Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: January 17, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00890
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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f74: '-' ':t IN',| MEETING 'ANO;;; (FEED :AND ,slOCK :8011WAmpoch .. ..,1\;}:THE. .' -.' COUNTY. . .'----:' FAIR' CROUNDtik. .


1 Thursday was,.- gala:'day In Kisalmmee -land good felk>w.hip established. wil
.? >! .., "J.l"' ,and from moraine till night)I prove a strong element ta bolii.g ,
: the city DaIICI. merry in honor 'of the I up any endeavor of this county ,
visitors'to, the Florida, State Live C. A. Careen it.. to :
yean to come. ;, r
. Event' in ,the.' .Development'nd "" M&ory 'ofGrpwingrih LYvec 8to k lbsoeiaMon .
;: Making .. . in convention HVKV. \whom the difficult task of SIMIIISS!tllf
""t. 1he'Mayorproclaimed,, it '.. holiday. not only the state convemtbn hew
.tr Stateofr Florida 'anH ; '' tedsaj: / ioM imperative' business . but the Thursday celebration ae well. t
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the ) isceoia 'Kjft. icHkr.'Discussions bethelaid
.. : ,. : J ,., 'Genuity, : oseid''.' 'aside" all care. devolved, just at the last minute, and
'- ..Aworries
're dismissed andpractically his co-workers must feel
J; :Led ;Ibjr' Some of the $tropgest Men in: : thisJLine' of .Indiistry ,. the'' entire population, at the tremendous success highlygtatifed of the-
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: QM city ....mbled.t: C: the,. Osceola entire undertaking-and hare with ,
: County Fair,Grounds to view: the I the city, and county the pleasure of

p r \ in 103e1 united, States.i, .t. ,...;. stock ..._Iblt' from, th..nche..nd: i:having: been hosts on this occasion.
_' . ' . N farms of'Oeeeola, county to .test the 1 I
:.J. .1' aUMMMT rf. t..s..t mn Al 4/..htMn.'. OSCEOLA STOCK SHOWGRATIFYING

r ,; ?rb.( .......keete of..Klsilmniee- thronged. .,vet. the well-known pioneer'"men' cry one be resent a'tbe, convention .t'' 't ', 'Night'Session.; ** <* 'I id birbeene'and to amuse themselves ... SUCOftThe" ,.

