Bchoneld Walter L.fJ.Trencn. Ing much attention. This Is) In the. "- Bandy Hook Light bred a torpedo a to the
' Otto K. Bleech Isaa* C. Coatas.Tninton shape of two large' j, Irish pota_.. General. Goethal 'will* have' at an Am.n torpedo Boat d.* < > head of a family or twelve pint. a farm number of Improvements 0" his '
I.-Jeff.rs. jOorg B. Jeffers.Clifford taken from his 'Held a I few days a.... charge of building fleet of ships to streyer. The sub Immediately sub.merged <. >. of Well beer""f boae and Is known .aa .the stock la having constructed near Campbell a \Urge dtatlon.dlpaiaarvat. i He
BMaxkafee.. They were sent The spuds ar* soot of the drymeasure 4
prettiest supply the AUa"E.'J' availableveaaef giving ao chano for reply and when.
will
completed b .
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Port Screven. Oeorg-la., J.CI.Y. seen In this awetlon on. weighing 1 I.. la t* b* preMed Into .serve Trped missed but trail was .( .
: ( \ . J ; t-the beat Its kind In the _t". Tfcai '
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TWO'' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.; APRIL 20 1917 "

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flYE HUNDRED[ "BUCKS" IS PRICE(, SET! BY JUDGE "MY COUNTRY- iiP6IiT OF SCHOOL FUNDS." .

I 'TIS OF THEE""I


MURPHY FOR, 1 ILLEGAL SALt OF BOOZE-AND SIX MONTHS ; -" OSCEOLA' COUNTY. ,1, i iThe


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Determined to this term

Y legal ..Ie of Uquor negroes.. following Report of (the Receipts. and' J>Disbursements of the School

Judge T. .Murphy c: : sentences of Osceola County for'the period.ending" December Slat., 111
"acale" which will '( In pledge allegiance Funds with th.
future where thosn : : : "pack- Balances and the Amount of Warrants outstanding, and a Statement "of the
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fled with the "first" 1 Will Pur- Assets. and the Valueof, the Scbool.PropertY'of
and Liabilities, the said Osoeola .
by en .'
will have tomyFlagandtothe
In his the honor proper style. I t off with County as reported on the ..1st day of December Ul', by th. County
: on the and the Superintendent of Public
real money was Board of Public Instruction Instruction, I.

,;,% ,sentence Lucy Jones of, colored six :;;:: l : : ... who* Faisonv will Republic of which it hereby published under the provisions of Chapter' 881!. La.ws" !of Florida, Act*

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after she was f\> '
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charge referred p'4"ln: : Henry stands one nation indivisible FoR.,EST ,,AM08.. Comptroller.
had been recipients
end .. 001'''. .. OISNI.RAL SCHOOL FUND.
some time '
I fled with Anes! ..re: Clyde with Liberty and ; Treasurer's' Balance July 1st. 191A. .___________-_. ---.--_. -._____| 1.8a4.U

on various .. ':' I I,without vs. Warrants Outstanding, July 1st. .I.IIII--.L.------.--- ___u___ --___... ... M&
truck a anew ,
sheriff's offIce and '''. 'tbO, Justice, for alL" Deficit July 1st 191------------------------------------------- -,750.ii
Bounty .court Is ) >s; Wm. iO
Is said that the : ".. dam ftp RFCKIPT3 July i..t.. to December list, 19I6J "
largest on.. handed. motion e FROM: -

Tensn loll-of by the county.. ': and ansumpslt Annie .. Tax.eoll..tor Taxes ____-________....- ___ ___?_,-.__ $l l47.H .
two -" '
except '( 'at former <:: Comptroller, tax! lt.'deinptiouis--------------- 2./i01l.1. .
peared before : Hlllsdale C. 10 To well, Kale lllack Bu..r"......,-. _n__.' ,._.. 18.JO
time BIT" 4)fl IL :; : ++o+oo+ ooQo W.
; ; l Hump- II. ralterson, l.tuan-------------------------- 10.111111.00
will undoubtedly
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I toln lesHenlnx the ':,, "' .. of I 00< 'T. M MuiphV." Hunting Llc.n.- ....,. .-.. 46S.SB
the ralor PJano Co. PresMent" Wilson has eaued' a J. Himnioiin, Sale. of I.ot------------------------' 60.00
and would put be well.p.to .. 1 CCPII-, X proclamatlpn. warning all persons County Judge Hunting Liccutse----------------.... 10 ItKl.alinmii

: Besides. the above : ."" and .:.- whether cltlsens or aliens, thatIreKsonable .) City i Taxes: ---.-......_.-,?. -T---. ..... :_. B07.S4 39,31530 -
a' < acts or attempts to
) .
"there were '> shield those committing such actswill lialance . .. _.. ..:_... ..___. .. .
--- ------.-- ---- ------ "--, -- - -$27.065.It
--.. . . 0. be vigorously : :
prosecuted.
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_ 3' .> The proclamation emphasizes nIRHUIUIFMJr.NTfo1.Jull': lst.to' December. lint. Ute: .- ,
.> the fact that It wllr-be treason for FOIl: KM'ENDICU F 011 HCIIOULH:
( ; SHIPMENT .:. anyone-to fall to Inform the an- i Rats and Salailes'of Teactueri.---------------------------- lt.SOO.00

G thorltles of any treasonable act' Mice I'u-'thnse nf School Lot".__......-.... ..... ., ______, 70.40 .
/anyone may see or know about. Carry Disease New Buildings --_______,.._____?_.,,_..; .V..A, -__." 1.767.80-
;' POTATOES PUSHED f 'AlSo, that treason consists In <- Kepalrs HullHIIKS.-.-. ..*.'.-.....' . 40.1 e
giving either aid or comfort In KILL THEM uln 'Furniture; ..--__ _.____.;.....,_...?.__ "y"".\-_ ,...... '. 1S .*4 i
any form to enemies.REPRESENTATIVE. I by ,
Insurance _.___n__. u-- ._. ._.Olio ----C-. 111.01 .
"!, 000 Steams' Kent ____n____ __ __._._,_.__-.....-.-.. ...... ?-_? .89.00 ; \
the head OoOo t oX" I Electric Pasta Janitors ,_-_.--__-._---. ..____....... ...... .... 1411.00 ,
The maiketlng of will roll 15 Fuel ____---._.__ .....________..-. __ -....-___ __. 3335Incidentals
; and about .... : cut BRYAN'SBILL \ Directions In lauraac*. for Schools' ....__ __-____.--.,.'. ....... .... 326.pl ,
from Indications I and old avwywlun to. and SUU.C.avra.at $ .
,
tlvlty along least.this line : : : ... mile. .TO KNOCK OUT CLUBS - bniy.il ., EXPENSES OH1 ADMINISTRATION! ". ".

'. be months at prices are ( .. .4spoa- .. Salary' of Superintendent-------------.. .._:....,.. ..... 8U.00
mere heavy.will realize .. much 'DEVELOPS INTO WARM FIGHT I'er In em and Mileage\.. of Members of HoardromraJSslons __.._.. 70.00
for their efforts. In 1STU ANNUAL -8KS4IO.V OK FLA ''of ..r..ur.r..p." ..:HIMWW. __.... "!: 301.(I "'.
i eipectbd for _._. . -. ._._
:260: of spuds. AS.N. Incidentals Supt. _._- "I.% -
1 of this section.acres the .. will Around the paasageof House Hill No ,' 'BTATK ICllCS % rlnt44jitFinancial: Statement.-_.- ...... ___... ..1>!

of Hmlth Avans. time, 10, by Mr. Bryan of'O-ceola: which Is -- Printing ____h______ ___________....,,. -.. ________ .*.1.0 ,
:i have thirty acres of It the b.on.r.Sir..etll: clubs and' near Orla... Makl.sr Prepsr.ttes. 4. kstert.ln : .. Expenses of Examinations ............. ..-...-. _..... 17.00
the fa.ct that work 'on i and_ other Klks April aiVa2T. Institution or Summer School.____. .. ..__...... ..... 1.75.
t spite and he intoxicating I liquors the most Interesting < e. Interest . .... . .. .
rain In Oils section ,, I \ : ". --_ -"'... : 4 S 4 -
a good onI .fiwht of this session of tbs.iegislalure The thirteenth annual convention of running "ciui> ____.___:.__.________._.__-.__....'_1o--:".__ :.101.CO .. '
t.) harvest present will be ... ' has developed ,It Is considered the Florida fttate.Elk. Association will All other purposes ....______u-__n._ -.:..__. ..__ IOS.60Net ,,
: I ; :: \ : by the the most drastic of Its kind ever Intro- be held In Orlando. -5. _' and .7, Total! Disbursements _._______.----------- ---...-- ------_...........l$52.,1 ,
pair diJ. Aultman, luced. and withstood all proposedamendments with the local rA''f": Iflks playing I J
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teen acres of the I ;: \\ ; donAt'lcn. except one by Its" author\ host to the throngs of visiting breth. Balance, Deo. Slsl. 1913---------. ., ._..._. _.______ ___.._._-...-_ 7.6t1180 't
;,q farm bega ndlgglng .. par striking out section ID. On the .final ren. No efforts. will be'spared In make Warrants Outstanding Dec. lilt, 1A1C.........:;;__..;_ ._._-.-.-.__ :.... .0..0 1.
I roll call the vote was 61 for and 10 ing the convention notable affair. 1. .
week. He has a big Im'
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gathering the : : .. In the against the bill.RepresentatIve. Committees are at work on various Treasurer's._)alanc !. I>..c. list. 1917__..-: .:...._ oi...-...-.."..".... ..+_'..-. ....a.lo .
r them put In .." It neces I Nat R Walker said phases of the meetingnnd entertainment f :
the Mach Bros signi h. couldn't understand the bill but he la being planned. A large attendance C if.
arator has been to com- : (new It was agalnstltquor and was fort Is expected.V.. W. Koto, 1
by Sheriff Ingram, .. "Uncle Nat" deplored the fact that chairman of the program committee SPECIAL TAX SCHOOL, JJwrnlcT..UNDS, 'i

4 11 product for the ", .. _____$t OO "old time liquor and. oil' time. religion"are announces the following program: Treasurer's Balance. July 1st. 1it____..-.,.._.. .'..__'__... ___';".....' 4,378,37 ..1
ie ity. To see this ___ 100CO) Representatives no more Lewis, Jennings, Wedaesday. April ::m Outstanding Warrants. July 1st, 1D16...__.-_ ............ .-..---.... all.1I4 ',
Interesting sight and ___ 100. during' __ SO,00) Homes. Stephens and Anderson of (lads- and visiting ladles and distribution of Balance (Net) July -
many people ( 1st. tIll------------------..,,,___ ......_s-----_ .820..41
den made
,' V Aultman has shipped __ 60.OO of speeches the against certain provisions . badges; at the Klks' Homer 11 to 11 a, RECEIPTS.. July 1st.. to December 31st, lire ._.a------------------: 4,13307Balance .
bill Mr. Lewis Is _
explaining m. band concert.
', toes a day for which ___ SGOO) '

17 vest to in 18 the a barrel... -- 25 SO..(00))0 bill but ht..t\.O'-b\ : : would certain vote provisionsunconstitutionaL for ,the Elks t p.convention.m.-Open session Address Florida of welcome State __-___________ __--___::_--___.'__.______..' _,__._____... -__-____ '.713." ,'1'

+ loa to 1..00 barrels from ,_u JII.OO tiy llro .J... 1.... Giles, mayor' if Orlando. DISBURSEMENTS.' 1st to December list 116.
S To show the tenor of the bill : ,
: Sheriff Ingram _. 1000) ) we copy A .l.t" by Forrest Lake of San ford, FOR: :
It. definition of liquors: ptsulnt. Appointment of committeeon "t,
twenty-eight acres 10 OO)
-- ('faction 1. That the term "prohib credentials.I'lO Salaries of Teacher.-----------------------------$ 1.leS.llo\ \
'4 'WIll commence COO ited liquors and beverages." Whetherused : party at the Repairs to Buildings__-_-___...__.___ ...... --_. 1I0.lill
within a few o"oal.I :: ._ COO Y'rmVIrI".etrdl.: ; Apparatus __ ._____ __.........._.
: In this 'act or any otheracts to .uarnd ." u u ... ...... .... 1011.111) .,
as being In I __ B OO Fuel ___._ _. ...__-. t ;
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promote temperance or to suppress the 7 1. Jtl llanquct fur l II ks and - --------- --- -.-- --._ 1.110
very big yield about .. Leo evils of Intemperance, shall Includeand I (lies, Free Hooks ___.___-___....___.._.____ ...... .-.. 1..111 1.
patches Avant. who In and have a ? ; : ::.... B 100:0. be deemed to embrace the following T......,.. April :3* Transportation Incidentals for of Pupils.-:: ............ __ ...... 12900 (f-'.
: ':.0 a. m.-elesslon of the Florida Schools------------------------- j'g. ;
will commence __ BOO First: ..Alcohol alcoholic liquors.spirituoua State Elk. Association and election ofofllc..r. Elections ....._n____ -..---__.__...._ _,.__._ .... 20L75
In __ Ih
.,k- May while man) I 00 Treasurer's Commission ..... .....
have liquors and all mixed liquors .. .. ..__,.. .... 7.12
r city those who -- Leo all Tax Collector _____ __....____._..._ _. ,J
.. and mixed liquors, any part 10.30 a.. m.-Sightseeingand shoppnlg -" ?. ,.j .. .... II.tO. ".
.1. digging
ent receiving good are prices ... 6 BOO 00 of which Is spirituous, foreign or domestic tour for ladles. r Total Disbursement' ....:------_-.._._...__,.i,, ._------,_.-._ _....._.._.... L11&1 ;r,
,
I spirits or rectified or dittliledspirits..tibsinthe S p ni.-Jrd. parade terminating .
I
ZOO 'I"
Prospects are whisky brandy rum at Elks' Home where refreshments will Nt Balance. 0. ". .1st, 1913---------------------------------------::: : .15'.74
J. .. "
bumper other of crop.the ...." : : __ 11.00 i.OOi.OO and gin.' be. served.Band concert Warrants.Outstanding, Dec. list, 111"...._.. .._..__..+. _._...__....._' ,...6'Tre..urer'a'
.Second.: Vlnou. liquors. and beverages 8..0: p. m.-Elk. Minstrels. Lucerne '
.e, ping own for a large several crop ay. '( _. i.OO Theatre." Balance, Dec.11st, 19111.?__...-,..' !!_.__.... 0__.._+__...-. 11..1. '
-- Third! All malted fermented. orbrewed 'Friday ''April ITIao
list of some< of the : _. 1.00 .
't and about the cityj .. i.OOi.OO liquors of any name or description : a m.-Session of the Florida -
L. manufactured from malt Sta* Elks Association. Installation ofofficers.
thirty-two _..
r ty-eight, : W.acres H. ; ._ i.OO wholly or In part such as beer lagerherr Selection of place for next ASSETS AND LIABILITIES ".

Frlpp, fifteen: ._. .00 near. beer porter or ale. asd ..nbr"'I".d annual meeting., Adjournment. AVAILABLE AfiflETIGen.ral \, ...
t.en.8. B. Aultman ; 6.110 or fermented liquors and) beverages 10 a. m.-Car dpartyfor ladles.S School Fund. .
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In which maltose I. a.substan. m.-Auto ride, visiting nearby "/
I. Bass Lewis : : : J: : : .. .00 tial Ingredient whether alcoholic, or cltle p. tdnasonws. I Balance Cash In Tr..ur"I: g "1.10 __
navls ; : : :_ (p'
twelve: J.50
KarmV; h. P.n.t : : : not or whether Intoxicating or not. cities and towns. Uncollected Taxes. Including current year ...__ II' J4.'lOl'TAmount "
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C. Avant seven, five; A. L. ; county' Fourth: And any drinks, liquors: orbeverages 8 p. m.-Masque dance on Orange I due from sale of old building...-..__ -.II ..II to.OO
containing one-half of one avenue.-Orlando Morning _)entin L.WIM0ver 8pec'I. I''
HTahere'Tsltalso: .. : rerc.nt._ of alcohol_ or_ mode by volumeat fax Distrlctl '
#. of beans ._$2.0.00 10 degrees fahrenheit or any other Balance Cash in .Treasury..w.. ...._..._..._ ...... ._.. s'(SI.14 t
shipment SOO.OO You Need Oeesocal TodeTak
Liquids t>r liquors manufactured or. yncollected Taxes lnc'Iudlngtiurrent'year: ..t--------,: .8.al4.16
of the ,
tions county _. .00.00 ,
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II:er'S: : otherwise of for beverage aroma's
are realizing.. X6.00 sold or disposed *> Total Available '
for the vegetable. A :: ; ;: :.-. 100.00: o -:: r.f..0'i.: ':'per cent said of amount alcohol Tb. Old Standard Grove's Tasteless A.set's.--------------------------:_: .5,511.11 \

C watermelons ha. also ., 100.00 chill Tonic is valuable LIABILITIES. '
-' or mor. equally as a "' , ,: ",
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will .. '
the yield b. ._ 60,00 General School Fund. '" : J' /( I
Fifth: Any Intoxicating bitters or General Tonic because Ucontains thewell '.. rt t ,
I Indications ., ,
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present .
', . ..... 15.- 0 beverages by whatever name .called. known tonic properties QUININB Bills Lr.bIlIUe.: ..._.. . _.:.*........ 1'.000.00
Sixth: AJI liquors and beverages or Other of *very'k lnd'not ,
..: ES.00 aDd IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives otherwise'numeratd,I ..
STATE drinks made In imitation other alcoholic and for which no warrants or othen evidences of In '_ 4
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e __ 2S 00 a substitute for beer, ale, oat Malaria. Briiebes the Blood and debtedness ha* been Issuedj.ssisiisf J _- -"- -* .
._ 100.00 0.. :,. J.OOI." ",
WILL HOLD .. 60.00 wine, whisky, or other slcohollc or Boilds up the 'W. ole System. SO cent Warrants Outstanding for currentexpenses! .. ...... .. .
vinous, malt liquors. Including Special Tax . ,
: .. 10000 spirituous or ... District: -:". ' ",, .. ,,,. .
,KISSIMMEE ON .-- 60.00 those known liquors and called and beveragescommoniy .... Warrants Outstanding/ ; ---..-_._..__.........-_ -._._._..__ ___..._._._
beer. Other Indebtedness
near for which'no warrant. have beenTotal paid-------- 1..10 r
... 2S 00 ..__ 4
V Under the of this" bill It .
pro\lslona _ _ ;:
t Information was .. 60000 will be unlawful for individual. Arm. Liabilities .. i
THE .
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time ago by Karle corporation or.club to sell or keep On'hand ------------- -- $13,610.SVALUE
aim me. Oun Club to I for sale any such prescribed OF SCHOOL PROPERTYi I
city had been chosen liquors or to be connected with any FOR YOU AND ME, Ueperal.School r f .,..,
the next tournament adjacent: roomor building In which' Houses and Lots.._. 1 .
_. .______.__ ._ 7.118&.00 'i I
shooters Association Mouthsi such liquors may be kept Jn store rtrhool Furniture -. '''" ---- ..
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May If and 17. that the keeping of such liquors shall i I School Apparatus __...__u____-.-_-.-.--_.--"--__--_-_--" ""u 1.186.00.U6.00 ,.,..
'. In progress by the forfeit the rights o fany lessee or tenant Other School Property--- ,_ . .I.IIIII'H
-- ---------- J.170.00
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. the sport to make. ; that the mere findIng of 'such ,. F
If -of the most . And liquors on premises other than residences Special Tax Districts. .1.

s .'ever be held held in the ., will be. prima facie evidence SchooL Furniture ---.._..__..__--__"_. __ ___ J50.0/l/ j :
will the
on 00. u 'f
that they are kept for sale. H.hool Apparatus '
.:.Aside from the ." Anv persons violating any of the Other School ----------------------h-___ IIIIII IIII 1.4to.01l ;
there will be l'ropertr-y 841.07
", held privileges of the act shall b. fined not {
f't'! features for the .. mroe than 600. Imprisoned more than Total ... ,.. '
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-- 69.S88.1URRAT :
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sf1" .n Klsslmmee on this one year" or boUt fine and Imprison- ----- -- I

Il Mr. Lupfer is ment. .--- ... -- -- - ... .
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dally. from people In f -- - -

,,, 1, .of from the:all state Indications who :It ::; t J. M. CRAFTON BADLY HURT THE FIRST LINE R.4NC.SIMMKH! IN ISLAND MAKING ON. KIM., S1621 f. o b. that station- and were %1

c shoot will be largely' .WHEN'TRUCK OVERTURNS pronounced by the commission' men L,<
A- sonvllle. Miami the best potatoes ever produced'In t'
any
of health's defence should be The Consnlldnted Cattle Company
places have .been NARROWLY ESCAPED. DEATH your
portion of .
sonville the which I. affiliated with, the Florlda.-T-Palm Began\ post.
.r_- materially In getting .. there -- well stocked with high-qualitied ed Land Company. of ron.olldal'l t.f

contests having .. teals :J. M. Crafton an employe of the Os ra..rtde.n:; : v, hnt promises> to bn the TAKES OFF
.1 or is of DANDRUFF.
meats. That the only'sort cattle I n
ranch
shells. and a rifle, ceola. Hardware Co., had a narrow e. undertakIng '
F ,iwlll follow suit. In from cape from death. last Monday afternoon meat-foods we sell. We are await In. the state HAIR STOPS FALLING 1 1,
of this klnd.'lhere' will them. when he was caught': underneatha The compan) has purchased; : : a very ).
money offered. obtain large auto truck..which overturned ing your personal or telephonic order large acreage on Klsslmmee Islandsaid .'.
The local club held\ a. Mr. Crafton was endeavoring to to aggregate approximately 21)0- Save Your Hair! Get 23 cent bottle :
officers a few days. nourish avoid hitting a cow which ran In front . 000 acres, and It Is saId" will endeavor. a : :
C Mayor J. 8. Cadet When of the machine. He suffered a broken to acquire practically" the area of of Danderine right now-Also :'J
dent: nay Livingston lutes- leg and some minor bruises and will Klsslmmee Island which contains stops Itching. scalp.. '
lltoma Thomas, .. "' b> rlald up for some time. something like .CO.OOO acres. ;>*,
Hit the local club and pois The accident took place about four City Market Operations for the establishment of
e ..a growing In .. matt miles from the city, on the Orlando the ranch already are under way. Thin brittle, colorless and! scraggY j I
I donated by the ) the lac- road Mr. Crafton was coming to the Kleven carloads of bull., each a registered hair is mute evidence of a neglected 'J
-, .Association being a clyt with a load of shingles. At the thoroughbred have been purchased -
ted by die members transmit point mentioned. while running at In Texa., and are nqw In tran- scalp, of dandruffthat'awful scurf. .5 "
lion, .. ... the moderate speed a row crossed the roadIn Cl t. There is nothing so destructive to Ii
J. E. the dan front ot the machine ,and the drlv.raw.rv..d The company' will devote Its atten the hair as dandruff 'It robs the hair j If
_". the truck avoid collisionwith tlon to the raising of high
tp a grade beef .
.. )' ef bossy. In doing so the machineleft For Father Son cattle and will aim to Improve beef of its lustre its strength uJ.d its very I
.p uiI4I0 CRNTKK the road, ran off the .curbing and I and breeds In this section by the Importa. life eventually producing s_ feverishness -. '

