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The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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B C.MillerPresidentACTIVE'STEPSTAKEN throughout the exhibition there will be,hone rices' bli' at"State. Educational Meet ., I
; 'the speedway. at the Fair Crounds.4; | ( .. ., . , _r . .." ., ' .' .., ;

.:----c: "; 'f' A carnival and trained animal stow\ ; will exhibit daily Jrom February '' ....:::.-'t.o' .: .t. :':":

.JO PAR. will surrender: thelr''authority to 11l1 indu.i $;; CAPITALISTS ;'IN .cmr MARGARET : .
boNd. .of pine 'directors- each, six of J 12th to. . MISS, STANFORD ,,ii ,

;, .f T1CIPATE IN 'MOVEMENt ,FOR whom wilt be chosenr' by;-the farmer Various free attraction will' ke"?on the program throughout thFur. ', LOOKING OVER PROPOSED :WINNER OF .GIRL'S.DECLAMATION :>; 'h-:'
OF FARMERSOFFICERS borrowers and three by''the' .Farm INTERURBAN. /LINE.. .
BENEFIT. Loan 'Board.' The permanent' directors 1';.: -. \ CONTEST j, CHARLIE Ro ;

,, .CHOSEN AND APPLICATIONS . will serve three year and receive Athletic sports also will. add interest and amusement. Phrear Reception and'Aa4 Rid Over. r, GERO" CAPTURES, THE PRIZE :

A T ;' r per diem compensation aa in .the case The official annual State'thow'of the American Poultry Awociaition ::;"" Ory.RaHreael Seeau.Assaredfact ,4'h
FILED..., ; : 1 of Federal'Reserve Bank directors. Tewteeaj .PutT. FOR BOYS t i.
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for Florida will i in,connection with t
exhibit thi .
Each Borrower-Must-be; ; a Subscriber fair. Poultry, _:..: '
I... o.. ....ii -....,.. .. '... .,'Each borrower''must'''.subscribe' ,to exhibit will be entered from, rainy aectio'n* of'Florida.: ''-r, I Com nLg .to thi*. section in the inter : O.. !.. !' ... ..., .. : "ii.;
'+ -1/ stock ia the bank from which he borrows eat'of the plJaed Centra! .Florida : ,P',
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t FARM LdAN'AS: > Friday (16tL! ) will be Educational Day in ,conjunction '
+. ->; to the extent of 6 per cent: of: Interurban e, ;THE WINNEES$1 '
-, .. Railroad; and for,the pupoae"of.looldn. : >
his loan and-the *'
eOCLATION subscribersto of
original work'by'pupil of O.ceola school
public *
.. county the to be -I I l't, ,
President., ? *. ")'.x '+ the capital stock are required to The girls club and the dubs; the will' traversed prominent over of fourteen */ Miss' Margaret Stanford.'* .
'V, B. C. Millers:" surrender their holdings as they canning boy corn of county a party *
) \ may. \ \ daughter of Mr. and Mr*. H. Clay +/ t
.+ ,Vie"'PreJ1d.nttM.;: D.; be needed to meet this situation.'Ikdsdgnating'locations have extensive exhibit 7 capitalist .ia charge. of C.- D. .
6 *;'ander. Alex-J for' the } Brenner amd W.; &";AJ,...": arrived in Stanford, eleventh grade; award-5 .
' .- : 'Other interesting attractions- aaementl' and exhibit will be,, tb.' city thi*'' afternoon.' They 'wererotertained cdenifl's jMsaal; average.97 per:Or!
.tary-Treasurer, a .S iT," banks the,Board > was .guided:chiefly *- . ; : .3i '
:. .+o-F na1er. '. ,' s. /+ by J;the needs'' of ,the rural ..sections.This announced lalei. ],;) ... far several hour by. prom ,.t i* w'"
0 DiJleeton'' F.-H. WWWM a c. has resulted in inent'citizenstreated1: to .n, .atome>>- .
placing only two ,,: of Mr.. and .
;4:'Miller,.. c. Air> hnk.JrLt t D"AI.X:,+ ef the twelve baabJn..NwlEactan4 .'' People throughout Osceola) couatysare requested.-: prepare ,infividiialluid .-" ile"'rideabout.:- Kissimmeeand. '[n CharJ..S.o..nt grade +, 4.;.
T 1+ tade, S. 'T.. Fansler;.'. _. -. and Middle Atlantic States, the chief : J'c: eciJve'Utu'biti'r: ''' 'other/way; Despite:::: the factthat .[. '
'of their star was 1 brief, which 1* to be regrttedvtbe'8atlemen .\verags,87' : .,
:+. >" Applicant and. amount center of population,1 three to go to I cent + .
.<"* Jftana asked) .j the South five tothe farmingState* Specimens of-vegelable" fruit, flower (domesticated and ,,wild)*< ,were -shown .,rc per -, ''e 1 -or' .".

\ -+> .'C. ), tree, wood*.'needlework' pahies tha capitalists from the North '."'," 0 . to ,.. ;f
G. .
;; sttsioppp& to the 'Padfle Coast Statr.Tb.'twelve > ;\ t ,
;. ,*Themes, $5.000; Cba",, districts into 1fhleh the r ,.Ri forage, seeJi. canned products' ; : jellies, _and 'art* MrvAiyea whit.they'.were latter met at Sahford them" by 1 .rThat the '..Osceolia :Count H hgh) .i' "
y. 'ere the escorting
.+ F. H. Lawson country is divided announced 7. ,. .
; were crafti'indudidt eninViainling. ;
l'ett.' | ; etc:.) School .of. 1 b.:1": ,'
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t' fol. to this --?? : :
+ throuchouttit.l:
M.D. U. OO the Farm :
$ $4.000: Alexand.rj ; J.oan'BosMtoday; ... . a., '. Exhibit of.curios natural historical and eia''A'nNe\th..Gr. school te s'log"+ Ay,;
gander be -
"* S. T.' ; Flippy' lows : - ,, otherwise also,wi1i r,. y been the boast of the resident of '
.+ $100; B. C.. Miller $4,000) ; L.. fl.r 4 District 'No. '1-Maine;, New famp.shire welcomed. stone' \ citizens had an opportunltytto"Wet section and th. fact was given prom.MM.?*.'.*.:
with the ;
4-4Nelson. $5,000 John H. Fines. Vermont, Massachusetts Rhode 'f' "acquainted
r-... ,-* $700; .William i ;Fines, $500; F. ,.+ Island Connecticut,. ;New York and The Osceola County Fair it rot the benefit of the WHOLE county; ", and visitors;'*After' ?automobIle, 'ride inence meeting but of,,:week the Florida during'.Educational'the*annual'' ', ;:t's$.

* Heals, $300.' +. New-fersey.District ,.! : and each citizen, resident or visitor' i i. invited to contribute'in .u, ; pirty ether'enteraining'features boarded the train at 4:15 for,:the St.Claud. Association when the' State declama., .'..
(: + Total loan now asked, 43600. No. Pennsylvania, Dele-
y : = .. -,.., Maryland' Virgnifa,'West Virginia way possible to the promotion of its succe**. .: :;These 'ente.pri.lnar''eitia' n. i'medal-offered offered to...girls- and ,the>., +r
1. .. o..ooi. Dtstrlct .. who furnished automobiles for the entertainment one to-boya.w. both.-won'by, \ ,
4 j ... .... and the of Columbia. pupils of out schools' .* .
of the C.'A. .
guests! are: '
District No. .8 North
T -Carolina -- ., Carson II.'.c.- Stanforel A.,E.DongenS ; > Ml** 'M.rgaret-''8tanford,- daughter
; Kissimmee National Farm South Carolina and Florida. J .
The Loan Georgia E.! "1..1 Lesley Mae'h Bro4; -LunMX -. of Mr.'and' Mrs, H. day Stanford,;, _
y, S'.Association was organized a meetIng District No..4--Ohio, Indiana Kentucky *'end Prather, J.J. Griffin, John M. 'who *member of 'tlI.el..enth., 't '.
and Tennessee.District *
held lathe Council Chamber Saturday No. 6AlabamaMlssG SIDNEY J. CATTS FLORIDA'SNEW I I.; lJeeIM..Kata.Jaude; Harper,and Eugene .' grade. wa*. awarded -the gtrlh-medal, ".
on an average of 97 cent.. Jt
per *A.
which attended
morning! was sippi and Louisiana. .. < / '
? highest contestant making l'
an /
a ,..Mr. .
working the
"by.: a.I.rp".nd representative number, District No. 8 Illinois. Missouri CHIEF EXECUTIVE Interurban project for many months on of 94* per cent. .'.The boya medal ,wa-; ..:. .
..*;of farmers and fruit grower of Kla- and'Arkaneas. rr-- and has succeeded now ia.interesting won by: Charlie,.Rogero;>son .of 'Mr.' '.
District No. Wlscon- 'it
.almmee and'' vicinity. Th. formation Michigan. capital, end he ba."great- hope that it and Mrs:A. Rogero :H. 1 It s member? :

of organization was temporary In son. District, Mlnnesota.and No.' 8-North Iowa,pakota.Nebraska Oath u' Administered By Jefferton B-.- Browne New Chief. will not be long before his plan will;1 of arengednring.:itbe.twelfthirrad this *.. .and..made: of 87 an.- >. ....
. take definite shape. He I* associated : contest; per
.nature, looking forward'to'a, permanent South District Dakota No.and Wyoming. JatttceGreat, Throngm of Inaagaration..Parade with Hon. Wtn.HaU- and J 1h these eentT7 per. :,cent." higher, ,l than t-A; 1"' -
association in' th. near efutnQMeers"w n. 9-OId.homa. Kansas, great other;: boy con ..taD .( to. t u*, J' ,
Colorado and New Mexico.- . Greatest in History t F Capital.Tuesday gentlemen! nave faith in the'lun-: ; , d and director' ; District No. 10-Texas. dertakinsr, feejjng that flna?''tTTIlfM'menta ;, .to1h9_PM9tJWifmi>9/;
"chosen, and'loans amounting to $48,- District No. -""11-California, N.. will be made for the-berSHmC! 4ItNo.torce In a"'communrty"voioi,"lt\; .

t fOO asked f r'.t th..initial,session. vada.. Utah and ArI&Ona. of actual cons morethansixty progress,more plainly,than the stand "< .
at in
high the $
noon Capital on Rita
.it .. -. The meeting was called to order by District No. 12-Waehington. Oregon Honorable our day hence.: of way have Ina of its educational,institution.'aady .->JV .
) City Rev. Sidney J. Catta took the I Sidney J. Cotta as been granted in section of
Montana and Idaho. many Kissimmee feel ,
justly of Jthi
4",I' ST T.Janslar,. president of the KIi r.,,' oath of office, which 'made'.hhlrtllechief will soon'address as he has taken" -the.oath. of.,cu:1toe: State,and it I reported that there are double. honor: "wontar he? "pepple.'EvwryJ *-;'.,. ?..
"i Immee. Produce' Grower AssociaW ;you. '!* ""r."I' r but atret-eb"alonlr'' the '
entire nyoung
BARKS, OF KISSIMMEE, executive of the State ofrFloida *- 7'Governor.Catta \ tJ partrent i e.f.the Oscar:
., >' tlon, who turned the affair ever to' B., MAKE Outline Policy route which. have not been taken cafe ola.County High; School hu shown's'" '
; SHOWING succeeding Park Trammell- who The address of Governor was ". "
coop Catts .
.. United State AgrlaltunlAg.nt f-- ? / { '
*. ._ on March 4rwIU become United States listened .to & advancementwitb ,this "year1' .work- ., 1
attentively the multitude
.'r,, for officiated Otceola ,,county. .,R, D.Frankford . ; batitatieu Are 'I PretperW Coadi- Senator The ceremonies of inaugnra* cheering the speaker time and again. COST" and department- of. expression,: reds 4.
secretary. 'OFCOUNTY der the
I Lion conducted the in Referring to the ; ROAD << direction of, Miss Elisabeth
were on he .
' policies has out
: Mr. Evan; explained the object .of I rti.Stahsaata Issued- front of the Capitol witnessed by one lined for the adminl.tntlong"tM new '.WORK IS.: REDUCED BY' Aultman; has attained'a high tand-.., ': .'
-the meeting.the! different angles oft ard .
I Ceeaty Faads: of the largest and most representa-. Governor said' 'v- ::r seldom found outride Urge lastiy
the farm loan act showing the benefits '
tntionswhere this line of study i*
ti live f-citizens in Tallahassee "Citizens-of my.beloved ;
throngs and
ever ,
adopt _. -e.- .
that be derived the farmer "
can by '
and fruit grower in.:this manner. He ,:Elsewhere' in .this. '.issue'.'will be for any similar occasion. Hon. ed State, there are many problems to Coat.Ie'W.... Cavvicte 4 .TIda''C.odt, carefully.The.rt specialized.of declamation, has: been, *. /Of.feat''? -1-, .. ;
Jefferson B. the confront 'us :
chief In
". invited 11Baofniwhlchbresulteod those'present found -the statements, of tb.,. State administered Browne the Both and: with roar' next four years, Ha Ben Brought Dew t* Mrs..> tenet and encouraged by a.number o< ..j ".,'
) help'and confidence ,
in a Bank of Kissimmee-and the Citizen lu.tlte. and new governors wegiven n and with the mutual and! faiau by Coed Maaafesseat. liberal citizens in .the eommanitf for
respect consideration '
complete understanding of the subject Bank which speak well for the institutions ovations several year.,who ofTer.annual declamation "
'I as they addressed the for each other
ender discussion.-- It was the consensus ; making .>a showing which people.The. titan and Senate and the by chief the Legis The, county road w ore has been reduced medal, which are-awashed. aft; :"'
of opinion that the association mean great deal-to the community ... exectt- in cost to a. minimum,' accord. school contest held each apruijg ' ..
lie formed and motion of C. inaugural parade was one of the t4.{ . hope to master many of these -: .
upon B. Never before b..J' ,m.*! been more r' lug to for'1918 file in ; .Former Medal : "' .
Miller; seconded by L.: H. Nelson this greatest pageants ever witnessed -ft perplexing' conditions. '-<. : a report on the Wtanera" > !: 1<"
ti eras t accomplished. This: action brought shekels. and there are more of the surpassing rhea on previous occasions He cited the fact that the most important office of the clerk of the circuit court The interest thu,stimulated!.result...'f.1": ., .

.. 'I. about much enthusiasm and interestIngdlscussions than golden in Osceola of this character being made up thing feeing Florida today la which was presented to the CommisP ed UNwide: actlvitie andMis, 'Ine1. .'
-. followed.: at any time before.The as follows Marshals Band Governor the drainage of the Everglades along stoners at their' recent Carson brought home the jriii'r modal ,.
Those who' identified themselves funds of the county have been and Governor-elect, -Go
with the association' placed their Institutions military staff"Secretary of State Supreme much daring the next four years; he accurate record of all the cost connected DeLandin 1910. Harold Bnsza ear-'... "" ,

names on the petition and making' application eountr' Court Justices, Attorney-Gen will give his attention to cutting out with working the convicts on ried off the, honor at Owls durinaf'
'' for loan, are as follows< abolishing the county tree eral. Comptroller-elect,' State Treasurer all waste in the administration of the the county roads, showing that dur the 1912. mating,:and.Herri'Downing.waa '' -*' ,I.' ;
Richard C. Thomas, $6,000; Chas. A. 'urer having gone into effect January Superintendent of Public Instruction State .institution and industries; will In&".the year just closed the: county victorious in 1914 In the eon-' *-

Garrett, $1.,0001.. u.. )Lawson, $4,000; in 1, the the total of which. is $40,540.53. I. Commissioner of Agriculture make an effort to give,.the Board of has r>ut out for feeding clothing, estat' .Lakel.nd.10: 1916 'Tony'Ro-'

W. J. Frippi $ ,, ; B. C. Miller, $!.000; tollowinc :fund.fine : General revenue Chief Justice and Justice of the Equalization of Taxes, more power; guarding cents aa sum somewhat gore represented our schoolsat the ,
' ' M. Alexander: $2.600; 8. '1'. Fansler. $3..24.05'\\ and forfeiture, Supreme Court, Railroad Commissioners chang the primary laws in order to lea than 57 day for- the e'Y '
.$500" C.' H. Funk,, $10,000; L. 'H. cial$497.74 road. $; State'Auditor and Assistant Auditor eliminate trouble similar to that In labor of these men, or in. figures .6619 th ,
'+t 'd: Nolan' .$5,000 i'; John H. Fines, ; publicity 7,994.61.$871.96; hard surface State Tax Commission State the last election is in favor of the In cents per man. Including the 1916 laurel Just woik" *,
4' J. S. Stratton; $10.000; Wm. Pines. 350 road. $ ; general .&001. $849.-i. Hotel Commission State Flab Commission itiative Referendum and Recall; This is a record that Superintendent at Arcadia, (grand total of six ..State.medal. .
rJ' $600: F. Heale, 300. Making total ; special school districts. No. State Chemist, ex-officials wants prohibition better shipping Farmer can well be proud of. showinr ,win ia six year U ihownv It, ( '

Cf $43,600. 695.02$1,064.$8 No..{ No.. $8,67.74 ; No. 8. $!.<' and ex-jutic of the Supreme Court.. laws, and the opening( of all closed Institutions his competence in the work for which is gratifying to th.' patron of,' 'f,
':: *. Officers elected were President B. 07 No.; 6 219.4 ; No. f>. Jl9l Mayor and City Council Universityof in the State to police in he1' has been chosen. school-to .learn :that,, from all' ,,ours.,/ '

C .Miller, ; vice-president, M. D. Alex- ; 'Florida Band. Reception Commit spection.fvuowingr. . .. Following Is the detailed report sub.mitted great State'of Florida. no sir) nr boy'
. anaer; secretary-treasurer" a.- -i.Fansler. see, decorated automobiles from each D.-' d.rue; speecn or me new as to the cost of the'eonriett was present the Florida'Educational -*

. t:: Loan Committees Messrs. F. BAPTIST, STATE'CONVENTION: county, alphabetically arranged in Governor, the retiring chief executivewas per man;per day as submitted: Association when",, this contest was
',#,. H. Lawson M. D. Alexander B. C. TO MEET IN ORLANDO line, citizens State band. I presented with a gold watch by I.'J held who"could so ;well.reproduce'' "

....i .,:.._ ..Miller. Dtrectorsi F. H. Lawson B. Preceding inauguration Governor I' the members of hi. cabinet in appreciation Average'cost per d.yto feed prisoners thought and emotions declama-i

'- /6 C. Miller C. H. Funk M. D. Alexander The Baptist State. l Convention Trammell! made an eloquent ad of his association and the per man_........._-.2379 tion. as the young people representing. ,'' 't,
S. T.. Fancier f will dress reviewing the achievements of friendliness of their cooperativework. Average cot per day to guard a Osceola t ', c ,
W .' Formal application will now. be filed convene In Orlando'next week which his administration closing with .the prisoner per man._..._____..1776 'educational? meeting I p:
., by those forming* the organization rives promise of one of the best meet following remark: One matter that caused some comment -, Average cost per day to cloth a was Prof. R. M, Evans; principal ,of '

-property will be appraised slid it is tugs ever conducted of thi*' kind. "It is now my pleasant! privilege to was the fact that the members of prisoner per man._.__..........0376 the OsceblaCounty. High) School 'area
, ,,, expected''that the permanent formation There will be turn to' congratulate honored and the Supreme Court were reported assaying Average ,cost per day for drugs, of the city-school who headed a dele--
q. association tion from this a representative delega esteemed citizen who has been chosen they would not participate in .__.'._......._...0018 ration of teachers including-/ Coach B., 1 .
10, made and accepted by the government rails having city., Mrs..O. B. by the sovereign will ofthepeople of the inaugural parade, but Col. W. W. Average\ cost per day for State J M. Davidson,'!rU.... .>Almin::Leltner .
an Important
e ''and that within the next too or three the program.The .- place'on the State to incoeed me a* Governor. Flournoy called upon the'judges and bire 1 per man ........._._,_X)333Te ) and Clara Ledbetter.''instructor in
's :months the member will be .njo session will with the A high honor has been bestowed upon persuaded them to join. Detectives the High School and Mrs.'F, C. Bryan; v

a? :the benefit .of. the Federal, Farm, Loan. .. tor* conference Monday open pas and him. By his force of character his were on guard,Mr. Catts having re- all-co.tfor month per man Mr. F. C. Edwards, Mlsse. :Louise' w!,
'Ac: In the '.ven1n .there will morning be ibjrked ability his advocacy of a ceived a number threatening let Y pfr+dsy ''.-----.-__._______._ 880 Thomason .Cecelia SOverstreet.'and:' <.' "
; of the Woman;* Missionary: Union a rally number of principles which the peopleof tars, but nOM of.the threats material. '\)\' Mary C.-Bryan &'r&d.*teaehen.''G, E. ",

Interesting Fact' tot Consider which time Mrs.'W. C, Jamesvand this Stale believe to be right he ized.The .: COLUMBIA COLLEGE GLEE Yowell superintendent -public in.., s
WASHINGTON, Dec. 81 -Twelv* J..,P.. Love and has won for himself the confidence I celebration was closed with the' CLUB structlon .was present and.'flPre.enta-: 14-
of.Rfehmonc1 Va. Dr. ; TO BE HEARD HEREA"
""' cities in which are to be located the B.'D. Gray of Atlanta Giu,wUl be the and esteem of the citizens of Florida. Inaugural ball, which-was-a brilliant; tt,. tives from,the St.. Cloud .ebool'1 ...,"' ;
I V" dict; for this distinguished citiZen affair, but was not attended by Governor well a* a number of teachers .
Federaltarm loan banks 'are an. principal speakers. ,,\....., vjfe! I treat is in store for the music- Jrom
nuonced by the Farm Loon Board and .The work of the convention four yean of useful and note.worthy ? Catta being a Baptist minister 1 loving public of in the rural'district'who left'oJ here f
proper Kissimmee that
public service -and I gladly he does not of The Tuesday and, remained until the
.it I la expected within sixty day the will start Tuesday'' morning atfl approve dancing. the famous Glee Club of Columbia close si
.new ..y.temwitl be in operation, ready' o'clock. Hon. Mr. Butch of Tallahassee and cheerfully extend my hearty good Governor's reception was held Tues College will at the of the convention/ .

to make the loans for-which application '; la the' presiding officer. Therewill wishes for the success of his adinlnisstratlon. day evening1 at the' Casino Saturday appear night, January Grsystone 13. at Prof.: Evina'' faored'During r>. "I>. ....
.aJready are'pouring- from be represented on this body about ., I pledge my co-operation From 8 to 6 on that day*Mrs. Catt 7:30 i". nv. This ia without ouestioame the organization- the'
.ever ysectlon of the country-. -' 54.000; Baptist: Th. sessions will and 'assistance in his every effort forprotedln.r held an informal reception at the Governor's 'of the beet musical orcranltations meeting, which was mad by, sections

!{ The barnurwiirbe net up in Spring come ty a close on;Thursday.evening.K. the the of interest and advancing man.lot'wbere Tallahassee! practically In Florida, and no one should 'miss Prof. Evans, who holds 'an eminent,
ivelfare the of Florida visitor in
field Mass.. Baltimore, MeL; Colnm"bla. people every was enter- .
y.r the opportunity to hear them. among the instructors of the ,
S. C.; .New Orleans, La.; Houston .:0F. P, INSTALL_OFFICERS It is now my,great pleasure to intro- tained.CITY On Sunday night, January'- 14 the Mate, was'p..ldent..of. thenhigh -; ._ ,
x j Texas; St. Louis, Mo.; Louisville. Ky. <.. school
; ... < ): ...' club will rive a sacred concert at the division; and occupied that *
v St.; Paul;,Minn.-Omaha; ,Neb.; Wich First Church. / important )C.ltloa' throughout the\ '
: .Baptist )
,itaKan.Spokane; : ,. Wash.; Berkeley, at Friendship'its',regular Lodge meeting Noi.lO: wedne, K. of P., DR. MARTIN TO CONDUCT POLITICAL' POT IS :, T convention, He was also appointed to '

' ;Stock subscription>> books :ofthe' night installed the newly ,elected clay of. ,EVAfiGELlS11c.MEETING. NOW' BEGINNING TO BOIL +...... .'..... . .. .. .-.... .. serve elder''aneffective' on a eonimittee States selected to eon-1 P

.banks -will be opened probably, about flare as follows J";;.Chancellor 'commander 'Dr. 8. 'M. Martin' + "" j-. .1 of school ':organizatiod. ,-- '
W. B. Crawrord vice-chan IYanl' The qty political v campaign was ", ITS'COi..p'BRYANNOWI. :; . high. < athletics. -
kJannary 2,to remain for"thlrty ; .
open .' ,..,, Bassos of Sports' ,
singer J his r" Prorraas
daughter Mrs. :
of this
=' cellor C.E."Yowelh'.Prelate.\ ] Hatcber given a start w.ek withtha announcement ": '
It is. : M,
day expected hewever/ .that J
+ While the of this
V..Hon. Louis plane department'ofscbool
Gardner Seattle .OBry cityaUv* ;
Wash! will -
keeper-record begin 'aft'eYaD .t Uvingston'rhose'hapirations
the will have and seals .Gar
government to 1 : '
supply Geo. P..t Gardner +Vtorney.: and on.. of' the most'* activities U;yet in. the p1'04.
; .most,of. the $9,000,000,. capital-under I ; master finance.-/. teUatic 'eamp&ip at the 'Christian ? are:tG' eeom. mayor'of *prominent members of.the.;legal cess 'tormatfoa.; It i* probable that, k

t that.s.etlon. of ;the Jaw which emb effords BaDdymaete..tarma.; master .exchequerXr; '' ,. Church,- January,14'1. v' ;? .. .-.," '., this thriving city:,He .. a prominent fraternity in-the Stateof FlorIda. -'+ division 'of the S"tate'blto four. see'" ;
I !]were the secretary of the treasury AlbenBeard.. Dr. Martinis an evangelist of. na north and sooth b ,
lions two two will *
has been .
masternit-work. youngbusiness ,man, bas'.bo, ts'I"'" off I.' signally J.
J. -C.' Farmer jnfner tlonal'am.. ; )
i*> make up the unsubscribed atock.'J .- : ; while Mrs. Hatcher I.a is made and. aeaaonV.'program of '
by Cov.v Sidney J.,Catta >
'h BUuk.Baak to Have Five Djirectora} ,S.'B.guard Gardner!!W.;L. 'It'aIMrJ"oaterI&I'ct- -: singer of unusual I talent having1 IMU ndt .who believe.he'will make. :\ nucfent"ofSdal appointed; an aide-d.-amp, being. on games, and base-4' 4,

.. Temporary1' directors.!,five'.to.'each "The rank of"page waa/conferred* >;" eeived her training: In',Cincinnati, 'San : : Mr. Livingston' announcement ....the'chief'executive'. ., ball, be arranged la each-section; t i re:: Wit':"

.' :bank.'WUl' be .appointed'probably, upon Eugene.,OYBrymn 'who Francisco and Berlin ; ., .v app.ars ,in another""co- staff w1U1'th. i rank' of colon) :+ a second tonrnartentwW..bopnyedl 'Y.t"
., ; Tbe Christian invitation
'withia .the next three week by the the ordeal in Which want, Church extends' an :amd' ., 1 .;.The' honor la wan deserved, and,* when the Yietorioua111 In .. .
; honor
a manner to all partors and Christians 1 ,Another "avowed. candldateV for I .. Lion will foe State .
) Beard.,: "As:A.atoOlI.'th.'baakj.aaft brow forth *Pin teVnotonly; by Colnrt compete
; congratulation from I fa tile
L .been.organised and=borrewerahave: ."."'I'bj' 1.1g..isea'. city' ,."sad*- .. .-uty.- - the-- mayor I. John 8. Caddel), present attorney .,.9MI doae.fri .bat'* Ia' probaW.'tM.tJM.aelIoo1'? .;re meetings. .
V snoscribed to,$400,)00 atock ef ' for'thet\Board' of.. County ...bT -lafuneral., .! ,. mUlu.. 1* the averages made'IrI"'II. '
perou \
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I' -ii ,TBUB. BBI4GIOH( cheer. You peoyWlv1W'31onty j .tlme
.... , : _. .. -- I l and who turn deaf oars to
,( --. "* "
; flf 1" of
It W... #110m .oI1 -.J.<;*' :- :' 1 New "fFJ"c' I... 5t make us laugh to hoar a lot these needs wiJLhave wren to-keep,
', Year. Greetings+ tho mil they
: over
: : ; : people out of the celestain goat pastores on
(; WobR i fiN'I commit. About nine out of every ten Judgment day,'no matter w-moral.-

FuneraLDlrector : Pastors of Your Churches "of'the number woull not know bow Jo your live or how big your church eonIribnUon --
I. be really slqiuljf, they tried. Theywould It will be a fine thn| )*< for
., . ..,_ ._,, *'I .
I" \" n -- ---- '.- --- "'" "-' _---. not rob anybody, would not lie
and : .7'i i i yourselves and for humanity when
....i *. FancyGROCERIES about anybody, that is not very much; cease moumlD&over .imaginarytan
t", AND METHODIST CHURCH in himself and.wiU'be a blessing to(I would not kill or maim anbodTr, you of.e mml.aion and become horrified
I. C .arnell.IL'Summe .,, Pastor hit fellows. take advantage of anybody only occa about your.sins of eml..lonlylln.
IKINSED CMBALMCRfltor ". There is no lack of opportunity if ,. What they ought to mourn difference or n.aieetari. (Mo.).
"I pray that In all..things thou may- we have eyes to see it. Every" person about i I. the good they fail to do, Appeal.,
; ,. "!<'. :r 'W*. eat prosper and bran health even as we meet is our opportunity what the rather than the evil they: Imagine,they
: fltor .sj 4 Chapel.. $t.wartYAva Fiw Delivery to all Part thy, ,soul peopl.of this earth need most of,allIs do-to realise that the Recording An-
Fla., I May life be more than If.lnl'-n. love There is more in it. than wo gel's blacklist deal ten times as much B. G. Taylor,CIne of the regurla win-
Xtasimaiee.. pftboQtySHINGLE Ice more than services; duty always a are accustomed to think. Love -works with sins of omission as with sins of ter resident in this city, left Tuesday '

.. pleasure, and may you have th. DIvine miracles. Drummond speac' of it a* commision. There are people on every for an extended visit at the East
the world and hand who need a load of wood a ,
C. F. THRASHERSHEE1 passion of Jesus to cheer and the greatest thing in
uplift the lives\ of men.' . no doubt he I. right. Love blesses him trained nure, sack of {pour or-bid of Coast:

METAL, WORKER By'i the memory,of happy years of who gives and him who receives, but .- .... ... .. .
'Meel ".ai CREEK ITEMS service Tendered and of' fellowshipsthat he who give love. freely receives. the .. ..
Roof FH mi ... ..
'keep pace you beyond your larger blessing..
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..c.--. L.' N Neikirk of Forest City til. vision, may yoti be faithful to your The beginning' the New Year I.a is CLUB '
k'' PHONE i4e.R';" ." K/5Sl.VMg ?LAo arrived last week from an extendedvisit church and loyal'to your Lord in the good time to get rid of bad habits. SUBSCRIPTION

: with his daughter, Mrs. R L New Year which is opening the door Most of us have them. Dont,get the .

