Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 12, 1917
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00785
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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L Bulkhead Plans Prepared; .. Inland r .. ijav Canal- Project Takes"' -' v, ( l , '

% . Ready To Be Submitted Definite a.pPlan Outlined* ;

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l Osceola Is Included
Kissimmee County
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P. A. Van Agnew, Originator el fke .Project, Give; Ex
Tkrourk the Earnest Effort 'of Conndhnaft. Eugene C.
'J.. planatioa of_'Piaa! Propeeed for "Naviiatioa. District"Has
v Bryan Chairman of Bvlkheadiaf Committee, the .
Receipted" l d...... Fro* Every....'t..
Modi Desired Project I*About to B.como a Reality I'
Wkosa Project Has Been Explained
Up to Citizen Now to Get Together. : : .
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.\' The great Inland canal project for the East Coast, St.Johns' .; )
That Kissimmee'* lake front will be bulkheaded. VaU.'U aumlng
Ute Kilmmee .
River and some
,;::' thereby bringing Into realization the accomplishment of .
:i much desired and all-important project, Is an assured definite shape the territory through which the'waterway

: fact. This Is made ,so through the untiring: efforts of is to' traverse having been canvassed and'the Ant draft!

Councilman: Eugene C. Bryan chairman of the bulkhead for 'p bllcatl n of the Navigation.district has been com-J'

committee who hat left nothing undone to further the pleted. Much interest has been aroused, and assurance of,.

;S great improvement for the city. Mr. Bryan received then support have been received from many 'of the' main title*

who along''the route outlined" A. fewMays ago F. I. Hamllv:
following. telegram from 3. R. Little the man expect :- 1
- to undertake the work a few days ago: _ I ton, of New Smyrna secretary of the Florida East Coast' .
JL Canal Association wa in Kl.*lmmee, for the purpose,of
MIAMI. Fla.. Jan. 6..-Eugene C. Bryan. KIs- ascertaining to what extent J ..lmm.. and Osceolst! conn v.'

almmee, Fla.-Expect to bo there with plans not ty might participate in the movement; talked the matter

later than January 15. J. R. LITTLE. over with the Board of County Commlssloner8'the''City\

This will indeed be good news to every citizen of Kissimmee. Council Board of Trade, and other representative ciyiens,< '

.1 The project has been underway-for a considerable ___ with the result that he left satisfied that1 this section of: '

time, during which no (stone was left unturned to the State can be 'depended upon for It* share In this important .

bring it to successful conclusion. movement..

C It will be remembered that home weeks ago surveyors It 1* necessary ty: get the full sentiment of the people

were in this section. They have completed their work on the canal project and ''with this end hv 'view' it has <.
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have made their report as to the exact I flfltLtfltLtflflt1nJnnJ--tntrJ-u-u-utJ-nnJtnnrr-- ______ I been suggested that a meeting baldwtiELs ;

:V: iv extent and cost of the approaching S at some -central point to dlacuu'th.

% ..Tjr; bulkheadlng of the waterfront. Prior KISSIMMEE RIVER PROJECTS INCLUDED : Of JUSTICE IN COUNTY COURT different features of the plan. ,('Thena -
, ,> by Mr. Klackley of the firm of Klyce the Job'in proper shape.* There
>> <*' A Klackley engineers.were on the IN THE RIVERS AND HARBORS BILL C TURN BRISKLY DURING PRESENT TERM should b. at.this .get-together': :one

' I 'grond, went over every detail and ex delegate to represent each incorporate
pressed themselves as seeinr no reason -I ed city and town, one delegate- for .

..>. why the work should not be start- MEASURE CARRIES WITH IT $47- WILLIAM CHASE TEMPLE DEAD; COMMUNITY. FESTIVAL OFFERS LARGE NUMBER OF CASES DISPOSED each Board commercial of County body Commissioner;"one from Special the' ;'
4d a* soon a* the survey was completed '
-on the basis of Issuing bulkhead 000 FOR NEW PROJECT AND BODY. TAKEN TO WASHINGTON. WHOLESOME ENTERTAINMENT : OF BY JUDGE MURPHY invitation ..should .be extended to /
certificates the reclaimed land -t. the State of fleers,4he Florida delegation ,
: against ,
and the
In payment for the work. The visit of -'- at Washington,
; ft' Mr. Little within a few day with hisS i THE RIVER. -- I Mack Beloved Gtfxe*'of Florida A' I- Presenting a. 'Pro.ana.f E1oqia.S .. FOR THE,TERM. Representative at Tallaba.**..;

'\. plans will be a very important matter iwers Ike. Final. Suuseiu- Wat :: Speakers, Cempajiv' Dramatic From New Smyrna come the MWsTthat
5, and it will then give the nubile a correct " ----:--. I ,-t ? -' \ New York capital ha already
idea and understanding. of the When the rivers and iiaibors bill is Mayor Winter Park < Stan, Made and Entertainer The'.county'court. Judge T. H. Murphy becomeInterested and the construe-;; .'

J' work .. outlined// repoHel to Congress within the next had\ a lively '...slon during the tion.of boat to navigate the canal If. f'.
: Small Cost to City reported to be nndef way. As to the' .
few days, it will include improvements William Chase of .
Temple mayo An event thai will mean much for week cases coming for consideration
That the protect cnn be carried out of the Kissimmee river according to many up convention suggested a'number of .
' at comoaratively small cost to the city the following telegram received by the' Winter Park, died at Orlando Tuesday Kissimmee, and which is heralded and -di patch.- Business title have extended formal InvitaVtions "r

a or to the taxpayero generally Is clear. Valley Gazette yesterday from Congressman following brief illness. He was with keen anticipation of pleasure i is was concluded Thursday morning, -Orlando and Sanford ""being i ..
Under the proposed plans the city' Sears: one of the most prominent men in the Community Festival, which is to when adjournment was taken for the two of them. Now i* the time to get;: >. \
share of the expense would be foi only term. the Kissimmee people together and. ,11:'
Florida one of the richest and most be here March 1st to 5th under the -
one-third of the area embraced in the have the meetings held here. It I.
"Washington. D. C.. Jan. 11.-Kissimmee Several ,
streets passing through the benefited Valley Gazette: Kiswimmee public-spirited, originator of the general direction of the'Southern parties were brought before perfectly'natural that a central point 'I

i land, which is a small portion. Under river maintenance, $4,000; new project world's series baseball games; in 1894, Chautauqua System, George Seldeq His Honor for operating automobile should be selected, and there would be

the legislative act of 1915 assessmentswill Kiaeimmee river, $47,000, will h* donating the Temple cup to the winners Waldo president, Gainesville, Fla. vehicles without first having supplied no better point than this city. Much .
be made against the property included in rivers and harbors bill of the world's series He This of themselves with the necessary licenses work on this project is necessary be.- ;,.,
benefit by the improvement, and- when reported.-W. J. SEARS." games. means a season inspirationand and fore the meeting of the Legislature. t (
was 64 of born in Florida, these were given )u.tice according
years age -
this will be in the shape of a lien upon < resided wholesome entertainment, during : and there must be quick action. :i:'
in Chicago and Pittsburg fora
the property against which it is made; Final agreements Were reached "on number of returning this which time will be presented a pro- to the merits of the case. Several Route To Be Traversed v ,' 'fi

; the method of making these assessment the annual rivers and harbors measure state in 1905, years since which time he had pram of eloauent speakers, a companyof cases of criminal nature were disposed Complete outlines of the draft have ,-- >j;?
U; shall be provided by ordinance, Wednesday by the House committee. been active in the organization and development dramatic stars, music and of, while a few damage suits not yet been made, but it I I. said that ,
and shall be in accordance with law Congressman Spark man, chair of the citrus industry. The delightful entertainers gorgeous community found on the docket. The record for roughly speaking, the preliminary />. ;i;
and after full notice to all parties in man, will report the bill at once, with following i is from the Eveningeport- betterment event, for the county, the the week was as follows: draft includes all the East Coast route, J .Tit'"'
interest that the of each the St. Johns River route connecting "
; amount assessment the hope of having it taken as soon J. E. Foxworth <
t up er-Star, of Tuesday announcing Mr. town and the home. On the programwill obtaining lodging .. :..
so made shall be payable in as the pending postoffice bill is disposed Temple demise with intent to defraud nolle with the East Coast at Tkusville .
', .. equal installments : appear: ,Prossed. continuing the St. Johns River ,)(1
.,. covering a period dr. up .
"William Chase 64 Joe larceny
of not exc'diig ten shall Temple, aged The Wales Players in "Rejuvena- Story, petty ; nolle and conectintr creek and lake to the ri
The new project was recommendedby "
died at 2:30: o'clock this morning following ation. by Warner Harding author of prossed.
l;' bear Interest at the rate of 6 nr cent the Chief of Engineers in 1913 andis Gaskins Kljsimtnee Valley. thence down theKitsimmee .
a* hemorrhage. He had beenill "Graft; Ben R. Vardaman, editor Henry transporting hogs "
fi. per annum from the day it is fixed and the maintaining of a channel thi--tv for few not been River to Lake Okeechobee
only a days, though he had Merchant Trade Journal and president having inspected, continued.Will .
;';'\ determined, and shall immediately become feet wide and three feet d.-en at mean suffered for. from a ul- National Community Association Fertic, larceny of hog, contin across the lake and back to the coast*. 1
years gastric I ; \
.f" a lien upon the property and remain low tide from th? c'ty of Kiss'mmea! ; 'er. In addition to this ailment he Castle Entertainers ued. through the canals to Fort Lauderdale -;.
.oi Square Amer ..
such lien until and Miami. The of the Cal-
paid. to Lake Okenchobcbv mea-s of had cardiac trouble. The seriousnessof I ica's Finest Male Susanna O. Henderson assault and battery people
Quartet ,
y Y1', Recently the City Council took the dredging at an estimated cost of $47- his illness was not suspected until (Cocroft the noted Woman; Physical nolle pressed. oosahatrhee River section have recent.d
6 matter under consideration, and such 000 for construction of a dredge and I last evening, when Dr. C. D. Christ of I Culturist; the New York Artist Trio Tom Bryant, obtaining money under Iv signified their "anxiety,to get their
'f. steps have been taken by that body to its operation for one year, and $3,000 Orlando, was called into connultation and Bettie Booker, internationally false pretenses: continued.W. "name in the pot.
1:' give the project the necessary impetus" for maintenance thereafte The river with Dr. Roland F. Hotard. They left famous musical artists; the Royal S. Holton, carrying! concealed Vans Agnew/ OriginatorThe
1< to "clear the decks for action. The maintenance of $4,000 is a fund asked the house rather in the I was found formation of the "navigationdistrict"
early evening.At Orchestra weapons guilty by the
Venetian a superb company
chairman of the for its the build.
) committee who has has object
for to continue the improvement of I
that time Mr. Temple appeared to of Italian musicians; Chas. I). jury and was fined $250 and costs or
r- labored diligently along this line, assisted the river during the fiscal year of be resting well. At 10 o'clock Dr. Ho Roberts, the well-known cartoonist fire months' impHnonment. ing of a ship canal through the heartof
by his committee, has now 1918, as follows: Operation of United Jack Florida. and Is original with P. A.
tard, who lives nearby called the second I(and entertainer.A .j Sullivan, intent to defraud,
"r brought the matter to such a point States dredge and snagging party, time. Mr. Temple was sleeping more complete announcement of continued. vans Agnew, who has already received -
"r r where action wlil be taken at once. At two months, at $1,5001,000; building but awoke soon with a violent start. this week of entertainment will be Kelly Prescott, intent to injure and the endorsement of everyone to
I. S the last meeting they reported that bulkheads and cut-off dams, The physician warned him that he made in the near future. defraud, not guilty. whom the prolect has been explained. -
the survey had been completed, and $1,000 total. 4000. Mach Bros. It would entail the expenditure of
; must be quiet. Mr. Temple replied I vs. Fred Bass and R. T. '
that estimates on the work would be Butlar about $10.000.000, would provide thewater'route
that bad
a dream had awakened him. damages $200
submitted within a short time. Mr. I The shock is believed to have started KILLED DEER WITH SEVENTEEN Jury found assumpsit in favor of complainant{ lrithe through Florida giving a
: made estimate MASONS HOLD BIG MEET sheltered from the western t4-
Bryan an of the cost, waterway
the bleeding (he had suffered from sum of $107.36 and costs.
which he submitted, to be in the neigh POINTS ON ANJLERS RECENTLY Parker-Blake Co. coast to the east, and affording points
hemorrhage previously) and he failedto v* Kissimmee.
;; borhood of SI25,000, there being about adjacent to the canal low freight rate'
Drug Co.
rally. damages $200. Defendantto
; 700,000 cubic. yards ofdirt, to be re M.Kissimmee, held an interesting Chapter No.session 10, R.Mon A. "The funeral services will be con Former County Commissioner O. R. pay $111.14 principal, with interestand made possible by water carrier competition -
: moved. with railroad lines. Mr. Van
ducted from the home tomorrow aft- Bass was In town a few days ago, having costs.
4 '. day >> jght) which was attended by
The mntv of { ) has that the
a financing the work Agnew suggested expense -
' 'prominent visitors from different sec- ernoon at 3 o'clock. Dr. George Mor- just returned\ a hunting tripJin I Mach, Bros. vs. Grover Huppel, '
would not be of such at least half
difficult The (
a a
very one. the Jack Hammock in *'
Ward, Of Rolling Slough, com- damages referred to referee.
president $200
f ,' i tions of the country. Refreshments gan
mon situation is such that there of which would be by the Federal
with .
of friends. Mr.
the nany a party |I J. S. libel
lege conducting services. Thestud'ents Sallet information
j were served and a royal good time '
& would be no difficulty in of government) bn borne by properI I
Bass time of
. of Rollins will attend in reported a good plenty quashed.The .
wa enjoyed by all thosepesent. The
the certificates issued against the ty owners benefited by the project. A i i
body. After the services, the casket game; and believes that he is the following were charged with
of and
I I degree Most Exalted Master,
bulkhead I vast would receive direct and
Chicago 1 1mat.I
t. oruperty. Recently a. deer acreage
champion' hunter of Osceola
Royal Arch were conferred will be brought to Orlando for shipment operating autos without license: A. .
upon ftt that-
bond house eommunlcated..withthe h-n > to such an extent
I to Washington, where the body county at this writing. He is author Rosen, $5 and costs another
authorities Mayo May, W. B. Crawford and B. I ; case, $1 th4 individual cost would be
here Informa- acre
asking E- Haley. Among the prominent will be cremated fulfilling a requestof ity for the statement that the.,buck and costs; Henry Fertic, $5 one case, per dollarvahuition '
mill the
tion the less th.n ne-h.lf
proposed it
their on desire to bid on whatever work certificate being I visitors present were Hon. W. R. the deceased. The ashes\ will then he brought down was of immense size, SI in another; K. McPherson;. $5; O. and such immense profits' ., I if'
be returned to Winter Park for burial. having seventeen points on the ant P. Luhr $1 D. G. noil ,A}
: McKay ,
O'Neal of Orlando Grand High Priestof pross- ; .
e :
bonds be Issued. would to those prhoe property 43was << ,
.. or might Means Much I the State; Dr. A. J. Holt Arcadia Undertaker Hand will have charge of. lers. This means that the deer was ed; Dave Cayson, $1: W. A. McCooJ I effected accrue that no -serious oppo V :, \I:
1". Improvement ex-High' Priest of KUaimmee Chanter the arrangements." about seventeen year! old. two counts, $1 in each case.
.i ./ The improvement along the lakefront ; H. Harper and J. J. Tucker of Many of his friends witnessed the I tion is anticipated. The Legislature1will .
r-V; will be the biggest thing that I Grand Rapids,' Mich. 3. Miller and H. BUTTERICK PATTERNS SOON trophy .of his hunt and enjoyed fine ,BIG ORANGE GROVE SALE be asked to pass a'law authoris-
J Ing the creation of "navigation di-,
... occurred for this section of the steaks of venison. ,
4>\S_ ever state. It will mean a great deal more I E.Piano Seabnrry of Daytona.of Long Island and H. C. TO BE AT,.QUALITY STORE. IS REPORTED_FROM ORLANDO(tricti" similar to the road drainage t

r than is realized. by the average citi- GLEE CLUB GRAYSTONE or school district; the appolntment'of
and it now behoove. everyone to I C. W. Dann, manager of the Quality, Information has been received of a supervising board to handle the preliminary .,
L' vet'xen together, put their, shoulders tot GEN. FOSTER NOT REAPPOINTED; Store Inc., will receive a tall-line ofBatterick CASINO .S TURDAY NIGHT th* sale of the CoL T. J., W.tklns'"i: .detail andhe ultimate 1-;
'the wheel and help in the great work. I patterns in. a few days, an Lake Berry orange and grapefruit!, nance and sale of bond to cover the',"'
4f ". The dvic and trade bodies are in line announcement of which it makes in a Music-loving people should not.miss grove in Orange county, the consideration -.oroperty own...'. share of the expense;, ''I
ft for much assistance, and a great deal I Jt has been'reported front Tallahassee I display advertisement on :page five. the concert. of the Columbia College being $100,000. ,.Thegrove ia Plan Explained by Mr. Vase Agnew .
.will depend the support given by that Governor Catta bat appointed I This WIll be a most complete assortment Glee Club, .which will be.held at the about seven year old and nnnJr'that) \In a recent issue of the Jacksonville
b.,1; :.these. It is upon a big* undertaking, but i:J.;B. Christian! of that city to the of. of the latest in :o-attem-./ '. Graystone Casino Saturday night. The time with the'exception: .. of a period Metropolis. Mr Van Agnew rave' out
.tbere b nothing too bll' f9r the enter.DrtSing .flee of Adjutant General of'th. State; fin another column speaking of the e1zb-Ia one of the best 1llQll1eaf'orpaJ- of-six months; baa been under th..the following- explanation of the plan i'
.,., ." .0; ' and ' dtiseas of succeeding General J. Clifford R.: .Fc4ter. store fir general an.unintentional error sation to be found :anywhere. ,.and can and direction of W, R.-Tatev,, The for the proposed "navigation dis!, '11:
JQuimm. CoqneflmanBryan bu ..'who' has been at the heal of'.th. was made by.tke-writer, ii'referring everybody should attend. ..-. ''. v v'.Sunday ' .ale was made- to 8..A. Gerard' Co.,I triet..z.) ', J.. '. .. .-.. . ,
"5 .v'; done his pet,'_ ,more to,"and it is mlUtaryxairairf. for!'3nsy:year* to the"(establishment a*the Dam: De : tnighv theeh.>bwHl, r approve.and Mr. Christian 1* a JrireleV of the Capf- partmen'',sto when' it should h ve sacrod concert sit th. First :Baptist of one' of/- the finest," citrus bill.would: be the creattoi D .,. an ad."f1't
.. ,. ,,1..1.'nowwp'to you, !o | tal City a former,damnste: ,ofthe. been the .Quality.Storey Ine, which church to which. the public Is cordially rriSvea tor itt are ia the stats of Flor-l l ;'(,'
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'! 1 '. ) i4NNO '.f." + EVANGELIST MEETINGS. BEGIN'. TBI. K. GLOSSY'HAIR'' tit< : \ i i.r

t dew GRIFFINStaple SUNDAY MORNING II O'CLOCKDr. ., GlrUl! -Try iu-! -Hair Gets... colt.<,f, fluffy_ l The Favorite Sty-m Kittimmee I ''

[ fDirector and .beautiful-Get a 25 cent .
S. M. Martin EvanceEst andDaitW. : bottle .f Danderine.. - -

ANDLICENSED ,, aDd Fancy. Mrs: Hitcher. SU- If you caN"for- s heavy, Hair* that I. ,. ,

ist. 'e U Heard. glistens with beauty and is radiant FURNITURE
EMBALMER GROCERIESFree .:..- with life; hat an incomparable softness ?
An.evangelistic campaign will be Danderine.Just and is. fluffy and 'lustrous; try .

1 Store and Chapel, Stewart. A.... Delivery to all Parts conducted at Sunday the Christian morning: dwrcheoromenclnQ' at 11 one' application, doubles the
beauty of hair -
besides it
XI......... Fla.J of the City o'clock to be conducted by Dr. S, M. dissolves your every particle Immediately of-

dandruff. You can not have nice -WEHAVEIT ,
W. B. Crawford Lee JarreU ......................0.,.. heavy, healthy hair if you have dand .
ruff. This destructive scurf robs the
CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW' hair of Its lustre, its strength and its I
A Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Jones have returned -7 very life, and it not overcome it pro- _
to their home in Anniston! duces a feverish ness and: itching of
't, Offices: 4, 6, et and 7 Cittzeoj Ala., after a pleasant visit with Mrs. the scalp; the hair roots famish, loosen -
Bank Building W. W. Bell. Mrs. Jones, who was for and die; hen the hair falls out In connection with our Hardware line we carry a complete .
Klsstmmee. Florida I merly Miss Bessie Chapman, of this fast. Surely get a 2 -oont bottle o( fine of furniture. We male a specialty of outfitting hornet, and I
\ is of Mrs. Bell's. Knowlton's
city a cousin Danderine from any drug -
fondle reliable
DR. W. W. CARSON j store and just try It. 1a.!
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Office .over DENTrST Pilley BuildingOffice AUTO LIVERYDAY der the teaching of this intellectual Bed .Room Furniture, Dining i i
giant, and drank in the truth like
Hour. 8 It 1 6
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Office 'Phone 168 Residence: Thone IQaa w I.hirtsy man drinks from a crystal Room Suits, Kitchen Outfits, Parlor -
Admlnlaterod for Extraction of OR. NIGHT spring. It was seldom that the
Teeth crowds of people\ could be accommo- Suits Odd Chairs Rockers
Phone 242 dated. No religious( meeting has ever, ,
KRIBBS & STEED I Long or Short Trips at Reasonable I heretofore of people, brought in out New such Albany multitudes Couches, Etc. .

