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 27, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00800
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Asa '0 S,C E O L'A JOURNAL CoMelidateJ Jaaearr 11. 1915. .

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CITIZENS SHOULD, NOT ,IGNORE tomato seed' there ore many o 0000000..0.0000000000000. 0o + SPRING TERM OF CIRCUIT COURTIN
which might be set out snd
crop to' repay the effort. t.,_. -- ,; ., o COURTHOUSE SQUARE, SAT 0

beans.' Where the land is. o 4
... PRODUCTION-MORE GARDENS sandy, peanuts should be raised. eHNmIIuu1fidtm Miss Albina Smith, county 0 WEEK-:GRAND JURY, MAKING

SHOULD BE STARTED. are highly recommended as a agent for the' home extension RIGID INVESTIGATIONS.
tute for meat and are easily work in Osceola county, has 'Issued -'*
'i/ T this vicinity. And above o a call for a "Plant a Gar0 -
den Day" to be held In the 0
o. o t.oo else let everyone prepare for *. court ++++4*+* ++*.*14444444444 .
0 eral fall garden. 'TISOne c house square, Saturday, May * ,. .
condition existing here- ED 5th, when the public are urged 0 "
0 to be B.. E. Evans 0
advisability of'fertilizing present. ,
0 0 ,,4o
OO be overlooked 00 1UL 00ao county demonstrator will make 0
must not '
< Foreman H.
Plant a garden. W. Boice. 0
an address and other 0
which will be speakers
and "con- ground planted *
Let Clerk, John Anderson. O
"production" will be
present. The school 0
servatlon be uppermost in all general garden this fall D. S. Partin. 0
4 minds. be seeded to eowp as. If children are especially urged to 0 J. W. Tracy. 0
comes scarce, the peas are be present, and to enlist In this 0'a' mass meeting called o W. L. Moseley. 0
and and -- of food producers. In the *
palatable, army
<* Mayor 0) ; ,
by Cadel to start a !genuine Lewis Johnson. O
stored for winter or preserve afternoon a canning demonstration 0 '
4 home-gardening campaign. < Albert Acree., 0
4' Cal) for volunteers to join 4 mercial purposes, then the Now in Course of Construction-Will Be Completed :Within Next ,Two will probably be made 0 frC.. B. Bradley. 0

local army of food producers. should be turned under to Months., I! 0 George W. Persons. 0
Give every assistance possible < loll There are few spots in Ot.O.OO.OOOO .OOO.OOO OOt.KISSIMMEt o N. L. Edwards. 0

to County Demonstrator B. E. < cinity that would not yield a o W. H. Arnold. 0

,: "'*;Evens,. and Miss Albina Smith,, ably,'good!L clopil' treaiecI!: Jn1''''! !' r ,_' 1 A GUN CLUB o W-J*.SCarr..e. ==,....... =,-, ,
ner.J ---' ---'a ,- 'S
-* agent for Home Extension Work. < f WIN LOCAL-TOURNAMENT o R./II. Lanier.
<* Get every business man in Kie-\* 'Workincm.n's. Wages No' CHARTER SURPRISE SPRUNGA ,- o Homer B.... 0

;< and ,Osceola county to ficient T", Klssimmee Gun Club carried off E. E. Brown. 0
< have at least five acre's planted in ,With pricell'loarln'lf higher' T ,TRADE BOARD MEETINGThose the -honors" '.t'Q tournament shoot at M. M Overstreet. 0
s> non-perishable crop this year. 0 week the wage of the average St. Cloud Thursday afternoon, win *>' S. T. Fansler. 0
Extend the organization of < ing man'is no longer I ning the silver cup offered by the In. George W. Batten. 0
adults, boys' and girls' clubs to more than actual necessities testate 0 0
.<.* include all farm products-pigs, min. who raised a portion of th attending the'ineetlnlf' the men t s, and required a' vote of the peo- Kisslmmee Trapshooters. was ,represented by ..O.O 04 .OO O..O.O..OO.O

cows, bees, poultry r sheep. goats, < consumed raises.his wages Board of Trade last Friday night ple, only when it was intended to construct Overstreet, Prather, Makinson, Stevens -, ,
etc. that proportion. were given genuine surprise, when it such works,', not requiring a find -
Lupfer Farmer, while Roma
<* Get the bankers and business The man whose-tacome is made known that a new city char. vote.iwhen'they)' "might" be bought. Thomas, Albert Benrden, J." D.. Jet- The caring term of the circuit court
men of the county to loan money for the needs of his family. Is: ter had.been drafted by the city coun Sixtn: also providing, no real estate fords and others ,who went along to convened Tuesday morning. Judge J.
and take crop liens to be paid as vitally> '.ntcrested in the f: H cil some time ago and forwarded to belonging to the city should be leased, enjoy the t II. W. Perkins of the Seventh Judicial
,'"* soon as crop is marketed. t'"r vement., Sa '.:''c. '-lie' f;> representative in Tallahassee. sold or otherwise disposed of-without sport. Circuit, presiding. The term will be
,This isthe'second event :"of thetournament
Have a "Plant-a-Garden Day"! 0 Kisbinimuc buffer want chat Few, if any, of the members present the vote ofthe people, making no ex- the first being shot at A busy one.there being a large number
in a special effort to interest the Must be supplied: w..H fo>J and had heard anything regarding such ception to this, even in the sale of the ]local grounds two weeks when of civil cases to be given consideration
lending of charity pai/lnn'tris: ago and several of crim-
school children. and much, interest manifested lots. Seventh it provides cases a
cemetery '
steps, was
Kissimmee by handsome
,won a score. '
who would have remained a inal nature are to b e tried. The in*
< Merchants to co-operate by'ot. 4 when the matter was brought for U publicity tax, not exceeding two
| The is now the property of the '
specting, self-supporting cup terests of the state are being looked
feeing small prizes of merchon-
before the Board. mills ?
he 'received the support and { club and 'the members will begin a after by State's Attorney J. H,Jones
< *
dise and the commercial
city Mr. Carson also suggested that he ,
When the head of new business was contest for individual ownership. The '
agement of his fellow townsmen Orlando
** wed body Interest.add its support ,for a contin-0 planting time... I reached, Hon. C. A. Carson announcedthat had long thought that, if the charter''conditions have not yet been arrangedbut Judge Perkins called court to orderat
he had received from lion. N. C. was' to be amended it should provide it is likely the first shoot will be ,
The situation as it now exists 10 o'clock. (The jurors drawn recently -
in *
Spread the movement every I Bryan of the legislature of for a. Board of Public Works, who I pulled off next Thursday.The "
paralleled in the history of a copy a were polled, and those an.rIng -
until is *
way, every difficulty' should] with the of .
I try end thoughtful new charter for the town of Klssim charged duty ) score for the St. Cloud shoot their names were as follows: J,
that home in .
overcome, so every I shoulder the responsibility mee, which had been sent him for passage handling the public utilities, such as follows: 8. Chandler D. Prosser, W. W.
+ the will have within 0
immediate community reach foodstuffs 0 I immediate steps to increase through the legislature. lie requested the electric light plant,'water works Klnlmme, Chandler, S.,T. Fancier, Albert Acree,
( that the constructing and maintaining streets, M.E. Stevens ._._. ... . .,(2 .
.rowing that will sustain life 4 i supply of the vicinity but the charter -carefully ? , C. A. Partin, Homer Dur R H. Lanler
O should necessity require it. 0 needs this most will be the examined and sufficient publicity be etc., and that if the charter was to b4! G. 'W. Overstreet ,....._____:._....39 W. L. Moseley] W. J. !:t. Carr.:John.,
take an ,active part in the given it that the wishes of the people] amended he, personally, would like to G. II. Prather t._--.__._?.......42, M.Anderson, Lewis Johnson, N. L.
4 0 may need co-operation, he on the subject might be ascertained.! see such a provision contained therein. Billie Makineon------__,.*_.,(3 Edwards J. C. Partin, C. B. Bradley,

... .OO.toOO OtOttO..OUOUO financial aid advanced to Mr. Carson expressed the opinion that: ., Concluding his remarks, he moved L. R. Farmer ........_.........V38 George W. Batton, M. M. Overstreet,
--.. -' given'hint -for what costs us the charter of the city was of such extreme : that a committee of five be elected by J. E. Lupfer........ ...........45, w% H. Arnold,.George':W. Persona, J.;
When the tocsin of sounded valued in the same : importance that the greatest! the Board of Trade to study the pro St. Cloud W. Tracy, H. w, Boice. M. B. Canon,
f war was the movement should spread publicity should be given to the prep- posed charter, and to take it up in\ P. E. Morgan *.----.__._.._.__._44, H. M. Partin, H. R. Hail I, E. E. Brown.E .
and these United States were difficulty be till aration of a new charter. He also connection with the City Council, with Hargravee ......_...............38 .I* Lesley, Roma Thomas, James
,: .:shuddering with the fire alarm ,of has within .overcomer Its hand I said that, In his opinion all business a.viejr. of correcting' any errors thatmight'exist S, Entriken ._.....,_.__--'-_.... Durranee Ed. George,who were not
7- ',...... war then thought 'uppermost in the growing that will sustain Ufe' transacted by any official body shouldbe and with'* view of recommending L. Dougherty..&..._.._._..... I present to answer _to their names,

;., mind of all must have been "could necessity require it. ,J given publicity such as the publication such improvement in the C. E. Carelson .....................37 were reported as having been excused
men be found In this of commercialism Excellent; Remedy SUg'g'e' in full of tL minutes of every charter as they would(( deem wise. The Sid Porter ______._____;;._........41 by the court, while the sheriff report-
brave enough age to answer the How this best be meeting, and of all warrants issued in purpose of the motion being to harmonise ed. J. M. Parsons, W.,L. Weatherbee,
nation's call and great enough to problem facing may every payment of bills, to the end that the' on a charter, which all citizens RULL BASS VERIFIES SALE David A. Bass, J. L.%Carr as not
public might be fully advised of'the could freely support. found. The grand jurors were then
Its will be
measure to necessity. the state and wrought OF REPORTED
methods action of their officials. I Following a discussion of the matter 7,090 selected, and only four of the original
Then from all the various differing as
over country answering
voices were raised and as the ments differ.The H f aald that the proposed charge the motion prevailed, when the CATTLE A FEW DAYS AGO venire were left for petit jurors which ,
Board of elected the
. manhood of America forward mayor may Issue a call fW'I made several changes in the organic, Trade aa 'commit.tee necessitated the issuing of a ,specialvenire.
to.become an army of step. defenders mass meeting.; to start the law of the city and that without expressing above provided for: C. A. Carson, Rull'na..., the well known cattleman .
it becomes evident that men would cruiting station may be any personal approval or disapproval J. S. Cadel,. H. C. Stanford, W.. J. yesterday verified the report The grand jury" Is as follows H. W.
"be found to perform the great work. and a call made for of the changes proposed at Steed, and a.: B. Aultman. that he had sold 7,000 head of his cat. Polce, foreman; John M. Anderson

'f The call for patriotic service Is universal will join this army of food ; I this time he called attention to a number : tie, receiving therefore in cash in the clerk; C. S. Partin, J. W. Tracy, W. L.
,; and no one should evade his the. city: council has already of the changes as follows: First SUPT. YOWELL TO MAKE neighborhood .of 120000. The sale Moseley, Lewis Johnson Albert N
responsibility. .The 'citizens who steps to lighten the burden the change of name from Kissimmee ADDRESS. BEFORE STATE was consummated some days ago, the Acree, C. B. Bradley, George W. Persons -

answers the call to bear arms shoulddo grower by making special I(I City to City of Kissimmee.' Second, ASS'N SUPERINTENDENTSSupt. cattle being purchased by the (Ji>rla N. L. Edwards H.W. H. Arnold,
so' with the, assurance that those for the gardens. B. E. Evans, the, change of the boundaries of the 1-, Land and Live Stock Company remaining at home would immediately demonstrator, who city. The new charter contracting the Townsend, Ga., who are engaged in Bass, E. E. Brown, M. M. Overstreet '
mobolize for service with the-hoe county, has already offered I I city, one-fourth mile on the east and C. E. Yowell, of public instruction stocking cattle in Southern Georgia.The .I I I S. T. Fansler, George W. Batten' Thestate's

and rake as their munitions, war- ices, and Mist Albina Smith, extending one-half mile on the south, left Tuesday for Lake City, deal was made through Williamson attorney, questioned all jurors, '
fare. And the recruiting should continue the home extension work for without connecting the boundaries at to attend the annual conference of the & Ragland, Jacksonville, and already I according; to law, after which these
till every man, woman and child county, has issued a call for a the beginning and ending; this he city superintendents and high school arrangements are ,being madeto were sworn in by Clerk J. L. Over- .' j
have, some hand in the ultimate victory a-Garden-Day in a special thought was a clerical error. Third, principals of the state, which holds begin the shipment of the stock to street, followed by the selection of the
which will crown the nat.ion'lfight terest the school children. the new charter made the position of forth in that city this week, to be in Georgia. Mr. Baas has constructed a foreman and clerk of the body. The

for the liberties of the world. Merchants may co-operate the city clerk and city marshal appointive session four" days. He will take ,a large regulation dipping vat on his I organization having been effected, the
ing small prizes of by the city council instead of prominent part in the proceedings, being ranch, and the dipping operations will remaining four original jurors summoned
:Must Show "Agricultural" Patriotism until later in the
tne board of trade may add elective by the people. Fourth, the assigned to make .an address on commence within a few days. The were excused
Kissimmee has already demonstrated port for a continued interest : new charter gave the city council the the subject, "School Inspection' by Su first shipment, 4t 1 in expected, will be ,day.
her zeal by sending her splendid ing a garden Is like the main right to remit or reduce fines or perintendents-Extents and Pur- made some time during next week. Court Charges Grand Jury to Investigate i
Company B for border service, but to currying a bourse, it will Imposed by the Fifth punIshment poses." The conference will be a most Herat Selling of Whiskeyand
that is not enough. The great can for curried. it authorized the city council buy, important one, attended by the school FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Violations of the Fish ;
i.; food production has gone Out and Kis- Can and Should construct officials from all sections of the state. and Game Laws ,
Everybody or purchase water works
tirimce must answer that cal: 'vith Withthe warning that , Mr. Yowell made the trip tolake MEETING SATURDAY MORN Judge Perkins'delivered his charge
equal promptness. Warnings hav electric] light plant. ice plant, wharves, City in his auto, accompanied by Mar.
sent out it is up to all to AT 9:3o-VERY IMPORTANT to the grand jury, in which he called
be. i si unded thr nrhout the cojivty !ignore these forempts: made hospitals, and various other improve- ion Farmer and Edward Newton. especial attention to each individual

/ ; of tno scarcity of !r d who know, it would be \ .E All members of the JCisslmmee National furor as to the duties, before him. r
; and hinting at a possibility that hunger let them Principal the matters touched ,
than a crime to go ur Farm Loan Association are re.i among
., may knock at many a door even Each and every one,should ,GOVERNOR CATTS SIGNS -----------1 quested to meet at the council chamber -: the court especially cautioned a rigid .
within few
weeks that Florida in
a : a solemn duty'to provide Fraternity Hall, Saturday morning -! Investigations into illegal selling of
her isolated position, may ask in vain ture to the full extent of his at 9:30 for the purpose of rigning'the liquor and possible violations of the-
for supplies which other states may It is a grave economic crime BRYAN LIQUOR MEASUREages individual blank applications for I fish and game law. Judge Perkins, In
exchange and in fact if do
; we not good man not to produce loans, which must be made oat and stressing these points, informed the
grwo food "stuffs at home, we may for his garden, meat from his forwarded bsfore 'any further action I' jury that ha was not mentioning these,

starve. pastures, and the maximum will be taken by the Federal Bank at! matters on information that such laws
Now if it is Governor be drunk the 'I
even a mere possibility TALLAHASSEE April are kept on premIses have been violated in this county, but
Columbia S. which is
that Kissimmee must hustle or go Sidney J. Catts has affixed ,his by persons resorting there for I merely a suggestion that such points
for thii district.B.
hungry the citizen would take (Continued on Page 4.) first of of '
average approval to the tntf number that purpose, or any club, room or should have serious ,consideration lit
C. MILLER Pres't.A. .
little time to.meditate on the'subject, Important pieces of liquor legislation other place where such liquors and the hand.or the "If illegal
but would commence Immediate oper- tt \ which will be adopted by the legisla beverages are received or kept for Secy.SWEET or the selling of whiskey'in any

ations. OO ture now in session. It is known ss barter, sale, use or gift as a beverage, POTATO RAISING form could M stopped in any community -'
Plant Cowpeas and Sweet Taters the Bryan bill prohibiting the sale or or for distribution or division among ,'" said the court, "there would

; While this season of the year is not o SECOND FLORIDA"CALLED disposal of liquors by clubs in dry the members of any club or room or CAMPAIGN IS ALREADY be less work for.'the courts and jut
i conducive to the growing of general o MENT TO' BE counties of the state. The measure any association where such liquors or ies."
gardens there are at least two of KATZ RECEIVES which is now a law applies only to dry beverages are kept for the purpose of BRINGING GOOD RESULTS True Bills Returned

'Florida's] most productive and easiest o counties, but it is extremely drastic in being consumed by the members, thereof The greater part of the i rat twd
vegetables sweet and O Information from that it the keeping of The agitation started a few days
grown potatoes prevents
or ,their guests or other persons days was taken up with civil cases,
< Is to the effect that tho Nelson in .
A. S.
cowpeas, which should be planted alcoholic beverages on or near the ago by to'put crops .
either on the premises or near the while the grand jury" was busy considering
,: within the next few weeks. One hundred Infantry, N. G. F., will .' premises for use'of members of such same or any plaoe adjacent to or 11 ear'.uch sweet! potatoes, and work farms along evidence and looking,into the
.. of sweet potatoes should o called back into 'service. ( clubs. co-operative lines,.h.., brought eboutrelult.lI.
acres where members
such which
premises, affairs of the community, .required
4 tails to duty have not In with
as other
be planted In this community. Not company parties
.' 4 but the The governor's advice to the legislature or other* may resort for such purpose, the attention of the state's at
made public Mr. Nelson will In
In tractnot in ten' put twentyfiveor
one or
of his signing the bill follows: declaring to be commonnuisances torney. It is expected that beginningwith
which the soldiers will most
and the is
tracts, but in hundreds of plots in the more acres; gentleman
certain enumerated and classesof docket
< be called to House'Bill 30: A bill to be entitled places a new week he
S backyards of the residents of the city, ly upon home where laws already having the Rev. Funk, farm,
the adjoining vacant lots and nearby < be in the nature of an act prohibiting manufacture of places anti-liquor are near the city, plowed and gotten in will be taken up.
evaded or violated and ,providing for The following true bills were returned
mall tracts. <9> Orders are looked for alcoholic, spirituous, vinous, malt and shape to plant. It is expected that
The planting of cowpeas\ ,should be 4 next few days. The intoxicating liquors and beverages and their abatement as such by prohibiting there! will be much activity In this line by the grand jury Thursday
the of
a sacred duty of every household. > Florida has asked for certain non-intoxicating liquors and keeping or storage within the next few weeks. afternoon.
There may be planted today, tomorrow (0 lion, and the soldier boys beverages, traffic therein and keepingon liquors and beverages by prescribing John Hensley, forgery and utteringfore
next.week or even later-but also demanding that if. hand in public places or for illegal for judges, grand juries and other MANY ATTEND ELKS' MEET bank check. ,
r officers and citizens and Frank Ferguson,
must be planted. Should hunger lay + to see further duty ,they sale in counties or election precinctsthat public private Carter '
> information have hereafter certain duties, looking!: to the better I breaking and entering with intent,to
that vote
Its heavy hand on,the homes of Kis- as soon as or may Quite a number of our ,citizens
and effective enforcement of the .
mimee, think what it would mean to sible. This brought about a against the sale of liquor;' I more spent some days in Orlando thisweek commit a felony.G.
laws to promote temperance and suppress S. Willis, forgery.
the community when housewife ference on the part of,the Specifically defining and enumerating -
e every I attending the ceremonies Inci- murder in
the evils of intemperance, and Dinah Wallace colored,
: ,
+ Ida delegation in Congress the liquors and beverages andcl..le
fbuld>> dig the luscious Nancy Hall
up In dent to the convention of the B. P. O. Several months
by abolishing property rights the first degree. ago
the of Wa few and that
.md gather the far-famed black-eyed Secretary > a beverages
j E. and all report a great celebration.On Willie
hereafter said liquors or beverages, by providing the negress stabbed to
'peas; these with a generous slice of'l'rail' ago at which plans were shall be construed as embraced the Klssimmeei,
and Wednesday City commltteed at
for abatements, injunctions Lee the crime being
discussed of ,
r-back, or western beef (raised : regarding proper .within the prohibitions this Band attended in a body. hear-
other remedial proceedings when necessary Deer Park. At the preliminary
the nearby prairies), served with < tiflcation of the coasts of
act.Specifically enforce the laws to promote the pleaded guilty M> it ta
to woman
.resell jelly j a stone tomato and a dish state. In line with other enumeratiag the persons MEMORIAL
evil of thetrial
of okra, then top it off with piece of menders of companies and classes of whom, temperance and suppress the not thought that
guava pie and J' ... a dinner "fit Katz has Received orders, and the places and classes) of places Intemperance and by preecrib judicial Memorial Day was generally observed lengthy. _
': *, ;for a'king," or what U'Just as good 4o.the war department to be in which such 1DBDafiz'af4c roles of evidence to throughout the city yesterday, tsutdis
? proceedings In said matters. the postofflce and the banking houses D. C. HuU and Carey !>.'
.j f.. ny' American eft sin. ed to leave for federal and keeping hand are; or hereafter
And we need not live on sweet potatoes o on short aotioa. shall .prohibited; forbidding 'the Aespectfullyi, being closed, _while special exercises prominent attorneys of DeLand. .
; and peas .While the,..eaS. 0 keeping.-maintaining-of say plea SIDNEY. J. CATTS. .. appropriate to the occasion ,was held been in Kiuimmee this week attending ,

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ODD FELLOWS OBSERVE] The StarSpangled.Banner ,I

98TH -

Ohl I 'say, can you see, by the dawn'. .
eady light Testing Prevents Trouble
ORDER NEXT SUNDAY What BO proudly we hailed at the twilights
last gleaming, .
I Whose broad stripes and bright stars
thro' the perilous fight '
Celebrating the ninety-eighth anniversary O'er the watch'd )< 1 The satisfactory -
ramparts we were so performance
of hte founding of Odd Fellowship ! \ 7 ,
gallantly streaming \II

lodge, Osceola in this No. country 74, one,of the the lead-local And the rocket's red glare,.the bombsbursting \ / of your battery .