< .. and turned completely over, pinning Mr. tion of blooded stock for some time and itching of the scalp. Which J
cliV' .. Bartow I
Stokes Is Crafton underneath. Two ftpntlemen, Courier.Informant. ";
In Orlando on ... ] ; If bead- en route to Orlando saw the accident, 36O PICTURES if not remedied causes_ the hair rootsto

H., Whltaker In the and went to the unfortunate' mans assistance : '.I*>1 FOR CARLOAD Oil' OKEICCIIO. shrink, loosen and die-then the '
agency for the extricating him from the perilous hair falls out fast A Httts Danderine ,-
'. Immediately.: ; failed their machine, and hurried Mr. Crafton tonlscht--now-any time-will surely S,
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G. D. L..Uraham. are' In to hi. home on Mabbette street, where EACH MONTHON'ALL Poland A Edwards from Lake o'kee. save your hair. 'i

' Kouthern KM press. surely Dr. blr.r..tlwrl\; summoned andset NEWS STANDS ehobee, were In the city recently,' tell Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton's 'V
jfL hire Tuesdav.W. the b. Barle 1-upfer ing the excellence of the of
_, A. Flathers . are. being was notified and he went to the scene, hof potatoes they had r'd"Ito Panderine from any drug store. You /.
'4 Is ImmeA on business. soon bringing the truck to the city which antis In that vicinity. On* of the car. surely can have beautiful hair' and lots ;

,' The Dixie Produce \ "of heart l>r. was slightly damaged.Dr. %Cents "ioada of potatoes shipped from Okee- of it if you win Jast try a little Dan., if "
tlng.pew: offlces- In :. : J ehobee netted the
Tea growers the sum of derine. Sav
ing It I. being con: t ,, your hair TI'J'"ltI 1 i(
.erl- A. B. York Grand Master of the
,'. to suit their needs. this Grand Lodge of Florida Masons, whobaa I POPULARMECHANICS -
: Early cucumbers Is at been visiting .his brother-in-law, .
,
h shipped from here the ; ; six-ounce M. M Miller and family, for the past -i

,' ,' by the Dixie Produce '( better two weeks left Wednesday. for hi. ,
home In Live Oak. .,
: ,NOTJe' No pre dos par. _._ _.____ ..____. _. ___ ; '

'- ,. At your Mr. and Mrs. 8. .A. Rogue have goneto ,. AlAOAXINCWIUTTtN : Stout Lumbe Co ;i"

Commencing with : ; Living Palmetto. where they will visit their
J617 those who have 1740 Main daughter for .ten day'*. or two! ,weeks._ .. : SO TOU CAN UNDERSTAKD IT .

light andwater dues. '. AH the Crest Events In Mechanics' SUCCESSORS TO MAY.8TOUTtUMBIJ, CO. J
lOth of "
the
fore (
I 'U" 'Engineering and Invention throughoutthe p
-placed on delinquent "' : of'Kls- World. are described in an intenseing DEALERS .
c 'T-M. out In cr, ..f In. .1.4 \, manner, as they, 0 Cu.; .. 1.030.00. 1
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SI.00 will be the 001- reader*each month.a YELLOW '

mounts fore re-cut due In for Is completed wilt be :..*b., 1Iet. 10.ncl.T..doahln..la._ ..... ,ise telt.I ._ PINE .AND. CYPRESS. [

-" This applies to .. In that L) ....shop,sad It to suke. r-pln st ...._.
of city water "- ?
known In LUMBER
treated .alike as the .,. board of Amateur Us.lia.sM. KKf yHSfporti : : ' ,>
not carry ,accounts. rand t: a-4pl-r Lan .lf. on-lr.< not be for the .. .. In last ke.to bUd tM___,_. ....._e"' '

C By order.of' Electric out of S .M uu SY ...... mews KAURI, Novelty Works in Connection
,., Commltt.. . m'ember I)J ______a_I1"ts1 <
'JV R ,: Columbia re ,.E$1.1. .. -,,. .... .
This llth day of<< ., Col- C :_:=-:101:_e V.. 5k.. ..:'_.::_:;;_.. It is wr pleasm to girt y._estimat; at all Uaes. < 11
Its
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Nt' ,f& ?*cture"tras ,'' ..r .' ,r'Ol"UU"' MECHANICS MACZpN. I I CtmtMu AttcatMB sal Prmnpt DeliTery -
ftchool: ajidltorlum a ........... A_ ; ,

"K. Kelsey on' the j .r of'.the '
Phone
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,1 ,dice of the Pav :; \ .... with : 21 Kissimmeee '
.mhown atrpt.tlr, > In the ,.., M*...,.. *//Ws S). inmlmmtt : fla. ; J
'rThe' lecture'Was .. connected, '- >*ta <. ""..*/_ e/rere." ..d tt..

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I iIt";4q UFT VOURU CORNS.OFF WITH FINGERS Serve 'Your Chronic BAD- tfrfp "vTMHKIFavorite a

I A BILL I

< :.. Tell. How 'to Loosen a Tender Corn I.t.. CountryRAISE tip ti n n. Store of Urmmee '

I ; or Callus So It,Lifts Out ; t
l t'" w to create abad (Tampa. Tribune) '
I Without, al.r' purgatives. They t/A/ number. or school book bills have r

that is all. And they been !Introduced at Tallahassle. Some .
You reckless: 'men and women who dosage., A sensU provide for fro teztbook.'in'ane way .

.f'. are pestered with corns and who have I: wiD arouse the liver' and some In another. The"fact remain FURNITURE? .
L t jifc- at least once a week invited an awful and strength to the that Senator ..ruon'. bill 1* the best of, .

*;' death from lockjaw or blood poison : is offered in the lot because It allows the county asa .

1 obtaining cheaper or free book. In best
t f to use a,drug called freeLone'which suited to It. own need and It. own financial '
the.moment a few dropa'are applied s condition. '

I ?, to any corn or callus. the soreness is fathered On of by the Representative free textbook William bill U, WE HAVE IT ?'

relieved and soon the entire corn or of .-*.on.hl.. bill provide. lor' a
callus root and all lifts off with the tate tar-levy for the purchase of
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MORE TO EAT IT Z:wielliP.1T book which are to be given to the pu- :
I fingers. bill Is undemocratic be. .
l Freezone dries the moment.it Is applied SAVE WHAT YOU RAISE democratic. because It lodges the. authority .-I
of selecting the books Ina -
I I and simply shrivels the corn, or *)*..u.*. .A8........ ..........t.arr *.have shown the ._' board, only one member of It palltlcal be-
callus without inflaming or even Irritating MBII.Mrs. this remedy. If* the Inc an educator and not acquaintedwith la c.arectle.'with eu Hardware BM we carry a caemdetaEM
,
. gentle.. the merltn' of textbook or the
.tr"'U..nd
the surrounding tissue or K. M. Q; .......... Dept. llcr.Wllw. I Now It mar b* educational need of the several coun- of fsraUnra. We .make a specialty .* tftti-j ...es ..]
skin. A small bottle of .freecone will Teeseep "VrtllUer C..9.. tablet form, for con tlea. The William bill also repealsthe .
\ cost .very little at'any of the- drug ;.... _.....- Vim I : tsklnsr. present. uniform textbook law. Kaisdle reliable -
wi4of form a habit while the Carlton bill does not Interfere
stores, but will positively rid one's .. Used aa directed. with It. The. William bill would
_'" feet of hard mar reasonably **.. entail heavy expense upon the peopleof '.
' every or soft corn or We All c.. Hel*>, : .. Florida because It would not -only Bed Room Furniture Dining -
) tr hardened callus. If your druggist War Is declared! whatever one may but the re-format require the taxpayers to pay an Increased ,
\ hasn't any freezone be can get it at have thought In the past, now the decision of proper habit, in tax-rate but would also necessitate Room
wholesale has been must be the the natural way a wholesale chang In all the SUits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
any drug house for NIte::
you. wish of every o to give .er. Liquid If you desire high school book now In use In the.
.. vice to hi. country. Only a small per. state; forcing; every county to conform
Wanted wood-uttersstel.dy; work; centag-e can take part In the mar speo- It, $t and Me. to a ll.t.of book. selected by a'roIlUCI.II Suits Odd Chairs; Rockers
taeular activities but there I Tablets bod.t Tallahassee, that m ,
Cometh ,26c and lOo
$1.00 per cord. For particulars, write Inc every one to do. Th part that might not suit the condition. existing I Couches ,
W. R. M llier, Fulford Fla.- II..,...,or. moat of my readers I* to Carry a box with. In any given county Etc.
provide food and a. most Importantpart TOO. Constipation. 1.Isrgely The William bill doe* not 'requireany .
It Is for M must eat. a matter -of reduction of price In school book !
,.' Drive Out Malaria Builds Up System Florldlan In general have been far come habit. It You with can Mani over to the'state which wr.: 1.o the purchasing. I ..,
to much Inclined to shirk the While the would be
'noe 014 eta.d.rd g-raetal strasxlhealiig tomte.;; develop lla's .
OBOVB-a TASTKLJtsa TONIC drives oat ment of our possibilities of food pro. help. given free to the pupils, the taxpayer ills ..... is amaki f a' record. fee itself .if the rater .f.helpbf

M.lariaesrkbes tb.bIoocI.s ba dd.tp ...'(rates money ductlon.crop.It has and been buy the vaster general to rate day I**!- and would there have I I.'to no pay provision the bill whereby for them the people I. etfit ...... Came aM.... Ovr prices art '

*. Atn.toolcA ...11II.1&.....QiJdIea. Wo. ration" Let u* not Ignore the warn Gla.b.y ou publishers would be forced to offer the riffcL
Ina-s beingsent out regarding the necessity book at lower prices. The Carlton bill
of food production! but ...t..ch demand that the publishers furnish .
1.1I0.v.ryon. take .It a* a solemn book at the lowest net wholesale and
Take 'duty to provide Mother Natun to the] exchange, prices that they have .anywhere
. ulph 'Batfis full extent of hi. ability. Count It an and place the two to- In the United States, but the '
economic crime for thegood man not t t elft'b. Pour the Williams bill make* no provision for
:: TOOLS FOR =
at h Iii rt to produce vegetables from hi* pot over Isreductlon of price to the state. or -ENGINEERS
mat from his or lI'ard.f: allow the material to for the exchange of book. that are
the maximum Je'lI from: non-tick cold water. '''''. the now In the hand of.the, children .of the
Infested wo*. Frown the cook. until It U light colored. state, '
ins of over-upplles upon...-r,;.table. by : It I* no wonder that the William billI. N. smatter what hind W aa E.,.* Iii kaTe-Gas. Steak,
the housewives causing good human 1'.rla; C.ek favored strongly by the school book RaOrMe! .*,Statioaary Eagiae we lure exactly tie TaU
food"to go to animal or more likely publisher, because under. Itthey' will yesaged
L to the garbage! can. Instead of lauding recommend'when the eaustlm Paris lime continue to exact the present high .ia ,.... .,.,day'wnk-Wn.4ai, HsBMsers, Oilen..-.,
her ": ....o. a* oft heretofore. a. green prices and, besides, would" have. the advantage
Learn to eat economlcallyIt<< will cauetlo-? tendencies of of dealing directly with the aJ! af tke beet, .jmaBty red wvrlauasklp, and at pike* that. vdsarprise

U J M benefit your health to eat what you from acid,. while the tate hoard business which would greatly Simplify yea. TWs .....,Ins ... nprntatUa el ....aa
need rather than what you want. In a .... The.two com their :; : and cut oft a largepeat I. iaaly

Coot. Ecxna., Hives, etc. Right. ta all activities OF-RESOURCES keep 'In mind as CONSERVATION the real= each other- ellltijr of the their'publications. ''" undergoIn Besides, kardware tkat b W MtperW aaaBtjr uel y*a will *mak) .. a*!*.

your own taw and at trifling cost, itrength learn how of to a get nation.Be the. most service Tproud from to I Wen-.*.O.> ..._ the chance publisher of*"putting would have over"a a much raw dealon better lab ia thing kere NOW" iaspecttax .. ..... tteck.;

yon can enjoy the benefit of healing, everything1 aF your command., Beginnow I best. "medicine" rol the one board at Tallahassee than, r
.. seJphur baths. to practice thrift beans? they would upon the. flftv-two board Sa 7
: This column ha* been-devoted to ... . of lead past two of the state, which under the Carlton
HANCOCK financial Interests of the grower th"l gallons of water or IT bill. would nave the selection of high
., Florida We have tried to help ..' quite .well grown use school books, with the assistance of
I to make. money by so directing : three teacher In each county electedby Osceola Hardware
SULPHUR COMPOUND eral cultivation and the c ,_ the county board for that purpose. Company
Insect and disease a. to give Olth.C;: I II ... .a ins The Williams bill rt\'e.r wholepurpose
.sew.bfeed .. .. I more and better produce to ell and of the prevent book
.VBBHSBW-...4 nuke Us Me Met emoelr U s a K hi I>the toe Ing the war, however .the work Will be turn white and die, and book.,' It will Increase taxes It will de-
'carried on even more' to be going' right stro>' the present uniformity law It '
Mal w H as a lotto sppMs, to atecte: enthusiastically r:::
cull,*a4 take It.........,. i from the point of view that what does What. shall I do to will lodge too great power In one, t
not grow and what I* destroyed ,by board It will permit agencies Inimicalto .
hoe and $J the bottle crop peat during and after It* growth : ) with Bordeaux mix the interests of the to dictatethe -
at rear drv5..M... If b*east .sooty cannot contribute to our nation* food pound to fifteen Bal selection of book pslrt will require J. A. TROVILLION M. D. }
... ..... his seas sad tl..ke. tawewUlMa ste. pe aN I supply Nevef.rnlnd I If you have only In about a week or ten a heavy expenditure of parentsby W.THOMPSON
.rOH*bottle direct.AMCOC a.lOxlS patch on a city lot from with one pound Bor- making; wholesale change in the
.. i which the product conserve a few past to ten gallons book now !In use The' Carlton bill, on
uo .:.. convenient 'can. which are
;:.: COMPANY needed by our soldier, write to us for not -only to the school boards, but also : DirectorAND
',r:', gekhwr..YL6..J any help we can give you In Rettlntr !>... Spray to the children, retains uniformitygives I )
AolI"c..._. ore the most living out of what you have at lime th local authorities power of :
mix
!iJ --SDr-w so rat aW I hand Help Florida to take care of her sulphur and action In accordance with local needs,
fhs1X tiy.,4 own larder at leant, and If possible tcontribute on bean? and effectively shut off the pernicious :
r w'.. tothe need,* of the na .part sulphur. ,to two political Interference of the book pub
non You :e with a hoe If you ah't go to the front schools of the state ;
o.. ... .., . .. .. .. ... .. with a gun. PROPOSE The. Tribune I* firmly'convinced that EMBALMER
the William bill I Is drawn In the Interest .

M. TILLER Sweet Pete.tees THE FARMERS and of It the ought book to publishing b... defeated companle by the- '
9I will you adrlee on some. 'point In -, legislature. Better that no cheaper. Chapel Stewart Are.Klulnm .
crowing sweet: potatoes? Do you consider : textbook. ( legislation be enacted. than .
F"
:: Real Estate Aoency. I grow on them new a rood TandT, or If opt the 'lighter Will they.oil of the UNITED BTATK8 great that tills' effort measure In Florida be has adopted.been togetclear The **. >Fla.,

...,. : a..wa : :Is : ':.IYd'i.P. will It answer a*! food upon for you live for Block food for- of the big; companies
well th JI..a.wgt
a I* It necessary to : ,,
: by the Government the and to foroe them book
and sold ? Must there be potash In the fer
Realty bought 111m. to the of Florida at a reasonable
people
t _? .. If how much About e fed largely by the ;
so. how .I
Houses rented : year must feed our- price. This bill will again fastenth Lea JamQ..
f' many slip doe It take to the acre? Gov..rnm..nt'will *?shackles of the publishing Inter-
take
j.;. Taxes paid and Titles verified i that Answer.the sweet: W* have potato alway crop should considered receive.more 1"r.. .and.feed. supplies.,for. the eat guise upon the of obtaining schools of cheaper Florida and.schoolbooks In It JARRELL

fi for non-residents. ''s-rower than attention even. has from been the given Florida It. It I. utter. Impossible to will desirable.give u* book moge..cotly , NEYS.AT.LAW'

.. Fire. Lift and Accident In. are tAttle. rood expense for. both Is attached home! and and commercial they i ::-prices: : arei of high food, and the I and less 4. '6. 8 and ,7 CitUeai-," ,

surance. u.e.Sweet. and the supply Is CARD OF THANKS' Bank Bulldlnfr. _
I potatoes] rather favor a light and notes are scarce and '
Indemnity Bondi. soil and grow on both old and new . :The hide of a steer la Florida,
Sedgv.lek'Circle No. e. Ladies of the
land. Lime I* a factor NOW aa a scrub COW
very great
not I'J.
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: .. .... ..... ... ........... ing only them In quality more of.potatoes resistant. but to in mak few undertake year ago.to tell you In a."A .R.assisted wish. to us thank In the all entertaining who so willingly of

*, Many good crop. have storagerot been to do. The Govern our guests taa.rlt'; the In G. A- R. ICncampment W. W.. CARSON '
made full publicity of our city
mad. with tee fertiliser containing
no '
0000000004 .. .... .i ... . ,, I* better to have for food and feed sup ly order. of committee. DENTIST -
eenttco.t.
,V' ... . ' .' .:...' Atlp vr:1'd one. two t I* therefore a question of .
or possibly three potash I* all : same. Bank. cttle and over Pilley Building
Wltham hoga.
the grower can afford, but we would pro Hours: '-11. 1.->
call of YOUR COUNTRYthe
farmer This I. the
worthy for

; ; !. c.. w.- GRIFFIN j rows take use more 4S 7.ISO Inches than clip th.t wide to at set normal and an.plants acre price with, IS It I ;::"stuffs planting and; a also full crop for the of _-'WIII cry you of help humanity.austaln the WORLD > *IIS* Resldeno for,Extraction* Pkeae etTeetk 'I' ..

l Inches apart i InK. .and raising cattle/ The William Bank system I* represented -
' f' In this city by the IUaen. Bankof
I diversification [
! Staple and Fancy of Klsslmmee.

$. I have new P.1.1..llabt land and tried tol/ Ret : ;::: Infnt the soil urdt1 : '" W. i. :STEED: .

I-" healthy seed. Shall I nerd to .pray my converted. through the CHICHESTER s Rf.I.-L&! &: STEED ,
j GROCERI.ES'r j Irish potatoes for blight farmers to a lending 1/
a ; Answer: The matter of blight In the of a borrowing coun Tk AT LAW
S. > l k year: : *tA
field Is not at all depeiassnt on previous Itt : : :: :
plantings, conditions, of seed, etc,. Is hereby Invited to use. Red sad 41 old ..n. ... Yo of all kinds (Irea .
for thought blight may have lived of th.'lth.m Banks ..o.4 .... ......Ch.. RI_ '"'
{/. Free Delivery to all Parts over the field er be brought on the state of Georgia and T.Y.e.*> ., .*?.';... Mj.F.R"!, attention.
of the City seed, there are plenty of blight germsthroughout r; 1 11 if .from the Tennessee I _r "U rn..1.t IAM"Nf HIIANI PIIA.ae..o and It State Bank Bid*;., ,
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the state and any potato part of the. v.. .... .. Florida.
crop Is almost sure to become Infested *, 1(10 banks, for the .4LOBymiQ' sTrtvSKERt,
Peed \ I
If weather condition are favorable. and producing ,
,'. Cool, moist weather particularly inelude. I '
c - } Cured 6 to 14
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blight lnlecllon.S.cklag -- -- f n Days .1)
x r .o o.ooo. .t .oo..oOOt tOO oo oo will refund money U PAZO "
HUB;. O. I>o a< e-l i Isils to cure ..."e... ol Itching.. alt
: A corner of my potato field Is Infested II I 'or Protruding Plies I i.
with pumpkin buts. What -can, I do I giver! Has sad eloledsy..4'
f:. for them? FERTILIZERS I
'SAWMIlTMACHINERYTa Answer The pumpkin bug- I I" very -
t difficult to control since the ,old one : N. C BRYAN
have quite a hard ;resistant covering.
;:- You must reach them by killing: off the ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS ril
i.' younger ones before they can develop ThNW'ters&
AND The best spray I is Jllnrk l Leaf 40 used 3
7!:?; at the rat of which': : to 100 gallonof SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR -
ALLSUPPLIE5.Writs water Jn enough soap ha* .
been used
; to thoroughly break the
harnness. It I* likely you will needto CROPS POTATOES,BEANS, PEAS, '
again in about J
For Pnces And spray two week
'". Notice your plant Jn particular In regard TOMATOES
\ CfttaJogueVEAV to the number of young Inoect. . CORN, -Grocery Company
*
1 present for a* mentioned above, It I* *t
thoroughly killing oft these that the '*
a greatest control will be secured. \ \ our?./tew price list on all brand Agricultural Chemicals, ,

.r" ir 1 From the term pumpkin bur" we Insecticides Materials, Etc-
understand this Insect to be. one that /, V
suck and not, a' chewing Insect. Any. : MAINE SEED 'POTATOES- Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I-! <
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" thing that CHEWS the leave can be t

killed Paris' "green with-either but such arsenate poison of .I.ead'or are entirely arriving: ,daily-get"our'prices:and get the bed ;;
" Ineffective to any Insect equipped GROCE'RIE-S
with a sucking; beak. the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing rfJ

/ CASH -oateas> or' broadcasting., Excellent for all Fertilizer, Lime Ashes '

I want to grow an acre of onions and soft Phsophate.,
'.' Folks tell. me I should start them In ,--
seed bed and transplant. Seem. to me a USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE .

. -0= .: lot them of right work In would the be field.saved.If by you planting advise! citrus trees for sure results. Manufactured by J. Schnarr 0000000000000000 OOOOQ00000000e0.
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., ,Ot-D transplanting' p -r.eor.: reason. fie Co.; Orlando 'our subsidiary. .
. Answer: Ira raf.lnlr would : 0 WE SELL: 4> WE BUY, t
in the
save long run by your .
RUBBER .COPPER onion* In the seed bed and transplanting : INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY o 0 O
The keeping. down of Mil weed. DAY 0 .
TIRES growth. I 1s a tremendous task and! this HIDES' ,
BRASS
0/-/ I.i absolutely necessary where onions JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .* .., S.
arc to be .uccessfullygrown. "A' great GRAIN > 4
TUBES LEAD many vegetable. are. greatly Improved ' 0 'O'' FURS

transplanting, the change seeming 0 FERTILIZERS .
ROPE SCRAP IRON
k to Increase the root system. Other
0 WOOL
vegetable do<< not stand transplanting' '
RAGS BONES at all well. In the case. of onion* the 0 'SHINGLES "

main gain from raising In seed bed .. 4.. *, AND PRODUCE'I
and putting; out In the field seem.'t0 be
., StHD IT TO lIS'WE RII11T PIOnPttt the saving of a vast amount-of cultivation ORANGE BOXES .
that would b* necessary when R. S. FLOYDDealer 4 ALL
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., Write For Prkdist ,crowing-.them'In the /field. 0 ORANGE WRAPS .

