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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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Means Big Saving Yep! We Had a "Freeze" But There's Plenty ,of This Sort Left Yet -t'\t'i Mrs. C. W.: Dann'

:,(" to Cattlemen of i I Gets the DodgeAutomobile ..7

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;t Dr. fflghbmrt, Head of Tick .Crowd Made'Merry on MM

1' Eradication Work of State, \/' way. Up to 'Closing Hour '

2 Offer All Atiiitanc,. In .. Gnat' Interest Taken In ; '

; Establishing, Vat r Allotment btAuto
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J ,. :O .OPPORTUNITY FOR CITYAnlnterstate .e + NO. 6439 TOOK.: THE DODGE *
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dipping.vat. for," ".., ? Mrs.'Chas.,
*' .- : ;. I '- W. Dann held the .,
". ticky cattle may be built-in Klssimmee. .-' O 0 stub to the' general admissloq,0: '+
*. The city has been recognized O ticket No. 6439?and was awarded .',+
."* by the head of the tick O the fine $860 Dodge automobile -'*
I; i'<- eradication work of the state. An 0 4 !' which had been offered by *
*. offer has been made, and should O the Osceola County Fair Associ.,0,
the county officials and cattlemen O ) 0 ation.,. The allotment' was, made O
'.' meet the requirements, this O.M .. *,'at the Fair; grounds ,Saturday *, '' "':,. ''
+.e O community will secure an Indue0 ,"", )1' night in the presence of multi- *
", try that means'; the'' saving of 0 tudes of interested' people, and+
" thousands' of dollar for'our catO immediately following the eat *' 1
tlem-sn annually. It(( is* a biff! 0 nouncement the winner, }itrs. C
:\L thing and .immediate. action. will O 0 Dann, was given possession, of 4
,. O be taken 0 >".the trim little car. O ;.,
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k An interstate dipping vat for ticky .....
cattla be built, in this city, according 1 1I the
may 1I Ion Midway'during- the entire! festival .., '
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to information' which has been retceived [l period, in which thousands, of

from Dr. E.: M. Nighbert: head I j merrymakers took part,. the big< Os

of the tick eradication work in Florida I' ________ ..____ __. . . .uuuuuu.1 I ceola County Fair came to.a close' at a

A ,representative with headquarters,of the In Jacksonville.A state office., EVANS' FINDS ORANGE.GROVE 1 MRS. HALLIE PA YNE KILLED COMMUNITY; FESTIVAL EVENTAT : I. the lat time'hour set Saturday for' the night grand, finale.long after A*

Dr. II. A. Smith, spent several days In IN A SPLENDID CONDITION I CASINO THEATER IN MARCH; the hour set for the wind-up was

1 Kissimmee last week, making a thorough Demonstration WHEN HIT B Y HE A'VY TIMBER I I reached, the happy multitudes made it

investigation of the! matter, and County. Agent;, B. E. 1 evident that
Much Interest beinc'manle.ted],,I there) was,to be, no let-up ,
r, m' t his return to headquarters made Evans, spent Tuesday on his prove' in ,
upon in the" Community Festival Event for a spell at least, and the official

k, I. favorable report to his chief, with the Narcoossee section, making:,an ins Mrs. Hallie Payne, ,who, ,with'recently'moved dfct"eath cone that It is probable: she which will be held the week of March j!",gladly acquiesced to the wishes of the,

,w the result that the matter has been the ection of the'trees, and looking: fnto to Orange never knew what struck her. 1 to Oat the, Casino* Theater. This'!i crowds, 'which kept up" the-f "nuuri. (

t,,, put up to the people for action. In Will order ed from damage the which recent might freeze.have He result.says c..nter..wu struck by a timber falling The remains here.brought to Kis will be under the ,direction of the]'i. rather,belated hour\ when,even then, h

4V. to secure thelndu.try, which that very little damage,was done and irom a building Tuesaay and jnstana .Immee Wednesday and sent to her Southern Chautauqua System; the! throngs of men, women and children; ...

than mean the much more to community' realizes, the in the case where. the larger trees ly killed. former home Dunlap, Tenn, for in local officials being Milton Pledger, I withdrew from the Fair ground reluctantly :
average person '
+t leading cattlemen of,the county must were inches defoliated in length, new have sprouts been noticed.several >Ir. Payne, with several workmen terment.. Owing to Mr.:., Payne'. collapse president and Rev..:. ,W. B. Wither-] but with the happy thO'uebt..I
yk. co-operate with the county officials in The smaller trees were slightly damaged was erecting a small shed not over he was unable to accompanythe spoon, secretary. .-.0-. efforts have I that next year would see an even bigger .'
been those in of the
spared by charge
providing sufficient vats at convenient however. His trip through the eight feet in height, for the purpose body their, life-long friend W. M. affair to make it a most successfulone and greater exhibition, despite
the maintaining
places in this county, country convinced him that the citrus the fact that the Fair eloeedour
of to of housing their carload of furniture, Bowron going in his place. from every standpoint. just
of number inspectors
r help, dip> the a cattle at different times.The not crop more next so year, than would1 the season be a' *Just large clos, if which was standing: on_ a sidetrack Mrs. Payne was the daughter -of I, There will be one whole week of inspiration first attempt.eclipsed even the' !keenest .

establishment of such a vat at ing.. nearby. Mrs. Payne had been sitUnf Judge Carpenter of Dunlap, Tenn, i ,and wholesome' entertainment anticipations' of ,those who ,bad,
4 this place will mean the saving ofQit' on the pile of )lumber, but had risen to and the'wife of C. L. Payne, a former pleasure,( of having this city in the has not past.' had Lecturers the worked' like Turk for'month. put to
thousand of dollars annually to our
t. cattle' shippers.-- ,The expense they SCHOOL,KIDDIES DELIGHTED peak to her husband, and sat downon banker of Rome; Ga., They had purchased .of renown will be heard. There make the occasion a success, to 'say,'.
>'. are under V now for' unloading, yardage WITH OUTING AT THE FAIR one ef the sills to continue her' crocheting property in Orange Center and will be musicians.; of the highest sta yjard nothing of the general .public,jaJatcn'shtfwed '

' feeding and dipping second time at ,' -. when a gust of wind dislodged -', were preparing to make their per. ,and entertainers of the greatest appreciation at every turn
other point, and the liability of ability, a company of dramatic stars. Early in the night,the exhibit were
g4.some.'the being held for an On Friday morning all the schoolchildren the proptl'; and the structure col- manent home! ,there, .... ano other Interesting features. The '
4, ,extra shipments dipping if the first up 'dipplntr, of the county were invited to lapeed. Mrs.: Payne was struck by one She leaves son and A married price of the season' tickets 'are .$2 being dismantled; the livestock: .,was '
" 'r which permitted here now, should visit the Fair as the guests of the of, the timbers which crushed her daughter in Chattanooga, Tenn, anda which makes each separate entertain- housed and gotten ready for'shipmentto
not kill all the tick on the cattle, County School Board and it was a skull like an'' eggshelL So suddenly mother and sister,at Duntap.ST. ment cost only a few cents, and this other points, which gave the regular .

1_ 1 make a heavy inroad on.the profits. beautiful and Impressive sight when ------------------------__________________-- ....._.-_._. '1 is nothing compared to the. opportunity exhibit building a rather'disconsolate ,.
Reports from,various counties indl more than a thousand ch'ldren marched ,which will be given!\ to enjoy' such '
cats that eradication of' cattle fever ; With their teachers paethii, I exct't'ncy THE COMPULSORY SCHOOL, CLOUD TO HOLD ELECTION "I superb talent. Tickets can also be secured the ardor look' of, but those this who did not dampen, ,, t
Sidney J.,Catts of for admission to each were on hand
t ticks, Is making great progress in the Ho'ida.Ibc'! governor ELECTION TO BE MARCH 3 FOR MORE GOOD ROADS WORK tertainment. single en. for a "last, big time." Johnny J. Jones
state and it is only a' question of aahort '
was still there, and he remained there
.. .. time until Osceola county will gay music of the Kiesininleetan. ) -- The detailed program Is printed on until the
.have to take it up any way in order to .!, the happy and expectant facer Patrons' of School Board' District A meeting of the leading citizens of another page of this issue, and the they had good-natured had enough throngs. and decided only t ti
of the children as they passed twobytwo public should appreciate the efforts of'
compete with other counties' in profitably No. Su Cloud' was held last Tuesday at the
1 should
r;. not forget the election: In announcement that the winner of
the' seemingly endless line of the gentlemen ,,to
charge give'community
marketing the cattle, so with which Is to be held on March 3rd, notice wjblch it was decided to call an election a the $860 Dodge automobile was aboutto
parents and friends, who to betterment event for the
bt. such an attractive offer as recognition' paused of which has been advertised' for in Special Road' and Bridge District be announced the
..:.r. of an Interstate dipping' vat at Kisaimmee the witness the sight, presented possibly several\ weeks by the county school' ofr No.' 1, of which it is part, to consider county, the city and the home, by ac- amusement feature of gave the, Fair an great opportunity '
prettiest picture of the Fain cording the most liberal .
;' as soon as this county begins \>Ials.. It is an important question' the issuing ef $276,000 road patronage.The to close, the "engagement"
f:. tick eradication work, it seems to be arid everyone interested,should' \ go to' bonds' which amount is to absorb' thefoscit 'series' of events will, be the bestever Intense interest was manifested in the
, well worth while. MASS MEETING AT *160.000 issue voted' for shown, and will be appreciated\
the ballot' box' and express their wish allotment of the machine, and when
I by all lovers ofthe ebst
.Ri. of Interstatevat the fund in entertainment -
The establishment an ion this matter. March to be used for the the lucky number was announced
/f. ,at this place should result in CHURCH TO BE HELD TONIGHT The election is called in compliance' I buijdmgr) of a hard-surfaced road' from > 6439-everyone hurriedly glanced at
greatly increasing the importance of ill with the laws of Florida' to determine; the,canal west of"St. Cloud to the their stubs saved from their general
:! Kissimmee as a shipping point' for' First A mass meeting be held at the whether compulsory' school l attendance: .Brevard county line. BULKHEAD COMMITTEE BUSY admission' tickets ,to see' how "near"
t, ,cattle. Baptist Church this evening in shall in said they came. when ,
prevail the district anti I -Then Mrs.. C. W.
I : While fn tht. city Dr. Smith talked the interest of Columbia College' to further to decide whether the provisions PROGRAM FOR BAND CONCERTTO PROPERTYOWNERS Dann made known the fact that she
'\l "with-some' of the leading' cattlemen of which the general public Is cordially' of the law shall be .enforced. The -TO REPORT SOON held that "flgger for the flivver., a
::, the county, and had an opportunity of Invited. The services will begin at fOIlO'wlngwill act as officers of the BE GIVEN TONIGHT AT 7:15 loud cheer went up and even though
seeing what is done alO'ngthis line 7:16, and an interesting program. has election: Inspectors, J. M. Gardner, N. there was some small disappointmenton
I ''' been for the The, committee appointed
c' ,from the exhibits made at the Osceola arranged occasion. II. Bratton. J. W. Lilly; clerk, ,Ar E. An excellent program for tonight'sconcert city\ council time by the- the part of, the_people who "knew"they k
l;. County Fair, where one of the largest Thomas. ; some ago to take up were, going' to get the Dodge, the ..a
has been prepared, and the the bulkheading
matter with the
cattle exhibitions ever made in theo .0.0000000000000..0000000 prop.ery result .
.+ ;state of Florida was shown.' He looked : ... public Is cordially invited to attend, i t-owners along ,the lakefront, Is Dann was gave the recipient satisfaction.of much.Mrs. '";
,carefully into the arrangements O COMPANY B'BOYS :TO BE'' NEW YORK ASSEMBLYMANIN thereby ,encO'uragfne"our efficient still hard ,at work on the proposition, when she took possession congratulations '
for dipping cattle now in 0 HOME WITHIN VERY 01) and it I* thought that their efforts
progress KISSIMMEE" ON VISIT bandsmen) and at the came time enjoy' will result of the prize, turned over to the lady a
v: :and realized that a community shipping FEW DAYS', in'good. This committtee by the officials' of the Fair. "
more than 12,000 head of cattle 0 O. he good music t i* composed of Messrs.Thomas, Carson Much.interest
among was naturally 'mani-
e' a year should' have an interstate dipping *> Our gallant soldier boys. Company Prominent visitors to the and Bass, who were instructed by fested In the allotment.
40 I vat, for the benefit of the stock 0. B, Second Florida' Infantry, 4 city this week fs Hon.' William B. March Guiding Star ..,-_-Steiberitz the council to make a report' within evening the Fair official During Saturday ,
,' raisers and cattlemen and the official O who have been doing border pate 0 Voorheek, of Roscoe N. Y., who accompanied Overture-Lustsplel'___.__Keler-Bela fifteen days from the regular meetingof i that they still'had bunchof announced
ft recognized the importance of Kissim rol duty for several months put, 0 by Mrs.,Voorhees; are vis, Fox Trot -Honolulu, America Loves that body., Wednesday night a ticket on'hand, which a
'. mee #1 a marketing center for cattle 0 will be back, home within the 0 iting- Mr. and Mr...'Henry R. Over- You _. __........'-..._..__.Monaco' brief session was" held, and adjournment to sell for the theyliad of 25 decided -,
[4,.. whicnxare raised on the open range in 0 next few days. according' to reliable street. They are Ipendln/r'the/ winterat Dance. Descriptive-Ghost Dance was'taken until the'night of each in order,to swell sum the cent
$0',: this county. What his_finding were *>' information' 'received by Port Orange and 'will be In this Salisbury March I,*when they file the report of ceipts., This announcement gate well re
>on ,his recent visit here, can be seen 0 Hon. C. A. Carson last Tuesday 0 section for several day. Mr. Voorhees One Step-The Boomerang their! findings on this important mat received, ,and tickets was '
,r ,from the report he made to Dr. Nigh *> in a telegram sent by .Lee Jar- l is a member of the New York Assem- ..-.-._.....-.._._..._.Maurice ter. chance on ,,the many automobile giving sold a
'V bert, and the following' articles reproduced roll, as follows' : bly from Sullivan county; He is well Waltx-Charme D'Amour..KendaIl I from' that time until the drawing ;r

I from last Sunday'.. Times- 0 0 plea.ecJ'with.. Kissimmee and vicinity.,I March-The Booster ...__.....Lake THE OSCEOLA, FAIR AWARDS took place.. One man who came from
Union 0 "It is definitely known that 0 ,,, *
: ------ ? outride of the city, dug down and
"Recognizing the Importance of O Second' Florida will be sent home O'' WILL :. APPEAR IN :GAZETTE : hauled out a wad of money big enough
,t Kissimmee as a mark.tlngcenter for as soon as transportation can be 0 BEGINNING THIS to "choke a mule" and is said to have
fir cattle which are raised on'the 'open O arranged, which should' .,be between O' WITH 'ISSUE. dished out $45 for tickets, while still
;range in Osceola county, this office 1* fifth and. "tenthLee'O Jar-,. Board of Trade meeting Tonight ,,---- another' Oaceolalto,upon whom fortune
,\ I willing to offer every facility compatible relL":' The'award.. of 'the Oseeola had smiled, decided that he wa not
,f., with the rules and regulations bf 0' e ''f'' :County Fair will bloued In,the i to be outdone, and "forked" over $75
t'" ''the United State bureau Of animal InI I 0 Let's give the boys a real, 0 of the
golden'shekel.* for which he
t. 'n. annual meeting of the Kinimmee'Board of Trade will beheld I Gazette, the tint installment
;.dustry governing movement of cattle sure-enough home-coming recep.0O ,I appearing was handed the requisite number of 1 I
1: {IlDteratate".into areas'in this state tlon. There's ,nO'thlnK.oo good'0'1 '' thiewevening (February 23) at 730 at the Cry Council Hall, andit on another page. Owing coupons.' But: they were not the lucky '
:;: ass.' or. working for tick'* for them-thereVnothlng too big 0, requested that all members be on hand on timejto take :up the ,to'the Inability; to get all the ones, the prize going to the holder of ".of '
''i&:'i'' 'eradication; for shipping out those- animals . 0 we could do to show our appre 0 i important business matters "which will come up for coD deratio... The ,,,"copy" la hand en Hoe, a* I the lust one little slip of cardboard bearing / 'I

,.;. : as Co-operation tick i free cattle.Necessary O* ices.elation' The of their Board patriotic of Trade meets servO. election of officers of the Board will be held as well. a* the formulating 'work of eeeapUiag the list. .. a the general the magic number However' t... !1.

ice".,. ?"However has been indicated -to O tonight, when the body< ,should 0 o'f plans for.the new year's work. ", ,Ug mndertaUng.. It' was IB possible satisfaction: from expressions every quarter.,were those Holder e<:' e',;
", '1 ,the leading cattlemen in that; city that + take this important matter up O 1 At this meeting':It ii expected that aLe committees considering the to ,give, U.o'tift 'list V *' of coupon from outside the city \

yy ,they will to expected co-operate: in 0' 'and' start the ball rolling, What) 0O merging of the Board of.Trade and The Chamber ,of Commerce will ,P.lWiIuIen this week; but the kept, the wire hot all day Monday

i' a 4fr iggtkiaatat.. ; front ,tick fever ;* do yon says 'V .+1 be ready,to make their.reports ,, t t. lesaalnder. will be,printed la the, making inquiries, despite -the fact that 'i' ,

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I First Authentic and' Complete Report of Freeze OHb.acll.ARE FILTHY. SUCCESS-KISSIMMEE FOLKS .. AUTO LIVERYDAY :

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Citrus Belt of OR NIGHT
Throughout Florida
Fiye-County Phone 242
The which opened .
'I U. & Oevnaient Boys It

i''' The first authentic and complete report the banks. The probability of a crop i. SummervllleOxford.. Belivire ,Bash I OLD BV&aTWHKJUIlSoS| : |UOO at Orlando,Tuesday, is proving to Long or Short Trips at Reasonable

of the damage done,In the citrus this spring Is slight, as so much of the Hell and Center Hill I be a brilliant success, and Judgingfrom Rate Seven-Passenger ,Touring

hilt br the recent frees has t been compilde fall growth Is dead. Likewise other town down the the man' ycomplimentary remarks Car At Your Se"ice.J.D.GREEN

and made public by the Coe-Mor. Daytoaa hammock belt of Sumter Hernandoand INTERSTATE PIPPING VATS that are being made by Klssim; .
timer Company, J Jacksonville whose The Injury her ia about the same PalCO'countll'l, felt the cold more
local ,representative "in J. T. Borkhalter as at DeLand, though not ,quite as severely than the central portion. ARE OFFERED TO KISSIMMEE mee people who have visited! the and exposition -

the latter very kindly) furnishing severe. ,The possibility of a crop. Is Their other truck ) the event Is the largest
Immediately for this though it will were all killed. There most complete that the "City Be.utilul" THE INN POSSIEL
a copy to the Gatette. good spring, was quite a (Contluned From Pas; One.) The agricultural AVE. ; 1
fUr the cold spell, the abovnamed likely be small, on.. cabbage:crop at Okahumpka, near : has ever experienced.
company .ent representatives to every Crescent City Leesburg, which Is also, killed. quarantine, which means that they and citrus fruit displays are
make Practically all the fruit In this of.. admired by everyone, while the liye-
ecUon of the cltrui section. to i a of will have to secure co-operation
thorough' / Investigation of the damage; vicinity was frozen. The larger trees CENTRAL FLORIDALake their officers in sufficient stock exhibit could not be better. J. W. THOMPSON +
county providing
these reports wer mode this week toY will, no doubt lost most of. their County Many interesting, and 'entert.alnlngfeature.
and tin! following roll* leaves. Apparently the least injured I vats at convenient locations in 'were noted, among these being -
headquarters, sec
able) and Interesting Information li Cltra tion la Central Florida. Lake county 'Osceola county and maintaining a the daylight fireworks, the finestof
i Funeral 'DirectorAND
printed for the benefit of the Gnixstte i About 80 to 85 per cent of the groves will recover rapidly, and I expect number regular to help dip the racing events, and tho sensational
will note : growing cabbage was killed, and all to see many of the groves benefited i cattle at Intervals. exploits of Karl Kuhl, the well-known
desuffered practically no.haerious of the lettuce. The. greater part Of by the freeze, especially those I "When these conditions are met the Orlando aviator1.[ Johnny Jones is ,

damage whatever, notwithstanding the small citrus, trees were killed and .edllnar"grove. which were dormant bureau of animal Industry will recog- there also, and nothing has been left

reports. to the contrary sent around :, the old trees will lose their foliage, when the cold came. These 'and, oth- nige a properly built'vat with holding undone by the Orange County Fair ..
but little wood. ers will probably put on an exceptionally yards at, Klssinnmee as an interstate Association to make the exposition a LICENSED EMBALMER {
/ heavy bloom in the next month dipping vat and will maintain a representative -, winner., Many people from this sec
KISSIMMI-: CENTRAL FLORIDA six weeks, and in addition to the facts or in Osceola county to ,supervise tionviait the neighboring city daily, 't

The lowest temperaturethere was Ocala above the whitefly' will be materially the systematic dipping of cats and it Is expected that KiBsimmee will Store and Chapel Stewart AT i:

27 degrees and reports from there The recent freeze has split the bar reduced as ,well as other, peetsof the tie on the of cattle ranges for and interstate to certify shipments shipments be more than represented t.omorrow.BONES' . rla.lmme. ... ..... I 1

of many of the old trees, and will grovel! & II
would indicate that they suffered practlcally Kisslmme when they have been disinfected -
kill of them. The fruit
probably some
NO DAMAGE from the free. is all ruined and the prospects for a The',lowest temperature there was according of the to the rules.,and regulatione W. B. Crawford Leo Jarred ;'
government .
crop next year are hopeless. The cab. 27 degrees, and' reports from there "Very few people living outside of a CRAWFORD ft: JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW i' '
would indicate that
huge crop from Ocala to Pasco county they .uft'eredrae. e
Kissimmee realize the. volume of cattle 1
through Webster Center Hill, and Yllfother from the free. business that Is transacted there
Homestead sections of Sumter county; were Halnea City State Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7, Cltiten 9 ;
Senator C. A. Carson
The temperature there on the morniIn frozen and The temperature went as low'a. 26 every year. ,, Bank
radlcally none will be BuildingKissimmee .
told Smith
Dr. that
the cattle
of February 3d was;, 27 decree/ Shipped. degrees Much damage was, done to shipments form that t'OR. Florida
and this cold snap continued for several Leesburg"The the younger trees and with the citrus point approximate OLD > "
1 running fruit 12,000 head a year.. Under the
dayi temperature up Injury.Is spotted in this section. present conditions they lire l' ,
Winter, permitted
to 30 degrees with heavy front on the Many of the badly linen mata She first DR._W...W..CARSON ,
flth. Coral 'groves are. singed, here"- to dipping for Inter r
morning February The, Temperature went low as f
and ffcerare killed
:, well fbe| young UT the 20 statsshipment there under supervision DENTIST
lltef Nurseries of thin place were degrees, and considerable damage
banks. Several groves. were saved bv of a state representative, but the
the cold and With done to the truck t
(; prepared snap, firing; The fruit I. badly injured, and i crops. This section stock Is moved out a. dipped ticky TIRES BRASS Office over Pilley Building ;r4
with suffered from
hard work through practically a heavy Wind .
came the majority-unfit to ship. The which cattle subject to second dipping ail Office. Hour1: 1-I li
But other avocada pros tore considerable ,
no damage. is from the trees. TUBES LEAD Office Phon IIS Resident 'PHoa I'0 I,
pect good for a ,fair this next Jacksonville
Atlanta Montgomery or
crop Oaa Administered for
nurseries have suffered great lose. ._' Wauchula Extraction el 'j 1 !
The vegetable crops In thin vicinity veason. Is The trees on which the fall ,The rtfcprts from this vicinity show I New Orleans.Alabama. ) . .ROPE ,j.SCRAP (IRON Teeth :
growth .
: not entirely killed will la Busy. 'i
put -
are laid to be damaged ?o about 35 to that they have suffered seriously especially '
out tremendous_ bloom, which, will "A* is working strenuously '
40 vegetables. 0 F.
't per unto- naturally follow the shock of the On Feb. to get rid of the cattle fever ticks W. J. :::iTaD
Gould 5, the estimated a loss of 100 pet cent. KRIBBS & STEEDATTOBNEY8
r freeze. does Write For PrkellstAWINSUL4PHETAI
I IEuatla she notwant ticks brought
I any
cent of the truck but at that time
S..nty.ftverr they were hardly able into the state and there is l
a desireon AT 1fAWLegal
b. loat. Citrus to make an accurate estimate. Citrus \ C2 \ ,
the of her state live stork
+ trees on the lower east coast were not here and south of Clermont, among trees ,were' damaged up to six years part business of all kind give
the protecting lakes, the Injury la the sanitary officers to eliminate Mont' C57 C.IIA.IACIlSOHVILU.nA.. ''l
badly damaged, except the yoangtnt'l. old bursting the bark and quite a lot prompt attention.
for .
least of all. in gomery as a point second dippingof t
Many wind.
; and the growth burned. groves of the frozen.
new oranges were .
Office 11 arid tt Slate
cattle that Bank Bide.
tacky They willing
Miami sheltered location look the same a* Fort Myers are f
Klsslmmeo Florida.T.
e Reports from this vicinity are that before t the freeze. Old groves are All vegetable were killed and tick freecattle may be unloaded there
a f
for rest water and facilities j
feed having
shedding of their leaves FOR RENT
some the
4 85 per cent of the vegetable crop on ( many orange frozen. The early for
the cast crest was wiped on*,but mo.tIfrowel'l green ones .sticking on. The crop i, bloom was also killed and the handling large shipments. .
ii young furnished.
especially should be a good one in this section growth burned back. "New Orleans is too far.from Kis Rooms unfurnished and .M. RIVERS. M. D. 4
oq are replanting this next Reason. The tree simmee and too close to Texas, the Houses unfurnished and furnished.
those. who fortunate enough to young are Lakeland
were mostly living: The freeze ought to destination of most of the cattle, to bea Also city properties, farms citrus, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON "
lint saved their seed beds. Citrus Little injury waa'dono here exceptto landsk.r
for trucking and grazing sale.
good point dipping, from
t in the least stimulate spring fertilisation: farm Office over Osceola
trees are not Injured south very young citrus trees, and to the standpoint of haul before Pharmacy .
of Perrlne, but around Miami and diversification bloom. and an abnormal some, of the fruit. reaching there. a long THE [fUR[ REALTY PARLORMRS. Phone Residence

: )north of Lauderdale, two to fouryearold "The arrangements desired by the Offle. 14S. ",_
trees killed in and all Orlando WEST COAST .
are spots cattlemen at Kisslmmee is to have ..SUMMERS. Manager. I;'
old trees will, lose their leaves. North The largo trees PalmettoTemperature a ,
-n were badly. ,
recognized vat there. Then they 207 Baas St. Brack N. Klasimmeo J. A. .
of Fort Pierce far the SabasfIns The for that section including there the ,
as as average on night of 1 their .
dip out cattle for shipment at Two blocks north of Christian church. Special Attention to' I.
3 river fruit groves are uninjured Winter Park, would indicate that February 2d and Saturday the 3d, was their vat, turn them .back the. .. CANCER GOITRE ''1'
t except young trees planted on reclaimed the tips of the fall growth are nipped, 22 degrees. Apparently all lettuce range where the stock is at home and -' DISEASES OF ,THE SKIN. and

P land. h and the young trees hurt, but many destroyed, and cabbage badly singed. will not go off condition during the' Pat Johnston O. P. Oarrt Orlando Office-Boardman Building,
not killed. The this season there Bradentown '
to twelve 8tolla.m.
days intervening be-
INDIAN RIVER SECTION should be large" as the trees are not Celery badly-,scorched, probably as twc en dippings and after the second JOHNSTON. .&. GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Winter Park ,Office-2 to 4 and 6
Brevard and Rt. Lucle Counties much hurt. The freeze has put the much by' the violent wind as the cold. dipping ,can be loaded directly into to 8p. m., sepl 6mo pd
a Reports from this vicinity would Indicate trees into .a very dormant condition, Terra Cola :
disinfected and travel
: that they lost heavily In this which followed by the warm weather The lowest temperature In this section of the United cars States as tick free any part cat. Office 10, 11 and 12 Citizen Bank LEWiS r

)>: section on citrus. fruits. 'They "state which is starting, will force out a very was 24 degrees. Reports from tle. Building O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW

that almost all of the young trees strong bloom, and, If fertilized this this vicinity would indicate that they "The great interest In the, Improve- KlMlram*, Fla. '

were killed, and about half or more of should set a flee, crop. ,. have not suffered any great loss eitherin ment of quality of cattle combined ,
oranges on the trees, and that the truck or citrus WHAT
Umatilla crops. with the large Increase in numbers, 13
4 new growth on the old trees has been Pinellaa County Waring Building i,
which has taken and will
In the hammocks, the trees are in place continue -
killed beck. The thermometer' registered shape little This vicinity suffered more fromLho In the future make the question,
growth having
between .24 and' 25 ban very terrible
J degrees. wind storm than from the of marketing under' conditionsa
hurt. Vegetable crop Is killed. present LAXFOSLAXFOS
'r' DeLand cold snap, and aa a whole accounting, great problem.' ALAN '
The citrus trees aro badly Injured. ClermontOld spffered very little damage. Reports "By careful consideration of the J. MacDONOUGH

Not many of the larger trees have .' trees singed back little. Probably say young trees.on the low land will conditions and difficulties, th-y can be Registered', Architect
,aplit bark, but the terminal growth I Is ,I most of the fruit injured. Young lose all their foliage, and probably easily Overcome in every regain of is an improved Cascara 'AND f

killed-the fruit nearly all spoiled, trees Injured up to six years; bark some of their wood, but old bearing the state. The 'IniteJ ,States .b.ireau (i toitl-Ilntlfl) plllSHllo tale I ENGINEER f

d. and- _about: -all!_the_young' _trees killed_to split! __ _-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _'- _'_ _-_ _,._trees stool it very 1 well. of animal_ industry having at ,Us disposal In LAX-FO3 the Caacara improved by BRONSON BLDG. )U3IMUIaPt-A. F ''r
at this time over f"00.03J: t. co. the addition of certain harmless chemicals kY

t. FIRST SCRAP OF FLORIDA SOLDIERS AND GREASERS WATSON DISPOSES OF BIG operate with county and sat:: < uffic which increase the efficiency of the
als, cattlemen and all O'!\Cl agencies Cascara it better than ordinary I
making 0400000000 .
. INTERESTS HELD 'AT MIAMI interested In' develop the Indu.tryt.hroughout Caacara. LAX-FOS pleakant to take .. ... . . .... .

f FELL TO LOT .OF OUR CO. B BOYS WHO "SHO" MAD[ GOOD the entire quarantinedarea and doea not gripe nor disturb stomach. ,
J. W. Watson formerly of this city, of the United States tore in a position Adapted to children a* well aa adult*. j 11 C.W

but for ''years a prominent businessman to supervise dipping facilities Jut try one bottle for constipation. 50c. GRIFFIN .i,

1 of Miami where he owned of In every county throughout Florida l .
one ,
It was to the from Com Immediately. ; '
up men B, Second Florida Infantry defeated 1
most importantmercantile establishments o o oooooOOOOOOOO OOO Staple and
1 pan) B; Klsalmmee" crack military band of Mexican Transportation Problem Fancy ::' !
a twenty brigands
in the state has of '
disposed "When county officials, through the "
4 company on the border, to "start some part of whom' crossed the Rio Grande his interests in that city and the following activity of cattlemen and land owners, PINEOLA '. j

t 'thing" before they received orders to : this morning before daylight near Zapata fromthe 'Miami will see that their officials take the j GROCERIESFree .;

i tome home. During their long border i r.rtf the bandits crossed, ( Metropoliswill proper step in the way of vat construction .j
1 patrol there had really been no action while others opened fire. The fire be of Interest to our many readers the question of Interstate' GROUND LIMESTONE :

but, last week one corporal and three: was returned by the Florida lads, who : ,transportation will at once be Solved. Delivery to all Part 1 j
,. of our own boy. "opened an engagement I succeeded in capturing one bandit, "The J. W. Watjion hardware store, "When the progress of the work /. Purest, Dry* t, and ; of the :
with the"-the first of i killed or captured seven more besides the oldest establishment of its kindI has .advanced this far .then regular CAea peat. \ City :, !
the .e..on"nd they so nobly acquitted -: a lot of personal belongings of the dipping stations may be established in i. I
r themselves as 'to receive high raiders. The bandits recrossed the I I nMiami and one of the oldest mercantile connection With loading points whereby ESTATE CHEMISTS ANALYSIS: .00000..000..0.00000..00 ?