Ing secret organizations of Klssimmee in air, .: . / it being kept
Gave proof thro' the night that our .. 0 ..depends upon
will attend the First Baptist flag was still there. ...... ; _
.'Church in a body next Sunday morn- Oh, say does that Star-Spangled Ban If' S _' fully charged '
'ing, and listen to a special sermon by ner yet wave -.-. ,.
'Rev. O. B. Falls', he having accepted the home e "- '
O'er the land of free and the
'the invitation to preach ,a special aar- of the brave T. The hydrometer'.test is

I, mon The for church the occasion.will be appropriately Where the foe's haughty host in dread the only way to find'out .t:::.

decorated for the occasion; there will silence .
when 'it needs '
'be special music, and a cordial What is .that which the breeze,' o'er ul
tion is extended to the general pub- the towering _. ; .

lic The to be officers present.of the local lodge are I As it discloses fitfully ?blows,' half,A conceals, half II We'll be glad to do the :':f

:Noble Grand, J. L. Overstreet; Vice- Now it catches 'the glees of the morn testing for if don't ;
C. you, you 1
Grand, II. C. Alderman; secretary I ing's first beam -

F. Thrasher; warden and treasurer, G.. In full] glory reflected, now shines on want to be bothered with it.
A I). Boone; chaplain, J.: I). Jeffords. the stream 4 w f
The Order of Odd Fellows was established ':TIs the Star-Spangled Banner; oh?: .
4 in Florida in 1841, Florida long may it wave' And if you need expert 'i,
Lodge No. 1 having been instituted( on O'er the land of the free and tho homeof ,'
August 11 of that year. The growth the brave! battery service of any kind, ,j\
,of the order in the state has ,, been
a continuous ever since .the Civil 'War =-' here's where you'll find it.
Oh I thus be it ever when freemen k .
and period.
.d '
shall stand "'
r Theorder is. doing a groat ''work \ Between, their loved homes and wild -' We have ,rental battery .
each year among its members and war's desolation -- a
for widowed the various families, ?relief and funds its expenditure is enormous Blest heav'n-rescued with vict'ry and land pence, may the' for your'use if yours ever

yet it is not in any sense an insura Praise the pow'r that hath made 'and .- ;; needs '
; repairs. ,"
nee order' and pecuniary benefit i is, nation.Then" "
us a .
r secondary in its pima. preserve ... .I (
D conquer we mustwhsri': 'ou '
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4C :' ."4'> ti+{:?g-.,.11..*] i "" .to.\i.\j'! ' - , ,
*:+x- +1 And be our motto:-"In s" -- -" ':' 4 ,' '-r. ,,,, .,.,...iIM: >I\') ) ,"L I"
, 1 I c- + our trust!" ' s".4.'I-J'.. (.ntifJM
., ROLL OF HONOR -> ,-, 111t And the Star-Spangled Banner .in ,,j r inf u,.aj, kit own_to,.fret tttt ;' 1
triumph shall wave JtU

I, .' *. +44'0 '444040 4f . .of the brave. .: ,
following pupils of the Klssim 1 J ",." .'. .

nice public echoolhave not been ab .
j: Rent or tardy during the month ending ,
April 13th, haVe made an average of ,:". '
+ If You Knew This You
90 per cent or'more in their studies, '
B-R.R-n! SNOW IN APRIL! C' :,d ;
with not less than 85 in any subject, '
e and not less than 95 in deportment: . ,
"?.' -Dr. S. W. Downing of McCook <; Wouldn't Hesitate You'd .
First Grade Neb., a former resident of. this ': "
1 > city, where he lived for many:' STORAGE ,:' .
George Lamb, Harry Lee Swain, writes the following letter <-
George Minx, Franklin Edwards, J. .,. years to the Gazette: Drop Everything BATTERY'

Paul Yowell, Nonan Graham, Tommie *, McCook, Neb., April 4, 1917.-
Bell, John T. Lesley, Charles, Tyson, ,* W. B. Harris, Kissimmee. Fla.- ,
I Joseph Tucker Willie Fairbanks, >, The weather today, snowing and Right Now i .
Cecil Sharp, Jennie Schilder, Bertha blowing, makes me think of the ..,
Parker, Geneva Roberson, Lena Drig. "Sunny Southland," and incident- -
i, t:-ers, Mamie Thompson, Rna Henry, .,> ally I remembered that little notice O If you-the sick and suffering SERVICE STATION ti tiC
i, Ardetta Longanecker, Lottie Tyson, "
sent me a few days ago, < ; '
$, Allie Mae Clemons, Ruth Joiner Co- and you which I had forgotten until *, knew what SO'years have taught us; :r
rinne Johnsen, Thelma Davis) Susie It it were possible to convince as
I 4 you .. .
> now. Hence am enclosing you ( err4ra .-. 1ft') ,j,
Smith, Annie Lee Bass, Virginia Harris *, check to pay arrears and a year 9 we 'are convinced of the wonderful

Eugenia Oliver, Charlotte' Avant, >, in advance. The price of olrOt curative effects of the remedies of Na-

ty Erma White, Wilhelmina Carson.'. .*, paper is getting mighty high, but ture; the'' roots,''herbs, barks and flowers HUPPEL .J
*e ,> guess as long as I can get it for < BROS. Orlando fla.
Second Grade B <, a year for a bushel of wheat or that were placed on earth to help ., ,

Florence Ashton, Virginia Bowen, *, seven pounds of pork, -I won't-Ot mankind-you wouldn't delay one moment
Sarah Duke, Ethel Joiner, Hazel *, kick. Regards to all the Gazette in trying them. We want you to 4- LOCAL DEALERS: \
+ Nicks, Emma.n. Quirk, Elsie Schilder, <0. force. Your friend, < learn of their wonderful properties ,;
t Lillie Waller, Viola Bell Yowell, Henry S. W. DOWNING. Lupfer & Prather Mach Bro., Griffin'. Garage.
and of the relief
Key, John Lester Daniel Minx, .0. 0CITY prompt they are f
Ceo. Lee Singletary, Ralph Witt. O OOOOOOO OOOOOO.OO" I,able to afford you. The greatest coma!

bination of Nature's remedial'agents. S? ..' ....
Second Grade A r
'I COUNCIL ENCOURAGES Dr. Livingston's Root and Herb Tea; -
Cecil Canova, Joe Dunnlngf, S. 'E. has aided and cured untold thousands '
Gardner, Julian Graham, Enoch Herz- HOME' GARDENING SCHEMEBY during the past half-century. , -
berg, Roy HuJing, Frances Bailey CHEAP WATER RATES It is especially beneficial in kidney, rwt
Muriel Davis/ Aileen Bradley Ethel bladder and liver trouble, for by its CONFIRMEDTESTIMONY BULKHEAD PROJECT IS
Flint, Nellie! Gilbert .Jewel Miller, 'That the city council realizing the stimulative and tonic properties it
Loverine Tyson, Florinda Witz, Mary particular soon restores the functions of these
importance at this time for
Yates, Temple'. .MlhX" ,- ___ the backyard gardening agitation, will organs. Its alterative effect on .the The Kind Kissimmee Readers Cannot TAKING DEFINITE FORM
__ r blood forces out impurities and ends
/"rn" "" come to the rescue in lendingencour.-
Third Grade B Doubt -
rheumatism. The specific action of
gement,to all citizens whodesire.tohelp
llarry I Woodall, Dick Makinion, the community in" this laudable 11 this great Tea conquers constipationand ., -
Milton Bell, Orene Brown, Henry Ty manner is assured. biliousness and cleanses the entire Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the That the big waterfront improvement
son, Lewis Lamb. Nicholas Biesener, Following tho suggestion madeat system. 'We know it will 'help you. test. project-the bulkheading vt
; Don Oliver, Athalia 'Griffin, Rosella a' recent meeting of the Board ofof Try it and be .convinttd. It is easily The test' of tfme-the hardest'! teat Lake'Tohopekaligais nearer realisa COCKROACHES

f 'Cooper, Doris Davis, Hazell Bass, Trade, the committee of the council prepared and one dose a day suffices.A of aU. tion new than at any previous time
i Ellen Coleman.'Ruby Driggers, Bertha having' 'tnls in charge, coincided with oOc package holds a month's treat- Thousands gratefully testify.To since the agitation started, is apparent. .
Witz,,Tina Schilder, Alma Johnson. expressions that many more gardens nent. At your druggists, or mailed quick relief-to lasting results.' Through the efforts of II. C. Ae es.Ibr' W l her wl.e .# ;
would be raised It l there were a cheap- ,by the Livingston Medicine Co., Dcpt. Klssimmee, readers' can no longer Stanford, chairman of a Board of i Steam. Electric Pa to
Third Grade A er water rate, and this week held & I K., No. 1740 Main St., Jacksonville, doubt the evidence.It's Trade committee, a meeting of the I pau MnetloM I.M IunwM F
e Earnest ,Carver, Wayne Walling, meeting, framed a recommendationwhich Fla., on receipt of price. 'convincing testimonytwicetold I property-owners along( the lake was I..,, s.arwaen tae aM ,.ea j '
and well confirmed; I'I'I u ,
held a aw .
'Carroll at the Craystone Hotel Monday H.
Makinson, Geneva Miller Ar- will be brought before. the city "
Kissimmee readers should profit by I ,
'villa' night, when it Might be said, for thy oJ
Fansler; Neva Lee Harris, Es- solons for consideration.The DR. KELLY, WELL KNOWNIN ?
s Wle Floyd,. Irene Ingram, Eula present water rate is not exorbitant first time.the vitally( interested and ests: be left intact and that the 'new.'
I KISSIMMEE\ ADVANCES Henry W. Carl, St. Cloud, Fla., affected
" Bowen, Minnie Hudson, Margaret for general household uses, butvhen got together concerted operations be taken "
"I gladly confirm they statement op at this point
MOST TIMELY ARGUMENT says: mxnner and discussed tire s
Darin, Julia Ledbetter A garden it proposition
I, Madeline Fox, it comes to watering: '
Beatrice to ood- I gave some' years agt praisingDoan' tt un
O.llar does not take long run a .
sized water account with the t'lty- Dr. Howard M. Keffy, one of the Kidney Pills. I revommend: ti that all came to a mtcrra dearer and expense in the ndertatiu,.. :
I haw
thin remedy an
Fourth Grade B this has been demonstrated by manyIn most eminent surgeons of the country, portunity. I have been grcntfully op. understanding of the undertaking, A gJWttt! deal now depends upon the ,
f 'iSichard Winter, George Williams, the past. It will be 'recommendedby connected' with the Johns Hopkins benefited by Doan's Kidney PiTT" view were that exchanged, and it wasacreed meeting to be held Monday night, and w'

+ Harold Wilson, Irvin Driggers, Arthur the'committee that seperate meters lospitaf ail Baltimore and who spenta << Price, BOcl at all dealers. Don't with the city the p.pertr-mmet's meet the act&n: of the rfty eouvdl next .ale;,)
Flint Caroline be installed, and that a much cheaper bor Tuesday., It is thought, however that .
Wright, Coleman ask kidney remedy get
Mary simply a
ate will be Charged for that terv- portion of the winter in KIssimmee, commute next Monday nfgfdL At this all obstacles can be overcome and K is
Letty. Holtaclaw Mane Harper Deans Kidney Pill* the same? that
'Gladys Harmon, Eunice Rivers, Mary, Ice. At the meeting of the Board of where he has hosts of friend's', hag advanced Mr. Carl had. Foster-Milbunr Co., time agreement, it: (. will thought be reached likely that betweenall an certainly apparent to> everyone Inter:1, :

Ella Stroup, Elsie Welch, Edna Yates. Trade many of those present expressed a-fnost timely proposition. The Props, Buffalo, N. T. concerned, such as will enablethe front ested that is the asrea1izMSar'lakero" .
to garden- sew ;
I. a desirj -nlfag. nearer : than
..;..... I following clipping'(rom the Baltimore council'committee to make 1-
extensive scale, if a report to at any time since the
ng-some on an WORKER agitation: ws r
Fourth Grade A they could be assured of a reasonable un of recent date ig Mlfexplanatory.and ., A TRUE.AND the citysalons on the following night, started many months. : ago., 1
Breta'' Carl Schmidt will be which will have the' effect }4
Whaley, Ralph rate for water. read with interest by his to get a
'4 Schilder; Katherine Moseley Rebekah 0 many friends; i rntetfochen, Fla., April 16, TOtT." starting point'for tie huge improve ADVERTISED LETTEES '
Miller, Geraldine Lesley, Dorecy Ly- "1 have a farm'of 20o* acres' > Hear Editor Friends: ment project," an uradertakirig- which
1 brand Edna'Carson. PAY YOUR POLL TAXES Belair in Harford" the will mean much to Klssimmee
1 county, on ; > : ad
.i IF YOU WOULD TAKE'AITIN A southwest side. For a long time past -I ,tho surrounding community. letters Following is the'Hst of uncalled for )S
Fifth Grade B I[ have tried W plan an intensive cultivation The provvrty-owners- the lakefront remaining Iw the postoffice: at ';
BOND ELECTION Have Trees tee me this vest and other Kissimmee, Florida tor the two weeks
of but the '
", Tannie Seymour, Leo Canova, Clara every acre, my manager, attending conference were ending i 7th .
Johnson, Willie Long. Mr. R. W. Ruse, has to inform me each :years- I Snator A. K.: Doncganv. Wade Tucker Mfcy 1MT: ,.
At the next meeting of the County time that there- are plenty of people 1 Of C' U"I cannot expect to ave Mrs. 8":. W. Thurmnn, L. A, Hatoiiton Mrs.. H. BurdetHe,; Fairfcy Binng, ly
"Ftlth'Grade A Commissioners one week from Monday ((colored) hereIn Belair, who ere dong :thepapers try more sow;. but if- iii and M. Tiller. Mr. Stanford rep. Mint .Carlisle.Mr Willi.Lee Ed-
that body is expected to call for : nothing, but they wont work, ,probable that I se into State I resented t$e Board of Trade, whale wards, R: Graham, Capt. FT. B. Jefi- 1
ti : Janet G "es, 'Madge Rivers, Mae the bonding election of $100,000 for "A small step has been taken in- the 'Congregation! Church Young People's I Attorney Pat Johnston appeared in fries'J.Mr. ; James' Smith C. W. Mitch
3 Winn. good roads, according to the application right direction By the Rev Mr. Mo- -wn-k any if so, wiH, want to semi behalf or the lakefront people. The ell, C. Palgcrttn John i'owellMeiIie, '.
which was duly made at the last Kenna -Methodist( Episcopal) undertaking items sometiwes, more om. unless matter ww placed before the meeting, Wilson. .
y 'Sixth Grade B meeting. In order to participate in the several acres which ha will enl: I it seems that it i would interfere in a most thorou I\' manner by Mr. B. B. SIJTPSON, rbstmcater. : ,
Y ; "Johnnie Bronson, Winifred Denning, election, it is necessary for,everyoneto kivate himself r have offered land to ',with tM- State C. E. press reporter; I Stanford: and all present expressed .. ,
Katherine McKay, Naomi Starling, have his poll taxes paid up to and the school children over thirteen'who< who takes my place tin* week. Haw their views on the subject,, points being CLIP Tins AND PIN-
'' ,Margaret Winn, Nellie Woodall Violet Including the second Saturday in May, will be set free by the order oi;. the no Idea who it Is or what his plan will I brought out and .discussed! which '
Winters, Robert {ritz, James Hope as the election will be held about the governor. This is in the hands x>f a- be but probably, it will be more brit 1 had hitherto not been possible get ON- WIFE'S DRESSER .
., middle of June. committee consisting of the county liantry: done :You know I am just a at, as this was reajly} the first time a Cincinnati
L 1' Seventh Grade B agricultural agent, Mar. Wright the I plod -Dorothy Millar, Robert Calkins PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO CLOSE school superintendent, and Mr. it. ,W.I(I Quaker raised,' makes I it seem all the' in the undertakingwere: brought to .oornaj oraMuites so key ;
Leonard Herrick., Ruse, .with the co-operation of a Fom- quieter done, but sorely no one would gether. Every phase 'of the situationwas lift aff with finger. x ,
HERE AND IN ST., CLOUD mittee of ladies, Mrs. Yellott, 'Mrs. love the werk or feel a keener interestin cone \>ver thoroughly Senator _____ h '
xt Seventh Grade A Harrison and Mrs. McLane. This wilt the paper itself than I have doras Donegan and others ed
-., Lena Williams NOT LATER THAN.MAY 11TH not, I suppose, cultivate more ''than, for this has taken eleven years of continued ., thoroeghly i i. favor off the theinelv bulk- Ouch M'> t r I This kind of ro gh "".\>

j twenty screw., still tearing a lot ,ef service, and in this changingage heading, but there are yet some points talk wilt be heard less her. in town if
t Grade B' InstructionC. land untilled. -* people do not generally keep one thlt are to be cleared before Vnanim people troubled with .corn wit) follow i
Eighth Superintendent of. Public "I,am heartily in accord with Mr. work that lon& (ny state whole work, tis consent wilt be a the- simple advice of thi*, Cincinnati( j'
Frances Krits, Irene Milton, Dorothy E. Yowell is authority for the state'ment Green in favoring drastic action I ''to sixteen years) on one job. TW will be taken before the authority, who-,claimea that a few
Roberts. that the public schools of Kis- compel all lazy people and loafers to Faithfully..' your friend; eeuncil,' when .It i* hoped thtt city I drops of a drug?",called freezone when

11 A' Blmmee and St. Cloud will close forth do a.full day's work. The first weapon GRACE A. TOWNSEND. nt obstacles Tea in the, way l1p.fir- applied? to a tender, aching corn ,or 'ti
Eighth.Grade 11th to again to be used to secure action should obliterated. I hardened eallo stops soreness at once
May !
Bowen. reopen
Dorothy Denning' Nellie -t term on i be that of a blaze of public indignation Wanted wood-cutters; steady'work; The prevailing opinion' l appeared to and soon the corn or callus dries up,,
about' the middle of September.The plainly expressed. If this is not $1.00 per cord. For particulars, write be that the bnlkheadinr should be eared and Ifits right out'without pain. '

-HIGH 'SCHOOLFirst rural schools have practically\ effective: then committees should get W,.R. Melller, Fulford. Fla. out alone the >lines laid out by He says freesone dries Immediately: :
Year all dosed for'the present term at this to work and visit' the bums and com .. Klyee 4 Klacldey.engineers, ',of Mt and never inflames or even irritate '
Martha Hope Percie'Oliver t Edith h time, and these will practically aIJ.reopen mand them to work or to get oq sale ami,who Mme time ago drew up plans the snrreundlna skin.. ,A small bottle ,
""Miller Ethel Johnson, :Vashti liar on August 1. go to jail. In the latter place i WIII.nw You Ne.d Onesll'Tbndc' and apedttcatJons fer the eHy. Among of fraecenft will cost very little at any .
Tnan Minnie Gardner, Ferdinand Carion. .- bread and water should be the staple' Take Orov* these were several I different lines, ''and drug" store, but will positively remove !

!, .. Sadie 'Brr n., Ruth Howell. .,. Christina diet. In like manner we' should rout' TSe Old Standard -'. 'TaateUse from, theme-It was thought that Line every hard or, soft corn or call**Jromon '1
V' Ivey,< -: out all our city loafers. I approve of chin Tooio-U .q aay'>valaahle _>a No.' z would be the most-Dlausibl*, ."., ,f et., Millions of American +
Second Year every man' keeping a'book by-which General Tonio becaaae: it contaltia the calling for' bulkh.ading. with cement woman will welcome.this announcement '
b sjlinry! Edwards, Stratton Story: Fourth"Year_. he can show,what A* Is doing what he weB known Wale pepettles.4QUININB walla and reclamation "of much shioe the Inauguration of the
# ,; Manic Witherspoon Edna Calk M, Is earning, and just how' he- f isspend- and IRON.,-ItacuoatbeUvw. Ddw.t gestedid PW>P rtJr. ,It .... : . high....... If your druggist doesn't .;

1< 5" Tfclrd Year Lois Johnson, Amy Maklnson. I*;' .D.Geiger. .in* his ' Malaria 'Ei'r4'tbs Biood. sadWorata that the bulkhead. aamatruet.t' have freesone tell him vto order a'
Gertrude McKay., ,Robert. Gi syf JHOWARD Ai KELLY, U. D,!D'1IIdJda 1Ip U., 8lahat. + ., some time ago ,by th. Thurman.lirtir- slap bottle for you.