KKINSlllAII HOM CQ > COUNTRY 1
s'
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\',., 01( 657 K.BAV JA.KsotoYILU.nA. or How chews can TAnswer .1 tell whether- a bug' nick. 0 0 ,VEGETABLE. : - CRATES e'* S

: The plant shows because Of : 0 ,CRATE NAILS''' 0 I; .
hte- leaves losing their. ries Grain and Feed
.,. attacked with sucking vitality Insects while when c Hay 0 :- e OOOe000000000, .
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wlth-chewlng Insects they. become rag 000000000.00000.00 . ,. .
nab, C. F. THRASHER ged. -
and' the. chewfpg.nnlsect has'Jaws" Corner Broadway. and Dakin Ave., We sell field and garden seeds of all kind

,IT ,SHEE1 .,METAL'WORKER, Oraftl-. Warn: :Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and"camping parties.

:Mfitaf f Roof JVnt on _IIC..II Pleas. end recipe for grafting' "W-.z Us'on':Your NextOrder For Feed I Free delivery ii, city limits. "Phone No. 12. : .
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Answer: Uraftlnir wax I* made a* for circular and
follows Reset I Ibs.. beeswax I Ibs., h 'We are county agents for good fertilizer 'Aik us pnc- ,
ioiP6 4..it: linseed oil 1 pt. : \
KJSS/MfMCE. FLA. fertilizers.
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THE:' 'KJSSJMMfE VALLEY AZ, TTE '.PRQSPECT'pFrAN, : .ARLy PEACE .. ..... ,APPIIKCIATRI to NELSON FOR CO-OPERATIVE SUGGESTS !PLAN: FARMINGTO Classified Advertisements 1


I There does not seem to be a very solid foundation for Tampa. Tribune: RELIEVE FOOD PROBLEM
Published Every Friday Capt 'Max. 1*. Monte, editor of FOR SAL\ ..
Offt* !. "Valley asset** R........ KJaslsassee "'I.rtda the Idea that the entrance of the United States, into toe > the Kflkslmme. Valley Uasetta, :..aere suburban farm part rich d.tenmuck .0\\

war will be followed by a speedy, peace. In the first ,came week-end over wJ4Ji-wh.li ycsterdey mother to spend the i 8u.iI'e.Uon. are being offered. by soil, with fine Slowing wells; 'fl
r W. BU IIAItltIS ..* K. fl. VANS AUNEW,.Ow.eraMAX -Mortis.: u, lit 1.1 South flout.- nromliient cltlaen for th* getting to- half good citrus fruit land. ; 4-room
P. _OIUT&. 1<1.1... place too much, reliance ehoold not be placed upon the .> K.rd. Captain Morlts I. a. former T.......... ..11. moral effect of.this country's somewhat;belated addition Tampa icltlsen and member of the . --
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substantial you
Tribune force for severalyears, 0'' on a more e"1
to the ranks of Germany1. enemies, probably no countryn He went to Klnslmmee some 0 neclallv at this period when the home and 4nvetmnta. "
i months -nst of living and scarcity of the necessities -i NELSON REALTY CO. .
.J \ the world knows.as much.aboutilteneighbor's affairs ago( to Oaks the -editorship 0 ;
e by
I of the Oa...... and ha. made 4 of life can be overcome

EMBe'R as Germany, and she Is perfectly aware that at least a weekly the.newspaper papers In Intoone the South.of the best : the people: manner.should they Along combine this line I In I axvNtematlo I WANTED-To parties leavlQK take for care summer of horn month f.r, ..'

year' llllt elapse,before the United Bta.telllleed be Jooked .-.:.- 'h.. fnllowlna letter which will. prove In consideration of rent I xoellentp.ol.I"b 1
C unusual Interest' : best of references.. Address- ;
moTatnpa f (
"HOIIICWZOLLIeHN"!
y upon *s a foe to be rcckonod'wIth! : face to face Much .> "Times: 6 K'aslmmee. Kla. April U, 1917. ile," care, Gazette lltf ;:',

may be done In a year. The favorite prediction that the o Waj Max P. Morltm. one time Ab "tup Volley nanetta. City: I
+N city editor of the Times, but now C "nr f' lr.-At this time when our i FOR .SAIwR' -At a sacrifice, good Ken.: .
r r Q war wit! be won or ,lost in the next twelve months has Yfl tiMor of ye Klsslmmee Ga- 4 ".r'fry I" at war with a powerful to., luck bred horse., new chaise, waaxm ,I',"
in British French ware. "Maturdayed" In our midst, e ,verv loyal cltlten has a part to do, amass. owner going North. .1
., powerful support and army circles. In I Recently some anonymous friend oQo >'Kl thi nI* a duty for thoso. who can- : Address X. cure Oasette. e''' tl
the remote eventuality that Germany should succeed in Intimated that Max wn a kalaer- oQo ot Ink* 'up arm or BTO. into the navY '
/!Ite because His name end with 'lust Imperative, and everyone shouldndfavnr FOR SALE-120 acre nrst-clns potato' '):
starving England out, a theory that '\the best informed :fl. which' ritmlnds-> to do their share, and all are hind, within one-half mile. city limit:: .t
rgr pR y aa untenable' that Mkxlltadt tilinrer'n n plmnlc, .' "\'''"".3... Klaalmmee. ,.
believe to be or that she should' win a decisive A hot 11..'. "there" when .alled upon o Owing to the hIQh, rout of living and ., iis-tr .
victory the allies would have to agree to some temporary He-fore "we" were old enough to C- ;trJ.tYI nf food stuffs throughout the -'
4 know better, we t lick' the know of no letter way (and AUTO vnVICI3 TO ORLANDO leaves"
peace to which the United States as a matter of honor > lamented Fire ( f.o Andrew; 1; our president has *n advised) that we our oCllce at 7:4> a. in., return at 5n 4
Jackson Harris and tho.t-est of tho nil get: l' my and help ln grow"aubatan'Inl I m, Knrp one way; 60'rents; round
f.. aub.e+lplle. Hates could no deoently subscribe. At the same time it is 6 (Ire department, mid-well, w ..' I food to feed the nation trip, 78 cents (except. Sunday).
On. COPY. One. Year __... _____*,.____---,_.._-_-.?'__-....JOO conceivable that this should .-. didn't ido It.'Max"liolprd" how-* ; A 'umber of our rltlsens. have grown Ilrcnker-nnrclay: Realty Co. 17-tf
One Copy, Hli Month _..___._..___-.?,-.?.___n IX 10 hardly country carry on a 4> ever, end we'vu alwrs). appreclatif us <- .an excellentoroii of Irish' potatoeswhl'h : .
One CoPY. Thr.*' Month*-.. ____.-?.----.-----.' '.7$ war solely on her own account, and the possibility of. a ed It. N<*> Jlfax" all)'t no Hohen-.' will bring many lhounnn<1* of;:' TWO Nino COTTAlI $ for tale. HenlBt
sollorn A drillers Into our community within the J. H nilhert. owner. -
AU communication*, exept from our authorized cor. successful issue to the U-boat campaign Is so Inconsiderable & p< irt thirty dnv*. Now whY not a nitm- .,

Rejected orients mutt matter ba will,slftnud: not toy lie.tho returned writer.mJess, .called for that this aspect: of the case is not worth discussing. . H her. of our.cltlien In a ....-.rKU"hand way themsi-lves IInd.pl..ntt""tlIve to.rather FOR small HAI.K house-Ono two fourth square,block from court with _.-I.'} :i

There are, however, three causes, anyone of which I II or thirty acres of Idle land house; on corner of Verona street. ;
-I.; ;;; Poitotflc', at KlnlmnuM. |,' ;Florida, a..econd"IK. I to sweet potatoes? and Civile' avenue; Apply to M Cos- '
..d* In the decide the before the '
United
might war States .
( I would be \Va could select someone to are hat I 11..r. iiii( MaMiolle. street 14.4tGKNKKAL
.. mall<.r.) __ I the wrirkwas properly done at least i -
"' In position to send troops to Europe. ,,and, therefore t.LSTAT'PRSS.[ COMMENTS[ J misalrtlo. cost and as the ..x".n,,'"* would I Il I, FARMING--la- Irt' .'

APRIL. 20, 1917 ,' before the Germans would Le under (he necessity of >e paid as the work developed but 111 Florida. To know KloiIda's prontablo pnsslbllltles 'It
little
money would be required at anyone
.. -. -- -' weighing the gravity of her entrance.The first of theseis I time and could be easily met by for live stock and poultry '
"I....... raising dairying v fruit and truck
of Thee." the of the allies' the second lathe 1.11. || most any one. and aside from doing I growing, read the ,
"My Country Tis success arms; spread I Florida Record: a Rood turn In producing a lot of substantial Klorlda Farmerand

.. of starvation from Germany to her ,armies on the front I t I ICIIn algnln.lonN. talii' fnod there should he a handso Hiilisci llnmesi'eker..Ipllon, 26 cent Mix:' month Multiple trial
\ n4 nroflt In cops
r), Cone ,8t1al'l.)' < to those who engage the ; :
Hohenzollerns ana 4
any of the three, and the third is the chance: of an in. too fly" 'pounds selecting' of fertiliser good land per and acre using we Pis. Jacksonville s2t1DWl -
HrelUy Is the I'' .. .
Roamer and her are on the job. ternal upheavAL Nnamrtr. .I of Wit should be able' to arrow from one hundred I.I.INOS ; '
:The gun. County Iw'adcri How's this to one hundred and fifty bushel for rent. ,Apply to M. .
In discussing the chances of a revolution in Germany, sent for brevity the following: A Mouth Klorlda woman. per acre a. a cAnaervnttve) estimate, Tiller. 1

Every American citizen will do'his duty. the idea,of any t-Uidden popular insurrection at all resembling -I clothing store telegram: "Send to h a: Jacksonville \'. I)-. and uorth sviet fl.20 potatoes to $1,CO will per undoubtedly bushel. be FOR HUNT :.' Flv.r'omrnl..h'.1; .
C. O. l>. P. 11. y." IIOUHO. close In, 14
per week B.H..
the recent movement in Russia,'from which the 1 ,- lly careful. estimate, we believe that Wells Insurance and Heal Estate
the eapet.se. will not he more thanS5 / .
I'lAlileUAve" !
"
Open-sea_ traveling. ... ...will..,,'loon become.. more.',,' popular.. .. world la looking for its inspiration to be drawn; maybe .. ..A 'Itemlader"Banner ... .. ,... ''per ..cre. every Item Inrludnd. to pro4s. "10. .<.. .a.'. 'i'' ..I Phone Z4S 1-tri-, i .';'
'Iff"P..k..t
'T"., " "'''"'"" -' '."" ' > Ti .\ .' .' -- at once dismissed "chimerical.I.\ The'Ruseian'proletariat l'1\I : irutter 80 cents "'per harvest. .and rare for the aweetfotntoes. AITOVOOII.E: IttlAIt'SlAPS,:; ONLY We- '
pound, and flour $IX perbarrell\! It II Is a and with an average vlrld slxe' Florida
Let'; buy our soldier boys that tin Lizzie that they I was in a'very different political position from the masses reminder. "of the. "last days of the Confedn and attractive prices above propo.ltlonn..ldp4 normal It should. he.Mti Mal.," complete, and newest Auto.edition iloadt

are hankering! rI! j of'Germany. discontentment in.Germany so far from aty. those who engage 'In the enterprise will Vallev offer for(Oasette abort time offlee.only. On sale sett at ".

being universal as in the land, ot..t.b. yifmarae! "...... 1.1.... U !. '. le ,followlna has advised the lines and 1'W1IKJ'svr that our'prcsl'ont _;;ilrcountrv )t'Molt'. : .;.
I t Frimaa4i. .. County Lrf>...d.rl0..... lunatic 1HSteam faimdcy, fu'llyequlpped '
s Let us each strive to, do OUR';full, -duty whatever I hitherto. been practically limited -to- 'the socialists, of .asylum Isn't aufflrlenCIn' Florida, ac.fOf"ng v\e shall a (rood be glad purpose.to take anyone wlllcaret with all modern machlncr I

and wherever that may be. whom 'It maybe said that they not the moaning of contentment -- to a Ivg-lslator. I.. Join In the enterprise, t. *o<* personal: doing attention good business.la required Owner's
i with
.
the IhtidH Knd acquaint them with jill
.under the! freest of flags. For,thirty years the The l.lMl thAi fact' In the case. The land shouldbe other Inter..t.Vrlt... or call and
see plant In
You can do your "bit" at home with a hoe, it you can't German has been trained from his cradle'onwards to lookat The Zolfo man Truth who: hide Limit behind of cowardice a woman'] and plowed then would and. disked be ready at an early to begin date, Klsslmmee.. Fla.operation. A. F. Kilts lltf

go to the front, with a gun. oil, things' with the disciplined eye of a soldier., To I fore skirt the when world.. his country I on' trial be. 'planting at to the lose proper If this time I* to, but be done.Let there. FOR .8ALK-I..ot 0. block 10. In DoneIran's -'_
that Kaiser has been big god little the sd! I subdivision to N. Klsslmm.ee.
.pay his errs on u* Ret buy and KO about this In Alenry Jamva

We'd rather be a country editor in good old America of exaggeration. even now, with .Russia's example fresh Marlanna "('. .,.- "......." a certainly.systematic follow.Respectfully. way. and Brood result will ,, Brock t-lask. Canada.'-tt'
Times-Courier Milton has
than Kaiser, King or Tsar any time In l-2r! mind, it is more than doubtful If, should a turn ofrCrtune' !drKanlsed: a company soldiers.' submitted OLD I'AI'RII FOIL NAI.K-1Oe A Rr1N.
"iony" Tomasello. aotp':,;. A. a NKLSON.\ lilK4ond for
wheel allow Germany to victorious from younarwhite wrapping purpose
emerge man was selected by them as etc. Apply at Valley laiette.. tell
A garden is.quite as efficacious in the fight against the struggle, anything approaching inform to a forcible their captain. FRANK CLARK IS. READY TO WANT to make trade .
of
the h. .c. of I. as it is against the enemy. revolution would take place at all. The absolute faith A Tlsselv "Heelse". RAISE VOLUNTEER REGIMENT an automobile. Address some Wm.kind K. Sar-for I

felt in his and his inbred life-habit' of blind Zolfo Truth: To end Prusslanlsm: I If..nt..t Patrick Street or general
emperor, WASHINGTON.<< April 1H.-Tendering dlflvery. city. letrFOR
Capture the
Imperial head and :
If they are all like ours we'd pity the KaUer if a obedience, have as yet been little disturbed by the progress the brood' '- slop his service. to the government. lo command
SALE
volunteer
regiment a* colonel OR RENT-Fire-room
regiment of printer's devils got on his trail. of the war, which the average German is taughtto Congressman Frank Clark of FlorM house modern rloae In) reasonable.
I. Had fthepe.. Msirel [ today received. a very commendatory Apply flam upfer, If-tf
believe is at least not going unfavorably for his Country niountstown RecordThe: leKlslture .- letter from'the president regarding the

An exchange wisely says: "Personal, opinion has a . Is still |In a state of-gronna.do-lt matter. WANTED.-A tract of land. 10 to 10Oacres. !t.
ness. Mr. Clarke's letter .
'' addressed to the partly or entirely cleared preferably '- i
thousand voices, butreal,, patriotism only one, The confidence; freely expressed in America that the president was a* follows without Improvements. Rlate- .
I "I have thought that In the present else, amount
Hea-srtatlMs German people will revolt against what seems to the eesburir Commercial: See where emergency It mlirht toe desirable .to location, rte..I"of land, distance/ }'
Healine in exchange says: "Tallahassee Will Fill Up American idea political slavery, first because Russia the "bar pilots" of Florida have offered raise volunteer regiments In different from; postofflce. and railroad station 'q
\ their services to' Governor. Casts section of the country and 1 believe price and term Address Raymond)
,Quick. No wonder all this "bone-dry" agitation at the has cast off its fetters, and, secondly, from the fear thai t Thought the Governor did not Indulge., that I would have no difficulty, owing Moore Attorney, 4f10 Drexel Build--, ,
to the Intense. loyalty of tnjr people In'raising lag Philadelphia, Pa. 17-St
capital. .'. the added weight of America's impact would make herenemiesirresistible'mutt Observe Flag Ell...... a regiment In the stole of Flor .. ...
ida. If you can see your v ty clear to
not be indulged too seriously Lehsburg Commercial
: When you
Issue commission colonel of
,Our country comes first'in' all things, and must be The Germans are naturally a contented and eminently remember fly the 8tar It I and* Just Stripe. a* Important from a mast that the regiment. me a on its being a*raised. I will At the Churches

defended all hazards and at whatever sacrifice may. benqulrecL" conservative race, not prone to sudden changes, and possessing tin It be unfurled lowered at at sunrise.sunset *Your a it I I. that It If be this very I.I glad not to advisable undertake and the you service know > "
flair fliesan
in their peculiar kultur an armor almost impenetrable an emblem of America not a. apiece of more any effective.,position service where to I could the government render- FIRST BAPTIST CklURCK
4 of private property or an ornament -
exterior influences.The than In my present position as.a
by to building- O. I1. Fall.
your
pastor
member of Conre**, I desire to
say
Seems like Kaiser BUI 1 "und Gott" hare dissolved duration of the war, must, on the whole, be es that I am at your aerTlcs." I, Sunday school at :4S.. I. M.' John i
else there's laying down on the job sane F. ..... 0.1..' To his letter the president replied ston assistant superintendent, In-
partnership, or a timated from two causes, either' of which may prove Fort Myers Press: Talk about high a. follow: oharK 1
omewhere. in the of the next twelve months than prices, why onion brought flOO In "Tour letter of April 11 does yougreat Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject "The"Ch.l.tlan -
course ea
more potent England other day True It was honor.( I do not wonder that you In his Relation. to Others.. "
the awakening of the United States. The chances of war old at auction and was bought by an, feel a* you do and yet I want very Preaching Bethel Mission at 4:1&-
Impromptu 'syndicate of earnestly to remind that p. m. Subject, "Christ1. Mission to the
society we
men you are
allegiance and to the Republic "
1. 1 pledge to my flag \ or starvation will be uppermost in the German mind for and women" but Just think of a single now engaged not merely' creating World. -

for which it stands; one nation indivisible, with,Liberty and according to the outcome of chances onion bringing a price like that when army but also In rnobllliloa; a nationto Busy Bees at t ... m.
least
at a year, they can be bought In Texas at 76 cent perform all It* function at the Junior BY.P.U.atSp.rn. ,
and Justice for all." will the German policies be shaped. The theory of the apiece. Muhest pitch of efficiency; surely. In Senior n. Y. P. IT. at 1:41i.: .r
such circumstance It I* Just a* much Preaching at T''0. Subject I "The Natvre -> ". ..''fI"r
possibility of an early peace, must therefore; not be allowed "LI.e v-: ." a man's duty to stay at a post such a* and Consequence of Unbelief." "S''
,
Let' to the flag in such numbers and in such in the warlike Ocala. Banner: 'rh.. bo out of a you have been assigned by your constituents Hhort service' rood music a comfort.),,'" '
us rally to cause any slackening preparations Job should not wait upon the order of a* It I* for a man to volunteer able hou.e'and ,\a.II' cordial-weloome-J
"
'and security will be as- for an I take that view of It awaits you'IO.! S '....-.., t
strength ,that ourfutupee: peace This,..country,may still be enlisting, but should Immediately offer army ) gospel
,ofttbeiUnited-States.l, : ; ,their service* to the secretary. of war. with the greatest confidence." Come wherepreached. the 'whole le
,. aured.for all time to .eome. "' ', called up to turn. the scale, in favor of democracy and We.have a tremendous_ task to accomplish ,

civilization even at the end of a year's time, and all ,its our own to territory pollee our, to own bring border the navy and up TAYLOR'S CASH GROCERY ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL

Get busy on that kitchen garden I If you don't getaathin'c marvellous latent energy must be in readiness to meet all to Its modern standard classesa to provide work. artillery of of HAS BIG SPECIAL SALE' .. II. Klrkbv, minister In)charre.CIIURO"J. e .

out of it but satisfaction! it will be worth while. Beach Post. many ON FLOUR 8 a. m.-Holv Communion. _
that contingency-Palm month*-to equip the army and to train ETc.. TOMORROWThe 11 .
I It. a. m -Mornlns.; prayer and ser
But you will get much more. housewife of Klsalmmee and mono Subject. : "The floor of the-
vicinity should take notice of the big Sheep" .
SOME REASONS '"WHY"The AVord has been received here announcing special bargain sale on flour a. well a* : m.- and ad .
War has and there will be need for 'foodstuffs. It .... the approaching marriage of other necessaries. of life., which Tay dress by" Or U A. Hamui nr Subject: .
come Mis Phyllis Jarrell to J. Orlmm, one of lor's Cash Grocery Store la putting on "A ('..11 to National Service.. In compliance -
now becomes a patriotic duty to make every strip of land reason why some towns grow Is because there the Instructor of. the Unlverslf. tomorrow, April 'list for one day only. with President Wilson' ..re-
Florida. This event will take place on Mr. Taylor has Tt limited amount of <|Uet.
do duty in a productive way. are men of push and energy,in them who are not afraidto the Slat of this month. Miss Jarrell real fine. aelf-ralalnar flour which he A cordial welcome to strangers. "
was' reared In and lived herewith will cell on that day for ".16 a t4-lh
i < i-. spend time and money to boost their town, says an her . n"hnfU: a few years ago.; 1 sack, cash at the tore. He. also offers
While -we are making ,war for civilization, let's also buildings organize stock She li a deter of Lieut Lee Jarrell. 'some other attractive price onthat/ 1.A1HAMKKTINQ(
Exchange. They erect good 'i day. Next Stindav afternoon at I o'clock ,1 I
make" war upon the liquor traffic. 'These are two paramount companies and eatablish'factories, secure railroads, work at the Methodist Sunday. schobl rooms; 'j
everybody cordially Invited; Just theplace >
issues confronting Uncle Sam. for public improvements and use every means in their to get soul refreshing, and It will ..J
OOO..OOOOOOOO OO.OOOOOOOOOOOOO ...OOOOOOOOO.OTAMPA'S do you Rood to attend. Coma out ana .
power to Induce people to locate in their city Wherever, enloy' an hour's devotional services oj
I Nationality has been forgotten. We are not Britons, cities write with us "
they go they tell the advantages of their they BEST DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE.CATIHH.in 'I',
Italians or
Austrians or ,
I' or Germans, or. Frenchmen or, about them in every letter they send circulars and newspapers .., ,j

peoples of any other land, but America. to visit their SEIt 'ICK8)Instruction ) ,,
think
to all whom they they can get '
I' at 4 m. .
city, and when anyone visits them treat him so kindly Bay View HotelThe Confession at 1-St:p p. m. oo"",I.
!; Party lines have been swept away, and in the hour Mass Sunday at 8 a. m. ,
of that he falls in:love with them and their city at once.It Sunday school ImmodUtftly lifterrfnss : oi
of danger 'we are one people.united in the defense our that makea . _' '1\
Is enterprise and everyone pulling together
country and its rights and its cltlzenllhip.Reprellentat.lve Hotel For Our; Home People IJerybody welcome .
progressive town, and don't let that fact escape your I

rv t Marion Jennings i of Jacksonville, ,hast memory.To Fireproof Construction-Efficient Service-Modern Fe.ui'pment WIINKRS ATHI.KTIC EVENTS.FIELD .- '
aboutIts DAY, APRIL 13TII. 1'1T.
something pleasant
bill" killer in the legis hear every person say
assigned himself the title of "fool Moderate Rates. e
.
in overtime if he's on the people and its interests is the surest and quickest'and 1. Potato Race (Girls) : First, "
Bet he'll be putting .
lature. .. Louise Revero: second, Nora ,Keller. ; <
stranger. One
make town attractive to a
easiest to a
way C. H. JEWETT. Mar, third. Vashtl Harman. .
job. of the best ways to make a town attractive with that sort 2. Shot Put (Hoy si : Sheldon ,Johnson ,
;.t..ooo..o..o..oo. .. ...ON060004d'400'Sv Charlie Rerero Henry 8lnaletary. 'j),
The American people seek'no conquest, no illicit gains of attraction that will draw other people to it is for every Vashtl 3. Shot Harman.Put (atria Percl). Oiler.Cnrleon. Bryan, -...