ATTUltNKYH AT LAW I Rates. Seven-Passenger TouringCar ; New Albany Dally Ledger (New Albany .
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II Ind.) .
Legal business of all kinds given At Your Service.
attention. I "The Rev. S. M. Martin, the evan- This store it making a record for itself in the matter of
prompt | gelist, is a wonderfully fluent and
Offices 11 and II State Bank Bldg.i i iKlssimmee. I J. D. GREENTHE I II suasive He keeps up from per- helping people to outfit domes. Come and see. Our price are
i Florida. .j start to finish a continual flow of elo-
U INN, POSSIELAVE. Dr. Martin Evangelist t quence, dropping with startling suddenness -

+ T. M. RIVERS. M.D. I J I Martin, assisted by his daughter Mrs.Hatcher .. to .ide- from pl tting the laughter.heights of He oratory keepshis rifhtTOOLS'
chorus director and soloist.They
i PHYSICIAN and SURGEON audience in a constant state of
are hgihly recommended by. the perplexity, not knowing wrrether to FOR ENGINEERS -
a Office over Oscoola PharmacyPnon. I press Dr. Martin being an evangelistof loosen their neckties or use their hand-
national fame, and his daughter a kerchiefs. In fact, one old gentleman
Office Residence lea Ii singer of unusual talent. The public in the audience was observed to be No matter what kind of aa Engine you kave-Gas, Sttaaa,
,1if t Estate is extended attend. a .most cordial invitationto choking with laughter and cryin-- piteously Railroad or Stationary E.ria.-w. have eiactir tfce Teals ye*

i t J. A. TROVILLION M. D. 5SLl l. _dHl? : I Following are home excerpts from -San Francisco between hie Examiner.gasps for breath." need in your everyday work-W..cIr., Hammers, Oilers, etc,
Special Attention to leading papers of the country, which all of the beat quality and workaianskip. and at prices that will
;, CANCER. GOITRE and Realty bought and sold. speak for themselves: '
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Houses rented "During Dr. Martin's stay in the OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL ISSUES surprise ,... This store has) tke reputation of .handling only
Orlando Office-Boardman Building city he has created greater interest in ':HANDSOME JANUARY BOOKLET hardware tkat is of superior qualify and.yo will snake ne ....-
Taxes and Titles verified
8tolla.m. paid religious circles than any evangelist take in here NOW and stock.
coming inspecting our big
f Winter Park Offlc2 to 4 and II for non-resident who has been in Colmbus for years. A I
j to 8 p. m. sepl 6mo pdt Fire. Life and Accident In conservative estimate of the audiences The monthly booklet issued by the
: I that have heard the Gospel during the pupils of the Osceola High School has
surance. revival places the aggregate at over been distributed, and is one of the best
; LEWIS O'BRTAN Indemnity Bond 40,000. The services at the church at numbers ever sent out.. Full of Inter- Ii
I the Board of Trade auditorium, theY Osceola Hardware Company
', ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ...................... ... M. C. A. and the railroad shops esting matter compiled by the editors,
have all been inspiring and uplifting.The the booklet is a credit to all who hada
.r Waring Building. good accomplished in the moral part in the publication. The "Uto- '
i ., FOR RENT and spiritual blessing to the people of lakean" i is a fixture, and anxiously )I..
this city is unmeasurable. A remarkable

looms unfurnished and furnished. awaited by the school children as wellas
feature of the meetings has been
louses[ unfurnished and furnished.! the large number of men who have attended the general public. i MEMBER OF PENNSYLVANIA nick-named' the Pennsylvania "Wild-
f ALAN J. MacDONOUGH Also city properties, farms, citrus and frequently there have From a typographical standpoint cat" J4/ iment. He is an interesting'and
W' Registered ArchitectAND trucking and grazing lands for sale. been more men present at the servicesthan I the book cannot be improved -upon. I "WILDCAT" REGIMENT HERE entertaining speaker, and delightsin
women.-Columbus (Ohio) Evening Neatly printed, the cover page contains referring to the experiences of the
\\l-lIX THE ELITE I ftEALTY PARLOR. i Press. pictures of the school the cuts | One of the most interesting visi- war with the many comrades he finds f
ENGINEERj j "Dr. Martin-the evangelist, is the being used for the first time. There is tors to Kissimmee- in the person of I in ',this section of the country. lie is -...
BRONS&N BLDC.. KISSIMMRS.FLA. I I MRS. SUMMERS, Manager. most Rifted man who ever conducted'quite an improvement in the cover, be- Ja prominent citizen of the northern
'Capt. L. A. Craig, of Brooksville, Pa.,
., ,'207 Bass St., cor. Brack N Kissimmee such services in the city of New Al ing printed on a fine grade of heavy state, having had the honor of being
Two blocks pbrth of Christian church.C. bany and this is the greatest revival'ever paper, the photo brown ink used mak- 'accompanied by his wife, stopping I)11 member of the "ilst Congress from
i held in a Christian church in'this ing it a finished product. with Judge and :Mrs. G. F. Kribbs. Pennsylvania.. J..
Pat Johnston a. P. Garrets F. THRASHER city. Dr. Martin's fund of Informa.j They will be here for several woeks. I .
ss JOHNSTON & GARRETTdATTbRNEYATLAW tion seems inexhaustible. He w Rev. H. Bowen pastor of the Methodist -,. Mrs. Craig is a sister! of Mrs. Kribhs. I Ii
SHEET METAL WORKER read upon almost every branch of church at D&Land, and Rev. A. R.'I.' Captain Craig is a veteran of the i, Drives Out Malaria,Builds Up System
v learning. He presents a striking personality Adkins, pastor of the Perry Avenue war between the states having been a The Old Standard reoeral trcng-lhentUB tonic .
Mtal Roof. Pat on andi and a strong physical man- Church at Jacksonville, were in the member of the 105th nnsylvania CROVR TA8TKCKSS TONIC.drl.e.out
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Ban II
1 Building Guaranteed hood. For the last seven weeks people city Tuesday on their way to St.(I regiment, which earned the (distinction I Malariaenrichr.the blooc1.aad build.lip'
PHONE 4f-R KISSJMMEE. FLA of all religious faiths have sat un- Cloud. of being a great fighting crowd, and te.... A tru.tonic. For adult and children. 50c.
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"i THE WALES PLAYERS, in "REJUVENATION," By Warner Hording, author of "'Graft." r

BEN. R. VARDAMAN, Editor Merchant Trade Journal, and President National Community Association. i: I

s 'I CASTLE SQUARE ENTERTAINERS.. America's Finest Male Quartet. I..

; ; SUSANNA COCROFT, the noted Woman Physical Culturist.

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k' "' '? THE NEW YORK ARTIST TRIO AND BETTIE BOOKER, Internationally Famous Musical Artists. e

THE ROYAL VENETIAN, ORCHESTRA, a. Superb Company of Italian Musicians.

.1 t CHAS. D. ROBERTS, the well known Cartoonist and Entertainer.


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'Truck Growers A Want
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It having been rumored that the and various other markets, making ." 11/.J," ,. ,\. ", T
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r v County i Commissioners are consider : a report as follows Strawberries 1 c'' ,'IM" 'irll.iA.1' '. .
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ing cutting off the appropriation for at 80c to SSc per quart; English peas, '.
the County Demonstration Agent, I and Other-lines{ of vegetables strong A' ;" "' ;" 1' ( ,;; ';CH "i"\ "
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Benj. E. Evans, thereby Vacating that and good demand. He spoke Interestingly r < : '(.I ,'a
'! ... important office the' Kissimmee i along this line and would keep a4"., .;,rK;y.\.yr,;; 'ai.r, '"'...'.Ii'' .
'- Truck Growers Association! in regular up his work in this direction for,the t
meeting assembled Saturday benefit of all concerned. dhSoiit1ieri1h . : 'p.\ .
morning, passed a resolution/ "heart, I 'Mr.' Evans, demonstration n agent : {: :: e
I fly endorsin" and approving,the efficient advised that refrigerator boxes for : .
splendid work done and the shipping strawberries be placed In
good accomplished by the untiring efforts 'cold storage rooms .the night before "
and timely! advice of the present ;shipping, thereby guaranteeing, better -..._,.\
county demonstration agent, Mr. carriage of berries to be shipped. He .
"f' Evans and that his services be further i believed that arrangements\ could be Gentleman :
secured." This had the unanimous .madesat sifactorily with the local ice .
,; approval of the meetnig. M. D. 'plant for doing so. He was also appointed .
u. Alexander was appointed chairmart of ,. to negotiate with the ice company
f'' a committee, which he is to select, to for lower rate ,on toe to be used i M
I 1 'appear before -the county solons at .in shipping vegetables. +
, their next regular meeting', present Max P.. Morita,. of the Valley Gazette
I appeared before the meeting,
.purropriation 'and asked for the co-operation of the I
'members in giving the county a first +/rj k R..r, ,
ued.The meeting was called to order by 'class newspaper, also offered to the .A ,
President Fansler, who reported that Growers the columns of the Gazette nSlf
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R. D. Frankford, the secretary, hade at all times for the benefit of the r Q; ate JQOI NOVEMBER 1901 r ZiJ'L
removed from Kissimmee permanently 'truckers and farmers of Kissimmee x 6 O

,: and upon motion, A. S. Nelson, was and Osceola county in general which I; MO TUE WED N r j ;
I i selected for the position of secretary offer! was thankfully received. \ J18UN t
" and treasurer. The reading of the I The next meeting will be held. Saturday -
'. minutes was dispensed .with. as the morning at 9 o'clock when it is .
book was not in the hall. ,expected that important matters.. to
f Mr. Alexander called the members' I every grower and shipper in this
s i'' attention to the fact that he had been community will come up for consider
' market from New ation.
;.;- getting quotations .
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. BAND STAND TOO SMALL TO seen in New York or Jacksonville. + "i') P SS a K.P. j
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ACCOMMODATE KISSIMMEE'SFINE j Motion pictures are moulding the y k K ,"* i i'f4:u"t RSa' Vr,; ir
minds of the youth of the present age ".% hF6c"n' ?{t1 lxrry+'o+ < r. ., ,, ; = .
MUSICAL ORGANIZATION and Kissimmee mothers and teachers ,y ;'; / t.b !J
L want to become interested in educational +,t''
films as well as those based on r n w;arM:, b i+l :i :,;a aa45Z'rf: ax.ty.V N ..r
" . Cramped Condition Makes it Hard for historic anJ geographical features. .
: Men to Properly Conduct the The manager of the. Casino announces 4't E.f
"The Crisis," Winston d
fi Public Concerts I Churchill's wonderful production, to e' L i
S ,be shown in Kissimmee in the near

While this city can boast of the best .Enemy future, to also the E.King"H. Sothern will be "The It was midnight:, cold and dark. The cal ''Gentlem n,"he said"He i is perfect. Qual-

.. a city fact band that in the the band state stand it,is from Certainly which oo. t.ooooooooooooo..oo endar: told the date-Monday, November ity does tell You cant fail recognize ,

they the give public their Is weekly far too entertainmentsto small and inconvenient Ir 4a: G. A. R. NOTES aa : 4th, 1901. They tell me I opened my eyes good blood. His mother was a Virginian!,', 1

should be remedied, and this at is once.4 matter Not only that a:. and blinked in the glare of the big electric his father an aristocrat of the .Carolinas.

is this more than true, but it is also an lights. Around me were in spotless He comes from the very best stock'""":the
" apparent fact that the stand is in sore January 4, O O Howard Post No. ,'.
j need of repairs', the floors being so' rot- 35 and Sedgwick Ladies' Circle No. 6 white talking in low tones. very sweetest, ripest, tmellowest Virginia i
. ten in places that our popular'"looters"are of the Grand Army of the. Republic of
; liable to taks' a sudden trip ,this city, held an all-day and ,Carolina tobacco, and we will raise him \;
"China-ward" at almost any time. r of the installation of their newly elected "
The matter should be given proper I officers for the coming year with "Jim one said, "we have been watching right in one of the whitest, cleanest, health- ::
attention by the City Council without I a fine banquet at the noon hour, to this '' ::7
for little fellow for a long while and iest homes on earth.
delay The band boys are willing to r which was invited all the members and .
help in any way to get the accom- visiting comrades and their families. now he's here." '"
modations needed. Architect A. J. About 100 responded to the invitation. '
MacDonou of the members is After the banquet was served, all Even then I was glad all over to hear his
ready to furnish plans for a new gathered in the G. A. R. Hall for a '
Stand at any time, which will be given very interesting program, as follows: Jim picked me up, looked me over, struck words. It is a great thing to have real

the city members free of charge promise: and assistancein the individual I ner.Song" "The Star Spangled Ban a match and took a long, deep puff. Then breeding behind you, to know who your .

"...' other ways The suggestion has Prayer by Commander Eby. he took another. folks are. It starts a fellow .right. '
been made that two and one-half; or I I "Why Are We Today," by the newly ;
three more feet could be added to the elected post commander, Comrade S .S d' .,
structure thereby giving six-foot Eby.
more of floor space, which would be I I "Why We Love the Ladies' Circle, : We Folks of the South KNOW good blood. \
...J., adequate. The present concrete of the G. A. R.," by newly elected
-7 foundation could be used to accommo- Circle president. Sister Porter. '
Folia of the
We South KNOW tobacco.
date the extension of the stand. This I I Song, "Matching Through Georgia." good .
would not only furnish the space War time short stories as told by .
necessary, but would certainly give it I Comrade Rosenberg of Canada, Com- a

a thing more that imposing would be appearance more of a .some creditto I rades rade Paver Williams of ,Cincinnati Porter and, Ohio Vail.; Com- That is why I just had to have heaps of friends down South here. I want you,: .,-: '

the city and in keeping with the Reading, Alma Cooper. Mr. Reader for of friends and it whole' lot '' -f '
pretty surroundings.At Recitation Lenora Van Dozer. one my means a w en.:1': say- ,,

any rate, some ,alterations will Readings by Sisters Van Duz r and ( "' . ,.':. .
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: out the floor is in a dangerous condi. Flag brill, Vashti and Una. Har- ". '' ,' L /\ ,. ;; 'f( \1"' \'; V'd;; 'i"', '. '.' ,

"i tion and other repairs are necessary, man. ,,0./ , '; .;.,'. .,,,.! ,. I JnAjt*> e<*vc;i/fri \ . ."j',! ':.".". ;'" ,
I' ,. and this would be a proper time to Exchanging thanks, giving, of in* ,.\" :"H'M\ t\i\ t iflilhv. : am gufti'an teed.bY '. \ .......*..'. .__ *3'.1 -Rtiy,, .e',.,.(l-;,
put up something along this line. Not vitation to.the cdmraoes and sisters .' .
more than fifteen bandsmen can be I to the Department Encampment, J' : If you don like me return me to your dealer and get .:":f- ." .. ,;
properly accommodated now, while ;:: which meets here in Kissimmee in
the membership of the organization April. your money back. I have said it. A_Southern gentleman is known ; ;

numbers, twenty-five. Song: Sister Harman, "The Song the world for his word and I have
That Reached My Heart;" encore, over keeping given you mine. r ;

SOUR ACID STOMACHS, Bless the Soldiers."
Song, "America."
GASES OR INDIGESTIO Newly> installed officers of Post are a ae
as follows:
Each "Pape's, Diapepsin" digests ,, Comrades Eby, post commander;
3,0011 grains food, ending all I; Bailey, senior vice; L A. Loud, junior overeign- CigarettesFOR
stomach misery in five ; vice; Adamson, chaplain Porter, ad-
minutes putant and qU'irtermasterVljJjnms; n
officer of the day; W. T. Vail, patriotic
Time it1! In five minutes _11 stomach instructor; Chateline, guar .
disticss will go. No indigestion: Newly installed officers of Ladies'
heartburn, sourness or belching ofgas Circle are as follows: THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH t
acid, or irritation of undigested Sisters Mattie Porter. president;
food, no dizziness, bloating, foul Harriet Vail, senior vice-- Ella Lane, ,
breath or headache. I lunior vice; Mar Casner, chanlain; aa'
Pap e'e Uiapeosm is noted for its Mary E. Harman, secretary; Jennie 0fM
speed in regulating upset stomachs. Lowell, treasurer ; Mary Elsnick, t+lSTATE
It is the surest quickest stomach conductor: Mary Miller, assistant con-
remedy in the whole world and besides ductor; E. C. Barrett, guard; Eliza-. P
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it is harmless. Put an beth Rockhill assistant guard. .
stomach trouble forever bv getting' a All departed at a reasonably late CONVENTION OF COUNTY various matters of great Im"portance'' grew and it became apparent that the ty. ,Prominent among' those noted t ;
large fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapep- I hour, wishing for many more such to the counties, and these subjects will offerings would be lighter than expected was F. G. Proudfoot, president of the 's
sin from 'any drug store. You real pleasant fathering together, long to COMMISSIONERS IN FEBRUARYWith embrace road building convict employment the price strengthened, and a- Florida Asphalt Block Paving, Com- l
ize in five minutes how needless it is be remembered in the sunny southlandand bonding public institutions, large part of the berries, some of pany, one of the largest paving /concerns
to suffer from indigestion dyspepsiaor for all to remember the Post a view to bringing about a legislation and many other things which were choice, brought 27 and a in the State. The company haa
any stomach disorder. It is the lacthstring hangs out to all Comradesthe closer relation and better understanding which have an important bearing on'''few 27 1-2 cents. Louis Rothstein done much work in Hillsborongh 1ti c
quickest, surest and most harmless first and third Wednesday of the work, and conduct of affairs of th.9! i i paid the higher price for 75 quarts county, and other sections of Florida ti :+
stomach doctor In the world.Ott..ooooOtotot..ottOtO. every month, and the Ldaies' Circle between the various Boards of respective! counties The point has I,I from I. B. Wiggins, and W. C. Lips- within the past year. '
the second and fourth Wednesdays. !County Commissioners of Florida, been raised that the road work now comb paid 27 cents for upwards of a Another prominent Tampa man ?; s
: plans are now under way for a state being carried on by individual I' hundred quarts purchased from another here in connection with the paring T
YOUTHFUL TRAVELER MAKES convention to be held in February. teis, depends to a great extent coun-I narty. The average for the day was George Fuehs, manager of the u.
MOVING PICTURE FILMS 00 CALL AT OFFICEOF This matter has been taken up by L. operations in neighboring I was 28 cents, a gain of I 6 cents over Tampa branch of John Baker, Jr.,
PLEASANT L. Meggs!", chairman of the Board of be a perfect success, and the convention the average for Friday or Saturday. which deals in asphalt bituminous j
_"toOuutoo "OOtoU" THE VALLEY GAZETTEAn Commissioners of Duval county, he would be a. great help in bringing I The average price Friday, when 10- products and oil roads. Mr. Fuehs; .is i i1
having been urged by other commissioners about a close co-operation in this and 000 quarts moved, was 18 cents, and well-known all over the state, and...
The question has been asked,what is caller at this office to take the active steps in arranging '- other lines of work. lit I i was 18 also on Saturday, when 13- pecially in Kissimmee, where he is a
most needed in Kissimmee? apreciated for the meeting.' In the event that Jacksonville is selected quarts were shipped. exclusive of frequent visitor. '.1 !
The Woman's Club has been en- during the! week was the manly little Letters have been prepared and sent as the place for the first conven- I, open crates.FLORIDA Messrs. S. N Cornwall and W.- 0.- Vfri
deavoring to answer this Important Richard G. Thomas, Jr., whose homeis to each Board of Commissioners in tion, the Duval county commissionerswill I Hobbs, of the engineering- firm of r
question, by actual practical works in Alligator Lake, and a relative of the state, inviting their opinions and act as hosts and give visiting NOW HAS A CORN Cornwall A Hobbs.have been spending d
Town improvements along civic linesis in the commissioners a royal welcome and time here looking after business ,
A. S. Nelson the well-known real estate if possible their support move. some tt
t being worked out now by the civic ment. It is tentatively proposed to entertainment. It is hoped that the I I INSPECTOR WITH OFFICES interests, having a big contract with ('
department. agent and whom he was visiting hold the convention in Jacksonville, various counties will send all their LOCATED AT JACiiSONVILLE the town of St. Cloud. ;
In response to the mothers' request here. Richard ,is not very far advanced and the date has been left to the various commissioners, but if this can not be', I )?. !
for a junior motion picture, the manager in his teens, but is as brightas boards, although February was done delegates will be requested to Information has been received to I
of the Graystone Casino showed his selected to allow of reorganization represent the respective boards. the effect that Florida now has a federal t"I
play of a new dollar, entertaining in corn inspector, which will be \ "
historical and legendary ..
of affairs
the reader of and general arrangement
a talk and full of life and a
"Rip Van Winkle" last week.A ,Gazette. after new county officers take their STRAWBERRIES TAKE JUMP; news welcomed by all who are inter- a 1 ,
large crowd of children attendedand the : ested. Harris R. Hungerford, of the kd
surprised their parents by knowl- The young man has been spendingsome uncle, : seats It has been proposed that the con- LIVELY TIME AT PLANT CITY United States Department of Agriculture "I .,+
time at Seffner visiting an
of the famous has been sent to this state, to
edge they gained vention be devoted to discussion of .
the vacation
Sam Lawrence during
look after the of .
of WashingtonIrving's inspection corn ,
Sleepy Hollow story Plant City had a little excitement in CO R.OLD'F. t
for the holidays, and he got back )homei which is shipped into Florida. 't.
masterpiece.That i ntime to again take his studies. the strawberry line a few days ::1
the citizens of Kissimmee are up WHAT IS ago Offices, have been established by Mr. { .E EBONESfe
desirous of .seeing the best pictures when the school bell rang. I IDANN'S according to the following from the Hungerford at Jacksonville, located In .
;. produced was.evidenced when E. H. Courier! the Clark building where be can be :(,
most noted actor, STORE A BEAUTY the addressed by anyone desiring' to com- I
,l America's There was something doing on
.j appeared Casino I LAXFOSLAXFOS municate with that official. He will ,RUBBER COPPER
1 on the screen at the -. -- platform yesterday, when strawberries ,
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f;: ,, in the remarkably fine photo-play The Dann Department Store i is jumped ;from 18 to 27 1-2 cents also perform a similar service for TIRES BRASS '
The Chattel." A crowded Souse witnessed without question one of the neatest I the quart,and the demand was more Southern Alabama Georgia, North
'e" ,. the picture, and with the help and best arranged to be found anywhere I is an improved Cascara marked at the close than when the and South Carolina. TUBES LEAD l
best citizens to co-operate .with Florida. The window displays -: day's business opened. (
u of the in I ROPE SCRAP IRON
the manager, Kisshnmee people can are arranged in such an enticing -' (a toalc-rantIis),flusut. to take The offerings for the day aggregated TAMPA PAVING CONTRACTORS .. r ,
':' enjoy the same screen play as are manner that the ."silent sales ta LA3C-FO3 the Cascara Improved by 101 pony refrigerators, or 8,800 LOOKING AFTER BUSINESSIN
.'. ,. man" idea'Is .carried out correctly.The .I the addition of certallr'banD1cbem: quarts. This was lljhter than anticipated THIS'SECnON STATE StND IT T.iNE lOUT fIGIIftYPlNI
stocks are placed where the purchaser -', kale which Increase the efficiency of the and while general market conditions .! WritarFOi Prkdtat ;
has little trouble in making in. Cascara making It better than ordinary were not regarded as very' Within the past few d '
.TM pills'. iMt ..." Not arr.t 1M ISs., spection.'and the good carried are oftfo Cascara. 'LAX" .Poa y pleasant to take gratifying1' ,; the buyers had more orders I' paving contractors from lismpshavebeen 1AAA/ETi llJeex.eeh '" .
.. Caesar w He _Ie sad Imnva.e.ei.taas.rdlene La- nand other, repairs are necessary. 'AII4 doe not grip aor / 'J";' 'yTly saOMOQUU.... ......1NI.b.N.- -+ """ t which have made,'fOr. ,this, ;popular.., to ebadira M-well M dolts, became ;spirited; at times. -The'in connection with the new reads that '..7.1\' :- ULna

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MSy' Citizens of T.mpa.uJve) inaugurated a movement topet I r ; "

........... Bv.rr Frt4.y. the Florida soldier boys back"to heir home..tatio \l.. HERE AND IN OTHER CITIES t ; ;;; ] Ar
Classified AdvertisementsFOR
Offlre !. Velly G..ttw B.IIdLS:, KI..lartp 1r1..U.t with ,a. little delay as possible.' A mass meeting was i I,. .-

t held at 'which time resolutions were presented which had
W. B. HARRIS ..* K. 0. VANS AQNKW 0...... .t Kiaiimmee-enjoyed the novel. -experience

MAX P. MORITt B...... perilously been. adopted' by the Board 'of .Trade''n'that' last week ofJriewing its citizens .......... ..... ....... . .
,+{ T......._ 11. city, and, as a result President Wilson. has been' appealed ,.nd.1 its) familiar landmarks in '. '''
have the Second at Laredo I COUNTY and 'I local wanted tcP :i
to to Regiment, now motion picture when Manager Beat SALE-Fire upright piano; a agents '
Texas, relieved from duty and mustered out of the servIce bargain for cash also other pieces I introduce Nitra-G.rm, see our advertisement -
the L.
through courtesy of Capt..Win. I ; in this paper; write immediately ;
The meeting was presided over' by the mayor of''the Dunn, representing the South FloridaA of furniture. c.n.t 1Q8 Clyde "-Y'1 for details. The Nitre '

city. fThere Gulf Railroad, produced the two- I Germ Co., Savannah, Ga. -12t, "

J is every reason why Kissimmee should get busy reel film entitled "Florida,:the Land of WANTED-Room for storage with : FOR
SALE by ) Five-
( owner -
along these lines. Efforts should be made by our Boardof Now." permanent resident; must be dry
Trade and other civic organizations to bring the soldier The"picture forms a part of an industrial and rent reasonable. Adress 108 room bungalow:; close In. Inquireat "
Q story, being told by the South Ford's Barber Shop, 14, Broad- ,
boys to the state. This city has on the border a'full Florida & Golf Railroad throughoutthe Clyde avenue I 51-tf

company of the National Guard, made up from the best north, and is part of a travelogue way. 1,

P young men of the city, who are needed at home far department conducted by the Chicago .FOR SALE White Leghorn settings, FOR SALE OR RENT-A new cot- ..