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; THE SHORT CUT ROUTE *:L CountrY- t : The favorite: Storm of Ktumm stFURNITURE f"I
> When God made the Southern _
A. E. Drought, one of the enterpris* 4 woman He sent Ms angel' 'mo.: Are the Worst 1

'. Ing citizens of :thl\* section, and connected 4 senger* throughout all the starlit *
with the St. Cloud Real Estate 4> realms of apace to gather all They lead to catarrh and I -i .
1/ Exchange calls oar attention to the 4 there was of beauty, brightness, 4 pneumonia. They weaken t1ut'I : ,
the list of subscribers 'enchantm and divinity.' When 0 I ? "
:; .: fact that in publishing entire system and leave it unable -
... to the fund for the short cut 0 those angels had returned from + to resist the sudden .
,road and bridge across the head of O their harvesting of beauty and *
Lake Tohopekaliga, he was nqtgdas 4 laid their glittering burdens at .* changes. They interfere with
giving the sum of 500. This was an 4 his feet, he began in their pre.ence .-* yoridq.digestion and lessen your' act
unintentional error, and should have 4 the ,work. of' fashioning the Neglected they soon become
4 Southern girl. He wrought with that dread disease. known as svs-
is cheerfully
j" read "J600. The error ,
;t corrected, although everybody would 4 the gold and glow'bf the star temio. costly wen Don't as dangerous.neglect them.It' H:-WEHAVEIT
know that the public-spirited citizen II 4! shining glories of a rainbow's .
; could be counted upon to lead the list RAISE MORE TO EAT 4 hues and the pallid silver of a. rI.
for any worthy enterprise. In additionto Southern moon. He wrought PERUNAWffl :
giving the $500, Mr. Drought gave SAVE WHAT YOU RAISE 4 with crimson perfume that *

the county.the right of way from theo *).......e' A..w.rad ............IFF 4 swooned in the rose's, rubied You
flag station to the second trestle, Mall. 4 heart.with pure, 'sweet snow a. Safeguard ceaascriea with ear Hardware Baa w* wry' alas CI'ate''

e which is quit en item in itself. Mre, If. Mr 0. p,....... Dea*. Me*. 4 glisten from the lily's white Have box of '''fan Iaare. Ws Hale a specialty .f mt&ttiaf a**.**, sal "
WI.... A'T__.. .....111... Ces .eer. 4 crest and the fires and flame a of Peruna Tablets ....*.. reliable ,n
.tOOOOO..OOOO'OOO'OO'. .. "...._.yll... Via. leap from the Jewel's depth. 4 with you for the sudden kr
4. 4i 4 Then'glancing deep into his own cold or exposure. Tone your' system

i If your home paper doesnt suit 0, bosom lie took the love which up with a regular course of the Bed Room Furniture Dining
gleamed there like liquid Peruna. fortify It against
/i.- *. you,_examine yourself and see if Tomato Troubles some rare ,
impartial -' 4 pearl beneath the wind-kissed colds get your digestion( up to normal
, *you are judging it with an give me full information RoomSuits Kitchen Outfits Parlor
: 4 eye. Ask yourself the aboKindl blight. 4 waves of a summer sea, made 4 take careor.ounelf.,and avoid
+ question: Can I help to improve Answer: There are several different O this into a human form, and all danger If you are suffering now begin
-heaven bowed its head and veiled the treatment at once. Give Chairs
O that paper T If you can conscientiously blights of tomatoes. There is a ,
4 its face for lo He had Nature the help aha needs to throw
4 answer question leaf blight or rust; which starts at the off the
to 4 the Southern woman.-Tribute to catarrball..fI..t1oa.aDd Couches Etc.
in the affirmative come over end of the leaf. This dries up whilethe gain become welL, ,
<0> the office and talfc it over with 0 rest of the leaf io still green but 4 the Southern Womanhood by a .Peraaa has been helping
4 the editor. Give him a little advice -'0 spotted with brown areas of various 4 Senator In recent speech at Tallahassee for 44 ,..,.. Tbeoandsof; homes people

.. + and a big advertisement *> sices. The first start Is a very small 4 and whose modesty .rely on It for coughs, cold and Indigestion. b record for itself Ike..... sfCs
Act store .
j *> and I feel sure that both you brown speck, and these frequentlystart 4 caused the request to withhold .. Irs good tonic for the s iag a 1 1J.
t + and: the editor win feel better even in the seed bed, being so 4 his name. 0 weak. asG.Z welL.a helping. peep.Is to eetfit..... .* sad ss*. Oar Nine are
over the matter. tiny as to escape notice. -This trouble 4 4 dPL'TOOLS
.'r. can be prevented by spraying with ..0..0..0..... !eeaisC, puy.,
'. t.. Clttttt..OOOOU..ottt Bordeaux mixture at the rate of ten OW

commercial: Bordeaux paste to woody portion of the stems and there
fifty gallons of water or the 6-6-60 are certain parts and eventually the
Clear Your tome-made formula. whole plant troubled with wilting. Orlando, Fla. They have the opportunity
Complexionwith Then there U another blight called Bacterial blight i. different' than the to enlist and be sent to Nor. .
:.,:; 'ungus. blight caused by a fungus that clerotium blight in that in the.sclertium folk. ..Vav at our expense; try and
: This in the soiL. The first symptom bcenet&lIr blight the-''whole plant shows ct..' this as much publicity as: you Ms ssatter what tiatf. .. aa Eagle ys. kstrs-Csa, Stoat,

; Old Reliable that the large lower leaves distress at once while in the bacterial can, thanking you for same, Wm. B. lt ilnatl ar Stationary Eagtse*-.. stay* exactly ...- .*...yea "

Remedy- turn and then yellow, and finally com- blight it is only a portion that is first Schlereth, Recruiting Officer U. S. aeoel ta year..ryJay wstfc Wreathe*, ......,_0Ptn.-,
} mence to dry from the'tip; but there affected. Navy, Jacksonville Fla.
. are no spot on the leaves unless .the aD .. the best qmafity sad w......hip, ..tI! at prices tmst .wflarptfae

r ;4. COCKSULPHURCQMPOUND rust before mentioned is also present '. ',... Tab star* as* $the r.......... .. aw....,. ''ear/ '
When you cut the leaf stalks darkened More About Pruning OF-INTEREST. Y
vein frequently' seen and the Just when should the pruning be hardwire that b sf.aperisr tpaIUJ..tI; yea wffl auks a* ...-

.. stem cut across..shows darkened veins lore in the groves hurt'by the cold? THE TRAPSHOOTERBy take I la cserfaf her. NOW" bsaectiaf ear big. stack. -
also. The only practical to deal .Which is best to paint the surface ,
\ .fchrii..kntt. hdISM....... 'with, coal tar earbolineum or liquid -
with this is rotation of ,
39\mttm....far___.....1CIIIIt.t' crops.Another .
.".'. ... M.... ---sw blight .called sclerotium wax t Some advise me to prune right "Trapshooler"
tW.d..naco..poa.d./. A.sI. blight is also a fungus that is carried now. Worms are getting into the Tom Manhall. a veteran trap-shoot

\\I. .ttoe slteetaes dress...and__...,...wl.r-it; Mkw Ltsri.l.w .....t...., over in the soil from year to year by younger trees.. ''r shooting e'r. and captain tram that of the Invaded American BnKland trap- Osceola Hardware Company

Y net"the awitkst tbe'bleoe.Fhmkl ., means of dormant spores.. This first :Answer: There Is a question about and Ireland IT years ago says that a
'.. >M.... that eulnhar b eae af t.. shows in the wilting of the top of the how much pruning should be done man cannot If he dr hold)nk. or his caroueea.Steady own a. .a trapahooter ''

...a.d.diw....... ..xMloeeid fclssJ purieera..ea laa't aasysn*Ua eeeaB He.a plant and the extreme end of ,the now. There is no doubt but what the nerves, a clear eye, and an active r
--M.h..lehdeg branches, thus, as you will note starting lead wood induce.. melanose, stem end :brain! are mighty Important! factors
at the other end of the plant than rot etc. and it also in the great game of breaking theflylna r
6 .Mr* lo .ik for HANCOCK SULPHUR withertip, gives : aklmmera consistently, and the .
COMPOUND. It.--., the fungus blight. This wilting is an opening; for the worms which you "oil of other attractions of '
' .Mtof*rwulU kr ova 85 reM. caused by the fungus entering the mention. Whenever these worms have the ac. ..iOh"w Way are strictly pane .A. TROVILUON. k. D.
;. SOt and$1 OM botttt plant from the soil and so clogging! entered they will continue to eat the when It cornea lo any of the above.. toCANCEIIGOITRE' J. W. THOMPSON e
If could make
< at *raW>'ebu pdcs ***** you.MW the stems that sufficient water cannot pith, causing the tree to die way back, ahootera Billy out Sunday of hose he .falla tot convert - TUMORS .and
tIw t .| his Mm. wtd -.-..*4 be supplied to the plant. One can con-: 10 they must be given. immediate at- to religion. he rnO..ldan.tJd1I: do DISEASES OF THE SKIN. ..
dir..a trol this. in measure: by using am-! tention. The liquid wax is the best the cause turn of Not that Billy failed n Orlando Office-Boardman. Building:, Funeral Director
COMPANY nloniacal copper carbonate sprayedon thing to paint the cut,surface with, rOe eminently sueceastul In a.hI endeavors Btolla.m.Winter I .
s.M..ra ML the soil around, the stem of the for carbolineum sometimes burns, especially but aometlmea a man will do Park Office 2 to 4 and' Ito .
..... .".",. c.1 _. im' : plant, about a half teaspoonful to each on young trees, and! the coal :fJ'n.10' mcel for his In girl a ,sport hla wife that or hieCrmtor he 8 p. m: .sepl 6mo pd ANDLICENSED '
,, __.fI1II-fW-_.. : plant. Bordeaux mixture i Ie not good tar often proves very damaging. On .
.... -... for this because the fungicidal qualities the other hand if you try to do thor- If such a man however was to takeIt
SL. of the Bordeaux strained out Into his head to become champion EMBALMER
are ough pruning now you will be ligely to trapahooter and was made to realle LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW .
by the dirt, while the ammonlacal cop- run against these disadvantages that the straight and narrow path was
pet f .carbonate' .will saturate right cutting.of a tre during growing sea- absolutely: eaarntlal to success he
"cut the I Store and Chapel Stewart AT*.
would In
all probability out :
M. TILLERReal through. There are a great many ion always tends to spread diseases, firewater." -
t other crops affected with this disease; it has ben *one of the rules of citrus The cause of temperance la a big: one Warinc Buildinc. Klssinssee, .....
eggplPnts,*beane. Irish potatoes, cowMas culture to do the pruning during dor- -a laudable,one. and it I. Interestingveurclally

'a- ? I EstatewAgency. ,I summer squashes, cabbages, nant seasons which value of' trapshooting at this time,aa to a note means the oCcoplair '
: beets! melon and even fig trees. Cultivating her and early January and in the latter with ''Old John Barleycorn." '
the soil so n* ta keep it loose part of June and July. Besides In, a big way trapshooting or any W. B. Crawford 'Lea JarroU.
"" Really bought and sokL and around the : other "live" sport can be utlnaed aa a MacDONOUGH
1" dry plants i I. a great Ms, how can anyone tell how far back splendid remedy for Intemperance. Apparently ALAN J. CRAWFORD &JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
ii' House rented. v factor in its control. Stable manure the tree should be cut at the present Bill baa overlooked a rood Architect
Taxc' paid and Title verified and other decaying organic matter Mme T The grower stands a very good belt Registered Y
r la generally admitted AMDENGINEER
should be avoided and careful rotationof h'c .
I chances indeed, to have to prune all disease ;
i \\1 for raidend.Fee. ties that Inebriation la a Office 4 5. CltiaeaaBanff
aoa- crops followed, omitting the ones over again later on. Some are advising .. such must be treated. Now one of Building
Life:aad Accident In mentioned above as being susceptible. immediate pruning and some are the practical and sane ways of combating BKONSON KISSIMMKS.FLA. '
or overcoming? any dlacaaa la to FlerUa.
Another blight is caused by bacteria Kissimne
.. surance.ludemnity., advising to wait until dormant sea build up a strong' ; body and mInd. Thistrapshooting
.... likely to be carried sons. These are the reasons for,the will help to' do. By: very
) BoadkI From plant to plant by insects and different points of view and you and virtue of ..::fthth sport demanda

,I ..........i. . ... . ...... therefore may start in any part of the other growers should tafce your choiceof doora"an active oantaet abundance' of "Oreat vlsor-oreat-' Out- PR. W. W. CARSON
Since the introduced
plant. germ in the two evils. Inir oxyccn and a certain amount of' I FOR RENTRoom. ..' DENTSTOa1oe .
and develop within the plant spray- physical : .
d04044000Nr? 40 000 004
r.'any-.boot. to' reach a
with Bordeaux has
ing very and'frnl.hed..I over Piney Buidittg'Oetce
of the sport re- [ unfurnished
little effect on the disea(e. On other UNITED STATES NAVY RECRUIT quires ee -: :.TIr.ll:: .-the ability. to Houses unfurnished and furnished.' Hears: t-IS. 1-* .
hand the killing off of 'insects in ING STATION think act and icen- Offloa 'Phone 111 Realdemee 'PIII_ S.
C.W. any qulcklr' qUICkln Also farms citrus .
I i GRIFFIN the field does deal toward ,- trate. these to city properties, : Oaa Administered for.mat,....* e4
: nlrr
a. great preventing due strong- bodies I and ':1..1 ; trucking and. grazing lands ,Teeth
its For this 'Postma.terKtllslmmee. Fla.: I will
.nl spread. purpose ; : this way trapshooting helps bring- the
one should use either one pound Paris be t in Orlando. Fla., from Wednesday will power and resistance up to a point t
j Staple and FancyGROCERIES green to 100 gallons water: In which until this comIng Saturday. afternoon.I spasmodic of efficiency and that eventually does not require harmful the THE [ELITE REALTY PARLORMRS. a r. KRIBBai' W. I. 3TBBHKRIBBS
four five pounds caustic lime has will leave for Jacksonville. Fla.
or stimulus of alcohol "' SUMMERS, Manager.
been stirred or from three to''five April 28. 1917.'So If any young men Seldom. If ever la the Individual of & STEED
J pounds arsenate of lead paste to fifty in your district wishes to enlist in the tmonir ny: marked the ranks degree of' fl Inebriates.Ttw will power. found 207 Baas 8U cor. Brack. N. Kiasimraee church. ATTORNEYS AT LAW yLegal
Two blocks north of Christian
gallons water. Just as they be .t the in
as soon any navy can postoffice business' of all kinds five
plant in the field ia discovered to be Orlando Fla., and I will send them in QsWae.. Tkat .Ores Net Mlsct TIle .Neal I
'. '. Free Delivery |to all Parts Infected with bacterial blight it shouldbe at government expense., As I will be. Because of Its tonic sad laxative eflect.LAXA. prompt attention. ti
: pulled and taken out of the fieldIn the only recruiting officer in that T1VB BROMO QUIMINBls betterttaa ordinary Of fleas 11 and 11 State Bank Bid*.
, t. i : of the City navy Oalnlne sad does sot cease a--..- awrtaclaa Pat Johnston- O. P. Garret Klsslmme. Florida. '
, some receptacle to prevent spreadIng part of Florida for awhile to come, so ; U....... Xamembcr the Ml name and .
the germs. Then r tshould eitherbe if .the young men withes to come to took'- tor tie slaaatara of K. .W. OBOVB. .V.. JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
burned or burled very deep Rotation '
r Pile Cured la o to 14 Day
of. is In which ?
crops necessary Ton d........ Will ...... mossy M P4Z0
neither Irish potatoes or ''eggplant Office 10, 11'and 12 Citlcen Heal OINTMKNT .... te rare ..,- .* ..........
should be allowed. In the' bacterial BuildingKlaelBsmee. nll.d.Blaedls/or Protrsdlsg;riles leeteUtUr*.
alight:there is a dark gUmmy substance Fla. The ant applUetkai. alma ..sea. meet. .....
r likely to deposited in the FAVORITE: FERTILIZERS:

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The first week in May has officially been set aside by OUR BOYS A '"LIZZI "
.'* Kvrrr Friday., ; : :! One

t,' ."rfle> I. 'IYll.t (j... le llnlldl. Klsslrsee! vleh.lan. Governor Sidney J.. Catts as'vBaby Week," and has also Receives Ieetructns l From Governor_ (Continued from Tag ) Tcs, dear friends, it is:trv-'J'thllt our

,W. IIAIIHIH ... K. 0. "ANIii AUI\"IO". Ovsers. been Do designated by too Government Children's Bureauat Carts that Vagrancy Law*'Be from( ilon-tick infested< cows. Give enterprising( fellow townsmen, Henry
strictest attention to the o king Lijrhtsey! and Fred Gilbert, once :
MO1IITX KdHor.i your upon
__ MAX r. :
,,, l Enforced
Washington. ,_ Rigidly There i
-- Telepaoae J ? of over-supplies for the table. a time-as a fable starts-were the .

,' "Baby Week" was observed.last, year1-for the 'first are instance where good ,human food proud Twmessors of n brand now. tin1'Lizzie" \
,. to relieve tit dearth of ''more likely to with all the "
1niordor to the animals or "trimming,
JI lime- and was observed in -tateB and hundreds of .. Cattn lies nodded. nilHherlffa goes It
,>' '. many: / that his tU'sIra that th,- the garbage can. We should learn to hasn't been-so lon
elite',!. This year it is expected that the week will be observed Iowa ap-alnat" VfturnntH IK- enforced.Sheriff eat econ mically. We should bo proud a bargain to say the least-300 trolden-
Ingrain has rec.Ivad such notice , to tM most service ducats < .she cost and
r> learn how get s till we all know
in state'' in the and in 1 which Is printed c nnccdon -
every practicallyevery it'rff: command, re
with lnl matter. In- from everything at our the intrinsic value of such a "critter,"
f city, town and village. The chief purpose of "Bab y Cram alaten that he will rigidly "nforca membering to keep in mind that con. Within 'n short stretch of time our
tile laws i'ferr"1 lo. und that. rvatlon, of resources in the real friends abov ,"..fer red' tof "raised ,:
8 Week" is educational. Lectures will be given by child'ex within three days from Ills datiV ill the
While "
we are
".. loafers or vilicrantH Oxcenlu. (t'<>|iny.InrludlnK -rittenjrth. of ;la nation. ante and displaying great business
perts-to mothers everywhere-Informing "them as "to all without vlxlbli iil nn( of agitating! "production as a patriotic ability "prot": $340-=-1>ut, alasl-now
) aupport, will be Klv,*n .It.utl.n, b1'himself should also Rive our most "
", O how babies duty we \ tHey "ain't rot nuffln -Lizze! took'
to feed 'and raise their and free clinics will and force of doputl "conserve
Tallahassee April, ?3; 1117. 'closest consideration to an abrupt departure a<*comninf art" yi be established for the week in the large cities where Hon. K U. Inftram lrlher1IY; Klaalmnivo, lior." pn nvt horded "escort" from the great :;

.: PR mothers take- their babies free examination Flo. Governor; Carts SeU: Example: i city on the St. Johns -her ''native "
can for ad .My l>ear Sl-r. I nm ncloaliiflr von :
: i e herewith copy of it apt rot rMflulutlonn As has been noted within the past home Ajui.beli.eve .me, bovs, th re'* :''
I vice and treatment. It is !hoped; that in this. way1 thou ) |>tenV liy the Marlon CuunwAgrlcultu few days our chief executive is setting some peeved people around these 'dig.
.ub.erlptlo! .. n...... sands of babies who otherwise might die, will be savedto 1 Florida CommltteQ <*f MHI-IOM a (rood example that the entire e-inV. while in Jacksonville a modern.,

! Y JCopy. One Tear _______. ______________-a'._____.12.00 cort.. of the labor 4nndHfonit in citienship of the state- would do well ized "Raffles" is In the bas tit e., after' ,
r gn. Copy, Six fcloiith ____ ,______ _._.___________n_/1.UO our state and nation. In Florida-the Woman's Clubs this slats complication In the to follow. He has prevailed upon the confessed to "
: ___ __ __.. :rh'ho : having a systematic
One Copy Three Month-: ______. _- .75 food t and that havebeen of Tallahassee to suspend the
will) this educational mayor "kleptomaniac" tin Lizzie
the stale- carry on : campaign brought on Incident to the entryof campaign+
from 'our authorised correspondents this country Int6 Ituropcnn operation of a city ordinance and al- which is most unique in all its
All communicationnt troubles phases, ;
in \
and several cities the clinics will be established where mansion.Governor ,
4 i must be qed t>V the writer 1 ntn calllnir" your attention to the 1"0vl.lnna low him to keep a pit at the ''To make a long story short -H-enry "

c Itelected matter will not be returned unless called fur child specialists can be conducted.To ( of Staluteaiof Chapter S670 Florida and 35.71 ns amend-of thelenirnl Catts forthwith purchasedtwo and Fred read an advertisement re. '
; : In the Postofflce at K ..lmm..e, Florida a. insure "Baby Week in Florida" a practical success by Section (720 Acts nt 1H07: oleo a recent hogs and is feeding them waste his cently in a paper published ,"someiwhere" ; .:&;
second olio: ' act paaaed at this aenalon of the and raising his own pork. lie has in tho
matter.) northernpart of
i the Children's Home of Florida. "Florida'sGreatest the
Society irlHlaliire imposing a fln. and tax on vegetable patch going and will plant
1 all I state in which a brand new up-to-date
solicitors and recruiting a .nl.. the ;
Charity'-'will! put on a campaign"and appealfor flv" to other food products; as
APRIL 27, 1817 purpose nt which I net la to prevent thetransportation 'acres Ford was 'out on sale for $300. They
-; --- good family homes'for homeless, orphan abandoned of laborers from our an example of conservation he hal bought. The machine arrived in due
tate.. and it is said l is
America all the time) babies-and other children. Alas an appeal for funds to In view ..f the fact that we have. cut one meal of a The chief time, coming up to requirements.