.et the ofanother nation. They seek only .that man and woman to have a pleasant word for the people 4. Hundred-Yard Hash (bova t I'
expense Talk town if would ..o. ... .ooo..o..o..oo. oooo..o.oo.ooooooo.o. Charlie Hegero. Sheldon 'Johnson. Waitei '
and the town generally. up your you .
degree of right and justice that is due them as a people 13...... t ,
hum beings.. have others come to It. Talk up your town it'you feel an 5. Sack" Race.(6trlss Percle Oliver..
find as intelligent Nora Keller Zerma Bronsnn. j
Interest in It There is no better way to do it. And many 0. Rack Mane (Boy) : Uly. Chapman.p
reference to NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Elmer .Hchwolkart.! Frank WoodalL ,'I. k
To Be Held 'a time one little word of unpleasant something
"Meeting ,
t. Headline in Tampa( paper says: 7. Broad Jump (boy): Charlie Rem

To Discuss lIigh Cost of Living in Ybor City." Didn't that does not exactly suit you and not particularly \ I Rrro... Sheldon Hundred-Yard.Johnson William Hash (Arnold.Girls) r. ;\\1 1

thing the'old boy h. e. of 1. could ever make himself felt concern you{ as to that matter, will turn a good man's Influence Vashtl Harman. Helen Schmidt NelllaVooda1t C.
\ _
'
In that interesting and only Ybor. away from that town' and may even drive him t. 220-Yard Dash (Boys t Charll

away. At your own fireside talk up your town. Among 'Ilegero, Sheldon Johnson Henry SinK -

1 Recommendations of circuit judges have been trans yout neighbors talk up your town. When you come in Taxpayers are hereby 10ryTrav l rs' Race (Girl.): Kather*

nitted to the Senat. for the abolition of capital punish contact with srangers talk up the most potent agency. Ine Woodall McKay, Louise Bes..; ro, Nellie .

c. "Commit murder ever' set in motion for helping town. 11. Pole Vault (noy)t William Arnold -. M
criminals your
ment except in cases where notified that the usual I Ted Rstey, Sheldon Johnvon.

while trying to escape from custody. II. Bicycle Race. (Girls). CorleonBeyan. -
eradication it will be well to Myrtle Ravage; Percl Oliver
Speaking of cattle tick i 15.
Bicycle Race (Boys: Ferdinand i

,. The Sunshine. City is getting up quite a rep. Four note that loans from federal land banks will. not' be penalties will be added' ,i Carson 14. 40-YardSDash; 0n( Frank.) : Sheldon:: 1.

men who were candidates for governor during the last recommended in fever tick infsted communities. however Johnson, Charlie Hegrero. Henry SlnBltiiry *- ;

campaign are now residents of St. Petersburg1 Messrs. any person who is entitled tp a loan from the federal . to all Taxes remaining 16. Tug of War (Girls): Won by side- ,'yi:

'e .W. V. Knott, F. A.,Wood, C. C. Allen and J-Cyclone" Noel bank can get the money necessary building a 'led-'!(by. KlRh Edith Jump Miller.(Boys): Charlie Re. ,

.' Mitchell. dipping vat. So it seems that there are some sections of : Kero William Arnold, Walter Bass.

'A. I the state in which farm loan associations have been delinquent after, May 1st. K..v.ArtTa.J'lor' 17.: Three-lesriced/ Race Milton: Donald Oraham.Mc-

It was perhaps thoughtlessness on the part of the oft formed where I it would be wise to"l gyle. the cattle tick C'Bryan.Ralph Schllder; Clayton, 'Tates-Lewls. .

7 fleers and men Company B that so few of them were proposition little closer attention.! , _*. *, Johnson 18. Hurdle, Charlie Race R..ro.Wllllam(Boyslf Sheldon Arnold

at the Methodist Church Sunday evening to' participate None.

e s present In the.splendid patriotic service 'which had been Now, that we are in war there win be no 'hanging ". I. ,' ," C. L. BANDY aideMdXay Mile Ralph(Boy Schllder* ,eMilton) Don Gra ." "

the fact back the of the American people either native or ? ham.. "'
arranged in their honor., This does not alter on part : Mil (Boy*'over 'lllOtenrr pRingle

however,'that much chagrin and disappointment was felt foreign-born. But the man who labors In the factory and Tax Collector Oaceola ? any- Sheldon .Johnson., .Ted E.- / .
County f to' -
of the the field to produce the sinew of war Is just as Important ",.'
by, those who had cone to Ute,trouble preparing Winner Bronie Medal for boy! Charlie '
r features and decorating: the church a* well as aKcog, In the national.war machine as the one who Winner Rearero and Sheldon Johnson '!
pedal ?, Brons Medal. for ;.lrla: Cor
1, *
J>jr the large congregation present to, greet them., gas out to meet the enemy on the field of battle. .0 ...............-......" ........ .......... to ...... .. leon Bryan j' 4rd .

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THE GAtt17ilRIDAY APRIL 1 17 y nn ''
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t LOCALI7"EMSI I I

t INTERESTING ] '


I $6 .
. ..oo.ooo . . .o.o .o..c J. J. Griffin Roma Thoma and, Yr. 1
Stout spent Sunday In Jacksonville.Mr .
,

i Weather ReportFollowing Miriam Qulna returned home, q ll e
weeks' aI
>0, Thursday after a pleasant two .
visit with friend In. Wlnderm.re.Oeorge .
.", ,,
,.
"' Fuchs, a prominent businessman '
of Tampa, I Is spending: a few day VOKMBMLY DIXIM THKATHK) I
dally
are tempera In the city on bualneas and pleasure.

totes and.procipltatloris. as reported combined, i; x
by Government station Program for Week Commencing April 23 i
Kiagimmee week endIng )tFa :Julia Chlsholm mother of the ----- ----- --- '
at 10"UI Rev. A. )r. Chlsholm left Sunday for Commencing Matinee Monday 3:30 p. m. Continuou Night Performance r
,
Thursday, April 19: ;South Carolina, where .he willlslt.

Max..Min. Kaln' relative for..ev.ral months, Starting 7:00: O'clock.PROGRAM .

r. Friday?'......79 68 "if you believe In preparedness then n '
68 go to A. A. Wit with-those shoes. of S } .
Saturday .- ...80 and have 'them repottedThs
yours
Sunday. .-,86 SI right place and the right price. MONDA-Mary Pickford in ."IBehind the Scenes" A tdleulaJib Phonograph :

Monday _- ,...84 69 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansel and little '
TUESDAY-Robert Edeion in "Where'the Trail Divides/
Mia : in Every HomeA
Tuesday.83 60 daughter Leona, Mae Hanvel
lionert John and Theodore Kowen vlIIcd *- ; .
Wednesday ..84 59 relative* and friend Jn Winter WEDNESDAY Kathlyn Williams and Theodore Roberts in

(;, Thursday ,. ...85 67 Garden last Sunday. "The Cost Hatred.." home is not complete,' #thou! music. A Stewart Phono

4'0'1'0080'4444I1 vputy Dane of the. Woodman of theWorld -------- - --- graph brings into the home the wonders of the musical world.

y ,', ,.. ..'. OOO'OOU oC!' ., Wednesday with headquarter. night and at Lakeland.nvnt Thursday. THURSDAY-Marguerite Clark iq "Silks and Satin. No one need be without the pleasure and enjoyment, of, music

+ morning In Klsslmmue In the interest when a Stewart 'Phonograph can be bought for $6-50.
! !. Boy* do,you know Opdarwood at The of the lodge he represents.Itoys . FRIDAY-..John Barrymofre in "Are You a Mason?" .
Quality Store,, Inc. *' The Stewart Phonograph is without question'the most mar.

J':'- Cedarwood I* the latent The SATURDAY-Blanche Sweet in "Tides of Barnegat.." velous of all popular-priced phonographs excels in volume and
1 K M..... H. C. Piano visited friend* In Quality Store Inc.
tone quality of music as well as in design\ and construction.
Orlando Tuesday ---- - ----- -- -- ---- ,

'". f John Goldlng 1*' here r.-om' the labors CHILDREN Sc. .\ ADULTS IQc. It is a beautifully designed instrument-an ornament In any
Miss Alberta HopHon pent the week. story-of Thomas A. Edison'at Orange ., ,
eodrwlth her parent In Leesburg. N. J., ands demonstrating Kdlson's I. home. With a Stewart Phonograph you can play any record:

\\"Y'' new'diamond disk phonograph. In Itsprodpotlon PARAMOUNT .PIC-TURES made. The new pniversal reproducer and perfected tone chamber ,
,i', . Mr. C. w; Griffin I* spending komtime of "recreated mug e." '
,( .- In Tampa, on a vl.ltto relative' makes it possible to play with beautiful, liferlike reality aQ !
\1, I J. M. Lee" entertained the 'Board of
5ip',3(! !; County Ag..nt B. 10. Evan* pent'' Stewards' end a few friend. of..-ihe . .records'of any type, any make, any size, any price.

..:, ,. Tuesday. In Wt. Cloud on business. connected Methodist Church Thursday eveirTng Informal at. --- - --- :- -- ---- .1 You will instantly appreciate the high\ quality of the Stewart ,
with hi* of nee. the church bungalow at an
'' "IIt* .tollL'eth..r" meeting. An .I.... course PALACE DRUG STORE I I Phonograph when you hear it. Come in today and hear It played. F

;,b+**t' Store Ask,.Inc.about Cedarwood at The Quality was served at the conclusion,of talk. HAS ,INSTALLED HANDSOME I Wn Ce Te U COLUMNThere I We know you will agree with us that 'it is superior to all ', ,

Rem E. Lee Smith of Orlando.. WASereettng NEW SODA FOUNTAINtjufte'In popular-priced phonograPh .,
Mr*. )i. M. )Miller spent a few day friends on. mfr streets. lastTnmclav .
hA;' Haln. City last week. where she Inj coming to Klsslmmee with fldelegation >
? nailed by the serious Illneis of her .! of people from that hustling 'wit" will be. meeting1 of the CORNER! D R U 0 STORE
.,,ter. ,, awn- to participate. << In-the Cornerstone meva'"aweenlr'kfleplng. tiia prepared- FYnnuvM.-Wlllard Union Friday April '" ,
exercise held on that day. need R'" over tneoun" 20. A full attendance I* requested.
# rV.. Or If fin. the "....II-I returned Tuesday from ..Tam1' Cnpi. Harry P.. Leu. a prominent' sailed the effect. of the approaching Signal, will And an echo In the heart

'', where he went on a buslnes mlslon. tandoltesnent Tuesday afternoon In hot. weather by Installing: a beautiful of our loyal women. .. .... ._, '-0"
II n -w no'in..fountain an estimated cost -=: -
the cltv attending the-oorncritone y> .
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t InllL' of the First Rnntlc-,Chiirrh. MnL of 1000. declared. Whether of"
t ,, Max P. Morlt-returned from Tampa -ii"t Maw many friends In Klselmmee, "The, old ?oJhfaln vvastorA"out, and not we approve of the action laKun has I _
,Monday morning/ wh..r.'be spent a few. who gave him a cogdlal welcome an up-to-date ltt u"rt )t. UI'.....'* latentPolar cuit.rtl. to be a subject for discussion.
to his mother Mr*. System" put In Its place Thl One thought I* now uppermost In the I '
1.M'.rn."I.lt: : : day we'lUtell how It.wa.Ittl'.hed. IIImn!! aM'APPLICAT1a11- FOR TAX
Some *
In Let <>s take your measure. for ovum handsome design I I. carried out In white. mind of the patriotmy country need ; l>Kt:: l> UNDER HKtTIONB ate ANIs
met salt. The Quality Blots Ina.ir Italian. marble with German allver fixture me. How. ..an'1 bent help .In this << HTATVTKS or THKBTATH ,,
'' : McOrannlo and smell I emergency? The following the officer of the aftRNRRAL
"y Mr.S.S.: *. No wood I* used In It* construction are KlOlUl
'daushter pent Wednesday with her i ) and Mr*. 1'':. T. Hopkins, who have I the Inner eon.tru..tlo.b..lng elate The \"'oman's'Chrl.llan Temperance T.V.. Wllsonr Captain H. U Rauloron Of. _
N .alder Mr, T,. M. Coppedge In Orlando I ti..*n domiciled st. the Oravrtone for the with porcelain Jars Each syrup ha* a Union I* primarily a patriotic organl* Marry Hulse H. Walker. Th.boat p
't' Wednesday I winter are leaving today for their Chicago separate container ao no fume can tlonj-; Ito motto "For God and Home I I. (1 feet Ions. 11-foot beam and NOTICE I* hereby given that.' A. U.Honrker .
F' ' home. They are regular winter I from one to another. The milk I. and Native Land," voice Its dominat will carry a car and a half of frelajht. purchaser of Tax Certlfloate.No. .
u,.t Mia were Wednesday' ; reaAen*a of Klniitm***** and thlr return Sns.... from a churn which I* cooled In ing' purpose.' For over forty year It She will run from the. city down,,.the ill dated July Tth. '1. D. 111. hen.
/ for T.C-; aha will spend aeveral will be pleaaurably anticipated bya a separate Ice pack. has; worked tirelessly 'and: courageously: east beach filed said Certificate In mr of nee and 0
with. her grandmother, )ire ., large circle of friend Every detail of the mechanism has to.protect. the home of theland froman The X-10-U-* brought In 140 crate ha* made application for Tax Deed ,... '
,i Dora )Morlt anltatlon for Ito watchword. automatic enemy. within Ito border In this of vegetables. Thur.day.. Law In accordance with law.
Denis n. :Jernlgan, a former resident , tumbler wa.her cleanses the hour or crisis our half mllllon mem The steamer Osceola docked Tuesday Said certificate embrace the follow...
,;1o Have you heard about Cedarwood. at nf this city but who for the past glaase. Ben the old pipe and water berg will render. to'Jthelr country With, 1,100 crate of'cabbaa-et\ pepper, ing deacrlbad land, lying and being
r ; . The Quality Store, Inc.Mra. few yeas hss been at Orlando. spent a main. have been one. whole-hearted, loyal aervloe. eggplant potatoes' beag eta situate 1 In Oaceola.' County State of
f..W' days l I.>n. the cltv during the<< week.He The back bar of thetountaln I* In In co-operation with the National I* Ulrd had his hand caught betweentwo Florida to-wlt: '
,. Kllcaheth Kanborn' ha* moved to Is making hi* arrangements to take perfect harmony with the simple clearance Council of Women- of which It I. a barges' out on the lake Thursday, 17 tsr and 44 of'th*
h. Klsslmmee from 8t. Cloud and will be U|< his anode here awajn. a.nd will be of the counter and here white part the Natlonal'Woman': Christianmperance and lost a flnirer. In the mishap,.and hi* B.mlnole Lots number Land *, Investment Com
.. p'" pleasantly located at the Hoy-Alta for welcomed by a large number of friend. enameled pillar outline one bevel Union I* prepared to en hand wa badly cru.hed.' pany's Hub-division of N I-1 and N 1-f
'JJ' the Bummer month ," French. mirror. Only one touch of color 8age In definite work-under the Laborliartment Doe pierce brought In lxty head of of BB 1-4 and 8H 1.. of fiB 1-e and NR!\
" Mr. and }.rr.V.. C. Ledferd left "* used Thl occur In the beautiful of the Federal Government cattle yesterday and turned them out NW 1of Section Nine ('). of
1. of
ly,, Mrs. H.V.. Morrow left Wednesday Wednesday for their home-In Jarknon.vllle talned glass panel wrought In on exquisite for military and general relief and for to pnstur. In one of the city park II South,
1 for Manlstee, Mich., where she will HI, after spending the winter In conventional water Illy dlgn the establishment and maintenance of They will be dipped and shipped to Township Twnty-lx < )
.
Bast.Th
y,,, Islt her daughter for the summermonth this city. Mr. Ledferd own several. placed just above the glaa 1 It I la connected employment bureau for women who Pelm Beach They will All two cart gangs. Thirty (SO)
ry ? '*. Mr. Morrow will join them. In .*>i ,61e .nlec I *. of property In and neeTKlsslmmle with a row of five llghtr whose will be obliged to take the places of The Serena V. owned, by H. Hauler- ..Id'I.nd. being usess.d In the
June.J. ; and 1* growing some fine hade.* carry out the design. men called to the color The machinery son, has had her name changed and I* name of W Donmoyer.. at the date
broken ",,,Ud."- on his farm. Taken ...s.a whole the effect' I* very of the National W. C. T. U. department being" rebuilt at Knight'" way Her iseuance of said certificate! unless aaldcertificate
who Buffered redeemed aooordlHg
M. Crafton a of Work Among Soldier and newnant I* T. -W. Wilson sod'whancompleted small be
y leg In a reoenlauto, accident., when a'ki. n..... and Mrs. A. )[. Chlsholm arespending one and will be a source of pleasure, to Sailors <( truck he was driving turned luMie-on severs. I .d..vs In Or'......o. r.xrewe the customer of this popular .tore. especially, adapted) to freight boat on the lake. i th. list day of May, A. D. 1911.
the Orlando road. 'Is reeling a* well M tfcetr "h.......... :Judge'and. Mr*. Parker ervloe along Red Cross lines, and already Several crate of sweet corn hare Witness my hand and official *eat
ran be expected. He will be Incapacitated are occupying the Chlaholm home, An enoyable'danre wa given at the the member of the 20,000 local been hipped from oft the lake the past this, the lllh daj of OVEiZ: A.ftll.lf.
I for several week while the former I* looking after Dour! union of our organlaatlon mobilis werk.Iles.. :
business. The Parker wilt leave for Orayatone Hotel Thursday evening ins for duty of thl. nature.are Thomason and Bibb left for Tallahassee Clerk Circuit Court, Ocola Countr.
Rev. E. T. Poulson.; pastor of' the Ukeechobee next.week. which will be the cloning one of the I Bunday night to look after the Htate of Florida. r -
Baptist Church at Orlando wa In KlImm.e *- eaaon.' The **rle* of dance have proved There Is also urgent need'at the fence of Oke.chobee county. (Circuit.Court Seal lf.lt ,\
Tuesday, being one of the principal ),rr. and Mr*. B. A. Bogue left'Tuea quite popular and 'will probablycommence present time that all !good cltlcen In
: apeaker at the exerclae Incident day. for a two weeks' visit with their again with the early faIL the vicinity of recruiting stations and .
to the laying of the cornerstone of Aaua.har. Mrs. F. P.\ Faulkner at Pal mobilisation and training camp use '
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their Influence to see that ten aoldler .. -- -- --
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r jip the new Baptist Church. metto.the graduating WnTle there exercise: they. of will the attend 1(17clesp hostess Mr. A.Thursday Cotterman..v.nln..Jent'wa a charming rtaln'n&' are not subjected to undue temptation ", II'" ", U'" oIf"U. 1Ift-"' "' ..U .- II .