; commendation from Col. Albert' H. I Rio Grande back Into. Mexico in con.. businesses I'll'this part of the cattle may move to Interstate' 0 Carbonate of Lime tf"'.73 per cent !i

.1 :Blending,. their, regimental comman- fusion at the cool and well-directed state.has been sold to E. R. Kelley points under certification of the government 0. Moisture _-...... %.00 per cent 0 ...,. C. F. THRASHER 't'I i;

"1 ,dei. The following: press dispatch, of fin'of the four Florida soldiers. Col. and the Holder Brothers, the latter giving the cattle the privilege ,O Sand ___..___.____ 0.21 percent ,
the "battletells the story landing I II justly proud of the showing from Gainesville. The store was closed of open competitive markets in O SHEEl. METALWORKER' I..

f'J.AREOO.'Tex'f; Feb. 1d.-A'cor: : mad by the first Florida troops three days last week whilt inven- any region of the United States. 0'' We sell DIRECT to farmers Mttal Roof. Pal "

''poral and three privates, of Company- mettle having opportunity' of showing. their tory was being taken, and the transfer ''The whole' idea of the governmentis O and other .grower* finely ground Guaranteed on and
under re" will be made ni few to that the serious ,f :
__ _ a days. Mr. Kelly sea disease limestone. I.
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has not as yet severed his connectionwith splenetic fever In the cattle, that is O Its analysis Is HIGHER thanK 0 KtSSIMMEE. 'LA

EDGEWATER FARMS HAVE FINE ODD 'OOOOOtoooOOOOtOOooo. : the Budge Hardware Company, widely prevalent in the state of Florida any south of Mason-Dixon liner 0 .f ii.;i.r i.,

I ARRAYS OF HOGS AND CATTLE. OFIGHTING FRED" FUNSTON by which firm he has been employed is completely eradicate! O 'W. keep in our warehouse + t .ooooooo.o.OOOO.'o..... 'r
for some time. Mr. and .The. only practical method to
Kelly the over-
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\ DEAD < O several) hundred ton of ground 0
: M.
Holders buy the stock hardware come the condition is by the TILLER'SReal
Among the livestock displays made systematic O DRY Ihne.tonwhieh'adure.. ,
General furniture crockery, etc.-and. lease use wf a vat, and in that way 0 .
a at the recent Osceola\ County Fair Frederick Funston collapsed prompt shipments. *
none attracted. more attention' than in a hotel at 'San Antonio .1 the building the state may be freed Of ticks en 0 We will SAVE you the mid- O Estate AgencyNNNNN.Ne i \
w that *.. "J. W. Watson will retire from ac abling the people to enjoy the privi- O dleman' profit and absolutely e ,
of-the Edgewater Farms OK, Monday: night, and died shortly < give :you **
which showed some of the best hogs afterwards. According to attending 4O 1 tire", business, for the present at least, legs of an opportunity to improveand O the best limestone on O
and cattle that were' shown to the physicians Oenrral Fen > 1 1 he said today. He has been actively market cattle to the. best. advan 0 the market. Realty bought and sold. ,I'

1 p public. The farm Is one of the largest oQo ston's death was due to acute engaged in the mercantile business for tage. O Our new machinery guarantees Houses rented. ,
(A Ute county, and this will be seen O Indigestion. H. had just finish. OO thirty-five: years and says he thinks "Under present conditions, surrounding 0 the finest ground limestone Taxes paid and Titles verified '<
wh. it ,is ed dinner and he Is entitled to a rest. He' leaves state that are actively engaged .4
: n mentioned was playing with < Pineola Lime for non-residents. '
tin ; soon Tallahassee to in tick eradication of Company !
hDuroeJersey .O small child again represent ticky totie '
now thirty fine head a when he well unconscious *
this county in the state'legislature through their states, or giving Fir, Life and Accident Insurance { rt
hogs, all for breeding purposes; forty and was taken to hi .room. O OFFICE in Bank of Orange ;
,1 headof, registered Shorthorn heifers O Attending physicians were unable and upon his return will probably them the privilege of being unloaded O Building, Orlandol..rla. 0 : t.
tti also a registered Shorthorn budweighing ,* to .revive him. enter some other line of business. for feed rest and water/or for even 0 FACTORY at ., Fla. 0 ludemnity j
e '0 He owns considerable real estate and the second dipping required under the Solid.'i
8,000 pounds, which Is saidto General Funston was the* .00.00..000.0..0.
I be the heaviest to be found In the ,. youngest major general in line, O will grove demand property much, and of his the car of this aw."Such a condition . . . .. .. . . .. . . ... .
,state. :They have also recently r.- O being but fifty-one, years old. He 0O inconveniencesand -
r had been "Mr. Watson came to Miami from causes considerable hardship on ,;t
ceired two commander
young registered\ Poll An- of the r I

rnis ftne bulls blooded, to tock.add to their big-herd. of O O United Southern States Department forces on the of ,Mex-the ** Kissimmee in the which state section legislature.he represented Be- the shippers Dippiar of Florida Station cattle. r-c-e CBr ..,; Pres. A. M. Bryaiv We Prea. P. K. w..".... Se :',..1,... 4 ;

0 lean broder he has worked ahunusual ,. fore he had been in Dado county long To obviate this condition the
O he was elected to represent this sec United State bureau of'animal in.
pace. Secretary
tion, and served dustry has fit .
aa such representa seen to recognize dip.
paid tribute
a high to General O )
VISITING THIS SECTION O Funston. He will be succeeded .< tive many terms and was speaker of ping stations in connection with \

O by General .. the house on term. In 1912 he was a stock yards at Jacksonville, where 1
u Pershing. .
Among the tinny .. to Klsatmmee candidate for R'Ovemor..nd government Inspection is maintained. .,"'
I is Chars 8. Wilbur, of Pough- : .OD'OtOOOtOtOOOO...oooo 0 came mayor' of Miami. Last Novem ""Therefore in order for,thoaa interested .
Y., who arrived some time ber he was again elected to the begin to reap the benefit of final dipping '
keepal'i Ni is visiting all the interestIng lasture," at points of shioments they: Bryan Really Company ,:
points about the city, intending to I a period of tlftyelbt'7"ara, and consequently should take steps immediately vat : J

remain her until the cold weather in kllO"the' "game" from Lame back may come from overwork construction throughout their coun ,
hi* northern home has abated. i' very angle.: For a period of twenty, cold settled In the muscle Hof' try then the government' ;will gladly GRAYSTONE: CASINO : a j

Mr. Wilbur i* a pioneer newspaper . he owned and publishedweekly a the back, or from dives'* two assign an experienced man to supervise '/" ,
nan, having been actively engaged in in New York state. He former cases the Bright remedy is this work and at the same time cI I
the vartou department of this work has now retired from active work anwill d Ballard' Snow Liniment.' It should be supervise all Interstate ,shipments! I '(

In Poutfhkeepsie, and other I
( In* the ether fellow work.** A welcome part, the relief will be prompt and i certification from such territory. -f+

I .Wr...Out Meta.a.Rsllda Up $ystITi.O visitor to the Gazette office Mr. satisfactory." Price nc. 60c and $1.00 ... !
t' W'1her.xpressed himself aa being per bottles Sold by Osceola Pharmacy To Cor* Cold U Osw 0.Gre.oa.. ... tsr. '
1....... .-s_ eaar4naomTA&T i Day W* Pay Taxoa fer ". ;: .well pleased ,1th Kissimmee, and will yak. caws -die&, G.rYy ... .nsl.- j
%*$ .alanleea.tke arseN. always hav' '*t good word to may fort Vlutiag cards pnated by UM Val MaY ..*...M............e ..* N use CDUUWffif.iwywy City Pn sit ..... a-' Act ,t0w er* t, J

r- ; .... a....... Jatad.a.a.a.eY.S case. i. nterpr?!':Lng, community. j j'I ley; Gazette Job Department ,] i.Dncwht.w. Ganvg's .ra..rw_ If en N-.ea Sail= S tsar M _1M.It ,. j WI Aganb for ReaM rVattvty.. ij

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-- ,The eighth conventlon of the Wom-

F" ?MATIo The eradication &f< the tick Is essen ure supply""and reduces the fertility of an's Christian Temperance Union of Stomach Sometime with M, rfoh'overload,food -Tour your

SELLS ,' ,, ; tilt to the development of a sound agricultural land and production per* acre. the thirteenth district, Osceola county, you life may may be care an for:tit one,_and to thus Bata

\ GROVEGARDEN 'y' system 'In,the South. Livestock profits The ,tick keeps by down keeping the ,value downfarm of farm was held at 'St., Cloud February 8-9. few dare doe*of not Ins rID chow so tnuah.yoursy.t.m

Fire. Life Accident and & FIELD Is essential to such a system. land. The tick\ Is an enemy: of the Friday: evening a magnificent audience Tour You body awake feel the heavy moraine yen* know tired.
: With the tick out'of the' way the farmer the merchant, the banker and filled the Baptist church, which yon are not up to the mark.- Tour
QUSTIONS ANSWBIZD iHMtDiATEurMM South can produce cattle free., from the people of the South. handsomely decorated'with' flags direction ha* not oared for,tie
Health, Plate GI... Liability was overload. Part of It rejnala*. It
of the of other
BY MAIL many: handicaps sec The Remedy S' the
,N M.O.PaA/lo..Deshr .. tions. Land is still' and muchof and banners. After the devotional :: .l\"rna.\ : t.te.a
.. cheap i There is no need to the Xellcate t* Ben*
t and Boiler Insurance. WOSON AvToOMER Feanuxa c..a. urw it Is making no money: for anyone. costly tick One-third of support the tick-in- service, by Mrs. Northrup some twenty to out absorb the dlg.ttllr tll. llfe-erlvln. fluid* and eHeaeata nesjlect,

.a.cuo..Y1u.a., F..... The pasture season, is long, feed can be fested districts of the South have I little ones of the Loyal: Temperance Tou know omthlna I. wronat. ..
., Legal Bonds. Executed' Nitrae of Soda inexpensive a minimum cost, and only proved that it ice easy to'fret rid of the .Legion did themselves credit in song opportunity Tour body Is fete offered weak tot, and some soon cause -
.Pl.... tell me if there is any truth shelter required. tick forever and to build'up .' great and recitation nlnesTak.u ,'
Same Day Needed. In the statement that nitrate of soda The tick however sucks from everyanimal and cattle All In time, the 'ladlsreetloawould
a, r.rOtltabl. St ud
on' which it lives blood that people A quartet by, .CI young men, not become aerlou Vlret remove
Impoverishes land. What benefit does that is for the the much enjoyed. the overload 1 then eootbe the
; It give besides adding moisture T could be sold for meat or which woulddo county: the state and the United Mrs. Kenney the district president, sore membrane) theft. build up lb.w.ak.ned ..
It' lmple to *ay.butnottoo
to make body.
1 QFFICE: State Bilk 8all'lll 'Answer: There I. absolutely no truth'In milk. States Department, of. Agriculture to very ably voiced the1welcome.. Mrs. J. aytodo. Touneedhelp.
the assertion that nitrate of soda The tick irritates cattle gives them get togeher . Texas fever, and keeps them .from cattle in arsenical bath gave tlon. help remove waste eooth. the
will Impoverish land. Nitrate of sods Dipping an
Then came the address of .or.n..s _4ou.*. the *,.tom-.
, Is a soluble plant food ready for immediate turning grass and feed into flesh and will kill the ticks and enable the ani- Miss Neal which received marked at-, tb.f. just what you need.Perunir .
use by the plants. After the milk. mal to give more milk or to put on session has an enviable record In
tention. Saturday's was
. TIfE'R.oRlDAHETALPRoeuasCa I plant has used the nitrate part there The tick, therefore Is getting flesh and bring a better price in ,the .crowded full of work. but matters this thousand revpeot.In the It haa lest aldea centary-many -
: is the sodium remaining, which is large proportion of every pound of meat markets. were handled with extraordinary celerity oT.rcome Ju.t the*, condition, and
'\ .. MANUFACTURE, basic, therefore, nitrate of soda,helps cattle The feed used in the tick region. Less than fifty cents a head!vers and so far as possible all details therebyprevent The tablet form serious I* .convenient elokn..*.
to neutralize soil acidity. This to a tick by compelling the enforce the entire cost of erecting dippingvats not really essential were' eliminated.The for regular administration.Tmklete.
METAL small extent and the quantity of nitrate ment of costly'and,{onnoying quarantines in the counties Supplying arsenical convention dealt In a very practical , M..aIIO.
'I; J of soda used as fertilizer would adds to the cost of fretting cat, baths for all cattle and payingthe manner with department and campaign the Ide.'.
F have no practical effect toward relieving tie to outside markets. Ticky cattleare dipping inspectors. The Individual problems. Much attention was laxative i and
r CULVERTS, SHINGLES the need of lime. There is, however worth less at home and bring less owner's share of this fifty, cents given unfaithful officials. The sentiment ' I liver than"
this tendency. In soils rich in in the quarantine pens at the packing will be very small. The Immediate of the convention has been voiced 1 a o neplw..
.*- J potash the sodium tends in a measureto houses than' free cattle. Ticky cattle profits to owners it Is conservatively by one of our greatest men, who 'and ant effeots formn
this into availability cannot be transshipped to markets estimated will. be from $4.50 to $9.50 .
bring potash
\ SHEET METAL said] "If a man receives money and o habit
I but our Florida soils have no materisf, where prices are higher and must go a head. embezzles it, we send him'to the pent ,too and tie.>
: BUILDING .' potash 'content,' so even bUs does not for immediate slaughter. Free cattle 'When the tick'has been dipped out, tentiary., I. contend that official authority T.._c.
can be transshipped markets c.........
MATERIALi apply to our conditions. to whereprices the farmers can combine to import .is more important than money 0.
1 < roes 4U.up.7 AND EPEGiAI.. Nitrate of soda is so easily dissolved are higher or can, be sold as purebred bulls, which with native and I hope the time will come when we
I fow CAJALO&UCS. QUOt that it will go Into solution just as feeders. Ticky cattle bring only: what cows, will. produce better, stock and .shall punish as a criminal: the man
....... .tUCsMUSTANC the,local packing house cares to offer. increase the of beef milk and
yield or
l 1' : soon as It touches damp ground Thisis ; The who embenles po". -who secures Mrs. A. E. JCibbs St. Cloud. Idn.,
difference In price bet""n.tlck1 butter . :
fat. _
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'one,reason ,why it,U such a.good'' ? authority and then --use U' fro' Mm
fertilizer- during dry seasons and why and free cattle runs from one-half to With"the'tlek out, sound farm mi'n..cement. self." Several impassioned speeches Wltnerspoon watt mad. ,saporlniezdent *
it can be scattered broadcast and not one cent a pound, or $5 to $10 a head. that uses idle pasture lands were'made .on this subject by those in evangelistic department.I .
I r thoroughly :worked into the lOlL.Rainsor The tick kills Imported pure-bred and,,waste products, keeps up fertility attendance, who were not members of did -not secure the names of the
i even heavy dews will carry It down stock,and. thus makes it hard for the and permits all-year profitable the convention.One other superintendents..
and.It.will reach part of the South to .raise any but scrub cattle. use of labor becomes possible. Forty of the mosWTilightful features
For Lameness Some'banks'will, not lend money, on acres with cattle free from ticks will. A* we look back, we wondered flaw
1 \ Sprains area over which it .is applied. Nitrateof of the forenoon was the call to the
., Sores Cuts Rheumatian soda does not give moisture but is cattle in the ticky'country,,although produce as much as 60 acres :when platform by Miss NeaT of sixteen ladles to much could have been,accomplished: ;
l easily, effected by what ever. moisture they are glad to help farmers in tick- '' cattle are kept out by the tick. ,,who represented different states In so brief a time. -Then we recalled:
Penetrates and He r.. is present free counties to buy purebred animals Every county,as soon as it has dipped as.each one advanced to the front ofthe that..our."state president 'waaat. the
and develop the dairying; and its cattle! II''',In, line to developdairying platform she her name and F
l Pain At Once gave helm with her and dieTheatmosphere
j Stops cattle-raising tick usual system -.
Sprinkling CanI industries. The ,' by and meat raising; and'takiitr state and some interesting item of the "
l: For Man'and Beast want to put Bordeaux mixture on making' it unprofitable,to raise cattleon share of the $50,000,000 increased work in her locality. pateh.. ,
25c.SOo.$1. AtAUDe.W the Irish potatoes in my home garden. cropped farms, cuts down the man .revnue possible in the tick-free South. Miss Jayne Warner sang the beautiful was one of good! '
Have only a sprinkling can.. Will the -- ... .. I solo "Drifting." The telling words fellowship and a hearty co-operation
1 [ applied. this way burn the pota- i and sweet voice made it very .officers all along the line.: -The-kindly courtesy J.-
LINIMENT sprat sive.The following district of the St. Cloud popple will lone
11 'An.werr Bordeaux mixture' stimulates were elected for the ensuing 'year be remembered by the strangers. .with-
the growth of Irish potatoes \ Letters From Our' Readers 'r President,. Mrs. M. A.-'Clark, Klsslm In their gaV 9s. .
: and really improves the condition to mee; corresponding-secretary, Mrs. J. MRS.3. M.- COCHRANE
i such an extent that spraying is.good M. Cochrane: : Kissimmee; treasurer:, .Corresponding Secretary.-
4 M. H., PORTER Investment for that purpose.alone, but I -
., ", ..tlee .( Ike I>.... District'*. 1 you cannot doas'' good work in controlling - c..f7. diseases by spraying with a i SOME IMPRESSIONS OF ,FLORIDA I nobly in leading-us 'Ito a.,light that .
i.'' E.nt.a With> Car waternig pot as when using a regular, <. seems very wholesome.I .1
?#.. Cll.etlM- Ma.. sad Tax** PaU f.rNra.Ralaea spray pump. There should be a flint To the Editor of the Kissimmee Valley have ot looked in upon your I
.>. of Bordeaux mixture all ills '
over schools but having
: been a teacher for
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omee let Bra war. .1K :\111. The pot gives'such big drops twenty years, I cannot but be pleased '., .
i 'hat l:: t.icy'.re.more likely: ,0:1': Pear Sir: In' response to :yourkindly with the of good school-
A great deal of the'epray Is wasted : request I will say a little about houses. appearance

:-.nd the work dOM is not nearly: so my impressions of the palmetto state There are some enterprises possible WP7 Application
.horot:gh as when a regular pump is Of course we know, a little in a general here<'of original and nature. ,
J :ccad! so while there danger ,of Brush factories and cushion factoriesare
:your hurting your potatoes this way waybefore' arriving 'on'' the in easy reach. The mosses Will Bearing and Young Tree '
1 there is of not Your history and geognaphy,
l danger your getting scene. the palmetto weed (or whatever it is)
SAWMILLMACHINERY. good .results.; as well as some of' "':your geologicaldata in the swamps will supply the muterial -II

fr Working-Sandy' Soil are common property of man for the brushes.Faithfully Florideal Special,

; , What about overworking sandy. kind; but much remains to be learned WALTER SMITH. ,
Ii soil} by direct contact with. the facts. I had
\ {; ALLSUPPUE5 Answer;' 'There is little danger 'oi looked over maps of the state and had .ooooo. o o.. .oo.ooooo.o .i You gets dollar's worth of plant food for:'each

:. overworking sandy soiL Sandy sol] a tolerable acquaintance: with yours dollar and an additional dollars value in the cor
t' Write For Price*And needs .almost.continuous working ,ml- ropleal conditions. But my eye Every line in ,the newspaper 4
J throughout the spring month for conservation had'not. taken in the numerous fakes, + costs the proprietor some- rect give best results.
; Caiikloeue of moisture. Young trees and these are a great-surprise to me. 4 thing.. If it is for the benefit of .* Write for catalogue and '
should be worked deeply to send the I cannot quite understand this physical 4 the Individual it should be paid + t< It'- >'i :prices.B,, -.2't'.t*\-,i.JLooMsrjs"rcyttfUicr .-"
tj roots,>way down and a cover crop fact; unless it grows out of condi 4 for. If the grocer were asked to .* . : <":i ':.
j should b-* grown every summer this tions-that obtain here in portions of 4 contribute groceries to one abundantljr .. + ..1Vike'1c &: : Ce-- .
J I killed and plowed in the fall.-'In fact the year other than the'winter season.I 1 4 able to pay for them he A .ft \
fQi a'
; ,rte Y -"" the sandy, soil needs the maximum do not know how so much water can 4 would refuse. The proprietor of 4 """f\\4'f-\! ""1"'I." ,1"e.' ., .
:4.: .. : amount of working a ctirus tree ever. come unless you generally I have more i. a newspaper must pay: for the 4 Dealers FettSstr Materials'Ssrarif '
-,. gets. It is the heavy soils that often rain than you have had since the mid- 'v free advertising if the beneficiary 4 I*
r f give trouble from over-working." dle of'January.. It must also be true v does'. not, and :yet it .is one of 4 Materials aael lawctUeM
. that the-land has less of elevation 4 the hardest things to be learned "

I 1 1.i. ,Bluestone and Fertilizer than is necessary for good drainage. 4 by: many: that a newspaper has 4 a JtcksovriHe, , ..'" -,, Florida__ -_.u
Should I apply bluestone before or The people are impressing me quite 4 space in I its columns to rent and +
.i. ; City Market after putting on fertilizer or can it be favorably; except that' they seem not; 4 must rent them to live. To give 4
put on at the same time,without any: to be driving great enterprises as 4 away: rent for anything less than
,', i loss? ; briskly as they do further north and + living rates is as fatal to a newspaper .1
Answer: 'Bluestone and fertilizer west. There is entirely too much-wild 4 as. for a landlord to furnish ,,
''\ j; Fresh I Florida and have no connection; whatever; Bluestone land for good state ecomony. Some- + rentfree., DeLand Record.
I can be put on'before or after the thing' seems to prevent visitors ,from 4a r
: fertilizer application at- the feeling inclined to settle here and 1'
or same o toooo OOOOttOOoooooo. OO
; i 'Western;; M eats time. j stay. It may be the natural effect of Stout LumberCO Lh L
Home Made.Bordeaux a hot climate to take out of man some .
of his energy, and thus work againstthe PILLS .SUCCESSORS. TO MAY-STOUT LUMBER 00.
of all kinds., ) How strong' home-made. Bordeaux physical application necessary to ; DEALERS.
mixture should I use for scab' get great enterprises along; I think a tt .A.k :r.ter : : :: *
l ,i Answer:,{You will note enclosed direction series of canals .public ditches, if .Ill Urt red IHfill. BBANL.lac *
Phone for scab, control that' we possible; with F land fall would carry - hoim. M MUM lk.with ; YELLOW PINE AND CYPRESS 8?
: ; your orders recommend the' use of ammoniacal off many acres of swamp water and I.r.,... ...Mail.iirke'tFn.!. .
.t: I'- and copper carbonate but if'you want to possibly; ,drain the swampy sort of ,IoIAM..NIt_..._..-.1 HRANU>0-.I'ILLA.1 .._,...a.._so LUMBER ;
they use the home-made-Bordeaux the 3-6- manx of these lakes people would be VOID BV DRUGGISTS(( EVEKWHOX 1
; 1 60 formula will be found effective. lakes. I think if there were not so '
,: will be promptly more inclined to stop here' for per Novelty Works in Connection' -
Bordeaux PasteWhat manent residences. It: may be' that
,. I delivered.. tal i the difference between there is not' a sufficiency or 'fall. to It is OUT please to five you estimates at all times.
I., t Bordeaux paste and Bordeaux mixture carry :your swamps oft but a state Survey Courteous ,,Attention and Prompt Delivery.Phone21 A
I paste T would determlne-tnia. If the landis : 1
Phone 44, Answer, Both are* made of .bluestone a few feet above the sea level, it r '
.'.I and caustic lime, but the Bor could be .reclaimed by a series' of : Kissimmee fla. .
... deaux" paste is very strong, and'is to ditches easily available to the-.tate. ,:.. ,

""a ., gummosis be painted or on footrot.trunks while or roots the Bordeaux for .bearing I have of been the amazed orange and at the grapefruittrees. prolific manufacture Remember, please or handle, that'we EV- ... ... 18'. ... "'A 1\."___ .. 1ft. ... ...,..,.. II 'IJ .

: mixture paste is the commercial .' And (It seems! to me a calamitythat : ERY fertilizer and material
'(r preparation forliquid, Bordeaux so much of the crop was allowedby the having grower.recognized We offer value many to' .........OO.O..Oo.... ........ ............. .
spray. _ : the growers to hang so long on the
m special.citrus formulas also
I'f trees, after it was ripe enough to har- ; '
A.k Your Grocer vest. The freeze would have been far vegetable; and field crop fertilizers. INSURANCE: and REAL ESTATE:

less disastrous, if.the needed energy ... '

.H For could had been exercised.had; but Possibly I noticed the help in Animal Fertilizers' ; Let us insure your Life\I,''your Health': your,Property.. :

Texas, when help was scarce for the Chemical Fertilizers
CHEEKNMSCOFFEES picking of the cotton, they,went out Fertilizer Materials Information regard to property; fort' ,.
? and brought on a multitude of pickers. ,sale and rent cheerfully given
Blood & Bone Tankage
There are surely unemployed men :,
'f"jk' .' enough to save any sort of crop. ThisIs Stock'ft: Poultry Feeds : In addition to fifteen other good companies, we

" KPECIAllY[ ADAPTED my most unfavorable impression; Spraying Materials : now-represent the ,well known
and it may not be justified. I really do ? ?.
, 'k., i not know enough about it-to form and .* < -' : HOME'FIRE INSURANCE of.NeW York
For'Your.'' publish an opinion.' But it has seemedto Ourimmense manufacturing .
,I'I that the of millions of plant and centralized NFR:
Best By Every Test me freezing buying system enables us Dm 'G-. "" I ii G- r'
boxes of citrus fruits could have been -
,I ': :State, prevented by prompt harvesting to offer In everything.finest quality Booklet possible ' : Second floor Gtizens Bank Bldg. Kissimmee: fl la. : :

I am1 greatly:'pleased with the nonalcoholic -
{ :.. !..!o..oo.o o..o ...o: I temper of the Florida people. and particulars free from ... .... o..o.o. .... oo..oo.o.OOw.. ...........

I[ voted ,
have the prohibition ticket for
; IF YOU RECEIVE' THE KIS- FREE : forty years and have/ so far not had Waters &- Carson
the pleasure of electing anybody. If,
r; 4 Our I had been1n Florida and entitled to GROCERY CO.Klssinsmee .
it'0 1 Instructive :
'./'..5. .,-f-,without. having ordered that -. Catalogue. vote. I should certainly: have helped to ) FloridYArmour FOR 'SALE---CASH PREFERRED
r ,: .. ; be sent to you. no payment for it tad Weekly! Price List elect' I .

I. ,$j".,; *4 will County'be.Commissioners asked of :you.of Osee The- '** writing:your1,home present-a good about this ale! Fertilizer Works One block of Five Lots in South Part of Town. 250 '

t .'. 4 ola "'for?it 4 SEND 'FOR matter, and just now when my home '
county are pay1n '
as .
: .'* an advertisement for this eoun- 4 state,has come'to hersense and castoff Jacksonville' ,, Fla.;. foot front,'208 foot depth. Rich .Muck Soil adapted for ".
-.I.,r ;;;r"' 4 o to ty,,.themby Your name one has of been your supplied frlendu'4rya .THEM TODAY fats t the not clutch ashamed of the to liquor let you oligarchy.t knpw'II Banana or;
4 in the 1I0pe:that yon would be'4 ,am a Hoosier.- ,My home is Jndianapolis 'Grow ditch. Make'Vpur for itself. .
;J :' .4 this section,of, .lor.74y4 N JSEEDCOLI ) < ; and I am rejoiced over the undoing '
,'. Ida. I of our liquor dragon. -We have Apply VALLEY GAZETTE.[:. .
..' A '.' 0M I? 'JACKSONVILLE, :TUV.: been dominated by J. Barleycorn long Biggest Crops!
; 't. **" + " enough. I thing the-.south has done! .. qI,

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Hang out the American )Flag 1 ;: e. .