STATE FRE worse than in the great border fiasco, << which apparentlyhas Herald.more The than pictures 2,000 theaters have been throughotu shownin $1.00. SAM LUPFER. Phone 222 i tage with water and lights for rent ';;

been a useless piece of compulsory service. The the western states, and the educational 52-tf or sale. Call at J. Richards, 403 E. :f! ,I

Florida boys have not received the proper treatment, if message has been carried "is Vine St. 1-5t.:

., 1I..rlp. -tr. reports received from Texas are to be belived. They have far north' as Washington and south as I,GEN AL.FARMING is profitable
One Copy. One Tear ,_____$J.00One to 'Texas. Of particular local intertst in Florida. To know Florida's possibilities DWELLINGS for rent to M,
-------------.a---------- apply
Copy Six Month. ___, ________..________uu____ 1.00 not got what was promised and the good intentions of the of Kissimmee and Os-I, ,
are. scenes
One Copy. Three Months.. ___uu_______.____ .75 the government apparently have not been carried out. ceola county, and most of the reels for live stock and poultry I Tiller ...
raising fruit and truck
There are no more patriotic young men to be found any- are devoted,to this. I FURNISHED ROOMS for housekeeping ,(II
All communication must be clKncd, except by the from writer our authorized corre.Pj,1t'd where in the country than in Florida; men who have sacrificed The story centers about Mr. and growing, 'read the Florida Farmer I for adults only; two ladies or
; matter will not be returned unless called for Mrs.; North and "Florida Fortune," and Homeaeeker. Six months' trial : man and wife. Phone 143. 82t
at the call of their but the
everything country; who .
are impersonated by W. Nelson
(Entered In the I'ostofflce at KlaBlmmee Florida, a..eeondcla.S situation has now reserved Itself to where not only are a well-known resident of this city, antiMiss subscription, 25 cents. Sample copy I FOR SALE-50-foot cruising power '_

matter.) the soldier boys indignant but their friends at home as .I Adah Carter of Jacksonville, and free. Address Florida Farmer and boat, complete outfit, equipped with

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917 well. To "police duty is really no work for the citizen Miss Marcreret Paylor of Nashville, Homeseeker, Box 860, Jacksonville, two 15-horsepower engines; draws
Tenn., both favorite movie stars. Fla. 52-tf
soldiery which is in many instances made up of young The introduction of Mr. and Mrs. 30 inches of water and can be used

( Bulkhead I IKissimmee men who should be at college rather than performing work North. who are ni search of health, is for both passengers and freight.

x jr they have been assigned to; then again there can be made at "Jacksonville, The Gateway to Price, $2,500; cost, when built

I .\ found in the ranks young business and professional men, Florida" and the lively scene at the 17,000. H. G. Warner, Agent,
: the Progressive City! Grand Union Depot is depicted. Then LANDS WANTEDWe
) whose duties at home are to them all important.The I follows the crossing of the river, and want to list a few ranches and I Tampa, Fla. 1-tf

In the Capital City "dry-ball" takes the place 'of Board of Trade at its, next meeting should get before the eyes of the spectator tracts of timber, prairie and 'cut-
busy, pass resolutions, asking the President of the passes, in panorama, the massive lines over lands from one thousand acres FOR SALE- 0 acres of finest citrus
1 high-ball.! United States to have the regiment relieved-from the of the Heard Building and other larje UD. Only reasonably priced, first- land, situated in Orange county;
structures in sharp relief against the class propositions considered. R. L. beet lake protection. Will be sold
border police force. A mass meeting held, strong resolu- sky while in the the immense Moss & Son Box 33 St.
The record made by Kissimmee banks during 1916 is foreground Augtutine, irv tO 20-acre plots whole.
or or as a
tions endorsed, and at once forwarded to Washington, in shipping facilities are plainly FUs 4-3t
beat. ,
bard to
Price" nable. If interested inquire
shown. as -
cities would be
addition to those from other undoubtedly
The arrival at Kissimmee was next Lupfer'A Prather, Ford Gar-
the of the home at earlier date
Iljwdy. Colonel O'Bryan! Put in your order for that means bringing boys an chronicled, and the audience thrillod:
gold lace yet? than stems to be the {prill of. the powers at Washington. with civic pride as the beautiful entrance ago. ll.tC.
of the Graystone Hotel was FOR SALE OR TRADE A fine 160. (
-- ----- FOR SALE-Fifteen acres in Southwest -
i ri THE BOARD OF TRADE thrown on the screen. acre farm; good 10-room house Kissimmee. Either in a single -
How about those talked of improvements along Darl Florida Fortune conducts the partyon large barn, good store building( nnd I tract. or in five-acre lots. W. H.
ington avenue? Kissimmee has a Board of Trade comprised of thee a tour of the business streets of the warehouse already) for busineas; FUNK Leesburg, Fla. 8-8t
business and professional men of the city-an organization city and as it is Sunday afternoon the henhouse, wellhouse and other I r
j regular band concert is in progress, buildings! all kinds of fruit fine outside FOR SALE-A bred Duroc-Jer-
effected for the of advancing the commer- ; pure
Now'a the time to beautify the streets by planting purpqse
and the audience smiled as they witres : range; 125 fenced, 100 in cul I soy boar. Age 8 months weight 20O( ::
ornamental shade trees. cial, industrial and agricultural interests of the city and .3d cars pass in rapid successio-i, tivation;; telephone In house. I want i pounds. This is a rare opportun-

vicinity. It has done much good work in the past, can be and easily recognized friends vie well-improved Florida property.'. sty for any one. wishing to improve

i The hustling people of Kissimmee will not rest until of better help in the future, but like in many other com- t rmtcd out. Capt. M. H. Porter it JOHN MORGAN, Howard s Ridge, their stock The ,Edgewater; Farm
I.?en leisurely crosing Broadway to the Ozark County. Missouri. 3-2t Co.; KisBimmoe, FI,. 2-2t
munities is evidently not awake to the fact that ,
the bulkhead has been realized. opportunities i-ndFtaml! \lr. and Mrs. Kenneth ,

are passed up often because of lack of interestin Ui'iler, ;! driving their fine horse inc > FOR SALE-Two-room house and 7 FOR SALE-At 'B bargain! : close in

It took our friend, Editor FelUcI, of Tallahassee, to do the organization for one reason or another. No better ,, .s( icuous i in 1 the thong and H.,.i.II lots, 60x150, for $600. The house ) two room cottar andbarji.. with" .
the right thing at the right time. .. men can be found than among the personnel! of the Board j Clay Stan'ord's car comes 'ini. and one lot at t28;. Lots at $l>0 city water, lot 60x140 to IS-foot al- -

but it is true that there lacks the "punch" without which prominence as the scene changes. each. On West Emmett street just I leylot; I fronts on Verona street; .:
eaving KiSoi j nmee, the Norths .on- outside of city. C. Geltz, Owner. 4-3t I good 'neighborhood. Address\ "
e, Editor Naugle of the St. Petersburg Times is turning no big things can be obtained. Florida, and as the rels were nut. .1-5 Small Cottage," Box 287, Kissim- ,
out a "sure enough" newspaper these days. Why this lack of interest in this needed line of work ? curipethe past Summer, a visit > FOR SALE OR TRXDFiflnelr.O- mee, Fla. __ ."
Are the members In their dues? Then Pine Islam'', vhere the opening of the acre farm; 125 fenced, 100 in cultivation -
behin4 pay up
South Florida & Gulf Railroad was ; good 10-room house large FOR SALE-A bargain, 6-room <
An important feature of the Osceola County Fair will and get on the job I Are you not satisfied with the Board celebration, is shown. The laying of a barn, good store building: and ware- house, front and back porch; will

+ be the "Fair Edition" of the Valley Gazette.' and the manner in which it is conducted, or officered? section of track with- the huskies t>t house, henhouse, smokehouse. well- take auto or vacant lot as part pay ;
5 \ Then attend the meetings ,and do those things ybu promIsed work as one man, is very gbod and is house and other buildings; all Kinds nv nt. Chas. Thompson, 623 Pen- ""''.1 J
followed by a view of th-, nailioc-, of fruit. Fine location for a store. ) field street. ,.St' :*
It evidently took a Farmer to so competently handle when you became a member! Are you interested in Hero the problem of High Cost of Fine outside raniru. Telephone in'

y' the county's road work as to materially reduce the cost bringing your beautiful city before the outside world ? Living is momentarily forgotten as house. Want well-improved Florida WANTED-To rent small house in Jf,.

daring the year just closed. Do you want adequate rail, water and highway transpor- the audience laughed with the picnickers property>> John Morp-on, Howard's (rood neighborhood. Give full par- '
i ,, tation to this city Have you ever thought of the fact for directly in the center of Ridge, Ozard county, Mo. 3-2t titulars and rent. Postoffice Box
Twentysix fires, with an estimated loss of a little that an organized body of citizens is calculated to gain this picture is seen the smiling
( features of Editor W. B. Harris, who FOR SALE-A five-room bungalowon
ever $1,000, is the record for 1916 made by the Kisslm- better action from \he government than the work of the I carries in his hand the largest piece of West Vine street, deep well, REPUBLIC TRUCKS ARE MONEYA T..

:, m. semi-volunteer fire department. individual citizen T There are hundreds of reasons that I b-:: ef on record. Mr. Harris is not windmill and tank, 3,000 gallons; MAKERS.No .
could be given why the Kissimmee Board of Trade shouldbe alone, there are others. Claude F. shrubbery and ornamental trees; business 'man, truck grower, or
Johnson now of the St. Cloud Tnbu", buy from owner' save middle man's fruit man can afford to get along .
It's all right to have a "watchdog" of the treasury, a live one. Editor Triplett.: J. W Miller, a well- commission. A. C. CHAPMAN. !3-tf without a Republic Motor Truck.

,but ofttimes serious mistakes to the welfare of the community Get together, gentlemen I Attend your meetings reg- known capitalist here; Bill Day is Our easy terms of payment will

are made by too much watchfulness ularly. Put some push Intd your proceedings, and after there and so is Sheriff Ingram. Floyd FOR SALE-Pretty Bungalow Home, make the truck pay for itself. Drop
the meetings put resolutions in effect. They look Tyson and Capt Farmer have forgotten splendid corner, east front, fine lake as a postal todav for catalogue. D.
a all serious matters as they pass view house nicely furnished, pay P. WEEKS AUTO CO., corner 7th '
Serving the county as chairman of commissioners for all right on paper, but to carry them out would do the hugh "chunks" of one of Florida'sbest ing over 10 per cent. income on and Nebraska avs., Tampa, Fla. 2-41

a period of twelve years, Hon. E. L. Lesley made a record i community'* great deal more good. Those who have not assets, beef, and as the scene plum.price.. A snap.. Come, pick'. this AN AUTO FOR EVERY FAMILY. :

M' for and progressveneas.-of! which he well i identified themselves.with the trade body, should file their progresses the last figure to pass Ask for our bargain list of and .k_
economy can Eight-room house, T5xl60 foot lots new
from sight is that of IK N. Bratton in
'", d . applications without delay and become active 'supportive
e second-hand f
&+ feel proud. et4 the act of spplementlng his beef with east front, lots of fruit, good part of cars. We sell'on easy' "
II members. Your love for and interest in your home city a cup of coffee. town; price, $2,500 j; incumbrance, terms. 'Drop us a postal today.. D.
will show itself plainly in the efforts you make in your At the speaking which followed $500. Want to exchange for land.:! P. WEEKS AUTO "Patronixe home industry" is a slogan believed in :. trade organization. Maxwell A. Kilbert, president of the Fine five-'\cre farms in Pinedjle; and Nebraska av., Tampa, Fla 2-4t

and practised by the people of Osceola county and Kisimmee. road is recoenized.. and with him are I cnsv terms close to town, fine loca- FOR SALE-About 75 head, of improved -

$ That's why our city can boast of the large number Senator Arthur E. Don-elr&nuand Captain >>. tion. hogs, including ,some fine
RETAIN THE COUNTY AGENT Several houses for rent for
'C. H. ; somo >
Armstrong. Mayor May is
: of excellent business houses second to none anywhere sows. What offer? The
pale at bargain
shown while addressing the crowd and : prices; easy terms
In Florida. Should the Board of Coupty Commissioners f.1i1.0 l-il Rdgewater: Farm Co., Kissimmee
W. F. Blackburn former of us show you. .
president Fla-
I make an appropriation to pay a portion of the salary of Rollins College now president of the Some good farms in Eastern Kansas 2-2t

.. Kissimmee the County Demonstration Agent, that office will cease Florida Live Stock Association, is to exchange for Florida property LOST'-Oldsmobile. huh cap between
of the few
was one cities in the South to
to be shortly, and this would be a serious blow to the as he commences his talk bv Haines Citv and Kissimmee. Suit-
; have a community Christmas tree celebration. Such pictured List yor property with us for .rood: able
farmers and growers of Osceola county, who have been forward and motioning with reward for return to this of-
demonstration of progressiveness is in keeping with the his hands as he invites the people to service. NELSON REALTY ('0.I fice. aPolitical
greatly benefited by the work of that office since its in- .
"draw little closer.
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; public-spiritedness of the citizens of the beautiful n
eat of Oeciola.iii auguration some time ago. Rumor has it that the Hardy Walker, Will Hutson, Baron. I STATE BANK OF KISSIMMEEHAS
county solons, for the sake of economy, would use the Welsh, Carleson of St. Cloud, and
and other local celebrities.On MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR
official axe at the next meeting.At Swaubey, Announcement
The county demonstration agent is a valuable asset recent of the Kissimmee Truckers and leaving these festivities, the _. .
a meeting parties visit Okeechobee City, the According to notice published in .w .
e to this community. Osceola farmers realize his importance -, Growers Association resolutions were adopted askingthe year old city," and! at that time the this paper, the stockholders of the FOR MAYORTo
and want his services. The county solons would : end of the Dixie Here the
Commissioners to make the appropriation; a committee Highway. State Bank of Kissimmee met in an- the White Voters of Kissimmee
make serious mistake in cutting off the appropriation was appointed, with M D. Alexander as chairman, great of dressed fish industry fish are is taken viewed from as tons the nual session on Thursday of this I take this means of announcing my
for this
l ; work. to appear before the meeting and ask that the appropri- boats, are iced and prepared for ship. week. the candidacy for the office of Mayor of
of Kissimmee
ation be made; farmers will be on hand to tell of the ment. Of the one thousand shares of stockin White Primary to be ,held subject to the

A meeting of the Executive Committee of the State benefit that the county agent has been to them, and other Mr. and Mrs. North then visit the this bank, nine hundred and twentyone and if elected will fulfill the in duties March of>, ,

e i Press Association will be held in Jacksonville' on January pressure along this line will be brought to bear. It sunrise East Coast in the and ocean.go The surf cloud bathing forma-at shares were represented at this the office to the best of my ability and fin

19th, at which time the program. Is to be outlined mgiht be suggested that a petition signed by the truckers tion, for which Florida is far famed, meeting, which shows the interest of conformity with the laws of th..

t for the annual metinir of the association, sometime with- and growers of the county be prepared, and presented to Is wonderfully depicted in this view, all the stockholders in the affairs of state I respectfully and the solicit ordinances and of the city.

ln the next few months. the solons as well. and the picture is cited by movie authorities the company.On will appreciate
all over the country as a investigation the affairs of the your. support.
Few realize that the demonstration isan JOHN S.
people agent bank CADDELL.
great achievement. were found to be in most satis-
.t Berlin papers points out that Germany has done her important factor in any farming community. The During the return trip, a fine cattle factory shape. The resources being I hereby annuonce myself as a candidate

+ pan in the great world war. From the point of wholesale present incumbent has done good work, which has been scene, where the cowboys are round- nearly forty per cent. in excess of for Mayor of the City of Kis--

murder of human beings and the apparent violations testified to by the members of the Growers' Association, Ing up thousands of cattle, stresses what they were a year ago. Of course, aim In the election to be held next
the importance of the live stock Industry therefore, the stockholders were much
l of all precedents of war, it appears that she has done and it appears that if the farmers 'of Osceola county in the state; and a call at a pleased with what they found.A March support, and of all respectfully citizens who ask believe for the

great deal more, and is entitled to the belt. know they :have been benefited and want the agent re- typical country home, with ah Inspec- very strong board of directorswere I athorough and business-like administration in

tained, the Commissioners should and will listen to their tion of the tall corn and heavily loaded elected for the ensuing year of city affairs. .
fruit trees gives an insight into other made up of seven prominent men of GAY
whenever it is made. LIVINGSTON.
Allow us to suggest Wallace Stovall the ,
handsome resources. Kissimmee, who are well known in
,p( and gentlemanly young son of Editor Stovall, of Florida's The party opportunely) arrives at business and financial circles, as' follows Dr. J. W. Simpson spent several
t Greatest Newspaper,.js* King of Carnival for Tampa's Here's one that will inspire you with patriotism, wilt St. Cloud, the Wonder City, and wit- :' hours in Orlando Wednesday on busi

(Pair. Twonld be honor bestowed-no better wake you sacrifice business and friends to "serve" your ness the Fourth of July celebration, N. B. Bryan, secretary of the Wat- 'ness.
r an worthily and bursts of applause came from the ers-Caraon Co.; C. A. Carson, president
election could be made for the country in the capacity or border "cop" for Uncle Sam,
; thorne of old Gasparilla. audience as this feature was thrown State Bank of Kissimmee; N. B.
and means long life ((1)) for the National Guard of this upon the screen. The Kissimmee Con- Carson, former cashier; H. Fleming, No. !St. '. .
of .
Report tae (
country: John W. Bigger, non-commissioned officer of cert Band led the parade, hundreds of retired capitalist; M. Katz leading FIRST STATIC .dUI. ef The Herald is BANK
Mulberry under '
being KKVANS-
4 new management, Tampa Rifles, Laredo correspondent of Tampa Morning school children marched 'column.. a business man; E. L. Lesley, cattle V I LlE

; L published by W. J. Fripp. formerly editor of the.Z'a1le1' Tribune, fourt-martialed and sentenced to "six months' j seemingly endless section where automobiles man and for twelve years chairman "' **......*.... Kl" I. ... 8t... of
] Gazette. The 'little paper shows much improve- alternate with industrial of the Board of County Commissioners Florida, et .the 7'lo.f. of Bu.l-
rift hard labor"-for what reporting of his a.- U..._fc. .
occurrences floats J. Wade Tucker r e leio.
> l Sfentfrom a typographical as well as other standpoints, : a dignified group from the ; prominent lum I a ,
company to the people of Tampa, to which no reasonable, Woman's Relief Corps and a crowd of berman. RESOURCES
''f' rice + and will. soon become one of' the leading journals of Polka fair-minded person could take exceptions to! This is. "boys who wore the blue" marchingside The new Board of Directors met Loans on collateral security I
: by side with the "boys who and organized by the election of other than real estate----- | 11,705.83
wore C. A.
I certainly the climax to great border fiasco, and should All other loan. and dl.counti ,025.18
.. the gray," to the music of the St. Carson, president; M. Katz, first vice (,'verarariH __ _. __ ____ I.'f ,'
arouse notionly the people of Tampa, but of the entire Cloud fife and drum corps, appeals to president; E. L. Lesley, second vice Ranking house, furniture and
t r .,The postoffice boy. sire glad that the holidays are country to' such action that 'the Government will put an the patriotism of all spectators.The president; Roma Thomas, cashier; J. Hue fixtures from _incorporated_ ____ _banks .11I4.SO !

,.'* over, despite the fact that they are kept very busy at this I end to the useless service from which no good has yet, I Norths are so impressed' with D. Jeffords, teller; A.' E. Bearden, Check. and exchang for 1I,02t.ll O! 6

,'time ef the year. The holiday rash was a big job for the I or ever will result. John Bigger, personally known to the I the and opportunities with the environment afforded of by tftis Florida aee- bookkeeper It will be and recognized that Cash clearing on hand* .:::::::;:;;;;; imi 4*:mn '

: d' faithful: servants of Uncle Sam, who discharged their writer, is one of the best young men of the Cigar City, Lion that they decide to become residents the management of the J>ank once has not Total ._ II2.1S4.44

; Mrrieejywith' rom tnea. and dispatch for which they and one of her leading citizens. His patriotism caused here, and the' reel closes with a changed, and that the bank begins a ( ,of

have: th thaaks. of the entire; community. him to give up his profession, and answer the call to view! of their home, the beautiful residence new ear'. business under particularly Capital stock LIABILITIES paid ln--_______I1B.OOOOO t:
m I colors although h. had previously been honorably discharged of J. D. Clark, 'with its typical good auspices and with excellent Undivided pronto (!less expanse
1 setting fit tropical palms, ferns and prospects. and tazea paid)) ?__t------ .Lse
r k; '. 1, ;} General.Staff of. U..8Army says "National Guard; is from his command. He re-enlisted to do his for flowers. Individual_ deposits lubjoat, to
check _.
a y, found' wanting.." To the average citizen It appears that his country And what Is the appreciation of such sacrifices The picture was first shown on Mr. and Mrs. W C. Ledford of C .hler-. ?check.--- ouUtVndfnS: 7,AKA",.gjf '

,the militiamen'have ling been wanting a., square deal at as this: ',"Six months at hard labor'Smilitaryspeaklntf : Tuesday night, and so delighted were Jacksonville Ill arrived Sunday Total __
I spectators that the reels reappeared evening and will be guests! In the -----,-------UIII.{ ....
thelaD4. 4ffh. .1'bJI'OD" Hha'regular 'disgraced, .llow long are we at home colnc'toItAnd city
'ti / r' army:.: The; on Friday night. Even then the movie for. several WSV"Th are locatedat Btat of Florida
':/'i ';, by),the itlcen soldiers <>f Florida and other forsuch, .Indigiltles. heaped upon 0meltl.en.a1: *, enthnJUasta were not satisfied, and in the Inn. County ef Oaoeola. as: fa
'; 4 : 'Mf.border.fiajco its,>; xxt; >ne,'and all the *"*!/ ", respc n..-too .persistent requests. Cap I y connected with the Southern Colon tll.t, John.H- Base, maeletant'cashier et;
I" .n0dwlnkl0' '
1/"f thoee' "bfrliw'wpTyfll, aoi.discredit Ii t :f-jr. .. . tain Dunn has lent the film for a thirdah.winR.t. ration Company,, and ,has many swear that t"o.a""' . t. true;
: 1.Ev; rybody a f be glrenTeusday, friend. here who remember hi, 'prev1.. to the'beat of,mrVn..wlMi.... .*.. ._> '
; I"--; t' IO.OLy'4iunty Fair. "
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: I THE USSIMMEE ,vALlEY ,-c.U1TE.> FRIDAY JANUARY lf,1917 ': InvE'. t{ I

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I f . .... ...... ... .. .. ........ 00 THE OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL ther- soma held interesting \ f N '"
INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS II of the Woman' .Missionary '
-- I Weather\ I From this city there were in : ,w
Report The Osceola Conty High 'School ance, Rev and Mrs.- O. B. : ,
Fire Insurance*;.,See A.DrougkMre. Celebrated: Stern' fine offlnq tailor and the city schools of Kissimmee reassembled ator C. A.; Carson and q

.' M. E. Stevens visited '.t lag, Smith's Monday. Monday after a two weeks', of these took an Falls"bot ColtP"t. h

,. 1 ando .Wednesday.. -zo.l' Miss. Emma Powell visited friends Following are daily tempera. vacation when a simple opening exercise proceeding of, the Mrs.Woman' '1&" ; ;' a
was held at the school auditor program ;
at Homeland the ,
Smith's during ,holidays., tures and precipitations as reported -
Monday and Tuesday for. turn Songs,' levotlonal, lead by; & \. Union meeting yesterday :
,your Frew.pylr! '; suit; ; Mrs. B.'Co- Duttoll.' Is'' :here .from by Government station C. H.' Summers, and a brief addressby making a report on. rda. -..
Georgia visiting bar Mr. and *at Kissimmee fa- he week end- Yowell sonal service. )lr.-Carson
Supt. the
D. G. McKay made.a trip to brlindoWednesday ,frenta. preceded regular
.ing ThuredayJannary'1IZMao.; r
Roberson. ,
to look after business in* 1 class routine. Twenty-five new pupils conveutlpno Wednesday ,
ot t: terests. Men's. and Ladies' 'Sweaters. Come ,Min. Rain were enrolled bringing the membership -, making: on Columbia,, ,

and get yourself one while it is'cold. F1day.-- _____80 83 of the High School up to 102. the --- -- -
G. M. Taylor, the rustling1 grocer, F. H. Lawson. first time the hundred mark has been -
Is able to be out again after a slightdisposition. Saturday .?, _._'15 64 passed in the history of Kissimmee -a. ,

Attorney Z. Bass was a visitor in Sunday ., _..__74 49 The grades have enrolled 608. making '
Dorit fall to attend Stern Bros.' Orlando Thursday between trains. Monday __ ____74 64 the total school enrollment 610.- ." .'
spring tailoring opening at Smith's; business Among the activities where special' ; c,1',. ,,
Tuesday ____74 InW.ln.aday
Monday and Tuesday. George M. Overstreet left Thur. ? interest is shown is the high school .
__ _77 64
. 'Be1lJ.-E; Evans, county demonstration day. tor. West Palm Beach where he paper.
.' agent want to Center Hill wil engage'in' trucking. i Thursday,._ -,70" 60,. A marked interest in athletic. are r f" ,
: noted and several basketball teams \,
Wednesday on official business.A. A. 3. Nelson was a business visitorIn .. ... ....... ... ... ....... have been organised. Two baskets mnnl"ilr ' ,
N. Bailey was here from Cedar- Orlando Thursday where he was have been erected on the court and ,-tl'. .1 ,
villa, W. Va., Sunday when he made looking after realty interests. CADDELL FOR MAYORIn Coach Davidson will supervise the ,"

his headquarters at the Park Hotel. Mrs. E. H. Chatham and three children another column will be found the first team and provide effective oppo- thm ui/ : ' ,
.A. -' For Sale-Hordes< mules and Shetland of Greenwood S. C., are visiting announcement of .John S. Caddell, who sition. Prof. R.: M. Evans Is in charge ) t f1rQiC(1 \ .
ponies. .J. W. Miller. tf to become of Kissim of all others who wish to play. He
aspires Mayor
1lv her sisters, Miss Leitner and Mrs. F. m.ftzuz ca. '.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bailey and C. Edwards. mee, object to the White Primary to has already organized two complete '\\Ii !
daughter, Frances, left Friday for a be held next March. Mr. Caddell teams with a number of others striving ,
brief visit with relatives in St. Marys, Miss Lucile Hughey of Atlanta needs no introduction to the peopleof from prominent places. 'Th.y Spak for 77.n.../i>..." '\
,_-', Ga., who resided here for a number of this city being one of the beat Miss Lucy Witherspoon is coaching '
Ga.There will be an excursion on the years, is the guest-of Mrs. Stanley known attorneys, at present holdingthe the girls' teams and what promises to ,Ji \0
.lake tomorrow, as well as a basket Bullock Jr. position as attorney for the be a lively game will be played on the '-: .
picnic, the boat leaving the dock at 9 Lyles Story, accompanied' by his Board of County Commissioners a local court Saturday afternoon at 3 .t\\
o'clock. wife enjoyed an outing recently when young man of sterling qualitieswhose / o'clock. H. 0,' BROWN &, CO. Inc. ..: :+( '
will .j;
Mrs. M. E. Hall of Davenport stopped they spent severaldays at Tampa and friends predict that he '
in the city Tuesday while en route St. Petersburg.A. makri a good official and are confident CARD OF THANKSTo Successors y
te Cole; Jewelry C*.
for the Baptist State Convention at E. Thomas, secretary of the Os- of his nomination and election. Mr. .
Orlando.Mr. ceola County Fair Association, spent Caddell has ben a resident of Kissim our many friends we wish to express ". O. BROWN, _... ' l

and Mrs. S. A. Bojrue, who : Wednesday afternoon in St. Cloud on mee for many years during which our sincere thanks and appreci- I ...., 's.f .
the holidays with their daughter,spent Mrs. a business mission. time he has always taken much interest ation for the many expressions of love .. *r,
Faulkner, at Palmetto, have returned Senator C. A. Carson has returned in- the upbuilding of the com- and sympathy and the many acts of f '::
to their home. ; from Orlando, where he took a prom "munity. kindness extended to us during the Illness "The House of Quality. ..; ;
and at the death of beloved
inent part in the Baptist Conventionheld
Mrs. C. H. Blocker who is in
the schools at Narcoossee' chargeof spent there this week.A STERN BROS.TAILORING CO., wife and our dear mother' Mrs. S. T. ask x

Sunday in Kissimmee a guest at the baby boy was born 'to Mr. and TO HAVE OPENING MONDAYThe Tyner. S. T. TYNER, :
Manhattan Hotel. Mrs. G. C. Livingston January 8th, at MRS. W. E. KEEN.
MI. Edyth Jenness of Atlantic their home on Emmette street. He public is cordially invited to at- MRS. WALTER BRONSON .

