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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 4, 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: VID00801
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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Splendid Graduating raises I KISSIMMEE'S PUBLIC LIBRARY"PLANTAGARDENDA I Murder First Degree Verdict

Closes' Most, Successful.I, Term J For Presentments of

Osceola County High SchoolSeven Grand Jury ,Filed With Court >

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Girls And'Tllree Lads 0- OOtt Circuit Court Still !n Session--

*." Comprise The Class of'17-' 'TRADE BOARD MEETING '* . >C> SCHEDULED FOR TONIGHT: *
Medal Contest, Recital TO BE'IMPORTANT SESSION <- RECOGNIZE "BOLTERS" 0- Yet On Docket. Wheels '8,J
And Other ,Features t. < The information 'comes from : of Justice GrindingOn
The: regular rrteeMiir of the vKissimmee Tallahassee
that the Governor *
Make Up Program. < Board of Trade, will <, will veto all bills designed as a <- Very Slowly,

4*' be held this evening at the head. 4. '> thrust at his administration in < I
444fis t 4.4?44w': ..!>4w{:.;AC:>*'" Co Thomas requests all, members to 4 < appointive power (given under > Dinah Wallace, a negrees, was c.!

,,4 r ..0- Co be on hand, as matters of Import- < __ 4> the constitution, It is also said < found guilty of murder' in' the first 1

to, CLASS OF+'""t7, 00 ance. will come QP for consiii.:!ra-'. I that the chief executive intends <- degree in the Circuit Court Tuesday, 1
4 -> 0) tion: Citizens generally are invited > all the Democratic 4>
< Edna Calkins 0- < to attend. 4 .> nominees who recognied him as ,. the verdict being submitted by the '

*<, Elsie Dietz, 4 4 4 4* the Democratic nominee. Those jury, after' several hours of deliberation :

Abby Harris, 4 -<":-:+:o---c.: : .;.->---X-< <- who did not, he considers bolters. < ,,carrying with it a recommenda. '.

<> Lois Johnson, <' to,whom,he is under no political ;44.or tion to the court for mercy. The)

<0' Amy Makinson, 0- ll.: Who's Afraid?.......Anonymous party obligation. : ,. ,< ) 4efendod.byMilton.Pledg, '
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< ,D. Geiger, < lane .-..........-....C. Kellog er, appointed by Judge Perkins. Dinah :'I i
< Harold Herrberg? <, ? .,...,Bryan Simpson _ ,_ _. _., no ,OKEECHOBEE COUNTY BILL was charged wlth'the'slaylnjf of'Wil ,1
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< Sheldon Johnson.. 4 Intermezzo Rusae.-.._...Th. Franke PASSES THE LEo'ISLATUREBY' lie, Lee,'another negroes, at Deer Park'' : .. ,
4 High School Orchestra''' ,Y" MEET UNANIMOUS VOTE several months ago. Her testimonywas :
oCo 6 tOOO DECISION JOF JUDGES AND DE- -' in substance that the Lee woman .

LIVERY OF MEDALSThe AT COURT HOUSE 'TOMORROWRealizing TALLAHASSEE, May 3.-The bill had stolen the affections of her (Dinah's f..

'. ---r- for the creation of Okeechobee countywas ) husband; had told her she was .
Mrs. E. E. Wells)
first event of the Commence- before the House this afternoon going to do so; and upon investigationthe
One of the most successful terms in ment proper will bo the Sunday serv- on its third reading;, having already Wallace woman found hubby and

the history of the school: is nearing ice. This will conform to the follow- the Importance of the two gage in the raising of foodstuffs. This passed the Senate.' Representative W. Willie together at the tatter's home.

completion and the closing events are ing program, : paramount questions of the hour- land is all fenced, on Barbeau's Island C Langford offered an amendment Dinah procured a sooting proceed..
being arranged. Commencement Sermon "Production" and ."Conservation," the ,easily:,accessible to ,the city, and changing ,the boundaries of ed to do "business" and killing .
numbers Sunday, May 13th, 1917, 11 O'clocka. people of this community are arousedto is ideal_.for this purpose. He will as- posed new county BO as not to include Willie.
The 1917.graduating class m., High School Auditorium the situation, and there already sist in any ,possible way to help the any territory ,west of the Kissimmee The grand jury presented a true but
seven girls, Edna Calkins' Elsie Dietz Hymn 0 Worship the King:, much activity in backyard good cause along. river, or in' DeSoto county. After Saturday against Bob and Mitty Evans '
Abby ,Harris, Lois Johr.son, Amy. ......Chorus and Congregation and farming on more gardening'l I. Hunter and Lee Make Proposition much,discussion in which, Mr. Lang charged with incest. ',Another was 1
Makinson. Laura Thomas, Manle I IWItherlpoon. Invocation Since the matter was brou .. Messrs. Harry Hunter of the Hunter ford played'valiant part, the amend filed against Ed. Simons, grand larceny -
Scripture Reading.Dr. O. B. Falls attention of the public by, the Gazette I' Land Company, and John Lee, two ment prevailed? by a votcf of 43 to 22. Arrests In both, these, cases
L. D.
., and three boys, Solo, Life's Way, last week. Many expressions have' of our prominent citizens have been' The bill was then placed upon its final have, been made.. :*

Gieger, Harold Herzberg and Sheldon ....-, Rev. J'. Savage Minot been heard complimentary to the pub-',: heard from with, a "war relief offer.", passage and the roll call showed a Three cases ago.InstHenry Savage,
Johnfon. Miss Laura Thomas lication on the stand taken, and re- Mr. Lee has large areas of rich muck' unanimous vote' in favor of it. The charged with forging and altering
An innovation Is noticeable in the Prayer..*_..Rev. W. B. Witherspoon sults have shown themselves in diverse land near Southport, almost ready for' bill was immediately referred back to marks and brands, and one of larceny
graduating exercises, for this class Anthem, Praise the Lord, ways.Through. the plow, while the Hunter peopleown the Senate, where it was called up by of domestic animal, were continued
wishes to be known as the sensible -.-' A. W. Lansing the, efforts of Miss Albina much cut over pinelands be Senator A. M.' Wilson and passed for the, term. At the requested the I
class and has eliminated every unnecessary High School Chorus Smith, who has charge of the Home tween Kissimmee and Orlando:, Bothof unanimously., For the time being at state's'attorney: the two cases against
expense. The girls have Sermon---..---Rev. C. H. Summers Extension work for Osceola county, a the gentlemen are'willing to offer' least the county division question is, Randolph Young, embezzlement, were,
agreed to wear one dress to all these Hymn. 0 God Our Help in Ages Past, public meeting will be. held at the to any,reliable. person or persons, settled. continued. Two charges were filed
events. The material of this dressy ' ._,_.., ....Chorus and Congregation court house square Saturday morning having the equipment, or able to ar- The bill to abolish the present system -' against/ James Prostott, altering and
must not exceed three dollars in cost Benediction which will be in the nature of a range for same, the raw lands necessary of naval stores inspection was changing of marks and brands, find
and in fact the girls have purchased On Monday the crowning event will "Plant-a-Garden-Day." It is expectedthat to (raise sweet:potatoes or other killed in the House by a large major. these were also continue for the'
their goods from the same bolt off take place, the graduating exercises of a great deal of good will will re- fodder crops at this season or other ity, and is likely. to meet hte same fate present term. A y
goods and are using the same designin the class of 1917. sult from this meeting. Prominentmen food drops later on, and to'give'' the in the Senate. This is one of the several Presentment of,Grand Jury
having them made. They have dis- In harmony with the previous cus- among whom are County.AgentB. land free of rental for a sufficiently measures before the Legislature The following is the presentment ,of
'tiItpenaed with hat for the Sunday tom at the Eighth Grade Graduation E. Evans, H., Clay Stanford Dr. W. long period warrant the effort., It to strip administrative of its ap tblti-grand jury:, "
''-T.;; ;-fnorning event, too;,, which is another exercises, will be presented an enter- B. Witherspoon,' Rev. O. B, Falls, Rev.C. is suggested by them that some or- pointing; power. The capital was In the. 'Circuit Court V>f the TSevonth
..' substantial saving. taining program of musical numbersand H. Summers, A. S. Nelson MayorJ ganized effort be made to procure the crowded with naval stores people interested Judicial Circuit in And for Osce-
In addition to the regularrtwelfth readings.., A well trained group S. Cadel, Col.! Lewis O'Brien, C. E. seed and fertilizer and idle labor' to in this legislation. The, information ola'county, State ,of Florida-
grade work the young' people of Eighth Grade' pupils will render a Powell, Prof. R. M. Evans: and S. B, 'I. make these lands' produoe. In addition sent out by your corre- .Spring Term A. D. 1917.
have done excellent service on the splendid chorus, and the,High School Aultman will be present to make addresses to the above Messrs. Lee and spondent relative to this bill seems to To the Hon. James W. Perkins, Judgeof
school paper. Orchestra will give several selections timely for the occasion, and Hunter may also furnish mules in have had a desirable effect. ,said Court! 4
The School Paper Eighth Grade Graduation' Exercises the school children will be on hand to some deserving cases. As some of We, the grand jury empanelled iA
Edna Calkins has been'the capable Class 1917 take part in the program. It is hoped these lands have already been fenced, FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION and for the said county for regular
editor in chief; Amy Makinson business that this meeting will be the starting or are partly under fence, and all are MEETING SATURDAY MORN Spring Term. A. D. 1917, have ''com
manager; L. D. 'Geiger, circulation High School Auditorium Friday, May organization to further the work of accessible 'to cheap transportation, it AT 9:30 VERY pleted our labors I and beg leave to
manager; Manie Witherspoon, 11, 10:30: O'clock" a. m. this most important patriotic duty. seems that something should be doneto IMPORTANT: present. these our general! presentments .
editor Laura Thomas, local Invocation. Drought Offers Land induce to do his "bit"in I
literary ; : S every person .a, All members of the Klssimmee '
2.High School Orchestra."'_!*.-"*".s,; ,, c, '. National We have examined all cases brought ,
editor; Abby Harris, exchange editor; .\ A.,,E. Drought, one of the leading the world's war. '" Farm Loan ,
3. Reading-The Star''Spangled) 'Ban Association are re- before us and,taken such action, as ;
'and the others have all had some part spirits of the community, always on Many other suggestions have been quested to meet at the council cham-' have deemed S
in' success which this creditable little -. ner.---------- Jessie O'Donnell hand to assist in any worthy cause, 'made and theories advanced and it is ber Hall right and proper as we
sheet has attained. Alva Fortner has signified his intention to donate evident that Kissimmee will do her Saturday morn- Interpret the laws of the state of
ing at 9:30 for the of .
Medal 4. Voices of the Woods ten of fine truck and farm landto with other purpose signing] Florida.
Who'll Get The I acres "bit" nobly along the communities the individual
... .. t blank applications for
.. RubensteinFormanEighth We recommend that all gates
the across
Speculation is rife among Grade Chorus any worthy persons desiring to en- of the state. loans, which must .be, made out and I
our public highways be taken
graduates as to whom the Fell medal .A down t
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will be awarded. This beautiful gold 5. Reading-Columbus' any further action or automatic gates be put up in their
medal is offered by J. Nelson Fell ._- Joaquin Miller A. E. THOMAS IS NAMED WATER RATE REDUCE'DBY will be taken! out by the Federal Bank'at stead by the'owners of the land whero t
.. Thelma Woodall CITY TAX COUNCIL' Columba, S. C. which Is headquarter such gates are found. "
formally in the banking business in! ASSESSOR BY CITY for this district. ,
notice does
I 6. High School Orchestra.
Kissimmee of Warrington, Va., COUNCIL TUESDAY Complaint has been made that some .
now William the NIGHT. FOR WARDEN PURPOSESThe not apply to those who signed loan '
l7. Reading-Old Goat illegal fishing has been
going in
for the best essay written by the graduating ..1Anon I I applications last week. on ':
-1- Lake Tohopekaliga and East Tohope-
class. 'The subject of thisyear's ;
is "Shall We Have Mili- I Jeanette Prevatt The City council at its meeting city for gardening I Members who' fail to receive this notice kaliga. We believe thaVthls benefits .
essay High Schools 8. Vocal Solo-''Examination Tuesday night named A. E. Thomas purposes has been reduced by the city 1 1I in time to attend meeting should but few ,and injures many therefore .r
in Our .D'1n.:: I ,
and tary what Training is adjudged the best ,- .___.- ..-_' ... : as tax assessor, his bid for the work I colons, in co-operation with the gar- call at Mr., Thomas' office, Room 14, we suggest that the Sheriff take Immediate .
will be read at the commence- Mary Spier eing l the only one presented before dening campaign, which has been In. State Bank Bldg., soon thereafter as steps to atop the same.' We ,
9. Piano Solo-"Spinning Song," the body. Mr. Thomas agrees to do augurated. Persons desiring this sere possible in order to complete their ap. recommend also a more rigid enforce- ;
ment. ___._________ Ellmenreich the work for this t 1000 plications. Bring with you a deed or
Other medals for which these has year for the sum of ice can get same at lOc per gallons ment of our game laws, and the illegal "
rivalry the I Lois Overstreet $300.: lie will start on his rounds by paying for meter and installation legal description of the land on which selling of liquor. I
has been one
a sharp are : 10. Awarding of Medal and,deliveringof within the next few weeks and of loan is desired. .
offered for general excellence in the says same. Through: committee we have examined ,:
,_ school and similar offered diplomas.___Prof. R. M. EvansIn that it is his intention to assess the the court house, jail ,and "
"high 'a one
to: the grammar school by R. E. Rose, addition to the regular diplomas property on a 100 per cent basis,'and Mrs. F. W.Hill of Narcoossee leftWednedday'for CHARTER DISCUSSED BY gropndsand submit the following'( for,, ''_ ;.
which the graduates will receive, n reduce the millage! accordingly.The ,j BOARD OF TRADE AND your careful consideration: "
the state chemist. New York City on a
I, special diploma has been prepared and CITY .REPRESENTATIVES 1. That repairs on plumbing in .
M. Katz offers a gold medal for visit to her son, Fred, wno has been
will be to each in the
mathematics in the hitrh school; Dr. presented pupil twenty-ninth annual Florida I engaged/ business in tha) city for jail be made where needed. '"
*W. B. Witherspoon will give a prize schools who has not been absent' nor Christian Endeavor convention met some time. Mrs. Hill's visit jut at. At a meeting-held last night in the 2. That all odds and ends' such,, as
,for the best work done in the Domes tardy during, the school tsrm. at Orlando in the First Presbyterian I i this time is occasioned by Fred's ap- office of Hon. C. A. Carson, which was stovepipe, books, papers, etc., be stored
tic Science Department. The Department of Expression, un- Church last week Miss Helen Per- pointment as a first lieutenant in the attended by the members of the city in some certain places out of the
Carson Declamation Mtdal der the direction of Miss Elizabeth den was one of the delegates from the, U. S. engneering corps, which will ne- council, appearing as individuals, how. way,
'' Aultman, will close the year's work ever, and a special committee of the 3. Clean windows and of all
The C. A. Carson declamation medal local church, and reports a very Interesting ,.j ce8s tate his leaving for one of the rooms
,offered' to girls and the J. ,L. Over- with a recital given at the High and helpful meeting. training camps within short time. Board of Trade 'the proposed! charterfor cobwebs.

; ,street medal offered to boys will be School Auditorium, Thursday night, i __________ the city of Kissimmee was discussed 4. Put new carpet in court room '
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decided at the contest held Friday May 10th. dissected and a, probable understanding where needed. '
evening, when the following program Recital Expression Department reached upon the provisions 6. Repair bottom of iron fence
' 'Will be rendered: Thursday, May 10th, at 7:45 p. m. of documents. Several changeswere around jail fixed. so,no one can get under
' Annual Declamation Contest High 1. Selection by High School Orchestra YOUNG MAN! YOU MUST SERVE YOUR COUNTRY! WHY NOT suggested and ,accepted, thoughone same
School Auditorium7r1day" 2. Chorus, the King's Chfrqpion\ , ENLIST important point-that of con- 7. Some spittoons should be put In
- May Fourth, Nineteen Seven- -.-..-....Osceola High School RIGHT NOW IN YOUR HOME COMPANY tracting the city limits-was left: the court room and throughout the
teen, Eight O'clock p. m. 8.a) A Very, Bad Case.F.. Staufferb SOME REASONS WHY THIS IS PREFERABLE open report on whlch' Is to be made' building in place of the unsanitary
Hall of Fame--------Thos. II.. Allen ( ) The Dancers___..Michael Field some time during the day. The trade' ones now in use. '-
high School Orchestra Jane May board committee will submit Its' re- : 8. A water ,cooler or drinking foun-

.'' 1. King Volmer and Elsie 4. The Attraction __.-,_...Unknown port at the regular meeting of the. tain on each floor with ,sanitary, cups" '*' '

__._.John Greenleaf Whittier Margaret Dann body tonight. attached.
, The selective conscriptive draft bill has passed Congress the de-
Mamie 5.,Little Bo-Peep, ; 9. That holes in casing on base
-3... Confession of the King's ______....Samuel Minturn Peck tails for''the working out of the system of selection will be announced] SHIPPING IRISH POTATOES boards in wash room adjoining court

Musketeer .... .._Anon mous Anna Story soon. "Young men between the ages of approximately 18 and 27 are IN CARS WITHOUT BARRELS room be closed. .
Murray Overstreet 6. (a) Far in the,Woods in May now bound by law as well 'as duty, to serve their country in the present OK CRATES OR HAMPERS 10. Repaint,windows in Jail. ,
4, S.' Cigarette's Ride and Death.Ouida _..__,To.u_.Edith M. Thomasb 11. Repair door of padded cell
-Gussto"WtmT"1-' -, ( ) ,Cherries crisis. Owing to the scarcity of barrels 12. Close flue holes in chimney
t .4.Robert: Emmetf's Protest Against .-... _Frederic E.-Weatherly Reasons why enlistment in the home company is to be preferred to Irish potatoes are' being shipped with- when not in,use.

