Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: May 18, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00803
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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FOKYOUItHOMENEWS', "' '" "OSCEOLA....... ....AND. ....KISSIMMEE.........,..." I


Florida') Greatest Weekly EVERY GOOD CITIZEN(

had OSCEOLA JOURNAL Cas.lldated' 11 IMS. '
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y'' JL D. Geiger Gets II CLASS OF '17, OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL J George Ball Takes '

the Fell Essay Loving Cup ForAmateurs


1LORENZO \ : -

Dr. A. P. Montague, Head of Second Annual Tournament

Columbia College, Principal Big Succe *--New Record m

Speaker--High,School Get Made-Next-Meeting .

Additional Scholarship. At Jacktonville.

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(Mrs. E.. E. Wells 1 ) ;;+++++++++O-O-OOtO+t+HooOOO+ '

the evening every -
EARLY seat in the school 1

was ,occupied Mon- Stats Championship--George-Z

.--,,. .-vpp .day,..night.,4when, ,;..the patronqof -' .O Ball, Miami,.wtihi Charles*-.Sand.-..*=,-0O +""".".,,._....,
'r. "Ft7P1l1rCIS"U"tunri'er'; ;
the school assembled to listen to the
John Hansbrough Tampa OO
; graduation' .of the:191T\:11BfJo very Awarded longest.. >unloving cup' OO
pleasing processional replaced the offered by Turner Evans. OO
ordinary raising of the curtain with u Walter Huff, Macon, Ga., took OO
class seated on the stage they prize high professional average, O wO
which is the beautiful loving cup 4
appeared from the west. entrance, 0 offered the '
by Cray.ton"J Hotel.J. 0'
ushered in by,the juniors, who marched I DOW GEIGER ,LOIS ROBERTA JOHNSON *i MANIE W. WITHERSPOON KEROS SHELDON :/JOHNSON O B. Barton, Atlanta, Ga., won *

by twos carrying streamers"in the I O low professional prize offered ,by OO
formed in columnon Turner Evana. OO
class colors, and a
John Hansbrough and George 4
either side of the main aisle, while 4 Ball tie for rifle trophy given by 4O
the graduates passed through to the S., B. Hubbard Co., Jacksonville., 4O
stage. Ball also took 'u'se of shells of. O.
Here were seated Dr. Montague of a'az7r' ."., 'fered by Consolidated Grocery
the of the \ O Co., Jacksonville. O
Lake City, principal a "'
en.ning. the high school faculty, Supt. uti oOo" Winners of Dupont'trophie. on OO
'C. E. Yowell, W. C. Bass, chairman of I ... long runs: J. J. Nelson, Jackson.
the county school board, and the pastors villa; W. T.'Laslie, Charlotte 4 yO
of the city., C.; Walter Huff, Macon Ga.; G.,O
Decoration -0-'W, Overstreet, Kissimmee. Tame O
"Appropriate ,. oOo'pa team won case of shells offer'ed 0O
The decorations of the room were by the Peninsular Grocery,Co., O
wholly in keeping with the times, for 4 Tampa and'.1 ack80nville. 4
back of the stage directly in the cen 4 OO
ter, hung a picture of President Wilson Officers Elected O-
with an appropriate: accompaniment : r 4 PresidentJ.. G. Anderson "
of stars and stripes. These were '
? tt t Tampa; vice-president, David *
flanked with shields upon which rested 4 Deen, Jacksonville; r-crtarv-
the American eagle, poised. for'flight. V s 1 4 trea.urel'l. Reynolds Beckwith. 4
Then more flags, and as a frame/to a 0 Tampa. Next meeting to be held *
this significant picture, were draped l -0- in Jacksonville: 4L
k ti ,long ,streamersrof the national colors.' tI- : 4.._ -1---S' '..
Dr. Montague's Able Address 1--- O tt.. ... .O." Op.O.J

Dr. Montague was introduced by R
Prof. R. M. Evans, as "a polished --
speaker, an upright Christian and one EDNA WEBBER CALKINS ELSIE.MATILDA DIET:, :.::.. 1f1..1anM" U the: Mecca for 'th"gunmen"
of the best all around men in the .. PRIN. R. M. EVANS
!' state," and a round of applause. greeted I Osceola High School of Florida this week with a.,'
the holding ':.
+ his appearance. of the second annual

Dr. Montague commended the audi tournament of the State Trapshootera

ence for the profound, interest it "' Association, under the auspices of tho.
evinced in this ecbool and
Interstate Association, and In direct
said It was an inspiration to see the
community so alive to its educational charge of the local gun club.,. A good
influences While the' speaker's representation of the enthusiast 'of'
-thoughts were presented with characteristic ,,.w, ;; -the elullive.ela,. bird smashing sport r
eloquence, couched In the __ 7 from different sections of Florida Is
choicest English, they were wonderfully ,_,1 on hand, as well as a sprinkling of
practical 'f "' r 6h some of the leading professionals' of, "
He said that education must stand the South. Much care has been taken
first for Unsullied manhood and ,pure E H t by. the Kissimmee "cracks" to leave : "
womanhood, as well as mental growth. nothing undone,'which would tend to
He said it must teach patriotism and : ( the pleasure of;the visitors, and the e
loyalty to our country and its flag; grounds on Lake Tohopekaliga, whichare
then he touched the very heart strings reputed to be the best in the state*
of the' audience while he mad a plea for that purpose were placed in "ap-
for loyalty for the old folks at home, pie-pie" order, new traps being erected .
the parents who sacrificed almost the x d' as well as accommodations not only .',J
necessities of life sometimes to make : for the participants In the shoot, but ;
this-education possbile. ..... the public'as well. The visitor are
He received the'Instant approval of loud in praise of the treatment received -
the audience when he sounded the slogan and the many courtesies shown and ,
of loyalty to our state and said, after the second events closed, all "
'*'Do not be forever talking al>"+it the --- were taken care of in such a hospit.,
state you came from as though it were able manner as to impress all visitors ,,' ,
goal' of your soul's desire, but be proud AMY WAUGH MAKINSON LAURA'BAKER'THOMAS HAROLD B. HERZBERG, ABBY PEARLE HARRIS that Kissimmee hospitality la hard to '
of the state in which you now live, by beat. During the tournament .
_____ ._._ many
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its and n "
appreciating advantages "" people from the surrounding sections
studying its needs." PORKERS FOR THE BOY visited the city, and marveled at the
He made a strong plea for the colleges 1,000 ACRES SWEET POTATOES" CANNING DEMONSTRATION
PIG CLUBS',ARE NOW BEING fine marksmanship displayed by practically -
and institutions of higher education AT COURTHOUSE NEXT '
everyone taking1 part in ,the '
of Florida, which,he.aid "are t RECEIVED BY THE MEMBERSThe A GOOD SLOGAN TO TIE TO TUESDAY MORNING AT 9 sboot. , ,
only high schools, grown a little higher The records,which are being madeare
," and urged upon the young peoplethe Osceola County Boys' Pig Clubis -!- Miss Albina Smith who: has charge I far above the average, a number .t-

duty of supporting these--rather now starting out in earnest, as theyare If there ever, wa a time in the history of this community when the of the Home Extension Work for Os of the amateurs "cracking" away at, :
than entering similar schools in other receiving the fine Duroc-Jersey ceola county, will give a demonstration such a rate that the professionals: are J
states. stock which was purchased some time farmer should take advantage of opportunity, it it nowPLANTSWEET' at the courthouse:next Tuesday highly pleased, and the latter, in some i'
He rounded out his fine address by morning at 9 o'clock to which Instances, had to put on some "extraspeed" ,
Evans the
ago by County Agent while inAlabama.The.AratsbipmenLwane. POTATOES. 1'
stating that the noblest. lesson which Operations should not be confined to a "measlypi.lcb is cordially invited'whether'' inter to keep up with their reputa t
*" ducation'-could-bring --was-belief-,'- "" ;:* t.ona-.TheJacLhaa..beeD-eatablished.[ .. ..
loss -- ested-irv the-work-I'O-f\ot.- -Merchants ,
God and loyalty to the Bible; then]1 ceived by Ernest and James Oliver argt7 acreages should be put'm. and this at once. Prices have suggested that they would be that there is a marked improvementi.\;.'

closed by urging the young' I enthusiastic members of the club, and will be soaring, skyward; 'it is not too late to plant the vine and get a glad to give the home-canned products in this class of sport over!I previous ,
"make religion the every day businessof others will arrive within a few days preference,should enough be years. The team work ,is excellent :r.t
your life." The Oliver lads received two fine gilts crop; they are easily and cheaply grown in this state; they are not expensive tbem to make it worth while.supplied each determined to.carry off the laurels ;;J-
L. D. Geiger Winner of the. Fell Essay I and one boar. Much interest is being to plant and require minimum of cultivation they of while' the individual shooting' '
; are one
Medal manifested in the movement, four INDEPENDENT brought about some new records The 2'J'
A quaver of excitement !! teen boys having taken, hold in a determined the main source of food, can also be used for' feeding livestock and AUDIT CO. delegation from Tampa, Jacksonville, .:
,1, through the: audience as Prof. Evans !; manner, and they are being: will fit in very nicely with the national program of planting every acre OF TAMPA GIVEN JOB TO Orlando and other cities are "right on .
rose to read the Dodd, instructor of English in the county. iCENTRAL to some food crop. Sweet potato draws or slips may be planted at anytime Cloud boosters are not too modest to.. ",

,State College for Women at Talla- , from March to July; If these are not available vines will be Work of making an audit of thecity's admit that they have a set of trap- .
hasee, which. ,would'announce the win .O'ot.OOO".o W4044404P'1 books will be commenced withina shooters that any community mightbe t
ner of the beautiful. Fell medal. Mr. found very satisfactory. For the late plantings vines will give better short time I by the Independent Audit' proud of .
Dodd wrote that it was with difficulty .> FLORIDA HIGH oO' results than the draws or slips.. They will do well on almost any kind of Company of Tampa the finance committee This is a registered state tournament ,"
that he had selected one essay as the WAY MEETS IN KISSIM-, drained soil.There I of the council haring! made arrangement to which the Interstate Association "
best, for one other seemed equally as > SIMMEE JUNE 13-14 to that effect. The audit has contributed $25 in cash $75 tin
good, but after reading these over several > h 4 are hundreds of acres of land in Osceola county allowed to ,, will cover period of four years, during trophies and $50 in the win ';
times he pronounced the essay 0 The semi-annual meeting of 4 which time officials have at various ner or runner-up of the Interstate As. ', .i\.
written by L. D. Geiger the winner as > the Central Florida Highway Ar grow up in weeds Around Kissimmee alone thousand acres of sweet times made the request that their sociation's State Amateur Champion-.

having "a more adequate presentation 4 sedation will be held in this city potatoes could easily be grown. Why not get busy and make all avail- accounts be checked.GARDENERS' '. ship event, conditional upon the winner .
v of the subject.The closest competitor > Wednesday and Thursday, June or runner-up attending the Grand ...
to' this was'written by Miss Edna 0 18 and 14. President T. Ed. O I able land produce a' good crop; of sweet potatoes? It is,an opportunitythat VOLUNTEER American Trapshooting Tournament"
, .Calkins. The work of 4 ,Bryan of Tampa, communicated and competing in the National Ama
Harold Hert- should! not be overlooked That the land 'in this section is especially .BRIGADE TO HOLD BIG rt
< berg and'Mlss' Amy Maklnson was. 0 with H. Clay Stanford a few daysago I teur Championship at single targets.The .
, specially by Mr. Dodd. > asking the latter to name fitted for truck fanning'cannot be, disputed.';, Much has been ,MEETING ON WEDNESDAYA I Interstate Association revised
L. D. Geiger then gave the logical l : O the dates which would suit the l learned i in the.past.-then why,not (fake dvantage'and benefit in the trapshooting rules governed all
.well thought out.essay, which surely >-people her beet After,talking future): meeting will be held at the court events. The Kissimmee Gun Club has-
merited the high praise I it received. 0 the matter over. with some of the OO ... house square Wednesday morning at given trophies for high professionals'
Diplomas, and Medals Delivered ,leading citisens.'the,dates above A start has already been made., Up until a few day ago according 9 o'clock in charge of County AgentB. on total targets,. and low gun on total
.K mentioned were decided upon. E. Evans and Miss 'Albtna-Smith. registered. targets. The Dupont Pow'
Supt. Yowell delivered the diplomas ..> The meeting will be a most imO io'County Agent Evans: the approximate acreage in tweet potatoei, agent for Home Extension Work, to der Company offered a number of trophies -
iJ to the graduates and Prof. Evans" portant one. Is to be largely attended O in Kissimmee i* something close to 400.. Lets not stop until'it's up tot which thepublic is cordially invited. while T. II. Evans 'who last 4 ;
medals for
. awarded the the pastMiss ..> and 'corps'just a few Thia, will be In the nature of a Joint year won the state championship donated '
Drear's work. Christine Ivey, received ...* days. before ,the..$100,000 good + t,000; acres"': .work to thai end. and you'will"find that the slogan referred session of the boys who organised for a silver loving cup for the'Ionic 3:

i the general excellence medal .' roads.,bonding election' to above i is a good one to tie to.; Think the mattef. over, and then. agricultural purposes a few weeks ago run event.' The Grayston ,JIoUl *
and th 'girls of the community,who
s, ,(Continuod, Pag Three.}, 04. 40NH4HHo4448NM0. t, + Ut J "EVERYBODY! GO TO want,to enlist! in this, laudable, work gg(i' :(Continued; on Page, Four) ...t' f-''\Jl'flOOO '
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*' ABOUT,$60,000 a
'" The Irish potato 'crop in this<
R section 'is.coming to a close, 4 -
1 BURLY NEGRO a about two-thirds of the yield having <
,, been shipped. It is estlmat- <
a ed that the growers will realize 4' .
J 4 in the neighborhood of $60,000. .
; Sheriff Ingram had a lively time Some of the growers have gotten <. _ _ _ _
,.'II with Henry Brown, on the outsKirts of .s many as eighty barrels to the 4
the city Tuesday afternoon the latter '<, :
acre, but from all reports obtain0 -
It succeeding in getting away from the ed, the average yield per acre 4 cols, t el5'f. 111ty3''! u ,
t !officer but was recaptured that night 4 was about sixty-five\ bal rels. One < CkrA STA1N i ( t hi '
.veral, ,miles from .the city by L.;: R. planter realized almost $9,000 C. DINT if
f farmer and Marahal Overstreet, and from a IB-acre tract, with several 4
lodged in the county Jail. The negro 4 others a close second. Sheriff InC .
U an escaped convict from DeSoto 4 gram, who has twenty-five acres <* I''

I county. 4 in the 'spuds, began shipping in 4
, It seems that while driving through 4 earnest during the week. He es- 4
the woods Sheriff Ingram came upon 4 timates that he will get not less 4 Partial List of Pee Gee A Pee Gee Finish for ',Every Purpose f
_I i ,1 the negro alongside the road, and recognizing than sixty-five barrels per acre. < Guaranteed .__
Finishes -
r ,
1 Brown as an escaped convict 41' 41 ".
topped his machinate make the ar ...0000000000.00.0000000.. "Whether you are Intending to build re-paint your house re-decorate '
f. t rest. Brown also recognized the sheriff Pee Gee Fblkoitt for Interior your rooms, reflnUh your woodwork or floors, Pee-Gee Finishes will +,
and in a jiffy the two men were in GRADUATION NUMBER Walls and Ceilings, give you lasting satisfaction at lowest cost. Remember two- FREE ,4
a desperate encounter which lasted UTOLAKEAN SPLENDID Pee Gee China Enamel lor thirds of the cost of painting is labor and one-third paint.' '"
\ < several minutes, the negro succeeding ISSUE JUST OFF' PRESS Interior Woodwork Therefore. it will pay you to use Pee-Gee GuarpnPeeCeeSpecincatlonVarnishe r
by main strength in wrenching the teed Paints and Finishes.Thf ., Beautifully illustrated

pistol from the sheriff hands, and The May number of the Utolakean,, Pee Gee Floor W. book '-.c,"I
k then made a get-away. Ingram then the interesting paper published b y Pee Gee Penetrating Dystsln 'M M& NT ,' 'Homes and "'
came 'to town and with his deputies the Osceola High School, is just off Pee Gee Porch Pslnt 3'fll1J as.8" .1 How to Paint oj,
'f' gave chase after the fugitive. A con- the of the Valley Gazette oprinting b OJ I
,' tI siderable crowd of men and boys, who presses department, and is being JIB., Pee Gee Semi-Paste Roof. and KinJ" TTtmt _,. them." Ask also ,
had learned of the encounter hied tributed. Being graduation number, i it Ban Paint for sample wood ,'jPeeGeeCreoStalnforR'

; themselves to the woods, and for sev- is one of the most interesting publications 00,. la the'unadulterated combinationof Mantle Paint presents' a uniform, panels ,. color }'.y

.. eral hours quite a good-sized posse gotten out by the editors, reflecting Pee Gee Adamant Floor Paint fluent Pure White Loud" ZINC- hard, beautiful I. enamel-like cardeete.of.ny Pee Gee Finish
", was looking for Brown, who probably credit upon all who had a partin F Pee Gee Wagon and Implement OXIDE; and genuine Linseed Oil II finish, that resists the weather desire ',I "
t 0 would have fared badly had he been the compilation of the pamphlet, r. rt' In correct proportion CONTAINS 'conditions In any ell I mn to. It you or write may for same,
t'f \ captured by these. Dogs were taken which contains thirty-two pages of L Pee Gee Porll iwJor Concrete llIGllltST PERCENTAGE OF ZING, does not discolor fto flat or peel to I' E A S I. E.:-
I to the scene, and it, was until 10 and liberal
excellent reading ,, a .Pee Gee Clue Ribbon Family GAUL ERT CO.,
o'clock that tho
that night negro was with an
advertising patronage
caught. Marshal Overstreet and L. R. additional four-page coVer. Pslnt 05(1=01.A HARDWARE CO. Kissimmee( Fla. I, Louisville' ih
51 eeGceScreenEnamel t'
farmer were near Taft, and saw a The editorial staff is as follows: 1
i l. : negro coming along the railroad track. Edna Calkins, editor in chief; ,Manic
J1. ; The min promptly covered the ,fugl- Witherspoon, literary editor; Laura
; ,'1 'r:....""".:.Uvatwithlbeir'; :;.ahotgunevavhen.Browq, -rhOfl'lIl'l: ,"'# aJ"emtoJtf\Ir.A '11I.11al'ri... ,.G y, a4t: :, : _:crrm.a arcvaex"w vaarti
derided it useless to resist. The 'ath
< was exchange editor; Robert Giesy,
: :' -. negro was t\en'placed\ man automo letic editor. The, staff reporters are:
.. .
t. bile, and it was not long before he Lois Johnson, twelfth ,grade; Chrfstin -"- .'- -,- --. -- ._ ,
-- '-'-- -----'-' --- ---- ------
; ---- --
found himself behind the bars in the eleventh grade Henry Edwards; --
f j 'county jaiL tenth grade; Bryan Simpson, ninth RECEIVED BY MRS. WILLSON I BIGGEST DEAL IN BEEE[ TilE KAISER'S PRAYER _
: Brown appeared to take his arrest grade. Business staff: Amy Makin- FOR WORK BEHALF INDIANS .