' City, N. J., now a winter visitor at St. 'has been named John Pearson. tend the of; the Stern Bros. MRS. W. O. BRONSON, ... ... ... v1f ". ... ... ". ..... ,
Cloud l spent the week-end with Mr. J. G. Greenbacher fft Apopka is- Tailoring Company, which will be held MRS. ART BRONSON, Fr:1lL .. ".
and Mrs. C. L. Bandy. spending' a few days here. He is a at Smith's Shoe Store Monday and F. H. TYNER. \ (
Miss Constance Nourse has arrived specialist in diseases of citrus trees, Tuesday. Now is the proper time to ,' ,
from Warrenton. Va., and is the at- and, is here in that caoacity. get your spring and summer suit if Mrs. Charles Bass has returned I BIG DISPLAY' OF ?' ., {
tractive guest of Miss Anne Carson at D. B. Barkley of Tampa representing you want a satisfactory fitting gar from Ocoee, Where she has been visiting .
her home on Clyde avenue. the Clyde Glenn Engraving &; Advertising ment well tailored. A representative her daughter Mr..Henson. ai
Company spent a few daysin 'of the celebrated house who possessesa *j
: Now is the time for your suit for
Gasparilla. You know the city this week on business. pleasing personality, will display all OVER 400 DELEGATES ATTENDBIG
you're going
Visit Tuesday.Smith's Shoe Store Monday and Grimes Mrs. J.have Hauser arrived, C. Hauser from and Jackson Mrs., the will newest be most creation.interesting, in a to manner every that one. CONVENTION- AT ORLANDO Crochet Silk and :

Mich.. to the winter at Kissim .
Ladies rome and see our house spend Friendship Lodge No. 10, Knights The Baptist convention heldmt Or-
dresses. There is a new feature that mee Park, where they own valuable of Pythias, held their regular meeting lando this week was one of the most
you have never seen before. Price, property. Wednesday night which was an Inter- important ever held in Florida, and
$1 to $2. F. II. Lawson. I Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Alexander arrived esting session and attended by a large was attended by over 400 delegates. Cotton Threads '
. F. Hoffman and wife of Rattlo Tuesday from Atlanta, Ga., to number of the regulars and some visi- Many matters of vital interest to the ;, ,
',' Creek, Mich., were among: the tourists spend a week with their cousin, Mrs. tors. church were taken up and in addition
looking about'the city Friday. They Charles Bandy, at her pretty' home on F4.,
Main street. ----- --
registered at the Manhattan Hotel. '
_ Mrs. John Newsome of Georgia I. S. A. Hahn, of Osborn, Kansawas J I

:, visiting her mother, Mrs. M. F. Sears, among the tourists spending some Have You Bucilla Mouline Strand Thread, - - ,
time in Kissimmee this week. lie 'M
at her home on Main street Mrs.
r Sears has ben'seriously ill, but is now made his headquarters at the Man- DYSPEPSIA? r American Maid ,- .* ,i
! improving. hattan Hotel.J. ? f&'Itf
c. I Frank Tumlin of Locoossee, F.
UptodateSpring). Suits, low prices.Stern 'Six-Strand Mouline Silk Finish
\ Bros.' celebrated clothes. Opening E. Wall of Kenansville, Quinn Bass .- Kxr
J and Aleck of Fort Bassin- TAKEREGULATOR g'5 r y
" at Smith's Monday. 4..1 Thompson ,
gar motored to Kissimmee this weekto ,
Y. Tindall, a'weJl-known citizen of .
attend court. *
Deer Park was a I business; visitor in BEST VARIETIES
this city :Saturday. He stopped at Captain Wm. L. Dunn, traffic man- ,-
the Manhattan Hotel. ager and industrial agent for the
.4. \. South Florida &; Gulf Railroad Company WASHINGTON MEDICINE COMPANYHibbs ALL ,
Antiseptic Sanitary Germ Proof left Thursday on a weeks' trip COLORS'I ,
Underwear. Men, women and children to Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chicago Bid,., Washington D. C. wP az
should see them before buying else .
4 where. F. H. Lawson.S. I In Three Sizes 25c 5Oc 'and $1.0OWA'IT'l
Dr. E. G. Farris, Mrs. A. B. Daniels :
Threads and '
8 the Yarns of all
Griffin, well-known and', and Miss Maude Gillis all of St. U
eral days in Orlando this week, look- the
Cloud passed through city
hustling real estate dealer, spent sev- ,
Wednesday on their wav to Orlandoto
ing after business.matters. ... ,Descriptions .
attend the Baptist State Convention -. .,' ..
Big of Stern Bros." ''i
spring opening now in session there. J ;

,. fine Shoe Stor.tailoring Monday at Smith's Andrew Arndt his wife and sister- ....... I, ML. l 1.
I In-law, Mrs. Corso arrived from Sullivan '" '
.: Dr. H. E. Cole, of Lakeland, made Ohio, an dare spending a few ... .,. :
i" his. regular visit to Kissimmee this days with Mr. H. M. Porter, an old .I"_, ',"' ". .::1'..,',"' J." ". {. .j.'..., 1 .H. STANFORD: COMPANY ,
week greeting his at the H. friend of theirs. They have
jewelry Ells r
O. Brown A Co. establish rooms for the winter at Mr. f

ment.A.. .M. Snow of Tampa representing on Ed Park Whaley street.has moved his family i, Full Line of "Old Reliable. >> Shoe. 'Dealers. Oxcola Cout, ,."

Kendrirk &; Warren paving contrac- Kissimmee from their country home .. V
tors, spent a few days in Kissimmeethis and are pleasantly located in the W. Butterick PatternsBE ,
week looking after the interests C. Baas property on Sumner street, .
of his firm. known as the Waring home. Mr. s
Mrs. D. S. Williams, accompaniedby Whaley made this change in order to HERE IN FEW DAYS
Miss Lottie Miller of Morencia place his children in the Kissimmee FOR CORRECT DIAGNOSIS "
Mich., who are now winter visitors at schools. ,

Windemere, were.shoppTfcg>> in Kissim Last Sunday was evidently Ohio SEE DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEY
mee Tuesday. Day at the Park Hotel; as that pop- The Quality Store Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Weed, Wm. Lor- ular resort registered RS guest Mr. OSTEOPATH
ing and wife and Mrs. C. M. Pardee; and Mrs. A. L. Elton of East Rochester .
who are a pleasant party touring the Ohio; Milton Bettis of Konffinir-!! C. W. DANN, Mgr. Corner Drug Store Mondays and Fridays '
state spent several hours in Kissim-" ton, Ohio; Reuben Wood of Gnllinolis, +
mee en route for St. Cloud. They have Ohio; J. A. Uncapher and J. L. Plot. ,
been sight-seeing at Tampa, St. ner of Marion, Ohio. .. .. 'n,
Petersburg and PassaGrill.M. Miss May Winter arrived Friday -
from Md., for --_ .. -_- -'- -_ .- ___ -_'_--- ,- ? ; 0 Y
H. Porter, justice of the peace Hagerstown an extended = : = ---n = } { } v cO? > ? > ()
for District No. I, has opened up an visit to her sister, Mrs. M. D. LP Q1j
office on Broadway, next to the Bryan Alexander. She was accompanied by
Bicycle Show, where he is in positionto her piece, Violet Winters and nephew
attend to the various duties of his Richard Winters, who have enteredthe .
office with dispatch and satisfaction city schools and will remain Here 8
to all parties concerned. for several months. EBAYSTONE CASINO

Don't forget that I am selling the Col. Sam. T. Fletcher of Tampa H NEW EDISON LICENSED
famous Wm. Barker Collar-the only was a visitor to Kissimmee this week,
Pure Linen Collar sold in the town- stopping over en route to Jackson- "
two for 25c. F. H. Lawson. ville, where he goes on legal business.Mr. ...- DEALERS
Fletcher is well-known in this
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Williamsonand f 9
small! son, Robert, Jr.. of Macon. city and his many friends gave him a It will delight hear the
cordialgjeetingl He is a great booster your ears to
Ga., arrived in Kissimme Friday to '
spend the week-end with S. B. Ault- for his home city, and says thatit GLEE CLUB N Edison. It will delight ui to give '
left is the finest place on earth, -
and family. Monday
man They the '.
better, and that the you opportunity.
morning to continue their tour of the never was :
metropolis of South Florida is enjoy-
state. ing the beat tourist season in its his You can'pay a visit to our store
J. M. Wbod of Atlanta, Ga., Columbia
spent tory. Mr. Fletcher was an appreciative College without being importuned to buy. We h
Sunday here with his father-lh-lMw caller at the Gazette office
Dr. M. J. Hicks, and family. Mr. want to enlist you as an admirer of r

will Wood be is remembered well-known as in Kissimmee a former principal and- DOLLAR. LIMIT STORE BUYS Jan. Mr. Edison latest and greatest invention ty '?

of the Osceola High School and OUT THE WOMAN'S--'- EXCHANGE Saturday 13,7 P. M. even though you never buy one.Won't .
of the city schools during a most successful .
Proprietor G. W. Persons of the
term.Mr.. Wood is
now a
of Atlanta. Dollar Limit Store has purchased the you take u* at our word and rr

prominent Mr. and attorney Mrs. H. O. Morrison, of stock which of he has the added Woman's to his Exchange already : Quartettes and SolosThe pay ui a visit? We can guarantee r

Fenton, Mich., arrived in Kissimmee large business, and in the future will you a pleasant hour of music; and we e
e last Friday to again spend the winter be in shape to satisfy the public in most successful Glee Club and Soar of All Colleges. shall not make uncomfortable by
, Alfred you
and have taken rooms with
this particular line. The Exchangehad
Dow on Upper Broadway. Mr. and a most complete stock of threads ADMISSION 15c, 2&t+ 35c AND SOc. urging you to buy. 4
Mrs. Morrison have spent several winters -
novelties' etc., and with the additionto
here and are so well pleased theyare this stock will be an interesting Don't Fail to Hear That Colored Band Yours faithfully

considering locating. display to the ladies of Kissimmeeand .
t Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lecher have arrived community.' "
from Marion Ohio, to spend the PALACE DRUG STORE"
'.'winter inthJ city and are pleasantly BASKET BALL GAMES FOR SATURDAY "J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels Wednesday Jan t 17
the home of their friends OTIS
located at AND MONDAY STEVENS, Manager
\ Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Morrow. Mr. ,
j Gano with the
k Charley
.. Lesher is a prominent je.weler-of MarIon The Ruskin College Basket Ball Is: r

Orange and owns conty.large He property has spent interestsin a best team team.Which-in is South considered Florida one, will of play the MIWONAIRE HUNT CLUB IN INDIA > <) <65 (0)0) <) < "

number of winters In Kiasimmee.WhMNnrwr the local High' School l team at the .., \
High School building Monday after ; vka
YOB ,.... OmiMl ToeJo noon at 3:30: o'clock. This will be one FARMERS PLANT CANE FOR SYRUP MILL ATKI8SIMMEE:,' '' '

Take OrovV of the very best games of the season. Will contract to buy eane *n fair basis. Japanese Seed Cane forsaleduring ?. '
The Old Standard Grove' Tasteless Admission( 16c<< and 26e. Tuesday" Jan.16 by request we will repeat the :)
-= .' chill Tonkris equ liy'walusbl. as a ,The girls' basket ball-team will play , next two weeks, |4' for 1,000 Stalks, abort one-third naval i.

,o.-raaToeJo, ...... it'CXlGtaiDa the the.Ovida High School team Saturday ,KISSIMMEE.PICTURES price. './ !J .'t.::'

'wellknownoatepropertiaotQOiNIII1t U Drives afternoon $will t the be Higft called School building.o'clock t ., ' <"'a. -O J 'M' . W I.I.hg O.NJ.r,., I.4t'"; })., )v.;!".r
/ :end IRON. ,Jt acts on U e -. The game at 8 ...: . ., ,, 3 .>. _ ,-* .r -.*."1 ;. ,
r Wj M"alarla.93rrkbea.tholood-end and'an admission of"Ifte" and_2fe'will I KISSIMMKK.a.i. .. 0:.:.. ,.% :a...J..J -. .. FLORIDA-:'et ''J.j .
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!' "" t" .f!". ,\ .,.". \ . It. The piece de-resistance was the I',,,Jng the trip were: Mr.. and Mrs. J.: I
I '" "." " '-.1.. : birthday..cake, with the magic letters, : H.'Pine. Ma' and Mrs H., P. Hughes UGH !CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICKjftONT /
: i'Cloud ."M.' M. 114." in bold relief ,across the I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Jones, Mrs Eleanor ,
: : .: ; St Department top. "The cake ,wa served with ice : Chase and Mitt Grace Pine of
, cream. Those who enjoyed the birth. Massachusetts Mr. J. A. Roberta and
day party were Meadamet C. B. Miss Myra Roberts of Chicago ,Mrt. STAY BILlOQSCONSJlPATEbj"Do.
; rM'iI : ;- Hnughes,' L. O. Bower, Oscar:' Hoi* Elsie Baker and Mist Helen Baker of .
; ,i: NEWS. : AND NOTES OF TQIi ..!', ONDER.CTI'Y"' ,FROM OUR OWN v lings worth. L. L. Baker,''Ed Fairer, D. New York and W. U. Seaman of At.
Jacques M.. M. Chase Wm. lantic City N. J. ? (;
Kenney ,
dealer sell sv
: CORRESPONDENT Tour druggist or' you _
< 1".f Wikoff! Selsemeyer, titter of Mr and . ,-Unr Tn 'Wlfl din bottle Of Dodten's Liver Ton
.M Mrs Wm. Kenney. Anton McGill, Wm. 'I New England Society jv '
I Slags! Unr Ittbf Tkii CiloadiilCii under my personal guaranteethat U ; }
Hall, Dr. Ashley and Dr. Cushman. It The New England Society met .
,W.. S. Aly a', 0.:/D. Brenner, C. E. ter, that proving that her- people-are ''I Is the sincere withof the company 1 Tuesday at 2 p. m. The meeting open Not '"SallYaIl. will clean, your sluggish liver better than 1ft Carlson and:Wm.' Hall met the follow- a. in the put fully alert to all that :that Mr.'Merrill may enjoy a great ed with President Wentworth in the nasty oalomel} it won't make you sick: rl
In. party atT Sanford last week: Ross contributes to her honor and prestige. "many more birthdays. The following chair.: Opening hymn by audience, Calomel 'makes yea slcki you ION a and you can eat anything you west "A
.. I. C. Cox andwife, J. E.' Hunt and Judge I'I'"C' I nthit connection the committee desires lines were contributed. by ye host: followed by prayer by Rev. Dunlap. day's work. Calomel 1* quicksilver\ and without being salirated. Your druggist i f';
tlt Acres and others of St. Joseph, Mo., to express: their'great appreciation : Minutes of last meeting were read and it salivate*| calomel Injure your liver guarantees that each spoonful will start -:
? + capitalists Interested.In the interur-I to all who-in anyway assisted in Not growing old, but other forms. unfurl approved by the secretary Mrt. If you are bilious feel lazy, sluggish your liver, clean your bowels and ,j i
) 'ban 'rallwa'company.: At Sanford contributing to the success of the Doughty. Treasurers report by Mrs. Mid *11 knocked out, It your bowel are straighten you up by morning or you !*
> they :were shown over the celery fields meeting and the entertainment of the As down the winding course7 of life E.' L. Goodwin. Song, ;"Tara't Hall," constipated 'and your lead ache or get back. Children gladly
q with'whichthey were highly pleased visitors. we stray; by Mrs. A. E. Drought.Recitation i stomach. I la lOur! just take a spoonful of take your Dodson's money Liver Tone because it is -I,
,, finding thing way beyond their ex- The next meeting will be held in the And constant youth doth radiant "Landing of the Pilgrims barmleM Dod D"s Liver Tone Instead '
l On Sanford made same place on Wednesday pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or 1',
''J. C..tlonl. leaving order gleam, by Miss Richardson. of using tokening, salivating calomel. '
..fifty-railed rive, touring the country 7, at 2 p. m., unless otherwise To light us ,on our earthly way. Reading by Mr. Adams Dodion' Liver Tone I Is real liver medicines cramp or make them Sick. '
i round Orlando, then by auto from J. N. BURCII, Sec'y. ' Mrs. Wentworth. You'll know it next morning because I am selling millions of bottle of < <
Orlando to Kissimmee, but being a Consigned to earth, we earthly burdens -I Talk by Mr. E. L. Goodwin.! you will wake up. feeling fine. Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have \!
day late could not spend much time Mrs. Fred Smith of Avon Park, who I I bear Talk, ."Pickett's'. Charge," by Mr. your liver will be working, your head found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver
there, but all thought it a pretty town has been visiting her sister, Miss Ruth Our mission and our duty ever; Churchill. ache and dizziness: gone, .your stomach medicine take the place of dangerous,
'and Mrs. Ross Cox about Broadway in Bass for the past week, returned Till Charon stands with oar in hand Reading, Daniel Webster, by Mr. will be sweet and bowels. relrular. You calomel. Buy one bottle on my sound k
I' Kissimmee being such a lovely drive; home Monday. To row us o'er the silent river. Wentworth. will feel like working You'11 be cheerful reliable guarantee. Ask your druggl t
arriving in St. Cloud Saturday even- Miss Edythe James was the weekend Remarks by Mr. Crissey and Rev. ; foil of energy, vigbr and ambition.! about me. Vtv
' Ing/!where a banquet was given them guest of Mrs. C. L. Bandy of Kis Dunlap.Mr. ,
Anson McGill of former
F s at the new St. Cloud' Hotel by the simmee. Brooksville Wentworth will have charge ofthe '-_ ,
the Mrs. R. B Savage and daughter bookkeeper of Makinson Hardware; "'"'" _'>I
Board of Trade. On Sunday party ; program for next meeting to beheld --
motored to Runnymede Motel, where a Miss Lenora, of Kissimmeo were visiting Company is spending the week with the second Tuesday in February. BULKHEAD PLANS PREPARED; I propriate private grounds for widen-
j bountiful dinner was served to them, friends in St. Cloud on Monday.. his parents! on New York nyenuc.Johnson's I The meeting closed by sinking READY TO BE SUBMITTED mg streets, or parts thereof, or for '"
81'1' dSunday night leaving >(or City Clerk Fred Kenney and family Bakery furnished the "Auld Lang Syne." I the purpose of extending; the same, .,
,\ where they were met on Monday were pleasantly entertained us dinner I cnke for the piffany service Friday I j er for laying out new streets, avenues, I
) morning1' by the Board of Trade, show guests at the C. C. Pcttis' home on night.J. : {Continued From Page One. ) alleys squares: perks, or prorii'en-
B. Haddock was Kisaimmee DIVIDE STATE IN SECTIONS 'ades, when the public conveniencemay
of interest in
ing: them by auto points I Thursday. ciate his work in the
Lakeland number of St. Clou people1enjoye visitor on Sunday.Mr. past by quick and so require, in the manner and
the city1. From Tampa to Quite a BOUNDED BY NATURAL WATER
j Peter Pepper, wife and daughter substantial work along this line. law for condemns-
t by auto' and on Tuesday morning the da ride across the lake Sunday !form provided by
I Board of Trade at Lakeland had ar- afternoon in the boat Maud. Aftera of Beaver Falls Pa., who are COURSES TO WAGE TICK WARE. Act of I Legislature ,''lion'and' to assess the cost and ex-
i< ranged an elaborate banquet and I' ramble through the woods a bountiful I topring the State, stopped in St. Folowing is the special act of the ense thereof pro rata upon the property .
4 Cloud for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Legislature authorizing: the City of specially benefited thereby to
drive around lunch spread consisting of ;
> afterward a fifty-mile was M. Nirhbert Inioector ia Charrein.Florida Kissimmee to construct and maintain .
the surrounding: country. From Lakeland sandwiches, pickles, salad and coffee. )John Houston on Delaware avenue. bulkhead require parties, or their agent; own- A
J't l':'. taking the train to Haines City, Those who enjoyed I the trip were: Mrs. Quite a large crowd of our young for Animal Industry Section: 1. That the Councilof ing property within the city to bring
I where Mr. Wm. P. Huie, of Haines Van Denberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ed people went to Kissimmeyj to attend Bureau Issues Official Order Kissimmee Florida, shall City within the same to a grade or topographicallevel
and Mrs. P. D. Marine the band concert. by filling or excavating as shall
for bountiful Mr.
4 '\ City, had arranged a George, the
,:' ;'" dinner at the Park Hotel, after which and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Der- Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Estcs of Orlando, limitations of this act, have the be deemed, necessary, the city havblg-
":J <.0. they took the autos to the orange; ham Neal llartlett Van Ricketts former residents of Madeira MiAn., Having for his purpose the simpl'fl- power by ordinance to provide for the and exercising the same right of a -
t and of C. C. Pettis and family cation of the work nicident eradi- construction and maintenance of a
-l After this trip the capitalists Misses Pearl Creel Ruth Wylie Cora neighbors to lion and its enforcement as provided
,s groves.were more than pleased with Farris Ruth Bass and Edythe Williams motored to St. Cloud Wednesdayand cation of the work incident to eradi- I bulkhead and fill along the lake frontof Iin i cases of sidewalks and st'reet pav-
" ;t'r!;,. ,what-they had seen and-said the half I Messrs. Clarence and Elvin spent a pleasant afternoon at the M. Nighbert! inspector in charge in : the thereof city and to assess the. expenses ing, when the said work of excavating1lor
p 'v' a bed ben told about the possi- Farris, Mrs. F"" M. Smith Mr. and latter s home. Florida for the United States Bureauof on the property which i filling shall be done by the city
; never shall be
iJ+ i bUitle of Central Florida and three Mrs. Josh Ferguson. ,Mrs. Emma Thierry, Mr. and Mrs. Animal Industry has issued an order especially benefited by the after proper notice tj the owner or .
_f ;. t:)t of the parties said they were going to I Capt. J. K. Con, James Crane, Mr. I Fred Thierry Mrs. Zimmerman, Mrs. dividing& the State into sections/ amount improvement of such in benefit proportion;! to the the agent and refusal or neglect to comply
Tambern Mrs. Bert which are in most cases bounded by or upon their .
Invest the bulk of their money in Wilson. and Will Tunnicliffe went << .. Tambern: abutters in on part.In
k".. t.v:! Florida Mrs. Cox of St. Joseph Mo I f fishing on Monday across to Boggy I land son, George all of Winona, III., natural water courses, as offering the. where equally, proportion benefited to and frontage all addition to the powers herein
J\ Mid she had often dreamed of heave Creek. >i on Wednesday last to spend greatest safety from cattle on open land upon enumerated, the City Council shall
f the wniter. ( ranges drifting into free or working improved and benefited by rea- have all the and all
," but never expected to be so near it in Messrs. M. Stewart Eldridge and powers
t ) this world as she was when she came I Pruitt _spent Sunday in Locosee. Mrs. W. H. Burtrvar who is an old di8tric 8. The order is as folows: son of the construction of said bulkhead the duties conferred or imposed by the
<, t to Florida. Dr. N. L. Bryan former proprietor resident of St. Cloud wishes to thank I I The Sections and fill, including that of the laws of the State of Florida now in
t' -- of the Seminole Pharmacy, motored to her many friends who so kindly re- I 1. Northwest portion of the State, City of Kissimmee; provided, that the I force, or which may hereafter be enacted -
'I >":!, Michigan Association St. Cloud on Sunday from Orlando. memherpd her hv tending her flowers comprising the counties of Escambia City Council may by ordinance or providing; generally for the
W. A. Freed and family and Mr. and a postcard shower on her seventy- I Santa Rosa Okoloosa, Walton and resolution provide for !the, payment government of cities and towns and
""yr; ;... One hundred people more or less ,I and Mrs. Samuel Huffman of Beaver second birthday, Sunday, January 7. | that prat of Holmes county west of of such part of the cost of such workor not inconsistent with the provisions
""Uichiganders, with their wives and Falls ent few days With friends Her most intimate friends called on the Choctnwhatchee river; all lying between l improvement as falls u">on the city, of this act.Section .
w friends assembled in the G. A_ R. post I here this week.Contractor a her and wished that her life might be I Perdido and Choctawhatchee I II for the proportion due by the city for 2. This act shall go into ef-
&, room on the'sixth at 2 p. m. in their i P. E. Morgan is putting! .spared to enjoy many more happy' i'givers, and bounded on the north by the construction of the streets and fect immediately upon its becoming a j
k ; regular monthly mee lngl Pre8ident I i a five-room bungalow on Florida birthdays. the Alabama state line and on th.3 avenues from their present terminalto law.
1" 'James Goff presiding. The exercises up between Eleventh and Twelfth Mr. and Mrs T. D. Hackett whose south by the Gulf of Mexico. said bulkhead through the reclaimed Approved June 4, 1915.
\ were opened by singing "America" avenue streets. home is in Norwalk, Ohio but spending 2. All the territory between the land; that the amounts of the assessments j -_. - - -
1 ."followed by prayer by the chaplain. the winter in Mt. Dora were .Choctawhatchee, river and Apalachi- made against the property A dry hacking cough is hard on
a' ';Re... Jenkins. The secretary's-report Surprise Party .at the Residence guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Julius 1 cola river, comprising the counties of benefited by said bulkhead improve- |, the lungs: often causing them to bleed.
t '. ;of the last''meeting was read and ap- Birthday of B. G. Merrill 512 Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Pratt Jackson Washington, Calhoun and ment shall be a lien upon the prooerty i Ballard's Horehound Syrup is a healing
'R %' proved. The treasurer Mrs. Many Massachusetts' AvenueOn whose home is in Norwalk. They are | Bay and the portion of Holmes cou'iiI I against which it is made which lien: balm that quickly repairs damageing
'. ., ' penny, presented her report showing spending t hewinter in St. Cloud, and I ty east of 1 / that the association's finances, were in Thursday, January 4, when Old huve rooms in the Bordner home all bounded on the north by the Alabama or equity having jurisdiction in the "5c. 60; and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
"' food shape!, with a balance of $12.92 Father Time Jooked at his hourglass ore vreatly pleased with Florida and state line, and on the south by the I same manner that liens are enforced Osceola Pharmacy.
..? on hand., The following program was 'he found it time for some one to celebrate St. Cloud. ,I Gulf of Mexico. | under the general lien law of the I I
J l ''"-\provided' for the entertainment of theassemblage a birthday; also that the sands Rev. J. Melmaker and some others I I 3. All the territory lyinG!r between'the State of Florida; that the method of Visiting cards printed by the Val
had run down to the figure 60. When left Tuesday morning to attend the Apalachicola and Aucilla rivers, making assessments shall be provided I It ley Gazette Job Department.
t Ir,'. Instrumental music Comrade Hen- such a nimportant event occurs it l is Baptist State Convention, which convene i comprising the counties of Gadsden. by t ordinance and shall be in accord-
'r 'ttrlx, first\ "violin; Comrade Andrist, meet and proper that we all take notice ?! at Orlando on January 9. I Liberty Franklin Wakulla, Leon andJefferson ance with law and after full notice to
fr ; .... second violin, and Miss Edith Harrod, for we only pass the 60th mark' Messrs. Pruitt, EldrIdge, James I ; bounded on the north by the 'all parties in interest; that the tB -
: accompanist, two selection. once in a lifetime; accordingly invitations Crane and Will Tunnicliffe spent Sat- Georgia state line and on the south by I :amount of each assessment so made s
+'' 'L' Recitation, "Oh You St. Cloud" I to some intimate friends to come urday in Kenansville and Locoossee. the Gulf of Mexico. shall be payable in equal installments ; CI !PILLS
V Miss Goldie Grove For an encore and make merry with a surprise for Mr. Hansen is putting up a large 4. All territory lying between the -covering a period of not exceeding ttf l l : t c \
;;:: =tB
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i shgave "Billie Has Turned .to be I the little lady of the house were issued house on Illinois avenu and.Thirteenth Aucilla river on the west and the I''Len! ((10) years, and shall bear interest ''I''.'. R.4 a. in* v..e' .:::i:11Jc O "
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Bor." <. a'l and they all responded nobly. street. Withlacoothee end Suwannee rivers I it the rat of six per cent per annum ...... Ml,.d with, Blua, R _.
7 1 ' The St. ''Cloud March, composed Mrs. Merrill for she was the vic- Mis Star Paisley and Miss Mae Pet- on the east, comprising the countiesof from I the day it Is fixed and determind T.Y.r.' .A.k/aCIAdI araa! a ,
y' wtt; ', 'Comrade John Andrist and by I tim chosen was induced to take Dr. the who at- Madison, Taylor and Lafayette and shall immediately become alien ''''Alii.'''. KUAN.. I"L e., ..
. played til.were among teachres ; ; the and remain ,"' .__"B.Ls.1.6A1.I ... .......
... him, with.Edith Harrod at the piano. and Mrt. Ashley out riding in the new tended the Florida Educational Assocaltion bounded on the north by the Georgia upon property O10 BY DRUGGISTS(( EVEKYUKERG
col- Ford the chauffeur having been state line and the south luch' hen until paL; to take and ap-
{"X Reading, ?'Two Voices, being a 'at Arcadia. on by the I'
loquoy In. -verse between two old veterans secretly instructed not to return earlier Mrs. Johnson who is spending the I Gulf of Mexico. I '
1 ,'a "Johnny and a'tYank" than 2:15: nor later than 2:30: p. winter at Orlando! was visiting for a 8. Hamilton county bounded b# the ; ,
whereh\ ch promised their. supportto m. Soon after her departure her few days this week at the home of Swannee river and tributaries and the I C. A. CARSON, President N. C BRyAN Secretary.The' .