4 Sentence. ._?-___.- Anonymous Irene Ingram being drafted into t the service under the law: out receptacles of any kind. Sheriff 13. Put new heavy wire on win
. Edgar Bryan' 7. Song of the Western Men Firsts It is composed of clean with whom Ingram who began shipping this dows of jail when needed.
' Love's Old Sweet Sonir.Molloy Fearis ...._:__...___..R. D. Hawker a company young men week, is dumping the spuds .in box 14. We find that the Vault in the
r High, School Glee Club Horace Dann you associate daily, and you are assured that your tentmate will be the cars, regardless sizes for which he CI.erk's"office is entirely inadequate to- '

,C.). PerditaMrs.. W. R Jones 8. The Fool's Prayer..Edward R. Till same calibre fellow. yourself. is receiving an excellent price The hold the present :records of this coun
Thelma market holding firm, No. 1 quality ty. The Clerk is to. leave
Gertrude McKay Woodall ; Second: Being a local company you will not become detached compelled
+ 6. Resistance to British Aggression 9. The Little Brook from home town would otherwise: being quoted Thursday at $7.50 to $8; some ,of the record books on the floor
..._._;-...Patrick Henry ......James Whitcomb Riley your as you No. 2 quality ranges from $6.50 to $7, on account of the lack of shelf,room.
Henry Edwards _. Olivine Savage .> Third A bill"is now pending to raise the pay of a private to' $20 and No. 3's from $4 to $5.50 per bar The arrangements for keeping the

t nf Maker of Violins'' 10. Even This Shall Pass Away per month. ' rel. large abstract books are very inconvenient ' ,;

i.. ,_Elizabeth Burgess Hughes :I.--......._.... Unknown Fourth: You will be spared part of the hard drilling.and work and cause the books to be 4
Fripp ,Virginia Dann VACATION FOR BAND handled a great deal more than neces.
Carolyn I I'I necessarily incident to entirely new regiment
11. ;The Peewee _.John 'con. As these books are extremely '
Trowbridge After next afternoon's sary.
'8.' King' Robert of Sicily-Longfellow: Sunday
Fifth You will have the satisfaction in after life of that '
i knowing and this constant hand
( ; Bert Wells i :: Lottie Clark cert the' Kissimmee Band boys will large heavy ,
,On.'Fleeting Hour.Dorothy Leef 12., The Legend Beautiful ,when 'your country needed men to'defend the great principles on which take a vacation for two consequently ling of them will soon cause them to
( High School Orchestra '' ......j.-_...... Longfellow our' government rests, it was not necessary. for them to force you by' law ) there 'will be n
:-1'. Mr. ,Bowwer'.' Screen: ,Door I Alva Fortner ',' to respond to her calLFor during that time. The public if rewritten and rebound at no' very distant ij

.kj..._..--._..-. Anonymous, 13. Piano Solo,'Allegro Motto In 'A , ) notified, however that at the-expiration date. .
\ k ---- files In all are
The not
L Lenore Van.Outer Minor .. ---TET-Carl Robling of that time the regular' programof original cases
*q10. 'Spartaeus to the Gladiators Lena' L.'iyBllams -- 'information as to enlistment in your home' organization, apply'to concerts will again be taken up and kept in the vault, there being no apace

|t -r" '',......:.-=..........., E. Kellog I I" Capt. Howard M. Katz or Lieut.,Lee JarrelL I carried on'' 'throughout the summer r
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To Kill Rats and Mice Request b made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to send items -
The Kissimmee Gun Club have just ALWAYS USE ( Andrew Carter) *f Society Event V\> the Editor for publication in these colums.I An audit of the city's books will be 1

issued a nifty program for the Florida Stearns' Electric Paste 'TALLAHASSEE May Adjutant made within the near future. In line J;

"r StateShoot to be held here May 15, General J. B. Christian has Issued an 10 1 tI , 10 10 I 0 InO I 0 1 0 I 0 with action taken .t the meeting of :i,
: 16 and 17, under the auspices of the roll direction*In 18 Unrna 010 10IOI9 C council
41O. the city on Tuesday night. .
order relieving Colonel Blanding of It
local club Three hundred dollars has And HOo090000tOO-OHUOH OOOOf 440'4'404 that the
Paid *rnrb roe 14.00. developed been offered as prizes, and two hun- his command of the Second Regimentof "-4 ials had not been checked' I.
dred dollars in trophies. U.E..eva..reae" buys It. National Guards. The order'was : MRS. WOODALL ENTER : WOODMAN CIRCLE SILVER < ]1912, and upon motion of Councilman up since

For the encouragement of trapshooting Issued from the adjutant general's 4 '.T.tINS; 4 SOCIAL Carson, the finance committee was in. .1
J. the Interstate Association t 90tOtt00090 O' Ot 0 headquarters at St. Augustine and is 4 0 4 strutted to take the matter up with 't"
1 has contributed Twenty-five Dollars 4 a effective immediately. When asked H-OO+o.oO 0000+"0 0 to+oo. power to act. 'City Clerk Gilbert nof,"
f ($25)) in cash, Seventy-five Dollars in 4 I AM THE BABY 4 his reason for relieving Colonel Bland. I II titled the council that he' bad endeav. ...a I
trophies and Fifty Dollars in cash to 4 4 ing General Christian who is here, The Priscilla Club I ored at various times!! to have the' ;
J 'the winner or runner-up of the Interstate 4 I am the Baby a stated that he had no explanation to entertained Saturday was very afternoonby pleas- Merriment' reigned at the Fraternity solons authorize this work done '
1 Association's State Amateur 4* I am the youngest institution make further than that the Colonel ontly Hall Tuesday evening when the without results. In bringing the '
mat. ,
Mrs. J. J. Woodall at her ;'
Championship event, conditional upon 4> in the world and,the oldest. held at the pleasure of the prettyhome members of the Woodmen Circle.held ,ter before the body Dr. Carson said tr i
in Breeze addition. Dainty
i" t the winner or runner-up attending the 4> The Earth is my' Heritage Governor, and that his removal was Cape' one of their popular silver socials. The that it was unfair to the cityofficials ';
work the
Grad American Trapshooting. Tournament 4 when I come into being, and 4 considered for the goood of the serv- facy through the afternoon occupied,hours and guests'refreshments amusement and for the evening and netted was varied the as well as the taxpayers, that the ac, to''
I and competlg in the National 4 when I go I leave it to the next 4 ice. fruit and assorted entertaining counts were not checked: up and his .-i t
of punch The
Amateur Championship at single tar- .' of babies. < It ladies In charge a goodly sum. '
generation 'understood that Gen. Christian cakes were served. Norma motion carried the provision that all "
.t 4 ,My mission is to leave the .4* was well pleased with the efficiency of Reeves and Nellie Woodall' assistedas program follows, 0 accounts should be audited for the* *
gets.T. II. Evans of Orlando, donated one .,> Earth a better place than I found < the regiment while it was on border hostess. Attending the afternoon Solo Miss Ella Mae Gilbert. past years up to January 1, 1917. 'i,
silver loving long run trophy. it.. duty and is proud of the'record it has Recitation Mellie Woodall. "
cup were: Mrs; Woodall, Mrs. A. Cotter. A..E. Thomas was selected as'clt, ''
1 The'S. B. Hubbard Co., of Jackson I. With my1 million little Broth, made, but there are'other things which man, Mrs. Lyles V. Story, Mrs. N. H. Piano solo""That Eustis Peak. tax assessor. His bid submitted to do ;:
4 and Sisters I do this if < Reading, Old Sweet HeartofMine" ;
e vine, donated: One rifle for high gun era can count with the general as well as ef Brat ton, Mrs. R.. D. Guice, Mrs. Jack this work wan in .the sum: of $300, \,
4 the World does not < ), Miss Grace Gilbert. .
too (
exclusiveof impose ficiency. He is a strict disciplinarian, ,
on total registered target, Bass Mrs. J. L. Reeves, Misses Elon and being the only applicant, was v
4 -CoCo play-"In Want of Servant.rCast
many handicaps. but demands that military discipline/ a.
State Championship Shoot. Guice, ?4ina Brat-ton Myrtle Collier, given the job. -Mr. Thomas' intention ;
Now need Pure Milk and 4 of characters
shall be. enforced all along the line, Norma Iteaves Nellie Woodall Mrs, : the basis ,'Ii
of assessments
The Western Cartridge Company is to on of
Fresh Air and Mr. Marshal and wife R. L. Sum-
Play ,
Penin- among the officers as well as the men. J .L. Beaman Mrs. Sarah A. Cahoon and in this theJI?
Alton, UK, represented by the 100 per cent., case
> When I am a little older I shall -> lie will not tolerate slack methods ner and Mrs. M. EJCroxton.\
of Tam Mrs. A..M. Story, Mrs. Robert Glover be lowered '
eula Naval Stores Company, millage will accordingly. 7f 4
<- need good Schools In'which to 4 while others Servants-Just Margaret O'Flanna.
among some are dealt Mrs. C..,.H. Summers Mrs John John.
pa, donated: Case of ,shells' for the <* learn the Lessons of Life. < with severity. Neither will he 'toler '' gran, Mabel Ploetz; Katherine Van It was discovered that the city'ordi.i I
best team of five from any one club. > I want to live, laugh, love, 4> ate, abuse of authority any more than E.son Wells., Mrs John Chapman and .Mrs. E. "KoUenstein Mrs. O. Ploetz;; Snowdrop nances does not give proper authority &;

The Consolidated Grocery -Co., of 4 9 work, play. 0) he will stand for disrespect. of it. Washington Clara Ploetz. i to officials in the case of quarantining I!r
Jacksonville, donated: Case of shells > I want to hear good music < These fixed Mrs. Bunker with f Freddie Alma places where contagious diseases for high 'gun total registered! targets. > read good; book; see beautiful < have policies of the General'soffice Mfr++H.o+> ..,?4ti 44 i 44'4? Cooper with, Gerl'ld Croxton. Fst. .This was discussed, and Mayor ,4 1
: given rise to the
.. The Graystone Hptel of Kissimmee .:> pictures 4 may that the General" + Recitation: Willie! Joiner Cadel was instructed to give this matj

..,"",:'fe,1)atrdo"ated{' f"$!Sjlvcrr-Jovingw'/ "ufor. .';kq" ''It1'want. $ ,'rb'; uildv..Housea.alnd.,.4 : tfi't'1f''I rumor l'a 'Wft''ftOme''Ot'-'thct-must shots have .p 000""MRS."" .,*, ,-TUCKER",,, ...,,, ...",ENTERTAINS....."....iI"-"" < ""'"Solo Miss Ella Mae Gilbert. ,,-.. ter his' immediate attention, with. :3
high professional on total registered 9* Roads and Railroads and Cities, < taken around the Colonel's'headquarrters :! w.z.g4, Piano'S 1bta1et'1"l itz'i'w! ; : owll.'to.'aet.'I';!! "' ----r ..'..,*
targets. 4> I want to walk in the woods, < on the border when some high 4444444444.: >:' )o.->* Piano Solo, MI'I.1.. E. Croxton. The bond of City Clerk Gilbert in "<'

f Information bathe in the waters, and play in < officers of the-Second Regiment were Recitation; "When Pa 'Went Court the sum of $3,000 was submitted, and t
4 the snow. '- 4 In unfortunate Others Mrs. J. Wade Tucker entertained ing Pa," Clara Ploetz. approved. The sureties are E. L. Lesley .
The shooting. will begin at 0:30: a. 4 Tarn Yesterday,Today and 'To- attribute a Very Cola Standing's pose.- rert.lrem.ont: the members of'thli'KinlCS' Daughters Duet, Clara: and Mabel Ploetz. I IjLJC. Stanford and II. M.,Pfann. '1
in, each day.Money 4 4 class of the Methodist Sunday School Jig by Ernest' Mach and Horace *" .
morrpw. : .1."
division is shown on ea hday's to the Bigger's case It will'! be remembered The'matter of 'repairing"ths city
1'' 4 If you will make myway easy that Biggers was the Tampa and a few friends'.Tuesday afternoonat I Dann. dock 'was taken up, upon information 'i
t program. .0. now, I will help you when I grow < Tribune correspondent who was the handsome Tucker residence ju"t I Then followed guessing! contests from R. G. Canova that same is in bad v!J.
Event 11 each day is not registered. up. given six months at hard labor for north of the city, in honor of Mrs. C. I when D.; Gilbert received a box of condition. The street committee will t

l Targets In all events two Bents each, 4 I am your hope-I AM:: THE writing certain frivolous matters to H. Driggers.The : stationary for gUessnig nearest the have the structure placed in good con .
included in entrance fee. > BABY. the Tampa paper which happened to honoree was greatly surprised 'number of beans in.a jar, and a doll dition. Mr. Canova also asked for a '

A supply of standard factory loaded 4 4 offend the commanding officers. There when the guests each presented her for guessing' its name. A mysterious small salary for work done I for' the I:N'
1 hllii will be for sale on the grounds.M 9++0.00-0.00 o.O.OooHO Ooi 0 U OHoTIME Is another rumor which attributes the with 'a present as an expression of package, was then produced, and was city on the docks, but this matter was
their appreciation of her efforts in behalf won by Miss Sadie Bryan who was
Interstate Association revised trap- retirement of Col.! Blanding to his laid over.
I of the class. the fcrtunate in it be J
Inspecting dainty guessing to a pic
rules will all events. well-known unpopularity with the out
-: booting govern FOR HOLDING THE I, needlework occupied the ladies for the Much discussion was brought by
Seven trophies'will be awarded to1 boys of the Second Florida Regiment, ture.Refreshments plans submitted by, Councilman Haley > |
1 COUNTY COURT HAS BEEN I remainder of the afternoon which of punch and cake ,,4
while still
:the winners of the first seven places others attribute his losing concluded with delicious ice were served. that the city have a purchasing agent, ,!
a course.
CIIANGED BY LEGISLATUREThe i out to his lack of respect to his super- of the old of procuring t 1
r in Florida State Championship, $50 Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. D. G. Wagner instead system
\1 in cash to the winner of the State oJr officers. and Misses Lola Lawler Maude 099ttOO supplies. The plan is said to beJ Jan 1
x t t'a 'Championship or runner-up in case time for holding the county Col.' Standing's displacement may Alice and Adah Wagner assisted the o 004000t 4 excellent one, will save the city )
; I. the winner cannot attend the Grand court of Osceola county has been have! been due to one or all of the hostess in serving. 4 THE ANSWER much money and waste, and will laterbe I.

; American Handicap conditional .upon changed, a bill having passed the Leg. above speculative theories, or to none Thirty-five guests were in attend. 4 submitted in concrete forty for 4'
I; said winner or runner up making entry islature to this effect. The time for of 'them, but merely for the "good of ance. 9ttOOOOtOt.OOOOtOoOO *+Ho adoption. In the meantime the chair :(:
-+! i i-'. and competing in the Amateur holding these terms will the tho service." But one thing is certain: r man of the finance committee will act '"'

Championship at single target. first. Mondays in March, June Sep. his retirement will be applauded by H 000060 in the ,capacity of purchasing agent l.
tt Kissimmee Gun Club will give the tember and December. This will make the public in general who love a So Inspiring was the fete held last for .:

I following trophies: High professional the next term of the county court square deal and who believe that Big : PICNIC AT PARADISE IS. week for the benefit of the, Red Cross Bass suggested an extension

1. on total targets, low gun on total registered commence on the first Monday in June. gers did not get one. No one who has LAND 4 work and so ingenious was the rhyming of the fire limits. No action '

targets.Contestants' The change was suggested owing to mingled with the boys'of the Second invitation from the hostesses that was taken. The matter of appointing k!j:

'lo can shoot for targets the fact that under the old schedulethe Regiment and heard expressions from . . . . . . . . 66. .>66. . 6. it called forth this poetical iffusion a city surveyor was discussed, there ':*:,,
circuit and county court terns them on the subject will doubt that from one of the guests, which was being two applicants-Joe Johnston/1.
only in any or all events. come so close together, as not to give the order relieving Col. Blanding of A of read during the evening.AN the present incumbent and Arnold & ",
t .j Non-residents of the state are not his command will be jolly party young people motored "OWED"In
the clerk and other officials e reason. enthusiasticallyreceved to Paradise Island after MacDonough. Upon motion of Mr.
j'' eligible to win the state championship able time to attend to their respective by that large element of the noon'fo'r a'picnic Friday and returnedby thirteen (note the number) of dactylic Haley no appointment for the position ,
but can shoot in this event for the duties with/the desired promptnessand regment who didn't happed to share moonlight. In supper the, lines will be made, and whenever engineering ':
party were: I
money. dispatch. his favor. Three ladies propose to corner our work is to be don by the':"
Misses Louise Clark Marie Huddles.
{ Professionals will shoot for targets ,- ...-....nnwnn.n..nMoney The public generally recognizes the ton, Anna Williams, Violet Bullock, dimes. city, ,the council is to give same out ,
T only. Their plan is quite simple Just
4 : bring
for stern to local
'" necessity military regulations some concern. \
Cathryne Carr, Muriel Prentis Carolyn

Lunch will be'served the divided Rose System 53 them
on : they
as the highest degree of efficiency say The bulkhead anythingpertaining i j'
Fripp, Norma Griffin Lois John matter nor
grounds. 2-1. To the home of the poet for her
cannot be maintained without son and Mary Tiller Messrs. B. Hamilton ; to the city charter was /
; ,
Hotel reservatioge should be madeIn Thursday Second Day May 17th. rhyme you must
such regulaton and it is therefore all pay.
advance. Shoot Begins 9:30. Dick and Ned Bullock, Raymond brought up ,the meeting.
( the more just and important that'theabuse ,
I The management reserves the right Events. Targ. Ent. Fee Ad. Money of military power on the part of Bearden. Ted Estey Lawrence and Observe please, her talent to take the ,F
Ito reject any\entry. .. ., 1 20 : $2.00 $15.00 : commanding officers should receivethe Roy Carr, Frank atid Edgar Bryan, word "cause"' '
Guns and ammunitions. & ': : : 15.00 Sheldno Johnson and William Arnold. And with license ;
f&I to Poetic'torhyme
$ shipped ( 2.00""" I' severest condemnation, not only at it Stomac
:i the Osceola Hardware Co.|will be'de 2.00 Yo 'I..i'15.00, the hands of the but from the ". with.Vwars.SWp! HiiiS$ : "I.-
r livered ,to the grounds; HHH :211_2.00 415.00 highest sources 0 rubliC. authority. ..0+090+00W,40'4444444444 Such:freedom I land skill[should.I impel ..-

- -- :.... \../ Graystone&1 Hotel fBshootersjMheadJ! 2.00 15.00 Itl|is'a'i\prevalent: public opinion S """""'10 x ""''>"'!; >\ COUNTnY'C"U + .
quarters., 'r )I to 6, .Rose the young manhood of the country will ; F. And, |consider thelneedBofirenacting \
I ,
Ford Garage headquarters. for auto- : System 53-2-1. be slow to offer its services to the 4 + some laws. ' ,I

mobiles. Free storage. army when it is know that such servo HO. -Spasms( half over)
_. The program follows: InterstateAssociation's State Amateur ion: may subject them to a condition '
Tuesday May 15th. Practice Day. Chapmlonship worse than slavery should they incur The Country Club is closed for this Now, I'm not. paying for that kind of h 1

Shoot Begins at 2 p. m. Events Targ. Ent. Fee Ad..Money the disfavor of some petty officer over season to reopen again in October. rhyme;
f, Five events of 15 targets each, op. 6 20 2.00 15.00 them. On the other hand, if it is Last waek: < Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Stan I prefer to take eats! in exchange for ,G
tional sweeps of $2 each event. .Tar 7' 20 2.00 15.00 known that abuse of authority will in. I ford gave a charming little tea in my dime; .,
r get's two cents each. 8 20 2.00 %15,00 voke the severest punishment upon honor of several Kissimmee visitors.On But her "Cause,". it is just and I'm i f:
r v 9 20 Saturday a golf tournament was sure that we ought '
2.00 15.00 the officers guilty of it. the ranks of
t Wednesday, First Day, May 16th. 10 20 '2.00 15.00 the army will be promptly filled with advertised, but failed to come off. Dig down in our jeans and each givea One Done of Mayr'a Wonderful Rem' n
a ;' Shoot Begins 9:30. Events 6 to 10- money divided ten the "flower of American manhood" Mrs. L. A. Hamilton and Miss Ham quarter. edy Drives Them Out-Ends Torture.