ti'-- coolly and admitted to his captors that Ron, business manager; Violet Bullock -. I CATTLE SAID TO HAVE Mine Colt will you be,mine pardnerf ,
lie was an escaped convict, and that assistant business manager; L, Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson, whose You don't know who 1 am? '
)>e had the encounter with the sheriff. D. Geiger, circulation manager; Elsie years of work in behalf of the Semi-- I am the German kaiser,
i' lie Is a man of powerful physique, and Dietz, Harold Herzberg, Ruth Howell, oleo of Florida has> caused the Legisla [EVER BEEN[ MADE IN STATE Der Emperor Will-I-Am.
I probably would have given his captors Sheldon J. Johnson, assistant circulation t ture to pass a bill setting aside in the ,
: a lively time had these note covered Fripp. music -
managers; neighborhood of
100,000 acres for a
Carol You know I whipped dem Belgiaas
the negro in such a thorough manner. editor: domestic ,
U science editor. COCKROACHES reservation, is receiving many congratulations X>he of the biggest deals in beef cat. Und mitt: bullets filled Russia faN,
from all sections of the tie ever made in Florida that Und I'll whip France and
,: SUMMER SCIIOOL OF THE The issue is an interesting one, and her successful was con Italy, 7
upon campaign, I
summated a few days when C. B. Und blowup Johnny Bull.
splendid idea of the spirit of __ ago
*a UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA gives a fcr and the following letter to Mr. Will- Elam
B OPENS ON JUNE 11TH the High School, containing many Steam from of this city, who owns a big, I
SR.. Electric Pasta son Hon P. A. VansAgnew, who
r. ranch in Texas, purchased from Parker No wall dem
.....-.- items of school news jokes, and enlightening other nations'
was formerly prominent citizen of
f': articles well as halftone Full XMTMtlOM! 1 lUWUCM a Bros. and King Bros of Arcadia, I I'don't give a dam, ,
The attention of, teachers and advanced ( as lard v.rwbsre Kissimmee, is self xplanatorYI
{ t' students is hereby called to the I cuts of the graduation class of '17 U.s.Yeve.a s.ttier.i se. excellent opportunity offered them b]P and last, but'not least, an interesting .Your letter of the 8th inst. made me at a stipulated price per head. The And whip Uncle Sam. ?
t' the summer school of the University< horoscope of the senior class..A splendid '' feel very happy. It is seldom that cattle Will be shipped within 'a short
,<: of Florida which opens,June llth'and: editorial is given dealing with the FANSLER'S TOMATO FARM 'IS A the career for practically a life time time to the Texas ranch. You know I got dem submarines
,continues for ten weeks. I subject "Coll. or Not?" One of the ends so successfully. Mrs. VansAr- All Europe knows dot well,
',: The faculty Is larger than usual,, contributions is an excellent essay by REVELATION new and I both think that you and "1,000 acres of Sweet Potatoes for But dot Edison got a patent now
and is composed of some of the most L. D. Geiger, winner of the Fell essay TO MOST SKEPTICAL Mrs. Willson ought to feel that you Kissimmee." Vot blows dem all to hell.,
1 prominent educators of the state. medal, on "Do We Want Military s have accomplished one of tho greatest
k In addition to courses leading to, Training in Our High Schools?" The -- benefactions, not only in Florida, but 'ON AGIN-OFF GINl"! Now, Gott, if you do this, "
t state, county and special certificates,,, literary department, 'Does History If there is a doubt in,,the minds of of the United States. The passage of Den you I will always love,
.* college courses will be offered in the Repeat Itself," is one of the prominent anyone as to what the soil in,'and the Seminole Land Bill will be an enduring Mulberry Herald: ,In re Colonel Und I will be emperor of the earth
c following} Biological sciences, chem .features, to say nothing of the about Kissimmee can produce in the : monument to the memqry of Blanding: Off again; on again; gone Und you be emperor above
+ 1 istry.:education, history, mathematics, 'Dirge of the Class '17," by Edna W. way of vegetables and truck of almost you both, and if 'some do not give you again. Chris-ti-ain. -
modern languages and Calkins in which the author displayed kind when combined with credit for it will
psychology. any a reasonable you receive due But God if you refuse me this ft
." There will also be courses in commercial unusual{ literary talent. A section is degree of cultivation, fertilization credit from the historians$ of the coun Wanted wood-cutters steady work Tomorrow night at 'leven, ,
r' subjects, manual training, devoted to Domestic Science, while the and irrigation, a vtat should be I $1.00 cord. For! particulars; write; I'll call mine Zeppelins out
) music and oratory. athletic department is most ably rep paid' to the picturesque farm of & T. try."Personally it will always be a : W. R.per Mellier, Fulford. Fla. Und declare war on heaven.I .
The University, out of its -special resented. Taking the edition as a Pansier in Pinedale, near the city, and pleasure to us that we should have
funds,'is arranging for additional lecturers whole, it is one of the best ever published : immediately all skepticism will van been associated, however indirectly, in I I wouldn't ask this from you
and a special week's. institute by the school. ish. Words alone will not suffice to such a successful and worthy cause. But it can be plainly teen ,
( for county ''superintendents and other give a detailed description of this fine Most sincerely, P. A. VANSAGNEW." Ask Your Grocer Dot when Edison pushes thatdot
? school officials. LIFT YOUR CORNS place, and this will not be attempted, Mr. VansAgnew has been a lifelong; I got no submarine.
Tuition will be free. Board and OFF WITH FINGERS but it goes without saying that Mr. friend of the Florida Seminoles, and rr_ ..CrawfordsVille Journal.
i'' room $4 to $6 a week. Pansier has one of the finest tomato his visit to Green Corn Dance some I Wt 1
,' ,,'," , For. full particulars address H. W. Tells How to Loosen:;;; Tender Cornor fields that can be found anywhere in years ago in company with ,J. M. AW GWAN! '
w' YOU
Ii\Ji", Cox, dean of the Teachers College, Callus So It Lifts Out the state, without any exception, to Willson, Jr., to whom the hospitalityof CHEEKMEALSCOFFES ''
,,. Gainesville,\ Florida., !., ,',' '' say nothing of the other crops whichhe the entire Indian village\ was tendered "SAVVEYr,"
J' '
; \I"J .\ :Wl.t; J\\J, F' Without,Pain I Ij-> is successfully raising., Consider is always fresh in Mr. Vans- -
.. '" < )\ y ," ' i'. Palm Beach Post! : We've discovered
E'M'ER'PENIUP'YOURwP' f.I\ : : 1\: \ ,' M the ,
0 ing fact that the "freeze" put his Agnew's memory. It was on this visit recently that
CHICKENS ELSE THE You reckless men and women whoare farming operations "on the blink," he that he learned many of the linguistic between there's some difference y''
MARSHAL\ !\MAY GET YOUIt pestered with corns and who haveat went back to work with a vim and en words, and ate the corn of., the, Green hoe and"tickling"tickling Mother Earth witha
least once a week invited an awful ergy. and one seeing the place fwd or orn Dance with the venison, that was Kissimmee our typewriter
is the, desire of the city author death from lockjaw 'or blood poison three months ago would hardly believe hospitality placed in the newly built his wife to help Gazette"tickle A Mother fellow can get
ities that attention be called to the that it the wigwam for the Kissimmee Earth"but
are now told by a Cincinnati authority was same guests. !,- when he'comes
; citizens generally of the ordinance to use a drug called freezone, which A five-acre tract is planted almost During. Colonel Roosevelt's recent typewriter-r-well: to tickling the
, prohibiting the running at large of the moment a few drops are appliedto exclusively in tomatoes, the stalks are visit to "FIc/rida.after: devilfish, the dis- body not anybody, you don't want' any
poultry. Many complaints are being any. corn or callus the soreness is of very prolific growth, in many Instances tinguished visitor expressed himself erround.
registered to the mayor and marshal relieved and soon the entire corn or these are from four to five as being'most anxious to get into the --. {
that people' do not keep their chickens callus, root and all, lifts off with the feet in height, and some even go bet wilderness homes of the Seminoles,
within proper enclosures, as required ter. The yield is an exceedingly heavy ; and Messrs. VansAgnew and Willson, '
1 by law, and since the garden fingers. and with Maxwell" DR', DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY.
move- Freezone dries the moment it is one, the largest specimens ever Kilbert, an African 4
Iment is now in..full awing, much dam applied seen in this section of the country are hunting companion of Colons) Roose-
age, it is said, has already been done and simply shrivels the corn or to be found here. On one stalk, the velt, had planned for such a visit, but I OSTEOPATH I
by the "biddies" in Instances without inflaming or even irritating 'd
many writer counted twentyfour'tomatoes, the war call hastened "Teddy's" re-
So, dear reader, if you have a bunch the surrounding tissue or away above the average size, while turn and the trip was postponed, but
i i of chickens, you'd better be careful skin. A small bottle of freezone will the bush was literally covered with later the Seminoles can give the Col Corner Drug Store Mondays mid-Fridays
i I and keep them at home, else some fin estores cost little at any of the drug smaller ones, and blossoming at the onel as exciting a hnut as wildest 1
1 morning you might be hauled but will positively rid one's. same time. The crop is ripening rapIdly Africa can produce.To '
,His Honor and be compelled to explain feet of every hard or soft corn or and the scene that is presented is show the national interest whichis .oo oooo ooooooooooooo ...oooooooo'o.
t "whys and wherefores," which may hardened sllua: If your druggist one not only interesting, but beautifulto taken in the legislation for the SemInoles
''s ,mean departing with some of those hasn't any freezone he can get it at behold. Mr. Fansler has many of the following telegram is reproduced TAMPA'S BEST
golden shekels you've made from your any wholesale drug house for you. the best varieties, among these being ; having been sent by Cato
spud crops, which you planned to circulate the Livingston Beauty, Ponderossa, Sells U. S. Commissioner at Washington -
p' in other more desirable chan $200.000 CONFLAGRATIONAT John Bear, I X L, Baltimore, and My D. C.: -
nels. LOCK HART-BIG MILLS Maryland. He has already 'picked .a "Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson-Beinp- Bay View Hotel
ARE BURNEDINCENDIARYEarly great many, but actual shipping opera just advised that Governor'Catts had
WAGNER RFTURNS FROM ations will begin next week. As an apr signed the bill creating 100,000 sere ,
.t INSURANCE CONVENTION Sunday morning fire completely proximate figure, Mr. Fansler says he reservation for the Seminole Indians, The Hotel For Our Home People
destroyed the big plant of the will harvest over 200 crates to the I wish to congratulate you on the happy .
r D. C. Wagner, the hustling insurance Overstreet. Crate Company at Locked acre, anal if the stalks can be kept upa result of your long and effective! Fireproof Construction-Efficient Service Modern .
man, has returned from 01 hart, with a loss estimated at about later yield will prove even more prolific campaign in their behalf. * My Equipment
Point Comfort, Va., where he went to $200,000, with only $50,000 insurance. :. The average height of the stalksare hearty, congratulations to yourself and -Moderate Rate '
attend the annual conference of the It is believed that the fire 'was of in- about five feet, and truly the fannshowstheundisputedfaetthattruek participating in the action of the

- -the-southern-department-of Ffcendiary-originras-the-fire-hose- -Legislature-and-thejGovernorJn are atI I _____ __ C. H. JEW Mgr _ _
the New York Life Insurance Company plugged in several instances, which ing here can be done most successfully I big the home for the Indian.tribe.! tt.' 0 It 004 -
3 he having been absent from the left the'men helpless to cope with the if the proper care and attention, is U 00 0000000 00 00 000 .0.. 0 .eoeeoaeeoaaaacw .
i trtiy for a period of ten days. He was blaze. The night watchman discover given. Mr. Fansler says his success Is "1,000 acres of Sweet Potatoes for -_ ---. -_ I
accompanied on the trip by his daughter ed the fire and a message was sent to due to proper care, irrigation and reasonable Kissimmee. Is
? Miss Ada. Mr. Wagner'says the Orlando, the fire department responding fertilization and declares that
v convention was one of the largest attended with an apparatus but owing to anyone with the least desire and en- I' 1
r and most interesting in the history the dryness of the buildings and a ergy can do equally as well in any section -lrmorur I
of the organization, and much strong wind it was a losing fight of the county. wise oNe& SAY ..
benefit was received, by all who at from start to finish. The dry kiln was Aside from the tomato tract, he is YOU CANNOT I Ir
tended. Asidefrom the business. of, saved, but the remainder of the big raising vegetables,of all kinds, straw Lost r Standardized '
the sessions there were many entertaining plant is a total loss; over $ ,OOOO berries' corn, potatoes, squash, etc:, IP YOUR L Fertilizers
A features arranged for the del worth of crates were stored in a ware having in the neighborhood of eight DINNER. HERE 's ')
egates. He was one of the fourteen house for shipment, and these were acres under cultivation\ while not far Ybu cyaose ''-A
successful agents of the company i in destroyed as well The mills employed from this point he has another farm, This is no time for experimenting
Florida complimented with the trip in the neighborhood of 250 men, where his ability is demonstrating itself -. dardized Armour ;get stan
and hospitality of the great insurance acid these have been thrown out of .. Mr. Fansler extends an invitation Fertilizers of proved crop '
company. work, some of them having their to. the public to visit his farm, making ability. We offer our complete line of
homes burned. The commissary of and satisfy themselves that there is long-lasting, soil-building fertilizers, scientifi-
CATTLE SHIPMENTS MADE the mill was among the departments no better*place in Florida for truck cally made from well known, standard material -
,' + FROM THIS SECTION TO completely destroyed, this carried farming than in and about Kissinr- j, with'but little change. Note
? aF WEST DURING TilE WEEK with it a stock valued at $10,000. M. mee. YQUR DINNERwill our excellent formulas
for '
There was some activity in Citrus; trees, Corn
cattleJ O. Overstreet/of Orlando, one of the
shipment* this week, 600 head being principal be a highly satisfactory one and Sweet Potatoes. Get yours early-but
l owners, thinks the fire o;,f
shipped by B. F. Lester to the western incendiary origin as it was first die Okeechobe Call) The following. and will be served on time if your read our free catalog booklet carefully first.
order is
former sent to this
of market.Our
residents Bassenger located
4, markets. The stock was from the covered in a portion of the mill shed
Henry Partin ranch, and of In town last week, bringing their fam rapi ddeliyery is making us
was one remover from the furnaces where i it WATERS &
the first of its kind ever made in several would have been imnonsible fora ilies Ed and Joe Underhill; Wm. Ald. friends.No better meats can be GROCERY CO l
week- Arrangements are also chance spark to have fallen. erman, Ben Walker,. Sid and Clifford purchased, anywhere at any price.
bring made for the shipment of a portion Fierce, H, Williams. InVestigate our courtesy and fair- i Agents, Kissimmee Fla '!' '
ness. .
1 : ;
r of the 7,000 head sold some time A CARD OF THANKSMr .
'*et> by Roll Base to a Georgia syndi and Mts. Lee MeLeod. wish to Drives J '
Malaria Up System Armour
sate thank the friends during Fertilizer
,, many the Works
i F TIM 014 Standard grnrr*' atr.agtb.ataa &oats.
illness and
death of their baby,soli, City Market
t "1.000 acre of Sweet t, Potato. forKUalmmee. Freeman,-' t/.l.rlaeericbee tae bio.l.aad builds c.pUla. Jacksonville
." I I'q MR. and MRS., LEE ,McLEOD. tea.;A Irisi toak.f"I' udaue.d chadrea. aoa. .

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.. The Nation's Curse PURCHASES 11,000 ACRES What Does\ .."INTERESTING LETTER[ [I ROMBROTHER I The Favorite Store of Kutimmee I.



,'\ The Carson Cattle- Company last Itmeans inflammation of a Pte., E. Stanley-Bullock, No.'29007, N FURNITUREWE ? '

week purchased: 11,000 acres of land in mucous membrane some- Z. Machine Guns Corps, > > .
Brevard county from A. S,. Drawdy, where in the bead throat England, 15 April 1917.
and will in future operate on' more extensive bronchial tubes, stomach, bil As at any'moment now I may hav .
lines. The new acquisition is iary ducts or bowels. Jt always to Blip cross to the front, 1 though'I
quite an addition to the already large blood -tho would drop you a line to let you Ha
holdings of the conwrn. -The propertyis means stagnant know what had eventually happen I Ir'
\ what is known as the St. John'r blood that is full of impur to'your long lost brother You wi)' HAVE :IT !
Marsh, and Is regarded as the finest ities. Left alone; it extends probably have noticed by now that 1
Mqr'. winter range for cattle in the state. until It Is followed by Indigestion, do not shine 'A' a correspondent, yo.
.. .mJy 'Hon. C. A. Carson, who has been or colds,congestion or fever. It weakens I have not forgotten the old home 1 h
the fr.several the system generally and spreads lit I fooler
\Quickly AMone the ranches company tho "piney woods. have
sane that the cattle arc operations until systemic catarrh cw until I
days, around this globe air
There is no ailment causing more an acute Illness 'Is the result.Peruna.. In with Hardware line
anithat connection carry completeline
and misery than Stomach looking much better than usual fair weary. This war found me in N our we a
Trouble.woe Often Gall Stones, Cancer the company will use the tracts Z. Owing; to my experience in S. A of furniture. We make a specialty of outfitting homes, and
of the'Stomach and Intestines Just purchased exchange pastures. I decided to sit out, and did BO for t fondle. reliable '
and and it will now be enabled to keep all] considerable time. Got lonesome and
\ Constipation, Acute Indiges Ita .tock'under enclosure.COMMENCEMENT Is the natron's reliable remedy lot signed on with a machine gun corps
tion, Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice this condition. It restores appetite, where I have been-,for the last nine. Bed Room Furniture Dining'
I Appendicitis and other serious aids digestion checks and removes months. Am now at the above ad ,
" and fatal ailments result/ from it. MONDAY Inflammation, and thus enables the :areas, which is the machine gun training Room Suits Kitchen
.* Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe NIGHT ELEGANT AFFAIR membranes which we breathe center of this country. I am bj' Outfits Parlor -
their complete recovery' to Mayr's and through which our food Is absorbed far the oldest man In tho company, but
Wonderful Remedy. It is unlike any .. to do their work properly.. can still hold my own end up though Suits, Odd Chairs, Rockers, ,
.other remedy. It sweeps the poison. (Continued from Page One) Forty-four years of success,with thousands 't takes some doing to stay with theseN. .
ous bile and catarrhal accretions from offered bv State Chemist Rose fro of testimonials, have estqjbllsbed! Z. youngsters, who have nevei Couches, Etc. y
the system. Smoothes and allays Hiirh School:: students; Miss Editr it as the home remedyEverReady.toTske. lived in the hot countries and who .
Chronic: Inflammation. Many declare' Miller won the KaU' medal for math Its record for of successholds have all their years before them Had
it has saved their lives, and prevented emsicg Miss' Amy Makinson receivedthe a promise you. t pretty lively time dodging:; submarines
COMPANY' Ibis store b making a,, record for itself !U die matter alclpiaf .
: serious surgical operations. Try one Witherspoon prize for domest'- THE PERUNA on the trip across but got ;
'f dose today. Watch its marvelous re- science work; Sheldon Johnson, and COLUMBUS. OHIO through without getting wet. people te entfit homes. Com aid see. Our prices are
r'1... sults. Contains: no alcohol-no habit- Charlie Rogro' tied for the medal offered You can obtain Fenina la tablet form It has been a bitterly cold winter tifht.. ,
forming drugs. Book on Stomach Ailments by Prof. Evans for the liighes for convenience. here, and owing to our transport beIng .
FREE; Adress Geo. H. Mayr, score on Field Day, and both were delayed in the tropics we felt i it
Mfg.' Chemist, Chicago. Better yet- nronounced winners, and Miss Corleon badly when on landing we found
0. obtain a'bottle Of May!:"'. Wonderful Bryan received a similar one iriven bv oo..o.o. oo... o...' I everything here covered with ice and TOOLS fOR ENGINEERS: :
Remedy from J.Z. Roberson, or Miss Lucy Witherspoon,athletic coach 4: snow Talk about getting colds. I
'' any"TrttUbla " .... .. _, 00o.CANmNG."Al'i' la fDRTaTiCIIIIIS; ,Q., ihougKtlheywfluM-ney atop. That ... ..
r-ot'-tJt6.-glnsrJ' ,
"I'' Excellent Musical Features was in January and even now i' -
your money if it fails. No higher tribute could be t>aid"to It Is greatly desired by the < freezes every night and snows\ two or No matter what land of; .. hila. yea Lata-Gas, Steam,