Wear the Colon! J .. .( .
Congress and the Legislatures ; Purity is a _

and the Civic Organisations ,

are passing resolutions -

pledging support of the President ,i"

t in..*. the. existing nationalczlsia. 'Great Thing -
" : i il
t Individuals can "Show TheirColors" : ." f :

i by hanging out the .
t American flagat- their homes

And places of business and by -

wearing the emblem. .F rlertdw

This is an opportunity to visualize l ;: ". -. ; ,,
uI ) IllF 'at ",
patriotic loyalty
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: Wallace of Tampa Being Boostedfor I q fi17T' i ::7V.

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Commander Grand Army Republic . ." .' ,' '. . ,,'h." .._ .,- ...,. __ -, -l',,'
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The Department Encampment of Florida and the post of commander is SLY+57 v,,1.#,jlt r'dN4'. .Y L r! ',k'''" ; ,
r S P 1'
the natural and logical, promotipn. His (1 "l ,YVdF+ a nj, N4t1 ii
the Grand Army of the Republic will 'Ftt 4 n .f
work in behalf of the Grand Army + a; f' I
be held in April 3-4, for and the placing of'flags' in the public 1' 5t, t '1,1' 4' .w 'r .f\":
y ;
which already arrangements are being schools of the tttate is well known.It ' l, / ."
made in order to make the reunion-one is probable that Commander W. (,i:y"
of the largest and best ever held in J. Patterson of Pittsburg, Pa., head of ,, /r' FI .
the state. connection with this announcement the national organization, will attend ''lt't",,s j''N n ,"
the following is reproduced the Florida encampment. Bishop Fal- ; r ,tL:4 g :
from the Tampa Morning. Tribune, lowes of Chicago and John McElroyof '
which will be of interests! Washington, D. C., the'latter editor of ,t;.r, '
'Commander-John.; .Walaceof] A. the National Tribune, the old soldiers' r1i; r.
H. Terry.Post, G. A. R.T mpais being paperf also--are expectedurgentlnvit: i ,Pt,Y.4''t 1%
urged for the post of commander, tatlons having been sent them to at. "" d,
It Department of Florida, G. A. R., and tend itM meeitng at Kissimmee. The t"t .Y. I'Nr4. ,
b ?
his name will be presented for that presen tcommander of the Florida Encampment '. Y,! 'Y1'1'v !' . Pp J..1 1 Pd h,,- '!r't ? 1,< '
; I honor at the department encampmentto Is''W. J. Melrath ,of Jacksonville .. !tG1.trld-.t':.n'R. } E. k
be held at Kissimmee April 34. Not i ;ftrl
t 1 only has Commander Wallace the support Mr.Wallace. is a former newspaperman ,
of the.local post, but prominent having been actively,Identified
: Wen in the '. ,
state are behind the boom for "Little many years. He ran the entire gamut N. Mrll w 'h .

r 'Johnny"no greater Wallace favorite; than and whom faithful. there work is devil in the to newspaper'editor.- -He game is, from very printer's popular ,My folks down South keep telling me: ""Be the look of me, and the smoke of me. , .l

er in G.' A. R. circles. among the newspapermen of this city, .clean and sweet and ." And .
w Mr. Wallace already is senior vice-' where he has resided the pastsix pure bet i

,t commander of the Department of years. :The finest, whitest, cleanest home you "
you I am just about the purest cigarette ;:
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I ; ever saw Only the purest, sweetest, rich- t
Annual State High School Track find ever :
M est. Virginia and Carolina tobacco, enters

T: Field Meet In Gainesville In April Why, the, SOVEREIGN factory is dusted there. And when come out, wrapped 'H\,$

every morning, just like a lady's parlor. in the daintiest of white i imported 4
-t The third 'annual state high school the blgh'.c ools which must be filled paper f.f

field meet will be held at and returned to the University by That's the of home 1
sort I have. And.don't know I to t
Gainesville, Saturday April 7,, under March 31st. Your hearty cooperation you am proud be 'a ;1
the auspices of the State University. is solicited and will be necessary
t, A recent issue of the college paper \\f the meet is to have.the. desired re : I've got to make good all the time-in SOVEREIGN? ::

Contains the following interesting suits. . },
notes, which Is for the benefit of all Don't wait until the last minute, j

schools expecting. to take part in the but begin immediately to develop a : '

meet The: object of the" meet is to decide team school which as will you be.would able to have-it representyour 'rep <.ii . You Folks of the South KNOW good blood. ;};<;<;1\ ; .

the supremacy among the athletes of resented. J' .
the high schools in the various events You Folks of the South KNOW tobacco I
d It also affords opportunity for the r good 4'I
pt high school 'men to see what advantages SEED BEANS SCARCE
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be derived from attendanceat J
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can Pk. Bu.Refugee ,
the State University after. their or 1000 to li-i.7S $10,00Red
? graduation from high school, .1 .well I' Black Valentine Valentine--------<.-.,___?.. i.75 10.00 10.eORtrlnll'I. Next: to good breeding good dress and good taste-and 'I have them all. That's my J

g as to make them better acquaintedWith .. ,, (
/ Green Pod. J.75 10.00
college lit. Hodion Wax _._-..____- 1.00 11.00 claim to your friendship. I can't say more except : t
.. The contests will conducted under Selected Tom Watson melon teed .1
the rules of the State High School ?to lb., 10 lb. lot, hoc 3 lb.; Blooma.ld' .
Association and offered in the "77" bu. prolific seed corn, 76c .>.. .- " ,: >' .. 'J
are pk.. fS.60 bu.: Extra 'early North ; . c j
of wholesome athletics and for Carolina cotton seeda$2.25bu. "" 1< ->1,.' ; .. '" ',i' : .. : .\ .. ,-
spirit grown . "
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Extra ... ;/.I .,' '" "' 'I :. ". ,:,... ''', ; ; ";,\; ,
; early 8ea11elandlcoltonseed i . . ) .
the benefit to be derived from healthy j\ r .
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".10 bu. North 'Carolina' peal. j/, \ oJ{ .< 1"I'l"\ \ ",. '( ... '//1,1. :. 'i.I \\1/" .\' ,
competition. They.will be handled by nut, ..U.71' bu.; .Recleanedi beggarweed ] ;. J1\.. ".' . .1. .,. C/O "'/, \ ," 1Ii /\ ,' '
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competent. officials and in good form. .. seed 2 .c,complete\! I am guaranteed L"Y c, ", "". ,"1'I't\ ; I }."!, \\........"'. to ,.. Buy?me. .1 ,i.," ..
A invitation is extended' '' .
hearty to for
Writ catalog ,... ". \ i oJ. "
7 every high school in the state to come Bloomfield Nursery &: Seed Col 'If'yo don'tlike, trp: return me to your dealer and get "

,' :'to the Gainesville University for and the be day.the guests! of.- M..tIlI, F1.rid. your, money'' back. I have said it. A Southern..gentleman is known 'K

111 -Entry blanks will. be sent out to all I the world over for keeping; his word,. and I have given you mine.. ... \}


"Breeie: ? Is Blowing" Effective Publicity tr t
'Tampa Breeze: Editor Moritz ia St. Lucie Tribune: Apropos of the overeign j
there with the goods when-it comes to Ososola County Fair at Kissimmee igareitesOR
publishing a paper. Look out, Tribune February 15th, 16th and 17th, the
!. Kissimmee Valley Gazette last week
published a special twenty-page.illus

'Whadd'ye Mean "Top Notcher "* trated edition boosting the Fair and F0R, THE .GLNTLEMrAN OP THE SOUTH _, :
giving effective publicity to Osceola ;j
'_ Orlando :Reporter-Star: The Kls- county . .,. .1 I -
aimmee Valley Gazette covered the
Osceola County Fair in metropolitan of' ff au "
style. Max Moritz Is a top notcher at Kissimme Boys Did the Job H
description and display. He has Im- Morning Tribune: It was the Kis :
proved the V-G wonderfully. simmee'company that engaged in the _
battle with the Mexicans.. Bet the I ."
I Weather Was Fine Tampa boys feel slighted. OPERATION OF WILLYS-KNIGHT along the highways unmindful of the I bottle of "California Syrup of Figs; ," task to wire and place all lights in the
Sanford Herald: Kissimmee fair .SLEEVE VALVE IN THE MOVIES many little things that were happen which children contains'of: all ageiand directions for for babies, various buildings on the grounds and :

n, this week and Orlando next week. May Want to Stay, Now! ing under the bonnet, will see those ups. ,. grown. for the immense exhibit tents of the I
Mope they have better weather than, St. Petersburg'Times: Maybe our Automobile owners who have been' things happen as they watch the I carnival features was a huge one, and .
Seminole did for no bthsr county in Florlda'boys don't want to come home content to alt the comfortable GOOD WORK BY SUPT. JOINER
the state could hold a lair under such now. They've really been in action upholstery of their cars as they rollFor moving, picture screen at the Casino no complaint of any kind were made r
conditions-none other but Seminole. and captured a. real live Mexican. Theater, Monday night, February 26.I APPRECIATED BY OFFICIALS known which is quite a compliment to ,..,\
t the head of
the and
Hurrah. municipal light
.-, The picture explained in detail the
One of the hardest water plants.
working men for
operation of the Willys-Knight Sleeve .
He "Sure" Was Here ;
St. Petersburg Times: Governor "Long Sweetening" I Father i ond Son I Valve Motor. weeks prior to the Osceola County "t
Catts must think, international Apalachicola) Times: Kissimmee} The positive action,of the sleeve Fair period was Supf! W. A. Joiner,
i'' crisis is somewhat lessened in its intensity to have a syrup mill with a capacity of valves, which are opened and closed by of the City Electric Light &: Water Whenever You Need a Oeoeral Tonic '
He attended the Osceola 900 gallons at one boiling. The peo- .360' PICTURES connecting rods, was dearly.shown. Plant, who had direct charge of the Take drove ,If.' :
who like Positive valve action according toa wiring and illumination of the Fair The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
County"Fair,during the past week. ple "long sweetening" can 360 ARTICLES
from the Scientific, American His work chill Tonic la equally valuable as a
visit Kissimmee and fill up on "sop." quotation grounds. was done .in a ;''/I
''EACH MONTH u in the pictures, is the object of all most thorough manner, and he .not General Tonic because it contains the. -a
Y Fair Credit to CounjyApop'ka well known tonic
; ON ALL NEWS STANDS motor car designers, who seek to only received commendation from the propertlesof QUININE_
News Kissimmee and Os and '.
: Credit'to IRON..It acts the U _. Drives
t he',:Sheet eliminate the use of such uncertainfactors officials, but also from those who had on
ceola county is proud of their Fair asSAY oat Malaria Brricbea the Blood and
Suwannea Citizen The Osceola
: came and the
by to the
springs means at
as use "juice" grounds. The
well be, it certainly was Boilda the Wjol -0 ceDt& ..
they as
may County Fair opened at Kissimmee the 15 Cents of which the valves of motors are up System. :
t n credit to tM entire county, and will 14th. The Ga ?tte came out with a opened and. closed. '
be followed' bjr many' more "bigger special edition which is a credit to It was shown how the sleeve valve OOOO'O'OOOOtOUotO. OOOOOOOOOOO..O..O... I.
and better that spelndid .sheet' and 'which will POPULARMECHANICS provide the ideal ipharically-shaped ,
be of great benefit to the excellent b combustion chamber, acknowledged by ABSOLUTELY STOPS ALL LEAKS : ;' 4,
"We Grow Things"Plant county in which it !is published.
4t all engineers to be the type of com e
City Courier: Osceola county bustion chamber that provides the GRAPHELASTIC ROOF .
a is holding F.i;. over at Kissimmeethis Twill Be Done most powerful motor :a
week. We know it is a good one, ,
Reporter-Star: Those Kissimmee <
,.for/"like Hillsborough, they grow CROSS .
people are still talking of bulkheading IF YOUR CHILD IS ,
AH the Cicat Event
'In ,
things over.there. the lake. They should go to Sanfordto Engineer-ins: and Invention throughout' FEVERISH, CONSTIPATEDLook NOT AN. EXPERIMENT;BUf AN ESTABLISHED TESTED PRODUCT, ."'.
-- find Out how it Is done. But the World ant described in ma in All E7H On Osceola town can't lay claim to such men every as Katun. ....each.ner.-.. they-.., occur., *3.000.000 !Mother! If tongue is coated, Graphelastic will make an old roof as good as new. Any one can apply :,... :.

Ralford Tribune All eyes are C. R. Walker E. T. Woodruff,et al. sap NelatS to..__II t_...n....,. cleanse little bowels with "Call- it. For 5 years the standard roof paint of the South. "
turned on Osceola county this week on,,.. fornia Syrup of Fin' OUR PRICES Barrels, 52 gallons, 60e> per gal. Half barrel., about !I .
account of their County Fair. This is ent Mothers can rest easy aft r giving
>Agents" 30
1 65c
DTteiop .
their first fair, but that it will be a Taffipa( vQsceola County 'i'r AgatearMeshanlstie....b..i.Iq La..I..I.n.r..e.. .. mr "California Syrup of. Figs," because in gallons! per gallon Less than,half barrels, 75c per gallon. 1..
success goes without saying- they opens at Kissimmee' today, with ,the -M balM BOM*. ranUa.wtralM.' 0.11.e e. a few hours all the clogged-up waste, Graphela.tic will cover about 200 square feet to the gallon ; t
have formed habit down there of next big 'un opening at Orlando. These pill MIX IT staff mrs BUUBS sour bile and fermenting food gently Graphelaitic Liquid Cement for roofs in very bad condition $1 gaL s ii.f try
making a success of what they under sectional and fairs fir__..__VOT.Men,If r..w5Lw moves out of Jthe bowels; and ,you Graphelastic per
> ,county all of which _...w.soya_._I.H hr ,.r., have a'We'll, playful child! again.:: heavy cement 50 pounds 8c per pound. t-, nt;
,., '
take. si. aw fw .a.y .
d' were inspired by the of Tampa's
____ state fairs, success . .,-- -- .- Sick children needn't be coaxed to Above prices subject to 10%:discount,for cash... : ':'
are proving the
greatest "
PONUII MKClhlIIII ACAZIIIIII take this harmless "fruit laxative. .,
Calls' Three "PV of all development agents. The S-Itar.. ear- Millions, of mothers keep it handy be- '
-fyiesbnrg Commercial Governor homtseeker has a right to doubt statements cause they know its. action .on the Graphelastic: Manufacturing Co. ,

-. 'CatU went to Kissimmee to deliver an published by some land dealers, pawls, M......,..' aIIasi _.aJ.a stomach liver and bowels Is prompt
K :;address on ti. "Three P'.." Pure punk'IperglAagr. but they arv "shown"when .products -'- .... i.fa .._. .,.....-M";-'. .*', and sure.Ask ., x OFFICES, JACKSONVILLE FLA. ,

.I arc thrust before them. "',frreasea.karo bessenad'estji.ef your druggist'for a 60-cent, 0" ..... O .0.0 t 404009006'4rS8.. 1
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'-Beat f Hlfr under one- year old 10, -Best. Bow over. one year Qld ""*

I I LIST Of AWARDS. OSCEOLA COLNtY FAIR ,] 1 3w.r.-w. W., Carson Carson Igrigewater l-v-Kriavwater Farms FarmSj Co.Co. I POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: .1

_ TB..t Herd one Bull and tour Females 11-Best How under one, year old .
i any air 1-W. W. Carson3A. -- -
I FARM PRODUCTS 28-Best exhibit of Dasheens. half ClaM V-Amr Breed nl Milch Cattle A. Harris
F.r..C.B.rtly. Kahtklt PrdjetA bushel N.4 Listed I. pZBest Pen Board and two Sows FOR MAYORTo promise to faithfully perform the .*
k IS--Brit Cow[ throe years old or over1w. i EdKewater Farm. Co.over '
1-New Eden Plantation Co. the White Voter of KUstmme duties of the office. Have had nine
1 Beit collective .xhlblt, p"oduoed W. Caraon six months old
-. 2-A. E. Thomas
farm 1 -Beit exhibit or Strawberries. 4 qt. (:'1..rt".r... lJ.. Wade Tucker I take this man of announcing my, months"'experience' as night policeman
d ;; on. on basket IS-Best Bulljovcr one year and under "'M-Best Mow and Buckling Brood candidacy for the office of Mayor of and think could fill the position"
Hi 1-Pat. Johnston l-Cl.rk Howell three years1Edgewater .. 1_W. W Carson the city of Kiislmmae, subject to the .satisfactorily, D. A. BASS.
Farms Co. CUM Breed
Net Listed ,
2-Ed re water Farm Cat 2-8. T. l"an.l.rI1Ba.t ( ay
...... H3teB t-Pat Johnston toWBest Boar' over one year old White Primary to be held in M.rchJ -
Hay $0
ri ; .se. exhibit of Broom Corn,'
1-Best bale of hay mad from Natal heads 14-Beat Bull Calf und* > one year old. 1-Bruna Point C.ttl..Co. and if elected will fulfill the duties of FOR. MARSHAL
I o .rra..a l-Clay.John.on 1-Fat Johnston 1C-Best mrnder one. ,year Old the office to the best of my ability and i I hereby announce) to my friend
//i'' 11. R. Bronaon 1--St. Cloud Development Co. It-Bret Cow three Farms years Co.IEd..w.t.r .old
r' -S--Rull Best bale Baast ( of hay '"mad from Para'" 33-Best If -Kt. Cloud three Gourds Development, Co. s Farms Co, ,, 'JT-Best Sow over one year old state, and ordinances of the) city. election: the-position of City Marshal

I' 0..... 14-Best collective exhibit of Vegetables .It-Beit COWl .or Heifer over' one and 1-Bruna Point Cattle Co. I[ respectfully solicit and will appreciate subject to the will of the whit
1-Pat Johnston not less than ten varieties. under three years t-Pat. Johnston your voters In the approaching' primary.
Kdgiewater Farms Co. IS-Best Sow under old support.JOHN
4 bale year
-Beit' of hay mad from Bermuda 18. T. Fansler S. CADEL.
graes1Southport CasBavaj-i y IT-Best Heifer under one year' old1Edgewater 1-Pat Johnston I place my record before'the people)
I Farms Co. 1-Pat Johnston as platform and
1-Best exhibit of Casiava my U re-elected
'-Best bale of hay mad from Pea- 1-Adolph Knockel S(-Best Herd, one Bull and four 1>-Best Pen Boar and two Saws, FOR CITY CLERKI
vines 2 Sullivan Females. any age. over. ala months old the responsible position which I have
: -J. L.
::1 1--80uthport. I c.lto1I' 1 1t--Edgewater Farms Co. 1-Pat Johnston hereby, announce my candidacy held in the past, will give the office)
l S-Best bale of hay made from Crabgrass ; -,-Bl'llt! exhibit Sea Island Cotton 4 MervfordBIt ,20-rBest Pen of Pigs. six month" old for re-election: to the office of City the 'same careful and painstaking
Best Bull three years of over or under\ six pigs
1-Clay Johnson Clerk to the'action of the .
1-R. I* Lesley I Sugar Caae-H 1-Pat Johnston, 1-Bruna Point Cattle Co.. subject ,consideration in the future. I respectfully .
I-*-P.t Johnston 1-Best exhibit of Ribbon SugarCane 11-first Bull Calf under one year' old 11-Best Sow and Suckling Brood white man's primary to be held the : ask all white voters for'
12-Best bale of hay made from any.I' ., ten .talk. 1-Pat Johnston 1-HrurcB Point Cattle Co. lit Saturday in March, 1917. their support which I assure
-Ednewater. Farms Co. 2-Pat Johnston yon,
Kraas not nam.dl 1-Pat Johnston31'at .. Not being a stranger to the office y r
will be
old .
1Southport2wClark 14-Bst Heifer under one year Claxi tt- Hoa-a appreciated.Q. .
w Howell 2-Best exhibit Johnston Green Sugar Cane, Ertftewater Farm. Co. 21-Best. Fat Hog under, one year old or the good, voters who have dealt so W. OVERSTREET. ''
..'f' U-Be.t six bundles of Ry ten stalks1New I-Albert Bass 1-A. A, Harris kindly with me in the 'past, I now offer -' w p

' r," '" 17-I-Bi P.>st B..I.neri' exhibit of Spineless Cactus 2-8. J." Eden EntrlkenI Plantation Co. tt-Best(lave Bull R-Awrde.e, three years ABarva or over SHEEP- my past record MS a guarantee of FOR COUNCILMAN

,' plants -Best 'exhibit of Syrup from SugarCane . 1-_,Pat JohnstonPat Clans r-Aay Breed Net Listed further service should I be returnedto I wish to announce my candidacy
1--CI.rk Howell 's Johnston37Beat < B-Best Lamb and two Ewes age the
any office. J. R. GILBERT, for' membership the
over on City Councilof
i 3-D. W. DouglaaGrmlm 1 New Eden Plantation Co.' Bull one. 'year and under 1' Carson Cattle Co.
_. Ete..C6Best 2=Pat iohnston3Beet three. years .-Best Lamb under one year old FOR MAYOR Klssimmee, subject to the will of
I!! peck of Rice, rough exhibit of Syrupfrom Japanese Kdrewater Karma Co.3Pat I--C.raon Cattle Co. the voters in the white primary to be
1-a. T. Fancier7Beet I Can Johnston,36Beet I hereby annuonoe myself as a can. -
held in
.o .' ff ten ear of Corn i it' 1-J. T. Reave Bull Calf under one year old GOATS7Best' i didate for Mayor of .the City of Kis- March. If chosen to the office
1.. Edgewater Farms Co. I 2-Mrs. Aaron Reaves '3 1-Pat A. F.Johnston Baas 8t. Cloud ', Fen Angora Goats; one male aim in the election to be held next I pledge-myself to fulfill the duds-of
8-Beat bushel of Velvet beans In' t-Best collective exhibit of Can the office to the
and two female.1Carson best of
March and
pod and Cane Products t9-Best Cow, three years old. or respectfully ask for the my ability,
fll' 1-+lark Howell 1_New" Eden Plantation Co. over I Cattle-Co. support of all citizens who believe in according to the ordinances of the city
h ; S-Fat Johnston "I 2-fat JohnstonBe 1-Johnston athorouirh and ,business-like administration and respectfully solicit the support of'
Beat half bushel of Velvet Bean, I -Kdgewater Farms Co. 1IORSKS Ml'LKS AND .JACKS
P.-I of affairs.GAY citizens.
city S. B.
.'' and A AULTMA .
40 Claaa
: r'I's' shelled I 1-Best exhibit of Comb Honey n9t -Best Cofw or Heifer over on* (
1-Clark Howell3Edgewater less than ten Ibs. under three years 1_Be...t Fair Horse shown- rig LIVINGSTON.FOR .
, t Farm Co.' I 1-C. E. Robinson 1-A. F. Bass2tEditewater 1-J. Wade Tucker FOR COUNCILMANI
j 11. -Beet peck of Chufa (:'It... Fries, Kte -K Farms Co. Clauw. B-T.............* Hrsea HeartsS i MAYOR '
I-A. E.!: ThomasU 1-J. M. Dickinson..Narcoonee 41-Best Heifer under one year old ter.d hereby announce' my candidacy[
It., ,I -Beet peck of Cow Pea Southport Orove 1-A, F. Baas -:Best Stallion, Mare or Gelding hereby announce myself a candi for member of the City ,Council of ''
Edfewater Farms Co. 2-Best box of Grapefruit- Edg-ewater Farm. Co. three years old and over date for the office of mayor of the
- I . VegM.ble.-D 1-R. L. Evans, Narcoosse 41-Bot Herd one Bull and Four Females ,1-Canon Cattle Co. town of Klssimmee, subject to the action Klssimmee, ''subject to the action of
; 1/MJeaf,S.IC-\ uhl -of .Bweet Pota-. Z-i-E. L. any age Vlmmm C-Saddl* Ha.nwef >
.' r toe : A. , ' S-Best box of Tangerines I, -1-Pat Johnston?.??,,' c.. -Best atalUon, three year. old..andover of the white man's! to be White Man's Primary In March,
\,' 1-New Eden Plantation Co. 1-Pat Johnston Edcewater Farm Co. ,? . held the first Saturday in Marc 1917. Having been 'a resident of this:
t., . S -Pat-Johneton 4-Best half-box Lemon Class 'W Aay; Hrrvd .( Cattl..N.1: L-Carson Cattle Co. If elected I pledge myself to give the for city
j,. S-Beet half-buhel of Irish. Potatoes 1-S. J. Bntrlken. Narcoosse. I Listed43Best 1-W. .W. Carson duties of the office many years, and thoroughly acquainted
Bull three years or over : my very best attention with the needs
1"I 1-C1..k HowellI e-B..t six baskets of Kumquat. 10-Best gtallton one year and under of the muaicpality -
,: L I I-C. H. Funk 1-C. H. Funk 1-Pat Johnston three Respectfully I'feel that I can be of Service,
3-Best half-doaen; Cabbage Largest and best bunch.of Grapefruit 44-Best Bull,'over ODe years. and Under ,l-C.-STy.on J. W. THOMPSON. In the offtce'a.ked
i l... ,., 1_ Cloud Development. Co.I . three years 2-J. W Miller for and respectful:
;; -B.!: I.. Le.I.yB..t ' < 1-.1 L. Reave .* 1_I. M.. ,Lanier 12-Bet Mare. or Gelding three year FOR CITY, CLERK ly solicit: the votes of everyone desks.
t.. ... .
v -A F. Bast ', r. i
, (- exhibit of Rutabaga Turnips Southport Orov. :'.' old and over : Ing a business-like and systematic
M with 46-Best Bull Calf, under one year 1-.1.. Wade Tucker3J. I hereby announce''myself' '' a pd.
: top '-Best bunch, of Bananas ._ . as II\I.DIltrMIon.of.-pubUI '
f' affaire.. :
J 1-E. U' Lesley 1--B. T. Fansler old W, Millar candidate for City Clerk of Kissim- .
t I 9 Beet exhibit of Turnip other than an Individual S-Pat Johnston old and under three mee, subject to the voters' of the ,
. I Jiutab.@r. with top 1-Henry Llght.ey3Mis. 4*-Best Cow, three years old or. 1-8. M. Crewea' White Primary to be held in March. FORCOUNCILMAKDellriOUI
t y 1-8. T. FanalerJ .. M R. Cadman. Narcoossa over 2J.. Wade Tucker Being ,
f -St. Cloud . U_....B FrmltB-I* 1-A. F. Bass Class D thoroughly competent to ''eon'duct of serving the City of
;. 10-Beat exhibit of Radishes, lIaltj 1-Best exhibit Pecans 2-Pat. Johnston II-Best Saddle Horse, shown under tale affairs.of this important office Klssimmee in the capacity: of CouDCil-
dozen bunche t-Mrs. C. A. Carson saddle In a systematic and businesslike . man I hereby make
Ii 1 1-St. Cloud Development Co 4-Bes* exhibit Walnut HOGS I--C.r.on Cattle Co. my announce- ,
\ f 15-Beat exhibit of Beet, with top.. 1-J. w. Miller ('I... A-BrkBfclrlBet .. .' 2-E. U Lesley. manner, I solicit the support of ment, and ak for the support of,all f '
'. t six bunch. "'I.e ... '. ...._M Hoar over one. year. old Ctmmm K-He>ram t.w Harare* ......- all voters promising, if elected the friends and citizens in general sub-
i" 1-8. T. Fanaler s 5-Best Quart Or.nVln... ]_Folk Brown DeLe.ndS If-Best. Stallion. Mare or Gelding closest attention to business and teet *o the to be held
It-Beet exhibit of Lettuce, six heada 1-Miss M. R. Cadman Nnrcoossee -Pat Johnston any age March dIIf elected
4 I 1-S T. Fancier (-Beat Quart Home-made. Vinegar t-Best Boar under one' year old 1-8. )I. Crewes" conduct of office. with' satisfaction to an *ill' fulfill
17-Beat exhibit of Green Pea, 4 qt. 1-Mr.. E. Derbyshire 1-rB, Dlckereon2Folk 1-B. U Lesley all. TOM WOODALL. the duties of the office to the best; ef
!J basket &: Brown, DeLand (lana K-.....;, T........ -.. ..-, my ability, and In strict conformity d
''d V 1-8, T. Fancier 1-Best How" over one year'old 10-Fancy Turnouts, single seated FOR CITY TREASURER with the-city-ordinances.- Your
\,1/ t IS-Bent exhibit of Celery; ,dosentalk CATTI.H I-C. H. Funk' I-.John Dreste11Fancy will be ; vote.
/ T 4-Went Sow" under( one .year old Turnout double seated To the White Voters of Klssimmee appreciated.
,4 1-H. .T. Fancier Class: A-. .._ ''' 1--0. H. Funk I-J. Wade Tucker Desiring to serve the citizens in the ___. F. H. LAWSON.FOR .
3 XI-Beat exhibit of parrot, six 2-Best Bull over one, year and under 2-B. IMckcrsonClan ("i.e.M.les
fr bunchee three year B- )....*-. ....*;r 11-Best Horse Mule, one year. old capacity City Treasurer I hereby COUNCILMAN
f 1 H T. Lander 1-A. A. Harris 8-Brt. Hoar over one year old and under three make my announcement for the office)
"t t-fit. Cloud Development Co. S-\\'. W. Carson 1-j. wade Tucker 1J. Wade Tucker subject to the white primary which is yI take this- means in announcing
rI! I 25-Meat exhibit of Kohl-rabl six 4-Hi' st 'ow three years old Or over .' 2-E. L Lesley 2r-J. W. Miller716Be.t m candidacy for re-election as COUBcilman
"j head 1- ,\., w. --Carson .9-Bent. Hoar under one year old41Edgewater Mar Mule,, three years old to be held during the month of March, : of the city of -
." I-It. T. Fanaler1C 6-Uvst Cow or Heifer over one and Farms Co. or over1J. and, I if elected will use my best efforts the Kissimmee at
-Beat exhibit of Brussels Sprouts, under three years 2-l dffwater Farms Co. W. Miller for the ' and faithful primary to be held in March ...
,six heads 1,-\\' W, Carson performance support of all citizen
.-? 1--a. .T. Fancier 2-W, ,W. Carson (Continued Next Week) of the duties of that position. whotwant a business-like) admlnl.tratlon

\ Confident that I am thoroughly quaIl. of public -
fled standing 011 my
to handle the requirements
as record In the alAermanirf bed In
1 such official, I respectfully solicit the past. EUGENE C. BRYAN.i
;j I support of all good citzens for which

Ji' t I It St. Cloud Department I am thankful in advance. FOR COUNCILMAN
A- M. STORY. I ,
JI _, hereby announce my candidacy for
re-election; to the,.,oMe as ,CoincU.
I,, FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COLLECTOR man for the City 'of Klssimmee; ..t..:

NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" FROM OUR OWN jest I to- the action! : of the White' rainary ,
:' I to held
and durinjr the month
'.i ; SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT 1 hereby announce myself' candi of March respectfuJlT.; .

date for the office of Marshal and and support of all citizens, desiring iTcIeiw
Tax Collector of the city of Kissim- administration of

r' 1" I Mrs. Ella B. Perkins died on. Tue's- Garner.; and for an 'encore gave "This mee, subject to the action of the approaching platform public affairs, and prshtlntas my.

day, February 11th, at 9 a. m. Her Little Iron Is Not Hot. primary. If elected. I my past record.

l- ,f ojf ; maiden name was Ella B. Pope, and World.Song by .the choir-All Around,the -. . - ..------ ---_. . W. W. CARSON
f ..
? ,
I,." ,;he was born at Woolketville,. Conn., Reading on the effects of tobacco\on LEE IS OWNER OF PRETTY -

> on May 25, 1852. At ,the age of eighteen the human system. GOOD AMUSEMENTS FURNISHED.'