I Mr. and Mr*. Norris Levls. of Rangy : of the Palmetto High School of the member of the Hoyal Neighbor! Pert experience ha* shown that at suchtimes
ford, motored to Klsslmmee Tuesday toe' which their -grandson, Donald, I* amenVber Lodge and-. taw.trlenda at her homeon as' these the liquor and vice Interest
a be hand at the laying of the corn r- seek to establish th.mselv.inear
on Alabbettee etreet. The hour were
r ,f tone of the new Baptist Cherch. Thy e .....nt quit Informally and str.wberrtes military .centers for the purpose of I I I
k.c, have many, friend in Kllmmee I who Mr: and Mrs: W. M. Ems tlf Tampa cream, cake* and tea were erved luring them the unused boy t"'b:: manyof alt.ies Shoes Shoes Shoes !

k, Kav them a cordial welcome. visit have to been Prof.In and the city Mrs. this R. :M.wetcon Evan.a from a Amtntlly/ appointed table.... Into vile resorts Wherever such a '

H. O. Harden, trainmaster of the Seaboard .: They have been In Atlanta for sometime situation exists the fact should be
at Tampa, and stopped here en rout to their The 'member* of the Klanlmmee Gun given publicity through the press -and
with ,I: rfe and utr'd.au ;, Mary home. Mr Evans Is one of the leading Club with Tareee Evans and Mr. be brought to' the attention. of the
'r), Klliabeth left Tueaday after. pleasant Insurance and real estate men In the Ladbe.or Orlando, leafed their proper authorities
y vl.lt with the :J. :J. MoCrannie family.Mr Cigar City. mitrkfimanahln. at a practice shoot Meanwhile In1' no more definite and
;/' *. Harden I. Mrs McCranme'l nl...... Tnvraday afternoon at the local direct way can we prepare for the tryIng .
B. E. Mayfleld, of Ashevlll. N. C.. ground..rhen some very good scores experience. '* ri'ghuhl"n""" we maybe Spring and Summer Footwear. ,
Among the man Orlandopeople who representing the Piedmont Directory were made. The second event In the called to pass : few ;
.._ were In Ktsslmmee Tuesday attending Co., viubllsher of city directories. I* In tournament for the allot cup offered month than by working for total ab .' '
the cornerstone laylnar. were :Jndg T. the rlty for,a few day* Mr. MayfleldlaInterviewing by the Interstate Association with St. stinence/and prohibition thus helplnqouraoldlen'and ".' 1' I"' WeHavelH, ,-", ',' y;; ,w # {
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I'\- IMcton Warlow Carl Jen.en Chaa. p. the city officials and Cloud. and Klsslmmee competing, will : sailor and our private : :
Dow all of whom are prominently connected business men generally with a view of be pulled off at St. Cloud next Thurs cltlaenry to be made nt and efficient .
with the business Intereat of comnlllng and Issuing a city directoryof day. Klsalmmee waa. the winner the to adequately protect our coun
' the City BeautifuL KJsslnrmee.Mrs. first event held here last Creek and will try. Shoes for every member of the lo=ftily.
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visit the Wonder City next .ek. fully
p? Miss May Winter accompanied ''by Henry"'' Anltman and little prepared to bring home their ....lpe. I
l,: 'her niece and Violet and Richard daughter left Wednesday with her .
n.rheW. their. :J. F. for hi* home. In i II OKEECHOBEE
I' for father O'Berry I : : ITEMSThey '
Wlntert TU..d'.t'; a Rodmfcn.' Mr. Aultman win look after ..Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; ] Complete array of
pleasant three month.1 vl.1. t.r.. the OTIerry; home while Mr*: O'Berryvisits $1.00 per cord. For particulars, write
slater Mrs )t. D. Alexander A pleasant her daughter In Jacksonville Bl- W. R. Mollier Fulford. Fla. Men's Low. Cut Summer Shoes elegant
n,' feature of the trip will b e a top beMa and Kllsabeth "O'Berrywere In expect to strike a flow of water ;
at Washington, D. C. the party and Mr. *. Florence. Savagn, I this week at the Drrow well. '
who will return with )tea O'Berry a* 1>. E. Austin left la."nIKht for St. Footwear for Ladies, Misses and Children
Rev, :J. 3. Farmer left Tuesday for far as Palatka and then on home. Wbeaerer. Yen Meed General Tool Augustine on business connected with
Atlanta Oa., for an extended tav. Rev. Take Qrovo' future dredging operations-* the' '
Karmer. h** been In poor health fr>r The Hamfltona, who have bean most t- i rhea ; Great Display of 'White Kid and,
some time and hope. that a ...hanKe'm.y popular member of the Klsslmmne The Old etandard C.rovq's Taateleai The old -market across from theouth..rn !
+ be of benefit. Itev. n. B. Fall..11Io..uf.y winter colony during the past season chUl Tonic ie equally. valuable a. a Hotel has been torn down Canvas Shoes.
hi* pulpit at the Baptist Bethel. were honer guest at tea Wednesday and the lumber will be taken down the ? J
General Tonic because contain
it the
t; on Sunday afternoon for the afternoon at the Country Club, at -whichMrs. : river. < .... .......... .. -
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prevent, A. A.Simpson and Mrs. 'William L. well known tonic propertieaof ; Notice that a Fort Pierce paper said. ; -= : 7
J Dunne were hostesses. Mrs. L. A. Hamilton and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives that office seekers over here .started
Capt. :John Graham U8. A. spent and Miss Josephine are leaving oat Malaria. Enriches tbe Blood, and the .cotinU' division -movement. All of :
Tuesday and part ofV.dn."ay In the for Philadelphia fonder night. were which la not so. Officers seekers, knew Straw HatsMost
w. city', his mllon here being. the Inspection they will visit/ for a month, and a score Builds. up the W...oH 6ystml. 30 ceuta. nothing about It until after It was
of Company B for the government.While of their friends were Invited to sin of 1
+' l In KIsBlmmee Captain Graham: '..he cup that cheep while they wished. ---::-- -. =-- ''

,; waa ,&he recipient of much Attention. atM' them bon voyage. The other membersof .'. OO"O.'OOOOtOO..Ot..f.'tOOOO OOOOO..OO.O.OO+. complete variety, sizes, shapes'and '
the Hand of military officers and the famlly 'Mr., I*. A. Hamilton Mr. !
showed and )1 n. 1v' A. Hamilton and Mr. ''
armytofflcbr ill cour4esy. styles. U'p.t to-the Minute 'Goods Prices
e-enlal possible BasilHamilton will leave the early '.
part of the month for their home 1n "

Toronto. D.Grl Insurance A're Right.
l E. H. Krati, one of the leading contractor Wagner Agency2nd 1
of Tampa, was In the '-city )'
Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Xrats, SPECIAL SERVICE AT M. E. .
9" Ills. son, R. E. Krats. and Mr*. Chaa. y -
Kaden. Mr. Krats I.I prominently Identified CHURCH ON LAST SUNDA.Y
with the Masonic fraternity of Floor Citizens Bank Building '
Florida and came over to attend the H. C. STANFORD
exercises at the new Baptist Church Since the return Company B, of PHONE No 30. COMPANY
hw on that day. The party made the trio I' the National. Guards, everything has H
"? In Mr Krats' automobile, and report been done to voice- the appreciation of ;I,
', .the road from Tampa to .Klsslmroee to Kl.slmmee for her soldier boy and to
be In fairly good ..h.pe.R..v. ? ell pre.* to them the appreciation 1nwhich The Leading( General Insurance "Old Reliable Shoe. Dealer el 0ceoU. C.DiyIt ." '.
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they are held bv the eommunlty.Continulnlll' . 6i .
"David the event honoring the
r Lander of Avon Park
a Monday In the city on buslne boy, a special' service was, at ... .
Nelson pent and wa ao Impressed with the the Methodist Church last Sunday ev ....... -...... -...... --- .."., -Pal ... -ra, s .
and pleasure combined. Willie here hewaa ening.Th ,
't shown over the section by A. a large auditorium wa ablate Agency In -Osceola County )
'community that he will return later with the national emblem In an artistic = '

and make ome Investment. Rev. Lan arrangement whlrh'extended from . ,
t der wa h. Klsslmmeecome year* ago the rallnlg t oth* celling at the front .
and expressed himself aa befnjf agreeably and reached to the balcony In the ; ,
+a// surprised at the many improvements rear. The cent-r section of the seat WE REf RESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART 'of
noted at that time, saying that waR roped off with buntlne'and' flags
without doubt we had one of the prettiest for the-member of the company. Visit Oar '
and Tleaneet cltlejln the state.TimesUnion Special muslo wa arranged by the FORD, AND'ornER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE Library
choir and a*. the most fitting tribute to
:' The Orlando Reporter, s, the Band wasPresent .
CO.
.t1'h'ee COMPANIES ALSO THE NEW YORK LIFE
filar make. a strong protest against a and pe with. INSURANCE ,
t, nuisance that hn. been noted. wherever ." while the choir and congregation BOOKS RENTED
o there are good road, namely: vpeedlng.Giving : ; Joined In.Rev. AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, N
a specific Instancewhere speeders H. C Summers Wreathed a fine .
road struck and patriotic sermon and evidently voiced
on Klsslmmee
k, r Inlureif a car that had drawn up at the the sentiments of the listeners for he LIFE ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- IQc A WEEK
side and stopped, fearing the oncoming wa* frequently Interrupted by applause .
driver, the Reporter-Star declare that from the khaki boy*, and from BURGLARY PLATE CLASS ANDExplosive ,
uch conduct ought to. and the large crowd of cjtlsen which packed Fine Watch"and '
M"r, summitry. action taken wherever po.. every available seat except tthosereserved Jewelry. Repairing
"+ ble. The fact that the speeders' on the for the -comp any. These, ,.
road, near Kls.lmmee did not atop, or through a misunderstanding. It I* kald.were Insurance a Specialty.
even hesitate, after striking a standIng -. conspicuously empty. Only a few ,
''Car, I U argument enough that the of the'boy* appeared to represent their
driver: knew he wa* violating th. laws company. Otherwise the avent 'waR a .ALSO BONDS AND
: of the tat* county.. It may benewa grand success and reflected great LIABILITY. \ Dr., H. E. Colt.. Optossetrut will Uttfci .
:1u *
: drivers.1; but thereva.re credit upon the church the cholrf the ,

'1 apeed law referring to the country band and the entire congregation whoso IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY P'R, 0 T E C? ION , tunal l place b ibis e.taLl Jaae.t every Tuesday '
roads a* well a* to city streets and willingly dedicated one evening to .
r >eople who are In such a hurry a* to the! nation's eau. > to IU friends and
xvr : meet patients.
fli forget that other people have right The service closed by singing The" AGAINST LOSS IS k WISE PRECAUTION. _
;, loot not always ,get away. with. 'their, Star Spangled Banner." enthusiastically '
rendered the entire ,
- -by -assembly '
selashaes*. ; J.D. .
t '. I W. E. SANDEI SON & CO.

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PR DeWITT T., LIGHTSEY Succeaiora to .

' '"' OSTEOPATH: Phone No.'30 H.;. .0.- BROWN &: CO.

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THE', KlftSHMMEE VALL'E GA2TITE, FRIDAY.. APRIL 20, '1'17,. -


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CALOMEL: MERCURY IT SICKENS Increase Acreage.,. 10 CENT FOR"CASCARETS-LIVER->ND ,BOWELS '. '>,"1


I Cure .Sick Headache, Constipation, '

(for Foodstuff N CesaryCOmml..lone.or' Biliousness Sour Stomach Bad-

ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE Breath--Candy. Cathartic. ,


No odds how bad your liver stomach .

Agriculture :JIteflas or; bowels; how much your headaches jL

Co to told your reading correspondent' a telegram at Tallahasseeabout from SanFrancisco how miserable you are fromconstipation % '
, Here's guarantee- drugstore

"Bodsnts Urn Tan" Starts Your Urn! and tnjr get a 60 you
Better nil Calomel tod DoesitSillriti son's Liver and If Tone.it doesn't lake straighten a spoonful you tonight beans.steamer This and cargo filled ItO came cars on destined a Japanese for. relief with/ 'Cascarets. They Immediately .

points In the eastern state The lot cleanse and regulate the stomach
feel fine andvigorous
or Mail YM Sick. right up and' make ;you had: a value of over a million dollars.Now . remove the sour'rmenting- ; food '
i 1 to
want
by morning you go
what do you think of that Extra
1 back to the store and get your mo,4')'. Deans and peas grow In Florida. and and foul eases; take the excess' bile 'j

mei i Take 'sickeiing Uodson's. Liver Tone is deMroylng the other states of the south. .We Americans from the liver and carry off the con :
Listen to no more
bout of being able to the
supply stipated waste matter and poison
calomel when biliou or ale of calomel because It is salivating world with everything and yet we
are
'' from the intestines and bowels. A
constipated.) Don't lose a day's work I't t medicine entirely vegetable! therefore,It ending off to the Oremt for food. Notlong ?
salivate make sirk. ago two million frosen eggs 10-cent box from your druggistwill
Calomel Is or Quicksilver! can not or you
mercury j' reached New York from China. The liver and bowels clean iJ-iJWeigh
k which causes necrosis of the bones.Calomel I guarantee that one spoonful of lod.linn' and Industrious Chinese and patient keep your 1
stomach "sweet and head clear for
t when it comes into contact Liver Tone will put ;your sluggish/ Japanese are now making big money.
with our bile crashes Into it, breaking liver to Work. and rli'iin >our hn\\'ol. of ending us stuff to eat and wear and months They work while you sleep:;

4' It up. This' is when'jou; feel tlist, awful that WHIT ,I'll* and oormliputi-O. u...towhich ending This sort It to of us thing on their ought own to.set boats us to .j

nausea and cramping. If you are *lug*< is doming/ Jmir' vslem and muk- thinking said Commissioner McRae. will lou that MlcbeUd.
,pish and ",II knocked out," if your |lug YOU feel iniwralilc, I trnantntou that and every loyal ..ltI.e",. who has a pioiof Florida Goo' Roads Association A NY user you remarkable ,
liver I. torpid and bowels C'OnatlpAt! l H bottle; of I'II-HIII'H| ""'C'r 'J'o..e11\ ground about his premises availablefor I M. .i. Universal give mile'J.,
the purpose should see that It pro i .g*. Why? Because these
or you- have headache, dirrineHu: coated keep your entire family fmlmft lino for duces some. .article of food to help counterbalance tires contain more quality rubber sod ::
tongue.. if breath is bad or rUifoach. sour niontliH., Give it to 'our children., It lharmless . the shortage that Is sure. to The Twentieth Annual Convention. of .

just take a spoonful of liarmli'im' D <1on ; doenn't gripe and they Ilk* fLit. confront ua when present outsidecouro's the Florida State Good Roads Association fabric. '4
of supply has been cut. off .or
> Liver Tone on my guarantee. plenHant taste. limited .was held In Tallahassee. on April Pro;". this by having us weigh a
'
.,:;., In line with this suggestion, the legIslature 11th and lZth. Mlchelln in comparison with other 7

ha...passed. a resolution appeal For years the Association' hns made noo-aklda. You will find the MicbeliD4' ,
Ing to the of Florida to Increasethe '
acreage .01'1. crops' all along the I It's principal business the establishment Irom,U to IS*heavierbaa avenge. :
of State Road
a Department for
line nod conserve the food supply of Florida. and In this It tins ..u..c..dedwond..rully You owe it to yourself to give these J
Cloud the state so as to become elfeustalnand well for the Road Department high-quality, moderate-priced tire ,"
St.
1 Department : and not only that but be able la .it
now recognized as a substantial sIr1.l l
.
I t ofurnlsh our quota of the surplusneoessnry asset'to the state. ,
fro military purposes and It'. offices the second floor

., OWN of to our sustain population the non-producing In time of ,war.AN element, of posite a substantial the Leon occupy Hotel building and directly Is a placeof op I W: B MAKINSON CO. j
FROM
f. NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER.CITY". .OUR decided activity. Htate and county .
I APPEAL FOR IIOMH THRIFT maps, showing the official location and ,
SPECIAL, CORRESPONDENT. AND PREPAHKDWEJSS condition of road. have beenwOrked.
,oj UP. Information as to road materials -
;. L I and road necessities gleaned until now ,Kissimmee Fla.
r By W A. McRae, Commissioner of Agriculture there is hardly a question one can ,

The Pennsylvania. Association met on', Rt. Cloud Hotel. left on Wednesday to ask about roads' without getting I a full '
I Thursday last at X p. m" In the. Masonlo peiid a few days at Tampa, returninghere and sufficient answer, Commissioner . '" '
_1 1. Hall after a short business. .sesslon on Saturday This country I* now ,Involved' In the Win. F. Cock. Is in charge of this work '-, '

i . the following program: was car- 1>11'. B. N. Albertson who ha. been world' greatest and most appalling and has as principal assistants 141.. Cf
rlt d out. spending the winter. here with nilbrother. I'. Clarkson, who Is the Chief ClerkIn
< war. Jit Is no time for apathy, Indifference -
2 :Mrs. Hoovergave a poem.Ilecltatlon I. N. Albertson on Maryland the department and Mr. H K. :
'
by A. Ioherlyt ; left last week for Seattle and Insensibility. Th. war will Anschuta. draftsman of great ability
a Itecltatlon by.Myron HIH Wash.Hnue. .:: .- i teat jus to the utmost. It will call men who" has charge of all the map making i reltJb.Cool..,.--11peJ...M ,.RJ 1_T...

Duet on the violins by Messrs. H..n.. Mr 2.13arager and Mrs' Sarah Mainy from the farms where'they' 'are sorely The Mr. F.commissionItaelf O Miller commissioner i* composed from..the of ......w .. __ ,w __ .. ....,..,.
secon -
di rIz and Andrlst. forn(-or" nave a <
memberswere > were united In marriage at I p m., needed Our army and navy, and the state at-larr.l! Mr. J. P. Miller of Marl :
l number. .Two new of ,
home the
the non-producing
Arijourneu tomeet on Wrdmsday April 18th at vast po-pulatlon anna. ,Who represents. West FI..rld'lCapL : ;
added to the association.
b. fed. The food
Delaware cities
shortageIn
of bridegroom.. avenueand must
W. J. Hlllman of Live Oak,. Mr.
second Thursday In May Twelfth street.: The ceremony was the countries we have joined In war '
I M. M. Smith 'of Orlando, and Mr. Ed. .
.
.. .
performed by Hev. Kenney and after Is alarming. We must help to support Scott Of Arcadia. .,
Mrs. N. A. drove left ont \\Vdnemlavfor dainty refreshment, all took their way them and maintain ourselves. These men deserve the hearty thank nlnl' side will be that which can for the-
Ohio and Nebraska. and will visit homeward wishing the happy couple along W* cannot do this unless there I* South's ..
and loyal .upport of every'automobile cloth It
and arm
: longest time feed
here. life.Mr marked Increase In of
In California before returning and prosperous our production owner In the state, for they have given I Patriotic Duty I ISpecial ies.
Club met Friday aft. has accepted position food stuffs Lean harvest last year
L' The 1'rlscllla on Harry Ooss a of their time and money enthusiastically I- '
ernon at the home of Mrs\ Heiste Dan as clerk, In AO.. Durham'. "a..l.ety caused a shortage: In the reserves Of unselfishly always being readyto i The governor went ono say that thebollweevil
lois with Mrs. Josephine loll ... assistant store. wheat Is and In bad the past condition.winter Theusual wheat put their shoulders I to the wheeland Correspondence waa'on .his way to North
hostess. ,* the meeting was open- crop Commissioner Cocke get the ( Manufacturers
-I help ; Carolina The In the world to
supply of canned goods I I. short Thereare only way
singing Sweet Hour of Prayer Good Heads out of the mud and Record)
I. p-d by A banquet was given on Thursday wagon
by Mrs Northrop: fewer beef animal. In the country its ihe of Perfect I ai.ver fight him la with broad fields of grain.. .
followed by Mrs. Bardwell Mrs.Ooodhue on way again to goat
: the llth Inst. by
; There I already -
or.t ; than
twenty *
.. the years ago.
session ( Tkessa W. Blekett ef IVerth
After a Miss Compton and Mr. Car- In American cities. Koads and grasses snd beans and clover; th.tthe
time was pleasantly spent In sewing mack to the following gentlemen of hunger States And'even with their help It has not< ( .rollm"Tfce state prison has Just sold. Its peanut
Investigations the United
', and conversation. and after dainty the colony to-wlt-: by been easy riding for there are still lulled' Mate !. already peach- crop. at $1.76 per bushel', and that the'mai ,
served the club adjourned department of agriculture discloses astounding rally !. the of sill ....
refreshments were : many lumpy 'spot over which the greatest warn who today talks about peanuts Is '
of New York Mr.Bardwell facts It Is shown that .
In two week nev. c. C. Wilson ._. to meet again Good Hoad Wagon will need help and > .rly 1 SM say not a 'peanut politician" but a states
tea. was given by the lad. of St. Cloud. Mr. Compton of twelve states of the South In which to furnish this help Is the aim of .f ......... .. this ..b Je..t .. .lyt.I..1 man. the vegetable world must precede (
.A Japanese
New >Mr.'armark > cotton taa staple, buy million and a I
Tork
Illinois' Mr. a e-Jl tb. heat. .. fer .. .
Florida State flood Road AssocUatlon deollay .
I.. of the auxiliary at the home of Mr : N'VorY. Illinois ; dollars of food Ihe the animal -and before we can 1
< of Mr. Smith of third of worth croon
Massachusetts avenue Tea, during the. coming year. ha. shrackta. .sa wb. .. .. 5Csstard have livestock we must have. the food J
r Jaque on Mr. Boring of Kansas and Mr. from the North. In hay corn meat. feels that It.must a5d "e w... dmabts-I. .-.....11* kt
wafers were served by the ladles InJapanese So the organization: fur them. 1C we are to hogs wemust ,
sin necessarle which iniarga
of Indiana at the charmIng butter and other .h.
costume and a goodly .um Van Ueuaen get two thousand more member allover It Is the. patriotic .dstty .f the benr. t andSirs. be at home
taken In, which the ladle will ue InK and Uardwell hospitable on the home lake f of nt'r. Florida'.part. total can In produced purchases Is put at the legislation state right will quick so through that. yenr.pr....,.>The nil we knttl.llne ean .. fed vrnjUs supplies.. tkls the. who first feed himself cannot of raise
pending fro tieS much cotton Every pound meat
4 good cause
4nner had been. so 181.000.000. This means that we send bread. line, nnd kel. In tklspsrtlenlar. ''
After the man quickly and help the state road department we enn the farmer produce put. upjhe priceof \
been
Mr. and Mrs. Adams. who have more than $811 for each 'man.
supplied by the elegant repast away aid for state road In ." .
bountifully ( get state cotton because It makes him the
pending.. the winter here. left on Mon. furnished by the said ladle and woman and. child. In the state ourselvesas to .buy which case-the United State Government Ur. Bmtlferd Kmmmm, chief. .. the fasnaers master of his crops. In conclusion. he
day to spend a week In Jacksonvillend usual Interesting telling, food. Had we lived within UncipSam's > ee-.p.r.hive deaaenalratlen "
the story will get busy and extend .1' declared that he had dedicated the
then on to their home. at Worcester. which always follow .such occasions' we should have done what a vast long arm which has a wonderful In the ....... J JThe four years. of his term of service to ;
Mass. the following resolutions were tiered sum could have been added to depositsIn effect In aiding road building In the mil Is Mr-rent fer isasseelate ..- the upbuilding of rural North Carolina.
Mrs. Lenora DeOroot who has been and unanimously adopted: our banks Instead of those In Chicago ties .. the put .. the. people .1 the 'and to focus the thought of the state
endlng| the. winter here, left on"Mon- Resolved that words fall us to express and New. York wher single. : banks This.t organization stand for Oood United fttntee t.'Increase. ..* .. een- on this vital matter. '
day to pend some time at. Daytona.Mr. .-' our-full appreciation of the boun.teous have more money than In the 260 banksof Roads anywhere In the state. It boostsno serve the- feel .ns>a ly. This. !. net enly Mr.' 1*' I. Uulon. the secretary of the
and Mrs. Malone. who have been Florida combined. ... f.... safety sad '
section but help nkoelnlely neeesssry S-
repast and fco beautifully served particular any federal farm land bank at Columbia J
pleasantly. located at the Arrowood. I by the I idle*. All the surplus meat and grain of feedour theWest section that feels It deserve It-and welfare e-f the ....le off Nertk C'nre. *. C., said In order to assure the future
: left: Wednesday to visit Daytona and will be needed this year to not It.. tkenaeelven. ... n patriotic .duty ns ,I
I Resolved that a copy Of thIs be sent and of what section doe prosperity of the United States It ,
feed those
Jacksonville before returning. to their to Miss\ Jennie Bardwell of New York army whose help and children our The F. S. a R A. ha. no axe to grindall 5 ..Ur .( national. defense nt this necessary to change It from a nation of _
home. at. Montana. who absence was so much regretted by allies: and In women mournlnrt for their dead.Prices arehungry It want Is Oood. PermanentRoads tltal*. fer lbs. nation snnat lax>k. he the5.uth renters. to one,of landholders, and that --:
.
Mr. Myron V. Barber who hat nailed all present.With In the everywhere, and that 4a what It for nay nsldemhl. Increase In co-operation I* *o absolutely; essential
pleasant winter In our midst, left. wl.b' will be Insufferably high In the Its teed ....ly." .
for
st the hope and that divine with I Is fighting every day; year. that the federal bank will lend no
0 'Maturday. for his home In Minnesota.Mr providence In his goodness might spare South this year, If ,.w* .do not act Uet In with the. other and. "do yourbit. I money unless at least ten men are willing ,
'"- Van Dusen, a guest at the on'l promptness. Wilmington N. C. April S. ..4tN
us all to again meet here In fit. Cloud, Florida I* an agricultural state and to unit .and form an association. '
A the millionaire says "Every little He declared It his belief that these- '
the banquet was broken up. yet we are not feeding ourselves and The North Carolina Livestock Exposition -
"' the. from whence w:. have been million helps." so rest assured that and Conference, held here last banks will rebuild. the South. In ten "
oure "''
IIIIINGLE'CREEK ITEMS getting supplies can. send us. little or your m.mb"rllhlfJ help get others Wednesday and Thursday, was the first )'..1''.' ''''/'': ,
,. TilE STABS AND STRIPK9Tlie this Instances' .In multiplied and .w.\.1 get good roads, thing of the kind ever attempted In The final address of the conventionwas
> : none number can year be given a*. to what !we The F. 8. O. A. officers elected at Southeastern North Carolina and It by Mr. O. Herbert Smith who an-* '
Stars. and Stripes for freedom C. O': Newland was a business caller do In this bountifully favored state. Tallahaasee_ for the' coming year areas was a conspicuous success. nbunced that Wilmington taking the
stand i In Klsslmmee }Friday.' + can Let cite what the boys and girl are fallows: The extreme eastern fringe of the lead In North Carolina In this line of' 1
It Is a strong protecting. hand! Beech am 8ten>e Is spending sometime doing.me In 1911 the 460 boy of thecorn President, Henry 0.AIrd, JacksonVicepresident. state has been so completely under the effort will soon have In operation twopackinghouses. ''
Those wbo are born beneath Its,fold i here visiting his parent club In 41 counties made an average .lIle.. blight of the cattle tick due entirelyto Work, Is well ad*
A heritage have, worth. more than Grady Cromartle: was a business call of 41 bushel of corn to the acre, Joe finely, Madison. Ignorance and Indifference, since Its vanoed on the plant of the Carolina
gold. er to Orlando Saturday. or three time the average produced by Secretary, R. T. Arnold, Jackson- extirpation Is so easy, that many people Packing Co. and the Cap. Fear PackIng ;-
,
.lohn Thomas ,spent the weekendwith their father In SS counties 74S girlsIn YI have despaired of seeing the eastern .- Co. will complete Its plant by
:EaCh star a' state .does. represent.. his brother Mos. Thomas, at canning club made an average Treasurer; .. J. P. Clarkson TallahaaChalrmanBoard -i region made a cattle-producing autumn. The latter company ha*>
Kach stripe of red. brave live. were Got ha tot S14SS In vegetable on each ..... I section. The failure of the legislatureto bought tOO acre of land with a frontage ..
spent. The stork paid a 'visit to the home of of proS their tenth. of an acre, or an average of Governors, r r. JTtrNvnton I boldly solve the question enacting of over two miles on the Cape Fear iIUver.
Each!: stripe of white, its emblem peace. Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Bronion, leavinga of f 160 profit to the ....1'.. Th. tenhighest Gainesville. I II a atate-wlde stock law 1:1'largely He.favored competitive plants ,
The staff itandi firm then. war does fine. baby girl contestants m..d..n average. I Executive Committee! responsible' and then too certain and declared. that the meat-raising Industry .'
,' cease. ,,. '. ',t f' ." i,;S!:",jo./t\j' 1 Mrs. Ueorge Dronaon, who was calledto profit of 110060 each and the average. Judge H. B. Phillips Jacksonville.Major Cheap politicians: have iostered the opposition cannot be profitable unless there ,
,
( 'If.' 'I Halnes City by the serious accidentof of vegetable for each girl was A. B. Small Lake City. to the stock law and have thus are markets for the livestock! and that. .'
Men. void of fear took a firm stand her sister. there, has returned. yield : The total number of can Hon. Frank A. Wood, 8U Pet."Bburg, encouraged backwardness he was earnest In hi. desire for Wllm-r ..
When they did free their natlye land. The usual attendance. was present at 3,501 pound 1TS.S64. and the officers of the ......oelaUoII.'J"h. A result has been that the region of Ington to be made the chief livestock. "
Principle to them was' more than gold: !Sunday school Sunday.Mr. ,put Let up was that all kInd. of vegetables Executive Committeechaoses' the state with the mildest climate has. market In .Nor,.. Carolina.
What they had wrought was theirsto and Mrs. K, H. Lyner went to me and urge fruit be conserved. this eleven. more men throughout the Mate had the terrible handicap of the "tlcky" FflKD A. OLDS. :.
mould. Tampa Monday, where Mrs. Lyner'will year Preserve any surplus, however to serve with Dr. Benton a* the i.uardadopted cattle and 'rasorback" hogs, and -none ,
nti-r a hospital for treatment small for later use. Waste nothing.Let of governor* 0(' the counties without the stock lawrantrs IF YOUR CHILD IS CROSS
:An army came. across the sea Mrs. Vida Yates has returned from commercial bodieS, banks and merchants 1 he aasocltalon "000.1 Hnnds as a progreaslve. ,
t. So ... to enforce the decree; extendedlslt to relatives In Klaslmmee offer In their counties togirl. In'' Florida" as the official organ and The convention adopted unanimously FEVERISH. CONSTIPATEDLook .,
Washington refused their demand. her daughters, Mrs.\ Will Knight to prizes the canning habit. made arrangements with the. publish. resolutions presented by Herbert SmltTi
Then conquered them on every hand .of Okeechohee and Mr*. Mollle 'ua... Parent encourage who want Information about er so that the one. dollar membership of Wilmington who will next September Mother! If tongue Is coated. .
accompanied her and club should writ teem the Association would entitle the put In operation the first meat cleanse little bowels with "Cali
pig
boys'
corn
When e'er. the Stars. and Stripe you The Hl.lngle Creekers who spent Raturdav Prof. C. K. Gainesville., member to- a years subscription to the packing house in North Carolina l ;:
to McQuarr\ .
sie In Klsslmmee were.: ,C. A. Oar- club to Miss magaslne... which Is a monthly devoted which will make the conference and fornia Syrup of Fifs. ,
In foreign climes or on th*'nea, I rctt. J. II.. Joiner. K, A, Babb. U N. Nel- or Agnes about Ellen girls'Harris canning, Tallahassee.For aj it's name Implies, to the furtherance exposition ai permanent yearly event; Mothers can rest easy-after giving> .
t protection for you there will be. kirk and 'Art Bronaon. our State's good and. the nation's of roads everywhere In the stale hall Join forces with other organisa "California Syrup of Figs," because in. 7
It stands out clear for liberty. have Lock and family of Boggy do their Every autolat In the state Is urgedto tions in the same line of effort; labor
Creek visited at the I. I.'. Lyson home a : best this good let, and our they farmers will do a sound join the state organization, and Is diligently to eradicate the. cattle,, tick; a.few hours all the clogged-up waste. :'!
Peace with honor It wlU uphold.Humane of week. year: his membership fee tone bile and food
portion this i service I In the patriotic -duty before asked to send diversify r.brted.J'tn thelviestock sour fermenting gently