"1.000. of Sweet Potatoes for the standard attained by the Klssim- president of the Florida 1 edera. three times a week. The N. Z. boys do Railroad or Stationary Engine-we nave exactly'ibo.Tools. y.aced .
acres than the musical featuresof <4 tion of Women's Clubs, Mrs. W, 4 not to take to this climate
If Kiasimmee." mea school seem. kindly in your everyday work -Wrench*., Hammers, Oilers, etc,
the exercises <* S. Jennings, that all' counties ; think the is that they
The musical features of the program <* continue their co-operatibn < ire not tough probably due to all ef the best quality and workmanship, and at prices that will
ADVERTISED LETTERS" covered a wide scope and showed i*< through school boards and cou'n- < age. The enouglil'>' pneumonia Influenza surprise ,oa. This store kai the reputation handling .."
clearly the advantages of the! Ki- '0 ty commissions! the services of mumps and measles that they hardware that,Is 'of superior quality and yon will make us mistake
Following Is the list of uncalled for simmee young' people. The Hljh o*the county home economic and agricultural can get hold of is astonishine. Hnvr
letters remaining in the. postoffice at la coming here NOW aad inspecting oar Lag deck.Osceola : .
School Orchestra, a splendid organi! <* demonstration agents, nearly been in the isolation camp myself .
Kissimmee, Florida, for the two weeks ration under the direction of R. De- 4 so that all garden as well as field '"> .twice for having them sicken .
ending"May 7th, 19171 Witt Brown gave several fine selections. produce may'be' properly con- alongsdi of me in camp."
Mrs. Sarah Delk. Mrs. T. S. Delk The High School Chorus sane served. If this plan is not pur- Machine gun 'work Is very tricky.
((2).M.) W. Eakin, Elton Edwards, Albert "On the Blue Danube"' so pleasingly 0 sued a great deal of waste will 00- Most of us qualified in N. Z., but tad
Green, Aulton Green, Miss Mattie that many a foot marked the pleasinv <* result. ,The food commission da- to qualify again in this; country. One Hardware Company
Harris, Eliza Hayes, Jack He&g- rhythm. Masters Clyde Harris and 0 tided there would l>e eleven on has to move like buttered lightning. ,
,hey, Eugene Jones, Miss Adie King, Frank Reed. promising violinists, 0 each county committee to. carry in these test everything must ba donein
.. Flournoy Middlebrook, Q. A. Mclnt played a duet. The Glee Club capti- *< out the policies of the commis 0 so many seconds; for instance, going -
bah, James McDufTy Mrs. Lottie Jlc- vated the audience with "Sailing O sion. The- club women for these into action we have to run a certain
Gill, Miss Debbie Prescott, Mattie then responded to a determined demand Ot< committee will be appointed ,by distance, mount the tripod, mow
Wkittgion, R. B. Yates. for an encore with "The,Bon- the president to serve In each + the gun, load, lay accurately on the .
B. B. SIMPSON, Postmaster; net." county. All club women are ask-* target, for which they allow us 3' I good; but we could do with more of it. J. W.THOMPSONFuneral '
The club was organized during tho 00eel to cooperate>> in every way seconds. To strip the gun antf put it There Is a lot of grumbling at it of
Visiting cards printed by the Valley past few weeks and their sintrinr possible., 0 together again, with the excention of which I do my share, but one can keepfit
I Gazette job Department. soeaks well for the director Mlsr. I 0' The women of the country are the lock, 90 seconds; to strip the lock on it. It is chit rough after a hard
MvrtillA Beats, as well as for the talent I directly responsible. for home O and reassemble it, 60. seconds. AI day's work to dine off two thin slices DirectorAND'
!lie OoMM That Done Not Affect Tie Meet. of the alngers.' I economy. Seven hundred million O stoppages occurring during firing, of bread and margerine.
RCOHM! of IU tonic and iMetlve.II'-' .LAXA- The clever Class Ode rendered b.- dollars worth wasted and: they are many (and can be arti- ''
'TITS. BaoMO end dol QUININE mot pose bcttcrtluaanliMrtnne Mrwmiae* nor the graduates was a hit, as was also 00in the homes of the United States + ficially produced), must be diagnosed, "1,000 acres of Sweet Potatoes for
ri.....* !. bea4. Rrember the tall ....and the humorous Class Song when they annually. The effort must, therefore O and the correct remedy, or immediate KUsimraee."
y ""* c car the elswtive ol R. W. OROVK. SM., made a parting shot at the faculty be put forth to stop the O action as it is called, for the particu LICENSED EMBALMfit
yr with good natured witticisms and per 0 waste. ft has been said that if tar stoppage must be started inside of \
.. sonalities., Just before this number the American people wbuld feed three seconds. All stoppages, strip J. A. TROVILLION, M. D.
Miss Lois Johnson rendered Carl the English and French armies, ping, etc., must be done also blindfolded Special Attention to .Store and Chapel Stewart Ave
M. TILLER Bohm's "Farewelh"ldditional they: -could do their own fighting,.+ within reasonable time. Failing t' CANCER. GOITRE, TUMORS and .
( Scholarship by ColursbieCollege and one of the greatest services pass these tests, which are too many DISEASES OF THE SKIN. tlamme. Win.WI
Real! Estate Agency I to be rendered to the countries O to mention, you are rated as second or Orlando Office-Boardman Building, \
One Interesting 'detail'of. the evening 0 is the production of food for third class. In shooting at the ranges 8tolla.Jn. .
was a communication from the authorities *>.this purpose.The .. + for the British test for first-class gunner Winter Park Office-2 to 4,and e "
_,-'., Realty bought and sold. of Columbia College, read bv O South must feed itself, and 4 I managed to wipe up the floor to 8 p. m. aepl 6mo pd K Crawford Lee JarreQ..
Houses rented Prof. Evans, stating that in consideration thus leave other states free to with the whole company, except one ,CRAWFORD aJARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW
Taxes paid and Titles vented< of the great financial aid renderedthe provide for the. war-stricken man, both of us getting the highestscore
college by Hon. C. A. Carson it had countries. Will we do itT Every + possible. The long route LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW!
for non-residents. been decided to give an extra (60 Ot< citizen of the United States is matches with fulr packs make me aft Offices 4, 6. 8, and 7 CltUene,
s, Fire Life and Accident In- < scholarship to the Kfssimmee school,' personally responsible for his or up. Walknlg is a fool'e game any Bank Building .
surance. for the coming'season. I 0. her part In this service.,. how and I was never built for a pack: 'Waring Building. Kissimmee Florldsvi .
Indemnity Bonds.. ... . ...... ................ mule. Food here is.. well cooked at '.

} .... . ., .. .o..oooo.. UNION AT WASHINGTONThe : .' .' ,' ::' > DR. W. W. CAMOHT'
,F . ................. . .. ........ .. .. ...oo. 1 FOR R N p i {. DENTIST c'.
o.t..t.oo' '." "t" " .
Confederate Veterans will meet
Washington June 4th to 8th, inclusive Rooms unfurnished and. furnished Office over Pilley Building
their twentv-seventb GRAYSTONE HOTEL Mouser unfurnished and furnished. Otno' Hours S-It, 1_I'
to I Otie'Phon. IIS Residence 'Pho I.
C.W. GRIFFINStaple j annual l reunion. This is the first time Also city properties, farms for citrus, Oae Administered for EatraaUea.ll
the Reunion has been held outside o' trucking and grazing lands sale. Teeth _
the geographical limits of Dixieland.At HERBERT WICHTENDAHL, Mrr. ,
; and FancyGROCERIES this Reunion Washington expects < THE [ELITE REALTY PARLORMRS. '' r
to outdo itself, for Washington is a O. r. KRlBBb W. 7. :JTIQIII
city where entertaining has becomean SUMMERS Manager. KRIBBS STEED
art. The visitng heroes of the valiant DAY RATESWITH 207 Bass St.. cor. Brack. N. KissimmeeTwo ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Southland are assured of hosol- blocks north of Christian church.
t tality that will remain in their mindsas BATH, .. $3.00 Legal business of sill kinds fives ,
Free. Delivery to all Part '. a ple
of the City and their Gray friends,' and live.instead Blue of will being welcome a- WITHOUT BATH, . $2.50 Pat Jahneton: 0.1'; Oarre Offloes Kissimmee 11 and IS State Florida Bank Bid*.

'. .. strictly Southern affair, it will be- JOHNSTON & GARRETT ,
come a national event, and one of national .
," eignificance: -- --- ATTORNEY.AT-LAW '. PUee Cured Ira 6 to 14 Day d

Washington is always beautiful. but Offices. 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal I Tour OINTMENT"drairUt' fed will Se core Hfaad eaBllB4.Bleedl ,,moor_.. et U rsehLe raze.
e in its vernal: glory and beauty it is BuildingKleelmmoe. ;orPf tnidlMltlMMi i .. "
1 s thrice beautiful and every Confederate fAVO'RITE'fERTiliZERS Via. The ant eppucetio* eirce Sue aad. ...a.Ws.. dw d
Veteran. and his friends should not
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KrsAwmirMACHINERY let this' to visit the
opportunity pass C A. CARSON. PreaideDL' N. C BRYAN. Secretary. ,
I first city in the land, and one of the
wonder cities of the world. ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS .
Washington will Welcome the "John Waters
(, AND nies" with a'hospitality: almost Ara SPECIAL ,FORMULAS FOR The & Carson j

ALL SUPPLIES, bian. Everything for their pleasure, ,
comfort and convenience will be pro- CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS,
Write For Price And vided. The Great Plaza fronting the ;
k Union Station practically under the CORN TOMATOESWrite !
Catalogue' shadow of the Golden Dome, will be Grocery Company ,
converted into a camp of a thousand for our new price list on all" brands. Agricultural Chemicals,

Unts.-i- --- _. --- --*-'"--- --Insecticides-Materialsr-Etc .
Trolley lines, automobile. and railroads 4 H +
will carry veterans and their BEST MAINE."SEED POTATOES Wholesale and Retail Dealers inGROCERIES
friends to the many Civil War bat:
tlefields, and to Mount Vernon, which are arriving daily-get'our price* and get the btitv l
are located nearby and. contain the We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin

, a 4 home and tomb of George Washing- rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer. Lime Ashes,
I4 _
ton.Washington is pervaded today with and soft Phsophate.

r the spirit of war. Preparations for USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE -- ,I' ;

. t'Of2. the Into great with the struggle warring we nations sue entering of Europe on your*citrus. trees for sure results.. Manufactured by J. Schnarr . . .. .OA..00 ... . . . . . . ... ,

OLD makes the city doubly interesting.The & Co., Orlando our subsidiary. . :
rebel yell "Dixie" and the WE SELL -. WE BUY, :. '

RUBBER ''COPPER "Star Spangled Banner" will and awaken blendalong THE: INDEPENDENT. FERTILIZER COMPANY o HAY ,' .. .. -ij,
Pennsylvania avenue,
: M, TIRES BRASS the echoes, arouse the patriotism JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 0 .. HIDES. {'
: TUBES LEAD ai nothing else possibly could. 0 FURS :(:
The railroads are showing their pa- ...................... ...... ........ 0.. .... .. r I
triotism and interest in the memorableeven WOOL .. :
! RAGS BONES'I' by giving the lowest rates ever IP 0 SHINGLES ,0 '. "'.11"O
offered, and it .is believed that this .
AND 'loAi.; ,
: ; SEND IT 10 US WE REMIT PWWm will be the'means of. bringing a large ORANGE BOXES ., .. '. I ,
attendance. S. FLOYD ALL Ji. "
; Write For Pricdist In addition to this event, others of 0 ORANGE- WRAPS, .. 41, '.
Importance will be held the same COUNTRY
c? \\fWIHSULMHfTALCa week.. The Sons 'of Confederate Vet- Dealer In C e. VEGETABLE CRATES '. .
I Ff CS7 C.BAV JACKSONVIUKTrtA.C. erans, the Daughters of the Confederacy PRODUCE .
and the Confederated" Southern . .
Memorial ,Association!,' beside. 'regimental !- bR.J f Hay Grain, and Feed .. CRATE NAILS. .. I.' ..

r reunions, and the social functions .' .0. . . .. .. ., ..,. . ... . . . .. ,'
: F. THRASHER :which always are elaborate'feat*
nres. ef the Reunion. Broadway and, Dakin Are. 'We tell field and garden teeds of d Hud T
, f: H.. $HEK"MKTAI._ }YORKER A visit to Washington under'such I 10 Wi give pedal, attention to fitting oat bunting awl camping. parbee.%. M -,

t 1/' '' M.,.,Rode Pad.a.alGr circumstance will be both interestingand Your Next Ordor.For: Peed Free. delivery in city tmiu. TboM No. 12. .,.
ss..d Instnietvie, and especially so comIng Ask for orodatifertiinti sad pnioyN
t at such a time when oar country We are) cooaty: ...eats for pod frtifixere. M .
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I.UUO ACntS: OF SWEET POTATOES"Let at rawoaaaaao'ooa>sooaoaaaa+r'o MIAMI MAN CHAMPION Jacksonville, on high. average'tiu.' '
I i IL a TRAPSHOOTER OF FLORIDA all targets. The team from the Cigar

OSCEOLA INTHE'LIMELIGHT; + City won the'case of hells offered by
FoblUbrd Hvrry I<'rld.,.. that be your slogan. The agricultural depart. 0 Continued-from Page One) the Peninsular Grocery ,Co.Tampa

Itt4i tm Valley Uawtte B.ll.l..:. KlMlm.. _. Plselda nent of the United States has urged a bigger sweet aaaaa ..oooo..o ot.o ( for the"crack8" and Jacksonville; the winners. of the.
is the headquarters
potato acreage. (in the Southern States. There are read Dupont trophies on long! runs 'were
w. B. HARRIS mm* H. (l. VANS ANEW O..ra. during the shoot donated a *
ono to believe that prices will soar |ky ward, eyes morbhan'prevail St. Augustine Record: Osceola Silver for high professional J. J. Nelson, Jacksonville. i47; B. Ill
r : Telrshrae lL. loving cup Llndsey Bonifay 57 Laslie .
:.. county residents through the board of ; Char-
I ,) at this time. Hundreds of acres, one might county commissioners have recognizedthe on total registered targets. Other donations lotte. N.C. 58 'Walter Huff Macon .

;., /,.,.,. gay, thousands--are to be found in Osceola county, whichare aeed for prompt action In the com- were made by the Hubbard Peters Cart-Co. Ga.. 56; aeconA fun, 52; G..'W. Over- \

,1f" AtMSeRa yet Idle; in many instances allowed to grow up In pletion of'a pdved through highway Jacksonville rdige Company the, S.Peninsular B. Nava, street 52. t"l .4...

weeds. Why not get bUsy and make this land produceA across the county as a part of the Stores Co., ;Jacksonville, and the Peninsular Walter Huff Take Professional High

.. good, marketable crop of sweet potatoes T It's an op- Dixie route between*Jacksonville and Grocery Co. Tampa. In addi. The handsome loving cup offered by

,; I ortunity for the farmer-one which may not show itself Tampa.columns several It has times been stated,that the in missing these ,tlon to these there were other induce.n the Graystone Hotel for 'professional .
I again ,,Some .nower.: have taken time by the forelock, link is between Kissimmee and : :nts for the clay bird smashers. high average was won by Walter Huff

': lave planted their fields and it Is estimated that in the the Polk county line in a southwesterly Those in Attendance of Ga.the while Dupont J: R. Powder Barton, with Co.,the Macon U.. 'S. ,. ?.
neighborhood of 400 acres have or will soon be put In direction from Kissimmee. It Is now The Duval Gun Club of Jacksonville j Cartridge Co., Atlanta took the low
: proposed to bond for $100,000 for tho David A. Deea, Dr. Edward H.
there Is more room-.o let us all get busy and not stop Grierson F. C. professional prize offered by T.; II. .
j paving with brick of that section Clarkson, George W. ,
Tq .ntil" of sweet potatoes for Kissimmee" have Evans., 3 The three high professional'averages
E NRfh 1,000 acres : which will when completed offer P Reese W. E. Johnson. were Walter Juft'.382
1 been planted; That's a good slogan to tie to-3-one which .through paved route between Florida's Tampa Team-John A. HansbroughV. 878 pod-
? siblo 400 Leslie ; Nelson!! 369.
\Hr ill lie) J realize!] by those now taking advantage of the two largest 'cities. Most of the high \ R. Bed,with. T. R. Stewart, James Scores.;made out of possible 100 '
opportunity. It is estimated that the planting{ will cost way will\ be nine feet wide!;and the G. /,n'!'arson, )Mr. E. R. Oberlln.Ortendo : Professional. :r:
8ub..rlpCI. ltal..lOne .
bridges to be of reinforced T. H. J.0. Otey. ,
N ____ ______ ... ...... '2.0(1 Irish ate con- George Ball, -Miami, 97; Chas. K.
; of for is salt
COPY. One Tear ----- -------- -- U 1)0.that $40 per'acre potatoes. Seed D.1\'Ioore.\
Slx'Nonlhs' __.___________.___u___________ 1.0(1V6 crete.; The election date_ has been set Leeburg-B. K. Watt, II. Sands Ft. Pierce 96 Dr. W. B Mell! "
1 One On Copy COPY. Three Month.. _____._____._._--.*. (to be plentiful; by means.of vine' cuttings it Is possible to for Saturday June 16th, and the business Haines City-C. C. Young, Frank H, litusville, 94 D. W. ;Budd St. Potent
j ; ,
plant almost unlimited areas of this crop.. They are' not men of Kissimmee 'are going t, Nelson, Oscar 1. Cook. 91 Ed II.
authorized cor Burg! ; Dr. Clarkson. Jack.
communication, eacept from our ,
J a All work'very. hard for the of the Miami-G. W. Ball
the writer to and the yield acre is nuccess 'sonville 81 -
ruoondonla must be Binned by expensive grow, per usually ; George W. Gnerson,
called for 'should Pierce Ohas. E. StmJ] ,.
matter will not be returned unless bond election. If this road be Fort ,
Rejected t.6<
greater than that of Irish potatoes. It ja not too late to P Smith V. K mith. Jacksonville, I ;' David A. Dcoiv,
-- buit) Lakeland will be the junction Leno-r-W. ,
;Kntorvd In 'thr postofflce at Xl..lmni o, Florida, UM plant the vines and get a bumper crop. The 1,000 acres point,of two alternative routes to the St. PetergbuiR W. ffiudd.Titusville JNk'onville. 71; Jack Reese Jackson- ..!
+ I vi'! 92 Earle Lupfer K'"i immi
cond.cla matter.) ) ; ,
> will mean much to the farmer, to the community and northern section! of the state, one )r. W. B.: Moll.\ 88 G. H. Prather Kissimmee 02

MAY 18, 1917 .ditlo from being a paying investment would also.9\ an eastward through Osceola county, and Pmellas Paik-D. D. :Mine George; Overstreet, Kissimmea:,, 88;; '
the other northward Lake Narcoosee-Samuel J. Kntrlken.
x .. ----:-----" :effective instrument for the' adequate relief of the food through Laldand--L Thompson. Mann, Jacksonville, 811 1 L. R/ Far-

W Be a Booster!! supply. 'Now la the accepted trme-GET BUSY! ? county.. ,. Dundee-A. N. Pettit. mer, Kissimmee 73; T. II. Evans Orlando -
86; Otey Orlando 84; E. D.
TWO ST. CLOUD MEN BADLY Kissimmee -- George Overstreet
Stine Pinellas Park, 70: Oscar J.
THE LIBERTY LOANIf' HURT -IN SMASH BETWEEN Henfy C. Ughtsey, James E. Lupt'erG. -, ,
roods! Haines 96 'Walter Buff
; : Vote for good ; ., H. Prathel', L. R. Farmer, M.\ E: Cook City ; ,
""J' : "". AUTO AND R. R. MOTOR CAR Macon! Ga. 95 B. II. Boni-
, , Stevens Dr. J. W. Simpson. ; Llndsey.
w .'Tis nearly blackberry time. the present wealth if past experiences are any --been I"fatal Aycock-.-Thomas J. Aycock.} fay, 96; M. E. Stevens, Kiaalnm3,
. What might have acci- .
' guarantee for, the future, the Liberty Loan of 1917, bond dent a Bonifay-B. II. Lindsey. 83W.; T. Leslie, Charlotte N. C.,
at St. Monday
94 Thos. J. cock 98
for two billion' dollars of which have been ProfessionalsJohn: K. McCabe, ; Ay Aycock,
9 Be a sport! Vote for.bonds! just offered morning when an automobile driven A.'' Hansbrough, Tampa 93; J. G. An..
to the :public will ,be immediately) absorbed. Both in by Clarence Bailey and a railroad pas- ,'villa Dupont J Powder Company, Jackson: derson.'.Tampa, 93: Reynolds Beck-
Ic J. Nelson, Cartridge
Commencement week i ia ended. 1807, and 1898 the people of'the United States showed mine car operated by C. A. Hatch collided Company; Jacksonville;, R. E. Mann, with, Tampa 94; Dr. E. R.' Oberlln.

i their confidence in" the government by subscribing what at the cr08sing'on Tennessee Remington U. M. C., Jacksonville\] : W. Tampa, 87; T. R. Stewart, Tampa. 92;',

".':<"-J":;; aye'.Yu'P",7'==':ao''. '=to3ited. 'tiyet.t"1!;mtm\' \' :;: I .:in-tho'l t'. 1-wcreLCortiHeredr.hugejoanfjg; \ ,fil4rea:1e. H i':genl of avenue,,krgtit,.=resulting.:.J4j"Y in who the=:pel'a.t.ea..b serious injury 't T. I,e.sleyti..Remi"gtol\' M. C., Chard .3, ,A.\ Cassety lI '.Nashville, $0'J, 90;I ...Chas.Je.few..l.c 111I ..
"tte I ,
'Ni'l c. "J 7k Cs'JeettyNliahvii1J: }
; = llvJ.l1. ;
the rate in the between '
was 1898 yet $2,000,000,000 was-over subscribed St. Cloud' and this city, was J.,B. Barton, Atlanta, both'repre8' ; ton, Atlanta, : .",ohn a'. McCabe..

i Lest you forget-trade at home! nearly eight times-the loan actually went to a near Hatch the crossing mentioned Vhen ing the1., S. Cartridge' Co.; Chas. Jacksonville 85; B. F,, Watt, Lees-'.

premium of six per cent In three months and rose' in the was approaching on the rail, PTnfield, Winchester Arms Co., Jacksonville hurl '78J.. J. N. 180n. Jacksonville)\ ,,
road track in The former
If )'ou're.not. a booster, then move on I .t', , following year to .110%', says Pensacola' Journal. evidently a miss gasoline-d his car.calculations) )- Wallet': Huff, Dupont Powder -. 89;; Dr; J. W-' Simpson, Kissimmee 88.' '

: ., If the Liberty' Loan is many times greater than this. thinking he would have time to cross Co.;,Macon Ga. v Officers Eledecl' *

Attend the Board of:Trade meetings.! it is because our resources are many times greater. In the track before the railroad man First Day-Practice. Shoot i I the-1)usine8s officers were chosen session:the.President following *

+; l' the last seven years, our national Income has, increased reached that point and the result was 'Tuesday afternoon was devoted to i J, G. Anderson, Tampa; vicepresident -,
that there,was a collision of some practice shooting when Walter Huff,
r It is suggested" helmet der Kaiser.;" 13} 1.3 per cent; in the last seventeen years,it has'grown; magnitude which resulted in both (professional) of Macon, Ga.,, who is 1 David Deen, Jacksonville; secre
.., neatly 117 per cent. The United States possesses 'nearly men being rendered unconscious, Bailey with the Dupont Powder Co., was 1 tary-treasurer, Reynolds Beckwith