.\. she'''wal married to Harvey B. Judge Anderson gave' quites an in- NATIONAL.: HIGHWAY AUTO FOR FAIR BY JOHNNY J. JONES

\ Perkins and soon afterwards moved to terestin gtalk on prohibition. -

J Iif : ( s Detroit,' Mich., whence they, came to Closed by singing-"The White J. M. Lee has joined the ranks 'of 'The excellent: amusement features '
1 1r" Ribbon Rally Song. ,
St. Cloud on account of Mr. Perkins'failing
health. Mrs. Perkins was the Collection taken for expenses the classy autoists, and is sporting which were .presented during the recent W;.

; mother of five children, three of whom amounted to $12.02. one of the trimmest cars seen in this Osceola County Fair: by the? ,
Above everything else CERTAIN-TEED ,stands for survive her-Nelbert Perkins and Adjourned to meet next Saturday. section in ome time. It is a Natinoal Johnny J. Jones Company has been I

'I'"f quality, efficiency and economy. Any product bear- Mrs. Lulu\ Strewing of St. Cloud, and Highway and was purchased throughthe the cause of much favorable comment ''
Mrs. Ruby' B..anock'of Cambridge, Union services were held in the G. agency of Fred M. Bass. The new on the part of the .'I
: ine the CERTAIN-TEED will deliver all threein public. Generally
, name : Md. Funeral services were held in the A. R. Hall on Sunday afternoon. Rev. owner is treating his many friends to carnival concern has, some exhibitions a, a

heaping measure.Certainteed. Methodist Church on Saturday, February Kenney being the preacher for that a ride, all of whom are enjoying the that are not always looked upon as be- t.:

" 17th at 10 a. m. Intermentwas day.The courtesies, shown them. ing, just the proper thing from a moral '\:;A
made in Mount Peace cemetery, garrison of the Army and Navy -- standpoint but
:' Union held their Monday The liver loses its acidity at times it Is safe to say that .I;
; Certain-teed St. Cluod. The friends have the sym regular meeting every ,show presented by Johnny .f
afternoon in the Masonic Hall and -needs help. Herbine is an effective -
in their
of the entire community Jones
was of
pathy one clean wholesomrentertainment.
I' liver stimulant. It also ,
I and mustered in one new member purifies '
bereavement. .
.Roofing Paints and Varnishesi
. The Loyal Women's Class will meetat the bowels, strengthens digestion and ;
I' Mrs, Raynor of the West End: was The Fair officials are' well pleased ?

f'; i is the most efficient type,of roofing are made by experts and mixedby calling on friends in the East: Endon good the attendance church on is Friday desired.C. afternoon.. A spirits.restores strength Price 50c., vigor. Sold and by cheerful Osrpola with the carnival company, and are ,+...

'. I, modern that Tuesday morning. .' expressing: themselves
machinery as being
for all kinds of buildings.For so Pharmacy appreciative -
V Kenney of the Delicatessen
Quite a number of our people attended of the class of entertainment
'. the sky-scraper a built up every can exactly conforms to the Fair in Kissimmee last left on Tuesday for a short business G. W. Persons, of the Dollar Limit features provided for the amusement: .!.

roof of CERTAIN-TEED is the expert chemists' formula, week. All report a good exhibit and trip to Tampa. Store has been in Orlando this week of the visitors to our initial exposi.

i. now recognized as the ideal roof.. both as to ingredients and color. a general good time. *!t j Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Albertson and taking in the Five-County'Fair. tion. 'k)
daughter Miss Dorothy of Bangor
h The people of the Presbyterianchurch ,
With modern facilities for manufacturing
''T' For factories, especially where the '
Pa. aYid Mrs. L. D. Trout ef New Jersey "
at the church'on
I roof area considerable. the lightweight a full line of paints and varnishes gave a reception '\
economy and long life ofCERTAINTEED on a largo calcj with unlimited Tuesday evening for their new pastor picnicked Alligator Lake, and C. A. CARSON President N. C RYAN. Secretary. !
I makes it by far resources, and the extensive sales organization and his wife Rev. and Mrs. J. T. I visited the Shaker: Colony on Wednes

the most desirable type of roof. For of the Certain-teed Products W. Stewart. The evening was pleas day.The '
Veteran's Club have moved The Waters. & CarsonGrocery
" garages, out-houses, farm buildings Corporation,cost tare materially antly spent by pastor and people.
the economy ** of laying and long reduced, and CERTAIN-TEED Dainty refreshments were served by from the Perry Building on New York ,
: lift make CERTAIN-TEED superior Paints can be sold for lees tm good the committee. avenue to one of the new store roomson

to any other. For residences paints usually Cost. Tenth street between Pennsylvaniaand

": CERTAIN-TEED Slate Surfaced The professional painter can not mi* The Veterans' Association met as Florida ave ues. '

; Shingles are artistic. light weight' his own paints and compete with usual in the G. A. R. Hall on Saturdayat The Chimes of Normandy which was Company J J.J

', ecanomical.: CERTAIN-TEED Paints anymore 2 p. m. Meeting opened with the staged for the benefit of the Ladies'

CERTAIN-TEED costa less to buy than the small shoemaker can 'compete p..esidentW. F. Kenney in the chair.: Improvement Club last Thursday'and ..

" less to lay,and less per year of lira.a In price and style with the big Opening song America followed by Frida yevening, was largely attendedby -.
It is light weight, clean: sanitary and shoe factories It Is better both for t' prayer by Rav. Jenkins. Song by the ,call music lovers and a neat sum Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 'l 1

fir retardaot. It will not dry out or the painter and the 'man who pays choir, Kind.Words Can Never Die. added to the library building fund.

. nut, and Is absolutely weathertight. for the Job, if the ''painter uses Reading of minutes of previous meeting Mrs. Charles Ryan entertained the
CERTAIN-TEED Paint. AU Uncertainty by the J. L. Brown, 500 club: Tuesday evening at her homeon GROCERIES '
y CERTAIN-TEED Is madiln rolls, is 'and .
eliminated waste and with two corrections stood New York av nue. D.. L. C. Riddle
plain and slat surfaced also In- slate left-overs and the ap-
are a\fOlded. quality and wife won the consoliation prize as
I i thicknesses proved as read.Newcomer. '
;, .. surfaced shingles. is assured. usual.A 4
}k; but only one quality belt. Guaranteed were then introduced. .
\0 Besides CERTAIN-TEED Paint Is dance and Washington party will
f ye , t, 10 or 13 yeas, according Department Commander Lowe and, .,00000'040000 0 . . i '
guaranteed to satisfaction. Instead be given at the Lake Shore Club

Rive 0. .00,00000 .
Missouri :
but wAS wife from
"' ey.' to thickness ((1, 2 or I ply), of the were i
e' outlive the period of guarantee. painter's guarantee you Commander Lowe made an interestingtalk. Thursday evening. 0 WE SELL, 0 4 WE BUTa So i
have the guarantee of a business which hereon Judge Decker has a five-pound tur- .
Said he and his wife were
.' The long life of CERTAIN-TEED has become the largest!: of its kind In their nip in hill window raised by Robert E. 0 0 : t
,, :n , ''Is due to its quality and the saturationof the world because it makes and sells golden wedding trip. Iowa. Lee of St. Cloud,. HAY .
special blend of soft asphalts good !goods at the lowest possible I Comrade H. N. Aldrirh from A mass meeting was held Tuesday 0' .0 A HIDES ., !!
made a short talk. Said he was gladto 'V. ,. J
from with all of
i.: lift soft, and prevented drying price and backs them afternoon in the G. A. R. Hall. Mr. GRAIN ,
have the of being in the '
',; I L: out* by a coating of Jktnftr asphalts. its enormous resources I Wonder City.pleasure F. F. H. Pope presided. At which time FURS:1, ..;:

M." Comrade Smith was then introduced the good of the order was,discussed, s FERTILIZERS e WOOL .

,II' 'IfyousreboMlne.ernsed mew II ran p.lnl It wfll pay too to but was too bashful to. say any- and Capt. Frost, Ed.., Ely and Sam 0 SHINGLES 0 0 ,
tool.h will to invesn- are 0 WIAIN-TKED. Il
pay you you Brammar were elected to see about
.( ..a&e OEHTAIN-TxxD: : : : b.fon jIl employ B painter. .Insist.Ior.... thing.! ,AND .
.. dect4\D.noon sny'ype 01 rool. .wn good Be well ne TOare..that The W. C. T. U, had.charge of the good roads. Those elected on finance ORANGE BOXES. 0
.. 5 :: -.. hr Ai!bJ''dealers.vsrywbsre.. ,lie we OKKTA1M-HLD.. social program.. committee were Naylor and 111 man of . \ 'ALL

Song, by choir-We Must Vote For St. Cloud and Mr. Krause of Narcoossee. ORANGE WRAPS .... "
i CERTAIN-TEED PRODUCTS CORPORATION Prohibition. Dr. Pope'was' continued. as chair PO ; '; ,- 'j COuNTRY .

Recitation by Aline Moore-Smoke, I man of mass meeting. 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 0 0 .
, .a f'n9d.S.rdG.leralReethsMfg.C. .... ........C1Q'"a CelwCe., Smoke, fmoke. Mr, Josh II Ferguson was a busines ,,' 0
., ,' '. of Rum by Pris- caller in Kissimmee on Wednesday.Dr. 0 CRATE NAILS + 4a
.......... Recitation--Kegs ,
'i '5 Ei"y:; ".. r::: cilia. Peckham. and Mrs.; Riddle'' are going: to .' .' .
r '-Iia housekeeping Florida between 00000000000'.0
.. ,..... Readnig-A Man of Intemperate on avenue' 0000000000000000. . +-
L.k.cis,: "s.sess ....... weeldewselde Habits. Poem-Just Ode. Little Drink. 'Eighth and Ninth streets. kind. fI
. Mrs We sel field and garden teed of all .
.- Mrs. 'Ausbaugh her-recitation Mr. and Mrs S. W. Porter | ; ,

'. Certuil teed R' is sold in Khailnlneo by on Tobacco by request.gave I I Lilla Goodrich visited the Orlando 'Wi 'give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties;.
$ Fair on Wednesday. Free in No.,12. '
Solo Miss Jlnaman..Mald of Dundee I delivery eitrlimit"Phone ,.;

OSC'EO. LA'H. RISWAR: :$ COMPAN.a ; gave a second "number' 'on being. ,. ,Mrs.-J.Riggan; II. visited Kirkman the and OrUndo-'Fair Miss Katheen We are county agent'for good fertilizer' Ask tit for circular and pries .. "

encored. .
ODW dne w ,fertilizer*. .. .., '
Recitation Ugly Sam byWUlie day. ,! ,
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......... III.." p'rlaar.alma. Kisslmmee/ can secure a recognized Interstate dipping !
.. "."e" "A. .
vat in which to disinfect tlcky c.ttle'lntended '
for ship. I Fine little suburbs farm home on t

W. B. HARRIS mmt B. O. "411I. AONBW Ow..... rent out of|Florida for stacker and breeder purpose, if Nation's Prayer/very' seen beautiful in the seems Kissim"A 9:45: a. m.-Sunday school Prof. K. high ground; delightful healthful +

... MAX P. MOHITm. ..A.t.Te. -. the proper authorities and the commercial bodies of the roM Valley'Gazette which was writ M. Evans, supt location; convenient to High School
.....M It. ,Morning worship conducted and church; waterworks in house.Bearing .
community will ret busy at once The, offer has been ten by someone so modest In Daytona, 11 a m -
that it is by the pastor. Subject of sermon fruit, fine chicken and fruit
made and what the establishment of such a Tat would just signed "R. H. Won
der if the Halifax Journal Moses( or God's Plan for Building ranch; 6 acres and 2 large' lots east
rlee mean to this section Is recognized by everyone whether knows who Dana writer is.( If so Character. front (2,750; on easy terms; great
Rr Interested in the.cattle industry not. It is Junior Miss Hop- er part like paying rent. This is am
or an opportunity it must be' hard to keep It quilt.Gainesville' 2 p. m.- League, tI
.. which should be grasped at once. It Is up to -- son supt. elegant little home
6 m-8enlor League Miss We can furnish two more nice littlehomes "
Epworth League had p.
everyone. to get busy, and that does not mean in a fewweeks splay
Clarke In same neighborhood at bargain
which was successful and It remembered president. r
f- a month or more but NOW. If there ever was a the golden rule by thanking 7 p. m.-.Evening worship subject prices. ;

agsTArE time in the history of the community when the county those who had made the success. possible jf sermon Judas or the Devil's Plan Three. nice lots and three-room house,

officials,ourcommercial bodies, the citizens as a whole, in the Gainesville Sun giving its for Wrecking Character.s flowing well owned by Pennsylvania
worthy edition a portion of. the Come and worship at the home-like man' who will- sell for' $485.
wanted to show.their,interest in the welfare arid .advancement
PRESSPy.a thanks. This is an example Endeav church. One-fourth cash; balance like pay-.
of Osceola Kissimmee this
Is the
county orers might follow with good results ing rent.
proper time. Not a moment should be wasted with procrastination for it always pays'to be grateful for BETHEL CHAPEL .MISSION COO,acre stock farm on lake; rich bottom .

; the time for'action Is at hand. Will theydo kindnesses shown and say so. land, $12.50 per acre; easy
r Sunday school 10( a, m. terms.
R it? We shall sect! ?
..keri..... Rate Next Sunday both Young People'sand Preaching by pastor 7 p. m.' Subject All kinds .of' Florida! homes and in- '!!; '
One' Copy One Tear ........_.........___...___.....,IZO The importance of this city as a marketing center for Juniors have missionary topics, of the sermon The Indwelling vestments. .
........._-____ ___ .. 1.00 '
,,4. On On. Copy Copy Six Three Months4. Montha ..._?_?_:?-_-..-...-...-.__. ,.111 cattle which are raised on"the. 'open range in Qsoaola also ,th* intermediate societies which Christ. Several Northern properties to exf"

county.has been recognized by Dr., E. Nighbert, headof usually have the Y. P. S. C. E. kind. Prayer meeting on' Wednesday. change for Florida orange groves. '
authorised, For older-grown workers it is the 'evenings 7SO: p. m. Correspondence solicited.
All ,
must /fined bytthowrlter. the tick eradication work In Florida with headquarters all )
respondent .... called for home mission boards of my denomination ,We extend cordial welcome to NELSON REALTY COMPANY.
Rejected matter will not b. returnedlnl. + in Jacksonville. He has had a representative on the what they, are and what they who come and worship in this '

I' -(Entered. in the Poetoffloe at KlMlmmee. Florida aaweond.claas 8 ground who was in KlssinVmee last week,in the person of do. The Juniors have how to get the part of the city.CHRISTIAN. FOR SALE-Lot 6, block 10, in Done-

matter) _, Dr. II. A. Smith. The latter after making his investigation world in your"eye. Seems to us the gans subdivision to N. Kissimmee.
latter subject is the real foundationfor CHURCH Henry James, Brock Sask., Canada.
FEBRUARY 23, 1917 ,,reported favorably to his superiors, with the result Intelligent study of any kind of denomination
,that Dr. Nighbert has suggested Kissimmee as the mission work. In the absence of Rev. Chisholm at
proper place,for the interstate dipping vat,,and has of- Orlando Rev. Walter S. Smith of FOR SALE -Cheap; Waterman outboard ..' "
cattle tick! Indianapolis, Ind., will occupy his pulpit motor 2% horsepower; goodas
Swat the fered every facility compatible with the rules and regulations From now on the convention calen- Inquire 403 Emmett St.
dar in the forenoon service. His subject new. ,
weekly in the Christian Endeavor
of the United States bureau of animal '
Industryto Fla.AUTOMOBILE .
will be "The World With Christ Kissimmce
World until that for
Just about ba.eball'time.. bring this about. It will be necessary however for is passed will appear us, Int.N'ltlntrevent Florid; Left Out. Mr. Smith Is 'sojourning
ROAD MAPS 25e--,
certain things to be done before the?recognition can be State Convention April 1922. ,Are here till June and possibly'longer. lie Pocket size Florida Auto Road Map; ,
"' Time for that straw hat! and getting ready to be there? and his wife are well pleased with the
secured among these I I. that the cattlemen cooperate you Florida climate and still better pleated complete-and newest edition., Otter-

with their county officials In providing:' sufficient vats Something of-splendid variety with the.people. He will feel hon for short time only. On sale at

The prize-winners" are happy. I' ".. at convenient locations tp.the county and maintaining a is that West Palm Beach news has now a ored with a good attendance. Visitors Valley Gazette office. ,10-tt"

iP '4 .. '-' -, 7.y:'. numbers of.lnspectorsto: helpdip; the?cattle::at regular citv union comprising within'its C. E. from abroad are specially invited to OLD PAPERS FOR SALE-lOc aj /

Xl..lmme.-the city of enterprisel, :.-" .' interval.. 'These conditions having been met the bureauof fellowship three churches Christian, all the services thi.congreClltion... a bundle. Good for wrapping purposes , ..
Congregationa and ,Episcopalian, the (Sundayschool'at 9:45: and. preach etc. ,Apply at Valley Gazette
-- I. -
J animal Industry will ;recognize a properly;,. built vat I i
; ing at 11 and 7:15. '
latter only of.Its kind in Florida. ; .
this week. one ,100t(- w
All roads lead to Orlando "
with hi tiis'city ..' interstate dipping Mr Chisholm will 'preachai'usual!
., holding yards an There are two other (white)'city; unIons "" ;
Ir 1 MMH M, MWW HVIHIBVMVWMHHHM. MM. I;' ,V I vat and. will'maintain',a representative In Osceola county ,..those of Tamp, and Jacksonville at the night service., Subject; Remission . WANT to'ak" trade l of"' tome;: kind:

Community Festival-the next attraction. to supervise the "ystematc ,dipping of cattle, on the of Sins. ':">, 'for::,an automobile Address Wm.. K.
Sargent, West Patrick street,
ranges and to ceftify shipments when they have been A new Y. P. directory Just receivedIn FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH general or
i Next year's Fair will be even bigger and better. rules and our department office from the delivery, city. 10tfFOR
disinfected according, to the regulations of the """'-
government. state secretary. Miss Ruth' Coffin, O. B. Falls Pastor, EXCHANGE-My equity in nice*
The visitors were pleazed-they will come again. shows several new societies. It now at 9:45; N. C. Bryan, bungalow in Tampa for farm or-
r r Cattlemen in this vicinity would appreciate a vat of takes three sheets on which to make Supt suburban property near Kissimmee.

Osceola county, the cattleraising section,of Florida t this kind here as they could then dip out their cattle two.this list ,and it formerly took but Competent teachers: and classes Address Box 192 Kissimmee Fla.

for shipment at their vat, turn them back on the range suited to all ages. FOR SALE-6 lots in cultivation,

P L' Dig up those bvd's and don't forget your bathing where the, at home and will not go off condition In the Congregational] News, printed Means!Preaching of Spiritual at 11 Growth.a. m. Subject: flowing well, 6-room house, No. IS

b, .ultv during the seven to,, twelve days intervening between dip- In Atlanta for Southern people of Busy Bees at 2 p. m. Alden Mr. Hoffman street corner house'or Verona. See-
pings and after the second dipping can be loaded direct its denomination is a soarkling para Jr. B. Y. P. U. at 8p.m. LaLonds at write Ed
vraph concerning the New Smyrna C. Sr. B. Y. P. U., 6:45. at Tremont Hotel Tampa,
Into disinfected cars and travel to any part of the United Fla. A .
,' The success of the home merchant means the success free Et work both societies for grown-up Preaching at 7 p. m. Subject: bargain. ', 1 10-3t I.
the conditions
cattle. Under
States tick
7 of the town. as present and chldn Endeavorers having ,b(>ei What Shall We Do In Heaven. LOST-Last Sunday in Kissimmee
cattlemen are permitted to make the first dipping for interstate organized durnler the past few! months Good music a comfortable house ladies gold watch in black bag. Return -

{ Everything was Fair,In this section last week, even shipment here under supervision a state representative This shows what a wide-awak" pas and a cordial welcome awaits you. to Miss Mattie Bandy 25Broadway
the weather. but the stock la moved out as dipped ticky to' and wife can accomplish if they Strangers visitors and tourists especially and get reward.
will for New invited.
;r Smyrna was long considered -
cattle to second dipping at recognized inter-
subject a difficult plan. to get young FOR. SALE-One small iron safe at
Our first County Fair was a "hummer." Watch our State I dipping stations at Jacksonville) Atlanta Montgomery people enthusiastic There are more EPISCOPAL CHURCH, a bargain. State Bank of'Kissim-

'!I econd next I or New Orleans. just such towns and such churches. mee. 10-2t.
scattered all Florida for First Sunday in Lent.
over waiting '
United States bureau of animal industry has at
The FOR SALE-Five-passenger Over-
somebody to go ahead .nd' start Morning prayer and sermon, 11
t Don't pull a prop from the town you live.In ,by spending Its disposal at this time over (600,000 to eooper.te'with things. a.. m. land auto In good shape; will self

your money elsewhere. c county and state officials, cattlemen and all other agencies GRACE A. TOWNSEND. Subject, The Joy of Fasting. cheap. Address P. A. Bowlus, Kissimmee .

"i interested in developing the industry throughout the Interlachen Feb. 19. Evening prayer and address,. 7:30p. Fla.

The best patronized'business'*houses are the ones'..that entire quarantined area of the country, and are in a post-' Adders m. by,Mr.' L. A. Hamilton. GENERAL FARMING Is profitable-

advertise, the local paper. Uonto supervise dipping facilities in every county. MRS. WILLSON'S NEW BOOK Subject My 'Father's Business in Florida. To know Florida's possibilities

throughout Florida Immediately .' ON SEMINOLES OF FLORIDA Lenten service and address on for live stock and poultry

A message from OUR boys along the Rio 'Grande This important matter should be taken up ,at once :Thursday evening 7:30.( raising, dairying fruit and truck '

"W.vt have met the enemy and they are ours." by the trade bodies, the cattlemen and landowners should Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson 'authorof CATHOLIC CHURCH growing. read the Florida .Fanner

be aroused to activity and the importance of a> recog- a number of books' and papens In Saturday Feb. 24th: arid Homeseeker. Six months' trial

z The many complimentary state press notices ..boutm..lmmee nized interstate dipping vat should be placed before the behalf of the Seminoles( has published! Instruction to aspirants"'for{iconflrmation .. subscription 25 cents. Sample copy

and her people are more than appreciated. county commissioners in such a manner ,that this body an Interesting booklet entitled "The'' 3 to 4 p: m.i' :-'-, :t'{ free. Address Florida Farmer and
., Least Known Wilderness of America. ,
s1' 1 '
; rtn I
i I" '
Sunday Feb. 25th ,'
;\,'.; ,:, ,' wilfnot hesitate in providing the vats which are a necessary The work Is dedicated "To who Sunday;school 9 a: m.1.1" if Iii.HomeseekerBox' ,, 860, Jacksonville,

The Five-County Fair being held at Orlando this week' requirement and, make "arrangements';HO maintain feel a thrill of patriotic pride your'lending Mass and sermon,"10 a. m. Fla\\ .'," ',\ 'r.. ''1.\: "va62tf'.. ,

is credit to the, of that gection of a helping hand to the downtrodden "
a : :; Inspectors, as well as comply with''all reasonable requests Explanations of Catholic Faith and
' and oppressed." In this work she 8 DWELLINGS: ,for rent, apply to. M. 1
the state. Worship m.
: made to insure this industry, which will meanestbig Tiller.
gives the history of the Seminoleswho Way of, the Cross 7:30: p. m.
\ thing for not only the cattlemen of Osceola county, inhabit the Everglades, making Monday "26th (
Feb. :
Exchange Clifford Foster holding up the new I FOR RENT-5-room furnished house
says but the community as a whole strong appeal for recognition of their Mass, 7 a. m.
adjutant general's salary is along the line of "Christian rights calling the 'Glades "A Little All welcome to all services. The close in, $4 per week. E. E. Wells

i ,Endeavor." Belgium of Our Own. The needs pastor will take pleasure in giving information Insurance and Real Estate 104
THE FAIR A SUCCESSThe of the ,Seminoles are summarized as about the Catholic Churchto Possief Ave. Phone 242. 7-tf

The subscription list of the Gazette is growing by follows: any who desire to know what i It FOR
"On' hundred thousand acres of the really is. SALE-A five-room bungalow
? leap. and bounds; and the merchants are realizing this Everglades."The on West Vine street deep well,
first Osceola County Fair has come and gone. It windmill and
t fact by the results they are obtaining from their Ida.S livestock industry being their RELIGIO-LITERARY SOCIETYThe tank 3,000 gallons; "I
proved to be a huge success,from every standpoint. It is natural vocation this is not too much shrubbery and ornamental trees; If\
now an assured fact that 'next year another exposition land for their future needs. following is the announcementof buy from owner; save middle man's
President Lupfer, of the Osceola Fair Association: "The national government will glad- the Zion's Religio-Llterary Society commission. A. C. CHAPMAN. '3-tf
will be held on even a much larger seals. For a periodof
for February 24, 1817:
t "The Fair was even more of a success than we anticipated. ly help fence and start these Semin '
." Just "watch us four days thousands of visitors' ; and the home folks as oles in the cattle industry. Subject: Enos. FOR SALE-Well established user
grow. well, had a splendid opportunity to see the wonderful resources "Industrial schools taught by educated Golden Text: I will visit thy brethren cantile business. Other business re-'

of this community in ,a manner as never por Seminoles from Oklahoma, according to their' diligence" in quires owner's time. Box 316 Kis .
Preparations have begun to give our Company B boys keeping my commandments. simmee. '
whereby soil tilling and better home 7tf'
trayed before and from the many compliments that were, .
Central thought: The Lord Is able
a royal welcome on.their return from the useless border making may be learned front-our n wAmerican'
and are yet being received by those in charge of the to preserve His work, and deals with FOR rl
service in which have been for methods. SALE-White Leghorn
patrol they engaged; several settings
splendid undertaking the exhibition wonderful ad- people according to heir faithfulnessMeetings .
was a "With this help Seminoles will develop $1.00. SAM
months.. '' LUPFER. Phone 222.
\ held in the church at Old
vertisement, and without doubt the most elaborate of any into the highest type .Ameri,, I.
I Peghorn each Saturday evening at 52-tf'
.' of the initial fairs of any community. To the thorough can citizens. 6:30: i. m. ,
r ,Kissimmee can get an interstate dipping vat for tlcky organization and systematic handling of details greatly AUTOMOBILE All are kindly invited to attend this TOMATO PLANTS-5,000,000( Livingston .
cattle if the people, and the county officials will get busy service. Globe }
due the success achieved and the community is indebtedto now ready $1.25 per
i .t once, The offer has been tendered. Now is the time the untiring workers who for months have labored FLORIDA ARE IN DEMANDThe M. here. Grown on new land, from
to get busyl REORGANIZED CHURCH best seed; guaranteed free from
diligently on,the project bringing it to a most' successful complete automobile road map Following (Is the announcement of root knot or blight. J. R. Davis' t

conclusion. Osceola county has won new laurels, and of Florida (pocket edition), which is Reorganized Church of Jesus Bartow Fla.
Mr. Consumer patronize your home merchant as the good that will result ultimately to this t section will being ,offered by the Valley Gazette Christ of Latter Day Saints: ,

,l much" .. possible. Mr. Home .Merchant. patronize. your amply repay all who had a hand in the big event. for the small sum of 25c Is finding a Prayer service each Saturday evenIng -- FOR SALE-Fifteen acres In South
-home people- your -home industries- your home printingoffice ready sale, and if you have not got at 7:80 p. m. 'west Kissimmee. Either in a single ,
much possible. f yours better get busy as they will Preaching service each Sunday tractt or''In five-acre lots. W. H. ,
as as
GIVE RESULTS-GET THE PRICE not last any great length of time. morning at 11 a. m. Elder John FUNK Leesbgrg, Fla. 8-8t .
The maps folded in a neat cardboard Bpauldmg will officiate Sunday morn- FOR SALE
If you spend your money out of town and your neighbor cover of a size fitting the coat Inll' February 25th. -50-foot cruising power
', spends his money out of town, and everybody spends Some of the weekly newspapers of the State seem to pocket-about an ordinary envelope Your presence would be very much boat complete outfit, equipped with

1' his money out of town-what' will be the outcome be at sea to find a way in which to raise their subscription size-and when. opened Is 21x29 appreciated., two 15-horsepower engines; draws

Think it overt' Trade' at home! price to $2.00, which is made necessary on accountof inches. It shows all automobile roads 30 inches of water and c.n'be used

: . the Increased cost of publication. The advice this I throughout the entire state the Dixie PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES for both passengers and freight. .