,C k Events Targ. Ent. Fee Ad. Moneys equal moneys. without resorting to compulsory' serv ilton left last Monday for Washingtonand I Stomach poisons breed millions of ,
1 20 $2.00 $15.00 ice. It is therefore thought that Philadelphia on their way to Can. But e'en though offering in terms financial "
r f, ,2 20 2.00 15.00 Club Contest Blanding's' removal will ada and Mr. (.. A. Hamilton and Mr. germs/ that eat into your vitals, caus-
::3 20 2.00 15.00 "' prove a great and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton intend leaving Be quoted in figures not considered' ing Gas Pressure, Indigestion, Constipation
' I 11 50 $5.00 Impetus to enlistments, regardless of
Torpid Liver; AutoIntoxication -
4 20 2.00 15.00 foe Canada on Monday next; hoo- substantial
Club that prompted General
'' 5 20 2.00 15.00 Contest.--Any organized club Christian in ing to return sometime in the fall. Just remember the plea of our hostess Yellow Jaundice, Gall Stones,
In the
State of Florida of making
having squad .
- 6 20 will be home and Appendicitis, Cancer and Ulcers of the
$.OO 15.00 They at next Saturday poet: .
m. five shooters present eligible to com It is not known at this writing who Stomach and Intestines '
a etc.
7 20 2.00 15.00 afternoon and hope that their friends "Bring a feeling that's hearty"-and etcf
. 8 20 2.00 15.00 pete.Kissimmee Winner takes all. will succeed Col. Blanding at the headof Jvill be able to come and say good. to everyone show it. Thousands sufferers' have been restored -
will spare no effort to the Second Florida Regiment as by Mayrs Wonderful Remedy,
9 20 2.00 15.00 bye.: If we lend of our best to the even-
make the success of the 1917 shoot General Christian has .'
10 20 '2.00 15.00 given out no ing's fun, among them Justice of the Supreme ;
equal to and greater than the eventof hint on this subject. It is pretty:certain Court Congressmen Doctors Law
Be assured will ,
>-H+>4444444 we get the most for
rF t last year and judging from the however, that he will be the best 4 -4. our mon". yers, Bankers, Ministers, Nurses "
Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System communications 'which are pouring in available man for the position; and a Farmers, Mechanics persons of!
from all parts of the state the attendance man who will hold sacred of 4 SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS 4 -Contributed. .
4 The Old Standard groer*' itrcnctbcnlnB oak:, the! rights 4 every class-probably your own
'' r CROVE TASTEUEbS chill\TONIC drive out will be a record breaker.J. the men under him-who have offered 44C'44Q4444444444"S4 neighbors. Stomach troubles are due
' :MalartoeamMo tbMadbuildl tplbe oyo. E. LUPFER, Sec'y. their bodies to build a bulwark for {" M4C 44 C->< -<+:->-."':,,:,<-> mostly to catarrhal poison. 'Mayr's '
,tem. A true tonic.'For odulti cad cbildieo. SOc.
; the nation's defenses. .
t Mrs. Sarah Cahoon and Mrs. JL.. PLEASANT AFFAIR py Wonderful Remedy removes that poison j
.. .... .. W. C. cleanses the 1
------- ---- --- '--- - C -- --7------ --- -- -- Beaman are entertaining the Talent *. T. U. MEMBERS 4 thoroughly ) system,
Tea at the home of tre former this 4 drives out the disease breeding germs, '
afternoon. r allays. inflammation and ends suffer '

u Mrs. H. ,.N. Bratton will be hostess ing. Unlike+ any other remedy. No

1 r' .:..... ,_._. . for the Priscilla Club at her"home on A meeting around alcohol-nothingt' to injure you. One
---- ----- -- --- -- which dose
j' - Brack street Saturday. centers convinces. FREE book on Stomach -
unusual interest was held at the attractive Ailments. Write Geo. H. ,
Mrs. L. H. Ingram Mrs. A. W. Ba'l- ; Mayr
ev, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson and Mrs. J. I home of Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mfg. Chemist. Chicago, or obtain a )
'. Woodbeck will entertain at'' the Monday afternoon when fifteen of the bottle of Mayr'i Wonderful Remedy
". ,, '.. ( D'I
prominent members of the W. C. T.'U. from J. Z. Roberson or reliable
Memorial building Tuesday any
: : ., ; ', "0:'" : Their guests will be the teachers spent the hours in cutting and fash druggist, who will return, your money t

. the members of the Kings' Daughtersclass coning curtains for the windows of the if it fails. .
tI 9 of the Methodist Church. Hart Memorial Building. Upon the
: completion of their task, they were

7 P refreshed with sandwiches, punch and. IIALSBV V
'" OO< H cakes-
charmingly served by Miss "I ,

' .: Each time this clock ticks opportunity has come to everyone and P MR. LESLEY ENTERTAINS" 0 then Ethel adjourned The the entire Hart Memorial assembly '

unless it hat been seized. i is gone again. 4 4Dir. Building and that pretty little club
house is r'-.i
now hung with the new cur. '
tains. This <1j
( improvement
It require's both sagacity and pluck in every attempt to make the Leroy Lesley entertained a with a portion of the funds was received!\ made
number of his friends with an informal -
\ f from the popular "Wishing ".
j i most of an opportunity, but these, together with the added strength masquerade' dance Friday evening produced by home talent recently.Ring. ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS 5;
af "Rummy's Hall." After the ... WOOD WOKKIIVa MACHINERY I
't Iv" and power of a substantial l bank account; assure success*. masked crowd had assembled, the A complete line pf Mill Supplies and 1
1 masks were taken off and all enjoyeda ."444PH44444464440044.r44444 Heavy Machinery carried In stocky '
for Immediate ihlpment. Qt our
most delightful dance: Punch and
*, ROYAL O prices and catalogue before placing" I
}+ 1 3 Our Officers are ever willing' to co-operate. with you in' connection cowith rake was served throughout the even.ii'll' NEIGHBORS your order. '
a Mrs. John Lee and Mr. and Mrs. 4 4
-' financial /1 ,' O O OOOOtOOO a4 : .
t your masters E. L. Those
s . Lesley chaperoned. -, e. Bay Bt;'J.cfc_.ylll.. Fj ,,;
i 'i J>,* present wereMisses Mamie Pllley, Mrs.
I Margaret Lee,' Dot and. Joe Makinson E. E. Wells was hostess Fri. !.

';"' ;:'' ' : Corrie Cannon, Lucy Lupfer, Alpha day afternoon, entertaining the Royal WIaner You Ned OMaral Tom. "
Westfall, Marion Porter;Harriet Seymour Neighbor Lodge, at the social meet
5OF .
; 'atnes.esrlslsties JCITIZENS B'ANK' ; ,' Miss Turville and Mrs. 'Burroughs ,- ing. The hours was spent quit Informally 'Take ,row's ;

., ; Me88,... Nelson Makinson and an ice course was served The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless (
'. Ralph Turner Dewey Sumner,.R. M. late in the afternon. chill Tonic, .. equally valuable M a :
General the n
_. .. ' r KISSIMMEE ; Plant, Roy Graves, Will Mason Tiller Tonic becaoa* It contains '
.:". ., ,'. ''.< ,' ,' '.. etet.dy well knowntoaiepropetdesofQUININIt I
Willie 'Billie".1aklneon Wanted
\ v Button wood-cutters .
; ; and IRON. : It acts on UM Uw, Drives bout \
l' 'I Howard Wadick, Clyde. Taylor' John 1.00/ ffr.cor<1--For particulars write Ka1ari.; 'lbtricbee the Blood mod
.. Lee and Leroy Leal y.- V W. R/MolJIer, Fulford. Fla. builds up ties W.w1.8ysteea. 30 cent,

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.OO*'tOOo .ooooo.o..t..1 SPUD .. .... .... I, "
t I KeepingYourselfWell
WORK oQt KICKIN' ABOUT THE H. C. OF 4 J The favorite/ Store of Kutimmee ,
President WllsWwill at once 0 CONTEND WITII TillS: *
order registration of males be-i 0 \; indication
tween ayes provided by law, BY THE GROWERS w Sugar in Constantinople coats .* Usually'the.first of a :
'of health i
lowering it found in thebowels I
,. ,.. *'sheriffs. county officers and postmasters < ;*.$5 a pound in gold; coffee $9 a ,.'"
,r conducting{: registration. pound, and tea $6 a pound; and liver. Something goes FURNITUREr.?
Imprisonment of from three to other "eats" at correspondingly wrong-we eat 'too much, or work i .
< twelve months provided for refusal That Osceola county can t becomeone high figures according to recent 1 too 'hard-and the bowel actionweaken"
to register;, heavy penalty < of the great Irish potato growing press dispatches. Col. Hicosta-> or the liver is sluggish.
for .registration" officers making sections in the state if the proper livin is evidently very solicitious That heavy feeling on arising in "
4 false returns. attention is given on the part.of the about our welfare and still we 1 the morning dryness of the ,
< Eight million or more will be farmers and landowners Is without w kick! < throat, with bad taste, a slight -WEHAVE !
4 registered. From this number < question. This is demonstrated in the + headache dull eyes-all show that IT
< first 600.000 will be selected by success attained this season, which ooo oooo.OOO..O' .O food has fermented int the intestines :
<> lot. Wheels of fortune or jury might be called an initial ono in this and that the body is man-
wheels may be used in this pro- enterprise. Just .recently the growers EUGENE C. BRYAN GETS ufacturing .poisons instead of
cess. *I have taken hold of spud growing, the good blood. ..
of which have from time BERTH OFFICERS SCHOOLAT Clear it all Give
Selected men will be divided .possibilities out. the
< among sixteen training camps, been shown, by tho Gazette,:'and harvests FT. McPHERSON, GA., stomach and bowels fresh start. la,CODDectioa with our Hardware line we cam a complet.
< sites for which are practically 4 I this year have exceeded the Encourage the liver' to go to line of furniture.: Wt make a specialty of outfitting bones. and .i
< decided upon. highest expectations. When it is Eugene C. Bryan will leave on or work. Manalin does all o? this, handle reliable
< Those not selected for firstn-,* I shown that the present crop will put about May 8th for Fort McPherson, without griping or weakening. ,,
4 clement may; be taken for subsequent *. circulation in'the neigl.borhood of Ga., to enter the training school for It's the ideal laxative and liver
!I'o <- increments. $50,0001 surely every farmer in the officers for a', three months' course, tonic, because it follows Nature's Bed Room Furniture Dining
< Registration to be;. completed < community will give this his attention after which he will take examination plan without t;;ci.icomfort! inflame ,
. < by August 1. Training to begin so that by the time the next harvesting commission in the army, Mr, mation or forming a habit., Constipation Room Suits Kitchen Outfits .Parlor -* .
..!.-about Novenjber 1. First 500,- season arrives this county Bryan tendered his servces to maybe overcome with ,
.> 000 ready.for war July 1, 1918. may be known as among the leading thy government some months its i use. Suits Odd Chairs Rockers '
." Pay allowances and pensions 4 spud-producing sections of Florida. ago, and one 'day last week tablot Liquid form.T o r. {
same as In regular army. The finest potatoes thnt, "are grown received orders to ,appear before h. Tab- Couches Etc.
+ anywhere are being exhibited here. Lieutenant Clements, U. 9. A., at I eta taataIke '
H.HHOHo larger yield, In. many instances, than for the metropolis Sunday night, them, and .
. ORANGE CENTEINEWS ITEMS really was expected. Some farmers Mr. Bryan took the examination Mon- aaf.they are Ibis store U making a 'reeerd for (itself .b tke matter of i''
have gotten as many as eighty bar- day, passed. creditably, and was ac- 10 and S5 .
Mr E..Stieler, sales manager of the rels to the acre, and in a few Instances cepted in the service school, with the helping, people te outfit homes. Come o.r..CII... .
Dixie Produce Company arrived here this, mark was gone over and orders as above given. runt .
Saturday from the northern office. He it might be said that an average yield Mr' : had considerable military e.I........ O. ,
will at onoe on the organ- would be about sixty-five barrels per training.,: at the Florida Univer- y
ization of the sales department in the vvacre. One planter had a patch of sixteen sity, graduating from that institutionwith
South. lie reports market conditionsin acres, for which he realized almost the rank of major. His friends :
the North are good. $9,000, and other growers tell predict for excellent career a. '
Mr. Arthur Burdick and wife of like. story. The acreage around Kis- with Uncle Sam's forces Speakingof -
. Blmmee is said to be about 225, and the applicants before Lieutenant Mrs.- D.' Tyson "of Rosalie spent .
.New,York JHotelJ
'r-4. u urenowjocated. the week-end visiting relatives here. No matter what kind of .. Engine -Gas Steam
atre .
. ,
Pines. He expects to locate-h' re.--- ifisj>-safe"te" ay' that*avhen.thenext, Clement *tiJ ckonYllle.UL.MrJ Bryan yon
The Dixie Produce Company i have crop Is due there will, be a big increase says that it is remarkable how many .J.Mrs*
made some extensive changes in the along this line. This year has really young men of standing from all lIectionll senger Monday. need in your everyday .work-Wrenches'Hamperi,' O3erselcall ;,
, been in of experiment, of the state making Mr. and Mrs. E.< L. D. Overstreet
Stokes building, The entire interiorwas the'shape An are applica.
of best and workmanship and at prices that will
. torn out and a modern office was one which has proved more than sat tion: for the traini schools, the' recruiting and Miss Lucretla Overstreot motoredto the quality ,
< placed on 'one'aide, while 'the other way.. offices being;. crowded. , all Kissimmee Tuesday surprise ,.a. This store has the reputation of hi.dliat'sat, .
section will be'used temporarily for The crop is about haf'-ahlpped) at times of'the d!\yi.;. " Mrs. Ed.- Ty on' of Boggy Creek hardware that is of superior quality and joo will.make .. mie. > '

packing. A new platform was built this time,'and there is much,,'activity' OF LITTLE spent Friday at the;home of I.'P.: Tyson take in comiag here NOW and l inspecting'our' Lig 'stoclu '
In front for, convenience In loading in the various packing houses] Price SAD CHILD here: .
i and unloading.Mr. are holding well, and there are some Alex Bronson and family of'Camp ,
Freeman he
and Mrs Jvan Roberts left growers who are holding their crops, Little sixteen\ months bell Station,' visited at the home of
Tuesday for a short trip in. the north expecting a better price a little lateron. old child of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mc- Will Bronson atTraveler's, Rest. "
The barrel situation has been a Cloud, died Thursday&fter a brief ill.
; ern section of the state. \la
, little but everything stricken with Miss Mildred Anderson was Kls- Osceola Hardware Company
The Dixie Produce Company have disquieting, pos. ness. Baby was acute '
been making shipments of cucumbers, sible is being done to relieve the situ. xmsilitis on Wednesday and though simmee passenger Wednesday. ;
early potatoes, onions, eggplants, atlon. A big shipment of the neces- everything was done that medical skill Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ivey spent Sat. r.J. .' !
squashes and green beans.daily for sary receptacles were received this could direct nothing availed .and the urday in Kissimmee. w
the past ten days or two weeks. week, and many of the spuds have spirit went Lack toits maker. The Mr. John Thomas wag a business
Mr. G. W. Spahr. experimentingwith been sent away in hampers, while a funeral services were held at the caller at Kissimmee Wednesday. .
late species of flowers with the few have been packed in sacks home on Bay street Friday morning, Miss Edith NLswonger and Miss
idea of using them for commercial Sheriff Ingra, who might bo heralded with their pastor, Rev: O. B. Falls, in Susie TIltOn dined at the home of R. A. TBOVILLION Attention, D. J. W THOMPSON
purposes: as the pioneer spud grower of charge and the body was laid to rest L. Ivey Sunday. Special'
this section and at the time one in Rose Hill ,
some Cemetery.The .
Mr. G. W. Stokes made a business. Mr. -and Mrs. Henry Balknlght DISEASES OF THE SKIN. '
trip to Klsgimmee Thursday. of the largest engaged in Irish potato sympathy of many friends in Kissimmee.'W.
__ spent Tuesday Orlando OfflcBoardman Building,
__ __ Funeral
little of DirectorAND
has !
uu arrowing, shipped very Found expression in the beautiful I W; Alman and children are 8tolla.m. .
'The Curtate .Tint Does Hot Affect The HealBtca his crop up to this time, on account of floral tributes., spending a few days here. Winter .Park 0ft'1ce-2 to 4 And 6
... ,
of its Ionic and laxative effect.LAXA- the scarcity of barrels. Ava t
TIVB BROMO QUININE I.better than ordinary Remington-Smith, who have a thirty- FINANCIAL STATEMENT to 8 p. m. eepl 6mo pd
Quinla ud doe not caaaa nvrrouanva. nor
.r Times Between the Miami 1
angina In bead. Remember the full sine and acre tract, will commence shipping in 'TO BE SUBMITTED BY BAND Tampa :
. 'C Vw>fc for UM lirnalura of B. W., OROVK.' SM. a few days, while Rull Bass hns .started BOYS FQR ,EVERY MONTH Metropolis and Governor Catta the 'LICENSED EMBALMER
....:.- operations this week.' S. B. Ault- -, great Manufacturers Record is givingthe LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW
has finished his and has a"business .t.ate a great deal of advertising -
,4tW" man crop At meeting of the Kis-
It will be several simmee .-Kissimmee Gazette. Seems like Store and Chapel Stewart Ave
profited splendidly. City Band held Tuesday night, '
: M.. TILLER weeks before the entire has been "everybody's doin' it. i. : r'
crop Mayor J. S. Cadel, C. W. Dann and Waring Building.. Kliaimmaa. Fla. .
marketed., Roma Thomas were elected trustees, .
Real Estate Agency. I each expressing his willingness to certs will be discontinued for a'period . Morning Tribune: Kissimmee trap- serve in that' capacity. In the\ future of two weeks. Director Shearouse and .
. i shooters put one over on the buncht the band will issue a monthly financial the band boys will take'a well-earnec
bought and sold; St. Cloud, defeating them on the '' statementwhich is to be given vacation, but the regplar twl e-a-week 'ALAN J. MacDONOUGH W. B. Crawford Lee Jarroll.
Houses rented 'Saints' home "hunting1' grounds. In- publicity and to be signed by the programs wjll be rendered thereafter CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
' Taxes paid and Titles verified identally, J: F. Lupfer, P. E. Morgan trustees, who will represent the pub during the entire summer months. For Registered Architect .
and S. .Entrican did some nice work lic in this matter. It is thought that the past two years the boys'' have AND
for noa-retident with their guns.' this action on the part of the organization given every Friday night and Sunday ENGINEERBRONSON Offices, !, 4. 5 6; and 7 Citizens.Bank .
' Fire. Life and Accident In: I will have a splendid effect in afternoon for the public's amusement BUX, KJSSIMMRB.FLA Building '
surance. Ok echobee Call: Attorney Parker every way. with a willingness that should be appreciated Kissimmee Florida' '

ludemnity Bond lad some law business awaiting him After next Sunday the weekly con. to say the least.GRAY3TONE .
here. We know of one important deal .