Some "cracks" all right, weren't they? one-third the world's) stock of gold-while its outstanding ; remaining in that condition for high man for the professionals. with Tampa. Jacksonville. was chosen us-

interest bearing debt on April 1, 1917, was less than I nearly an hour after the accident. The a score of 98 out of a possible 100; for I the place for holding. 'annual.

t 'r The sweet girl graduate was never sweeter., one-fortieth of the nation's annual income. And judgingby auto was not' damaged very much, the amateurs, S. J. Entrik-n! of St. i 1'
rnJ '
the gasoline car was derailed. Then Cloud,. carried off the honors with a
the loans 6f, Great Britain, France, Russia and Italy >en were picked up and Dr. 'J. D. score of 49 out. of a -oossible 50. Classified Advertisements'

Good roads and prosperity go hand in hand. have bon able to raise the borrowing capacity of the Chunn gave them medical attention.Bailey's Wednl"Eday-First Day

: United States is forty billian dollars Bearing interestat most serious injuries were for
The'program the day included)
n. A vote for good roads, is a vote for prosperity. 3V4 per cent, subscription to the Liberty Loan is not only about the his roof face of, his his.teeth mouth being and jammedinto ten events of twenty birds\ each, and l" and frmala; main whllir-

it ia also through forty-four "cracks" from all\ parts of with light brown potH, tall bobbed. -
p patriotic opportunity, a sound business Invests} hU lips. lie was also badly bruised collar with nmme-C. n. Elam: KUlinme -
i Hope they won't put a war tax on watermelons. ment. The bonds are offered at par and will be exempt rl out the body. Mr. Hatch, who is a the state engaged in the combat. J. A. t license lag female-white
Hansbrough of, Tampa, was high man with liver colored epoti; collar-H.
N .' from federal land 1 state taxation except estate and Inheritance section foreman, living at Peghorn for the amateurs and tied the "Wlchtrndahl Orlando.' KlMlmmee II-

*"' ''Back to the farms, or to the front with he'annal! taxes. No commission will be charged by the Junction, is said to have beer a mass fessionals with a, score of Frill r..n.... tuft female; male answers. to name of
of bruises, but fortunately", sustainedno : mnmmnwm to name of .
anks: in disposing of them. If any subsequent series of broken bone8.PRIMARY and led off' in the long run with 95 Quren. Finder return to Ora

Florida's. "gunm .n" are well pleased. with. Klssimmee. bonds is issued prior to December 31, 1918, at a higher straight. O. J.'Cook of Haines City Hotel.rewardFOR KlMlmmee and receive liberal. ..
was second for' the amateurs with
nterest: rate than that of this issue, this series may be BILL,.GOES THROUGH 189x200. '
George Ball Miami, third -Two thoroughbred Berk-
bond issue
,Bet month's kale to a spud $100,000
a converted into bonds bearing the higher rate of interest. with 188x200;. Anderson 'and Linney shire boar pin. 10 week old. Can
tarries. TALLAHASSEE May 16. The furnish, pedigree, also aev..n-Klitltihi 1..
Though the bonking institutions of the :United States House passed the primary' election tieing! for fourth place with 187x200. Berkshire pl... I weeka old. Inquireof

could be relied.upon to take their full share, it is for theest bill after attaching there to such a The three.high men among the pro- H. Dlckeraon, KlMlmmee./ Fl*,

t' )Why wo'ry about $20 flour." Corn bread is mighty > interests of the country that they conserve the|, multitude of amendments] that it is fessoinals were W. T. Leslie 191x200:' __. _a t:u ,
I Walter
floe! doubtful if members of the body 190x200. ; J. J. Nelson FOR 8ALP.-40e: a-year-old
for commercial activities. that\ tM many 8sedllng'
capital For reason 187x200. OrtfutruU Tr.... Price 1110,
!, tho'8e government Is'"appealing'to the"'peoplo to take* up the .the*new job what was they finished.were votingfor One: .member when !. Other Scores Made II. Fuak.Kis.lmmee. Fla.. -v .t' tf1, ......

t, Let's not forget-about dipping vats for ticky I loan and not the bankers and it making tbe issue In was heard to''remark' that' urwfai this! Out of a possible 200 the followingscores FOR FlALE-T.r..nty: One white le*> -

catue.' omall denominations accordingly, new bill nobody will be allowed to vote were made: Professionals horns One dollar each. Apply to M
J. G. Anderson 187; W. R. Beck- Tiller. Dir
in the
Democratic but the _
banks of Kissimmee last. week received primary executive .
The 183 Dr. E. R. Oberlin 172 '
} Kissimmee lithe Mecca for the "gunmen" of Florida committee.The ; ; FORHALR! -119 acre* flrat-claa >
*I!;, notice from Secretary of the Treasury'JMcAdoo that the bill provides for two separate Tom Stewart 180Too; A. Cassaty, land within onn-half mile city limits:

ibis week government will receive subscriptions until June 15th for primaries and makes a great many. Ibb; Chas. Pen field, 183; Jim Barton 40 per acre. Box. III. Kinlmmee.15er'

'the two billion dollars .3V4 per cent. Liberty Loan, and changes in the present election machinery 142: *J. K. McCabe, 169; B. 'f.Watt _
: The first .of good citizen Production and i 159J.; J. Nelson, 197; Chas.: AUTO SERVICK TO ORLANDO.learea-
duty every of the state. Unless the Senate -' .
people from this community would do a most patriotic Sands, 180; G. W. Ball 188; Dr. W. B. our office at 7:4S a. m.. returns at 5.y', ,
can straighten out the kinks in 60 cents round I"""
:luty to subscribe thereby ]renderng invaluable) assistance this chaotic mass of legislative provisions Mell }174; Dave Budd 173; Jack llreaker-Barclay- way Sundays: }r-;"F;;. !,

t j.A '''' government .at this time. .*",.(*.*o;;,\uy! ;I.... .,;. it is doubtful if the bill escapes Reese, 179'; George Grierson. 175; D. ., Realty Co. ';,17-tf lr'{;,,J:6,

? j..,, .fiThei$100OOOibonding election for good roads will .'':'.\', ,,,' ." ,' ' ",. .H"'J""M' .;Ji\I'I\\ \ ,J. the ,veto power of the governor.; As A. Iean,1+7; Dr. E. II. CUrkson. 171; TWO. NICE COTTAGES tOr aale.i8m '
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.w. '
carry two to one; Je ,. : \\i\i the Senate will at least make a great F. C.; Reese 152; J. E. Lupfer 179; J. R. Gilbert owner. 17.51DWELLINGS *
Some "raising" being done right now, it seems Are number of changes in it, its publics- G. H. Prather, 172; G. W.. Overstreet, : for rent
you doing yours T Listen to''this from an exchange: tion' at this tmie is hardly .worth 163n.; E. Mann, 160; L. R. Farmer, TIII..r. Apply to M. -.
Our lawmakers .at Talla;de-has are now coming in on "Raise a calf" is 'the slogan in Michigan. In Florida it's while. 164; T. H. Evans, 185; J. C. Otey. 168;
the bome- uetch. O. J..Cook 189 W. Smith 142 FOR RF.NT: -- Five-room furnished
P. F.
; ;
raise a garden; raise a pig; raise poultry.' Throughout house cloai In, SI per week. B. B.'
BAD CHECK LAW E. Smith 159; 'Walterliuff, 190; S. Wrlln." Insurance and Real Estate,
The Central Florida highway. Association meets in 'he.United States It's "raise an army and a navy." With ; -- J. Aycock, 170; B. A. Lindsey 187; 101 Poselel Are. Phone 241. 7-tf

the food manipulators it's "raise the price." With the TALLAHASSEE: May 16. The M. E. Stevens, J70W.; T. Leslie, FOR RALE)-Steam laundry fully
yUasimmee June 13 and 14
labor unions it's "raise the wages" In Germany It', Carlton bad check law passed the 191; D. E. Stein, 162; S. J. Entriken, equipped. with all modern machin-
: doing bualneas.
ery Brood Owner's'personal
179 H.
raise h'We'll louse with few minor amendments.This ; .
go one better-Slogan for Kissim- a attention I. required with
'If you are not a "slacker" in your, community, then bill makes it a felony to issue Others shooting: F. R. Nelson 46x other Interest Write or call and
niee: "Plant Acres In and 'raise
1,000 Suds money. 100; Pettid 94x120; W. E. Johnson, sea plant In operation. A. F. Krltm
)00I the good road; proposition, checks or orders on a bank without KlKnlmmoe, Fla. lltf'Iron
C. E. Carlson 68x100 Leon
having sufficient funds on deposit to ; ;
'f "Efforts Are Being Made to Try Will Miles at Jack pay> such check or order. The bill allows Thompson, 69x100; Dr. Simpson 91x 8ALH OR RENT-Flve-room'
If you put the "kibosh" on the good roads bonding 100. house, modern close In; reasonable.
onville," headline in Exchange. "Will Miles Hanged only twenty-four hours' time in Apply'Ram Lupfer. H-tf
election: you'lose the Dixie Highway. which to make good bad checks after Scores For Long Runs
!at Tampa" would be a whole lot more interesting to A number of made AUTOMOBII.H ROAn
they have been turned down long runs were' MAPS ONLY Mk-
,.. .by the
,. Pocket alva Florida
-- with the shooters
everyone concerned, the possible exception bank.> entitling the to the Dupont Map complete; and newest-to"dnr .
", the Osceola County "missing link" will soon bO atoing elf-confessed! negro' rapist-murderer. Unnecessary de- trophy. These were! Hansbrough 95; Offer for short time only. On sale at
roads I Huff, 56, followed by 72; Anderson, Valley Oametta of"_. IQtf
: of the past. 'Rah for good out In like this creates GOT 'EM GUESSING
In "grinding" justice cases
54, followed by 51; Beckwith, 63; GENERAL: FARMING Is profitable In
i business for Judge Lynch. St. Petersburg Times The Kissim Cook 61; Lindsey, 47; Stewart, 58; Florida. T" know Florida's possi
f It is estimated ,that 4,000,000 boys can be mustered -J. J. Nelson 64 (unfinished). bilities for live stock and
{ mee 'Valley Gazette kinda has usruessing. dairying
fruit and truckirrowlnir.
f ;' to.aid on the farms (in order to feed the fighters. The LaBelle Tribune; Vol. 1,- No. 1. Editor 'C. A. Among many other things read the Florida FarmerandIlomeseeker
Miami "Crack" Slate Champion 81z months' trial
Barnes, has reached: our exchange table. Being neat in it says: "If you can get the cans, subscription tf cents. Rample copy
!i i., If,you ain't going to vote for good roads, don't try to appearance and starting out with a liberal 'adverU.ingoatronage. now is. the time to can all you can." Thursday morning' at 9:30: the free. Address Florida'' Farmer and
'; r. make "community elacker" out of neighbor Then a little bit further on it remarks trapshooters started in on five events Homeite. ker. Box 1(0, Jacksonville52er,
a Fla.
your ,
\ 'j.. the pap-!r under the able! management of'itstalented ) : "One quart a month will do us twenty targets, which was finished at .

f editor, wilt prove to be a potent factor in the up* all right. noon, after which the "real" gain* OI.I PtTOHs- FOR ....LR-I.. A"BUMntBnoo4 -

I ''f oA good' slogan to tie to: 'Build a,Home, Spend Your building of Lee co mty. Our best wishes for your success started in which much interest was eta Apply at for Valley wrapping u.aPOt.iWANTF.D'r. !

sd Vacation There, and Feed Yourself." Tampa Truisms. brother.In Times-Union, : The Florida 'state manifested. This was the Interstate
i hoot will be held in Kissimmee beginning Association's State Amateur Championship : .. take care'of born for
r. t tv next and for five events. Some wonderful parties leavlns for summer months..
Tuesday lasting ,
Tampa certainly creates a big smoke 27,000,000 California city a jeweler has 'actually placed In consideration of rent. Excellentpeople
a three days The Jacksonville club scores were made, and at the end it beet of references., AddressJ'JtflJable.

f' --fragrant Clear------Havanas--',- "rolled" -last month is some ..meets Jnb.isestablishmentLsajsidoJine. JTjsjaidthatthe hopes .tohave.arompletetsquacLo waafoundjthat George..Ball .MiamL.,. ..... .," ear. Qa.ette... '_! litf, .
: t record. store presents a dazzling array of diamonds steaks amateurs attend this shoot and take was the champion he having made a -ro.w e.
lownsome of the individual of 97 out of 100. He I No. Sit.Ilrpert.
trophies score possible
as a
rubies, pork chops, pigs' feet and amethysts. The old .r tm. Oe>.. ..... *f the
} shooters and to make the highest was closely followed by Chas. E.
!. One-Quart-a-Month edict comes "Mass I FIRST STATE KBHVAN
Following before swine RANK Of
talk: about casting your pearls now seems
average of any squad at the shoot. Sands of Fort Pierce, ,with the pretty VILLH ,
.r, :Meeting to be,.held' at.' Brook .vUle to- Consider Waterworks certain acquire added significance.,. The following members would make a figure of 96. and therefore that gen ,..t Krmmmmvttl" riaw !.
Situation. \ cracker-jack squad: Daye Deen, Jack tleman is put on record as runner-up. sit t hs Teles* .r BulMe .
e lese E. H. Clarkson George Grierson The winner the will be May lst. 1.IT :
Learn now to stop some of the food leaks-you will : or runner-ilp
Sam Dryf us and F. C. Reese. Out of required to attend the Gran American 1.' RESOURCES '
The Rues army is busy telling the Allies' loyal not only assist in meeting the present emergency more: this bunch we should surely\ get five Trapshooting Tournament and Noans on real estate.*..-f fOO.OO

,they, bef but have you noticed that they ain't scrappingvery successfully but will form some good habits that will be shooters to go the whole route and compete: in the' National Amateur Loans other on than collateral real security

y t' much these days beneficial after the war. N make a very creditable showing for championship at single targets. Thomas All other loans and discounts. M ..S"
the Duval Gun Club. The four professionals J. Aycock of Aycock Chas. E. Ucnklnv. fixture house, furniture an4.-4554.20Tun

',-* ; who 1 live in Jacksonville and Sands of Fort.Pierce and Oscar J. Incorporated banks: .
"Governor signed bill for county-don't get excite- If the Florida Legislature continue as splendid a from 1.'fO.IIS .
are members of the club; will be on Cook tied for second place with 96, Pn.h on hand.. .,_-_-.__--. 1.1M.I5 r
and kill It. Keep'your linen on-'tain't yours yet. add record the remainder of the session as has been the the job trying to capture the trophy possible 100, and the shoot-off was Expenses and taxes pald-.-..- BST.4T '

:vtaes the Okeechobee Call. mse up to the present time, the people of the state should. offered for the high professional.This won by Sandp, Avcork taking third Total_-.,.,.,..,...?_?..?_,It.S 1..17
,": have no kick coming. is the second annual state shootto and Cook fourth B. )I. Lindsay, Bon "

'Jt Eleven million! laved of bread a day could be made be held at Klssimmee The one ifay was fifth, while Dr. W. B. Mell, ,Papltnl[ Mock LIABILITIES paid In.8111.000.00 u
held last year ,was such a grand success Titusvills} and
Reynolds Beckwith. -turolnn fund 6S.SIt
:4ti"'OtII f. from the grain'which is used in.the manufacture of "Joy. Promises are often broken-Kaiser Bill promised his and the Kissimmee Gun Club Tampa tied with 94, In the, shootoffMell Individual\ deposlti subject-to

,,i' alk 'oil," accroding to statistics.. "'eo1Jle the city of Paris in the fall of 1914. Now he proved so thoroughly) that they were won, getting sixth place, and arose cheek earnings__,...__?.?.?.?,.u*,._..?_? 5,955.56 176.81''

""Omiae'a them a change in the Prussian election system perfectly capable of handling a big Beckwith seventh. .
< Tampa's 'auditor demo."t..tthe hoot, that the various clubs throughout Take Total-----o--.___-_*_____'11.'1..17
} John Hansbroa, city ; after: the war. the state voted to hold this year'sshoot lIan"broult'h Evans Loving Cup ,
,' rY ed fact at the state shoot this week here that heft. in that fair city.Whenever John Hansbrough, city auditor of Btate 'of'Florida. ,. f'
County of '.. '.". '' .
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x ..* much at home "cracking" the. elusive clay bird as h'f Did you ever stop to think that it keeps six men,busy, Tampa;one of the pioneer' "cracks" of i. John If. BMS, Assistant Cashier or -..-.,.
You Need Oeoeral Tosdfi Florida wag awarded 'the beautiful the atmve-named. bank. do' solemnly
scouting. after ner.."' "rowing foodstuffs,, and making materials and ''ammmnl.ttnn Talc ,Grow loving cup offered by Jeweler Turner swear That. the. above statement Is true .
., \.\ (In order to keep. one man on the firing,line in flghtng 'The' Old Standard Orove'e "Taatelea Evans ''of Orlando,' this for winning lief.-to the'best. of-my, knowledge JOHN H. BASS and be- ..

*' ;" Mlaml, man won the, "championship Florida Stat trim? - -. Chill Tonic I. equally, valuable aa a In the longest run events. Hasbrouvn Assistant Cashier.

5Trapshooters; Association.: "Cracks" .from the Cigar' General Tonic because: it _tala. the and George Ball tied for the rifle .Correct-Attest' : ', '

ttfy1 took almost everything else In.I sight, except.-n- well k owa tonic propcrtiesof' QUININES trophy offered by S.. B. Hubbard Co.. .'. c., ">' A. I*,; HUNT.Directors.'
Not to .be outdone by the Boya'.Vohniteer Farm Brig and IKON. It act oo the Drives ., while Ball came again on Bnbs
-: aJonaJ I ceurteey. Jacksonvilletucceeded in getting -d,,. the lassies of the community have organized: and will J oat ]Malaria &>richea the Blood and deck by winning the case of shells this Wth, ..ay .f lIa.11. "'r, '

..the"next i *meeting.W .' ". ,shoulder the,hoe" tbar.-;>it" for their country.: f! BoUda up UM M.note 87IDso: centa.: offered,by the Consolidated Grocery JOHN H.. AISD1'N'i. f .

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., "1.OOO.aere.of Sweet Potatoes. for: i

Henry Llghtsey, and' Fred Gilbert
r were in Tampa the early part of th >

week Mr.on and business.Mrs; C., E. Swops of Orlando YOUNG MAN !' .

spent a day or's6 In the city thwrek. .

the guests. of Mr and Mrs. / .

M. Story., I
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Howard Katz has recelv"'
e.rtho'-ity from Governor Catts to issu3 _What Is Your Preference-=- '

, THIS AMERICAN FILM COMPANY, Inc., dlcharges from Company B t ,
Cecil Pr*>ntis and John R. Bronsor '
TODAY.! Presents TODAY who made application through mil "

..A.'I..1d.rey Munson tary Eugene channels,C. Bryan for such has some gone time to ag"." ; TO. FARM OR TO ARM?; .

_ ..JJ- -. IN"PURITY", McPherson, Ga., where he entered the
training-school! for officers of .M ,
,saves, he having passed a creditable! ..
I examination a few wee'rs ago before ,

L'put. Clements, U. S. A., at Jackson ,Yourare equally useful to your Country
1 A Stupendous; ,Art Production presenting toe famous model for America's vl1l .

.',.' f Most Celebrated Paintings and Statuary i in a Powerful Dramatic: Mrs. W J. Prentls, Misses LtJ1h- at either branch of the Service and will
Masterpiece. Seven Reels. and Muriel Prent's, William Arnold, you
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Earl Cowger and Rov P'entl". wp-" .... .

- -- Matinee 3:30: Night 7:00 ttleasant party leaving the city dock doubtless shortly be informed by the
: ; : ADMISSION, 25c TO ALL Wednesday for a three days' launc: so :
trip! down the lakes and rivers. The' I i "
': will camp out and expect to locat" officials. "
:;'to" Program for Week Commencing:' Friday, May 18th some good fishing before their return.E. . A R
Hilton' tK Ol|. Cinnuclug' 1:30: tn'I""t' HUlit' ftftoatacit' SlirtHj it' 1:00: O'ctick .
W. Tillis well-known railroad
a This acres
thousands of
Company !
PROGRAM man. with headquarters at Port Tampa
: is spending a few days in the city. r 1 i

SATURDAY Mrs. Geo. Nickles and children left fertile lands Kissimmee. You need
\ TUESDAY for their home at Tarpon Sprln 5V
Margaret Illington in last Thursday' after spending the.
Tbeda Bara in "Tbe Tiger Worn.
"Sacrifice"MONDAY an," Billie Burke in "Gloria's winter Mrs. and with Mrs.her Helen mother Per'deu., and sister Their, make no payments the first two years---and **!]