Should all efforts treatment to that for young end fll.With and. old them of helping to feed the nation dollar to Secretary Treasurer Arnold Clarksxn at Jftftoscnvllle In Industry, the moves out"of the bowels, and you>> J 3'
or to to culltvstlon of the vast
..nnsHll'America END=" STOMACH TROUBLE. ...' opening areasof have a well playful child again.. _
sword and gun we will Tallahassee He will be furnished lb Idle land In the eastern section of )
GASES OR DYSPEPSIA Frank Bushnell of Tampa, was a visitor proper. membership card and with frequent the. state. along the lines now being followed Sick children needn't be coaxed to.
has always won. to Klsslmmee. this week a guest at Information of Interest 10ood I, In Florida and deorgla. take this harmless "fruit laxative."

If Although a I nation our all war rights she : r.r.to shun. I i "Pape'tf. Diapcpain" makes Sick, Sour, the. Qraystone Road enthusiasts. from The the display eastern of section livestock: was nearly highly all Millions of mothers keep it handy be.- .J'

.t Our war, cry, "freedom will avail. Gassy Stomachs surely feel fine oooooooooooooooo..oooooooo oooo ooooooooooo ooo creditable, and consisted of cattle and cause they know Its 'action on the-

C DOUUI..AH} 'W1KK in five minutes. swine" of the best breeds, there beingno stomach liver and bowels is promptand .
...
ArlIngton and Oreenmount A" ,
'I. effort to Include sheep and poultry. SAsk
iUHImore. --- sure.
Md.STOMnCH. j If what you just ate Is souring on War? the Mr Wilmington W. W. Jacob Chamber, the of president Commerce of your druggist for a 6 ?cent" "

your stomach or lies like a lump of Are You Doing "Your'Bit" in This Great presided .at the opening, and a featurewas bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,"

Ailments% I lead, refusing to digest or you belch the forceful address of Mr. Clement which contains directions for babies,

and eructate undigested B ticker of Baltimore, the vice children of all ages and for ,
(gas sour, president of the Southern Settlementand grown.

Tine Nation's Curse food or have a feeling of dizziness, If NotGet A GARDEN | Developmnet Organisation. ups. .
Busy-pLANT .
heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste Other speakers were Stats Commissioner
in mouth and stomach-headache, you of Agriculture William A. Qra.. Our new city Jail Is now completed.and '.
ham. who said the state's corn production
this fact Is greatly appreciated by '.,
can get blessed relief in five minutes. Here' Our Offer tof Help You and at the Same Time "D<* had almost doubled In the past ten. Marshal Overstreet, who has been very ,
Put an end to stomach trouble foreverby years, and that real prosperity impossible much handicapped In the matter of"keeping :
getting large fifty-cent ease ofPape' until North Carolina. producesall track of prisoners In the paston
T-thL( Diapepsin from any drug tore. Our Bit. We Will Sell Until May tat It. food supply.dp.ri.r.l the account of poor quarters The- .4'
state agricultural the
structure Is one story of brick substantially "1
You realize in five minutes how need highest authorities agreed. that In three built. and has six .teel cells,
L\T\ ti less it is to suffer from indigestion, $1.50 Worth of Seeds for $ leOO, the boll-weevil will enter North Is Caroline and I* located on Rubr..treet.. near the 1

dyspepsia or .stomach disorder. U and that the prospect startlingb.oause municipal .. water
any so many farmer are by no plant. a !i
It is the quickest, surest stomach doctor .. -. mean prepared for this event-and yet i
in the world. It's wonderful. ..- ONE DOZENVARIETIES 'I the' weevil must be dealt with as a paramount I
factor In the state's agrlcul-1 WHAT IS ';
J JLAXFOS
. U tural status In. order to eliminate panic. '
POLL OF CONGRESS SHOWS 1 Pint Early. Snap "Bunch 1 pkr. Curled Mustard------ when It The only way of escape -
ilyr il\.. STAND Beans'-. ____......--w___$ .10 1 pkg. EarlyWhite Bunch Is In appears.diversified farming and far

.. ON "SELECTIVE"CONSCRIPTION > 1 Pint Bush or Pole .Butter ,? Squash ....; ...._.f __..._-_._ ,05 more livestock, particularly In the east
... PLAN NOW Bean _. ...._,.__-_--___ ,15 P. Early T urn I .. _-_ .05 where condition. are favorable and ri- :1
-
.. Wonabr/af feme/* 1: Pint Sugar Corn____....._ ,S5 "' suits sure to be very profitable. :
% 1 PkE' M..rtln' 'F..orlt.I Dr. F. C. Owen of the United States

,L iQmickfy. K*,tan. A poll of the senate; ; and the house Vftfu o'.to !l..0.r..10 'Okra; ..' _____...___.----.- .05([ agricultural department, declared"lt .
.
There is no ailment causing more Of repre.*ntatlyea by New York World I -- -.--- ---; R-;:;: 1 I--. Extra Early B..t...: .01 his address that hog cholera Is ; UX-f OS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA :" I II
reporters last weCkIndicated that a 1 p1<*. Lon* or Round controlled, and that no section can surpass -
-. '*voe and misery than Stomach majority of the members of both Ish .. ...__....._.:.._...-._ .05 1 Quart Onion Seta ........ ..25I this. for hog-raising, but this cannot A piQEsYlvE LAXATIVE .f
.r !Trouble. Often Gall Stones Cancer houses will support the. "selective pkg. Long Green Cucumbers \ be done with the "open range" for

h end Ulcers of the Sjtomach and Intestines. draft" feature which practicallyamounte ... _..._._.........._ .05 animals Mr.' L. A. Nlven said the CATHARTIC AM UYCT TONIC .
to conscription! favored by Houth must make Itself "th. smokehouse ...

-: Constipation, Acute Indigestion the government; for" Increoalng thearmy Tot.I.. ....__.....,.....,-.,-.....,-..." ....-..._ ._......___..__.._$1.10 of the nation" Lxx-Fos Is not .&Secret or Patent MedU .
Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice for emergency war purpoae I The most Impressive. of all the talk. cine but I. composed: of the following
A substantial percentage of both ENTIltB COLLECTIOIJ$1.eO were those of Dr. Bradford Knapp' of old-fashioned *
and herbs .
: Appendicitis and other serious senators and representatives however the United State department of agriculture roots : ...t.

and fatal ailments result from it. appear to be undecided a* to theIr, Our Seeds are grown especially. for the South. and our FREE! CATALOGUE and Governor Thomas W. OA3OARA BARK ,

st: Thousands of Stomach Sufferers' owe final revche'action a vote.when' the proposition'1 will give you detailed Information on planting' and any other ; farming ntckett. 'and Dr.the Knapp food problem'In discussed 117 safe, BLUE FLAG ROOT ..... ;

,- their complete recovery to, Mayr's Illreet Qtses .- I Information desired w* will be pteased to furnish upon request. Per. and said that safe farming; must certainly RHUBARB ROOT' ""'-.

Wonderful Remedy It Is unlike any Ihe Question -r': senators and hap w* .can help you' out with your. garden be adopted for this. year's operations
'...ent.Uve. Imminence of HL.ACKROOT
,
wo* t..t.-
rep .
t other remedy. It sweeps the poisonous . 1)<. you favor or oppose. n"c..lp..1 t 'Garden. field and Flewe ...... ....itn"""Supplies, nnd Remedies liny war.: r- "e"n"gn.r; one-crop system -
.. tion 7"Of unfortunately so common In the MAVAPPLEROOT
bile and catarrhal accretions from .. ; { ''ff
reed. .
the. .< Grain .e..1'80 fatal and warned
44
senators, r pllo1 In the f South as to-progress SENNA LEAVES
the system. Soothes and allays affirmative. S In i farmer against devoting principal attention
the negative 24 declined : Seed Pr.pt .Bklpsaent ml .VelvetBeans
f. Farm and Field .
11..1'8
Chronic: "Inflammation. Many declare to eommlt themselves, and SO ". and effort this year to AND'PEPSIN
Pen p_..... ...& t.t weekly .Hee It... : tfo"thenr.t '
were absent. Cw *. ete. Congressman John H. Small
.it. has saved their lives .
and "
prevented Of the 4SI member of the iowu' .. North Carolina district was In the' lflL&.Z-POatheCAaC.sIaIilnaproye4 bribe .
.serious surgical operations.. Try one house, 1S8 declared themselves to be. chair-when. Governor Blekett spoke and addition of these digestive ingredf
dose today. Watch its marvelous re. In favor of conscriptIon; III against tt, : In the audience were farmers. and business cuts making it better than ordinary CAiJ5MCUBA
184 non-committal or doubtful. 17 ab men of a score of counties The
CO. and tans the
Contains no alcohol-no habit" sent. Including four vacancies. The E. A. MARTIN SEED RQ..rnor'd.el..red the time demandedthe combination acts not

:forming drug*..Book,on Stomach Ail recapitulation the poll ,of the 'Ill highestefforta the people can tuft only as a stimulatIng laxative and cathar -'
4 ; membership both house show as forth; that war, I* at hand; that "bls- tic but also .. a digestive and liver tonic '
.-. menta FREE. Adress Geo. JL Mayr follow: .' cuit.*> settle more battle than bullets:". Syrup laxative.
Wtg. Chemist, Chicago., Better :yet- For conscription.. IIS. .. rnOMBa-Bell *TI'.t.. M-S34M t that the people of the next. generation combine arc weak, bat Xue-Fo*
Against conscription. .,: j I are actually In danger of being stunted strength with palatable, aromatic --
obtain bottle of Wonderful
Mayr's Non-committal or doubtful J10.Absent .. because of being underfed taste and does not
Bay and Newnan Sis. JACKSONVILLt( : Fl A. i ; that the gripe or disturb- '
,- Remedy from'J.' Z. Roberaon. or anyreliable and vacancies, 47.Congressman world conflict. In which this country la the stomach. One bottle will : :
-druffffist ,who will refund ( Hears .'and -Senator how on tbe'point of engaging will not LAJt-Pos Is Invaluable prove ',
Fletcher were recorded-... "noncom.mlttal .. be decided by military genius or bravery foe Constipation.

...... /par money..if .it fail*. doubtful.! ") no tb. battlefield, but that the win- .1 I Indigestion or Tos-pidUver, blce 5OcA, -..

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t: 'THE-KISStMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1917 SEVEN

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.3 NAVY MEKD 8 III nKAVOHTSMKN Public 'p ronally appeared. Vf. ; 'T.MAKINSON. .RICRIPF'B SALE t..o .o. .<>..o..o.*... ). .v .t..O.O..ooo.*>, .
piiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiif! ( ---'-- W. H. MAKINS<1N' M. ACMAK1NSON r
and W. B. CRAWFoRD to Notice 'I* hereby given that by and
The need of Ine navy1 4t'partm.nt' me known to be the persons describedin under virtue of that certain Writ of
:1 Good Fertilizer .hlp draughtsmen Is not leas urgent and who executed the foregoing In. Kxecutlon: ; luulnc out.> of and under Atlantic Coast Line ,
mH than for Millions of the I
that mechanics. ttrumont acknowledged execution seal of the civil Court of Record In '
, dollars are available for nw construction thereof to be their free act and
and for Uuval Florida. '
'
Good Value gs work but all by the the ship, building la deed for the uses and purposes therein date the llth County day of February bearing, A. D. Standard Railroad, of the''o"tk,
undertaken .
. retarded by .. ..ov.rnr.n' IN tlOWr'NIDSIVHIDRP.oF' 1 have 1 17. Issued In that certain-cause thereIs
.4; = For fti rears Armour 61% = draughtsmen. hereunto ser. my. hand and affixed my pending wherein. St. James Realtyaod '
Kxamlnatlons for these position* seal this the day and year above written Department Store Company, a corporation East Through Tourists Trains
Blood & Bone
:.d' =3 Tankage has =3Es position have been announceComattars trading a* Cohen Brother I* ?
.if. = eonslltenLl'bE'enamongthe.I E=3f '.. will not be requiredto report (Seal) M. W. 8ARQHNT.Notary plaintiff and Urayatone Hotel Company v

".I: =.' economical and eatisf f= be for rated examination on the at following any place, subjects but will, ,. Public State of Florida. ,levied a corporation upon and will I* sell defendant to,satisfy Ihave TO'mE' EAST"New : TO THE WEST

', r=3 factorYno-potuhfertilizen": =3 which will have the relative weight My Commission Expires April 1, ,1510. said execution, at public outcry, at .

== offered. Especially: la this E5s Indicated, on a *cal. of 100: (1) Kduosxtlon the east door of the Court House In York & Honda. Special" "S ...oIe LbaiI"--:"
. =s tmerlghtnow. You get 6|%" E and preliminary training, 40; (I) IN CIRCUIT (fODRT STATH OFvesitli Oaceola County Klsslmmee Florida. on ,

, ;=a ammonia from blood ands .= experience these position, 8ft. range Th. salaries from 1104 paid to for M FLORIDA within Monday the the legal 7th day hours of May of sale A.,V.to 117.the 'Fla.. & West ladia Limited" "[Tte'Soathhl.d""C.ast .