'.,' Don't forget the'Joint meeting of the:' ',Kla lmmee paper can give speaking from experience is to give your I at Highway first glanoe and from any auto it lone road can in pick Florida out- to,Rev.Chosen Harry, made A. Rhodes an eddies.a missionary* at this Price $2,500; cost, when built

y Board of Trade and the Chamber of Commerce which subscribers a $2,00, paper and the public will not hesitate being the latest revised, it certainly church Wednesday night at 8 o'clock 7000. H. G. Warner, Agent,
; to. give the price asked The Gazette has found is something we all should possess, which brimful of information Tampa Fla. j-tf
you was and
held this in the Council Chamber. This
will be
to say the least, and is complete in -.. . . r ,
little trouble In making the increased rate. There Is Inspiration.At ruuuuuMr. -
will also be the annua, session of the first-named organization. every detail. The,map also shows the .
the close of this and
address Mr. L. Mrs. William B. Voorhees t
to and less than
necessity charge get $2.00 a for
? population of incorporated towns for
a of
A. Hamilton of Toronto volunteeredand Roscoe N. Y., are the guests of .
first-class: weekly and if the publisher prints a good, the years of 1910 1900( ( and 1890 with bore personal testimony to the Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Overstreet. ';.

r.t' r Second Florida Infantry clean local paper ,he can*get the price. The publishers the total population for the years value of foreign mission work, having Mrs. Overstreet, and Mr; Voorhees are ',/
Lloyd II
Private Terry Company
mentioned It carries the scale of
have received many compliments on the appearance of made extensive tours of visitation of cousins. .
(Tampa) is the fourth of Florida's gallant guardsmen mires electric lines are indicated separately mission fields where he found i
the Gazette,both from the andthe people and fare great
4, to give up his life in the farcical and useless border press as are all the county seats. work being done. .' ,
> It from our, intentions to throw bouquets at ourselves On the reverse side of the map is a Mr. Rhodes proved himself impressive
t service, which has kept many of our best young men away an' .
yet we desire to mention ..loneabout'here the uncontro- complete Gazeteer of. Florida giving I speaker, and an earnest l ,
from home and business, for several months past such information as banking towns I
vertible FACT that the Kissimmee Valley Gazette is a ;. ,M,
money order postoffices etc.WASHINGTON'S .
The services at this church
blgeer''paper., prints mbre new. line for line than any Sunday
The untimely defth .of Major-General Freci Funston morning will in a measure be a celebration ,
weekly publication in FIoridnd we could say with BIRTHDAYIS of Washington's ti
r It' M serious loss to the .country,.and 'removes V notable equal truthfulness-the ,biggest country weekly in the GENERALLY OBSERVEDWhile Birthday.. .

figure from the army. Rising from the ranks of the whole South. LAYMEN'S MEETING

t1 r national) guard despite obstacles which at times looked , ". there were no special exercises The Laymen's S o'clock meeting

'!impossible for the soldier to overcome he ,became one The first real fighting done by the Second Florida Infantry of a public nature Washington's next Sunday\ afternoon lit the Metho- and ENGINES Wood, BOILERS, SAW MILLS '" ,

of the greatest generals In the army of .the country. on the border fell to'the lot of a corporal and three .Birthday; was generally' observedthroughdut dist Sunday school, rooms will be heavtype.W.rkln... cocomplete line aofrMill. 1
Kissimmee. The
banking conducted by A. S. N eillon. Men and .. .
ti 'The entire nation mourns the death of "Fighting' Fred"Fonston trivates from our own Company B,'and from all ..reports houses and the postofflce were closed boys_cordially invited. Bed lin stockHfor Immediatership.. 'I 1'f

,''whose name will,, go down in history, and all the boys acquitted 'themselves in such 'a% noble manner daring the day,,and "Old Glory"' wav before rent. Oct our'prlceu. and catalogue '..

will'bow their heads In grief when "taps" Is sounded while under,'actual fire as. *to be highly complimented by ed from the tops of many residences Wanted wood-cutters; steady work; MAlSBY t'1 laeing MACHINERY Your orel"r. ,
and business houses In honor of the $1.00 cord. For ,
/;,prey: iU last resting place. ,,1 Albert, H, Blanding, regimental commander. ""Father of Our Country." W. R.per Mellier. Fulford.particulars Fla. write B. Bay .t.. .......... ij... n.

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............o.o.... ... .o... Spring Fabrics at the QualityH. Has Interesting. Annual Meeting

-r- - --
: Weather Report I j O. Brown made 'a business trip 'IT , ,
to Lakeland Monday. ''Th annual meeting of the American '"Leer B. B. Saunders, Pensacola; 3, H; -
Poultry Association of Florida I Wendler, Bulow. Judiciary board: J.
Mrs. J.'J. Daly arrived Monday Tone
was one of thedmportantevents which H. Wendler Leroy Gardner; C.., F. 4rht., Toil druggist'or'dealer''
'1 from Albany. y., to visit her niece 1' oIsoI's Lint TOM" Stuts Tour Urn
Following are daily temperatures Mrs. .J. D. Green of Hartwick N. Y., occurred during the recent Fair period'I'I Dard. Appeals and Grievances! ;:J. H sells you .7?ao'.ent bottle of. Dodwm'a
and precipitations as reported who Is spending the winter in Kissimmee. and which proved to be one of the Wendler, Charles Francis, Allen S. BtUlr nu Celeed. H.. Yn boa Liver' Ton. *. under ray, personal money*
',. Government stationat .Mrs. Daly will remain her fer largest attended and most ImportantIn Hays. Legislation: W. C. Roush Wm. back!; guarantee. that each spoonful will
Kissimmee by fo- the week ending some 'time.Mrs. the history of the organization: Bennett Moore, Harry B. Hoyt Wm. less I DI"S'Wort ,' clean your aluggish liver' better thaw a'
Delegates "were' on hand from every dwards, R. B.' Saunders Executive dose of '...ty calomdVend that it _'.,
4 Thursday February 22 .. C. H. Piano who was taken to section of the state, all of.whom tooka Board for three years Wm. Edwards. .make\ you sick.
Max. Min. Rain Dr. McEwen's hospital in Orlando, for lively interest in the proceedings for the Liven up :your sluggish liver! Feel
: J. P. Entenza. The judges I DodIOJJftr 'Tone Is real 'liver
66' flv. and -cheerful make work
Friday _____72 medical care, passed through a successful I | your a
a and a great many of these were here coming year were named: .J. H.: Wend be and full of ambi medicine. You'll know it next morning;
Saturday .. ___78 41 operation Thursday and hopesare also with splendid exhibits.-the poultry ler Mr. Diph and Mr. Marshall. The BOIL pleasures, But take vigorous jio nasty, dangerous 'because you will' Wake up feeling flnv:
entertained that she will soon regain display made during the Fair next named De- I liver will be working headache
Sunday.87 '68 period meeting place was as calomel because It make you sick and your I
Monday __...85 60 her former health.Mr. 4 being one of the largest and most Land. The report of the treasurer yon may low a day' work.; and' dixcinesa. nonet stomach will be
and Mrs. Eugene .J. Stillwell of comprehensive ever shown in connection , fuond the finances of the associationin Calomel is mercury, or quicksilver sweet and bowels regular.' t!
Tuesday85; 62 Minneapolis, Minn., have been spend with the exposition in Florida. excellent shape Several new members which causes necrosis of the 'bone. Dodaon's Liver Tone Is entirely vegetable
Wednesday86. 64' ing a short time here stopping; at the From the reports that were filed at were added to the roll.. Calomel eraahe into sour bile like therefore harmless" and can'' not
Thursday.84: 65 club house. Mr.Stillwell is presidentof the session( which '",al held in the Th following committee on' resolu dynamite, breaking It -up. -That's when salivate. Give it' to< your children.
the Minneapolis Wholesale' Paper Graystone Hotel the organization I tlon, made Its .report on the death of you feel that awful nausea and cramping.) Millions of people, are using Dodaon'a
.000000..0.0..0.0.. ..... Co., and a prominent sportsman.Mrs. showed wonderful growth during the I Mrs. S. H. Hapersett and C G. Me Liatea to met If you want to .enjoy Liver. Tone Instead of dangerous calomel

W. J. Sears left Tuesday to past year and a great Increase in enthusiasm gargee: J. H. Wendler D. D.. Yards the nicest* gentlest liver and bowel no... Your druggist.will tell :you that-
Fir Insurance. See A. E. Drought Join Congressman Sears in Washington along this important line. way and W.. P. Woodworth. cleansing, you ever.experl nced just take the sale of Calomel is' almost stopped .
spoonful of harmless Dodaoa'a Liver hen
M D. Alexander who has faithfully a entirely
D. C., and to witness the inaugural -
M. Tiller Wen -an Orlando visitor ceremoniesShe was accompanied looked after the important position of -
Wednesday. by her son, Joseph and by John recretary-treasurer of the. .Associa- Splendid Exhibits Made
HART. neatest and
one the most
"i; Shoe Laces for high shoes at Quality Lee, Jr. They will be absent two pr ton.! was complimented with re-elec. The:! exhibits made by the members complete
.1', Store. three weeks. tion. He has worked hard for the --- place. In his line of business in Kissimmee .
Fair were used
association at
of the That the Rest Room is and appreciated
Walter Nelson visited the Orlando Tony Rogero who Is attending Columbia success of not only the organizationitself and will now go even beyond
the. finest made before at any Is the that
Fair Wednesday r College at Lake City, has been but was instrumental in bringing ever proved by fact that to give the public a service second -.
about the fine made at the gathering of this kind, and was under is hour 'of
A. W. Smith made a' business trip employed as instructor in violin in display it occupied nearly every to none anywhere. Graham
". to Qrlando Wednesday. that institution. Tony is a Kissim- Fair just closed. In addition to his the direction of M. D. Alexander of every day; During' the past month Young an expert soda and Cold drink +

II. O. 'Brown and John E. Hartley mee product, and is a graduate of the arduous-duties looking after the many Kissimmee and J. H. Wendler both the names of more than sixty strangers man, who was formerly with .th* ;
little details to make the' showing '
city and county high school. He is a a have been ,registered in the guest Economical Store
pent Sunday In Winter Park. he found time to look after of whom gave their personal attention Drug fn' Tampa.
bright studious and has success, book and large number of temporary -
man a
young has ,,been engaged' and will have
; Mrs. W. J. Taylor returned to ThomS a wide circle of friends who will be the wants of the delegates In''a most to all matters in connection therewith. and permanent residents have enjoyed charge of this important feature of
asville Ga., after a pleasant visit with thorough manner. J. Wendler, of Rows upon rows of wire pens were
pleased to learn. of this advancement., the privileges of the room, coming the Palace In the future.
relatives' here.Welldressed. Bulow. Florida, who was one of the stacked two and three high throughout in to read, rest, wait for trains ,
,, .. 'men wear E. &' W. RESIDENCE OF CAPT. DUNNE fudges of the exhibit, and one of the the large building In order to ac or for friends, or engaging in social
Collars and Shirts. Get 'em at the best posted men.on poultry in the commodate the many birds, .embrace chat. FRIENDSHIP LODGE K., OF P. ,
Quality Store., BADLY DAMAGED BY ,FIRE country, was also on hand, with his Ing such line'doek as Barred Plymouth Since the middle .of January the IN BUST SESSION WEDNESDAYAt

yea ,. ... Mn; G. D. Boone returned 'last .- Fire 'partially.damaged the residence good advice and energy deserving Rocks, the like of which was usefulness of the loom 'ha. been .augmented "
Thursday from ten days' visit with much credit for hi. able work. never seen,.in this section; 11rhBrahllla. 4>y.the,serving of .light' -refreshments Friend-'
,of.Capt and .Mrs. W, L.: Dunne the regular meetln.'t
The election of-of fleersx -the . eghoRnsLaagahansr' wy ,
> association ,
her .and sisters at :Tampa, ; : 'tt> those who desire.therp
: jmother : ,
; ? on"1 Beatfmont street near'.Patr'Ick1;/; for the new year" resulted as andottes, Houdans, Orpingtons'Rhode. ship.Lodge at thaJCflights of Pythias, +
Mr; 'and Mn'. Swope motored down yesterday afternoon and only the good follows: President, E. W. Brown, DeL.nd Island Reds; in fact, everything_ that a feature that will doubtless grow in held Waeln.aclay'DIstat, .-John. ', C.
from Orlando Friday and were the work of the fire department saved a ; secretary-treasurer M. D. Alexander could be imagined in the poultry line. popularity a. It becomes known. Already Schmidt was'given the rank of Esqnira .
guests of, Mr. and )1raA.: M. Story. disastrous conflagration. A defectiveflue Kissimmee; state organizer, The display of came bantamswas more lunches of sandwichesand and Otis Stephens completedthe
coffee have been nerved
LOST-Last Sunday In Kissimmee, is given as the cause. The build .J. H. Wendler Bulow; alternate, S. D. one which deserves special men. to out-of-town cocoa or ,visitors and Individuals Pythian rout. receiving the rank .
{ owned by Mrs. J. T. Fox of Tam of Knight. Three
ladies gold watch in black bag. Return ing Hardaway Orlando; executive board, tion. There< were also exhibits of: or of friends have drop- new application
t to Miss Mattie Bandy 26-. Broadway pa, was badly gutted, the loss being E. W. Brown DeLand, chairman J. geese, duck turkeys, peafowls, shell- ped in for groups an afternoon cup of tea. were received' at the meeting.
," and get reward.Seedgrafted partially covered by insurance occupantsisome The P. Entenza Jacksonville; M. D. Alexander drakes and.pigeons, to say nothing of: It i. generally remarked'br: our
household effects of the CARD OF THANKS
Kissimmee; Charles Francis, the many other Interesting features
transient guests that the Library
avocados often 'bear of which removed by ,
were Interlachen; Wm. Edwards, Zellwood; which made the exhibition one of more -
IlI1all. is excellent Two
second year; .three varieties; stand willing volunteers, were slightly damaged though an one. The 'officers and directors of tb.Osceola
C. F. Ward, Winter Park; W. P. than passing interest to not only laymen \kind friends have donated *
More cold than orange. Write J. B. while many articles remaining twenty- FairA..oclatlon wish
Woodworth Gulfport; H. J, Davis, but poultry enthusiasts as welL County .
three book. and fine
Beach, West Palm Beach for free fn the building-, were. practically ruin I recently a new to thank the members of the various
booklet. 7tf ed. Standard Dictionary, unabridged, anda ,
committees whose untiring effort
cabbage, and expects to harvest about set of volumes of the International
TO HAVE A BIG twenty
Capt. Dunne at home when the ORLANDO
Herbert Tate of Tampa, representing was $700 or $800 more. In addition to this Encyclopedia have been add contributed largely to the successof
the Cameron & Co. blaze on the roof was discovered. He the First Annual Fair. W feet
Barkley spent the sheriff haa bought from SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVALThe *
crops ed to the shelves. If have Interesting
made heroic effort to extinguish the you any
3 a few days in the city this week on a others, direct from the field, paying books of fiction that some recognition is also due to
business' connected with the firm he flames, but suddenly there was an ors essaysthat the many citizens of Osceola county,
+ $2.50 a crate. \\iTo show the activity Orlando Spring Musical Festival you no longer care for why not
outburst of fire enveloping the kitchen .
who freely to the
represents. roof spreading to the main part of along this line it can be said that the greatest event of its kind in pass them onT The patrons of the library responded so appeal
Mrs H. Lightsey Bartow and her I Mr. had for exhibits Such loyalty assure
Ingram one shipment ready and the librarian will be to
the housa. The alarm was turned i:iby the history of the state will beheld glad .
I '. continued success. S. L. LUPFER,'
guests, Mrs W B. Summerall of Atlanta for market and this has changed receive them.EXPERT .
E. G. Vans Airncw the deoartmentrespondnlfr
in Orlando March 6th and 7thwhen President.
) Ga., were in Klssimmee last hands four different times before
and the
week visiting:; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bron- quickly, assistance leaving Kiesimmee. three Metropolitan Opera stars will SODA WATER MAN ,
of many willing workeis say'd LeRoy: lesley has returned to Col-
and the fair
son attending : the adjoining buildings.from igniting. be heard in concert. NOW AT PALACE FOUNTAINThe umbla College after spending sometime
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Flint of Providence SUPREME COURT TO DECIDE ,
One of these .Is Anna Fitziu celebrated her with his parents.Ta .- .
R. I.,' who are touring Florida, ..MUCH DISCUSSED ROAD CASE on, two continents as a dramatic Palace Drugstore Otis M. a
arrived from St. Petersburg, and BIG SHIPMENTS OF CABBAGE She is a leading mem- .
pent several hours here looking about The controversy between taxpayersof ber of soprano.the Metropolitan Opera Com the Steven.rush Incident manager to getting the warm ready weather for ......... rrttet. Nt Anset TIM ...
ARE LEAVING THIS SECTIONThe Became o fta taate Md t.zatlee..etrAIM
the city Wednesday. I tht county and the Commissioners j>any of New York, and spent yean is making some changes and improvements viva aaoYoouurnssi.h.tGth..di..rr.
t, Kool Klothes for Xlassy Men. Ask abroad,, where she.became the 0.1-'_ a.d IIoee M..nww... .s
in, regard to the contract let for the recognifed in the.cold drink department
... ....._ ...
riuia. l > &; the
the of cabbage from this American Y-e s.e
shipment artsit.
Quality Store. _, St. Cloud roadway, will now be takento premiere For of his pretty place. He has always took tor tkealawaum of s w. OAOYJL saw;
l JI A prominent party from Orlando In section is heavy at this time' 'and the supreme court the appeal having two seasons she was the leading prima had the reputation of having
the city this week were Senator J. E. those who are fortunate enough: to I been prepared. Last week Judge donna at the Royal Opera of Madrid.
Buxton and daughter, Mrs. Wells, Mr. have large crops of this vegetable are Perkins sitting in chambers at De- She will be heard the evening of the . .
and Mrs. Ben Buxton and Mr. and finding a good .market. Sheriff Ingram Land, denied injunction asked for to 6th with Dr. Julian Allen violinist .
Mrs. Wheeler. They are visitors to thei' , one of the hustling farmers of stop the execution of the contract let .Jean Cooper will appear on the aft-
t state from Mlddleton Springs, ,Vt. for Kissimmee, has a large force busily by; the board to the Georgia Engineering ernoon of the 7th with Leopold Go- DR. DeWITT T. LIGHTSEYOSTEOPATH 1
the winter season. enraged in cutting the product from Company, which concern was over dowsky. Miss Cooper I. recognized .
different farms he owns, and during $7,000 higher than the lowest bid sub as the leading' American contralto ,
Rev.. CMsholm will
preach Sunday : .
evening "The Remission of Sins." the week sent off several carloads, to mitted.VIt is understood that In making and Godowsky Is the world. most cele' ., 1 . -" "
on '
the Northern markets. \ < ,y'a"rFrom ; the. appeal' restraining order brated pianist. .. ,;n '
i' lie will truth with "Corner; V1
? > scriptural ) Drug 1 lid
compare Store Moiidnys
a three-acre patch Mr. In of be n Frldnys
,; ome of the current false teachings will be asked for, and that; the case The evening the 7th will given
the subject. He will'some reasons gram has recently cut and shipped in will be tried on its merits, which.will to Mendelssohn' oratorio '"Elijoh,"
upon the neighborhood of 1,000 worth of hundred ..-'
why some people want to repudiate allow) the paving work to proceed. with two

the atonement of Jesus. I
t Mrs: E.: H. Coapman, wife of'E. H. Do You Have '

Coapman, vice president and general
manager of the Southern Railway, arrived -
here from Washington' D. C., JAUNDICE?

last Sunday: In Mr. Coalman's privatecar
for several. days' visit with their USB

aunt and uncle.. Mr.; and Mrs. G. H. ., t
Newhouse. -a.: V TONIC PILLS
'!' I. R. C. Slighi; who arrived last Friday . -' ..'S' REGULATOR, ,.

and is spending the week here on .....
business, has a four hundred-acre subs WASHINGTON. MEDICINE COMPANY'
... division two miles north of town,
',",' platted in ten-acre tracts, eight of , , ,' Hibbs Bid*., Washington D. C. '.
which \..: :,
are already sold and Improve- "I
ments under way. Mr. Sligh conte.niplatea "j'' :: .:' THE UNIVSRSALLCAR ;'I ::' In Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 R Ri
: \ 1' ,:" ,
V Kissimmee his '"
making per. 'h( .. ". ''.:
{{ manent home. "2 ",,'.', .:< r
'Id 7.1 ,\ .
,:' -.- ... .- ... -- :. -- ... .-- ...
s -
;. H. T. Layton of Liberal, Kansas; W. < I 'V. 6- U- vu ...-
i-' T. Fuller of Litchfield, 111., and Christopher
; Davis, of Grove City Ohio whoa A
'. ' are regular winter visitors in Kissimmee 320,817 I
"y r have the distinction of being over ; Beginning March 1st sl
', ::' eighty years old and are as hale and *
hearty as boys.' They are inveterate > l
\" fishermen and are quite successful in flue Keen .built and actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, I 1916.QTKelg ., T
hooking the members of' the finny the Shoe Department of this
G tribe. | f [ figure*-320,817-represent the actual number of cars manufactured ,

-(' their J. A.son Whitehair, Ira Whitehair and wife, and of Kansas wife of, by us since August 1 1st, 1916. and delivered by our agents -to 'retail buyers. Store will be placed on a .Y

Haven and J. L. Ross of Eagle -
6Winter, Lake were. pleasant party- motoring This unusual n and winter demand for Ford' tears makes i it necessary': for ,1

,: f' Kissimmee Whitehair for.was the here day Wednesday to inspect us to confine the' distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders Strictly Cash Basis

acreage property; he' owns in Fowler for immediate delivery to retail customers rather than to permit any agent V ,
t:, Park. His son is the genial proprie-
.' : .tor of the Palm.Hotel in Winter Hav V. to stock cars: in anticipation of later spring sales.

''. .', en.Sheriff'Marvel Whitehurst of Pinel- V 'We are issuing .this notice, to intending, buyers that they may protcet themselves -, owing to the advance in prices of

't, las county was a visitor .to the city
last; week the guest of Sheriff Ingram, against delay'or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, leather and'other legitimate reaSons -

was coming an here appreciated on official caller the Gay He- you are planning to purchase a Ford car.: we.advise'you to place your order ,

f .; zette office, and renewed his acquaint- \ and take delivery now. .. ] which make this necessary' -
w, r +1 ance with the editor, both having '
,e ., served as "printer's devil" In the of Immediate orders will have prompt attention. "
d.flee of the old Tampa Journal .about
twenty-five years ago.! We respectfully ask all our
Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several! months.
it, ,. George Helms, accompanied by his '
mother Mrs. Helm in Kissim patrons t 0 please settle
mee Tuesday from Winter Park call Enter your order today for :immediate delivery"with' our authorized Ford

ing on'freinds. They are spending agent listed below and don't be'disappointed later on. -0 back accountsbyMarch'1, ti
the ,winter season in this section of e '
the state.' Mr. .Helm ''is Harvard PRICKS' I ' !, 1917forwhlch our thanks '* 3
M student and is gathering data on the J"J extended
Runabouts $145. in advance.
Seminoles, which be Intend. to use in Detroitff / Vrt.OLO . are -
iCoupelet B05-Town ? r r0..
", debate that atHarvard II
a subject
on . Sedan,|4<5. f.'o., b. :tIV
within a"short time. "

Mr. and Mrs;, S. S. Griffin have returned '

.. "' they went from upwards West Palm of a Beach week ago where in UPPER: & PR A THER ka IV H. C. STANFORD COMPANY

a:;I :fin's response borther-in-law. to a message Mr.that"Mr.Franklin Grif ,

;, Sheen was dangerously ilL They t
made the trip by motor. 'Their friends .. .. '" liR 1i&Lle'Slaoe Dealer of OsceoU Couty." vIf '

., will be glad to learn that Mr. Sheen's 'I''i It J,
,n t4. ,' condition is much impioved-Orlapdo, V
.Reporter-Star* d use
, ,
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a. i . ". , ,". ., "- ..' '""' -, :- 'l\( ;\i" ;- sly" ,"'1<,; ,,,. M""tn'! b!.". .ya.t3." .: :''J,.., ",,,,,.1_"..:1w4 ,'S, f""-.,. $3t&K.js&' s'fcSSa ? V% '



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Bested cities now. What we need is
of Address of Gov. Catts
Synopsis' men who will get them forty acres of .
land pull off their coats, and go to '
at Recent Osceola County Fair work to build home And should
they not be able to ,buy the land the CLOSING our'SALE! '
moneyed men of the) community should M
1.- Florida lend It to them Senator C. A. Carson -
Governor's day at the product which receives careful ," he said turning to the presidentof .
.. County Fair was attended by hundreds development the children. He laid! the State hank, "and other bankers
"A far'greater problem than that of
of the should them
who gathered in the grandstand to raising 'of groves or of herd. i I. the by lending country money at encourage a low rate and Beginning Fel.14, and Lasting Uutil Closed Out.
greet the state's chief executive: and problem of child development,' and long time that John may be able to
ta listen to his address.H Florida can raise more children to the find a Mary who> i i. willing to face I Everything Sold at "
square inch than any other state on the of Then f
was accompanied to'th. box 1 pioneering.
earth. He referred to the exercisesof
will land cleared houses
where he spoke by CongressmanLewis the morning when fully a thousand you built.. see will few, head of ,
gather "
They a
member of his military Cost .
O'Bryan, a school children marched in procession Wholesale
stock, will raise will build
: and committee of crops
staff by a'
: past the chief executive In very touchIng barns will rear families. Then will
prominent men among whom w re and said, fTh children are God's ;
when the state will
begin an era >>
; Hon. H. produce
Senator C. A. Carson Clay
I I greatest heritage. He pictured the foodstud's.. ,
Stanford C. W. Griffin, E. L. Lesley desolation of a home without children its; I ((' I II
C. S. Acre S. L. Lupfer; C. W. Ward and urged that they have a right to be "Paper Sack Age" |f I Wh'oleaale/price. 'hare advanced from,.20 to 50 percent since these goods were bought.
and Attroney Pledger. Mrs O'Bryanand developed into men and women worthyto "The trouble/' he said, "i* that thisIs This in all
is opportunity in life time. You will find High Class Merchandise :
Miss Lawler were 'also of the I' do the work of this great state. an age' of living' out of paper sacks.. an once a

'party. Opportunities of Youth Today So indispensable has the paper sack lines, such as Men's, Women's, Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes, Men's. and Boy's
Introduced by President Lupfrr
become that I almost feel like takingoff
S. L. Lupfer president of the Fair' IIe' referred to the opportunities of my hat to it. Something I la wantedto Hats, Underwear for Everybody, Dry Goods and Notions, Clothing for Men and Boys,

Association, introduced the governor, the young people of today,of the con eat and the housewife sends down
Hosiery Collars Dress Shirts: Work Shirts Work Pants. }y
of the ,
saying, briefly, "As president veniences 'and almost luxuries which and buys six kernels of',rice in a paper ,
Fair Association of Osceola county
sack or four'gralns of sugar or some-
surround their school life and then
I for the opportunity, and
am thing in atin can" lie spoke of the
it gives me great pleasure, toIntro- drew a sharp contrast by relating incidents : .
man with the small job and of the difficulty
due to you his excellency"Sidney J. of his schooldays when, the with which the small salary I Is Do ,Not Fail to Take Advantage of these Low Prices

Catts, governor of Florida. "hickory" ruled.Reverting ., made to cover.the paper sack expendi- .
Governor Gets Ovation to the present time he ture, and of the suffering that must .
Deafening applause met the chief strongly commended the work now be- ensue should he lose the job, as a On Today's High Market. "
'executive as he arose in response to ing done in schools in teaching young contrast to the farmer who own a '
the words, and said It was a pleasurefor people the effects on the* system of alcoholic "fat mule four hogs, corn in the crib, "(, t
his to be present at this occasion drinks and of nicotine potatoes in the bank and strawberries Men's, Shoes and Oxfords, worth $6.50 and $7.00, this Sale, $3.98
; and that he would speak for a few moments -
Score the Corporation coming on In the spring and don't owe
on the "Future Development The >, a' $4.50 this Sale, 2.98
governor was strongly applauded I five cents. That man is his own mas- .
; South Florida. He said in part: when in outlining his theory of development -I ter. He' the right kind of a citizen, Ladies'. "
Pumps worth $4.00 this Sale, 3.25 ,
"Florida is the home of Citrus fruits he said: and we need hundreds of them. The ,
and for fifteen or eighteen year we "So long as large portions of this settlement of Florida is in it.'Infan- '
I enjoy the beautiful sunshine and reap state are in the hands of corporations, cy. And should the time come whenwe Muses' and Children Shoe Reduced In Proportion.Men's '
the benefit sot this southern climate no great progress will be made:: Corporations will see little dotting every
then come a* a destroying blight' awave are not spenders, they are section, then we would see true devel- , .
this *
Muslin Underwearworth 50c Sale - -- --**--35"
from the great ice-covered area ; : ,
money goetter.ndit's' your money opment.T: : :: :: _L. "
? "of the north, which with a destroying" they get. He said any,farmer shouldbe ,Thv governor spoke of the ,divisionof Men's, Women and 'Mtsses"ntbbe'it :t) Underwear, 'worth, 50c' ,
'' hand wipes the efforts of years. able to buy any land from here to religious beliefs now existing in the ... ;" ,* '
Toughening ,Process Needed Okeechobee for $10 per acre insteadof state and said that the flag of this nation . > this Safe, -. .; .35
.Continuing, hevsaid: "The problem $25 to $50 as is now the case. And should reign supreme and that '
12, l-2c Domestic this Sale '
which confronts the intelligent ,
grow. he continued:,. "Should the corporations nothing should be I tolerated ''in the "
er is. that of a toughening process. continue' to ask exorbitant state which would bring disrepute to lOc Domestic" this Sale, .. ..' . .08
Boy and colts" he said "require exactly "
prices I should favor legislation which the stars and stripes, and predictedthat
the tame treatment I have would tax their land so high that they 1920 would witness the doom of 25c Nainsook, this. Sqle>, .. ' .. .20
raised four'boys and when I lived on would be glad to give it away" Old Barley Corn; closing his address! '" _.
a farm I-owned twenty brood mares. Back to the Farm with an eloquent word picture of the
1, and I know of what speak when I He urged a back to the farm move- peace and prosperity which would
insist that toughening treatments ment, saying, "We have then in this state.
; ; enough: con reign ,
necessary. They should be made to _
.go through a great deal to strengthentheir F. !!: LAWSON
constitution and the same thing William .
'; .,- is true of Jennings Bryan, Legislators, .