Romance. many friends regret to have them .F

I [ WEDNESDAY leave.C. possibly the "third--;-for either, principal' or w
Mabel Taliaferro i.
M. Montsdoca one of the leading
"A Magdalene Of'the Hill. Mae Murray in farmers of the Narcoossee section interest if expend one-half the val-
"The Primrose Ring"THURSDAY spent Saturday in the city on you say, ,
business, and made an appreciated call! '
"Make the: GRAND a at th office of the Gazette. He has 'are of the products raised or to be raised in

.... ..P.eaa art..ia7n'lJllIf',. chargo otthe-f Lpckwpodtiropertie9: in, ..... .. .. . ,_ ;
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"Tbe Rainbow Priaceu"A
mere as getting good returns from improving the lands etc. and moreover ;t
their potato patches The yield being :, very

CHILDREN. Sc. .. '.' .. .. ADULTS We.I quite heavy. ..
'.,--<_' A .'... ,. The Boy Scouts, under the leader- ,long and easy terms will 1. .be ,granted you ,

,:i'j' ship of, Sam Lupfer made a hiVe Saturday .II ,
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jilL night, going; out in the woods
thereafter to the end that the
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.. at 7 o'clock and for several hours I

,I I, had about an 11 interesting o'clock., The time organization, returning; .land you have cultivated: and at reasonable

." 04"0'0.o..tooo..ooooI' ,"1.000 acres of Sweet Potatoes' for was recently formed and from the interest -

t Kiasimmee." the lads are taking in it promises prices.; You thereby ,assist; your: Country
Weather to become large patrol. ;

I Report Last day of the big sale-Monday- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons leave in "' S
at the Dollar Limit. Be on, hand early Sunday for Georgia points to he awv this crisis and establish your own inde- .

.' and avoid the rush. 'rom the city for.several weeks. Mr. I ,i

Persons is the genial proprietor>> "f the
Following are daily temperatures Okeechobee Call H. N. Neal pendence.
; : dug .
Dollar Limit and is
Store just closingone
and precipitations as re- 218 bushels of potatoes from two- .
of the largest sales conductedby
ported, by Government station thirds of an acre on Eagle Bay. Nine ever r .' I
this establishment
at Kissimmee fo- the 'week end- ty-five per,cent were No. Is. Mr. Neal the last day for the bargains. He has ,.' Apply At, Once To '. ,; ,
May 17 to',buy of truck .
ing Thursday,; : expects twenty acres not had a vacation in some time, and ,
M&. Min. Rain land and go into the hog raising .buss felt that this was an opportune time ; -

; I Friday _.....:..88 "60 ness. to take a well earned rest. Hunter Land .

Saturday._, .___.87 65 Prominent among the visitors to "1.000 acres of Sweet 'Potatoes for Company :
..' Kisfimmee within the last few days I"
Sunday ..___:.81 60
were Messrs. T. C. Brown Frank
'. I ; Monday .. ..-....78 54 Bushnell Herbert Talt and A. G. A number of our citizens were making "

Tuesday.:,..____80 52 ,i ,. Doyle, all weirTthown Tampa people preparations to attend the State J. D. CLARKE, Agent ,,KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA
1 Wednesday __.87 49 % While in the city: they were guests at Auto Tampa, during .this I
w the Graysbne.George month but notice has been received
< Thursday.90 55 I that,the TampaTimes; under, whose P
1 OO..OOO........... ...... Wise, connected: with the I auspices the event wasto take, bal I ,
ark .{ ,Towns Steam Laundry of Tampa, was postponed the show until October,,, .
in the city this week. He has charge when one of the largest affairs of thison ; I '
Fire" Insurance. See A. E. Drought of the agency at Sanford, and was: I kind ever held in Florida will be I "1ODO.acrI ".* of Sweet. Potatoes for SPURITY" ART PRODUCTION believes that she has hit her real

"1.000 acrea of Sweet. Potato, for his way to Tampa to get a motor staged with_ many entertainment Ki hn-. AT THE GRAND THEATRE stride in the pictures and you will be
truck to be used in his business in,the features. The proceeds of the show Mis Mildred left for her inclined '
Klaaln"....." I Shepherd TODAY-SEE IT, SURE! : to agree with her after witmessing -, -
I Celery City. are to go to the Children's. Home of home In Winter Haven Saturday, her delightfully human char: G
Great feasts of bargains will still be Auditor John the Cigar City.Okeechobee after a week's visit with her aunt Today, matinee and night, at the acterization: in this one. Tuesday's

on at the Dollar Limit Store Monday. of City the leading 'men Hansbrongh of Tampa, was one Call: We received 'a Mrs Amelia Edmonds. Grand, the American Film'Co.: presents big double ,program .will probaMyrdraw

-, Mrs. M. M. Armor, of the postofflce here this week in attendance: upon the communication Monday with a list of .J. M. Willson, Jr., who has been at the famous model for America's the biggest crowd: of the week. *
force is back at her poet.after taking state tournament of the TrapshootersAssociation. I officials; for Okeechobee county. We tending: the ,Royal Arch Masons Conclave On this day Miss Billie Burke will?
most and
few days' vacation. He has many friends in don'tiadvertise' office seekers without at Jacksonville, has returned paintings statuary -. appear ,in the next chapter: of fGloivia's
.a iifH.." '* Kissimmee who gave the gentleman a pay and we think it.,. premature to home and reports one of the biggestand in, ''Purity"_seven reels,. for, Romance," while Theda Bare will'
{Senator C. ''A. Carson'Ip nt several hearty welcome. announce any official Besides all the most successful sessions of theorder. which admission is 25c to all. I be starred in "The Tiger Woman-'a, .,
,"days last week in Brevard county, Ko-b officials were from Okeechobee.The Tomorrow the. debut of the famous! big Fox super-prsduction. Mae>Mar-.
looking after business interests. "1.000 acres: of Sweet Potaloea for rest of the county ought to have a ' ray beautiful and talented is 8U..tbj<
Kiasimmee.", show in officialdom. Every section in Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wichtendahl of stage, star, Margaret Illington. While please a large audience rWednead.y
Monday is the last day that you can this county should and will have a I Orlando, are- the proud parents.of a this is'Miss Illington's initial appear. in "The Primrose Ring" and on-
ret those great bargains at the Dollar Miss Emma Tyson of Narcoossee chanm to bring forth its best men son, born Wednesday Mrs. Wichten. nee in pictures, the critics: agree thatIn Thursday petite, fascinating Ann _
limit..: ' J.J'Wi!: I left Tuesday for Hendersonville N. for office, daM nee Miss Celeste Mosley has a Pennington will leave many pleasant, .
C., where she will spend a month with I(wide circle of friends here who con- "Sacrifice" she has set; a standard memories of her delightful work in '...;
Mrs E. C. Williams LIvermore left Dr... and Mrs Ennis. Miss Tyson will Price-slashing still continues: at the gr tulate her on the happy event. which more' veteran players could "The Rainbow PrInces" Whenever

Thursday for her home in Lebanon, then enter the University of Tennessee Dollar Limit Monday, the last day. Miss Sarah Partridge, district agent; hardly surpass. On Monday, the regular possible> ,the management will ,.run ';I I
Conn., where she win spend the sum at Knoxville!; where she will be a Attorney W. B. Crawford, who Is with headquarters at Tallahassee, Metro offering; i. Mabel 'Talia- short reel comedies: educational and ?;
mer. summer spending some time on a vacation at spent Monday in Klaslmmes lookingover I"A Magdalene.of the Hills." top'cal' subjects, In' conjunction with ':'
Tallahassee was in the city a few I. Miss Taliaferro will be remembered the feature. "
Okeechobee Call: Miss Jones, whose Tribune Kissimmee will be this territory in company: with
Tampa : '
days this wek, looking after important by some as the dainty little star in cf

school in St. Lucie closed last week, is some; Miss Albina Smith agent of the home
I, the gunning center: of the state this M
"legal matters. He was accompanied "Polly of the Circus" on its record- "1,000'aeres of Sweet Potatoes forKinlmmee.
home with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. extension work of Osceola county.
and dub
week incidentally the
gun '
back to North 'Florida tour of the but she "
by breaking country: .
G. F. Parker for the summer. ...
, ; there certainly deserves considerable Leonard
'Mrs. T. J. Campbell and son, -
; his family, who will be away for some _____ .
Money-Saving Sale at the Dollar credit for its! plant. They having one time. Mr. jCrawford spoke Interest- and her nephew, D. A. Campbell, u -- -- "I:.

.;.; '" LimitStore closes Monday. of the best-equipped shooting groundsin ingly of the" work, of the Legislature, of Palm Beach arrived in the city: this ... .... '
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and said that the body of lawmakers week and spent a fsw days visiting "" 11\1. 1/1. 1f'lJ'
: 0' : The City Tax Books wilt close: the Bargain Day Monday_ Dollar is composed of some of the best men relatives in this section. Mrs; Campbell
: \ .... third in May.' Pay before is the wife of Tom Campbell, tax
Monday up to be found in the state.
i i ,y that date and avoid the penalty. J. R. Limit Store. collector of Palm Beach county: whois {

Gilbert, City Clerk. l4t The usual summer school which "1.000 acrea." of Sweet'Potatoe.* forKisaimmee. a former resident of Osceola, and Shoes Shoes Shoes !

." for' wlil be conducted: this year by Mr. whose many friends here are proud of
.,\ "1.000'acrO ".. of, Sweet. Potato' I Frank Calkins of Columbia College, Among the prominent visitors to the record: he has tnndo. Mrs. Campbell .
Kiaeinmee will be opened about July 9 in the Kissimmee this week was Hon. W.. C. and the two boys above mentionedare ,
Dr.:'E. R./Oberlin. of Tampa r. who Is i Osoeola High'' School: building. The Thomas one of the leading.. businessmen traveling by auto and will visit
'.1, S one (f the crack of the regular notice, with schedule of of the Cigar City, who spent Fort Meade and Tampa before. returnIng -
,:\iA Cigar City spent several' days here prices, will appear in a later.issue of Monday here on business. He is pfes- home. Spring and Summer, Footwear. :
ident of the Hardware Company
this week attendance'' upon the this paper.Director "
; and is regarded as one of the of Sweet Potato for
1.000 acres ,
'.f'; 'State Shoot.Mrs. G. M. Shenrou8ei Jr.. of the first men in the metropolis'of South Klsatmmee." We Have It5hoesJor.cvery.tt1embeul.the.famlly.! -:
'fit 1' Archie Walling and"tWo children Kissimmee City return to Florida. Asked about conditions: in !
:I{,;'..,'" have gone to Akron, 0., where the city next week, after which the Tampa Mr. Thomas stated that boalne..w..xc.lI.ntandthat TEACHERS' EXAMINATION -r '
-, : -MrWallinghassecuredalucrative regula.rWeeldyconcerta..W1lLalt:1m..begiven : : the prospects -'- --- -- __ ...,;... ,
;_: .. position with the Goodyear Rubber\ & on the public square. Mr. and were bright for a very busy Notice is hereby given that the ,. "

':'1'' ,:r: Tire,Company: Mrs. Shearouse have been enjoyinga lummer. Incidentally' he remarked Florida Uniform Examination for
two weeks' visit with relatives at that Kissimmee was undoubtedly one
If you did not' get all the bargains Guyton Ga. of the prettiest cities in South Flor- County Certificates will be held at the 'Complete array of

.fi :you.want, go to the Dollar Limit Mon- da. Courthouse at Kissimmee, Fla, begin.. Men's Low Cut Summer Shoes; elegant'' '
4 of the gr4at'sale. J. T. Tindall has sold his stock of ,
day-the last'day
nine at 8:30: a. m., Tuesday, June 12. -
: :-.r cattle, estimated at 150 head the pur Everybody should attend the last Footwear for Ladles Misses and Children
take the
Those to
Quite a number of enlistments are chaser being John Pnrtin. These eat- day of the Great Sale at the Dollar I '
S I,J.f. being received by the,officers of the tie range east of Kissimmee on East Limit Store which will be ;Monday. desiring to be to taxe the examinationare time Great Display of White Kfd and
r, urged; promptly on as ;
and! it"is expected Lake Tohopekali a, and were boughtby
( focal company ; Dr. A. P. Montague; D.D., L.L.D., any delay may exclude them from taking '
that the will be filled Mr. Partin without gathering
< within short time. the consideration said to resident College at Lake part pen ,
counting, :
t a very :
4, have been $2,000. City, which Is the Baptist state educa- cap paper, a fee of one dollar and a -
... Attorney Milton Pledger and: F. H. ainal institution, svent several days certificate of good 'moral character \.
t' Lawson, president of the City Council Rev. O. B. Falls pastor of the First tiorned by two persons. A blank form
.'I'1t have gone on a business trip to Baptist church left Sunday night for pleasantly in the city this week, the will! be sent to all those who file applications Straw Hats
: Tallahassee. They will be absentS New Orleans La. where he went to guest of Senator C. A. Carson. The with the county siin rintenilent

'. h :' from the city: for several days. attend the annual conference! 'of the distinguished educator came here for C. E.'YOWEL4 1
Southern Baptist Association, which 22.3t County Superintendent. Most complete variety, sizes, shapes and ,
the of delivering the baccalaureate
purpose ,, -
weather! And
; ; No kick on
will be In for of
session a period several -
{ there's no kick on shoes repaired at I days. He,will be, away from the addreos at the comm.ence.: ,A CORRECTIONAn J styles. Up-to-the Minute, Goods, Prices
,11' A. A. Wits's up-to-date shoe! hospital. city about ten days.B. ment exercises of the Osceola High
School Monday' night. As a speakerDr. annoying typographical error in Are Right.
,1:1' Will Leiman, Reynolds Beckwith Stewart, E.,Evans, county agent, and C. E. Montagu. has no superior in the the statement of the condition: of the
'J ,Jim Anderson and Tom To-well, superintendent of public 'instruction state; and be is one of the most fore State Bank of Kissimmee. ,in last
,,,M prominent Tampans were'in'Kissimmee : spent seventy days in the most educators in-this section of the week's issue, giving the individual de. ,
3.,[ for a'few days thia week. They this week country. He has been closely con posits subject to check: as
country holding
,'s;, represented the Cigar City at ;the to bring about more enthusiasm along nected with the State Educational Association when the figure should 119.096.29'1 i H i. STANFORD'C'OMPANY;:
fltate shoot, .
T the line of agricultural activity. .Th., fOr'lial'l as a member of the $190,969.29. This correction cheer-I
.' The legislature has changed the visited Lakosee?Deer Park. ,,Whittier executive of that body, fully made,' and the statement is reprinted ..
datefor holding the.teachers', exam Narcoossee: and other towns, where and at one time was president of Columbia in another column of this issue Dealers of Osceola linty"
.a inatlon in June from the first Tuesday splendid meetings were held. 1 'x University at Washington D. of the Gasette. OW Reliable SMe l lF
'., to the Tuesday after the second c. While in the cityHhe distinguished .
Monday. This year-the. ...'faUs on 1.000 acrea of. Sweet,Potatoes ,for'j visitor was the,rsdpent'of many at- '*1OM'&eFM"of- Sweet Potatoes fr, a
', ". ,Tuesday, Jane 12th., ' KIIe1......" tentons by friends and,admirers. 1.1.-. ','

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SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTThe A blare;'of bugles a ruffle of drums, .. Harmless Tt Here's my guarantee-Go to any dr1
s' A flash of color beneath the sky; ;Lher Tom" Is store and get a 60 cent bottle of DodIIIIn' -
Liver 'lono. Take.a spoonful andIf
Veterans' Association met on was'a St. Cloud business caller on Hats off I ,. -r. Clean Your Sluggish lifer it doesn't utralghten- you right, up
Saturday, May 12, at 2 p. m., with) Wednesday.Mrs. and- Bowels and make you teal fine and vigorous I
I'r President Kenney presiding.. Henry Dale and Mrs. Ernst / The flag is pasting by I want you to go back to the store nd\\
t Opened by singing "Ameri a," followed Nichols were the guests on Tuesday Blue and crimson and white it shines,, VfzM/ Cnlotnel make you sick.: Tt's get jour money. Dodson's Liver Tone
J' by prayer; by Chaplain West. afternoon of Mrs. J., D. Vreeland.Mrs. Over the steel-tipped ordered lines. v horrible) 'J ake a dose of the dangerous/ U. drat reding/ I'',"* 11810 of calomel becalm
,;' i ;\, eott. '' '. Mary Vreeder, with Captain lists off! I drug tonight and tomorrow you may lose it Is real) liter medicine; entirely vegetable
'/. I Song, "Battle Cry of Freedom." Sylvester and wfie, spent Sunday at a diiyV work. therefore It can not salivate or-
J Minutes o( previous meeting were Alligator Lake. I The colors before us fly; Calomel l i. mercury or quicksilver make you\ sick.
read and approved. Notices given of j Mrs. L. Cox and mother Mrs Itogers But more than the flag is passing by.: which cannon. IKHTOKH of tile 1>0nl'8. 1 guarantee that''ono spoonful of Pod-
'r articles lost and found. A palmetto who have been spending the win* Calomel when it COIIIPI into contact Hnn's Liver Tons will put your sluggish
?1 cane was presented and auctioned off I ter here left on Wednesday for their I, Sea-fights and land-fights/ grim and great with sour bile crashes Into it. breaking! liter to work and clean your bowels of
fr for eighty cents, the amount,' being home at Cleveland Ohio. Fought to make and to save (the State; it up. Him Is when you fuel 1 that awful that sour bile and constipated waste
1 presented to the pianist. Mr. J, O. Vreeland has raised a new t Weary marches and nau The meeting was here turned over flagpole twenty-six feet high, and the j n; sinking ships;. : and "all knocked out," if your Intf vu fuel miserable I guarantee that
to Comrade Cole in charge of the social flag is there to stay ..., Clieers of victory on dying lips. liver is torpid l ands\ bowels constipatedor a bottle' of ]>>dM>n's Liver Tmio willkpf'p
hour. I Mrs. Gertie Bower and Mrs. MarJohnson you have headache dietincBX, coated jour entire family fot'lingIne/ for '_
' Song by chorus. entertained about fifteen of Days of pleoty and years of peace; tongue, if breath i Is bat< or stomach BOUT, months. Give it to your children. It U
r I' Reading by Mrs. Kibble. the young' people of their families at March of a .strong land's swift increase; just try" a spoonful of harmless Uoditon'nLiver harmless) doesn't gripe and they like Us<

I Two recitations by Goldie Groves. Mrs. Bowers( last week. Equal justice right and Jaw, I: ; Tone tonight on my .. pleasant taste. -y' a

Talk on the patriotic mothers and. Mr. Clarence! Bailey who drives the Stately. honor and reverend awe., .-- '
i wives of soldiers by S. J. Triplett. bus between here and Kissimme'e, and acre. Vine cuttings from this with the ,necessity of increasing his,
t. Rev. ,Rodgers gave a very.. interests Mr. Hatch, the section boss( had a collision Sing of 'a nation great and strong acre would plant many more acres, I acreage of this crop,and then, when
s .* talk. on Monday on the Alabama To ward her people from foreign wrong; plantings being possible until the first harvest comes to prevent the enorm.
Piano solo by Edith Harden. street crossing and both were pretty Pride and glory,and honor all : of August in the lower South. This ous loss from improper- handling and t
j" Rev Melmaker gave a talk on Tern- badly burised up, but hope they will The best to sweet
I. system, now widely used in the South, storing. way keep
perance-and Patriotism. soon be able to be out again. Live in the colors. to stand or fell: .,.;.,:....' enables the utilization of land from potatoes is to store them in well-circu-
Accordeon music by J. L. Dingle. Mrs. Bircher and( ,two grandchildren, ',',:'" fll*' which early t potatoes cabbage and lated storage houses not' "dug-outs."
?, r Rev. Brown of the 68th O. T. 1'., and Irma and George Bircher, left on Hats off I, ..' ,, J other truck crops have been taken.. Storage houses should be made ready
Rev. Beauchamp, of A. Indiana Battery Tuesday for St. Paul and then on to Along the street there..comes ":. The South doesn't need to learn as soon as possible. In }Farmers Bulletin
I both gave patriotic and elevating Crookston Minn., wher they will A blare,of bugles, a ruffle of drums ", how to grow sweet potatoes, the specialists 548 ''Storing and Marketing;
"' speeches and was frequently ap spend the summer And loyal hearts are beating high point out.. Farmers know how Sweet Potatoes," instruction build
i t I plauded. Mrs. Lulu Atwood and two boys, Hats off! ;; C to produce large yields of this crop. ing such houses and for convertingold
; Miss Nina Carey gave two recitations Newell and Richard and Miss Almeda But the, farmer must be impressed and unoccupied houses are given.
l being heartily encored. Arrowsmith arrived here Saturday The. flag ,is passing by. !I .
l v 4 Violin solo by Comrade McGilU evening from $t. Petersburg where' -+..H. H. Bennett. r ..
z i Music 'on violin by C. K. Hendrix Mrs. Atwood has been teaching, and tOooOOOO.OOOO OOtOOOOOOOOOO ....0900..0tt.'Ot OO
-- panid..Edi".JJ&IIN4I.--i '* lse ,4rrowsanlttM4s=pFiatciiialm4f.a na. ._ __._.__"'Y M."U' . t
'Comrade Cole is entitled to thanks 'of the schools. We hope to have them + ierSVVT ?":=, -TVG.Wagner *- ..=;

E for the,moral. ,: patriotic .and Christian! I II here for the summer., I Serve Your nuts will'no nil out properly with DJW-: : rl Insurance :
character of the entertainment, Each Mr: Joseph Atwood died on Thurs plenty of lime in the soil. Never ;
x 'I and every one did their part well. I day morning and was buried on Sat- overlook this point
i I; venture to say this is the-only' city urday"at 9:30 a.-m.; 'The Jlarrisonofthe r' ,- Country SweetPotatoesT"Is there-any-f' ( **." '2nd Floor Citizens Bank Bid*, Phone No.:'20 !
that gives veterans and.friends such a Army and Navy Union had charge so easily and ,cheaply made that ;
i I pleasant afternoon. Program ending, of the services. The post attended in equals the food value of the sweet po General
r. the audience arose 'and, sank "The a body. The sermon was preached La to? Canned, they provide, appetiz- Leading Insurance Agency In Osceola Co; '
? Star Spangled Banner," and adjourned by Rev, Melmaker. of the Baotis ing sustenance at minimum cost and
until Saturday, May 19th. Church. The deceased leaves a sisterto every little cull Will!] be eaten 'eagerly WE REPRESENT THE AETNA, HOME OF NEW YORK, HARTFORD '.
t J. L. BROWN, mourn his ]loss.ANTILOCKER. by chickens and stock. : AND MANY OTHER FIRST-CLASS FIRE INSURANCE .