VT.''Crawford I "Je Jarre!' Ivey. of opportunity to our hastening fleet idea that a bad habit can work any Vour favorite County Paper..Containirtg the
'* Miss NIswonger and Miss Mil- .Sincerely! yoursCIIARNELLE good to yourself: or others. For that ,
CRAWFORD & JARRELL_ dred Anderson were among those who H. SUMMERS. would be a wrong conclusion. If they Local Comment
.ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW attended the Florida educational. _. HHBM B-vMmBIBl I are bad habits'' they,are sure to work Home News -
meeting at Arcadia last week. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH harm in the end. We should be mas- Personal Mention Edltol'i.cls-
,Of flees: 4, 6, 6, and 1 Citizens Mrs. W. E. Keen, of Windermere Oswald B. Falls, Pastor ter of ourselves at whatever cost I

,f Bank BuUdInyIWslmmee who was called here by the death dher Learn to smile and mean it. lie who and the florid Times-Union with a splendid\ new,lbree-beet wall chart
Florid mother, is visitimr the home of My Friends: Because I am your can smile and mean It, will brinK joy combined of both
the prke
\ than papers.
28 36 Inches for
F. H. Tyner. friend, let me on the return of the to himself and sunshine to others. by ....\1.
..DIC. W. W. CARSON Mr. and Mrs.\ W. M. Rewia and children happy New Year season send you the Nothing is so bad but it might have READ OrrER BELOW 1 ,
M arrived last week for a visit kindest greetings of friendship, with been worse, and nothing however bad
I DENTIST with Mrs. Rewis' parents, Mr.\ and every best wish for your highest hap but that it can be turned to Rood account -

Y. Office over Pilley Building Mrs. P. G. Cromartre.Mrs. puiess and usefulness, always.As I if we meet it in the right; spirit. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTESPECIAL .
1-6 \ Arthur Alderman of Winter we have just passed the lingerIng I While we bid farewell to the old, we $2.00 ;
OITIe Hours: -11. Weekly One Year, /
Offte 'Phon. If I ResidencePhon. Park is visiting relatives here. hours of the old year and begin welcome the New Year, as a friend pniiniuiFLORIDA
das Administered forT Extraction ef W O. Bronton and family have the new let us devoutly pray that the ready to nil us with such blessing as ( ,
..thCEO. moved back to their home at "Trav spirit of the angel's song-''On earth we may be able to receivi we should TIMES-UNION uTifl

elers' Rest. peace, good will toward men," may look tpon the New Year as a gver; Daily and Sunday, Two Month, IU"
F. PARKERATTORNEYATLAW P. G. Cromartie was a business soon become so regnant in all the vast partial to none, but open-hearted and ,
caller in Kissimmee Wednesday. families of humanity, that the nations generous to all alike. TIMES-UNION NEW HOME LIBRARY ( PRICEAND
Mr. and Mr. S. H. Ivey of near Or will beat their swords into plowshares, $1.00)
;Collections and Conveyances I l ange Center, and daughter spent a and their spears into pruning hook., Heartburn, indigestion or distress OFFICE WALL CHART, ) < O C A '.
S . Specialties !portion of last week with .ir Ivey's and war will cease from the. world for of the stomach is instantly relieved by $L J U
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Herbine. It forces the badly digested CLToUl / I'
1111.1 BroaJwarO 1 J. P. Lyson spent Tuesday in Kis ever.For you, as for myself, I would food out of the body'' and restores
I simmee.T. breathe the earnest prayer that you tone in the stomach and bowels. Price (The Twlce-a-Week Times-Union for one year may be substituted f..t
is E. 'Ivey Is spending this week 60c. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. Daily and Sunday issue for two I
...KJUBBS.. : ) W. 3. BTJBaU. may ever remember what life is for, ,
,. KR1BBS A; STEED '.at Davenport. and be utterly unwilling to turn aside THE TIMES.UNION'S LATEST FEATURES. "
Miss Thelma Woodall of Kissimmee :
into the bypaths of ease and self-seek CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR IN THE
4 'ATTOUirETS AT LAW visited Susie. Tyson fnr a few days ing. May your visions of duty be NEW YEAR Complete Novel Week if.'

Legal. .business of all kinds gives last week.J. clear,.ana your purpose steadfast, to '.
B. Stokes has moved his family know the exquisite{ happiness of A story of absorbing interest finished in seven daily' Installments.

prompt attention.OfBees Into th!( Boyle oottage.. ing all people you c.n. being highly We hope it Is not too late, this second -
11 and IS Btate Bank B1d. N._ D. Lock and family spent Tues Special Articles By Mesaben-Elect of the Next LegislatoreAJ-
. .
-. KissimmeeFlorida.. resolvednot' to waste any gift of life day of 1017, to wish both paper
day and Wednesday of this week visiting on profitless things. May live vance: view oa progressive letblatioa. "-
taft you and its readers "A Hapoy, Happy
relatives in
always for the best things, rather
Kissimmee New Year the kind that is SEND YOUR ORD R TO THE j I
A. Paton motored to than the second best May be lasting.We
T. H. RIVERS. M. D. Tuesday. given the seeing eye the hearing you ear, wish also that your resolutions KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE or FLORIDATIMES-UNION ,

PHYSICIAN SURGEON the understanding heart, that you for 1916 were so well kept that it will Kissimmee. fl.. Jacksonville, fla. yid.; I
SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR may not miss the deeper, larger, more be easy to never fail in keeping the -
.Office over,Osceola Pharmacy vital things of life, and may escape ones made yesterday. "God bless youalii" ......00..0000.0000..00000. ... . ,4;
the little, the narrow, the mean and
.. Although it has been certain that - -- - ----- Yi
Pfeeae.. R ld ne ISOBloe the foolish. Whatever the pain that -
14*. the South Florida Fair at Tampa
would be bigger and better than ever, may piece your heart, may you alwaysbe A recent issue of the Daytona Jour 1I
of able to trace the rainbow throughthe nal told of the prospective trip for
an greater i
c J.' A. TROVILLION. M. D.CANCEIGOITRELTUMORS. uct exhibits and better amusement rain. May you bring the powerof the district Junior superintendent,
features having been secured, there an endless life to bear upon the Mrs. Rev. S. L. Jackson, to Titusville I The Favorite Store of Kitsimmee .1
motive sand deeds of the earthly life, for of
thq object organizing a society
and !has been fear that the Gasparilla
that little of time, shall It .
so the things among the children there. Hope
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Carnival would not be as good as
made and be invested with turned out successful for Mrs :)
be great
a trip
ei Orlando Office--Boardman Building, !hone for on account of lack of funds.
Btolla.m.Winter Citizens, however, have contributed eternal importance. May embodies Jackson, who is one of our best Junior .
Him, who
Park Office-r-2 to 4 and e enough to make It better than those implicitly trust workers. ,
and interprets the everlasting mysteries FURNITUREWE ?
to 8p.1n., .. sepl 6mo pel'FPR' )f two and three years and ago infinitely, which and who is Himself the Light and Instead of at Thanksgiving! ; Day ;
were great successes,
better than that of last February, Wisdom and Refuge of mankind. And time as some other societies, the In-
''y RENTRoom. which was disappointing because at the end of the earthly day may lie terlachen Young Peoples' Society sent
there little with{ which to turn the blind alley of death into a' after its Christmas Eve meeting, and
i unfuml.hed'.nd furnished. oromote it. Therefore money, visitors from thoroughfare, that leads not to the generous collection then, to the State j
Houses' unfurnished and furnished. Northern States as well as out-of- twilight, but to the Dawn and the Children's Home, a money gift.

Also city properties, f.rm'L citrus, town people, will "be pleased with Eternal. Homeland. < HAVE IT !
trucking ,and .gracing lands for sale. every feature. Committees' club and In a personal letter from Southern
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCHW. States Secretary Lehmann la this interesting -
citizens hard work the
are now on
TU( (LlTfRfAL1Y'PARL! R carnival feature and will present B. WUherspoen.. PastorTo 'hews item: "On December 6 t,.
we passed the five-year goal of new"
some decided novelties In addition to "
,/ MRS. ,SUMMERS, Manager. those put on by Ye Mystic Krewe of the Members of the Presbyterian societies in Dixie, our goal you will *
'201 Bass St:. col'. Brack. N. Klasimmee .Qasparilla. Church and Other Friends: remember was 1,000 societies, and ir la connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete ,
Two bloke north of Christian church. That the attendance from other I am availing\ myself of the privilege ten months we have organized 1,038 fine of flll'l tar.. We make a specialty of outfitting ....., and '
columns of and added 60,000 new Endeavorers to
States will be even,larger than that of using the generous
of last year Is now assured by reason the Valley Gazette to present you a the ranks in the Southern States.? fondle reliable tip

of which it is hoped,there will be an few words of kindly New Year greet- New headquarters, most comfortably

"M." TILLER, even larger exhibitors number than of county Is now and assure individual In&8.Firat of all I want to thank yon leaders fixed are of now the located All-South for the Extensior official' Bed Room Furniture, Dining j

ed. The number of counties reportedto heartily for all of your kindly consideration : Committee They are at 2631 Ensles '

83L EstateMAgency. date is about double that of-. last manifested in many ways Ave.,' Birmingham; ,c Ala Always.address Room Suits Kitchen Outfits Par .. .
year throughout' year, and for your Mr. Lehmann.The : ., '
most rememberance Christ lor Suits Odd Chairs "
generous Rockers '
Realty bought and oM.-. ; 10 CENT'MCA8CARErS" mas. I wish sincerely! that I were Young People's Conference just < "ltt; f
I House worthy. of such-favors and hope the closed Jn Winter Park, laid a good Couches Etc. '; .' "
i, rented. FOR LIVER AND BOWELS Lord will richly 'reward each of you;' foundation for coining such unior : .
Taxes paid and Title verified realizing as I do that it is because of meetings for this new generation of ,

for non-resident Cure Sick Headache Constipation, our official relationship rather than Christian workers in the different denominations '-r

Fro Life and Accident Insurance. Biliousness. Sour Stomach, Bad my personality. of our State. We hope This store !I. making record for itself in Ihelyia
a the of
'I Breath-Candy Cathartic.No Starting upon the work of the New th; eplan is going to be carried through
Year, I am resolved' to try to make every year from now"on, better each g people to outfit kerne Come and see. Oar price artright .

t ,Indemnity Bond odds how bad your Jiver, stomach myself more useful among ydu and time. t
or bowels; how much your headaches toward all men. To this end I earnestly ---.J
.......................... I, how miserable you are from ask your co-operation sympathyand The Kissimmee Valley Gazette told
constipation, indigestion,: biliousness prayers. I am so'very human that of a sunrise prayer meeting to be held
and sluggish bowels-you'always get I need much of these helps. New Year's morning by the. young
1 I relief with Cascarets. They Immediately With abounding best wishes for all, people of the Presbyterian Church TOOLS FOR ENGINEERS a
I Yours cordially. with all young folks in Kissimmef
cleanse and regulate the stomach am,
i AUTO LIVERY: remove the sour, fermenting food W. B. WITHERSPOON. Invited. That sounds just like C. E

and foul gases; take the excess bile and we think it Is, as that church har No matter what kind of an Engine yon bare-Ga*, Steam
DAY OR NIGHT from the liver and carry off the constipated CHRISTIAN CHURCH organization had for a good of Christian many years a strong Railroad or Stationary Engine-we have exactly the Tool yea
waste matter and poison D. M. Chiaholnt, Pastor Endeayorer
Phone 242 from the intestines and bowels. A need hi your everyday work-Wrenches, Hammer, Oiler, etc,
box from will is One of our Christmas surprise gift all of the best quality l and
'. 10-cent your druggist The Christian Church particularly workmanship and at price that wffl .
.Loaf or Short Trip at Reasonable keep liver and bowels clean, for the of the was a beautiful brooch from the
f your grateful blessings past surprise you This store ka the reputation of .
Junior Society of Gainesville, where handling only
Rate.Sne"P".ler: T oun., stomach sweet and head clear for year. Feeling that we are in a sense
months. They work while you sleep. unworthy recipients of the gracious Mrs. C. L. Smith is superintendent of hardware that i fa of superior quality and yon will make .e mistake
Car At Your Serrice. gifts a benign Providence has destowed his; active band of children Endeavorera. In coming here NOW and inspecting our big stock.
kind of
Was it not them!
with this
G1 RESOLUTIONSI comes necessarily

..,.;j. D. GREEN' will try to be a lifter, not a leaner; conviction will a be measure both our of duty responsibilitywhich and privilege In February, not far off, comes the I

THE INN """ POSSIEL:A VE. an encourager, never a discourager; to meet in the most cheerful and annual observance of Christian En-
lighten and share other people's sorrows effectual deavor Week. Florida Endeavorers ,
; start songs and rejoicings, not We join way.the Valley Gazette In are forging; ; ahead and must be up to Osceola Hardware Company
complaining make the world little
I ; hearty good wishes to its readers the best in "making good" every effort -
.t : sweeter place to live in in mind .
; keep here and elsewhere for the New Year. asked of them for this early in
the will of God make sunshine' .
; 1917 C. E. activity.
that this will bring increased
hope year
' T LEWIS O"BRYANATTORNEYATLAW shady places; seen the bright; and happiness to Kis- -
side of be clean in mind success
everything District secretaries
; are sending report -
simmee and that it will work
;.1;; and body, working industriously and: all peoples, a greater advance among in cards out and asking for rapid .
l honestly for a living; earning a spot- Ire sort of answers. It takes times for 00090040040444400.
truth and and brotherhood.The ..
Waring Building.ALAN !lass character, so' that I can look up, widening peace fields of service are letters to go fro mus to them from ....

not down, and meet death's coming extended everywhere. May we enterIn them on to Miss( Coffin, and from herto -
with a fearless smile; endeavor not'to with the songs; and joys of the the headquarters in Birmingham.Are REESTABLISHMENT'Dixie
run away from my weakness, but your workers doing their sharein
bravely fight them out; have faith in reapers.D. M. CHISHOLM, Minister.: this connecting link; of letting the
J. MacDONOUGH everybody try to live gladof life; world of Christian Endeavor know were Limited" t
.? have hopi and without hate, ealousy, ( alive and working? ,
,t, ,V "Registered Architect temper and envy; avoid speaking critically BAPTIST BETHEL MISSIONRev. GRACE,.A. TOWNS ND ;, .
AMD and bitterly, repeating only the J. J. Farmer, Pastor I II ..:
ENGINEER good I hear; toys because I must, give I .. JANUARY 1917
__ because I can/not/ : keep ;doing for the The old year Is a thing of the past : Prominent among the tourists now ,
,e pac! sore nt oo. ItlSSIMHEB.rt*. ;joy of it; cheerful in disappointments Whatever of good or bad it held for us .topping in Kissimmee are wife arty .
charitable towards the erring anI I.] now a matter of history, and can- Including A. Richardson and G.
,I fallen; protect helpless animals; do not be recalled. Happy are they who R. Wellman and wife A. A. Davis and Fast Morning Train
as I would smile more have passed up a good record. I wife and daughter of Burr Oak, Kan.,
Pa1.Johiistoa O. P. aarrt and frown lea.Selected.. But what of the New Year and J. E. Davis of Milton, Oregon, .

; JOHNSTON &: GARRETT That is the question for Us now. If I They'arrived Saturday registering at Jacksonville to. Chicago and i '"
.p FOR COUNT/COURT the old year has been well-spent it I.a I. the Manhattan and will remain her .
:ATTORNEY-T.LAW JVRORS good starting point ana should I for a week at least. -
'Offices .10 ,U; CltUens Baal '- guarantee a better ending to the com I Louis
and1n2, : County Judge T; M. Murphy will ing yean If the past year hat been
lie.B.L.iiter"of open the January session -of the wasted, It should bring us to grief A. A. Wits made a business trip to LEAVE JACKSONVILLE '
.KlMlnim Orlando Tuesday, .spending several 9:15 A. M. j |
4 y Court on the 8th. .The firstpane and lead ,reformation.. The New ,
of furors drawn comprises Year is before,us with it as we hours- . between-. ; of"trains. ARRIVE JACKSONVILLE, 7JOP.M.,
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th.: '.veteran: 'cattle Montgomery buyer of thl.( section -, .Bowen;'A. L. LlvingatonL, Edwards will.One thing should' be put down with. .- t rr. _, ,, Observation Compartment Can Dlnin; .. Car* :' *1
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.'. arrived,, in'.town Saturday the ,R. D.Ti.'J. H Walker.Jr. 'contn: of Interest, the end of the 4 Doss. Nit Brs*MT! Bbtark tie Stomacs.Za . Standard Sleepers -'
has talc enup his headquarters A.. J.. K. Hilliard. sxMition to other Lax-Foe' -
: Mr..Lester has been JSimmons. year will find .n. no better than ,the properties,
Manhattan Hotel beginning; "A ..If-.terdd life It.* contains Cascara, acceptable formSthnuUtlngLazaUveaodToaic. a Atlantic ,
,> a heavy buys this ,-season.> shipping Drive*Oat Malaria.Band Up SyststnTtoOUStuduti failure to begin; .with.. Such a life U .'Laa-Poe .. : Line: :.'ii