wit} ) prosperous j aid ...uceeisfuV.lookX.j.I, er__ i-established the industry --'here meetingswhich, fully occupied$ .every %.JA 'veritable, treat was In stose foi'4roi with with ua' racing program, >(n keeping ,
'business. 'the-.Morgans. Alderman.;,,:.1-bhnatolUl.. I day and-evening as-well .iAn. 'exception present at the niflht liaalsn .*f th.ooaveti only cow;ponies : stock, "Iow' at the nimils"
Tuesday, '
:ing ,wen asthej: |Ba.- ?age.; and others,..n4 ett- :; was wad .of Tuesday"and;the the pran as, sjsn- County.* Fair grounds this '
,stock'growers' fronts in''overlbe stets:,ed that at the' -industrial ''census 'plans>>for that<.afternoon;,was carried, ., the .ellh..CMsnf* ',?, the nay was' a great ranged fo* the benefit of the vlahMg
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I .assembled in' the s.venth''annual''con.J j' tb.r.-were Pound to be. 100,000 head out. e = I..ntlon'for. the betters i stockohow*was a credit stockmen whe are attending -
.tIoaot; the Florida State ',Lt.. 'of" cattld' within 'the-wborden :of the '. withulmmlad4sand melodies. ; .; tern'county and a forecast of.an era state convention hate was grulify
".. ,.Stock ;Association; and -tb.k,! yellow?5.county.iHe said 'the, time was :.now 'out of town visitorsleft, the ?
. badges of the members of the organl-'.ripe;to'develop along mo re: scientific.'lines headquarters at 2Sband'mo4: ; ,.managing editor-Breeder's' bepanted options/I more scientific t 1t ...** Impv" the .breeds
d.;' ....uIDn and of. the'' Md ones, of,'th..! and he said the people here were tored about the city, then:out: alone Cnicejro, was .weU up to his'Ei. ft +'Ig Javens'was':; of catsfe_/ and hoes.
.s* ....... at ta*:eetlng, It were 'oShsiri-' 'frmtng..to' the.: poaveall_; ,1o\'hanI' th.hanroada'.to'pMnta.'O; i ettdlfte hearty'appftue>. I oherls 4 6psetiint: '. )The a.w. dw. .ri
r : ..... .tax every direction.:: .A'.number from tlalr VeHora.rmanyjf.f whom intereete a..d. aeighboring. .towns*. .On ... indi '..'th.. core i n.tioa'wftIa. 'war:;possibly' the =rn1 .
,> t ladies attended the'convention and sn,..f.eA"bt. trfetlteZds.liatew their,:return they, JtONiW't.;'at.' tbertanf .I.., ....... 0 -- 1 Minn auwi it was typi- had '
.'. too wet..th.m.mbeuibip' Badge.f '.'....... '.... tea. .'I\! j RolrweI Chi.1,Ai.'lveiay eeI'a" in keeping with !Ibit of tar. .eneoh. '>.
'.. \, . rr-to the .....teq'* th. o-* glad to. have *.* fy/gg?*** ov.n. for .......s'Bnllek, {'etM Stanford w.M. {.Weahhtg- ;y.of Osceola aaissd: Hsreef L aei. ,
, .at iserlngs.,.of* con., ons/, toe J ,. < "' gpr.e t the assisted by lira; JT..B..Cadel 5rs. ItKat ,P"" d .....:t.....talk" from all .,part.:Shet .
: r ," session was largelyattended: fvaauom JOTeon- ..... '.
.iiMn
.. .___hem la the. ttostaees. before desire that'they wouM feel themselves. swan' asdeth.es... '. ", ,..- '"A $ aome of.the .me QMr .. ..1'Dr.
........u.&Rd 'the subjects dealt at.nd enjoy:theittselves.m .- : r' l" tr.,gatheredfin;one *asoMsn . W. a..on. ha4. ..... '\
ry i.WHh. w4 Mifeetodrfrcju the[sUH.Vwotv I ,-$'- W. ,, Dunlap of: Green: ;Cov. .. HREa1NTERFS9: : ot0 bfc 0 iheJ cl .bwf. lean of ....... .. ...... ,' 'II '
.. sC *tv:tetft...eWwen ftiw.Tteri* 8tri0U! .-a.witty response irhfeh m sad m nork..eeelek .tFaettee:: : ..i ,a ,'
'' ,tonrJ...... Curtained by'the. KlsslmjneouConcen called, down -continued 'lauchtor' fromeould t' }!WEM HELD'1QtrttEDNESDAY* : mentsifiAlh'owe.t. petateee and.); k-i .;'t>therhibits '....... ......' ;" .-,' ,
1!.. Band :which: rendered a his, audiences .a..ldtJil.. *was 'an ed"beans and hot coffee.'" r \I atDuroejUraeys. eJaow. ....: ..
'; t :hort''.ragram-of popular selections, age of drafting, that he had'not 'volunteered -The"Florida.StaWtlve Stock Assoi: He' rMtisii:{: ,"_. like,It..all.-.__;tent W..Miller. and r.\R. :.FarmerJ Chaegedi. of Ooda, 3. I' .
: .4doahig with the.National.bymn.- for th honored positionhewas'theri elation "'continued,! ,its/annual;! onveavtiotf ;.the longor you chew the more then is supseme at thfc.boar, though" and cow Vamnst1viv
'''!fJ. :"Dr..-..'-.-Blackman of --Jackson* 'occupyingbW>> that."'.-had Wednesday : ;with 'Interest. feltMr, Storrs' said the' board \were. ably assietod," -,' : teaM r... f ,,,' ; .
' -r: UN'itee; dent-of,. tb.':'..'AwoclatIsa,i beear netMed ;fc.Va<< 'ban placed: jirnsbatted l hnesi felt they had bitten off .J table.were'laid In..the'Poultry horta.at. C. A. Cam. .' ,
", 'aUad the tneeting to order and..totrodueed !'on the program 'witOhe Instructions;i ., Ktunbers of new arrlftl "eo ' .than'they, could chew. as they e IIII i, building. and heaped up plates a, a h .....,; Jr '.
'w:; ,- the speakers.with .character- "W .win not aeeept',-' 101'.*..reply. tined ;to:.reach' the'"clty.:' throughout. wer, ,handicapped .for efflcient.vcterarians were ........to. the. hundreds of.peoi; 'Ii
" .,. ' ..... "'- ; .r., "j 1|'He aid. however.'t Jig. ",t.-aed years the day to'palticipate In the ....tlllc. who would& carry on the work. ,pie'as they,.passed the Natalabout and .Ch Wb.s ." .. ,. -
".... ..,.'L" HOOdett, ,.pastor:::of the],*go'that 'M"was 1Mt"pllbUe'.peakand '.'A strong sentiment I. evident in the Be told of the 'progress of the tickesnsteation then L on to comfortable '* wet, be larar** bi_ .: '
, ]N1>r.dMkurdt. PI'OftOuDoecl tIM'l1 related an .experience "when..Just msetfangc. favoring the '..matjwingsotgrass work,..o? the efforts t>o- the grounds.:/ -1. ; -r EdgewiW Farms bne. .- ,'.. _.
' ,;;.P. .tel' tn Jb. JD out of college .......Cervine his state and .the growing of: morel focage, wsjrhog; : cholera .control,,. .....' 'the I ,/The. 'Xtoshnmee'Conoeft, Band played ..... .., th.. .'JHf'"";
"'!' !a! "01'Dr, Dkd .... ;' wd..M. 'Of', fNsb' sod "speaking,. .'.Farmer's" crops;"the* .....Nd>number. sod iav-. Mttaken,toward stamping _t'to- their usual .stirring musicas:.tie aow, aM l litter f' -
... ,. ''t... ..' proved quality cattle more and '.people alhd .the, grandstaBd for ,theafternoon 'I .''>
,"" .' with. .-"Aau.tIoa.., .. .:;Onone .occ .iot ,while he sheep jeuleeU among dairy.cows.'' He stet :
'. ........ '. 4eeodiW' .was,aMletaiMr an bid-lad,.,.-.4;tlteI swine, eradicating tLe..:tkav' better k .at.,FlorfchTwas .rwwrfewr from > mess. Iry;one 'put. on $: H- 81ynL" LL UeJey. V4and Aw' f'
.r.e -' :to:> '''-' iwlti t|I the * the..Mat and WstoryTT the sTsBWUsl nini they celled, ... .
.... ,w.. toYt'laeIci .hs uk" nssdsdlegfcletton' ,eev fens>m Us wen '
i 'P.j.h". .'..,..' lA ..... cede,, M-n; laws relaMslM e.?5.7 <** \ r. SnvU .peri..t".i.DtNetor ..MMU'I. ,C. .'W.: Ward E... I?,; Lento se.. ...... a
of.die '..s..I.tioss. .rho'., by ihe name of founlap." .:.The' eari/part: of the. morning'was P....L sMfsc.was favorit speaker, and Sheriff' Ingram were', ins, chaMt. issaut of thia'
, Y. 'oa ,...... > m..doW'ft'.again.* ..Vhe devtfted; to the considerationT J"the who tU briefly of What Is being done and Insured fair pUyi'- . : . to theM wlwa r
.. .tAt..l.. toZtfce: Meeting.. "fob''I,w, heard him before,; aF (sheep. :toed '*!,,queltloa. ;* In I i' 'this ":;stato'to further:the intoresto 'J'abft 1 '..'a.W'IioIe. the day. will be "aaideavoaing' to buttd chfa litI" '
....,:'v'iT, >: -' )' ad she th- _1DCIIl, intof.ata '
stock
bs "wukt. o men aleng'betto lines
.FI..r.r..I Bxf I.. __ : YPIWDENT
3 > '. hec. .famna mn1.A. '".. ,-.J '- '" 'e'.' u ":-.l.CIuIt'-of..TsBihsssn femu : 1 ., . _r _ n_ ___ u
.. ; aaaila. '_ 1., > .. _, .f'( _. ' .. ; r. ansi of graasand --
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.. ones of ... _. : Be introduced, "" .'''''' ..Uchtvr.t.-: ".. ... .... '.Jo r Vlretsv'Jo grant-was the 1
%r Dr.'.Black *" ... "a''former;seas. ilr. D alQtOoIt ''*.. W'IIircJe.' .. ., Ma'aM'T! ........... ...., ;0."_,"i in.....gehs I 8 lf' 'tsiktga tbat.ata. '"
LEIMfl
.. J_, .bMhr.gro... l............'for 'his ;theme,1 S; 'and .*.* a .strong r IMt braneh.of the eattUindustry +.tfon after ..' '.'
-F W.tIiiee oocpet&oa.as: .u --.;tw',,....,'.....,....... .,.. of ji.rlda'cvering.. every.''till President, 5r'Mbd.... !.A\ i
round ... sa svhi; she,. .thai, a'Relent feed for the calves. and Stoth. 'phase of present conditions and,ungtng to'ce tthue-... :; to
'trOOd, ....1. ... Miaalf. biedd: ; .- ...... c.-. fee attention of',NIUOnreU: as. ,.iromna business pxtenslvely,' ' "" .' Splendid tolfcs by, Dr.j H,A.'Log n TO THE r 1CIII' : j
.. .. ; \ ..At the.close' of 'the paper'a, w4d .of Gainesville, and' : E. :
.. .. INM at .. ..and...... ho ...- " .. Dr. : L, ;LyotosFlshofllshnnsaaj
tlttn:JiIO dO bl 't that. '.he ntp.Nd r -..._ Are of we.tins. were'asked and asvssieted .and, Qr.: ,of the :
' . .......> ." MIl Qiitu..pis I" dUfered -- --., .
. gId Jacob of fill .Mio aadj j a/a/1a, aM t.r ya.Lm
,........ "'a the abMt aw.0a e d qdi sstlea.. If.res. .,_ ......... ..k" nsn.d to bit sh as = tfIW .iJr., .. -* .... wet tin; .: 'fines :
,r ,' : f .... without -.. 1Afe ..INaw ..Wl USfW ..-.e:................ sad ..... an Tbs dkyusaa .'..iI.' .. ..,". ..be, .MtdsEM. .p.psFr.a.; j .. ,