/ i The auxiliary-to the Army and BILL PASSED Blossom End Rot' of Tomatoes AND CAN TAKE CARE OF ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF FIRE, r
Navy Union held their meeting Monday What is the cairns! and what is the LIFE, ACCIDENT AND HEALTH. AUTOMOBILE, TORNADO- ,
. a' afternoon in Masonic lall. Mrs TALLAHASSEE, May 16.-By a cure of blossom end rot T It is ruining BURGLARY, PLATE GLASS ANDExplosive
Houston filling Lady Commander vote of 55 to 9 the House passed the the greater part of my'first tomatoes. t
." Hill's place in her absence. Two newt anil,locker bill recently passed by the Answer Blossom end rot of tomatoes' Insurance .i i
is caused
I. Lady Comrades were mustered in, Senate and the measure now only by some disturbance in
Mrs. Estella Bunnell and Mrs. Emma lacks the signature of the Governor to RAISE MORE TO EAT the growth. It may be lack of wateror ALSO BONDS AND LIABILITY. }
Poole. There was a good attendanceand make it a law. The bill is entitled"an an excess of water; too much heator
a severe chill anything giving' a
preparations were made for Me act relating to the serviceor
t mortal Day. dispensing of intoxicating liquors, Q..d.. Aa.werea ........ ,. shock and stunt to the full develop AGAINST LOSS IS A WISE ,PRECAUTION ::
j The Loyal Class of Women met on wines or beers by clubs or other associations By Mall.Mrs. ment of the fruit. Very often after
5 Friday afternoon at the Christian I II of persons whether incorporated :X. M. O., De"i. .Kr. It has caused quite considerable loss '- ---, I
I Church. or not incorporated."' Wll..a ,.A.To.rn.-r FVrtlll.rr C.BCrops >...,.. in a patch it will disappear entirely .
0 Mr. Bert Durham and friend started This ]law .knocks out all the service Jaek.oavllla. Fly and the rest,of the crop will. be all
last for taking clubs] in the state whether located right. It is not A disease of the plant }
, on Thursday an auto trip they are -
i ., In Melbourne, St. Augustine, Jacksonville in wet or dry territory.WHAT .. dition itself but at the the time effect the of fruit the plant's was form con- Stout Lumber Co. '4:
and Daytona, over soma
( going on Large Areas, ing. When his condition is improved
beautiful country, returning here on there is to SUCCESSORS TO MAY-BTOUT LUMBER 00. ,
I I ISLAXFOS The crops should be limited.; First nothing prevent the remaining -
Monday. "
fruit developing DEALERS IN
: Mr. and Mrs. Hunt have moved into because only such crops should be properly,
1 : ,the Griswald bungalow' on Carolina planted as produce abundantly under -
avenue for the summer. existing soil and climatic conditions. Rust Mite YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS ,;
.1 Mrs. Winters of near Jacksonville,' There is much well tilled Boil which, What is best spray for rust m'te T ,
was the guest for a few'days last normally, would grow weeds over Answer: The best spray for moat LUMBER
'. week of Mr. and Mrs. L. Shambow. summer, that can bo utilized, but there mite is lime-sulphur solution used at i
Mrs. Griswald left on Tuesday tot I j, UX-FOS IS AN IMPROVED CASCARA Is also a very great acreage; in virgin the rate of one gallon 33 degree
I, spend the summer with friends in the A DIGESTIVE LAXATIVE land, on which it would] be foolish to Baume commercial lime-sulphur to 71 Novelty Works, in Connection
North. attempt anything but velvet beans, and gallons spray. This not only kills the
CATHARTIC AND DYER TONIC some on which hay and sweet potatoescan I rust mite itself but will kill the eggs, It is oar pleasure to five yon estimate at aH times.
I.a=:-Fos I. not a Secret Patent Medicine advantage. Sec and
be grown to good some three or four spraynigs In
schools closed last week.
Our public but is composed of the and factories Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. '
following the of
On afternoon lost, the primary ond, the canning plant course the early summer will!
Thursday old-fashioned roots and herb.
material to
; sufficient insure '
intermediate must have raw a good bright crop so far as l
and departmentheld
their exercises in the q.1'A.1i, R. ,,, OASCARA BARK -- '. Insure their profitable operation. How. rust mite., work is concerned. Ol ] Phone .21. K.ssimtnee! Ha,
this '
Hall. The following excellent program BLUE FLAQ ROOT ever patriotic individuals may feel course, it is possible to have enough ,

was carried out RHUBARB ROOT conservation move for food must production be!on a sornd, and financial food- of melanose so-called in rusty field to oranges.have a percentage To control I p n i n t.. NA. S.HJU..JL.. .. /L.. issjt t
Hall. The excellent BLACK
* following pro- ROOT ,
melanose all
basis because the people taking dead wood should be -- '"
4 Recitation ,"Wake Up America MAY APPLE ROOT the : to pruned out dormant .
vl part in it have not capital support during seasons.
by Mildred Angle.L .1
SENNA LEAVES it at a 10... Besides, cave started
i l :Japanese drill and song by a class it becomes another sound
l of Violin girls, which and piano was very music Misses L.x.POI the CASCARA.Is Improved by chain properly of industry to build up the gen- Colored People Delighted With( State
time of Bankof
Francis Marine and Wheatley. tbe addition of these digestive ingredients eral prosperity of the State in .
making it better than ordinary CAS- peace. Good work endures.
But best of all was the Tom Thumb New Discovery To Bleach
wedding the little who CAL..and thus the combination acts not .Hay will be in great demand.: Tons
given by folks
I only stimulating laxative: and cathartic of this cambe produced in the :young
certainly, did do their well and
parts but also as a digestive and liver tonic. orange groves situated cn medium and The Skin. Kissimmee .
was enjoyed by all present
j I Syrup laxatives are weak, but LAX-FOS heavy soils. The groves on 1'ght soil
.3 combines strength with palatable ,aromatic need all the'Vegetation tk,' 'land will .
Mrs. Alice McGill is home from
p taste and does not gripe or disturb grow.: On medium soil, cowpeas cane Atlanta, Ga.-Says that recent
r r Formosa: and is much improved in the "I The of world
stomach. One bottle the
t health. I tiAX-Foa: : is invaluable for Constipation will prove, > planted and the bay harvested with tests have proven without doubt that eyes :
benefit the The roots of sallow
,Miss Elvina Smith of Kissimmpe Indigestion to grower. swarthy: or complexions can be
or Torpid Liver. Price SOc. I the peas will make the land richer in made light by a new treatment recently I
both nitrogen and humus trotter thanIt discovered a man in Atlanta. I
i was before, the crop was made; Just ask your druggist for Coco. the who !
Grasses can be used to advrjitage also. tone Skin Whitener. People who have are on man
Though the grass does not enrich the used it are amazed at its wonderful .
I I land so much as cowpeas, the hay is effect. Rid your face of that awful .
q far easier to cure, and for that reason dark color or greasy appearance in a
would be preferred by many. On few minutes. It costa so little that
MICHELIN heavy soils, only grasses should ,be you can't afford to be without it. Just
used the growing of legumes beinglikely think how much prettier you would SAVESAUSErf
to bring on die-back condition look with that old dark skin gone and
12 15 Extra because of so much orgrnie nitrogen. new soft light skin in -itl place. Men
to % Weight, Velvet beans should not be planted in and women today must care for their
young groves, because of the ten- complexions to enter society. ,
tency to over-run the trees. If your druggist will not supply] you
,Cowpeas should not be grown on with Cocotone Skin' Whitener, send P
truck land because of their so greatly 25c for a large package to Cocotone
tnducingrootknotrRootknot-'is HJ Co.i-Atlantar< *.--- - .... .
most unknown in the heavy clap soils or a moment; young man,

tTHo of North Florida and Georgia, but in GROW SWEET POTATOES
self The
give thought to
t a
; the open loamy soils of peninsular '
Florida the tiny work does thousandsof While the nation Is clamoring] for problems that confront"
/ N .M dollars damage yearly. It attacks food to prevent a shortage, the South you now, ,or' ,
practically all our vegetable crops and is rallying nobly to fill the needs inso.
will few
hence. '
some fruit trees other than citrus- far as this section is able and thousands a years ,
which are immune-peaches and figs of acres not before cultivatedare

being particularly susceptible; therefore being set to crops. Every con Look about yon-the mea of affair in CMstry, state, nation-
the although grower should taker no ceivable staple is being grown in an yes, in the world, art the men who started t. auto early in life.
chances we have two varieties effort to prevent hunger in this ]land o ,
of cowpeas-iron and Brabham and to feed the troops and peoples] of o
.whcih are quite resistant. our allies. They have the reaped and confidence of the esssatunity.Then '

,. Velvet bean, can be groWn practically Potatoes are an important crop and '
everywhere that good drainage the South is particularly adapted to look on too other side-at the fellows wfco spend all they

WHEN you buy your,next tire make this simple II established. They will add more the growing of sweet potatoes whichcan make-they nay hate a rood time for. ,la while, hot what does their'personality
o Let 'us weigh a Michelin Universal than enough .fertility to the land to be planted at a cost of about $4an reflect?
for making the ,and take outIn
pay crop acre for seed when vine
Tire in cuttings
comparison with other'nonskid
of the
their growth certain compounds taken from earliest plants are used. A dollar ,
size. or to deposited in this' bank 'wffl be the
88IDO to soil that unfavorable
ommon virgin are This is against a cost of about $40 an
; ,. to the growth of most other acres for seed Irish potatoes. Speclal- nations of an honorable, iadepeadeat'career.. '
, will find sir Michilltt ia thtavlir .. They have root diseases Make beginning
I.crop. no ists in the United States Departmentof your now-today. Yomr bank
1seo than tkt averaft, th* I.and are,the ideal summer crop for Agriculture are urging an increased hook 'will 'pare the way. .
txait >prettaft dtpinding m.tkt both garden and waste lands. The acreage in this crop. .wherever it .

lilt t( ,thl .tint sod i", th* ..tut. beans, ground, make a meal that for can be easily grown. Capital stock __________.:.__._____ ____ ____ '$100,000.00 ,
stock feed approximates"value of. Sweet 'potatoes. ,it is pointed 'out, Resources over ___ :____..._ 7; .Y
, This extra weight represents extra rubber and fabric, .. )" cottonseed meal.' .. are the South's chief instrument for a ? ,--,- ----?-
i "which mean extra service. Peanuts is 'another crop that more, quick and effective increase of the
than pays for itself in adding fertilityto food supply, Seed is plentiful]; last and Directors t k
h i W. B : the joJL-r' They grow readily on al year's crop was the second largest C. A. CARSON v '
'' ,\ :: MAKINSONyc :: well drained land except the ever produced. By means of vine cot- , President' M. KATZ and B. L. 'LESLEY, VP. to

i .J extremely heavy type. ,The oil is vain- tings it if possible] to plant almost un ROM'A'THOMAS. CasMtr. s
,Kissimmee(. J8e. ..... ..... able in commerce; peanut cake-the limited acreages of this crop and at ,- .
: :
: 'I '
residue from oil mills-makas excel- the same time" conserve the present N. a BRYAN. N. n. CARSON, in.'KATZ,.. 'f ,
tent stock food;; and peanut butter supply. 'That I., a farmer who wishes '". C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING. B. L LESLEY '(
I. a most nutritious and palatable article to plant] ten will bed seed enough..ay J.,WADE TUCKER. Directors.. K I

011; .1 4(''L11 for human consumption. ,Peat ,eight to ten bushels-,,to get slips for .. ..'.... .
... #IIffot.!
.cr i r z '
..4. f. If N 1/ _'," ;11h

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:.' THE'! VALLEY ffA>t T>T PRIOAY, 1 1ST .

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no. 11. \
STATE BANK Oil ' KISSIMMEE '' I vepsla, Stomach"troubles, Brain 'F.?,, t.. . ... ... .... .. eo. .. . .... ...... . .... . . . . . ..
au-.___ !. .a. state .f florid, BRYAN 'AND' LEWIS iN' and'Nervous Prostration. It will renew ,
i..t10.. .>,1_ .f ......_- ft.
,M*>y ltUl'|TReerees The national farmers loan will un youthful vim and, vigor and build!
questionably benefit many of our farmers up the whole body.; If your druggist Washington D. C :
) "STORMY" DEBATEIN will ,' $20, 25
; but the' red supply youwith Arco-Phos--
1 Loans on real .tat*__-_i.._1 '0.000.00,4 flat denotingdan
;) > on collateral ger floats from its masthead,. ILl phate send $1.00 for two week treat and Return
other than real>e.tat.16o, mortgage is universally recogniBed aj ment to Argo Laboratories, 10. .For: .

AU other loan, and.. .discount._.,.-_- 18 7$.,!29.16!t." being of the erloumenacestandard, and LEGISLATURE syth St., Atlanta, Ga., ACCOUNT OF

11:1.rat;* Bond--..,..:, 2,000.00: would be $ to I very -
,'. other bond. ._._..._......... 1,100.4)0) many' of our tillers of the; soil, who ---... NEW. $&,000 SCHOOLHOUSE

',; Uanklng fixture house-*..- .furniturend _.._.__. S8,4*<.ll recognize danger only when bound TALLAHASSEE, May 16.-Charg- FOR KENANSV1LLE-GIFT U. C.' V. REUNIONs
Other real estate ..I._..-.., 1.1 n.lo hand and foot by the power it pos lug unfair treatment,at the hands of OF. MRS. MARY L. BINGHAM,
and other '-
Claim resource' esses. Cash in hand is
A. O. L. n. H Co__,...___.-w 141.1' one* of the Frank Clark, Jr., who was in the chair Before weeks Kenans-
Due from'Incorporated bank. ".1118.44 most dangerous commodities that the at the time, in adjourning"' the House many more Tickets Sold June 1st to 6th:
..__ .. incautious handle villa will have a new $6,000 schoolhouse -
other cash Item. _,. ..._. 1.0116.118 can especially when, with
-Cash hand.-.__..._,.___ his motion to refer the Lewis work which will .
on 26,689.20Cy the home-cot is In on commence
Warrants; ....-__..._---_ 1.7'1 its improper use.placed Extravagance jeopardy' as by a"' bill in company with the Fogrmrty bill within a short time. Some time ag&Supt. Limit June 21 at, but 'limit n aT' l>e extended: to':Julv 6th'by

Total .. ..- -,......---_..$601,360,49 rule, is the farmers' birthright. As I of to the temperance committee Bryan C. E., Yowell received information depositing with,Special Agent. .
.1./ soon he is old Osceola, appealed from the decision from Mrs. Mary Lily Flakier
as enough to stand up.
.. .
i Liabilities right he begins to pick of the chair and precipitated a Bingham of New York, to the effect VETERANS SPECIAL
Capital Block-paid In-.,.. .*100,0110.00 up everything debate this clever
** stormy By
_._. morning. that she would donate. that: of
Surplus fund .- ..--. 16.VOO.UV. within his reach and hides it with an lIum -
Undivided pro1Ha (lest ex. parliamentary strategy Lewis had in' for schoolhouse in that
ingenuity that baffles the money sec
and taxes paid--) -rest the troduced bill minute before ad- Leave Jacksonville June 3rd 8:10 P. M f
penises 4B16.3 I family. He tears to piece a one tion. The offer was referred to the ..
Individual deposits subject any papers
to check --..-.---.....--- l'0S...i!'> hat may be left within his reach and journment and succeeded in getting it people of that enterprising district, Arrives Washington, .June 4th, 6:00 P. M
Time certificate of deposit2,4S. .2 will referred to the judiciary committee B, and accepted with thanks. Mrs. Bing.
ertlfed') check ...____. __ 1SS.'. waste break and destroy anythlnlr while made fruitless effort
Bryan a to Through Sleeping Cars :and. Coaches from
{ Cashier' Check outstanding 1,6(11.80( left by chance within reach of ham has shown a great deal.of Intereat ; ; 'Tampa'VIA ;

Having deposit ______r_... (5,084.00 his little finders. This' is the beginning have It referred to the temperance in Kenansville, the town having
lips payable .....___...... 10,000.00Total of the end. His youth sho js the committee, of which. he is chairman. beennamed for her family. the Ken
The committee
t Immediately after
.. result of his infant training and ans.
----501.8&0..1 as
State' of Florida, he advances to manhood the same .orable.adjournment. and reported the bill fav- The building will bo of brick and Atlantic Coast Line

County of Oaceola, **'i spirit grafted into his very nvture complete in every particular. There
I, :Kotna ThomaH, cashier of theabovenamed renders him easy! t6 all the 'allurements Bryan on the floor declared that will be school rooms, an auditorium,
bank do solemnly swear that our flaming cataloguesfrom never in his legislative experience had domestic science room,, gymnasiumand Standard Railroad of the South
that the above statement I I. true to the he known of '/,
of these northern an important measure other modern equipment. The
beet my knowledge and belief. business men of
ROMA THOMAS. Cashier fer.' His razor, which had previously reported in ten minutes.' Lewis reply- model will be practical, but attractive oo..ooooo . . . . .. . .oo.oo o.o..o..o. . .
Correct- "
(". A. CAUSON. served him so well;'why not buy a new ing said he had introduced the bill and there will be Q' large playground

ti :M. KAT7. one, A new suit of clothes is advertised under an emergency .to meet the tactics surrounding the building. It .
J. WADB-TUCKER free for the money. Why not get of the gentleman from Ose-nla. is expected that the structure will be
Directors. I Black shoes of date Lewis said: "When the gentlemanfrom completed for the fall term. :
Rubcrlbi! and! sworn to before me one. are ; ; .
this 10th day of May 1917 I white 'ones look so much better; 'and Osceola took the hide off mw the -
ALBERTA HOPSON. thus it goes to the end of his money, other day I did not raise my voice. I I II I I M M > H M IJ :;
Notary Public State of Florida My ,. When the Fogarty bill went to Judiciary
which is all to J:
'Commission expires January, lull.JV0TICK expended with nothing
show for it, but ruin and disgrace, but A he adopted every trick to pre- '' Legal'Advertisements ,3
ven the measure from coming before r .
OF APPLICATION FOR PAR. every dark cloud has Its silver lining Spray Pumps '
D0-(. and there is a bright side to this question the house. I :
Lewis. '
said "As
., Here comes the farmer who "Never until now,

Notice. I I.will h..r..bY"lflv..n apply to the that State the Boardof undersigned crosses the danger line unscathed; thq sure as God sits on his thron.3 someone I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I i I I M Insecticides

Pardon at Tallahassee Florida. for red flag is taken as a warning; and Is attempting" to muzzle just.and JVOTH-K OF I'ISCIAL KLKCTIQNVVIIIinRAH '
.conditional pardon for James -Yates, when his mortgage matures he has CD! right legislation', -
Jr.fa11'of' who wa Convicted. of murder In the far Increased the value of his land bygatlonja4jiiaation Resenting the reference reflecting I : at a meeting of the Mist spray means death to your %
1S89! In .
Osceola ,
.. bounty Florida. .
:TH:<:?"*l'lis iiaaWvafrtHkfatlttM".; furpHf
  • H 'wll* andjudicip1f! : on himselfand his cdmmittee, Jen Board of County Commlloner of..prpnln crop enemies We have full stocky
    11 IxTmade at the regular meeting of the ultivation that to him a blessing nas "'iiiilfi"'bf=''Du9'ltf= halemglid--Bryana 1 core,v-fiipetjl("ounty...=''i"?llnridab untt--F'J1trit1.-'en-ilfa held at Kl* lm- :- -- fil tha it'ght"'ttitftiiid' =i4dxtltfi-Deaf. -
    board In June or a* soon thereafter a* statement\ prefacing his remarks by : hoard y
    been granted. His love for the sacred- 7th, A. p. 117. the having considered Machines.
    be Our
    taken dates from
    eame May can 11 l, 1117, up.. ness of home has been increased and saying that he intended to back up his I a petition theretofore presentedto experience

    "-r _",,,,'r.EWtfl O'RRYAN, 'ta adorning that homer --with that manhood to'the extent that he was a : nvn them>pei>-beub signed by more duly than registeredvdlRrs twenty v, the very first, -spraying id' 'Florida y 5
    qt-the R
    v MILTON PL-EDdER, native born South Carolinian what he : '
    which makes it bright- and beautifuland 1 who are freeb61der residing;
    Attorney* far Jame Yates, Jr. BEND FOR SPRAY
    wlthlnHhe CATALOGUE,
    cheerful he and his family are would say I territory.therein and hereinafter

    benefited to the full extent of the law Mr. Bryan assured Mm, constitute draorlbedwhich Into..a Special It I I. proposed Road. 'and to

    and if the farmers of Osceola county he intended personal hoWeVer'j Bridge. ":r ho'.a: the said Boardto. Wilson & ToomEr fertilizer Co. -'
    would use the means that the govern the'character from ths call an to determine whether
    ,. or not ...territory shall be constituted I iii! Manufacturers of Ideal Fertilizers,-
    GBRSDJI PIIRJIIER ment provides.with judgment and discretion from Duval or, the 'committee, only Into a Special Head and Bridge 1
    I we would all 'be benefited criticised hasty (action.Jennings was District, and the road and bridges proposed I Jacksonville, r -
    thereby. We believe that rains sufficient frequently interrupted and time was therein constructed and paid for Florldlt, ( _

    6 .to satisfy the most exactingwill called by Hamrick, but members a*WHEREAS specified In the said said petition Board; and having /

    be the outcome of our present yielded time. He openly charged the examined, considered. and investigated
    SELLSFire. season but we have an uncompromising evfstence of a bureau in the house or said petition and found that the same

    class who always have too 'much closely connected with that body engaged and In all that respects It 4* signed compile by with more" the than law,

    jr not enough-natural grumblerswho in trading in the moral characters twenty-five per cent of the duly registered
    Life Accident and don't know' what they want and of'the members freehold .voter residing within

    ire dissatisfied with the best the good "When you trade in the morals of aid for the territory purpose, has aforesaid ordered; an'election .....