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with music by the drum eorp. 1 Sunday'at 2 p. m. the union churchservices CONTRACT'1 TO PUBLISH THE"" + KIDDI ,taWara. ;*,
''St.Cloud DepartmentNEWS The meeting was.opened by-Mr.. J:'.W. that have Ieenand. are being DELINQUENT. 'TAX LIST A HARD ONE THAT'LL !+
Francher(.Chei j pre. lcleDt.. The .cmapoo, ) held in the old G.*A. R..Hall are + IN1'ERBB1'\TOU.. ... SURE *..rYou ,.
1. >.. :( lain, 'Rev. Northrup, lead in prayer, beinc'well attended and' growing : +1... .' w-----.., ... '.',
\. .(.;)i; 4. //ii", ',, ........J {;' ..r" :J. .. also made the opening talk on the interest: and enjoyed by all.< Alf the Ceaatr iC.auiidenas Make PriatUf .- bright little school 'chtlVdren
: .AND'NOTES.OFJTBEWONDEB.: CIJY >FROM! OUR OWN New.Year; took In three new membersand pastors ,of. the various churches are Award. ;.,,,:Giving .Valley! Gasette ,who hare been on your noli-*.
? one honorary member. Mrs. Dav- very kindly giving their services free Miner JobContrary' day vacatlon'for the past several .> '
'a SPECIAL. .CORRESPONDENT. Irs took charge of the psogram'fter,. and are preaching t. the buslnesav Brothers...Kenney, 'Westcott-'" Jennings about your,.lessons, put on your *.
(: ", Recitation by Mrs. Frenches' and and Brtoher George H. Northrop to general expectation of ..thinking caps and .se'if you can.*
II Nut' week will ,be a busy week at McLaughlin's. for Christmas 'dinner, readings-Mrs. 8tilwl *Mr.. Mar-' have preached the past four..Sun- tbe:publlc::,.the new' Board,of County +,fget after" the little'problem in,* .,
the Methodist Church; as'th.r.awglLi. all enjoying -fine repast and.a central skie.- Col. EveryMrs.. ,Adams,' G..H.Robinson' days. Dr. Cook will. on January Commissioners;'in making a wards'for punctuation offered below. Twill *'
r good time afterwards. Mrs. Comrade Every sang "Lit '.7; 1917. Rev. Henry Darbaker, the of Osceolt 'fit *;, get you, ready for Action when*.
public printing ,
about.seventyrflve::: persons in ,at. Cooper and Mrs'Birch entertained the tle Brown' Button.ABother song, January 14.;': Everybody. Invited to at- saw the bell tings to get back to your *
; tendance at the annual session of the club with some old-time songs, Mrs. "Away Down South In Dixie* .was. tend. Bring someone with yon and en- tea give. the'delinquent tax list to the studies, and cause much.amuse- ..
St. Johns River-,Conference. .Bishop Cooper presiding at the I piano. The Sung by Miss,Riley.' : ojy the gospel meetings. $'#' St,, Cloud.:Xribuns, not'taklng. cognisance Wren! besides. At first glance you *'.
.....' Wm. A of St. Louis Mo.. will club the nproceeded'to elect officers Remarks were made by Mrs.Every.' Mr., and Mrs.',Struell Finef rock ofWaynesburg. 'of.U.f.ctthat i : the+,Valley Gai will say that there ia no sense to .
l e the presiding bishop; and then there for the,coming year.. :Mrs. Naylorwas The next meeting in the Oak GrovePark' Ohio are guests for the .ttels one of the beat weekly publications It, having the appearance of a +J,;
't" will be representatives of the various nominated and elected president orto' ...the' first Tuesday in'. Feb- winter of Mr. and'Mr.., Alfred Clemens in" Florida,' and the, oldest '. jumble of words, but when prop- .
church boards In attendance/and ...". Mrs.'AUce II. Clemens,.secretary,' and ruary. - on Illinois ......nue,'between I nlr- I paper In this. county, having a circulation ;. only punctuated the sentence ap..*
ing addresses at the evening sessions.These Albert ),(all)"ennJ'.,. treasurer. Mr. : tenth and ,Fourteenth streets.; :-which would insure the placing : peaIO imple enough.. Try IV- .
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wives, will be by the members. The secretary was instructed Railway Company arrived Visitor on Sunday call . !
taxpayer .
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members and friends of the Methodist to writ*-a letter. of condole here Saturday evening from Atchison, Mr.- and Mrs. Sam'Brammar entertaIned At the session.Wednesday morntnr that is Is that is not *
to Mrs. Smith the first Kansas Mr. Brenner and 1 W. 8. Al- *. is not la not that It it .- '. "
:, Church while h.". Monday January ence presidentof at dinner on i New Year'* da', W.'B.'Harris and Max P. Morits editor '
: 8, at 7 p, m., the Rev. R. A.'Carine. the society's wife and also ex- yea leave Thursday morning for Sanford the following guests being present of the Valley- G. tte, J presented ,+' :;' ;. .
\ who is' now finishing his sixth and mayor of our city! also voted to extend : ,' where they will meet1 twenty Mr. and Mrs. Johnston of K islmm... the clalmJof this paper on this mat- *' ord.r'to.'se., whether toe,*
S. consequently last as district superintendent a vote of thanks to Mrs. McLaughlin two of the business men from St. Joseph Postmaster Johnston and family,Mr. ter the are good in punctuation (and *
showing where
J year taxpayers
of Jacksonvill district, for her kindness shown to ,' Mo., to look over Rbei'Intrdrbanrailway and Mrs. Bartlett'and Neal Bartlett would be benefited iy.ha'finc.the tax !o after you have tried real. hard),'+
I will preach. and after the sermon the club and for the grand dinner route and if everything' is Dr. J.- D. Chnnn Lynn -Danghery lists published In their paper' but no I. the correct form is' submitted.". *. .
; hold the last quarterly conference of served the member. The club then satisfactory, they will. soon, be shovtling and Ralph Reynolds spent Wednesday, action was taken,until in the after- I.. as'follows" : ,*' .,
: the adjourned .o meet with Mr. and Mr. dirt forth new railway. inlKlssimmee.- r *'
l u\ Tuesday year. ;at 7 p. m.; Rev. J. F. Packard Alfred Clemens for their next... meet- 1 I Clau-; W. G.: Kinds office1 is "to be removed Commissioner: : Guy,'of the fourth .nat't..t (t.-t.'That that' Is .
ing Samuel was born in Hart and the park the not, if not;.Iroot that itt It la. .
,, will preach, after which there i by depot beautified. commissioners'. district, stated that it 2 _. .
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will be a reception given by the mem !county.$y., August 8, 1839 and lived Capt. Frost left on Monday for laUlahassee was necessary to have the delinquenttaxes ., -
1S bees'of the church to all visiting delegates The Ladies Improvement Club held there until September, 1861, when he to meet the Railroad CommI..ion.n published In the Gazette in order Pretty'cood' tonic' for "brain
, KI to the conference. Its usual semi-monthly meeting on I enlisted in the Second Kentucky Cavalry to see'about a new depotat to reach taxpayer. *. 0 f ag"t. \ :,
... the 20th of December. Minutes' of 1 St. Cloud and will for the inauguration ,
' .Wednesday 9 a. m., conference D Fourth stay The matter of the mllee1lanaoa.priaUn& . .... ..... .. .. . ... ... .
f alon opened by; Bishop W. H. Quayle. ; previous meeting read and approved, Company' Brigade, of Governor Catts.Miiis was takenfup, the ''Board : .
2.p. m., statistical session. at which Mrs. Lou Hendrix the president and Fourteenth Army Corps in the Bonnie on Sunday awarding'the same to the G '.ette;,
'7 'p. m. "Shylock and David (lecture presided. There was a good at :Army of the Cumberland. He was for Tampa to take a three. years TAKES OFF DANDRUFF, 1 f +
1't'1 by Bishop Quayle) tendanceand.several.applications' for discharged at Nashville Tenn., No- course in the hospital. JOHNNY,Joe SHOWS ,ti. v.. . ,*> ; HAIR' FALLING r, '
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Thursday, 8:80 a. m.. cofnerence membership handed in. A rising vote Mr. and Mrs. W..L. r''Deillt- :
session. of thanks was given Mrs. Lydia MoshMrs. vember. 24 1864 and Ttlunedhome tie daupter"-Vlrtrinla.... St. Cloud < SECURE FOR'THE FAIR ; '
, 2 p. nu, evangelistic service. er,- Ed Mrs.. 3.- W. to Kentucky) .and went to. fa",11ft' in visitors Tuesday evening;. , 8at.'Yo.r Hair Get a W"cent *bottle t
p. h4'preach.r..I...... meetlng> Porter for.the faithful work they-'die! Hardin -county. !On/July II Floyd and Gordon Northrop, who "rtie Fair-Association has made arrangement ,?",;...T,-Danderino. right new.-Aleo. 3"!
7 p. m, anniversary Board of Tern In getting up,the banquet at the St. married Nancy Ellen Steel and they have been spending the holidays at with,the Johan. Jones 7 ,stops.lldWtc..K&I.% : *
I I , permnoe and of the Epworth'' League Cloud Hotel on so.short a notice; also 1 remained Kentucky: until 1881 when their home here, returned on Mondaymorning Shows to be here during the gala (' .M. '-.0 I
addressed by Ernest Dailey r Smith: the ladies on' the reception committee they moved to Fulton county 111. and to Stetson University at De- time in "February, i and the amusement Thin, brittle, colorless and acraggy i
t aub eet, "The Battle of Booset' Rum.4Friday deserve mention. Business being dispensed remained there Until 1892, when they Land. Fla. -loving public will have a chance hair is mute evidence Kn negUcted
8:80, conference session. with, the program of the social moved to Holt county Neb. Both A. E. Drought was'a business callerat to enjoy themselves to the fullest ex scalp of dancnaff-that awful scurf
I, 2p UL, W. H. Mn.Sodety.SaddresS, } hour was taken up uy the committee. united',with the Methodist'Episcopal Kissimmee on' Wednesday. tent ,Mr. Jones was in .the city this . hair is nothing so destructive to i
'. '. by Bishop Quayle. Mrs. Porter, the first on the program, Church South soon after marriage in The St. Cloud Board of'Trade bald week, and during.his stay closed .the the as dandruff. It robe the hair
4;;,, 7 p. IlL, anniversary Board of Education "How Christmas Came to the Poorhouse 1865, and remained in they their annual election of officers Monday contract.'" of Itll".trer its strength and its -vary
i j ," by. Mrs."E. P. Morgan, which came to Nebraska, where their church evening. President Sam Bram The shows are well known to almost life, eventually producing a feverishness -.; h #b ''
Saturday, 8:80, conference session. was rendered with good taste and feel wa snot represented. Church the mar; vice resident Ed'George; secretary everyone and will be quite an attraction and itching of the scalp' which .., .
2p. m., F. F, Mr- Society, address ing., Methodist Episcopal in St. Ralph ReynoldlftreauNr.;: D. at the Fair; in addition to other if not. remedied causes the hair rests' 01
by Mrs. A. H. Riffel. A monologue, a Story of the Babe Cloud Fla. February 16. 191S, and H. GUt board governors, J.- K. Conn amusement_.features'which ha been to' shrink,:loosen 'and die--ben the)I .. .
7 p. m., anniversary Board of Foreign of Bethlehem, "No Room in the Inn." Mr. Clausen was a member of the J. L. Hargrave and H. E. Wiley. selected. V hair falls out fast. ,A little DanderinVtonight ..
Missions; Dr. Walling Clark, of "A Christmas Tree Story," by MissAllen. same at the time' of his death in StCloud Ther was a large attendance-and due.were --- -now-.. ny .tba.-WUI' .surely'; ;:;" .-:
Rome, Italy. 1 Dec. 17, 1916. raised to,five dollars. The work save. your hair. ,v
S: Sunday, 9 a. m., love feast. A fine talk on the advancement of Mr. Clausen has one brother, D. A. of the board will be taken up under McHugh of Wisconsin, Mr, < Schope of Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton' ,
4 10:30 a. m., sermon by Bishop Win. prohibition by Mrs. Metsger. Clausen, living in Nebraska and one special department. The appointmentof St. Joseph Mo., and Mr. Barber of Dander'Ine'from' any drug tore.-. Yoa
A. Quayle. Solo, "Th.{ Virgins' Slumber Song," sister, Mrs. Cynthia Caswell, living in the committee. must have the sanction Virginia left on Saturday last for a surely can have beautiful hair and lots
r 2 p. m., ordinations and memoirs. by Mrs. J. K. Conn, assisted by the Kentucky. There remains to mourn of the chair. trip t'> the coast, going by auto by of it if you will just try a little Dan..
8:80: p. m., fifth anniversary of the accomplished piansit, Mrs. Guy. S. his loss a widow and nine children. Dr. Nailor and wife Col. Molane way of Orlando, Leesburr.Ocala, derine.TSave c 70.ur. hair I Try ftt
edicatlon of our church. Morgan. Four of the children were able to be at and wife motored to kiesimme. on Dunnellen, Inverness and Homosassa;
7 p. m., sermon and reading of ap "A talk ort how much St. Cloud has the funeral. Besides Katie Clausen, Tuesday to spend the day. also went down the Homostssa Riverto 4.500 PENNIES SOAKED, 'N SYRUP '
y pointments. advanced in four short years," by Mrs. who lives at home, there were pres. The Lake Shore Club spent-Monday Or.ella and the Gulf by gasoline Mr .' Minnie C; Scanlon, of' CrIpple':
{ Adjournment J. II. Rodger ent Mrs. L. B. Hughbanks. Mrs. E. E. evening in bathing. launch and gathered oysters and all Creek, Colo., divorced wife of Thomas
," All ar invited to any and all of.the Readings by several ladies of the' Gibbs and Miss Jennie Clausen. Mr. Robert Gibbs, formerly of St. returned well pleased with their trip. Scanlon a miner, has-filed suit here to
services that they can attend. All club concluded the program, which j The funeral was under the directionof Cloud, is spending the holidays here. Mr. W.;''A. Drawdy and family Spent compel tier husband to'pay her $45 n
seats are free except for the lecture was enjoyed by all; adjourned until undertaker C. E. Carlson. Rev. G. Mr. William Mann ..pent.TlMsds1InSt. the holidays with friends at Whittler. month alimony In legal tender.' Scan'
l : by. Bishop Quayle Wednesday evening, January 3 at 2 o'clock. H. Northrop, pastor of the Methodist Cloud. Misses Violet Van'J Gillie Say lon.'.ford three months, ba. paid::-th*.
. when 50 and 25 cents admission will church, officiated, assisted by the former Bill Monstdoeca, Columbus Lanierand' lor and Graoa Ide, and 1e..n. Walter alimony In pennies.. A month ago he
i be charged: and the bishop will give Before the N.- L. Association could pastor:, Rev. J. B. Westcott.Mrs. -. F. E. Lockwood killed two deeron Charles,. Willis and Robert Ide sent 9,000 pennies,paying, for a.month'.
;* all the proceeds to some good work hold their meeting about twelve of! Thursday, returning home Satur spent Monday in the Ide orange grove. In arrearsJ '
I connected with the ehruch. You cannot the men went down and fixed up the 1 Charles Brown of Wisconsin day. will'Mann reports a' large attendance Later, Mnu!Scanlon alleges,.he sent
I I afford to miss this splendid lec seats and table., which were broken,: avenue and Tenth street gave her regular Judge'school 4.600 .pennies -which had boon soakedin
' ; ture.' up considerably ''There were 150 Christmas dinner to several of attending court, where, .every.Sunday at 9 a. m. syrup, It"took' her nearly four
/a : present in the afternoon, but there the old veterans that live alone. They.. was employed In five new-cases. h.1 Mrs. E. E. Ely entertained the 500 hours to wash,off'tIM syrup, Mrs.. :.
The Hungry.Ten, Club i met at Mrs.. were 80 that took.dinner, which was certainly do enjoy the-kind hospitality., W.'S. Alyea, Mr.'' Lee of Ohio Mr. dub at her home'Tuesday, : evening:' Scanlon said.- r

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4 ....1.... v.rr. Governorship, after, one ,of the moat remarkable '.TO; : BE' BIGGEST EVEN1, " '- :' . ' ' \

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B.,KARRI* ..* to. G.VAlee AONHW, Owr. *. : last took the oath'and was Inducted! Into thee. 'HISTORY Of< STATE : '
<;4v MAX Ft Moarrx salt.r, high {fl\c\ *'' amid .the greatest of demonstration! at T Jlahaas . "" .

h 4, 7Y11gt ... .1. **. ''Thousands of people from all section of the ff. _,_. For Sale : LAbout
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; County Fair .
,' the'eelebr.dons incident to th Inauguration'beta,g whiTw ill bed. thia city February '

EMB R a compliment highly appreciated by Governor Cato and 14th to 17th inclusive,'will be one : -> .- ..
4 his hosts of admirer of. the best ever conducted in .thii .
11 section of the State, without -. .
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yb It I. safe to ay that the new Governor take the office if the hard and conscientious 200 acres of extra good land 3 mile from Kissimmee.. f" .
with the beat'wlahe.* of the entire populace of the Stab, work,on the part of the director and ; : t

and with the hop that he will prove to be on* of the beat other in charge of this great project fronting on a good county Toad free rural route. 2 mile from,railroad - .; ,:

chief executives Florida has bad the pleasure* to have. la I to be taken Into consideration. TOG ;
be "laid the cross-fenced broom house two porches.most :
ranch stress cannot upon station fenced and ;
that .who baa demoni
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fact that the .nt.YiIl be one of the '
trated his ability of conducting a campaign inch as fc. most important In'the history of the of the land in the Artesian Belt three flowing wells; some of, .

was forced to go through recently, who was able to 'wire' would not be amiss to '
to his support a majority In two elections, and who'could' chats anditI is the duty of all good the very best productive lands in Florida, part high hammocV: 7-; .
citizen to put their shoulder to the .
appeal to the people so successfully against formidabl wheel and assist in making the Fait acre bearing grove; just the place for an excellent farm and grove
..._... tI.. s.t.r. odds, will certainly be capable of making. a good GOT a big, howling success. The eyes of

r On One Copy Copy. One Pas Month Tear --__._...______-____-__-_-____.__.___-_-.-_-_-_-_-_-_-___--_-_poo 1.00'' ernor. There is no reason to fear that Mr .Catts' adminIstration the entire State are on Kissimmee: I property Jine pasture; joins the lake and especially desirable W

One Copy Three MonthsA11 .______.____j.______---______ .60 of the affair' of the State win mean evil to Flo. there will be thousands of visitor
here, and, as usual this enterprising this owned by nonresident who will
want to show place; a
communication .cpt from "our auttioriced oorvr..pondenta ida, bat'on the other hand, everything points to the fact< community must and will demonstrate you '

S Rejected must matter b..I win nee not by be the returned writer.unless called faEntered that at the end of his term of office this State will have that it I I. wM", awake. A successful sacrifice. Favorable terms of payment
enjoyed such an area of prosperity as to place-Govern* county exhibition, a* has been outlined -

/ In the Poitofflc at Kl.*lmmee. Florida, .. Catts into the heart of every man, woman and child 1 In ,by those in ch.rC'8"m be. the We,also have many small farms for good suburban homes, and .
econa.cla. matter.) blg< the Land of Flower
bly be Imagined for this section.A at such prices as will induce you to turn your money loose. Give usa
;, FRIDAY JANUARY 5, 1917. outlining what he hope to accomplish Governor visit to the -Fair grounds will '
. Catts feels the most important thing facing Florida todayIs. convince the most skeptical that ;a chance to SHOW YOU.

o the drainage of the Everglades, and Is of the opinion great deal of hard work has already
A,: that should the Administration be supported much wilt been done, and that no pains or expense Good cottages for rent, and 'some of, the finest-residences in
to the
TO THE PUBLIC are being spared 'put
have been done in this direction four hence. Ills the
u year. grounds in proper shape. Within town for sale. .
Beginning with this week's issue of the Kis- first step will be to awaken\11. people to the greatness p..t few day the large ITand.tandba. *

y simmee Valley Gazette; the undersigned assumes of the project. This being accomplished, the chief UHU. been practically completed.made Arrangements -
are now being to
$' the position as editor and advertising manager, tive says: "The first great project after this will be the build the stables for the horses that .

: and respectfully solicit the goodwill and cooperation floating of the first (about) $3,000,000'worth of bond.l will be entered in'the races, and whirl /' ..

of the! entire community\ in hi* etfort8. tor and lifter that $3,000,000 more, which, should, pat the.; hare.already.been secured for the different .' ; "
+ ,,0 I 'to the high standard of -. whole section of and after speedway ev-nt. and every-
r keep the publication, up largely: in a state cultivation, thing is hustle and bustle to p- .
excellence it has enjoyed in the past, therebyanting the first crop I I. mad, on this land you may look for things in shape by the time set for Nelson

the distinction of. being. one of the best price to *oar'until the fabulous price of California will the opening of the Fair. '

weekly newspapera in "Florida.: be nothingtto'what' this, the richest land on'.earth, .will : The peedway! when completed will
be one of the finest in Florida 't ii.
her \ -
with her good citizenship,
? Kissimmee, bring.
: a half-mile track and will be quite
many natural re.oureeai Beautiful surroundings The new Governor hope. to cut oat all waste in the fast. Being constructed by experienced -

and great possibilities W entitled to a newspaper administration/ of State institutions and Industries, feeling men in this line there is every
service of the best-a service which will tell the that when the same officer continue too long at their! reason to believe that it will come u* Co.
to expectations. Some of the horses Realty "
true"story of Osceola county, and her beautiful jobs, that they let in little extravagances until within a that will be entered are the best to be

and progressive county seat, as well a* other short time gnat methods of waste are established, and procured and this feature will attract

municipalities, to the outside world in the most the State loses many thousands of dollars a year because much attention.

III"I thorough and convincing way. It will be our of the lack of system upon she part of those whose buai Work on the exhibit buildings will!
commence shortly. It is the intention KISSIMMEE FLA. '
earnest endeavor to leave no stone unturned cues it is to see after her affairs. His idea I I. to effect of those in charge to have structures ,

for th* benefit of the community. In this we changes in these matters by rotation in office'arid PUt- that will house all the exhibits that

solicit the support of the public in general. ting new men in as far as practicable. He will try to can possibly be procured, and will be
for the .. . ... ... . .o.oo.o.o.o .o.oo oo .oooo..oooooooooo
With an expression of appreciation for the excellent give the Board of Equalization of Taxes more power, s.0I displaying the products and purposeof other

patronage accorded this paper in the past, I that they shall not only have the right to equalize large. things in the most interesting mann

: and asking for a continuance of >same in the ''I and vast estates of private persons and corporations, but possible. There will be room for all,,

future, we extend the best wishes to all for a'lIIolt'pro.p.roua (their privileges shall be extended to the vast systems Gf. and there is no doubt but that the ex' . .
will be will be
hibits that
Y New Year. Let your slogan during railways penetrating the State. The primary law will arranged

s 1917' be: "Osceola County and KissimmeeFirst'Last come in for a big change, so as to eliminate the muddle' as other good fairs and held as neatly in the arranged State. A as spur at I ASK FARMERS TO PLANT CANE FOR

: and .Always... ,.MAX P. MORITZ. j experienced in "the recent elections. He expresses him railroad track is now being built from MY SYRUP MILL AT KISSIMMEE.
the main line of the Atlantic Coast
elf a* being In favor of the Initiative, referendum! and
Line for the convenience of those having
Recall. Prohibition will have his earnest attention, and exhibits and who will in otherwise I will contract to bay cane en a fair basis. I have Japanese Seed

'Howdy Governor Cattlder. 1 the Important question of opening all closed institution; take part.
a CaM for sale durinc the next two week at $4 1000 stalk..
within the State of Florida for police inspection, such a.. The amusement features will be In-

Kissimmee, the City Beautiful.Kissimmee convents, parochial schools and Institutions of like nature teresting. Arrangement have been about ....tlaird its anal price.
for high-das of variouskinds _
; industrial schools and the training! for the boy and made,, the details of which will be

first, last and always.: . girls of Florida; proper regulation of railroads, and many] at a later date. Suffice it to say J. M. WILLSON Jr. .
other vital questions for theigood of the people of Florid, Sven this part'will be as good! a* can "

*:** Start the New Year right by bulkheadlng .,. jO Governor Catts wanli ill inhabitant* of our fair SteW it*'procured anywhere. The premium Klssimmee Florida
'. ,
, . 1: t,-entries, ete., are now being compile
to feel thatibe wilt work for their betterment, and should
the hands of the
Good'f(road, and prosperity CO band in. _.hand... ,' they desire to criticize or praise, be want them to realfa printer dand, and placed will be in ready for distribution to' .... . . . 0 .0..010... .. .. .. .... .. ....... .!. It.
_w" .. r . _' .rnM'_N nKrChristmas .' and know that their advice,wilt, be gratefully! received" : contain within information a reasonable which time will and .will.. -; "

I ia gone-ea 1* father'. bank.account. and,.whenever psssible, cheefully taken. I I IClassified -
. .. the public that the Fair will beeven ) .
'' --T-T.-' t V.,$ ]j I';. '- I on a much larger scale than is '" '" ,.:'
It look a* if King Con. has surely spilled :th<. .The :Valley Gazette is.Indeed grateful" to its patron I, really anticipated the. .average' dtili !
!'Greece.. "' 'r fofthe interest that is being shown for the publication' I

tap, 4 tM welfare within the past few weeks over $400 having been! I PROGRAM OF .RACES( AdvertisementsFOR .1

No such thing a* poverty in beautiful, thriving' pro. ; brought in--both old and .new subscribers, The, > jnaa v

i perona Kissimmee. *) igvment regrets that it 'was necessary to raise the price Wednesday, February 14th ..u' 'U"A' .... . . _
)*****e4aaaaaa..AAAi ". '' -YY. .u._ _ U._ y.. . .. .
>, *; -' :-:-. rrV of .subscriptions, but the Increased cost of print papa let ran 2:14 pace, mile heats, y ww.

iv, Watch ;for the Osceola County' Fair in February.. and other materials which go to make up a newspaper 3 in 5___$150 SALE-Fin* upright piano; a FOR SALE (by owner)-Five-
2nd! race ?:25 and 2:30: trot,
Twill be a hummer. \. had made this step necessary. Appreciation on the park mile heats, 3 pace in 5_'.._. 150 bargain for cash; also other piecesof room bungalow; close in. Inquireat

'iVr oj tJXlllhnmee' of the public I* always gladly accepted, and naturally! aid race, %-mll. heat, weight furniture. Call at 108 Clyde Av. Ford'. Barber Shop, 14 'Broadway -

golf course '1* abig"attraction" : to thKissimmee e makes the publisher and his assistants take on "more 110 lb*., 2 in 3_ 50 61-tf

JDaDY-winter visitors. iteam" to isue a better and greater Gaz te. Thursday, February 15th WANTED-Room for storage with

i iI I 1st race, free for .11. trot or pace, permanent resident; must be dry FOR SALE OR RENT-A new cottage -

Capital of Florida 1 Wouldn't that sound mile heats, 3 in 6_$300 and rent reasonable. Actress 108 with water and lights for rent.
y ,
We point>> with pride to our many churches and other i
mile dash
2nd race, one weightfor or sale. Call at J. Richards, 403 E.
good! After it, boys! religious organizations. The reverend gentlemen in'' age _.,- 100 Clyde avenue. Vine St.
charge: of the various congregations are men of reputation II trd.race, %-mile dash for cow _

and learning, looking after their flocks in a manner ponies riddenby cowboys from FOR SALE-white Leghorn settings, DWELLINGS for rent to M.
Amalgamated Osceola county _._._... 25 $1.00. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222.52tf. Tiller. -
creditable: to each and every one of them-wide awake',,
Friday February 16th ,|
progressive, and aside from their .religious duties take ar __ FURNISHED ROOMS for
tat race, 2:35 pace and 2:40 trot, housekeeping
V I'n'* a mighty good thing sometimes to make a change Important part in the general welfare and upbuilding of mile heat. 8 in 5________.__:$150 GENERAL FARMING is profitablein for adults only; two ladies or-
4 ,in pastures -but what about the pastures 1 Cisslmmee. 2nd: race, 2:18 pace, mile heats 8 Florida. To know Florida's possibilities -I man and wife. Phone 143. 8-2t
in I 5) 160
for live stock and LOST-A Masonic emblem Watch
Kaiser Bill evidently changed his mind a second time Ird race, %-mUe dash, weight 110 poultry
about eating that Christina dinner in Paris. Greeting to "ye editors'*" former co-workers on' the Ibs. __ -.-..._.._ 75 raising, dairying, fruit and truck charm. W. B. Harris engraved on
Tampa Horning: Tribune, all of whom .are now prominently Saturday, February 17th growing, read the Florida Farmer back. Reward if returned to Gazette

identified with th. Florida press: Gilbert D. 1st race, 2:18 trot, mile he.ta,3 in and Homeseeker. Six months' trial office.
'I Not bit too early for our husky athletes to organic ,
a I 6) .$150 II| .
Leach, editor of Leeaburg Commercial; Goode M. Guerry, subscription 25 cents. Sample copy
baseball dub of South Florida. dash for FOR
the champion 2nd race, 3-8-Mil cow SALE-60-foot
editor Howey.Tribune; Major E. A. Moreno, editor World, ponies ridden by cowboy...__ 26 free. Address Florida Farmer and powerboat
Winter Haven; Claude Johnson, editor St. Cloud Tribune; 3rd race, 34-mile consolation run, Homeseeker, Box 860, Jacksonville, complete outfit, equipped with.
Nowhere in Florida is there better \ and two
an fishing
Lucien Lucas editor Tarpon Springs Leader. Best weight 110 lb*.- 25 Fla. 62-tf 15-horsepower engine.; draw
boating,than on_th. *lake about Kissimmee-the tourist'i wishes for a happy and New Year. 80.Inches of water and can be used:

pUyfrotod.! .. ,, prosperous Rules and Regulation FOR SALE OR TRACK-A fine 160- for both, passenger and freight.

1 Hobble not barred. In case races acre farm; good 10-room house, Price, $2, OO; cost, when built,
mixed classes will be art
,The'most'appropriate New Year's resolution of evel'7'aoocI Just because our uce1Jent'bandamen"'toot" their own do not fill, large barn, good store $7,000. H. G. Warner
horse in attendtnee. Agent
ranged to suit the business ,
cftlxen Sato boo- ;work and "hoUr" for KissimmM borne, 1* 'no'reason why organization wouldn't ap- . warehouse: already for ; Tampa-, Fa I-tC

and Osceola., . predate a little ubstantial boosting a* a NCO&'D1t1o1Joftheir : Entrie* close with Secretary 7 p. IlLd.y buildup all wellhonse kind of fruit fineout-
service It take much wind to entertain with the 1'08AU ;
race FOR
: govern side range; 125 fenced, 100 in cultivation SALE-40 acre of finest citrus
,Th wine business man never mUses an opportunity band music,".but' It. also take "rocks" to keep,up the ed Association by rule of unless the American otherwise Trotting speclied. ; telephone In nous*. I want land, situated in Orange county,

"" ,to .pak to.the publl cthrongh ,the column of his home necessary.enthusiasm .and spirits of the "tooter." ;Record after'February lt JlObar. JOHN well-improved"MORGAN Florida, Howard property.Ridge best lake protection. Will be oW-
"""''" ""- in 10
or plots whole.
2e* Ozark County, Missouri 8-2t or a* a
: .
South Florida' Fair and Carnival at Tampa' IHIBe.t Pltraea Divided. 0-2S-1S Per Cent Price reasonable. If interested, la,
:Tourist to our fair city are load In praise of the excUant Bet"-the Preu Breakfast. Four tm\rte. and three- starters re. FOR SALE OR TRADE-A fine ISO- quire Lupfer &: Prather, Ford Gar-
lulred. for a race acre farm; 126 fenced, 100 In cultt- '
pt{,, hotel accommodations they are enjoying. Noth.: Ebtrance fee' 8 I) -per cent of )un.: vation; good 10-room house large age' ..61-tf
good for the our gaUs. Spar cent of purse money additional and
"4ng too ' "SOME PIE>" THANKS! from winners; horse distancing field barn, good store building warehouse FOR SALE-Fifteen acres In South..
q- henhouse smokehouse
,; ;i (With Apologies to J. J. Calvin) entitled to only one money. 'house and other"uildings; all kindsof west Kissimmee. Either' in a sin.
,Ui: ;on* doubt' ths'prevailing prosperity in KIsimme By "Us" Nn entrance fee for cow pony andonsolation fruit. Fine location for a store. FUNK & or In flve"J.cre! lot8' W. H-

In lei Urn com berf and see the hundred of hand- race Fine outside range. Telephone In Leesburg, Fla. ..8-8t

amotomobilea ,a .over street*, daring a UT.I Good morning! .Mia Kiuimmee, ma*.am. .For further particular apply to A. house. Want well-improved Florida FOR SAL --A pure.bred Duroc-Jer.'
V You know how editor pray! F.!. THOMAS.. Secretary' ; ltI.l mmee.FJa. property., John Morgan., Howard's aey boar. A,.. 8 months.weight 200()(
l& .fidwln ? M .* Let them have pie for breakfast'and Ridge, Otard County, Mo. S-2t pounds. This* i*, a rare GPportun. ?,
: D.Xambright.'Prince of Paragrapher* and Lot, more throughout.. the day. ,; Ity.for any one wishing to improve' !,
;%lanodat.'Editor'of "Florida' Greatest "N wspaper"- PARTNERSHIP.DISSOLVEDThe $1.500 CASH ,will bay 1(0 acre .of their .stoct. The Edgewater Farmft

., MorniiigTribuni' Wr on the job Ed. "Have Fruit pl. .Is good for wrtter'1IIen; firm of May A Stout, operating rood land oae-half mile off the Ore ... M>., Klsslmmee. Fla.: "> / M {i2r2t:: *
,. '.. .,.... .:'1- They soon will weigh three hundred. pound been dissolved by mutual consent. Mjr, mile of the KIuI....... Fla, pot..For REPUBLIC TRUCKS",ARK'MONEYMAKERS. -*
A' ";. -' -. '.,Aadjneasur. eight. feet.long ,,,: Stout purchasing the Interest of hi* 0111_ ','. particular write W. ,, '
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':. 1'-- "**..**. '- '' 'S.i partner. H.' R.: May,'and will continue tt Smith.P.; a. Bo. 11, .Latel nct.
.with Jir enterprising' dtIz.n.blp'the No '
Kissimmee: ,, % Ton mfghi"send iM Sear a, piece. the business a* Stont'Lumber Co. Fla. J .,. i-5t man, truck' I'r "Pf' or
,b.av4I lurrcunding, abundant rasource and' greater ', .. By way of compliment, Mr..May ha a large sawing contract fruit man can afford to *T onr:

;. .....bOW..Jaer.&elltra! looatlor4Is the ideal place for,the) ADd\ then he will remember your' '''t---\00:: : W'' - with the Ahton- Turpntin Ox,' to FOR., .SALE.- 1' .....rooIQ bungalow ,'Our;without a R.pab1le .Motol',,Truck.

ptpfW Great State of Florida.' .-" fi :. Jr : 4 ,, r en,,heLPreeident. : o.' ,. r if; I ;-:; wbltbrh.'wtIl devote his entire. .. timeandattentionr on ,W.1It Vine, street,. deep,. well, make:'easy teJ'1Dl-'of. payment will'
.. .: : ,:k '1' ni3 >lt t windmill.and'tank, .3,000 trpck pay for Itself., Drop .
gallons .
-' ,.... ; ;
'. ,.,,,' .: J., .,, -' f k.wt .plea e\ Lamb"rlih, (( Mat *r*bhI'7'and- ornamental ;trees; \u' poail today for catal I'1l'" D.;
.w'. ."-. 11'Is 11 i-iii proud ..wmn.n's dubs and.other 'ijI. JIb:. .A. tt will dor wer: ." tt ''John WitheTpoon,""who, been 'My ftoniO'WMrl; save middle" man's 'P.:WEEKS'AUTO' CO.. corner' "ltlt .6'and

.j. ...*. .peautlfy.awUmprovedh: city Because. be :weigh, near ..-.hundred now pending his vacation with Mat parent* I .commfraion,A.. C.-CHAPMAN. MfR N.bruka an'; Tampa, FJa. 2-&t' ,, ('
= And. .flU* front. pew.' left> Wednesday for MaryvUWTemu, AN; AU? 'FOR: PAHILY.f";
the EYBRY'
mlnutelalo8t by fair daogb- -, .
watLJ' I'k eaum.'his'tltodYee. '. l3 bout, ..
; to. : 7b. he.d
"F' of ima'brood '
.. &11.; 'i\ItJ' .:tchnab"'tld. ,th.-pretHert,' ,Ba r. T"a!wh l. big psi t r'm.I.l \. 'ii/?, ,fI, 'M. ,., ". hop. .iDdu llna' : '1I01D!' ',... Asks bergata list of-newIte "
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: The- nianag.meut of;th*. Graytone .
! -' Fir* Insurance-! A.!E.Dronghkr : __ responsible positionSrith. .the Postal Casino announces that' 'on.' Monday I

( \ 'W now hare all d.color* variegated Telegraph.t, Tampa. January 8, they will present the C.'A, ,I. .. ,
.1 .,- For'r'SaJDol'lOl. mules and het-- Phillips Dramat1e of twen '
crochet :cotton. STORY'SaIt: land<" ;;,J. band Company and orchestra.This ;. Following ar* 7 \ ; 'yy.
ponle* : ty-five people
i ; tare and !
C.JlUen left f :
.MrsALela ; Tuesday; orA !
i; builnee trip. ." We now have all colon I in variegatedcrochet company I* well known In Kissimmee ported by i ;
on a
4 Melbourne having pleased the.public on 1
cotton. S-lt
'' STORY'S. at Kissimrao tar
'5 Mr Hope''' and family hare arrived Former will in
: and
occasions; appear '
'J, from.Loulirille. Ky., and will make Mrs. C.: E. Hilton and children visited the great Weatern drama, "A* Told ing'. ,Thursday. ; :: : : I .
their horn her*: ( -t, friend, aped. relative' in Loughman in the' Hills.", band i 1 I '
'Jusfreceived another shipment :of Tuesday' t concert on Main streetat.: .,1100"7 ancI.nother" V ' ; i
' and '.10 centthe ''yard.8TORYS ,Mnu JT.:J.McCranle'and% daughter In, front of, the \: Gray l\oDe .Frlda1o'a. :: ..
i : : Dorothy. left-Monday for a :week'. Casino at 7:80 p. m. en Monda,..- ,Saturday .. ...7' '
'Mr.:and lin.Luth.r Farmer 'announced visit with relative .at,Waldo.: ,I On Tuesday and Wednead '. January Sunday;>. ,. ,.... ; :
" the birth of a' '*on, Charle. Guy Gardner and"Shortle"" Thompson 9 and 10., .will .appear. rUnd" ;ln .Monday,_.,..;..' '

Lather,Jr.. born December" 22. spent:Tuesday'in Orlando' com- "Dariefnc.ramtlnp.can afford to miss. :, a*-' -no, one. 'Tuesday: 'n_,' .
j ., Her. O. B;Fall left Monday inlng btreinesswltlt pleasure. I7h. ..'
; l price. f/a4ai!"ion; 10 WaJnesday ,- :
i .' wit Mrs. Yates, who I I. quite ill at her ; W. J:;'Frlpp'r-merly'of; the*Valley. and -t5 cnta; i '- j .. '\\n{ nday ,-::..? ;
. hmoe at Conley. He.made the. return. Gazette, I* spending a';few. day at The Glee Club of Columbia University . '. ' auto. Mulberry" looking after business Interest 4. scheduled for Saturday.,Jan.nary .
r j J. '8tr tUn of St. 'C1oud--"II"" i *. -- ,18..while the great .Coburn'* I ,
J r KiMimmee-Saturday'combining' budV minstrel,troupe will ,hold the board STRAWBERRY. : :. F
Miss Lillian Godbold returned to
., the net Lincoln.with pleasure.Houe.MiM He .topped. at her honrif in Orlando Monday after on January.... 17. v . :
the week-end with her uncle,
Myrtlll aF. Be.b'and Mia S. J. J. McCrainie and farUy.Misses Miss Alpha Westfall gave a "straw atrawberris are
.J. Carver left Saturday for St. Cloud, ride 'to a party of her friend Tuesday from this section: i 4
.' 'when they will spend the week'visiting .* Millie and Dorothy Redditt evenios; in honor of her guest being mad last ** ;
.. the latter'. parent. left Thursday for Winter Park, after. Mis* Beatrice Hilton, pf' ..Loughman.Th grower S. T.- ''
"' II. B. Pratt and wIf. were here from spending several hour here, the brilliant moonlight the Joke and distinction of being ....
.,. Miami Sunday, while en.route for St.V" guests of their node. J. I;. Redditt laughter of the young people the substantial most grower of =
Cloud for a brief visit' They were. and. wife. lunch served wh* nthe young all indication'the' r
t'. guest at the Park HoteL An unusually: fin- meeting wa heldat people arrived:at, Shingle Creek .all from Osceola will
tt Dr. M. B. Cuihman of St. Cloud the Baptist Bethel Missionlast: contributed toward making this event next few week, and
'. spent some time in the city Monday Stihday evening, closing with the bap. one of the most enjoyable of the week.I la sue .ha will net :: : ; >
: while en route for Tampa where she ds mof four applicant for member About sixteen guest. were invited.. profit.1ARE ; ; {
I goes on a Drofeional visit. ship.J. : ; V.X-

; Mrs. P, Price. of Boston, M...., wa S. Williams who i*'In charge of .
,' a visitor in the city Saturday, while the schools at Whlttlerl. spent several
en route for her winter home in St. day of hi* vacation at Kissimmee. He YOU ;; : +
ter' Cloud. Sha-registered.. at the Man mad his headquarters. at the LiacolnHuos '
ssy-r-: Jiattan HoteL.., *. ' " CONSTIPATED' :

-::- Mr.-and Mra. S. B. Aultmsn. Mr*. Ralph Bearden who is-In the 'em '. ; ? :
: :
Mrs. R. B.
f" Jlen1.Aultm.n. ploy of the Consolidated Titl. 'Company '
motored to Winter at Fort Myers, left for that city 'TAKEREGUIATQR
' :
Park Sunday for a brief visit: Sundayvacation, after spending his holiday '
. ' Paul Murray and wife, winter v1.lors l- with his. mother, M...., C. Y. TONIC : ,,
from Franklin, Ind., rea-istsred' at Bearden. i ,t i '
.' th. Manhattan Hotel Saturday. They ij : '
'.1", spent several day in Kissimmee.r' Blue and pink striped rlnrhara for WASHINGTON: MEDICINE j ;
house dresses, 12c the l..STOR1'S.K. .
ter D.from S. Stokeby Burlingame and wife Kan.,'who'recl.-were,tour- N. Harrison formerly 1 ft>f f)4s HiUt BU,.,' --...., D. C.

T- cats looking about the city Sunday. city but now living at Bridges,' T1&, !
I They were guest at the Park Hotel. wa in Kissimmee this week..' transacting In Packages, 26c.60c and $ : ,, :
i. Misses Madeline and Bessie Allen business and greeting his many
4 who have been the attractive guests old friend .

A.. of Mrs. H. C. Playne for the week-end Miss Etta Witherspoon Who il i in .. -- :
_. left Tuesday for their home. in Orlando. the employment ofthe Florid ,
; '. Beach Development Company, spent a '
Mrs. J. C. Dowding; left Monday for few day with her parents Dr. and. BONDS FOR '

",'. MeCook Neb., to be with her.daughter Mrs. Witherspoon. .
who will undergo an operation. Mis Helen Jones, who ia teachingat :
Mrs. Dowding will be absent from I have fur sale a: limited
'. St. Lucie, came home to spend the :
home several week ; :
holidays with her mother Mr. G.
C. F. Kiff Emerson Spier; and Paul: F. Parker. She will return to her Gilt Edge 6.-per'cent: bonds ;
Cruiser all of Trumansburjr N. Y., duties,next Saturday.Mr. ,' ',1 .
arrived Friday to enjoy the Florida '' n
climate and see the eight of Kissim and Mr*. D. I. Walling accompanied five to twenty years.,. ; .,!.' .
'. men They made their headquarters by Mr. and Mr*. Charles.( Philip '
at.the Lincoln Hou.. *, R.' T. Butler and A. J. Metro motored This offer'open for;only -a :

Miss Lenore Fortner, daughter of to Wekiva Spring New Year's : :
> t-2t
w( Mr. R. B. Savage, of the Manhattan Day for an outing. ,?. A. C A. }:
Hotel left Monday. to resume her Dr. F. E. Keeper of Fitzgerald Ga.,
", Ltudle..t Rollins College, Winter spent last Friday in the city with Dr. ;
TO1' where she 1* enrolled. DeWitt T. Lightsey.: Dr. Keeper'had Sad"Y a "1
. R. S. Check and R. L. Check, from I ben attending the annual meeting of .. ... .. ....... .... .'. ...... ..... .. ....

.1 j'!'_ Adle Ga. arrived Friday to' upend the State.Osteopathic Association.' .... SNYX .
s' t V." om* time in Kissimmee. They: mad Mr..'and Mr*. Roy Safford announce I 'L
their headquarter *t the Lincoln the birth of a ten and a'.half'pound 8170'! ,,, ; : w"
House. boy on Tuesdaymornink at 9:20. at .. -t :
: Mr*. L. &: Treadaway and little their home in Tampa Mr. Safrord ". '. daughter, Bemadine.left.Tuesday for will be remembered a* .Mia Mary '
' .t her home at Daytona Beach"after< aweek' Burkam, who formerly resided here.. the''high cost: -of feeding:'., ,; :
Mr. H. '
visit with her ,
k mother. W..'W.; McNaughton who' recentlypurchased
:>> A. Keffer. ; r home; flli Bermuda-hay-
farm nearKissimmee ; ; f
a twenty-acre ''
: '.W. C. Bass and Fred Bass motored through the Money Real '. : : ]) :
,*'a to Orlando- Monday on i business.. Onthe ty Company!: arrived Monday, The ..per: tonA', ;"ob.car8: Ki V i :; :
i- return trip they were .eeompan1 -
*' trip from his home in Detroit.. Mlch.. .: .. ; : : :
led by who ha* large .
inkiest inWthis was mad in his Ford.," '- > L :
grove s vicinity Abbott: visited Fla. well curedwell>bale !J
f' Mrs. W. W. Angel of St. Cloud was X Jacksonville A. and Daytona.J.-J. Griffin DeLand : ;. ," ; J
a visitor in Klssimmee between trains >
Tuesday morning, while en route for and other--section on the East Coast the .
I, Orlando where she will visit her last week. sold returned in a,new to Timothy at half cost.Cu ,
Mr. Griffin to
daughter for several day Overland car by ,

Dr. and Mr*. E. V. Granger of Provo Capt. Harry Hunter. R. LI E N
idence, R. I., and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. The New Year' dancing party I
Loring of Plainsfleld N. Y., were a given at the Fireman.' Hall Monday 0
congenial party looking about the city evening WM a success In every detail.A Box 366 m
Tuesday. They were bound for fine four-piece orchestra supplieda
fampa. splendid program and those present
were hearty in their appreciation .
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bishop of New -
Haven Con, and A. II. James of Akron calling: for frequent encores. Punch .oO..O.O oooo..ooooo.o..o. .
served the evening
Ohio, were winter visitors spending : was through
sandwiches and cakes. Aboutseventyfive
'. several days in Kissimmee recently. -'
They stopped at the Manhattan I participated Jn this event COMING I
HoteL : and scores of onlookers. were present.

; Mr. and Mr*. J. C Dowding their Anyone interesting themselves In
: v- daughter Lot, and Mr. Dowding our soldier .boy on the Mexican border GRAYSTONE 'CA
: ., sister Mrs Laura Hand, were pleasant should not fall to seethe splendid .
: party visiting Tampa, St. Peter photograph of the "bunch" whichis ,
>4 r burg and Pass-a-Grille last week. on exhibition at the Moose Club. MONDAY JANUARY
They returned Friday. The picture Is 8x18 inches and show ,

1. Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Steinhau and all our loyal soldier to good advan . F
family have returned to their home in tag*. Beside the picture, the. Moose One ,Night Only :
Gainesville after a week' visit with. are proudly displaying several Urge : ,
which I'
. their old-time friend, Mr. and Mrs. Mexican border pennant, were V
, M. D. ,Alexander at their attractive received by them at the same time. The Great Western Comedy; Drama, !

V country home Just north of the city. by The the present men on were the made border to in the appreciation lodge A S TOLD IN THE'; H I l ; '
j j" Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hays of Spari of the fact that the Moose Club
i .'K tansburg. Ohio, greeted old. friend pay the lodge due of all its member by the : s
i ;. Tuesday/while, spending,several hour who are doing duty for. Uncle Sam on ;
l.r.* her. They have been' winterrei- the border 4' C. A. Phillips Dramatic' Co "
and _
;'.' dent of Kissimmee for five year, -
(( jf may return here later in.(he season. 'At; the re-organization of the Kissimmee Traveling in their own'private car. ; a
the following
Fir -
Let fill next order and :you, Department P
us :your .
V officer were namedChief.. 2S PEOPLE BAND AND '
will then know" that we are better'fitted .
t' | now than ever. before to .ears captain, assistant Wm. G.',Bradley Everett lieutenant Cornell t Ibis company has presented many good shows in' I i r
for order' W* ar. not looking '
(Albert Haling' president James.Godwin and made excellent record.
,for just one order from :you, but wish \ past, an
+" I ;; "'ee-J) .\deat. M.-E. Croxton;
:1. your business co. constantly.: secretary- Lupfer i .treasurer ,Julia Band Concert.:Main Street:; at Noon and in front ofc ,
.,,' Smith. 'Utebo,* enjoyed a social 7:30 the Concert Ba ad
: by Phillips
John A. Hoffman of Camden Ohio, feature In connection with their wrok at : p. m. .
. ,.r .I is spending the. winter, with his danjrhter. Tuesday,when.the'gave a .9 o'clock ,
.. Mr*. G F. Parker at Boggy oyater at Broadway Cafe, .
:'. Creek. Mr.'Huffman I. one of our' la honor rapper of Roy .Graves, a former PRICES, 25c, 50c AND
f ;, ,I.regular winter visitor and ha a member of. the company, who is .
"a' number friends ''who: are always home from the border on a furlough : ...
i '
: ..ed to him a cordial welcome. Jail. 9th and IOth Tuesday and "
: ; give Plate were laid for the -foU"tnlnt: ;
1'1'P, ."Mr*.'Alice .H.skle, grand worthy Roy- Grave, A.' Ruling,-J'-.Goodman, Chas. BeaU Present '
s Matron of, the Order of'the Eastern Everett Cornell, Nick Smith J. Smith, :
:i ,."' Star arrived from hei. me in Palat- R. Harmon, B.Barber T. J.. Shuman UND IN DANCING
, i i.i.(, ; ka :Thursday to exemplJCy" the work of S. 'Lupfer. W..a.. Bradley "and H.-- P. ; : ,:: '''?

,, ; ct.. ,.. the order before the loc.l.lod ..' She SuhL'' - ..'-red( Shows Wardrobe. . de" Juxe. 'You can't. V '
; was the geed of Mrs. J. E., Lupf.r ;
" r'j; and left 1'riday.for SU, Cloud.'Judge Yoei Neal a Oeaeiel J 7bdo PRICES, JOe AND 2Sc
,"," Haaldll accompanied her on the trip."' Take OrovV.' . .. .
.'.' .- January lath V" ....,.
The TetelessshUi ;, ,
OM 8tuaauc1. .. '
Russell 'TampaMonday * '
J" /Nelson' 'returned to . : .'
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I '... fter.spending a-weeks'. ya- ,Toolo i* equally valuable *__) -a "' CLEE'CLUB', - ; : :
<'. ,cation with'hi. mother. Mr*. E.. ,A. General Tonio becaaIt contain the .: ;"COLUMBIA COLLEGE.: ,COBqRWS':, ,, \ : ) ..
:Russell at. her attractive home on well known tomie ptopertfesoQUU4INB . ""' '" ;, .
Main *treet.MrCwRneH., iti a?.well- mad IRON. It act*'oar& *u-r. Drive Admi* ion:-.l5*, 25e33a'SOc.. ? '' 4f : ; .' '' .
,known Kissimmee boy, who baa been oat Malaria, Birfehe the*Blood and ; - a. >, thlrty-feuraera tract west city ' f?

rapidly- promoteduntIl. "'he now. holds. a !odds ap1ba. gV.joi.System: ...Gnat.. .I: '.' ..h .Ju ., '''OI .,... to t, through)the Nelson;Realty Company. to c Auburndal.. hub acbooC. ;, t-. .. . ..i, ,?..:.i'; ,

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New County )'Officials, GAINS TWENTY-- ,:, -CITY-- --'fATHERS.'MfElFOR n WNEN C ? 'NoT!! STOP f



u ( ,_ .. Tanlack; Changed M* From a' Nervotu -' _ ___ '. ., .I
J' Wreck to a Healthy; Wo...." The first meetine'of the new year m -

J?i COMMISSIONERS"AND'SCHOOL BOAJUS\vORGANI2E-; -.MACH MADE Says Mrs Borgia of with the much city t father interesting was business not fraught. d*. "Dtdsoi's. lint Tim" U Rtrates Ti store Here's, and my get Il"lJ&rllltee-Oo a 09 cent bottle to any of dm Dod*

CHAIRMAN. COUNTY SOLONS-PRINTING OF TAX LIST husband spite the fact that the session held Chi Year Lhiru _'. Liver Ton Take a spoonful and
IS GIVEN TO THE ST.. CLOUD TRIBUNE; "When I 'told my I wanted Tuesday night, at which all memberswere SlaWs if it doesn't straighten you right up

a bottle of Tanlack: he Mid,. "You present, was a rather lengthyone. < Ball and make :you feel HIM and rigorous I
}" might a* well throw your dollar out in Reports of officer* showed the want you to go back to the store sad

., . . '-'. also granted the Board the street, but U you want a bottle to city in a rather good condition from tTgli! Calomel make. you' sick. It'. get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
.... .... .. . ... . : request was a good start for the of calomel because
. '- - ,.< > lorriblcl Take a does of the'Jrug U destroying the tale
xe ' reserving the right to at any time nl- try it I will get you a bottle H. didret fief .
tonight and tomorrow losea it is real liver medicine entirely vcgetabls
MADE the nature of the meetings you may ;'
I it, and when I had'finished taking One of the important features of the day's work. therefore it can. not salivate or :
1 ;*> BY COUNTY BOARD to be conducted. I the went straight to the drugstoreand session was a report on the bulkhead; Calomel is or quicksilver make sick. \ J
{ mercury you
*i During the session a great deal
l .+ got another bottle for he saw proposition. The committee having which causes necrosis of' the bones.Calomel I guarantee that one spoonful of Dod-
t + John 8. Cadell, county attorney. *: business of a routine nature handle h_ wonderful good It had done me. was this in charge submitted the fact that when It come into contact:: son's Liver Tone will put your sluggish .
1M1 J., E. Bass, janitor courthouse + for consideration which was convinced it was a grand medicine, the surveying the sam had been with sour*.bile crashes Into it, Creaking liver td work and clean your bowel of 1 \
r + L. R. Farmer', general 'road supervisor. ** with promptness and dispatch. and was"'llad< to pay-out.another completed, and 'that estimates on the It up. This i. when you feel that awful that sour bile and constipated web

G. R. Burgin project would be submitted in a few nausea. and cramping If you are sluggish which is clogging system and making
"0. W. A.htonman.. .<
t, \ '* NEW YEAR USHEREDIN "Since I began taking Tanlack" cost when completed in the neighborhood liver it torpid and bowel constipated bottle you of Dodsra's Liver Tone will
,Drs J.*IJ.. Chunn', county physlJ *, continued Mrs. Burgin. "it looks like : of 9125,000. there being 700- or .you have headache, dizziness, coated keep your entire family fading fine for .

clan. t WITH NOISE AND every time I look in the mirror I am 000 cubic yards of dirt to be removd.Th. tongue if breath is bad or stomach sour, month Give I it children! It l.' -
heavier and- no wonder, for'I went fire department's report was just try a .poonful of harmless Dod_'. harmless) doeaa't gape and they like iWo
...O..O..O.OO. OOO. fro rnSO pounds to 10%-a gain of received and showed the Interesting Liver Ton tonight on my guarantee pleasant tel&I -.

Tuesday'was the day for the Indue'tton'lntp MANY GOOD WISHESOh twenty-three pounds. It took just five fact that during the year there were ,
of- bottles of Tanlack to -do this for me. twenty-six alarms with a total estimated -
office of the new county Besides it has changed me from a loss of 21,305. Two of these

'0 jflcial' and with simple ceremony sick rundown worn-out and nervous fires were of a suspicious nature.
these were placed in charge of the affairs no folks, all the noise you heardIn wreck into a healthy woman and I 'I I Recommendations were made by the i -

of Oicoola countyi- There were the wee sma' hours last Monday now feel like living. I fire laddies that Sam L. Lupfer be appointed I FASCINATING FLORIDA 'I

of in the morning was not the signal for a gen-' "Really I had gotten so weak I chief of the department; that
to except'
y. .rio change. speak eral conflagration, nor was it the echo couldn't:: hardly.lift a scuttle:: of coal'additional clothing and boots be -
6 Count Commissioners and School to the fireplace. My kidneys were all ished; that a fire station of brick.
Board. The official family is as fol- of the great war across the pond. It out of shape; I was too nervous to ing one of the paved streets be fUm-j The most wonderful and fascinating apples and breathe pure air; have a

Jpwsr H. I. Ingram, sheriff; John L. was just simply a 'demonstration of sleep and may stomach was all out of The recommendations were story of the ages is the history of dozen gardenia bushes in your front
bidding farewell to one of the mot'' order I was in this very condition future reference.J. Florida. Most people are familiar year; collect Indian relics -do a thou-
,'i Overstreet, clerk: of, the circuit court;iCJE. three long years. I was losing ground McPhatter addressed the solons with this Mecca for tourjsts"; with i is sand delightful things-but best of

''Yowen., 'Iuperlntendent of pub- succpseful'years the people- Kisslmm every day and lost, weight :until 'J In regard to the furnishing of camphor charming climate picturesque scenery all you can keep your health." People

liellnetrnetlonlDC."L* .-"Bandy,'tax j,collector ,. and and surrounding the' country in of have was almost a living skeleton I had and other shade trees to beautify world-renowned. bathing beaches, who want to live to the fullnesp of

; W. I. Barber, assessor; T. M. hew enjoyed with the welcoming hope that it will be a about despaired of ever seeing a well the streets. The street committee was various other alluring attractionsthe the outdoor life, the only productivelife
Murphy county Judge; W. B. Crawford year with than day again for no kind of medical [Instructed' to look into the matter and attractions and wonders that the life unhampered by rigorous < -
fraught more
prosecuting attorney--*ll of the prosperity treatment seemed to help matters in i see what could: be done. The same captivated William Jennings Bryan necessities and to be a part of a
The'nea Board year .just'closed. the least. I Thomas A. Edison Mrs. Potter Palmer great life teeming with beauty haveto
these were re-elected. The of this thriving Finally, got practically committee was also instructed to look
people com
of Ernest : 'I into Jack London Henry M. Flagler, go to Florida; you can send thema composed helpless."If complaints about bridges" in cer- ,
munity have lots to be thankful for to !
a Mach, chairman: E., L. D. Over- old '1916 and the "old boy" will long I anybody would have told me tain parts of the city said to be in unsafe Henry B. Plant Mark Twain. Side crate of oranges, but you can't sendthem <
street A. F. Ba..tD.'H. Guy,' W; F. be remembered., In appreciation despite there was a medicine on earth that: condition. The committee on Cowan and many other world.famous the Florida life. .
y and Walker would people. And another great asset of Florida
Walker. Messrs. !S..s increase my weight twenty- water works and lighting reported
the fact that of enterprising
being hold-overs. On the SchooJBoard citizens have some our for- 1 three pounds I would have thought progress in the matter of installingthe The writer has traveled quite extensively is her .oll-eul stream sediment deposited -
is found W. C. Bass W. R. Lanier great regard I them crazy but as sure as I am alive new water meters 185 of these throughout the United on a coral limestone I. the
those who enjoying
B.llden--Walter Bronson were pleasantdreams Tanlac did It for and State Canada and Mexico, but no land best combination possible. Florida
John H. today me- only are yet to be placed in position.
in the Land Nod hied themselves
and old could:: so longingly/ and beseechingly stand for quality in her fruits andf<
gk, J. S. Stratton, of the Board hence at the earliest hour of five bottles at that. The Christmas tree committee madean
., { being retired. the took of the sirenat "It looks like every day I am ., Interesting report on the recent haunt me, sleeping and waking, as vegetables-note the improvement in
r Hon. B.:"I.. Lesley,, the retiring morn and possession electric stronger and feel better. I have a public celebration setinr forth thesuccess Florida has done. Other things leave her citrus output the last few yearsit -
the water
I chairman of .the old Board of CountyCommissioners and succeeded In making a light noise plant that, good appetite, and enjoy everythingI of the undertaking and reporting me and other things change.. but Flor- is not one kind of orange, but a
has harness in I ida remains the same. For me its dozen kinds now, and always the Im-
been in I Before began taking Tanlsc a balance in the fund of over
heard far into the woods miles
r' + that for a period of twelve was the. Steam whistlesof 1 couldn't eat hardly anything with- ,10!). \ balmy airs are always: blowing; its provement has been in flavor; that's)
years during which: time he has made away all sizes city.and sounds out becoming:: nauseated. I'sleep J. M. Woodall. in charge: of the city summer seas flashing; in the sun, the what makes the Florida orange and

record for Osceola: county of which I pressed shapes into ,service bells were were, sound and am rid of the nervousness.My construction work was given police pulsing' of its surf-beats is in my grapefruit superior to all others. ...'
the taxpayers can point with pride. It and together with other; instrumentsof rung kidneys bother me no longer. To powers to be on duty certain portions: 'ear. "Florida is the charmed land of the
z is with regret that Mr. Lesley's pr racket the New Year usheredin tell you the truth, I don't feel like of the night for which he will receive I can see the most beautiful tree American continent. It has the most
veto interest compelled him to retire the same person at all since Tanlac COc per day additional to his salary.It growth in the world spread its branches restful and soothing climate of the
with much and
pomp "ceremony. to the sun; I can see its magnificent world. It is the garden spot of the-
from public service. R. V, Lanier has the hullaballoo fortha straightened me out. was reported that' there was an
certainly poured
-' served the for "Yes Tanlac is the medicine orange and grapefruit groves, nation the playground of the rich and
competently county; a :: greatest apparent shortage of wood In the
welcome the
most to 1917
'period of four years, while Mr. Tl" still hearty air. on :: on earth: said Mrs. Burgin's yards of the electric light and water Fruit and flower forever; where win- the paradise of the poor."-St. Petersburg -

a .' dall served for one term. E. L. D. There night were numerous instances father who entered the room during plant and to overcome this matter ter never enters and the last rose of Independent. t

Over street,.,one of the new members, where people aroused from their slumbers his daughter's conversation. "If you the committee in charge was instructedto summer is never seen) I can see its

has been on and off the Board of by the welcoming parties- could have seen my daughter before purchas efift ycords of wood and plumy palms drowsing by the shores; COMMUNITY FESTIVAL .....
Commissioners for th\ she Tanlac would have stored in the I can feel the spirit of its woodland
past twenty raging began taking you same yards in case the
thought attractions of
a conflagration was Among the Com- ,
solitudes I hear the splash of its ;
t' years;'and needs no introduction; A. not believe it was the same person of an ; can ..,.
in the and fire alarm emergency. Festival
city, a general I r Hv which in to be held"Msrch t..
brooks and in nostrils still lives
1+'.t Bass,. of St. Cloud has served six had been sounded and other who you see sitting there. She waslust Other minor matters were given my 1-6. is "The New York Artist {;'If
and is still In harness; W. F, amusing incidents were many noised about about played out. I just came by consideration, the Council taking an I I,the breath of flower. that perished 'I Trio and Betty Booker InternationjJ-t .

term < 'f, and holds over, while Rev. B. H. one'yet-has been found who thoughtthat lac was about out, I bought hre this next regular meeting in February. Florida invariably fascinates all visitor f ::1
'Guy ia just starting in to make a rec- th.'welcoming of the New Year bottle. If her appetite picks up much through the inherent native bo.I .- Visit cards the
'ord as a public: official. overdone. I more.she will come pretty near hating Among the visitors to the city this I pitality. They always seem aware of c : printed by ..
', The morning session of the County was us out of house and home. I guess she week was John H. Baisdenof Whittier 'I' the fact that Florida is the golden ley Gazette Job Department.