.. =s 15\% phosphoric acid from rzj = per diem. Vacancies' exist. In practically highest and best bidder for cash the Lbe Florida. Mail" "Dixie LimiUd"
==j steamed bone at several s=- all 'of the naval establishmentsIn .. J.*le .l Clrvil. Os... C_BM following described personal property
s=s dollar per ton leas than the = this country, tr-I. (...........F aa the propertypf. the said Uraystone "Palmetto Limited". ""Dixie Flyer"
,' Will you bs so kind as to call this Hotel Company to-wIt
= .same foods from these sour3=; matter to the attention orall draughts Clara B. Clark by Thomas N. Clark 1 large engine No. Still. "St. Louis-Jacksonville Expreu"Ste.I
f= eel would cost separately. 'E5 men In. your vicinity. The commission her next friend and husband. Complainant 1 small engine No. 1SS1IS.
I r Is niaklnic a direct and personal appealto v*, George S. Mlllard and 1 dynamo .
the patriotism of the. draughtsmenof bolsle L. Millard.. his wife, and Joseph 1'lance'' motor connecting for enclne. Sleepier Can.T.... to'Washington,
this country, .. at this time the Costello and Kittle B. Costello 1 small motor connecting for engine.L. .
'j'; ,/fmtous* needs. of t: country. absolutely. demand hie wife; Respondent II. JNUUAM. Philadelphia. and. New,York. From Jacksonville to Chicago St. Louis,,

their service. .......:: Sheriff Osceola County 'lorlda.'
. Information In, regard to these By ROBERT CAM I'BULL, Louisville: Cincinnati, Indianapolis,' devetaad ..eI Grand Rapids.
Blood & Bone ., bs well as the application It ...pp.lnllhy affidavit appended Deputy Sheriff
.blanks, may be obtained from the un to the bill filed In the above-stated FRim M. VALZ.Attorney Observation Cars-Dining C.rs.
./. # dersigned.. cause that Oeortre S. Mlllard and Del- for l'lalntUr. II -It
ftaapectftillyj Sic L Mlllard, his wife, and JosephCostello .
Tankage A, a. W.\TKON'. and Kittle DC..stello. his For reserratioas apply to
Local Secretary the defendants therein named,
wife NOTICE! T'U ('uNbITOH"" FIlITOT J. G. KIRKLANDDivisioii
A. W.
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TampaFla. of the etnts of
non-rrsldents
,, are ,
I F.in..I.le :: ::...,.
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'4 -=s Under present conditions == ida, and L. that Millard George are 8. resident Mlllard of I. Court of the (......,. J.dae, Ome.laCosialy Passenger Agent Division Passenger Agent

3 1 s=s this material is, we believe. = ADVERTISED.LETTERS. ITnlontown State of Pennsylvania, and lit.... .f Klerida. 138 W. Bay St. Jacksonville HiDsboro Hotel Tampa
'ii = the best and most economis = that Joseph-Costello and Kittle H Costello -
=s ,cal AmmoniaPhoephorie == Following Is the list of uncalled for are resident of Alto 'State of I. re Kiitate ef Jaaea M,'. Lilly
s=a Acid fertilizer olTercd.. It Isr = letters remaining In ,the postofflce at Texas one teach It over I I. therefore the age ordered of twenty-that . ... .... . ... . . . . .. .. .... .
.; '- KlsMlmm, Florida, for the two weeks year; To all Creditor. legates. Dlatrlbuteus
well suited to all it = Raid non-resident defendants be and
=3 crops; ending; April 80. 1817: end all Persons having Claim or
they are hereby required to appear to
JS famishes every thingexcepts = Mrs, C..rrl. ....'phlnet. Adklnson Fish the bill of complaint' Sled In said. cause Demands against said Estate:
= patssh. It is a standard = Co., Mrs. Nile Baum Mrs. R. A. Bush nn or before \{ Tth day of Toil and each of you, are hereby notified .
= material of PROVED crop. .= Hattie! Cremona, Ike 'liaison, Miss Kildntt May. A. 1>. otherwise th. allegations to resent, any claims and demands
= than = Floyd Robert lrowls, Mrs. MattleOraham. of said 11I17\\ will be taken a* confessed which you, or either of "you, may
3 making ability; more 'W. L. Hayes, Mrs. Peggy by said defendant have attain the estate of James W, i
=== 100,000 tons have actually c Henry, Mrs. lava Jones, H. J. Jones It Is further ordered that this orderbe Lilly, deceased late of Osceola,county, eu
== been used in Florida. It is = Lyatt A Kmmemon (9), Chas F. Morton published once a week for four consecutive Florida, to the undersigned executrix
Arthur I MoClenthan. H. F. Nelson, of said estate, within two from
= rich and splendid = week In the Klsslmmea Valley ,:years
; pore, a r*. U, Owens, H. K. Khoades. C.: K. Self t Uasette a published In the date hereof."
:.=:r humu-huilder. = Walter Tracy yConstantino Thll- said county and newspaper state Dated March 17th, 1)17. ,

', ::3- CotpartleulsNandprtc..TODAY; \ = vehas, Mrs M. W.SMPBbN Watts Klner Weaver. This, 2nd day of April. 1917. ALICE] WILDER Spray PumpsInsecticides ;
B. Po.tma.tor.a'1'1'M ,
jjU3 from = B J. L. OVER8TRBET. 14-H Bxecutrlx.

g WATERS & CARSON ..'- ' 'Mil IIIIIIIIIIHi (Circuit Court Seal)Clerk circuit Court. IN CIHCUIT COURT; STATE OP FLORIDA "

=!' ,CROCrRY CO.,. ( .. _.: ,a I i ..C1EOHOK Solicitor K. .for PARKER Complainant, i ,, ''- .f 1Wt -....- n.' .er
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'" ==. "..Pr'om'dl FarnS ,\ .-" LegalAdvertisements .-, . .. . ,. ',Mitchell r..t4IrllOnComp alnant. vs Mitt spray means' death to .your \\w

hack ,to the farm" =- -' Charles/ I* Coulaen and Carrie S aa'.r.I' .crop' nemel. We. hare rull.." tock '
\ NOTICE KOR PUBLICATION Defendant '
l 1 t: : I of the Right Materlsls. .and the (Best ', a
Armour Fertilizer Works '
ps 3 Jacksonville, Fla. = 111111"1' mi i r"IIII.II. Depsrl.at-a She J........ Seventh Judicial tyIn Chancery.lrcult. Oaceola Coun- Machines.. Our experience dates from I

' NOTICB or INCORPORATION U. I. Laud tt'lBcsvtile.. Klsw __i, i the Terr first ,spraying, In Florida.

l1111l11u111111111f111111111111111111111111fr II At.el. et Jell It appearing; by affidavit appended to .
; Notice I I. hereby given. that the undersigned the bill flled,In the above-stated cause SEND FOR SPRAY CAT4 LOOm.,
will: on.r.ro 14th, 1 I7. applyto Notice Is hereby given that FrankM. that Charles L. Coulson and CarrieSeaaer.
the Uovernor for Letter Edna of Lokonee, Florid, who on the defendants therein, named
Patent Incorporating ourselves,our associate November Z*. til made, Homestead are nonresidents of the state of Florida Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer Co. -'
and successors Into a bodv Entry No. Ollt 0 for Lots 1, a. Sea II!, and are residents of the city,, of
politic and roroorate under the name- of Lots 1. *, Sec IS and N% of Lot I Section Detroit state of Michigan and each are Manofacturer of Ideal Fertlllxers.Jacksonville .
MAK1NSON SONS COMPANY. 24. Township SI 8., Range 14 10., over the age of twenty-one years; It Is ,
-GBBSOJ FROJRERSELLS W T. MAKiN9ON.! Tallahassee Meridian, has filed noticeof therefore ordered that said nonresident r-
W. B. MAKIN8ON.M. Intention to make three-year proof, defendants be and are hereby required b
M. MAKINSOW, to establish claim. to the land above to appear to the hill of complaint filed ,,, /fr FlorMa,. t'
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CRAWFORD. '
w. B. described before Clerk Circuit Court. IA said cause on or before Monday the roK
Klsslmmee, Florida, on the 15th day. of 0th day of April I A. D. 117. otherwisethe 1)
Articles .f Isieerperetlasi May 1S17. allegation of said bill will betaken
:We, the .undersigned. hereby assocl-. Claimant names as witnesses: ..confessed by said defendants x
ate ovrselves together for nose Lawrence Edna, of Lokosve, Florida.J. It. Is further ordered that this order _
of becoming n body ttah.r corporate Frank Tumblln of Lokosee, Flor. bo published once a week for four cen .;r'.'
under the law of the State of Id necutlve weeks In the Ktsslmmee Val.Icy .
Life Accident and
Fire
; Florida and we' hereby declare that R.I':. "Willis, of Lokosee. Florida. Oaette a. newspaper published In
O Mf Folk,. of Lokosee, Florida
the following Article of Incorporationshall sal' county and atate.
Health Plate; .Glass,. Liability " constitute .and .be,the, Charter of .jJ.6t ROURKT w. HAVI8.Register.NOT'E ,' This 1st day of February 117. 0 P3
+
said .corporation. :J.. L. OVERS 'REET.
Artlrle I (Ct. ('I. Real) Clerk Circuit Court, '

and Boiler Insurance.. be The"MAKINSON name of SONS this COMPANY-; shall FOR,-PUBLICATION O'BHYAN Solicitor A TLBnaRR for :Complainant., ll-Bt WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO., Local Agents a


I Legal Bonds Executed Article II Depsrtsaesit .f tbs-,Interior' I --- -.-,-,--.._--- 1
The principal place -business of AI'PLICATION. TO SELL REAL,. ESTATE '
this corporation shall be In the City 1% 8. Lad OfSee at Gainesville, Fl_
,Same Day Needed.. of Klsslmmeey Osceola County, Florida I April T, ISIT e
but the Ho.r<1 of Director may establieb ,ABSOLUTELY STOPS ALL LEAKS
branch offices at other place from. Notice. Is hereby given that LaweneeKdrls Estate H. D.riaidall. Deceased
'time to tlm.,, n* may be desired.Arttele ., of Lokosee Florida. who onAugust -

'OFFICE: State Baik Building I III, 5. till, made Homestead Kn Notice I.I hereby given to all whom It GRAPHELASTIC ROOF PAINTSOLD
try. No:OllSti. for Lots t an 1 tit Section ,
..r. The period ot' xl.tence of this. corporation concern that Rosa B. Tlndall., asAdminlstratria
; 11 Township 11 S, Range 14 H., :
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shall be perpetual,. of the estate of M. DTlndall.
I Tallahassee Meridian, has filed noticeof ., Deceased will on the tlrd day UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEE
Article IV _
.. .
Intention to make three-year proof, .
117 to the Honorsable
>r The general natureof the business of .to establish. claim to the land abovedescribed pro T. M.A. p.Murphy, apply, County Judge In NOT AN EXPERIMENT BUT AN ESTABLISHED. TESTED PRODUCT
be before Clerk Circuit Court.Klsslmmee
this corporation shall to carry on ,
and for said County, at his office In the
;/ Trf JiORloAMETALPROaxTSGGMANUFACTURE the, trade buying or and business selling of' Importing manufacturing and May, 1S17. Florida. onthe ISth' day oi Court House In said County, at 10 Graphelattie will make an old roof ai good as new Any one can applyit.
thereaftera
exporting, and otherwise dealing In Claimant names aa witnesses: o'clock a. m.. or, a* soon For S the standard roof paint of the South.
hardware and Incident i Frank M. Kdrls, of Lokosee, Flor the matter can be heard, for author years .
thereto and any articles In the ida.J. Ity to ..11. at. public or private sale, OUR PRICES i Barrels, 52 gallons. GOc per gal. Half barrels, about
of which Frank of Lokose. Flor the described real In
composition Tumblln. following estate.
manufacture or .
,,' METAL metal I* a factor or connected with ida. said County, to-wit: 30() gallons 65c per gallon. Lest than half I barrels. 75c per gallon..
. \\1-0 the hardware business, and to manufacture R. K. Willis, of Lo1 : CEU'NGSCULVFRTS' buy, sell. Import or export, or Q. :M. Folk of Lokosee. Florida. Lilly' Second Addition. Graphelasdc cover" -square to gallon i
t otherwise deal in, any materials, articles )ROBERT W. DAVIS, Lots 1* and 10 of Block a of Woodall Graphelastic Liquid Cement for'roofs in very bad condition $1 per gaL
: SHINGLE5 and thing, required for or In 17-tt Register I ; le Doyle' Addition.
,.. connection with or Incidental to the Lot I of W. O. Bass' Addition.South Craphelastie heavy cement. 50 pounds 8c per pound.
\ manufacture, use, purchase and saleof PROCLAMATION of'the A. C. L. Railroad.
.
Above subject to 10% discount for cash.
; any and all'of the aforesaid wares Lots 1 and I of Block according to price ,
and articles and alsoto,, carry on any the official plat of Whittier filed In the
SHEET tfET manufacturing ...7..>n Ofa..w
other or distributing
office of the Clerk of the ClrcuibCopraLots
BUILDINGMATERIAL business s.. principal or, agent orotherwise City..of Kiaslsasaee 1. 6. _. T, IS. IS. 15. IS. 17. IS Graphelastic Manufacturing Co.
which can be conveniently, t*, 10,- II. IS, of Alyea's Subdivision of,
carried on In conjunction with any of WHEREAS: ; Under and by virtue.of
the northwest quarter of Section IS
GENERAL OFFICES JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
WtlITt: TODAY AND 'SPECIALQUOTAJJON3 the matters. .aforesaid.'i. an ordinance enacted by the City Council Township IS Range 11, ,
'. Article V In the town of Klsslmmee City, ''providing Lots 14,. 1( and the' South half of' K
RCAT..wGUU
for the publication and revisionof 0411000446/0.30.......00..006..r
The amount of the capital stock of of the Florida Agricultural Company's .
JACKSONVILLE. . a. ... .tLA. this corporation shall b.. Twenty-nve all ordinances of' the general and Subdivision of Section II, of Township '
r Thousand Dollar divided' Into two permanent. nature 'In force In said IS, Range II. . '
hundred and fifty share of the 'par city, except the .general ordinance relative Which application will be balled upon

value which of said On.capital Hundred stock Dollars may be, each paid water.to system the municipal of said electric town. 'light approvedthe and In the said petition Court.for such sale< now" on file ...-.......... . .. ,t..t..t..... ... . ... .. .- ti

MUSTANGfor for labor or"services at a Uth day of November, ISIS and Dated March 17th 117.: '
just. valuation to be fixed by the incorporators ; the City Attorney having reported to ROSA B. TINbALL.Administratrix.. .
at a meeting called for that me that he has caused to be compiledprinted :. Meats
purpose and published as ordinance ofthe KRinns & STEED: i Cold Storage for Fresh:

t Sprains. Lameness AHIele VI r City of Klsslmmee Osceola count, Attorneys for Estate. 14-4t
The business of this corporation Florida In accordance" with the .
Sores Cuts Rheumatism shall be conducted by a President, sions of said Act; and
Vice-president, Secretary and Treasurer WHEREAS, the volume printed and In Circuit Court for the Seventh Judicial
Heal and a Hoard of Director of not published under said Act, a* .aforesaid Circuit. of the Slate of FloridaIn i Storage Rate Beginning December tftl, it
Penetrate and less.than three nor more than ....ven.Artl.l. have been. delivered to the City Clerkof and for Qsceola County. In Chan -
the City of Klsslmmee; cery. .F..A. Stroup and R. D. Frankford Meats
Stops Pain At Once VII Storage all 1.2 cent pound. Fifteen Days. ,
.
NOW, THKRffFORK, I.H. R. May vs. Tom B .
comf.laln.nt.
The annual meeting of the stockholders Mayor of said town of Klsslmmee City drews I, .. Quiet title
For Man and Beast shall be held at the principal Curing; Pork ready for smoking 1 l-2c. pound ::
,, by virtue of the authority vested In me Order of publication. To all whom It per,. I

,:.,,' 25c. SOa.*I. ,At All DeaIet.. office Monday of In the April corporation of each on year the, second beginning ind by law proclaim, do hereby that announce the revisordi-publish may worn concern.Bill of Conplaintfled It appearing from In the the Twenty Days. ;

with the year 1(18. of the of Klsslmmee have above entitled c.u.e'' that there are -
nances City !, Curing and Smoking 2c pound. -
,Article. till Seen printed' and published In accord- person Interested In the property Inscribed per / .
LINIMENTSPECIALLY The stockhn'd of this corporationshall nee with said ordinance of said City, In the Bill of Complaint In
at the first meeting; or na .oon and that the volume nn printed and said case, other than the known respondents .
{ thereafter a* practicable,, adopt the published have been, delivered to the M named therein and thai Bring us hogs the day they killed. We will do
necessary-by-law* for the governmentof City Clerk and that the revised ordl. the names of such other persons so Interested your are :
f the corporation.. I nances eo completed, printed and published are unknown to complainants, I
Article IXThe shall go Into effect and be operative and there also appearing to be certain the rest. '
Indebtednessor on the 80th day after the late of named respondents to said Bill whose
of
highest amount this proclamation.In baptismal names, and Initial are not .
r liability to which this corporationshall Testimonywhereof I have hereunto given because they are unknown, and
at any time be subject. shall be set my hand and caused the corporate that relief la prayed In the said Bill of '

+ _,'S'f Fifty Thousand Dollars.Article X I hereto seal at Klsslmmee of said City Osceola to be Count'affixed Complaint respondents; against It Is the therefore said unknown ordered TKISSIMMEE ICE, & COLD STORAGE() co. :

Until tb first election, of officer 'the Fla., on this the ISth. day of March A that -i Vaughn -i i Carr, Sandlln .4
1 business of this corporation shall be D. 1917. ,'-i'- Knowles, Steck wife of
f conducted by the following named H. R. MAT Mayor. Edmund F. 8O>ck. and all parties ...o.o.oooooo..o.o ...o.o..oo..,.. ... . . ....oo. t tI'
arsonsW.. T.' M.kln.on"Pre.ld.ntlW. ) AttestJ :, -_ claimingIntereats In the land In the
'-- B. Maklnson Vice-president!: ,W. B. R. GILBERT. .City Clerk. Bill of Complaint In the above styled
[ [ ADAPTED Crawford, Secretary: M. M. Maklnson, 'I (Official Seal) It-tt describedunder Any of the following
Treasurer partiesTom: B. Andrews, S. ;
The name and residence of the subscribers NOTICE OF ELECTION Booth Benjamin Elliott Ham mar. Tennis c,
J'I... to thss Article of Incorporation I P. Hammar. Benjamin E. Hammer

; A. 'For" Your share, together of the ca N'al follows stock number.set oppo-ef cases In compliance made and provided.with the.law It I*In hereby such Blair VaughnCarr Burwell., A Jr.Co.. -Blair Vaughn Bilrrell-Jr., ". M. G. KIBBE & CO. 4''

slle his are a* : .
name Samuel. T. J.
announced and declared that an election Carr Oarr, Fanny Carr
. W. T. M.klnlo.'Klulmm..e, Florida. B CreekSchool' Charles. Oodolphln Bennett. WllUam
Bull
t State will be held at the
W, R. Maklnson Klsalmmee.Florlda.roM House Osceola County, Florida I Henry Bennett WUllam H. Hollla and FARM LANDS NORTH AND SOUTHWe 'f
M. Maklnson .Klsslmmee, FluridaW .; B I on Saturday May S. A. D. 117. for the the following trustee under the will ,
rf B. Crawford Klsslmmee Florida.. 1 of determining whether or not of Hamilton Dlaaton.'deceased. Henry ''
IN WITNESS: WHEREOF: we have' the purpose following. described territory' shall Dlaaton, Edmund F. Steck Taeony have a bargain in a Fire 'Acre Farm close in. f;
hereunto set our hands this (th day. of become, a special tax: school district. Savings Fund Safe i. "
$ F' :EE; Philadelphia. Six Room well finished Home Barn Etc. Other good ;
: '': Apr,,. A. D. ,.IT via: Trust .Pa, 'J
W. T. KAmMflOKW. > Beginning the northeast cornerof and he following other persons.. Elisabeth f
B. MAKIN8ON. Section One (1), Township Twenty- E. Dlaaton. "Sandlln A Knowlea ones. lX
:: :Oar bstractiTe CaWo,.. M. M. MAKIN8ONV. +: eight (2S( South Range. Thirty-four Sandlln Knowles, i I
: B.' CRAWFORD. (14) Kast;' thence In a westerly direction tk wife of Edmund F. Steck, If any We want Improved Farms; Home, Rentals.. t:
and Weekly Price List northwest of Section said .
,1" to the corner of parties are d.c.a..dL or claimIng
r i r STATE OF1 FLORIDA. Six: (I) Township Twenty-eight (2S Interest therein under ... L. Sand PHONE 'f:
: COUNTY OP-OSCEOUA/Sa. .' South, Range Thirty-three' (U) East! lit, deceaaed otherwise claiming Interest 286
.t END FOR On.this Ith day of Aprll.'A. D. Jilt thence In a southerly direction to the therein, the said property being; ,.";.
,\ .. JS ,,, .. before 111",14.W.'Sa..nt.. a NotaryENGINES southwest corner of Section EI&ht..enUS the following"; described property, ..Ia: DAKIN AYE. K1SSIMMEE,, FLORIDA ;
: '
(21))
Twenty-nine
), Township All that part of Section" I <(10)<

s I IY :XHEM.TODAyIN '0: South.thence Range In an easterly Thirty-three (II) East theoutheast ; that lies. South -of the un1'I.d and .......000.-00.0000 ..0 o 0 000 ... 0 0.. 00 .0. 00 ,'.0. " :
Section, htlc.t: all that part of Section Thirty-one (II)
corner of that lies North of except
: SEED (II), Township Twenty-nine, (u) Seventy-five trTi fOe'R': more or .
COS South Range Thirty-four (14) East: ; lees, bounded on the West by the West ,
to the
In northerly direction
thence a
bank of Canal on the South by the
It Itr point of beflnnlnff. County Road, on the Hast by the East Taken Texas-Mexican
,. 0 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.' And also to determine,.who .hall district line of said Section Thirty-one .ID, COMPANY B 'PICTURES Border
\ arv. as ,school trustee of said
and the North by the water's edge ,
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r: _. -i -r -- -- for two year next after the the Rightof
of Fish Lake; also excepting;
and te fix: the number of mill col.of Way of the Railroad aa It passes H.lf-Tm Paienalc Viit 7iH iiekis putted n hoot 'ptttt'p fir 25o

"" T.' M. RIVERS... M.D.. !t district lected annually school tax for: to the be said levied two and year.. through County said lands Fla., said do land appear lying: to ;theeomplalaants' : I InOsceola , ,

l PHYSICIAN'aad SURGEON ; BOILERS,'SAW'JIII.LS'OOD The polote..to following) act at named said persona election were P. Seller ap- tilts of Complaint hereinflled. On Sale at Office of Valley Gazette..

Office over OscooU Pharmacy. sad WORKING MACfIRUYi: .. H. ... Hancock and.W.,R. Nettles on or before. .Monday, the 7th day -
( of May A. r> 151? else In due course of
'*Fb. ... Reldne (I, A _mpl...-line of Mill Supplies andHcavr Inspector Don. by;order B. L. Kubaak of the ,Board Clerk.ef\Pub-. law-tie, : -.id Bill'of Complaint will betaken '
In
.OffIN u fer ImnHMllat sCaohlnerjr-esrrl4: ahlpment.\ Qet stock oar lie Instruction of Oeosola eovnty, Flor. parties aa It confessed I* farther by ordered said unknown ths* this Btate :* riorl.. .Witness the Honorable dar of "et>nal'J't..A. I 1t1.'
:: and _t&t9C.O.. for..pla lna' ids U l*.-,th*,.Itautfar .t April. .A I* ( OVRRBTRlLT' >
A To Gtr. Oss4 se- 0Dey ,: prlee ** 1111.. -- : order .. published onoe a week for II JaMes 'W. Perkins aa Judge o aforesaid. ?
l.1 k .your'ord.r.. a 'W' c. B.u18.Atte.U consecutive weeks In the) .KlaalmmeeValley said Court, and my name aa Clarktaereot. As Clerk Circuit Court
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,?eaeL1IAT 1D0180. MALSBT MAtHINERT CO. | Oaaette, a. newspaper and the official meal of the .( .
,Cask sad R...s- ead _b .. 1M CaW. ... Ckrmaa. and of genera eircalation sale Circuit Court, at Klsslnme*. Oaaoty .JOHNSTON *v aARRsrrr. .
,. .ff i....... :: Sin- ..... .. ssi 4 ....J. a'IIey'.c:. 7..,". u.... 87.. Q. -YpqET.L County Sup.rtnt.nda, 7H-II published Cot o( OeoeoU aas cools I"ort... on tal* the tat L. Counsel for'Coaplalaaats.: t-tfs ",
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Interest In the Home Extension workIn EOOKOut.f

(Mr.. E. R Well, Editor.)
this county seems to )Increase and '

the cannlqa- club lassies are ,planting Flowers : \: .

I Is made to all patrons of tho Valley Gazette to send items fine plot as the season advance, The ..'
extreme drought It retarding the work,

IOne Society Events To. the Editor for ,publication in these colnms. somewhat but where ever constant cul Occa.io'n.MillS i

arn tivation shown has. been followed good results For All .