    Health PJate Glass Lia Lord can give them. Be that as it members of this house you trade in NOW, THKHKFOKK: notice'I hereby -

    may however the crops are growingwith spiritual things, and when you do that given that a special election will be .

    bility and Boiler Insurance. wonderful rapidity, both in city you corrupt the manhood of.. the held territory on June l, A.described D.- 1117, withinsped which WATERS'' & CARSON GROCERY CO. Local Agents "

    and county % state," said Jennings. It 1* proposed to be'Included In said ,' .
    1 Smith be he wanted the Special Road and Bridge District to-
    Legal Bonds Executed Our friend tae i appears to He asked Bryan why wit .
    : '--'--'--
    lecidedly on' the improve; the nature measure referred' to 'the temperance lieglnnln at the 'Northwest cornerof

    Same Day Needed of.. his complaint creates many'drawbacks committee. Section 6, Township 26 Bouth. llanfte ...... . .... .. ... ...... .. .. .. .. .... 8fl . .. . ......
    but his general health appears "Don't'you realize this is an intem- 17 Kast..and run thence South along
    (to be better than it was 'a few weeks perate measure T" said Bryan. the Range line dividing Range 26 and
    17. to the Southwest corner if Section ,
    9. ' { OFFICE: State Bad BuildingTHE for the present term, we shall let the gentleman," said Jennings. "He thence- East, along the township line
    has been iruch. meet dividing Townships 26 and K, to the
    subject: rest, as there things everything that does not Southeast corner of Section 26, Township t
    more talk about .It than anything his approval intemperate. If South Range 17 Bait: thence
    I else. We're glad It's over.Our'postofficecontinues. Bryan Insisted striking from the Southeasterly along the line dividing i Rates Beginning December let:

    A to .be one journal the record of what he tedmedone Oaceola corner and Polk of Section counties 11,to the Southwest I .

    fbRIOAMETAlPRODUCTSCbl of the,,best conducted ''institutions in black five' minutes.He South, Range 2* Kasti thence Township East 27 Storage on all Meats-2 cent pound Fifteen Day

    the state and in appreciation of that wa swilling the bill Should go to along the Township line dividing 'Pork
    I MANUFACTURE fact we are compelled to give it n calendar without reference to the committee Lake Townships Cypress 17;and thence 24/ to along the the margin Northern of Curing+ ready for smoking, 1 12c. per pound,

    .- oasslngnotice.. but was unwilling the unfair margin of said Lake Cypress to the Twenty Days.
    METAL Our Democratic rooster', anger hat ruling of the chair should remain on center of the canal connecting Lake Curing and Smoking 2e pound.Bring .

    CEILINGS been aroused by the fai'ur.j' or the record.. Speaker Hardee ruled that I Cypress Northerly and along Lake the Tohopekaltgathence center line of said per

    part of our merchants to adopt war certain prerogatives of the chair were canal to the margin of Lake -Tohopekallaja -

    CULVERTS, SHINGLES prices on ,all articles except eggs. It not subject to appeal, among them the I ; thence along the' Southern and
    hogs the killed. We will do
    us day they'are
    Eastern boundary line'' or margin of your
    I ,
    AND OTHER s said that the 20nts cash is all his right to refer bills to committee as he Lake Tohopekallga to the center of the .
    keeper can get for them anj he fears chose. Finding two-thirds vote necessary canal connecting Lake Tohopekallga .thejceit?

    SHEET METAL .hat the! product o.iing.'so\ low will to overrule the decision of the and East Lake Tohopekallga; thence .
    He's the cf along the center line of said canal to
    nal. patriotic on and
    same motion
    LBUILDING A chair Bryan withdrew Last Lake : M.araF' : + I t"1,1: ;,. '': . , ',.., . ",
    I glory and wishes he>were a man and house settled down to its normal calm. Northeasterly across P'k llJaL.kheT ""s kNGir4p } u ; "-"

    MATERIAL 9ANO could fight for his country. 'Our hopekallga to a point where the KISSIMMEE If' & COLD STORCO'
    Whit. TODAY SPECIAL friend. Peter Savage,, is still'with Potatoes for Northern boundary" said Lake i
    1,000 of Sweet touches the tine
    acres ; Range dividing .
    U7A104U26 QUOTA ONS the telephone company. He and. his Klssimmee." Range 10 and 11: thence North along .
    -J ACKSONVILLE. . .. .t LA. and went to his father's aid Range line
    to the Northern
    ; tady Mr. Sessions Myrtle last Sunday. This boundary of Osceola County, the name ........ ........ .......Ot 0000...................... ...

    time taking the water route and after Make Beautiful being the Township' line dividing .
    Says Phosphates Townships 14 and 25; thence West ---
    Magnolia Balm a splendid sail on the lake returned along said Township line to the placeof O. C, BronBon. Inspector.-' name of O. H. Kyle,' E. Savoy ...not'H. E.
    Sunday night. Mrs: Sessions returned beginning; said description Including C. A Oarratt Clerk. Sexton at the date of Issuance of said

    LIQUID FACE POWDER. with them and will be the guest oOf he? Women and Strong, missioner'all of the Districts land embraced numbered One Com(1) Precinct No.1: certificate hall be redeemed; unless' according.said certificates to law,

    The beauty secret of daughter while the good man of the and Two (1). C. J. Lamb. tax deed will 1ue thereon on the 11th }
    house is at St. Cloud. For ; W. C. 8en.lba.'C. of
    busy Healthy Vigorous the purpose of determining, day June, A. D. 117.
    women who knowhowto That busy little Wonder City remains whetheraald territory shall' be constituted 8. Aeree In.r.ector.. Witness my hand and official seat
    Into E. E. this the .th of A. D. 191?.
    a Special Road and Bridge : day .
    take care othe com in the line of progress by having Robust Men. District and the proposed roads and l J. L. 0% ER8TREET,
    plexion. Cannot be something added to their improve- bridges constructed and paid for a* Precinct No. 10: Clerk Circuit Court Oioeola County, a
    S. ments time the opportunity specified In said petition, and only duly B, O. Hancock, State of Florida..
    detected. Heals Sun every qualified electors who are free-holder It. U Patrick (Circuit Court.SeaL 11-It
    burn atop Tan. Soothing presents.Hunter's. Physicians all ov'er the world are prescribing residing within said territory, hall be C. T. Sullivan! Tnnnctor
    4 -' cooling refreshing' Paradise has been invadedand build entitled to vote at said election. Thegeneral B. A. .Patton Clerk. NOTICE O" ATTACHMENT

    is,/1, 'a: Ant, WhH. "RR a conducted deer captured.with due The solemnity' ceremonywas run down phosphates anemic conditions to and up bridge" proposed description to of be the constructed road and and Done' and ordered at' Kissimmee.. T. F, ('. tt.*4wlj ... All Per. ***. !.- ..
    '-i 75e,ml VrattUU.,J.,mall Jlnct. a those who have treated their patients the estimated cost. of the same and the Florida, this 7th day .of May, A. D. ter str4
    Sample) (either color) for 2c. Stamp. he residence of William Temple last manner In which payment therefor I* 1917.
    Thursday nifrht. Rex united the\ with Arg-Phosphate are to he made, I I. a* follows ERNEST MACH Chairman. Notice I I. hereby given that I, t* II.IriKram .
    Laos MI.Co. 40 I Sooth RfchSu Brooklyn.N.Y. couple. Names are suppressed for the changing thin, enemie ,,'omenwtth The road known a. the 'Campbell A, F. BARS. ,. Sheriff' of Osceola County lit I
    H. H. GUY .
    toneless tissue flesh the state of Florida, have this day attached -
    flabby Station and Loughman road extending
    oresent but will be in FRANKSALKER.
    given our next 'fl
    certain real
    from the limit of estate belonging to ,
    Townof .t
    corporate the
    -- S 'S into the- moot beautiful rosy- 11:. U D. OVKH8THEET.:
    There is one more successful hunter Klnslmmea I City to the Poly county F.-C. Ooodwln In the county of Osceoln
    cheeked and plump, round-formed Members of the Board of County Com and "tat.'of Florida described ssfol. "
    and .
    and w! are invited to perform the e running through the town of mlMloner of Oaceola County Flor- "
    at women. imaginable.Atlanta Campbell said road extending through low; ., '"
    St. Cloud during the Ida. 1"
    ceremony Section 10, 11 and 12. In Township 26
    coming week. Old Hard Times Atteat: JOHN U OVERHTRKKT, The BKJ4 of the RHtf. the SW+4 of ': I
    never South Range 29 East Section and
    i JRjARDfNSUPPLY'.yOU( Ga. Dr. Jacobson said in IIi. ll6t Clerk of said Hoard.NOTICE .
    can or never will keep apart those who a 1 of Township 18 South, Range ; the 8RW. and the'RH of the NEW\ -
    recent interview that 90 per cent. of Suction 12. IS and 14 of Township 26 excepting the rlKht-of-way of the . become united-it's
    more so, South Florida Railway; In section 11)
    enemla from break South Range 28 East, and Section 6 )
    comes nervous OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
    and the W of the W of
    % section
    If anything all
    be corrected and 8 of Township IS South Range 21Ea.t. I)KKI) UNDER(; SECTIONS(; BT4 AND
    down which only by all ,
    can being ZS '
    township south of rang
    The high cost of living has not materially .. KTrt JI2\KltAI.(; HTATIITB8! OF THE U. .
    affected the man whose indus supplying the necessary phosphates Also one mile, mere or less, on the STATE OK VLOHIUA. Also! "WA},' of the NWUi. 8VAi"of
    n11d0dd1 SL try faithfulness' gives him a call the nervous system that is lacking In Kleslmmee-St. Cloud road beginning at 8W,4. and n half Interest In the NVV4, t
    for higher and this class have the food you eat and this can be a point where the hard-surfacing on Notice I I. hereby given that Alex of the BWU of section. 6, In township
    wages aid road will atop after the completionof 26. Mouth *$.
    quickly supplied by taking one or two Haynes, purchaser of Tax Certificates
    iiiimiiI i had no just cause for complaint. The- l.gnirr'ArgoPhospha.tetabletsalteeach let the contract which. has already been o..10U..JJI L .nJ....1tt .-rfal.rt. _th -..8tk Also. : thCLJ1.:!4 <>fth IJF!ahex pi -
    timely advice given in youresteemed'lournal o.apprDxtmatelyrfoJmlle.. s of' day"of July. A. LI. IBM has filed' said one-halcacra graveyard> and interest
    --5 +--- -.-. has caused employers to meal, and at bed time, It will road. certificate In my office and has mad In the WH. of the NE'4, and a
    r f consider in many cases make a pale.scrawny The above described road are to be application for Tax Deed to (issuen half Interest In the 8EH of section I, .
    ,; : the needs of their employes and face the of. health in few nine ((9) feet wide, except that part of accordance with law. Said certificate township 18, south of range 19.
    I "" Ip;;;: the result is that all have been bene picture a the road to Loughman extending from embrace the following land In Oce-
    \ >&0jtP&GARDEN' !! /& flted.\ The employer by nrocurimr! better days. I have seen women that 1 expected the .City Limit of Klsslmmee to a ola County Florida, c : : You are hereby commanded to appear
    labor would have to ba kept .under point where the public road crossesthe Lore 14 and 16, I :, cwW: ; Lot 11' of before the .JuetK'" 'of the Circuit Court
    : and the employe by being treatment for months) restored to Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Com.p..n"a Block 47, and Lot. 1. 1, I. t and 5" of of Osceola county Florida nnlhe Inrl
    and pi EL enable to procure needed supplies on : per- right of way at the West end of Block C, all of Marydla day of July' 1.1T, same being a rule
    .1 the equalization plan. When capital'I fect. health in one or two weeks time. the County Pair Ground, which road The said land belnir aeiied in the day of said court to answer In an action
    NOTICE The hall be sixteen" (18) feet wide road of assumpslt dntnaa-e In the um
    labor SPECIAL : Argo- ; name of 8. dray and W. KKRlenton, at .
    SEEDSESPECIALLY and can work to'each other's advantage recommended by Dr. F. H. to be hard surfaced with brick or asphalt the date of Issuance of Bald certificate; of-11600.00. In which the CoeMortimerCompany : :
    both will be benefited there block. unless said certificates shall be I I. plaintiff and the said F. C. .A
    I by. ISo Jacobson contains phosphates such 'as All bridge shall be 'constructed I ed according. to law, tax deed r.deem.1 Qoodwln l. defendant: Herein fall notorjudgment
    ADAPTED It is all along the line. Thosewho are prescribed by leading physicians where required of Iron. cement or sue thereon bn the 11th day of June. I will b.' KlVen' .against' you
    either all said material : A .T. 1917 I by default
    throughout the world and it will be wood or or of ,
    'FOR YOUR STATE. appreciate advice given for -the and cf sufficient span to meet the requirements -Wltnea* my hand'! and official' seal I 'U. II. INORAr. .
    I benefit of our people by the practiceof found the most effective form for of the locality a* decidedon this .the Ith day of MAVA.. n. 181?. Sheriff of Osceola Co., Florida. I'

    -FREE-:. liberality will be benefited We treating patients. with .Nervous DysENGINES the engineer. In- charge of the Clerk Circuit Court.., J. I... OVER8TBKBT Oaceola County: .JNO. Clerk I. OVEKflTRKKT.Circuit Court..

    may say ye editor is speaking: for himself M The estimated Coat of such road and State of Florida. LEWIS O'URT AN.
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    ..OUR INSTRUCTIVE CATACOQANO I granted, but that which is good ;.. bridges I I.. 1100.000.00. and the construction (Circuit Court Seal. U.1tNOTIf'1II tI.ft Attorney for,,Plaintiff.
    WEEKLY.PRICEUSr: there of I* to be paid for by the -
    . .. :for the. Gazette and Its owners 1l is Issue and sale of bond to the amountof ttV"I APPLICATION' '

    SEND FOR.THEM TODAYJACKSONYILLE.FLA 1 beneficial to every industrious manin 1100,000.00, bearing Interest at the ItKKIt IINHKH/ : IIII'J'INII art ANn TAX NOTICE TO CREDITORS ._,

    EMARTIN'SEEDeD. ; the county so that selfishness) can- able rate of eml-annually 6% per annum; said from Interest date,to pay-be &'15. GENERAL STATUTES! Of THE -. .. .. ,
    STATIC OK KL.ORIOA. Is Crt .( not be charged, and the prosperity of 'I ff represented: .bro Interest coupon. C...,,,, 5..1 F5.rids.
    our city and county depends on united Said be serial bond and are -

    <, ; ,; :action. All< can help some. Perhaps to per be annum payable for at a. the period rate.of of 16,000.00 Twenty 'Not Ice.U hereby'grlven. that ."V". J.Barber !. .re ICeta'e'' .f "''a_ W., Lilly.

    I some think they cannot do enough to Years. -. purchaser' of Tax .Certificate* ,-
    T. M. RIVERS. M. D.. bo I of much assistance but the fable The place for holding said electionIn No. 118, D.110 and 111. datedJuly said To all Creditor Legatees, Dliitrlbateea
    ". ,of the mouse and the lion should encourage said territory and the Inspectors and ''I'I''t.I' : : UJfteeb:*dft :* made and all Persons having said Eetatei Claim or
    clerk appointed for said election Demand against
    TIIYSICIAN and SURGEON all to do what BOILERS; SAW MILLS areas application for Tax Deed. to issue Inaccordance.with l
    they follow:,, law. Said certificate You, and each of you are hertby no-
    rOftlce; over Osceola Pbarmaey'Pease can.REX. sad WOOD WORKINO MACHINERYA t tined .. any claim and *emand ..
    embrace the
    following; lands In Oace which
    Precinct. No. I! you, or either ef yea may
    .' Una'of Mill and ola County. Florida, to-wlts
    'Heldenc It "- complete Bupplle H. N. Bratton. against the estate of Jame. W.
    Office l... "; Heavy Machinery carried.' 'in stock George T. Blngletary JAo'.t. 1. S, S, Block *1. Florida Drained Lilly, deceased, late of Oaceola countr.
    Taxpayers should remember that for Immediatehtpment.. Qet our R. D. Oulce, Inspector., CoSubdlrt.lon No1.. Lot 9. Florida, to, the' undersigned executrixf :
    To Car a Cold la One Day'TabeLAXA7TVROMO 1 the city tax book will Monday price order and catalogue. before placing / Edgar Mats Clerk. Block -:n, Florida Drained Mock .'. said estate within two year from ;.1
    your Subdivision No. I and Lot 3S. 60
    QalalM.:It stop the ;. being the third Monday in May, MALSBY MACHINERY' Precinct No.' ,2: ',' Florida Drained Land wetk :refinid aioaey II H sea: too care. I and everyone should pay> up by that _-Ie B. Bar S... .........I... na.I J.- H. Joiner. 1.* ALICR W1'LDE1\.
    1)j.) WO&OVIC''B *lg.etaW oTec > boa Sic. ,date in order to avoid penalty.. W, O, Bronson. '-- ;Theald: (Und being assessed In the 14Um ...t flf.

