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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 11, 1917
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00802
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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S Election Called For Saturday,, I PRIDE OF KISSIMMEE AND OSCEOLA COUNTY I : Dr. A. P. Montague. President
Columbia College To Make
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.To Build Road From I
June 16 Principal Addret..Inter-
To Kittlmmee ., J
Polk CountyLin .
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The eating Program
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i ..INSPECTORS AND' CLERKS < 1m (0 C
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0 4 4> Edna Calkins
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Precinct No.-li: i:> S IL *
4 : 'O' Elsie Dietz
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.4 H, N. Brattori, 000 t4.5 .- ; ; l _ C Abby Han1s! 4'.

4 George T., Singletary 000 ;:i.. .$ ,4't f'4' . : 4- Lois Johnson, CC.
4 R. D. Guice, Inspectors.! 4 .5, 5. f' 5\ _________ Amy Makinson; C

.0. Edgar Katz,. Clerk. 4(0- ;; tc-vJ- -, g -;- ,' 4,4 p. n' i 'S _ wccthJ.sr4 ',. 0C..,"....,-Manie LauraThomai.Witherspoon.. ;;,.,.. '*C ..:r.' '
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1 PreI-: m:'.,No..2.b"J ,.,.."--',.-M>:'--.--..,.." ....:.,"!'. h; : .Rsj; : p 4O' L. D. Geiger . C
.=-lI. 'Joiner. V Harold Jlen.berg, 4.C ,
4' W. O.-.Bronson.GJC. 000 .. ' 5- 5. : Sheldon Johnson. CC
(0 :Bronson, Inspectors,. (0 C
4 c.'A. Garrett Clerk. (0 ' .4 : (0 .i S - .- ,. : -
4- Precinct No., 3: S 000 'SBBSK
Mrs. E. Wells)
,< C. J. Lamb, .1000 1W 5.
4 W. C. Sensiba. 000 : : The graduating exercises' of the

;4' C. S. Acree Inspectors.' '0 Class of 1917 will be held at'the High "

(0..(0' E. E. Brown,'Clerk. (0(0 'S hool .Auditorium, Monday, Ma? 14, ;..

(0 Precinct No. 10: ,. (0 at 8 o'clock p; m:, and "the program
'SC B. G. Hancock, 000 which will be rendered then is a trib*

:, R. L. Patrick. 000 ute to the high 'standard attained by
C. T..Sullivan, Inspectors. 4- our schools, under the- directing handof
.. B. A. Patton, Clerk. 000 Prof. R. M. Evans.
S 000 Replacing ,the stereotype form of
> .o.OO rftif co TrrrT- Class Prophecy Will and History used

by many- schools- ''educational ad* -'
commissioners have I dress will be delivered.
The
county, '
Dr. A. P. Montague D.D., L.L.D.J
called for an election in ''Road and< S. who is president of Columbia theBaptist
Bridge' Districts Nos. ..1 and 2 to bondIn I state .college at Lake City

the sum of $100,000 for good roads Florida, has .accepted an,invitation to '

*ccorlng' to a petition presented to<>> make thls-eddpess. ,As a 8pe.ker.Ji.;;
In this statejswhere.his .
has no superior
them at the'April meeting. The election eloquence and power!* are well

will be held Saturday, June 16, ;,- known.- Dr. Montague is one of the
the call for which is found in another foremost educators in this part of the

nectlonof this issue. In order to par. -! -r: : - country. He has ben:! closely connected .
tlclpate in the election it is necessary with the State Educational As.
to have poll taxes paid tip and tomor. soclatlon.for. yean .. a member of -'
TOW (Saturday) is the last day inS the executive committee and president
which to complete this qualification.<< of that body. He was at one tin>>' "I/;
ft' According to the petition on file\ ;the. __J.Lh= 5_.____. ._ president of Columbia University at
following road work is to be accomplished Washington D. C. The subject on
: "The road known as the which he will speak has not been announced .
Campbell Station over Loughmar I "AND STILL WE NEED MORE ROO.tI." I I0 but what he may have to lay

road extending'".-froni- the corporaU! _: will be a rare treat to the listeners.
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limits to the town of Kissimmee City. I I The winner of the Fell medal will
to the Polk county line and running U"O U o-o <<.o.u u. 000 tHo*'" jOttOt t .Oooooo.ooo.OO t.1 I read an orginal essay when the patrons .--
through the town of Campbell, said Kissimmee Gun Club Wins 4 'of the school will hear an xr
road extending through Sections 29,.' ::: COLDEST MAY DAY IN 23 : SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY pression of the .thoughts and ambitions ..
31 and 32 township 25 south, 29, 000' 5 ,. .
range + YEARS + of one of-the communities' coming -
east; Sections 1, 2 and 3'of township : Beautiful Silver Loving Cup Sunday is Mother's Day-a citizens. t
26--south,, range 28 east; Sections 32.z'' $ Kissimmes witnessed the coldest 000 S day set aside and observed The Class Ode and Class Song composed '

S S3, 84, township 25 south, range 28, May weather in ..23 years 0 -. .', ..,...':..'f'.."5.-v; , 4 throughout the United States, 4 by Miss Edna Calkins, will also '
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east, and Sections 6 and township . which man', woman 41
Wednesday morning, when the C upon every bespeak the talent otthe class of 1917..
25 south range 28 east. I 0 thermometer dropped to 63 de- C S It'is still our cup. The beautiful! Scores for the trap shooters are at 000 and child pays tribute to mother. O Three splendid musical organizations .
"Also one mile more or less on the I degrees, caused by a movement C I "lnt.Jr.8tato follows:, '. 4 It is customary for 'all men to 44 connected with the High School
silver loving offered by the
Kissimmee-St. Cloud road beginningat + of low pressure up the Atlantic 0 cup > wear white flowers as ,.bouton 4 tho High School Orchestra, under the
a point: where the hard-surfacing. 4 Coast, with high pressure! area,+ Trapshootcrs Association has From KissimmeeStevens : ierres, as a mark of respect that 44 direction of R. DeWitt Brown; the
on said road will stop after the completion moving in southeast from the:+ been sharply'contested'for by the St. > day. If one's mother is at a dis. High School Chorus and the Glee
of the contract which bas'al. *.plains to the Gulf States. Those! 0S. Cloud and Klssimmeo Gun Club., with 86 out of a possibe 100. tance, a message of love is the 4 Club, directed by Miss Myrtilla F.
ready been let for approximately four ''early birds" who ventured'out 000 Kissimmee the'ftrst Ma-lnsonA 76 out of a possible 100.1* proper thing. Flowers, where it Beals, .will furnish a varied programfor -S
miles of road. It being the Intention on the streets in Palm Beach aU 000 winning two Prather, 5 out of a possible 95. + is possible-Is approprate. Moth. C this 'occasion, and an appropriate
-to complete the Campbell Station and <- tire soon returned home and C event It was understood hero that Farmer, 83 out of a possible 95. 4 era Day is a day when all moth piano number ", will be
Loughman road first and to after- 0 donned the heavier suit of spring 000 the highest two ou.t of three events Lupfer 104 c.ut of a possible 120. 4 ers should be made happy as far rendered fur Miss Lois Johnson. -,
use what funds may remain on hand 4 apparel; 'Twas a real touch of C would determine the ownership of'the Simpson 68 out of a possitle 95. as possible, by their children. .* Even the appearance of the ,class -
for the Kisslmmee-St. Cloud road. winter weather, but enjoyable 0 4 When one's- mother has been will be inspiring for these seven girls
"The above described roads are to I 0 just the same. At Jacksonville 000 handsome trophy and arrangements From St. Cloud: taken aw.y''by death it is his or 4- have bonded themselves together withan

be nine feet wide except that part of C 48 was recorded, Pensacola 50, 000I had been made for fifty-bird event to Entrican 44 out of a possible 50. 4> her duty to observe that day just + agreement to wear a simply made>
the road to Loughman extending from' 0 Bar tow 54, Orlando 52. Frost 4 be shot on the local ground yesterday Morgan4 out of a possible 100. C the same and place a wreath or gown not exceeding three dollars in '
the city limits of Kissimmee to a point.:I* with the mercury at 'degrees 4 the cup to bo the individual propertyof Drawdy, 40 out of a possible 60. bunch of flowers on the grave. cost, to all the exercises attendant
where the public road crosses the Atlantic was reported at Atlanta while 4 out of Something to show the mark of 4 commencement. This kindly act
I the high man. But misunderstanding Hargrave, 37 a possible 50 upon\
of a -
Coast Line 'Railroad's right 4 Birmingham, Ala., registered 42 4 Carlson, 29 out of a possible 60. 4> appreciation and of.gratitude. 4 was prompted by two motivest First,
at the west end of the County" existed in the--minds of the' 4- *
vray degrees; C the fear of working a hardship on
Porter, 33 out of a possible 50. S any
Fair Grounds. which road shall bo six O. 4 St. Cloud :.cracks," who claimed another Clark 33 out of a possible CO. -4. one of its members by indulging in the -
teen feet wide; roads.to be hard-sur- *-oC+H- shot at; the prize stating that Daugherty 39 out of a possible: 50. usual expensive finery and second the
'faced with bricks or asphalt block and: ABOUT 61000\ BARRELS desire set brave to '
best three out of five had been the or to a example: the
the estimated cost for such roads including .: KANSAS AND PITTSBURG iginal intention. Kissimmee readily From Orlando: a SPUDS SHIPPED FROM subsequent classes. .
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bridges to be about $100, PARTIES INTERESTED BY agreed to this condition end proceeded CITY IN THREE WEEKS The Commencement sermon'-will be
009'I the beat" Evans, lot out of a possible 120. delivered by Rev. C. H. Summsra S
: RECENT STORY IN GAZETTE to."put on them again witha : ,
Ledbctter 23 of 50 U
bridges out possible
score of 196 to 203. a Sunday morning, May 13. '
where required of iron cement or Eight men were chosen to represent Ottey 42 out of a pocsible 50. The shipping of Irish potatoes continues Miss Myrtilla F.. Beals. director of ..
either all of-said materials : As a result of the article publishedin 22 of : 50 Several carloads leaving
"roOO. or or each club and scores of the fivo high Lightsey, out a possible briskly. music'will' give her recital tonight-
and of sufficient span to meet the this paper two weeks ago givingA. / each day this week. It is estimated .. "
men were added to obtain this result. when the following pupils wUl par
S. Nelson's plant for the
requirements of the locality as decid.' cooperative The shoot to decide the individual Ready For State Shoot that half of the present crop has ticipate in a program of great merit:
of
1 growing sweet potatoes /this
ed on"by the engineer: charge of the summer, Mr. Nelson is in receipt of a ownership of the cup will.be pulled off Every detail lain readiness for the been harvested. Smith &: Avant'aresending Misses Anna Williams. Mamie Pilley, '
work. their 'this week.
I letter from a man in 'Kansas stating later. i state shoot to be held here next week away crop Catherine( S. Carr, Augusta II.. Wlnn
It is not'expected that serious.objection'will While their has not been
any A number of Orlando's experts under! the of the Interstate yield as EVMurlsl Prentis Cornelia Lancaster.. _
he would like to get in on the deal and were : L auspices
be offered at the elecJJonandthebQndBwilLcarry ctedr it-
Jieavy-as- Isthoughttheywould
on'hegrowidandtoekpart..4nthepractice .-Trap-Shootere'--Amociation.- Mae ETWirih, Katherine McKay, Mar-
_...Work'askingvhatamounL..IojendMr.Nelson has already received' checks shoot following the contest, A now trap has been installed and average'about thirty barrels' to garet Stanofrd Carolyn Fripp AgnesLouise
will be started it is thought the .
SQme when fine scores nuxdo. Turner the will be for acre. Regero.. Irene Reed, Dorothy
the from four parties in Pittsburg. Pa., were grounds open practiceon
timer during month of July and Up until Wednesday.night almost
Evans of Orlando And holmes Pratherof Lena Williams, 'Gladys Grif-
who have agreed to his plan and is : MondaysLetters Welllli
will be done by the'countjt convicV barrels of had been '
6,000 spuds sent
; this city showed in Corwin Lottie Clark,
themselves to be pouring from clubs ,
.going steadily ah-aad:! with the work. are
under the supervision of Road Super- from here which is considered
away Dorothy Bullock Lillian'Prentis Mar.
artists when the ,
and
lie is'havin seventeen acres some gun they establish throughout the state present
intendent R. L. Farmer. pxepar. ed record good for an experimental season. The loria .Patsy,.Makinson Lo iso Barber
Settled ed, using 500 pounds of commercial a by breaking twenty-five indications are that the 1917 shoot ,
Bund Matter price received is said to have
birds average Johnnie Cape.. Grace Gilbert
straight. Breta
fertilizer' to the acre He expects to will be a, huge success. '
Gus Smith. representing the< KIsalnrmee been about $7 barrel. ,
per Whaley, Helen Reed. Lois J. Over- ,.
: planty most of the land in Nancy Hall
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Band and A..E.
City Thomas -
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potatoes and finds it to sendto
of the' Fair Association, appeared before necessary REV.. "ARMER'IMPROVING Johnson, Freda Schweikart Lillie !
Georgia for his plants, the Florida -
the commissioners with statement
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Hanson Elsanor. Ovefstrret Thomas
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that they had agreed on the late supply being already ngaged. APPRECIATED COMPLIMENT Word was received! the city this Lee Whaley Geraldine E., and Virginia -

controversy of money, donated the week that Rev. J. J. Farmer, who I is. in ,M. Lesley \ -
band by the solons which was $50 per NO BAND CONCERT TONIGHT , the Piedmont Sanitarium ,Atlanta, S:The program for the Eighth Grade ,
.-J month for a period of several months.It Ga., I. Improving and that he expects exercises Was presented this morning ..1 1. .S
appeared that the; commissioners The public should bear in nllnd'that to leave the hospital within'the Mfor-j a capanty house of apprecia .
granted the donation provided the there will be no band concert tonight, E.: A. --SNIVELY next two weeks. He Ia under the professional tlve listeners when readings and mu. .
S band would play free of charge at the in fact this entertainment has been L.ECIsLATIvEc0MMrrrEE care .of Dr. Block, a most lical numbers alternated in a pleas.
Osceola County Fair. The Fair peopleS called off for a period of two weeks eminent physician. This is good news nr! arrangement" .
payed the musicians, and when the during which time the bandsmen will ILLINOIS PRESS ASSOCIATION to the many friends" of' 'the. well Each feature was well rendered and
S. \ latter asked the county for the donation take --well-earned vacation. This is I.I known .pastor.- received its full share of praise.. The
there was a question as to wheth the first time in two years that the SPRINGFIELD. ILL MAY.. I I.J9I7.i 1 ; members of the 'class taking a promU-
er they should get the full amount orS I musicians have enjoyed ,a period of ,Editor Gazette:' ', 6..000000..00000000000000000000000 neat part were Misses Alva Fortner-
not as the band bad not carried out I recreation. Thelma Woodall! Jeanette Prevail. .
For weds kind! friend has copies of :' :
some been tending ,
its agreement. The matter was then I some me AGE LIMIT 21 TO 30 Mary Speir and Lois Overstreet.A .
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Mild in' abeyanci for a month, and !.. . .O. OOOO ...tO the Gazette. ft is a splendid paper and the people of your city shouldbe C. C, fitting conclusion'' of this happy
Monday the interested parties notified ,. .. wry proud of it Up here in i the. great State of Illinois we are proud WASHINGTON, May 10.- 4Conf event waa the delivery'of Certificates -
: the'commissioners: that an agreement ROARDOF" TRADE, TONIGHT *'' of our newspapers, but I know of none that surpaaHS the Gautte, aDd C reeret on the War Army bill and the awarding of the General Excellence -
had .been reached by which the . .o' C'reached an agreement today and *' : medal by Prof. R. M. Evan ,<
.band was to reimburse the Fair Association -,. The regular 'meeting of thee havingbegan the newspaper business over 'fly years ago I am egoti.- C the ,measure 'will be reported -
the money they had received Klssimmee Boayd of Trade will C :tical enough to think I bow something of the''auvki. of which 'I WIAIV* 4 back to the two houses for conC Peela..UCentt
: for Fair service, whereupon the Commissioners be held tonight at 7:30. All members C S The business men'of Kissimmee'should give the'Gazette a much larger C firmatlon.aa soon as possible. The :,.r, contestant won" was 'the -
t ordered the donation-to the *. are urgently requested to be < than do for the C age limit of those subject to selective 4 verdict of the Judges at- the close of
patronage they is excellent and should
and the paper a most one .
general
band paid. present public draft waa placed from 21 < be; declamation contest held at. the
Farmer Makes Report ? C is cordIally invited. C be a reflex of what must be a most beautiful and wonderful city.. .,,10 80 years Inclusive Instead of 4 High School Auditorium Friday

Road Superintendent Farmer' -reported 000 ROMA THOMAS, Presv + .Respectl 1ly.. 4 .21 to 27 limit} 1n senate and 21 light, and ao/well did each .speaker,
that he was/now,{ at work on +..A. E.: THOMAS- .-c'T. C v : aS .. C to.40.in.house'ID"'UN. CC pre"nt.b.i story that it was;with,dif-
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CIRCUIT .C UttT'1NDSTERMEV A POPULAR VERDICT o 0 BONE.DRY .+a W)1Vyr

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ANS CASE Klssimrnee ooHoO.k
Based oft Evidence of Peo

. :? -ler In ''Florida they"b-; passed a law- r ry

PROVES MISTRIAL The tightest'thing you ever saw; fP'
i I Which makes you a felon if you try
tell
Grateful thousand 'St- To keep on' hand a flask of ryt.
Of week backs made strongOf Cockroaches Are Filthy
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weak kidneys made well- The jointist trembles in ,his shoes;
Circuit
The Spring term of the
Court ended Saturday afternoon Urinary disorders corrected.add their test!. KILL :THEM by wing. I If he is found providing booze,

t afternoon, after Judge Parkins had Kissimmee people Stearns' Electric Paste He takes a journey to the pen,

succeeded in practically clearing the mony.They pral Doan's Kidney Pills. Full Direction. la IS lannacea.Bold And never will get out again.

s docket, with the exception of a. few Kissimmee evidence is now com .....,..b.,... goo and .t.CO.
i cases which were' continued for the u. ..._....R. The'man who's found transporting gin'
'' term. The period has been a busyone plete. evidence Is now confirm Is by the bailiffs gathered in;
KUisimmee
many cases being disposed of. The cadi strips him of his kale,

Dinah ,Wallace, the negress, convicted -' ed.Reports'of relief substantial And gives him fifty years in Jail.
early
I I ...of murder in the first degree, BOYS VOLUNTEER TO :
with a recommendation for mercy to .ed. of time An empty bottle in your hall, Enduring!
:to Merit doubly proved by test A corkscrew hanging on wall, Ccrfd:-teed is a name which has
the tribunal your
the court was call:3d before I
Saturday afternoon ] and having J.Let E.a BaW.Kissimme Sr. Bermuda citizen speak Ave., -Kis RAISE. FOODSTUFFS Is. proof 'that you've defied the law- come thru the sto'rm'' of business competition strongcr \

nothing to say why sentence of the kid For you,.a cell,,with moldy straw.'
simmee, nay! 1 suffered from than ever. It stands: for quality, dependability

'j law should not be passed, was ordered ney trouble for several years and hada The whose breath suggests a satisfaction and fair dealin On the of
man :
to the State Penitentiary the remainder lame and aching; back. Doan's Kid ,' AND GETTING BUSY reputation

.t J I woman shot of her and natural killed another life. The ne-: ney Pills rid me of kidney trouble and Four drink-finKers,-say, of red. old ink- this name there bas been built the world's largest
February
gresR, Willie Lee, several months 'ago backache.1911.(Statement given. Is hunted down with !horse and hound, manufacturer of roofing and building papers.

I at Deer 'Park, OVER 11. THREE) .YEARS LATER, Determined to, do ,their "bit" for And locked up in the village pound.

The case of Bob. Evans, charged: said "Since using Doan's their country' in" the time of need, "
Mr. BaRS :
with incest, took up a considerable Kidnye Pills, I have never had a symp- many of the grammar school boys And if your nose is red, dry man, Certain-teed CertainteedRoofing
portion of the couit's time.. Much testimony trouble." have associated themselves into an or' You'd better bleach it while you' can;

.". \ was introduced, and a hard tom Price of ,kidney 50c; at all dealers..-.. Don't ganization, which has for its purpose In'Florida noses must l b9 pale, .Paints and Varnishes
1 t legal battle ensued. The Jury-was out implyaRk for kidney remedfitetDoan's agricultural activity on a most pre- If people would stay out of j jail.