,: conduct its great state-wide work which provides homes lamb acreaore of cultivatable land In thinking a each shelled out his. "bit" After some
this executive that people can
: I state that la not being worked by says
little the Ford was'sold
,'. '. > care and 'attehtlon for' practically one thousand helplessand reason of the fact' that ao much. of our raise theirown 'foodstuffs and they tQ R. P.
_A".O a patriot of the plow? : ,itti;: labor haa been taken out of the atate will have to do it. He is quoted as Hansen for $340. All was well!I: '
1 ; homeless kiddie. each year also an appeal for chit and. large portion of that remaining Dark clouds appeared on. the horizon
t j' 'JEven dren's clothes-for wee babies And other, children-for la not Inclined I am requesting saying that th' re is nothing better:' with the arrival of a "man" from Jax. I
that yon see that these net unless it be
are strictly than grits and sausage
.the,weather is "bone-dry. provisions, preserves, meats and:anything that children., entorcvd and that 'Florida, be. among and 'taters and both these hunting a stolen' Ford. Providence"steered"
the Arat ranks In bread and all kind of possum Mr. Man to Hanson's
from one day old on up can either eat wear or enjoy. food production.I dishes are right here for us. Commissioner place,,,
:' Baby .Week (in Florida-May 1 to 6. The Children's Home Society' Florida hopes and ex. make the further request that you of Agriculture'' McRae showed where the" Ford found in the latter;*
4 call this matter possession came to "qualifications.1Lightsey
to the attention of)111' : up
pests to secure during "Baby Week in Florida" 500 good deputies and thcon..tabl.' .... In various recently that Florida consumed' far and Gilbert 'were appealed'to.

stitch in time( saves nine." homes for homeless babies and'other children. It hopes districts of your county 'and Bee that more than it produces. For the year I No recourse. They "fell"
Plant a garden--"A: ; no persons are idling or walking the $84 worth !of food was consumed perperson i and'naturally

.' -. -__. __,_- -_,-,-_-JU.T- I- to secure $5,000 to continue!! its great work and hopes towcureCOOfboJieH street, athat would be governed under :i the production pr personranging7 "shelled out." Lizzie and
tit -,, \.w..;.Mta '-...* t.iTn., .i * '-'. : <, the vrcnl.Loo."tI..eUon1I&.7. ,,*a;,Kl()ve from 1' escort'lef ,-town.-with a 8orlption-of' ;,
cnildrenVclothes to" $25.for'thb"'difterent
; barrelsrid'pack gfef""of referred
Dutchmen to.
: : ]
"A will keep th
y regiment a day away.
? Please see that 'this letter. with the counties. party bringing: : the Ford' to Kls.
provisions, preserves meats, etc. The Home'.Society
copy of the resolutions na sent you la simmee. Not long afterward an arrest -<
appeals to every man, woman and child in Floridato published In the various papers of your Land Ownersand Fertilier Corporations made made-right party war
' 1 Exchange says "even a dog '-doesnt like his bone-dry. county that any persons as above re. Should Co-operate
,,- -i r ._ -''- 4 take some part;in the campaign and render.some aid., ferred to make lake due notice (hereof caught and after, being handed the
,: j* j yj ''i 'to '' and. arovornthemaelves. accordingly., -*.There are acres uppn! acres of vacant "third" degree, :confessed'" to' having
and appeals every church school
lodge, Sunday publicschool
Toori very truly.SIINnY land in and about Kisslmmee Large
% If want "bite" had better do' your stolen not only the Ford ,in question
you your
,. woman'dub, ladies aid society, or'-.mission'\ : J. CATTfl. land owners could come to the rescue but eleven others as well,' and in this
t "bit. . ary society or other organization tojielp secure homes for Itewldl.a by offering tracts for' cultivation as connection unfurled a scheme which

children-money, clothes or provisions.The Whereas, we, the Marlon County Ag is being done in every part of the I was unique to say the least. He would

Something to worry about The dryness of "bone. pastor of every church l in Florida is urged by the ricultural by Committee the HOArd, of have County been('"on."p.polnt..d the country.fertilier It 'corporations would not be, which amiss are for advertise in some. paper a new Ford

mlaalonera to assist the for sale. Getting an order the modern .
farmers of ,
dry/ Home Society to In >
.a preach an appropriate sermon con county to secure an Increased produc- represented in this section by distributing "Raffles' would out .nj

.. nection with "Baby: Week" Sunday, April.30th'-jue} preceding tion of food. supply In order that they points and agencies to follow with one of the go connect and*
gas wagons,
3 The prettiest flag in all the world is the American the eampaign.FURNISHING'THE. triode may thereby duty perform that has the devolved treat and upon pa. the example of Armour Fertilier Com give immediate delivery, in such a.

tnem. the ...,urtn", fit' thtm lnMtAa a.. pany of Jacksonville. This concern is systematic that
f. flag. production by the farmers of this'coun: ready -co-operate by letting com ber of the way machines although a num
; MISSING LINK try having been recognised by our mittees in that city and gardeners were by

.;.t Everybody hag a duty to perform in this struggle.. Go men president' ... one and of the all most the "other vital that.'on-thinking; have fertilizer in small packages say with owners the, the purloiner matter was of difficult catching and up

.1J At the recent meeting of the Central Dixie Highway fronts It In this hour of peril and Is 50 or 100 pounds at the ton rate, provided the "gentleman" made ,
to ItI! one upon whlcb Its safety and the suc the committee establishes a central good up until
Association in Orlando, Osceola county came within an cess of our arms may depend;,, and. the date of the above tory.
supply depot and to the retail
. see
Whereas, the farmers
of Marlon So, p.-entli' reader if .
:f'' The old oaken bucket that hangs 'by the well is not ace of I losing its designation as a portion of the Central county fully realise the responsibility. distribution. The seed men .of that after of the you are
one of
'was that rests upon them, and are wllllnll'to section of the state products ,the-
Dixie Highway route. This caused by the failureof are cooperating as
"bone-dry. do their utmost to great Henry at a bargain boat
serve their coun price : ;
t well
J by delivering seeds and fertiliers
f that county continue its brick'paving from Kissinv try In this hour of peril. In this or any in bcforo you leap, else the same experi.

,t. mee southwestward to the Polk county line. That is today personally can t but cultivate are but rnt.n.r'I: :? Plant any quantity desired. e-ic lefailing our two well-known citixtn -
1: To bear the Star Spangled Banner I is an honor; to ? Everything and EverywhereWe
: he worst piece of highway between'Jack.onvitle and tlely small portion of land; and.Vher..a. must plant everything and *-of course, they're goin' to dcny
\ .
i sacred trust. an Increase In production it be
} own, a I ---.nay your lot .i Well.
Fw Wg Tampa. The alternative route is through Lake county necessitates and requires an Increase. everywhere it will grow or next year
In labor and this under the present this time the food problem will be ab-
and then down into Polk to Lakeland in a northerly and conditions-Is LAYMAN'S MEETING

g: Census figures'show that there 'are 2,446 Germans: in southerly direction.\; This road is going to be built,' any secure fact It steady being Impossible or Impossible consistent to to work obtain control from; or In face solutely absolute unsolvable starvation.and. the Will.we world will do Next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clockat

ro the State of Florida. way'but it was up to Osceola to take quick action in order such labor as can now be employed a our part! We shall see. It is a fatt, the Methodist Sunday school rooms.

. to hold its title to the Dixie Route. A bond issue of from large time portion to time of ,the neglecting labor laying the"; off which we should carefully consider, Come out and join us in an hour's de.

1 Orange City Junction has been suggested aa'a "logical" $100,000 i is. now proposed and will soon be voted ,on. and leaving mules and plows Idle at crops the that more than 30 per cent of American otional invited.serioe. Devotional AH men I and boys cor.dially

: expense of the farmer, cod that no increase homes allow profligate extravagance .:: .Committee. .
to the capital.. effort
'fr' place move
i of Kisslmmee
Every is going to be made by the people In acreage crop can be planted ana waste. Temperance in .
under the present condition with en- scatter a few months and and
roads enthusiasts in Osctola already any peace
good assurance to the. farmer that he will tertainment food and drink is likely plenty reign>, again It would still be
Pay your poll tax' and participate in the $100,000 say that the bond issue Is carried.. If it Is carried, by the harvest have sufficient It. hands, , to care for' and to become no longer an ethical question worth the personal sacrifice in the

'I' good roads bonding election in June time the work is done Polk county"will have ready its It being; now a matter of the utmost among this class but a grim im. patriot mand civil pride which this

\ \ roads Lakeland and this will difficulty to secure sufficient work to position of war.. The remedy is at common interest would
"" sand asphalt leading Into cultivate. .the- ordinary acreage and hand! That it is up to Osoeola county bring.

Spuds in.this section show phenomenal yield and record complete the missing link in a continuous hard-surfaced I for these our conditions farmers to render fulfill. It Ir. 'pen"Ible to feed herself is apparent and it

.c prices are making the fanners happy. hglhway between Jacksonville and Tampa. This oughtto tlons that rest upon them.their' however obllara* is up to every. citizen young or old, Classified d Advertisements
i keenly. them. feel. to do his her
\ be accomplished before another year passes.-St'. Aug that may them. Further or duty, and at the same
as.this conditions'exists not only time to the business .
Many 'a mother seye s'I:;: didn't''r 1 iWrny,Lpyto; 1;e:'u : u tlne' Record. the In this entire county nation and now state, therefore, but all be'aver It capital up and credit for, men the farmer to furnich: FOR SALE

he Resolved, by the Marlon County these strenuous times. Fine little suburban home of'two larger
soldier; when our eounby': ne d him will .do| h1 'dutyof Ag>
rtcultural ,
";".;..,_11..1..c.. 'i'4!.''11'4kaflu''e., 1i! .". ;'Manatee has a.citizen who came to Florida .thirty-five; First! That Committee the governor: of -this Let every one join in this effort in .street on and corner joining fronting; fiveacrearm.on Roller. '. .

_. yeaflTago'for"his health. Today the gentleman over state be requested. to see. that the va. which we have everything to pain"and Several varieties of fruits bearing
Some men who are among the "can-drink-or-let-it- grancy laws be vigorously enforced by nothing to lose. Should the war clouds splendid bungalow home. with water
102 of ha having the distinction' of Wing the the sheriffs. lights and ,
years age, of the respective counties phone. Rood barn, garage
alone" class are losing sleep over the "bone-dry" ]Jegis'Jation. -! oldest in South FI rida. Some boost for the climatic in 'order that Idle persons who. produce. chicken "rrAn""men&IrrhraUGn
man nothing;, but are a mere burden upon expedient to give the utmost possible plant and flnoi, little farm
i conditions of the Land of Flowers. the community, shall bear their portion r..llpt. iimle at .160. on most favorable
?f the work of supporting this I nation Third: That Congress h.. requested terms. Here you have city ..advan.
n this hour of'peril. Further, that the to Investigate thin question and to taxes, with I freedom of country life.
{. Representative N. C. Bryan of Osceola, i I. making Don't worry about your orange groves just now, but governor. b. requested to see to It that frame, and pass suCh law am may lx Many othnr splendid farms, homev
the sheriffs of the several counties necessary to empower the administra. and Investments. _
if record at Tallahassee of which his constituents are plant every foot of ground you own or control to good enforce. all laws relative. to vigorously the lion give relief to the farmer. of this' NELSON REALTY CO.-

1, proud. crops, such as onions, Irish potatoes sweet potatoes, corn soliciting Second: or that interfering the. legislature with .labor.of this country the obligations and to enable that them-to they owe perform to It r'OK ItKNT-Six or seven month., the

and the like. Large land'owners should see to it that state. be requested. to give this matter : nnd i our allies log house furnished on golf grounds
Fourth: That ooples-of thin lake shore. Cool
their earnest attention and resolution breeses for the-
J' Uncle.Sam. is ii in a class all by himself; :When.he cane every foot of availablfland is planted to something tion 'and that they draft and considera pass such be sent to the Koernor, our representative warm months Apply J. B. Clark. !$-*

borrow seven billions without batting an That's I additional measures. as they may deem In" the legislature and In conTAMPA'S -., y -
eye. going eat., gross ; Foil H.VI.R Twenty fine. whit leghorns -
ri 'I- Borne. One. dollar each. Apply to M.
Tiller ntt
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The Board of Trade's action in getting the council to o"'oo.oo"oo'oooooo.ooooo. o ooo..o.
oooo.too Foil HAI.
K 120
acres clau
The American flag is the eymbol -of the brotherhood encourage home-gardening by giving reduction. in. the : land within one-half mile city limits;

{ I ref man;' it stands for courage. ,' for chivalry, for,.generosity water rate for 'htis purpose is commendable. Many a BEST MO per acre. Box i.S, Kissimmee18tf"

a and honor. citizen Would engage In backyard farming operations
't' were not the present water-rate) almost prohibitive. our office at 7:45: a. 'm. returns at .S
i Bay View' Hotel p. m. Fare one way ad cents; round
i Between the Miami Metropolis and Governor Catts,,' trip 75 cents (except. Sunday).
the great Manufacturers' Record is giving the state a Patriotism in time of peace and patriotism in time llreakcr-Barclay Realty Co. 17-tf

e great deal of advertising. of war'are different propositions. If you are an able- The "Hotel For Our Home TWO' NJCE COTTAGES for- ...1.. Ss..

t bodied man give your services to your country in time'of '.> People J. R. gilbert, owner. t1=t

r need., Show your patriotic spirit not by mere talk, but FreproofConstruction-Efficient Service...Mcdci GENERAL FARMING Is profitable' In
Had a charter, 'board. been elected at the general-city n F ;tf: p ; Florida To know Florida's possi

+ t r lelection'ae( was proposed, much of the present powwow by action-that's what counts. ment-Moderate Rate bilities raising, for dairying live stock, fruit and and poultry truckandwHome.eeker

,j"" would have been obliterated. e' Florida Farmer-
,Policeman Byles of Tampa has been suspended for : C. H. JEWETT, Mu. subscription. t5 cents.Blx months Sample* copy trial

I alleged mistreatment of his spouse while in uniform: . free.. Address Florida Farmer and
'ij' Poor old Wa rWIcont.Put..out of business! The .0.0..0'.0.0. 00. ;
: . .... 0 0 00'0 000 Kv Homesteeker.Box 180 .
officials of :
Some months he was whitewashed by city cuk.onnlIl-
sr : >annual ''pilgrimages are going to be knocked out by Col. ago Fla
the Cigar City on the charge of clubbing Tom Rust, a
'i I ,Bone-Dry. The world "do" DWELLINGS for '' ,
move. (
_ visitor, at the. Union Station .. ..... .o.o. o..o..oooo..o.oo..'. ', Tiller.: Apply, ; to .11
'1 Ife .
.1 I Li; A whole lot of noise i I. being made about Governor LAnI:M--T am giving away a fine

t i s; ,iCatta trying to, get a relative :out :of trouble. 'Who Build a bulkhead! If you cannot get the property-; NOTICE TO to Morris.... Cream Chair of for Rice.1 distributig6dos.' 'Writs at ..

'1' wouldn't do likewise; if the occasion arose.. .' -. owner to agree onlthe; $160,000 scheme advanced, take TAXPAYERS \ C. '>'Itoblnson. ' 1307. .Archer. ;. Ave.rfnlcass v., ..,

I. up"some other line of action which would not entail the '

:'expenditure'';of so much money, but bulkhead by all FOR 'RHNT "- Five-room furnished!
.. County Judge Murphy ig determined to stop illegal ,house close! In 14 per week. E. B.
selling of liquor; Handing out 'a sentence of means! : 'Wells I Insurance Real Estate,
$500 and 104 Possiel Ave. Pone:: 142. '"- -7-tf
'ixty the bastile ought to have effect
i An esteemed contemporary says: After the Allies get : Taxpayers .are hereby FOR equipped SAL.B with--Hteam' all modern laundry,machin-fullr

Decorate back-yard their loan of $3,000,000,000 some .of us would like to borrow : ery; doing good business.. Owner'*
your products. Don'tdepend
personal attention Is with
upon your aeighbot to supply you with food articles _thirty cents with a view of negotiatingjtor' the purchase ' notified that .the usual other Interests. Writ orcall and
of *. couple of potatoes." *.. : ) see plant In operation.-/: F:! Krlt,
+q for which you will have to pay an enormous price. Klsslmmee. Fla. : :lit!'

FOR BALM-Ix>t 6, block 10,"' In' Dons.gan's .-
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'Whlle"' you are decorating'the front'of ;your homes Kissimmee. evidently needs a new city charter. Thetaxpaytra penalties. will be added.toall' subdivision to N. Kissimmee.,
I Menry James Saik.
should be'conroltpd however in framing such Brock/ .
with,,flags and bunting, don't forget that you can also : : ." '

how your patriotism by decorating backyards with document before the ,Legislature. i* asked:to. pass upon : :*...Taxes' OLD PAPIIIRa .'
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your ;
"" -' "**"*o-" '* " -- '' \ 'remaining FOR sALID-IOe A nTIK
regetable garden'' this important matter; : BI.B- Oood i for wrapping ..
IJL etc. Apply at Valley dasette.lOtf

Fashion note say "Men's trousers ''will' have full : ti f: .,* delinquent after 1st. : WANT to make trade of some kind for
action 'of .
? The the Mothers-Teachers Club in purchasing ,. t May: an a.urnMi.bU"vAddreM Wm. K. Bar-'
m large United State flag for display on the grounds pocket this spring",,'' More disappointment for him who : : West Patrick Street or general.
1 1r cltr. late
'W the Osceola County High School is commendable; to for various feaeons'lnnst. wear leg; adornments, of,,\tlast : .. 'J: i ,
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year's vintage.' + RENT-Flvroom. '
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,ay the,leant ...' ." ',.. : .house, raodern. close lap rcasonabl 'T16Sf O-'
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adding : ., ,.. I ; .,.1 1'<: .., .L. BANDY (
Back-yard rardnnfnr will be the mean of to WANTEliA- '
J ''It Isr nnoonced that"tha policy d the war departmqnt '' I tract of Un productiveness. .. part r er entirely, !
U to discharge 'from .errice' at the end .of/the the commonKy'i : ,. V Collector Osceola ferkblr,wlOiout improvement State sr.-.
r ..1WII.t's County slse. ___t. of
: cleared land eiact
'prctwnf .m Tf, tiey! all men who hays enlisted in the reg- = > *,>,,',.. solar the declaration of and all who now In a name-father of "bone-dry" measure U .,.. '.' i, "'r."" .. i; H ,from poMMAoxaad railroad nation,
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named Wells.. rl > '? ,'-' .1 .J' b. " ,_ .. .prlcej and trtn. AddrouRarmon*.

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J r -:: About* f f 700 ''pairs. of ,Shoes. were received.',this week'a,: ',added( to) our k.

of ,Shoes = Shoes, will continue to advance
H already large stock Knowing' that . ',I

we' bought our Shoes 'in, advance, four or five' months ago when

__ ,.TIIIOATHIB_) they were;very 'much lower than we could buy, them now, so we are .going -'

for Week April 28 the benefit of lucky buy.
Program to customers
Commencing . ._ give our , our ,.f
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Commencing 'Matinee Saturday, 3:30 p. ''m., Continuous Night Performance .
Starting 7:00 O'clock.PROGRAM __' ...... 7-:=--=C -==-- ... '

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Saturday, .Blanche Sweet in "The Tides of Barnegat" Everything ;',,. Everything

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Mari; Pickford MONDAY in '- Pauline- WEDNESDAY Frederick in In Shoes In ShoesBUT

.. Behind the Seene, "Sleepin ., ,
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Dustin Farnum TUESDAY bi Dustin THURSDAY Farnum in BUT FEET FEET

7he Virginian" "Captain Courte.,." ,

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PARAMOUNT PICTURES Extra Good Quality ,.Men's Gun Metal BLACKI'' Women's Plain Toe

Women's Misses' WHITE. and Shoes
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and Children's Gun Tan Oxfords Shoe '
Shoe Rubber Heels] ,
I. II Metal and Patent

-' Leather Baby Dolls. POLISH $3.00, $3.25, POLISH 2.49 $2'00'oo There was a baptism service at the Women's $2.50 $4.00
Christian Church Wednesday evening. $3.50,

Weather Report i ,The Crepe Quality de Chine Store. Camisoles. '98c, at Children and $2.19, '$1.98 lOc 1 ( and ,$4.50 lOc 1.. and $1.75 .