Commissioners Tuesdaywas taken up DEATH OF MRS. 8. T. TYNER has starved long.enough and It does who is prominent in school af land of warmth and abundance. Theyare I
1 ,with closing the affairs ? of tho r' ;old me a lot of good to see her eat so fairs. He was accompanied by his men and women Who; acted on
,Board and immediately after the noon Mra.S.. T. Tyner a 77 died last heartily." son, G. B., Baisden., .. their initiative in quitting the less "
hour the new set of officials were Sunday night after a lingering illness. Tanlac is sold Is Kissimmee exclusively productive north and have adopted the s PILLS '

placed in charge, the ,"...t act being The funeral was held at the Shingle by 3..' Z. Roberson hi St Cloud I Judge S.'D. Decker of St.-Clo J ">as Land of'Flowers for their own; they i vmg.ur.sspa..a.aa.w Jl.
the selection of Ernest Mach as chair Creek church: last Monday afternoon, by Seminole Pharmacy in Kenanv In Kissimmee Monday, looking;' after have done what thousands. of others : -"ltr:: I
manafter which a recess ,was takentmtiiWedn.sday.moming. being conducted,by: Rev. W.'J.Austin yille by'Philips i Bros.Adv.Starting I legal business. ss, \ would like to do. I 1H'llr :-:4 ..d ..__... O .
\'i .
:. " ,*v" The grave was coveredwith beautiful : )0..1 ;. )It j : K j H4 ..' Soda Cowan, the p aywriJa'ty..: ... $., .0 11_ ,
floral! tribute from friends here ... .:
'" -4- and t'Avt.
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., ;1" 'J" \ -. "Florida ia the best place in the world : rIJey "
at Kissimmee. 4
"' AI "
to live in., You can ride horseback,I "__ .. ..
Wednesday's! Session Mrs. Tyner had been' ill for some Build Church BY DRUGGISTS '
,The Board was 'called to order at Lime and little hope was entertainedfor Baptists to $15,000 ; I I, swim grow. orchards bananas, pine- EVEKYWia&(

9 o'clock by Chairman Mach, and i her recovery. While her death *
after a brief conference it was decided was not altogether unexpected the Work to Commence 'Very ShortlYI c. A. CARSON.. President N. C BRYAN. Secretary.
44 to 'go'Into wexecutive' session.1 The I sad new.*brought much grief to the

members retired to an. ante room tommunity.
? and after being closeted for half an The deceased was Miss Martha
hour resumed the open session. Anne and was loved by all who knew the New Year with a spiritof report was made at the evening service The Waters & Carson

Immediately) after taking their her. She was married te S. T. Tynern great enterprise the members of and accepted by the church body
: the 1862. To this union were which assured the erection:: of the
u places, the following appointmentswere year the First Baptist Church bave decidedto .
Sorn nine children, three of whom building.The
announced: John S. Cadell- attorney -
c for the Board; J..E. B.... jani !have passed on to the Treat beyond. erect a handsome brick edifice to plans, which:: have been on display -
tor for the courthouse; L. R. Farmer, She was a member of the Methodist cost in the neighborhood of ;15,000, in the office of Senator Carson, Grocery Company

general road supervisor G. W. Ash- church here for a number of years and and which when completed, will be show a most imposing structure, to be
I grading{ with God's help could face death built of brick the style of architecture -
ton, manager road ; Dr J. D. one of the most imposing houses of
. bravely. being of the latest mode in ..
-Chunn H. Stanford "' before Besides her brothers and sisters worship to be found anywhere In ,church building. Aside from the commodious -
C, appeared the Wholesale and Retail Dealers inQROCERIES
st Board and thanked them for .. and a host of friends she leaves to Florida. The old structure corner of and well arranged auditorium -
istanc rendered in furnishing labor; mourn her loss her husband, S. T. Church and Sproule streets, will be there will be twenty class rooms,

r to get the Fair grounds and roads Tyner; five, daughters Mrs. W. E. razed within a short time and it is ex- a pastor's study, kitchen and many :
leading thereto in good condition. Keen Mrs. Walter Bronson Mrs. that work on the new church other additions which go to make up a j
Residents of the St. Cloud district W. O. Bronson Mrs. Art Bronson building will be commenced, within first-class and modern building of this .
brought matter to the Commissioner's and one son F. H. Tyner. the next few weeks. nature. There will also be a large
attention which they asked to be The. sympathy of the entire community The membership of the Baptist balcony around which will also be :1.,

given consideration Max P. Morita is extended to the sorrowing church has been considering this step class: rooms. Much:: attention will be > 44 4> 4> 4> 4> 4> > 4> 4> 4> > 0 0 . . . . 000 4 ;. .
and W. B. Harris, of the Valley Ga- family. for some time, and through the good given to the Sunday school. feature > 4> JS
i work of Senator C. A. Carson chair- which is considered now by architectsto
addressed the members in --
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cette regard ---
4' WE SELL 0 *
to the county printing which No. St.8TATB. man of the board of deacons, assistedby be one of the most Important and >
matter was then laid over until the R.rt .. t.. C..dltl.a .. t.. the entire board and last but not the plans were drawn in such a manner 0 HAT e .
afternoon ....ion. BANK OF KISSIMMBR. least the good women of the congregation that there will be great accommodations :: . "
11; Recess taken for dinner after .t KlralMBM. !. the Stat .f Florida, as well as the efficient and for the school feature. Within HIDES : ,.
h was at t.. .!_ .. ....._ 0.-. painstaking pastor Rev. O. B. Falls, the next few weeks, when work will GRAIN o 4
which several hours taken in
were up e..b.r _.. lore.Rea..rees FURS .
the the building is now an assured fact.:: be started, it will be our pleasure to .
the for
drawing next term
It is a step in the right direction and give a detailed description of the FERTILIZERS 4' ,
of The matter of .
court. county printing
Loans on real estate______$ (t.00&.00 demonstrates the enterprise of the building) which is impossible at this WOOL .
was again taken up, and upon motion t''rorh: collateral security: Baptists, their public spiritedness and time. Bids will now be asked for, and SHINGLES '
\Commissioner" Bass of St. I ral estate110,000.00
All bther loan. and discount 1S8.T48.XO their belief in the future' of Klssim- it ''will be only a ;hatter of a few AND .- >.
Cloud, seconded by Mr. Walker of Overdrafts __ _____.......... 2..0 mee, without doubt the most hustling weeks before the work of construction ORANGE BOXES. ..
;Bu- t. the vote being BaA Lax Walker United 8ta.te bond......... 1.000.0 and most beautiful city of its sice any- will begin. + ALL ....
and Overstreet list Other Vonda
was awarded the St.delinquent Cloud Tribune the Banklnr .;> fur.ltur.and ; J.7SO.O where in the State. The board of deacons who :have . ORANGE WRAPS '
/ ; fixture _____--?--.. ,.17..1' Following: the morning service la.tSundaY' worked unremittingly on this important + COUNTRY ,' "n
Valley Gazette being given the miscellaneous Other Real E.tat.-------- 7.00.01 ,I .'
for time is CRATES
a meeting was held by a com- matter, some com-
.. work. .The remainder of Claims and other resource
the session was taken with routinebusiness. A. d i* Ry. CCo.683.61 mittee of twenty-five. who had been posed of the'following prominent\ citlcens PRODUCE. "I
," up Du from Incorporated banks 1047.0f Instructed to look into the advisabilityof : Hon. C. A. Canon chairman; CRATE NAILS '
t CheCk. and_ exchanges forclearing erectign a new edifice. Plans were N. C. Bryan J. M. Willson, C. J. 4> :'

SCHOOL Cash an hand -:.::=:::::: !2,111.11110: !! pre..nted..nd carefully gone over Woodall, J. M. Wilder W.- H. ,Jones, . . . . . . . . + 4> > .4> 4> 4> 4.4> 4.4> + 4> 4> +'*>,
T MEETING OF BOARD County _and city warrants___ 1I.MI.1* with and after deliberation the plansof M. J. Hicks, A. S. Gilbert, J. D. Jef .

'.'. view Members Take-Seats and" Spend Total .- ___-,____________1..0.4..04 Architect A. J. Poteat of Lakeland fords J. :M. Hanswell.G. W. Fox. Officers We leD field and garden seeds of all*sds.
were and it was: decided to of the church: Rev: O. B. Falls -I
4 Day Transacting Routine LtaMUtlee proceed should membership agree pastor} (J. W. Wilder, clerk;; Canon Wi !give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties. '
*-*** -. Capital stock pa4d 1A-=.......l O.O a.OO decision Farmer treasurer. Free delivery in city limits. Thon No.
.* "D....... Rurnlua fund 1500000 to the of the committee. The ,. 12. ;
> ,,,, ._, -' --
- Undivided,; profits (!... > W for
an county agents good fertilizer Ask us for circular and prlw
; of'th first, : p ns.a and taxes paid)._._ 1.I49.SS - - - - ..
) farbfizer.
.kCount School Board waii'theeggraantJ Individual check _deposit_____._ _subjectto ___i__ llt.t70.KT CLARK HOWELL HAS Mexico from' $20 to S30: a '''cargo in .
trig of a request from Rev. O. B. Fall., Tim. Certificate. 41.481.1S a cargo being in the neighborhood -
.lif.rtf ':pastor j of the First--Baptist Church, Certified Cashier's Cheeks cheeks _outstanding__,______. S.4SJ.OJ.,G.40 INTERESTING MEXICAN CURIO oaf 400 pounds. \ I'
-U I who beaded a. committee for the u.* gavlnrt deposits .. ... ll.liK.61 8ugese
..'#'L y tlf the .High School auditorium for Bills payable __._..-._..-...-?.. 4l.000.llO Clark Howell one of the leading PROMINENT SOUTH DAKOTAN [ C. Bryan Pra. A. ". Bryas Vice Pres. P. II'. .Weaver, Set'y lreas ,
Notes and bill. ?
redlscounted 11.0UO.U4"
the i purpose of holding services dnrv All other liabllltls-.colleetlone truckers' of this section, has in his VALLEY 'GAZETTE
Ing the time the nw church building on'' band -i__u.._... 71.00 possession quite a souvenir from 'the k PRAISES i .
J "will bein. 'course of construction
war-tom eounUyof.Mexioo which he '
;Member( composing the Board are W. I'J'otato--L-.i; -._ t 0,4i..4 Is showing to J 'frienda, ,consisting Dr., C. P'Shreve, 'who :for one j

[F C;, Ban, chairman; 'John H. ,,Baisden Btat ef Florida. eta large "horn'I iof 'solid brown winter was, arvisitor kissimmeei, "
:and W. .. Lanier.v'Another'.committee. ', ': : County, of O* eol*.': ..} c sugar._ Prom its J It-might and now a prominent-cltizen of Conde ,
L Rom : &flbla. r appearance .
y; Thomas.; of' the
of eittiens.'th this
/ aboT.-named bank, do aol.mnlr swear be mistaken for some sort at Greaser S .p.'writs pap.ran interestingand .
mlfTTfgl for whomwas; J, M. WiU-: that tli* above statement Is true to the ammunition, but fears along that line appreciative letter'enclosing: a c
___.t suo.arsd i before,the Board> and best .o< my knowledge and belief. are soon dispelled when one Is handed check: for two years'-subscription in
diVnKrtlM use of the High f School Corret-Atte.ti THOMAB. Cashier. a piece-of the product and advance. Closing the letter Dr. Shreve B yan"ij JtY. Corn .

'asUtorinsa f.educational and civic '\' 'A ,CA B,801 .; of it* sweetness.// '' partakes.; writes i"I think"the Kissbnmee..Valley P "Y'I.
it Ms* the InUntioa-to.hold ., Gazette .la the beat weekly .
** ; -> llt' 'WTha..aouvssdrr<.was brought-to-.K1- paper ;.,r' "
,;A I tsetarM and meetings, on o'i' Directors. simmer by a daughter of Mr., Howell published .anywhere.; In my officether ::'hH'GRAYSrON. C SINO.t: : '' . '

= Ind' wsndas jtldti.,NbedlanAfwora''to' bstgroml. Mrs. Mary f Hancock: of ;Tampieo, are,'..1IftII '\\a doun )or. morefarmers" 1 ,"'" .. r' .J2 "':; .1'I:, ) ) ,. '..- ').' .
'" $t th. =S th Ist.dar *!f Jani&ia ry7L ..;...;, .'- Mexv whe U Visiting< relatives in thissection : and It ia often the case that f 1 ..... .'

j.i .. JW'OM' pisos to lib tAftII' otafy puDlleStat. 'i.F lorld'a'; for some .time.. The' sugar.whica.UtsaJd they, get.and read the paper.befJre I ..I.. ,J; .. '

;. ,..... > .. full ...tJ1rIJf"oava.. '-1.--' a...... 1a,.. ....Jaae. 5,41517.Iett . :: jW rJMi.'of'good.qniBty; get .a the chance coarse to :..of. It hi.myself.writing"WIn ;" Br::'.. I ;;.J ...\a i'!- ):: .i2i :,7p; /$ ",;", "" "I, ( \.0\"\'" JJ':fiht -

A'T ecHbbfTtabVrIOir fast6ils IY UM Mat ilAl tlbO iM wish Shrwvi to taks be back voccasloft': in Florida' t4 f express, aaytnc 1 j| ; :! 1. 'Y : r. '. ,..{ ;), J' ".,)' .

The'quarterly convention of,the Kla* + b teal. .east. that Mr is fearfvliy add wbm he A& .' ," .i w.May Two rr N 7[
...... aim i Su CiIiIIe agates, ,Gllatfy.:... N ," M ...... '...... ... '
." be sly School ..... .... .. ----- 11.......' ;,< w Ad ....r.

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+M ,j,;"':: > of! them-raves, ay 'i .7 ilyedJ;.-'The. 'MeClflued. i' 4
. a '
r Full} Straight hTt8Sf aLeadTo 1 My,wu father Ponderosa.selected, my. :' tenth-acre; _. Chronic;: Catarrh ,is I "Curable

? plot which I' tomatoes. in. """" .... ..rrdaMtr;
Silhouette planted my Mw.taIssykwI.a- j o
! CRRSO ,. Narrower r I transplanted 188 plants. My toma- .'... {M CIIe.... pee.
RRJi1 I'' .""I.I--"'" /r
: : toes were planted between'the orange "E :::, Owl.rtwlU..u'.si/e'r'A.lf..l.lra.' '

. '(Special Correspondence) On- .. "backgrounds. White 'and It rees.was rich.oj.The land*was ,selected because ,..aast--.:.:':::: .aN _--I. ,:r... ....tlqPERUNA'HazHelpedThotlaalidsI

Fashion continues In' of.traJght colored beads are used most cffectivey. tomatoes were housE :, '
My the
SELLS' ways I : : near ,, :
and unabated fullness. Skirts The white chalk beads on and I could to hoe .
1, fall in soft clinging folds, so muchso atlns and".silks form very handsome them. :.1 planted easily them sro In hilts or and water puta 4 h .a.os..,....... Tin voluntary.tL.tls..y ei.tAeww.d._.
colorsarranged YLIW.ash.t r- ,
of various ..
. 'Fire| ,, ,Life,, Ajpcidcnt: 'and that silhouette the tendency,becomes toward the narrower designs Beads to' 'Imitate .the My pail tomatoes of fertilizer crew In'each tall and hilL fine.:. I I :,irIl.; Wpe "t,!r.!. .,.hs.builds.. #

ant though we need not yet anticipate Paisley effect is one of the newest de- had transplant two or three times !................t.111.Ir i eWrrai 'IiIMlt I

Health, .Plate Glass, Liar I the very narrow skirt. devolpments in''color bead'work.combinations.. Other on account of frost killing them. 'na Utbi vitality-I*{I,._'___"' _
I. attractive are
'' It is already rumored, however, very I, pruned and staked my tomatoes, '- I'' r I. _,.
, also seen such asdull blue, old rose a ..ara..u+'+r+ .....18 Md.a oast .
"I bilitjfandBoilerinsurance.Legal that skirts tat spring will be two and took,the best care of them., ar..w. e..l it :=rI /ail.SsssiiiSSSailieiSIm
\ and two and a half yards wide., But and brown on light tan backgrounds.also I noticed that something was eating I rt"P': =U.r'.tJ: Dp.rtpi..twlAb. '
from Paris
,', Bonds' Executed I it is really looking 'a little '. too far Recent costumes .. my plants .and I looked all over them I tM?_**".>-_tin.u_
how that machine stitching a veryirominenf gS I ... .
% i ahead to be thinking of spring styles and found email: worms on the Tines > ITM., -4
form of trimming. Sy 5mJ5SSVv *
:, already. At, skirts are still atotheedges and in the tomatoes. I finally rot
It: Same Day ,Needed. 'f very ample. pre.entf eat.' and, side upon rows of stitching are used theM alb killed but after they were .THE PERUNA CO.CUl uJK..0..
and collar and cuffs.The
of coats
on .
.. pleats are very freely ..usedand thismeans stitching is often done in silk of a gone' large green ones got on, the ... .., .-.. - '-' ,"-,--,, ... We:/'
deal of materiale vines and ate leaves
that a good it is the ; so, as often
used dress skirt The pleatshanf darker shade than the'material .s I could, I took stick and killed
in a or a
OFFICE Stall Back :
,, : Building in straight lines,, generally un. need on,' and .sometimes. ,in the same them but I'couldn't,find all of them. STATE,CATTLE QUARANTINE : \;

j>, stitched, while in,some cases they are ihade.. Pockets Still Persist My'tomatoes were sprayed once .; .i't.i.r; ,: ; ; ; + '.i ;',
1f' . stitched as far as.the hips and below with' pyrex but the weather was 10Jiot Noticeof : ; ; ",
that point are pressed into position. When{ we 'consider the traditional they dried up after being sprayed.I . , QaarsjsJiM ad!. &. ,j'1
fickleness of Fashion, It. seems as' gathered my tomatoes six or seven lishHesi. 'if..Tkk'EraificaHosi:' ,
: Tiff; FIORIDAMETM.PRODUcisCap ( though the life of the pocket has been times between June.25 and July: 15. 1 : ,
MANUFACTURE very long. Indeed; but'the pocket still didn't get to sell any of them but I the I Couaty''if"Meare.,
I flourishes on suits, coats and dresses made them into tomato relish. '
SUto .f Florida jy
It(,;1( METAL I and shown not the,allghte.t signs of I watered my tomatoes every other
becoming extinct. The latest development evening and kept them alive until it ,
.. ', CEILINGS Tn this line is the long loop- rained. I didn't get a large crop off In accordance and b''
l like pocket placed over the hips and i' my plants on account of dry weather. Chapter 4693 Act of 1899'and"Tick".t) '
CUIVERTS.SHIKGIES standing away from the skirt. The I grew some peas for home use, and ter 6434, No. 14, authorising 'i
AND OTHER smart afternoon; dress of black satin II.planted beans and okra but the rabbits trol suppression ; ; ;
.. shown In the sketch illustrates this ate the beans as soon as they contagious an dinfectlous ,
"SHEET METAL type of pocket also the new tie-on came up .and the okra died. live,'stock In' the State of I .,{
L collar which crosses in front and ties I put my canned and preserved notice it hereby given that i -2.
1'M. BUILDING AMATERIAl tti at the back,'somewhat like the tie-on products rn glass. I, preserved a few county State'. of .Florida,.. !.', "
!. . _, umpers. The long loop pocket Is nsu- melons and canned some guavas and tined, and the work of tick }'J,
WRIT TODAY AND SPECIALQUOTATIONS' erries. I seeded some guavas for the tion established.: Cattle Inf
w TOR CATAl.GVU" Canning Club exhibit. t.
or expose<< -to the Southern
t JACKSONVILLE .. .. .._.tLA.t Miss Smith taught me how to make Fever Tick (Margaropus ...
the emblem for my apron. ,disseminates the cause of ,' '
i \ We always had a good time at our "Sp eD4tic.! "' ."Texas," ,,or'
t; ,., club meetings. Miss Smith served ice _.. ?..'

MUSTANGI cream to us once and taught us how to .............. ..........- ..... ....... ..................... ............... _. - - - - - - - . - -
I make raffia liaali t.: ,..,... . .. "' ''..""........!" !.. '.!' !eeeeOea, .
I have learned how to can beans M'
Sprains, Lameness, and cook cabbage, and I have used

\. Sores. Cuts Rheumatism I the club's gathered recipe twenty-four for cooking_ pounds rice.I of i Cold Storage for FresK. ,Meats I '

\\1. :. Penetrate and HeaU. tomatoes from my vines..' We used at .K .
4 W--
home all of the vegetables I raised. >
Stops Pain At Once We have canned fifty gallons of ber : Storage Rate Beginning DecemberItti.; : t If
Fox Man and Beast ies and sixty.gallons of guavas and '"

.: 25c.SOc$t. At All Dealers have made a lot of Jelly. : Storage all Meats, 1-2 cent pound Fifteen Day,:, '. $ :
The club work has taught howto
me ,
; garden, give the proper attentionto : Curing' Pork ready for smoking-1 'l-2c.' per' pound,, *

LINIMENTRESIDENCE tomatoes, can fruits make pre- Twenty, Days.- ','.," ' '' %,, ;,
e uac.LtBlack serves, and make jellies. / -
I ,: Curing .and. :Smoking., Twenty-fire. Days'2c,per pound. .". W
.;! -,- -i 'J' -1 1:"
BY LOUISE JONES : .' .., . I, )

t first I joined became the interested Canning Club in Vhat because Miss I : Bring us your hogs .the day,they are killed.r' *We will do ?

Annie Carson told the girls about I> ,
FOR SALEMy the rest.' v *. # ,
: making money and about learning .
Satin Dress With Tie-On Collar ", .
residence, 318 Church street. how to can things to help their moth- ,,
and Loop Pockets ers. So I thought would join the '
Eight rooms. All modern Improvement -
," The gradual lengthening of skirts Canning Club.I KISSIMMEE COO' : J
*, Double garage. E ICE & STORAGECO.4 : :
that has come with the vogue for had only tomatoes in my garden, ",. _
o'', Terms if desired. straighter lines is noticeable In many I and they were very pretty when they -i f .
1' 49-tf JAMES W. LILLY.WANTED. dresses have not; but taken women readily, on to the the longer whole, were J had rows twenty-five fee 1 long ... ......................<..4* *. tf...... *.........'

skirts and the short skirt for street m Yoc4 and there were three rowsjn my seedbed. :: / .

cosumes is still favored by a great Where the''I side planted of the my house tomatoeswas on .t'.............. ............1i./ ..'............ ..'RtRs ;
many. A long street Is really not near ",I .' '..
graceful in a tailored suit and new land, and very rich soil. My

t AT HIGHEST PRICES women are styles not so willing readily.In \ to. sacrifice becoming father selected said it the was piece good pf soil.I .land. because S, S, GRIfFIN BU'ySAND' ; -LSftEAl.ESTATE':, } "

-- it the only olace father could
(ILI"'r.l Ordl.t) however afternoon, the longer and skirt evening is not dresses at all Sm.rfor\; Sports or Daily Use spare to me.oM'y father first hoed it. ,A SPECIAL ATTRACnOJJ h Is,700'aeres( of,IlIGH-CLASS: .CTT- :;

Goon Hides, Skunk ungraceful. Some afternoon and evening ally made of a color which contrasts ,and then I fixed .\my hills and then RUS LAND southeast of DIe Lak. Apopka and neat brick road.Thl. .
Fox Hides dresses show slight variations with the dress, or else it. la qf the peed water in them and planted my -
Hides, from the straight lines. The Turkish same material, but its presence fs emphasized . load bas TWO MJLEa'pF': LAKE. 'ISaOR Its sc. n ry, ,'
,d- Opossum Hides, Otter trouser effect and draped skirt come by some trimmings in bright I had to water my. plants every day ideal ( u
idesDo.'t from Paris as a departure from the silk embroidery orin beads. Or. if it when it did not rain; and when there etc,, make .it for "country tomes.. ....,'.; ., e N,
r." extremely straight.hanging and sling is made of the same material it is was a frost I had to' cover up my Win) sell:'aU,,oa'pirLw c< ". v' '" "
Sell ing effects. simply lined with a contrasting color. plants.I .
Fv ,
Without Skowiaf t.
; Full overskirts are also much used< The Pinched-Back'Coat planted'my tomatoes in hot beds. Also flrst- lass building lots' In*;Orlando and Apepks, */
W. B. MAKINSON CO. for evening, fashioned of soft silk with the pinched I did not transplant my plants, because f\ ' ".,*" '" 1
combinations occur very often in even- Hiplength'coats I had to move way before I set ORLANDOOFFICE( ; la Orlando and Trust' Conpaay ..i
ing gowns.- Black net worked up with effect at the back and a straight front them out.Father.' Bank.: ; ;

white beads over a .white satin foundation are very smart for the serviceablesuit. hoed my tomatoes early: one : BaaIIdIq:, ':r" "J'r' .' r
The back (Is belted with rather .. .,, .. .
is' one ,of the striking ,combina a morning.- I did not prune or stake my ; ., -" "
tions' used by an expert French 'de. wide belt stitched down over' short bother. Insects or diseases did not KISSIMMEE:'OFFICES In Griffin's'Cfarmge r,B-ll}rPoiwiel Are." ; ;
; which the :
pleats, produces pinched my plants : ' . :7-- ,
signer.! A sash of black satin forms a > ;. I. **<-' > r-
'SAWMILL? wide girdle-which, is :weighted at the effect. With skirt this type makes of coat excellent the full I used. one-fourth. of a load of cow- ... .t .. .. ..! ... ... .. .......
,, ends'by' heavy' black and white bead box-pleated an pen fertilizer on,them. I put in the '
tassels. costume In mannish mixtures and seed bed before I,, planted my I se d. ,' ).
I . .
'MACHINERY1 jersey cloth these suits are worn for The.cost of my work was $1.30-for ". ': ... '.- I. ' .
Bead Embroidery Very Prominent shopping, sports and for practical u.,. work alone. -1- .
AND Bead embroidery is a strong rival The sketch illustrates one of these We had a.good time when we had
ALL SUPPLIES just now of the darned-stitch em- jaunty suits in bright green jersey our club meetings (at the school- ,
broidery. worked In silk and worsted. cloth. house) last year. IVIav Lumber Co.