Old. Glory is this country should home was invaded by a host,.who pro. Mr. and Mrs. Mercereau. Georgia state line. ,
'become involved In war,J.mes Goff. I ceeded to arrange for the oncoming ,' Mrs.''''Olson of Orlando Is\ spendingthe 6. All territory comprising; the
Song "Comrades We feast' When. everything was in readiness week with her parents, Mr. and counties 'of Suwannee ColumbiaBradford Waters & Carson ,
i ,i .\ Old." ByfComrade J. F. and the man of-the house announced Mrs. Mercereau, on Florida avenue. Baker, Clay, Nassau andDuval
'f'4 " . Instrumental music.Are'Growini't "she comes," the invaders retreated --.-- lying east of the Suwannee
6, /' ,':' Jones and Andrist; Edith to the shelter of the portieres, Mr. G. M. Scranton of Dillonvale. river north of the Santa Fe river and
''I )t. '" companist. I only emerging with merry greetings.; Ohio, was the guest of his uncle and west of the St. Johns river, and the
''ft! !I Song, "Trabbling Back to Georgia," When Mrs. Merrill entered she was aunt Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scranton of Atlantic Ocean and bounded on the Grocery CompanyWholesale
t ;y' J.. N.' Burch and James Goff, accompanied ,dumbfounded. One of the happy Incidents << Minnesota avenue four days the past north by the St. Marys river and the
by Edith Harrod. of the dav was the presentation week. Mr. Scranton is very much Georgia state line.Natural .
r e ""* Song "Michigan My Michigan," 'I'I'Comradel of a fine alligator bag;, the gift from pleased with his trip South. Boundaries

;! Bullard, doff and Burch. thof.+ present. This pleasant dutyfell A jolly picnic party enjoyed a day's 7. All territpry\ comprising the and Retail Dealers in
Rev. Jenkins gave a short talk appropriate to Mrs. Kenney. After a characteristic outing at the Shaker Colony on counties of Alachua I.c\y, Marlon. I
I- to the occasion, after which I response by Mrs. Merrill, the Wednesday. The trip was made in a Putnam Lake, Sumter Seminole and
;f 'q ;ihe committee on refreshments, as- feast, was announced and such a feast.I 'horseless wagon (drawn by mules). Orange bounded on the north by the. GROCERIES
s :sis ted by several of the ladies serv,.?d think the table surely !groaned under On arrival at the Colony the party I Ii ':Santa Fe; river on the east by the St.
? 'the and all in attendance with the bountiful of i and ;
guests supply good things was entertained by Sister Sadie ,Johns river on the south by Osceola
ice cream and cake. I to eat provided by the man of the Sister Mabel and Mr. Stewart, with and ;on the west by the Suwannee -
y ;t. The officers and members of the house but there was too much laughter music and refreshments after which county river, Gulf of Mexico and Withla- .
''l association are very much gratified at and talk to think of such a trivial Barnes were .indulged in and the party coochee river. 4000000000000000 . . 0 . . 0 00 . ,
; "i the fine showing that Michigan is thin, as "eating." There was no need viewed the pinery, canna and orange 8. That territory comprising the 0 0 0 ..
snaking in the Wonder City this win- j 'of hte "fatted calf," enough wtihout making, etc. Those en-
h g groves, syrup Bounties of Volusia, St. Johns and that 0 WE SELL: WE BUY: .

-------- ._ part of Duval county east and southof 0 0 .
----- --- ----- ---- '
-- -- -- -- --- the St. Johns river, being boundedon HA Y I .

---1 the north by the St. Johns river; O g1DES. .. .
on the east by the Atlantic ocean; on 0 GRAIN .
the south by Brevard county and St. 0 0 FURS .
Johns river and on the west by the 0 FERTILIZERS .
St. Johns river. WOOL .
.1 9. All territory comprising the 0 SHINGLES 0 .
Appe to Reason counties of Cltru' Hemando Pasco, 0 0 AND .
Hillsborough\ Polk, Manatee, DeSoto ORANGE BOXES. .
., and Pinellas; this makes another sep- 0 ALL .
arate territory lying south of the 0 ORANGE WRAPS, .
{ Withlacoochee river; west of Withla- 0 0 COUNTRY

; Ask any of the great army of Postum users what influenced them coochee and Kissimmee rivers and 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 .
,a Lake Okeechobee;; north of Caloosa- 0 0 PRODUCE .

: to try this beverage, and the reply nine times out of ten will be that they: I hatchee Mexico. river; and east of the Gulf of ..I CRATE NAILS .. o ;

; were convinced the caffeine and tannin in tea and coffee were harmful to 10. All teritory comprising the . 0000000 400 00 000 . 0000 eWe . . .
counties of Osceola Brevard. St.
Lucie and that of Palm Beach .
health. I county north 01 part the Hillsboro Canal sell field and garden seeds of all kinds.r

Including an area bounded on the Wi give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.

Some imagine it is hard' to give up coffee and tea. But it isn't with north bj; Orange and Volusia counties; Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12.
I on the south by the Hillsboro Canal;
We county agents for good fertilizers. Ask u* for circular and prior
and the west bv the .Kissimmee arc
,,, the delightful aroma and flavor of Postum at hand. This flavor somewhat fertilizer
r } and St. Johns rivers and Lake Okee- rod i

,, f u resembles that of a high-grade Java coffee, but there is no coffee in Postum chobee. y - -- -- -- ..
I 11. Lee county being bounded approximately II

.4 i -only, the nourishing goodness of wheat skilfully processed with a'small on the north by the Cal- I I "ICugene
oosahatchee river the east by the
,1 ; on C. Bryan. Pre. A. H. Bryan, Vice Pre. P. 1 K. Weaver, Scc'y.lrcas.
cent of wholesome molasses. Everglades: on the south by the Everglades -
per ; anon the west by the Gulf of .e

l'a Mexico. ,
Postum comes in two forms: Postum Cereal, which has to be I 12. Monroe county the cattle popu-
lation being principally at Key West

boiled Instant Postum soluble made in the Some and surrounding keys.
{ :" ; ,- -- cup, instantly. pre ..
t fer one,' some. the other. Made right, they are alike delicious, and the cost COUNTY COMMISSIONERS BACK '

B,4.\1..,: per .cup is about the same. There's better health, comfort and efficiency in FROM TRIP TO ST. PETERSBURGThe Bryan Realty CompanyGRAYSTONE '.i

o members of the Board of County
Commissioners returned Saturday
I from St. Petersburg, where they
I POSTUM spent several days looking over the -,
thirty-nine miles of paving recentlyput -- -
down on the street of the "Sun-
d1 thin City." They were well pleased

"There's Reason" I with what they saw, and during their
a. stay there were the recipient or much.
riff '',..,,: :1 a. '". attention. Orange Gi*yes, Timber lands, I We p.; T. .. fer.Act N--.,
'ti .. I Cattfa. RsMcsJes, CsmXry-saul IrIuta "' MAgMte Ow pr's > "
$A.x ry : : ' .... ill.... '. ." : ,. .y Tile.{ : Valley "Gaiette doe excellent Ot>; Property. '., fer RcHUI prgery''
,c 'j. ,.'t' I .,,' . : _4-, t _" : 1 A', . ,___ .S. .., p<, 1'" 1:4. .:. ., "" ",' -'_' e. __ i ,lob printing of' all'kind' ", ', .....;. ... ., ', '
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I) .- .without, baring ordered that It *
: February Chief
The Announcement of
Will inclusive. the -
exhibit: at Kmimme 14 to 17. sent to you, no payment for It *

Each day throughout the exhibition there. will j be horse" races .on 0. wilt be asked of tOil The 0 Presence: Will Insure 'a:, s
SELLS'Fitc County Commissioners of OscO :
Large Attendance
the the Fair Ground 0 ota ,
", speedway at county are paying for It'.s *
A carnival and trained animal'ihow will exhibit daily from February 0 an-advertiaemenffor this coun4oty. '- i,
/) Your has been of features Firth
LiCe Accident and name supplied One the of the
I 12th to 17th. inclusive.. 0 to them by one of your friends Annual Convention of the Stato LiveStock
will 0, in tie, hope. that you would be O Association, which-will beheld
Various free attraction be the throughout the
Health, Plate Glass Lia on program ...Interested in ItCattlrrhmeansilii'
this section of Flor- In Gainesville, January 16-1P, will bethe
Fair. < O Ida. O : address of Governor Sidney J.
-. bility and hailer Insurance Athletic also will add interest and amusement. 0 a 2atts, who hat accepted an invitation,
sport :>H e 0.0
0 OO"Co'U 0000 0 to address the assemblage.
Legal Bonds Executed The official annual State show, of the American Poultry Association This announcement will certainly r!,
for Florida will exhibit in connection with this Fair.'Poultry INLAND CANAL PROJECT NOW assure a large attendance, Mr. Catts
Same Needed. ASSUMES A DEFINITE SHAPE being well-known throughout the
Day exhibits will be entered from many sections,of Florida. state as a public'speaker. It will be Inflammation isth w

Friday I((16th) will be Educational. Day-in conjunction with an (Continued From Page One.) a gala, 17th day) as for many Gainesville other interesting(Wednesday of circulation blood-the with i 0 1

OFFICE: State Bail Building exhibit of work by pupil of Otceola c unty's public chool ministrative board to be named either and entertaining features have been OI COUI'Moa ea.....'
The dub and the boys clubs of the will arranged for that time. .It is expected this condition. It
girl* canning corn county ,commissioners or supervisors of threeI ?
that there will be kidney
a large represents Indigestion MM
I or five or more, clothed with the lunI -
I. ... have extensive exhibits. ,'ion. of stock men from this section. I jest the to
.. necessary powers; power
Other interesting attraction.-amusement and exhibit*-will be ,borrow money for temporary organization I '

Trip FLORIDA METAI.PRODUCTSCO announced later. I either themselves cost purposes, or, under to construct contract,, ADVERTISED LETTERSThe : I Peruna i.Si

MANUFACTURE People throughout Osceola county are requested to prepare in- water highways throughout the district I creases the circulation,La
following advertised letters for
system removes ths
di,idual and collective exhibit ; to purchase or condemn exist- the two weeks ..)
METAL ing artificial water highways, to issue ending January 15, brightens you opt:
CEILINGSCULVERTS.SHINGLE5 Specimen of vegetables, fruit, flowers (domesticated and wild), bonds to cover the construction or office 1917, :remain in the Kissimmee post.: Over 44 :"'

I \ herbs, fish, berries (domesticated and wild), trees, woods, needlework purchase attorneys,cost; to employ ,engineers etc., to, Maggie Alderman, A. Bassett, J. Of service to the pubtM.

and fancy work, grain, forage, seeds, canned products, jellies, and art levy taxes either superintendents for direct construc- E.Barnes E.obb! H.,H.Miss Colter Alma, A. V. Chibbs Mr., place with you '.,.,

II I II AND OTHER and crafts (including china painting, etc.) v tion and maintenance of indebtedness, or ,for and the redemption and MrsHorace Dupree,Drawdy.W. E. Ford, ItMtnkea';

I I SHEET METAL Exhibits of curios, natural, historical and otherwise, also will be the power to invite the participation especially -- A. M. Gilbert, Mrs. Lauiy Green H/ Miss The Terns Cosspsay. < -
Everleen Cardan C. G. Goff
I of the State and Federal Gov- You CM: get Petnn 1 t
BUILDING welcomed. rellfi Richard J. Hare Mrs.
I | ernments to negotiate with them, and /or convnlaeceaI
I MATERIAL /( The Osceola County Fair i is for the benefit of the WHOLE county, to enter into contracts with them. Hicks, F. M. Holohan, Herbert L.
WftITt TODAY 4tJUU >Nl> SPECIALrOHCATALOtVU "The Knott, J. W. King, Wm. Knight, E.,I --'4B. / '
QUOTATION: and each citizen, resident, or visitor i il invited to contribute in any lis advantage of handling a pub- Libby, T. A. Lamb, J. C. Ledbetter,' Smith, J. Stewart *. 'Itil
JACKSON v LUE .-.... >FLA.MUSTANG. improvement of this magnitude W. C. Mallett, Otto Mack. B. McKee, Lavls, A. T1Ier, Johnrjtt.
the of its and character under and I
way possible to promotion success ,statutory R.I\ D. McLaughlin, J. J. McLane, W.;Wilcox Samuel Wards), tJ!;.v
legislative enactments instead of attempting I I Fates TheFati, 1 1
to Overstreet, Herbert Parker Will Rob- 'Berry II:
accomplish it through Individual erts, J. P. B. B8IMPSO ;',Poet
effort or. voluntary associations Sharp, Henry Simpson, H. .... .
must be obvious to any business i- -
man who has had practical experience +. .+..... .. ... . . ..O. . ..... . ......

Sores For Sprains Cuts, Rheumatism Lameness, ASSOCIATION TO .BE HELD AT GAINESVILLE[ [ JAN. 16-19 "The question Bonds at of Premium the scope and ColdStorag Freshm: } t!