He stated that the method of piling Next to Corner Drug Store*in New River Building Kitsimmee Florida
soil about. the roots, which is prevalent Newspaper Men Return from 'Glades
n in parts of the state, produced a
hot house tree, which'' would suffer
from the first cold blast, and advocated .
keeping the earth,well away from MIAMI Fla., Feb. 22.William the legislators as the guests of the
the trunk almost exposing the roots Jennings Bryan, who arrived here today people of Dade, Broward and Palm *
R. Haddock Jr. of Nassau county, C. bates Every American will' thrill at 'Colonel Carve!,' and his daughter together
to prevent the sap from rising, and with a party of hundred' state Beach counties. -
yl N. C.Bryan these realiistic which the director
A. Roberts of Orange county with her little lover, madean
recommended spring fertilizing Instead legislators newspaper representativesand Among the membres of the Everglades '
A. J Mor- led to so effectively ..ndwhich' impression "
of Osceola county, up upo nevel''one of
other. after of present a
of tour
winter applications. "Ex fy I a three-day party were:
of Polk quicken the action of heart
effort should be made" he stated, "to the Everglades, was one of the State Senators James E. AlexanderOf gan and W. Reid Robson that realizes what any most lasting character."I .
that debate
keep the sap from rising until .spring. principal speakers at a banquet DeLand, W E. Faker of '''Lake county W, G. Tilghman and II.N. S.J. meant to the future of this nation.really. cannot say too much In praise of:
He urged the counties to maintain Wednesday by the Miami Chamberof Geneva, Doyle E. of Tampa, McKenzie of Putnam county the picture and in my mind it has a
demonstration agents to 'assist in' Commerce to the Everglades party. James E., Calkins of Fernandma, Os- Wicker of Sumter county ,Cary A. Mayor J..E. T. Bowden, of Jacksonville great moral, and will tend to alleviate
solving the local problems which confronts Former Governor,W. L. Douglass of car M. Eaton of Lakeland Ion L. Far- Hardee and M. A. Best of Suwannee Fla. praises "The Crisis" be- to a great extent the sectional feelingof
the growers.. : Massachusetts and former Governor ris of Jacksonville J .B. Johnson of county W. T. Cash of Taylor countYi caSe ethe picture is one of the greatest animosity which has so long existed
"Another great wealth of the state," Durban of, Indiana, were also to be Live Oak, John E.' King of Inverness, David Scholtx and H. G. ever made. He saw "The Crisis"at I between North and South. I predict
he said, "is 1 the cattle industry, and it among the guests. State Senator W. W. S.,Middleton of Pomona, J, R.Mc- Volusia county. I the Duval last month and gave the for this picture a wonderful success."
is now only in ita infancy, and so 1,. Hughlett, of Cocoa,, was toast Eachern of Monticello, W. A. M WiI- W. R: Carter, editor of the Jacksonville editor- following interview. "The Crisis". has been brought here
,famed has this section become that I master at the dinner. Name of St. Augustine M. L. Plympton Metropolis; S. Bobo Dean '"I have never witnessed a nicture in by Manager Beall because he believes tj
,y was told on the train coming down In their three days' trip, the legisla- of Lake City, 'Glenn Terrell of of the Miami Metropolis LeBaron W. Hill Per- I my life that I''was so enthused with it will draw capacity business, ,and
that Kisslmmee was called that no tvle party crossed Lake Okeechobee, Webster, and A. S. Wells of' Talla- of tM Miami Herald; D. from start to finish. The 'action in will enable him to secure other big
editor of the Tropics Magazine;
longer; but was now designated as1'Cowsimmee. traversed more than""fc hundred milesof hassee.Representatives. rone 'The Crisis' was without fault and feature.
\ Since arriving here," drainage canals in the Everglades, C. F. Barber of Harry R. Cook publisher of the Pen-editor there is hardly criticism that I
,he continued "I have learned that the and were entertained by the people of Baker county, W. G. Seals and A. S. sacola Journal; Herbert A. Felkel could be made.I any 1
;city is the largest shipping point of the Everglades town of Moore Crews of Bradford county J. S. Smithof of the Tallahassee Record; Frank Any little wound or abrasion of the
Harris editor of the Ocala Banner: was fearful t\1- the beginning of I flesh occurring in cold weather that is
the entire state. Haven Okeelanta and Davie. A ban. : Clay county, W. J. Roebuck of
A. G. Grow, editor of the Homestead the picture that the some would be hot promptly treated becomes a bad
"It is a splendid industry and the quet was given the visitors Tuesday Columbia county J. W. Watson of
and I difficult
price of beefsteak continues to rise. bv the Fort Lauderdale Board of Dade county, Marion B. Jennings and Enterprise; George G. Matthew, edi overdrawn and not represent, true I sore Ballard' Snow* Liniment to heal. when I
In fact so high has, it become that I Trade.Wednesd.y. Telfair Stockton of Duval county tor of the Fort Lauderdale Sentinel; conditions as is the case in "UncleTom' at once ;1
John D. Sherwin editor of the Fort Cabin" but the good and fealtyof such accidents happen. : The wound t
am ashamed to look a cow in the face. the party had a bath James M. Johnson of Escambia county heals and doe .
But,this la only beginning.. The ing party and'shore dinner and saw an E. R. L. Moore of Franklin county Lauderdale Herald.State both South representing the!,North and I with the promptly annoyance soon of a ,band.away.
} range steer must give way for blooded aeroplane exhibition at Miami Beach: W. M. Webb and C. A. Stevens of Representative W. H. Marshall the and is brought out most conspicuously I Price 25c, 60c and $1.00 per botUe.
,' stock and the development continuetill visited a number of Everglades farms Hamilton county, George II. Wilder of Broward county is chairmanof most admirably. The ,Sold by Osceola Pharmacy.The .
Florida shall become here and A.C. Hamblin entertainment committee which character of 'Silas Whipple/ portrayed
the- greatest near were driven over a part of Hillsborough '
ranch on the American continent." of the Tamiami Trail, which. Is to be county B. J. Hamrick of Jefferson has had charge of the arrangementsfor by George Fawcett, was the grandest I '
He caution the raisers to exercisecare the first: cross-styte' road south of county, Alexander H. Williams and the trip."THE picture acting that I have ever 1 Valley Gazette does excellent
in introducing these new breeds, Lato Okeechobee, and were given a John Scruggs of Leon county, J. A. seen. Not only his, but the acting of job printing of all kinds.
saying: "That with these new breeds I reception by Mr. and Mrs. Bryan at Hanson of Lake county; W. J. Epper
would come new diseases which would Villa Serena, their winter home at son of Levy county R. H.. Weaver of CRISIS" TUESDAYAT
t be exceedingly harmful." I Cocoanut Grove. I'I'I Liberty county W. J. Crosby of Mar-

'The, governor spoke ,of another The Everglades tour was made by I ion county James B. Stewart and D.
I The Favorite Store of immee ,


I A great big event in the history of !

Mkt'I : p motion pictures locally .wlil be registered -

on next Tuesday, February 27th FURNITURE? .

when Manager Beall, by'arrangementwith ,
the Big Feature Rights Corpora

t tion of Louisville, will present "The. .
/i iI Crisis,"the sensational picture of the
I -
,.r- hour matinee and night at ,the Cas I
Ip ino.The -WE HAVE IT !

I : 4 film adaptation of Winston
/r c-: Churchill's "The Crisis." which was
produced by Selig under the directionof
Colin Campbell, lures hte describerinto
I 1-: the dangerous channels of super-
latives. In all truth and honesty, la:connection with oar Hardware line we carry a complete

kp < "The Crisis," is a great photoplay pro- Esc of furniture. W* make a specialty of outfitting. homes,,and
duction Small]! wonder that the 'author VandU reliable .
/IIIi11U expressed himself as delightedwith
sn? the visualization of his most euc-;
cesful novel. The book will naturally
'--= Bed Room Furniture
A1111 stimulate interest in the picture but Dining

g ,\ it will not be disproportionate to the Room Suits; !Kitchen Outfits Parlor
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numbers who will read. the, book after

seeing the' picture. Suits Odd '
', The most remarkable thing is that I Chairs, Rockers, .
'/ Mr. Campbell was able to make it a
1\\ ''iijlllll/l'/I"/ twelve-reel productino with all the I Couches, Etc. <

: .iii, power and grip a confirmed picture- I _
goer could desire without sacrificing

r "Yo\i're Looking Better John .. everything some very to the'spectacul.r.impressive spectacularbattle Thereare 'This store i* making a record for itself .in the matter of

-- scenes, but they are not usedas Helping people to outfit Lome Coma and sea Oar prices art ;a.
a support to the main action of. the right. .
L C f and ,I ,believe I'ostum is largely responsible for your sound sleep play. They ,could be left out of the .
reckoning and still "The Crisis" wouldbe
and a great picture. These scenes all '
;c1 ; appearance. glad to see. They are big and'
they thrill which is the very re..on't'or TOOLS fOR I ENGINEERS.r

their presence here. Moreover
they do add to the story which tells ofthe .
Civil War, and the magniflcient N'o matter whit kind of an Engine you have-Gas, Steam,
POSTUM heroism of the Americana it affected. Railroad or Stationary Engine_we hare zactly.tho Tools
1 The ."...riller." which show a horse yon
c need in everyday work Wrench ",
your Hammers
** Oilers
etc ,
; and rider fall down. steep cliff, finds b
the fondest hopes for its startling ..'ail of the' beet quality workmamhip, and at prices that will

i, effect upon the spectator' fully realized. surprise ,oa. This store has the reputation handling ,only
., But w>'are more prepared to say hardware that is of superior quality and ''will l .'.
yon auks .. .
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in place of coffee, relieves :uerves'from harmful effects of, caffeine. picture that It of thrills Abraham more Lincoln than the standing simple take in coming hers NOW and inspecting oar !big stock. ;

PVOf a'short 10-day trial: often 'works a..wonderful> change :in''a, per, before'a window and after receiving .- i ij
word that he ha*.been elected to the
son. 'p', presidency, lifting his eye and' hands '
in an appeal for guidance in discharging
J r the great responsibility will Osceola'' Hardware
.:, /Therms' a. Reason''? II soon assume. Ire' (I''/1 Company

G Other stirring instances" 'can be j
1'I'I .rotated out. There are many, 'among) )) '- ..I. 1,1iIicHT ,
v. them! pekag the.Un IDuela'$de, t

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Thursday Dpcninr Session "rises to real eloquence, and is. filled notable works "
: on a man ASHLEY ROPPS
8 p. m<-Words': of welcome, Imeal with kindly' counsel.. No ...
,' man or Of national reputation and is recog- : Stoma.
Citizen. 'woman can sit through her lecture Iud as one of the most forceful and :Ashley Ropps, whose .brIWantr-ea.
8:30 "Rejuvenation, three +
a act:comedy p. drama by Warner Hard without b'i ing filled with genuine' enithuslasm practical speakers before the Amerl.can.pubUe reer was forecasted by the late Mme. .
Her startling revelations today.. His writings are Jordlcay with',the
ing:, staged by William Owen theShakespearean followed-by thousands of business and great diva in' Province, in Rossini's
etar, the Wales Dra: !
professional throughout the "Stabat Mater" ,
matic''' a few'years ago, has,
country, and the demand for his lee- by.persistency, hard work and broad
tunes before great conventions, cham. .experience, coupled With, a 'voice of ,
Friday-Community Day hers of 2:45 p. m<-Tli Castle Square''Entertainers Yt .. chautauquas, college and. high school t Orank among America's foremost
America's, foremost 'male'' artists. Mr. Rop>., althoughborn-in
quartet of singers, instrumentalistsand illinois and reared to young manhood
humorists. bt Iowa har Jived in many of our ,
3:45, p. m.-Commercial Address. large cities, having been a resident of One Dose of Marl's"Wonderful Rw- t
Ben Vardaman. New'York about ten years., "He always -
7:30 p. m.-The Castle Square Entertainers A I brings a vital message and delivers edy Drive Them Out-.Ends Tort;;:.
Messrs. Conrad, Schmidt, it in an unmistakable and forceful Stomach poisons breed millions of
Collins,.Dolen. manner!' terms that eat Into YOllr vitals, causing -
8:30 p. m.-The Great Community TiTrr Gas Pressure Indigestion, Constpation. !-,,
Building'' Address, "A New Patriot CHARLES DUANE[ ROBERTS Torpid Liver, Auto- nto lea.
Ism-The Man Behind the Commun. j $ i Lion, Yellow Jaundice, Gall Stones,j
Ity," Ben R. Vardaman ,president'. All who appreciate refined humor, Appendicitis, Cancer and Ulcers of the
'" Merchants Trade Journal and National 1 a skillful blending of crisp Stomach and Intestines, etc;;,'r etc! ,
) Association of Better.,I Thousands '
Community. fine art and rapid action will be delighted of sufferers hay. been restored
ment. by Mayrs Wonderful Remedy,
with any of the crayon recitals
of Charles Duane among them Justice of the Supreme
Roberts cartoonist
Saturday Woman's Day ..' humorist Court, Congressmen Doctors Lawyers *
2:45: p. m.-Grand Concert The New V'V 9 3t He has a pleasing impersonator way of- (interpreting I Bankers Ministers, Nurses,.
'York Trio and Betty Booker, Ashley some of the masterpieces of great Farmers Mechanics :t" persons of
'. Ropps, baritone; Lucile Collette, violinist >]' artists and authors by readings impersonations every class-probably' your" 'own""
; John Rebarer pianist: Betty and. stories effectively neighbors. Stomach troubles are duelmostly
Booker soprano of the Roayl Opera, illustrated aOllp.with his rapidly' to catarrhal poison. May?'.'
Convent Garden London. Wonderful Remedy removes that poison ' i..
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3:45: p. m_Miss Susanna Cocroft thoroughly cleanses the system,
I' the Physical benefactor of 100,000 I drives out the disease breeding germs,'
American" Women In "The Woman' c allays inflammation and ends suffer-i
Worth While." a marvelous lecture for I .. ing.' Unlike any other remedy.- No,
both men and women. (After the lecture o .. alcohol-nothing to Injure you. One,
the gentlemen will withdraw, and Signor Doti. Director''' Venetian Orchestra ... < dose convinces. FREE book on Stomach ,
the ladies given the privilege of questioning. : ,Ailments. Write, Geo. H. Mayr,;
...Mica Cocroft.) i tii'e Mfg. Chemist, Chicago or obtain abottievef'Mayr's
8 p. .m.-Grand Full Concert The are all picked artists from the several 'Wonderful Remedy ...
.New York Trio and Betty Booker. bands and orchestras*over""which Mr. i from J. Z*. Roberaon or any .rellable:
druggist, who will return your monel'.if
Monday-Closing Day ' I Doti! has wielded the baton, in. this it fails.

B p. m.-Grand Full Concert by the' country and abroad. Miss Cocroft. / T .. .. ,.-\
'Royal Venetian Orchestra' under direction The orchestra Is finely balanced and I ?
s of Paul R. Dot), the celebrated'' the instrumentation is perfect. Under and her clear demonstrations of facts 1s of entertainers' and-'fat but not'Jeaat.' .;
'young band mailer.. the skillful leadership of this remarkable a quartette of humorists.
laid before her audience in.a cultured r
7:45 p. m.-Chai. D. Robert., the young director, the orchestra has are "'-Jj '. ?, This company has received the very;
celebrated cartoonist and houmorist. In won distinction in American .musical and refined manner, The ,lecture Ben E. Vardaman highest praise and commendation:
.Making the World Laugh.1 .circles. is prepared for the mixed and .from committee* from different sections -
9 p. m.-Grand Closing Concert the Youth has frequently proven its cultured audience, and'; no man or graduating'classes, Y. M. C.< A.. and
Royal Venetian,,Orchestra,-with Paul mastership and so it is with Dotl. He woman realizing that the Creator's lyceum courses, is so great'that his
R. Doti director. is a. born leader of musician., with greatest handiwork is shown in the available time is often engaged a yearor
Season Tickets $2 for adults; Jl for the artistic temperament fully devel- creation of woman, should fail to hear more in advance.
Chaa. D. oberta-
children oped. His remarkable control over Miss Cocroft. Every man has his --'- ,
Single admission. : 35e for adults his musicians is noticeable to the ex ideal in woman; ery woman has her DEny,BOOKERBetty drawn picture., a few of which' .are
20c for children. treme. He is at,wonderful player of ideal in her own sex. Does it not behoove a done in color. d
the saxaphone and other reed ru- both, and is it not worth while Booker, soprano, 1' a Virginia He promotes'good cheer by creating
DOTI AND HIS ROYAL VENETIAN ments. One of the features off/his to hear the,views of this farfamedwomanone'wh girl J and possesses one:' of the' best laughter. Optimism;'hope and beau
knows through actual ty are his trinity of objectives, and,
ORCHESTRA program is a solo by himself.
.' experience one who has saved voices! that the' Southland has 'never best of all, he make. us forget, for a
Everybody loves a nne orchestra THE'WOMAN WORTH WHILE the lives of thousands of woman,.and produced. Her reputation Is as,great time at least the cares and anxieties
when composed of artists of the truest made perfect women out of thousands abroad asit is here; for three years of this. workaday world. His enter .
type it becomes aIn the rarest of musical This is a marvelous talk on a'much of physical wrecks. she was a member of the Royal Opera tainment .is "worth while" ,in every
treats. higher plane than beauty a Iture. Although Covent Garden, London; she is one of way.
presenting Paul JR. Doti, the famous Miss Cocroft speaks of the BEN R. VARDAMANBen the few American girls to have the ":.
young bandmaster and musical director many things that go to make up the honor of singing at Sandringham Pal Castle Gard-Entertafnen;; >
with his celebrated Royal Venetian physically perfect woman she reachesout R. Vardaman prseldent' the ace.-In New Miss Bookeris This organization: has a reputationof of the United States and Can'"
Orchestra we are confident that to the even loftier things in provo National Community Betterment Association a favorite 'York.Citr'and social circles twelve years' standing and comprises ada. They render their vocal quartette -'-
'we are presenting to the' public the ing her ideal of' the woman worth ; associate editor of the Mer- as well for her personal beauty an excellent vocal quartette a and instrumental selections in' ,I'
-very finest of musical talent I while. This lecture,which is largdy: chants Trade ,Journal the world's and charm as for her beautiful gift of cornet quartette a violin quartette,I. manner that pleases the most critical : ,' I
The musicians of this organization an intimate talk,with her auditors, greatest business magazine; author.of song. and four-piece orchestra, a quartette audiences,
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.MARCa 1st TO 5th 1917 ,> 4m e

A Season of Inspiration and Wholesome Entertainment

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.1'. .", '" Presenting n program of Eloquent and Celebrated Speakers Company -
Vl,:;: ""'T; : of Dramatic Stars, Gorgeous Music and, Delightful Entertainers. ., ', f

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THE. WALES PLAYERS, in "REJUVENATION! ," By Warner Harding, author:, of "Graft.. ''' .

.. BEN.. R. 'VARDAl\J-ANEditor: l\Jerchant--Trade--Journal. 'arid fNa.tiona.1.Comm.unity: .Association., '

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SQUARE America's Quartet.V ,

; SUSANNA! COCROFT noted Physical Cvlturist .
''..: ;;!;. the Woman, .: .I' > ,, "

'THE NEW YOPuK AR.TIST 'TRIO A BETTIE: BOOKER, Internationally Famous Musical i l Artists. i{

;I ; THE ,ROYAL- .VENETIAN ,ORCHESTRA. a:' Superb Company of Italian 'Musicians. ..... 4

.. V!'j)' CHAS.: D. ROBERTS, the well. known'. Cartoonist and Entertainer- ..' ,


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Banned In Paris, ';Ev ;nin g Gowns McCALL BOOK OF FASHIONSMC.gpM.jnN. .--


AREA EST. FOR ALL CROPS More fortunate than the Parlstenn been strongly patronized in fashionable A CHanrlng and o + :
' who It not allowed to wear evening, circles, .mart euib.of silk satin Authentic fi'\;" "
SPECIAL FORMULAS FOR gowns aloe the French governmen or velvet, with dainty blouses' of net Presentation of the =."
or Georgette to match have, been Smartest t
CITRUS 'CROPS, POTATOES, BEANS, PEAS, has put a ban on them the.women ofNew much in evidence. The blouses"are 1 Smartest ,
York have had
countless occasions mostly in Rusalan 'effect with longpeplums Spring Fashions,
CORN, TOMATOES. to revel in evening-gown thi falling over the skirt. One. Fabrics and 'I
scone Aside from the opera and piece dresses of velvet'or Georgette Trimmings. ..
' Write for price list on all brands Agricultural Chemicals. theatres, there have been balls and worn with fur coats or capes, are also
dances without number, many ofthsm these afternoon ExquisiteEmbroidery
Insecticides Materials Etc. worn at dances. And
given in the name of charity speaking of furs, such are the inconsistencies II'
'BEST MAINE SEED POTATOES The glitter of /gold and the brightness of fashion that furs and Designs.
of ailver in the rich tissue cloths
arriving prices and the best. and metallic laces straw hats. are often seen together! Attractive and
are daily-get our get have been very con Lingerie Blouse
We sell die HAINES FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTOR for distributing spicuouss at evening gatherings., The lingerie blouse of line white. Economical_ tar 9ugguflora >

' in rows or broadcasting. Excellent for all Fertilizer;Lime Ashy Sparkling aequineand &gorgeous.brocaded voile and handkerchief linen begins to Dainty Lingerie.
silks have also added to the
general make its This is one of .
and soft Ph pphate. effect of splendor which the ball. appearance. '
the signs spring I. 'on its wnvThe BOOK Of
USE SCHNARR'S INSECTICIDE I room of todayp resents.It blouses this season are trimmed
on your citrus trees for sure results., Manufactured by J.: Schnarr: is interesting' to note the diver with deep filet lace or fine Irish crochet ? FASHIONSPrice J -
city of styles, color and materials
Others have fine tuck.
lit Co.. Orlando, our subsidiary. seen. Diaphanous tulles nets and drawn 'work. The drawn very work edges or o 2bcby( mall -if

chiffons, lustrous chiffon velvets and collars and cuffs, or else outlines motifs 85c); Canadian price
THE:' INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER COMPANY supple satin and'silks are accorded! in the front of the,waist, and hand SOc (iby mail 40c). t 110.-,,
equal favor. Bright colors have been embroidery is often Introduced alongwith including a FREE
' JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA brought more .into prominence this it. The filet lace is -sometimes PATTERN C O UPON '
season than ever before, though white inserted .with embroidery in overandover good for 15c
, .... . ..... .. ... ... .... oo..o ... .o .. stitch' along the edges Filet- toward the put chase:

-- lace bids fair to ba very popular. It of any McCall Pat

.. ............ . ........ .. ... ... . ...00..0. Is combined with[ embroidered net in tern.
dainty white collars and fichus. to ,..7640 NOW ON SALE ,
wear. with 'afternoon' dresses.

Cold Storage for, Fresh Meats F Will Eton Effects Be Popular A.iS.? I .
There is an indication that bolero .
and Eton effects will come in again Kiuimmee, Florida

'' tat with warmer weather tosm rt costume
"v Storage Ratet Beginning December : t .
for the south wat mad, In this _._ ,
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:. Storage: on all Meats, ,1-2 tent pound, Fifteen Day... ar StyJe.) It.bad a jacket t>< deep blue, : : " u .
vm*. Curing. .. ..Pork%ft. .ready. , for.smoking,, .1 1-2e.per, ; pound, I ,1 1" sofa velour; 'The 'collar 'was high and Southern Ruralist* and. Gazette .. .
Twenty Day. efi the closing, at the fide White silk .1

< : Curing and Smoking, 2c .per.pound., .,. braid about one-inSh; wide outlined thel.cket Great.Subscription, Club Bargain
and rows made the deep ,
girdle! which topped the white silk a ,,

i' ;'. ,Bring. ..jut_ your.hog{ they' are killed.- We. will., dp .klrt,,worn' with it. I In' order to give the public the best' further Introduction.: The wall chart'Is '
-- the rest.. LIFT YOUR CORNS at all times the Gazette has entered I. new 'work, 'which consists of three "

'OFF WITH FINGERS Into an arrangement with the Southern I double sheets, 28x86. inches in size, "
Ruralist, one of the best farming bound together at the top by an enameled -

i : KISSIMMEE ICE & COLD STORAGE ''CO. Tells. How to Loeeen Tender Corn periodical.'In the South, whereby I ing. strip The with front metal sheet loops has a for..plendicl'mar hang

or Callus So It Lifts Out bargain subscription plan is offered at of the world, beautifully colored '
. >oJ' Without Pain[ a rate which will appeal to all. In addition II : varnished, showing the steamer
..,. ... .......aa6P00a06.0466.. .o..t..oo..oo. those who take advantage of the routes with distances between ports..
You recklesmen" and women who offer will :be presented with a new I Around the margin.arehe Rap of air
are pestered with corns and who haveat ''nations, den areas in square miles
................... ... .... ........... ......... least once a week invited an awful Geographical Encyclopedia Wall and population of each country. On
death from lockjaw or blood poison Chart, which in itself U 'a thing of reverse side, illustrations of the Pan-
WE HAVE SOME GOOD BUYS, ire1''now told by a Cincinnati authority beauty, and cannot be bought anywhere ama Canal with complete statistics, .--
tor less than $1.60. data, etc. On the next sheet is ,
to use a drug called freezone, which a large-
" Fine home on the Dixie Highway, modern house, bath Hot and I the momenta few drops are appliedto In other words for the small sum of and comprehensive map of your state,
I cold Water, small bearing grove, fine garden. A good buy and a any'' corn or callus the soreness is $2.75 for Gazette a year's subscription to the showing each county colored separately ,
Valley will 'receive
* bargain. '' relieved and the'entire you your railroads and distances congress -
y or home paper for that period, as well as lonal and senatorial districts,
Forty-acre farm, excellent land, all.fenced: .and part in cultiva- fingers.callus, root and all; lifts off with the the great farming journal, which Is Aruond the margins are portraits or
lion i small house, barn and about one hundred small trees rnce dries the moment printed twice a month, tor three all the Governors of the State and
' only I.20Q; terms. Rose Taffeta Evening Gown in.Harem Freezone it is applied years, also the wall chart:. Each one when each served. On the reverse
Style and s'imply shrivels the corn or of these alone is worth the price asked side |J. to le> found a Gace-
A number of city lots, beautifully situated, high and dry at a callus without complete
: inflaming or even irritating for the excellent: combination. The teer of the state, with the last census,.
f low price and on monthly, payments.. ,Come in and talk it i over. and the pastel shades are much .. in the surrounding tissue or Gazette' subscription is $2.00 per The third sheet contains a good colored ".
/ use, offering decided contrast to the kin. A small bottle of freezone will year the Southern Ruralist $1.60' for map of the United States, also a
M. G. KIBBE,I & CO.. deep rose,' ruby red, cost very little at any of the drugstores three-years, and the Geographical En Standard Parcel Post map of the
Chicago. Kiisimmee. Orange Center. bright, green and Chinese blue in but will positively rid one'a. cyclopedia Wall Chart is retailed at United States with full parcel post In.. ,;, ,
afvor. feet of every hard or' soft corn or $1.60 which goes to show what a bargain formation, laws, regulations, etc., also y.
.. .. . . -t........... to 00. to....0.0.....oo..h....... Evening Drees in Harem Style, hardened callus.. It ,.our''druggisi is offered at this -time-arid if populaton o f the prnclpal ctes of the >
Of the many and diverse styles in hasn't any freezone he can get it at you take advantage of the new offer Unted States. The whole work giving
- evening gowns one of the most popu any.wholesale drug; house for you. you'will get all for the little sum of I forty-two square feet' of maps and Ej
lar savors strongly' of the Turkish $2.b. valuable information needed in every
harems The sketch illustrates this Never before has such an offer been home office and school
made.' The soft, full skirt is puffed SPRING TERM OUR made to the public, and it will be wise As said before this is an offer that.
R. 'S. FLOYD under gracefully and caught to the REVIEW for all those who have not yet subscribed everyone should avail themselves of at
lower edge of a foundation the effect APRIL *-JUNE: I, isir for the Gazette to take advantage once. ,The plan will work quickly, so
resembling the Turkish trousers worn, Write for Catalog and fall information of it at once, as it will get In on the ground floor while the- "
; Dealer In bythe beauties of the harem. The .. last only a limited time. Everybody -goln's good." :(
'" 1, ., '" bodice is little more than a band of JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY knows the merits of the Gazette, and Bring your new subscription to the I
Groeeries'Nay cloth.held up by straps over the shoal* I ,' the reputation of the Southern Kural- Valley Gazette office, or mail it to u.
Grain and 'Feed }I
f? ders. The'i material of the dress la I .. """ J fat.. .is such.that the magazine.needs no i immediately.., '.. 1i/s ' ''''' ' .. "
sjIBI&yffiW j n d '' r.-; *r. v-w,p q' w1'Comer -*"' rose taffeta with gold metallic flowters.