I for several hours, returning with the Kidney PMls---tho same that tentious scale; The preliminary" meeting is the most efficient type of roof aregoodreIisbleproductsmade ?
p information that it was impossible for Mr.' Bass has twice publicly recom was held last Saturday morningat Oh, where are our God-given rights, for factories,' ofucc buildings, by experienced paint men whol.notv

them to come to an agreement, upon mended. Fouter-Milburn Co., Props., the court house square, when a Since we can'tstew| ourselves o form LuiMmc, earacc, etc how to make good paints "y,1
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ii- which they were discharged and a j down of the energetic' \ and patriotic nights .
y end varnishes.
mistrial ordered recorded. I Evans was'I't" Buffalo, N, ads signed the charter roll of what i is Where was! the sense in' Barker Hill; It C St31 less to buy, )Ics to Jay]

then placed under $1,000 bond, to be 'BOARD. HAS'. to be known as the Volunteer:Brigade. If we can't pull a, cork' at will? and less 'per year of life than These men have at their cofri. ?,

tried again at the Fall .term of. 'the COUNTY SCHOOL Since that time other meetings have other of roofing docs mand all the machinery ;
AT COURT equip.
BUSY SESSION types ,
And while I
for
court. been held, and' the, membership is a reply, pause, "
i The,\ bond In the case ,of Lula Williams HOUSE\ DURING MONDAY now in the fifties. Work will be commen't The victims of "Hone-dry" laws, not rust, is proof against cases, mcnt, ,materials and resources, : ,
with -, .Seem and happy, too, coal smoke acids, fumes, etc., to manufacture good
r charged grand larceny, in >d by the boys'\within a' very prosperous necessary '

__ the sum. of $250, was ordered estreat-, The regular monthly meeting of thesehootr short time, and results are bound tofdlloivor And ask no= sympathy from you. .Jfcis i ,, i nonconductor 'of Jjeatrafnts+ nnd varnishes} ,ccppom- .J:
.. ''i'1ioJ; ,"n:'; "red SR"",Ay li! '7'"Win't'" '; ''''n.MY'1JY",,RXnN r''I>'! -board'SwiaiheldMorMiayi'\'.n<.i :'<-.a: aaevNrt\". mars\'=rmWttWapslag1srtWa1t; :-Ma.1WttjI x. ,- slid "(:orJ"1'ts"fir, T'cfi. l"da iflihdl tcallyf"They also>avis"aTtheir;,? ?& '
\ John tries! "on''the considerable routine'matters were disposed
Hensley was -
: The meeting was called by' County weather-proof. disposal the extensive
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selling
charge of forging a bank check, and : of. One ofthe principal feat. E. Evans .
Agvnt'B. and Miss Albina
I, plead guilty., Owing to the tender age I urea of the meeting was the appearance Smith! | the latter in charge' of the TOM..STRINGF.ELLOWr/ :The cost of lajtnp; prepared organization and warehouse '
gfthelad he ordered the of committee from St.. Cloud, system of the Certain-teed Pro-
was rpay I' Home Extension work of the county. ,.. roofings is the same whether : .I: 'S:
costs in the and refund the with objection to 'the purchase by ducts
case, an Coipdratioii'which materially ,
Prof. R. M.: Evans
: presided, and a you use good materials or poor. S
money received by the ,.check transac- the local school board of a lot at St reduaes the
lumber of GAINED 22 POUNDSRailroad cost of distributing

"grown-ups" .
Cloud upon which a building to be were presentto "Therefore, it pays to get :

I lion.The case against G. S. Willis, charged erected. After ,stating the case, the lend their assistance every man. CERTAIN-TEED which is and marketing.The :
nor possible. Addresses were made :.. '
f with obtaining money' under false gentlemen were informed that the by Messrs, Stanford, W. C.I'Bass -- the best. It is guaranteed for result is that CERTAIN.' ;, I
pretenses, was nolle pressed, while county board had been under the Impression Man Says Tanlae Is the.Only
chairman county school board; A, S. S, 10 or IS years according to TEED Paints and Varnishes., 1.;
local board' action Ever Him
that of John C. that the Thing That He'red
continued for the Farcey term., bigamy, was was satisfactory to, the patrons and Nelson, J. W. Thompson, Dr., W. B.Vithersooon. After Suffering Four thickness ((1,201' 3 ply), and are high grade products, sold at }:

had gone so far in the matter that its Mrs.S.B. E. Evans.:; Miss V..rL it will remain efficient long after lower prices than. you wouldthetimewhenapoorqualityroof i
Wheeler, H. Bullock Mrs. E.
l
KISSIMMEE OIL CO. NOW present position could not be altered. E.' Wells and others the trend, of the expect to pay for good paints
r GETTING IN SHAPE TO Upon the advice of the County remarks being along patriotic lines. "If the people of this town only would have had to be relaid. and varnishes.
DO BUSINESS IN EARNEST Board's ,attorney the special tax district elling the lads their duty in the knew what Tanlac had done, for me
grt'atworld's residences CERTAIN-TEED We
election returns from the Bull bottles guarantee CERTAIN-TEED
would sell a thousand to-
not confirmed war, and citing what possibilities -! you Slate Surfaced Asphalt Shingles have Paints and VamUhes to give atia-
Creek district'were ;
r Much work is being done on the foundIn lie before them if they do their' morrow, said Tom Stnngfellow, a all the of CERTAIN. faction. Whether 1
advantage. do
I large oil well of the Kissimmee Oil some irregularities having been well-known emnloyee of th. So"1"-". you your own 4'
bit. Offers of land
were made by Mr. TEED artistic beaut hire
Roofing
plug painting
,
s professional
in which said electionwas painter e'Pheyneednop.mtarepliablcelimo
-t \ Company, which is located at Kissim the manner Stanford, Miss Wheeler and Railroad, who lives at 126 East Ninth will
_others, find it to interest to
held. you your see) 1
mee Park. The prospects are'said to while it that Hon. Street, Anniston, Ala. Mr. Stringfellow inate ana misfit
was reported C. A. waste ,can CERTAIN.
t !16 the White you ret 1
ordered
The Board also ,
[ be bright for a lucky strike of the Carson had also made a splendid ,offer is'well known in railway circles notcurlbucklerotorcrack. .
r fluid very shortly, as satisfactory Leaf Bay schoolhouse removed from along this line., and la on the Atlanta and. Birmingham Guaranteed for ten
i" f traces have been found very recently.; that place to Lokosee.' 'division. years. aI.that rood<< deator ean. s'n yoetnve.tlrateCERTAIN.TEED :
financial read showed The boys appeared to be'willing to( i !: >TltED .. ... and :
t The well is now 2,000 feet deep, and The report "I suffered from stomach trouble ._, II be _.
i take hold at and the charter before derkllnc on any type d not 4
S in once, list "
the to be
board's exchequer good
f' drilling is going on merrily, while and. indigestion for four years, con of root roc.... by dfealeneverywhere. teem In stock oej can
work on the casing continues.. The enterprise shape, $15,000 being on hand in the of organization was signed by the tinued Mr.: Stringfellow, "and got so them lot you.,
s is larger than think general fund.TOMORROW. following. Wesley Bronson, Doyld I I couldn't eat hardly anything. I fel,
and In the company are represented Davis; Darcey Lybrand, W A. Ly- off until I only weighed 119 pounds CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS CORPORATION

.,r some of the leading men 'of this city.It LAST DAY TO brand, Christie Summers, Frank and finally got so weak and rundown ee-ar Roofing Mfg. Co. c... Varnish Co.

would not be surprising at any moment QUALIFY FOR BONDING foodall, Howard Bass, Jackson Ball, I[ was on the point of having resign Mound City. Paint; & Color Co., ylN.w
Reinhardt: Moritz I
ye they say, to have a real, "gusher ELECTION GOOD ROADS ?tlbertGreen, my position. To tell you the truth I I Youb CId_ .I1..1p1ala 8L fuelse.et
," Bryan Thompson, Joe Seam,: Glen lust felt'like life was not worth living cw....... Pm.b.reb. O'.it 6.fal. 3..Irud.s.!
." Wadick.. It was suggested that the M tw.__ O.ciaaad N.. o.te.. I.Ampules 'i..p.a.
I seemed to be
because just getting .
Tomorrow ((Saturday) is tile last K.s&. ladi *eIamta eh-..
lads pick out the i +
'Jand they-desire to
Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; day you can pay your poll tax in orderto worse all the time and nothing seem Gr..d &ae 4. tttl. spa 1.l.liCsyl 0.. M.f.ss H_
cultivate ,
'what
; crojpa they wish togr"w'and Duluth ,des ".._
ed to do me any good. y Vr
cord For
$1,00 per particulars, write participate in the good roads bond- make ,
a "
W. R. Melher, Fulford, Fla. ing election for' $100,000, which will complete reportthis 1 would have awful pains in, my J
e week of their intention*. Friday back and kidneys ,and could hardlv Certaje-teed Ro)EiD( is sold in Kissimmee by
be held on Monday, June 11. Jf you
Ijthl a coirm/ttee will before
Visiting cards pnnted by, the Valley haven't given this matter,your. the Board of Trade, .and apnear ask for finan- slee about. 'Twohours all the sleep each I night would wouldbe get. OSCEOLA HARDWARE'CO.
tion, do so at once.k'i atten-I .
I Gazette Job Department. cial aid in having the plots of ground
H' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ plowed and placed in readiness that Most always after eating I would
-.----------------------------------- so have gas on my stomach arid my heart
they can 'start to work in earnest would palpitate. I would get weak in

He used pebble within as ,short a time as possible. An- my limbs and hove dizzy spells)) and ; . a
i' NOTICE ,
a fV ence.
( "
,
., other meeting was, held Monday morning v *: ,
would have spots In front of my eyes."About -' ., '
-' '
; : ,
"" "' (1"I ". at the Qsceola.High School, when a month agoI 'began road /I", 'V 11\\.i\\'< S&WWil": ; \ 1," ; ,"< '\ "I*', ; ;." 1115; ..-.Rev. ,A.,II.! Cote Address; ;

I' "I: In his day. to keep/ the list) received an additional numberof ing about Tanlac, and "heard the rail jt1.7hetf.: R fourth ,annually j;internationaliundayfschool [fu 30AyS' '.Nelson, Devotional.24fiO.yBFalli .
.TUI "* .? .. ...joiT-1\: '( liigna '';''.,*+l<' < , road shout ',Rwtral convention 'will beheld
, '>nW 4 lIreac.; : }'I,;' 1' .It.. men talking iU:,. ; % Address. ,
his molstt 'The'Board of Trade taken tIt medicine 111' St; Cloud'Thursday<'17,"1917. ,i
mouth and the citizens of my friends had ) ; ; 3:1s..R.: ; C. Weidler, Address .
generally will give the boys all possible -. and said it wan. fine tn? for,.stomach We would like very much to see a del 3:45-Reports of Comn. tees. "",,
I assistance\ and there is .ry-rea- trouble, so I decided to give it a egation from every Sunday school l at 7-G. U, Northrop. Devotional.
r WE use son to believe that the efforts made in trial. The first bottle helped me so the convention. (All Sunday school 7.15-W.: B.' Witherspoon, Address

behalf of the youngsters will. be wisely much I kept on taking it and,have just workers are, cordially invited to at- 7:45-R.: C Weidler, Address. ;"::
r expended. finished my fifth bottle. When I
s tend.Rev.
:. t weighed the other day I kicked the :A. II, Cole, superintendent of
m KIRSIMMFF. CONTR \CTOKS beam at 141 pounds, and was BO surprised lie state Sunday school work for theM "ES! LIFT \ CORN

LAN 2r..O/lt! l .,on FO PHI I turned around to see if some >1. 12.:: Church, will be present'and OFF!: WITHOUT PAIN'
CONSOLIDATED CATTLE Yes, sir, that's a fact. I had actuallyone give us one and possibly two ad-
CO. was not standing on the scales: dresses. I am sure a great many Cincinnati Authority Tells How to
gained 22-pounds, and feel like a well here will want to gq over and hear .I.,
Word was received Tuesday bv man again for the first time in four him. Dry Up a Corn or Callus So It
Arnold and !MacDonouch), the well Lifts Off With Fingers.
known contractors, that they were years Also one of the state workers for
( the -t.
"Tanlac from
r helped me right ---
the International Association will l b.e
successful in bidding for extensive '
start, and before I had finished takingth You corn-pestered and women
and, will want to and
,
building operations on Ktasimmee present go over ;
esecond bottle I got so I would eat him. need suffer no longer. Wear: the shoes
hoar
t River, where: the Consolidated Cattle
and and work as good as that killed before
sleep anybody nearly you says
Also one of the ,state workers for
of Jacksonville
Company which owns |
medicine did
That's what the this Cincinnati authority, because a
i the international association
will be
the ranch and
of the Kis
property for me and 'everybody who knows ma: few drops of freezone applied directly
simmee Island Cattle Cot.ipany, are present, and \vlll I am sure, give us I
i will tell the I
Why tender callus ,
< establishing one "of the largest you same thing: Indigestion information thnt will be helpful to us on a aching corn or .
can just eat; nnything' now and stops' soreness at once and soon thecorn
h-- In school
ranches in the state. The contractors our Sunday v.ork. Be sure
RIGUi bothers i
particleany
never' me a it
or hardened callus\ loosens so
to be there.
W. II. JONES
will work ,
begin as soon as the material
more. I can sleep good, too and 1 can be liften out, root and. all, with-
\ is available, which will be in the County President. '
feel in Speaking
just (fine every out pain.
r I i f.,, H wt$ course of two weeks. of eating; grocery bibs have gone A costs
\ my convention ] small! bottle of freezone
: Among the structures be erected up to almostdouble. Program for fourth ,annual very little at any drug store, but will .
: will be several bungalows, 'docks, "Just to show you what I think of of international Sunday positively take off every hard or soft

4 ) \ \ warehouses garaged and a power the medicine bought a dozen bottles I association, St. Cloud May 17, 1917: I corn or callus.This' should be tried,
-- house, and it ,is expected that other today in. order to always have a.supply I fl:30: -Mrs. G. II.. Northrop, devotional as it is inexpensive and is said not to
structures will be erected in the near on hand. I wouldn't be without it I irritate the surrounding skin.

future. The owners of the property for anything in the world." 9:45: -Rev. J. T. W. Stewart, Welcome If your druggist hasn't freczone
any
11111 .. are getting ready to place their large Tanlac 1s sold in Kissimmee, exclusively Address. tell him-to get a small bottle for you 1

i ranch in shape, during the next few by J. Z. Roberson, in St. Cloud 10-W. B1, Witherspoon, reply. from his. whole sale drug house. It is .
months. The contract price for, the Semmole and in Ken- .
by Pharmacy,, 10-15-Appointment of Committee.wo fine Stuff and at-tit' like a. charm every
--
-----
-- -- ---
,buildings now w-be-erected-by-Arnold ansvllle; : -Kev. n. (;. Weidler, Confer. time. '
,
& MacDonald is given out as $25,000.

Recently Consolidated Company .. _.
"JMJh'-' shipped 287 head of fine blooded: Texas .
bovines' to,this ranch, and it is said Take Stllph r Baths .
that 400,000 acres'will constitute the
WRIGLEYS hew ranch in the Kissimmee Valley at ho1 r
gives us a district. The stock is', said to be the Arlnour L

v finest ever brought to Florida, having
wholesome, antiseptic, Been carefully selected by an expert

sent to the West by officials of the Standardized Fertilizers
refreshing confection to company. *

'' take the place of the caveman's ,
R.
UMATISM This is no time for experimenting; get ,

t pebble. WRAPPED MA sTOMACH I'tJ dardized Armour Fertilizers of proved
; IN l Gout Eczema.. Hives, etc. Right In making We offer crop-
ability
.- > horn and at trifling coat, our complete line of
own
your
I, R; We'help teeth, breath, appetite, ? ..: .):1:4II.I. =>' W.ILL\ .[.CONVINCEGall I: 1 you can'enjoy the benefit of healing -long-lasting..soil-building fertilizers, scientifically

t ka digestion and deliciously Stones",Cancer and 'Ulcers of the sulphur baths.. ials made from well known, standard mater-
with but little change. Jjote especially

., ,, soothe mouth and throat with Stomach and'Intestines, AutoIntoxication HANCOCKSULPHUR our excellent formulas for Citrus trees, Corn
Yellow Jaundico
Appendicitisand and Sweet
this welcome sweetmeat. other fatal ailments result from COMPOUND read free Potatoes. Get yours early-but _.
our
catalog booklet first.
carefully
.
Stomach Trouble. 'Thousands' of ..tur.',ow blood' ''purifying. and skin hHa "
The Wrigley Spearmen want to send you Stomach' Sufferers owe'' their' 'complete .mdy SULPHUK-prcpucd In a my tonuk '
.
Its in. most eMcaclaVie It la the : WATERS.& CARSON
t? their Book of'Gumption- Send a postal "recovery' to Mayr's. Wonderful 'bathl OM It .. a 1Gt1 lea applytas to a> ct<4 GROCERY'COI'r
parts)and take It Internally.
p' ,for it '1 today. Win., Wrigley Jr. Co.,' Remedy, Unlike any' other for Stomach - SOt ant$1 On bottlt 'Agents Kissimmee Fla.

1732 ,Keener Building, Chicago. 'bj Ailment..' For sale by'J, Z. Ro at'your drauUtV.If h. can't supply yo. '0 ._; .
berson and pond. ho. name aad the price la stamp ane) ,_1+; .
druggists. everywhere. we will send you a bottle direct.. ,. :_
T MANCOCK LIQUID SULPHVS ,Annoar Fertilizer; WofeJack&onvillo A
Flavor Lasts! COM f AMY '
The
; : Drive*Out Malaria,Build Up System Bmklixm, MLlltkr ,.
'
Standard .' tonic.OKOVB .
1'Jae014 strencthexOnc Fla.MftJI
; --- - ffen Naas Cimfmm4 Ota
ell t : 732 '. TA8THUBSS cbUl TONIC driven Mt '_U_ SOt fir*****'W .s . .. R
I
1. M.fartseWch..tb.bloelandbuddgcpts eytern. > ,1.IttfM
..A Vue took, for adults and cbOdien.,lOCo ' r ou m.r .
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Kissnnm'VAlxn GAZt17L'FRIDAY. 'MAT ,n. 'WIT' a

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.
O... .t. .o.. .ttt..OO I
: GARTER GIVES FACTS : Summer Weaken .:. "" JI
, < 'PRICES NOW AND THOSE ,,
0 PREVAILING IN 1842 They air end more dangerous tii winter The Favorite Store, of'Ki..inm'' . t.
REGARDING CASE OF 0 ) jeolds,for they hang on ao long that they become ,
,Many of us, nearly all of us, chronic catarrh. Heat and dust,ag-
.,in fact, complain of the high cost 4 'gravate them, cause the infected surface to
COLONEL BLANDING' of living.> But this, is nothing = d spread, and fill the body with systemic catarrh. -
,I .'new, if we will only-go back to .. Neglect' costs! health and energy
4 data FURNITUREWE ?
"the old days Wo have '
-
.to show that in 1842 just sev-,, 4 PERUNA EXPELS CATARRHIt
(By Andrew Carter) 4 enty-flve years ago, some( thing *
"rALLAHASSEE. May 7.::-Certain 0.ware higher when compared with 4 doea more Inflammation the weakened system, regulates the diges
don,removes the ,overcomes the poisons of catarrh,and invigorate .
.
from this +
4
'While
newspaper reports ant out;, present prices, others were '
city! and appearing in Sunday'spapers 4 very low.' Calieoes'were quoted which *all over. Forty-four years of success proves its great value, of '
thousand gladly testify. .
;, misrepresent the facts concerning 4 at from 12 1.2e'to 20 cents per O l: HAVE IT!
.
'? the removal of Col. A. H. 4 yard. Muslins, 37 1.2 cents per& Accept the verdict of'two generation yourself.. Don't be swayed bl' -
'" Blanding and his subsequent rein, 4 yard, ,and cotton socks at 25 I prejudice, when your health is at stake. Take Peruna and get well. .
statement as the commanding officer 4 cents. At the same time 'hams Liquid or,tablet form whichever lathe< more convenient. r rI.

of the Second Florida Regiment Flor 4 were 4 cents per pound, side + Tho Penfta Company; Columbaa Olio ,
ida National. Guards. It is true that ''iO meats 2 1-2 c\ntaflour\ $2.75 par ,