Write For Price 34 And 1 The club work has helped me in
k showing rae how to have a tomato ouooeseoRS: TO MAy-srour LUMMM oo.'} '
Catalogue garden. It has showed me how to ,
11 Told By Girls Of Osceola Canning ClubsTen I work my garden how to make my DEALERS IN
plants grow, and how to work th"m.
and how to, keep grass and weeds YELLOW 'PINE. :AND CYPRESS ,

from among them.I .
o f the stories written by Osce- Canning Club: Mica! Carson came out canned 18 jars of guavas and 3 .
ola County Canning Club Girl!?!', descriptive to our school and told us l'ow'other jars of juice and 38 glasses of jelly. LUMBER I

of their work during girls joined the club, and got us interested ,
1916 hvae been published in the Valley in it. Novelty Works in Connection
l Gazette. Two more (those of '(;
I first planted my seed in boxes.
Eunice Milar and Louise Jones, both It is oar pleasure to fire yon estimates at aO tk c. ,
of Center. Park); ara printed today. The firs} ones I planted, the frost! .i 1
Based On Evidence Of Kiselmmro
City Market -- came unexpectedly and killed them; I'eople. Courteous Attention sad Prompt Delivery'w
BY EUMCE MILAR but the next ones I planted came up .f...- \
How I became a, member of the nicely, and the frost just, bit the tops Grateful thousands tell It- Phone 21 Kissimmcc; Fla.ff .r.

Of weak backs made strong *
Fresh Florida and Of weak made well- I,
MID-WINTER IDEAS FOR THE HOME DRESSMAKER Urinary disorders kidneys corrected. -- .-n. --A'-.. "' 1IIn. .. -A........ .. -fII. .. -..,., ... -....11.. .. .
Kissimmee people add their test!- .
Western Meats mony. '
They praise Doan's Kidney Pills. I
The McCall Kissimmee evidence is now com-
of all kinds. plete. n

r Book of Reports Kissimmee of testimony early relief is confirmed.substanti R. S. FLOYD .

{ Phone your orders ated.Merit doubly proved by teat of time. Dealer In j ,.

..FashionsWliterjjQnarterly Let a Kissimmee citizen speak.J. .
and theywill E. Bags, Sr., Bermuda Ave., 'I wI
'" ;: Kissimmee, says: "I suffered from Groceries Hay Grain and Feed
be promptly kidney trouble for several years and ,
'; had a lame and aching back. Doan's

". I delivered. Beavtlfvl ...1_. Kidney Pills rid me of kidney trouble Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave.
w..tratld f. tae and backache.1!(Statement given Feb- '
wart rich _!__ ruary 22 1911.) II
( '.y._. by fa...... Over three years later, Mr. Bass Try Us on Your Next Order For Feed 1) 41
Phone 44 f.r _I.wl.t.r.T" said: "Since using Doan's Kidney
I _..t .tt....- Pills, I have never had a. symptom of .. !
1 "
tlr variety .' kidney trouble. .
..._.... .t71. Price, 60c; at all dealers. Don't ,
.... ask for ,.\ .
simply a kidney remedy-get \
.. --"".".. I. ".7 Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that''...... ...... . .0.. .........................., .. .... .. ,
Mr. Bass has twice 15 \1'
publicly recom-

1 NOW ON ALE mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., INSURANCE l REAL .1: '
Buffalo N. Y. ESTATE. !;
., 'Ask Your Grocer The McCall ;
'1'.1 F.-C. Orcntt and wife and Mr. and '
Insure Life Health
Mrs. Samuel E. Nyce, all tr01lZepll11'hill. \ Let us your your your Property ; .l.
Winter' Book spend several., arrived days looking Thursday aboutJhecity. '. to Information"" in regard to property for- ,; ;$. \ /t:

They. were guests at the LincolnHouse. safe and rent'cheerfully,given ,. ; .,,
: of fashions '
s In addition to fifteen other good companies,.we.. 4 -

'. me. tii:c,.20". Lame, cold back settled'may in come the from'muscles overwork of .r ,:rnowrepresenttheAwellJk; : r. \ :

I kcc.D Pia....;..7Si9, Mn 1'.itrli N..i491'" h M u Ja the back or from disease, In the two iOM) 'PiRI J NSURAI CECO'tit; ;Neti "York\
; T....xr.Dnlca No.401 Tnuu r De*l.a No.rte former '''cases the right remedy ,>IsBalla.rd's 1 t.. : :

'. :r1.olda3i' .'FREE. COUPON. for yow'choice; .. .of. ,' sir *'-:...ALL...PATTERN,.. ., : rubbed] In Snow thoroughly Liniment.over., .;It the should affected be .;. k,a Ta v 49#r'". '' :BiI.JIJI: ; x'''i

.. Best by Every '/ -f' part; the Tellef will be'- prompt and Second flooiEitizen&Bank'Bfdg.. : \, ICrma't: :n. UfdW ;
f- ,"'-i*> Itt'"y y" h'/AL"'i :,Gp.,,. EaT..>.......,,:.)t.> .....;.."..." ;XlSSIMJlIIP.,,_.. .. ... .o'. ,'FL..... A... ....,. __ Ad satisfactory. ., PrIce 25e Oo"&DeI fl.OO. ..------4 j... \-o
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r that rather blend into mine, yet wouldof FEVERISH CONSTIPATEDLook ,':
themselves afford'a life work for I W.C.T.U.COLUMN ] ,

This Is Just To Let You.'Know -= avery If there energetic is any person"depreciation"' 'in cleanse Mother little! If bowels' to rue with I."Cali coated. ,:i

my answers to questions on ornament. The next,meeting of the Frances of ." J'
in Kisaimmee 'Daiin Avenue ATIO ale it is of knowledge not of the : fornia Syrup ,rigs :
that we, have opened-an office, on my Willard Union will be held Friday, ., '

1 'where we will do general real estate business.' I 4 ,subject itself,, Jan\Jary'12, 3 p.'m. Owing to the Inability Mother can rest easy after giving 1---: :

*We have facilities for handling large or small acreage, homes, GROVE I The Pecan; Belt"Your of the corresponding secretary "California Syrup) of Figs" because waste in ':.!""rI:;

rentals,, etc.. I GARDEN ':& FIELD' recent mention ,of the pecan 'to 'be present at the last two meetings a few hours nil the clogged-up food gently;, ,

For t quick returns Hit your properties 'with us as our northern office belt leads me to ask\ just how far reports have been omitted. sour bile and of fermenting the bowels and you. ,, ,
out ,
south be" to becommercially'profitable Debate moves
a can expected with interests
touch with buyers. QUESTIONS AMSWPRBD' .IMMEDIATELY pecan liquor may '
is in conttant here In Florida be arranged." have a well playful l again. t
SEE ANYWAY., MM. N M C.P/unoe DBP Mom ? Acting upon <.the suggestion contained '. Sick children needn't be coaxed laxative." ;'
h M. G. KIBBE A CO. Wiuofc ITooMEK FERTIIIZBK CoMMNt Answer We will quote from Florida in a letter from the Manufacturers Millions take this of mothers harmless keep it handy be'I,
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Experiment Station Bulletin No. &: Dealers Association the National
l ,', Chicago. fGssimmee. Orange Center. .. I 85: general.officers are considering cause they liver know and its bowels action is prompt on the I
"The pecan may be and practically arranging a debate between representatives stomach, '
y, !.o .. ..o.oo.o.oooooo.o.oot. oootooo..o oo.o o..o o 4 I Caustic Fertilizer is grown in all sections of the State of the National W. C. T .U. and sure 50centbottle

I'.'. I want a quick-acting fertilizer thatI wherever soil conditions are found to and th& liquor organization. Further Ask your druggist for a of Figs,"
can scatter over my asparagus ferns be satisfactory. Its culture however announcement will be given later, of "California Syrup
for babies
'that will not burn the plants. I have should not be attempted in the southern also the letter from the I liquor organization which contains directions ,
used nitrate of soda with more or less portion of the State much If any requesting a debate. children of all ages and for grown- ......'.

!?T Three Fine Shrubbery CollectionsIteavtirruul burning resulting.' How. would sulphate below 28 degrees latitude. Success ups."I' .

of ammonia dot! would at bet be questionable. Itmipht Job printing of many kinds is done,
the b_. Imrrmmtn Its ...1.. M .rs .wl7t Aiv'er, There 4s no quick actingfeltiFer .''d in the elevated .o+:
I : portionsof
, : rucce
and done O
small raft Theaa help malts fours a ..howpisee.I' well at the office of the i dP:4ti { d fi4C'S"vvS P6'sti''r4: SSGwM It
a material that you can ar'r.JY Polk and Hillsborough\ counties
COLLE'TION-ralma..hroha, fruits ate., I Valley Gazette
Rita !) ,
1\ .. as you describevir.h.out. more or but it is uncertain." ;
piece.. la 1>1.. Uo, 1..60. Worth *B.
ROYAl, COI.LErTION-.I... ......... lirnh.., fniltn. danger of burning. Fertilizer: applied t PINEOLA ,l
., n. etc.. U plMMB, in Larger ......, '5XKI. North $6. U. in this way should aJways be of I USE CAKE WITH IRISH POTATO ,
i M __ "J'IUDK OF FI.ORII>A" YARD COII.1tMIO'f-I'.lm., organic nature, and such fertilizers ,
t rf. Iff.*, .limit, fniHn, '..11.** plant' mini frriiN, S3 ran must go through two or threechanges SEED t GROUND LIMESTONE
1 10.OO.VortU $15,66.
lure 4>le>tr by bacteria before become II II.t.
Knrtono lulli of pmprrtr for frr |>lnnt mnngrntloim. C. I n. SherbakofT of
(By University
New. Illu.lnIr.l fulaliig: nu IOMM! :7, urUrm, available to the plant. This! socnlled I iI.. Purest, Dryest, and .
or fro on ......U..N.. Write ,0<1.,. burning is not necessarily! because Florida Experiment Station) I II 't Cheapest.
ii RE ASO nno*.. ROVAI. PALM N11RSERIES of the caustic characteristic of +
} NERat9 llciinllrt AT*.. Ooeco >Ia.e the fertilizer material. It is a physical No money is better invested on the' I INSTATE CHEMISTS ANALYSIS: *

action because of the fertilizer farm nor time better spent thnn in .> Carbonate of Lime 97.73 per cent *

- 00- __ __ being more dense than the plant sap. I procuring ths: best seed obtainable.No I [ESPECIALLY ADAPTED 't' Moisture ________- 2.00 per cent *
Plants feed by this proceirtt which is
known as osmosis. Naturally the one expects to get: a good: healthy !! I 1 Sand _______n____ 0.27 percent .

plant sap is denser than the soil solution calf from a sick scrub cow; the same For I ---.r *
.. thehinner solution goes is generally true of any progeny, Your |le We !sell! DIRECT to farmers )

L Spring through; membranes faster than the : plants included, because the principleof "v* and other growers finely ground *
denser solution thereby allowing; the StateFREE limestone. *
soil solution to work into the plant. inheritance works alike throughoutthe &!r 4> Its analysis is HIGHER than *

., When this soil solution or any solution I entire living world.In any south of Mason--Dixon >line. *

r Application on the foliage of the plant is I. the case! of Irish potato seed to <> We keep in our warehouse"

) ; more dense than the plant sap the sap I. obtain the best seed is of special importance : : : I' several hundred tons of ground e
works outward and I.n'es l a condition which *
because DRY limestone- assures
success dependsfirst :
;( Bearing and Young Trees of tissue commonly designated as shipment/ *
You thus of all on the kind and the healthof Our Instructive prompt
burning. can see are Catalogueand
you We will SAVE the mid- Co
the seed. Potato growers: must
trying to work absolutely against established Price List dleman's profit and give you abe v
Nature's laws and cannot hope for pick out an variety that Weekly
Florideal Special success. You must sacrifice either vields and otherwise does best under solutely the best limestone on >CoCo
the of the conditions of culture and that is > the market. *
quickness availability 01'the
SEND FOR Our machinery guarantees *
with which could by its qualities most acceptable on the new
safety you applya *
market. the finest ground limestone

a You get a dollar's worth of plant food for each you fertilizer could easily material.overcome It seems your to need us Then the grower should see that the THEM TODAY Pineola Lime Company .

;.' dollar and >}n additional dollar's value in the correct of quickly available materials by anticipating seed: are free from diseases: : because *
best results. needs with they may and often do carry with C 000 OFFICE in Bank of Orange *
proportioning to give your plants' an SEED
u0 earlier application.Stem them certain diseases, some of which I GO.; 000 Building, Orlando, Fla. *
Write for catalogue and prices. under conditions favorable for their FACTORY at Pineola Fla. *

End Rot development are able to ruin the crop JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ee0 >eC'+tit's,}.}.}{->''.'--oo.x..e----oo->
entirely while all of them almost invariably ,
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. My fruit is dropping from stem reduce the profit of thegrower
( end! rot. What can 1 do for it? materially. O-oo+
IDES Answer T'' is nothing
: ra cure
Most potatb diseases are due to cer-
Manufacturers Ideal ertilizen
stem end after it show
rot begins to
,l' I tain parasitic fungi and bacteria
F t:1 ; Material in the grove. To avoid it another season which number of introduced
Materaljand prune out all the dead wood during field i
V Spraying Insecticide into the as was previously
the which
dormant season, comcuthe disease
mentioned, with the seed. If
I latter of December and the
Jacksonville Florida free seed are used therefore, the
lsTRttnw first of January cutting back close loss from these diseases be THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS
p.arWral may
'a namwaur w. .. I to an qlbow leaving a smooth'surface either greatly reduced or entirely pre-
e nnd having surfaces of'any !size painted vented.Of SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR :::;: .

over with liquid wax. Then keep the potato diseases occurring, in

-- -,-. -- j your trees free from scale as each Florida, and which are carried with i CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, :
scale stem end rot ,
puncture mentioned
the seed, the following are -
tl.rlL waiun--.. ,( disease to enter the fruit. t : Mosaic blackleg and rot, black t CORN, TOMATOES :k '\

iti"i f 1 scurf, common scab dry rot and wilt, 1.. I .'. ....

"Son, Buckeye Root-Stock's Older I Should ground Lime limestone be left late blight and rot. With the exception Write for our new price list on all brands Agricultural Chemicals, :
of late blight and rot, none of .
:broadcast plowed in, or harrowed into Insecticides Materials, Etc. t ,
an' No Tellln' How Much Better! ? these diseases can be conrolled by any
get best re.,1'' I
k bh spraying.Thp :. BEST MAINE SEED ;
ir)5 I 1"1. POTATOES
4 Answer: Iii ;(jil \ ing lime you get: I late blight hacuse the fungus: j 'fare
Tearly the Buckeye expert discard thousands -
f of citrus\ seedlings that a,burnr) with quicker it results is I b>' harrowing it in be- that causes it develops first on the I arriving daily-get our prices and get the best. !
cause more quickly incorporated
lea reputation at stake might bud. Only I tops where it produces a great mass We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributingin
with the soil. Lime should be
never Y
", root-ctock li which disseminatl"d.chiefly .
the very' beet-developed good of its snores are ..,
i enough to bear the Buckeye name. plowed in as that puts it too deep. As by wind then probably also by rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer Lime, Ashes

Again all stock must be 11 to IB month I to whether you should stir the groundat rain and insects to other plants and and soft Phsophate.USE .
b all this of would be
at time
r older than I* customary before we' will' bud year into the soil, can be successfully controlled SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE
It. Our tree have an uncommonly One ",ot- dependent on the situation in regard by spraying with bordeaux .
k. development and absorb more nourishment to frost. Newly worked land induces mixture when the latter' is properly on, your citrus trees for sure result Manufactured by J. Schnarr

than others with buds of equal ....,, frosty conditions; therefore in espe- made and .thoroughly applied at the fie Co. Orlando our subsidiary '

v The result show In the grove. Write a cially cold locations .around young ,right time and with a good sprayer.
customer, "Dunns 1(1114 ,we planted J.S41tree trees we would advise not stirring the J should be remembered here that

*-1.031 were. from that We were. so> soil until warmer weather.> Under ordinary only in extreme cases could the presence "I THE INDEPENDENT fERTILIZEjjt COMPANY i ,;
plea.ed with your stock we planted 8,405 ,conditions in, a bearing grovewe of these diseases be detected on I
1 Buckeye tree. since and no' others. do not thinly it would be at all JACKSONVILLE "'FLORIDA ,
the seed even by an expert. 'fhe.rO:- i
+ For the past Sf years Buckeye Qlllett- likely for any harm to result from fore the only sure way to obtain the
; grown trees have", been undergoing a mercl- harrowing the lime in. seed free from the disease is to get' **-M"e" > "M"W"y**M-M-W">< > "0 "' 066. a

w lea selection. Only the finest can survive. them from fields that are not infected. !

Our catalog tells about thtft, about our I Orna'hentals. This fact should either be guaranteedby
service, why Buckeye tree grow vigorous Your apparent cheerful willingness, the seed denier! or certified by some
fruitful, dlseaie-realstlng. Write for .cOP). aside from the concise' clearness, who personally in-
dependable agent
'' /
makes your answers a pleasure to th.- time. 1
speojd the fields at the right 1rrn&r
ue.l I II
rolum is.S'
Buckeye Nurseries your "' Seed! can hardly 1 ho guaranteed! free
I however, I l's'1\1 to .stn-.e u tone of
fiom of the ,diseases namely
y III. K.' II.I.KTT D. r. U.4 fit!..<.. IlCBk, Ilnlldlosr Tampa, Florida. wild depreciation in your \knswjrs toiuestions scab and black scurf, I heqpuHe they arc
( relating:( to ornammital-s too common almost anywhere in the
Ler atElclusLY httqNurserlesIntheWorldW.11. I Ion't you I like flowers?! country, though in some places they I Fe1\tilizers
Answer Tha'iks for kind J
your develop only slightly. As the parait. -
r II words. Will MIV I did not choose mv .CM ('OUSInth... e two diseases are i .
work it attached itself to me and I II
the surface of the
BROKAW.Sa.esman I curried: on very ,
find TRYING I (; to answer any question 1, the latter can easily be ,, Please remember that the Armour line of fertilizers J nCOMPLETE.
FLORDIA on commercial crops of Florida such a ,'isinfrected (treated) against them I II I : Wo manufacture fertilizer of KVEKY: kind fur
Watkins Block ORLANDq, rood sized job-I I absolutely hay:' notOne I with corrosive sublimate (11 part to'' KVK"Y; crop and soil. We rran-.fai U re < .. !h -1 Bile
1,000 parts water) solution by dipping! material having rccojrnived; value to the, grower,
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the seed in It for one and a' half '

r : -' =_ hours. 'After treatment the Bead: Ar.l7lour Animal FertilizersT
should be either immediately planted i I
or allowed to dry. Seed may be a Armour Fertilizer Works is justly recognized hpari-
treated for two hours with formalin, quart .8 for finest grades of steamed' tiiiiic four, taw bone-

r lump 1 pint to 30( gallons of water: to free meal, dfiod blood, blood and bone tankage, Rcitnd our anneal,
them of scab but formalin is not quiteso fertilizers: ,' Lascil on these materials are standard rinp-niukciH' :
xI ID good against the black scurf. throughout the country. Our special Ploiitla foinnilaic-

w o The corrosive !sublimate treatmenthas vcloped during:!: nearly :JO years' expedience and Rids of Florida

I uller often been injurious to the seed crops and conditions, can be coupled! on ,to-nat-yVWj the jjioflt! .!!. _ --
when used! during warm weather for you thst .fertilizer can.Chemical '
1 therefore one should keep in mindthat
Man Xors Power it is not safe to employ thin ArlTlour or Mineral Fertilizers
1Ct treatment when the temperature i is
For nearly 40 years we have oflVieil purely rnmeial or
ere above 75 degrees Fahrenheit or there-
For nearly a quarter century tjie Kirmtln Hone Foiuer Stump chemical fertilizers We get the worlil's finest matenals for
i.....,..K..II.I.,1'u1Ier h.. (>rou d-u> auperioruy on Southern. p land. Lne..d..akseV about. brands buying huge < LUntiti it's direct from producersat
these by | )
......_ r15 ThousandsolSouthrrnfarmenhave( been started the road w.U-......... In vieW of the foregoing informa-
i' ...... .... w a. to prosperity by a Kirstin. rpmllartataoatIlka tion, the following suggestions are offered most favorable times. W<: KNOW our materials are be'-t
w...._.,. It I. designed for Southern work and will pull scything .... 1% aa v.u a> 1b.e1 : qua hI\ for each lot, when it reaches our factories is rigidly
If W &1Jo- it tackles, be it a thick green pine, a deeply Imbedded tap .7 KIntia..u. Taa seed dealer to sunnlv analy..-J by our own especially trained chemistThrxc' materials
\ .___ The Require your
ot new triple
field; trf hundred. heavy ilumpa.
root or s
i a.. aryraaiKa... It. power.nd.uIom.hClake-upeoablelttop.rlormtheh...,,_ pawu' aMta4 Uaiaok vou with seed guaranteed free from are then double cured screened, fctound and, llcnil"d,
,. TaKlntlm work with rapidity, certainty and without rain on maD a:.t .r. I disease. If he cannot do so then b'iv into crop-making formulas developed during our long expi'ri-

...... laa a.ta.d tromI hor.eortnadiiro. too. Horses k kaav... .S-aaaa' rj' I vour guaranteed seed directly from en.'e and study. Potash up to &% if desired. Full descriptionis

h k< Maaaapar pwmN un"The...,.One....,Man.. Double Puller leverage gets the rives biggest you stumps a Riant. power; a IMaf-. is the norther seed producers. If you lo in our catalog booklet
u..7 push on the handle meant a pull of '0...on the atump. Clears I.WUaaal r.ot know from whom such seed msy
c [ YWww.' w..,law marsa acre from one anchor and clears. it ready for the pow.Yl. _"",-, .& be bought then make inquiry of the Armour Blood and Bone Tankage

Send for New Free Book local potato growers' association Experiment Is the original article, familiar to every Florida grower for
of the Bu-
I "m. Cold ia stamp La. valuablalnfonnatkn about twentieth century land buyers In every' locality we offer a special opportunity reau of Armour Blood and Bone Tankage have actually been used: l
N r clearing methods and explains in detail all Kirstin. to .Join .In our profit sharing plan. Department of Agriculture! all of .
models. It tells shout Kiratin Service, forever free No canvassing; lust s willuiKneaa to whom would be glad to help you. by Florida growers.
to all I Kiratin mschjne owners Don't buy s puller how your Kiratin to your neighbors;
a Reouest also that the seed be treat-
until you read this book. boo't wait, send the coupon today.MT .. Armour Fertilizer Materials 13esearelalaes, :
ed with corrosive sublimate or do that crlDed la our latest .
A.KIRSTIN COMPANY, 712 ..Main StrMt. Faransha, Mich.Mafoctm ,h lh pis i 4 rl I ; III, yourself. See that every tuber is per- cituog booll.ll
lMpU s/Sfesw" fWOars, te IIN Worldaaat >fl d lUl r1 4'N' 4If { Pe( fectly smooth and free from any discoloration .1rmourStOCk Be Poultry Feeds Get Jlur) copy tics

and true to the variety U0ID gar IIPuest
name. Spraying Materials Etc. ) cent or units UL
By using the best and treated need,
r1 Klnf Hone Power
,, Mee n. ..... ...... Paffh'" '"ii . r jtbe potato grower can save himself agrelt'deal .
( p lal of trouble and money. He dLT7four Fertilizers

........_..... need not be troubled with most of the Enrich the Soil-Increase the Yield "

previously mentioned diseases because Hasten Maturity-Improve the
they can be' readily prevented if
proper attentibn is given to the seed. / .

!' h K a
r yaan..d' Any little wound or abrasion of the Armour Fertilizer Works i ,

rtt.w flesh occurring in cold weather that i la

I. eel a1... not promptly treated becomes a bad .
t L.a sore and is difficult to heal. Apply Jacksonville ,Fla.AnnourFettOizers .- '
F r wlCli.N. Mai bewy !yM M f ,
riles Owe sk.. Mallard's Snow Liniment at once when ; ,

tb fi.wy sued heals; accidents promptly happen.and Boon*-The does wound away; are handled-!in Ki *imine' and vicinity by !

. <,< . \withthe'annoyance! of a bandage.
Price .25e, Gflo aid 1.00 per bottle. WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO.

a&m Sold by; OsreoH Pharmacy. ; ,+

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"-, STAfE LIVE STtJCK" ;,, ;.: that when any sueh election ..11 written and partly printed DO -
Is a whole county, compul.ees'yechool'eett.ndanee'shahI ivrry guardian or '
"Ks TO MEET- -4q -enforced ; .tber ..par"nt. 'child ;' :'. eIsBVDeIiJrihs.eiiitt. :
ithrnee.CityBand': -.n e"trl .f '" .
t'---A1 In any School Uoar* District ordi.trlete or ...Ioltn. of ? : _
na ot, the I *f- said, oounty wherein athreediths tain (Ac", tfc* .,

r.; : f Florida vote Attendance Was cast ","For though Cornpulsory' a- .r of shall the p.r.nt .th.srOYI.I.n. ., 01 a** .! ( sJs..1..1..;
8hol *
Stt .Stk Association and Live of a evunty aa a whole uardian or other N tio. I Ishereby ,51'V. ? that ,Cbar1sT"'
:Rdst9ganiztionof ; ; on Tuesday, was east "Against Compulsory School sueh notice Is.erved.-. : I Kreoek. 111 North Lafayette.

J I 16, 1917. at the University ''Januar, that a r whol when* with, the then law It wlh. three day* of'th thereafter I, indians. who "atl Str..t' itffl.msderHomestead .
Entry W&. .10SK7. for
Ida It U expected that there wfllbe eunty. compulsory attendance Officer tb..4.tJ recom REM of 8WK. Section
from b* ..01001 any School the Board of Public In 2..T..n.hl.
a good representation Is Rang IT Bait '
/ Kind in Florida and this Board'District or dl.trle. of' said prosecute forthwith such .'South ha*.filed notice of
vicinity X.aim.I'
,.; county, wherein a was person or the name, of the 8t4* of to make Three-year Proof to Int.nto", (
I II interesting program ha east Against 'tI'SOJt..dan. At. Florida .for&.ny.. Justlo of the claim to the land above described, b-,
arranged. Thy forenoon program is ... though of Pae., Judge, of for Clerk of'Circuit at
-- afX Klsslm-
I the county as a "For or district'Ss which th Court
of especial moment to the countf' me, Florida on the ot JanuV
r.r Compulsory .. *d resides. All flues "
Few, If any; other cities in Florida. everyone. not only the residents of,the and stockmerv-of. the State. .II Sea. s. Hhol At.ndano.IJ Public turned over to the ooUect.e. \ : asntes. a* .

can boast of such an excellent organization I. city but by the many tourists and Mitm. of the Armour Packing Com I pulsory Instruction.ehol of a attendance county In election a com.has County by the County School Board Fund of and Public may Instruc.b. used arln' Brassalo- W'ln..u'Lu.hman.

looking after the entertain.. other visitors who are in the commun pany Jacksonville, wl discuss the I been three-fifths of the votes ton for the enforcement of this Florida Z - ,.