i \i. about weadl "....... ... 1&.... evil. .... Ii graa her*,' OtatiesCar- as .;; '';": . kNchli ikyry.. tiIU .. "'..
J .* ea an .. Ida onosi .ttatiMsM-: ,UMsahratton Ct: 1 attl.rMMt.Bprtbo1omew I..'E.the visa. a ..... ....
, para-- of the oattio inS/aepeeially :than ._ .= Ran topic, nM : a'. weeid.-wsr\.ias.,1 1 in mar.aitude a...... ausuPsmanaM ni, .... ..
"" story-of; eJaeobgg .familyTotlllM / th.'northem.port.tee.-dab.' .ta .. trade ,& strong;......'for the:;maintensMue the speakers were .women' ... 're ted ...,ferocity! Mto which we had. wva programs and. Incra___, ....r S
into it the history-of Pat 1m ln. speafcW'of.theWt. to"XiselmImee of-BO ore .flocks'as',an ;;economic personal experiences.-*.' J. D."Raa. been plunged.. :Todaythis. b\U'den',1a\ He.spoke of the;"two ..*keen" of?
' ,Johaslon's ;visit ;to Jacksonville! lass.year. .,-he said MiteaieHoiy: had Aoenmade Moature idfor'-noother. ttylng; 'A dull.of Lawt ,who,....- made a pronounced gone. for the war Is we. .; our soldieca ""e:association
.>and:'askmg.his>brethren-, in the, ..to eol lihsj imap aalusine. and number of;speakers'. ba.'-ury.d'th. success 'Of'.farmingthoughtakenup have 'achieved a.........and complete. &wiae Growers' Aeseeiatlonsadt'1Fktriia :, '
; cattle"business to come. down:'to'the .,that they eKouM now isXi. !**.the.onventlon .. need-of mo a...*:.DeI'beitet. grass.Tbe as.a.diw..Ioft-; .., W.F.: victory; and the caue of Justice; free. State. Dairy Association, and '
I.' .wast*,'plaees-of...the-'state should Blackmani"wh direct the. work donr.asddemobn..,Me been saM that.
.land of Goshen out were, on -the,occasion with tbe spirit of Bett4ng-- ; ; on generuonsly while the record was a good
of this convention.? '_' lerything', out of 'it' possible and : .., her seeded to"grass but the expense of the ranch during;the abeenoS'Af, Dr. v.....ted.:; ,fehe>sure we still,. :' were. yet only)) beginning
I .111',1 Carson said'the .pleasing task:,making it 'the.,beet 'convention over" : clearing: <<'.the*land and; cultivating )it, BUciwnwCwho WM>. said,was fcftaeing race meay grave anal perplexing'prefe.. I.--- uaefulneaa., '...
'It.. befaUea him of welcoming-them held in the fcfetory.of the Auod t1on. I wool be prohibitive at this point;but the till, and their sons whine lems-as ,does' the, whole' world the .'. present,, membership. ; iii. said,'
'.to ,stfseimmee,*in' Osoeola-county, one I I'I -The 'presWen ".addr..e :; by Dr. why not accomplish desired. results by deavoring to'che.'the'H' Miss twin '''Opectres! ; famine and anarchy: ,numbered four hundred, and should,
of the best eattlf sections In the state>1 Blackman all that had ben::."- I gracing,, sheep over these tracts* The May Morse,'assistant home I'demonjrtratbn are.,. stalking'",abroad. : in' ; be-increased to'sj thousand at last;' "
.for some phases of the.industry ticlpated'I I I by''bis 'admirers.-who,'were sheep would clear the land of undergrowth .gent;.'.of Tallahassee-r I (rand the reconstruction. df the social" eco'.He*.continued,,:"lhsh po;i;It ,Is i folldr
., : Mr. c-n'reriewed .the-history of, pleasantly..looking forward to; hear-I ; they, would trample! in 'the others. *'. . > : nomle and industrial fabric of;:American -,ltour that,we. are) round:-to'the' 'cut
seed.:-{and it, has been 'proven'.thatwhen This session was verrpular with life'will tax to!the utmost'\the''
jv.-lU etU.'buein.s,. her., briefly.nam- .ing him again.'; : ; epoch of:our,eariel"fn: this town >of I
grass seed are sown and trampled the convention and'the-applause'T; wisdom 'and patience'.of,r our.''"people.,Kissimmee.. long famous as the '
gstar
: .JCDEECH ;OF"" C.: A. .CARSON: .JRr -' ;;" -und.rfootctbe .best stand Is ,obtalned Aided by the speaker was hearty and BlJt.\let"1I. toot"doubt. that 'we shall I I f dot, the cattle.industry of FloridSletus .
, :7J., ) and'inplace; of.expense. you generous. Mra. 'Marten rAv Horwit. k> !equal to'th. task, .. we W ere'equal pronounce the name as the WHansdoi ..
"' :BRINGS : would fljmre'profit.\ '.. i mayor of Moore Haven; was unable. to to-CWl tta.kr! : the:,hideous war thrust'' Kiss-immee,' and have, what .ourr' '<'.
/ .=t. : . :LlVECY" ,DISCUSSION '. The homing'wa.'given;over to six be presentbut sent a' messag*. ,which upon usj alrunpropared ..;we were. |Methodist brethren a lav* feastHementlened "? ,
"" i' afternoonwslen deviated be home- I minute talks-of 'men; representing was read by.the president. .' -- 'HV'spoke of. the convention'as the.1 I tSC. wall the. first .msst- :\. tI ,
I. : : produced at ,
...dpie't: )'le li.Diek.j work of 'the .''various, cooperatlveeagencies i- The night session was"devoted entirely seventh-annual,meeting. :which,.. according"to .[,ing-when the buhW bast basn<;tevJtod
: that th.inftuence' ;
: printed :pro..a9)ur1L! :, : ; urged :: t the led by W.'R. Storrs, .who 10oreident.'of'8t.t.Lirs I II to the study of cattle tick eradication - scripture, is a perfect)Ito, be present and partMnnto ba the
'.:_' "Jtattlitn.y dalry:( husbandman Of the:;meeting might be in favor off.?* milk I '' (StockBoard. with Dr.. R.' A.Ramsey,,'Chief number"making-the- completion of aj program[ 'which.-wlU'bs) an en>sn of,
w s,of Animal! "Industry,' dairy can at every'farmer's door and a return .'! : Tick' Eradication Diri lon\ Washing. cycle. Ha referred to the past effortsof future progress.'.'t,, ' .f '( '
% ..'. Washington had been de- Bream' check from Florida'screameries. Mr. Stone began hT. saying the ; :the'association t9 interest '
fr f ."! ' ton; 'E. K. ;Midd4 ton. former president : stock j I Mr. Blackman then'' passed to ..,. jjj
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and hadnot? yet arrived In J JiichonviU :nt.de board he"represented'felt somewhat ,Southern;>CeW*_) n'. "As *cia-i ." 1 I.weightler.subj.ctscalliag. : the apes
'- sJ nmee.V r to .' .J.1. Logan of : 'a 4s the, young'man.from' the',country tion, Pocahontas r Missq'and Dr. E..M. urged,to>adopt;the 'following, i laws' tlon of the convention to three mow
\ ", ? A.Carson.'Jrs.ddrsss;- on the strong talk 'ion the need of grass andthe' did when he ate an oyster for'the first Nighbert Inspector > fYI.
meharwJack- !
.. .-reeultofthe: cattle raising' bush Mandatory'cattle dipping'Uw for er* ported that body'sact\ eup-,
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' ..r f'cattle 0" :the rangcTi' I time and was asked, how he liked It.OFFIGERSEtECTED'. sonville. adlcatlon. of cattle',ticks.. In' Infested by ; "
{ ..-.wu 1IMl4fefinnd and to the point;I inessflhat .would-eom/'should<< a'DOrefadequateWppI7'Of I I.I The first the'need f'uw ,0:
.. : ; areas; Creation of a State Forestry point was o> '
.
this
lead be
i obtained
-.ncl.. substantiated his .I NltRESO. '
claim .
to hi.introduction'by laws
,
; Commission Bettermark and brand or amendments-to laws Jar fane
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eaviaht '.
:: : Dry.Black-i laws with re1 1"f"1 a .t..wtde. *. nl..
: ; the .Fat.m a chattel mortgage law o Fy p.t'pinglawabettorbrand ,
IUD.':... .ca. '.worthy. .aon/pf' a;.worthy Wij1MrTiaereditoi'of> ; -, ,LOTIONSPASSED' ,IN CLOSING latinr to live stick:Special licenses for' ; and ....... "
.ate. .