,Adjutant General Christian issued'the 4 barrel, wheat 43 cents per bushel I. connection: with our Hardware line We carry a complete
) order relieving Coi. Blanding of his .> corn 20 cents! per pound. A 4 .. --. -
command, and several days elapsed gallon of whiskey cost 15 cents 4 -I Kit* of .furniture. We make specialty of. outfitting owes, and
before the Colonel could be located 4 but the merchant charged 25! 4 KISSIMMEE HIGH SCHOOLGIRLS seeIng what ,was confronting him. Kandle reliable
and the order exetuted: by Captain 0 cents! for a gallon jug to put it < COMPLIMENTEDBY When the doors were thrown open to R
Chapman, who was assigned to that 4 in. With hogs on foot at 15, 0 MORNING TRIBUNE the public there was a tremendous
kk" vr' duty It is also true\ that pendnig the 4 wheat hovering around the $3 4- rush for the bargains to be found in Bed Room Furniture, Dining +:
execution of the order tho General mark, corn! at more than $8 a- "Florida's Greatest Newspaper"- all departments of the big business .
changed his very changeable mind 4.barrel and whiskey "out of house, and not only for a few hours Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par-
'1r Tampa Morning Tribune, inn a recent
but during the entire day the same ,
and held the order revok- *
up finally sight" every way, a comparison. issue pays a splendid editorial tributeto However
ing it altogether. of the "good old times' with the girls of the '17 graduating: class condition was prevailed.done to handle the, everything large lor Suits Odd Chairs, Rockers,
it Is that there 4 the present is left to the con- of the Osceola School under the ,
.1 But not true was any High crowd of shoppers, and very few, if '
investigation, trial'or hearing of any 4 4.sumer.' *0 caption "Level-Headed,.Girls,", as'fol-: any went away disappointed., Mr- Couches Etc.
kind, neither were there any formal lows:
Persons says that he has conducted a
1 charges lodged against Col. Blanding.II t oOOt..OOO .t OOOOt. "All honor to the girls of the graduating number of sales in this and other .
wou. "exonerated" in fVia licrhf. r.1 class of the Kissimmee High .
but before in his business
states
,
never -
k the same facts and conditions;; that: existed Adjutant General Christian.. The Ad- ,School 1 career has he experienced a rush till store is naklag a record for Itself Im the matter of.

i when the order relieving him iutant at first refused to consider any "These'girls have demonstrated such as that of last Saturday morn- helping people to outfit homes. COBS and see. Oar prices are t"";
i'l was issued. Your correspondent was, proposition unkss presented as formal their level-headodness and their regard ing, and the most unusual, activity right' #
in a way connected with the transaction charges. Knowing' this would no for-the properties of the present continues. Moral-if'you, want to do }
and Is able to give the story as be done and having discharged .th situation by casting aside the usual business, advertise the columns of. N
;."( happened.We ,mission placed upon us, wenhsmissed feminine fondness for display and fin your local papers.
received communications from I the matter from further consideration ery. The sale was scheduled to last for
reliable business men of Arcadia,'I i It was,. perhaps, a week Jater:that 'They are going to limit themselves, eight days, but will be continued for TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: .
.
J' ? among them being Thomas Gaskins,' General Christian experienced a' for' their graduation formalities, tooru ; another.period. of the same duratipn. ,
.
:\\1= "' ' J i:: = re.a h..Eaeh:4N8..48--scatnot ,
: .
-'r.-a; 'Spanllh-War''veter.rr-1mr. ang's"of' ;; Itesrfan): . ject-o/"H e .tl.-- -" "
';1 thorough military manrsuting; in effect stated that he had no jurisdictionover more than $3 and all of them are TAMPA FOLLOWING N'---u. f'd kuMTef'QEalf8 e'yoTksTfriiiCiu.; SttaM,"

I' that.the,boys of the Second Regiment the, regiment while on border to mado from the same material: They KISSIMMEE-S PLAN ,TO Railroad or Stationary Eagine-we have exactly the'Tools. y- i
.y!' were expecting to be called into service, and therefore could not hear will also,, dispense with the expensive Wrench Hammers Oilers
f, hats .that with commencement GET CHEAPER.WATER teed l I. your everyday work- *!, etc.,
'.iJ' Federal service and did not want anymore charges based on what happenedwhlle'the'regimllntl'wu go '- and workmanship and at prices that wW.I
festivities of'the best
r' service under! Col. Blanding; in Federal ?' solohaof ail ,quality ,
The set by'the'city
example
that,they were in possession of facts service, but that he had gone into "The saving effected by the lgirls Kissimmee in lowering the water surprise ,oa. This store has the reputation''of' handling only.
:" that would Justify the Colonel's retirement conditions in the regiment and found will, of course, be appreciated mainly rate for garden purposes, is being fol- hardware that b of superior quality and yon will make BO mistake ' c
ti, but that the boys did nc some things that be did not know ex by their parents But they sot a commercial "
lowed bv other' cities, ahd from present in coming bars NOW.and inspecting our big stock
,
;, I care to prefer formal charges and in isted. He did not ,specify these example to all other graduat- indications it appears that this II
"t,. Btitute. court martial proceedings things, but the supposition-" Is that hr Ing girls in the*. United States The ac. was the first municipaltyto! display -
tual saving mojunt8, probably, to r
: which would doubtless extend beyondthe referred to the pro-Catholic element .. genuine patriotism in this manner.
time of the call to Federal service which his predecessor had left in fully $90, a. it takes"not lass than In Tampa tho Board of Trade 'i is
i and therefore result in the whitewash control ,of the regiment. As Col. $100 to ."dress up" the average girl getting busy to secure a reduced
brush being applied by the Knights of Blending had brought. Protestant officers For graduation. Tho seven girls of water rate and in the resolutions presented Osceola Hardware Company
this Kissimmce class will therefore,
r Columbus organization that seeks tc before an efficiency board of before the body; contains the ,
,i' control the military offices of the na his own creation and had them.replaced save the snug Bum of $630, which will following paragraphs!' .
tion; that if some of the boys Should with Knights of Columbus, it help most' appreciably in1' meeting ,"Whereas the city of Kisrfmmee is
4 4; fail to tell what they know and the was but natural to conclude that the other obligations ari.inr.upder; the being proviJed'with water for this use
''f. charges fail to stick, it would leave that the mantle of Foster had fallen present extreme! conditions! of.high at the rate often cents per 1,000 feet; .
r. their last state worse than.the first.' upon the shoulders of his next friend cost of living' and" exigencies of war* Therefore, be it -
j Your correspondent was asked U Blanding. To the writer. General', times. J "Resolved, that this committee ap- CHICHESTER s PILLS ,j. w.. THOMPSON,
"And these girls will look a deal
i bring this matter to the attention. of Christian declared his Intention of pointed by the Board of Trade, in behalf
,. Gov. Catts, which we did. and the making a clean sweep'of the K. C.'s prettier in the simplicity of their $3gowns of all the citizens of Tampa,'ask t. :N.1 rUN
Governor asked that it be referred U In the regiment, and that night he than in all the frills and fuibe- that its : .a l.mod B O
your company display patriotism pA
'" signed order'relieving' Blanding of) I lows with which females, at the dictate ms-s Funeral DirectorAND
an at this time by making. rate of _
of fashion detract from their t1)) Ttfc*ft* B jr e*
.
I .... Dutalos. That DOM Mot Meet Tae HeM. his command.. Afterwards General' natural charms." water for this use in conformity with atAS'Na nSAN I It 1YILIe.1j.E1I'. krN"
Christian stated that Blending held A' :.
)Bec.M ol IU tonic and laxativ cflcct,LAZAi1wRBYOMOpOtNtNIobetoerWnadl..rr- the conditions. '.nk..re." e..AI..r a 4I
his position subject to th.-pleaBure ol( '
.' Qninlne ..... don not ...... .crvo ... not the Governor, and .the Governor had LIMIT OID BY DIMJGISTS EVEJKUfHH&
I as BIG SALE AT DOLLAR WORK ON THE SHORT CUT
rlncinc la head. Kemembrr the lull mmm mat .
y; \noIr. i..>c UM .i...l ir. ot B. W. oaovR. KMo passed the matter up to him, Blandinghad. CAUSED SENSATIONAL START; ROAD'AND FILL.IS NOW LICENSED) EMBALMER
ar to go and there was no explanation CROWD OVERRUNS CLERKS PROGRESSING 'RAPIDLY I ,
M. D.
o 0 o o or investigation necessary. He Supt. L: R. Farmer 'who is' in J. A..TROVILLION.
would simply remove him ,and refuse When the Dollar Limit Store G. W charge of the work of the short cut Special Attention to Store and Chapel, Stewart Ave.

M. TILLER to discuss the reason why. _' Persons Co., propreitor advertisedgreat a route, bridge and fill,across- the head CANCER DISEASES'OF, GOITRE,THE TUMORS SKIN. and Biu i m.a Pia.
There Is a Catholic leak in the adju. eight-day Stock.Ke p Real Estate Agency J tant's office at St. Augustine-known! he naturally expected to do an Increased . the Job is progressing rapidly, and Orlando Office. -Boardman Building,
8 to 11 a.'mWinter .
!! to most everybody but the General be '
u .: business. But the hustling will finished possibly within a per Perk Office2 to 4"and' 8to
blmeoelfnd Colonel Blending heard business men had a problem before, Sod of thirty days. His gluig 1* now pd Crawford Jan .H '
8 m. aepl 6mo W. B. "Lee
of the order issued. Hence hf p. ;
Realty bought a id sokL, being them on the morning the sale opened. engaged in the actual construction ot .
Houses rented. ould not be found when Captain Attracted by.the bargains which had the bridge Mr. Farmer reported to 'CRAWFORD .& JARRELLATTORNEYSAT.LAW
Chapman went to Bartow to,execute: been1 judiciously advertised in the Ga- the county' commissioners that their
Taxes paid and Titles verifiedfor the order. In a few days bunch lIe, a throng of people crowded in of the expense for road work in LEWIS O'BRVANATTORNEYATLAW Citizens
non-residents. showed up at the capital with a front ,of the store an hour before the, the undertaking would amount to Officer 4, 6, ,6, and 7

'4 Fire. Life and. Accident In- of friends. We understand he posedas doors opened. Mr Persons, althoughhe $1,303.89,and that he expected to Bank BuildingKlsBimmee .
a rabid anti-Catholic and offered to had an extra force of salespeopleon build the fill and the bridge for a little Waring Building. ", ,/, Florida k

I surance. show where the Catholics, through hand, hurriedly;'added to the force, I less; than 3000. >, ..eL .. . ..c ,
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ludemnity Boadl.9 to oust c. '0
Secretary Tumulty, are trying<< ; -
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I, him from command of the Second ....., .... _,<..;,,,.., . ..;.0. '" ",,,",1.'W" " \ "'> ; .1.atl..Wl / ) DRat+\W; W.! CARSON ,.,
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,i "r"J .. ... .. .. .... .. ....... .. Regiment. All of a sudden General! .. . ' ' .... !(F'OFR;; RENT'Rooms' ;;; ; . DENTIST r"N", '' .

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} Christian took the notion that he had .
., 4..0....<-9...ee.0.ocOOI .. .
waited long enough 'for the boys tc unfurnished and furnished. Office over Pilley Building ',
F 11 produce their evidence against Colone' GRAYSTONE HOTEL Houses unfurnished and furnished. OTl( Hours: l-it. 1_I
Blending, and !issued another ordr: Also city properties, farms, citrus, Offlo 'Phon IIS Roldcncphon
g r '(;:t.., I C.WGRIFFIN manner restoring in Mm which to the the office.!Colonel'was This is the trucking and grazing lands fer sale Gas Administered,T..for thQ. Extraction ef

COMPLETELY EXONERATED." HERBERT WICHTENDAHL. Mgr. TUE ELITE REALTY PARLOR ,

Staple and FancyGROCERIES Thus it is that Catholics and "near ......... JT. KRIBBn W. J. 3TBBD
}{ masquerading Protestants MRS. SUMMERS Manager.'
Catholics are as .' '
.. for political purposes. Puppets DAY RATES 207 Baas St. eor.'Brack N. KissimmeeTwo KRIBBS & STEED
Catta tooth ATTORNEYS AT LAW
, | of Rome who fought blocks north of church. ,
and toe-nail, are now writing letters \ Christian Legal business of all kind given ,S
here for political favors and refer tothemselves WITH BATH, '. $3,00 a $
k Free Delivery to all Parts as "we Catts supporters.So oarr..1 prompt attention. $

the administration don't know who WITHOUT BATH, $2.50 Pat 'J.bn.ton O.' P..: 'Offloes Kissimmee 11 and IS State Florida.Bank.Bids,'
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of..the,City is a friend and who la a foe and 'i it t GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW' > .
,.;; doesn't particularly. seem to gives JOHNSTON & '
durn. ** Pile Cured In 6 to H Days fa

/ .....OOOo......... .. oooo..o..o..oo..t.... ot.I 'and 12 Citizens Baa.1 I.1Olric.a Your ''drorrtit ''will' refund kaoMy U Palo
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F.' H.'Lawson, the well known mer 10.,, 'Building I. OINTMENT fall to ear radix MTMM..I.6toJ4.ol ItBlind.BlodtniorProt .._..

chant, spent a few day'. on his farm KlMlrnm: .. Fla. Tk an*.. p_ .... .... fa r.

during the,week.' .. FAVORITE FERTILIZERS: : ,

sawnlu. I Co' CARSON. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary.

ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS '
.MACHINERYANO. WC'RE PLCASCp SAY
THAT IT WUt PAY: ' &. Carson
The Waters
SPECIAL :
' AlLSUPPUESRUBBER You W., ." .TO *ec OUWnISPLArf fA FORMULAS'F.OR, .

""- CITRUS CROPS POTATOES BEANS PEAS :
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Write For DricslAid, CORN ,,:TOMATOES 'Grocery Company

.. CataloTuer '
.1. \, t Write for'our,neat price,:Est on all .brands Agricultural Chemicals, F
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" BEST MAINE.SEED POTATOES i

'A,VISIT TO THIS . are arriving daily-get our prices and get the best. GROCERIES !
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!wd & 'EST ESTABLISHMENT We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing ,

rN a ( f Is a trip quite ,worth your while.. in rows. or', broadcasting. Excellent formal, Fertilizer.- Lime- Ashes, a d
You will find the finest display of and soft Pbt pb te. '

meats', that ever teased a hungry USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE, ---. f' : .+": e

' --0 R... room.man's appetite And ,the, Into most the'sanitary dining .o oft ,your. citru. 'trees for sure'results: Manufactured by J.. Schnarr: ._ .. '.". ..00:0.4 . 4 . .. .,'.'. . . . .> ..
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uU ,OLD). equipment ever installed'In a mod : lie Co., Orlando our"subsidiary, 0'
ern ),meat. m.rket.10umey. hither. 4', + 4- .
> w I COPPER -, ,_, I T"E1'INOfPfNOENT FERTILIZER COMPANY BAT ,. .' I ..

'TIRES BRASS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, *. 4,, ... f.. BIDES. ,.
Market . 0 GRAIN > ".
City . ,- 4' .
TUBES LEAD : 0 .0 '.4' FURS r .ti

ROPE SCRAP IRON, 0 FERTILIZERS O. .0 WOOL : .f .

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COUNTRY, .
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THE Kl&IMMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY! MAY 11, 1917


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:TttE; 'KISSJMMEt VALLEY: GAZETTt: KISSIMMEE'S NEEDED SCHOOL FACILITIES JOHN WESLEY SEYMOUR, GRADUATING EXERCISES: : lens was splendidly delivered by- "

r f CONFEDERATE} VETERAN. TO BE HELD MONDAY NIGHT Bryan Simpson, who promises to be a
speaker of great merit.

4/ I ..........* B....,. Vrlday.tm It Is true that no other agency of man's creating has ANSWERS TO LAST CALL (Continued-from Page' One) Robert Geisy was awarded the
...... V.fRy Gaa tt. .....1.., K.I___. Mt.rlauw. -
such far-reaching: power for good in the community, a* (Miami Metropolis May 8) ficulty that a decision was reached, Overstreet medal on the rendition of

.'.. IIARRI..d B. O. VANS AGNEW Ow_.... good, live, up-to-date schools. The time is 'long past in Funeral services over the body of and the Carson medal'wall awardedto Spartacus to the Gladiators. Scarcely '

.' T.I...... !1.ri. this country when "just.Jany old school" will serve thpurpose. John Wesley Seymour of Ojus will Miss Muriel Prenti and.the Over- a sound was heard while the story was
told and the final
street medal to Robert Geisy. appeal was mcde.
'
1 1v' is of-'-teday than thae'a be held tomorrow morning at; 10 f
Nothing trder community
o'clock from .Trinity+<' Methodist An appreciative audience'crowded Selections by the high school orchestra __
is known, by the quality of its school and facilities Church Mr. Seymour's pastor, Rev. J. the room and listened with rapt at- added to the pleasure of the

for the school is a perfect barometer for the com E. G.ult of Dania, officiating. Interment tention to the fine productions of the program "One Fleeting:: Hour" with

munity A town or section with the reputation of maintaining will be in the .cIty cemetery-un young people. It smiled as Miss Ma- Mrs. Stanley' Bullock Jr., as soloist,
Whittier's
: f der the direction of the W. II. Combs mie Pi portrayed 'Jer- was especially beautiful.
I modern institutions of learning, affording first
lion of the world old story of the supremacy
yo
," class advantages' to the rising generation, Is well on the Company .. of A maiden' love and madly Taken as a whole the contest was
Mr Seymour was well known. In much above 'the average the productions .
toward recognition In the other phase of activity, pplauded little Elsie's disdain of
this the
.. way community, being among ling Volmer's offered wealth and sta showing careful study and faith
Despite the fact that Osceola county maintains a early residents Dade countv. co' ful interpretation of the avthor's con

school which favorable, and"vvlth'iIo ing here from Klsslmmee In 1907 HeI tion. ception.
system compar.es; It thrilled with emotion as Murray
tl I survived by three daughtirs. Mrs.C. ... -
SrA 'S P necessity for apology,. representing an outlay of many ; M. Frazure of Miami, Mrs. W. B. Overstreet graphically ,told the story -

1'F PRE thousands of( dollars, as well as a huge amount of personal I Harris of Kisslmmee, Miss Clyde Seymour of the Kings Musketeer who offeredhis

effort on the part of those who have been actively of Ojus and two sons. Robert H. life in exchange for the with happiness Classified Advertisements
bated
9f the U listened
engaged in the upbuilding' and maintenance of the educational -I and J. T. Seymour, both of Miami. breath princess.to Miss Gussie Wlnn as she

'i ............... tarn facilities, it is an undisputable fact that statistics Mr. Seymour was a Georgian by followed Little Cigarette on her perilus FOR GALA10'aerea
1 Tear ___..._....,:. ____....._.-.?..-..5t0u' birth' and died at the age of 87 yean good land onv-hiUf mile from-
1 On Copy,' One Month. _._ .._._. ._-_._____-_..... l.Oti' show KIssimmee behind other sections of Floridain Death came yesterday afternoon at night ride to certain death to res- city limit on brick road, 100 b. trInic --
On Copy Six ............. oranit trees C-room houne,
Months... ....._. .76. that cue her lover. barn
On Copy Three the matter of more modern facilities, and crowded his home in Ojus where he was ill Then and other Imp1 ovements. Oood suburban -
I for a number of week 'He was the High School Glee Club apt home. Come, let us .
from our authorized Correspondents conditions have existed in the Osceola High School. Ad : a "
All communications except merchant in Athens for ocared in "Love's Old Sweet Song, Pine stock farm, on* mile from'W''aoku

Rejected must m.Uer'wUI be .1g! ned not by be the returned writer.unless called for ditional'room is needed}! as well us additional structures( years and also was widely a number known of IrT which was so well rendered that t.heudience Some front MCOd Rood town property for sale cheap ..

' Florida, and must be provided.for the children, and 1I.is high time his native stats for extensive farming '\ would not be refused an encore : property at bargainprlcea. ,
,P (Entered In the Postofltc at Klssltnm ar matter I and were insistent in their call SUln.1.0"" exoliHHiiH. '
\ that the taxpayers consider this Important froman interests.' During the Civil War Mr. / to otttf,
matter.) ,
econd.class i ,
for a third number. .NEL.BUN HBALTY
r unbiased standpoint. Klasimmee should, be in a special Mr. Seymour served In the Confederate CO.
Miss Gertrude McKay showed
MAY 11, 1917 _._ tax school district in order that bonds could be voted army sea member of Young's marked dramatic talent in her porn, FOR HALW-600' S-year-old) 8....dlln*
? : Wheelers Grapefruit Trees,
company Hannan's brigade I'rk-e
-- Uc
,? each: C.
for school the old of the trnyal of P.rdita and scarcely sound
improvements; system raising cavalry. At the time .of his deathhe a U. KunkfKlsslmmee, Fla. Sl-tC

<, Bulkhead!. funds \by direct taxation Is I obsolete and will not meet was a member of Tige Anderson vibrated through the auditorium as
a i ,. United Confederate she became the marble statue and LOST-Large brown mar mule, 9 ,
with the requirements at this time. Wherever such special camp veterans maintained the exquisite prolonged year old, slight sore rn left shoulder *
Help the band boy. :'tax districts are operative, it is apparent that thereis and both this camp and members of with Her wearing leathor halter. '
gesture indescribable Florist
the Daughters of the Confederacy will 4raoe. H. H. InRersoll. Ftrmonn. .
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an advance over ordinary conditions, than exists in Kis.simmee attend the funeral' services. lie was interpretation of the authors thought Vox 117. rhone Orlando 118, .