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    . . . .OIII..I.IO' . . . . . .C..I.I. . . . . .C Musical of d
    and Expression Feature i-, 51

    Society Notes e Commencement Exercises Pleasing

    Visit Our Library' .. _

    (Mrs E. E. Wells, Editor.)
    no feature of the Com- were: Misses Alva Fortner, Lottie RENTED -
    : PERHAPS exercises spoke so Clark, Virginia Dann, Olivine Savage, ,
    I Reejaest Is made te aJQ patroas of the Valley Gazette to send items I of the high standard attained TKelma Woodall, Irene Ingram, Anna "
    I : by the Kissimmee schools Story, Margaret Dann, Jane May, Alt IQc A WEEK
    .*f Society Events V> the Editor for pnblkatio'a fa these coloms.MtO I as the expression and musical recitals pba Westfall, Millie Partin, Margeret

    of last week. On/Thursday; night, Miss Lee, Porchie Pherigo, Margeret Dann,
    - - - . - - - - - - - - : Elizabeth Aultman's entertained Lenore Fortner Gertrude McKay, Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing ,
    .I..I.I..I.I.I.I. . ,, . . . . . . . . . . . . pupils .
    a large audience with a wonder- Margeret Stanford, and Bert Wells,
    4. ..... .... . . ..... $6440V. .... .. ... ... .. .r6004 0O fully varied program. Readings by Murray Overstreet, Ferdinand Carson a Specialty.Dr. .
    e p from the -world's and Horace Dann. I
    tiny tots, rare gems
    j'' greatest authors, fine 'old classics, A selection by the ,
    1 : 0 human- interest stories were all presented King's Champion," rendered by' the H. E. Cole, Optometrist, will be at his
    . .o..t. ..t..oo.. OOOO'O.tOOOOO"O.'OOOOO. so faithfully that the praise of chorus, and piano numbers by Misses usual place in this establishment every. Toes-
    the audience was unbounded. The pro- Lena Williams and Carolyn Fripp
    Mrs. M. Katt entertained with i I a The young men of the town gavee gram was not made up from the few, were an added pleasure of the even- day, to meet his friends and patients.
    lovely afternoon tea at the Club Hous e informal dance at the home' of best readers of this department, but '
    1... of last week from 4 to <0 Mr. Hunter "The House Ing.The
    Thursday Harry Log every pupil took some part and contributed musical recital by Miss Beals' .
    o'clock. A four-piece orchestra rendered Thursday evening, in honor of Miss his best to the evening's en- pupils was given Friday night before W.. E. SANDERSON & CO. '
    r a beautiful program durin g Violet Bullock, who left for an extended ttrtalnment. And so well did these appreciative listeners. The fine program .
    < these hours and the afternoon close I visit to Long,hland, N. Y., Thursday young entertainers impersonate their included selection from the .JEWELERS,
    6ti with refreshments of sandwiches, tel night. Punch and cake were characters that the listeners no longersaw French, German, Spanish Polish and Successors to
    and assorted cakes. served throughout the evening. Mrs. their little friends, but heheld new even the American school of music.Beginners H. O. BROWN & CO. a aL
    I The invited guests were Mrs. C. A, H. Stanford and Mss. S.. H. Bullock people, who thought grand thoughts, with only a few months' I ., :
    Carson, Mrs. H..C. Stanford, Mrs. H Sr., chaperoned. and lived noble lives. Each number of instruction, valiantly appeared and '
    ,,1.A II. Harper Mrs. J. D. Clark, Mrs. Edgar Those present were: Marie Hud the program was well rendered and showed, an amazing progress, while .
    i; Katz, Mrs. S. B. Aultman, Mrs. dleston Edna Schweikart, Ethyle Lee, special mention of anyone would be the more accomplished players rendered S
    ; j\ W. Bailey, Mrs. Capt. Johnsonr ,, Violet Bullock, Norma Griffin, Corrie an injustice to the others. very finished production; Duets,
    Mrs. Hyatt Mrs. J. L. Overstreet,,, Cannon, Thelma Osborne, Lottie executed with fine expression, pleasingly .
    'Mrs. J. J. Griffin, Mrs. D. E. Alderman Clark, Mary Tiller, Grace Gilbert About thirty pupils have enrolled in alternated ,these numbers, making (O'Ooto 0000..
    Mrs. Kribbs, Mrs. II. W. Boice,I Lois Johnson, Anne Carson, Margaretand the expression,department this year the entertainment, as a whole, a 1MIXING
    Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, Mrs. Plummer,, Mattie Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. J, and no part of the school work is splendid success, and terms of highest
    i Mm. W. B. Makinson, Mrs. ,James M. D. Clark, Mrs"and Mrs. Stanley Bullock more broadening and refining' in its praise were heard on every hand at I IT. UP ,'
    Wilson, Mrs Claude Harper, Mrs. Jr., Roy Graves, Dewey Sumner, influence than the intimate knowledgewith the close xf the evening.
    : 'Fred Gilbert,, Mrs. Gay Livingston, Sheldon Johnxno, Raymond Bearden, famous authors which the teach. The names of the pupils participating I
    Mr W B. Crawford, Mrs May, Mrs. liasid Hamilton, .Bert Wells, PjatorGilbert cr, Miss Aultman brings about.: Kis in this event were published in ; for the season. Everything
    W. J. Scars, Mrs. W. J. S. Carr, Mrs. Dick and Ned' Bullock Ted simmee is indeed fortunate in having last -week's paper.
    S 11 I Bullock! Mrs\ Eugene Bryan ?dr.P. Estcy and Leroy Lesley, 80 efficient and,conscientious instiucor The patrons of the school are very t- a" Ready. Syrups made from
    K. 'VeRvei11I81es Elizabeth );'lone.gan at the head of this department. fortunate in having,Miss Deals at the "
    Louise Plummer Frances ,Day, The pupils taking part In the recital! head. of this f IC '
    'j .. .. department. 'X.x-: >* ;<-: :--) the choicest fresh frails and
    and 1d
    Aultman I
    h Anne Carson. Elizabeth .; .. :
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    Medora Russell < SHOWER: FOR MRS. WALLING: 44 +r444444444+ 4W fi444.:+:--c .FORMER KISSIMMEE!=; MAN: is I .
    berries. The flavor: of ''
    4 4 4 KILLEDVMCv.jQhaIiiiroJE'JcybiiEg.vmfll Gur.a"U" d
    0400ae..4a.404i 04rMFRi1Xl1ANCING- 044.. *'X 40004a.}) fr ANNUAL ROLL OF HONOR 4 .' ,. r
    < !
    _. '' r xmls "Z iceneDce and
    a : with-a. .a. pa the
    ", PARTY,4t ; "" .%Ali snAlberl! iHopaonentertained t# fatal: accident Trenton Junction. Jt '
    the members' the Royal. Neighbor While 'on the step of a Pullman car I. ,, of all ; : eg*< '
    ")4>(ooCo Lodge,at her apartments Mabbette envy competitors. Stop ;
    on The following pupils"of 'the Kissim. looking for a' hotbox the tail of hU
    street, Satuday evening. The hours mee Public Schools have made an average coat caught on a spiked fence pulling
    I The younger set enjoyed a merry were, spent quite informally one ,of ninety per cent., or more, i ii him from the fast moving express i it and ask for Jong drink. r
    t dancing party at the Tiller home Sat- pleasing feature being a handkerchiefihower their studies for the year ending Ma;y Mr.\ Fryburg was born and raised; in
    urday night in honor of Misses Violet for Mrs. D.. Walling, who is 11, 1917, and have made not less that this vicinity. After leaving school at
    Bullock and Katherine Carr, who will leaving for Ohio. eighty per any subject or lea, the age of nineteen his first positionwas I PALACE DRUG
    spend a portion of the summer in New Miss Elsie Norton assisted the hostess than ninety per cent, in deportment: with the Philadelphia &: Reading : STORE ,
    York. The guests appeared "en In serving delicious fruit' punch Fourth Grade B Railroad. He has,been a faithful and I

    masque," and many amusing costumes with assorted wafer. I Wesley Bronson Tracy Canova,, trusted employe for fifty years, never OTIS STEVENS. Mgr. 0u
    were in evidence. Doyle (DavisIrvin Driggers, Arthui having had an accident. -D..xeHill .....
    U O OHoO
    j Late in the evening sherbet. and I Flint, Mary Coleman, Letty Holts- (Pa.) Herald. C OU 00'0'000060- - 600- - U. -&
    .P Marie I '-- - -- ---- .
    cake were served. claw, Katie Hirtzel, Harper,
    At the party were Mary and Kath- > PICNIC AT CURREY ]HOME P Gladys Harmon, Alma Kritz Eleanor Mr. Fryburg was well known in Kis. 40fi04d4tfi844fi4J0,74fi'P. SHINGLE CREEK ITEMS
    erine Tiller, Mattie and Margeret 6 Overstreet, Eunice Rivers, Mary Ella simmee, he and his estimable wife 4 4 -
    Stanford, Grace Gilbert, Lois Johnson, .UO..O. . H H'OOOO..OO Stroup, Elsie Welch. having visited here the past several 4 BARTON. LAKE AND IVEY 4 Mr. and Mrs. F. 11. Tyner entertaIn.
    Mamie Pilley, Thelma Osborne, Lottie winters, stopping with Mr. and Mrs. 4 SCHOOLS, CLOSE 4 ed a few friends t
    Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clark Mr. and J. M. Gardner. They spent some time Tuesday night in
    Clark, Laura Thomas, Norma Fourth Grade A + honor of their' small
    Genie Bullock, Katherine Carr, Marie Mrs. Tom McCoskey and daughter, Louise Young, Herbert Wilson, Eva here the past season, and returned to second birthday. The little son. folks Marvin's,'
    Huddleston and Loyi& Clark; Messrs Elsie, Mrs. 'A. Cotterman and daughter Johnson,. Helen Wlnn, Carl Schmidt, their home only a few weeks ago. ed ,games throughout the evening play.
    Ted Estey, Raymond Bearden Roy Elizabeth, Mr. McGuiro and Ralph Schilder, Ruth Starling' Kim- The closing: of- the Barton Lake and after which delicious refreshments
    Carr, Roy Graves, Dick and Ned Bullock daughters, Misses Susie and Bessie, brough Oliver, Rebekah Miller. Dorcey -EGG CIRCLE" ORGANIZED Ivey Schools, on Friday, May 4th, presented were served. All went, away wishing
    Edgar Bryan, Prator Gilbert, motored to Pine Castle Saturday' for Lybrand, Mary Ethel Gilbert, .Jeannette RECENTLY AT CENTER- PARK a fitting climax to two very Marvin many' happy returns of the
    Arhur Jarrell and Will Mason Tiller. an all day picnic at the Currey home. .Griffin, Georgia Fairbanks, Russell successful eight months,, country
    I fl Edwards, Edna' Cayson, Arthur Miss Minnie Floyd of Tallahassee, schools The County School Board day.Walter Bronson was a business
    OOO.OO.ttOOO ootOO.tOO CAMPFIRE GIRLS TO PLANT Bullock. state puoltry agent who' has feels an especial pride in those school caller to Kissimmee Wednesday.
    AND CARE FOR AN ACRE OF Fifth Grade B. been spending a few days 1n this which. are open eight months in the Mrs Tommie Mosely of Kissimmee'is i,
    : tAMP\ FIRE GIRLS. !MEET to SWEET POTATOES AT .ONCE Clara: Johnson, Leo Canova 'Fannie section, and on Tuesday organized with an year. In fact!;, they wish by this tIme visiting at the W. L Mosely home "
    I 000> 4 Seymour, Willie) Long. "Egg Circle" at Center Park, next year to have all Orange County here %
    I. The Oskito Campfire Girls Fifth Grade A quite a good membership. This is a Schools in the In Misses ,;
    .OtOAOOCOOO.tO..t ...O an organization Us eight month list. no Edythe Niawonger' and Susie t
    ,_" ., composed of a 'dozen or Janet Graves, Ruth Herzberg "Vir new movement, having for purposethe other way can we have a truly uniform Tyson visited at the E. L. I). Over- qtr'
    The Oskito Camp Fire Girls held 'a more of young women. Have decidedto ginia.Lesley, Katherine Miller, Madge formation of clubs looking to a course fo study. street home Sunday,
    meeting at the home of their guardian engage in the agricultural activity Rivers, Mae Winn, R. D. Thomas., more concerted effort to produce establishing a fine- The Barton Lake School enrolled T, E.,Ivey went to Kissimmee Tues _
    Mrs. Howard Katz, to make defi- which is prevailing at this time. At a Fred Lupfer. grade of poultry and eggs, and seventeen ((17)) pupils and Ivey thirty day.Mrs. ,
    nite plans for their summer's work.Th.organizatlon meeting recently held the girls decided Sixth Grade B better markets for the same. one (31)-all eligible children being; Will Branson and children of t
    has pledged itself to to plant an acre of sweet potatoes, Ralph Cooper; F. S. Ledbetter Willie Miss Floyd has_ met with! much encouragement enrolled. In both cases a high average Traveler's Rest, visited relatives here 1
    one acre of sweet potatoes and and care for the same, provided that Johnson, Gladys Calkins, Blanche I in her work In this section attendance and.a lively interest Tuesday ..
    r Slant to have the plot completed by the some one would donate them the Mueller, Nora' Keller. has been maintained/ all the year Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas will n
    first of July. County Demonstrator B. ground for the purpose. The plan is'a Sixth Grade A through. leave next Monday to visit their \
    E. Evans was present at the meetingby most commendable one, and it goes Johnnie Bronson, Winifred Denning, CARL OF THANKSMr Both teachers, Miss Cecil Rams- daughter and to spend the summer in .1 p.
    special request and discussed with without saying that the young ladies Katherine 'McKay, Naomi Starling, ;and Mrs A, M. Chisholm wishto dell, of DeLand, and Mr. M. L. Ivey, of Missouri. . ,'' 'i, -,
    the gardeners the best methods will not want long for a .plot .of Margaret, Win, Nellie Wbodall, Milton thank the members of th', Christian this place, are held in the highest es. P. T. and Grady. Cromartie trans "
    of carrying;young out their plans. The mem. ground., They desire to get the acre I Graham; Lewis O'Bryan. i <, I;' "Wjji, Church\ forfi thejj beautiful \, |'IverLLteet! te.hmoollb i .all'concerned!, : 1;iIn, these, .?\:'two acted, business KJasimmee Monday. '\\
    bers present were;'Misses Violet Bullock -, planted by not later than July 1. Seventh. Grade B <$f\,t-Wi, given them.The,many e&pfeJalons' of .>fv '"* .<"' "' '' Mr. -and Mrs. E. L. D. Overstreet a.
    $, Margeret and' Mattie Stan Robert Calkins, James Dietz, Dorothy appreciation showrthem by this Both schools have many excellent were Orlando visitors Saturday. ""
    ford, Mary Tiller, Lois Johnson, Kath Mrs. Ira Weatherby entertained a Miller. Wilma Wilson. church will always be gratefully re plans for their further improvementand M. N. Miller and family of Kissiro- ;
    erine Carr, Grace Gilbert and Norma number- her Kissimmee friends at Seventh Grade A membered. their patrons expect to work hard mee and Mr. Kruse -of Haines City ,
    Griffin. her pleasant country home( Wednesday Ruby Oliver, Lena Williams. J. J. Yours truly, to nee that they are carried out. motored out and spent the afternoonat \
    of last week with a bounteous dinner. J McCranie, Lewis Hirtzel. .A. M. CHISHOLM. The Ivey school has a live'canning the G. C. Bronson home. '.
    The guests Included Mrs. Sarah Ca- Eighth Grade B and garden club. By. two recent,socials Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Tyner went to \
    +.OOOO .OO. OO hoon, Mrs S. G. Barber and daughter, Dorothy Roberts, Frances Kritz, THE LITTLE PLAYSOLDIERSAnd at the school house, they have earned Orlando Wednesday where Mrs. Ty
    :4. to Miss\ Myrtle Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. Alma 'Cooper, Thelma Woodall, Lu ( the Mother's Dream) more than enough to buy three can. : ner will enter a hospital for treat. '149
    ROYAL NEIGHBORS ENTER. and ners. ment. Mr, Tyner returned home, the ','
    Rep Floyd daughter, Edna. :lIe Whidden, Pansy Bowen, Leah The little Play-Soldiers are marching -
    *> TAINED 4 ]llirzberg( Irene Milton. Wednesday night pf last week they same day. ;
    f 0 4 A. Cotterman returned Sunday from Eighth Grade A See the shine o' their curls in the took in over sixteen dollars '((16.00)). Mos Thomas of Gotha motored k
    + oO OOOtttOOOt OO'I Indianapolis, lad, where he was called Dorothy Denning, Elinor Dunne, gun! Friends were there from the Conway down to-Shingle Creek, Tuesday. '1
    ,I r by the illness- of his daughter. Mr. t Gladys Howell, Corleon Bryan, William !- They, .too with a kiss and Falrvllla Clubs, as were also their ;
    Mrs. S. D. Marks entertained the Cotterman encountered a severe snowstorm 1 Schilder, John Graham, Donald Went to war-but like this: loved canning club demonstrator, Mrs.
    .' .' members of the Royal Nenghbors on his trip and gladly returned 'McKa It's over when playtime Is done! Nellie W. Taylor, and the writer.At At the Churches r
    I Lodge at her home Thursday after- both schools, the patrons and
    to the "land of sunshine. ,Then run to their mothers. to rock ..., r
    7. noon.) The guests enjoyed the hourson ( .. them to rest. friends came out with bountiful din- .,,'
    the shady veranda where they chatted HIGH SCHOOL which showed that have two FIRST METHODIST CHUB
    mother with ners we :
    The Girls of Epworth will give a FirSt Year But there's. many a :
    .: _. andworked at dainty needlework silver social at the M. E. Ethel Johnson Edith Percie wearing' breast. communities at least that need not ;;;;;;
    Refreshments of sandwiches, cakes Bungalow Miller.. fear the Hunger: Wolf. 9:45: a. m.-Sunday "School; R. M. .
    rand punch were served by the hostess. the Friday evening and cordially invite I Oliver. Year I've seen them in days o' too post Lockhart community sent visitors Evans, supernitendent. w
    y public Second time, over to Ivey, while Kissimmee and 11 a. m., Morning worship conducted r

    t. Miss Elizabeth 'Aultman and Miss Misses Violet Bullock and Kathrine Henry Edwards.Third Year Stand lonesome in many a door:- Bartow were represented at Barton by pastor. '

    Adah Tracy left Tuesday for Pineville Carr left Thursday night for the East, 1 Charlie Regero, Roberty Giesy, Stand weeping, and wait Lake 2:00 p. m.--Junlor League, conducted 1
    The children fo Miss Alberta ,
    Barton Lake had by
    ..,r -. ,Ky., where they will be the guests ofMr. where they will visit relatives during :Sadie Bryan, Ruth Howell, Christine For the click of the gate- a Supt. .1-
    and musical 6:30 Senior in.
    splendid literary program p. m.- League ( the
    and Mrs. N. R. Patterson. Miss For footsteps returning no more.(
    the summer months J[Ivey, Gertrude McKay. white; the school had bungalow .
    service "
    . Ivey an equally I ) Special by the
    : .Aultman: will remain In Kentucky for Fourth Year With the kiss of a mother even war
    interesting of some of their young people for people.
    program young
    ;the summer months. Miss Tracy will "1.000 acres of. Sweet Potatoes for Edna Calkins, Amy Makinsno, has been blest. school work. I 7:30: ,
    p. m.-Evening. worship '
    continue her But her the tears and the wearying .;
    < trip far .
    as as Chicago. Kissimmee. J Manie Witherspoon. are
    ; breast. A friend who visited the Barton ducted by the pastor., ;
    __ Lake School recently promised them a You will find a hearty welcome at '. '
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    ny Yet. her arts, If they could, would not framed picture when certain assigned the homelike church. t :,
    ,' keep them tasks were done, and the picture IS'I'
    When the Land leaps to Liberty's "The Boy Christ in the' Temple"-nowhangs JOHNS, (EPISCOPAL) CHURCH.
    JhewalL- -- - --
    on -- --------- ---- 1
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    --call--- --
    The Ivey school by complying with Sunday after Ascension pay.
    : - . Oh, ''never a moan!-
    They are Liberty's own- certain requirements are to ,receive I* .1!. Kirkby, minister in charge. "
    It is Liberty mothers them all! twenty volumes of,'books to start their. 8 a. m., Holy Communion. { \. '
    II And sacred each clod of a battle- library 11 a. m., Morning Prayer and Ser
    LIVE AT HOME' strewn sod, County Superintendent Johnson and mon. Subject, "The Parting Blessng. Y 1
    For Liberty's fighters are' fighters for his wife and Miss Flora B. Brown :." '!
    God! were in attendance at Barton Lake, 7:30 p. m., Evening Prayer and Ser "'.
    and Mrs Nellie Taylor at Ivey. mon.' Subject, The. Fowls of the Air "j

    The little Play Soldiers are marchingAnd Your. for Orange county children; and tile Flowers of the. Field." ..,.
    I dream of what's been and FLORA B. BROWN.
    it The Secretary of Agriculture for the United States tayst "If the .. ,' may,be; t 4

    ';, South will do nothing more than feed herself she will(have solved one But Liberty gleam. ORANGE CENTER

    of the biggest problems confronting the Nation at this time." . Is And the light their's of is the the dream light, o' the Free' ORANGE CENTER" May 17.-The: Give -

    r And 111 kiss-when ,their places in Dixie Produce Company received a big u
    We, the people of Florida, owe a duty?to our Nation to our fam bright rarifts they take- Buick truck this week, which will be --

    ': flies and to ourselves. Will we meet it?' The swords of my soldiers for Lib- used in handling produce here. They
    s , erty's sake. have also put a force of men to work,
    1 i Why should we be dependent on other sections of the country for .. clearing and preparing ieghty acres Flowers -
    Sheriff L. II. in ram has returned just couth of the townsite, for fall
    our food supplies? Why'should' we live on canned vegetables at their .- from. Louisville, Ky., bringing back produce.Mr. .

    '' s t = present! high prices, when we can raise our .own fresh vegetables, and 'j' with him 'D. Prewitt, who is wanted A. W. Flathers spent the first
    the charge of sm- few days of this weeek in Kissimmeeon for All Occasion
    in.this county on
    3 have better Health, Wealth and Happiness: and be" more independent a?+ ': ,. .tl.; bezzlement. The recent grand jury business,.

    returned a true,, bill against Prewitt, P. K., Kibbe E. Stieler and H. B. '
    e We call upon you, the people of this section, to start the "Home .'<"c.,
    ,' and the sheriff( located his man in Whitaker of the Dixie Produce Company '
    Garden Movement,".and let, your.motto'be "LIVE AT HOME." ':r' Kentucky.Mrs. spent Wednesday In Orlando on MILLS, THE FLORIST,

    ,; '. ,,:f. boslOess.Mr. { .' wINO. t
    '" r' R. D. Fainnan, who is In St. .' G. W., Stokes, A. W..Flathers ..
    {. ; Joseph's Infirmary, "Atlanta where and J.J. Keen attended a meeting of
    ,:* ct,m .. J
    she underwent an operation some time the county commissioners in Orlando
    ..f ; ... .. CITIZENS BANKOF I ( ago (ts reported as being convalescent Tuesday in an effort ,to secure better :36 W. Forsyth St.,
    'f\' , -. and will be back, home again within roads for this section: '
    '.* z '(o 'I\I\ ,",,r' a short time,-.which will be good news r JACKSONVILLE,, FLA.
    ." 1 KISSIMMEE to ,her many friends in this commun.ity. .. "1.000<< acre of Sweet Potato for
    f' ; .:" : KlMlmnee.

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