.... ..... 1I.oo .e......... that has hung fire until he could reach' :, -- -- .. ,. DR. ,W. ,W. CARSON ;: ."
the city. - ,; ;';8xv ;k, j-- ''' \ 'v,
\ <
4o4oa444o ooooooo..too.. ,- ..... rl"p".. !! J FOR; ;, RENT .""lL..i. !;_:, 'jiDENTrsT,:.?, A. ,.: ;\'
: : -
OO.OtO. O O.OO Roomerunfurnished( ': and furnished. Office over' PBIeycBuRBing f. ,JI ..WOftloa ;, .
4 0 HOTEL Houses unfurnished and furnished.. Hours 8-11. 1-.&
j! 00"COMES 'NATURAL" Office 'Phona 111 Residence 'PhoM 1Qmm
C. GRIFFIN 4 00- Also city properties, farms, citrus,' AamlDlitr. for BztraetlOB .t
lands fer
trucking and. grazing sale. TaathiQ. ,
0St.. Augustine Record: Tta *
;z.. Staple and FancyGROCERIES 4 0 Kissimmee a Strawberry Valley Gazette Luncheon described <* -- Alp, THE ELITE[ REALTY{ PARLOR'MRS. r
F, KRIBBs W. J. :3T>D.D
some days ago, and if they run 0 SUMMERS Manager.\ i "
4 another story of the same sort > KRIBBS & STEED
; > again, we'll demand that a pint DAY RATES 207 Bass St., cor. Brack N. Kisslmmee' ATTORNEYS. AT LAW .
blocks north Christian church.
of 0oOo. pf
cream go'with every copy kinds ry
business of all girea
Florida editors < WITH BATH 3.00 Legal
the paper. Our ; .1.1Otlle.
Free Delivery to all Parts may not be' much for literary prompt attention., ,
of the CityMACHINERY > style and word-bluffing, but reporting > WITHOUT BATH $2.50.FAVORITE Pat Johnston O. P. Oarrati .. 11 and 11 Stab Bank HId&"_, ;.j
Klsslmniee Florida.
good things to eat comes O a ,
y\, natural to 'em. As. you opened .> oo o.oo. oooooo..o.o.ooooo.o .ooo.oo00000009 JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEY.ATLAW .

ff 4 that number of the Gazette you < - : .' I Piles Cured In 6 toJ.f Day '
. r could catch th' whiff of th' ber- *
. ooo .ooo..t OOOOOOOO o oooo. Your druggist will refund mossy If PALO
oQt 11 and 12 Bank
> ries. Offices: 10,. Citizens OINTMENT tans to cur anycaea of Hehlac.Blind. ,.
.4 I Building :I .BlrvdlniiorProtnidlntPftoalnetoKdara.Tb .n J
COO O OO oOOOr FERTILIZERSARE XUalmma, Fla. .first application: gives JCaaa and Kaab SOa "

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SAWMILL. 1 C. A. CARSON.President. N. BRYAN.. Secreta';. t


AND THAT 'T WILL PAY The Waters & Carson

Writ.ForPrlc.jAnd Catalogue .a CORN, TOMATOES. Grocery CompanyJ'

Write for our new price list on all brands Agricultural Chemicals, ,

t Insecticides Materials', Etc. '

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in -

A VISIT TO THIS are arriving' daily-get our prices and get the best. GROCERIES


1 / a trip quite worth your while. in rows or broadcasting. Excellent for-all Fertilizer Lime, 'Ashes '

You will find the finest display of and soft Phsophate. .

meats that ever teased a hungry USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE ,

, .,'s' appetite And the. into most the sanitary dining on your citrus trees for sure results. Manufactured by J. Schnarr 4040000000000000 000040000.. .OO. . ;

''OLD equipment ever installed in a modern & Co.. Orlando, our subsidiary. ' .. ,r .',
meat mark t. Journey hither. 0 WE SELL! >; oQt' WE BUYa 0
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tot' '.
0- FURS ... .
Ask Your Grocer '
CQ.S7 Dealer In 4 'VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 0

,Groceries Hay, Grain and Feed 4 CRATE NAILS .' .. .!.... 1

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.C. F, THRASHER h \ .
t Corner Broadway.and.DaJ D Ave. .1 We sell field and cardeu seed of all lands: .

.= SHEET !HKTL ,WOfKER''M. Wi give p>cial attention to fittiag out buatiai.and camping,paiDes.. '

..,...,. ,..,- ... ,Try; Us.,on.;yowtnJNext.Ordcr: Fob: Feed Free delivery in city >imi a. 'Tbona foo.12. "
c..r.r.Ie'" Beoi 5y Every Tei i :We an couty ageati for pod farms. 'Asi w.fir circular, u1.Promw '
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: I[ STATE -'PRfSS[ COMMINTS[ l BE CONTINUED AT Classified Advertisements ,

Published Every Frld.,.. must plant everything and everywhere it will "GRAND".-.FINE PROGRAM ly"
't/, ( !. U. .4. B.IKI... H......_. KI.HdafW. this SOMETHING nice| In Rmbrolderlo. .
Nft.e Valley sr grow, or next year time the food problem will be absolutely the Klsslm- Parties should gall and see them F. .
Ouch! Patrons of "Grand, H. kawson. ,
.. IIARIUS .-. IH. O. VANS AGUKW.. Ow.*r... unsolvable and the world will taco starvation Blountstown Record: Isn't it about mee's favorite amusement place will 'I

T........i. 11.MBC believe : ration time the kaiser. :was putting a want ad be pleased to note that the "BillyBurke" BARGAINS WORTH WHICH
I do 'not there will be any necessity to rigidly in the T.-U. and 80 acre one mile and a half from sta,. "
series will be taken .up Jon 4tid brick road, SO acre fenced.
the American people for if' democracy is of any I continued until completion of the %* fdfi cleared, 1-room house., stables '4
? TheneV Style, All the While." In all probability the next episode and other outbujldjnits; .Good land ...
value,as a spiritual and political faith the perconal Initiative story. owned by a non.r".loent. who
, M E R Fort Meade Leader: The say of the of the seria.1 l will beshown, Thurs- badly. Will sell! for fXO.&o needsmoney
Y and willingness, to volunteer, self-sacrifice of every] milk cows thev aint got no style, but day, but definite announcement will be per acre, 1800 rash, balance on exleodlntrly ') :'.
theyre style all the while, all tl. made later.Manager. favorable terms.. Thus I.I a
member of the greatest democracy in the world will be while. Una p. Hetter net busy. e ,
Macintosh has secured 40 acre 4 miles from Klsslmmes.,
ample to eolvo the problem.-llerbert Hoover. and will install a 24 inch exhaust fan mile, from railway station school.
"Pa.s Along the--" the roof of the theatre connectingwith .church, packing house., good settle-. ,
The above by the head of the American Food Board rtn 15
Fort Meade Leader: Florida Is going the which will ''add m..nljruod/ land. acres In cultiva '
should put everyone' to thinking seriously over a situation dry, Florida'' is going dry; pass comfort to the surroundings. For the (Hon hltkcn, 4 room house house IS bearing large; stables orange, ,

ia yyo along the watchword Florida is going' entertainment of the patrons of this tree,. number of young trees Coming a
in the
history of the
existing one unparalleled coun
r.fcsrrlptlosj It
dry. on, 4 acres >xif rich muck foil, a .
S establishment the managemilntwill
sTArE PR try. It is a matter in which all citizens, especially of -- show two super pictures the'coming cash plvndid, balance little$160 fwrmfor"per'year 51..00. salt '

should shoulder and take "Trying: Their Dumbest"Morning week-Monday the great Madame 82(1 ncri-ii close to brick road. iinlmprovt'd -
this 'community, responsibility ,
Tribune: The enemies of owned by a non-resident.
Petrova (Metro) in "The Waiting 112,5U per acre, : terms to suit ,
immediate steps to increase the food supply. There should the governor are trying their durndest 'I'
Bara in
a furnish
Soul and We
.. ItalrsiOn Tuesday-Theda can many splendid Florida
r ,) One Year ... ..____..__..'_.._....,.00 be no hesitancy in waking up the.productive powers of I to frame uo something' really discred. Fox super-production entitled "THe InvpHlMifiili: at catchy prices and on
Copy -.. ______..______.. itable to him, fuvorahlft, t.lnts of payment.W .
Months ...... .. fw.... .100 wilt be
Nix .u. w -- of There no
; On.One Copy Copy. Three Month...-. ,( ..____-_..__...._........._. .76 the people, as In many farming communities the peopleare '- Darling Paris. have 1.600 acres line land with a
advance in pric.a on these occasions. mile of Hike front on line
not yet aware of the' seriousness of the' situation. Starting Right a large "
//&ed the lalce. Fair bujldjnKii, 600
Mr. McIntosh is pleased with acres prao- t
All oominunlcatlons, except the from wrller.our author corye.pondent. Last week the Gazette'made a number of suggestions Manateo Banner: ,We'rputting excellent 'accorded his tlcnlly ready fur the 'plow. 600 acre
UeJuclod. mU.l matter b.SKl! by be returned unlo. called for. which Were' timely .!in respect. The people of this those "space grafters" \>n'notice right patronage to frnel.l flowing wells, owned by aiionrpftjclpnt. '
every now that we do not want "free house, and will always be ready we want to' show you ....'
: (Entered In the Fostofflca 'at Xlslmtme. Florida. asS community should get together, devise ways and means plate matter," any give' the' best there is in the way of n tlilH n opportunity IIple"dli. property to buy and something!give. you' ,11 .

; S s oond-cla.. matter) f and take hold of, the 'opportunities\ ; which at ,the same picture production. As soon as he Kooil. rt-Hpondonce' solicited , Setting\ An disposes of property interest at Or- ,'..adv for next scnnnn's, winter home. :'
'at hand for the future.: There has Example .
time are to provide .
4 1917 his NUSUN! UKALiTV .
MAY Lakeland News At lando, he will'make this city permanent COMl'ANY.HUTTUN t
h \ : : any rate the
--. some activity in this section in the way of plantinggardens home. orcnen. '
-- The $5,000
-:--' --:--- lady from Montana is demonstrating new :. HOLE KLAUfW-One free with :
many farmers have given their attention todeal that 'a woman can keep her mouth trian-will be installed. at. the "Grand" vHPh f.
Playbill l I. .. mar y" extensi've' o pe rations._ but there Ie. still a. gre at shut, contrary,to the popular idea. :,, next week, LOST-Knrire! br..wn' mare mule, p '.'

that could be done, and should be done at once. years old allKht sore on left shout-
Raise a pig! :.i'' .....i.f. Put 'Em to Work PLEDGER APPOINTED .1..1'' wearing 'leather halter.. Notify; ,s I,
The "Plant-a-Garden Day"' which' is to be held at the Arcadia News: The plan for the I STATE ATTORNEY If. II. liiMemoll Finnoxn, Klorili. ;
a> house tomorriw'under the auspices of interned Vox 187. 'hone. Orlando SID. 'i,
the colo\sl') court; square the German sailors to grow their -
_Fly \ ., Home Extension Work, should be attended by everyone own food supplies is .a good one! Political circles in' Kissimmee .were KH /HAL.K(lood. Overland automobile

," who has the interests of the community at heart. Much Everybody must be busy in.. this country somewhat agitated on Monday over at bargain.five-acre Also tracts,from of one land to seventeen near
Plant something to eat now,-even father.) received here announcingthat k
4 be accomplished in this many'people : telegram city limits, on easy terms. Apply _
good can manner as soon. No. Ill
-, J, E. Alexander of DeLand had Main St. 20.ItpdLOSTEngraved ?
r, Almost watermelon time. could by such' demonstrations persuaded to grow a "In the Spotlight" been named by the governor to sue ,1

good acre of foodstuffs of some kind 'which will enable Ocala Banner: The "man behind} ceed Judge Perkins of this circuit, M. H T.;! lost on Hraceleti school-ground. Initials F.

." some family to live through the hard times. Every assistance tho plow" the "man with a hoe; and and Milton Pledger, a prominent loon i April 'rd. Kinder please return about to .
nave you, paid your poll tax? the "woman with the garden hose," attorney, as successor to Jos. li' Frances Tress,
should be given the County Agent B. E. Evans ..... City.'j '
now .'
on"plcuftw.JIlalee".in.-theapotheM Jones State"Attorney. 'fhee'Senatehowever ;
-----,. ;- .
.resat.. ;, titer" 1'';den Llnn": ;for tl'a en b"r i"j'-: I tvllrs. geiies'a)!eicpee1erica rid-linowtedge along agiicul; failed to confirm these nomInations FOH log RENT house:. furnished Six or seven, on golf months the

tural lines will be of great value to everyone and free ( and there is much speculation lake shore Cool breezes grounds for the,
for the asking. The business men of Kissimmee and the "In Somebody's1': Way" as to what the final outcome will warm months. Apply J. It. Clark. U.*
local of food
Join the army Morning Tribune: Evidently Governor .. j
county coiild do much toward' relieving an approching Catts must be badly in some- be.In this connection the following dis FOR SAI.10-Household furniture 'forsale ')

''" Every little garden has'a meaning: of Its own. serious situation, by putting, in i acreages of non-perishable bodys' way. judging from the painful patch from Tallahassee is interesting: Vernon. Mrs.Ave H. D. Uelger. 108 North SOtf

," crops; the banker can do his part in fact there is some efTtfrts' to engender a sentiment for "TALLAHASSEE, May 2-Spe-(
his removal. 8AL.I3-Twenty fine -white
# If you can't tote aIn, tickle the ground\ with a hoe! tJilng,that all of us could do, and the sooner we get at it, cial.)-Following the refusal of the One dollar each. Apply to leghorns M-
Senate to confirm the
appointment by Tiller
the better it will be for all concerned.All Follow This Example! the Governor of James Alexander, a 1911FOR

r Nail the flag to your plow and work for your coun- must remember that the war is on, and there Is no Blountstown Record: If every other member of the Senate, as judge and land fALKlIO within one-half acres nrst-clas potato -
mile city limits I'' J
telling when the,end will be. We are all patriotic.!! county in the United States had responded Milton Pledger, as state's attorney for $40 per acre. Box 168. Klsslmmee. :
try. 'bit as Patriotically to the call to the Seventh Circuit, speculation is rife 18-tf
Everyone wants to do his for his country. But it I ,
arms as Calhoun has there
I here regarding the next
"Production" and "Conservation" needs of the must also be remembered, that there is as much patriotism I' would today ha nt\ talk. ./if conacri*%flop this u - -move-- - along AUTO RKIIVICK TO ORLANDO leaves
line. our office at 7:45 a. returns
m. at 5
i hour. in remaining at home and tickling Mother Earth There would be 2,000,000 voluntecrajn: ;;i ; j Whether the governor will next |>, m. hare one way 60 cents; round '

with the hoe, than there is in going to the front with a the army. send In the names of Judge J. B. Perkins trip Hrcaker-Darclay 76 cents Realty(except Co.Sunday J7-tf.

} The sweet girl graduate will make her appearance gun. Every man could not be accepted as a soldier just FIRST DEGREE MURDER and of the State's Democratic Attorney: party Jones for nominees the. TWO NICE OOTTAOE8 for sale. See .'::1,.
Somebody must at home. The J. H. Ollbert. '
yet anyway. stay "stay owner IT-tt
here soon. VERDICT IS RENDERED places they now hold in doubted and. ,
I at-homes" can get in the war game as active and with as It is the opinion that the names of LADIES will find J. C. C. and R. A O '

Some one said that the "moose-milk" cow had gone much honor as the man facing,the cannon's mouth. Then (Continued from'PageOne) others who might be sent in for so Corsets. !Prices guaranteed 60c, $1 to and give II.satlsfaolion. 50 at PII "-: "

vi "bone-dry." again there is another way to look at the situation available for them. These files are an proval will be promptly rejected, the ,-. Lawson. 1
Senate having taken in the !
: Your friend has gone to the front with the musket and is important part of the records of this of the nomination of Alexander rejection and DWELLINGS 'for rent. Apply to M.
t have enlisted staking his life against leisure at home. Is county and should be kept in the vault. Tiller
The band boys of the State University very your The present Vault is not fire Pledger the position that it will only -

;, in the Second Florida."PlantaGarden . this fair? Hardly! Then get your shovel' and 'your and in case of fire the entire records proof, confirm party nominees and will accept LA Morris 01 ES-I Chair am for giving distributing away a dos one. .,

hoe and beat it to the field and through your efforts/ the of this county would be destroyed, no substitutes. declines pkgs. Cream of IU..... Write at once 1r._

; ii Day" tomorrow at Court House soldier and his family will bless you for doing them and and also the abstract books. As there send" case any the names governor for_ these. Seventh to C. Robinson, S807 Archer Aver
t Square. Be sure to attend. your country a real service., Did you ever think about the is no set of abstract books covering Circuit offices it is believed he will -
records of Osceola this FOR RFVT: --, Five-room ,
county ]
the facts that it Is'the patriotic duty of every farmer would be an irreparable loss wait until the present legislative session house close In, $4 per week. K. R.: +
'' combination which from this time forward until *the end of the to take Therefore is Concluded and make appointments Wells, Insurance and Real Estate,
Rice and Mongolian yellow , war, we recommend that the after 104 Posiilel. Ave Phone S41 7-tr f
l slfnker. himself and oft the list of, the grocery Board of Aunty; Commissioners adjournment. Whether
proved fatal! to th* Teuton family buyers at : : at such
: will hold is
appointments FOR
another 8At.1I-Ffte"m :
? i the earliest laundry, tully r
the soldier in the field has the first claim on the stock possible moment carefully I question one side contending equipped with all modern marhln-. .

: Twill be "bone-dry" for the newspapers of Florida o(( every grocery store In the nation and if he .cannot : the look safeguarding into this matter of the with records a view of the of that the incumbents of the offices cry personal: doing attention good business Is required Owner'with* "

m carrying whisky ads after July 1. use it, it is certain that his family can. county and for affording more con- 'will, even under such conditions, hold other Interests. Writ or rail and
v their places until the appointment of sse 'p lent In operation. A. ,F. Krlt
It is fact soaring venience to the 1 .
a that prices are higher each day public. their successors is ratified by the next Klsslmmee. Fla. tlttWE

: Sheriff! Ingram has made it hot for loafers in this and it is not often you hear' of the workingrnan's salary We,, have examined the high school Senate, while another faction holds CARRY the best line of house
building and
must work here. or being Increased in instances the is grounds and find them that such appointments would become dresses |In town. Prices $.. ll.SS.
section-everybody wage ; many wage in sanitary condition and have no II CO and $t.. He sure to call.and see
",; >'i 1it not sufficient now for more than the actual necessities, recommendations to make. effective immediately. them. K.' If.' I.nwxnn "I

( .. Since the quart-month edict: it will be seldom'you'll but if eac hwould get busy with the hoe, results would be We wish to extend our thanks to the The Silver Social l given by the Lad* FOR 8AI.R....-T>ot 6.1, block 10.J( In r>one4 ./"
hie : ;: < lion James W. Perkins, Judge; to g;.an'* ,subdivision q to...N.1** KI..lmm..eJIt" : .i.'f\ ,f
bthe. ,, "Invite? to ave one on Bill. ,i certain and everything he mado by tilling the soil for,the lion. lea Aid of the Presbyterian Church at ,MenrytjJam sxnrockj| sa.k.ICanads *.,
; J. H. Jones, State's and ;
,.,..,'. !7lt liifM-"'',','';.<',"" : '_. .., I"1; ; <"/ : use of,himself and family; and'probably others as well, ,. to the county officials for Attorney their courteous i: the Hart Memorial Building on Thurs #** t 'T -tW's-f w p : 9-tr "

;. 'A Tampa woman set an excellent, example when sue would be fattening his pay envelope just that much. treatment and for their very evident I day of last' week was well attended. 'WANT to make trade of some kind for
Mrs. J. W. Miller and Mrs. L.
T. an automobile. Address Wm. K. Sarjent.
y' converted her front.yard into a vegetable garden. There are many angles from which.this important subject willingness to help expedite the Mosley chsrmngly entertained those West Patrick Street. or general. -
could be discussed but the fact stares everyone in business of this body and having fin present with a well-arranged program dlelvery. city. 1011
ished our labors, ask to be discharged.
l '"Potatoes Good In Kissimmee."-headines in Tampa tho face that there is and will be an even more serious HORACE M. BOICE of readings and musical numbers, FOR SALE OR RENT-Five-room

I Times. You'Betchal Best on earth and plentiful" scarcity: of foodstuffs throughout the country as time Foreman., }Mrs. J. W. Evans, Miss Lena Lord house Apply; Ram modern upfer.close. In; reasonable ltr
frl Kenton and
( rolls on and we should'show our patriotism by JOHN M. taking part. ]
ANDERSON.Clerk. During the pleasant social hour punch "'ANTEf-.A tract of land. 10 to 109
Every business man in this city should join in the necessary preparations to meet' the situation like and home cakes were served. > : a.r..j partly or entirely. cleared. pre-_
V without Imneov.ments O*A*
r home-gardening campaign in a substantial maner. brave men and women There is absolutely nothing to GUN CLUB ENTHUSIASTSHAVE J SIIKIIIFF"' SALE slip location' amount of cleared; ; ; "i land,' exact; ,

lose, and everything to gain. Should the war clouds INTERESTING SHOOT from postofflce character and of railroad land distance.station

3 It isn'titoo, early for our citizens to think about providing scatter within. shorter period, than now apparent, and I. tae rlr" -., l 31.5.Court of for;.:.::.. Con.Cy .- Moore and. Attorney terms. Address 400 Drexel Raymond

;: some sort of amusement for the tourists next in a few months peace and plenty reign it would still be Interest continues in trap shooting --.- Ing. Philadelphia. 1'.... Bulld"j nAt
1' in the Kissimmee Gun Club and its enthusiastic DEKLEINVES'I"5NPCO. a Corporation
season.. worth the personal sacrifice in patriotism and civic pride vs.ARTHUH .
(, i members spent Thursday
which this common interest would bring. This is not the afternoon at a practice shoot when -tu. 1/uNEQAN. the Churches

'j The shortage food crops is not"a war scare but an time to stand on the street corner and expound "hot. air,",, "Billie" ,Makinson made a record Notice I I. hereby given that, under .