Plant-Bleu you-Plant; proper. This suggestion is offered for what il is for 72 years a member of'the Metho was masterful. ; FOR

.. worth 'and it is hoped that when considered, will be accepted dist .church the Miss Carolyn Frlpp's" rendition of ; sale-.RAI.IHou."hold. Mrs H. U. Geiger furniture, lot North for
"Maker of Violin. was beautifuland I Vernon Ave..
Howdy, Sister Okeechobeel 1 in the spirit in which it is given-to arrive at Ute
some
., Mr. Seymour was for a' number of the pathos of this inspiring number !
plan .which the school facilities of the city will be advanced years a. resident of Kfssimmee,. having brought tears to many eyes. I FOR riALK-Tifenty fine whit ler-

'+ Everybody doin It-plant.ingl I and kept in pace with necessary requirement! moved to this place from Athens, Ga., Edgar Bryan's' impersonation of Tiller horn: One dollar each.. 'Apply. to late M.

i .., _... . 4..t.ha* ofaather wlde-evrak9! cammunitiee! ,.x in 1888. He took an active Interest In Robert Emmett in his "Protest ._
t"- :==. ? 'Day-SundiyM.y"lf. '--- -, '-" : -_ !I. !, =..,..,_.., ,,, ,,. the"'' .Mothera' eolrt
; A progressive school system in community exerts the land within onelialf mile
munity while here and has audience roused the echoes with city limits;. .
; a large MO per acre. Box its, .
'Us influence in other dh'"..,(nr'' frequently very little1 regarded number of friends .our'older their applause as he pronounced the Ktsslmroee.
' among< II-tt'
One quart a month will do us all right. by the community generally. A real live,, progressive residents who will learn of his death final words. His wonderfully modulated AUTO SERVICE] ,TO
voice and ORJJANDO leaves
1 W-MM-IHMH .W. action in school matters is never found in a dead with the deepest regret. this Impressive delivery made. our office at 7:45: a. m.. return at- 6
swat t ftyl Flylesi towns' have few funeral number a'popular one/ ; p. "m; Far one way, CO cent; round
community:: S*, then, the really ,Progresllve'.chool presupposes COUNTY TO BOND Patrick Henry's famous "Resistance trip. 76 cents (except Sunday).

1 a like spirit in the community.. Men of observation IN SUM OF!:: to British Aggression" was well told breaker-Barclay Realty' Co 17-tf.
$100,000
: Encourage the lad of the Volunteer Farm Brigade. "intelligence have this fact in mind when by Henry ''Edwardl, and as the principle -I TWO NICE COTTAOE8-* sale See'

I (Continued from One of exalting' national honor above I J. R. Gilbert owner 17t'
seeking-.location for a home. Probably the two first Page )

'., The real patriotic citizen. does not wait to be, drafted.. questions asked by nine of every ten homeseeke'rs are! I the bridge across tie head of Lake ful life listener itself rang thrilled out with many patriotism.a thought DWELLINGS Tiller: for rent.' Apply to it

Tohopekaliga and that withinabout
"What of your schools?" and "What of your churches?" The portrayal King Robert. of
What' the matter with raisingchicken, as a Ade thirty days the short cut road. bridge Sicily in his struggle LADIES: -I am Driving awaya fine
.
The really desirable citizen, with a family of sons and and fill would be 'completed. He against supreme Morris Chair for distributing; S dos.
gavethe .
line. daughters to rear, Is always suspicious of the town with. county's cost of the enterprise at power was realistic.as presented The audience by Bert grew Wells tenseas Carcass pkgrs. Cream .of .RI.(107.. Write Archer at\ Ave.once,

out good school facilities. lit is aware of the fact that $1,309.89, and asked what the entire the story from the immortal I .
d Don't let the famine scare make you forget the bulk. fob would cost, said that from present pen
of
the mere absence of these facilities argues a lack of !Interest indiations it would -probably not Longfellow painted the picture, so FOR RENT Five-room furnished
head. the of the at and 'rightly get typical of the rebellion of humanity tV.llscInsurance week. W. K.
on part community large, as high as $3,000.Commissioner I i as it has come down the and Real E.t i e.
p Cabbage"-Sauerkraut refuses to cast his lot with them. So that from a ma- Guy Wants Help' i and exulted through ages, 704 Posulel Ave. Phone I4t. 7-tf .
I at the
minus the hy final triumph
., ;
uM tonal point of view, the higher we, build our schools, the Commissioner Guy informed the.which submission brought. FOR SALE *6team laundry, fullr
phen. I I4"J.- .' Board that the roads in his district Then the 'equipped wltn ll modern machln-
their in material cleverly told
stronger drawing power the things of experience of
.. from Lokossse! to Kenansville were in Mr. cry; doing sooJTSuJ"I ness. Owner's
the al life. As We" build up our schools year by year to .a br.d need of repairs, and asked that he Bowaer in an attempt'to hang personal attentlonjs required withother .
If you'can get the cans; now'is time to can screen doors related by Miss Lenore inlsreste..r Tall and
v .', higher state of efficiency they in turn are building up be given the use of the convicts for a Van Duzer produced laugh see plant In-wporatlon. A. F. grit'
many a as Klsslmme Fla.
Jouean.. the individual members of the community. period of thirty days. The conditions did Miss Muriel Prentis In "Who's lltf ,
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x Are'we afraid to'' invest a few hundred dollars, or a as described, by the commissioner Afraid" which proved to be the medal FOR SALE .. OR HUNT-Flve-room
Haines City i I. erecting: a ;10,000 new school.' Some showed that attention is required at house In;
winning selection.
: So well did she tell Apply Lupferae reason"Ir
few thousand in modern school facilities No communityhas once, else the people of that section Bam
the
feed-time stories of little
folks
e i eD rpriaeJ. ever yet made the investment that it was not returned will have hard times traveling the that many a mind traveled retrospective AITTOMOBII.K ROn MAPS ONLY *Hf' "
a
in road I.' elpeclaUy in the rainy season. -Pocket sue Florida Auto Road,
many fold. Viewed from a purely financial standpoint path and recalled
Plant City I is now operating a canning factory day There was some discussion when the long-for Offer short time newest" edition.
I it is the safest investment we can possibly make. matter gotten days when it, too, had Seen! for only. On sale at
and nights : was passed over until the next 'firey V Valley Oasette Office IOtrOFMICRAL -
The community that refuses to give,its best to its schools meeting ,' eyes. ,

*. If there ever was a time to cut out extravagance it'i will find itself a* the years go by gradually losing in the Regulus Address tit. "the.......Carthagen-.......... w ve Florida FARMING To know Florida'I* profitable poasl-In 4 f

of life. And the who -deem bllltles for live stock and -
; race people no sacriflctFtoo poultryraising
Pale r e Faced dalrylns, fruit and truck
right now Women
Take to Make .
Treat ,'to be made for their' children's"welfare year Phosphates, Rosy Cheeks growing read the Florida' Farmer

. harnesr, by year climb higher.: Let's spend our spare moments in and subscription.Homeseeker.IK cents."It x month trial
+ i still in ample 'copy
Seem. like the official axe swinger *
sober .thoughts along this line and get together for the and Beautiful Forms. free Address Florida Farmer and
r.. at the capital.' Homesteeker. Box J60, Jacksonville,
better ment of our school l facilities before another season. Fla. | tttfOl.n -

Men Need Phosphates Make Strong Healthy PAPERS '
'OR'Ltee A
,,, The price of Sloan's Liniment will. .surely cut, dowr, . , DLIO-Good for wrapnlns; purpose BU1*-,'

?';>.; ;/'.Ithe,..I :proflta'ofmany a home'gardenl.' ,' ,*-ytr> i atKHimntHiiM Jrt fa' :; Up to a few days !ago 1,270 carloads of spuds have left I'' :" ... ., '.' ,,,, etc. Apply at Valley. Oasette, IQtf?i-,;:,,

h;?,'" "".,;wr'; ;<.;<..,.." .,:.. lI\oM.\ ...."src.cmu4Ylye' 'cI ,. Florida points. Each carload holds an average of 190 I, ' "; Vigorous' Bodies. 'j'' FOR 8.U.R CM K A P-Iron bed. mat.syy;: '
1 '.' '.' r': ;, / ,4'vSayIt ::'':k .1k j 91j ; ,.j. tress, oil Stove, ..wlnHf. machine '
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I' barrels Ii\\ ,
', luven"t'got'real": money]for your .u which make 241,300 barrels shipped up to that ; ,: :. ,' ( !( ; "i" :table, chairs Ice hog No., S4 Broad -',,<.;?A! : 1way. +
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;: aeription. ,'why not bring- in- a- spud. .' .time.:' Estimating the average price at $7 a barrel gave 'Athletes Increase Their Strength Energy and Endurance 200% or More Itl-U '

m total of receipts figuring $1,700Q00< ; the actual number: By Simply Taking a Few Weeks Treatment of ,Argo-Phosphate. WANTED-To parties I..vln.tor take ear .01 home for

Lo b like 'some of the Second Regiment officers al if tubers sent to market is approximately, 72300000. If In consideration of summer rent. fc.month.....II..n..

; lowed themselves,. to get in a 'mess." :ill the cars were placed in one train, this train would be Atlanta, Ga. Dr. F A. Jacobson muscles lack tone. 'They become nerv- p.onl"'l Reliablecar; best of* r..t..r..nciA.iette. : fci r..ii.r'.

: n thirteen miles in length. And still it has been said that says that Phosphates are just as essential ous, irritable despondent, melancholy lite..
.. the brain and the
Our boy "Joe" in Congress is being asked to explair "Florida is a state full of oranges and ,!sick Yankees, to any many or woman who Therefore fags if you wish to memory preserve fail your*., WILL YOU BE THERE

'nothing the article in issue of the tires easily, is nervous, or irritable, -
of recent
the selective conscription. ;*>. say a youthful vim, vigor and vitality to
Ills.vote on worn out, or looks haggard and paleto a Laymen's
I Farmer's Home Journal, carrying a Philadelphia dateline make a strong, robust vigorous, ripe'old age, you must the deficiency meeting next Sunday' afternoon '
3
. lacing at o'clock at Methodist' Sun
Osceola county i. .to have good road, The $100,0K( which referred to the Florida truck farmer as in healthy body as they are to cotton to food by of using Phosphates in your I day School rooms. Come join us, and'

i bond election, which baa been called will pU.. a need of sympathy "one whose miserable condition had make it grow; The Jack of Phophate form of Phosphates Argo-Phosphate most easily assim the you will come a-rain. It is interesting. :
become truly appalling." Is the cause of all enemic conditionsand lIa ted' and soulrefrenhintr.DEVOTIONAL.
the administration of 6-grain
Say, we saw a picture of a real spud in a state paper Argo-Pho-phate: tablets will increasethe 1 COMMITTEE.No. .

' a few days ago. Looked like they "uster", all right. All honor is due to the boys who form the charter roll strength and endurance of weak, .NOTICE: Argo-Phosphate which' 11.
nervous, care worn men and'women is recommended and prescribed by
of the Volunteer Brigade formulated: at the courthouse 300 per cent. in two or' three weeks physicians in all enemic cases', it nota .t STATE KlMl__RANK l- **OP. *.
We' e. discovered recently that there's some difference square meeting, a few days ago. These lads will engagein time in many instances, and their eon |> secret or patent medicine, but one tae .!_ ., ....._..

' .between .tlek1in&,",Mother Earth with a hoe and tickling raising foodstuff Lands have been alloted by enterprising tinned use will build up the whole that is sold and recommended by well .May-!... 1S1T.Txians .

i ,ear typewriter.. citizens; fertilizer will be obtained; the Board of nervous system and give new life, known druggists everywhere and "- .
vim, vigor and vitality to the whole physicians are daily subscribing the on real estates-......t 40.000.09
Trade will aid financially In getting the plots plowed and constituents in Loans collateral security
contained it.
body I always prescribe Argo-Phos Being
other
-wonder il than real estate-j.--.' ltO.000.10\
Since skeletons have gone up 100 per oent. ready for planting and' all good citizens will assist in phate to patients who are pale and entirely unlike many other Phosphates All other loans and discounts "...U.II

some of those hidden in family closets will be dug fort every material manner possible. This is a" step in the colorless, and it-is surprising to see it is easily assimilated and Overdraft United States._ _._... 7..llt.IIS
Bond_...
during these times of ,high living. right direction and nftt,only speaks well for the patriotism how quickly a few weeks treatment will be found effective in the treatment" Other bonds -.._. l.OOO.OO J.KO.OO
will'transform a pale face to .a rosy of indigestion and stomach Bank Hi ir house furniture
of the boys, but the public as well. cheeked beauty. .There can be no rosy troubles, as well as for care worn and fixture .*............ 1t/1/.te
; : Inve.tment.Co. has offered the other real estate __._
iThe Stv; 'Petersburg, cheeked healthy beautiful women, nervous conditions. The manufacturers Claim and other 7.177.IS.
,
reaourr-r
"
' government 1,000 acres of fertile land near this city forthe without their system is sufficiently of"Argo-Phosphate will forfeit to A. C. L. R. R. Co.._. tTS.-!
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Yep, we've come to the conclusion that we wa."traised charitable Institution Due from Incorporated bank 4i.MM'
with In allY $200.00 if
the supplied
raising of 'spuds for Phosphates. recent
/ army. Other cash Items..........
J.OII.M
to be a farmer, Right now we are right re. they cannot treat .
interviews with man
physicians on the any or woman Cash on hand-........?.._ 15.Cli.10
of the Osceola High School which i. dosing on all this backyard gardening agitation, anyhow. Seems grave and serious consequences of a Under 65 who lacks Phosphates, and City Warrant' *.?....,...-.?. l.n''T'
The term of in increase their strength and endurance
y the blood
deficiency
'tf someone of the Allies I. depending-on self-raised Phosphates .
our Total
iq r with a"series of excellent events, has been the.rnost sue truck for of American men and .women. I have from 100 percent to SOO per cent. or -- ----------_--_,if-' ."c..u.L. .. '...",._

1 ----- to sful-in--the-bIito ry that institution -- .--- a meaLomeoltesurelLgoingto.baawfuLbun. strongly emphasized the fact that doctors more-in-onrmonth'-tlme,11 they are ....IHlieu> 1
'I'7-more hungry than we're .or. should prescribe more phosphatesIn free from organic trouble. It is dispensed Capital Cupolas stock fund paid in."t$100,000.00.<

the lformV' Argo-Phosphate for by all reliable druggists. Undivided "
/ profits (less expenses -
usend
.Wlt. with Representative
t The Tax Commission -' .The City Council wisely ordered the city's' books weak* wornoutL.hagprd looking of If your druggist will not supply and taxes paid-- 4,11/.511

k .N, C. Bryan would give the body additional powers, audited at : The very records have not been 'checked men and women. When'the skin is you send $1.00 to the Argo Labora Individual to check ,;.p.Ub.: .,.. l :6t/.S;
being introduced a bill in the House to that effect.' .once up pale and flesh flabby it is a sign of tories 10 Forsyth St., Atlanta: Ga. Time certificates ot.deosi..", ".4 UI'"
for a period o1( four years and it Is not fair to the public anema. When the phosphates go from and they will send you a two weeksitreatment : Certified check _..-_.._.___. lit.'S'ra.hl..r'

k nor the city's officials'to allow such a state of affairsto 'the blood, the pink checks too. The by return mall Check outstanding .......0 '
The Board of Trade has been of invaluable assistanceto go Savings deposits. ....."'....... 6.0t4.0
that willIe exist.< The audit will be made covering the period from .000..0000000000..000000.00.000'000--- BUI., 4>ayabl. ?........j.*.._ 10,000.09;
> the City Council in framing a'city charter '

"'. b .of benefit and acceptable to the taxpayers: in general. 1912 until January 1, 1917. I ? .BE'ST. Total --------V|-.._-...|501S.0.4 -

TAMPA'S ',
State of -
Florida..
0\ .
,1,. t Governor Catts say he Intends to appoint all theDemocratic' County of Ofleola, ..1:
Since we have joined the backyard agricultural patriots < i I. Roma Thomas, cashierof the-
l nominees to office. who recognized him' as above-named bank do solemnly swearCorrectArt1.
the Madam I. at a loss to understand the sudden : that the above statement I.
true to
such Those who did not him the Democratic View Hotel they;
rush'of business at the office which keeps us working regard as regular Bay best ot my knowledse and belief-

nominee for governor he considers bolters to ?!" THOMAaJ.'WADBTUCItER'- Cashier
overtime almost every evening.. :
# whom he Js.under. no political or party obligations.. C. CARSON,
I
The Hotel For Our Home People '. M )CATZ

G i Judging from reports of many cities,throughout the ; !: .

country, every nine out of ten applying for a "Job',' with | Headline says-"Help The Ff.l'lDers"-aa one of theBackyard Fireproof: : Construction-Efficient Service-Modem Equipk Subscribed' and sworn to brectors.this.lOthday m.. ..

agricultural patriots, we move that if there'sany' of May U17.
.Uncle Sam want to be officer Where are we going to ment-Moderate Rate ALBERTA HOPSON.
r ; life-saving done attention 'first be given u* "re M Notary Public State of Florida. Mr1Commission .
"
t
r fet_the "man. behind the gun expires .
,
cruits" before it's ,too.. late. CH.JEWETIM.r. January t l tl.WOTICK

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OF ,
APPLJC4..01' FOR'PAII'
; )Many m grammar school lad, working with IDad" ir ... . . . ......... . ... .. ....... .... .". ..t'00044'OOOOv ,. no'l.: siTdnlgned \ 1NonG. -'"
.
. Speaking of the removal of the commanding: officer of ,
discovered that th.t..1d
this has
business
o : "home garden" ,
hershy give
the Second Florida Regiment, the Mulberry Herald says: I. that the and -
paternal ancestor, has missed .his cue somewhere will apply to the State
; Board
: > ICol. Standing should, hold a commission In the Prussian of.P.rdon. aC Tallahaas... Florida, for*
r in his agricultural education.J "' DR DeWITT T. : a conditional pardon. } >J > army.. It would be more suited to his temperament. : LIGHTSEY .r.fall who was oonvlct"| of murder In the
N 01 '" OaGeoia .
ilt" County Florida.
The'! city dads and th. business men hav* : rtaed" ; : Th. plicatioD for pardon will
,, '. Tampa'now has its free Carnegie library,the open 0'STEiOPf.JrtfpJi; : \ be made at t.... .......1... aeeting ot the
..... likely tl t
1 lot recently it quIt. Board
i.wbole 4 IK i in lass. or
'nit f wkie>& held-a few The initial rVF-- as .00ft th.f.'ftnr .
raabbU.'Imt a wu days ago. stepsto'B.cuee : .am.=gas beeakee '. -a,
f( results will. be ,obtained. If'i;bee* some' ; s< ; the lDatlt8 o..'".n.tabDb"Kn..Sumter'r..1' : Comer:Drug(Store : . Meatf> ;ya'aandPidt';; ys : hay' 11IIIf.' '; "Po': --
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r "oomMOrBI'hat 4 ffh1i "t ;.t !. 1Mw Lbwrr ttOOl' ,f'*:: I, ,"
MILTON
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THE KISftlMMEE VALLET GAZETTE, 'FRIDAY,MAT' W,."lf7 ", .. i1Rx

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,.i A rousing attendance la .desired !
Wednesday evening next at CaatN '
Hall when work in the first and third

'lI degrees will be in order. Every member .. -
, of the Knights of Pythias should!

be on hand... hi') YOUNG, MAN !! '

'1 Rev. O, B Falls the boloved pastel -

of the Flrathptlst Church, leavei
... next week for New Orleans where he
will attend the annual meeting of th.
(FORMERLY niXIE THRATRB Southern Baptist Conference, which I
Program for Week Commencing Friday, May. lth. .... will be in session in that city for several What Is Your Preference:
.1 days. lIe'Will/ be absent from the
., Matinee Each Day Ceamencinf 3: 0">-C .turaou Night Performance city for about a week or ten days.- II

.,., I Starting .t 7:00 O'clock.PROGRAM Reports being received by the' members TO FARM OR TO ARM' ?'
"n of the Kisgimmeo Gun Club show
: that the attendance at the state shoot, .
whcih will be held hero this month,

TODAY TUESDAY will be largely attended by people b
Wallace Reid & pee Ridieley ia'! from all sections of the state. The
William Farnnm in
,
tournament has ben judtctoualv advertised
"" "Tie Selfish Woman" "Tke Price of Sileice", and it is expected that the'meet You are equally useful to your Country

'1 . . A Fox Snper-Product, Billie will be one of the most interesting in :
SATURDAY. Burke in "Glor Romance"WEDNESDAY the history of the Florida .Associationof k.
.:.;. <0, Trapshooters.J at either branch of the Service, and you will

-:- Vivian Martin.&Jack Pickford in M. 'Huffman left Tuesday 'morn-

"The Girl At Home" I Marie Doro in"Heart' .. Ing take for the Jacksonville physical, examination where he wentto for doubtless, shortly, be so informed by the

-" Desire" the Officers Reserve Corps. Shouldhe
'
.
;
T "I MONDAY THURSDAY be successful in passing this test officials.
he will report to Fort McPherson by
+ NeUon in Another one of tkotePARAMOUNT the 14th of this month. Mr. Huffman "
r "The Fewer of Decuion" PICTURES, Is now connected with the First National This. Company owns thousands of acres
Bank of St. Cloud, but formerly -

t L So .' "ApULTS; IOc. both resided cities here who and wish has him many unbounded friendsin of fertile l lands near Kissimmee. You 'need

success in this venture.II. .