I law and a-revised ,chattel I ''
not
Appropriation for less than mortsjage
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; Mr. Canon 'went Into,the 'subject M clo.ed.the' oston.by'speakind' .in behalf rTh.,' Florida 'st .'U...Stock Asso- elation. '.. .. $200 000 to the College of Agriculture .. -
L 'Jreaent.n., ..conditionsverythor; of 'the. department' men, those ..tin which had '' ;'iiJ i".'TIe... .'oho ,
working in.the Interest of,tick" l been. In annual convention Perfect' harmony prevailed'at, .the ind.Expericent nt station during the comng -' :>. : done,
eugMy.andwhile'sewral of 'those of cholera eradication \ in-'Klsslnuaee': i Tuesday sand session'::when::the. time:; .arrived to .it > tnonnium for development of ;anl-; along the"line' of .OJti::;'tQ'-: ',;
sjsestnt took'issue'-with.him; on 'aome ,, hog ,.radicatlons'etc Wednesday, .dosed 'oneof'" the'bestmeetings namethe/men' who''should prealdeOYer map. husbandry investigation. ,.as to .tog.ritls *
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yefots. he'l was;able: to' maintain ..his Many of these' men; hastated are in the history of the organ ,the activities of.the organisation - grasses'/and forage -crops iTo ad >nany sb .IIe .Si a'
jto.IUon..la closing-his talk he dwelt leaving 'the trait" :OD' T<and guide it through the comingyear upon ageodee engaged In bog;'cholera urge.itM.reUnm: t of ,... . =
i *M the:line 'of devrttipment toWhich' andPlee; .' aome a4.vana.ds"mad.by election*of other routine it feature of the. l.w.aacI
; officers.land ; and was by a unanimous' vote !fOOtral.and.toctmen :'ofthe', state web the dip-
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k .Florida'ranges may look for.greatest -tha>, government, business: ; ,, "! '" that Dr. 'W; ,F; Blackman'who-has that work be carried on withgreater piaao-ot'eeWe .for the'.,.. ..,_ of,, ,, {
advancement' at the':Present time that more of them. wouid'b. forced to seek !-The ptt..ndanee,wau'not'so'largest wrought C'se much progress; ,' raising grade,'calvesto be sold to morepayinsr employment He:railed }bl.'. seventh'.-convention' as'bas been stock-industry in ,tbj*state, was'tw .of aU.concerned,; ."' mete thrOwcbClGt-the.t .. : y
'. 'cotton sectionswhere. cotton ratsIng -' attention to the' fact that there was no /previous/ meetings;;ofjtheassociation ,: turned to the{office'r.of' praeMent.:' I "That it gives Us pleasure..to L'tender .Is by, far j the more, effective end the: ; 7
r is .benvrsupplemented ;byfeedarrowing. strike. among; this class vof: men' ;. but ,''owing "to sickness andthe'- flcuHf'of .'..Other otAeera'.... as:foBowss the; appreciation of the wi.itbgmorn. cheaper wayj) TIM State Live Stock ern
tii ....J This, .,Mr.* parson, stated, they would-work'as'Iong' :SLS possible ,*'vi>eaehln ? Kee. aurae. from !etc Vice Ptesidant-J,' C.; CbartttlU.Oeala. bers of the association. td the good peerfe -' Board will..ask for'such' action,by,the. .
ro 'was an avenue-of-prelt within reach and tbengritbnttbe'people: would; a--distance,. but: ,the comprehensivepregrsnTcoverteg : -', : ". 'of JEUssimmaer especially the local I legislature., and I ,hope that sfaong
of the cattleman: today,," end shouldghlia be'th' heaviest loeers,1 and that scientifi -' many phases of the gad Vice-Presldentr-Pat: Johaston, ladies,'committee 'for' their .generous reHllItIon to'the name.' jRet.wM,be t, .. w'peered
be' ': : stiH 4' advancement along many Indus- stock *"' "* attbb meetlsw, ani'that: ..' a.
:. toprovod j' ::,1ook1..l10.- -- ''" industry of Florida. was carried .Klislmmee. hosfstality-and' eatertainnveni duriae '.
F ;ward ,to more'visionary. reaolts..A. ,.He'said trill'.".. ;wosdd_ be.. ._reUrded.. oat In 1U enttretar. and a'vast;'amount 3rd VJce-Prcsldent-rZ; ,Oj Herlong ouroMar.wHh them: (TMs-was emlAaeiseJ < committoe win..be'appomtod to.press'-, .. '
: osuy the'tick '-quarantine now t of good.w111.:, without do'IIbt' ,-} iate Micanopy. "L' >y-a .riata."YOte.)':V To-: the the matter .upon the attention 011.tIi.. e'
stood to'l the;'way', of 'working'along<;I AUTOIRiD6AND I "4.O'CLOCKTBA.Lilwwn front th..... all parts'of 'the .4th -Pmtdent--II- ,t.. :.Lykes,' news papel'l of the state for their.soti's. Senate and House.,There !III.. reason
t this line and that by the clues of..ltlt i ,. .." pleasant; ; social,.courte stoto. a. the vbItiag dlsatatrtarg. J and. wruahr.ap:, ....... (given. the why.Florida should not be wholly. and "a
the 'aattle.tick in'*his seet.onwouldW j ...the to thohr homes 'O'; ; ;;;"*' -I live.(stock d't- -, iI forever freed. Irma,,the series. and
Ilk. .b'b, a thlnr oI tb. : '. :visiting thteweek ladies- '"who -.-"--- the; nude: feaMrf of':the Secretary..;;.a.:,W,..,.... "The*'.msmbsrahiB 4ue .be {incraaa-- mischief due to .the' ticks, as then
.peat;a N
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TIle eGI! 1t .enevatfa, one that; all **. . .. *er year' bagtenlng JuaUJ'.I. ,
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....., 1o.n.\ .ih.4 ..... $ .ndtpg the state":.convention other.topcs. In",lMnorto e was.*. LtVt l JL,I.W1tli .Coutt, /w-'' ' 'J' opening the way far the Jsielspment
1 .1 ....... :-bee ....rs&'1. ... ste. of the FWri4aUv' i tock: Aaaoeiation pI. ... ...- given toe,needed, a- J. - ".... ors- -. upon 'OfdeIaa'of the*State- of a mngnMeent cattle Industry .herebettor
relaUng experiences< t.and giving were the auto lids and tea at .tem.-m.re f adequate laws: governing JaokltaavUle, ';.her. .... ..' the Country.:. Cbjtk Tuesday evMnrnoon.Mrs. .cattle e"' tick radtoation, mVrk:. 'andbvantf made-' an .efort'tbroogb _x_ for ear .Ms of fat beef cattle. follow as the day fat-.
ii (}Conetadiag... afternoon. programwas S.. H.. BvJDdek *&4 Mrs, BL C. laws and 'chattel .mortgage the meetbHT', to, lure the..aaaedationto =S s net thnsaie of poetcard tow* thr ttigbt"be'o r
. a round able talk by J. L. Stanford' had'been apVolntod ohalrmen lam that dty for.the next convBtioa, slowing : -b ek begs, rat- d spikeof the anda a good ;
.f.:1Iart.hololD.: .. of Galloway, followed to arrange suitable entortaln nentc forpaanad was emphasised in the annualm but' Orlando won out when I ..... JCsiishss. piney woods cattle and al- and mark law nbittvl
r .. .". L, _P. Diekk, t n r1" ef tilt the expeotod guests' and had. ussgs and then brought before the to alm vote. sadism It.- 1 llgators feastinr on olekannies and mortgage law for the purpose of en-
.... Tesuts of 'l'aaM.. . DIcY' kz a diversified.- program for. each day convention MOM for 1Itil7' in a care- will he hesj la that orM. nnnn chambers of commerce and eouragisg cattle loan coMBanlsS and
" .II ... of the convention. .. ... visitors fat? tb.rgbt out ssMVOKW M el* tUw tfW Jf Tns 8.m city. otMr/aMe organisations to cooperate ............. ". ."
. ,taw of chi ., ?bSs NhI9'gr arrived the secretary of theassocia George M. Ro .el ciW of the Animal adjuiirnmont. the 1DMtJ. against distributing such destnse- '. ."" ,
... . tion requested tfca Mies to; recall 1Ia"' BureauT ... . ...... by iaeiuios strongly . tine e .... .. :} -;.. .;:
..,;_t f.... 1 their. plans, askhig/'thatoa; And ev-. and by & le.M1d 'tM iNo- urgl: "That t.m IsypstnjnV-bs. ,;::t..f.: ,..,';