'I'' snent of the.cltiieni. u the Kissimtnee ity. Many compliments are passed Packing Plant and Lire Stock legally cast at such election-In a SpeIclal other purpose*. : '- : Act Slv'l *...Ber. eot '.Loughman. ,'

City Band, Which is composed of upon the boys at each public appear. Fanner. Th marketing of live stock I]I Tax.or School EI.trlct School BordIlatrlct was 1 have Sec.the IT. right The Officer, enter shall any J. 1+ Cox of "orldanit

eome of the finest.;:young men'in the I ance, and it is up to the' citizens ingeneral has been oe of the probl.1 in the], ... School.'Attendance,. office, factory, of business house emtloylng M. I* Cox ROBERT of DAVIS.. B 'I-tra'.

city$ sacrificing i on many occasions to five them the best of sup. p.a with live stock growers.. This shall at the first rovular meeting there tturvtro the purpose of ea. ; r!

their business and personal J affairs for port in every direction.. The funds be an opportunity for the farer I i I af.r. publ.h.ehoJ that attsndanc the following laws will; com-b* doubt forcing* the of age this of Actl a) when child NOTICE!, FOR PCBUOATlOlt. '

the benefit of,the public. Banded together I that are the county and a dthe packing company tk! .n full and effect thirty days he may require a properly attested

for one great purpose these city are just ellouet to keep the bandin things over, giving the farmers thereafter In the Spoclal Tax ShoolDI.trlct birth certificate or affidavit aa to \ota** .t .r. -,Des, .1.te. .
School Board of an child. D.partesj _
young men are always to be found:! on shape, as far as new music and ehane to find out just what class of as mar DI.trlct. S.e It.,Every Attendance Officer t. ..

the job.. If they are not playing at rl i otVr" expenses are concerned, the atoo ktho peaking house want]lined by the said loctlon. keep an accurate record of all Nolle Is hereby "* 'that Wltl.I'
and .1 I'I (. Every notices .. all cases prosecuted and W. DrlU of Lou.hman
can use advantage. or
the band S.o who
concert they are at membership not p.rnt Auardlan. .e
public receiving one singlepenny will I person In charge all other .. performed, and shall on July U. IsiS. made
headquarters getting ready for another -I for their services, giving these Dean P. Rolfs discuss. the or children I b* ares of eight make an annual report of the same tq tr" No Otnz. for 8W' of. SEani,

public appearance, or one can from a purely public-spirited stand- Relation of the State University to and fourteen years en'residing within the County Board of Public Instruction, Suit Township a.
th e LIve Stock Institute in a Special Tax a on blanks by the State Superintendent Rang II East. .
1ar Individual members "practising in point. Florida Scho DI.trlct Schol furnl.he \\a : :
Board In the tI has filed notle* of
different places, using much of their I I The- members of the organizations, P. L. Sutherland, secretary of as DI.trlet following; )Iy.rt.. manner q Publo In.lruCton. demanded t Commutation to :::

time perfecting themselves for the i and the instruments they play are as Florida Stat Live Stock Association, hord.t t. provisions, shall by th* County Board. claim to tho land o ,,
.. will Our Objects and Alms. I!(I child or children to au.nd See, It. It shall be the duty of allprincipal. before Clerk Circuit .KI..hD"1
of giving citizens the best follows
our M. Shearouse Jr. director
purpose :, I the public of th and teachers to co-operate mo., Forid on the tfth day .
possible music on all occasions. I ; W. A. Smith solo cornet; ,Neil Mr. Sutherland has given a great deal'of :r f In which the child h:1 :nd re- with the Attendance Officer' the en- ary, '

&. The organization, which is in a d.'gree .- Bartlett solo cornet Ruby Ellis first time to the live stock work in the not less than eighty days of each orcement of this law. To this. end It Cl names aa witnesses:
; 'year, between the of hall be the duty of the Henry J. Popny of
for the past year. Those who eight and principal or Lu..hma,,
supported by the county and city cornet Brown second cornet A. Stat "e. Floridaalmant
; ; fourteen years of : the period teacher In charge lot every school In ,
b the pride of Klsshnmee. It is not J. McDoaough, E-flat clarinet; Chas. the meeting ca rest assured of compulsory chil commence which pupils between the ages of eight John Helmberg of nor" '
much that he wlil give a' message well with the of the school and fourteen years are Instructed to 14a -
t..vnz too or exaggerating9vhen Regero solo clarinet Wm. Arnold b.llnnln"
; ; H. '
Britt of Florida.
worth hearing. (term nearest to birthday of keep an .crat. record of the attend.nee L..hman
we'pqint to the fact that the second clarinet; A. E. Schweikert Those I leach child and shall cover a period of of render weekly reports Armenlous$
band is recognized as being one of third clarinet; Eddie Hansell, saxa-1 I{I not attending the first session six consecutive years thereafter, except to the Otflcer and the Florida. qrl.on

the best musical organizations in the phone H. K. GOBS saxophone George of the fifth annual meeting of as r County Superintendent of Public In- I-a DAVIS'
I ; ; ''I"tendanl. ot all Imperfect
the State Live Stock Association will :I I See. a.f6'nf upon .tructon. pupi. In at-
entire State. Through the efforts of Gardner alto saxophone I. W. '
; miss some t or .ho.ln. absences, ex- NOTICE TO CREDITOR
the efficient director, G. M. Shearojusn, i Thompson, first trombone; G. F. Kenny a veQ important part of the church, days" each yearduring used and and In the case ofan -
Jr. assisted by other officers' of the' trombone Prator' Gilbert second program. Tuesday afternoonsession the aces of eight fourteen excused absence to state the reason. I. Cosirt of the Ce..ty Jedsre Oeeeelsv'
; will be devoted to tick eradication of any child, may b* accepted In lieu for which the pupil was excused.: Ce..ty. Stat. ef Klerlea. .
organization who leaves no stone unturned trombone; Brown third trombone and needed !of attendance upon a local public Sec. 10. It shall be the duty of the Is: ro Estate ef Jasses W. Presitls.

to moke the members proficient -I Walter Bass, third trombone; Roy legislation. These are. school) Provided, further, that any prl- County Board of Public Instruction of To all creditors, legatees, dlstrlbuees .
Kissimmee has an institution Prentis solo alto Bert Wells alto subjects of discussion that the sto k.Ivate or church school r.c..lvlnl for In- each county to cause this Act to be pub.shed . and 'all person having claims or
; ; men of Florida cannot to miss. Istrucllon pupils tw of separate and distinct from the demands against said estat*: .
fo this nature whic his second to none Chas. Dann alto; Murray Overstreet, afod eight and fourteen : 'af8ke publication of the Acts of the Leglsla- You and of you are ,

in Florida. I baritone; J. H. Huffman, B-fiat bas; 'IN THE rittcviT! THH such i record of .u..n chid tore. In full In some newspaper pub notified and required to Crb..nt h.r..bJ
'The weekly concerts Friday night .J. M. Woodall bass C. Bailey bass CURT (IVTHH or chldr..n, and will render such vhed In the cOunty If there be one, claims and : or"either
; ;, .JV.iHVTH same as ara hereinafter And If there be none then to distribute of :d.h'*ae.Yi the
and Sunday afternoon are enjoyed by ''C. E. Gardner, drums. STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND required of teachers of public schools; and give It the widest circulation inthe estate of 1.m". .. .. deceased,
I FOR OftCEOI.A COt1Tl. IN CIIAMCBHY otherwise the attendance upon any such form of a circular at least four late ot Osceola County. to the
SITTING.SARAH private or church school refusing or weeks prior to the opening of theschools Undersigned . Ilorlca said,
neglecting to keep such records and to for the school year beglnnlnruly 'estate, within two year from th*'data
roofings which is taxing the facilities H. PRHJVATT. as Administra make stjcn reports shall not be acceptedIn 1. 1B1I and annually thereafter j.hereof.
"Business Good"Say trix of the Estate of C. F. Pr..vat. lieu oftt.n".nc.. upon a public In their I discretion I It be necesssry. Dated Oct. U. i'. 11 .
of the felt mills but also due to' the A
: (Dece".e..Corplalnant. v. school, Si-c 31. All laws and parts of 'laws .f: PRENTIS.
increased cost of labor, other raw materials ., Ibapondenta"ORECLSUU Sec 11. Rxei..p l.ft...*-This Act shall In conflict with the provisions thin. i 4.-lt MARY
Merchants and the shorter hours of work not apply In any cites In which th Act are hereby r..p..I..d. 01 Admlnl.tratrll'IN .
child ohyslcal or mental conditions, a. See.- 8$. This A.t take effect '
which have been recently put in by a Under and by virtue of a decree of attested by any competent physician nrhedlatcly. upon passage and ap- CIRCUIT COURT OF *Ha, 8KVvnth -

number of leading manufacturers.A foreclosure In the above stated cause I before any court having jurisdictionunder provo I by the Governor 'or Osoenla Judicial Circuit of Ilor1da In and'.
of Kissimmee as Special Master for Bald Court willoffer thin Act renders its attendance Approved June 1, 115 County. C.
W. Johnson
for sale and sell at Impracticable or ; or In any 1 \ cmplaln.nt y. I H
dry, hacking cough is hard on Court House door In the City of Kls- ruse In which Inexpedient., more The folo..ln are appointed to act Park: R 4 <. .

"Business is Good" is the bywordof the lungs, often causing them to bleed: slmmee. County of Osceola. State of than tw. miles by .hld r..ldi. .. at ..said : ron[ ooseri L Pckl.n. 'b..r(also husband known; r B.
Ballard February 5th. between -ron school house: and transportation J. M. Gardner H N. Bra tfon and 1. h a".o
merchant in Kissimmee, no s Horehound Syrup is a heal' Florida 11. t\ W. Iraham); Calvin Buckets and t
every Inspectors and -A-
of 11 provided. ; Thomas
.ing balm that quickly repairs damageing o : hllcnh any .. Lily.. E J. Headley. as for..r co-partner
matter what his or her line may be. o'clock p. m. of said O"kay.'th.mtod'o ln case of extreme poverty* In the business firm of
Never before in the history of the city the lungs and air passages. Price described real property services of such child are necessary for Done by order of the Hoard of Public Buckets A Hcadley. and Individuals name
: I
ceola County. Florida Its own support or the support of itsparents Instruction, this the llnd day of I>e-
25c 50c and $1.00 bottle. Sold and William
by .Iern Boswell ;'
has been much evident per : personaclaiming
so A. I). 116. and'al
pros the mortgaged property In aa by the affidavit ofIts c.mb.r. Interests ... .
perity, never were the stores packed Osceola Pharmacy.H. satisfy the said decree of to-wi: : parent or parents, and of such witness W. C. "ASS Chairman. deceased: or otherwise.I .Respondents, p
and The north half of. the as the Attendance Officer may require Attest: C. R .
with such fine stock of roods, seldom .DIto Quiet Title. Order of Publicstlon. -,
before has there been such pat- I Youmans formerly in the electrical quarter, the .outhw..t quarter of the : or In any case other In which .....II County Superintendent. . To all whom I may concern: It '
northwest quarter aJl In Section Four or person .
appearing from the Bill of Complaint
ronage accorded to our business men I contracting business in Tampa, ((4) ; the east half of the ..outheaatquart..r rarent. .. or control of child I IN Tae Cesiaty Judge's Co art. Cevetr filed In this s..or. there are- ",

as during: the past few-months, and ,III a new addition to our citizenship, and the southwest quarter of show before any magistratebv Of Oseeela. Stale of Klerlda.a persons Interested In the property In
at the time. coming to our city last week. He has the southeast quarter of Section Five affidavit of himself and of such rolved In this suit other than .the
keeping up present I I <(5) the northeast witness R* the Oftlcerm..v
of the
demonstrated his faith in beautiful quarter northeast At""anc. The Matter Of The Sale Of Th. known Defendants; and that the names
Kissimmee can boast of some of the our quarter and the south half- of the require .'.. of Naes Elisabeth of such persona so are unknown -
finest stores to be found anywhere in and hustling town by going into northeast of Section without necessary. books and cloth- Walker. A Miner. to that
the State. Everything is I business locatin gat No. 11 Broadway Lots One nr'd Two ((2) r"CIaJ: : Infc for attending school and that th relief Is "dc In said Bill aOnfd Corn- P
Nine (8). all In Township parent la unable to provide the necessary Notice Is hereby given that It Is plaint against such unknown Defendants
stopper from where he will the th.1 -
of the serve books and clothing I Provided, thatwhen
the minutest detail can ;
(16) South. Range Thirty (SO) East Intention of the undersigned J. : It Is therefore ordered that all '4
be supplied and it matters not what public in anything in the elecbrir-al save and excepting the following land.; books and clothing shall be provided Walker as guardian of the estate of parties claiming an Interest In the following -

is wanted, it can be procured here. I line an dwill do repairs of all kinds Begin at the center of said. Section Nine the through child shall charity I longer or by he othermeans Naomi Elisabeth Walker a minor to situated In Al
no *
exempt -
"Patronize Home Industry" is a slogan in this business. Mr. Youmans l U an (9) run North three hundred thirty from school attendance under this make application to the County Judgeof the County .edoJrtn State of
ISO Usceola The
( ) yards to Ea.t Lake : I ,FloridA the North
which is not only preached by our experienced electrician, and come to return to point of TOhopekalgs provision; Provided further Inefficiency that when fice In the court Yho.l armc hal the North..t quarter of Sec

citizens as a whole, but it is practised i Kissimmee well recommended. west two hundred t .. Itnla nd a misconduct teacher Is or charged cruelty with such charge belnr *- In said county on Monday the )' 16 Tallahassee Township 16. South Rang If, ')1 * north two of January, A. D. t'I./or. authority to Rast. Meridian, do appearto
mjiHA In wrltlnor. and A\nA with th
and that's the reason we can point - - --- -- --- -- ------------------ .
soil undivided . the
Yards lake, an Interestwhich Complainant's Bill of Complaint
with pride to our excellent business No. 17 the a cIa of said lake to its Intersection 'I Ti-u with of ""Sp.rI .;lch"iDi... Is the Interest of the'said minor herein filed on or before the Rule Day
institutions. Report ef the Coedltloa .f theCIT1ZKMS In. just run. Also, save and or ''n and to the following described real In February, A, D. 117. the same belns
lie Instruction guardianof situate In Osceola the (th day of said month else the.
except; at" point
4. ., Sixty (60) county !
,, An interview with many of the merchants RANK UP KISSIMMUK. any child a r"draeri.o school being said BUI' will h
yards wrest of the northeast corner of I r. : rt confessed e
'IL. of the city brought out the .t KlMlsae. the !II.'. ., Fieri*. the northwest quarter of the ..outhw".tquart.r taught by then theattendance : quarter of ..cton'hirty-on.. and It Is further o ::.t". this or*

fact that business for the year' just .t the. don* of ha'ala-e' .]]' !>.- of Section Nine ((9)). run I until of after such not beenforced (11). .. UI der b* pubt.hed one week form
p ee sher_8O... ISIS north Thirty (10) degrees eat to mar s ful Inv..tlatlon range twenty-eight 18)) southeast twelve ... In thoKissimmee '
such has
closed far exceeded that of the previous gin of Iake East Tohopekallga thence of charge quarter northwest Quarter of Valley a .
is He......... hoard with which same was; filed and section six .r.f In ..Oa..t.,
year, in fact there no compari- southeasterly along said margin I to a the said teacher has been ( township twenty-six per published .f.o- ..
between the two. Everyone la opIjnistic Loans on real eutate------S 64.IU8.811( point Forty (40)) yards east of the said I I exonerated.Sec. acquitted or (26) south range twenty-eighty (II) ola. and of general circulation ,
Loan. on collateral security northeast corner of the northwest east. Also the south half of the north.west County Witness the Honorable James
and all'are looking forward other than real estate----- 6111341 quarter of the southwest quarter I 2. 1>.... Allewl quarter of the northeast quarterof W. Perkins Judge of said Co.r and
-To even greater gains during 1917 All other loans and discounts 2.40'.AI thence south to the south line of Lot l .-Every! parent* guardian, or other section six (6). township twenty-six mv name aa Clerk . the
than experienced before. The Christmas Overdrafts __ _._ 1.17 Two (!) In said Section Nine ((9). thence person In the State of Florida havingcharge (8) south range twenty-eight (11) official seal of the said Clrc.t Court'
State, county and municipal west along; south line to the point of or control of a child or chldrsn east. Also beginning at the southwest this the 1st day of A D., ''
.. trade was the best ever, and instead bond. .. ____ 1.BOO/ ./00 beginning.This I between the ages of eight and rur corner of the northwest quarter of the llf. J. L. OVKRHTRBBT.Ct. ,
of the usual lull after the holidays Atock. of corporations1.600 December 19th. Ut.9p..CI.rMot vears. shall cause said child children northwest quarter of the northeast ( Ct Seal) Clerk Circuit Coari.Johnston .
when the merchant usually takes Banking house furnitureand to attend school aa aforesaid; Provided uarter of section six <<) township twen. Solicitors for Com-i
that occasional absence from '
fixtures: 21.715.9' In Chancery. ty-slx range plalnant. U-UI'
stock, it has been necessary in many Other real e.tat.------------- ',6t*.10 such attendance tor such child amount- ( (8 .outh north tw.nt.llht11 ,

instances to increase sales-forces in Claims and other resources__ SR9.4' Solcior. Compl.ln.nt l-4t ing to not more than two uoexcusedsbsences y 140) yards, east seventy (70)) NOTICE WOK PUBLICATION.-
order to keep the usual quick and Due from Incorporated banks 60,<47.70 In four con..culY. weeks yards" ; south one hundred forty (140yards )
up Checks and exchanges: f.>r NOTICB 0.KLKCTION shall not be : further : west seventy excellent service to the public. clearing ? -...-... 171.R' In compliance Chapter Oil that the or teacher In of beginning. Also the southwest quarter Depsrteat ef the latevtor..V. B.

Cash on hand..-._--_.__. la.8U.7' State of Florida 11*. notice U herebygiven charge of .the prlnclraf.,excuse ,any of the northeast quarter of sectionsix OfCee. mt GYn..De s .
END STOMACH TROUBLE. ._ will b* held at child for because ofa (6). township twenty-six (II) a 1.1a, .

GASES OR DYSPEPSIA"Pape'n Total ... ._. .......\.....2.7..16.III.lefcllltUe Ktsslmme. In School Board District death storm In or Its family weather, unforeseen sickness or Unavoidable or south. ,range (twenty-sight Z.. B. ( east, -

.' No. 1, Osceola County Florida -on Saturday accident Excused: absencesand Guardian of the estate of WALKF.R Notice Is given that Banner
"; -
; January 17th Av D. 1917 to determtn the reason therefor shall be recorded Neml EI.a. k. Guy one h.'ab. heirs for the heirs
Dlapepala" makes Sick Sour Capital Stock paid In-...._t 11I.000,00 beth Walker, a minor. of Tob,tba deceased. of Loko.'
Surplus' fund ._. lc.000.00 whether compulsory school at. said principal, _or teacher In Lyon.
Gaaay Stomacha surely feel fine Undivided profit- -(lest tendance shall In said charge the school and shall" b* reported see, .. on November 14.
expenses -
pr.YaJ dl.trlct nOTICE rom PPBjJOATlOir.DerartsseM III. made Hintr" No. Of Til.
in five Btiantea. and tax. paid)____ l.irt.46 and to decide the folo.lng to the Attendance Officer asbereinaNer for Lots f Hom..t.a 1. Township
provided Provided, further
deposits subjectto compulsory : ef the laterter. V. S. LsC II 8., Rang 14 B., Tallahassee Meridian ..
: School that In case of protracted Illness of any "I
choc kTime b
l sions shall
If what just ate Is souring on ltt] :or : r child whose Is Otaee at G..YU. has filed notice of Intention to ,
you certificate.. of deposit. St.639: .ISO I Board Dlstrctt: reulr.under Fl. n make Five-year Proof, to establish
this -
your stomach or lies like a lump of Certified checks S 00 Act a
claim to the land above described, before -
Cashier's checks outstanding 1.174.*S CHAPTER 811-UAWB OF 1I1BAN of the In which such child r. .
lead, refusing to digest, or you belch FOR COMPITL- sides. upon of the Health Officer Notice Is hereby given that Banner Clerk Circuit Court at Klislm.mee
deposits 20.30694Total 'I report
and eructate sour undigested certificate of hi. Lrf> on Florida on the llth day of January

food or have a feeling of dizziness, _. -- _____________U87.UI.68."Iat. APPOINTMENT PRESCRIBING OF ATTENDANCE THEIR qualified physician Officer shall to this excuse.from at- try v 1..roI >ts I, 1.:t'o of Claimant 1117. names as witnesses .

heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste of Florida. 1 OFFICERS.DUTIES AND POWERS AU..ndane.such child until he Is fullyrestored II 8., Range 14B F. B. Wall of Kenansvllle Florida.
., Meridian has filed John H. Balsden.. of Kenansvllle.Florjda. .
in mouth and stomach-headache you I of to or Talahaa..a
County of Osceola. ss: Bs It Enacted h..lh. unti quarantine I .
can get blessed relief in five minutes.. I. Roger Dodd, Cashier of theabovenamed the State fBlloW'aLgl.latur.: chid from school : to establish to claim to Five-year the land J. Frank of
has been raised.Sec. r
Put an end to stomach trouble forever bank do solemnly swflar. Section 1. of !d.rlb..d. before Cl' rk Circuit Ida. "f
of that the above statement I. true to the the r"ll.ter..d any 11 Peaalty.-Any parent guardian on the E of Lokosfe.
by getting large fifty-cent case Florida
a best of my knowledge and belief cial : District School 81.-1 or other person In control of a child 19th day of January , R WII.i W.
Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. ROGER DODD. Cashier District or of any shall file or chidren. violating the provisions of Claimant nameS as witnesses: !
You realize in five minutes how need- Correst-Attest: a County Board of countr Instruction "I "I be guilty of a misde.meanor. K. K 'Val of Kenans\llle. Florida.

less it is to suffer from indigestion, .ARTHUR K DONBGAN. written petition f Tax an election School'Ustrlct and upon conviction by any John Bal.d.n. of K.nan.vll. NOTH.-K SPECIAL
R T flYER to be held In such Special court of competent jurisdiction shall b. Florida 0. }
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.It ROGER" nonn School Board District or coun. i iI liable to a fine of not leas than ore dollar J. Frank Tumblln, of Lokoaee. Flor- SALE
I in'. to determine whether compulsory and not more than three for
is the surest stomach doc- dol..ra -
quickest, t ; ;; : arhool attendance prevail In each and offense And failure daR
Subscribed an" ahal every E. of Iokonee.
tor in the world. It's wonderful. .no 'Vil. Florida Under and by virtue of a
the It
this 30th day r..mbe I 'ther of said county. or refusal to pay such fine said parent ROBERT W. I .
H: STANLEY o"al be the duty of the.County Boardrto guardian or other person In control 51-St Register of for.clo.ur. In certain
GREAT BRITAIN REMOVESTHE HUTTnC1. I I Instruction to order an elec- i of a ehilA. shall be Imprisoned not Circuit Court of oereola
( ) Notary. Publ. In either I of said districts I or the to exceed thirty davs In the county jail Ida wherein H. M Steen as :
EMBARGO ON RAGS SPil My commission October 23rd, county. accordlnl as the potlton may Provided that fine for any first offense NOTICE FOR BII>9. ant and Anna Boyer and
expires her husband were
1B20 request whether tolo.- may, p'e payment of costs bo (
The recent action of the British trig compulsory school impended and collected until the The Board of Puollc Instruction efOB as Special. Master have
1 1II \lslons shall be enforced In said Special nnm Is cortvloted of a second ceo la county. Florida. will receiveaeal4 of .and will offer for sale to
authorities ni lifting the embargo onrags -I 111 ii 11 n i mi 111 ii 1111 Tax School Dltrlct. School Board offense person; Provided further, that after ) proposals up to 10 A.. m., February bidder for cash before the ;
has greatly relieved the situation District of Bth 1916. for the fabrication and Florida.
or the expiration three (lays from the door In Kissimmee.
for the various felt mills in this coun- I Sec I. The County Hoard of Public time notice I. served by the AttendanceOfficer erection of nine fire .escapes. for Olc..ol... Ii'gal hours of sale on 'r.
Legal Instruction shall give notice of such each and every daY a parent Hitch School and Ht Cloud high School day of February. 1117. the
try. When Great Britain clamped on II election by advertising the same for guardian. or other person shall wilfullyand RooorfltnfcT to plans and specifications of described property situated

the lid, shortly after the beginning of I Advertisements four weeks In a newap..p. publ.h..d unlawfully keep such child or chll Alan J McDonouKh. architect, Kissim county, Florida, and .

the war, intense alarm was felt ; ; : : If a newspaper dren from school or allow It or them to mee. Florid. lows fo.wltHoglnnlng:
The Hoard the right to
accent -
I If none, then remain out of shall r.a..rv. at a point
Ih'rroltr1u ; .hool.
throughout this country by the felt some In and shall(on..ll.I. or reject any or all bids Addressall I (100) feet West of the :
mills which had depended for yeara I M I I II I I I I I 11 I I I I I I IIII county. publah.d a said separate person" penalties above aubJ..t described bids to: ncr of Block "W of H A

Sec 3. The electors In such elections C. F3 YOWKlMj Addition to the Town
felt for
from which
on foreign rags STOt KHOII>Klt MKRTIN Superintendent Public Instruction.52St.
must he registered provided In thegeneral West along
roofing and other! products is made. The annual meeting of the Stockholders as for Sec. 14 The County Hoard of PublicInstruction city run and (
domestic business at that of the State Bank of Klsalmmee crn.fonJ..r: : shall I. have special thesame of any county wherein any Seventy-two On.-h.lf.
The thence North One
rag district of the county has the Iundr.
will be held In the office of the adopted
time not well organized, but, .1,1 qualifications for and prerequl.I..a compulsory school attendanceprovi- NOTICE ty-flve feet
was /75
very Bank on Thursday January llth. 1917, ..
to voting as prescribed two (7214)
.I..clona sions shall have the The County Commissioners -
as the war went on and practically no at 1 p. m. under the general .. POI Act. power rdOc .. South One Hundred and
to fix the compensation of In and for County Florida,
foreign rB". were to be had the collection M. C.Secretary.A. CARSON. President t-2t Sec 4. The election shall be held and an .. lln.. Officer or officers, and will r..c.lve on It miles of brick H 76) feet to the point of .Fiends.on"f
.. KATZ conducted In the manner prescribed bylaw Also beginning One
and distribution of this importent remove will An Attendance road. 9 feet wide with concrete curbIng -
for holding general elections except feet West and One Hundred
Officer may be appointed for one up to 12 m. January 16th. 1917,
raw material was better sys- NOICI TO CEEPITORs.tre ss provided In this Act and nil school or for a number of schools. In bidders may obtain full specifications ty-five 17i feet North of
,tamatized. In spite of this fact how such elections .h.1 be belt withinaixty the discretion of the County Hoard of by applying L. Overstreet. Clerk east Block "W'! of
ever, the last few months has witnessed COURT OF TIlE COUNTY JUDGJ days filing of the petl- Public In.truelon. and may be supervisor Kissimmee, YOid. Said bids to beopened thews' Addition to the Town
OSCEOLA COUNTY tion. of a school or on the above date the Boardr..ervh11 mee CHv. run North
such an unprecedented' demand for 0. FLORIDA. Sec B. Inspectors of elPh'lo' th' ll I,. suitable person tru.t.who will discharge any the the right to accept or reject dred (100) .. . ..
ready roofings that felt-makers were !. r* Estate l.r L".Ua appointed and qualified .as
looking forward to a possible shortage general elections and they .hal canvass Roard may assign an Attendance Officer LESLEY Chairman. South Two Hundred (109)
L .
To lcates, distributees the vote cast and du. te- such other duties as may be deemed Attest: th. >/' Seventy-two .
of supply in the near future. having claims ordemands turns of the same to the County Hoard advisable. .7. OVERSTREET. Clerk. I16tCITATION (71 H) feet to the place of
While there has been a good sunply of against said estate: of Public Instruction without delay L beginning at a point
ftec t I. It shall be the duty of
of of Public Instruction everyAttendance j.n
domestic to take of the felt You. and each you. are herebynotified The County Board dr Seventv-one
rags care Officer to take an accuratecensus
and required to .. the returns and de. .
present any .hal cnv. ADMINISTRATION.Cesirt (171%) fe t North of the
and while these of child between the aaresof .
.. mill requirements claims and demands or clare .. and cause the same to "W" of H. A.
.It of Block
rags have been moving freely, the removal either of you, may have agaYn.t the be recorded tar ss appllcabl... as It"I and twenty.oneJ'ears nln.. his dis .. ef ('....r .... OeerelaCewty corner Addition to the Town of
estate of Mary L. late In the general law conaerntni the month of June and State .,.
of the embargo has averted any of O.c.ola County Lta d.ceae undersigned provide every year on blanks furnished by the FI..a City, run West One H.ndre