' --_. - R. Inprram of Lokosee who was make no payments the first two years---and. "
; 1 discharged in the,circuit court recently .. .
;<11' I LOCAL il; on the charge of assault with intent -
INTERESTING ITEMS
I, to kill, growing out of a dispute possibly! the third---for either principal or
some months ago, hands in the following .

....ooo..o.oo o.oo.ooooooo The City Tax Book* will close tile addressed to the jury which tried interest if expend one-half the val-
third Monday in May. Pay up before. the case: "Not knowing my privilegeof : you say,

' rl that date and avoid the pemtlty. :J. R thanking the jury, I take this im*...._,..mi;,,,-_., ... .'"
1F-T catheCep ilhart.City.Clarkrrna.. V .q yJIT-- "rl...,< predation means,,of:::,to xpressing the jurors:::.rny who aineera rendered ap. ====!"- !e of"'* products raiiooor.; -to Hifl'iieu, In r

W. G. Bennett and his daughter,, d verdict of not guilty in the case ofSt.te .
Miss Ester, of Hartford Ky., left
,.. :I Following are dally temperature Tuesday after spending the winter in II of. R.Florida Ingram.vs." Ingram. Gratefully , 'improving the lands, etc., and moreover, very .

and precipitations aa reported Kisslmmee. This is the fourth season The State Bank'Wed'nesday'receiv. ...*> . ..,*MfM \ +,*.. (_ I
Mr. Bennett has i'
enjoyed the Florida
Kissimmee by Government fobe week.station endling1 climate and he expect to return early 'ed the following telegram from Secretary .long and easy terms will be granted you .
McAdoo "The
'. at in the fall. I of the Treasury : *" '( .
Thursday, May 10: government will receive subscriptions

R+ Max.: Min. Rain Miss the Home Albina Extension Smith, who Work is in for chargeof Os. until June 15th for two Loan.billion You dollars can thereafter to ,the end, that you may'own the .,

Friday*. ____92 67 ceola County, spent Tuesd.y..t, 3V4 per cent. Liberty
t render invaluable service to your government -
. Saturday.86 66 ,7 Loughman in that who.*.. she assisted living by receiving subscriptionsand land, you have. cultivated, and at reasonable
6280 portion w Osceola county. with Federal Reserve
Sunday >..,. 85 cooperating -
F 1 Polk county was represented by its \
...82 66 2.20 Bank of your district. Will you '
Monday ? agent, Mrs. Dora Barnes.A thereby Country.
You
kindly do this and telegraph me, government prices. .assist.your:
Tuesday ._ ___84 65
flag-polo! is to -bc erected nn the expense, soon as practicable,
Wednesday ___77 53 court house square, and it will not be rough estimate amount -of bonds you "
,, . Thursday ..84 55 long before Old Glory will be swungto think will be subscribed by you and in this: crisis and. establish your own rode. .: I
l the breeze. The county has owned your customers T" ,.
. ...000000000000000000000000Fire a beautiful flag for some time, and '
Rev. B. H. Guy, the energetic representative : l''. '
now L. R. Farmer has offered to fur of the Lokosee section on pendence. : .
ava: Insurance. See A. E. Drought nish and place the necessary pole. the Board of County Commissioners, ;

Born to Mr. and Mrs Garnet Combs Mrs. Bertha Blagg. accompanied by was ,greeting friends here this week. Apply At Once To '. : ,
;;F Wednesday, May 10, a son. a daughter, have arrived from Tam- Mr. Guy says that potato crops in his .
pico.Mex., and ,will spend some time section are coming out well, and while
t'' Lawrence Carr left' !Monday foi in this city. Mrs._ lagg i* tM daughter ( thai season' planting has been more ,
,' ; Canada to enlist in the Canadian Can of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Howell: The'adv on an experimental line, large acreage i
tin get for military service. reports, that everything seems will be put in next ....on. Hunter Land CompanyJ. ti
A. E.,Thomas, the tax assessor for tube quiet at Tampico but that hordesof Speaking of' the new county (Okeeihobee -
'' the city,- is making.arrangements. to German are settling in the city. c ) the commissioner, say that he
r4. begin this work by..Juntf first. .y The Farm Loan Association held an Just 'escaped", being taken in, but "

B. E. Evans, demonstration agent,, important meeting last Saturday, some of his friends here jocularly insist ., D. CLARKE... Agent .w' .' KISSIMMEE,. FLORIDA
; spent Wednesday at Milliard's Island when number of final applicationswere that Rev. Guy will be included in i
+ on business connected with his office. signed to be forwarded to thehe.dqJarters the new arrangement, to which the

i *t Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shearouse, Jr.,, at Columbia, S. C: The commissioner agreed that it "might
% m left this week for Guyton, Ga.,' whew organization has now been perfected, take: several day to canvass the returns -.
they will visit relatives for a brief and will be on a working .basis within and find out where I'm at." I .

period. a short time.-: 4:30. Subject: "The Gospel Invita- I EXCELLENT PROGRAM:FOR ia's Romance," the aerial'novel "which
Okeechobee Call! : Poland I A Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Thomas of At tion.: WEEK AT THE "GRAND," attracted such a' large number when,
recently received $1,600 for a Williston, Fla., are guest of the family the Churches Sr. B. Y, P. U. at 6:45. KISSIMMEE-S PLAY HOUSE shown her at the Casino..
:
car of potatoes grown on Lake Okee of Roma Thomas, cashier\. of the Preaching at First Church at 7:30: The consitently good 'procran '

chobee. State Bank, this week. Mr. Thomaswas FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I p. m. Subject, "The War Cry." This week's program at the Grand, which -characterized: this popular-
.,"J. B. Seckinger, one of the leading formerly engaged in the newspaper ,The ordinance of baptism ,will ..be Kissimmee' Picture Theater de Luxe, place of amusement sine the new
i. of Tampa, spent business at Williston where he ; I administered atthis which elsewhere in this piper, management took charge, seem to-
merchants U'i\
wholesale I recently sold his Interests and Is hereon 8:45: a. m.=: Sunday*School, R..M. I ; t a' appear
I a'few days in the city this week on well-earned vacation. ;, .,.... Evans," supernitendent.\ OTil%&& is worthy of particular ;mention in justify their slo .n: "You've never
I business'"ff=''!"t5!*'*".*;:M,r4a> ""> \. ,:* ),1W a \ : 2:00: p.:m.--Junior League, conduct- CHAPTERHOUSE1 CLOSES"'C' several" instances. The most notable seen poor picture at the Grand-YOU'
J..M. Crafton who met with 1A'lIorl'ous of the week will undoubtedlybe WILL In small commun-
The City Tax Books will close the ed by Miss Alberta Hopson, Supt. THURSDAY AFTERNOONIN offering NEVEL a
third Monday May. Pay up before accident a few weeks ago .austaining 6:30: p. m.-Senior League (in .the I EACH Tueday's big double program, when ity, the picture. theater wields a large
that date and avoid the penalty. J..R. a broken leg, is improving as bungalow). Special service. by theyoung KEEPING WITH MERCHANTSThe Manager Mcintosh will present Wile influence, either for good or evil according .
Gilbert, City Clerk. l4t well as can be expected. WIth. the aid people for young people., liam Farnum.in "The rPrice of Silo .to the character of its offer..
Of crutches he will be out on the ' House thrilling gripping and withal and"the present indication are
Memorial Chapter' ence, a ings,
conducted ,
been 7:30 m.-Evening worship Hart
who has : p. .
Mrs A. M. Story, within short time. Mr. :
streets again a the will observe the weekly half holiday entertainng arraignment of'th'echild- that the Grand Is going-to be a.not
improved by pastor.
quite ill much for a few to the days delight, is much of her Crafton i ia one of the valued 'employee You will find a. hearty welcome at inaugurated by business men for labor problem. This picture is one of able asset to the civic. welfare of"the-
of the Osceola Hardware Co.
the homelike church. Thursday afternoons during the sum- the super-productions i ,+which are city:
many friend Word:was received by friends here mer months, and the public will pleasebe being shown all over' the country at If'.*bl HHHMIIIWail n BI> *HVWB WMM i
Commencement week commence telling of the illness of Mrs. George ST. JOHN'S (EPISCOPAL) governed accordingly.The advanced prices and for long runs, and : and Emmit RolifT
.! right by having A. A. Wits repair Donegan, who is in a hospital in Bessemer CHURCH would it" is only because of Mr. Mclntosh's Mrs. Via Simpson
ladies the .
. those shoes. They need It, and he'll near Birmingham, Ala, Mrs. in Chapter connection with the Grand Amuse- were marriedat'tho.' Baptist( parson.
minister charge. the
1j. II. Kirkby, that public
:
the
.fix 'em right Donegan is'rapidly improving and her in St. also make request!! lawns ment Company of Orlando, that he is age Tuesday of last'week Mrs. RolifTis yI
.\ minister officiating the
11
.' ''Walker anticited. a m., refrain from walking across '.Ki. I the daughter.of Rull Bass and the
County Commissioner Frank ultimate complete recovery Is. 21oud. and thelibr.ry able to offer those) pictures"to -
the rest room
i 1' spent several day in the city this pa Her wide circle f' friend 7:30 p. m.. evening prayer and ser- surrounding they desire to keep this simmee's picture enthusirsts nt.regular young people have gone to housekeeping -
Board meeting re'wlIL.be gratified to leern of her as Tuesday'also marks the in the Bass residence in Cape +
,*;1 week attending the mon. Subject, "Religion God's Work, feature of the property In as pretty prices. '
addition.*
other business. return to health. resumption of Billie Burke in "Glor Breeze
and transacting
: I the Loss of it Men's Fault a shape as possible. .
Ernest Mach made a business trip Carson, Farmer the hustling Insurance Wednesday., eve of Ascension Day, "

to Tampa this week, returning man, leaves in a few days on a F:30 p.' m., evening prayer and ser- GIRLS TO DO,THEIR "BIT" t: ; (-,.. .
Wednesday wltb/two fine Buick Sixes, trip which will cover about two weeks. mon. Subject, "The Aeenaton." confined to
which he has on Mile in his ware- He goes to New Orleans, In company Thursday, Ascension Day.10 a.xm. That patriotism is not, .
., rooms. with Rev. O. B. Falls, and will attend Holy Communion. the men and boys of this'.vlclnlty


Knight Wednesday Okeechobee returned where Call she from: Mr had*.Kissimmee been W. the M. And the From Lucedale Southern there he, Miss.will Baptist,visit and Hattiesbnrg Conference.be in''Mo- Rev.. FIRST O. B.BAPTIST Falls, pastor.CHURCH. alone week was the when call practically for numbers volunteers demonstratedthla of girls enlisting in answered the"Gardener's Sh 'es'Shoes! !! Shoes !: ;


,.1''f guest. weeks of relatLes,. \( and. 'friends..',' for several bile'The'some Senior time before planned returning a surprise home.for ston.Sunday assistant school at superintendent 9:45. J..M :John in here.themselves, These to Armynow shoulder lassies the have hoe J pledged and "do :

Mr. 'and Mrs. J. S. Hall of Urbana, two of their members last Saturday charge. their bit" toward raising the food-sup- i
when met at the home of On account of the Baccalaureateservice
win evening, they
u, 111., who are returning from their of the world.Women .
A School there willie ply
the
. r ter home in St. Petersburg, spent the Prof. and Mr*. R. M. Evans and presented at High giving the situation
week-end with their .cousin E. S.: Misses Elsie'Diets and Manic no preaching service at:the church serious thought are and in several neighborhoods Spring and,, Summer Footwear.,

..JIwlandIlls wife, of thl .cltyo{.. .i Witherspoonwith pretty birthday at 11 o'clock. are arranging for commun

. d +, mee The Board regular of Trade meeting will of be the held Kissim thisevening I'' gifts Saturday Miss,'Deitz'and .Alias birthday'Witherspoon'occurredon -Pre.chlnc-at-r-BetheJ-'Mlaslcm-Jr.Busy B.Bees Y..P.at U.at3p.m.2 p. m. which-will*he-raised.to ,preserve -the-i-foods' ... -v -- -- ._ -We-: Have-It!. - - -.1 ?. i

will celebrateheT'blrthdayorrth.d.yah.
when the-matter of financing ; ; -
the Boys''Volunteer.Brigade will .be graduates Shoes for every member of the family.
considered, a* well a* other important D. G. Wagner, tho hustling insurance .
business .man, was one of the successful Iiii : : i-II !
'
Misses BessieMosley,"M.J"ra Russell contestant in Florida for the' New "
of
Complete
York Life Insurance Company, and array
andHelen Perdue '
Elsie
McCoskey the Presbyterian C. In company with fourteen other lucky tow 'Cut Summer Shoes elegant ;
E. Societies r represented of Kissimmee the District representative from the state, will Visit" -Oar Library Men's ;. '

1 C. E. Convention'held. at<.Winter. enjoy a trip at and a pt-togeth.r'meet the hospitality of therompany in . .'J Footwear for 'Ladies* Misses and Children
*
'
,Park last Friday. P\ Old Point Comfort, Va.,'.which la to BOOKS RENTED of White-Kid and t'
'of' ; Great Display
Mabel Stevens St, Petersburg
Mrs/ be held there next week, being in the ;. '
who is -.v.n ellstlc' superintendent .
>>
,. shape of a conference of the hustling Shoes. .
\
of the,W..c. T. U. for Florida, agents of the Southern Department. IOc 'A WEEK Canvas- '. . "
visited with friend a few hour Tues Mr. Wagner'will be accompanied by . \ ".
par day, while returning from" .meeting. tit daughter; Miss Ada, and they will .
"' held in St: Cloud. >' be absent from .the city, for, *. weekor fine Watch_ and Jewelry Repairing '
Hats'
The directors of the Osceola \Fair more.f ,t I' Specialty. Straw ,. '
a
.
Association are now sending out .
..J. M. Willson returned yesterdayFrom 10
check covering the cash premium, Tallahassee, where he has been and
sizes shapes
variety .
Most complete
and arrangements havealpo been for the past three week working with H ', 'will l beat hU ,
Dr: E. Cole; Optometrist,
made to tau care of all the outstanding .- the legislature in the interest of the ;; Up-to.the Minute Goods Prices
establishment Tiec- styles. ,
. indebtedness. bill to set aside 100,000 acre of land usual place: in this every ;

'. Okeechobee Call i1 Gee?F. .nd.Mrs. on.the. gulf. shore Just noth.of. Cape day.to meet aU friend/ana1 patients. Are'Right.
.. .
t, Parker made a trip to Kissimmee Sable asa perm ent"llome for the '
M'",, :' Friday where the former had several Seminole Indian Mr Willson was .' .
.cases before the courts to close up before 'accompanied home by Hon. M.K. Snif- W... E. SANDERSON & CO.
locating permanently in Okee- Secretary of the Indian Right ,
chobee, returned to 'thlavclty Association, who assisted materially '.
They :
JEWELERS i
1 STANFORD COMPANY {
} . G.
Sunday. '. at the capital for *.v*>r*>| weeks incident 'T' 1Y'krJ.i;: *"' .to' ,. H. a
: Indian reservation legit Successor iLI
etc. 'tor 'to the .
To permit of renovations, :" ., ;
m.
the Club Building the dining room Of aton, and who came to Kissimmee for I ... ....'.pF' f' BT.. BROWN r.|..' i ,,' .. .' ; I'i
his .. ''0Li lUEaftk SfcM; Deftltn af 0cela: C aiJ.-
of.extending -
he I Ipersonal '
the Golf Club will be closed from May express purpose . : .. > ""! .
.
i : ,
,, until Deeember. "1st.., Member congratulation>> to MM.WilW .
1st .
f ''Wishing to tire dinners tea*, etc.,I ion OIl,tM- successful tanadiMttoni ofyer .. ,.. .. r. .. ,"..' -

must make arrangement with the 'her of ea.rne'st 'effort ,'behalf. TA Tt T--. ..' ., . S .. ... . ,', .. .: ,
,ate hl I well. !to.advance,, ,20-2%"'of. ""tM.semlnole...._._.......!!fc; *. ',r .,l.4lI9IYoe: ',, ..,Oa.o--- .M -e., "","l .... Sdr; -- .,.....,.--" '
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i' t THE .ICISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. MAY 11, 1917 f

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e CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER!
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NEWS AND NOTES OF TUB "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN -.--

TIRES i SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT Your her Ton, tonight. Your druggist or Dealer
"DodsM's UYer'TODI" Starts R
i nulls you a 00 cent bottle of Dodson's-

I* "' r The Veterans Association' assembled guest 1 for the past. few weeks' at. the Better Tku Calomel and Yen Don! back Liver guarantee Tone under that my each personal spoonful. money.wilt -

to May 6th, 2 p. m.. President Kinney in I I New St. Cloud Hotel, left on Monday Work clean your sluggish liver better than a>
'N the chair. for his home at Michigan City. Ind. Lose i Day's dose of nasty calomel and that it won'/"

I Opened by tinging America Prayerby Closing exercises of St. ,Cloud make you sick.Podson's . ,
Chaplain Westeott. schools, Wednesday, May 9, all) 8 p. m. Liven up your sluggish 'liver) Feel I Liver Tone is, real liver .
+jJC air8f Reading of minutes of last meeting Exercl .* by the..grammar and Inter. fine and -cheerful make your work a medicine. You'll know it next morning ,
and approved.Notices mediate departments at G. A. .R. Hall, pleasure i be vigorous' and full of ambi because you will wake lip feeling flue,
of artlclesjlost and found. Thursday, May 10, at 2 p. m. The tion. Hut take Jio nasty, dangerous lour lifer will Iw working) lii-iulncUe ,
S'fr Song by the Choir primary with second and third grades calomel because it makes you sick and' and dizziness gone; stomach will b<*
Mr. Triplett, a state! agent on food will give .their. program Thursday you'may lose a day's "',rk. ,,\\,... and bowels regular. d
+ questions, was introduced and grave a May /10, at 8 p. m. The High School Calomel is mercury. or quicksilver
Dndson's] Liver' Tons Is eutirl 1 vojf, -
which tiPtTosls of the bones.
/ CHUM
(splendid talk on fool supplies and the will give a play entitled "The Call
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harmless and' nr t
Uiblp therefore1 can
likedynamite ,
., 1 Calomel crashes into bile
danger of not feeding the Allies., It of the Flag." An admission fe w'1' it sour That's when pyliiatc. Give it to, ypur\ was Interestingand to the point. be charged to cover. the expenses of al) vu feel brl'aklnr nausea up. and cramping. ''* of I";ifHi are using, 1>......ol1tii.
Collection taken for hall. closing exercises, Friday afternoon. .} Listen to mel! If want to enjoy Lltr TOIIO iiiMteiid. of datylieroiiii mlom I ,r,
you
acting was here turned over to Patrons invited to the school buildinsr .
o the nicest, gentlest 1 liver and bowel: now Your druggist will .tell you tliut.ho r
II Miss Nina Carey in charge of social to work. All will be welcome !
nee pupils' cleansing ever experiences) just take ( sale of Calomel I Is aloiuut slopjwI.!:
IF you buy a MIchelin hour. 'Friday at 8 p. m., graduating spoonful you of harmless Doduon'a Liver entirely! hero
Universal and hand us First, was a song by the choir exercises and delivery of diplomas. I a_ _.. _ .. V. r
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as much;, as you'rfc asked to "Home Sweet home"Next Miss Mattie Wilson and father left -- ,
if "' pay for Some tires, we'll a recitation by Mr. McKay. He on Tuesday to spend the. summer with COUNTY AGENT EVANS they will hold\ a meeting at the schoolhouse a
did so well that the audience applauded relatives in Ohio. '
give you back 25 to 30% AND, SUIT. C. E. YOWELLTO in Finny Point, 7:30 In the
until he returned.and gave another Mrs. Grace Cooper and daughter, GO ON COUNTY TOUR
in change. Yet no better laughable one. Elizabeth spent Sunday with Mrs. morning, and on the same day an- 4

k tire than.a Michelin can The balance of program consisted: Sarah Norris 1n the East End.. .. With the purpose of further awak- other session is scheduled for Lokoseeat -
l>e made.. of songs,. music recitations and read Miss Bessie Cox reports the weather ening the farmers and others to the 2 p. m., to bo held at the residenceof '
r ings. I was promised the names of very cold in Connecticut and. wishes urgent necessity of more foodstuff County Commissioner B H. Guy..
those taking part, but failed to receive she was back in St. Cloud. production, County Agent B. E. Evans That night the gentlemen will visit
WIBUMAKINSONC them. 'I can say that each one Mr. W. A. Drawdy spent Monday.In and Supt. C. E.. Yowell will make a Whittier and address the people dt 4
did well and judging from =he applause Kissimmee. trip to several points in the county,. the schoolhouse at 7 o'clock. The following t
the audience was well pleased. Mr. Rull Bass passed through St. next week, where "plant-a-earden" day their activities will be can* ,
fI.I Miss Cary Is entitled to thanks for Cloud Tuesday on his way to Okee- meetings will be held. On the. 16th tered in the Deer Park section. .'
Kissimmee Fla. her pains in getting so much talent chobee. "I
I together.; J. L. BROWN, Mrs Arrowsmith was a visitor at .. r/vvv>jTjxrLj'u-iru-to iru rM"V'E. r *-Y i- -.* ----,-<-*f *>1