''S ,Broadway and Dakin Ave. style. Many developed'gowns' in' are plain seen silk or in satin this, .. VV"; v.. .. vV "... " entirely free, of trimming, the rich'
s Try .Us on Your: Next Order For Feed ness of the material making decors A
tion unnec..lary.The harem tunic
lengthened by a deep frill of lace is
another form in which the Turkish In. GreatSubscripUon a Club Bargain.
fluence is apparent. In this style the
puff generally below the knees.
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thousand acres in Orange County, southwest of Lake Apopka; high '. ,' THE KI'SSIMME.E.VALLEY GAZETTEYdur '
', ', rolling pine land, two miles of lake shore, three miles of improved road, -

nearly] one mile being brick road,, ? 1 Wic!e-Awake County Paper, which carries ..... "

Also 500 acres: oa OrlandoIandlKissimmee. road, and other i the Complete'' Local and, Home News, personal

smaller tract: { Mention, Editorials, and 3 Years, Subscription to... '

A number of, pieces; of, interesting; property in cities of(Kissimmee, '
jp ? Orlando and Apopka. For prices'and terms, write or see owner. SOUTHERN. RURALIST. .:;;

; S. S. GRIFFIN & 3 Watkins Block, Orlando. v The South'. Greatest.Agriculturial Magazine, together with a splendid ..t'


ee....0''. .HO*H.0..00..0..0.0000..0 '
. _ at,a price that will appeal to you. .Read the offer below 'd
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...o...........V .TV. 0.oo..o.o..oo.oO.OOt..oot..T. } i KISSIMMEE VALLEY'' GAZETTE
+ s v _. $2:00SPECIAL ,-
.. Weekly, Year,. = ;_ :
Atlantic Coast, Line
: SOUTHERN RURALIST, Combination '. j;):'

Standard Railroad" of the ,South o rleCwj Semi-Monthly; 3 Years- $1.50 Priceis ;:...

East Through Tourists'TrainsII (iE0iRAPHICAL'ENCYCLOPEDIA: .: 75 '

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TO THE EAST TO TIE,WEST; Total, $5.00 ,""';)
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"New .York & Honda Special" . "S mi.ol. Limited". ,' ;cl

"FU. & West Indian Limited" "The Soathlud" Youthful. Party Frock of Crepe de ---( '( ENCYCLOPEDIA WALL CHART- t Y''f i

w ''"Coast Line Florida! Mail" . "Dixie Limited" Chine and Lace a 'work; which consists of three lame. double sheets, 28x36: inches: in size, bound together at the ;:,4'I

."Palmetto Limited" "Dixie Flyer" The evening dresses of young girls top by an enamel drip"with metal loops for hu iag.. The front sheet .ha a splendid 'map of the .

It >. "SL Louis-Jacksonville Express" are very frequently in the popular world, beanti/nfly color"" 'an d varnished, shows steamer routes with distance between ports On re- '1"

one-piece chemise style!, as are thoseof Terse side, illustrations of the Panama Canal with complete statistics, data, ate On the next sheet (
Steel Sleeping Can Tampa to Washington the really It is in .
} grown-ups. only is a large map of your state showing each county colored separately, railroads and distances, con
the length of the dresses, that ther.'lsany :
,Philadelphia, and New York. From Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis' difference at all, and that, only gressiona] and senatorial diat rieta. Around the. margin.are portraits of all governors of the state ..

= ,Louisville, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Cleveland and Grand Rapids.Observation this season, when women's dresses are 'and when each one served. On reverse side is a Gaxeteer of the state with last censor The third

& Can:Dining,C.n. worn-a little longer. Last winter, sheet contains a food colored map of the U. S., also a standard parcel post map of the h.( S., with"y
when "wore
b short as women the efxteen their-yearold dresses, one as fan parcel post information, laws, regulations, etc.;; also population of all the principal cities of the,.
'* For reservations apply, to- could hardly tell the difference. U. S. This is something needed. in every home;,office. and school and cannot be gotten anywhere = '
A. W.: FRlTOT' ', !. C. KiRKLAND A dress of extreme 'aimplidtq, and at retail, for less than $1.50, '
,Division PasseBfer Agent Division Pastenjfer'Agent excellent style -made of crepe de I o

n /'.13a W. Bay St,"Jacksonville 'Hillaboro Hotel, Tampa: Chine lengthened by a deep flounce of .,- .
*. lace. The loose sleeves of have Only-a Limited Number 'send '
7 late ; so your order at once to,the
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,.. tassels of silk hanging at ends.Thjs ,
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.:' : Y .r reb' Pngtin, From: the Valley:'Gazette ;At seen the-'thes in' ladies'dansants... gowns, which;,. have J "' 1..... IN'_ 'A' ... .. "..... t.'.\'.-' .. .,.
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: INITIAL FAIR Of. OSCEOLA /went, .as specified betow' and no name atructlon 'pupils between the ages 'oC keep an accurate record of the attendance FRAN 1C to m* 'known to be the psr. above styled cause i that ,the respond I

I of any such candidacy shall b. printed eight and fourteen years, shall keep of all pupils to render weekly reports sons described In and who executed the dent herelnbelow named Is believed to,
" CLOSES AFTER BIG SEASON upon or counted or returned If printed such record of t said childor to the At.ndano Officer and the foregoing Instrument and acknowledged be a Pennsylvania corporation locatedat
upon any such balo.unless this proVision children, and f.t4 f. such r*. bounty of Public Instruction the -execution thereof to be their Philadelphia, Pa. and thafrfellef Is
, shall compiled with ports of the same here.nar.rreqUITed of all pupils Imperfect II attendance free act and deed for the uses and purposes sought In the said suit against th..
! (Continued: From Page One.) Frsa .f Ballet of teachers showing all ab..nce.excused ,' therein mentioned. I said respondent aa a trustee under'the
'h. voting In said primary elections otherwise the attendance,upon any such and unexcused and i of IN WITNESS WHERmOJ. I have will of Hamilton Dlaston deceaaedl It
r the Fair officials. grave 'the' winning shall be by first and second choice ballot private or church school reu.lnl or an excused absence to stat the reason hereunto' vet my myeat. Is therefore ordered that
In compliance with the provisionsof neglecting keep ouch to for which the was excused. this the daft and .ar.above wrlt8eaD Savings Safe theacn7'
number as much publicity outside of the state primary laws, and the make such reports shall not be Sea 10. It pupi b* the -duty of-the Trust Fund of Dp.'t Tit. b.

& names of the candidates for each of nee edIn 1.1 of attendance upon.,a public County Board ofPubllo In.tructlol of < W. O. ICINO N. P. and the same Is b*
the city aa possible.
shall b* printed on the ballot In alphtbetiasi' schooL each county to aua b* Nota.y State of Florida( My and 'appear to the of Complaint
From a standpoint of success the order. tf Sec. 11. ..."..-This Act shall pulll.hed. separate and' distinct front .. Publc Aug. t, 7-4t filed In this cause Bil* court aforesaid .
( ..v._ .f RetsirmsTh riot apply In any case In which the Of the Acts of the Legslature.
; flrst Oaceol County Fair was such In commlt.1 shall meet at R o'clock '. physical .mental conditions.ks th. In full In some newspaper- lit' CIRCUIT COURT sTATE March.on or bfo.Monday 1(17. otherwise, the 8th dayof the '

m. th. day of March. 1(17. by anY competent physician published In the county. If there b FLORIDA
sense of the word., True there .te.t.d said of. Complaint will In due
, -very r. the City Council chamber of th*' city court having jurisdiction one. and If there b* none, then to dietribute I .Bi" law be taken aa
; was one day of bad weather, which not Ktsilmmee and- publicly canvass the under this Act Its attendance ; and give It the widest clrcula- HeoeH. against said cnf..e
t.nder. Fred Petter. Ceplai.est. ,
returns. In accordance with the primary impracticable or In any Ion In of .. re.pondent
; the form a circular at least
ther ordered .
hundreds : t.r. *feaaaa **..<.< Jmdlrlal b. pub
only marred the pleasure of election law of Florida, and declare ease In which the child jd' more four weeks prior 'to the opening- the Hatted one a week for or. oomaecu.tive .

tOf people, but'had.the; effect o( making whatcandidateu for each office have voted been for nomInated and- than rout two mie. by.the n..ree trav.le schools July 1, 1.1.for the and.annulLly.hol'year beglnnlnl .Cl.. Ose : Covafyi lsChaaeery. > weeks a weekly In the KIlm..., Val.y'G..t

a slump In the gate receipts. The and 'secretary 0k this transportation la not provided; or In In their dl.c.t.n. I" j ,general circulation newspaper In the city
commitee. within two days thereafter any case1 of .xtreme py.rt. In which See ., and parts of laws I .pp..rn., by affidavit appendedto of Kissimmee. tot
rain did 'not dampen the ardor of those the namea of these candidates I the services necessary In conflict with the provisions of .this 'bil In the abovs-itated Stat of ld county, Witness Oeceola. and
the Honorable '
in charge of the big exhibition, who receiving the nomination for any 1 for Its own support or the supportof Act are 'hereby repealed. cause Rose B. pot.r. the defendant James, W.
Judge of
office to the authorities of Klsslm-' Its attested the affidavit nonresident Prkin.
city parents aa by 8.e 11. This Act shall take effectimmediately therein a said and
worked hard day and night, to make a mea al the nominees of this party for 1 of its parent or parent.and of upon Its passage and approval of the State of Florida .and l. t Court the ."al.aa of C.rl

huge success of the undertaking, the ofnces to be voted for at general such winesae-s aa the Officer by the Govern r. ,, a resident of I Couch Street, Platte- at Kissimmee Osceola
which they evidently did and with election to be held March. 11, U1. may require or' in any case In Approved .un. I, K1E. burg: State New York. over there Co.rt Florid.on thla the.1st day *f Febru,
that the Os Assessments which said parent, guardian or other The folowlnl are appointed to act of twenty-one , It Is therefore . 1(17. .
such sati factoty'resulta > For the purpose of,1 the expenses person havlnl charge or' co.troof\ a said ordered that said non-reildent D JT. L.
oeola County Fair Association has of the primary electon. ..nclud.n. child, before an) magrls- at M. Gardner, H. N.' Bratton and J. defendant be and !I. hereby requiredto Aa Clerk .OVER8Rm..
positively given out that the yearly the payment of and irate by atndayl of himself and of. % .. Lilly Inspectors; and A, B. Thomas. 'appear to the bill of complaintfiled (Circuit Court Seal) Ca.
clerks, printing of etc., the following such the Attendance Officer Clerk.
balot. In said on before Monday JOHNSTON OARRETT
affair and or
Fair will be a permanent assesments that the child I. without Don of t
againstprospective may require by order the Board of Public '
Aa i.ItIn
the 6th day of A. D. 1 1T. for
already suggestions have been made c.ndldat...tor the various necessary books and clothing for In.trueton. this the. llnd day of De otherwise the Maroh .at4' bill r-- Cou..1 Compla'n..t
as to next year's event even greater offices to1 heMayor flllert; ._ -' at.ndlnl school and that the parent D. KIS. ,
will be taken confessed b
; five dollars. to provide the necessary W. C. Chairman. as amid Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju
and more brilliant than the .one just Cleric; five dolar books : "cloning; Provldsd that when Attest C. BASS .defendant. dicial Circuit of the State of-Florida
closed. The exhibition was one that Treasurer Iv. dolar.. books clothing; provided that whenthrough m YQWELL It I. further .ordered that this order In and forOsceola In Chanosry.
will mean a great deal for Oils com Man hall ) tx col.ctor. five dot. charityoc, by other : b publ.heC a. week for F. A. .CntT.. R. D. Frank'
*. be of benefit and valu-s 1.. the child shall no longer b* : : OF APPLII'ATIOM FOR TAX I I tour ..k. In the KIs- ford. complainants, .. Tom H.-
will '
munity, Members City Council two dollars. From school attendance "RIO UNDER HBfTION VT4 AND .llmeo Valley Oacette. a drews, et aL Quiet'tJ51..
-everyone.. The displays of citrus Inspectors provision; Provided, further ( STATUTES .THE In said county and Stats Order of pUblc.ton r..pnd..t.all whom it
fruits and vegetables surpassed even a teacher Is charged with 'Inefficiency, STATH QP This llrd day of January. un. may onoern I from ,the
The folowlng and clerk .LORlnA .pp.rlnl
misconduct orcruelty,.such charge being J. L. In .the
tho expectations of the most optimistic are hereby deslgnated conduct the made In and filed with the NOTICE Is hereby given that NATH. above entitled cause that II.d are

many expecting that the f freeze said primary election. Trustees of wrltnl Sp.clal Tax School DI.trlct . AN PORTER purchaser of TAx Certificates D a H. Deputy Cour persons. .Interested In the property-th.r In.
had killed all vegetation; reports to In.pector.: H: N. Bratton. B. .O. Van. or with the County Board of Pub No. lilO and Ills, dated the 7th ,Circuit:UK. Clerk acrlbed In the Bill of Complaint la
Agnew, J..W. Lily. by a parent or Iu.rl a day of D. 1111, filed said KRIBB8 4k STEED. said case other than the known ye.spomdents .
that effect havnlg .abroad. It was Clerk A. E. .. .hna
gone : of any child .tendlng th* ." b. certificates Y'nAi office has mad Solicitor for Complainant aa and that
shown that Dsceola county suffered I'.i. S H. BULLOCK. Chairman. Ing; taught then the application 'ax Issue In .4 the names ef th.r.ln ao Interested *

little in this respect, and that attendance of auch child shall not be accordane to I. NOTICE TO ar unknown t. complainants,
enforced until after a full C.rtncte..mbra. the follow and . to be certain
the citrus industry is.still of the same NOTICB .JLECIOl. .such charge ha been"nof Ing; and beln. named ap.aral. Bill whoa'

.4 vast proportions as heretofore. Toy I with same was filed and situate. In O.ceola County. Im Cumrt ..1'thi Cowty'e'ae, Oa ela baptismal names and Initials are not
*.. boar .
In complane. with Chapter '( teacher heon acquitted or Flo.lda to-wit: Caty. State Fieri given because
that the exhibit of livestock, and they are unknown,
I'M. notice is hereby .e
State exonerated.. Sv.n (7) of Block-IS. Marydla. -' T.,." that rellel,Is prayed In the Bill&
'poultry was the biggest ever shown at riven that * will beheld at . Two (1) of .Block of *. .Id
Lt Estate .< .. Complaint against the said
Board Sea. 11. '. ._ Absenew Allowable .' R .I' .1.
any fair in the state Florida, would Kissimmee. In Sscho-jl .. Marydla.Th . . therefore-tnknownr.pnd.nt.
No 1. Oscsola Cnnnty, FlorlitH.' on Saturday *-Every parent luardlan. or .th.1 Said lands belli* assessed In the .I.
it bit. Peo- To Creditors, Legatees. Distribu i Carr. Baadlln
not be exaggerating one March Ird A. D. 1(17 to person In th 'Iurlt names of Charlie the JAi -
'pts who had visited many, If not all, determine whether compulsory school charge or control of a children date of Issuance of said \" t .nd All Persons Having Claimsor -i i- Bt.ek wife of
of the fain of late In Florida mad attendance shall prevail In said ",..t.ldand between the ages of eight and fourteen Unless said certificate mct'f\ re- Demands. Against Bald ,Bstatdt Sleek parties'
.. claiming Interests la the lands !I.
to decidewhether the following > those statements and the person not compulsory school attendance provisions to attend aehool as aforesaid; Provided .. .ccorln. on the 14th Dee You, and. each of are hereby Bill of Complaint In the above Styled "

even Interested in livestock could. not shall b* enforced In .said School that occasional absence from February A. D. 1.1. notified i and required you present .a, .d.rlbe under any ef the Col-,
but admire- the showing made. Board District! such attendance by such child amounting Witness my and official seat.. claims and demands which you, lowing;Benjamin B. Andrewa, &.&.
help to not more 'tin n iw.t thisthe llth Ilot ,- Ten-,
of Both
day January, of may have against' the
. "In.'tu.e
this is the 4, A D eiher. you Hammar .
and be convinced that pre absences In fuur mier cattle-raising section of'this CHAPTER (111-LAWS OF COMPUL-1(11 shall not b*. unlawful; Prvl AN ACT PROVIDING FOR Clerk Carr 4s Co. .
ther that the principal a- Circuit Court Oaceola
.. .
:- 'state. All in all it was a great demonstration THEAPPOINTMENT t.ao1.r County the administrator of '
ATTENDANCE. uad.rl.n.d .
SORT SCHOOL charge of the school .,n"y any State of Florida. Bmu.1 T. Carr, Fanny J. ClLr. .
of the progressive ness of OF ATTENDANCEOFP'ICItRH. child for temporary absence, because ota said e.tat. wlbln, two years from Ooolphln' ,

th of Osceola an PRESCRIBING THEIR storm or bad weather sickness ur NOTICB or the cIt. Henry WII.m and'
people county. exposition UJCORPRTOI .
0th. A. D. 117.
AND the ,
DUTIES POWERS' death In its family unforeseen or unavoidable pate.alua. following tru.t. under th will
of the marvelous products and Be It enacted of aocldent. Excused NOTICE la D Q. WAaNBH.' of Hamilton DI..tonL deceased Henry,
. possibilities; I it proved to be'a great the Stat of Florida: the reason therefor shall .b.eno.and reported will on the given Cth day that of tho March.Undersigned '-I Administrator. DI..ton Edmund I. $t.ok. Tacoof

her Section 1. Whenever one-fourth of to the Attendance Officer as A. D. Fund Safe. Tll.
advertisement showing own people apply to the Governor of DCO.I" .
whit voters ot U1. NOTICE FORt Trust
the registered any Company of'
hereinafter provided.Provided furthr ICA"IOl
; Florida
how much they amount'to, and Special Tax School DI.trlct Bchool'o.rd that In case of protracted Illness Letters Patent- incorporating rB and the toUowlnl Other ad.lll., P
the visitors and all outsiders or of ourselves, our associates andsuccessors off tfce Isiterler beth JB.4 Kn
proved to .hal of chlld whoa attendance la required n.
Dt.trl.t any D..ton"SndUn .
Into a body politic and sor-
IT. < OalMCmvtll .
Board of '
file : -
that this is under this Act, or In case of a. .
a prosperous, progressive porste under the name of NARCOOS- **, 1S1T '
structlon petition asking for -'- wife F. ,If,
a wrlt.n quarantine of the home In which such :1d-4 eteck. ;
and neighborly community one in an election held In such Special child report of the Health SEE PINE PRODUCT COMPANY.. NOTICE .Is hereby Ilv.n that Cari.. claims''

which no man would hesitate to cast Tax School DI.trlet School Board Dis r..lde., upon certificate of any J. B. HOURER.: O. Hardy of Lokosee, ,' who Ing . .. . .e.a.ed'or. Band
of Imbibed with trict. or c determine whether ,0"qualified physician to' this ef.t.ct KARL J.. FRANK June IT, 1(11. made Homestead 1n or otherwise In.
his lot were legally d.0..d cllm.n.
; many us compulsory. school'attendanco shall W,' H. No 01190.. for 8V4 of Lots B and I. Beg. the said '
Officershall ,
that broader education which is serv. prevail In either of said districts ,or from the Attendance attendanCe such child until ex 14, and Lot 1 and N% of Lot 1 of B..- tr..t. th.rln.. prop.r b.ln. ,

ice to self and all humanity. the county. It shall be the duty, of he Is fully restored to health or until Article .f lsieaipisitl . lion St. Township 11 B.. Range 14 E.. All that part of Section Tblr7., (10)
The people of 'Kissimmee and the the County Board of Publlo'' .n.truo- any quarantine excluding the ,child We the under.l.ned. hereby associate Tallahassee Meridian has Died 'noticeof that lid. South of the and '
deal to order- an election In ether from school has been raised.' our. for the purposeof Intention Three-year Proof: all that part *f Section Thirty-one m,
county at large deserve a great ton dlatrlcts or the county, Bee. 11.' _.. _Any becoming and corporate to establish land above described. that lies North of the County Road, except .
of credit for the manner in which they inc aa the petition may request, to guardian or other person In parent: under the laws the stats of Florida before Clerk Circuit Court at Seventy-five (7t>) ace. more o
nobly assisted the officials and thoseIn decide whether the following compulsory a child children, violating the provisions and w* bct declare that the I Kissimmee. Florida, on the tb of less, bounde on the the .
attendance.1,provisions .hal"* 01 this shall be guilty of a following; articles of Incorporationshall 1 March KIT. bank on the South by the
charge of the Fair, while the association be .choo\ In said Special Tax School misdemeanor Act upon conviction by constitute and be' the charter of' Clehn.nt namea as witnesses: County Road on the East by. th* East
is not lagging in expressing District said ion, Il,. R. of Lokosee, line of said
DI.trlct School Board or .any court oi competent Jurisdictionshall .eorporat J. R. Owens of Florida Section Thirty-one (II).
appreciation for the great assistance to a fine of not less t : Article 1. The name of this corporation n. H. Durt.e ,, and on the North by the water edge
hal of Lokosee,
Ber"l. Board t t Public .labl. he of Fish Lake also
The County > one not more than NARCOO8SEE) PINE Florid. ; the Rightof
, in theo .hal C. More of .xcptn.
given them at all making
Instruction shall give notice of such 'dollars for 'each and every offense. And I CMPANY. R l.ko..Flnrld. Way of the It passes
first Fair such a brilliant success, and election by .dv.rU.lnl the same for upon failure'or refusal to pay such fine : Article I. 1ac of 6-6t through said lands, said lands lyIng InO..ola
Ifa newspaper business of this corporation . In Register, County. to the
which insures bigger and better four .weeks said parent, guardian or other personIn appear
ba therein but shall bs 'the city of Narcoo..e. county of Os complainants' Bill of Complaint herein
in for the future. publ.h.d I control of a child Imprisoned
things this 'Jine none then .newspaper published not to eceed thirty d.y..n the I cola and state'of Florid. but the NO.CE FOR PUBLICATION' II.d. on or before Monday, the 7th day
In the county,' I of establish A, D. else In due course of
.. county Jail; Provided that the line for U1.
_r' Sec. 8. The, electors In such elections any first offense paymentof branch' offices at other places from De.*rs eat ef the.Isiterler law the.said BIUt Complaint will betaken
I'l I II I must be registered as providedIn b collect time to time as may b* desired. ' aa said -unknown
S I SI I II I I I costs, *
;: the general law for registrationfor ,ed until the nrl'a:30ot Article 1. The period of this corporation V. a-L.d Offle at O.t..II. parties. It Is turtherordered that this.

: special elections. and. they &al'of a aacond offense ear. ; Provided.further shall be perpetuaL / . "a._ _._..a._C_'.' order be published one* a, week for If ,' ,.
AdvertisementsNOTICB have the same qualifications for that after the days Article 4. The general nature of the consecutive weeks Iks, Kis.lmme.Valley .
I" prerequisites to voting .. prescribedIn from the time expiraton served by, the business'of this corporation .hal b* NOTICE! I. hereby given that Samuel a weekly newspaper
elections _ld .under the general Atendance Officer, each and every day to lurch..e. hold. sell. and M Clark of Loulhma", Florida who ubl.h. general circulation
t election < a parent, guardian, or other peraonshall le ., and mortg& and encumber October 11; Hpm..tead In 'Count of Oaotola and "
: 8eo. 4. lThe election shaLl be held wilfully and '; unlawfully r keep the same man. Entry No. or BWfc of SBH, Stat of Florida. Wlne.the .
for and maintain,.r"ct Section 10. Township It &, flange 17 James W. ofsaid
and conducted In the manner prescribed each child or from school._or age, car and ., Judge
. S S S ilI1 T. LuSulIluIlIulI by law for holdln" Ienera elec- alow It or children out of school alter buildings thereon. To conduct a B., Tallahassee Meridian has filed no.lice' Court, and my as CI.rl
ttona. except Act shall constitute a separate offense and general brokerage, agency and commission of. Intention to thereof and the official -seal
\ NOTICB, FOR PUBLICATION': and all such elections shall b* held shall subject said person to the penalties business for others In the purchase Proof, .to establish 'c'Ia' aid Circuit Court.t Kissimmee. 0.
i .Ithln sixty days from the filing of the above described. sal and management of real estate above described CI.rk ceola County on thla the

Papartsseait .f Ibe IsterlerJ petition.Seo. Sao. 14. The County Board of Public for others and the n. 191
I I. In.p.tor of election shall Instruction of any county wherein any ,loan thereon) to purchase for March i. OVEBSTREHI'
5 OfSee .t .....Y\.e" .. be appointed qualn.d as In cases district of the county ha adopted the others personal property, stock lends B.Claimant names as witnesses! Aa Clerk Circuit Court .tor.ic
s. Land O. Hancock of
, JUT of general they, .hal compulsory, school attendance provision and notes, and to negotiate loans thereon Lougbtnan. Va (Circuit Court Seal)
ill'" .IFelf. 1O. j-! eleoton. A. J. elites of Fla. '
. canvas the clt and make of his shall have the power : to purchase and sell for others; to act J. W Lulhm.n. .OHNSTON" GARRETT '
turn of the same the County Boardof to appoint Act the compensation of aa trustee In deeds of trust or mortgages .. Campbel Loulhman. Fla. A fof comp.lnat 7-llt
Notice Is hereby given that Cssper L. Public- Instruction without delay. an Attendance Officer or Officers, and on real or personal property or any evidence F. ,
Heath, of Loughman Florida, who. on The County Board of Public Instruction removethe same at will. An Attendance of 'value to secure them and to Kl T'W. DAVIS. WOTICH PUBUCATftm
April 11, 1(10 made Homestead Entry, shall canvas the returns and declare Officer may b* appointed for one act aa agents for lettng!! houses, land" 7- t Register., .
Vo. 06554. for NWW. of mv*. SectionSt. the and causa the same-toba school or for a number of schools In and the collection '
Township 15 8.. Rsnge 17 K., Tallahassee r..ul .. -WOTICBJ FOR PUBLICATION pprtrtas t ..Interior, ,
far a. applicable the discretion of the County Board of payment of taxes. To do a timberlandand I r
Meridian has filed notice of In. provided In the general. law conc.ra.n.,Public Instruction, and may b* supervisor general lumbar business In all of lad; Offle-at GalsyeavUIo
Proof to establish tatderV. ,
tentlort to make Five-year th1' branches thereof t 1. J
desctlb- elections. or a.tru.te. of a school or an, ; purchase.leas Jaaury 21, idly.
the .above .
to suitable will discharge *. option locate otherwise acquire
In such elec ,
C. 'The
.d before Clerk Circuit Court at Klsslmmee,1 Bee u..d duties of l.r.on and the own. exchange sell otherwise a Lend Offle at 0..11... '
Florida the 10th day of March. shall b* plain white. paper and po.lton. .... ST. NOTICE Is hereby given that Charles
printed there. "For Compulsory School Board maT .I"n Ateadance"fn.cer dispose of pledge, mortgage, hypothecate ii. Padgett, of Lokosee, who

391 Claimant?. name. aa ..: Attendance" and "Against Compulsory such other dute.-. real'estate and deal In lands, timber lands, NOTICE) .Is riven that 'Blhue on January 28.' 1111 ma.10rld.. ._ ,'