C possibility of future shortage. I E..cuto"Florida estate.within Sec *.. The ballot u..d In such elections State Superintendent of Public Instruction Et.t. ef Sarah J. AMIS.BT thence H North -East
< %) feet
He shall make three neat and .
felt two from th. date shall be plain white and
There are about thirty large years paper feet and thence
h..rof (100)
legible copies of this census roll. which : :
Dated November 16th printed there. "For Compulsory School THE JUDGF- ;
mills in this country, that use thousands $1LA rf and "Aaralnst Compul..ryRhol shall gl. the name, sex. date of birth.the ... . has CUBT.Wh..r. three and One-half (SIM'
tfTlnlnf Atandanee. appl.d place of beginning, said
of tons of annually In of the parent or
rags At.ndane. so arranged that Idn" to this court for LU..r. of .dmlnl.tra- being embraced In lot one (
making felt for roofing purposes all his choice, as In with the postoffle of every tion on the .. W' of said Matthews'
\ additional Information .
the Australian ballot by making a cross any deceased late of said county of Osce-
benefited ) Town of Klssjmr City.
of whom will be directly by : NOICE copy of this census shall be filed
mark to th*. left of one or the otherof On. cIa; TO PAY
Great Britain's lifting of the embargo. the two lines the State Superintendent of Pub- These are. therefore to cite and admonish PURCHASIR LEWIS '
1 out however NOTICE) Is hereby given that each of Bee. 7. should three-fifths of the lie Instruction one copy with the all and singular the kindredand
It has been pointed Special Master In
the stockholders of the Tucker Brick County of Public
votes legally cast at any such election Sup..rnt.nd.nt creditors of said deceased to he ;
that this new supply will not tend to Company are required at attend the annual b. "For Compulsory School Attendance. day of July and appear before court on or before boo llth. UIL

lower the price of finished ready roof. stockholders' meeting: of said company ." then the cmual.or school at- .ach every year and on. copy the llth day .rl.z A. D.
because the greatly Increased de.Sthand at the company, tl Io'clock i law h.r.lnaft.) prescribed .h.1 b'preserved for his own .*, and
lag'.O'ho. third Thursday In I In . territory for h* .hal furnish the principal of J1., to the Letters of Administration The annual meeting; of
for this material and[ the Inability Jaa.ary. Fa for 1 two for .thereafter until each with" his Jurisdiction with .rnfal estate otherwise holders of the Cltlsens

\. of the felt mills to fill the or- 9f of and i I yar.1 01.fO..1. Is held In comipllance a list of the of children d". 4oIttend the same will b* granted te said D. O. simmee will be held at th
at their the r.r. of snoh other b..IDe. the foregoing provisions the school ef which the principal Wagner or tor som ether or said Bankin Klsslmm**, .
will keep prices i .
.'.den on hand aa before the.1tlnB I.nd' three-fifths or mere of the votes Is In cbarl.and the County Board o< persona 8t"nD January 9th. 1517. at I ..' '-
.tk .
present: level;, In fact there are many or.r J. W TucKER .!shan I east "Against Compulsory shall ascertain with' name as County Jude.of for the purpose of "
who eredict that prices will continue A \ b then sehoolattend- out charge the number of pupil contained WIN. 11 aforesaid this tSe 11thdaTofD.cernber. the ensuing year and-transacti qichpther .
f I Isnce :aac"\ eomsmUorr its sail In said lists. P. 1. business as may prop.riye'
to advance. This is due not only to t JlT ., / ..,
\ DJ W ADI TCER terrltorv until otherwise determined bv See. It. Th. Officer shall bfor said meetln -. fi --,.
At.nd.n. I
: the unprecedented,demand \for read/ 8retrl Po I-It an ..letOD"b.1 In pursuance o tide, serve a wrt.n nte notice or II-lt County J.c . RQOBR PODDl. C1ler.' 4'I i.; '
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; .' ..- 'whichwe' look forward and 'for which At the ChurchesMETHODIST Zlon's Relirio-Literary:- ,- Society: of

we roust work with ,sure enough enthusiasm Pleasant '
is the Baby_Welfare Week I Sub ecty' ,"AytSacred Record. Fojss.told. -

SocietyIVotes' \ b* la March. The,committee ( .'*,. .v
.. f. hvaing this in charge has for Ita CHURCH Golden text-"And He tememh.reththe

; chairman Mrs.,A..,< M., Chisholm. Her Charnelle: H. Summers: Pastor. Jieathen.. and all are alike onto
assistants M.... R, M. Evans Mrs.F. '? God both the Gentile." i.
I. are :9:45 Pi t thh..nghtTband
CMrm. E.,, 'E. :Wells. Utt.R..ed ...) S. GUbert and Miss M.-C. Berger. Robert c 'a.Evans< m., superintendent.. Central, Lord provide h n. --Q R" 4

I The president, Mrs. J., E. Lupfer, A class for everyone. *nd a welcome adequate testimony of the truthful oco
VaD.y Gazette send requests a full attendance at "the for all. ness of His work. __ -
afl the .. .. .
is a.tI. .. patron ftttajrf _* -
/ meeting next week Aside from business It a/nv, morning:-worship conducted Meetings held each Friday evening .. BONESRUBBER
SecUtr' Ewnto i. th< Editor far pablicatfen 1 dsae caha : there will be. a cursory review of by the pastor' subject of sermon at-i0:30 p.-m. at the home'of H. W. ,
: A -ru current events by Mrs. W. H. Wilson "Uncle Sam, God's Favored Son Rummel Pleasant. Valley. COPPER
I'and a short drill in parliamentaryrules or. The Society had the pleasure of
the Stewardship of America Citlzen-
__ _. . .. -II.. .iiiiii..a by Mrs: W. J. F/ipp. Let us not haying: Elder T. M. Slvoer of TIRES BRASS
.. - - - - ? -- - - - - - - - - - - ship. Independence
------1---' I forget the BroVning lines which 2 Junior Mo., with us on last Friday :TUBES LEAD
m. Epworth League.
PBEVATT-SHEAROUSE WEDDING! J. J. Woodall, Mr, and Mr.) Frank head our programs .p. evening .r
One of the prettiest home wedding Bass, Mr. and Mrs. 'Jack BassJ Mrs..H. "Why stay we on this earth' unless' to 6 p.,,,Senior: League worship: ; . All are kindly Invited to attend ,ROPE, SCRAP. IRON
M. Breaker Mr. and Mrs._J.-Z. Rober-. Converted -
sermon Church these services.
solemnized in Kissimmee, occur I A Member
"Ta -
ever when Miss son, Mrs. Hattie Bass-JDr. and Mrs. m, If reached or not make After Death." | SEND IT TO US .WE ROUT JIIOnmt
red Wednesday evening, Rivers Judge and Mrs. Krlbbs Mr. the life." '
Ruby Rose Prevatt, daughter 'of Mrs. and Mrs. Best, Mr. and Mrs. IL P. SECRETARY. church.Come and worship at the horhe-likc The quarterly communion service'! of Write For P4ceUst'P1YNSIIARHFIAt

Sarah Prevatt, and George Marlon Shul, Mrs E. E. Wells. Misses Nellie i --- this church will be held Sunday and It a1
married in the Best, Maude and Clara Tyner, Ethel :
Shearhouse, Jr., were is earnestly desired that mem
Mrs. W. S.Jennings of the every
presence of a number of relatives and Roberson, Nellie Woodall, Etta May Florida Federation of Women's Culbs ber of the church be present, if possible sal c.BAY. JMKSONVtUg.nA.1 .
I friends at the Prevatt residence on Shul, Glena Crowder Lillian Prentiss, has appointed Mrs. W. J. chair-, Rev. O. B. Falls pastor. that this may be an auspiciousopening .'
Mabbette street.Quantities Gladys Casler, Nettie Newton, Ger- j man of the Junior Civic League, un- Sunday school at 9:45: N. C. Bryan, : of the work for the year.- I
I trude McKay Orpha Rose Effie Law-
of bamboo asparagus superintendent. The best qualifiedteachers I
Thomas der the Civic Department of the Fed-
t and roses were used in th, attractive son; Laura Louise Thomason, eration. This appointment gives Mrs. suited to all clsases. New MEN'S MEETING KISSIMMEE SCHOOL CHILDREN-.
and Geneva Roberson Messrs. Good-
decroation which prevailed throughout I Whidden Harold; Fripp the privilege and honor of servIng and interesting lessons. Come to the Men's Meeting. It is CARRY OFF PRIZES ;,
color and Frank
the rooms, carrying out a Preaching at 11 a. m.' subject "The
white. The {Voodall, Roscoe Roberson, Orrick and on the State Board of the F. F. worth while and is growing better all -
and .
scheme of pink green W. C. Supreme Gift to Jesus.. the time. Only an hour's service at
arch, where the "vows were plighted," I Rufus Shul, Hudson Bass, and the Baptism at close of the sermon. the Methodist Sunday school (Continued from Page 1)
was especially pretty and the dainty tire personnel of the en-I The ordinance of the Lord's Supperwill
Our attendance '
growing and interest
Concert Band. SUNRISE PRAYER MEETING actual school work will be raised to
tracery of green leaves and large full be observed after the baptism. a .
likewise. Don't fail. to tell V
blown roses made a fitting back- The advent of the New Year was Busy Bees at 2 p. m. friends what your higher standard. W. S. Cawthon,
ground for the wedding party. Shower For Bride fittingly observed Monday morning: Junior. Y. P. U. 3 p. m. staying they are missing by State high school Inspector, is the I

While the guests! were arriving, Miss Ruby: Prevatt, whose marriage when the young people's societies of Senior B. Y. P. }U., at 6:15: Sam.L. DEVOTIONAL away. COMMITTEE. chairman of this committee and with*
Mr. and Mrs. I'. K. Weaver sang "Oh to G. M. Shearouse, Jr., was solemn- I the churches throughout the city held Lupfer president. one member appointed from each
That We Two Were Maying. They I ized Wednesday night was the honoree a sunrise meeting at the Presbyteriad' Preaching at 7 p. m.; subject: "Does CHRISTIAN CHURCHRev. Congressional District, Prof. Evans i''
were accompanied by Miss Louise Tuesday afternoon at a miscellaneous ;church. A general invitation was extended Death End All!* This will be the Chisholm will at the representing this district, the Fourth ':
Thomason and this beautiful numberwas shower given 'at he homj of to the young people between first of a series of sermons on the preach have been named with power to act.
followed by the strains of Lohen- Mrs. L. H. Ingram with Mrs. Ingramas I the ages of fourteen and seventy to I general subject "What Happens Christian Church Sunday morning' on Correspondence is now being exchanged -
", hostess assisted by Mrs. Rboerson. be present and all the organizationswere After Death T"lhey& will be preachedat the subject, "The Voice From Behind." relative to the subject and it is possible .,
anpounced A pink and white color scheme was represented in the congregation, ', the evening service and promise to I At night the subject" will be, "Wha that a State-wide organization I,
W. A. Smith, best man, and Miss observed in the decorations carried and a number of winter! visitors were be one of the most interesting series Will Enter In? We extend a special will be perfected before the track ;
Ethel Roberson. bridesmaid; entered out in cut flowers and potted plants. also present. I'I, ever preached in this city. The public invitation tb the visitors of the city. meet held in April.'Political "

from an adjoining room and took their The feature of the event was the appearance All\ the churches were well represented is most cordially invited to near .
stations at either side of the rose arch. : of little Misses Geneva Ro- and a number of winter resi- them. -- :_ MERRY CLASS PARTY : Announcement
v They were followed by Mr. Shearouseand berson and Francis Bailey, in dainty dents were included in the congrega I The attractive home of Mr. and

Miss Prevatt, who paused directlv pink and white frocks, carrying a tlon. While the service took the form 1 SOUTH KISSIMMEE BAPTIST Mrs. P. K. Weaver was the scene of ,
1 I below the arch. Here they were met large basket piled high with interest- of praise and thanksgiving, a deeply a merry class party Friday afternoon I '
by Rev. C. H. Summers pastor of the Ing parcels. A merry hour was spenti devotional atmosphere pi-evaded the MISSION when Mrs. Weaver entertained her hereby annuonce myself as a candidate -
for of the
( It Mayor City of Kls-
Methodist Church, who pronounced, i nvfewing the contents of the various sanctum. Sunday;January 7. Sunday school class of the Baptist sim in the election to"be held next
i them husband and wife using the impressive packages, when exquisite fancy work Rev. A. M. Chisholm was selectedto Sunday school at 10 a. m. church. and
i ring service. decorated china and handsome linens conduct the meeting, and after the Preaching at 6.45: p. m., by the pastor A unique contest amused the guests March respectfully ask for the
of all citisens
: The bride was lovely in her simple were disclosed. A vocal number by opening) prayer by Dr. W. B. Wither- ; subject, '.Driv ....g Nails in Needy and all proved so proficient in their i support and:business-like who believe, )nathorough
white satin gowns the lines softened Mrs. P. K. Weaver and a piano selection spoon and fitting remark. by: the Places. task that the hostess resorted to. of administration -
with falls of exquisite lace and show by Miss Lucy Buckles and a read- leader, then sentence prayers were There will be a baptism of condi- "guessing pages" In order to justly I city GAY LIVINGSTON.
ing1 an occasional gleam of pearl trim- ing by Amy Makinson added greatly alternated with old familiar hymns, tionals received at the mission Sunday award the prize. This was won by '

., ming. Her face was inexpressively to the pleasure of the guests. I dear to every Christian heart. in the pool of our church up in { Miss Maude Tyner, while Irene Mil- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ON
r sweet and girlishly framed in the At a late hour a delicious fruit Almost prophetic of the coming the city. This service will take placeat ton was given consolation. Sandwiches -
dainty Juliette hood with its wreath salad was served with cakes and hot year was the brilliant ray of sunshine the conclusion of the morning cake an chocolate were served I TRIP TO ST. PETERSBURGThe
n of orange blossoms, while a tulle veil chocolate, when Miss Ethel Roberson I penetrating the stained glass windows preaching hour. late in the afternoon. I

l covered the costume_ like a cloud and! assisted. and shining on the assembly likea Come and receive a heartv welcometo On Monday the young people con- new Board of County Commissioners
7 extended in a shimmering train, Those in attendance were: Miss promise of -better things to come, all the services at this place of wor tinued the social features of the class I
.a caught at intervals with more flow- Ruby Prevatt Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Ro- and the radiant faces of the concretion ship. with a nicnlc at Shingle Creek, near' composed a party making a
eds. She carried an arm bouquet of berson, Mrs.4teorge Persons, Mrs. A. gave force to the words beards / the station. After a sumptuous din- i trip to St. Petersburg, leaving the

: bride's roses and carnations. W. Bailey, Mrs. H. W. Morrow. Mrs. quoted at the colse of the hour, "It ZION'S RELIGIO-LITERARY SOCIETY ner, the party returned to the bridge I. city Thursday, to be away a few days.It .
''r The bridesmaid was gowned in Guy Gardner, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, was good to be here"PLEASANT and spent the afemoon aking pictures is their purpose' to Inspect the thir-
white lace, combined with net and Mrs. P. K. Weaver, Mrs. S. H. Bullack, I playing games and fishing. A I ty-eight/ miles of brick paving recent-
ribbon trimmings, worn over white Jr., Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck. Mrs. H'. M. AUTO PARTY Following is the announcement of. o'clock lunch completed the fun. I II ly put down in the Sunshine City said

oaessaline. Pfann, Mrs. Henry Aultman, Mrs. I to be the best in the State.
Immediately following the ceremony Sarah Prevatt, Misses Ruby Ellis, Dr. and Mrs. W. B. With rspoon, //3 The Frances Willard Union of the
n 7 a while good wishes and congratulations Ethel 1 Roberson, Laura Thomas, Or Misses Lucy Manie and Mr. John K. evening. The Young Men's invitedby Classtaught C. T. U. will entertain at the re- W. O. Hobbs and S. N. Cornwall of I{
W. H. Jones
showered the hap- Witherspoon Miss Bessie Moneley, I by were ception held in the Hart Memorial
were Rose Lilian Prentia. Gertrude Mc-
upon in
pha Tampa were the city Wdenesday en
the ladies and shared in I f
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Moseley. Mr. W. L. young Building
ice served. next Tuesday evening, and
py couple, an course was Kay, Glena Crowder, Lucy Buckles, which route home after spending some time .
the of the evening
and Master Elmore Griffin pleasures ,
ice and cakes Moseley I an especially attractive has
.Y' The cream carrying Amy Makinson, Maude and Louise program in St. Cloud on business.
C ; out the pretty color motif. I Thomason Marie Huddleston and Wednesday an auto party to DeLand : consisted of popular games, singing been arranged.! Tea will be served. I
and the of lunch
Misses Geneva serving a light
Jeanette Prevatt Maude .
Roberson, Etta May Shul and, Irene Alice Wagner.ENTERTAIN Dr. Witherspoon made an addressto I Many expressed their appreciation of ,! A special meeting of the Priscilla WHAT IS
the student conference in annual the pleasant occasion. | Club is called for
:, Ingram assisted in serving. January 14, at the j
: While Mr. Shearouse has only recently VISITORSA cession at Stetson University at 11 I The following were present: Lent home of the president, Mrs. J. L.
become a resident of Kissim- capacity audience filled the Hart ,o'clock on "Leadership," for which he Harris, Ollie Cayson, Mattie Wheeler, Overstreet, when plans for a display
w -mee, he is a favorite with old and Memorial Building Tuesday evening 'had been previously engaged.On Mabel Bowen. Jennie Bowen, Nome I at the Osceola County Fair will be LAXFOSLAXFOS '
alike who recognize in him a at the reception held for the winter the return trip, John Wither- I I Driggers, Nellie Hansel), Pansy Bowen considered.Mrs. .
i' young man of sterling worth and high visitors i now in the city. Mrs. W. B. spoon boarded the train at Sanford Nellie Bowen, May Hansel) Robert I.
1 \
A young ideals. He has identified himself with Maknison assisted by Miss Elizabeth for Maryville, Tenn., where he is a Johns Tom Arnold, Will Wheeler, I II S. B. Aultman and her daugh- is
the business interests of the' city as Aultman, was hostess for the evening, student and assistant teacher in chem- Eddie Dukes Walter Lorenz, Percy I[!ter Miss Elizabeth will be "at home" an improved Cascara;. '
the director of the Kissimmee Concert and had arranged the following enter istry in Maryville College. I Harrelson, Pitt Johns Roy Stroup, I I Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. (itonic-lmtlH) 11I1I.t to take' '.
I mc tuining program: The others arrived home about 7 Rollie Arnold Paul Lee, Lewis Har- Robert Williamson, of
Bands in which capacity he I I Macon Ga. No la;LAX-FO3 the Cascara improved by
very efficient, and is also connected I New Year. Tlk, Rev. 0. B. Falls. o'clock in the evening, having had a rell. Will Colston, Marvin Dr ggen. I invitations will be issued. the addition of certain harmless chainm

; c with the management of the Corner Piano Number Miss Lucy Buckles. most delightful outing. I, ______ > lV n icals which Increase the efficiency! of tb*
Drug Store. Voice, "Somewhere A Voice Is Call-" KISSIMMEE WOMEN'S CLUB Al Hupple, the genial representative Cascara, making It better than ordlaal'J'lI
The bride is the charming and accomplished ing. Encore, "If I Were A Rose ENTRE NOUS CLUB The regular meeting of the Kissim- of the Hupple Brothers was a Caacara. LAX-FOS plemkant to take ''ya..

u daughter of Mrs. Sarah Mrs. Burroughs." Mrs. Milton Pledger was a charming mee Women's Club will be at Hart' business visitor in Kissimmee Wednesday and does not gripe nor disturb stomach.
Prevatt and is loved and esteemed by Reading, At The Photographers hostess Tuesday afternoon; entertaining I Memorial building at 8. p. m., Tuesday in the interest of the. Willard Adapted to children: as well as adults
a host of friends who have known her Mist Amy Makinson. the Entre Nous at a regular' January 9.. storage "battery service station. Just try one bottle for constipation. SOc.
"Still As The Night Miss
\ through her childhood and young Maude Alice Wagner. meeting. Fashioning dainty pine A full attendance members, is desired ------ -- .. .
iv. - -- - --
V womanhood. needle baskets occupied the :
Musical attentions as important matters concernIng
Reading "Just A.Wearyln'
L The esteem in which the young people For You/' Miss Laura Thomas. of the guests and a delicious Ice coursowas teh work for the new year, 1917,
are held in. the community was served in the dining, room. A will be discussed. Each member is
ai evidenced by the number of handsome Voice,. "Beauty's Eyes. Encore, number of Victrola records completed' asked to bring her ideas on public J
-Helen N. B. Carson.
as well as worthy presents received by this pretty social event. needs in our community, as an open
"I Hear A Thrush At Eve.
.. them. One worthy of special mentionwas Voice "When Is Sweet Mias Those present were: Mrs. Pledger, discussion is contemplated which may The of the world
Song ,
the beautiful chest of silver pre Susie f'ncoret Mrs. H. W. Meetch Mrs. C.. N. Paver, help to make for better "team work eyes ,
sented by the band. Medal "A Mrs. H. W. Morrow, Mrs. J. McPhatter in \the club and for a better and more
Owing to Mr. Shearouse's business Readings (a") Strange Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. IL D. progressive Kissimmee.
connection, the people will 'not Legend of Bohemia, Miss Margaret Alexander and Mrs. E. E. Wells.
A short program will be added, to
"c leave on a trip at this time, but have Charlie Stanford Regero.(b) "Appeal To Arms, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords will he hostess give entertainment to the afternoon. I are on' the man whoSAVES. -

taken apartments at the home of Mr. ta..the meeting next Monday after- The meeting will be open and visitorsare
Song, "Mother McChree, Mrs. Bui"roughs. -
and Mrs. L. R. Farmer on Mabbelte noon. cordially invited to be present.
street, and will be at home to their Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson, Presi
after February 1. An informal social hour concluded
this pleaaant! evening', when strangerswrere U. D. C. dent.Anne
The guest list follows: J. B. Pre- Bryan Carson, Secretary.
vatt. brother of the bride, from Win- inivetd to register in the guest' Meeting at Hart Memorial on
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ter Haven; another brother W. J. book. Wednesday afternoon, December 10,
at 3 o'clock. I Important that all mem DANCING PARTY
+ Prevatt, from Rodman; Mr. and Mrs.J. .
bers should be present. Mrs. Eugene C. Bryan, hostess, ata
Perry Byrd and son of Leesburg', MOTIIERS'-TEACHERS' CLUB
Rev. and Mrs. C. II. Summers Mr. and MRS. B. K. MOSELEY Sec'y. dancing party for the younger set
On January 12, at 3 p. m., in the Wednesday evening at her home on
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mr. and Mrs. I High School office, the Mothers'- J .

H. M. Pfann Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Teachers' Club will meet for its reg- CHAPEL ENTERTAINEDThe ,Clyde Receiving avenue.the guests were the hostess i i

Weaver, Mayor May Mr: and Mrs. L. I ular monthly business session. There! Young Ladies' Class of the and her sisters, Misses Jo and
$ H. Ingram and daughter, Irene; Mrs. are several plans for future work, Bethel Baptist Chapel were entertained Dot Makinson.
Howells. Dr. and Mrs. May, Mrs. 'which must be considered and there are in a New Year's party by their Music was furnished by the Victrolaand I

Smith, Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Carson, thing already attempted which have te..cher.. Mrs E. S. Hall, at her homeon dancing was indulged in until a > for a moment man
'Mrs. Fannie Roberson, Mr. and Mrs. not reached completion. One event to North Clyde avenue, on Monday late hour. PAUSE young

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Fruit punch was served throughoutthe a thought to self. The
I Mrs. D. R. Blemifl, presided at the problems that confront
punch bowl, and during the intermission you now, or

.+ an ice cream course was served. will few
.M Mrs. Bryan was assisted in looking a years hence.Look .

after her guests by Mrs. D. R. Blemis,
Miss Mildred Lee and Miss Mildred )

Turville. About thirty guests at- about you-the men of affairs in country, state, aatiOD-

,7 N tended. yes, in the world, are the men who started te save early in life. i

{ ABILITY JOLLY LAUNCH PARTYA I They have the respect and confidence of the cODlmall ty. *'.

jolly of winter '
party visitors
chartered the Water Lily\ E. E. Fairbanks ],!; Then look on the other side-at the fellows who spend all they

: commodious launch, Wednesday make-they may have a rood time for a while, but what.. doe ,their
and spent the day sight-seeing personality reflect
about beautiful Lake '
The featuring event of TOhOpekaliR'a'l
the picnic dinner served A dollar or so deposited in this bank will be the

c t To secure funds for all the legitimate needs of our customers is Park and the visit to the neighboring nucleus of an honorable, independent career.

not. the least of the advantages offered by this bank. groves and an inspection of the oil Make your betinninf now-today. Your bank
well which is being sunk there. Re- book will
S I A reasonable balance) with U'. adequate security or good endorse turning late in the afternoon the" party pave way. 0 ,
2'six reported the fishing as "fme, thoughIt

11 3 ments for such loans as a commercial bank should make are the main was understood that few fish were :
caught. In the party were Robert i
r t a .4 considerations for our customers to provide. We can get the money Roboken and daughters, Misses Grace State Bank'
tY '' I : and Jessie; J. Miller and granddaughter .
;' for them. Cecile all of Marysville, Ohio; I
Mr. and ide.. J. II. Rader of Kenton, I ;
Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. D. Eliot Atwoodof '
'5th.. .... .f,e..Clock -- Chelmsford Masse; Charles Firman of Kissimmee ,"

and daughter, Minnie of Oneonta N. ,

Y.; Mr.MeSdames and Mrs Green and .onl and Robert Edmonds Capital stock __________________ ____ ____ '$190,000.00 $

k.L CITIZENS BANK ; of Hartwick Snodjrrass N. Y.; Mr. Ben-- Resource ever _______________________-____ 400000.00

nett and daughter Miss &sther, of -f'
Kentucky, and,J. II. MePhatter of Officer and Director \ ;
OF KISSIMMEE this city. -: '
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