Boundaries of the district l is of the I
Penetrate and Heal T utmost importance. In my opinion It .
is Imperative for the ultimate success ... "
Stops Pain At Once Tuesday, 9 a. m. Crops In Florida, C. V Piper, wah-I of the proposition to combine the East Storage Rate Beginning December 1ft: .jJ'-:4o''+'.
For Man and Beast President W. F. Blackman, Chairman. ington, D. C. Coast with the St. Johns River; : ;:

&sac.$1. At All Dealer. Addresses of WelcomeFor -- 8:15 p. m., The Future oft the Live otherwise, two navigation districts Storage on all Meats, 1-2 cent pound, Fifteen DaCuring +
the University, Pres. A. A. Stock Industry in Florida, Gov. Sid- would be formed, which would con-, perk .
Murphree.For ney J. Catts. tinue to fight each in the same spirit ready for smoking, 1 l-2c.
} .
LINIMENTRESIDENCE the City, Hon. C. Matheson. of rivalry whcih ,has BO far delayed Twenty Day .)w'Curing ir
Response, Dr W .F. Blackman, Sanford Thursday a. m. th eproject' and prevented the achievement 1 and :
Fla. of either plan. With a district of Smoking, Twenty-five. Days, 2c per jibund.
J. M. Scott, Chairman '
10 a. m., Our Objects and Aims, this size, comprising roughly one-
P. L. Sutherland Jacksonville, Fla. 9 a. m., Market Requirements of third of the State of Florida and including '
10:30: a. Educational; Work and Dairy Products, Dr. L. R. Lang, Jacksonville the city of Jacksonville and Bring us your hogs the day they are killed. We will'i

FOR SALEMy the Live Stock Industry, Dean P. II. Fla. the wealthiest and most progressive 's ", "
Rolfs, Gainesville, Fla. 9:20: a. m., How the Creamery Can portion of the State, the annual tax the resU
residence 316 Church street. 11 a. m. The Packing Plant and the Aid the Growth of the Live Stock Industry levy would obvipusly' be a ivegligibl
Eight roonis All' modern Im Live Stoclc! Farmer, II. B. Minium, in Florida, Prof. J. M. Burgess, quantity.. The bond issue. would finda '
Clemson S. C. s.
market. '
Jacksonville, Fla. ready
provements. Double. garage. 11:30 a. m., How the Farmer Can 9:40: a. m., Best Home-Grown Feeds In fact, it would unquestionably be KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE '
Terms if desired. Supply the Demands of the Packing for the, Dairy, L Majewski, Monticello snatched up by bond houses and the O'ie

49-tf JAMES W. LILLY. House, Z, C. ,Chambliss, Ocala, Fla. Fla. bonds would practically sell at a
I 10 a. m., Jersey CaUle. premium. ... .. . .oo..o.. oooou.. 1t123A
Tuesday, 2 p. m. 10:15 a. m., The Live Stock Insti- "Such district would certainly;
tute, Pres. A. A Murphree. command the attention of the Federal
Blackjnan r
President W. F.
WANTEDAT Chairman 10:30 a.: m.-Financing the Live government. Behind it would stand
[ 2 m., Tick Eradication, Dr. E.
p. Stock Industry in Florida, A. P. An- f
the legislative and executive depart-
M. Nighbert, Jacksonville, Fla.
. 2:45: m Effective County Co-op- thony. ments'Of the State governments, the S. S. GRIFFIN BUYS AND SELLS. REAL ESTMlFIVE
HIGHEST PRICES eration in'rick Eradication, Dr. Jean 11 a. m., Bankers of Lake County commercial ad property interests of .
end Live Stock Improvement, G. G. and .
V. Jacksonville Fla. one-third of the State of Florida, ( ., ,
. Knapp, ,
, Ware, Leesburg Fla. the united support of the. Florida del
3:15 HUNDRED ACRES bridtVrcDixie
p. m., Results Obtained From 11:30 a. m.. Starting a Live Stock egation in Congress, besides powerful facing on Orlando-Kiwimmee
Coon Hides, Skunk Dipping. Cattle (three-minute addresses Ranch in Florida, C. L. Gaines, Jack- influences throughout the United Highway). 4 ':
Pat Johnson and ':
), others, Kissimmee "
I -Hides, Pox Hides, Fla. sonville, Fla. States, which are interested directlyor ONE HUNDRED FORTY FIVE ACRES: on OrlandoWinterbrick >e

Opossum; Hides, Otter 3:30: p. m. Needed Legislation In Thursday, 2 p. m. indirectly. in Florida proper. road. Has threefourth of a mils of lakeshore fronti e, ....
Florida, Dr. W. F. Blackman, Sanford, ;
I Hides Fla. J. M. Scott, Chairman WESLEY CLARK: IN TOWN ORANGE GROVE AT'A SACRIFICE-Now pay,< 8 per ccnV oa'

.. Don't jWithost Showing For,to Miller.4:15 'p. m., Discussion. led by W A. 2 p. m., How Can the Beef Cattle GREETING OLD FRIENDS $20.000 valuation Buildings and imjrovemeMs .aretyortM!
Industry Be Properly Developed In f
10000.' Owner "Sell for 10,000.' Border bsr
' W, F, D, T says on pubM
W. B. MAKINSON CO. Florida Ward Washington
;.; Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. C. ', a Our good,older friend, Wesley W, r.oadJ I also overlooks a beautiful lake ; : Si

Reception by the Citizens of Gaines- 2:45 p. m., Beef Cattle In Florida S., Clarki of the Campbell section was i In .o 1 ORLANDO OFFICE Jn Orlanda' Bankand Trust'
ville. .. H Gatlskill Mclntosh, Fla. ty the first part of the week, I ,. zi rBuilding. ,
3 p. m. Herefords, Henry O. Mox- coming here to look after some important .:t J.' :'
Wednesday, 9 a. m. ley, Shelbyville, Ky. business matters, one of: KISSIMMEE
OFFICE In Griffin's
President W. F. Blackman, Chairman 3:15: p. m., Shorthorns, T. G. Chas- which he stated, was renewing his sub- : Garage. 8-12 PossleljJtvt.i .IiT'.',
9 a. m.:. Bermuda Grass, C. K. Mc- tain, Atlanta, Ga. scViption .to the Valley Gazette. lie tj : <
SAWMILL Quarrie, State Agent, Gainesville, Fla. 3:30 p. m., Aberdeen Angus, Thos. not only paid up his old sub., but filedan
9:20 a. m.. Joint Grass, Hon. J. N. Cochran, Shelbyville, Ky. order for the new for such a time
MACHINERY1 Whitner, Sanford, Fla. 3:45: p. m., Visit Dairy Barn and that he would not be worried of caus- r e p
AND 9:40 a m. Para Grass, Dr J. G. Du- Hog Lot. ing it to lapse by default. Mr. Clark "
Puis, Lemon City, Fla. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. was free to state that the Gazette wasa '\J.J .
10 Cassava, W. B. Willett good and that he could not be '
ALL SUPPLIES a. m. J. M. Scott, Chairman paper ;
Maitland, Fla. without it. Stout Lumber CoyS000Eae0Ra :
Writs For Pncss And_ 10:15: a. m., Velvet Beans, J. M. 730: p. m., Profitable and Progressive While in the city he took occasion to
k Scott Live Stock Industry, Dr. P. E. hunt old
Gainesville Fla. up acquaintancen, who are TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER 00. J
Catalogue 10:30: a. m., The Silo and Silage Bahnsen, Atlanta, Ga. alwayse glad to see his genial smile
Crops, Prof. C. L. Willoughby, Gainesville 8:16p m., Hog Cholera (Illustrated) and enjoy his hearty handshake. DEALERS IN Ii ;;
Fla. Dr. A. II. Logan, Gainesville, Fla.
I 11:15: am., for Florida I GIVE "SYRUP OF FIGS" YELLOW PINE AND CYPRE$:
S. M. Tracy, Washington, D. C. Friday 9 a. m. TO CONSTIPATED CHILD .
'President W F." Blackman, Chairman
9 J. E. Hite. LUMBERNovelty ;
m. a. m. Sheep
Delicious "Fruit Laxative" can't harm
President W. F." Backman, Chairman 9:30: a m.. Advantages of Florida '
tender little Stomach, liver 4 4It
2 p. m. Corn, S. M. Hiatt, Mari- for Live Stock Industry, F. L. Burt, and bowels Works in Connection
anna, Fla. I DeLeon Springs, Fla. ,
I 2:30: p. m, Peanuts, J. M. Meffert, 9:45: a. m., Diseases of Swine Other
Ocala, Fla Than Cholera, Dr. C. F. Dawson, Jack- Look at the tongue, mother! If is our pleasure to five yon. estimates at all times. A
2:50 p. m., Sorghum T. W. Shands, sonville, Fla. coated, your little one's stomach, liver Courteous Attention and Prompt Delivery. tr
City Market Green Cove Springs, Fla. 10:15: am., loge in Florida, Prof. and bowels need cleansing at once. ,
, 3:10: p. m., Japanese Cane. R. W. A P. Spencer. When peevish, cross, listless, doesn't "
I Storrs, DeFuniak Springs, Fla. sleep, eat or act naturally or is feverish ) Phone 21 Kissimmee fl( .' *
3:30: p. m., Insects That Attack Our Lame back may come from overwork stomach sour; breath bad; has I ' i ,

Fresh Florida and Forage Crops. R. N. Wilson, West cold settled in the muscles of sore throat, diarrhoea, full of cold, ... -.IIIIII.. .. .. .. -rt 11 ,
Palm Beach, Fla, the back, or from disease. In the two give a tenspoonful of "California Syrup --- --- ---
3:50 p. m., Business Meetnig, Flor- former cases the right remedy is of Fig and in a few hours all Y
Western Meats ida Stats Live (Stock Association. Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should be the foul, constipated waste, undigested -
rubbed in 'thoroughly over the affected food, and sour bile gently moves
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. part, the relief will be prompt and out of its" little bowels without griping -
; of all. kinds. President W. F. Blackman Chairman satisfactory.!\ Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 l and you have a well, playful .
I 7:30 p. m., Grasses and Forage I per bottle. Sold by Osceola Pharmacy. child again. Ask your druggist fora R. S. FLOYDDealer
I 60-cent bottlu of "California Syrup C d
: of FiQ' ." which contains full directions -
Phone your orders .0000000000000000..000000000.0000000.00000..000.... for babies, children of all ages In t

and for grown-ups. .
and they

! will be promptly"I PULLED OFF AT ARCADIA IN ,

WHICH 35,000 HEAD FIGUREDOne !....
I delivered. 'Dixie Limited"JANUARY Corner Broadway and Dakin Ave." "*' rcy ,>

of the largest deals in cattle ."

made in Florida in some time was Try Us on Your Next Order For,Febdja yfrll
I' Phone 44 9, 1917 that recently consummated at Ar- v wk. $ 41SiJ
cadia, when Parker: Bros. disposed of -
.. their extensive stock interests to the
Land of Jack-
Consolidated Company
,I Fast Morning Train sonville. There were approximately
36-.000 head involved in the deal, the 2 Chicago and half consideration lI'lillion'dollars said to in have clean been cash one- INSURANCE and REAL STAT

This would make the price paid per
Ask Your Grorer St. LouisLEAVE head about f 14.30.
J Recently the Consolidated Land Let insure Life Health
, us your your your Property,
Company, probably the largest landowners
ForCHEEK / JACKSONVILLE. . . :* 9:15 A. M. j in the State, have taken active Information in regard to property for $
part in the development lof Florida
7:30 P.
sale and rent
NEACS rough its support-of the cittla tick cheerfully given.
eradication campaign.* The concern
Observation Cars Compartment Can Dining Can owns or controls upwards of two mil- Inaddltlptttofifteen other good cottlipanleSwen

Standard 'Sleepers: Ho;nacres of lands in I.the state. now represent the well known i :3' 1

COFFEES : The liver loses its acidity at times HOME.FII 'iNSURA1 C$ CQ:ot NowtY rk
;Atlantic:, Coast !Liae 'i and needs help. Herbine is an sffee "
ive liver stimulant. It a1.0.unifies '
-' 'Stlt dArd Railroad of the'South. th* boweU; strengthens digestion and 'Gtiz'erswA '
V best By Every Test .. . ., restore ,strength, rigor and cheerful : Second Floor ICssImmee fIt
. f.( . t' c; .-" Price, 6p .. Sold. by Oseeola. 1 i f } H *% -, *r iyr
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'$, ", :*'Fine'home on the Dixie Highway-' Mary" Evernden';: ' of'. 'Dajrtoita 'Sick J eadKh'' Stomach........ Mix'coal oil''' with;water.' about ODe, '

i 4 '' '\, cold water!traall bearing grove .fine f..- : .tF RMATID returned' home Saturday after tisit For ., 'Sour ; pint 'ofoil, 'to' three.or,four gallons, :
Liter add Bowels
ing her brother and family for a -They. -
. and in from
bargain. of water bore
4y f '',1f week.'Dick. Work 'While You 'Sleep ; pour,
a Forty-acre: farm, excellent land, all : '. GROVE 4O/Y Darrow has Jleturl ed' to Collins one-half to one pint, 'and' It -I.1 sure 'i. j

f ?\'tlOn= small house, barn and about one S College, leaving; here Friday in Furred Bad Taste Indigestion death. Some die in hole others Juat"'. '(0)

f 1i i pnly $1,200'telms.' &, FIELD hi* car, together with his dog and' gun Sallow Tongue Skin and MiltrableHeadachea get out, while a feW come out 't\lTl1- ,

Look 'out for your chicken coop from liver inn handsprings. It U best to go overa
A' of come a torpid
,'. number c.ity'lota: beautifully l
Something killed two fine of and clogged "bowels which callS4your ground two or three''timea' a* a rood
+'rii pt low, price an ,,, '., M,C. Deer H & stomach to become tilled with many holes are ,
M G. KIBBE & Too"", [!. Fiamim COMMM:: W."u. Coat and L. M. Raulerson undigested food, which sours and Also watch sides of field as they
5 ,Yd "' .&. FIAo brought in a drove of porker from ferments like garbage; in a swill come in from the &1'.... They seem
,r1 v 0 IGitimroee. the country one day last week for barrel. That's the first step to to be more destructive in strawberries:
d \, lags, shipment.Mr. untold misery indigestion, foul than other plants. I have been btoh-
+ '= .. . .....t/. .. ... .. . . .. . Land Plaster and Mrs. J. W. Mean have returned gases, bad breata, yellow skin, ered very bad this fall with theme but

'A W \ tell me exactly what land to their home in Lake Worth mental fears, everything that Is since trying this experiment, have
f( I know it is ground after spneding a week with their horrible and nauseatin:. 'A Cass cleaned them out. I am writing this
but what are the elements niece, Mrs. T. B. Owens. caret tonight will give your constipated for benefit of others, knowing the ,destruction -
r MAKE YOUR I TI Only about a carload of fish was bowels thorough clenns- the pests can do.CLARK .
'/i, "...b.... -t.II.... b.,._. all I : As you mention land plas- shipped last week. The Standard ing and straighten VO'I out in the HOWELL.
'M M p.- ..b_ toothy plaat.d gypsum. Gypsum is a shipped seventy-one barrels and the morning. They work while :you
PRIZID CLLFCTION-Palm. sulphate of lime. Its chemi- Southern barrels of sleep-a 10-ec. t box fro.n your I
n a . fifty I
$* s Worth
ales S pl c. druggist will :
keep feeling good
r ROYAL COLLRCTION-P.Im., is CaSO ,2HZO. The F. T. McElreath of Hadley Ga. has you
: for months.
lart.r ciwdti, 14 piece.. *a.OO. the sulphate of lime (cal been in the band during the absence t f
u I....... M .|M>.... tnrludlnc ill in crystalization, but of Cashier Beavers, who has been at- I) I
Illnirtrmtcd eat.lo with order, tcndin ag meeting in Jacksonville.
off by high heat, and
REASONER nnoTunns, i of :11r'. and :Mrs V B. Austin fo St. LIMESTONE .
I b. au 1"011'A' plaster plaster there paris.iw found the AugustiMure" visiting Mr. and !Mrs : ; g

a rs ,.-- proportion of elements: 40 Jensen 1)) K. Austin with' them, having come over from f "S :* I. Purest, Dryest, and :c
-- l :.TJ: Ibs. .sulphur, :.M; Ihs kc 'o
/ 4 Itis. hydrogen. The Electric Light & 1 Ice Co., leteveryone Cheapest. o
J h calcimt is not really in town know when the New ;, STATE CHEMIST'S: ANALYSIS
the main el' ment of lime so Year came in by blowing their whis- '? Carbonate of Lime 97.73 per cent 4

) ( the 40 Ibs. calcium as I tIe early in the morning..' t SPECIALLY[ [ ADAPTED '< Moisture ______ ___ 2.00 per cent 4i'1'

: is 40 Ibs. calcium and 16 T B. from Owens the has Governor received as his Justiceof commission ; i Sand ___________u 0.27 per cent *

t. ....l I' I the Peace, he having ben: elected For Your 1-- .' -'- 4
..;' or wat?r-Rlaked is 40 Ibs to that office at the last election. We sell DIRECT to farmers! *
32 Ibs. and 2 Ibs. I I and other growers finely ground *
oxygen, The motor boat Reliance, Capt. G. A- 1 limestone. 4
[ is 40 Ibs. calcium, 12 Ibs. Watkins is being repaired and a new oOt Its analysis Is HIGHER than *>
i Bearing cabin built at the Standard ways. A
I 48 Ibs. oxygen. M. Johnson is doing the carpenterwork. any south of Mason-Dixon line. *
up these amounts you *> We keep in our warehouse *
I how it is that 100 Ibs. Misses May demons and Russ :FREE: : 1 several hundred tons of ground *
makes 56 Ibs. quick lime or
oOt limestone-which *
spent Christmas with their friend, DRY assures
slaked lime.
; _Ft Miss!! Sallie Pierce in Bassenger.The Our Interactive: Catalogue' prompt shipments. *
'. oOt We will SAVE you the mid"*.
r Pecan Soil colored population enjoyed a and List dleman's and absolutely *
Weekly Price
profit give you -
You dollar's worth barbecue. with their
a at
get a program
yI tell me what are the right the best limestone on'*
', dollar and an additional for pecans? quarters New Year's day. the market. *
e 'fl rect proportioning to give : Again referring to Flor- Douglas Austin was in the city a SENDTHEMJTODAY IOR oOt Our new machinery guarantees *
Station Bulletin No. part of last week. He drove the Ford the finest ground limestone. *
t {' Write for : trees may be found .over to Fort Pierce Wednesday.R. .
: on soils ranging from the L. Sparkman organized a lodflS Pineola Lime Company

to the less fertile pine of the Royal'Order of Moose in town .. OFFICE in Bank of Orange *
W La Wilson & Toomer hammock soils, however recently. They expect a chartersoon. SEED Oft oOt Building, Orlando Fla. *
-* JDI are inclined to develop wood oOt FACTORY at i'inpola, Fla. 4t
4 Manufacturers of fruit.\ Hume, the T. W. Jones has been down on East 8? JACKSONVILLE FLA. I O OOOOOOO O o.Ooo.

r f1 t Dealer in the bulletin says in his Beach for several days getting his ,
+ that pecans should not be land ready for and looking after
III : t'a'M-r Spraying Material "deep sandy lands, soils his porkers.T. . *+*++04++4++4++4++4+4*++44++++++*

x"f a Jacksonville I with with quicksand hardpan close subsoil to the C. Beavers has returned from

lands and Jacksonville, where he has. been, for a
a tpr poorly-drained t
clays." A sandy loam the few bank days on business connected with I I FAVORITE FERTILIZERS

v 4 with humus with a clay or
,4 a subsoil is accepted as best A cement walk has been built from
r ; ,
near the railroad tracks to the riveron ARE THE BEST FOR ALL CROPS

North Park street, a distance of
Flat Woods. LandI about half a mile. f SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR

.' i I some good flat woods land Those poles for the electric lightim- : .

1 > <*' drained. I expect to gar- will shed no light lying on the ground. : i CITRUS CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, .
-v first year or two, but.shall. I The Osceola loaded with lumber
ife : a gro\e. It has hardpan Saturday and cleared for Moore : i CORN, TOMATOESWrite .
] and a half or three feet of Haven.
*..v'z A>ii : !Miss Adeline Summerlin of Fort for our new price list on all brands Agricultural Chemicals :

7'I * I|' : You will do well to raise Pierce was a guest of' friends over Insecticides Materials, Etc. .
; ; ; a year or two before plant-- 2
6ia&y Sunday.Mrs.
$< ;\ '! fruit trees and without .
] land needs a good applica-- Carl Blount of Jupiter with I BEST MAINE SEED POT A TOES. .

I Lime, however! should her two sons, visiting her father, i are arriving daily-get our prices and get the best.
S ,1 ,. t4 ,, eat on any soil that you are Capt. Bass. J j We sell the HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing
j plant potatoes. Mrs. Evernden of Daytona is a '
'Buckeye Trees'.t I I hardpan is within four or guest of her son, H. F. Evernden, for in rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer, Lime. Ashes
of the surface you must an indefinite time. and soft Phsophate.
Good All Over before setting your trees II. L. Johnson will establish a hand USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE
even two feet below the laundry in the house the
yellow I
utt Tbr..alut F1 elda. la wry vltrmm interfere with the Rear 1 I on your citrus trees for sure results. Manufactured by,'J. Schnarr
+r + $ .ve. that ar..a..wer.ble proof .( not riyer. If it is a/success, he will add ;
N 1.ee1 s wlder.preadlaE, otrooir. Teld..t' tfmtt that .*!!. mt coo* *>rfe *. it i is 'considered of good business.
U jv A r..t.rer writes .I a t between than otherwise. All of the cattle owner about here THE INDEPENDENT
Immt JanMrr*' t h.T. mtrrr term Ires d. ought to run their stock through the I COMPANY
.pl stock yards and dipping vat to get rid
with the ." JACKSONVILLE
camnot *
tm mmm U. compare FLORIDA .
Oar tr*. calaloac tolla all abet our to use five or six pounds of the ticks. It arrange ay and we I , kaa-alFCtloa, nalltr. recnlt. per tree as a cure for die- think it could be .
ttt t do think about it? ooooo o.oo .oo oo. .ooo oo.o... ooo..o oe...
;" f' 'Nlap/rte/ e "r e mm rKrns-cnltnrr. from : you I
:p'> p.blllhed. Read for your eopr today. : An application of blue- CAR SHORTAGE A SERIOUS -
helps the tree overcome'a

yw 11. IL GI1-L.ETT. removtd. Five pounds I -

,T.. a,' ,, .i Laraeot Eaelualre'." (Clfrn ou. ropinion We would be an not excessive tecom- I I Growers Who Fail to Order Fertilizers ti 1I77w1r'Fertilizers

,. } in Time May Get None I
... . three or four pounds) to full
and it the t
: in using' grower
: ; ,* W. H. BROKAW, )keep in mind, that it ,is That the shortage of fr-' rnf- I.,
of the :
-that if the cause '
1 may greatly interfere with farmers'
) t;; {Watkins: loc has been fertilization (', cul soil ipplies of fertilizer, machinery I I
wrong or :,. \ II
I' line and other nece sides; t the opinion i
: I
'1t1 'J'ST. ---- -- -- ) conditions must results be cor I of the authorities in th" business I II Please remember that the Armour line of fertilizers! is

.: LOUIS LIVE STOCK hogs, $i ; I'I any lasting can I world most competent to judge. I COMPLETE. We manufacture fertilizer of EVERY kind for I

i. -* .' MARKET SPECIAL REPORT $8.75 to ; : ; > I I The !shortage i is increasing; at an I EVERY crop and soil. We manufacture or handle EVERY. t
best ; Trees alarming rate, with no relief in sight I i fertilizer material having recognized value to the growe .
; roughs, $ l { Young The September shortage of 19.000 !
I' National Stock Yards, Jlls., Jan. 2, Sheep: some young trees that suf- cars grew to 60,000 in October, 108- Arnlour Animal Fertilizers ;
.M. 917-Today's receipts: Cpttle 6,500; steady lack of drainage and havJ 000 in November! and close to 150,000
g oea..14.000; sheep 1800. week.: of dead wood. hough In December. At this rate March v The Armour Fertilizer Works is justly recognized head- I
.ifN .t"*i ICattlel-Market is closing the weak $13.60; : ; putting out new growth, see a lack of more than the :300,000cars quarters for finest grades of steamed bone flour raw bone f
: V.'*}ity'; active and 15c to 25c higher, plamish ; branches seem to be dy- annually necessary' for moving meal, dried blood, blood and bone tankage, Jic, and our animal I
'. 1, .compared with the high point of last lambs, $ ; farther all the time. fertilizres alone. fertilizers based on these materials are standard crop-makers
week.'! $9.50; : Probably a worm has en- These figures are authentic and throughout the country. Our special Florida formulas, developed -
!. ; Quotations: Choice to prime steers $7.50; ; I dead ends and is eating. such people as the Armour Fertilizer during nearly 30 years experience and study of Florida
a ,;... ,".'.60 to $8.25; good to choice, $6.8 to choice ; pith. Prune well back to an Works, the National Fertilizer and conditions, can be counted on to get ALL the profitfor
, %"7.?5. medium to good, $6.60 to $6R5; choice ; good: solid wood and ation and others see in the crops that fertilizer can.Chemical .
I\ ,Xv/cornmon' { to medium, $6 to (5.50( ; fat straight ; cut with liquid wax. onouirh seriousness to warrant ASSOCi-I you
.li *, ,cows, $6.35 to 7;$ medium cows, $6 to traight I warning: their close ..lrmorur or Mineral Fertilizers
\ ;r ''.*!Vf6.26: ; cutterr, $5.75 to $6;; canners, Tankage For HogeI make every: effort to place fertilizer
"wt f' SRaS to $5.60; heavy bulls, $6.25 to I some tankage for hogs; am orders early, to make sure of getting 1 For nearly 40 years we have offered purely mineral or I
; e.' :: $6.75i; \ ht bulls, $,rsg'vin to $6; yearl I get the (50( per cent grade. any at all. The usual shipping/: season chemical fertilizers We get the world's finest materials for :,
;1} ) &*, $5.40 to $5.65; heretics, $f5.25 to Any ; : There are three grades: of on fertilizers covers six to eight these brands by buying huge quantities direct from producers '
f $6/75; vealers $7 to $11; good to flesh ' on the market, as weeks. The railronds ask that at at most favorable timrs. We KNOW our materials are best
i, choice stockers and feeders, $ > .$6.76; mdfsjurn to good, $5.75 to $t>.25; I sore and I II cent protein. Protein is year. analyzed by our own especially trained chemists.These materials '
,% common to- medium, $5.50; to $5.75; I Ballard's I times the actual nitrogen. One of the country's foremost f:?r- are then double cured, screened, ground and blended
good stock heifers, $5.75 to $625;;; such I{ nitrogen content, multiply tilizer men is sending out this warning into crop-making formulas developed during our long experience -
'. .,stock cows $5.25 to $5.50. heals-; I by 824.' Therefore, the : "Farmers who order their fertilizers and study. Potash up to 5% if desired. (Pull descriptionis
i/tr Hog's: Best hogs lOc lower pigs 25c; I with the tankage commonly earlv will enable the: in our catalog booklet.
f.'i. 'lower. Choice hogs 180 Ibs. up. Price a protein content of abou, to move them before the railrOaI"I'
.g $10.20 to $10.50; 15 Oto 190 Iba. mixed Sold by Y ; While a great deal of'' opens and the cars can be ArH70ur Blood and Bone TankageIs
tankage is fed to both hogs and used several times und for sevral
I. if in being handled as hauls instead of one. This wlil bout ->'- the original article, familiar to" every Florida grower/: for
r' it has picked up anything the railroads, the dealers and the nearly 30 years as "blood ,And bone. More than 100,000) tons
of Armour Blood and Bone Tankage have actually been used
stock the buyer has no re manufacturers and will insure a aup.pyl *
M.e STOP :- is, therefore, safer to buy of fertilizers in a year when on by Florida growers.
l'k feed. account of high: prices for farm prod- Theleuetall' 4wcdbel .
Materials \
ucts fertilizers .9rmour
4- are going to pay bigger 1s our Isteld.f1mourStock
I'OSTOFFICE profits on the investments then '
1'1'"i" ;* the'oIhigh cost of I SAFE IS DYNAMITED ever before. The shipping/: fertilizers & Poultry Feeds Get Jour copy Ire,
earlv is of advantage to the farmer frolD our neuelt