Last.waek County Agent, Miss Alblna
. 0 . . 0 0 I 0 a .'yooo.-, Smith: visited the clubs at Whittler

r and Lokas.e. These seem to Is' Two
"C\lon.\ Wheat SeventyFiveand
Ring'9 Production haw l-.iirvrtd. most efmolsturt THE FLORIST

goes |but rn, In
At KB i.<-i.ot.ee Ed JCberls has his INC.
Proves Splendid'Social Event ret out I<. tomatoes. with not one pant
nilftftlntc. Mabel Tlndal. another mem Higher
ber of the club la, doing Rood work. Going :

Canter, Park the home of a very enthunlHiillcl 36 ,W. Fortyth St.,
i club In 1, showing a number of
laugh In every day life they arc fine plots, thane. of Mine lam. Dorothy w ,
of the Meet home talent ,.produc knwon us Attorneys W. J, Bleed and "Mutinous. Kate and Ole 1'arlln, being JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.. x
tions ever staged In Klsslmmto was .M11I.1II'1..dK..r.' OHiKX-lfllly: good, I
the "Wishing nine" 'given at the Casino Throughout the act Dr. 'J. W. $,imp- I" all the, clubs some attention wadKlven FLOUR WILL BE EIGHTEEN : .
s evening before a packed as 'a handsome,, debonair t suitor, last fall to winter, wardens and .
Friday t'I; 'pretty; Bo-I'eep, was ;a promi surprising: suits obtained' Mine nan
l house for the benefit of, the Hart Memorial figure, with the I'lnnr'H/ Him null of (.enter Park, made $8.10 from a turnip r
Chapter. In..t.. for the heart of Misa' . Mary Thin l bed' alone JCexa; Lester, who livesnear 04. 1 M
clnl.arsto WAS especially amusing In thepons. thin, city, rntsed a variety of veR e- <+Mo
The entertainment was Very '"Our Farm." lnblee l and sold l l $20worth" during thoiinst ad :
ahnut one Itundrnd and We have a' limited amount of real.
Inojuillnic In lima cast. The parts Just at this. point In limo play the season, This record Is morn crcditahla .... i.
fifty people characters weroexceptionally Icing, desiring a diversion I tailed for: considering the fact that 'she r} 11 l'I'OJ..IC.\I.. <
sung by the leading and TV his Follies when I In danced n chorus *>t was" n .regular attendant at school a: '*
well rendered
fleeted" great credit (wonderfully in, the locnl talent plenaIng -; I I cult girls French and beautifully polka. The executed black and n white dl tfl- At walking I HhliiKlo: to and Cleek: from, Marm-ret her country Hleiiener home Is I 4a4aaaaaaaaaaac.t4a'aaa'a44a4. fine Self-Rising Flour we: will sell

the choruses were In costumes were wry striking. Tlxisn, making n nea tsum ,on her strawberries '
cleverness
great
und Khowed thin season.Wlillo The Griffin brothers received' a message :
prinentlng bovri worn jolly clown .
the diversity of nubjecls. The beautifulcostumes I jesttrdny morning i4atlnt. th<>
the work la carried youSaturday
with generally
suits and tli<> girls Kay outstanding
find artistic dancing wero I death if their l.roth r-ln-lav.', I'ranlSh .'
As whole sklits. decorated with I blnck Uellrt. on by girls. HI. Cloud boasts of an In- <
features of the evening. a <*i-n, a prominent real estate broker
rvHtlnw club of
The dancing was fine and the boys, who are planting
w the was carried along without very apl ; hl) home In Palm U >ach, which
program >laut',* they received was, K.'n..ral.. n irvncral Harden for family a use rewrit Ht < nncurred -
lime tiresome Intervals so common to o'clock.I WasIIIMMI
and speaks well for In this groui npT'<*nreid' : jjadyf Griffin DM the regular one-elxth of an acre nt 0 The Illness 21 .
homo productions of tomalixa. Henna, pens and corn n lingering one and Jim Orlfflnhnff April
Maltta Stanford Kathryn Tiller are
'
Mr Harmons genius as a producer. bedside time.V.nml .
favorite crops with theUe, boys hci'it ot the for some
t Dorothy' Wells I Jeanott ]Prevntt Jnolluklnson
nnd the audi ,
curtain *
rose .
WI1..nth.. \ Fannie I rtaamorci, MargoretKnnton Miss Kmllh' 'Is several days t \ Joe lull for .1m Beach
In with2..ottl.
to a man. was harmony nt ('lcarwaler' were upon the receipt of the m< ssago. andxpocted
.. Clark and Marguerite l.een. Grocn Kloanor Graves, CarrieCannon she la attending ..
the 1 Fish and Meat Demonstration to be Joined by Hum: Griffin
Hot Maklnunn, Lucy rnn.durl..d .
their representations of Jean and Allen I'"fl'r'j when readied Orlando The d...
hy Federal Agent Lund. they
She
who went on a .visit to fairy land. Thelma Sutton Alberta O'Uerry. erased leaves awife and live children
Miss Alice Wagner a. Moon llenm Harris and Mamie. 1'llley four boys and one girl, 24-lb. Sack For $$1.35
was. the first to appear and she never Another number which proved a nit 1 -
looked more beautiful than wearing. tuna the Knights and Ladle. In a "t .teIv Sunday.4e:4. ,
the dainty costume and glittering : chorus,. when they executed" the Intricate Mrs F. J. VanDuxer, which occurred
Dream I figures of the minuet. The i ; last week In Ht. Louts; The body was
of the Fairy.
crown With+ hem..ajprn-ared. a 1..1"" 'choruseitf .qua4nt. ,,"own.nd hur| of,the 1'dTATIONaa } : ,i taken, to her hqme-jn Ulbbon..N..top; -
Wood Nymphs. .wenrlngktjulslte )1..li..th.'n'.ume.. court suits. of thknights .. aa4aa>aaraa'aaaaaaaao4aWe Intftj-.ment Hhe' ,was"' the'motUer of Miss Cash, at the Store and One Day
rtlstlc. every one was sorry wnen they d leaptied her grandmother Mra. FVJ. yanDuisr.!.
bands. 'Their dance was very '
: are. ask ed to contributed mite Co, '_ We will' offer f other
'I' 'and was executed WHU wonderful red. Those nppfvrlnx as. Knlxbts .' to .. Only. a ew '*
race In this chorus appeared Mrs were: :Margeretvinn, Irene Ingram, the causeOf Tom Taylor a well-known residentof ,
"' W. B. c Aultmnn, Vivian Floyd Alma grits, Ruth hlarl-, the Red Cross Society In aid of the Tamps, died on the train just
r, Lira ,.Gardner, Misses. Mil red TurVllln. tag', Patsy Maklnson, ollvlne S..vale"and warsThat after It left, Orlando. Sunday morning. attractive prices same day at.
Uessla White and Marlon 1'orter. Johnnie Hronson. The ladles. wereilernldlne are rafting and raging so close to Ills. brother L. r.. Taylor, was notified
The next chorus held a surprise' ., for ( l I..Rleyl Virginia Lesley Annie our chorea and the body; taken off' here and prepared .
the turban rose revealing a garden I story Elisabeth Parker Etta Mae You can help us I know by using your for burial I It Was..qfit
'. tall Suhl I e Franklin, Jeanette. Grlffln wit m.1;
where on either side were red pop- Ill to hlil Cornier Tampa for in
S 1' Jiles] ,.with young gardeners energetically and Wlnn.The I For a fancy coatume, without spendinga ; 'terment. The deceased had been 111 for
raking the ground around them. A appl, \n, which greeted the ap- bit. months and had been spending sometime '
closer. Inspection showed the flowers nearance of .the Suffrage Chorus was And attending a Fete which will start Texas, hoping the chant'.
to be misses, standing on pedestalswith loud and long. Mrs. W, L. Dunn Mrs rust at eightAt tlnbe beneficial. He was on his
1 their backs toward the audlenoe. \\'. B: Maklnson Mra.. a H.' Kuilock., of the Bullocks!," quite closeto way home when the Anal summons
Their costumes were quite unique. The Mrs. M. 8. May Mrs. C]. W. Persons, : the lake. come TAYLOR'S.w.
green capes and narrow scalloped Mrs J. R Bronson Mrs M. Pledger Mrs. You must each bring a dime to pay for .
W. J. Evans, Mrs. J T llurkhalter. Mrs. this I rhyme
skirts, the pretty scarlet crepe paper ; Mrs. H. A. Keller' died at her home
t".,.1 tiats pulled well down over their heads W. Parker, the Misses Uulda Malloy Which really has taken. a great deal of on Broadway. Wednesday afternoon at
were very striking, and as the chorusprogres.ed and Elsie McConkey apeared In severecostumes. I IA time, 4 o'clock after a lingering illness. No
( the "girls turned about on Mrs. L. A. Hamilton amnx- disguise' will add much to, the evenIng's funeral arrangements will be. made till
Ingly attired was an able leader and fun
iii their pedestals, showing merry faces I '
of Mr. Keller from Kalama.
the arrival
ti";. > under the becoming hats. They. were i not only directed the chorus. but addressed Ko that even a mother won't know her xoo. Mich, where he had been, called
In What to own son. I +
1 Misses Lucy Wltherspoon Gladys Castler the assembly proved y
business. Mr. Keffer
I by
urgent was
t Abble Harris. Orpha Ita.... Miss be most So Tome one and all with a feeling
: : f :rgl'fkmatthli connected with the management of theirayslone
that's
,..' Hathaway and Mra.. Stanley" Bullock were very hearty ( Hotel for time and
,,' :Jr. with Messrs. Bert. WalterHa least The chorus. was. perfectly drilledas And make a FINANCIAL success of ourparty. some
made friends In Klsslminee
'>',:. .. Uuy Gardner, v..llab el.y as'Hardeners. was each feature of this novel enter many warm k .- -
tainment.The MRS. \W A.\ HAMILTON
Mrs. Hartow Dutton, In pretty pink close of the MRS. H. C. STANFORD MOW I\4t'RANCR' FEATURES of anything In the way of fire, accident
<, and white costume, and carrying the i little red imps; .\ tettock'f.nR.:: D MRS. 8. H. BULLOCK NKROLIITIO'VSWhereas Bl D.. G. WAGNEH AGENCY and health automobile, tornado-bffrg- ;

.olalntleat of flower baskets( was a captivating Thomas, Jr., F. ,t'. Ledbetter, Jr, Fred. Monday. April IS. Hostesses.. lary, and plate glass losses. One of hte
I .. and McClure Lupfer and Keller heeth'all -
Miss Mary? quite .ontr..ry.'Who Harry He who things,
sang her long, difficult rolls with drove. the children back to everydaylife ruleth all has through his. Infinite Attention Is directed tthe display new features An the jtxploslva insurance -
treat sweetness. and their mother, Mrs C H. Stanford OC+OHHOO. I rt thlng.1 his kingdom advertisement of the D. O. Wagner In. which the agency Is giving Its u
Then Marlon. C..on.u Tom-Tom, appeared with th..m'ln a pretty 4 0.s Mra. C'l: 0J' I1.1hom .. of Brother ; surunce Agency which appear. In this attention. Mr. D. O. Wagner gives the
r. the Piper's Son, with Mary, sang their finale, delighted the audience SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: e. and Ulster J. C. Griffin Hlstor. Issue. Th concern represents the business. his personal attention. at all ?
love story through several. beautiful I Something over sixty dollars was 0 4Gaaaa 1'lIal1heth.u lag and Brother JimUfixlnll Aetna. Home of New York Hartford, times, and has established a reputation
'I> numbers. lealliud by the committee. of ladles. ,, .' and many other first-class fire Insurance along this. line which .well merits the
"'$I" The Dance.of Nymphs and Roses Introduced 'who bad this entertainment In change. +iaa4aad' 0'C' M1aa404a4a0 .Therefore'he It rtsolved by thl nixiu companies; also the New YorkLlfe slogan "The Leading General Insurance
.1'1 a fascinating group of voung They are well pleased with the resultof '' b ns cf 1< tft'n.n.ft Temple No '21, Insurance. Co., and can take care Agency In Osceola County
Klrls In ____ .. __ _. __,___,_ _ _. ":
J audience fairly breathed the ,perfumeof another of the Roger s entertainments Interesting meeting at the Hart MeMoriAl humble submission to the will of tb" - -- On -- .,0 Il
a June garden. All of these costumes next year Building Friday afternoon. Heavenly Father, yet our hearts go out 1 I
: were white" half of the girl Mrs A. Cotterman, and Mm LylesBtory In sympathy to our sisters, and brothersIn ... ....
c, representing gay troubadours whileshowered OOOOOOOOtOoOOOtt I will ,entertain the Prlacllla Clubat their bereavement bad with the
over the dresses In Ions garlands the Cotterman home Saturday aft-" hand of love we point them to him : EL.1
1., and In pretty wreaths for their ernoon. who doeth all things well. r
t. fiends were A profusion of ro...., BriATINCl PARTY TO PARADISE i The KIsBlmmee. Music Club will hold Resolved, further that a copy of GRAYSTONE 1
.
rry; The Roses were Misses. tx>rene DoneVan. ; . ISLAND O the (closing meeting for this season these resolutions be.presented. our bereaved i .
b. Grace Gilbert Violet Bullock, Anna + Tuesday ..afternoon at the Hart Memor brothers and' sisters, a copy ..
Williams, Margaret Stanford Mary lal Building, when alar.. attendanceIs handed to the local pageIn
t Tiller, Carolyn Krlpp and NormaOrif.Mb. : 900000000tOOOOOOOOOOOO.OO'1 : r'r.td f
desired. our minute book be for HERBERT! WICHTENDAHL, M,.. ;
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of''' ? of young people en The Klsslmmee Music Club has closedIts the Inscription of these our heartfelt
',: Josephine Hamilton as Bo-I4ep joedmr'b"oa ride to Paradise: Island meetings for the summer season but condolences. :. r 0 f
j., was Indeed a dainty little shepherdesseuid Saturday afternoon where they ate a expects to commence Its activities early ALMA FARMER -f
was very pretty In her blue andwhite picnic told next fall when the cantata which ROBERTA RIVERS,
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t campflre
.r' costume of Mother Goose. time. stories :...r.I.eodu't"e: till time for has been In process of preparation, will I DORA SMITH. DAY RATES: '
The audience listened with
pleasure to returning home.In be rendereThe members are urgently !
Jaer. musical numbers. Misses Louise requested to return the music
the party were: '
Perhaps no feature of the evening Clark Marie ""Huddleston ..loll..phln.1lI.mllton belonging to the club to J>. K. Weaver. :000000.0.0..00..000.0.
Was more popular than forty of the WITH BATH $3.00 -
Corrie Gannon Girlie Bullock president\, .
wee little one. In town as they executed Carolyn Frlpp Lorene Donegan .,. CARD' OF THANKS i 4'
a Snow Drop Dance and Chorus Kathryn! ; 4 .

when they appeared from opposite Grace Johnson Gllbret and ,Annie Williams IrMe..r; . .OO .O O.O'O' OO'OO'OOO. ot ..OOOOOOOO..OOOO ..... }. ' :WITHOUT BATH, e', ,e. $2.50 .. ';/ I
Ides of the stage and paused with serious . L. A. Hamilton, Lawrence and Roy + i ". ,'. _" -,"', + .;, ,, ,' \

,rtpple precsllon of appreciation at the exact of the center audiencewas the (Parr Ned Bullock, Raymond Beardon <>.. MOTHERS-TEA!IIEHS CLUB 4o The ladles of the Hurt M..morla.1Chapt"r

I general. The movements of these Ted eli.roW.: Prentls, William Arnold ,-: ... aProgram and the W. C.' T. U. wish to a
and ---- ----- -- --- 1
',r :: "c\"t"a'\ :: really wonderful and oH+H OOOOO. ---- :
rl'! -daisycthe appauseetwas feningmed .OOOOOOOOOO o O the benefit. of the Hart Memorial and
hi' They'. gathered down close at the Hart Memorial 3.10p.
to the the W. C.
r' 'footlight., poppies again grew In rowsalong ? ROYAL ftRU.IinonS ENTER- t m? Friday l April 20. They eTd.; :! rlastlnaobligations to
the walla, ,the ..ard..ner.'appellr. 4> TAINKU Papers will be read on the followingsubjecte Senator A. K. t>oneg-an for the use of
ed with their rakes, while In and out 0 : : the Casino Hulldlng during; the preparatlon :
of this garden dances' the Roses and Art the True Industrial Educator, of the entertainment; to Mrs.: Florence .i
J'It Nymphs In a finale-ensemble In Indescribable OO O Mm. Cotterman.The Savage for the three weeks' use of StatOBankJ
Meaning of the Arts and Crafts
beauty. her piano for rehearsals; to the citizens
. Every one loved a fairy tale at onetime Mrs T. n. Walling pleasantly entertained airs Chlnholm. who extended the use of their. cap; for
of Paulk.Brl..f ,
Mm
Tm Object Art Study .
: and the King's Garden depicted the parade and on other occasions; and
the members of the RoyalNelghbora ;
::+ the second act where the Mother Goose, Lodge with a social. aU..r.noon. Their F; etches Work.,of Mrs.Famous Ingram.luesls .Paintersft to the public In general for generously. of Kissimmee
4 Impersonated Miss entertainment and BO
Virgil Kent with Saturday, at her attractive homeon patronizing; the t
will be cordially welcomed to
numbers of her Illustrated family heartily commending; hte efforts' of the ,
ap- Broadway. Fancy work and .
conversation '
IJ! i peared, was a. real treat to the onlookers enjoy the program as well as the social cast and the producers Thev wish to
the
occupied guests during
hour with 0. cup of tea. : "
thank Mrs. O M: Hhearouse
the hours and delicious. sandwiches especially
;.:-. Miss Marjorie Daw with Simple Rim. wafers and 'punch were served by the Jr. whose. duties as pianist1 were given The of the world
'on and Oeraldlne, the pet mule, 'Villi. hosttss. Sae ..... at lust minute on account of the
;'I JOe Lancaster, were .Irroatlbly funny :Wn .tb..t relatives, and' iMIas\ Louise eyes J j,
} and few PHONOKRAPn RKCITAI AT 4BA1TIMT ,
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figures the charming Miss Rhea place I
J>herlgo and the brilliant attorney W. 4 a CHUHGH TONIGHT 4. The Indies most heartily appreciatethe
1"': B. Crawford. Which prompted the cooperation
"''. Lieut.\ Lee Jarrell, as a ferociousKing t PLEASANT MOTOR PARTY 4 $ OHOotO 0 spirit In concerted effort for this are on the man whoSAVES 1

and Miss Ann Bryan Carson as a -, worthy pause,
haughty queen were quite imposingseated )
': on the throne and wearing royal'robes. A phonographic concert will be givenat
the Baptist Church this (Friday) GRAND AMUSEMENT COMPANY
I>. O. Wagner was well selected for Mrs. W. 3. Bears, Mr. and Mr. C. W. evening at 7(80( under the auspices. of TAKES OVER DIXIE THEATRE
old King Cole, and the theatrical disguise Dnnn" and I'TllI' Jr. the' 'li"A'd Rue the Woman's Missionary Union. A :
'ft' only emphasised his familiar Watson, Mamie. Marie I '.- splendid program has been arrangedand WITH FINE PROGRAM'MONDAY
vmlle. The fiddlers three, Messrs. ton Louise. Clark. Lola. Johnson Corrie all are cordially Invited. A ..nveroll'erln&
.t\.. Stanley Bullock Ralph and Raymond Cannon Joseph. Sears and John Lee Jr., will be taken at the door. ----
"II (JMrarden made a hit with the audience, were a congenial crowd motoring to Klsslmmee Is to have a moving/ picture j
Boo: though time or tune of their ael4jctlon Weklva Springs Sunday for an all-day house.which will glv.; the best entertainment .
; was not discovered. Mr. and picnic Judge J H. Cowley and wife left along this line that can be
ii. Mrs. Jack Bpratt were popular charac Tuesday. for Kmporla, .wher they will expected anywhere. and this will bereall.ed

:ters and\ ,their parts produced many a Fire Insurance. See A. E. Drought.: spend a few days with friends. Grand Amusement when It, Is Co.announced, of Orlando that has the

,J\. .. taken over the Dixie Theatre on Broad
way. The house Is being; entirely renovated -
and p-laced In first-class shapesfor
the convenience and comfort of the
.... while the exterlor.of the building !
--." ----- -- ' public, : for
,' ;. ; : Is now In the hands of paintersand PAUSE a moment, young man
', 10 decorators, and will present a most .

. '.. beautiful and enticing. appearance give thought to self. The If
a
+ l ,; shortly Everything will be done to ,
'
" ; make this amusement place the best of
,. ': Its kind In this section, and the beet of confront

,',.' "9" ,r'' .. I pictures will of the be movies.presented" to the enthusiasts problems that: you now or

CREDIT . fI' The Grand as the place will be 'Will few hence. .
;,
: known In the "!!' >*lll be In directcharge a years
,, '- of R. A. Mclnfosh.. who has
; spent many years In this business, receiving .
o ,' his training-with the famous Look about 700-tho mea of affairs in country, state, nation- ,

.': .'. .r i t y" Marcus.Loew.River. Ia..... This Enterprises gentleman, at.Isi Fall not yes, ia! tae world, are the men who started: to sue early in life. t

I. : only familiar with every angle of the r cw
1 .. ,', : picture profession, but realizes the They lau the respect and confidence of the community. '
along this line
.. needs of the community. ; i
Paramount pictures will be .shown, ana
" .... arrangements have been made by Them look the other lide-al the fellows who spend all ""
i'i'e on they .
t
will be shownIn
Is of these
a manifestation of the confidence of one individual ( honor and which releases
Klsslmmee along with Jacksonville., make-they may have a food time, for a while, but what does their'

integrity of another.. .. '' '" ._ and day.ahead a 16,400 of orche.trlan.Tampa. Within which a Is now few_ personality reflect? ? 1
at the Grand will be lnntalled
'
s and .will pro... a feature. .
1 j This bank hat The new picture use will open for A dollar or so this bank will be the
confidence in the good people of Kissimmee.. We. ", business with matinee at S-SO on Monday ncloM of an honorable independent !
career.
April 31. and there will be a nighterformance.
'i are ready,and will be glad to Kelp you establish a good credit-the .. .. ) continuous, beginning ato'clock Make) your IN....., BOW-today. Your, bankbook .j ?
The prices will be popular
s I 7 ,
will pan
'w Ke for children and lOo for adult The the way. i
a best t asset a business\ man can have. C ":J;'. ..; following program bas been anan&edb7M'ned I

., ,' manager.-Mary for Pick the r coming' Rebind week: Capital stock ..________._______ '._.. ____ $100,000.00 Y :' 1

.. ,. ." :' Scents." Tuesday Robert Gdeson Resources. J '
she laser ---------------__ _.;_;.;.___ 400,000.00
In "Where th. Trail Divides.. Wednesday i
.. "', ,', =Kalhlyn'Williams and Theodore '
Roberts In The Cost of Hatred." Officers aid b-.dOl'U''' '_
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