'1 alarming fact. Do your duty to your country and your and it is a paramount duty of every one of us to save all I by killing 67 clay "birds" out of a and by virtue of an execution Issued '"
possible 75.Others out of the Circuit Court. of Osceola FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
) r4 family. surplus energies in this line, get busy at once with something county. State of Florida In the above

V ,1 that will be of practical help and benefit in relievinga M, E. Stevens shooting 65 were out:of a possible A.entitled D. 1(17 cause, upon on the a judgment list day of renderedIn March 9(45'a.. m.-Sunday' School R. M. .

e The "Hello Bills" made a wise selection when at the situation confronting the nation which our enemies 75. said court on the .2nd day of May Evans supemitendent ] "
state convention they elected Abe Maas of Tampa, as. across the 'water are calculating. that America will fail Dr. Simpson 38 out of a posvbile. 50. against Isle In the favor defendant of the In plaintiff said cause I 11:00: a. m.--Morning worship con

their leader. In- allies to Jn and all of G. W. Overstreet 103 out of a pos- have levied upon the following de.crib.ed ducted by the pastor. Spteqdid music
cause give thereby
our upset
sible 125. real estate? lying and being situateIn by trained 'choir led by Mr. Paul K. .
this country's calculations and win the war. Think it Osceola county. State of Florida Weaver. '
L. R. Farmer 92 out of a possible ,
All of flections IS, SO. SI, 18. SO and
: Judging from the "poems" going the rounds of the over! It Is worth while and then act! I 125. I 14, and all of Section SI. except. the 2:00: p. m..-.Junior League conducted "

r+ : state press, Kaiser Bill is doing a' "divil-of-a-bit" of 'J. E. Lupfer 92 out of a possible 125. NWK of the III BE"%. all of being situate InTown.hip by: Miss Alberta Hopson, Supt. :
South Range II East
F1. praying these days: We know there is no lac kof patriotism'on the part of H. Prather 79 out of a possible 100. 'i as the property ""'nJhIeItf.e Arthur , 6:30 p. m.--Senior League (in the
: Roma Thomas 30 out of a possible R. Donegan; on the 4th bungalow). Special service by the ti
i it our people, but it does look bad when at a public concertof 50. I day of June 117, the same being the young people for young people. "
,The Cigar City li now on the a great shipbuilding the local band only half dozen of I first Monday and the rule day of the. 7:30 ..
t s", map a people out a possible Turner Evans of Orlando. 83 out of said month offer for sale. at public outcry : p. m Evening worship con d
\ center for Uncle Sam. Can't keep those Tampaites. tw1 hundred paid respect by rising from their seats a possible 100. between the. legal hours of sale In ducted by the pastor. '<\
B .E. Halley 18 out of a possible 25.; front of the courthouse door. In the You will find a hearty welcome at
t I down for some reason. when the "Star Spangled Banner". was rendered City of .;mmee.. Osceola- County, the homelike church.LAYMAN'S .j
t .
State of'Florida, the aforesaid. mention
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Trace of :Mead ed real. estate and sell the. same. to thehighest
!' Germany's "minor recessions" are growing with leaps Last fall the Gazette informed the public the possibil. ville, Pa., have purchased the Jack and beat bidder for crib MEETING : :1 I

,'1 c' and bounds, judging from the latest: war bulletins from Like in Irish potato raising. The advice given by the son place on the Orlando road .and Sheriff of Oscsola I.County H. INGRAM., Florida. -

*- the western front paper was accepted by many of our growers. That we commencing farming operatoins. 10.ft Come nut next Sunday to the Meth- i
; : ? . . . . .n odist S. S. rooms at 3 o"clock and help
were right is now being demonstrated daily. Always = the laymen in their devotional services J'

,) .1 And now comes the report from the "Kultur" land pleased to do something good for the community.The .0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ..OOOOOOOOO.OOOOOOOO..OO..OOOOO.OOTAM'PA'S and you will receive a blessing. These

P ;. that the dead bodies of her heroes are to be commercial meetings have been going on regularly

4 : bed! Nothing surprising about that. most appropriate way to observe Florida's Baby BEST for over seven years and have

a ', Week is to assist ,the Children's Home Society of Floridain proven a great help to many. Come I r

llc Under the auspices of the Kissimmee Gun Club the a substantial manner by sending in a. good-sized tee.out and join us. Devotional Commit- .j.

Florida State Trapshooters Association will hold their cheque. Last year there were 922 homeless children un- Bay View Hotel "'"

P ,, annual tournament in this city May' 15, 1617. ;w der the care of this noble institution. ST. JOHNS (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH '1

The Hotel For Our'Home .
I' They're having quit a lively time over in Lake The students of the State College for Women will ._ People 11 a' m.-Holv communion and ser- ';

are and
the following "scare-head" in a recent issue of the jEustis which gives promise ,of being the greatest and most elab- 7:80 near to us.
Moderate Rates. p. m.Evenlng and ad "
ment prayer
ru Lake Region: "Barber Asphalt Co. Say. Our Roads 'Are orate of its kind 'ever attempted in the State and whteh i dress by Dr. .L. A. Hamilton.. Sub- ,

Going to Pieces." Leading Citizens Say Barber Co. Has I no. Floridian should miss. ,c. H. JFWETI; MIf1'o ject "Who is my neighbor'" .

Circulated Falsehoods! etc., etc. In this Dr. Hamilton's farewell address .
.. ... ... . . . . .. .... . . . .. .. . ... .. he will give an account, of his'' '. " ;
The action of the city officials in constructing } .
a ce visit to modem ,
Jericho and the Valley -. ... i
It will be Appropriate suggest relative to patriotism ment cov r over the reservoir of the water,plant is com ::: of the Jordan, and the Dead Sea. "<

and economy that we should endeavor to live as mendable. Glad to know that the Gasett .BUgce tIoa All strangers cordially welcome. ,
f' nearly as we' can on perishable truck in the market in made along this: line was' accepted. 'DR DeWITT 'T-. LlGHTSEY, t

'preference to canned roods and those, articles that will $ Henry O. Partin has moved ,his cat ''''
tIe into
; keep .ftnltel7., Then when those' periods come when 'Why not) start a barrel factory in Kissimmee 'Hundreds OSTEOPATH"Corner Christmas Orange and has'county also ,:moved near' his Ft. :,

freshfrefreUbles: and fruits 'era scarce, there'wW' be of dollars have been lost by local spud growers- re family to that place to lire. Mr. Par-' .

more. of the other.kind la'stock to draw upon A,hint to cently'owing to their,inability 'to ret the shipping 'n-' ': 'Drug Store Mondays -and Fridays tin has been prominent among the '

the wise should be sufficient. \ ' eeptaclea 100m.. -. \ -"vJo.., .......-. ':'l"1 .J stock raisers in this. county.*, and isrery

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I INTERESTING LOCAL', ITEMS } EXERCISES ARRANGED Men' 'Silk Cap 50c and f 1.00 at Mother's. Day (Continued-from Page One)

The Quality Store. 14:'T'ward Arcadia..___x..Egan Mew
i Weather 13 Alpha Westfall 0
Report See those "Dollar" Dreks- Shirts in May 15. The Ferry of Gallaway.AHce Cary fl
our window. Story's. Millie Partin
.- r White Carnation $2.00 Dozen. Iff. Morlah's MourningRuth ,
t 0. F. Landers, the genial -
representative .___ __ McEmery Stuart
Fdfyuwing are daily tempera- of the Tampa Times, spent Pink and Red .Carnation,.' $1.75 .Margaret Lee 4POHMKHI.Y UIXIM TIIBATHH)
tureyi and precipitations aa reported Wednesday in the city looking after 17. First Bunker Hill Oration Program for Week Commencing Friday, May 4th

by Government stationat business matters .' per Dozen ___________i________ Webster
Klsslmmee" the week end- .. Ferdinand Carson Matinee Each Day Commencing 3:30..Coatinuou.: Night Performance1

Ing Thursday, May 31MaL. agent D. of E.the Freeman Atlantic Coast general Line freight with MILLS 18. Aux Italiens._* Lytton Starting, 7:00 O'clock.
.Jolin. Raln- headquarters in Tampa. warn here Porphle Pherigo PROGRAMl'friday
Friday ..._J93 60 Tuesday looking after matters 19. Her Daughter's Sacrifice
? ; important NO. ___________________ Unknown '
Saturday ___.93 66 ; : in connection with freight. matters / Leonora Fortner Marguerite Clark in "The Goose Girl

Sunday .....92 68 36 W. Fortytlt St. 20. Marmion and Douglas,___Scot I ,
____ .' and Mrs. Burch Murray Overstrcbt
Monday ? .93 60 Mr. J. N. from St. SATURDAY + TUESDAY
Tuesday94. 62 Cloud were pleasant callers in Kis- JA CKSONVILLE' 21. Piano Solo, Fifth Nocture :t11 '

Wednesday ..92 .64 ; simmee on the return home to Elm- ,, ___,____________ J. Leybach House Pttr aDd Louise fluff. ia Th-.Ja.IB.'d-Fex. .;
/ ; wood Ill. While here they lunched '" Carolyn Fripp duchoD in Tbe Darling of Pans
Thursday .. ....92. 65. with Mrs. Clover, Mrs. Snodgrass and 22. High Tide on the Coast of "Th", Lonesome Chap" _____ _
LincolnahireJean Ingelow WEDNESDAY
Mrs. Edmonds.
... OH06000000000 0 0 00...
" Gertrud McKay
A. Cotterman left Wednesday for Crepe de Chine Camisoles, 98c, at 23. Lasca ..__?..___.__,..__F, Dcsprez MONDAY. Marguerite Clark ia
.. FJre Insurance. See A. E. Drought. Indianapolis Ind., where he was called The Quality Store. Christine Ivey Madame Petron..Metro--1D "The Valentine C'ul""The
., : by the illness of his daughter Mrs. C. this 24. William Tell in-.the Mountans
Gardner left week for Akron
New line Ladies' Collars at The Guy . S ul" THURSDAY
W. Olliyer. He will return home in Ohio where he will in -__.,-:James Sherdan Knowles Wailinc
Quality Store. about two weeks in case Mrs. Olliver's electrcial work. engage Bert Wells ICatLlya Williams in"The
health will.p rmit her to travel. 25. Zing-arella..Edward L. McDowell LeYe"
Best Creamery Butter, GOc lb., atTaylors Stronger
The City Tax Books' will close the.. Margaret Stanford
Cash I
Grocery. House cleaning time is'here. So" is
third Monday in May. Pay before 26. Selection by orchestra. "
Children's White Canvas Shoes 75c, Kernan the -Tampa Bay Hotel carpet thaf date and avoid the penalty. J. R. CHILDREN, Sc. . ADULTS, We.
.$1.00, $1.25 and $1.35. Story's'. renovator at the Graystone Hotel. We Gilbert,, City Clerk. 19-4t The recital of the Department of
will remove all stains moth and moth Music, given by Miss Beals' pupils

W. B. Crawford has gone to Talla. eggs and Brighten the colors. For in. To permit of renovations, etc., 'to will be given Friday night at the.aud-, -;-- ..,...--'
lessee to be away aeveral. ee1uJ. formation, phone or call. the Club Building the dining room 'of Itorium. ,
the Golf Club will be closed from May Possibly no department of the
C. W. Dann, of the Quality Store, Lawrence Carr son of Mr and Mrs tat until pecember 1st. Members school has shown a more enthusiastic

spent Sunday at Gotha with relatives. W. J.for S. Canada Carr will where leave he in will a few wishing to give 'dinner, teas, etc., spirit or more pluck 4n overcoming ISN'T IT WORTH A
days join must make arrangements with the obstacles than in athletci and the
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Colton left this the Canadian Contingency to take up steward well in advance. 20-2t boys,who participated in any of theInterschool ,
week for Borodino N. Y., to spend the arms with England in the fight for the '
l this season recetved -
summer, among old friends I liberties of the world.> .Jacob, Thurman, ,who has been ,recognition game for their work-last TRIP TO OUR STORE 1

spending several months in' Kissim.rnee .- week .when.! M. Evana.., rea< ,
nevi .. ,
The 'rbf..R. -- ,
Cadel has returnedTallahassee cRyrJJit.tJiasJ!> "JOD)- ( \
,_.... Mayor J..J3. ; ,'lef t-'tht -'w -''W'OrmantOw. = "y I'W'
T V "" the list'of names;before the" High .
from i i where he Pent several pleted; and lap has to this time initiated Marshal the Pa.,,, where he will remain during the School and presented each boy with a .::!-' ", to get a glass of the best
days on important legal business.W. Overstreet not yet .
summer. Mr. Thurman has been'visiting "'
0 the
beautiful yellow felt from
bastile. The town is on its good behavior I soda water in town? And thennlrjn
this for the fifteen
city past .
F. Walker, county commissioner, or else the would-be lawbreaker years Athletic Association. Those who maywearrfhiaJnsignia . .....
few in the last weekon and has considerable property inter. of Ironor-won'in the I .- .'.x. -which "
spent a days city are "skittish" about paying..thenew ) it i II Served
ests in the Hosts of : .
business, before the Circuit Court. lockup a visit. community football field are: Sheldon Johnson, ,
friends of the estimable' gentlemanwish .Charlie Rogero Dick Bullock J "
f- Capt T will please you also. Our dispensers
W. F. Coachman one of the prominent An important meeting the 'Kl8- him a pleasant summer, and hopeto Hugh "Keffer, Irlo Bronson Carlvle I
citizens of Jacksonville spent a simme National Farm Loan Association see his smiling countenance. againin Bronson Vern Wilson Henry Single- are thoroughly experienced
few days in Kissimmee. on business will be held tomorrow at the the fall. tary. Frank Bryan, William Arnold ,
this week. council Wells 4 I and,' when provided
city chamber when applications Dr. Livingston of the Livingston Bradley Harris, Bert Murray' .
'for loans will be finally signed Overstreet, and Ted Estey.. w
Frank Bushnell of Tampa, one of and then: forwarded to the farm loan Medicnie Co., Jacksonville Fla., was At basket ball those qualifying are: 0' with the beat of ingredi..ents .
in the city yesterday and called at '
popular Knights of the Grip is spending
headquarters at Columbia, S. C. Shendon Johnson Capt.' Harold Herz
a few days in this section looking the Gazette office advertising his berg Frank Bryan William( Arnold. ekes 'I" as we "use-are enabled 'I ..
after business. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. left preparation. Dr. Livingston stated : \
Bogue Harris and .
Dick Bullock Bradley delicious
to serve drinks.New .
Wednesday for their home in Casa- that he had succeeded in placing' his Overstreet. .

Alan MacDoriough; the well known polls, Mich., after spending the win. medicine on sale at all the drug storesin Murray The Department of Home' Economics Sanita-y. FountaIn.PALACE' .
contractor Is spending some time In Kissimmee. He has his factoryand
ter months in their pleasant winter under the direction of Miss Mc-
Haines City looking after extenevieinterests headquarters 1n Jacksonville and
residence oa Mabbette street Their Crarrie, is closing its year's work by
: of his firm: there., return here next fall will be anticipated keeps four automobile trucks constantly pleasant little social features. The DRUG STOREOTIS
the road distributing sam .
by'many friends. on of .ices is the last lesson in
Children's Socks, 15 and 20 cents. ples and advertising matter. making
Story', Osceola Lodge No.*74, I. O. O. F., the; cooking classes the and the and girls STEVENS Mgr. k
have plan nro-
the Church in The Dollar Limit Store is putting on upon!
attended Baptist body
Miss Thelma Anderson of Anderson : a a big sensational sale tomorrow to vided material for a spread in picnic I
S. C., is spending a few weeks in last B. Falls Sunday, when the pastor. Rev. last eight days, and which gives prom style. On Monday, the Eighth Grade ... OOOt.t ...oo.oooo..ooooo..o..o...... ...
the city the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. preached a special sermon prepared' their luncheon and enter.
the order in celebration of the'98th lee of being one' of the big business _
D. Clark., 'of the of Odd events of the city just now. In orderto tained their teachers. Tuesday 'the ..

r':: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dow left Tuesday Fellowship anniversary in this country foundnig, ' closed arrange today.-for- Attention this event i Is the directed store to is Invited Ninth Grade the high prepared school faculty the feast as.nd did. ", ... -V- .... ""If'" -6j-- ... .J--. V'" --.-- .. ... -;....