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J wire. and the .:orpo-ral'pounced on hl'm j "
like 'a cat on a. rat, and brought him I HAVE been 'using'DoccorCald-
back a prisoner, under heavy machinegun
1 I : for bravery.fire. He was Several awarded things the like D. S.that C. A well's Syrup Pepsin for more than

I have happened. The ordinary American seven I believe it"Saved my little grand- 1

Citrus Fruits an "Essential Sickroom Requisite;" out a scrap soldier, and won't the Germans surrender know with, It. daughter's years.life, as she ,had such terrible spasms,

They wont think of fighting you unless -
they have you outnumbered*then caused by the condition of her stomach, untilwe

I C Prescribed of all ClassesWhile if you look like you would p'ut'up a thinks .
Freely by Physicians determined< fight they will either run gave her Syrup Pepsin. Our family

or surrender. There is only one dais' Caldwell's '
of Germans that will fight and that there is no remedy like Dr,

grapefrut and oranges have long been (favorably; regarded for if the machine gunner. They will for the stomach and bowels."
J stick to their guns like a leech. You Syrup.Pepsin .
their health-giving qualitie', it i is only the recent that their'use .
very years
( have to pull them off the gun at time /From a letter to Dr. Caldwell, written by\
:, ,,0.. in sick rooms has become general. before they will quit. .. I Mr. C. F. Brown, 10U. Garfield Ave, I .
I After the little incident of the ear V Kaofss City Mo. J4U.
I Comment on the splendid results obtained from the 'hberal consumption poral, the captain wanted to see how MMMM M MI

.J ';and ha. become 'noticeable (feature of medical journals the men felt, and passed the word .
of grapefruit oranges a down the line, "Shall\ we go for. 'Dr. Caldwell's ::
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p the .editor of ons :of which refers'to"them as "essential sick' room re- '.ward?" ,The answer he got was "We "
will'fro as far as you want us to g>."
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-,";;;;;/ ",: ", ,.'. Another says that ".* '''a remarkable thirst-quencher in fever casthe:' ' men tcrmine, decided the exact to withdraw conditions to the of'font HU Syrup Pepsin .;

i r"iii;:::.;,''\ I. '. orange now, ii established a* possessing certain curative' properties,' of 'at .. 'of the hill and reorganize, and try.it ,

1 '::j; ':i r. .: ''.ii .,. least, positive relieving powers in cases originating (from what is known a*" ,again killed,and so l he three did.,men lie,lost two one officers officer ',', The. Perfect Laxative' . '

.(',: ",: j .a', : cold.:" '. wounded forty-seven'men. Just as we MSHSSSSSSSMB> BilWMB
cached, the foot of the hill \
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." ,:" .' '. A third observes that "orange. are being generally prescribed for sufferers our second dose of artillery fire;',but Sold by Druggists Everywhere ,
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r;'": i\\\:{' t\\\ ':'" :,;'. : for influenza as oranges.;' Hundreds of( other poke of! the healthfulness ,ofV l down into the dugout and phoned inits
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t {, ,;\tyI1.!. :',;\."":; "" < '" the' available supplies of ,lemons-aiid distributed them 01 to the people. and tried again. bu!:; was it is gentle in its action.... For a free trial .