Secretary. Kisnimmee on Monday. ....y V VlrlryVVTrWWWTrWV vyTry oooooooooooO- 1
.. Mr HarrY Williama lift last Fri. t.oOtooOi .
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i. which/ an o/lcn bnUalJ In color lut r neon InP .euoiffyi Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs' Fowler assisted Mrsi66eaentertain a i =" "- ..-i
Mr. L.Niswonger-was a caller at the choirs of St. Cloud on

*. Kissimmee pa Tuesday.! Tuesday evening tad Floor I Citizens Bank Phone No. 30.
.. !Bldg.!} ,
-" - Mill Margarita McGill, Who Has Mr. Charles-Frank left for Jacksonville ,", .:.
Stevens Problems Hour by Mrs been for some time pasta: Chicago, on Monday to enlist In the navy. .
Charles de Garno, for seventeen years Ill., arrived home Monday evening to Mrs. D. C. Bower is very much' improved -. The'Leading.GeFeiallnsurance{ Agency In Osceola Co.WE .
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I Ital. C.T.: U. COLUMN I superintendent Cornell College "Y." spend her vacation with her parents. from her recent sickness. .
;; expenses, ten dollars for two weeks Her many friends are glad to see her H. E. Hedrick and Lem Hedrick REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HART, a=
board stud room, parliamentary drill back left on Monday for Vincennes, Ind. FORD, AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE
; The regular meeting of the Frances and music Go to New Smyrna on the Mrs. E..D. French of Ashton spent COMPANIES
ALSO
THE NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Florida East Coast Railway and ; ,
free Wednesday with friends in the East ,
Union held 27 I
Willard
Mrs..Clark presiding.was After April the usualopening transportation nado.will be made to Cora- Ladies' Improvement Club AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, .

L exercises! pleasing reports of End.Mr.. John Andrist left on Tuesdayfor The meeting was opened with LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH, AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- ,
the different committees were made. Demoree Cooper, Coranodo, Florida. his'home in Minnesota.Mrs. President. Cushman in the chair. BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive '
i Here is an opportunity for a good Adams, who has passed the Minutes of last meeting were read J
I? i,, Four new subscriptions were received -I and profitable time, and we .hope a winter here, left Tuesday for her and approved with one correction. The InsuranceALSO
j! ... for the Union Signal. By request -. number of Kissimmee young women home in Franklniville. N. Y. committee on the sale at Mr. Dun
of the national president a tele. will avail themselves of it.- Mr. R. O. Jones left on Tuesday for ham's reported having made $14.. BONDS AND
President Wilson inbehalf LIABILITY.
gram was sent Kansas City, Mo. A rising vote of thankswas then -t
r of the mothers of the nation FISH S'HIPMEJVTS HEAVY Mrs: Newcomb and two children of tendered Mr. Durham) also a letter of IN THESE DAYS OF UNCERTAINTY PROTECTION
.4 who are giving their boys to the coun.try'l Reports from the fish houses are to Canada, who have been visiting Mr. thanks was voted to be sent him. AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE PRECAUTION. :I
service his aid in ;
asking
ing the bill. pass fav. the effect that the shipment of the Newcomb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. The president stated that the dues 1 o "i OJj j
emergency liquor A Stickney, Jeft on Thursday for her Tor each member of the federation of
,' h orite of Frances Willard finny tribe from this section i i. exceedingly -
picture waspresented -
northern home. woman's clubs would be 15 cents J
Mr. heavy, at this time. Manymen per
the Union and .Mrs
r This by are engaged in making catches, Mr.\ Rice and daughters and two capita. Mrs. Metzgar was appointed 1
Brown.
J. Wesley kindly
thoutt'htwas
grandchildren, who have their winter legislative superintendent. I 1
and the shipments
average more than)
much appreciated and a rising 100 barrels week for northern home here, leave on Saturday for New President Cushman suggested th', "
vote of thanks was tendered the do. per Stout Lumber Co.I
markets. York City. building committee look into the cost
nators. .li1rs. Mable Stevens, evangelist, of stucco as a building material. ,
A committee was appointed to secure WHAT IS'LAXFOS who has,been conducting revival servo Mrs. Miller read the plan of a wll SUCCESSORS TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER OO.
new curtains and to attend to a. I Ices in the M. E. Church, left Tues wisher" stating: that the library lot DEALERS IN
( thorough renovation of the Hart Memorial bet home in St.
day morning for on Massachusetts avenue could be sold
room Petersburg./ and the money used building( the YELLOW PINE'
AND
Ih response to many Inquires from Mr. Riley and daughter, who have library if the clug could obtain f CYPRESS A
oun Camp in regard to the FloridaY" passed pleasant winter in our midst, ninety-nine year lease of the city park
to be held June tit to June15th. left for their and the LUMBER
on Tuesday evening library be built in the ">ntex<
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at Coronado-we will
1917 give 1AX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED home at Fayetteville, N. Y. of the park. The matte rwas take-
brief CASCARA
is held
JS history. The camp under Mrs J..G. Hill left Tuesday even up for consideration. Mrs. Marth; Works
of the Woman's Christian Novelty in Connection
auspices A DIGESTIVE .
Union. This is thj LAXATIVE ing to spend the summer at Chautau- George suggested that the club ask
Temperance N. Y. the: of the Board of TradeIn
third year. Its purpose to furnish an CATHARTIC AND Viva TOMC qua I., N. Albertson left on Tuesday building co-operation the library. It is ow pleasure to five yon estimates at all times.

ideally happy, wholeaorle vacation\ ; LAX.Po. Is not a Secret or Patent Medicine morning to spend the summer at Ban- After the business session the meeting Courteous Attention and ,
Prompt Delivery.Phone .
to help each girl to finj; herself. Any but is composed of the following
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Pa., and East Orange, N. was turned to the
old-fashioned gor over program
girl is welcome who is clean in character roots and herbs Arthur Turner and
Mr. andMrs. committee.
and high In Ideals. It is held CASCARA BARK nephew, who have 'spent I the winter Song by Mr Durham. A piano selection 21 Kissimmee Ha.State .

at Coronado Island the famous Indian BLUE FLAG ROOT here left on Friday last'for::, their bv Mrs. L. C.'Riddle. Current y' .
River side and the Atlan-
old
tic on on the one other. Hotels are chartered' RHUBARB ROOT home at Ada.-Michigan. events followed. Adjourned to meet .. t.. :'l\Itr... J&. ... Mr. Van Dusen, who has been a on Wednesday,.May 16th.
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i'. ,ming and rowing. Picnics to Mos SENNA LEAVES JUDGE KRIBBS DOING HIS agricultural line, either for amuse
f quito Inlet, Red Shell and Turtle AND PEPSIN' "BIT" AND DEFYING OLD I' ment or for profit.

'Mound. Tennis courts, croquet tn I. z.Posthe CASCARA Improved"by COLONEL HICOSTALIVIN
grounds and basketball. Fre-a auto I the addition of these digestive ingredi. EFFORT OF MRS. WILLSONFOR Bank
rides by citizens of Coronado and tots making it better than ordinary CAsCARA :. SEMINOLE INDIANS IS
New Smyrna to all points of interest, ,and thus the combination acts not Judge G. F. Kribbs, tho well known REWARDED BY LEGISLATURF 1
including the ruins of the old Spanish only stimulating laxative and cathartic barrister, and popular citizen hag re- "
mission, the oldest in the United but also'as a digestive and liver tonic. ,ce.ntly moved to Me new palatial The efforts of 'Mrs. Minnie Moor/ of Kissimmee
States. A Picnic dinner by the New Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-Fos home, located on hit ten-acre tract on Willson, who for the past many years.
.4 Smyrna "Y. Courses of study: Bihl-, combine. strength with palatable, aro the northern outskirts of the city; has been engaged in a heroic fight fo '
't Mr. Stevens. Round Table Talk with matic taste and. does not gripe or disturb where he and Mrs. Kribbs are entertaining the Seminole Indians has at last been The of the
--t, State President Miss Neal. Special the stomach. One bottle will prove their many friends, all of rewarded, the Florida Legislature eves world:
1r Methods Work, by .Mrs. Evelyn D. LAr-Pos is invaluable for Constipation whom are agreeably surprised at passing a bill providing for the setting,
f;. Cooper.. Character Building,.by Mrs. Indigestion or Torpid Liver. Price' SOc. what they see in many ways, and that aside of almost 100,000 acres!! of Ever J ,0 rare
they have: : not only a.model home!, buta glade land for poor Lo. Three differ
I model rarm: as well, goes without ent Legislatures have thrown the who
on
State man
saying. .The Judge,'who is noted for cold water on the proposition, but this .
75: his interest and success In cultivationof time, which was the fourth effort of
w' years agoreveryone the soil, is not only doing his bit in Mrs. Willson and her able assistants, ,4
these times of stress but has demonstrated success resulted from their systematicand
wore homespun the fact that tine soil of Florida, excellent presentation of the e c
If properly handled, will produce almost proposition. Mrs. Willson, since the
,very foodstuffs a little care passage of the measure, has been receiving SAVESTJAUSE
' and, likewise, everyone used hand-mixed and attention; can be raised congratulations not only from i
' when : right at home on a large or small this community, and from different
paint. To-day, machine-spun cloth
scale, which will keep the wolf away sections of Florida but from various
4'' t is so much better' and cheaper, no one from. the door, so to speak., carts of the United States as well.

,' I would think of wearing homespun. Many'e 9t Eight of' the ten acres are under cultivation I Her work has been unselfish'and untiring

people are still using hand-mixed paint, and now can be seen the and the humanitarian interest .
t, prettiest cornfield, cantaloupes, Irish this woman displayed for the Seminole
because do' know
however they. not that.. potatoes,. _sweet potatoes*.,._lettuce .t boJ.u.L.tLractedn: t1..Qn-wit! atten- fora momentryoungman .
onions, squash, beans, tion. ,
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!;. peas, beets and other vegetables. J. M, Willson, Jr., who has spent a thought self. The
groWing in profusion,"and In consequence weeks at the Capital,in the interest of 1
has he not alone ceased to buy this legislation, will arrive home in a problems that : fr9nt.
; vegetables, but is furnishing many of few days. He wired friends, after the /co .you now, ,or ;
4 o its friends, and later will market bill passed the Legislature, that Gov will few years hence.
ZINC PAINT much of his crop. He not only expectsto ernor Catts said he would gladly sign a ; ,
AND reap the harvest of what is growing the bill. This i Is"a-OOd news inasmuchas
''a 'f sewIL N$ W Ra LONOE* but will continue in 1913 similar Look about tfie of .
profusely now. a measure passed you- men affairs'in country, state, nation-, A i
"' throughout Judge both houses and was vetoed by the yes, in the_.world, are, the men who.tuted to' save early ia life." {
will
'thonr and
n1 save money: the year. The Is of Governor. A pleasant coincident with f' ..
':labor. Devoe Lead and Zinc the opinion, which Is shared!! by many, the' assage'of the measure is the fact They have the respect and confidencef the community ..
. .Paint is simply made of the that you can grow anything on FlorIda that it 'comes almost at the centerfnial ., ; .
t ; rIi i j soil..provided you give it the anniversary. the treaty of the Seminole ** ""
sameingredientsthaoldtime'tiY proper care and attention, and this he nation at Camp Moultrie, which Then look on the other side-at.thY.fellow* who .p Dd'aD they ""flr

,"":' :uainter used: Pure White Is demonstrating. As an ornaments treaty was violated in 1832, and then make-they may have a food time for'a'while, but what does their't

Lead, Pure White. Zinc; and" ion to his farm, flowers of many varieties later, and continuously. This is the personality reflect ;
are already blossom, and first time the Indians have received r '
\ so ,
r Pure Linseed Oil.); The only i inhriu! ' I Ills I set out as to give the homelike placea any enrouraarement In anyway from A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the

Fr difference is that Devoe is Iu "01 most inviting appearance. On the, the state, and the twenty years scent nucleus of honorable J "p
+ mixed by machinery, 500 farm is also to be found an Irrigating.. i I. their behalf by Mrs. Minnie Moore an independent career. ">r, '
"" plant, where the farmer-jurist has in-]jWillnon and others has been reward. Make your. beginning now-today.. ,Your bank ) '.,
gallons at a time. Therefore,' tailed electric and in *1 ; is book will the ". -
I an pump, dry ed. Following. message self-explan- pave. "a,. .
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.it is always absolutely uniform! in strength, I'IIII, I spells waters the crops throughout the!''aoryt .
; color and covering capacity. I field from a 'well which is 879 feet TaI'..* t lsee. May 10..-(Special).- Capital''alock' ..______---______...:i. ,____: __-., 100000.00:

1 t deep and also supplies excellent The bill nrov'd'nflr. for.setting aside Resources over ,-____________-___..;?______. ___ *.400,000.00Officers , v '-
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We -guarantee Devoe,. Leadtand Zinc Paint to be pure. drinking wate,. : I If. ninetv-elrht ,thousand acres in Mon- -
We knoto'' it contain no "whiting, silica 'or* 'other worthless' ] anyone is skeptic, as to wfuit"Flo roe county as Indian reservation forth and Directors t '
materials. .Stop inand ask for CoIotCar da soil wilt produce,'and modern "Semloles of Florida has passed '.,
y : : methods that should be applied N>th bouseseolng through the senateTniHidnv. C.-A.; CARSON, President . M. KATZ and E. LESLEY' "
: either fa "home- rden.-1!farming,' or :-'a"d it is expected-<< be . V-P.-
W. B. ,MAKINSON COMPANY even on .'much larger.scale/will be aimed'by the. governor within a-fewdv ,I ;:ROMA;THOMAS Cashier ,

.wlArg Hat* L NNAfg. WMs; Oar RNs. Pump., Oas Eiiglass a revelation to see Judge Kribbs' place *.. Tn.lf"'lt a bIn setting' aside 1_. 'JW." C.1BRYAN.. ., . 1
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> .- MRR'LVRIDA and the first.appearance of:' the fine,.oval thoniran't acres .more than- the N. a CARSON .M.KATZ,. r .
*. farm will be enough to oDTInMany ,present bill calls for "wma" vetoed "by C.. AJl.EION. H. FLEMING EVlU LESLEY. ,

PAINT DEVOE PAIN I one tlut"this"section 1. 'the'-protmr"; 'tbe-sVrrwr,rift" iI.ia Vaewn that the J. WADE. TUCKER.,Director,, '. ct,,
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1>KUI> UNDER RUCTION *'T-t ANI W. B: Crawford Kissimmee.. Florida. t
I at a mactlnic of the 6T5, UfDNKRAI., \ : STATUTES OS"1 TRIG c IN WITNESS WHEREOF., we. have.
Legal Board ot County Comml..lon.r. of O.-, STATH OF "'LOR.DAa'Nntlce hereunto sit 1617. hands this 8th day 01
I 'I eol& County. Florida, held at Kl..lm.nn April A, D. Atlantic Coast' Line i
AdvertisementsKepAi >.,, O.c.\\>la countYh Florida, on May W. T. MAKINSON' ;
: : 7th. A. D. oard having eonlldenut '.Is hereby tlven that Alex W. B. MAKINSON.MAKINAODSW. .
' a petition theretofore presented Haynes purchaser of Tax Certificates. M M.B.CRAWFORb. Standard Railroad of the South'East .
1I1 to them signed by more than twenty. No. IOI(. 1037 and 11S9, dated the Ith ,, "
rtv. per cent of th. duly registered day of July A. D. 1914. ha. filed .!lId -
:No. tl1. votvri. who are freeholders residing certificates Jn my office and has made STATE! OP FLORIDA
ef t.e Condition ef the within the territory therein and hereinafter application for Tax Deed to !>...><> In BOUNTY: OF OSCEOLA. S3. Through Tourists TrainsTO
4ITIXUMB HANK OK K1H8IMM1SI3 described which It ). propose to nooordanoe with. law. Raid certificates On this
I. the 8.. .f Vlerldn. constitute Into a Special UDall .and embrace the following. lands In Osce before met M. w. Sargent a Notary
at the leet ....1.._ rIg: District, asking the std Board ola County, Florida to-wit: Public, personally appearedV.: T THE EAST' TO THE!' WEST
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May l.t. 1 1T- an election to determTTiej whether Lots 14 and IB. Block 47, Lot IS of MAKINSON.' W. It. MAKINSON M M .
-. or not said b. conatU Block 47. end Lots I. 8. S, 4 and (. of JAKINSON and W. B. CRAWFORD. t.
R__gees'f tuted Into a : ,0'l0a and Bridge Block C. all of Marydla, tie known to be the persons described. "New York & Honda Special"- "Selll lol. Limited""Fla.

f Loans on real ..*tate..___-..$ 94,109.99 District, and the roads and bridges proposed The said lands being alllle..81I'.n the In and Who executed!: the foregoing In."rum..nt n
Iguana on collateral security therein constructed and paid for .ame of S Oray and W. Evgleston, at and acknowledged the execution & West Indian Limited" The SontMaaJ?: ; t
other than real estate__.1 111.801.77 assprcified In 'said petition and the date of Issuance. of said certificates; thereof to be their free act and '
All other loan. and discount 78.8".11I WHKK AS the .a4d. Board having unless said certificates shall be redeem- deed for the uses and purposes, therein, } "Coast !Ijne, Florida Mail" "Dixie United" ,
Overdraft _. .. .. 119.'1 examined considered and rt . *.. *.. mentioned '. },,1,
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county and municipal 'f said petition and found that the IN WITNESS WHEREOF :I hay'hereunto "Palmetto: Limited"- "Dixie Flyer""St
State ., same ,thereon on the llth day of June
? nit hand and affixed .
bond. ___ .no In all my mv"Hi
respects with the n. .
---- complies law A 1911. .
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this the
Ranking .house, furniture and that It Is signed by more than Witness mv hand and official, seal ten., day and ;year above writ' Louis-Jacksonville?pre..

t and fixtures. -,-?- 31,960.99 twenty-fly per cent of the duly registered this the 9th day of Mav. A. n 1914. (Seal) M. IV. 8 A no 1C NT.
other real estate-.- 7.161.10 freehold voters residing within J. L. OVKRSTRFKT
Claim and other resources... 1.4011.114 said territory has ordered. an election Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola County Notary Publlo State of Florida Steel Sleeping Cars, Tampa to Washington,

Due from' and Incorporated exchanges ba.ik(.>r fit,19k.>7Ohecks ] for NOW the,purpose THEREFORE aforesaid notice; U "'ery ,,- CircuIt State.Court of Florida.Seal. St-Et- My Commission Kxplrrs April.,1, tuo Philadelphia and New York. From Jacksonville to Chicago St Louis. ,

848.1I/<
- Cash clearing on h..ndn- -______,_-__ 16,16911>> luld) given on'June'l6th.that a special election will be \ NOTICE FOR PUBLICATIONIeparmeet ; Louisville Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland and Grand Rapid .
A. D. 1817 within .
NOTrea, Op' -.I..r".n.; .nR TAT