,I." for Ludlngton, Michigan to epend A letter from the Cowley and Nelsons the page advertisement of this enterprlsnig the Tenth Grade on Wednesday.
the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Dow will which is found the .The instruction in the sewing
written from Atlanta Tuesday firm on
atop some time in Chicago with their morning report the weather warm last page of this issue. The Messrs. classes has been extremely' practical i v
,r daughter ; and roads not nearly so good as Persons are wide-awake and hustling and many of the Eighth Grade graduates Shoes Shoes Shoes !I

q' Mrs. Katie Mindler and her son, through Florida. Before reaching business men, and it is through their will appear at the commence .
. .. Master Earnest Mindler, left Wednes. 'Waycross, Ga.'they encountered much close attention to the wants of the ment exercises in dainty dresses cut
day for Baltimore where she will en.ter sand and difficult wheeling. They public, and the offering of up-to-date and made entirely by their own handsMOTHERSTEACHERS mmmmm eBsssMsiBs.sss.s.MsssiMSBiMSssBajsw, *amm m *

the boy in the Johns Hopkins I are enjoying a delightful trip,, how-. merchandise at live-and-let-live prices ,
I, Hospital for an operation. ever. that they have established such, a
I large business. I CELEBRATES BABY WEEK Spring and Summer Footwear. '
< Word has been received here of the The dry goods merchants of the city : ,
death of J. M. Campbell a brother-in- have decided to take an afternoon off I Dr. Minerva Cushman;; ; ; stressed the '

law o>( Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter, and during the heated term and beginningthis "OLLIVER" PRIZE MISSOURI "" Importance ofcorrect living on the We Have It '

l : a former resident of this city. This I' week the stores will be closed .FORMALis' ; WONBVI; ;: ; part''of parents; in her address before

,"'/r took place at.Port Deposit; Md.,' on every Thursday evening, in order to ,i. .', ,r; ,' :',MISS I t91S11oes; il3r
; 1 : Club torevery'memberofnthe, )
allow the boss and employesafew' th Mothers-jTeacher yesterday
,u Sunday" April 22, after a brief illness. man '.d'' 'j IILDRm 1 '. '..
hours s,enjoy;s the beauties J of Manyl holeVorWi;truths11! in'her
f'L;; hi' A'i/.SWtt!}?? < <} ,\\to 1 were .
)fi't;JfTbe ,Word has been .
Missionary' Society of the Presbyterian nature :or indulge. in recreation as 1 ,suggestions; on the' physical mental .
Church met with Mrs. W. J. they, may desire. Mrs. W. U Winn stating that their and development{ of children. Complete array of
Fripp Wednesday, of last week. At daughter. Miss Mildred, has receivedthe
the close of the regular study those in C. E. Tufts and H. M. Hunt two of "Olliver" for at. the The president- Mrs. Earl Lupfer .Men's Low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant '''
attendance were refreshed with iced the prominent and hustling spirits of prize girls opened the meeting with a plea in be. .
tea and sandwiches.Okeechobee _' the Cigar City were here during the State Normal School at Cape Girar- half of Baby Welfare. Miss Lena Footwear for Ladies Misses and Children IJ
-.I week renewing old acquaintances and deau, Mo., where she graduates this Lord rendered a beautiful piano solo
Call: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. making) new fnends. They always geta year.This'. 'The Spinning Song," -and also accompanied ; Great Display of White Kid and !.
F. Parker arrived, from Kissimmee royal welcome as the Tampa gentlemen prize is offered by. Senator 01- }: Mrs. Fripp in a reading "'"
Monday and are now nicely domiciled number their friends by the liver to the graduating class and is Mrs. P: K. Weaver one of the club's Canvas Shoes. :

over the bank where Mr. Parker score. While in the city they were awarded on essay general excellenceand favorites: gang ,
also has his law office. This city needs guests at the Graystone Hotel, character. The rooms were prettily decorated '
an attorney and we are glad that Mr. Miss Wlnn has accepted the position witlvflowers and everywhere were displayed '
Parker has located here. We also believe The county commissioners and as teacher! of mathematics in the posters on Baby Welfare top Straw Hats ti I
that Mr. and Mrs. Parker will school board will hold their regular high school in Cape Girardeau for the ics. Mrs. R. Z. Roberson and.her committee ;
add greatly to the social element of monthly sessions' next week at which coming where she will be pleasantly imparted to every one or tno
and to have time important business matters will located in a new modern build the cordial greeting.
the city, we are very glad large company Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and :
here. come before each. The county scions the
\ the opportunity to welcome them ing.She Refreshments were served and en.
are expected to call for the $100,000 expected to leave for Kissimmee tire affairs was social and enjoyable. styles. Up-to-the Minute Goods' Prices ,
New lot Fern Waists, $1.00 each, at good roads bonding election, application immediately after commencement, .

The Quality Store.S. for which was made by taxpayersat exercises of that school and will spend Next Sunday, May 18, is set asideas Are Right. { i.
J. Triplett of Narcoossee. was in the last meeting of the board. the summer with her parents returning Mother's Day and appropriate services
his home in the fall to assume her new be held all the >
the city Wednesday on way On Thursday of next week the Kissimmee will over country,
from* Tallahassee, where as acting duties. honoring the mothers.At .
Club will hold a shoot to determine
president of the Florida State Press the Methodist church this servo :

Association he .attended a meetingof offered the by ownership the Interstate of the lovingcup Trap-' GOOD OPPORTUNITYI ice will take place in the eveningand H. C. STANFORD COMPANY"Old I ;

Florida Gtommittee on Conservationof : shooters Association. This cup was can start you in good paying at that time all are requested to ,

Food Products. The committee was I won from the St. Cloud Club, the closing business in your own town with small wear a flower, preferably a carnation
called together by the governor and a I event of tournament in that city capital. No competition. .Add. E. F. a' white one if the mother be dead, I IM
Reliable Sloe Dealer of Oiceola
atrong organization was formed with last week. In the coming shoot the Kernan Graystqne Hotel. and a red one if she be living. County.
Prof. P. II. Rolfs of the Agricultural beautiful trophy will be secured by l
Experiment Station as Chairman. A high man in a one hundred bird shoot Mrs. J. B. Rogers and two sorts left The City Tax Books will close the I *
county committee will be appointed in Wednesday for her home in Pittsburg third Monday in May. Pay up before f 1
each county in the state to work in Speaking of the value of advertising Pa., after spending the winter monthsin : that date and avoid the penalty.: J. R. : '
i conjunction with the state committee.C. in the Valley Gazette Mr. Taylor Kissimmee and the vicinity. I Gilbert, City Clerk. 19-4t I
of Taylor's Cash Grocery inserted a .
E. Yowell county superintendentof 16-inch display ad. two weeks ago, ----- I :
public Instruction returned last sale. The r
putting on a one-day special
i Friday from Lake City, where he was
gentleman informs ua that he traced
Visit Our .
\' in attendance and took a prominent Library
$200 worth of extra business on that .
t f part in the annual conference, of the day directly as a result of the public- A Glad SurpriseNext
Gouty superintendents and high school ity In these columns. It
1 principals of the state. Mr. Yowell vertise and to advertise right-which BOOKS RENTED .

reports an excellent convention, and la in the columns. of your local paper. time a .
you pay
says much benefit was derived by all ,
present through the many able papers Mrs. Charles Hendrix with Mrs, lOc A WEEK
social debt with box
which were eubmitted. The superin. George and Drl| Cushman were'in Kis- a ,.
tendent made the trip in his auto and simmee Monday on business in the interests I J
'" says he had onlyone minor accident of the St. Cloud new library' of candy, give this Fine Watch. and Jewelry Repairing ,

V ... whcih delayad his homeward trip now under construction; A trip to the a Specialty
somewhat Club' House where they were delighted
with the house and the attractive
., Sam Lupfer the obliging attache of attractive feature of
grounds, was an .
, Uncle Sam's post of flee, and Incident- the day. Mrs* Hendrix was entertained Dr. H. E. Cole, Optometrist, ''will be at hi*

, ally chief of Kissimmee's fire depart- by Mrs. E. R. Snodgrass and Mrs. SamplerSold usual place in this establishment every Tuesday ..
Wednesday in Tampa attending
ment spent Emelia Edmonds at lunch in their '
the first State Camp of the apartments in the Inn. tossed his friend and patients.
I" Modern Woodmen of America. lie only at the
:' was elected an alternate from the After a number of delays and '
local camp and a* the regularly overcoming many obstacles, the work store that selects W.: SANDERSON&. COl:
" 'AT chosen delegate found it impossible to of laying brick on the [ attend the lot fell to Mr. Lupfer.' He simmee road has actually begun. Engineer of JEWELERS
'reports a large attendance at the convention Joe Johnston ia giving his per everything. *; Successors.\ to

and speaks highly of the entertainment sonal attention to the work and says I H.., ,O. BROWN': 'CO. ,
at the hands of the hustling that matters will bee hurried along .. ',
1 people of the Cigar City. The from now one. He has had considerable '
I Modern Woodmen have shown ,''wonderful trouble of late in keeping men CORNER, DRUG STOREPhone .

' growth in ,Florida within the at Work. as digging potatoes in; the. I g' "

4 ,. past year', and ts rapidly forging Itself fields at $2."per" seemed to appeal to 297 ,
ahead as one of the leading fraternal the' laborers 'a whole lot more than I .. '

insurance. 'lodge: -> work on,the countjoad:..rf. -' -_i: , \ v.. Get 'Year,: Jeb, .Priirtwg. PreM tke VaUcy Gate

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'4 0 thou eternal God, In whose'. ACTS ON LIVER LIKE

< regard first stand these little,.+
4 ones, Thou who makest and who> 4 AFFECTING THEM
NEWS AND NOTES OF TilE "WONDER Cnpr FROM OUR OWN 4 take t, we ask of Thee the 4 guar-" r: "a
CORRESPONDENT strength to bear and the wisdom "Dodson's Liver- Tone" Starts Your Liver Here's my drug
SPECIAL tore and got a 60 cent bottle of Dod-
< hese 4
to nurture helpless ones
4 who come at our bidding.: Make (Andrew Carter) Better Thai Calomel and Doesn't Bon'i, Liver Tone. Take a spoonful tonight
and If it doesn't straighten
to know our task and to do I It TALLAHASSEE May 2.: Thor' you
I L. C. LIddle, Mrs. Dalby Mrs. Labor us feel fine a-nd
and make
Tbe' Veterans' Association met on Farris,' Mrs. P. D. Marine, Mrs. Dr. < uprightly. Make ,u* to find the,* are a number of rattle men in tho Salivate or Make You Sick. right up you I want to go>
by morning you
Saturday April 28th, at 2 p. m, 4 to le slatur, and i vigorous
that itlll numb1of
HallJ Chumm, Mrs. Harold Hedrick Mrs. way justice may come !! a larger -.-- back to the storo and 'got your money.Uodnon's .
President Kenney
A. R.
the G. these who cannot plead for them- cattle have been at the.
Bilhe men capitalto
Miller. Misses Rice, Bessie Cox ->I i Take sickening Liver Tone is destroying the
,singing L1sten to met I more ,
by no
resided. Meeting opened '
Ruth Francis M. < selves. Make us to live the life look into legislation affecting thnl' liver I
r'America followed by by Riley, Wylie, salivating calomel when! bilious or sale of calomel Iwcauw it hi real .
.i ,Westcott. prayer Alexander, and Ursula M, Davis. Mrs. that is clean, that woe may free 4 industry. Most of them are satisfied constipated. 1>on't; lose a day's work I mcdicinet entirely vegetable, therefore it
Chaplain (0 from physical and mental blem-* with conditions anti bit .
'Chum and Mrs. Durham won the first present are Calomel is or Quicksilver can not salivate or make jo "irk-
Minutes of previous meeting weN prie and Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Hed!,.< ish the generations which come terly opposed to. any, legislation o which causes mercury necrosis of the botxw. I gnurnntoo that on! spoonful, ft Hod-
read and approved.:, Tho!, St. Cloud rick_ won consolation. prize! by cut.<4' after us. .Let not the fathers anv kind. Calomel when It comes into contact COII'H Liver-Tone will"put Jour sluggish! )
', yell was given by, thO audience. All expressed themselves as having a '< and the mothers sin, that, the One man will object tothe, dippin; .. with sour bile crashes, into it, breaking 1 luer to work acid 1 denteeilr hn\\.III,1.f '
Notices of articles lost and found. !good time. Ice cream and cake were > hurt may be visited on those'wha < aw.bel'ause' it; is a sch'emn of the Armour it up. This is when you feel that awful Unit Hour bile and wtrlstltintwl| l wnxtftvliitli'

Notice given of a (dinner In the near served. > follow. Help us to teach the 4 Packing Co. 'and TThi big land nausea. and cramping. If. you tare sluR- i is clogging! >' 1' future by tho band boy 4 children given into our care, that 4> companies to drive the range cattle gieh'and "all knockpd out," if your ing you foci miwrrtlilo.. I'v".r..f..e'. fit ,itn
asked for hard-working The I'riscllla Club met on Friday 4> a clean inheritance may not be 4 men out of business. Another man liver is torpid and bowels cormllpntwl 1 |taut| Donations small children a she not afternoon, AQril 27th, at the home ol. 4 wasted into.wrongdoing.: Give us 4> will tell you that the Armour interests or you !have headache, dirzim-flu; 'ronlvd .keep your oiiJIrn fiimilv .fu ling line. for
lady with two ; Mrs. Mary Johnson., After a. short 4 strength and give us courage and <. are opposing the law because it ,.tongue,'if breath is bad or tolnuoli_ sour "'6nth... (!five It to your children. It I"i wt
being able to work at present.,, taken business .session,' Mrs. Stevens pave a 4* give u. love unbounded that this 4 will confine, the rattle to the markets just takq a spoonful of liarmli'BU. 1>",1. liarhiloBrtf, clocmi't gripe.and they. liM its

Collection for hall rent very interesting: and instructive talkon 4 holy charge,.the Child:: who comes <- .bt the state, or if they are shipped be.l, sows Liver Ton on my guarantee. : pl'<>nsnnt taole. _. .i f
amounting to $1.07. Mary and Martha. About twenty <.'to blest and to purify us, who 4 yond our borders the shippers '

j Comrade Burch made his farewell were present\ Next meeting will beheld 4 with this coming makes us less 4 patronize the Armour dipping plant at Father '
\" f speech, telling what .a pleasant climate lln two weeks at the home of Mrs. 4- of earth and more of heaven, 44 Jacksonville. But one of the favorite RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT That we extend' to the .br I
'L and congenial company ho had Delia Sage., .n >, may walk unsullied and un4> objections to the appropriation for family'' and relatives our-teader l'I'I
found in St. Cloud. Comrade Burch Revival services are being held in ashamed of us. And when in Thy 4> -eradication: is that it "gives these Order of Eastern Star No. 62, Kis. pathies and may Ills blessings

and his wife are going to Michigan on the Methodist Church every eveningthis I i 4 great plan to better us Thou tak 4 tick grafters a soft"job." This is a simmee, Florida.It pest upon them and lead them .
a furlough. The meeting was here week. Mable Guam-Stevens, i 4 est from us that which Thou <- strong argument in some circles. It having pleased Almighty God in final reunion in the Heavenly home.
turned over to Comrade Burch, in evangelist, conducts the meeting. 4 gayest the child,'.O Thou Eter- < was used effectively against the Tax Ills providence to call to her final reward Resolved that these resolutions be
; ..i charge of the social hour. 4 nal God, support u? to bear Thy 4> Commission, Hotel Commission, ShellFish Mrs. Eva Van Duzer, daughter- spread the minutes of the O. K.
I Violin solo by John Andrist : ,who Mr. Alexander rnd daughter, Fran 4 will, and :open Thou ,our hearts < Commission, and at one time it in-law of Mrs.. Frances Van iuzer) S. and a upon copy be sent to the family.
cis Minerva Alexander who have been
was encorde and a second num- 4 and our homes to those fatherless abolished the Railroad Commission in our beloved chaplain MRS. MAGGIE'L17PFER. ,.
t.y ber. gave' spending the winter here, left Tuesday <- and motherless ones, in the name 4' our history. Therefore bo. it resolved' that we II.M. BRATTON,
morning for their hpme at Mederia. 4 of that. which Thou gavest and 4> Not all the cattlemen are opposedto submit: to the will of our Heavenly MRS. 'MAUDE THOMAS.
Recitation Sid and .
by Byron as
{ Pa., 4>.that which Thou takest-The < tick eradication. A large number .
; usual was heartily encored and gavea Miss Ursula M. Davis of Patton ,.,
k ,4- Child. Amen. of them are in favor of the appropriation I
second recitation. 'a.[ .,. who has passed a pleasant winterIn 4 Sent out by Nebraska Club- < ,of $150,000 for this purpose, because ..OOOOOOOOOO.OOO.OOO..O. tOvO O 44404444444?
l Music by Comrade Jones and Work ous midst, left Tuesday morningfor 4> women. during Baby Week, 1916.. < they believe it will enable the
rell on theviolin and banjo. They certainly her: northern home. 4- state to produce more and better cattle .
had to than D. G. Insurance f
; more one.
give Wagner Agency
for the effort and
Duet by Comrades: Lynch and Josh ]i. Ferguson was, a business same expense.
J caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday. Another argument that we haveeard.J'9vanced

'rP" urcJ1'M'r' : ; ;=t;."ll 'er.I =-Myst l'homaw.',Davidson; and..:.-on7. :rtiyA _SECUIiEau1NE:"::w- "_''"""- by' one cattle' man was 4--- 2nd FloorCitizenf Ba i1c'BldgT; Phone-N :'30--: '';<>, = -
could "outsidethestate
that he nol BTiTp
$ of course she had to repeat a secojid Franklin,. left Monday evening for if the ..
without dipping, and that
and third time. their summer home at New Castle, CLUB-BANKS ASSIST
' attic had to be dipped he waited thettupcves The Leading General Insurance Agency In Osceola Co. I
; A' tribute to our countryand flag., N, H. ', ' '. of the- state to foot the
ri by Comrade Bower, while waving the .Mrs. C. K. Ife'ndrlx and Dr.,'Minerva County Agent B. E. Evans, who has '
the' and Cushman spent Monday in Kisimmee. bill. WE REPRESENT'THE AETNA HOME OF NEW YORK HART :i:
b stars and'stripes on stage; just returned from Mobile, Ala., purchase In discussing he subject the other ,
j cheered. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ryan left AND FIRST-CLASS
was heartily A good program FORD MANY OTHER FIRE .INSURANCE *
fourteen head of fine Duroe- day a member of the house, who is a
,, well carried and have thanks of morning for a visit with
the audience for hour. Best friends at Louisville Ky. Jersey stock' for the Osceola County well-to-do cattle man, stated that he ; :x
a pleasant
owned 5,000 WAY
i wishes go with Mr. and Mrs. Burch. Mrs. A. G. Durham left Monday to Boys' Pig Club, which was formed range ,

#, J. L. Brow, secretary., spend the next two' months with here some time ago. They are of the to went dip on them to tell if what he had it would to stand cost him the{i LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO f
friends at Peoria, Ill. ' I BURGLARY PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
r I ) Defender strain and consist of' thirteen himself. He is known to have ,
The New York Veterans Association\ I Mr. Mac Arrowsmith, who has been expense i I
met in Oak Grove Park Tuesday at 2 I attending business college at Tampa, gilts and one boar. Three of the large cattle interests and Tax as Commission he Insurance

p. m. Meeting was called to order by came home) last Friday, evening forth piggies will be here in a few days, the' bitterly opposed curiosity to the aroused to the !
) our was
President, J.''W. Francher. week-end. remainder to arrive within a week or extent of finding out how many cat- ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. tIN

t I by Opening prayer by song Wm.', America Lynch. followed The I. O. O. celebrated their 98th' ten days. The stock was purchasedfrom tie he paid taxes on.- In his home THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION I

Solo by Mrs. Bert Gessford, "Col anniversary' on Tuesday evening. The the Carol Plantation, Theodore, county there is not a single cow assessed AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION.