B. O. Hancock .'wlnel. Florida School Attendance." so arranged that advl.abl. water .and water rlKhts.and .. Ooodmao of Florida who on May Entry No.. 07C., for I, S. Section
of Ev.
'Fields of Loughman Florida. the voter may express his choice, aa In be toe duty of every to work explore operate and develop 16 1111 Entry IS, and Lot 1 of Section .6. Tewnshlp ;
a ,
Peter Daley, of Loughman. Florida. the Australian ballot by making; across Attendance u to take an accurate the same; to erect build, repair.malnt.ln. 08614, for KM of NEIL and EH of "E No, II S., Rang 14 H..' Tal.b. Mrdlan. fi ,
Joseph Swalne. of Loughjtian. Flor5V mark to the left of one or the census of every child between the ages purchase or otherwise acquire Section 1, Township 16 8.. Range t( E., has filed notice to '
other of the two lines. of six and twenty-one years In his district own exchange, sell or ot.r. Tallahassee Meridian has filed no. make Five-year Proof to 'establish
RftBT. W. DAVIS. Register. S.e 1. Should three-fifths, of .the In the month of June In each and wise dispose of. saw mills tics of make FiveyearProof claim to the land above described, before ,
rotes legally cast at any sucn election every year on blanks furnished by the sites to control, msJntaln, and dlspossef to :: to the land Clerk Circuit Court at .Klsslmmee 'II
be "For Compulsory School Attend Stats Superintendent of Public Instruc the same or any rights therein' or above before Clerk Florida on the of March.
ALL FOR WHITE PRIMARY ELECTION ance." then the compulsory school attendance tion. H* shall make three neat and thereunder, and to manufacture all wn: Court, d".crlbed Crcui 1(17. 1th & : :

laws hereinafter prescribedshall legible copies of this census rol. which sell and otherwise dispose of lumber Kth day of March. (Forid. Claimant names aa witnesses; .
. b*. In force In such territory for shall give the name ..x. birth, turp.ntne. rosin lumber products, Claimant names as witnesses: J. B. Owens of Lokosee. Fla r.
I two years or torev.r' thereafter until the name of the parent or guardian logs of all ane every description John Stewart of Loughman. ( W. Fertle of Lokosee. .
The city committee of the another such election Is held In compltaoc with the postofflce of every child ; to acquire deal with John H.- Stewart of Eva.- II. Noah Smith of Lokosee, Fla
white 'xerntv. met recently and with the f-j.-etroinx pro'I.lon. any additional Information and water rights; to own handle . David W. Bridges of Fla. R. E. Willis of Lokosee. Fla. .
formulated the following call for a and If three-fifths or mot of the v.ites One'copy of this census shall be and control I.ter patent and inventions Walter W. Bridges of Eva, Fla. . ROBT. W DAVIS.
white man's primary:" shall b* cast "Against Compulsory with the State Superintendent of and Its own capitalstock ROBT., W.,DAVIS 1-1 Register. ,
Th lty eeoutlve committee of the School Attendance.. then school whlt>) inane Inthe cMy ofICIsslmmee anoe. shall not bo compulsory In saidterritory of PubJIc to vote any stock owned It the NOTICK VOn I
plLrty and provide for until otherwise determinedby 'n.tructon. by the first day of July same as a'natural person mllht dOl| to In Circuit Court for the Seventh Ju. rVaLIV.TIOI .
holding a "white man.." primary lection. an election held in pursuance of every year, and one copyshall Issue bonds, notes, .. and. dicial Circuit'of the'State of Florida D*>pars>eat vt the Isiterler.uua
tS be held In .the city K'sslmmee this Act; Provided that when any such be preserved for hla own use and other evidence of .ndebt.dn. and' ." In and for Oxoeola County. In Chan
In. compliance with .f laws of election Is held In a' whole oounty. he shall furnish the principal of each cure the payment by cery. 'F. A. Stroup and R. D. Frank- V. Of Vim.JasiMry .
the state of "'Iorld&said to compulsory school attendance shall be school within his jurisdiction with a mottlnle. deed of tru.t or otherwise: ford complainants vs. Tom ar,O.I..1 '
tte held during hour Ixed by law enforced In any School Board District list of the names of children due to al.nt. tr breker, <>r In drews, et al defenilants." : ; 'J
for the holding of Batur- or districts of said county wherein a attend the school of which the t>rlncloal any other capacity and to Order of Publication. To NOTICE I. hereby given that Ustln
day. March 10, 1.7. for the nominationof three-fifths votewas cast "For Compulsory Is In chars-e. and the "County borrow and loan. money. It may concern. It R. Beebe. nee Padgett,.* of ,
oandld.t. elective offices to School Atendance." though a Board of Publlo-Instruction shall ascertain Article !., The amount of the capital'Stock the sworn Bill of Complaint filed in theabove Florida, who on>April' 17. (Lko..
be voted to. at the general election to three-fifths vote as a whoje' without charge (the, number of of this corporation shall bo enttlled cause that the respondents Homestead Entry No. 01411. for 8WU
be held In city of Kissimmee on was cast "Against Compulsory School pupils contained In saM' lists. Ten Thousand Dollars, divided! Into ono h"r.lnb.lo. named are persons of Section 14, Township 8., Rang 14 !
Saturday,1' March II. "17. Attendance:" Provided .110. that when Sec. 1. The Attendance Officer shall hundred shares of the par Value of One whose r.'denc.' ages are un- Tallahassee Meridian I, has filed no. j
..aliaea ... of EItor any such election Is a whole serve written or printed notice, or Hundred Dollars each which said capital known. and that' relief-Is sought In the tics of Intention to make FiveyearProof .
Those and only those persons, shall county, compulsory school attendance partly written and partiy prlntod no- stock b* paid for In property said suit against them. It I. therefore to establish claim to the land
- .permitted.. or participateIn shall not b* enforced In any School tic*, upon every par"nt guardian labor or .mar. at a just valuation to ordered that Tom.B. .Andrews, 8. '8. above described before Clerk Circuit
the voteat said primary Board District 'or districts of said other person havln" ., of it .rnin be fixed the Incorporators at ame.tnK Booth Benjamin Elliott Hammar. Ten- Court at Xlsslmmee, Florida, on the Jl,

' election. who are whit tors. who county. wherein majority vote was or chidre. ; the Irolll"n. of for that purpose. nle P. Hammar. Benjamin E. Hammer, leth day of March 1117. ,
declare their adherence to the principlerand cast "JVtralnst I prompt the Artcl. I. The business of this cor Blair Burwell, Jr. Blair Hurrell. Jr., Claimant ; '. ,, '
organisation of the whiteman'a" tendance," though-th rorT"oteA of part of the parent guardian nr shall b* conducted by aBoard Vaughn, Carr Co., Vaughn, .J. B. Owens nam.of .wln..e.. {
party In the city of- KII.lmme. who the county aa a whole was'cast "ForCompul.ory person shall I. . If any parent of Directors of not loss than Carr, Samuel T. Carr Fanny J. Carr, .. W. Fertlo of Lokosee. Fla. .
. mrs by the laws of the city .. .. School Attendance." '" lardl.n. or other o"r.un.n! three nor more than seven. Charles Oodolphln Bennet. William Noah Smith of Lokosee, Fla .
' ,mee lawful electors, who havi on or Sec. I. The County Board of Public notc. Is servnil. falls to Article 7. The annual meeting of the Kerry Bennett WIlam I HoU., ..d .R. Willis of Fl
'before February 10. 1(17. their Instruction of a county In'which a comply with within three d.y.thereate' stockholders shall be held .t-.the principal the following; tu.te. will E Lko..e.. DAVIS,
taxes for the year Kit and Ills, compulsory school attendance election then It shall ". the 0uty of' office of the corporation on the of HamltonDI..ton. deceased Henry T-Bt. .
,.1 have registered up to and IncludIng .been held and three-fifths of the : anqie Officer upon recom i second Monday In January of each Stec as such"TRATOR'
March th. 1(17. and who p edge.themselves vqte. legally cast at such election In a n n of the Board of Public Instruction year. tArticle. trustees, and the folowln. other per. NOTICE '
to abld by the result ofsaid Special Tax School District School to. prosecute forthwith such I I. The stockholders of thiscorporation sons Elisabeth HI. .
primary election and Vote for the Board District, or In the whore county person In the name of tie state of shall at the first meetingor Knowles,. Kno.le.. .-E.T"TI

/nominees thereof at the ensuing city was "For. Compulsory School Attendance Florida, before any u.tle of the aa soon thereafter as possible adopt -i Steck. wife of Edmund 8tecl. la c..rt C .. 'of
lection. ," shall, at the first 'regular meet- Peace, or County Judge Any county, the necessary by-laws for the government be and they are hereby required .. " ledge. ,' lt.. '
(leiallfleattoM .< Ing thereafter publish that the following town or district .which the prosweut. of the corporation. and to the Bill of complaint .e" I'
Those, and only persons,, 8hal ; ..compulsory school attendance ed resides. All fines collected .hal bo Article (. The highest amount of Indebtedness filed In the said cause In the court .
*be th. 'candl at. laws will b* In full fore and effect turned over to -the custodian the or liability to which this '.fore.ald on or before Monday the 2nd I. .Estateof Walter Has. ..D '1
permlt.d'tO for In said primaryelections thirty days thereafter the Special County School Fund. and may b* used corporation shall at any time b* aub .A. D. 1(17, otherwise the eeased-Oseeeilsi. ...*,
.r who pledge themselves In Tax School District Schol Board Dis by the County Board of Public Instruction ject shall b* In the sum of. Ten ThoUsand said cutP of Complaint will In due

writing to abide by the result of saidprimary trlct or, In the county, aa may have for the enforcement of this Dolar. law betaken as confessedagainst Notice Is hereby given to al whom It
and support the nom- determined by the -said election. Act or for other purposes.Sec. Artcl. Until the first election of the said respondents. It Is may concern, that Henry "' Bas. aa >i
- ,laces .I.eton.; are qualified under See (. Every p..ent guardian or 17. The Attendance Officer shall the business of this corporation farther ordered that this order be pub. Administrator of the estate of Walter "V-.r
the laws : th:stat of Florida and person In charge of a child have the right to- visit and enter an, shall be conducted by the following lished once a week for eight consecutive Bass, Br., Deeeaaed will on the Ird
city of Kissimmee to hold offlo. or children, between the ages of eight office, factory or. business house employing named persons: J. B. Houser Earl weeks In the Klsslmma Valley day of "arcn A., D. 1(17, apply to. th*
!.!.< Of .FU'e"- and fourteen and residing withina routh. for the purpose of enforcing J. Frank, and W.- H. Frank. Ga.ete. a weekly newspaper publ.hed Murphy, County Judge
, Each elector In the t Klsslmm Special Tax School District/a School of this Act; Article II. The names and residences general circulation In In and for said county at his office lit 'c
l ( to vote In 'primary election Board DI.trlol or a county advertised when doubt exists aa to the age of a of the subscribers to these articles of of Kissimmee, county of .rlt and Klaslmme In said county, at 11 o'cl1 ,
shall have the right to vote Inguild as tolowlng compulsory child h* may require a properly attested Incpr.tlon together with the num Stat of Florida. Witness a. m., or .soon thereafter aa th
primaries-for: One candidate for mayor. cause such child or children .. the acre of any child1. by eachj set opposite his name said Court, and my name aa Clerkthereof at public sale, for the .11. , '
I l One candidate for c1erkI regularly the public school of the district S.e I*. Every Attendance- Officer are as follows:. and the seal of said Circuit dose of reforming a former deed mad
One candidate for treasurer. In which the child or chldr.1 r.. keep an .corat. record of all 'No. of Court-at Kissimmee, Osceola County. 'by sal dadmlnlstrator.
. One candidate foe marshal. side not less than eighty notices served; pro.ecued. Name Residence Shar. .on this th. let day, of Ftbru.u .crlbe real estate .In to
collectOr "" .n.a year between the ages of eight and and all other services p form.d J. B Hou..rkNarc.aa. a-.-... . D Jn7. .Il Cunt
, ; Thre. candidates" for members of fourteen years of each child; the periodof shall make an annual the Fla.-..,.**,- 3 ... :.u OVRSREE. I undivided one-half Interest In
:k Council for two years each, compul.o.attendance shall com same to tbs County Board of Public In.tructo W. H. Frank, N.rcoo..e. Fla.___._. 1 A* Clerk .. NW14 of SB l 14 StnI.* Townshlp1S
;. 'r _City Five members of committee I beginning of the school on blanks furnished'by the IN WITNESS WEREOF. we have (.Circuit Court Seal) South Rn.e.e 1t
ejecutv. term nearest to the eighth birthdayofeach of PublIc Instruction hereunto .et. this 10th day JOHNSTON GARRETT Also the situ at* Inf. .
' for. .one T._-ear...ra.Ufrltifcaeh I child and shall cover a perIod'ot In the manner required. of January,-A., P. SIlT As Counsel for'nantf.a' said county: EH) of IW"land SB"and
six consecutive and oftener demanded! the J. B. 8BU of BKH said
; parson desiring to s>.. 111 ; years thereafter, except when. .D HOUBln II. the
nsm.T printed on thT primary election aa hereinafter ',' : anty Bord" EARL rRAN In Circuit Cour for the Seventh u. purpose of .t.flnl a mortgage axeeuted -
, a candidate for any oi&y .f6c. i Bee. 10. lro".de . upon S.e I.U b the luty'.f all W..H. ,0 dicial Stat 'of Florida, by R D Lb"y, et aL .Walter L
ballot 'w
; .. the chairman ot. thisoommitte some other private, or principal and to cooperatewith la and for Osceola. County,1 In Chan Bass, Br.,on Ird lltl. '
; shall ..with on or before V.breary I'. 'church' for 01.ht7da". of.each year th* Attendance Officer In the enforcement STATE yLORTDAj.. r..A Stroup and R. D. Frank- Which Mach b* based
,; ,; of candidacy and pplisatlon 'during th* ae of lsht and of this law. To thla and It COUNTY OF OSCEOLA 8& ford. .0IP1lnat ,va.Tom B, upon th* petition for such-sale BOW oa.
, till. his notc. "I. earn. . printed of any child, mar .accepted loaree shall b* th. duty' of the principal or Qit thie 10th day -of January A. 0.beftfre .. .t.. .pDdeDt Quiet file In said Court , .
to to ba ,)bF lbs of attendance a local public teacher In charge of, every school. In lILT. .W. O. Kinsnotary title. .' To alwhontUmaureoncsm. Dated A. TX .
J'. .upon a blank this trnl.he ac. school; Provided that any.prlva which puplla between taeaWeot, elglU publie. peronaU7 I I appeared J. B.HOUatKR I a..arln'front I HENRY Ul.
ralf mIt.nd ** .r church .lo ".I.; for lao I Md ,Xoarteea y1Oe ..sastnsstef ,,JA ,FRANK and .W H the sworn Bill of D the. .-n BA
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'.. II. It. . . ... .i .11 . II' II II ... . . . . . . H'O Public School Fair Exhibits I

,.# Society Notes i "Elicited the Admiration* of AllNo I DON'T MISS THIS !I I

(Mrs. E. E. Well., Editor!) feature of the Osceola Fair plete bird of South' America
appealed map
more to the thousands of visitors some clever paper and color work .J The. Feature of Feature Films....The Picture of the Hour "

Request b made. to. all patron of the Valley Gazette to send item > or elicited more admiration from collection: ) of native woods, containing
them than the exhibit of the public twenty-seven specimens,. some carefully
; *f Society Events So tbs Editor for publication 1 ia these colnms. ; ; schools A.well-lighted section of the executed stencil work pretty pen LINCOLN LOVED THE SOUTH .
4. main exposition building has been allotted painting on felt, .. chart of rag rug
'J to their work and here the designs, and folding by the lit- '
), 'I"O'O M aitioniai' paper Rights-Corporation Introduces Winston
4..1.1..1. Feature
l county high school the city schools of tie folks, and well prepared booklets
... .. .00..0..0000000000. OOOO.OOO..O.. ..OO.OO St. Cloud and Kissimmee. and the showing bird life, animal life of' Af. Churchill's Great American Story In Twelve. j;
': O rural districts were all represented in. rica, agricultural booklets, and an 11-1 Wonder Reels Made By Selig. -
) : RECEPTION FOR GOVER'NQR.o..o.OtOo..t* DINNER PARTY AT 'COUNTRY well arranged displays. lustrated poem. I
1. 0 ", CLUB O Entering this exhibit, the high This displays from the rural di.. '
.. school and city schools of Kissimmee trict showed great individuality and
:OO OO.O..O. 'O .. occupied the first space. The work of attracted favorable comment= from the '
One of the most brilliant social each grade was represented by book. fair visitors.In ."THECRISIS"
vents of the season was the reception Miss Mildred Lee entertained with lets flied with specimens collected at the Union Center exhibit was a
given by Col. and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryanto an elaborate dinner party at the coun the' regular daily routine. The.ten- of native woodseightyeight -
Governor Sidney J. Catts Friday try club Friday evening at 8 o'clock, ciled covers were especially attractive varieties, well mountJ.nd ;;
evening at the handsome O'Bryan when plates were laid for the following and were worked out in class colors. plainly marked with the common
i:, home on Clyde avenue. guests: Mr. and Mrs. Seth Wood. Fine history notebooks were shown by names.! The school showed fine book.
,; Cut flowers and ferns decorated the ruff, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Fort, T. R. all the high school grades: lets and specimen of spelling. work. 'T
i rooms, yellow and white being the Cademas, Eugene Cox,, and Walter Notebooks from the twelfth, grade The Peghorn school'pupils have ?
color scheme in' the living room and Coble, all or Orlando, Mrs. Harry chemistry class routine and from the fashioned ,attractive paperweights
red carnations used in abundance, in Hoffman, of New York City, Mr. and eleventh grade physiology and labora- from curious cypress knees, and souvenirs
the dining room. ., Mrs. W. B. Follett and Mr. .O born. of tory work of the tenth received their from palmetto bark. Thy: displayed .
h The guests were received upon their Winter Park, Mrs.. Claude Lee and share of attention. The card .mount- specimens of weaving, rag. rug
i arrival by Miss Lola Lawler and prevented Miss Edna Schweikart. At the close.of crayfish and, grasshoppers preparedby making and pretty color work. '
to the governor, Col. and Mrs. the dinner the party motored to jhe the tenth grade biology class was From Finny Point, exceptionallygood 1 H ,
. O'Bryan, Attorney and Mrs. Milton I, Fair grounds for.the evening admired and along this line, Charles mounted paper work was seen in A Fascinating Romance of the North and ..1
Pledger, Misses Lucy Verner and Fan. Dann showed, as an independent ex- addition to the booklets and
ny Young were also. in the receiving OO OO OO O..O.OO hibit, a large collection of mounted fine sewing. maps South. A Complete. Entertainment of,Two Iv: ,.
line O 4 moths and butterflies, well arrangedin
Mrs. O'Bryan was gowned in lovely 0 BETTER BABY WEEK' O a glass case. Alligator Lake school added' local and Half Hours of Thrills That Grip With.
to their exhibit
t charmeuse elaborately trimmed o- a by mounting a
pink The relief maps In putty work were
in silver lace. 080404 OOOOOOOO H '.pY0 .0 very cleverly done by ,the pupils of collection .of kodak pictures of, their Intense Interest. t r:
: Their, mounted
I Mrs. Pledger wore a handsome blue the ninth grade.. surroundings. paperwork i i''
/ taffeta. _ Because1 of continued cool weather The Domestic Science Department weaving. fancy work and stenciling .
Mlsses\. + and. Young 'Were and' the:prevalence of Illness. were all attractive.;
, ;yemer among of-the schools was well represented\ '
F pretty, in' dainty organdie, combined; children, the .Mothers-Teacheri Club and 'showed stencilled -work? sewing, '"A"'unitU 'feature-of the: Shingle. A $ OOPO Cast PlayersMith. .,
with net. postponed the Better Baby Week until weaving., raffia work, 'helpful receipt Creek exhibit was the collection of n .I ,
; Miss Lawler wore ,a beautiful the first week in May. This is the books and a case filled with practical seed from the harmful weeds. Th-3se Thousands of Drilled AssistantsThe
e charmeuse pink trimmed with sil time set for it by the General Federation demonstrations of cookln..,clas. product , were contained in small glass vials , ,
of Women's Club, .so the club .. and mounted and named Beside the t
ver.Misses Louise Clark and Marie here will confer mto the general plan' In the eighth grade .exhibit, an illustrated booklets, the school showed specimens The '
Huddleston, ,-who presided in the din. after all. poem was, .very attractiveand of stenciling crochet work.and among Battle of Vicksburg; Fought Again,
ing room, where punch and wafers .. showed individuality.. the raffia exhibit was a fine handbag :. .Fall of Ft. "Sumterr. .*' "' f :' "
were served, wore attractive gowns of OOOOO'O'.O'.OOOOOto The physiology) booklet of the seventh - The Bassville display' included fine "" .
i yellow taffeta and crepe ie chine. + 4 grade was very good, as was also specimens: of wood carving: map Historical Incidents Actually'' Reproduced in Detail 4 \;
Fully one hundred and fifty guests 0 AFTERNOON. the crayort sketches and the maps of work, stenciling crochet and ..: wi!',;'. .. .
r caled between. 'the hours of eight anoten. .1 . ,+ Florida done in colors.A In the exhibit from Union. Centerwas \ "
O..tOO.OOOOOO..OO OOO.. product map of the United States, a small house'built by the boys Praised by Press and Public See the National .Guard of ,
shown by the sixth grade' was ''very of the school. The walls were decor- ..
: ... .0.00.0..000004.0..0." Mrs. W. L. Winn entertained, at complete and outline maps of North ated on the,exterior and interior and i in; all Cities and causing Ed- Mississippi: in action in the .
afternoon tea Tuesday, with these America and United States were fine. the approved shingle roof was made itorialEndorsement becauseit ,
MRS..MEETCII ENTERTAINS guests present: Mrs..8. L. Lupfer, Sr.. The color work of this grade deserved from the backs of school tablets. The '
t Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Jr., Mrs. Harry special mention. The sixth room represented a dining room and is great.. Battle of Vicksburg. \
.O".0000'C'0040'OOO.' Meetch Mrs. Anna Meetch From grade showed splendid maps of South contained 'tiny' furniture in mission
Mrs; H. M. Pfann, her guest, Mrs. S. America; unusual color 'work of the style, the handiwork of the boys and "
Mrs 'Harry Meetch was a charming Ragsdale and Mrs. J. E. Lupfer. fourth grade received favorable comment dainty curtains pretty rugs and table ::
hostess, Monday afternoon entertaining ; the writing specimens and runners, even miniature potted plantsin CASINO, ONE DAY ONLY FEB 9 7 : .
; the Entre None at her. home RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT paper mounting of the third were fine> pine needle pardenieres, supplied
I on :Mabbette street, when 'the hours I 1_ while the little tots of the second by the girl students. .This school sup- .!,: > uc3 s clAir LI ; '; .
were' pleasantly passed with club Castle Hail, Friendship Lodge, No. 10, grade 'showed a well-prepafed bookletof plied a fine 'assortment of canned ,
work and conversation. Delicious refreshments , their regular work -, products. A collection of arrowheadswas e -
of chicken' .salad, sandwiches Knights of' Pythias, In connection with the school display interesting, and their booklets 3:30 AND 8:00: P. M; .
coffee ice 'cream and cakes Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. lot"1817. ,' Elmer Schweikart exhibited appeared in prettilystenciled covers. .
were served. 'The attendance, were: In Memoriam: several quaint bird houses he had. built ,The Deer Park school exhibited
Mrs. Meetch,' Mrs. Anna' Meetch It having pleased Almighty God, in and decorated. booklets, and fancy work. New Eden SOcts.
Frain' Mrs. IL W. Mrs. L. II. SEATS 25cts 35cts AND
Near the
opposite entrance was arranged Campbell Station and Bassinger also .
His to call from ,
providence, us
Ingram, Mrs C. N. Paver, Mrs. A. W. among splendid exhibit from the St. showed booklets.
Bailey, Mrs. Milton .Pledger, Mrs. to his final reward, our beloved brother Cloud schools showing many attrac Taken as a whole the school .
)(. D. Alexander, her sister: Miss. May T. N. Ellis, therefore be it resolved tive features of their work in additionto was a success and it is department a safe Reserved Seats .Now On '''Sale At Osceola Pharmacy
Winters, and Mrs. Fryberg. Mrs. the fine note book made of
: That we bow in submission. to really up prediction that no county in the state w v
Bailey. will entertain at the next meet- 'di.penleth regular class routine. There was a will show a more attractive
Him, who in His divine mercy, .* original
,ing.. all things' after His 'divine Cloud realistic school crayon sketch of the-".St.I or complete exhibit this' year than, -did .Wednesday-rMary IMckford, 25c.'I'... ;' ..4.e .
building, a very com Osceola. KI"y
.. O.O.O..OOO..O..O...$1 1J. wilt. "' iii .. .1
Resolved, That we hold dear' the ;.

+ SOCIAL' ANNOUNCEMENTS' .. Memory of our beloved brother because I Women's Prohibition National League . .

.. of, his many virtues, his generous
'O' " 'O' " -- "
-. and kindly'spirit, his open hand **A popular and extensive movement< since, but has been utilizing the time ,

Thursday evening-The Pennsylvania toward the needy. I of rapid pace, .specially] in the campaign In conferring wth minister and lay
Soceity will meet at the Hart Resolved That the tender sympathies states, is that of the Woman's men. and women in the effncti"g!' : of
., Memorial. of this lodge be tendered his Prohibition League of America, with the preliminary rrarge-nenU for the S.tateB.a.n.k t
The management of the Graystone family and relatives, and may His headquarters at Richmond Va. perfecting of thin oro'pnlzatt: .
Hotel will keep "open' house" from 9 divine blessings ever accompany them The personnel: the' national l of It is impossible for' there:: ', '
to 12 p. m. A detailed' account of I and lead to a final reunion In the fice is replete with heroic and inter tary -to personally confer with every :
which will be given in our next issue. Heavenly' home esting stories, the history of every citizen; but it is tht riuest. of the of Kissimmee :
I8-Re olved. That these resolutions be, member'of''' which we have not.time field secretary, emphatically reinforced -
Friday afternoon-Meeting of the I spread upon the minutes WthtrModjjfe.; ; To delineate; but will refer for a mo by the citizens including clergymen
a Prohibition League of Am. ; and that a copy be delivered to the ment to the president Mrs: Georgia that every man and woman in
, 'erica, at the home of Mr.. and 'Mrs. family of our brother and be published May Jobson. I Kissimmee and vicinity. attend this The of the world :
:Sanford May on Emmette street. I in the Kissimme paper and that For twenty-nine Mrs. Jobson. meeting at the residence of Mrs. San. eyes ,
Evening-Miss Amy Makinson will the hall be draped in mourning for has been a !faithful unselfish, successful ford May on Friday (this) afternoon,.
'.!: 'entertain the members of''the Senior thirty days In his memory. and indefatigable servant of at 8 o'clock, when the organization '
class and the faculty at her home on ? F. CI BRYAN, the cause of temperance, and latterly will be effected for making"'Florida a the who L
I'' Lake street, with a Washington party. C. W. GRIFFIN, yielding to the entreaties of friends link in the great 'chain of national are on :
I. W.; J. STEED. prohibition.Dr. .
and the importunities of the hour, devotes -
Saturday-The Ladies' Aid Soctty. I her valuable time and talents to Crooke, the secretary for the
v l ., of, the. Presbyterian Church will : Heartburn, indigestion or,.distress the call for renewed effort in the temperance committees of the' M. E.
give a pie social and food sale at the of the stomach is instantly relieved United States-wide field of prohibi- Church South and the. Baptist A
a Hart Memorial from 3 to 6 p. m. by' Herbine. It forces the badly digested I tion.. According the, full mood of "churches! has invited and urged that
food out of the body and restores
local I branch of the Woman's
praise, and eulogizing the highest every
tone in the stomach and bowels.
iii Monday afternoon.Keramic Club Price Sold degree the older organizations, this Prohibiton League of America, immediately SAVEST
50c. Osceola
by Pharmacy
at the Studio. younger movement states that there after organization, come J
Entre Nous Club. Mrs.'A.- W. Bailey 'I Mrs. G. Wed"neey are not only hundreds but thousandsof into the .Dry Federation'of Florida,
W. Persons left
hostess. attending, its first convention (date
unenlisted men and women who ,
are .
I for Savannah Ga. where she will
Evening-Kissimmee Muse Club at waiting to.participate in the processesand and place soon to be determined), and '. ..;4
the Hart Memorial at 7. I visit relatives and friends. for a periodof engage in the activities of this with this powerful and unbroken frontto
weeks. .
twentieth century movement and take Florida for the right.
'' Tueday afternoon Kissimmee achievement. Gdv. Catts Writes: for a"moment ;
"Wornans Club will hold an.important I. Cored la 6 to 14 Days "I am a Prohibitionist, and will be young man, :
meeting at the Hart Memorial Build. : Tour dnnlrt will refund Burner If P4Z0 i' The national field secretary for the glad to stand -with you ladies in self. The .. :
"ing ,when. an especially' interesting :, OINTMKNT Blind.BlettHn Ian orPro to musical! program will be presented. I TIM... pplkatioa> ..lTe.BMC ud sew .SOc. arrived: in the city some time of the state." that confront "
It may )be; observed that the 'caption problems you now, or
of this article says. '',A Call! to '
tL L Ii/ Young Men and Women," but for that will a few years hence.Look .

.. f very reason the presence of the elder
.:.. .-'--;- -- '-:,.:...;;--- . -. :---rr----- onto I*_essential. . __ _,_ ,about of affair ia country, state, natiiye y,
'. ; "' '.' \ l'j l\" '" A sweet spirit of fraternity has *, ia the. world, are the men who started to save early ia life. i

,' ':'j,''' ';4R:/' ::: ; :''f, .. I ', -j ; & been and evinced women by of the other representativemen organiza \
,.. ./ \-i&'Lr , ./ They have the respect and confidence of the community. .
c. t
; \'; ., [:::> tions, and the keynote of the Woman's
] ,:...;(. ff', \, ",' CAUTIONI ." ",, -! o'.t.,,: Prohibition League of America is love. look the other side at the fellows who
'. ; < :.;v '' /II." ':\,rj.. Friday afternoon, three o'clock', .ake-tla.. nay have a good tins for. a. while, bat what does. their1 ',
:, .. ;, ; j''.' residence of Dr. and Mrs. Sanford reflect? .1 t '
' personably}
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/fl. '
.. : ".' ; -,. ;, .' /1" May, corner Emmett and Beaumont
,-' ." . streets. A dollar or so,.deposited la this bank.will be the

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: : Make year befinaint a.w-todar. Tear bilk a e
?. book' ,win pave. the way.Capital ,C\,

"In general, Peace talk: regard lest of the reception accorded it by' . A new industry has been opened in stock _. "__.__-___-_____ ____ ____ '$100,000.00 !, nr

If,,! the belligerent' nations, i i. a factor impelling business; men'to hubani this city in -the.shape of a mattress Resources eves '-------_______?.___.,___._ 4oo.0 0.OG "
1 factory by Messrs. J. PBlack and E. '

j t their profit; to safeguard their commitment, and to conduct t their '. L. Wise, who recently from Officer and. Directors: i
Tulsa Okla located
; They are on
"t business at conservatively I as poiliD' e."' v ' Darlington avenue, near the Gift C. A. CARSON President, M. KATZ and E. L. .LESLEY, V-P. ,
'. Shop where;their t work is attractingthe ).
It ; '.This i i. from'one of the best formed and ablest! economist in the. \ attention of passers-by to no little ROMA THOMAS, Cashier ,,, .
The of the concern '
.. owners
: .
BRYAN. N. B. ,
M. t.'l'
i have met with deal of encouragement KATZ
country. Think it funds in the a great .
overhand ,
put your_ C: A CARSON H. FLEMING. .. :
,'" : -- .. .. growing from. daily.the public-their New mattresses business ,J. WADE TUCKER, Directors.L *- ....,1' 'i.''J-

.' ;. I I1ft. are made, in all styles and shapes,. .
/ while they give attention to' repair I
,: L. work and they are displaying a new 1
r ; "'' feature in' their line-the folding. ' '
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\'I' Fall 1/
/ : i 'Captain B. S. and his daugh '
.BANK feather mattress, which quite nov A dry hacking cough is hard ,t'
elty. They.'say.that there are great ,. ter-in-law Mrs. Ed Hall and two chll- the lungs, of ten causing them to bleed.on 4
,- possibilities in the use of Florida dren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. BallaroVo Horehound ,Syrup Is healing "j,
; ,
: ', OF"IUSSIMMEB'-' moss in their line of work If properlyused J. ,Woodall last, week. when they balm that quickly repairs damage' J
and they expect to bring out visited friends and attended the county lag the lungs and aU.,....ces. -Prie* ,,: d
r 11 ." some interesting facts''in this connection fair. They .returned,home yesterday 26c;604, and |1.00 per bottle., ,Solei bP ,,. .n.f.,
In' the near future. O.ceollo.\Pbar na .

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