,"'Fm"-, ., .. '. Yr TIndal of.Deer"Park-was.,iubusU.ness .: .. ' "' -...".- "..... : '
visitor here Monday.v :Women's' Canvas Oxfords; ;: '- "'$1.251.35, 1.45,1.49,1.75, i.98 and+2.25.v. ,

Following and precipitation are dally temperatures a* reported -- .' Father Fox of Orlando made one of Children's Canvas Oxfords and Shoes, . 75c, $1.00, 1.25, 1.35 and 1.50

by Government stationat > his regular visits to the city Saturday.The . and 2Oc the pair, white, and;fancy colors. -

Kissimmee fo- the week.. ending ( latest popular Sheet'_Music . .. 'Children's'Socks15c... "
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:Thursday, April demonstrated by phonograph the .
Mat Mln. Rain Palace Drug Store.M. -
Friday ..- ___-89: 66 M. Steward of St. Cloud, whos PHONE
67 ( connected with the First,National STORY'S
Saturday .. ...91 '
Bank, spent Saturday here.* I '
' Sunday ?. ...i...89 65 For your complexion's sake use I 22 22 ,

Monday .. ..__81 61 .30 Nyal's Face Cream with peroxide.

Tuesday -.._.88 67 Palace Drug Store., :

Wednesday ..87 66 Capt. n-: M. Breaker has purchaseda NEXT DOOR TO POST' OFFICE

Thursday ,.. ..88 67 five-acre tract near the Orlando road j
: and will have it put In cultivation. I
OO""tO'O'oo," " Mayor S. J. Cadel left"Wednesday,

for Tallahassee to be away several -
Fir Insurance. See A. E. Drought. day! on important business ..matters.' } .Porter of this with Owing to the inclement weather-
A. D. Gilbert moved his family' this Plant a garden and-have your Mrs M. I. city I
Ladles please remit at once. Miscourt Lieut. Lee' Jarell has returned from week to the Booth place, corner Main shoes fixed by A., A.,Wits. That's real. Mrs:", Powers and Mrs. Sheldon of Sunday night the interesting services
Bronson. Fort White here he went few
to attend the of days, and Vine streets, where be will en- patriotism./ Ashtabula, Ohio arrived here Monday at the Various churches Were .not
: wedding a
Candies at sis
arrived Whitman's ago
Just !gage in raising poultry on an extensive Demonstration Agent B. E. Evans ,with Mrs. Porter' grandson, Roy largely attended. At the First, Bap
the Palace Drug Store. ter.An scale left Sunday for Mobile, where he was Starkey, for a visit with relatives.Mrs. tilt the ordinance baptism was con
Miss Mary Simonton of Micanopy auto party from Sanford, who the asked to appear before the Gulf Coast Sheldon and Mrs. Power left ferred upon Attorney W. J.. Steed,
W Griffin
Ella Mae Gil were dinner guests! at the Graystone, J;: J. and C. returned witnessed
i" the shiest of Miss WestPalm Horticultural Association, in annual Wednesday for their home. They which ceremony was by
week ftom
bert. i ifi' werel Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Foster, Dr. early part of the. deliver- Mr. of friends of the copular
!, Mrs. J. ; Beach, where they were' called convention assembled, to an were accompanied by Starkey, scores you *
and K. Mulligan. .
,,,.. "Try tM new Sanitary Fountain at' by the death of their brother-in-law address on the "Individuality in Citrus who is en route to Cleveland. barrister:
the Palace Drug Store. Miss Mary Simonton of Mlcanopy lethe businessman Trees." He will return some time during -
Frank Sheen, a prominent ,
attractive of Miss Ella Mae
Men's Silk Caps oOe and $1.00 at guest of that city. next week. Before coming home ... .. ... .. .. -
Ewa Store. Gilbert at her home on Main streetShe Mr. Evans will look after th interests II" "'" "'q 1fW'" U--. -- "'ill iI- .. --..- .. ,..- ... .
Quality arrived Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. lIon of DeLand of, the local Boys' Pig Club, which he si
is here from the in' the with friends.
H.; Reis scent city
Mrs. M. Sunday
Mrs Elima S. Cronk, who spent the organized, and purchase
".' East Coast, visiting her daughter, winter here with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Mr. lion is superintendent of the Stetson fine stock for the'organisation.Mrs. .. ',
t. Mrs. Duke. Bandy, has' returned to her home at estate the I electric light and ice .,J. W. Steed and son, Arthur, I
and of the trustees of the !
'. Mrs. T. M. Murphy spent several Estherville, Iowa. plants university of one that city.. O' were In the city Sunday from DeLand. Shoes Shoes Shoes .
hours between trains in Orlando
Mr. and Mrs.: L. 11. Hamlin, MissesJulia They cairns for the purpose of being
Attorney L. C: Massey one of the .
Thursday. Pomeroy and Eelma E.'Johnston lights 'present at the Baptist Church on
Dudley L. pros- motored down from Orlando Supday most prominent legal in Florida that night, when Attorney W. ..
manufacturer is here from in attend-
perous cigar wag here for a few hours. Steed, son and brother, was received
e Tuesday on a business trip. Col. J. II. Vick, prominent Orlando ance upon the circuit; court. Judge by the ordinance of baptism.J. .
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Massey was welcomed by his hosts of Spring and Summer Footwear. .
: ; Attorney Fred Hampton of Tampa citizen, formerly sheriff of Orange friends, who are always pleased to M. Crafton, who suffered a broken .
' was among the many visiting lawyers county, was in the city greeting meet him. '' I leg a few days ago in an automobile .... ', *
Kiislmmee this week. accident the Orlando ad, is .. '
in friends afternoon.
Tuesday on Have I I
& Among the prominent visitors to i yye { ., ,:
nicely. It ,
New line Ladies' Collars at. The Attorney W B. Craw- reported as getting along > ,* ,
Prosecuting the city is Judge. J. W. Perkins ofDo- toK&r ; "" ,'.. ,' '' ,. 'Ujh: will be several weeks, however, beforehe ... t.. \'' ...>*>
',Quality Store. ) I'I"1\ f'f';vs :\\ ford has gone to Tallahassee on legal Land her for the purpose of .will, be able to resume his dutiesat ''Shoes 'for .every'.'memfolsr'of''t 1. y. J'' .
"s. D. Decker, a well known; attorney mutters and pleasure combined. lie over the spring term of the circuit .
of St. Cloud, spent Tuesday in I will be absent for several days.. ''I court. The eminent jurist is no the Osceola Hardware Company.
the city on legal business. The City: Tax Books will close the stranger in Klssimmec, and is receiving Scarcity of barrels has hindered tho,!

M.... L. )(, Marsh of Avon Park, third Monday in May.' Pay up.before / a most cordial welcome. shipment, !; of potatoes" here who during has the Complete array of
Sarah John- that date and avoid the penalty. J. It. week. Sheriff Ingram, some '
visited her mother, Mrs. Following the suggestion!: offered in
of in this
son, for a few days last week Gilbert, City Clerk. 19-4t a recent i issue of the Gazette, the city\ of vicinity the biggest,reports patches. much ,trouble spuds in getting 1\'e l's.'L'ow. Cut Summer Shoes; elegant+

Rev.' Smith Hardin, presiding elder Jack Whidden, who recently sold h's authorities are constructing a cement I the receptacles, as well aa E. L. Footwear, for Ladies, Misses and ,Children .
of the M. E. Church of this district, rattle and ranch at Cabbage Bluff, on covering over the reservoir of the municipal ; Lesley Dr. Hyatt and others. I K is '
,was here from Orlando Tuesday. the Kissimmee river, is spending some water plant. The cover will be I expected that a shipment will be received ; Great Display of White Kid and
time here his ,brother Lewis thirty-six feet in diameter, And so constructed .
New lot Fern Waists, $1.00 each, at visiting In'a few days. when the shipping -
"' The Quality Store. Whidden.Mr. thAt ths.tank cannot 1 1)1' tam. I of potatoes will commence in Canvas Shoes. ,.
Mr. And Mrs. Orin Lawrence left for .'and Mrs. F W. Smith, Mr. and pered with in any shape, except by the earnest. The yield Is reported a* be. .
Sioux City, la., to spend the summer Mrs. C. B. Ross and their son, John, superintendent or other officials: of the ing very heavy. Dr. C. L. Hyatt being ="= :--.asrr! -_. .
She will return here about December. were a plell1lintauto party from De- plant. authority for the statement that
Hon. J. H. Jones, state's attorney, Land who were dinner guests at the Mrs. Geo. Donegan and famliy, re- ho harvested eighty-two barrels per Straw Hats '
the Orlandoites Graystone Sunday siding here for the past three years, acre from his patch for which he received i
';,: is here among in.attendance prominent upon circuit court. Alta Ruth Overstreet'', who has been leaves this week to make their homein an average of $7 a barrel. The
ill for time is Alabama.! Mrs. Donegan has won I name report is being mach: by farmersall 'sizes
critcially some reported Most complete'variety shapesand
,:,.'..' Dr. and Mrs. Julian King were noted as now being on the road to recovery many friends here, who regret very' over the community. -

.";:, among"the few many hours Orlando in the city people last much to the delight of the little much to see her leave. Miss Lorsne The Stout Lumber Company, always styles. Up-fo-the Minute Goods, Prices, '
pending a lassies' friends. being very popular with the younger I looking forward to ndyr ncing the in.> .
,l' \ Tuesday.The Marion Farmer and Edward Newton set, they will feel, *the loss yery.keenlf. tciesta; of the- mmunlty, has com- Are Right
:, City Tax Books will close the .S. S. Griffin,' the hustling' realtor Tihmente'1 the Klggimm'e Board: of ?
'i have to Lake City on a visitto
} '; third Monday in May. Pay up before friends.gone' They formerly went to and /general enterprising' spirit of the Trade,,with a larke office table, a .. _: -' :,
'cl' thnt date and avoid the penalty. J. R. his of their ,'and which is ,
Beautiful plant
college, at,that point: The young men City ,,was greeting many product s
)l Gilbert, City Clerk. iS-4t .will be away for several days. friends on our streets duriug the early not only a beauty from the standpointof '
:f Mrs. B. C.' Dutton and baby left Mrs. Mary Burt and Miss Sarah part of the week. Mr. Griffin; was very I workmanship, but a welcome addition H. C. STANFORD COMPANY :
Saturday to join her hatband atWau- .Glotfelter, who have been spending enthusiastic on the capital removal to hte furnishings of the commercial -
chula, where'they will make their project and r said that''Orlando would body's headquarters. The donation ; .
winter at recent
Clearwater were
home. it if such is possible., was accepted with a vote of '
guests of Mrs. Robert Glover., Miss .get Fertilizer'Worksof thanks at the-last meeting/ of the "Old, Reliable Shoe Dealers'of.O.ceola COURt,:',. '
Mrsv. F. Bell, of Fellsmere spent! Glotfelter Is Mrs. Glover's niece. The Cpe-Mortimer
t Sunday in the city the guest of Mr. Jacksonville, one of the biggest I Board. .
residence Beau- "
i and Mrs. J. F.'Stevens, Beaumont and mont The and Fox:Patrick streets, corner, which was concerns in'the st.ati.ha opened a distributing Al. Huppel, one of the leading of business the-I fefe ..*fe ,>.. Patrick streets. / depot in Kissimmee for the I man of member
.s badly damaged by fire some time ago, sections. have enterprising firm, of., Huppel Bros.,
attorney surrounding
the well-known I
Milton Pledger, has been rebuilt Arnold X 4 MacDon- I '
has returned from Tallahassee oujfh having had charge of the work. taken charge of the old Graves warehouse spent Saturday in this section on buslI .
i for
Mveral on which has been remodeled."' J. I ness. He has'secured the agency E '
where he days
Miss Emma Van Buren left Tues sfl
T. Burkhalter is manager of the local the Willard Storage Battery servicefor ,
{ legal business.A. for her home in Fulton N., Y. .
day ,, and sales of Orange, Osoeola and
business ,
S S . Hlerle of Park Gardens is mar- after spending the winter in Florida. many I counties, and was giving this his at- '"
the products. :
keting his crop of rutabaga,.turnips at For the past week she has been the company's tentkm. lIe has made arrangementsin Visit Our Library ,
two cents 'per pound f, o. b. at guest of her cousin, Mrs. E. B. Snod- Judge J. H. Cowley and wife of this city for that service with
Kissimmee for shipment to New York. grass. I Lansing, Mich., who hlyve!, enjoyed the Mach Bros., Lupfer &: Prather, and .
The City Tax Books. will close the Mrs. Ed. Lancaster and baby left' winter in Kissimmee at the home of Griffin's Garage. On the trip Mr. BOOKS RENTED'M !'

third Monday in May. Pay up before ,this week for an extended visit with' their old-time friends (A. S. Nelson), I Huppel was accompanied by his wife, 1BBBBB>*B>M*JB1BJ11111111MM1111111MBBBMB11M *. ,
v that date and avoid the penalty J. K. started for their home Thursday well known people were cordially "
I relatives at Plant City. While there and and these I II ': :
Gilbert, City Clerk.: 19-4t she will be present at the graduation morning, accompanied by Clyde received by,their many friends lOc' A WEEK, I 4
H. left Thurs, exercises of her sister. Miss Violet Grace Nelson. They are driving this vicinity. '
The Rev. C. um\n\ rs through in their fine Pilot car. _They I In. III .. ,
r M. day to take an active part. in the 'missionary Gilbert. will stop in St. Augustine, Macon,i\' 'Fine' Watch and Jewelry Repairing ," '
institute held at Haines Cityon Mrs. C. W. Griffin, who has been at Hendersonville, Washington, thence to STORY STORE RECEIVES A *

that. ,date and at Lake Wales on a-hospital in'Tampa''for some ,time, Philadelphia, where they will visit BIG SHIPMENT OF STYLISH ,.' ,a Specialty.
Friday.Mr. and who underwent an operation ill Donald Cowley, who left college in ,
and'Mrs.: R. D. Guice have received reported as convalescent, which will Detroit to serve.his country, and is on SHOES FOR:"ALL FAMILY"The ,, '
R word that a fine baby girl was be good news to the host,of? -friends ci f a training ship.' .The Judge and his Dr.' H. L'Cele. Opioaetrit, will be at ki
born to their daughter, Mrs. Lee Hamilton the estimable lady wife proud of their grandson.The Story'Store hal received one of .
'at their. home in; Georgia 1 on Mrs. T. J.'Burkhalter 'left Tuesday Judge are very served three years and the largest shoe shipments. on record _. 7 ataal place ta tab establisliaieBt every' TB S- '

April 13. ? for Atlanta, Ga., to be with her sister, nine months in the war of the rebellion for a single lot In this city for some f ..". to Meet ki* friead and patieaU.
r Miss Elsie Norton, the popular and Mrs. R. D. airman, who will undergoan 'Next they will stop 'at Pitts- time." In order to make room for the
obliging delivery clerk'at the postof- operation.. Mrs. Fairman resided and summer footwear,
AI burg, where the Nelsons will visit stylish spring
t flce windows, spent Friday on 'avisit here for some time and her many Scott and Margerybell Sanders. the handsome business place has been WW.:E. SANDERSON & CO. ,
to relatives and friends at Dun. friend will regret to learn of.her Mness. ; Thence to Detroit where the Cowley rearranged In.many ways,. and the .
dee. eldest con lives} thence to their homein wares are displayed in such a manner .; JEWELERS
. Arnold A MacDonald, 'contractors, Tom Price and J."H.. BockhoIL Lanslns 'The Cowlevs.,excellent as .is convenient and ptaesig! to the ,e ', 'Successors' to ., .'
have secured, the Job of,erecting a inently. connected with- -the Armour people and made many warm',friend.he..wMwill !eye. Ik matter not what kind of foot \io --.. ,H.. O. MOWN --a. CO. .'
Urn ,warehouse at Haloes City for Company branch of Jacksonville, were heartily welcome their I need fitting'this can be done. -The of .'
the Coe-Morttmer. Fertl ia.r.Co. The la the city FridafleoU.Dc aQtfrbnaines rates eat wttenxayde JieUon-will price are In keeping with the goods, .a
trncture will be. built of iron. 40x60. eona.ct.d.'With the eompaay they likely return in about six weeks. Mist l and .especial attention I is,directed te h
Mr. MacDonald left this morning tovperrUa represent. 'TheY were guesta. at the Grace will spend the summer in Mich.Igaat the display advertisement on another. .

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: CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR, LIVER !, f St. Cloud Department ,




......... IMf T..," Starts Your Urn Tone sills! you tonight a SO Your eeny bottle druggist of or Dodson's dealer I I ,

Tin tikod.. Yd DoitUsi Liver :Tone under. my personal money- The Veterans Association met in On Wednesday,April 18th, a Japanese
Mter \back guarantee that each spoonful will 'G. A R. Hall on Saturday April 21st,'I tea was given by the Ladies

a DIJ'J wort 'clean your tluRKidh! liver better. than a'' at 2 p. m.,. with President Kenney Auxiliary at the home of Mrs. Jaques'
dose of nasty ealomel' and that It won'tmake
: presiding. on Massachusetts avenue, the lawn
you sick, Opening "America followedby was beautifully decorated .with
Feel : song rugs
Liven up your slugglah' lived _'. Liver Tone is real liver
nod by Rev. Jenkins. Minutesof and lanterns, delicious tea !
.M and cheerful make your a medicine. You'll know it next! morning Cr.yer wars
aDd lull of amnl- were read and ap and were served by the ladles I
leaaure be vigorous "because J'ou will wake up feeling fine dressed also the
[ proved. a. Japanese;
i Ion. But take no nasty, danlt'.rouealomel liver will he working| headacheand r
t because It makes you sick and your dieriawts stomach will bo Notices were given of articles lost I program was carried out:
pone Opening "America."
found. song
worlt and
may lobe a day's bowels,
you mitt and regular.
Calomel. I. mercury or fluickailvcr Comrade,'.of 113th Ohio a Reading by Mrs Francher "When
which cauers necrosis of the, bone Dodnon's IJver Tone Is entirely regoMe new arrival was introduced.A '1 the Minister Comes to Tea." a
Calomel crashes. Into sour bile like (t.I therefore li .rml"ss and can nol collection taken Essay on Japan by Mrs. J. ,G. Hill.
was amounting
It That'um\ MlivaU.. Give itt<> your HiiMn, ; Violin and banjo music by'Messrs. '
breaking up. :
dynamite to $2.60. Short talk by Comrade Mason . ;
of .1'0' DodaonVLiver
!Millions people lining
and cramping. Jones and
fed that awful nausea ( Worrell.
you ; the meeting was then turned : WRIGLEYS
Tone Instead. of dnngt'roue oalonie
Listen to me]' If you want to enjoy Reading by Mrs. Weathers'ton.Recitation .
over to the W. C. T. U who had
will tell tlm ,
now'our druggist
liver end bowrleall.llIII' '\ you -
the nicest, gentlest by Mrs. J. K. Houston.
WUltt. charge of the for the social
tako the aalu of Caloiuel U stapneu program
ever-e*: erienced juet '
you | hour. Reading by Mrs. S. E. HilU- i
t ft spoonlU of harmless Dodnon's Liver entirely here. Addreas by 'Mrs. Clara Kenney. Music by Drum Corps.' t Makes the Whole World Kin! '-,,' ;

Mrs. Marskie gave "Maud Muller asa
"The New America"Address
putting 'up what is left to drain and Song, Mrs. Silas Chiken Raiser" and "The Blue The

EVERGLADES BONDS make ,valuable that which was given by Cooke "Lay Hen." for
the axe to the root of intemperance. No climate affects it
"Star Flavor
away, is one the merit of which I have Song by Miss Willie Garner. Song Spangled Banner"Reading ::

never been able to see. Reading by D(. Emma Holloway by Mrs.. Vreeland. the package protects it Lasts :
r HAVE BEEN SOLD Only Proper Way "A. few thoughts for encouragement.] Violin music by Mr. McGill. I,
."On the other hand draining swamp Song, "Florida Going Dry. Closed"by singing "Marching Thro'Georgia. ;

f and overflowed land by a tax on the Reading by Comrade Mason "On the ,. WRIGLEV'S' to all -- v1
land benefited is recognized as proper.In Man Who Drinks." Quite a neat sum was realized for goes i

s With the .$$3,500,000 Everglades other states and has been the policy Statistical reading on dry states by a good cause. ____ of the world-in "
drainage district bond issue sold and of this state since the original act Mrs. G. H. Northrop, which was'very The. sale of the ,Blackwell place at parts I;"
the first installment of $$500,000 in the! of 1905 levying a drainage tax on this Intereltinf.anel instructive. Ash ton was reported last week to a all to all classes.-fir .. i:

i banks of the board, the work of drain land was adopted.' Song, 'Keep Rubbing. I by two woman living in Ohio. seasons, V.\

ing Everglade lands will be pushed J "Selling the bonds without putting young: ladies; ,illustrated by five Ioloscet I .J
with all possible speed. up the lands means that the 1.250,000 young: ladies washing clothes and IIKAL.TH I'RKPARKtolVKSH Fresh clean wholesome ."

T. F.'West attorney general of acres of land owned by the state In the ; hanging them up,, to dry awhile. in tint of war- : : for 1

.'" Florida, has returned to Tallahassee drainage district are saved by the Reading: by Mrs. C. A. Hoover on be prepared always prepare for war and peace-peace I delicious .)
from New York; where he delivered to state. If this land is worth $10 per "The Power of Habit. The t'1Phl just. been stirred to and always.