Total _,. .'.___..__-------.1299.810.03 It said i Is territory proponed herein described which ,lnlFJI twDEH" : ,.t'W.1'1'4. Awn of the InteriorV. Observation Cars-Dining Cm.
to hri Included In .
said8peclal .
FTK.' KSTATH hn
'L Liabilities toad ajnd. Bridge District to- OK FI.OHIHA. .' s.. Laaal Office at Kalaesvllle. Fie. For' reservations apply to
.<'apltftt Stock paid ln__._____.,;35.00000 wlf April T. IHIT I-
Hurtilus fund ,_.-__ .___- 16.0U0.40 Beginning at the Northwest cornerof A. W. FRITOT J. a KIRKLAND
Undl\lded: profits (less exptnnis Section 6, Township 25 South Range. Nntlce 1 III hereby srlven Hilt v* J Notice 'Is hereby, given that Fran)
,) and taxes paId)..._ 1.011I.811. 17 East and run thence South alonll'the "orber, nurchsser' of Tax 'prllflciiten. M Edna, of, Lokoaee, Florida who n Division Passenger Agent Division Passenger Agent
Individual deposit. subject liange line dividing Ranges 26 and vn, 128. 130 end IS1 d"-" November I 89, 1913 mada llomcstta i W. St. Jacksonville. Hillsboro Hotel
.. .._,__. __ 184.48309 S7, to the :. 138 Bay Tampa
Southwest -t Section '.
Time -- -- corner ly fith. A. r. 1614. has nl.d'.ald Entry. No. 0112DO for Ix>t. I, "4 S"v,. 1
; certificate of deposit.- 44,0770* 31, Township 26 Seutn. Range 27 ISnst;. -">..""""','' In. my office end bee made Lots 1, 6, Sea IS and Nye of Lot I. So
Certified check -__.__...._. 81.86 thence East. along the township line application to.. Tax Deed to issue Innnrnrclnnr lion 24. Township I 31 S, Range 34 F '
p c I".hl..r.a Check Outstanding 91111.416 dividing lownshlps 25 and 26, to the with law. field certificatesmbri Tallahassee Meridian; has nlid notl .. . . ...... . " .'. ... ...... ..o.

tinvlnns Deposits _____,.. 15.920.00 !Southeast' of Section 36 Township ..
: --?-- corner e the following lands In Osce ef Intention to prong'
/ 26 South Kange 17 East; thence ola County Florida to-wit to establish. .aTko r..e.r.r; alioi
"otal _r ________________..U99.610. Southeasterly along the line dividing : described, before. Clerk Circuit Coui
I 1.nts'I, 7. S W'Mr '1. F1"'rldt DvsInn4e.9nd .
tlsceola and Polk "counties to the Southwest Kissimmee Florida '
O'l/s on the 86th day State of Florida. corner of Section 3), Township 27 Subdivision No. 1. Lot .9, May 1911.Clalmallt.
rlinrk .... .
:27. F'orlrtn. Dretnrd ty' On9uhrt PROSPERITYALK1DEAL
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**: South Range 29 ,tOaet thence East witnesses
names as
:
.IJI Roger: Dodl4 ; < < No.
vlnlnn 2. and Lot XI SA
1. Cashier of the along the Township line dividing Land Rack t.awn"ee Kdrls' of Lokoaen, Florid',
Above-named , 21 lorida' Drained Co.'s: SubdUlnlono J. Frank Tumblln of Lokosee'b'lor.
bank. do solemnlyswnarthat Tuwushlps end 28 to th .marR'hl ot .. f.The. ,
the above atatement't true" to thoIK Lake Cypress; thence along the Northern I Ida.
i .lit. of my ,, margin of ald LAke Cypress to the mild lin..o b..ln" assessed In the It, Fl. Willis, of Lokosee Florida
t O U E'R ... center of the canal connecting Lake I name of O H. Kvt.'.1'1. Bnviv and '!t. F U. M. Folk of Lnkoaee. Florida
(3orrect-r-Attest: Cypress and Lake TohopekalliKa. thence "',,"ton, at the date. of issuance of said"ort'flontes ROBERT W.. DAVIS!'!,
w O. T., SINOLETARY. Northerly along the center line of said ; unless. said certificateshftll 17-Bt Register..
K K.HVi1!H. canal to the margin of Lake Toh ;i4 C. W, G1fit i'n. kallga; thence along the Southern and tux deed will Issue thereoh on the 11th NOTICE FOil I'VIILICATION'
Director: Eastern boundary' line or margin of davnf June, A. 1>. 1117. -. '
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Meal': ) : Lake Tohopekallga to the center of the Witness my hand and official. seal I 1 .
ef the
ri Subscribed and sworn to before me canal connecting Lake Tohopekaliga this the 11th day of May, A. n 1817.'J .Deparimeat InteriorV Ideal Methods _

{s this 7th day of May,' 1917.' and Fast Lake Tohopekaltga;. thence U OVERSTRBET, ..
L4".I) . along the center line of said canal to ,I Clerk Circuit 'Court Osceola .County. .. Land Office. n t Gainesville. Fla ::6'fif':- ..
last Lake TohopekaUYn'.1henGeNorthrasterlj \ .' Stnte' ,of Florida April T. III. '
BTdNLkY lILLOCI{ ,. : = Ideal I Results
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4 "" --.t: '- - ..- ---Ul1IJ----ra; E'llY'Bi7-COUVF : 1'--------' :: : 1 200"-Llis -...'rnTflTO _mP3Eg = = -.
Ii I". i
tl My, commission expires October 23rd', hopekallga to a point where the Notice j.l hereby: given that t.awenci : .
.1(120.. Northern boundary of said Lake NOTICM OP IIMCOHPOHATION TSdrls of Lnknsee Florida, who n*
i touches the Range; line dividing' -- August 9. IBIS made Homestead Rntry. '
Ranges .0 -.ud 'Sli-t-hence North elpug| .-,- : : : : No. 011693, for- Lots 8 nn 13 ,.f Bee- SDEA1.Make Your Crops With .a. Profit '
( said Range line to the Northern Notice Is- b"r..by1tlv.," that'the underxlgned lion 12, Township 81 S, Range 34 !ETallajiaaaee ',
T.. D. Reagin Tampa spent a'brtef boundary: of Osceola County, the same will on May 14th. 1917 anplv Meridian: has filed notlc'
t' time in. Kissimmee last Sunday.F being the Township line 'dividingTownships l ) the (Oovernor Florida, for Letters of Intention. Jo: make' three-year proofto Write Per *+*. Hookson
24 and 281; thence West .patent Inrornoratlng ovrselVes, our anloolates establish: claim-to the land above O fLOR IDEAl Grove and.fI.:;"' ..
A along said Township line to the placeof and. nuccessors Into a bodvnolltte described, before Clerk Circuit Court
8 beginning; said description Includ- end corpoe..te nnden the name ofAAKIN8ON Klaslmmee Florida, on the 26th day of ALKIDEAL C-
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer .
ing all of the lands embraced In Com SONS COMPANY. May JK17. .,:
.SEMINCLE
missioner's Districts numbered One ," W. T. MAKIWRON, Claimant; names as witnesses:
:
and Two (2). W. Tl \If A K'NRON. Frank M. Bdrls,. of ,Lokosee, Flor. j CHLROKEE Manufacturer IDEAL FERTILIZERS
GURSON F M. MKIN!'!ir> .
$ PIIRJIIER! of M.' IV. ida : Dealers In ftprar MaeMnerr unit Insecticide..
For the purpose determining W. B.; CRAWFORD.Artlrlea J, Frank Tumblln of Lo'tl'' see. Flor- : ItTILIZ
whether said territory shall be constituted ida ,: '" En '

Into a Special Road and Bridge ef Iaeers>ara4lo* H. R. \VIIII.. ot Lokosee.. Florida a., p Jacksonville, ,FloridahISON
District, and the proposed roads and
Lokosee Florida
U. M. Folk, of ,
.
-we the undersigned: associate .
constructed and for hereby r ii"I
bridges paid as
ROBERT W DAVIS..17Kt &
TOO
ourselves together for the ; r
SELLS specified In said petition and only duly purpose Register
qualified electors, who are free-holders of becoming K body politic .end oor-
residing within said 'territory shall be *>orat under the laws of the State of I FERTILIZER <
election.\ "'lor''''''. and we hereby declare' that NOTICE 0" ATTACHMENTTo .
I Fire .Life Accident .and entitled to/vote at said Th. .he following Articles of Incorporation fRSONYILLQ| FLA ,
: general description of the roads and \
.hllll constitute and be the Charter of ...' C. 0.....'. ... All rvrsonn In4ere .
bridges to be constructed and is >
proposed! .alt corporation. led .; __, e
'Health the estimated cost of the same and the .
.
Plate Glass Lia
manner. In which payment therefor. Is Article I I Notice'In hereby given that.{. ti H
I to be made is as follows: The name of this oornorntlon shall Ingram, Sheriff of Osceola County, In

I ,bilityandBoilerlnsurance.. The road known a. the Campbell be MAKINHON. SONS COMPANY, the state of Florida, have this day attached WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. Local Agents
Station and Loughman road extendingfrom Article. certain real estate' belonging to ..w
the corporate limits of the Town < The principal place of business of F. C. Ooodwln In the county of Osceola ,
Legal Bonds Executed of Klaslmmee City to the Poly county thin corporation shall he In the City and state of Florida, described as follows --.--.-
line, and running through the town of ->f Klaslmmee Oaceola County Florida, : \
i Campbell said road extending through but the Botrl of Directors may estab-
Same Day Needed.: Sections 29, 21 and 32, In Township 26 'Ish branch offloea at from The. 8BU of the BR14. the 8W',4 of ABSOLUTELY' LEAKS
Mouth!: Range 29 East; Sections' 1. 2 and time to time. as may be desired.Article : the SRV4., and the Rtt of the NBW- STOPS ALL ,
3 of Township 26 South, Range ti East; excepting the right-of-way of the
Sections S3.' 88 and 34 of Township 25 III South Florida Railway: In section ill 1
South Rang tv East, and Sectional 6 The period Sot existence of this corporation i and the WM, of the \V Vi of section S3: GRAPHELASTIC ROOF PAINT '
OFFICE: State Bank Building. and 6 of Township 25 South Range 28 shall be perpetual.. all\ being In township St south of rang
East Artlrle IV' It. tiV
Also one mile more or ,"less, on the The general nature of the business of Alsol WH of the NWU. BWU of SOLD UNDER POSITIVE GUARANTEE

' Klsstmmee-St. Cioud road, beginning; ala this corporation shall be to carry.on SWV4. and a half Interest In the NW*
of 'the HWK' of section E. In township 'NOT AN EXPERIMENT. BUT AN PRODUCT
4 point where the hard-surfaolng on of manefacturing ;; ESTABUSHEDJESTED
said road will stop after the completion f \,:: inradulir Importing: and 2(, south of range '9. ,
of the contract which has already been exporting and otherwise dealing In Also: the E% of the'NK14 except Graphelastic will make an oTbkqjgf as good atrfew. Any one can applyit.
:IHE RoRIOAMETALPROWICTSCa one-half acre graveyard) and a half Interest
hardware and Incident
let for approximately Tour mile of <<
road. thereto and any articles: : In the In the WH of the NRV4 and a For 5 years the statuhn rooLffaint of the South. "

MANUFACTURE I The above described roads are to be metal manufacture Is a factor or composition or connected of which with half township Interest 26. south In the of 8EU range of 29.section 6,. OUR PRICES:' Barrels 52 gallons; Dpter gal. Half barrels about'
nine 9 wide that otth'e '
( > feet except part
the hardware business, and to manufacture 30 gallons 65c gallon. Lessjrfan half barrels 75c gallon.
T.METAL .rond to ughman extending from u Import or export, orotherwise You are hereby commanded to appear per per *
the City Limits of Kissimmee to a r X.tlln.1: any materials. : articles before the Judge of the Circuit Court Graphelastic will cover about 200'lquare feet ttribe gallon.
CEILINGS point where the public road crossesthe of Osceola county Florida, on the 2nd
and things, required for or in
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company's connection with or Incidental to the day of July. 1917., name being a rule Graphelastie Liquid Cement I roofs in very bad condition, $1 per ''gaL
CULVERTS SHINGLES right of way at the West end of manufacture, use, purchase and sale day of said court, to answer in an 'action
Craphelastic heavy cernentoO pounds 8c pound. .
the County Fair Grounds, which road of any and all of the aforesaid wares of ansumpslt damages In .the sum per
AMD OTHCft shall be sixteen (16)) feet wide: roadsto and articles., and nlao. to carry on any of $1600.00. In which the Coe-Mortlmer Above prices subject to 10% discount: for caih
be hard surfaced with brick or asphalt
other manufacturing" or distributing Company Is plaintiff and the said F. C .* ,
SHEET METAL block business as principals or agents, or Goodwin I Is defendant Herein fall notor 'JI

All bridges' shall' be constructed otherwise which can be Conveniently judgment will be given against you I 'Gra helastic Manufacturmg'Co.GENERAL :
L where required of Iron cement or carried on In conjunction with any of by _default. .
BUI Ld ING wood. or either or all of said materials, the matters aforesaid. L. H. {NOR IM,

MATERIAL and of sufficient span to meet the requirement Article V Sheriff of Osceola Co., Florida. < > OFFICES I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.aeeoaaaooaa .
'WIII1'C TODAY ANI spECUbrpRCATALOGUE of the' locality aa decidedon JNO. OVF.RSTRKKT, fy _
The amount of the capital stock of
by the engineer In charge of the thla shall be LEwfJ"b k Circuit Court. >a o o..oooo. i
: QUOTATION* work. corporation Twenty-five 'B .

JACKSONVILLE, . ;. .." ".. .FLA.. The estimated cost of such roads and. Thousand hundred and Dollars.fifty' divided shares of Into the two par 19t Attorney for Plaintiff'

bridges Is UOOOOO.OO. and the construction value of One Hundred Dollars each
there of Is to be paid for by the NOTICE OF ELECTION
which said capital stock be paid
Issue and sale of bonds to the amount for In property, 1 labor or services may at a '...
: of 3100,000.00 bearing Interest at the just valuation. to be .fixed by the Incorporators In compliance with the law In such i"
,:Magnolia BalmLIQUID rate of 6% per annum from date, payable at a meeting called for that case made and provided It Is hereby: ; '
aeml-annually; said Interest to be purpose. announced and declared that an election
FACE POWDER. represented by Interest coupons, Artlrle VI will be held at .the Bull Creek Cold Storage for Fresh MealsStorage i j
Said bonds to be serial bonds and are School Florida,
The business of this corporation Hou.e'Mo.ceola countYt
The beauty secret of to be payable at the rate of tll.tJtlto.Ob on for the
shall be conducted by: a President n.r .Mi
; .
per annum tor a period of Twenty Vice-President, Secretary and Treas.firer purpose of determining I h or not .
who know how years. the following described territory phall
women .
and Board of Directors of not
The places for holding said electionIn a become a special school district i Rates December Itt
., to take care of the com said territory and the Inspectors and less than three nor more than seven. via: fax Beginning :

plexion. Cannot be clerks appointed for said election areas Article III Beginning. at the northeast cornerof '

detected. Heals Sunburn follows: Tho annual meeting ofthe stockholders Section One (1), Township: ,>Twenty-: Storage on all Meat, 1.2 cent pound, Fifteen Day; .
shall be held at the principal eight (28) South Range Thirty-four
,stops Tan. Soothing Precinct No 1: office of the oratipn'on the second (34). East; thence In a westerly direction Curing Pork ready for smoking, 1 1.2c. per pound,
I A t cooling refreshing. H. N Hratton.Oeorge Monday In April: of each year, beginning to the northwest corner of Section i
I T. Singletary. with the year 1918. Sir II). Township Twenty-elerht (28) a Twenty Day
Pink ITA/I* 'R.RJ.rs. R. D, Juice InHpectors. Article till South Range Thirty-three S3) East; '
as'11.....". .,"" ssul I!fey.(. Edgar Katz Clerk thence' In a southerly direction to the Curing and Smoking, 2c, per pound. p
The stockholders of this
corporation southwest corner ,of Section Eighteen ,, ; _f .
either color for 2c. Stamp.
Sample ( ) Mall .
Precinct, No t' < at the first meeting or as soon'hereafter ((18), Township Twenty-nine (29)

'IronMf..Co.. 40 South Fifth St... .Y. J. H Joiner, as practicable, adopt the South, Range Thirty-three (5S) East' !
\v. O. nronson !necessary the by-laws for the governmentof thence In an easterly direction to the Bring ua your hog 'the day they are killed. We will do
corporation.
1 U C, Bronson; Inspectors. southeast corner of Section Thirteen;
C. A. Garrett Clerk. Article IX (18), Townshln Twenty-nine (29) ""
j The bl..heat'amount. of Indebtednessor South Range Thirty-four (84) East; the rest.
i Precinct No.8; liability to which thl" corporation thence 1 IIK a northerly direction'to the .
., O 1. Lamb shall at any time he subject shall be point or beginning.And D- .
W C. Senniba. Fifty Thousand Dollars. also to determine who. shall I KISSIMM'EEICE
C. ,'8. Inspectors. Article. X serve as school. trustees of said. dls*
M. E., .Ari'n: Clerk. trlct for two years next after. the election { & STORAGE CO.
I Until the first election of officers the and to fix the number of mills of .
Precinct No. 10: business. of this corporation shall be district school tax to be levied and col
n O Hancock conducted by the following named lected annually for the said, two years:
R. L. Patrick persons:. W, T: Maklnson: President! :The following named persons. were, appointed .o.ttt..o... ... .t.oo'o++.t'OO".OOO'OOOOOOOO
3ESPECIALLY' C. T. Sullivan Inspectors.H W. B. Maklnaon Vlco-Prealdent; W. B to act at said election: P. Relers s
Crawford Secretary; ]M. Jt. Maklnson. HJ. Hancock, and W. R Nettles, .
A. Patton.' Clerk. ----- -- ---------
;:.. Treasurer.---------- *
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r Inspect orrr-S; Ii b1I nJc-Cl.rk. t
ADAPTED '.The names and residence' of the subscribers ....00..0000..0..0000..0..0..0.. ..
Done", and ordered at Kissimmee, Done by order of the Board of Pub .
to these Articles of Incorporation i
llo( .
Instruction of
Osceola county, Flor /a ; ;
Florida 7th of
this! day May A. D. together with the number of
; the Goth day of April. A. D.
1917. shares of the capital stock set,. opposite 117.tht.