;" '..; :: 'r., . All ojhis( i* of( the greatest significance to the citrus growers of Florida. I and again: we held could up not by machine get any !gun artillery fire bottle send your name and address to Dr. W..B.: .--

; '.': ', , \ .:Since men and women will be sick as. long a* ,time last, anything which helpA help, iso he dug in and stayed them 'Caldwell 458 Washington St., Monticello, IlL
y until the armistice caught him in the ,
,' ," ,"< '- 'them get well mus{ be in demand in proportion as its virtues become'known. same place. -
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': '.,,"' Owners of land adapted to citrus culture never (before( were so fully justified With some few little experienceson U f Y
.' patrols that night, that was about o'clock; as the to; ; : Into the line. However,';for the next three
,. ,' '.' in planting all the trees they can find place for. If of ,the right kind, from a all the experience I had of fighting effect then. I still have that scrap hours the fighting of all kinds .was
"h.'; t y dependable nursery, cultivated and cared for in the proper manner, tree .- with the exception of the night they of paper. i very heavy the regiment on ray left
" < r, investment. \ shelled the town I was billeted in, Later we learned that If we had suffering the most; it was almost
't", ", :,>*..\ + planted. now will prove a mighty .good- k ,; and believe me, it is enough to last mea gone a few' yards further the enemy wiped out. But promptly at 11 all
: .;, ,;, : i time. machine would have mowed .
life mini us firing stopped and everything became '
The Catalogue is complete guide' "
Buckey a Ho '"
". '" : ;: citrus'L, LIEUT. IRA H. BEST. down instead of the boches. But a quiet. -
f. 0,.' culture and will help you a* i it. has others. Send today .,,:,::' ', ',, I bunch of boches would. have hit the The quiet and 'the- candle burningat
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,, ) '", for free &;i"y" ), Lieut. McCaughen reached France u* night do not seem natural, even to '
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'., / ,, :', ... copy. '1ff." ;".1I'l' with the 31st (Dixie Division) sometime We fell back a few yards to a small one who had only a few days of the
," \11. yR' V :1'I.\ \; in October. He was sent direct ridge, and believe me, these boys were other, and some of the men still walk
:;;:4 !''pi,) ,f'! /' Buckeye Nurseries ..,' ; ) < .\... ly from this division to command Co. not sorry as' there were no officers easy and talk low. .
o .. .' \ A of the 32nd:! division, then at the and only about twenty-one men of If peace is declared I do not know
... .. .' ,'I-' M. E. GILLETT D. C. GILLETT '/ front arriving there on November 7. the two hundred and eight men of Co. II"
', A left of those who first went into (Continued Page Three.)
r. .;- 1134 Citizen. Bank Buildm'. Tampa, Florida I received Following by friends'extracts here last from week letter: _ __ ___ _n __ _ on __ __ __ _
France, Nov. 12. 1918.
I Just four days ago I reported to
the Colonel of the 127th for duty
Represented by whom I found in his P. C. dugout.We .
were so close to the front that
W. H. BROKAW there was no lights and my guide .
and I both fell in several shell holes Will Sell Shoes
Watkins Block Orlando, Fla.. \ before t locating him. This was' about .
,: 8 p. m. At 9 I reported to my major
and at 10 p. m. was put in commandof
Co. A and after falling in a few
more shell holes, crawled into a dug-
. out with a sergeant and bugler-wet, Only For Cash .
4. muddy, and no lights At 2 a. m., :
'call to arms" was sounded and we
started for the front, yours truly in
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command of a in which he \
I was going to..concealtd from view company .
did not know officer At
an or
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lit LETTERS FROM;OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR BOYS I I at dismissed the time by the tine runner poles in and the ground.I startedout at daylight 9 a. m.we, my received company our relieved orders what and This !is to notify my friends and customers that ..after thi*' date

shoes will be under circumstaocjs.The
charged to .
across no-man's-land to find the left no any;one any
j was of another company on the ,1 ....
i The following lea description of shelling it with both shrapnel and companies. I had passed through the front, line. (There are no more J'
going under fire by Lieut. Ira Best gas, so I had to leave the car and artillery fire; it was now all behindme. trench systems-the men just dig in'' government bas fixed the price of SHOES 'for all grade,
66th Infantry: make the rest of the distance. some i Everything was comparativelyquiet whenever their are stopped.) By this
It was the morning of Nov. 10th j I I two kilo on foot. I managed to procure in front of me.. I could distinguish .I time we could not speak with each and the profit will now be too small to permit selling them on charge,
1918, when I received any first orders a runner and started up. The the put, put, put of the boche:?,(Other for the shell fire and I had become account. 'a. ....
j that would put me under fire. Two first part of the trip was through an machine guns with the brrr brrr. brrr I I used to it, as they had been 't .
field. After the of our automatic rifle in answer to whizzing over our heads and.{ burstingover : . '
hugging grounda
had '
companies' attacked a hill on the open '1
the challenge' the boche machine,: us for some time. My company Our Stock however will be / the ,
extreme left of our line and were be. few times more than necessary on kept fully up to usual standard, .(":
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guns and the crash of the Enfield as ,was very as 'only a few
ing held up by machine gun fire. They account of being unused to the sound the gunner would take a pot shot at; dropped out, but the companies on and we will continue to handle a full line of the beet quality Shoes '
had sent in report of their conditionand of the shells, we reached a heavy .
some suspicious looking place. I|the right and left had suffered heavily .
asked for artillery help. We wooded hill that was quite steep. It It was not until I reached the crestof also those in reserve, for the for Men. Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage., j'yl:
r were unable to locate their exact position ,,was through these woods that I ex- the hill that the, bullets started t)"both" shells were falling in back, of ,. "I j .,":;"
i so as to enable us to give them perienced my first real shell fire, for when I was forced us now. : ,
coming my way
h the desired help, and as I was the only the Germans were shelling them un- to get down on my hands,,and knees; I'I I At 4 p. m. we were to go over. andI '\
Mason officer with the division that ,,mercifully. I was beginning to get and make the remainder of the dis sent out a patrol, but before they
$, was not on duty in the field it fellmy I more used to the sound of them by tance. I crawled.into a friendly shell could cross the open (no man's land) H. C.STANFORDCO.
lot to go to the front and locate !II this time. I could tell fairly well hole which in front of us, the "both" machine
already occupied
was bya
the exact position of these companies,I Io when one was coming close though sergeant. About the first thing he guns began to talk very .fast and as
as to give the artillery the neces-1 11 I expect I 'dodged several that came said, was "Why don't they give us they had no chance to dig in those ,
vary data* to combat these machine no where around me. After leavingthe some artillery,.support?" It was justas that were lucky fell back to our line
guns. and entertained the "both" until
woods We came out on\.another if the Germans sould hear him, for
It was a bitterly cold the field that after dark, when we advanced about
morning I open j sloped gradually up we got artillery boche artillery and
air was heavy and damp with ward. Over the crest of the hill I two kilos and received some reinforcements ,
occasional then some. If jt had been uncomfortable -- - --- -- - ------ ---
rains, as I started up the mat. could see another wood. Over there before, with the machine guns. with on order. to go over UUOO ". OOOOOOUOOOHOO.OOUOOUOUH. .
ter of some three miles in a side car. where the boche, just behind me, was kicking dirt and rocks in your face !I at 7a.m. P
I heard noise
) and read
In a few minutes I reached Thiau- our line, and in front of me was no- and singing over your head so close'''of some more
a lot in life but I
(court a small French village on the man's-land, all pockmarked with shell you could feel the wind from them,"'' the my real thing'now was believeme experiencing
bolder of Loraine, that wus under holes, and marked by broken lines of it was doubly so now. and.
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I am. glad I there.
continued shell fire. At the time I barbed wire entanglements. Out Five boche planes had been flying I got
I During the night the men .who
reached this village the boche were there somewhere were the companies I serenely over our lines and as a '
not too cold
were or on duty slept R. S. FLOYD"S :
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dropped, then it The ground
-- --- -' --- --- --- came. I I in shell holes etc. At 7 'a. m. we : ,
Oo- *-=-= t.HH+C O>tO O< < < tOo seemed to be alive with bunting'started over. A sergeant about 20 .
shells. Not satisfied with that gas, .feet from me got his first, then a
for now was the unmistakable odor t'shell' hit directly in B Co. P. C., and
Our Boys Have gas, mustard gas, at that; the worst,bumped off seventeen killed and '
() "Cleaned Up" of all gases, the only gas our masks I'twenty wounded. Everyone and everything ;
were not a complete protector, for If was working now and the
it got on you, it would burn like that I enemy.was less than one hundred and and .
The Kaiser The Hun and much fire poured on you. fifty yards from our line when we '
And still\ those five planes flying received a message "Halt attack and
1 around and around so close to the dig in where you are." The little runner
ground, you felt like you could hit who brought it was sent to' the K
German Autocracy! them with a rock. Still they dropped hospital. A few minutes later a paper .
signals and the artillery fire wouldincrease message reached me (which the Fresh Meats -
.. in its intensity till the air Colonel afterward said saved the ..
was alive with shrapnel whistlingand lives of my entire company) and that '
the order to cease firing at 11
singing like a thousand demons. was