; umbia, the Gem of the Ocean." Rebekahs and families and other invited Ala., and C. G. Russell, Mobile. All against him, but in throe of his
counties he Js paying taxeson
Reading of minutes and treasurer's' guests were present. adjoining .
of the stock is registered and has received head.
'' Rov.,Stewart, pastor of the Presbyterian 1,780 --- ---- ""
report accepted. I -
the double treatment for hog Now are surprised to learn that
Church led in
On motion decided to hold ho meet. prayer.
ings until first Tuesday in September. Adress by Rev. Kenney. cholera, which makes the porkers im there are cattle men who object to tick

e Program in charge of Mrs. Bebe. I Solo bjr Miss Jane Warner. mune. eradication at public expen'sejustdon't

Singing" ."Battle "Hymn of the Republic gave a very interesting Much interest is being taken in this that they want and it the at any cattle price.tick have It seems been Stout Lumber Co.

work which is under the supervisionof )
attached to each other th ,
long' '
Reading "Challenge"-Mrs. Franch Reading by Goldie Groves. Mr. Evans. The boys who have as. so y SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER CO. '
the of
cannot endure heartrending
thought a
Talk by Rev. Stewart. located themselves together for, this
t er.Violin I separation. But if '
Solo A. G. Durham.
music Comrade McGill. by laudable purpose are: Ernest and
is worth considering
.' Reading -When; the Kid Enlisted" Prof. Riley gave a good talk. Horace s opinion -
very James W, Oliver Wm. L. Milton
this is the real in the
Mrs. Chunn.
a -Mrs. Robinson. Reading by Dann, Ernest Stalling, Kissimmee; eradication ointment. Government
Song, G. A. R.'Comrade Evory. Music on dulcimer by A. A. Martin: Lewis, Lambert and Edward Camp.
would check the
Reading Comrade,Francher: "Dew- Ice'cream and punch were served. bell,. John A. Collins. Station dipping number of cattle keep owned) a by each on individual LUMBER

/ Water
ey a* Manila. ; Raymond Tyner, Tyner ..
and it would be to the Tax
Music. on the ,dulcimer by Comrade Mrs. Hose DeWitt and two children, trio Bronson Curtis Yates, Shingle' up
Martin. who have spent sometime here, left Creek.. The boys will have charge of a Assessor to govern himself according Novelty Works in ConnectionIt

Closed by singing "God Be With on Monday for their home in Kansas. pig and at the end of the season: ly.
You Till We Meet Again." Mr. and Mrs. Liddias Niswongerwent prizes will be! given to those who male The Federal census gives the number is. our pleasure to give yon estimates at all times
of cattle in Florida as being 1,014,
Mr. and Mrs. Buchanan, who have to Tampa Sunday mroning to the best records.
The rolls the state Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery.Phone .
000 head. tax of
ther winter home here, left Wednesday visit Mr. Niswonger's mother and The State Bank of Kissimmee, the .
morning 'to'spend the summer at brother, returning here Tuesday even Citizens Bank and the First National show only 551,000. The census figures

Brownstown 111. ,'.,' : ',,.', i, ing.: ,",' : ) ' I Bank of St, Cloud are assisting the were given on oath while the Assessor's 21 Kissimmee Fla.

Mrs. Elsie Baker and Mr,,Bird were if Mrs..Engle and son, Gordon, left on boys in a financial way,. "These. institution figures were not.. 'Therefore, if ,,
married Sunday in the Pres-i Monday'for, their*'home In Plttsburg, the census department Is right only r
evening' ,; a are loaning them money at tbs bn
half,the cattle,in Florida are the *A/ *n/ *i
byterian Church i i after the)preaching ra. rate I of 6:peril\cent.;; each|members of. tax'rolls of the state. At $6.00 .. ,
'"Mrs. :Anson McGill is the hospital per -------- ----- ---- --- -- - ---- - -- '- -- -- -----
service, by Rev. Stewart. The bride n the'club agreeing to pay the money
end groom left on Monday morning at ,Formosa, but is ;doing nicely, and lack .with the first litter of pigs, or> head the number of cattle escaping.

'' for New Jersey, followed by tHe good we soon see her at home within, a period of eighteen months. taxation eradication would amount would ;therefore to $3,000,000.Tick mean ..
wishes of their friends. again.
iir -many Mrs. F. M. Smith, who has been visiting WONDERFUL STUFF! something to ,the Treasury department

; : "500,Party" her sister, Miss Ruth Bass, returned LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS? as well as to the textile indus State Bank

Mrs. Josh H. Ferguson entertained on Tuesday to, her home at try.

p quite a number of her' friends on Avon Park, Fla. ,
W. A. Drawdy and Mr. Van Nalla Apply a Few Drops'Then Lift Corns Rah! For
Wednesday afternoon 25th
'e '' April at went Tuesday morning to spend a few or Calluses Off With Fingers-,. Ocala Banner: It was a son of
her home New York
'1' on Avenue, davs in Polk county. No Pain Dixie Worth Bagley, North Carolina, of Kissimmee
Those Mrs. Edd
present were: George, Cllrs. E. D. French of Ashton spent No humbug! Any corn, whether who was the first victim of the Span.
Mrs. G. H. Clark Mrs. S. W.
j i' Porter hard soft or' between the toes, will American war, and now a Texan Is
Wednesday visiting friends in our ,
.. .4 Iham Mrs,Charles Mrs. William Coyle, Mrs.Hall, Bert Mrs. 'Bert Dur- city. loosen right up and lift out, without a the first to carry the Stars and Stripesto The of the world -

ti a Baxter, Mrs. Sam Brammar, Mrs. particle. of pain or soreness. the front in France.: eyes
i Visiting cards printed by the Valley This drug is called freezone and i I. -
.. 'John Johnton, Mrs. C. E.Carlson, Mrs. Peeved!
of ether discovered by We Might Get
Alice Kreps, Mrs. P. E. Morgan, Mrs. Gazette Job Department a compound
Cincinnati man. Fort Myers Press: And BO a German -
'.. Ask at any drug store for a small submarine has come over and are on the man who
bottle of freezone which will cost.buta shot at us. It is almost enough to pro-
trifle, but is sufficient to rid one's voke wrath but really the poor devils

feet,or every corn or callus. are to be pitied.
Put a few drops directly upon any
Fi!; MWJJELINa tender, aching corn or crllus.\ Instantly The city dock has been in need of
the soreness disappears and shortly repairs for some time, and in some
the corn or callus will loosen,and can places it is in a dangerous condition. SAVESPAUSE

.be lifted vwith the fingers. The matter was called to the Attentionof
This drug freezone doesn't eat out the council by K., G. Canova, with

4 I/4'i ttto the corns or calluses, 'but shrivels the result that immediate attention
v Combination that them without even irritating the surrounding will ,be,given the matter.

Means Tire,Satisfaction Just think skin.! No paint'at all; ito "Carry A Code"

soreness or smarting when applying it Tampa Breezes They will soon haveso

e Michelin UniTeml Tread.A. or afterwards. If your druggist don't many laws in Florida that it will be for a moment, young man
have freezone have him order Ct:; for( necessary to carry a code book to use ,
good tireemoneycan make-CII" ----- '
before YOI1--anytbing-IIO-tbat-yo; : self The
you. a :
'rI 4 buy. Not only contain the very beat ol will not get in W1'Ong."Prefer give
; ti rubber and fabric but so much more
.t ol each that they weigh from 13 to 13* WHAT IS Pretmels" problems that confront you now, or
heavier than the
t average. Tavares Herald: The kaiser is will few hence.Look
s Michelin Red Inner Tube LAXFOSLAXrOS prodigal with his promises, but the years .

; Made on a circular mandrel producing people would prefer pretzels. ''
about you-the men of affairs in country state nation-
t a truly ring-stuped tube which fit* the
without -fe, In the,world, are the men who started to save early in life.
eating perfectly stretching or
.. wrinkling. Mlcbelln Tubes do not grow I '
1 y brittle or porous with ago. A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE: 6rSTO MACN l. They .hare the respect and, confidence of the community. '

In Jtultct lo lean U, ".,.ACM-..IIi CATHARTIC AND LIVER TONIC Then
look the other tide the fellows
.. :4I on -at who spend all
LAX-FOS Is Secret Patent Mad!. _I I"..1-1-- '."I":4I: .jll (
.... *. ttglt-quallttt tint a trial.W not a or
cine bat Is composed of the,following Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the make-they may.hare. a good time for a while but what does' their ''w' '
old-fashioned root and herbs personality reflect?
SUmach and, Intestines, AutoIntoxication ,

B MAKINSON CO CASCARA BLUE FLAQ BARK ROOT Yellow .Jaundice, Appendicitis I A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the

RHUBARB ROOT and other fatal' ailments result' from nucleus of an honorable independent career.

BLACK ROOT Stomach Trouble. Thousand of Make your beginning now-today. Your bank

Kissimmee, Fla ti MAYAPpLE ROOT Stomach Sufferers owe their complete book will pay the way. ;

recovery to Mayrs Wonderful .

SENNA LEAVES Unlike 'ot\er"for Stem, Capital stockResources ____ ___
Remedy any ----------------- 100000.00

.. AND PEPSINIlaLa.z.F08theC.A8CA.A."lm eei by ach Ailment. For. sale' by J.'Z. Roberaon over ._____________-_-________ 400000.00 '... ,

:; en 'the addition of these digestive ingredients and ,druggists :everywhere, ."r
making better than ordinary CAS- Officers and Directors:
>14 1\ CABA.and thus the combination act not '
only.a stimulating laxative and cathartic .IIUICHESTER s PtLLS C. A. CARSON.(-President M. KATZ and E, L. LESLEY.I! .V-P.: '
bat also aa adigeathre and liver tonic.: _. *.. "ROMA THOMAS: Cashier '.
i Syrup laxative are weak bat lAX-Fua I .;

I combines strength with palatable, aromatic ..._ e.r..w--lOGy.caw aaa I N. a'BRTAN N..a CARSON. 'If.KATZ,

?' taste and does not gripe or dktnrb -I!a C. A., CARSON, FLEMING, 1&'" LESLEY .'-
'M4liiii idIr the stomach.' On bottle will prove; J: sea:I r. ..till J. WADE
"I' Dinefenu;
WO. r..krwra..M/rR 11w? .
LAX-FDS .is invaluable; for Constipation,
r Indigeetlo* oa.Tofpi4ZJv.r. .rrfatSOc .1'8118-.1'
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J I VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAT. MAT 4, 1917 SEVERplIIllIHllllllllIllllillllllllllllllllllllg

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{ OOtO. O.t.tOo.o.t.. o... Ty'stfn all oJ'motored to Mr. Sessions, M.W. M.H. Maklnson Crawford, KI..lmm.'Jrlorldla-KI..lmm""J! Florida. t t .0... .,. .0..OOJ.OtttO. ';

0 last week. Our Democratic rooster is IN 'WlTNEBlT'WHErilSoii', we have
Here Is an Interveiw given as v a combination patriotism from the hereunto set .our hands this

1 Good Fertilizer I o authentic by an authority. Jesus 0 ,extreme end of his longest tall feather April, ,A. 1>,'JJUTiW. T. MAKINSON, Atlantic Coast Line

4 said, "Bill, I am in war, too.. to the point of his bill. He crows with W. n. MAKINSON. '

1= Good. Value | 4 ,And I said said"What war, Jesust" 0 I ajl his might our country *first,. last M W., M.B. CRAWFORD.BTATR MAKINRON. Standard' Railroad of the SouthEast ,
And. he "That with *
war and all the time. Hurray for our pres-
==, For'80 ears Armour 6); %' == o the devil." And I said, "Jesus, ident, congress, army and navy. We OF. FLORIDA,

g=a' Blood & Bon*.Tankage has 55 O I'i''be over to help you and I'll had the pleasure of meeting our old COUNTY dF OSCEOLA.: da, Through Tourists Trains ;, '

.r' ;= consistently been amongthe == 4 bring!thousands of New Yorkers < friend, John Tracy, during court,; his On this 6th day of April, A. D 117.

==s most economical and satis- = 0 to help on your aide." How full* son Joe, belong to Co. B, and was before Public, me., M W. SarRent.appeared s.. W.Notary T. EAST' THE WEST
.r.onallb TO THE -TO :
= 'factoryno-potaehfertilizera c=ss d the two services supplement each with them on the border Joe is readyto MAKINSOU M M.MAKINSON .
=s offered. Especially is this EE 4 other under Roosevelt and Billy. and W. B. CRAWFORD tome
= truerightnow. Youget6% === join the U. S. army again and go known to be the de.crlbedIn "New York,& Florida Special""Ha. "SeminoU Limited" i
from -Ex. for the Germans. There is a proposition .."d who. executed f..r.on.. ... Instrument .
= ammonia blood, and = a 4 which appears to have considerable and acknowledged the execution ."& West Indian Limited"n.. Southland""Dixie ,
r= 15% phosphoric acid from Eg == thereof to be their free act and
= steamed bone, at' several == 4.- support in congress to make the deed for the' 'uses and purposes ther.lnmpnUon.d "Coast Lin/ Honda,Mail" Lbaited""Palmetto ,
== dollars per ton less than the = postmaster '
KISSIMMEESay Rex feels'assured that should this Limited" "Dirle Flyer"
same front these sourEEE
= hereunto Set my hand and affixed/ my : ,
== ces would cost separately. '= what 'you, may about advortisnigr become a law that our present post- seal this the day and year above. -writ. "St. LouU-Jacktoarille Ex,....." v
master and her splendid assistants' ten.
; condemn th.s county commission Seal) M. W. SARGENT. .
I would receive almost unanimous
an Notary public Stats of Florida. Steel Sleeping.Cart, Tampa to. Waihinctoa,
ArmourBlood ers purchasing: the paper<>power invitation to stay where they are. Rex

to aid in building up the county' if is an almost every day caller and can : My Commission Expires April 1, 1(20.ISOTICH Philadelphia and New York; From JacksonriDe to Chicago, SL Louis,

& Bone vou will but in this as in many other testify tp the able manner with which VOlt lUHl.ItATIONDepartaaeBt ) Louisville, Cincinnati Indiaaapolis, Cleveland and,Grand Rapid. i ,
Instances we must recognize the fact this department is conducted. Our -

that the lion. Board found the correct telegraph service is. likewise well .f the Ia *rler Observation Car*-Dining On.For ,

Tankage estimate of tho power that the press conducted.) The delivery boy Geo. L'. .. Iced. 'Office at (iai.esviii.; ; ; Fla.. t
4 I exercises in the formation of public Stroupt,'wal entrusted with a mes- April 7. ,.)T resenratioM apply to t'

opinion.! To the r>cot>Ie of the Worth' sage to Rex week. before l last, directedin '- A. W. FRITOT J. G. KIRKLAND
Under conditions the care of Peter Savage. Finding thatwe Notion Is hereby given that Frank i
esteemed Division
E present == reports published by your Division Passenger Agent Passenger Agent
M. Edna, of "", Florida, who pn
= this material is, we believe, =: journal sounded Jike a fairy tale, had left to take the train for St., November SO..Lc Hit made Homestead 138W. St. Jacksonville Hilliboro Hotel Tampa '
=s. the best and most economical = with a thermometer far below zero, Cloud, he came to the depot, found us Entry, No 011290 for Lots I. .t<, See U, Bay ,
a and delivered the Our. Sheriff lMt I, 6, Sec. IS and N>4 of Lot I, Section
Ammonia-Phosphoric == biting: winds, snow, hail, abet and all message. 24. Township I 11 8, Range 34 Bit
= Acid fertilizer offered. It is = the other misery and distress which (Ingram) certainly has a busy Tallahassee. Meridian has ftl.d noticeof ..0..0..0.00000.0.. . .

= well suited to all crops; it = Intense cold creates, they would reed time of it this court, but is fnllyequal Intention to'make/three-year; ) proof, .

= eve'7thingexct'ptpotlsh. = of warm sunshine, beautiful flowers to the occasion-quick .in his move to establish before claim Clerk to the Circuit land Court above
= It is a standard ==. and other decoration which our tropical ment, ,intelligent in the performanceof KlHHlmmra, Florida, on the 26th day of

= material of PROVED crop- = climate freely bestowed on field his duty the peopel.of the, county May 181T. ra
=r= making ability; more than SEE have reason to congratulate Claimant names a. witnesses:
and garden, and it would croate an intense every Lawrence Kdrls, of okoliee. Florida.
.= 100,000 tons hAve actually] == desire which increased with themselves on the choice they have J. Frank Tumblln, of Lokosee, Flor-

= been used in Florida.. It lerich === bitter wind that blew over hill made. There are many things !left Ida.R .
every ;
-r= pure, ant.Posplendd\ : =: unsaid but opinion that F' Willis, of Lokosce, Florida.
in my you
::=-1 i humu.-luilder. ir == and valley until at last conditions U. M., Folk ,of okoaee, Florida.
.) their own country became unbearable, will gladly see the long article ROUERT W. DAVIS'!, .1

_- Cat particular. from sml price TODAY -_- and they come to BOO for themselvesthat brought a close. REX. 17-St Reg-later. Spray PumpsInsecticides i

great land, which tho Gazette NOTICM.KOH 1'lnLICATION'-;

WATERS & CARSON bed described, finding reports true and There'll 'Be Others, Too! wrl 1,

that descriptions had not been overdrawn ,,'( .l the latoriorV. .
== GROCERY CO.. Klulmmc. ==;. Tavares Herald: The ex-czar 'of epartars
and that they had found the Russia realizes that tho -
;5 "From. the Farm i= finest climate in the world, thoao that the now power behind! the thrown.peopleare 8. Laud Ofdcf at n.I..v'llI.,. Fl:., Mist spray means death to your 3'

== Back to the Farm"FerUlizerWorks = were.BO situated that they could do eo 1111111 n 11111111111111 n' April 7, 1O1TJN crop enemies. We have full stock :a

::"''a''i -=='rnouf' -== aurchaAecLlandt-! .-_.and l,becftnwamongour : ,,, ,-,, ''-,1... .0' = .,-, .. ..- ;.;Mc-rS"herebytrtventhaiwenee-- ,of..the"=Right. Mst.erlalll"aDd' -1',.
best citizens.while others come 1 Edrln of LtOkonee. Florida who on
Machines, Our experience'dates,from
cEs Jacksonville Fla. == each winter and remain with us until LegalAdvertiseilnents August, 9. 1918. made Homestead. ,Kn- '
'" r --J try No. 4111911I. for l.otlll: nnl ,1 of Sec. the 'Terr first :'spraying( !in Florida: a
:riiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiirimm county paper the_vast our lion 12. Township 21 S. Range 24 E., .
late spring. Hurrah t then for our : : Tallahassee Meridian has flied noticeof
publication since it has been made our Intention. t'a'r.krG t..e-r.J proof,
to establish above
111111.--.1..1..1.. .
county organ proves it to be the very described before Clerk Circuit Court

life of our existence, and we should :VOTU'P 1t")1J; APPLICATION ENDER SreCTIOWSl FOR BT4 AND TAX May KlHBlmmee] 17.Claimant. .Florida' on the lath day of Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
the credit_that it duo them'fortheir
give .
exertions! in our behalf: and we STATE! OF KLOIllOA.. I Frank M.names Kdrls, as, of okosee' 'Flor.ida. \ 1 Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers.Jacksonville .