) Bermuda safe was will in other help ways and"early ordering spraying Materials, Etc.| 1 .,ent, or .rlte nL
home-grown burglars everybody.
i few
a days ,
ago/: With '
--*- -.< dynamite foodstuffs prices higher thH"l:
using to
I', get ever before, a largely increased acre- /frmour Fertilizers
f. b. box. A sum estimat-
per ton o. cars, $50 and $60 was taken. age may be looked for: which means Enrich the Soil-Increase the Yield
greater demand for fertilizers which
or two previous Postmas- ; Hasten Maturity-Improve the Quality 7'
Fla. well cured well had means demand for even more cars '
&' purchased $1,000 than usual..! And there are fewer cars .tr
but had
stamps, placed them -
: than for years
many part Early buying --
safe and not in the

Jto Timothy at half the but The no explosion clue to the was burglars heard post- neighbor' and co-oneration will help assure with dealers,fair deliv-!or Armour. Fertilizer Works'

found. erv. Bat unless growers take prompt
About two years ago and intelligent action to delivery Jacksonville Fla.
I of' secure ,
Apopka was robbed of
R. ,
/ without delav on such items as J \
I ,the burglars using nitro\
will be needed this
spring, Jhey may
Reporter-Star. Armour Fertilizers handled in i Kuslmmee
sit Idle and watch the days pass withno are andyicinitybya. _

of many kind I 1. doner. crops. IIK the ground.' The situation .WATERS & ,CARBON''GROCERY CU.-='. "! ; :
maybe unpleasant but it is .
an onencapable 2
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... ._TH* tolMMEE.YMl ETiX.FRIDAY,7AHUARY.1Z..1917! .. ,, ,_ / nX.......... ........_ _........... ....,..... !f"I
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t O .OO i OOOO .i...' 'Aet t!tfr-ovlded.TOiat'-when'aay.sWhfeteoV ;swnyPi :QI1.,-it b.ntl f..ttr. .t.l. ,

. . '... tl9n.-tSjheld.taA.. wtiole,ooai>ty 'OorapuN ice upon every parent, tb.' "
; tsiBflporo I' ; .oryv chAolattendance; shall be .en* other personhing < 1 U .'
l. WHO SAW ECLIPSE &UNDAT, forced In an Bchool Boatd District or ohlldren violating tb.. f

: 4. :: : *: districts of said county wherein -'a this Act, -and prom t. _. .
VflW'lWf rkMt1tllARGt'IN.GXiNSIEE .
; [ =, .NIGjrt'j j ._ three-fifths yelp wa" cast "For Com part of the. parafC C..... ;'
f! e' .. pulsorv, School ;-Attendance" ,though a person sTiair-b'reqlllrwd." If "j .
** v *_i> "i:... . : *. ., W 'ii wa er a rood,'fat, tri'G: Ihree-flfXh v< rSf k ooilritV' a.e a whole guardian or ther. person : th
. amok---4 was" cast "Agnlnst CompulsorySchool such notice i* served, u.
Havana '
t, "," ' 1'"I \ ., 7' It .rant Tampa-mada Attendance;" Provided tat when with the law wlthln' three ,
er that yoU did not see the! eclipse OP'tof : any each election l ig al.oi. a *hol.eaunty.compilsory after then It shall\ .be'the : ) l elo-.' "I"
..' S , : th' >' Sunda :" nigat.'vO school- attendancehall Altendahce'Offloer upon"
moo! )!
. ;f.r q / ), ..... mendation of the Board of .It
'; "' 1,, .. not be enforced In any ScboollIoarel
\ U1 Well.
. ; : .Strange; Isn't no 'one ',JJ.trlot ,or, ,..dl.trlea .of" .ald tructlon to prokeoute Nln. .
will blame you, a* an ctip i *e has,. wherein a majorIty vote was person in the name of o

been a Very scarce phenomenon o I caa'Against: : At- Florida.... before aJiy. .,.' ) .-
r maJority Peace Judge of
voteof or County
t.n4apoe though
since 1913, the one Sunday nlgbt..I'' the, county as a. w'l'"ole. was cast For .town or district I which '.u_

being tbeffirst total eclipse CO Attendance." ed rseldes.I 'r:1lr1' fines =n $ .1. '
*moon since 'that year, ; It- '. v*;, Ov 1 E.rh County, Hoard at Public turned ; : the (10.

\' *, Instruction of a. coun ". In which* County School; Fundand: ':{ /: ; : .'
I"f' about 11:50 p. m, when tl' moon pulsory achobl. att..ndltne."lecUon hasbeen by the County Bokrd of ,
'went into the earth's shadowr
here- and lasted about an hour 4 Itgally cast at such election' In a Spe or for other purposes. .> Of
o'Hl' Tax School Ul trlct. School Board1Dl.trlct Sec. 17. The Attendance '
and a half. But never mind, you +j or In' the whole: county wa have the right to visit '

O will have a chance to see more .* Oompulw ->" lclionl (Attendance" of flee, factory, or .busines. :: run.. a.

along this line ? 191 T, which < shall at the flmt regular meeting thereafter ploying, youth, for the : *. .
durIng J tHat! forcing the provisions of thl ;
publish the followinir com
U truly an eclipse six *>1 nulaory school attendance law will be doubt\ exists as to the age to said'-a..

.. O more being scheduled, four of < In full force n.nd effect thirty day he may require a pror.erl .. .,
which will affect the sun and two <,1 thereafter In the Special Tax SchoolUtstrlct. birth: \\r4.or. '"
School Board District In ageof any
or Loi ,
O more will shadow the moon. Just 4 the-'county, as have been determined ; Sea 18. Every .

.. -Ii O get you authorities and look up OO by the I.rree hall keep an accurate Of
VSr the dates and don't miss 4 Sec '. Every parent, guardian or notice served all cases I
any person In charge or control of a child all other aervlces r : \, I"
O Not since 1787 have make an'annual j
more. so or eight report of '
4 many eclipses been recorded in a and I:1e"n: years nt"h'-e: fI"n'W the County Board of Public ,.
n Special Ta x.School District, a School on blank furnished by the '
4 single and had better 4>
year you I Intpndent of Public ] .
Board District or a county advertiseda t-U
4 keep your weather-eye open as 4 under the following compulsory manner required, :troJ:::: .
.* those who know, say that they school attendance shall mended by the o ) '
cause such- child or children to attend Sec. t. It shall b* the
-A 1 4 will not be seen again until 1982. 4 principals
regularly the public school of the district and teacher to '
.* sixty-five.years hence. In which the child or children reside -- wjth the Attendance Ofncr .
4 .4 not less than each forcement of this 4
year between the ages ttfdar.f. :: and hall b* the duty of the
....OOOOOOOOOOO.O.O.OOOOO.iSTRAWBERRY fourteen years of each child; the period teacher In chargo of every

of compulsory attendance shall commence which pupil between the :
SHIPMENTS NOW with the beginning of the school and fourteen year are i .
term nearest to the eighth birthday of keep an accurate record of '
BEING MADE ALMOST DAILY each child 'and shall cover a period of ance of all pupil to render .
six consecutive thereafter port to the
years exceptas
.. of //any
hereinafter provided.
Rev. C. 1(. Summers Pa.tor First Methodist Church There is much activity in straw-; Sec. 10. Continuous attendance upon county ., of all pupil ; the or '
come- other schooL public private or .
ahowlntt.1 late ,
berry shipping at the present time .. In
church for eighty days of each year I"
Rev. Chnrnelle H. Summers the new ,Church Rev. Mr. Householder, the and from all indications more berries during the ages of eight and fourteenof .excused absence to un*-, '

pastor of the I<'irst' Methodist presiding elder in this district and will be sent from this section than of any child may be accepted Jn lieu which the pupil was : : .
Sec. to. It shall be the ,
Church although in the city 'only a Dr. J. G. Anderson of the Presbyterian I any previous one. S. T. FanCier I school of attendance; Provided.. rurther. that local any. public prl-1 County Board of Public -, a I

very short time has already erdeared I I I Church. president of the Kissimmee Growers' vate or church school receiving for Instruction each county to cause this .

himself to the members of trt congregation | "The house was crowded and the Association-- has been making some pupils between thh.1reah ished, separate and .
G'oA'a publication of the Act of
eight and e ) *
and while these r'fretted scene presented of all people-heavy demands upon the transportation such record of ..- 18nXanc8 ofs&td.uhildor tutu.. In. tln" 'J:1l )j

very much to give up Rev. S. w. Law: 'lI'a thered '-together,on- such an occaVsidn company's time with his crop of children and will render such reports l.h.d In If - who was loved not only by his was a manifestation of brotherly the luscious fruit while Clark Howell, of the same as. are hereinafter and give there it the.none widest then .
'far not required of teachers of public schools;
flock but had the good will .nd respect -. love which should go very another of the) premier berry raisers otherwise the attendance upon any such the form of a circular I at Lend Ii -

of the entire community, the only to show in what esteem Rev. Mr. in Osceola county is a close second. school refusing" or weeks prior to the .. : t
: Summers la held in our community, neglecting to keep such records and to school for the- school .
In the .
:Methodistsfeel: 'that new pastor Prices are said to be good and far- : July 1. and annually arleT
make such shall not be
will that exists reports acceptedIn
they have recefved an able man and but of the good mers will realize good results\ from lieu of attendance upon a public 11 their, discretion It be n .. .'

one who will prove a blessing to the amongst the churches of our city. The their crops thqj present season. schooL dee tl. All' law ald'.- 1.1,

church. The following complimentary I I brethren, spoke earnestly of the place Sec. 11. KxeispUo.s.-This Act shall In conrtlct-! with the ,-teP,
I not apply In case In which the Art are hereby repealed. V
with any
notice from the Gainesville that Mr. Summers held us, BIG SHOE SHIPMENTOne child's physical or mental conditions aa See. 12. This To* shall l .... -'v .,

Sun of recent date will be interesting .the loss we all felt in his departure, attested by any competent physician immediately 'upr t. P.... lot
-[and wished him Godspeed in his' new before any court Jurisdictionunder proval 4>y .. : "' ,,
to the public: thjs Act;'ft.. attendance Approved June I, 191,5. b*.. ,
"A most delightful service was held field of labor."Rev. of the biggest shipments of Impracticable, Inexpedient; or In any f : M, P

at the Methodist Church Sunday lifnt | Mr. O'Kelley, as secretary of shoes ever received by a Kissimmee rase In which the child resides I more .The followinir are .P .! .

closing the services of Rev. C. H. the Minister's Association read the merchant was that of the Dollar Limit than two mile by the Dearest traveled at J.said M. election Gardner.: ti. N i :.ap... (T'- '. :.
route from the school house; and transportation .
Summers as pastor. At the late con- following resolutions which had Store this week G. W. Persons pro- Is' not provided: or In any W.Ltily. Inspectors! ,and -r* ."' :. '

ference held .at Ocala, Rev. Summerswas been adopted by the minister's meet- prietor, which consisted of forty cases case of extreme poverty In which the CI.rk. t ''

appointed to the Kissimmee I inir a few days previous: having over 1,500 pairs of fine spring services of such child the are necessary' of for Its I Instruction Done by order this of the the tlnd m J., I
its own support or support
charge. All the other churches of the I 'I "Whereas one of our circle Rev.C. and summer footwear. The line includes parent aa attested. by the affidavit of' cember. A- D.. 1'1 t ; L '

city withdrew their appointments and H. Summers, has been appointed to the latest in and in the Its parent or parents. and of pucti witness RABS |. i.
st1lesl Attest C. 1!.
his the Attendance Officer require : %.
as may
in the service. The Minister's another field' of labor thus ending assortment are ch will "fit County
joined In In which said .
;; or any ,4-
Association took charge and.) '. J. G. 'activities in our local circle; and every foot and every pocketbook." guardian or other person. hav- ," -

Anderson chairman of that body pre- .' 'Wherein, we have- found in him a r",.. or control of a child. IN The C...ty Judge's 'C
fellow-worker always ready to do his shall show before any magistrateby Of Oeeeei Stste et 1" !
sided. and of such "!
affidavit of himself
At the Introduction of the service, part faithfully in the spirit of broth I I a'wDecwoNDwu11EMrrVTOMACH witness p. the Attendance Officer The Matter Of .Tfce ; L.n* -

the Boy Scouts marched in a body. erly love; therefore beit, may require that the child lreperty e* Ifaessl .
instrumental 'Resolved\ That we express and without necessary hooks and clothIng Walfcer A KI.. .
has been '
Mr. Summers! for attendingschool. and that the ; wh
i: in organizing the Boy Scouts in our place on record our personal regret parent Is unable I to provide the necessary Notice I I. nerebjr given IIE i "

'- town and has given much attention to at his departure from us; ONE '1.TI"Al.I NCE books and clothing: Provided that Intention of the . 121

and is held in high him of when books and clothing; shall yb. pro Walker, a* guardian t ... '
formally assure
P. the organization 'That we vided. throtivh charity or othermeans. Naomi Elizabeth lkfr., : : '
esteem by the boys. Young Hansford the high personal regard and esteemwe Gall Stones Cancer an I Ulcers of the the child shall no longer be exempt make application to the .. 4-

Padgett acting 'as spokesman for the have for him as a man, a Christian Stomach and Intestines, AutoIntoxication from school attendance under this, of Osceola county, .t..b..-*,.. '

JiJScouts.; in a pleasant speech present- brother and fellow-worker in the provision I ; Provided; further with Inefflci.ncymisconduct that whena Ice In the court house at .1 lee
.. Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitisand teacher la charged said county on Monday
"fVd Rev. Summers with a handsome cause of our Lord. or cruelty such charge he- 'January A. D. KIT. "
: other fatal ailments result from j I ,
This altogether a sur- log made. In writing and riled with theTrustees undivided .-
!gold pen. 'That me most heartily commendhim Stomach Trouble. Thousands of of the Special Tax School District. ,1.1. the Interest1' th 4 -
he a \
prise to Mr. SumJ1'lersand to the brotherhood where he shall or with the County Board of Public In nd to the following _. ,
touching and grateful\ reply to the"Addresses live. and to the lave'and cooperationof Stomach Sufferers 'owe their complete Instruction by a parent or guardianof roperty< sItuate Piers- --: ".
child attending the school being :
any Florida, to-wlt: Jr ,
body. those of his new charge. to Mayr's Wonderful I i
Rev. Mr. recovery taught by such teacher aI1ht: northwest quarter

t were made Church by Rev. 'That we furnish a copy ft these Remedy. Unliko any other for Stomach attendance of such child ((11), township twenty-five .. .
O'Kelley of the Baptist enforced until after a full Investigationof rang twenty-eight (IS) '
of the Episcopal resolutions: to the press. Ailment. For safe by J. Z. Ro- such charge. has been made by the east quarter northwest ""j
Mr. Campbell .V".p't
... board with which same was died and section sIx (8r.f township ;; ;
t .. >ers<>n ani druggist everywhere. I the said teacher baa been acquitted. orexonerated. (* ) ..oath. range. )' aEv.: :'.

I east. Also the south half
WELL-KNOWN'TAMPA MAN ness and greeting his many, , I Beo. I LI' Tesaeerary Attaeaiee'Me ''All...'. west quarter of the- and. .'l

Mr.-Jenkins Is one of our,, most prac I It 11 III 11111 i 1111111 mu- -Every parent guardian or otherperson of (:), ( }' ., .
IN KISSIMMEE ON VISIT tical'farmer* and is, going in largely In the State of Florida havingcharge (t<> *to-:: : i Iak. ,
hun. or control of a child or childrenbetween east at th !
for tuples. He now has over a 0- AltO .
f --- Legal the acres of eight and fourteen corner -northwest '),
: dred hog ready for market, and has . veers shall cause said child or children northwest quarter of t. I ( a-L John ., -

Among the visitors, to Kissimmeethis Just harvested a fine crop- of sweet to attend school a* aforesaid; Provided uarter of section six (t) do. -'

week M. H. Thompson and which were' sold at a good f fAdvertisements: : that occasional absence from ty."I" (18) south range t. '
were potatoes such attendance by 'such! child amount- ...t. and run north :
wife prominent people from Tama.8pendtng' price. His crop of Bermuda grass In* to not more than two unexcuaedabsences forty (140) yards east '&"! '.

several days with the familyof this year was exceptionally fine, and ,1 I lil I I I Kiel I I IM iii- In four consecutive weeks yards: south one hundred ; v
shall not be unlawful: Provided fur- rardswest seventy (70)
W. A. Joiner superintendent of the he now has over 50 tons for sale, In compliance OP with ELECTION Chapter (811 her. that the principal or teacher In of beginning. Also the ] \;:

city electric light and water P' nt. which he claims is Just as good as State of Florida. 111. notice la hereby charge of tile school may excuse anv ter of the northeast I _It- '
is connected with wester nhay and which he is willingto child for temporary absence because of six (8)). township ".it, '
Mr. Thompson given that an election will be held at bad sickness - ,
a storm or weather or south range went
one of the largest cigar manufacturing dispose of at half the price. flaalmmee. In School; Board DistrictNo. death In Its family unforeseen or unavoidable ( > ,

concerns in the metropolis of 1. Oaceola County. Florida. on Saturday accident. Excused absencesand Guardian of the estate R r : : In.
Florida-V. tfoerra & Diaz- January 7th.. A. D. 1817. to determine the reason tberefor shall be recorded beth Walker a minor. .the t,
South BIG STORE ; *
REARRANGING whether. compulsory school attendance It: !< said principal.- or teacher In .
and complimented a number of friends shall prevail In said district charge of the school: and shall be reported NOTICE FOR that un. .
Havanasfor the Attendance Officer
to ashereinaser
with some of the fragrant and to decide whether the following- Com
which this company is noted. Incidentally The big Story's store is undergoing compulsory school attendance provisions provided: Provided, further. The Board of Public -
Illness of
In of
I Mr. Thompson remarked necessary rearrangement in order to shall be enforced In said School case protracted any Osceola county. Florlela : all
child whose attendance Is required under sealed proposal
Board IMstrdt: up fol
that Tampa wae enjoying a great accommodate a big stock of shoes and this Act or In caite of quarantine ary 6th. 1115. for the If b l *. In

boom in respect and also that other goods that hav recently been CHAPTER/I881-LAWS OF 1915. nf the home In which' such child resides. erection of nine fire . .. of ;
I every PROVIDING FOR COMPUL- upon report of the Health Offl- High School and St. Cloud :
impressed with received for and summer wear. AN ACT North,
I he was very favorably spring BORT SCHOOL, ATTENDANCE, TUEAPPOINTMENT oer nr upon certificate of any legally ..r..ordln. to plans and .. 1
Kissimmee, being one of the cleanest This concern has received some heavy OF ATTEN1'ANCROFFICERS nuallfled physician to this effect the n . McDonough. Be.

and prettiest cities he has ever seen in shipments of goods wtihln the past PRESCRIBING THEIR Attendance Officer'ihall excuse. from attendance m..... Florida. : .
few and when these are displayed DUTIES AND POWERS such child until he Is fully The Board reserve the
Florida. days, Be It Enacted. By the Legislature of restored to health. or until any quarantine c.nt or reject. any or all Day
I in the manner outlined by the hustling -I the State' of Florida: excluding the child from school all bids to: being

C. R. Jenkins of Southport was in proprietor there will be trade- Section 1. Whenever. one-fourth of has. been raised.. C. EJ. the

I last week transacting busi- getting without question. I the registered white voters of any Special Sec. II. Pe_Hy.-.Any parent. guard- Superintendent Public :.. ; t '
city Tax" School District. School Board Ian or other person In control of a childor I or*
District or of any county shall file witha children. violating. the provisions of for
County Board of Public Instruction a this Act, guilty of a misdemeanor ) the.
written petition asking for an electionto R 'dalp"o". conviction by any NOTICE .. *
be held In such Special: Tax School court of competent jurisdiction shall be The Board of County : Osoe I '
District, School Board District or coun- !liable to a fine of not less than one dollar In and for Osceola said
t Iv. to determine whether compulsory and not more than three dollars for will receive bids on 16 Jame. 'f ( J
r-hool attendance shall prevail In each. and every offense. And 'Upon failure road 9 feet wide with ., and
i ther of said districts or the county. Itshall I or refusal to pav such fine, said par- Ing. up to IS m., the '4
-c1\ be the duty of the County Boardof enl. guardian or other person' In control bidders may obtain full
...n.-c-.. I A ( 1Xii' Public Instruction to order an election I !' if a child shall be imprisoned not. by t applying J. L* f.t.
R - 4 In either of said districts or the to ""N'"'' thirty davs In the county jail Kissimmee. Florida, or.
-.. I county according as the !petition mayrequesi : Provided that the fine for anY first offence I opened on the above Court.
4-S... S. '- t to decide whether the following r may. upon payment of roets, l>onutipended reserving U. right to Com
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compulsory school attendance provisions and not collected until theHnme any and al .. 41-IU.
----..- : shall be enforced In said Special person Is convicted of a second L LESLEY. .e,, -
4 Tax" School District School Board offense; Provided further that aft..rthe Attest:
... _
I -_ District or county. expiration, x>f three days from the J. 1... OVKR8TREET. '
Sec' 1. The County Board of Public Lime notice Is served by the Attendance 'e

I | I4$I".a | WITH NITBA-CIRH Instruction shall give notice of such Officer, each and every. day a parent. CITATION OF' AI>
::::_ election by: sdvertlslnv I the same for gunrdlnn orother person shall wilfully
Tour weeks ln> a newspaper published and unlawfully keep such child or children lei Ceeiri of c.- I : :
within the ' a newspaper hepublished from school or allow It or them to ,
therein,ru\f; \ If none, then In remain out of aehool.shall constitutea Cosnty State of .1'
r .... for One A.. some newspaper published In the separate offense and shall subjectsaid Boy
' the above described. Estate of sarah J.
county.Sec. person to penalties ., I.
S. Tb. electors In such elections .
With NitrA-germ must re registered as provided In the Sec.' 14. The County Board of Public BY\ THE JUOOF, Wagner OF eharl.