A Wonderful Achievement thick The one shells would were wonder falling if so any fast one and' is FOR COLDS- -AND GRIPPE

left alive, and all through it the :

funny sergeant remark at my as side he would would make turn to some me DOCTORS ADVISE Phone 176 302, Broadway jl

with a grin on his face, aa some shell
Let us now "dean up" at home at once that would burst near by would show Hi* Improved Calomel Tablet That ,
er us with mud and rocks, like this! 1* Entirely Purified of All Na.*eal- -fer;
-f all our business affairs.We "Huh they spelled my name wrong," inc and Dangerous Qualities. I Iuoouuo

.. or "they did not have the proper ad. 0000 0000 ooooooouooo uouooooo 0 uoooo .
are asking all our customers to "clean up" in dress on that' one." They are all Physicians are warning the public _u__ _ .__ 000'4, ,
full all accounts that they owe' us between now alike; you can't; whip that kind. They against say trifling that with brisk colds calomel and grippe.purgative :

and the close of the We wereoutnumbered five to one Calotabs,the and .
1918 that is preferably new HOTEL
year during on that front MANHATTAN '
yet, when the order
improved calomel tablet, should be E. DROUGHT
the next six weeks. Be sure to give' this your came to go' over the ,top they wouldgo invariably taken. at bed'tim. and repeated New Open for the Winter Season.A . ', .
personal attention.If with a grin, knowing little and the second or third night- if 115 Broadway. ,I'A.
caring less
: what was in front of them. necessary. In the earliest stages one

,. you cannot raise the money we will them. Calotab it usually sufficient unless Family Hotel with all the Comforts Real Estate and. i
One little incident noticed. After the cause is particularly seven. of Home. Insurance. : .;
accept Liberty Bonds and War about a half hour the artillery had Physicians say that ,it ,Isa. wasteof "XEP t'. ,.:4 ''t
lifted, a corporal had spotted a machine time and is" dangerous to experiment ;;:
Saving Stamps in payment front gun about hundred yards in with other laxatives, "I calomel RATES 11.50'PER DAY The Home i Insurance Co.' of 'Mew .' '
of him.
He .
got his squad Is absolutely scessary.sooner or lat '
of, your account. busy and kept the machine gun busy er. One Calotab on the tongue at bed Special by the ,Week. i York, the Nstioriil''Flre'Inlazaaes. .. '::j .
while he planked it., As, he walked time with a swallow of,water--that's : Co. 'of) 'Hartford, "The Sun, and v..l.
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PLEASE DON'T'B A up on this bush that the machine gun all. No salts no nausea nor the slight
.1 SLACKER- was hidden behind seven of the bo Interference-' with diets work or MRS. H, B.. SAYAgi'rop.\ many'' other 'reliable companies.ricUa .;: '' .. j r1

'' Yours respectfully chips jumped up and told him to surrender pleasures. Next morning your .cold I I .. ,- I

4\ : ; that he was captured. It was has vanished, and,your,whole system ,. .. . .. -. -', .' c i>
pretty big odds; and the corporal bee( i.- ,unrifled' and refreshed.,: Calotabs: '"
i WATERS[ & CARSON: GROCERY CO. tated .* .moment. Directly he said: aN.sold only in 'original sealed packages .-n.-=- -' .
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; ; "You are a damned liar. ."Brr brr,* .' Price .thJrty. "., "sent, Recommended Foe '. frnbned flats, .