"h Spitzer-Rorick &: Company, the- pur. acre it means that more' than'- $10!,000- .JUrs MeUgar in_chare* of the_pro' call\Its deepest to arms. Slumbering by pafrlau"m In' --., 't
:" chasers, the first Installment of bonds 000 has been saved and no one familiar : gram deserves great credit as everyone being aroused to Its normal and proper 'digestion t1
in the sum of $500,000. with this land will say that these showed a high order of intellfi !. condition of activity and our preparedness It aids, appetite and \
are not conservative ondbded Is the' great -the day. 1t, i rc, JA NtWO1R -
figures / and firm resolve
to rubbing
pence a keep : "nl::
$3,500,000 issue
.. In "
a' Other bonds of the .' u How quickest and way may thirst '
,will be delivered and paid for 11I1 Mr.West, till Florida ts'white and dry. Several each of u. respond how may each "do -' quenches '1 E
General Welt Is being his 1 bit"I In the
Attorney in the audience short talks right "' and place and
money is required to carry on the gave with the least waste :l. and
congratulated upon his efficient work and after singing:, Star Spangled experience keeps the teeth clean '
work. adaptability, gives earnest thought to
In getting this bond issue throughand Banner." every right-minded American man and ;1
Sale Made Some Time Ago sold in order that the importantwork Adjourned until Saturday, April woman. breath sweet .
The sale of these bonds was made ; of draining overflowed Ever. 28th.. In ,the excitement. of the hour probably ,
several weeks but delivery could many of us have overlooked the ".r
taken in
ago glade lands can be up earnest -
foundation fact of personal usefulness I
91CEP Nr eta IN
not be made until a decision of the I I and to completion with the Mrs. Stevens of St. Petersburg whether In peace or war Without good i WHIG ..,.
supreme court of the state passing I least\ possible delay. It is Considered health all effort Is limited or stopped. .v r .9 .
Fla. arrived here last
I Saturday
on Disease without
fights discrimination
the bond I
the statute authorizing
f upon especially fortunate that this bond and is holding revival services in the and with relentless energy and It .+eENfe i4UM j l
f 'Issue, had been rendered. Recently work should have been successfully Methodist church. brings down the .strongest sooner or / l
the court decided the case brought to later It wages the mightiest battles -\
accomplished: at this time, when the '
Mr. J. W. Francher has been
statute appointed and It Is the ablest ally our enemiescould it'In
: test this question, holding the entire nation' is working feverishly inspector to /see that the know.In Three
valid and enforcible and a proper exercise putting under cultivation every available pavetftents every modern army* lha medical ,
of legislative discretion, and, acre of farm land in order to-in are laid all right. service Is the first, or should be, to bo Fine lix DRIVCe IN 91NGAr0aC i 't
The Priscilla will meet on Friday organised Into Mobilisation 'After
above installment efflrlencyi
as stated the first I crease the food supply needed in con first ,
afternoon at Mrs. Mary Johnson's on ramps of all must be scrupulouslySanitary flavors WRAPPI (
y, of the bonds has now been delivered. nection with tho 'w&\- the country i.I' is and clean to conserve the
of bonds author. Massachusetts avenue end ,Eighth strength of the fighting themen iN ; j
.If the amount now waging with its allies against Ger- men or every
et street; In .training. RIGL
lied Is not sufficient for completing I'
many. Wells who has been It Is essential that the men and
Mr. guest at
k the work, under the law the legirdatore Naturally ono of the greatest farmIng women and children back home must meal .,
the New St. Cloud Hotel this winter
time authorize be 1 largely self-supporting must \
can, from to time states in the union, the reclamation ; they :
this left on Monday 'or his home in Vermont not be or become a burden on the men i.\
additional bonds purpose as ; of this Everglade land will add to at the front who have their hands full 1
the money is needed and, with this Florida's immense acreage millions of of very serious affairs. In other words.It .
great project financed as it seems II acres of the moet fertile farming The P. McElroy"Auxlllray to I. Just as needful In the end that the ,
to be the work will doubt the Army and Navy' Union met .Mon army waiting and praying1 at home for
now .lands in the wo ld.-Times-Union. day afternoon in Masonic Hall with a victory shall be at Its highest physicaletncleney
mfcve along with greater rapidity than I as the army of fighters In theGeld
ever before. goodly number in attendance.Two or the camp.The val forces, supplemented with adequate .o".nlllI" HHOWINd KOHRKJW-
WHAT ISLAXFOS new recruits were mustered in, Mrs. State board of health. for almost auxiliary facilities to assist In .exterminating BORN PEOPLE IN 'LUI\lDA.'
IVp K It Is pretty well! understood that the Elliot and Mrs. Barber and action thirty years has worked for hFrohrf3 the submarine I peril to neu- -- -
greatest of the difficulties in this cal and sanitary I uplifting; era Inatfons, with the full use of allied T.ALLAIIAflSErll: Interest. :I'
work has been in financing .it, and was taken on two other applications.Mrs. With state. It realises that the people of bases on both aides of the Atlantic for has been aroused In this country since r !
Elmira Westcott was elected as the have come to better than the necessary. supplies.. It has taken part In the European: war,
this bond sale is, therefore, looked delegate to national convention of ,normal understanding, and practice of. 1 The granting of permission to the as to the- number of foreign-born -
r upon as an'event of very great i importance > Army and Navy Union and the auxiliary sanitary conditions that make betterhealth warships .of the Allied nations at war pie living here. The census of III IO, '
and that prevent disease'eitherin with Germany to shows 11.61! .... Germany wllh1.&OI."S.
Y t* the state and particularly use American ports leading
to be held at Baltimore Md. Mrs. Isolated cases or In epidemic prevalence .. and .
suppl ybases, while doing"; 'patrol'I7 of them are votIng .
;j to the Everglades section. UX-f OS IS IMPROVED. CASCARA In the present emergency of .
Davies had charge of the program for duty, and the removal all restrictions age. German militarism no doubtaccounts
,L Means Much to Florida the social hour.Readings the nation Inwhich Florida will willingly such as the armament. of merchantmen for the presence of no many
t A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE bear her fullest share and responsibility and ault males In this land of the .
"This bond sale of course means a entering; clearingUnited free. 'Sf
were given by Mrs'Vree- the board urges that this States ports. ,_ Florida's share In the grand totahwas)
A great deal to the state. said Attorney CATHARTIC AND UVEX fOlIC knowledge of good health and how, topreserve m
land, Mrs. Woodard Mrs. Wise, and The unlimited provision ,of war 40,61. and 1.440 of them are from Ger
It, shall be enforced more
General West in discussing the LAX-FOS is not a Secret or Patent Medicine Mrs S. E. Hill. Song by Mrs. Hous rigidly than ever before.It equipment to the Allied nations at war many. from the current .report ofCommissioner t
matter. "It has been urged by someIntel'8stedlarties I but is composed of the following ton. Mrs. Brown gave a comic current may seem a small contribution to with Germany with particular favor to Part 1Agriculture'wefind of Agriculture that McRae ti
be shown the Russian .
that the bonds could new'
our country's defence that we shall
old-fashioned roots and herbs event reading by Mrs. Francherand foreign countries are represented, In
putting the ltat.e'Sands ward off malaria by screening our passage by congress of a uni this state as follow.Australia .: '
In the district behind them I OASCARA BARK interesting remarks from 'new homes that we shall light the Invasionof military training; and servicebill
ax members. Adjourned to meet again in typhoid fever by germ Infection designed. to provide an army of IS"
i security, or by authorizing the sale of BLUE FLAG ROOT two weeks. that we shall ware .. relentless war (00.000 men within six months. Austria' *._----------'a--------- ,,
the .state's land for the purpose of j RHUBARB ROOT against' tuberculosis as In the past The mobilization' of 'the national Belgium, J&C. >
raising money with which to pay Mr. nad Mrs. James Grim left last when peace was. with us; yet all these guard, following the. adoption of a resolution China ....- -_.____._____.? ISO- 'q
: BLACK,. ROOT Wednesday for Idaho where Mr. things help our country because they declaring the existence of a Cuba __.________..-...._.10.174 -
,J' bonds which amounts to the same i MAY APPLE ROOT Grim is to have the management of a keep us fit for our country's service state pt war, so as to brine the landforces .Dengmark'.. _.--._.-_.__.._-._._ l't
thing.. and they aid hi preserving our nel< "This sale demonstrates that it is I SENNA LEAVES ranch. strength and welfare. These are 800.000 men, this army to be used for Finland _?-?___,.: t,
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow Mrs. dude salways, and III'times like the domestic nervlc. until eventualities, not France .. ---...----___--_--_._ ZSS.
not necessary to put up the state"sJand AND PEPSIN DeGerald and Mrs., D.: E. Hart were present. they'rise to the dkffnlty. of patrlotlc ,- now anticipated I may compel the dispatching Greece -_ .-_-_.._-_ l.CIT
and it means that the battle cry In Lsz-Boa the CASCARA Is improved by service.Never or It as part of an expeditionary Germany __ -_____.________._-.. 1.44.
i of Broward to save some of this land the addition''of these digestive Ingredi- callers at' Kissimmee on 'Thursday In the history of our state or force that the United States may Holland -?. ..____-.??_..._._.. 8S-
1 nation has universal public health feel compelled to send to foreign soil. Ireland __ -...._..._-.__ 1.06t
i for the people 1i Is to be realized. eats making it better than ordinary CAS- last.Mrs.. seemed more essential than now In The requisitioning of Qerman-owned Italy .. -. 4.11111
"'1 have been understand aDd Zimmerman And daughter, view of the possibilities. for we are In ___ ___ _. -1- .
never able to A", thus the combination acts not war and mrechant ships now held In Japan --- ? .._. 4*:
e why the state's land i in the Everglades only as a stimulating laxative: and cathartic Miss Nellie left on Thursday last for a war waged for higher Ideals for all American continental and Insular waters Mexico __._____-___......_.... Ill
Columbia S. C. and Asheville N. C. humanity. for be Norway .. __.__.... J04
war purposes to compensated ----------- .
should bs sold but also.. and "
to to a digestive liver tonic.
get '
money and from there N. for at the termination of hostilitiesbetween Portugal __-?.._..-_ SOrtoumanla _
to Y.
drain and make valuable other Syrup laxatives bat LAX'FOS Elmira ___..
y' landq are .e.k. ; stow rnKpAnia. FOR the United States and Germany - j._ 19*
there that were either granted to railroads Combines strength with palatable, aromatic Mr. Harvey who has passed a pleaa- v. n. wn.i.WAR unless there. should be confiscated Russia _u--...______ 47
ant winter in left Tuesday for the Scotland .. _._.-...__. 1011.
taste and does disturb our midst on as a reprisal destruction. of -
p or sold by the state at a very not gripe or American ships by Germany. Spain ... 0.188
low figure before any drainage was the stomach. One bottle will prove for his home in Vermont. For some time the government. has The mobilization of the merchant Sweden ._...--.._-.._._ 7*..
: accomplished. The proposition 01 giving LAJE-FOS is invaluable for Constipation, Mr. and Mrs. Cox and daughter, had under consideration the following marine by the government for national Hwltivrlanl ._ ._-.._.__.___._... 148 ,
\ Liver who have been spending the winter steps to be taken. In connection with usse. Including the conveyance of 'Turkey __ ..-......._... t.OlS
most of this land and then Indigestion or Torpid price SOc.LIN : Wales .. .. ..._ .
away here" left the wan with Germany, which has been cargoes to the ,Allied nations. -. ... IS ,
Wednesday morning for
i declared: The- passage by congress of legislation West Indies--------------------
their home in Connecticut. of' the entire
The mobilisation na- extending the credit of the government -
for any purposes that It may Tills report replete with valuable In

........_....................-'UU"...........-. ._... .. ... .. . .... ...._..-...... .. .. .: . .AoA.AJ'-........................"!.".....................-.-....-........,...6..6.. &. 6 And against necessary German In protecting aggression. Its Interests have formation.consular shows agents that at various 21 countries'pointsin
The mobilization of the railroads Industrial Florida, our state ranking fifth In
and all other forces that may this report, which Instance our commanding

Are You Doing "Your Bit" in This 'Great War? operated be taken under over by Its the direction government to supply or Ships. from position many In different foreign commerce.countries.
Ii; unlimited fscllltles'' both the naval regularly visits our ports to receiveand
t and government.The military. establishments of the discharge cargoes..

mobilisation of the financial resources -
If Not, Get Busy-..PLANT A GARDENHere' of the country so as to Insurean
adequate supply of money necessary u AVI ....VII R EI\V'
. to nuance the war. operations of
Michelin lIn1vvnal the government. '
You and the Same Time "Do -STOMACH' ;
Our Offer to Help at Preparations for war already underway < I '
read i* not only ilckItblkoatll may be as follows:
illl aE Our Bit" We Will Sell Until May lit submarine Construction chasers or'.I.ty at the thirty New-fly. York knot ONE !',,,!Ot'': W LL .] k'r4Ii:

wells navy or yard more; construction submarine chasers of two by hundred private Gall'Stones_ ;',CaMe*nd Ulcera of the $
n a
$1.50 Worth of Seeds for '$1.00
rush orders.shlp-bulldinsr companies -under Stenlach and Intestines,-AutoIntoxication :

Utilization of the 1116.000.000 naval A
Yellow Jaundice
.."... PVC show this graphically BsaF ONE DOZEN VARIETIES "W emergency fund for speeding up the Appendicitis*
navy's defensive measures.
.JL and other fatal ,ailment result trona-
we have ruled off one Suspension of the eight-hour day on

unit in the i Pint Early Snap Bunch 1 pk*. Curled Mustard------ all work for the navy department the Stomach Trouble. Thousands of;
accompanying Beans; .. .................$ .SO 1 .jpks) Early White Bunch men paid to time work and ten half hours a day and to be Stomach Sufferers .
Illustration 1 Pint Bush or Pole Butter Squash ...._'__._____..__ .01 Graduation of the rsclassat the owe their complete
Bean *., --------..--.-- .11 1 pksr.' Early Turnips...__. .Oi navy academy: now done with the rank recovery to Mayr's Wonderful!
t Count the number of 1 Pint Sugar Corn___....... .It "" of lieutenant, skipping: the grade of ensign Remedy.Unlike
squares 1 pksr. Martin's Favorite and the graduation of the sec any other for Stomach '

< on the'ra'tttd!part of the tread. 1 planta-pkr. _Tomato_,....__..Seed.... 'or .10 Okra __ _____..-___.___ ..01 ond-class. In of September.Inoresee . Ailment. For sale by J. Z..Ro..
\\-d-; : 1 pka Extra Early Beeta..01 the enlistment personnelof
1 nice. Lone or Round berson and
They total' over 54 whole ish .- _-_...._.____.--.....-. .01, 1 Quart Onion Bets __....__ .11 ,the navy to 17,000. druggist- .. everywhere. ;;

squares or _n than thnt 1 Pic- Long._Qreen_Cucum-. .01 _____- - --- -- -- -..-.-- -... ---_. -- --
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berths tftht tmlirt sumacs thatis Total _. _________, _____________...._ _._.___.-_ ___.___________'I.JO
ruled off. Teii1iiii ;

The large flat wearing surface Our Seeds are frown especially for the South, and our FREE) CAT.

of the Michelin Universal AIXX3UB will give you detailed Information on planting and'any .other SUOOCMOftS TO MAY-*TOUT LUMBER CO.
Information desired we will b. pleased to .furnish '.upon, request. Perhaps : "
..: means Increased mileage. I ) we can help yon out with your s-ardeat *- ; ,

Once: you' try'Mlch"efins : I Oar %.. ...... ad riew_ ........Paltry i..:;UM Bad .......... Hay YELLOW PINE'' AND

you will use no drain. ... ....*. ._..<.... I IHea4i Irr CYPRESS I }

other. They give the I ........ ........ ... Field ...... PrsMspt ....._.* .1 Y.I..t 'LUMBER

utmoSt ..._ Osnr ...., ........ etw *** tee wa My mrir UW.E. .
Vi tire economy.
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JIII11111111111111111111111111111111111111111L I i this, the Itth day of April( A D. 117. ROTICV FOR sM.IOATI01. . . .. .. ....etof. .. .. .". .NoHrNNNglh/NN OS .'
Clerk Circuit Court/ Oaoeol County. art----: ; .
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Good Fertilizer = (Circuit State Court of Florida Seal) n-.; I I Atlantic Coas't Line :
i GAINS 17 POUNDSProminent V. .. Land OfSee at OalMvlllk risk.I ; j [

., Good Value NOTICE) or iwoonpoRATiojr! April r. lay I "
1 .- ;' I I Railroad of the SouthEast
= = Notice' Is hereby given that the nn Notice U hereby given that Frank .
.'. == Tor 80years Armour 6i% = Georgia Physician Continue derala-ned will on May 14th. 117. apply M.November Bdrla. 'Lokoaee.. Florida, who on

. .:" = Blood Bon Tankage basconeiatenUybeenamongthe == to Use Tsnlae in His Daily; to the Governor of, Florldt for., our LettersPatent a*. Entry... No. IS.ellUO-for Kit made lots 1.Homestead*. Sec 171. 'I Through Tourists Trains
. "' a == Practice With Surprising Resulta. oclatea I n'r': sucoea.or. Into body Lots 1. t. Sea U and NH of Lot 1 S..o.tlOft .
.r. = most economical and satis- = politic and name of4AKINSON 14., Township 11 S.. Range t4 B. ......

== f.ctor'no-potubfertillzen -- One o( the strongest and moat con.! S-'MM'l"N' of Tallahassee Intention Meridian to make. ,three-year ha Sled notice TO THE EAST TO THE WEST'
==' offered. Especially; ia this = vincing evidence of the remarkable W. B. MAKIN8ON. to establish'claim to the land 101'00"1

., r true right now.( You get 6|% E suit being: accomplished by Tanlac: M. M. MAKIN80N, ClMlmmee described. ,beforeClerk Circuit "Nw York 4: Florid SpedaT ..S.I.... LIaItetI" .
Florida the 16th of
,. = ammonia from blood and = throughout the South i la the large ,W. B. CRAWFORD.Article May, 1117.Claimant. on day +
,' = 15% phosphoric acid from = number of letter that are-now being ,-. name a* witnesses I l "FU. &: West ladUa LfaJtr "T* s S.ahlaad""Coed

== ateamed bone at several == received daily from cores of well ., Isarp.rellea Lawrence Tumblln.Kdrls. of Lokome. Florida.I Li.. Florida MaiTTaWtte "Digit LJsstUtT"Dixie '
We the underalirned; hereby as.oci4ate .Frank of Lokoeee, Flor-
=' dollar per ton less. than the = known men and women who have been ourselves together for the pnrpo. I idJ. .
\ == .amefoodafromthe..aour- == benefited by its use. of becoming. a body polltlo and cor- R. R. Willis, of IxfkoM*. Florida. Lim-feeT flyer""St
'I == oes would coat separately == Among: the large number that' have Florida under the law. of the State of U. ),1. Folk of Lok....' Florida. l-JaeWsiTile Ezjweu"Steel
-. .- been' and we herebydeclare that ROBERT W PA VIII.7.vt .
. received recently none are more the following. Article of Incorporation 1 Re7lter.
Jr.rnOUI4 Interesting than the following: letter hall constitute and be the Charter- of _.. Sleep!** Cane Tampa to Wathi.gbr,.
from Dr. J. T. Edwards of aid corporation NOTICE foil PUBLICATION
Fnyette Article.. Philadelphia and New York From Jaekso vif. to Cakagev St. LeoJs
vale Ga. Dr. Edwards, it will be ,
Departa ef tke laterle ..
; Blood & BoneTankage ],- recently gave Tanlac his be The MAKINHON name of SONS thin corporation COMPANY. shall Louisville, CinciamatL IndiaBapelis, QTela a.l Graad ".Ida.