general law for registrations for special Instruction of any county wherein any to this court for Letters of the
elections and they shall have
district of the county has adopted the tion on estate of the
same qualifications for and prerequisites compulsory. school attendance provisions deceased tie of said I eth
Fertilizer to voting as prescribed In elections of this Art shall have the power ole .
Bills election laws : :
held under the general to I'x the compensation of These therefore to .
Sec. 4. The election shall be held andfnndurted
.. an Attendance, Officer or officers, and monish all and singular fol
In the prescribed bylaw
remove the same at will. An Attendance and creditors of said :
-representing; ao per cent of for holding general elections except Officer maybe appointed for onearhool and appear before I '
the coat of commercial fertilizers may b. secured from> as provided In thle Act and nil or for a number. of schooln. In fore the 16th day of I.J : I cor
I the air by the use of NltrA-germ with legumessuch such elections shall he heM the discretion of the County Board of 1*17. and file objections *
' days from the filing of the petition. Public Instruction and may be supervisor f \,
C as Il'h. pea3. cowpeas peanuts, etc. rotation have. to the /r.nlnl of L '
NitrA-germ will help make &-lIatrp phosphoric --a0.;: 5. Insnectors. of elecMo-i( shill Icappointed or a trustee or a scnooi. or anysuitable ministration .. Street
who will discharge the
acid and person the will be granted
potash same
previously given to the
'i. '- of te.t
and qualified aa lies .
',! besides supplying abundant nitrogen. Thus n.ed.4 general elections, and thoy shall canvass duties Board of the ensign position an Attendance and the County Officer Wagner, or to some other I .. .
,I fertiliser are reduced In amount, and *erM they are not the vote cast and make du i e- .such other duties as may be deemedadvisable. (
necessarily applied every year a* I* the practice wb.r. turns of the fcame. to the County Hoard my n.m.aa ( th.nce ,II
I. of the County aforesaid
1'i1t1.rm not used. of Public Instruction without delay.
i of Public Tnstruo- Sec. 18 It shall be the duty of every of A D. I ;. '
Read The CountY Board Attendance Officer to take an accurate darR lr.c"mbe. T. M. I cltO) ;L"
the Verdict of Farmers oa Nitr A.erm tlon shall canvasa the returns and declare census of every child between the aces Bl-St ,
the result and cause the same to 'rt,
In his district
of six and -twenty.oneyears -
\ "Twe-montluMtld NltrA-germel pess are waist. ....10- UKot .. b. recorded as far a* applicable esprovided In the month of June In each and! Mat -
XI";. lul.I'J.are If IDC..... I had little _11__ w..... sow In tbe general law con DernlnpSea. on blanks furnished by the IN THi CrRCtTIT l : '
; 1 bad use4 more NltrA-germ.. Q. CoPIl.i' ... electlo" every Superintendent of Public Instruc VINTI .UDICIAL i
( .. H. The ballot used In such election I .
J i TIlE STATE yeDt)'- ;
need and
shall make three neat
one pound of NltrAnrerm. eat I shall be plain white andprinted tion. He -
t.,1."U' paper ,
Sowed of this roll which FOR O"CKOIA hene.anl. .
'4"-. acre- eI l laW- : there "For Compulsory School legible copies census .
.. ItTArmoId. date of CElL S1TTIMQ. ,
without 4irA.g.rm-svt two ., --,. Att.ndanro..and' "Against ConvpulsorvSchool shall give the sex birth
t"hm'a e-half
p t : !
the of or guardian 'k\
r'IM Cotton w "* NftrA-S.r.d pass wer* fe larger growth. Attendance." so arranged th..tthe BARAH.Kt aa . ,
> Wowns. The other .has .. choice, In with the postoffle*. of every child .and 'PEAT. p'
J as no bloom. Antmi sad I.legume. voter may "flr. hs| as additional Information demanded. trlx of ,
Mild soil cut fertiliser the 'lan b by making. erase any
; up WI.LeIaIId Law. rku't .a One copy of this census shall be flle4 '(Deoeaeed fn.J ,'
-: Write for free literature which" t !" how the left of one or other of STORY et' .
NHrA-t ri budih with the State Superintendent Pub* . 4444A
K: ... of She >wo, 'lne.. 'B' ... .
7eoII.. .. 1Aqw ereee. reducer fertiliser blUa. Sesd of Do Instsuetlon. one copy with the y ....
'1 lor trial be* ** for five acres__W (or twenty; __ Bee 1. Should east at three-fifth such election thevotes County Superintendent of Public ( 'S" "
legally anv ..
f be "For Comoulsory 8eho.l Attend Instruction ,toy the flr.t day *f JulyIn ln4.i"ani"F'Ilr**,* ) : 'tt.,
< each and every year.and an* copy 4 "
-4vVts .,' ThiNitrA-gamcompany ': ,. ndanoe aee-th.n law theeemnulsory.hereinafter _prescribed hoot at-- hall be preserved for hi. own._ as 8pol.Master for .. :- J. .
of .
for and he hall turnIshhe principal ol. Ila..4 1. Klfty. ''
b. la fo.I. ach territory
U hall school wlthta" bl. arladlcUOII witha rt '
6.8 each 40.
BqSlred. the
' thereafter until .
v ..,. -. ,., ,.. ... .' two another year suck or election forever I* held In .compliance list of the name* of children due to .lmmr O.t. (, ** -land! ,I'
: '.' "". ;.. .. "., '\ /' ;), attend the achool ef which the nrladpaI Florida. ,
: '{ ., Y.1.. ; -, 'with 'the.'foregoing". r provisions In charge and] the, County Board of: the hour 0 nbnar"" 801Yf,
thrnnn the vote
end If C1
or .
.. .. .. t. .
v. shell ascertain with '
1i jZ'e4 .f' Public Instruction D.. of said 4a".- ,
.,. hull be east Against CompulsorySchool o'clok l. ..
.ebar.-f" number pupilseon ,
fi. Aftendane." tben school attend'an oct property :
.....1'it,, "1 ;'''-' " .co ahall not.J.e eemmleory In- said tained la ,.aIt' ( JIMa ,...A.' ,: >*.- .,! >{ VJ. aM Mrll...Florid.,' r1r- !.. ,f'f'f

e 'I torrttorv until Atberwl determined b-s 8ee> U. -The Attendance Of fleer *h*l moga.e ,.r" .
.an.l.ctlonkd la ..._ otb1a frltt.nOr printed aotle v.or a. '
-s-- ,,: .. .pa .: .ry.' : et.1 U ".c : .

L !!..-! ( \ e 'tI. .'.'. ._...."'J.i,4I:.-'oI,>o'ttt*' ,.t:">" ",t":tr." .9A'f'a.t'r.. 't".. <:,.\i", '. ;'!..;,..1) 3. ...:>" .ft i "' : , ,

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7>f11 : KlSSHmU V.w.n'CAZIn!, FRWAY, .JANUARY 12, '1117 /1. \, j

dMMMMtMMMIMMMMMMMMs'MMMIMMTT. Overstreet, Mary Ruth 'Clark, Dorothy -!I :
: J 1. ,
Wells, Lola Overstreet, Louise .
sl Thomson Gladys Griffin and ,'Margaret -: '.;'''f' Off Ilg' Thai Show Leadership of This Dollar limit Store r
$ SQ ; dy otes ** Stanford. '- : :
'' I '
: Mrs. Wht... Mrs. Van Duser: and '.
- ) q*.- -it"; Mrs M Pha tier.will.. )entertain,at the r EXPERT . FIRST SHOWING OF'WHITEWASH }
next meeting' of the society ..".' ,r. :MN .inn" '
Mrs. K. E. Wells : r
( Editor.) ( ,

:.... . . .. ....O..o.. Dressmaking

.Respect Is svafc. to al patres ef tU .VaBqr GawtU to ...d k*.. \ + ._ 1
Dt 1 Ill'E?.... % tk.. Ut-: far ..Wk....* la ..... plraas.t ; Io + :
..O.O..O..OOO. ... ..... .. ..

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*- - -- - - - - - - - - --- - - - - - The Kissimmee Women's Club met Mis; Mamie Saunders

A LITTLE GIRL'S PRAYER intervals during these house, when Tuesday afternoon at 3' o'clock with ;

'-' the following well-known musiciansof twenty members present and the Received This Week Your Choice 1J25J50 I
"Our Father which art in he Ten"- Kissimmee participated: president in the chair. The minutes ,
Mamma why do we say it so T Mrs. P. K. Weaver "Sweet Miss of the previous meeting were read ,
% For a Father away up in heaven Mary" and "At Dawning." and approved. 98 .
Seems so far off don't you know.I Miss Lucy Buckles, iano. It was decided to continue membership Cor. Bryan St. and Verne. Are.Kusimmee $ $1
think that our Father is with us, Mrs. Burroughs, "Shubert's Seren- in the General Federation and ..
Is right here when we pray. ade." the dues were ordered paid. A letter Fla.
And not away uo in he+{ven Miss Susie .Speir, "The World of thanking the club for $25 was received
Where H. couldn't hear what .we Tomorrow." from Mr. Fagg of the Children's Values, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00. .'

say! Miss Margaret Stanford rave a Home Society. The committee appointed UNHEARD
musical reading "The Necklaceof to ask the band to play more OF VALUES-SEE DISPLAYS

But I like,this part of it, mamma- Tears." sacred numbers at their Sunday afternoons -

,, "Hallowed be Thy name ; Mrs. Burroughs and Mrs. Speir sanga reported that the director SpeciaJ Sale of Spring and SummerSHOES
? Thy Kingdom come and Thy' will be duet "Rose and Lily"Miss would be very pleased to comply with i will be devoted to discussing plane for
done I Louise Thomason piano. the rTVyaest of the club as soon as ,I[the musicale to be given by the club
In earth" and in heaven the .ame. The distinguished guest on this oc- ,their music arrived. It was decided to at the close of the season.Qoess .
casion was a niece of Champ Clark, ,take no part in the Florida Equal Suffrage
"Give us this day our daily bread"And and was a school friend of Miss Ault- : Association for the present. ,I .
wf forgive us" all of our sins, man'n at Hamilton College Lexington Dr. Witherspoon was present and' 0 ,
k "As we forgive those who trespass Ky. asked the club to take action endors- 0
k against us"- ing; the Chautauqua and to state, what 000 U. D. C. HOLD MEETING 0a ((40 cases-over 1500 pairs received this week.) The last '
Now that's 'where forgiveness be- wor kthey would be willing to do. The a
( gins.As a o following resolution was adopted: .1. -- word in stylish footwear. : e

we forgive others will be forgiven; 0 PAXTON-BRONSON 0o Resolved.,\ That the Kissimmee
+4 I think that is what) is meant there. a Woman's Club heartily endorsethe! Mrs. James Caldwell. president "Footwear That Fit the Feet and Purte.
I presided business
,? If we would be good and so get to OOO OOOO O Community Festival and co-operate over a regular meeting
of the U. D. C.
afternoon .
'heaven One of Kissimmee's in every way possible to make it a Wednesday -
IV i ittf t most attractiveand at the Hart Memorial
i.p We should mind this of the success. Building,
part popular young ladies, Miss Belle
a praye_ ?. Brpnson waa united in the hody bondsof Mr. Piano was accepted for membership when plans were made for the coming
seasons work. These include
t ..
kt"Lead UI.notlto/ temptatiop"-Mam uary matrimony 4A., D..on 1917 last to Thursday.Capt. Charles Jsn- Mrs. Stanford chairman qf the appropriate Lee' birthdaywhich observance of occurred Robert the E, DOLLAR LIMIT STORE
do civic department then took &,,
ma, you think Clinton Paxton of Jacksonville one of 19th of this month. .
14 God would lead os right into aInal'8 the most popular passenger conductors meeting, which was devoted to a
There will be a reunion of the
discussion of the needs of
T the town
on the A. C. L. Railroad between
membes of the Will
I'*? \ Or would He lead us right up to the Jacksonville and Port Tampa, and in I land means of accomplishing what the United Daughters pf the Bryan Confederacy Chapter C. W. Persons Co., Prop. /TiMunmec, Fla.
club could do. Mrs.
brink talked
point of service the oldest.
and their families at the Hart Memorial
u, And! then deliver us there. The ceremony was performed by{about beautify the grounds of the I on Friday evening, January 19th-- r
"Deliver us from evil"-see, that's Hon. T. M.
County Judge of
General Lee's at 7:80
Murphl' birthday-- :
w what it says! Osceola his residence in I de-cided o'clock.
j I believe He delivers us then!- Kissimmee to which had also repaired I J
"For Thin la the Kingdom the Power as witnesses to the marriage. Miss to a committee comnoaed of. Mn. AI. ,
and Glory. Mamie Pilley. a niece of the bride, and exander and Mrs. Ingram. Improvingand ..O'OO.OOO 'OOO OOOOO
Forever and Amen. planting trees on Mabbett. street IO 1 o- SALE---CASH PREFERREDOne
l ever. Messrs. N. W. Green of the A. {j. L.
t/i, WILLIAM HARDIN BULLOCH. Ry and M. M. Smith of Winter Park. was discussed by Mrs. >J. W. Evans 11 IO CAMP FIRE GIRLS ARE ENTERTAINED 0
After the happy couple had received and others.! A committee of Mrs. N. block
of Five Lots in
South Part of Town. 250
C, Bryan Mrs. Aleander + '
L :....... ..... .0000... .... heartiest congratulations, they took S. Mrs. M. 1 OOOOOOCOO'O'OOOOOtOOOO.'.
*. + automobile to Orlando from which ;, May was appointed to arrange fora foot front, 208 foot depth. Rich Muck Soil adapted for
.1f .'' ENTRE NOUS CLUB. 0y place they took train for East Coast' clean-up week to be held before the' The Camp Fire Girls and a few
'** points of interest on a pleasant bridal ;' Fair. I I friends were entertained by Miss Banana or Truck Growing. Eighteen inch fall to city
..> 00. . . . .. ....00..00... tour. ,I The next meeting of the Club will Norma Griffin Saturday afternoon at ditch. Make home for '
s "Mrs The best wishes of the community at '' r"> rv'd on Tuesday January 23, at 3 her home on Main street. Informal your pay itself.
J. D.'JeftTerds entertained
the large goes out to Mr. and Mrs. Paxton o'clock. musical numbers, merry games and
\, ''Entre Nous Club' Monday afternoon on their, matrimonial voyage. I taking pictures occupied the atten- Apply VALLEY, GAZETTE.

very pleasantly at her home on Beau- OOOOOOCOOOOOOO'OOOOOOOOO tion of the young people. Late in the
.ttnont;-avenue. Mrs. N. 0."- Bryan 0000000000000000.00000000.. ''* afternoon a delicious salad course was --- .
r *? chairman of the Needlework Department O 0 W. C. T. U. ENTERTAINS TilE 0 I served. The attractive-feature of the -'
of the Osceola County Fair Association TALENT TEA :.* TOURISTS I occasion was the opening of a large pared for the occasion and refreshments 1 handled ]last year and the price with

a, f M was present at the meeting 0 0 a o ,I box of candy a Christmas present be will received.All be served.. Silver offeringswill the exception of a slump during the,
to arrange for' an exhibit from this OOO' OO from their Guardian Mrs. Howard holidays, has been in advance of that
organization to be made at the coming An unusual attendance marked the I Katz who is visiting her parent* in the members and friends of the paid for some time. J a.
i; fair. Mrs. Bryan stated that a space regular meeting of the Missionary An especially interesting program Missouri. congregation and visitors to the'cityare Mr. Liphtney has employed on an

,10x40 feet, just across from the school Society of the Methodist church, held :, was given at the Hart Memorial The guests were Violet Bullock entertainment.cordially invited to attend this I 1 1 I average of 24 operators and has been
r exhibit, had been set apart for the at the Hart Memorial Building Friday -I Margaret and Mattie Stanford Grace able to care for the fruit handled by
+ .,ieedle craft,display. Tables will be when a "talent tea" was < | Tuesday evening, when the W.-CT.. Gilbert, Muriel Prentis- Mary Tiller. The pastor will preach at this them in good shape. lie does not expect J.
; church ..
; provided by, the association and it Ii Mrs. J. L. Overstreet Mrs. II. M.,i U. was hostess entertaining the winter I Mabel Overstreet, Lois Johnson. Eternal Word.Sunday morning on "The I I to close the season until about V- .
;probable that dome method of screen Bratton, Mrs. J. J. Grrffin and Mrs. J. i, visitors now in the city Mrs: M. Kathern Carr, Carolyn Fripp, Adah I |I Marcsh the first and from thirty-five '
,lug this space will be decided upon to R. Gilbert were hostesses and had arranged A. Clark president; Mrs. S. -B. Ault- Wagner and Maggie May McCranie. BIG INCREASE INSHIPMENTS I to.forty cars wil likely be added to
man Mrs. J. R. P'onnon and Mrs. I I their
,1>revnt the'handling of the articles the following program: I
-.'by th.' careless or.thoughtless specta- Piano number Miss Lucy Buckles. Walters were prominent among the Charles Persons and his bride who OF FRUIT books.MEN'S r

',t .tor,. )Ira, Bryan stated that the premiums .song, "Mighty -Lak a Rose" (Nev- members of the organization who 'were married at Box Springs I MEETING
14 offered this year must, of ne-I inK) Mrs. E. E. Wells. g-reete the arriving guests. -. Wednesday arrived in Kissimmee That the packing house interests in There will be a men's meeting at ,.'
''cessity be small but urged the co-op! Reading; Mabel Overstreet. The tall vases filled with lonjr-stem- Thursday and are at the home of his Kissimmee show a ked increase I the Methodist S. S. Bungalow next 01.1
eration of the club in making the first 'Piano number Miss Gladys Griffin. med I roses, decorating the rooms. the brother George W. Persons on Mab- in business over the figures for 1915 Sunday afternoon at 3 0 clock. All
.A t'" .Osceola County Fair a success. Mrs. Reading "Litt Gentleman" (Booth .1 bright fire in the grate and the cheerIng bette street.. After the first of February was demonstrated when H. C. Lightsey 'men and boy. are cordially invitel., fiI

",1',.. IL M.' Morrow U a member' Clf' the Tarkington), Miss Dorothy Well*. "eun o' tea" were truly suggestive "they.will begin housekeeping in who is operating the Bronson- DEVOTIONAL COMMITTEE. '
." ,},; ; ,>N dlew Tk Committee, and will be in Piano .selection,- ."Spinning Song," of Florida sunshine and Southern apartments at the home of L. R. Far Mach Brothers packing house stated .\IfMre.
.\: ,.. ,charge of the display for the Entre Miss. Lois Overstreet. hOIlDltality. mer. to: a representative that eighty cars M. Heck and Miss Mary Troot :
9t .. 'Nous. dub which< promises to .be avery Musical reading, Miss Margaret. Prohibition was the'.theme of the have already been shipped from there. of Dayton Ohio left Tuesday forLake "
.<. attractive; one. Stanford. program carried ou in the sentiment These consignments have averaged 330 ambtont after spending several 1 .
,t", The remainder of the afternon was Piano selection, Miss Louise Thom- of the songs sung bv a group of girls, At the Churches boxes to the ear. weeks in the Shingle Creek section
spent in'regular club routine and clos "son. accompanied bv Miss Johnnie Bron- The quality of the fruit has been They expect to return for a longer.
t "eel with ice cream: honvs-made cakes Song "At -Dawning," Miss Laura son; a beautiful reading by Miss Lot- xtra good much better than that I 1 stay later In the season.
,* and candies. Mrs. L. H. Ingram will Thomas. i. HiCl. rk. In the onening address of H -
entertain next Monday afternoon. During the social hour a delicious Mrs. Clark who ol1'li.Pd the work of METHODIST
Those attending the meeting: were: grapefruit salad was served with |' the Union along this line. and in the Charnelle H. Summers pastor.
t )(n.T.: D.:Jeffords: Mrs. L. H. Ins-ram, cakes and a generous silver offering' line talks bv Rev. A. M. C.: hobn and 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, Prof. ,
*M Mrs. H. W. Morrow. Mrs. :J. L. Over- was made to extend the work of the ;i I Dr. W. Witaersnoon.. Little Mien Robt. Evans, Supt. I CONDENSED STATEMENT .-
street, Mrs. A. W. Bailey Mrs. C. N. society. |lAileen Bradley made Quite a hit with 11 a. m., morning worship conductedby
, Paver, Mrs. E. E. Wells. The guests were: Mrs. E. L. West- ]' a descriptive song "Dixie Land." and pastor. Subiect of .....rmon. "The
fall, Mrs. E. S. Cronk, Mrs. G. 1). the nrop-ram cloned) with a rousing; Stewardship of Property." of the Condition of the
:' .OO..O.O, .OOOOOOO O Boone, Mrs. C. H. Summers, Mrs. B. .| "prohibition yell" given by the girls.: 2 p. m.. Junior Epworth League
i 0 0 G. Taylor Mrs. H. M. Pfann, Mrs. W. !, Miss Hopson Supt.
J''f, MRS. WILLIAMSON HONORED 0 C. Bass, Mrs. Sarah Cahoon, Mrs. ...c->->..,. 6 p. m., Senior League.
O 0 Emily Redwood. Mrs. Pluma K. Winn. 4. 0 7 p. m., Evening worship. Subjectof State Bankof

..'OOO.OOOt.'OOOO OO Cttt Mrs. Milton Pledger, Mrs. D. S. 0 KISSIMMEE MUSIC CLUB 0 sermon, "The Church Member's

.. Marks, Mrs. Russell, Mrs. Hugh Miller 0 Greatest Temptations"Come
Mrs. S. B. Aultman IO
and her daughter I' and worship at the home-like
Mrs. J. R. Rronson Mrs. R. OOOO OOO
Miss Elizabeth received at the Guioe Mrs. L. W. church. Kissimmee
attractive Aultman home Chapman, M. D'I
t. afternoon Saturday Clark'Mrs. M. A. Clark, Jr.. of The rhoral work of the Kissimmee
complimentary to their homa City, Okla.; Mrs- A. Cotterman Music Club is progressing nicely and FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
r. guest, Mrs. Robert'G. Williamson, of O. B. Falls paftor. KISSIMMEE FLORIDAAT
Mrs. H. W. I marked
Macon Ga. Morrow Mrs. W. J. Fripp improvement at every meet-
} About fifty ladies called "Aunt Frank", E. E. ing is reported by the efficient direc- Sunday school 9:45: a. m.
44 between Miss Aultman the hours and of Mrs.3 and I K o'clock. Misses Helen Russell Mrs. Laura Thomas.Wells I, tor. Miss Myrtilla F. Beals. Morning service 11 o'clock; subjectof THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS.DECEMBER 30TH, 1916

..* met the Henry Ault- Lucy Buckles, May Firman Mabel'To It is thought that new work will be sermon, "The Four Essentials in
man- guests at the door and Kingdom Building." The Glee Club Assets
f. tak.n up at the next meeting and it
k 'Anltman presented.them' who to the honoree. Mrs. is important that the large attend- of Columbia College will sing at this Real] Estate F. and F._____________________u_______$ 35326.21
'appointed.tea table, was assisted a daintily in Cure a Cold la One Day |I ance which has been noted at the previous service. Bill receivable ____________.____________________u_ 348.Z48.30

,' erring by Miss Adah Tracy. A beautiful T.k.J,.LXATIVS. BKOUO Oalal. II(top.the'I sessions may continue; and that Busy Junior Bees B V.2 P.p. U.m., 3 p. m. Overdraft __ ____________________________________ 622.60
Y Cnrh d Hradacb lad work oO the Cold. each and member be present at %
musical selection was rendered at Dr.rri.ii. reload HOMT K II '.". to c.rt.'' 7 next every evening. Some time Senior B. Y. P. U.,' 6:15 p. m. Bond. __ _________________________________-_____ 3.750.00
'',"' .. W. OKOVB-a denature ea each bom. tot. Monday The evening service:! will! consist ofa Cash and due from bank:-_ 130.519.60
sacreo. concert oy vne wee v IUD County and City Warrant...________________________ 11518.33
-, '
CIETY 530485.04
Subject: How the record will be re- Liabilities

- SAFEGUARDING ceived.Golden Text: For the Lord coven- Capital __ ______________________________________$100.000.00

anth with none save it be with them Surplu. __ _-________________-___________-_____ 15000.00
that repent and believe in His Son, ?
I who is the holy one of Israel. Undivided Profit. ___________u_____________-.__uu 1349.89

I Central Thought: The Lord's purposes Deposits __ ___-____________________________-_____ 358135.15

: do not change with the passingof Bill Payable _-_________-__________________-_____ 45.000.00

. r the kindly centuries.We invite. all to attend these Re-Discount. __ _________-_______________u-_____ 11.000.00
g Deposit meant a good many things. services. --'------

I Itt. Skill experience care and caution, in lending out the Services every Friday evening. at 530485.04 ...
which 6:30 at home of H. M. Russell Pleasant .
deposits the Bank's.k .
are your money-not Valley.

2. Ample collectable collateral security. OFFICERS

; t 3rd. No loan to officers directors or other allied interests. EPISCOPAL CHURCH 0
The Rev. Mr. Quigby will preach at d A. CARSON President.M. .
; 'We observe the.e things. This Bank's deposit ate so thoroughly the Episcopal church Sunday morning KATZ, Vice-President. E. L. LESLEY, Vice-President

2 protected and our source of supply i. such that it is not necessary for at 11 o'clock, also in the evening at ROMA THOMAS, Cashier
7:30 to which services a cordial invi- .
i ',, : : e s os to do otherwise. We exercise care and caution in making all loans tation is extended to the public. On

gt+ a4 .and we require security. Neither our officers nor therr- llied interest Monday evening, there will be a business Personally appeared before me, a notary public Roma Thomas,
e meeting at the church at 7:30 at Cashier; who. being duly sworn depose and the above
borrow from this Bank *- says statement ,
as now operated. which time the question of securing a
i. true to the belt of hi. knowledge arid belief. *
'. Doesn't this kind of banking appeal to you> Then back of it all permanent. clergyman will be considered (Seal) Seal L. LUPFER Notary Public. v' :.

I" have the C. C. F. 51th :
.t" My commission expires: June .- 1917. "aI
55 (RJ1i1.I"s'B1attl/tit: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

.i '. The Ladies' Aid Society of the .;
. Presbyterian Church will"vende! their DIRECTORS .
usual monthly entertainment at the .
... . \ Hart Memorial Wednesday: evening, C A. CARSON
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,. ;" . January .17th., beginnnlg. at 7:30:
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