G PRIMER F acknowledge our obligations to yo edi .- .. ; '=
tor for the Valley Gazette! ,wih NOTICE! l. hereby given that A. L. J. Frank Tumblin, of Lokosee, FlorId m -
lining Honeker, purchaser of Tax Certificate, Florida,
i the most esteemed organs in the state, No. 328, dated July 7th A. D. IBIS ham R. FJ.! Willis, of Lokoaee Florida.
showing that talent, energy and indus flied said Certificate li'orm.ta office and O. M. Folk, of Lokonee Florid. : T
will has made Deed to ROBERT W. PAVIS.
SELLSFire try can produce a journal that Issue In accordance with law 11'-5t. Reg-lster
honor a county, and we believe that Said certificate embraces the .

each head of a family in the county by described land, lying and at.I' NOTICE OV ATTACHMENT I
situate.ln Oaceola County, of
Life; Accident and curtaining expenses, by saving nickels Florida, to-wlt. : T. F. c. O.edwia s.d All Pe...... I..
and dimes .would find that the subscription Lots number XT. 28 4J'and 44 of theSeminole terested
of the Gazette could Land & investment Com' -'
Health Plate Glass, Liability price. of pany's Sub-division of N 1-1 and N 1-8 Notice Is hereby. given that I. L. HInnrarn "
be raised without the imposition of SB 1-4 and SE 1-4 of 8E 1-4 and NE Sheriff of Oaceola County In '
and Boiler Insurance. any,hardships on his wife or children; 1.4 of NW 1-4 of Section Nine (9). of the state of Florida.have this day attached '
i we venture to say that wanton wasteIn Township Twenty-six (26) South, certain real estate belonging to WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. Local Ageflls't
Range Thirty C20) East. ,
F. C. flood win In the county of Osceolaand
Legal Bonds Executed the course of a year Is the cause of The Bald land being assessed In the state of Florida, described as fol I ...
the date ---- -
most if not all of the poverty that at name of W. Donmoyer at lows:
laauance of Bald certificate: unless said
Same Needed. present exists among our laboring certificate shall be redeemed according The' BE% of 'the SE", the 8W% of,
Day men, and causes very many of our to law, tax deed will Issue thereon on. the. SE%. and the EH> or the NEJtt-' ABSOLUTELY STOPS ALL LEAKS
ra y families to deprived of a great the fist day of May. A. D. 1 17.Witness excepting the rla-ht-of-way. of the
, real more money than the subscriptionprice my hand and official South Florida Railway; In section 21; '
this, the nth day of April. A. D 1917.
W% of section 22
and if and the WU> of tl\ ; GRAPHELASTIC ROOF PAINT
of two dollars OVBRSTRKBT.
represents, J. I
OFFICE State Bad of
: Building all being; In townshlp,26' south ,rangeAlso ,
saving that amount would create, a Clerk Circuit Court, Oaceola County. '
spirit of economy we could safely predict (Circuit State. Court of Florida Seal) is.41 : WH of the NW4. 8W' of8W14. SOLD UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEENOT
and a half Interest In the NWK
this into
that he who theory I '
puts of the 8W% of section C, .township EXPERIMENT. PRODUCT
practice would readily pay the amount NOTICE OF INCORPORATION 2(. south. of range 2*. : Y+j
asked for by and leave a I Also: the EH> of the NE14 (except
TH your paper Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned one-half acre graveyard) and a half Interest Graphelastic will make an old roof as good ai new. Any one can applyit.
FiORIDANETALPRODUCTSiCQMANUFACTURE balance over at the end of year will, on May 14th, 1917. applyto i Jn the WU of the NEK, and a For 5 the standard roof paint of the South. ,
which would surprise the entire fam- the Governor of Florida for Letters half Interest In the 8KK of section t, years "

ily; this reckless expenditure of Patent Incorporating-and successors ourselves Into.., a our body associates :' township 26, south. of range 2>. ,OUR PRICES: Barrels, 52 gallons 60c per gal Half barrels about 4

METAL money in many instances is caused politic' and corporate under the name of I i TOil are hereby commanded to appear t 30 gallons 65c per gallon. Less than half barrels, 75c per gallon.
by answering flashy advertisements in MAKINSON SONS COM PANT. before the Judge of the Circuit Court
about 200 feet the
W T. MAKINRON. Osceola Florida, the 2nd Graphelastic'will cover, Square tq gallon.
CEILINGS far a slick tongued of county on
our business away harper papers agrees to give you a M.W.: n M.:MAKINSON.MAKINSON I day of July lilt 7. same being a. rule Graphelastic Liquid Cement for roof in very bad condition $1 I per gaL''
day of said court answer an action '
CULVERTS,SHINGLES whole lot of things for nothing, andtells W. B. CRAWFORb.Artleies of assumpslt damages In the sum Graphelastic heavy cement, 50 pounds 8c per pound. t'

AND OTHER you that week you helping can make them to from do .-( iBr..... .. of Company$10000 Is, In plaintiff which. and the the Coe-Mortlmer said F C. Above pricei subject to 10\ % discounrfor cash. '" '
525 to $30 a ,
o''Ocl. Goodwin I. defendant: Herein fall not '
SHEET METAL what! Swindle your friends, that We ourselves the undersigned together, for herebyate the purposeof or judgment will. be given against you
1 BUILDING would be the way of it, if you succeedin becoming .a body politic and corporate by default' Graphelastic ,Manufacturing Co.
business that is if they reallyha under the lawa of, the L. H. INGRAM. ,
your ; Iaatrhr Sheriff of Osceola Co. Florida.JNO. .
V lTt TODAY MATERIAL danything that you could handle; the following, Articles. of Incorporationshall OVF.R8TREET.. ,
SPECIAL they make an immense amount of capItal constitute and be the Charter of Clerk Circuit Court
CATALOGUES QUOTA out of Crackers we're the said corporation. LEWIS BRYAN.. ......6.6..6.. 06.... ,
. lvL4.w us ; for Plaintiff. '
ACKSONVILu:" : suckers that they catch on their lines Article I _

w and we stand ready with mouth open The name of thin COMPANY.corporation shall NOTICE OF ELECT(OUT '
to: jump at any bait that is thrownou. Article II -. .o.t..o... .... ....... .. ... a
the of the In compliance with the law In such
This time power
Magnolia BalmLIQUID press The principal place of business of cases made and provided It Is hereby
Is shown up to our disadvantage, but this corporation shall be )n thn Cityof announced and declared that an election
FACE POWDER. the power is there all the same and i Klsslmmee.. Ospeola County, Floridabut will be held at the Bull Creek J Cold for Fresh Meats
all classes of people bite at the bait' the Board of Directors may establish School House, Osceola County Florida, Storage j j 1
The beauty secret,of branch offices' at other places from on Saturday May 6 A. I). 1914', for the
thrown out. The circuit court grand time to time as may be desired.Arllela .. purpose of determining ; whether or not
women who knowhow jury has in one instance at'least something : III the following described territory shall ,

4 to take care of the corn of an unusual nature in its I The period of existence. of this corporation vlst become a special tax school' district i Storage Rate Beginning December tat '2,

7 plcxion. Cannot be makeup in the person of Robert Lanier .hall be perpetual Beginning, st the northeast cornerof .'

detected. Heals Sun. old Indian war veteran, after the Article IV Section One (1)' Township Twenty- Storage on all Meats 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen Days.,. 't
The general nature of the business of eight (28) South Range Thirty-four
of the Tuesday evening
/ burn stops Tan. Soothing adjournment jury this corporation shall be to carryon (8/) East; thence In a westerly direction Curing Pork ready 'for: smoking,' .1 l-2c. per pound
Rex asked the old gentleman': the trade or business of manufacturing. to the northwest corner of Section
cooling .
'" ; refreshing.PtiA. how he was going: home. Walk, was buying and ....I II n Importing and Six (6), Township Twenty-elrht (28) Twenty Days. : ,
/l .: '" Whl. 'R-.RJ. of about exporting, and otherwise dealing In South Range Thirty-three (33) East; ,I '
75c.mi'Ztainbb"- mall Jlnct the prompt reply-a distance hnrdware and incident thence In a southerly! direction to the Curing and Smoking2c per, pound. (
four miles. We also found I/ewis articles, : southwest ,of Section
Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp thereto and any In the corner Eighteen ,
Johnson Albert Acree, John Tracy I Manufacture or composition of which (18), Township Twenty-nine (29) ,
iyoa Mfg.Co.. 40 South Fifth St..Brooklyn Y. said The breakIng metal Is a factor or connected with South. Range Thirty-three (33) East' .
among others on jury. the hardware business and to manufacture thence In an easterly direction to the Bring us hogs .the,day they are killed. We will do
of the droudht before material southeast Of your
up bur, sell. Import or export, or corner Section Thirteen
damage had been done was a great re- otherwise deal In, any materials, ar- ((1*). Township. Twenty-nine (19))
and tides and things, required for or In South Range Thirty-four (24) East; the rest.
lief to our city produce growers connection with, or I Incidental to the thence In a northerly direction to the
lorists-a number of heavy rains' has manufacture use, purchase and sale point of beginning
changed the whole face of nature. of any and all of the aforesaid< wares And also to determine who. shall
and articles I and also to carry on any serve as school trustees of said district .
Just scuh a potato crop as our citizens other manufacturing or distributing for two years next after the election KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE CO.
have raised has never been heard nor business as principals or agents, or and to nx the number of mills of ,
dreamt of before-about 600 barrels otherwise*, which can be conveniently. district school tax to be levied and collected /
carried on In conjunction with, any of annually for the said two years Bni
would make a fair estimate as far as the matters aforesaid. The following named persons were? ap- oOtoOOo oooooo..e.o..o..
heard from, besides these the culls Article. V pointed to act at said election: P. SeT "

have fed a number of families.. Our. The amount of the capital, stock oft "rs, H. J. Hancock and .W. R. Nettles w------,, ,,- S
Inspectors; 8 L. Eubank, Clerk.
'-ISPfC[ ALLYADAPTfO m.rchantsaredoinjrasplendidbusUness Thousand hlacorpO-raUajiahall Dollars divided ba.-Twentyrflve Into two I>-by-ordei: -<>f-the-Board: -of'Pub- 'ooo ..o.. o..ooooooc..ooAooi.oooooo.o.oo. ........ . .
-despite the hard times people lie Instruction of Osceola county Florida '
I hundred and fifty shares of the par this, the 6th day of April, A. D.
must eat to live and the industrious value of One Hundred Dollars each 1917.' .

For Your nes succeed in paying for what they which said capital stock may be paid W. C BASS M. G. KIBBE ,& CO. t
purchase and the way the motor for l In property; to, labor or aervfoes incor-at a A tt..t. : Chairman.County .

I t State round rucks the carrying city gives food proofs stuffs that move the poratc purpose 1rsuatoa. Article.m etingocalled VI that Superintendent. It-Et FARM LANDS NORTH AND SOUTH j

.ouths to fit) are atilt there. Our city NOTICE TO ClttCniTOMS '
The business of this corporationKhali in Five Acre Farm close in ,. '
We have
Auto bargain
lescntR a i.'ely app"ar lI1CL. be conducted by a President a a ,
"r ikt'tl, with flags spaced through the Vice-President Secretary and Treasurer I. COMrt of the rommtr. ,Ja" ". Osrevla Other J
Six Room well finished Barn Etc. good
JE- :JbSJfcS: streets, merchants and dwelling and a Board .of Directors of not Coaaty, State of Florida.
less than! three. nor more than seven.
houses generally' have adopted a ftim- Article VII (. re Estate, .f Jars W. Lilly ones.

I Our Instructive Catalogue liar mode of showing their patriotism The. ,annual meeting of the stock. -
We Farms Honies Rentals.
and the grim visage of war seems,not holders shall be held at the principal To all Creditors, Legatees, Distributees want Improved , ,
and Weekly Price List to have seriously interfered with office of the corporation on the second and all Persons having Claims or .f
& Our friend Joe Monday In April of each year beginning Demands against said Estate: PHONE 286 '
:ir amusement generally. ; with, the year 191S.Article Tou. and each of you are hereby, no.
SEND FOR Smith, is still in a critical condition- VIII tilled which.... any claims and demands DAKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA

every effort made by his faithful wifeto The stockholders of this corporationshall you or either of you may ...
against the estate of James W.Mliy #
render his situation as comfortableas at the first meeting, or a. Boonthereafter have -
THEM rO'DAY ; adopt thenpcp..ary I deceased. late of Osceola county, :i
possible and her untirnig exertions; Florida to the undersigned executrixof :
I. a great; aid in his present condi- theooorporatton.: by-laws for t the governmentof said estate, within two years from ..... l 1/1/
.By order otElectrht and ,Water '
r E1iffINSEED COS ion.Am Article IX the Dated date March hereof.17th KIT. Committee fy said execution, at'publlo outcry," at
still domiciled with Peter Sav- amount of Indebtedness ALICE y R. GILBERT Clerk. the east door1 of the Court House" laOaceola
age and family: and despite the hard GrTnft!:: to which this corporation: 1/-9t >. 'WILDoEEtR. Ii This 18th day of April, 'U17. ,,1U County Klsslmmee. Florida, on
,JACKSONVILLE; TLA.T. and beIng shall at any time be subject shall be Monday the 7th day of May. A. D. 1>1T. i/j/
times, we are eating, drinking -
Fifty: Thousand Dollars. NOTICE IlKRIFF-S within the legal hours of sale to the
( merry Peter is working with the Article X -SALE highest.. and best bidder for oaah. tbe

RIVERS. elephone'' company, receive good Until the'first election of officers/ thebu.ln. m'Onth'ot r following described p..nalproperty.
T. M. M. D. Commencing with the May, '
the said OreyatoneHotel
'Notlce'l. of
hereby given that by as the property
wages, sometimes at night and occasionally ... of this corporation shall be 1(17 those who nave failed to pay their
under virtue of-that certain Writ of
all day Sunday. Myrtle is at conducted by orb following named light and water dues in full en or before Company.wiV.No.J1M4*.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON persons: W. Maklnson, President; the 10th of each month will be Execution.suing out of and under 1 large engine
Office over Osceola Pharmacy school and the fin* training abe has W. B. Maklnson. Vice-President: W. B. placed oa delinquent list and promptly semi of the Civil .Court of Record In 1 small engine No.lUllS..
aA received from her mother will enable Crawford Secretary;, ML- .M Maklnson cut out. In case of out outs m fee of and for Duval County Florida bearing: 1 dynamo for curiae,
Phone, Treasurer. In addition \'to date the llth day of February A. D. 1 large motor eoaaeetlaa her to advance tq a higher'' grade by Th. names and residences of the subscribers amounts 61.00-win'b.dde. required for lights or, water ',>.. HIT, Issued In that certain cause therein 1 .mal"motor eonnectln for engine.
I the reponeing of the school. Paul'is to these Articles of Incorporation fore re-ent In Is made. : pending wherein 8t- James Realty '1. H. INGRAM, ,

To Cure a Cold la On* Day, the same little mischief maker full of together with tbe number of i This applies to each and ev.rp-err and Department Store Company Brolb.a. cor. Sheriff Oeeeela! County' :Florid*.
shares of the capital stock set opposite of city water and lights. All win be poratlon trading a. Cohen Is By ROBERT CAMPBKLU
Take tJt ATIVBBKOMO womb.. It.eeccold.. fun-as lively as an, athlete.: Peter, bis name, are as follows: treated alike as the city positively will plaintiff and Graystone Hotel Company Deputy ....rlif.. .
c....and Headache ead o& & Miss Lake and little Paul accompanied . Is I FRED M'. VALZ. -
If It falls to ..... Myrtle W.".. Maklnson. Klsslmmee. Floridaw. I not carry accounts. The matter will a corporation defendants
Brentets re ad mosey e and Seth !' net a for the collector to decide., bare levied upon and will .- .tteraey, foirFlainUff.,' ::11THEKISSIMMEE. -M
8. W, OKOVK'S slgaatare 6a .-III..... 3...< by Miss Midge > B.. Maklnson. Klsclmmee, nora4&1. (I .
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,+. .. AT 8O'CLOCK. DAYS *


ltd Great Money. MdkIng Sale!

.. I
., Early this Spring and last Fall we went to the Markets' and loaded up with Thousandsof

Dollars: Ayorthuof?..Goods,'...thinking:;: that-, .they,-,were-going-" higher---which'-,they. are' ,
i every:; .d'ay---Butj 'Listen ,':*' Now our idea is'that the .War'-'will. close before long and 'y'ou

know that it won't do* for us- :to ,be caught with such large stocks of goods and we are
going to give the public, the benefit of this. You may think some of our low prices are

unreasonable, but come and see. We have ihe goods to show our part. T- '**

Sale 'Begins Saturday, May 5th, 1917Ladies'

Panama Hats, the Good Grade UnbleachedSheeting Ladies' White I Men's Kakhi and Pen {
kind Remnants, 98c Checked Pants,
$1.25 ,
.;r This' Sale' 89C I, Per Yard,, -. 4c' Canvas Shoes, pair This Sale' ., -$1.09 ..}

''t ; Special for Saturday% Night, A Good Grade of SPECIAL MONDAY

k May 5th. .. '. :Gingham. { Dress,; . '
. i. :\ ', :
** ,
; ; s.OjM'fflW f II" . 7th. .,
I First day of Sale i from' > 7to9'p.;' DJIiij 'fr:'. PatternsWorth *W ,, .: e\; s*;!May ::: : A';>>V- t
5c Handkerchiefs, 3 for 5c.,
will sell 36$1.00 Shirt Waists at
lOc the Yard, Special have Pink Blue and Lavender '
I,' ; the low price of 30c. They -
Only one to a Customer. Saturday, first day, ''yd. 4C< Borders, real 5c kind.

Light Tan, $4.98 Baby Doll Strap Pumps, 1.98 $4.00 Gun Metal and Patent. ; $3.39
' Black and White Stripe, "$5.98 o CQ $3.75 Tan and Black, $3.29
Blue,,and White Stripe, - $6.39 $3 Baby Doll Pumps $ $3.50 Tan, Black snd Gun Metal, .- $2.98 ;
Gray Mixture, _- $6.98 $4 Patent and Gun Metal Pumps, High Heel, $3.39 $3.00 Vici and Gun Metal. $2.3 .

4 Blue Wash Shirts, worth today. Boys' Kool Kloth Suits, gray mixAll our 15c Summer Dress Goods, Children's's 50c Dresses,ages .from Men's Work Shoes., $1.48
i 'G5c,German Dye,this sale, 48c ture,ages 8 to 17,for $3.48 all colors,stripes&flowers,yd lOc: 3 jo 6.years, this sale, 39c, Canvas! Shoes Black and ;
All our 20c Summer Dress Goods, White,per pair!, - 52c ':.
Men's Dress Shirts, with or with- Men's' Suits, Kool Kloth,Coat, and all colors fancy stripes and Children's 75c'Dresses,ages from ..
.1 ouLollarJhl_sale,._-0 49c| Pants, aILsizesJor _-__2.98 'flowers f per'yard; -T3c-, 47cWhite -WashSk.lrts:25; }: and'f" -(
$1.50 this sale, 98c /
Sport.Shirts, all colors, low neck ,Boys Palm Beaches, ages, All.our 25c;' Dress Goods in fancyStripe Children's $1.00.Dresses, ages Cut :grade: n all:Shoes,too many I ir ,,
and,short sleeves,this sale, 45c 8 to 17, for - $2.48 Voiles, yard, 22c 6 to 14 years,this, sale, 79c, kinds to mention.We . ,

have Thousands of other .good-things.too numerous to mention., The only'way to get the ,benefit of,this /:":
F; Sale is to come and see for yourself. If you don't need 'a Dress, Hat',or Suit of Clothes, maybe you need a .....n,
Tin Cup or a Sewing Machine Needle. We have them ,for,every kind of a machine made. Let Us Serve QU.
Z .
G. W.. PERSONS CO., Prop. -I
Dollar" .Store
.. . KISSIMMEE, FLA. ;. w !;
Store Will Be Closed Friday Afternoon Preparing, for This Great Sale !.. a



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