"'1. unqualified indorsement in ..
a public Article II r. Lead Office at OajlBeervllIev n._
Obserraliosi Can Cam _
statement and the testimonial published The principal place of busjfroa of i April T. 1S1T -Dininf

i. below was -recently" given him I this corporation shall be In the Cltv .
_ by -one of his patients. Ills I letter fol- of KlMlmireo. Onccola County. Floridabut Cdrn'No.tic.of. Is Lnknner hi-redv. given' that. tdtwehea For reservaiioai apply to .
the-Honrd of Director may who on
, ,, Iowa just as it was"writtentFayetteville l1..h 1 branch of Her* at other place from :Aup-t: P, Iftti.1'n'.I; ".* HomeiteadV Bnry. A. W. FRITOT J. C. KIRKLAND
= Under present condition = Ga., line to time aa may be desired. (iMftflz. < I S <.r Seo- Dividoa Division
12. SI1 R1 its.. Pauenfer Agent Passenger Ageat
J , = this material is, w.believe, = Mr. G. F Willis Atlanta Ga. Al'tI..I..1' .In.! To..h'.> : *:e 14 B,
::' "r the best and moat economi == { Tnllahaaaea 'orldlan' has clod notice 138 W. Bay St., Jackionvifle HiOtboro Hotel, Tampa
= Dear Sir: I am enclosing, : you here. The period of ..xl.t..f. \ this corporation to make-three-yeur
1,; = cat Ammonia Phosphoric == with statement I have just received shall be perpetual. to I.ttbtlls" claim' : to the land' above

'1 = AcidferUlizeroffered.Itte c from Mr. T M. McGough. He has sold Article IV 1."ct'lh..d.. before Clerk 'Circuit l'"tonrt. 1. I..>... .....*. ...... .
"r(..",, Florida on the 16th day of .......... .0. t. t. tie n.y4.M' .. }-4
t: := well suited: to all crops; It = out here and ia moving; to Turin; Ga. The general nature of the business of May 117.Claimant. .
''. := furnlsheseverythingexceptpotash. = lIe 'was here this morning and come thus corporation shall be to carry on : n.m-s as witness. :
= It is a standard = into the trade or business of manufacturIng Frank M. Kdrls, of Lokn.... For-!
me Tanlac had done for buying; and Belling. Importing and 1d...
= material PROVED crop. == him. He too much exporting, and otherwise drnllnflr In Tumblin
say cannot be said I. Frank of Lokoace. Florda. -
= making ability; more then = about Tanlac. It certainly has cured hardware and hardware aunplle Ind PROSPERITY
y = 100,00take() ( have actually == entthereto and any article In the H. 11]. Willis of tx>koee, Florida.

t' := been used In Florida. It is = him.Respectfully metal manufacture I I. a factor or composition or connected of which with U.. M. Folk, of I-rfiKowe: Fh' .--id.ROBERT' .
= rich and a splendid = the hardware hualne. and to rnanuacturo -It '
; .:= humus-builder) = J.: T. EDWARL S M. D: buy sell Import or export I ft'coo".ter. i'
-- Mr. McGough' statement follows: otherwise deal In, any material arIcle rMOCILAMATIOI
Get particular. and prlcss: TODAY -- 11 suffered from indigestion and and thing, required for or In

'!f S=3 from could: not eat anything: but what would connection,. with ,or purchase Incidental and to sale the .,.--. M1I.... :. Ideal Formulas;

. WATERS '& CARSON hurt me. Constipation gave me a :f any a'ri'd"'lIu of the .. ware 'City .r ICIaals . .
and article, and also to carry on any -
d deal
( great of trouble also.
GROCCRY CO.. KlMli"From My symp thor. manufacturing or distributing t' .'
= WHBRKAS. Una rt' .n< b; virtue of Ideal Methods
toms were indigestion heartburn and .
business or agents, or .
a* principal .n ordinance enacted hy the City Cannon -
,11 S the Farm == gas on the stomach after eating; My otherwise which Can be convenientlycarried In the town of Kissimme.Clty.'pro.
.t Back to " appetite was irregular and food on In conjunction with any of Idlng-for the publication and revision ''...
4.t _. the my .,or..ld.AHUleY. Ideal
the matters
.. of all 'ordinances of thegeneral andpermanent Results
... E'.Armour' Fertilizer Works c failed ta'-hourlahmeThistrouble: -- '."---; "'- "" .... -. .--.- "natur - -$ ._. __"_'. _.--...-.,.;.."'."... .. _.__ _... :.- ..'
caused: me to get very poor -in fact .' ;the ordinance rela-
The ....ount .ot -the .capltaVstock 'Of
( f Jacksonville, Fl.t .. r'got' 'bo-thin and. weak-1 .was .hardly -corporation Shall Twamryflve; UwA4h...ujllctpat eleetHe light and : '
able to go about. Thousand D.,1lar. divided Into" two water ..y..mot said"town approved DE .Hake Your Crop With a.:,.Profit

.;-t 1 ]11I11 11 11111 11I1111I111I11 II IIIIJIIIIIII fill[iF.i "I bought three bottles of'Tanlacon value hundred of One and fifty Hundred chare.Dollar of the each.par the the City IRth Attorney day of November ha/Tlng- reported, 1016. and tome .

: Dr. Edwards' recommnedatlon: and which I said capital stock may be paid that he ha caused to be complied VCttl.) For sot>> taN>k.
i I am now feeling; all right again and for .c labor or service* at,a printed and published. aa'.ordinance ofhe s fLORIDEgL _0_ E......''
am able to attend to business. I gained just valuation to be Axed by the Inc..r-I' City of Klsslmmee I ,Onceola county,
iorators at a meeting called Florida In accordance with the provl. lManafaeVarera
seventeen pounds in weight and am pur po... --+ stone of said Act;' and % SEMIWOLE Wilson &. Toomer Fertilizer:Coj'
dote fine. Tanlac did the work.. Article VI.The : WHEREAS: the volumes printed and IDEAL FERTILIZERS
G business of this corporation ; published. under. said Act a* aforesaid. CHEROKEE
"I now recommend Tanlac to
] CaRSON FORMER.SELLS everyone hall. be conducted by a President.. have been delivered. to the City Clerkof Dsiers iaersa. Mac........./ae.etteldee
who ia- sick like I was, and wishes Viee-Preldent. Secretary and Treasurer the City of rTlsalmmeo. ; ir'TvrTr!' 17
to take something that will help and a. Board of. Director of not NOW THKRIBFORrT.; T. H. n.. May,
hem." less than three nor more than. seven.Article Mayor of said town of Klsslmmee City. :
Klssimmee. vrl' h y virtue of the authority vested In JacksonvilleILSON
Tanlac: is-sold in exclusively -
t law, do hereby Announce, publish
: by J, Z. Roberson in St. Cloud The. annunkymeetln.. of' the stockholders and proclaim that the revived ordinances .
be held at the principal '
by 'Seminole Pharmacy and in Ken- shall of the City of Klsslmmee have <
I ansville.OKEECHOBEE. ; U.c.f:: : the corporation: ; on the second. been printed and pubT1hed In accordance ERTIUZERFLA.
1t Fire;- Life. Accident and with In the April of 118.each year,. beg-In with Bald. ordinance of said City \ i r
nlntr year
.. and that the volume' ... printed and
t Article VIII published have been delivered to the
: Health! Plate Glass, Lia The stockholders of 'this corporation City Clerk and that the revised ordinances
ITEMS hall at the first meeting,, or a.. ..001' *o completed, printed and-pub <11" .
[ thereafter aipractlcftble. adopt the fished tihall r" Into effect and be operative
bility and Boiler Insurance. necessary by-law for the, government on the 10th day after the date of WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. Local Agents
of the corporation.' this proclamation.In have' ,
s Legal Bonds Executed Dr. Thomason has returned from Article IX Testimony whereof I hereunto
: ; set ny hand and caused the corporate -
.. of Indebtednessor
Tallahassee 'where he been amount
has on (
liability this seal of Bald City to be affixed
r SameDay Needed. county matters., at any to time which be subject corporationhall shah" ,b.FIIU. hereto>. at KlseJmmee, Oseeola Count
The Woodmen Circle have large Thousand Dollars. D.ria Ul. on?. this .the 18th day of March A. ABSOLUTELY.ST07S ALL LEAKS

I new flag which they have draped In Article X H. R.; MAT Mayor.
their lodge room. Until the first election -officers the Attest: GRAPHELASTIC '
OFFICE: State Bilk Building business of this corporation shall be J R. OII.BERT,'City Clerk. ROOF' PAINT
Drs. C. R. and Anna Darrow have conducted following named (Official Seal IB-It
+ returned from their ten days' trip persons: t.'Th"a :. President; soi.D'UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEE
throughout the' state. I W. a.. MaKlnaon.. Vice-President: W. B. NOTICE or BLBCTIOlf ,
CrawTord. M. M. MaklnsonTreasurer. .
Gene Holmes' daughter of Mr.; and' .'Secretary In compliance-with the law l.. *>rh NOT'AN EXPERIMENT; l BUT AN ESTABLISHED TESTED PRODUCT

:r ttra. W. E.-Holmes,Is slowly.regaining The names and residences of. the *.b- cases mad and'provided It I* herebyannounced '
THE fioRrDAflaALPRoeuas01 in health an4 ..trenJrtb.The' scribers, together to thee with Article the number Incorporation of and declared that 6" e'..- Graphelaitic will matte an old roof a* food M MW. Airy ... Stu H>f r

of stock set tlon will be held at the Hurt CreekSchool it. For standard of Seutn.:
capital tta roof
Civic League"Park..or the'onetfte hares the opposite Jlo..... Oceola County: Florida ,5 yean pint ta*

MANUFACTURE, society has been caring for, has W. T.his are Klaalmraee.aa follows:Florida. 15 .on of. ydrmining IX whether-Ut?. for net OUR PRICES Barrels' gallons 60c per caL 'Half barreV. aheut

METAL been plowed and harrowed W; Maklnaon.. Klaalmraee, Florlda.10 the following described territory shall : '30 (*Jloa*. 65c per caDoa. Less thu half barrel*. 75c pejf .*...
Her. J. J. Brace has taken charge of M. M. Makln_... Klaalmmee Florida. f I become a special: tax. school dlatrlct.
CHUNGSULv.m W. B. Crawford Klimmee, Florida. ( vi.:. Craph sastic will cover about 200 square feet to the galle .

the Methodist Church having arrived IN WITNESS WHEREOF!: w* have Beginning at the northeast corner GrapKelastic Liquid CsjsMnt for roof i ia' b*j ce-trfirieet. $1 gal
last Thursday from Palatka.T. very > per
: hereunto set our hand this th day of of Section On. U), TownnhJp Twentyelirht -
SHINGLEb .B. Owens and Wm. Collins hare April. A.; D. 1517.w. (St) South. Rngre Thirty-four Grapkelastic heavy ceanenl 50 runnvrli, 8e per pemhd.."*

"HER5HIET one .of the prettiest potato patches W.: It.T'MAKINBON.AKrN80N. ': (14) to Bat the; thence northwest In a corner westerly of Section direction Ab ve price subject to 10% idiiee j*>t fer catk.

about town. It comprise several acre M. M. MAKINSOAI ), Township g53)tEast)
METAL and is just across the river.. W. B. c1IAWFORGSTATE :South.: Ran** Thlrtythre a: < :
There of thence In a southerly direction to the Graphelastic Manufacturing Co.
are some forty cars vegetables OF FLORIDA. southwest corner of Section JIIIbte.nt'h.
to move from one point on COUNTY OF OSCEOLA. S8.b.rh.a'l"d (I5) (It) '.4 '
6 bhlJ' : CENERA''JA FLAT :
:: : "
; '
MATERIAL Lake" Okeechobee. of A. Range <$I) Blast! ,
.' ItMHTC TOOAY .MiD artclal. : : W. r gent Dot tar' thence In an easterly. direction to the :
small of the De-
" 1 1' rpaeirAi.ow tj" QUOTATJON, / The. building west public, peronally appeared W. T.MAKrNHON. southeast corner of Section Thirteen *> ) .. .. .0. ....).. .. . . . . ..... ... ..
"J ACKSONVILLC: . .FtA.MUSTANG' Loach Hotel burned to the ground : W. B. MAKINSON. M. M.MAKIN80N (is). TownshipTwentynine (It)
: Sunday morning. It has been unoccupied and w. B. CRAWFORD tome South. Rang: Thirty-four (S4) East;
for several weeks, and It' Is known to be the persons d..crlb..dIn thence In a northerly direction to the .

thought that hte fire was of''incen and who and executed acknowledged the foregoing the" execu-instrument point And of also determine who shall .. >......**... ..t..t..f t..t. 00 . .. ..... .. .]

diary origin' tloa thereof to be act and serve a. .choot trustee of said dl-
The Osceola :came Saturday with deed for the use and purpose therein trlct for two year next after the election -
men tlon.d. and to fix the number of mill of
vegetables.Capt. IN W TNBS8 WHERKOF. I have district school tax to be levied and collected I ColdStorageforFresh Meats
Hall brought in a barge loa hereunto set my hand and affixed my annually for the said two year. ,
For Sprains Lameness of vegetable. from off the lake Tues seal, thl*'the day and year above writ- The following named persons were ap- 1
ten. to act at said election:
Rheumatism day of 400 crates. (Se'arV M. W. SARQENT. r.olnt..d J. Hancock and W. R. Netllei.
Sores Cuts.
Water was so low in the river Mon Notary Public State of Florida. Inspector; :rd'r Eubank Clerk. i Storage Rate Beginning; December lstf'. '
Done by of the board of Public .
Penetrate and Heal day that several boats got atuck and
. Commission Expires April 1.' 120
My. Instruction of Osceola county, Flor '
Stops Pain At once had to be pulled out. .. :: 'ttthla, the Ith. day of April A. D. Storage on all Meat 1-2 cent'Flfleea Days.. ,

For Man and BeastLftii"iENT 5,The No. boats 3, Stlngaree Geo. William The Jo Texas anil No.the IN CIRCUIT" FLORIDA COURT.. STATE OF W. C. BASS. ,Curing Pork, ready for smoking 1 ,l-2c. per ,pound ; }f

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Private are on the Standard: ways. ,. A'UcVB. TOWEL Chairman.County I Twenty Days. :t.

Seventh Judicial Circuit Onccelsi C.*.- Superintendent. If-St
ty-!. Ckavccry" Curing, and Smoking, 2c per, pound. ,

DrIves Out Malaria,Builds Up System NOTICE TO CREDITORS 4
;; .
TIM Old BUndud general Innctbenio took Clara' B. Clark Thomas. N. Clark ,.

: oaov.'. TASTKLH8S chill TONIC.4riT..out. her next; vs.friend George and' 8.husband Mlllard,Complainant and- !. C..rt ef C.. Ceanty. Judge Occejla Bring 'ui your hog the day they are killed. We will. dg! J.J.tbo
M.l.rlaevkb.tbs blood,sad build* p the yten. belile. Li. Mlllard his wife. and Jos. Ceeaty. Plerlda" *
A trIM toDIGo PocBdulUaodckildna. 90s.I ephhis Costello and Kittle D. Costello, rode .{
wife), Respondents. !. re Estate ef Jaaae W. Lilly 1:

I I I III I I I I M 111 I 11 I 11 11 .!iO

.v. It appearing by affidavit append To all Creditors. LeKStses blstrltuitee

"_,,s Legal to cause the That bill George fed In 8., the Mlllard above-atatei and Del. You and Demand, all Person against having said *Estate Claim: or KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD :STORAGE:' CO. l

sip L. Mlllard.. his' wire!; and Joseph and each. of you, are hereby notified .
'Advertisements Costello l and Kittle B. Costello his which:: any claim and demands
: wife, the d..f.nd.nt.her.ln named, you, or either of you, may

linn are non-resident that George of the 8.'state Mlllard' of FlorIda and. Lilly, against deceased the, late estateof of Osceola James county W., ....... .....t..o.oO ..OOt.. .. ...... ..... . .... .. ;

) r.Inr.. Mlllard are residents of Florida to the undersigned executrixof ,
.. Unlontown. State of Pennsylvania and said estatewithin two years from '
.(ESPECIAUt[ ,,,ADAPTED, tF.1' Kl-l Dt.eharge' that ioaepti' Costelloand Kittle R. Co<. -the date hereof ........ ........ . .. ..... ... .... .. .... ... .. .. I
tello are resident of Alto State of Dated March 17th 117. t.
!. Cart .( C./T Jolt.. Ore la Texas -each over the age of twenty .ALICE WILDER.

t. 1 For Your !. He C.a.ty._tat.Slate.< Jcka.f Fl.rids..leL... II.. one aid years non-resident; It Is therefore defendants ordered be that and 14-lt Executrix. M. G. KIBBE & CO.' ; !

tal -' they. are hereby. required to ... to NOTICE ; .
!!- Notice Is;; gWen to all whom the bill of complaint filed In sold" causeon -

t. State It may concern that on the list day of or before Monday. the 7th day of Commenclm. with the 1 ARM LANDS NORJTAND' SOUTH 4
October A.. D. .1"7. I shall apply to May A. D. 117. otherwise tha alfegatlons 117. those month of their
::1l$: the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of of said bill\ will be taken a* con who'have-failed to pay
aid Court, a. Judge of Probate, for' my I reused by said I "oe! for.light the and 10th water of dues In full on or be- We have a bargain in a Five Acre Farm close in.
final discharge .. Executor of the estate It Is further :: :.nthat this order eat list month will be ,

; .t.. ::EE: and that of John at the' McLaughlin aatne time. .I deceased will. present -; be published I weeks once In a the.week Klsslmmee for: four Valley consecutive : placed out.on In delinquent case of &cut, outs and promptlycut a fee-of Six Room well finished. Home, Barry, Etc. Other'good )'!
U.OO111 be ,
: required IA addition to
my final account a. Executor of Gasette, a newspaper published In ones.
'Our 1 Instructive aid elate, and ..k for their approval. paid county and state. mount due, for made.t* -or water before 'i
Catalogue re-cut In I
e Dated April Jlrd. .A. D. 117. *
This Snd day of April. HIT.
''t R. K. This applies to each'and every user We want Improved' Farm Homes Rentals. :
McLAUGHLiN J. L. OVERS'1'REP.2T.Clr..ult :
and Weekly Price Lidt'S AprIl-4mos Executor -.f city water and *. All will be !
Clerk Circuit Court city.
alike the
a. po.IUvelWII/ j
( 'Court Seal)
NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR, TAX GEORGE F. not carry account The matter will PHONE 286 ;
PARKER. .not be for the collector to decide.. '"
... Complainant By order of Electric Light anil Water
Committee. .y
THEM TODAY -' I. R. GILBERT, Clerk. 1-
This Hth day April. 117. l4t
I* hereby grlven that- A. I*
Honrker. ... of Tax Certincate. SHERIFF'S ALE
rv A1AknNStrDa) No. $*" dated July 7th A D. 1111. ha* -
flied said Certlfloate in my office and
has made application for Tax.peed to Notice' U hereby'given that by and '
JACKSONVILLE fLA. Issue law. under virtue of that certain Writ of Taken TexatMexlcan'Border
V .
J"e"c the followInr t Execution issuing out of and under COMPANY B PICTURES
described land. lying and being seal of the Civil Court, Record In
t!( sltuat. .In Ouceola county. State ol and for Duval County, Florida, bearing
J T., M. RIVERS. M.D. Florida, to-wlt: date the Itth day: of February A. D. Half-Ton Paior le Mien 7x14 tides hart plati, 250 '
priittl ei piper
w Lot number IT. 25. 41 and'44-of the 117" Issued In that certain cause there ,
Seminole Land sV Investment Com eww in pending wherein St. James Realty
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON pan Sub-division of N 1-1 and N 1-1 BOILERS SAW and Department Store Company, a corporation On Sale at office of Valley .
i OQia over Osceola Pharmacy'' of fiB I.. and 8B 14 ef SB 1-4 and NE MILLS trading aa Cohen Brother -i* . oil
1.. of NW1'4of Section Nine. (I). of art WOOD WOBKIJf I14CIIUfIllllT. plaintiff and Orayaton Hotel Com ,
v- Phene R.eldeneeOfTlea a wnhlp-. Twenty-six '(I') .South 'A complete line of Kill Supplies and any, a 'corporation I* defendant I !
I 14*. Rne Thirty (S*> BaL ., Heavy: Machinery carried In stock have levied: upon and wilt Mil to atU-- -
The said land being asse* ed In the for Immediate ..potent get our tee execution tt.P outcry, at the property's. the said Grarston I small motor connecting for .......
To Cps a Cold !. OSM Dey, name of ,W. A. Donmorer.\ -thai date price and catalogue before placing eat door of Court Hone In Hotel .wltt L. H. IINGRAM.
iMuane of said certlfloate. nole. said Oeceols eouat'. Klselmmee. Florida. on Companr. Oeeeola Florida,
:LA1t.Tn'JI.-oIIO O Q aI...n sf...tile certificate hall be redeemed 'ex*ardlB. your orders. '. Monday, the 7th day. of May A. D. 117. large engine No.'III.U. By ROBERTriR CAMPBIILPB>
#, ,c..1o sad .......s sad -u ee Qe CaW. to law. tax Seed wUI *.u. thereon on 'MALSBT MACHINERY co. within the legal hour ef gala to the amall *ri la* No. It llf.' Dept,. Sheriff.
DessMia nf... innr HIt fall S* ears the ll.t day 01 May, A. D. Itl7. 4I8-.e a a. ....Mek..R1e. best bidder for eaah. the 1 drnamo. FRED M. VA*. -
j'.''W, caovjr' ", .*. eeck ..-.... 21e.r .,,i, Wltoes. -r band. and of1elalsiltt 7 Fir following described personal property. 1 .large motor oonn.cUA.. for .""De. Attoraer orFtalntltt. >llHr ,

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11.11. . .'I It II I II 101 . ... U I 10 10.IOU, 10 I II ',10' It'- 'JAnRELI-cRI1\IM 1VOTICEoM, ATTACHMHMT gas: wagon circles and made is all puffed up.
agohe applicationfor
Some time
.. JASPER, Fla., April 22.-A wedding To. .... C. U..dwla mm* AU'PrrsoM !... a federal farm loan-because he
around which centers much cordial trrrntr in his farm busU
needed more capital
\ .J1.. Society Notes interest took place at 4' o'clock Give Notice 'I* hereby given that I. L. H. nsss. Now he has canceled said ap-
this afternoon at the home of thebride's In gram.. Sheriff of Ososola County, In plication, has' bought an automobile,
mother, when Miss Phyllis the tate of Florida, have this day attached
to and soon start a loanbusiness
possibly may
certain real estate belong-In
(Mr. E. E. Welle, Editor.), Jarrell and Prof. J. J. Grimm, both of ", county of OsceoU. competition 'with Uncle
this city'were; united in marriage. Flowers and state of Florida. .described as follows Sam. AH because of a successful season -
Among those attending the ceremony : strawberries and his Y
Request II made to all patron of Ike Valley Gazette to tend items from Gainesville were Prof. Perry The "SISW' of the HKW the .SW:4 of other in Vegetables.selling Mr. Pansier" automobile
Prof. .F. W. Buchholz, Miss Woodberry the SfiJVi.; and the E'.4 'of the NF'4--:
.f Sedcry: Event fc the Editor for publication la these eolnmt. Mrs. Jarrell of Micanopy,and Miss exceptingthe: rlirht-of-way; of the was of the touring variety, but
i Hattie Baird. The bride, who is an For All Occasion,* South: Florida Railway; In section 31 he has removed the rear half of its
and the W'" of the WH of section II; body and has substituted for it a wag'