For, Your, A.ERNEST F. BASH MACH Chairman. his name. arIL as follows: W. C. BASS, .: .. M. G. KIBBE & CO.FFARM''LANDS (,
CW. Attest
B H GUY W. Maklnson. Kissimmee. Florida. : Chairman. '.
C. E. YOWKLL .
B Makinson'Kissimmee.Floridal0
'State B.FRANK L. I). OVEK8TREET.WALKBR. County Superintendent It-It NORTH AND SOUTH i

Members of the Board of County Commissioners n.wien.ewIJALSBV ... . .

ida.A of Osceola. County Flor NOTICE TO-CREDITORS We hare) a'. bargain 'in a Five Acre Farm, close'in. 1

*. Attest: JOHN OVERSTREET., I. Court. of fce County ......... Oneeeln Six Room well finished Home Barn; Etc. Other food
Clerk, .. ,
t of said Board ( .at", \Met -of Florida.In .
i
ones.
-' NOTICH OK APPLICATION FOR TAX re )I'ate 'of James 'W. Lilly -
Our Instructive Catalogue DfKI: UNHKIl IIIU.'TIO'IJII 5T4 AND Rentals. .
We want Improved Farms Homes
art. (JKNKHAI, KTATLTKS: ,.OK T1IKUTATK To all Creditors Legatees'Dletribhtees ,
"
fl..I..IENGINES
end Weekly Price List OP.FLORIDA, and all Persons having Claims or '
e Demands against. salt} Estate: PHONE 286 '
NOTICE l I. hereby given that A. I* You and each of you are hereby notified .
SEND:: FOR Honeker, purchaser of Tax Certificate, any claims and: demands AKIN AVE. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
No. 328 dated July 7th A,. D..l 13.hasfiled which yoU or either of you, may ,
BOILERS SAW MILLS -
said Certificate' In office and have against the estate of James W ,
l-> THEM TODAY has made application orm.f Peed to sad WOOD WORKING MACHINERY Lilly deceased late of Osceola county ,...0.o.00oooooooo.o..oooo..o, ..o..OOOOO.'OO"ODO.' ,I
,
Issue In accordance with law. "
Florida, to the undersigned executrixof
A complete line of Mill Supplies. and .
Bald
certificate embraces the following
said .estate within two from
Heavy Machinery carried in stock years
NStD.OIe : situate described In Osceola-lands, County.lying ')and State being of for Immediate shipment pet; our the Dated date :March hereof. By order. of EUctrlc'.XJcht. and WaterCommittee. tT". ?execution, 'at'' pub lo outcry, at, I(
prices and catalogue before placing ,17tb.J.'lgiD : Court House In
Florida, towit'Lots : WILDER. J. It. GILBERT. Clerk. the east door of the .
number *7. SK 41 and 44 of the ;your orders. ..' Osceola County.Kissimmee., Florida en
14-9t Executrix. This 13th of 1917 ll-4t
day April .
.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. investment A. D. 1917.
Seminole Land *. Company's MALSBY.'MACHINERY CO., Monday the 7th day of May
Sub-division, 1-2 I hours of sal, to. the
within the legal
.
of SB 1-4 and SB .4 of SB 1 andnd ME I 0-1e >a Bay S).w ...."". .v1U.. Vta.WbsMwrer ,NOTICE! HERIFF>> SALE highest and best bidder for cash,' the

'" 1-4 of NW 1of Section Nine -' following described personal property,

17: H. RIVERS. M..D,' Township Twenty-six (II) South, YOII Head Geserae 'I'oIdG Commencing with. the month of Mar, -Notice U hereby given that by and as the property. of the said Orayetone
Range Thirty (10) East have failed to their to-wltr "
Take' arrow'sTIM pay under virtue of that certain Writ of Hotel Company
'SURGEON The said lands being assessed In the light and water dues In full on or be out of and underseal 1 large engine No.. 11114"1.
PHYSICIAN and name of .W. A. Donmoyer at the date Old Standard Grove's) 'I'uteIeM forethe loth of each month, will be Bxeeutlon of the Issuing Civil "Court of Record.. In 1 small engine No. 11611

Office over'Osoaola Pharmacy Issuance of said certificate: unless said chill Toaios9.'equally' valuable as a P out n delinquent cutout promptlycut and for Duval County. Florida bearing 1 dynamo. ,
certificate shall be redeemed caie of entrlne.
according In fee ofII for
a
.Fhon.r Ruldanoe (I General. Tonic because it contain the date the Itth day of February, A. D. 1 large motor connecting
s to'law tax deed will Issue jtherton: on 0 will be required In addition to 1 .mall motor connecting for .l.e* ',r
Office 14*. the list day of May A. D. 1917. well known tonic pcopertieaOfQUININB amounts due. for lights or water before 1917. Issued In. that certain cause therein L. H. mORAM. . t' .
Witness my band and official seal and IRON. It alts on the lAver Drive recutn Is made. pending wherein Bt James Realty Sheriff Osceola County Florida. *
{s" To Cur a Cold In On* DsyTsk.LAXATIVuBa01O0.1.1..It this, the Itth day of April. A. D. 1111. Blood and This applies to each and every user and Department Store Company a cor ROBERT.CAMJ'BEL4 ..-.
Enriches the By
: UMCvvbMd J: L OVBRSTRKJQT. pat Malaria. of city water and lights. All will be poration trading aa- Cohen Brother Is .
tOP Deputy .
Hndwb .114 work tila( CoW.DricUl Clerk.Circuit Court Osceola. County. 8IIiJ4I ap, the W.Jol .6y.wn.. '' :10 cell' treated alike as the city positively will. I plaintiff.. and Orayatone defendant. I I FRED :M." VALZ. BuerlfL J $*
lee .. St.te.ot Florida not accounts The<< matter will >. corporation le ,
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H &e c. Plaintiff. llMiI
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"'lo d moMT --:1'1: eve levied and will sell to satisr Attorney-for. ,
upon
S. W, OROVS'S. . ..inatur* oa MCk boa. 'tSr (Circuit Court Seal) l4t not toe oolUctor to decide 1' ,
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(Mrs. E. E. Wells, Editor.) ,
Monday, May 14 Eight O'clock p. m. 4*

Request U Made to all patron of the Valley Gazette to send item

'*f Society Erenti 1o the Editor for publication la these col...*. I 1. 15th U S. Cavalry March___..-_Wyman.


P .4..1.1. IOI l . I I. 0 I I I .'. II'. ... I 0 I .t 2. Invocation-High.,_School...Orchestra.._....Dr. W. B. Witherspoon SALE' !

I 0'H4. 3. On the Blue D nube__-_____-.____________Arranged. .by Feari / .
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.+*.****.00..OtOOOOOOO... .0. 00..0 0'0..00.0.00. High School Chorus .1

+ ,MERRY CLASS PARTY a 'a ELABORATE DINNER PARTY +4 4. Gems from the Opera "Bohemian Girr'__....._._..__..._.Balf
O 4 O High School Orchestra

1." 'O.o.o.o .o.o..o.. .tooo..o.ooooO'OOto.o.ooo. S. Address-...-..,._?_Dr, A. P. Montague

6. Sailing ___.___ .__..__._. Marks
'i Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs., L. H ------------- .Godfrey.. STILL GOING ON
Ingram, Mrs: ;A. W. Bailey and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. J, Wade Tucker entertained High School Glee Club -
J. Z. Woodbeck were hostesses Tuesday at an elaborate course din- ,7. 'Essay; "Shtl. !. We. Have Military Training in Our High Schools" ,,
nor at their handsome residence, just
evening, entertaining: the mem- .
:' ben of the King's Daughters Class of north of the city, Saturday evening, in I'' Winner of Fell Essay Medal
the Methodist Sunday School at the honor of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bullock 8. Violin Duet "Pizzicato Gavotte"---------------------3.. Pache \>
Hart Memorial Building., Jr. ' High School Orchestra .. r..

The evening was deliRthfully informal Sunflowers and palms decorated\ the 9. Delivery of Diplomas' -;_Supt. C. E..Yowell Owing to the, fact, that several of "
as is the custom with this organ. living'room and a color scheme of 10. Class Ode :
nation and conversation, and exchange green/ and white was used in the ------.B. Edna CalkinsGraduating our good customers couldn't get in to '"
of and dining Here the Class ,
jokes reporta were enr room table was centered
joyed. A Planting-a-Garden Contest with a basket of Easter lilies J 11 1. Awarding of Medals-,-._-?------_Prin. R. M. Evans the sale this week they not .
was quite in harmony with the present and ferns. Place .cards'were baskets 12. Farewell __--..-----*,--'--------.j:_____-_-._Carl Bohm as were '
I'' agricultural movement, though the an- and umbrellas decorated with lilies of Lois
Johnson' the
1r swers to the amusing questions were the valley, The favors w.>re dainty -J 13, Class Song .. prepared to reap many bargains :
names of flowers. Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan nosegays and boquets, carrying' out --;-_?-_-By Edna Calkins
i. :' I'1' 1the fortunate prize winner and received the color scheme. : ', Graduating: Class v we are offering, they asked, us to continue -, i,
I a,tiny rake as a reward for her Plates ,were laid 'for Mr. and Mrs.\ ;
efforts. Misses Lola Lawler and Irene P. K. Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Claud. EXTRA CREDITS'FOR WORK OTHER THAN REQUIRED FOR it another EIGHT, DAYS, and :f
Ingram gave readings and a dainty ice Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, Mr. and ..
i course concluded thia pleasant event;: )Mrs. Stanley Bullock, Jr., Mr. and GRADUATION ...r(. this we are going to do. We are satisfied (,
, Among the guests were! J. WadeTucfcer Mrs. Gay Livingston, Col. and Mrs. Graduation With Merit.
( Miss Ethel Hall, Mrs Lane Lewis O'Bryan, the Misses Lucy L. D. Geiger 1 Credit with SMALL PROFITS. Same
Abby Harris .i jj 1/
Paulk, Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan, Mrs. G. Witherspoon, Ethel Hall, Lola' Law- z Credits 1
W, Persons Mrs. J. J. Woodall, Mrs.X er/'Anne Carson. Messrs.' Kenneth goods for less
< ; II. Summers, Mrs.. Guy Gardner, ]McPherson Walter Lee, Albert Graduation: With Distinction: money.QyiOKIAtESandSMALI.
Mrs. E. E.,Wells, Misses Elon: Juice, Bearden and Mr. Garrett. Sheldon Johnson. 2 Credits Lois Johnson, 2% Credits ----
Mary Ruth Clark, .Cleo Wooldridge,
Nina D. Bratton, Oukla,Malloy, Elsie .f Harold Herzberg 2i} = Credits .
r Qrtotrraltiaude:. nr1.nuiaeTlsa ,:t: tT..t"-rJ::;::;:;;:b ;;' <- ,. '...'__." "' ';!'n''W'I'1' : .'lIIi'.1--.i.r'I: ; '''I>'.1.....,. I
I Virginia Tiller, Lola Lawler, Irene . Graduation With Honor : : ::PROFITS: :l
,1
Ingram TALENT.,.. ,... .TEA., ... ...'.... ... aMrs. r
and.Geneva
; .. '
f I Roberson.; Traracgpliailgy! '" ',"'"* .:.'. .*.' M ,1f -- i.*"" -: > "' '.{ >faAmy.M4iptoq: 4 Credits Edna Calkins, 3 Credits ,
Elsie Dietz. y/2) Credits Laura Thomas. 3 Credits 1
. . . . . "
- Manic Witherspoon 5
? 99'9 ....... .rt.. Credits White Canvas Shoes
Sarah'Cahoon add 1 Mrs. J. Bea. 98c j
r t DANCING PARTY 0 man were very pleasing hostesses ft. __________.__._.. _
-p--- ----
pair. .. .
O a Friday' afternoon, entertaining the )
t
*c ..0.00..000.0000..00..0 Talent Tea at'the home of the former aaa00 4ar OOooo+++', o 0000. Co< : )
'''ifc Mrs. J. D. Clark entertained Saturday In North Kissimmee. The Misses Fir. oC> + Ladies' Coat Suits Skirt and :
man had < IN HONOR OF MRS. MARY E. "oC MOONLIGHT\ PICNIC
arranged an interesting
program $$1.48
with
evening dancing
a a merry < HARMON O _
which was well presented and +
her Coat
complimentary to ,
r party guest the afternoon was concluded with de : : < < OOOOOt'ooe oo OOi .
Miss Thelma Osborne, who is visiting ....OOOO.OOOO ..Oo.OO.O ;
.r hero from Anderson S. licious refreshments of guava ice i --::-
C.'
(cream, cakes and tea.Attend.ing Mrs. Mary E.. Harmon was highly The the A
; ,The rooms .were attractively decorated honored Wednesday afternoon by the members of Westminster Beautiful Line of New Dresses Received -
r with pink and color the tea were: Mrs. J. Willing Workers Class of the
a Presbyterian
-
green McPhatter; Mrs. G. D. Boone, Mrs. R. Sedgwick Circle Ladies of the G. A.,,
scheme, carried out in cut flowers.Punch Sunday School-
hall( gave a moon this week.
M. R., at their in the Casino Building
was dispensed throughout Evans and son, Robert, Mrs. A. light picnic at (East Lake Tohopeka-
1 'the evening from Cotterman and daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs. Harmon is a valued memberof liga) St. Cloud, last
a daintily appointed Thursday even
f table in the dining room and cakes Mrs. C. H. Summers; Mrs. D. S. the Circle and fills the position of ing. The outing -was given in honorof Mustard Colored Skirts
Marks, Mrs..D. G. McKay, Mrs. Guice,i organist as well as secretary. She Miss ,
r were served late in the evening.During' Amy Makinson and Miss reQZagg$
the intervals between Mrs..A. A. Wemple, Mrs. Belle Modie, was unaware that the meeting .was Manic Witherspoon, who are to graduate ceived this week
dances, the Mrs. J. L. Beaman, Mrs. Sarah Ca- other than a regular session, and expressed from our high'school ,
young people enjoyed conversation Monday
hoon, Mrs. surprise when the presiding
on the verandas. S. S. Phillips. Mrs. Rosa night. May 14. The shower late in
At the Misses Thelma Woodall, Misses May and Minnie. officer requested the balloting march. the afternon did not
were: the
party Firman, and Vashti Harman. As each member passed the altar they dampen MEN'S 50c UNDERWEAR 39C
Osborne, Lottie Clark, Carolyn Fripp, placed a dainty package on it and at ardor of the 'party, nor did it. inter-
fere with -
Violte Bullock Corrie our plans.
: Cannon, Dot '
the sounding of the Mrs. Van
and Joe Makinson, Marperet and Matte .O Ott .O.Oo OO OQOd"! Duzer gavil. Following are the names of tho s
Stanford Kathrine + stepper forward and presentedthese present: ,
Carr
Margeret '
4 Lee, Mamie Pilley, the Misses A loin of 4 FAREWELL RECEPTION a fitting gifts little' to speech.Mrs. Harmon'Mrs. Van'with Dozer a Mrs. W. II, Prather, Mrs. 1<. P. But
'Orlando, Mrs. J. D. Clark and Mrs. H. 4 0 spoke feelingly of what had meantto ler, Miss Lucy Witherspoon, Miss Dollar Limit StoreG.
'y 'C. Playno ,Messrs. Edgar 'and Frank 4444444 Manie
; O OOO.'OoO the Circle to have this energetic; Witherspoon, Miss Amy Makin
1 Bryan Lawrence and Roy Carr.! Ted '-' capable member among them and with son, Mrs. J.V.. Evans, Miss Marian
'
i Estey, John Lee and Raymond Beard- The farewell reception 'given by what deep reret they had learned of Porter, Miss Mildred Turville, Miss
en. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton at the attractive her approaching' departure. She said Bess Moseley, Miss Jessie Padgett,
.' o.o..oo.t Hamilton home in the Lake'Shore addition the loss would not be confined to the Miss!! Nellie Best, Miss Medora Russell -
O'OO'... Saturday afternoon was largely Circle alone, but that church circles Miss Lola Kenton, Miss Mildred W. PERSONS CO.
a<< '.:..O' .OO.O"j. attended by her friends who called to and the 'community will greatly feel Anderson, Miss Mattie Bandy,. Miss
MEETING Kathleen
.
OF Bearden.ChaperonsW
N say good-by.: and to extend many the loss of an enthusiastic worker.
O CLUB good wishes to the gracious hostess Mrs. Van Duzer then presented the .. II. Prather, B. E. KISSIMMEE' : : FLORIDA
t 0 who has added much to social Evans, A. E. Beard-n, ...Nelson Mak .. :
I circles pretty packages to the surprised organists '- "
..'O .OoOO.OOOOOO OOO.++ here the past winter and who is leav 'as inson, Gary Brown.'Valter\Thomaa.l\
a' : .. ; ,"
,doneIorptheaCrcle. -, !! {.It IMA ':"'I ;' : )
lag for her Toronto "
A'plea ant meeting of the Priscilla home. i what you have !'] '
Club was held at Mrs.Bratton's homeon < Miss Kathrine Carr assisted in serv The packages contained;pretty;\hand4kerchiefs. ,;-"A dip in tne.iaKeFnn' < ; [ ;read ."''',''''''',',,.'.','
;
after ; ,,
the > ... -f-- ,. .,\ coming out o'ltfwere, -If';; "\ .j
ing with '
Brack street; Saturday afternoon guests tea! and cakes. :;? ' owni *' T tw .
ing joy of the "
trip. !
and though the threatening weather --------- Special For d' -

} Y prevented many from attending, .
tho eswho braved the shower OOOOtooooooo.oooo.. o ooto.OOO 4 444aa4 "
promsiec}, < +: .
>C+H< (oa) One WeekDelineator

enjoyed an old time.vlsLt. !i You Will Want More Than One. Glassof ; oC 0 PLEASANT' MOTOR PARTYMOTHERSTEACHERS 0' .


0a4444.... 44444404040440a444o .
Mother's'-Jay I x our delicious soda water. I(1111111fi11111 I I!!!I 11l1ml 1 n'''JI! 111111111 'i + .

+ It .is so good you can never _all ria. tl.., Twenty-three members of the Bar-
get enough of it. And iris acca Class of: the Methodist Sunday
; $: May 13 and I school motored to Sanford Sunday One Year for '
wholesome
pure, We" ) morning and visited the Wesley Bible .
use the best of everything class of the Methodist church there. ?
. i White Carnations, $2.00 per Dozen. in its manufacture. You i Dr. L, R. Phillips, teacher of the class, 90 '
extended a hearty welcome' to c
the vis-
r Pink, and Red Carnations, $1.75 will also like our Sundaes, itors and P. K. Weaver and A. Gustuoresyonded \ '
i, per Dozen. with interesting talks, and
r Phosphates, Melted Milk, invited the Weslevans to 'retUrn tho
etc. All our drinks are the visit at an early
MILLS THE FLORIST best. Remcber Those making the trip were: P. K.
f we have a Weaver, A. Gustus, Stanley Bullock, ,t-INC.
,
new Sanitary' Fountain.'PALACE.. Jr., Charles Persons, Ralph Turner, C. W. DANN. Mgr
.L INC. Dewey Sumner, Walter Bass, Elmo
Griffin James Olliver, "Buck"
f. Payne, =
: 36 W. Fonyth St., DRUG STOKE Will Mason Tiller, Eed Estey, Murray .
I Overstreet, Carlyle Bronson, 'Ear l e
1' : JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Cowger, G. P. Garrett Bert Wells, '
OTIS STEVENS Mgr. John Cooper and Bradley Harris.' G O GOTON-E

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to 0 a CLUB ++ SKIN W HIT E N E R

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:,,, ,' Program at the Hart Memorial, 2c BOX FREEA '
,",,'".' ,:"."' ,. ),'iN''l", I, ..,', 3:30 o'clock: p. m., Friday, May 19. ,
." ': ;F W.Our B. Makinson National and State Parks, Mrs. Skin Bleach Whitener for dark or brown skin removing -

As the Clock Ticks } White Good Parker.Roads and Waterways, Mrs 1 all blemishes and ,clearing swaVthy or sallow com-

The Seminoles; Mrs. M, C. Bryan. plekions and causing the skin to Grow Whiter' Don't envya 'r J
t "Florida,:? reading, Mrs. J,,E. Lup- clear
"
>, I fer. complexion, use Cocotonex\Vhitener and have one.
.tI .. Reports on these subjects, '
,' touching WHAT USERS
THINK OF
.I COCOTONE
conservation, will ,be ,based upon re '

The Fellow who won ,renown ,through" the. epigram, "Every man ports. given by the-State Federation. Cocotone Co. Macon, Ga. Cocotone, Co. Montgomery. , Ala.

Tdday, May 11, there will be a bust Dear $irs: Send me by return Dear Sirs: I find that' Cocotone
i has his opportunity. ," was, only partly right. He should have said, ness meeting at the regular hour, 3:30p. mail two boxes of Cocotone .Skin Skin Whitener is the best prepara-
.> '' .,* ,.. ' m., at the home of Mrs. S. L. Lup- Whitener and three cakes of Coco- tlno I have ever used to clear the
' fer, Sr.. tone Skin Soap. They are fine and skin, and wish you would mail me
s t "Every man has his opportunity-every minute. .' I do Hot car-3 to we without them. two boxes at once. .

vf,. '' t..O.O"tOtOOO. . .Ot.'OOO Enclosed Is money order for $1.25. Signed) MRS. C. P..JOHNSON.Do .

Your opportunity, "kept: constantly before'you. by this bank and' ; :',',. ',:". ''? *.'IN HONOR OF + Yours truly, not" accept' substitutes or imlta-
,. ',,'It,, ";',,.;1', .': ,.:\'.," 0 ,MISS. OSBORNE + CLARA M. JACKSON lose

..,. i r $ the big clock reminds, you every fifteen minutes. ',' '-" "'.,. ,"S'.,':21,;: ''' .''. O.OOO.'OOO'. Ot.. O..O,O Waycross, aaj. CUT THIS OUT '- ""i.in "i.
'
', Cocotone Co.' THE COCOTONE CO.,, .
.
::1.4, Mrs,'J. D. Clark'and'Mrs.'' '. 'H. C. Dear Friends:' :You: Cocoton Atlanta, Ga.

., ',. .:o.14\'11'f'\ ,." ,>..;.. Playno chaperoned a party, of girls Skin Whitener is the finest thing I I ,have never used Cocotone
a trip to Lake,Conway Friday afternoon ever saw. My skin waa very dark, Skin Whitener, but if you will send
: ;; ".,, \', in honor of Miss Thelma Os and the first box: : has made it many me a 25e box free, will be pleased
"
'BANK'ii borne. The bountiful picnic supper shades lighter, and my'' friends all to try, It. I enclose six 2c stamps
l.4fhl$l..n .ICl which followed the swim in Lake Conway ask
me what I have been using. to cover cost of-mailing',
,
packing,
,
added much to the
.' pleasure of the Enclosed you will find $2.00. Please etc.
;; event.' a ,send me six boxes of Skin
.;: "OF KISSIMMEE "j' "' Misses'Lottie- Clark her guest Hiss +ener and two cakes of soap WhitName _.;,._,....'..:;_,,_.__,.__.,.- ,

Thelma Osborne, Violet and 'Dorothy .r Yours truly, Address ......_?_:;;..,,..._...__.__
-.,,: Bullock: and Margeret Lee weN In th
'- '. e. ANNA M..WHITE. AGENTS WANTED ',
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