1? " " " " " IOIMOIOI6iOi 6l IOIOI#.t lady attractive, teaches and English accomplished and science young in nil being; .In township U south of range on-like structure. He will use the vehicle

OO..t..too.tOO..o.o... the Gainesville High School, and has Also: W% of the NWW, SWtt 'of I principally for: marketing his
8W 1*. and half Interest In the NWU l farm nroducts.
: many friends here and elsewhere whp of the HW14: of section 5, In township il I "I I I !'
: BENEFIT FOR RED CROSS p.CLOSINGEMESETI G OF WOM- unite in wishing her every happln 88. '36 south of range SO.. '
FUND ofot.Ot.O".OttO The groom is one of the efficient and INO. Also! the> E& of the NRtt (except At the Churches Al j:: |
one-half acre graveyard, ) and a half Interest -
members of the
t ? popular university In the WW of the NE,*, and a .
OOOOO'. 'OtOOO.tOOO ..ttt faculty of science in ..
being professor half Interest In the' SEW of section 6. -
...,..- 'The regular meeting of* the Kissimmee Peabody institute. Prof and Mrs.. 36 W. Fonyth? St.., township it. south of, range 29. ST.; JOHN'S (EPISCOPAL, )

Avery cosmopolitan assembly numbering Woman's Club at the Hart Memorial Grimm will return to this ctiy this JACKSONVILLE FLA. You are hereby commanded to appear I CHURCH
about one hundred and twenty- Tuesday afternoon was presided evening and will make Gainesvilletheir , before the Judge of the Circuit Court L. H. Kirkby, minister} in charge. 1
five attended the fete given at the over by Mrs. W. B. Makinson. in home of Osceola county, Florida, on the 2nd I 11 a. m.-Morning prayer. o.nae ?'I>
of ,
day July 1917. same being a rule "
home of Mr and Mrs. S. II. Bullock, the absence of the president, Mrs,' day of said Court, to answer'.In an ac- mon. Subject: "Pardon. ,-9
., Monday evening for the benefit of the James M. Willson, Jr., who came In Miss Jarrell was formelly'one ofKissimmee's tlon of assumpslt damages In the sum 7:30: p. m.-Evening prayer and .address
Red Cross fund, and many nationalities before the closinaho j most popular young people of (1600.00. In which the Coe-Mortlmer by Dr. L. A.. Hamilton. Sub-
just r. Company la plaintiff and the said K. C -
who to womanhood here and "RenderUnto Caesar the
were represented. business routine the' grew RECEPTION FOR MOTHERS Goodwin In iect:
While occupied defendant: Herein fall not ,
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Receiving at the door were a gracfoug afternoon; interest aroundthe who counted her friends by the scores. The Mothers-Teachers Club will tender or Judgment will be !given against you ] Things Which: Aro Caesar's. :
She was prominent in church wellas by default.
". Colonial dame with powdered hair much; discussed subject, the pro social circles and her charming as a reception to mothers at. the I* II. INQRAM.' CHRISTIAN T .'.
:' and "ye old time" costume, cordial duction of food by'' the home people, endeared her to old and personality Hart Memorial on Thursday, 3 p. m., Sheriff of Oaceola Co, Florida, '
and young May 4. Dr Minerva Cushman of St. JNO.: L. OVERSTREET. Rev. A.. M, Chisholm will close his
little lady from Ireland a stately and many practical suggestoins were
alike. She is the sister of LieutenantLee
Clerk Circuit Court. pastorate at the Christian Church
Cloud will address the Lit- y
Red Cross nurse. Gayly clad girls made. Jarrell of the law firm of Craw company. LEWIS. O'BRYAN. '
from the far east met the guests upon Mrs. W. J. Fripp, chairman of the ford & Jarrell. . erature will be distributed (without !!.9t_ Attorney for Plaintiff Sunday.. There will be preaching I
their arrival: and presented them to Junior Civic League of,the state fed charge) to all mothers on subjects morning and evening at usual hours.
line The themselves eration comprehensive pertaining to child welfare and moth- S. T. Fanslen haberdashers may expect Sunday night he will close with a tribute -
: the receiving guests a very
i presented a, varied appearance. 'talk outlining"gave: theiwork accomplishedby PRISCILLA CLUB erhood. to supply him with No. 10 hats to Kissimmee and her people. j

te'I "Patent medicine venders, national this organization in the other citiesof One of the'pleasantest events of the On the, program wjll be ,musical hereafter. lie has graduated into Everyone welcome.

national guardsmen. stately ladies of the state and urged: that the club week was a meeting of the Priscilla numbers. . .
industrious similar organization Club Saturday afternoon at the Cot- Refreshment will be served duringthe
the long ago, merry yams girls, an contemplate a ,
Chinaman, a Scotchman in for Kissirnmee,,.when the fall work is t ei'man home with Mrs. Aj Cot term an. social hour..Mrs A. M. Chisholm's
and Mrs. hostesses.;. DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEYOSTEOPATH
> typical plaids, a Red Riding Hood, a begun. Lyles-Story place as chairman of Baby Welfare
very ,small girl with her doll, Red A resolution which wa< read at the The hours passed all 'too swiftly Week has' been given to Mrs. J. Z.

'. : Cross nurse, a' placid nun, a jolly previous meeting, askirfg that the with social conversation' and pretty Roberson. Each member of the club .J
Wells and Cor.
I fancy'work. Dorothw
clown with pointed cap and jingling election of officers" and the annual is a member of committee on'arrange.
.I bells, genial Irishman, a dainty flower business meeting be the first meet. nelia Herrington assisted in serving(: ments and cordially solicits the attendance f :
i the ing in the fall in of the closedmeeting. delicious punch and home-made cakes of all the women, mothers Corner Drug Store Mondays and Fridays .
; 1rirl; even press' was represented: place .
late in the afternoon. \\ ," .aAlrwurauyi.JabsRiwWr..M't4'aAw, ' ... ,wfMe7e'WA.A'' + '''bMAFM. +...tMWM. '-Wm iai 1R '
> ,eKiaaim y4tn 4'YaP&NFYr43i
. eIP".cia11y..o" e
"I'\il-1\\I rroundlngs 00--
.,.-' -.. :W1t.A.#> the. iagcauoualy_ gn.ctL.coa., ia -r"I\.Ir-rm.t-th&) '; ; 'v n n- "'Those='aUend5n< 'iv6rdY;''Mra: "JJ":"'J.;" ; \ /' <
constructed of imous econsent of those .
"1/ tumeg paper in the. present.
Woodall. Mm II. N; Brattan, Mrs.
', print shops. .. f-:'., However a report.of the treasured Baby Week was ;inaugurated in Chi-
Matching Mother Goose"rhymes 'arranged Mrs. Clay Johnson, 'was"read Showing Sarah Johnson: Mrs. Robert Beomcn Glover, cago in 1914. Other cities soon follow. too Htn 00 o ...ttYU'OUO" 'U090>6 OOU"" .O't :
Mrs. A. H. Story, Mrs. J. -
In the fall fo 1915 the federation "t
funds ed. general
partners for the games though the disbursement of throughoutthe
Summers Mrs. E. E. Wells
a BO engrossing did they find the cure past year. '. Jlrs. H. C. of women's clubs and the children's -, 6 t, :
Mrs. :
Mrs. Cotterman Lyts'Story
bureau of which Julia C, LatH: D'.C.WagnerlnsuraDceAgeDcytad ,
the ladies ,
,, ous crowd'that much attention was At the close of the session Miss Dorothy Wells, Cornelia Hari -
given to ascertaining the identity of enjoyed a refreshing: cup o' tea with ington and Elizabeth Cotterman. rop is chief, announced their' purpose
,1 'the guests. the hostess, Mrs. Makinson, and the co-operate: in promoting a nnt<"->-
Delicious refreshments'were': served club adjourned tilt October, subject to Honorary. Beaman.members, A. Cotterman andJ. ;\wtla...byweek: As a'result' of this Floor Citizen Bank Bid,., Phone No. 30.

from the dining room, including sand the call of the president. Mrs. J. J. Woodall will entertain the widespread co-operation several thousand

wiches, cakes and punch. club on next Saturday. American cities, towns and rural The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Go.
communities state ,
The hostesses for the evening were OUTING ON LAKE TOHOPE' representing! every ,
#,' .Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mrs. M. Clay now celebrate Baby Week. '
Stanford and Mrs. W L. Hamilton.
A party of eleven left the city Jock
Friday. morning on the Fairbanks'boat reception waa given at the Hart time but to various viz. COMPANIES ALSO THE >I
COMPANY B ENTERTAINSLADY the Lilly, In company with Capt.E. owing things, ; NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Memorial Wednesday
building evening
children's illnesses, it was consideredest AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF' FIRE
FRIENDS' E. Fairbanks and his daughter by the ladies of the Christian ,
to have this and to distribute Ii.
The: members 'of Company entertained Miss Emily. The trip was made to Church honoring their pastor, Rev, A. ; helpful literature. LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO-

.the. young' ladies of the town Kissimmee Park, where a flock of fine M. Chisholm, and his family, who are .Come help make. the plan success- BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS AND
.with a boat ride'and moonlight picnic fowls, 'ducks and geese of the Cap. leaving' Kissimmee to accept a charge! ful. .
Friday night, the crow+fl! assembled tain's were seen Two' large banana at Orlando. '
'at the city dock about 7:30: then motored blossoms were given to the ladies t<. A pleasing had been arranged MRS. W. J. FRIPP' Sec'y.By Explosive InsuranceALSO
program order of president,
'1> over to Oliver's Island 'where Mend back north as a curiosity, NextOliver's including talk from Dr. T. M.
games of all kinds were played'untillate ; Island was visited where a Rivera, representing the church;' Mrs.
,a hour l refreshments were served: table was spread with all the eatablesof M. A. Clark from the W.'C. T. U., IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION
and then,the merry crowd started on the.season and all enjoyed a god and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer from the Moth- ,COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.
their homeward journey. They were lunch. J. McPhatter as guide directed ers-Teachers Club and also a varied .The following Is a summary of the .
Mrs. Earle and commencement exercises to..o.o '..'O..a
chaperoned by Lupfer the party to many places of interest entertainment.' A heavy downpour of approaching
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lupfer. of the Osceola school l and
including the ancient steamer, rain' prevented the attendance of county high - - .-.
Those, present were. Misses Lucy where John J. Astor enjoyed his hon. of the guests and the time was the Kissimmee city,schools! o.o.oooo..o..t .
many "OOo.o'.OO.'OOt
Buckles Dotsie Thomas Amy Mak- 4th-Final contest.
eymoon trip some thirty-one years i in conversation.Mr. Friday,May
inson, Lois Johnson, Carrie. Cannon, ago. During the stop at Paradise Island spent.quite Golden\rtformally who is here demons Friday, May -llth-Promotions and
Ethyle Robinson, Alice and Betty the party greatly admired the eighth grade exercises.
trating the Edison GRAYSTONE
Pherigo. Miss White, 'Miss Kent, beautiful home and grounds of R. W, .number of beautiful phonograph selections, gavea and Sunday, May Commencement HOTEL c
Gladys Caster; Orpha Rose, Lorrine Rev. C. H. Summers.
Meiklejcm Who left with his wife, sermon by '
the evening concluded with the serv-
Donegan, Beth Bryan, Elsie Norton 14th--Graduation .
Monday, May exercises. -
for to
I some years ago of and cakes.' "
t, and Miss Bert; Messrs. Nelson, Mak- for his country, ing punch . HERBERT WICHTENDAHL, M... .

inson, Ralph Turner, Dewey Sumner In the party enjoying this day's outing SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTITUTE, Thursday night,. May 10th-Miss .. ,
WillMason ,
Caster 'TIce
i Aultman's recital. "
; were: Mrs. J. D. Green, Mrs!; Rogers -
Tiller, Roy Graves, Ernest and Friday night, May llth-MissBeat's ''
and two sons, Mr. Bennett, Miss
The Sunday School Institute for DAY -
James Oliver, Ira Best, 'Bob" Smith, recital. RATES
Esther BennettMrs.. Rose, Mrs. E. R '
this of the'Orlando Districtof .
Edward Newton Robt. Sumner Josh ,
No flowers except on Monday night, .
Miss Cora Van Buren Mrs. I
Snodgrass, ,
the M. E. Church South held .
Barber R..3L Plant and Lewis was .
Perry. May 14th are especially requested. WITH' : .
Amelia Edmonds and Miss Minnie Fir .; BATH \ \ $3.0O1
in Kissimmee this week, with Field ,' J' .moaN,.,....... ,. .
man. Secretary A. H. Cole charge., {,. ;. ; '/ \ ;;A
.' The ,meeting' continued from Mon Er" J4'$2.5 ,
,. pretty and unique flag tourna- CELEBRATE EIGHTH:BIRTH- ', day evening until theWednesday aft-! /A(, meetin .was held at t" : ;';' .,.... : :\( ,

t' ,, men, held on the golf,links on ".8\"" ., -. v>. ,,',1 ; !"'' '-' DAY"fWl'fI) ?> .,*"14 ernoon session,'' end:was"attended by the Ulart'' Memorial F l lesty t Friday'aft.s ,,
Saturday afternoon, the players con- Little Miss Evelyn Pauly'celebratedher I' representatives from many 'of the ernoon. Mrs. E. E. Wells read a paper -

tributing. a small sweepstake fee. eighth birthday with a pretty nearby Sunday schools. on Art the True Ind"strial Educator."

Prizes will be given with .a portion'of luncheon Wednesday at her home on The program was specially helpfuland Other' subjects considered were the

the fees and the balances givenlto' Mabbettee street, when plates were among those taking an active partin meaning of the arts and crafts and
the Red Cross rune; laid for the the of art study *
following guests: Francis the institute were Rev. C. W. object
*i It will 1 ba on a handicap basis and Bailey, Mildred Lightsey, Geneva White of Bradentown, Mrs. J. M. Ped- Carolyn Fripp gave a musical number -

this added to bogey or perhaps par Roberson, Evelyn and Maynard Paulk. rick of Orlando and Miss Anne Marie and Mr. John Golding, representing StateBankof

; .y enables the mixed foresome players to The small hostess received a numberof Hanson and Mrs. J. L. Ince of Winter the Edison, gave many pleasing
a plant their flags ort the links for the presents expressing the good Haven. records.
t distance! they got in their allowance of wishes of her guests.
: strokes. The links present an interesting -
l I and pretty appearance with the JOINT SOCIAL MEETINGThe Mrs. Fred entertained
flags and players names thereon Woodmen of the World and .
l planted all over the course. It is their auxiliary, the Ladies' Circle, helda I ening delicious at her course homeon dinner, Emmett Thursday street ev- TOMORROW AFTERNOON
: -hoped a big turnout will result. :;.. The
social ----- of the worldare
Joint meeting at their lodge honoring' Dr. A. K. Atwood, who is
i "The Grand, Kissimmee new mo- eyes
room in the Fraternity building Tuesday leaving: Kissimnvee. The table was
1ST. JOHNS GUILD MEETING evening. The large attendance daintily spread with damask and glittered tion picture playhouse,.opens its doorsto
,_ <'P The regular meeting of the St. present: reported a jolly good time and with eutglass centered with cut the public tomorrow. (Saturday) I

; :J.J Johns Guild will be held at the home especially appreciated the fine pro flowers. Plates were laid for Mr. and afternoon and night, with Blanhce the whoSAVES.

Ii 'of Mrs.'J. D. Clark, next Tuesday aft- gram of musical numbers on the Edi- Mrs. Fred Gilbert, and their son, Master Sweet in "The Tides of Barnegat." It on man

J lernoon, May let, at half past three son phonograph, given by Mr. Gold- Frederick, the Misses Louise Clark is regretted by the managementthat
I.: 'I' ; ;All ladies of the church are cordially ing, the demonstrator. Ice cream and and Marie Huddleston and Dr. At the alterations to the house were i

1 I,; ,invited to be present. cakes were served. wood. Miss Elizabeth Parker assisted not completed in time to open Monday,

-1 *' her sister, Mrs. Gilbert, in serving. as Intended. However, everything is '
I'i; C. C. ''Belmont and wife, J, W. DIME SOCIAL now in readiness and the theatregoing

\ Holmes and wife, and Mrs. Laura C. The' ladies of the Woodmen Circle Nathan Menderson of Washington', people of this section...wm.. be rewarded

,r Davis were a party who spent a part will give a dime social Tuesday even D. C., of the bureau of plant industry, in many ways. The exteriorof
i i ,of Thursday the city, making the ing at the hall in the Fraternity build spent Monday' a Kissimmee visitor, the Grand is beautiful to behold and

11 rip from Tampa in Mr. Belmont's big ing. The public are cordially invitedto on account of business connected with many changes have been made on the .

't t:. .National car, en route to Jacksonville. attend. the department! he represents. interior. In keeping with the pleasing

1 _ appearance of thefront, business .
-_,------ ---- --- -- houses adjoining have also had their"fronts"
E wonderfully improved. S .-' -"
Mr. R. A. Mcintosh, the manager, Y

I ..--- .. who will have complete_charge of the PAUSE for a moment, young man,
theatre, Is well known In this line, being -> A
the vice presidentof the State Exhibitors give a thought to self.: The-: ;

and there is little
' League,
'..': '' ", ." ,'; d" ". about the business that he does not problems that confront '
;" ''lj. !. i";'; ;' ."f! L, \, I' . ," ,'" you now, or
,..r.."t: ..J.. },!( < \ ,: , ; \ thoroughly understand. He has Installed
j'J .' :< '''): '."",' /,; ,,,,. .!fl.'!:I't '.' CREATE ", ;" tI'";' .s' .; two-motor driven projectors, will .a few years hence.Look -

A " '1.. ,' : \ ,' ','._,"-+ and a mercury ,are rectifier, and has ti
I' ; t"'.',,' <, arranged matters so that there will be
1 about -the men of affairs in state nation-
J 'I!' absolutely wait at performances you country, ,
,' which will be continuous.:. The $5.000 yes, in tht world, are the men, who started to save early in life.
. orchestrian will also be installed in a .

: ", short time, while the theatre jrlll have They bare the respect and confidence of the community '""
( ample fans ''and other conveniences

looking to the comfort of the patrons. Then look on the other side-at the fellows who, spend all they
will be shown
the best
Confidence. 1 It( i i. well to realize that it .enter into the life and prog- and Only the prices will pictures be 5e for children make-they may haves" food time for a while, but what does their ,

.. and lOc for adults. There will be matinees personality reflect? .
t each day at 3:30, with a continuous
r'' VIII
s reel of:every person; it determine in a large measure the permanency'. I' night performance starting at 7 A dollar or to deposited in this bank will be the

, ) :,: o'clock. The complete program,for the nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

) of his tucceii or failure.. .A. bank account is the starting point in 'a' week is published for. itself..elsewhere, which Make your beginning new-today, Your .bank .
. ,.; , b ok win the NY
>, '- ,, < .. pan way
I business career. Start with this bank and it will help I you. '" f:" ;'I ';' Orlando Sentinel April 17: We are: 'r .r-
I .' ;.r.,' '." . . . ,' ;. ?.it.;"NjI',;,iIJ"i{ 'fi'J;"; in favor of having a bilJ'rreaented.t ,Capital tock ,__ ,_____._________ ____ ____ $100,000.00 ,

I' ',' ':..ho'i, :: ; ;:,:: -,': ,' the Legislature which Resources, 'ore j.-_-___.__. .._.__.________._____ 400,000.00 *
; neighboring to
improvethe ,
. .. ,tv.f.t- a '" *
, .. .- ,!.:' .,, roads In an Adjoining county.* In Officers, and Director:
., .f$ i.r, I ':'* "; .' other;words, there should be a.' bill .

.. ...'t.... ". ". ""':' <\\'i" :.., passed giving Orange county power to 'C.. A. CARSON, President 'M. KATZ and E. LILESLEY'V-P.,

:4.a>T'nrtwarua 1CI i . .; .. CITIZENS'BANKOF 'r' bond for $160,000to finish the ten. ROMA Cashier ,
.' tnjm stretch of roads in Osceola county
. I .' ::t. Osceola
.. and then have county pay .BRYAN "
-':. KISSIMMEE '::<.: .. Orange 20 per ,cent, commission for N.C.A.C. CARSON, N. B. CARSON- M.KATZ, .
such.labor plus the, amount of the ", H. FLEMING K. L; LESLEY,.
< ,.' bond Issue. All In favor of such a bill J. WADE TUCKER Direct n.' 1

p. please stand up. Tb. ayes. have it. a
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