'-" ., 'spoke the automatic, two .Germans. guaranteed by druggists wb 'taodern..eonveniencei. W., B. re.sawvk.IQi.des.frW tmelhds'sal'sa.. r -
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i.. lay dead. The other five;started to every where.. Price refunded W boo4.! YOT'cuMMMIuSMeuVafeiIa -

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RECD LETTER FROM FiANCE
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It*may not be-generally; known that

the Mothers-Teache'S Club of this

city haa adopted a French girl whom .
.- the war left fatherless paying a '
certain cum for her maintenance this The favorablejudgment .
year. A member of the club who ,
does not wish her name published
has adopted another child, a smaliFrench' i
boy, fatherless from the effects ofso '
of the war, and is paying for
r his support. Little Marin Comptier,
for that is his 'name has a mother
who has written the following-, pathetic who
letter to the woman whose heart many II

has been touched with pity for the .
sad conditions on French'soil. The! A
Loofa letter was written in French and wastranslated ihaveused

for the by the teacher of that language ,'. i
: at the Woman's College, Tal-

sealed package but .lahacsee: '
Beauville Oct.. 1918
Madam I have received the first
:
e have an eve out tri-monthly requisition of 45 francowhich OSTUMinsteadof :

your generosity places at my '
also for the nameWRIGLEYS disposal in favor of my son, Marin .

l Comptier, an orphan of the war J
pray the good God .to pour out bles-
sings In return on.you and your fam-
ily for that admirable charity. With j
out owing me anything you bring aid
That name Is, your protection and 'comfort in ntv unnapplness. r
::::::::::: :: ::: Obliged to work away from home coffee' for
:(::::*::::::::::::(*:::: attains Inferior for my living: and not being sufficiently -
*:::::;:::::::: able! to watch over the educa-
::::::!:::;::::
:::!::::::;::::::::: Imitations. Just, as the tion of my child I have placed him in must
'
>*S *** !! a religious orphan home where I am years ,
seated package Is protection sure he will, receive rood! care and y
training. It Is a sacrifice for me tcbe

.acalnst Impurity. separated from my dear little one 3'is.u re jywe-1h- :
a, but it is for his rood that I have done
it. I give 40 franc per month to pay ti
( !! (
> *
his board. Then a charitable person with when
The Greatest NameIn !rives me the rest. That which you I 7 you .
j
send Madam w'll serve,for"the rest
Go Y-Land- y to pay the portion of my child. .
There remains for me a little frZ\ find

i i* "( daughter ,fifteen years old of very you
ti t sick at this ..
delicate
health moment
even
i* srs>f
> >>. t% : ; with a sickness from which she should

can scarcely sit up. She does not .Haan'syou
ER fE gain much and for me I am obliged
The to wash and do other various things!

Flavor d.d TUbt for our support. I ask you Madamif make

K" "'bfV I ought to ask a portion for the .
Lasts little girl as for the boy, if you thinkat

a.EY her age she ought to have a por- :fl
t tion. gachanecsxI1)

s/ ', In your reply tell me your idea. I \
L have not a photograph of the little

t . boy all alone. I am send'ng a photograph -
of the family, my little Lu-
cienne and my little Marin, who 1 Is )
eight years old. If you desire to have S
I Ir the picture'of the little boy all alone,
tell me. and I will have it made.

Yet one time Madam' accept my -. -- -.-. ,
hanks from my whole heart.I A Tonic Laxativethat
am ready to give you any information '"
will remove the bile from the Liver sad
you can desire regarding your cleanse the System THOROUGHLY without griping
little protege and us. or diMorblnf the stomach .Is truly a Perfect Lax
,16 Your respectful convent ative. Osceola Hardware Co.
BERTIE COMPTIER LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN

U the name of a Reliable and Perfect Laxmthr. ,,
INFLUENCING EFFECTS OF which Moo relieve Sick Headache. Dizziness,induction -
,Stomach Trouble. Gas aDd Pike awed
GAZETTE FELT IN OREGONThis by a Torpid Liver and Coo.tlpatlotJ. Alwarcoaea Located on Kissimmee's s
Reliable Laxative la the treatment of Colds Grip
( is a suberb of Portland Ore.) sad Influenza. BUSIESTCORNER
Linnton Ore., Jan. 5, 1919. LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN Is. a Liquid DUemlr
Don't lose the glory Taste LaMtlre excellent la Its effect! oo the
Kisstmmee Gazette*! Klssim
VaUey (, yttem. a took aa a laxaUre. It ljua .
bot'l.- and y
mee. Fla. of Florida; scenery I Gentlemen: Amenclosing. some Made sad tvonmnietvied. flea the paWU 1 by Par) HUNTING i
clippings from local papers. tMo.. rnioufacturere of
JII I 1 have been living here now for almost Gto'aTnteiu.cbWronkt" '
We skinning big buck this week.. It the'result
wHBN'youdurupthelandora a year and know that this.partof ..- .- . saw a man a was

or grove I Oregon has no climate to compare could put on what clothes 'they had of a very f fine day's sport, and we happen to remember that we sold

a Florida place is left so barren of I with Florida. yet the clipping might taken off or pick up their equipment. him the AMMUNITION that made him successful. The open season ,
shrubbery and trees that it repels indicate that the last year was especially Wish I knew where some of the old .
b rather than attracts. Even if good. I have also noted several 124th boys are, for we were scatteredand will soon be over so you had better let us furnish the ','makins'.', for .

R should be living on such a'prop you- accounts California of, frost announcing in the citrus that belt the of I was the'only one to come here. ': you, to, haveone; . 'flaatt'lolly;' I,. good. hunt ij?:We;;.haveYiieveralfdifferentit l ; '.<
Newton came as far as St. Dezlar V rjl&f *! > -"rfil <
1A erty. there is no reason why it 'smudge pots are going in full blast with me, but lost track of him there. i'br i ,inda'of.shot gun ahell., and all. first cI hni s.Vtg( : 1 ,

: should remain unattractive. A very '. !' We receive the Gazette regularly Believe* me, we are all feeling fine.;;.? ''Y :'At/',, .,.'J K ,pz, .
0 few dollar spent for the right through the courtesies of the commissioners Barn Lexemburg, Nov. 26, 1918. ;. '.,'
j selection of plants,shrubs and tree : and it is having its influencing Have been"in this little town on the
,
k will"transform it. effects and we pass it along to German border for three days. I FISHING
mac I the unwise. Florida has no equal for Two days after the armistice was ,

r- Royal Palm Nuraerlta ha*. jut whit !i I,climate. Very truly yours signed we started forward and hiked sell r
O who bob for perch from the city dock listen! We
.ncdcd-tha!larswt ortMMut ia the cast* F. A. STROUP. over French Belgium and Lexem ye
arm halt of the United ........ Tb nw I I I burr- soil keeping just a few hours Bass-Oreno Guaranteed bait.It looks exactly like living critter.,and
Pain th."Bnu.lful Ground.Book.
.Royal catalog
."will halo ran chooM the thine iron f I I Few Escape. behind the Germans. But at times swims, wobbles zigzags and dives in a way that makes a hungry w
kul4 plait., Writs codsor free copy.. There are few indeed who escape! we overtook their stragglers and we
I having at least one cold during the were surely glad for this chance to trout frantic. You'll get a trike just as sure as you use it, but more

.t I 'I(winter months, and they are fortunate rest our feet for a while. about that next week. '
BEASONER BROTHERS
who have but one and get through Another lieutenant and myself are
ROYAL PALM NURSERIES I with it quickly and without any serious sleepingon a feather bed these
1 ONWO. FLORIDAWEBSTER'S I consequences. Tako. Chamber nights.
II I lain's Cough Remedy and observe the The people here in Lexemburg
directions with each bottle and you have suffered considerably because of COOKSTOVESWe
I I'I ire likely to be one of the fortunate the lack of food and Supplies, but!
.
,.. . .
'--,-- '- - -- --- I The worth this '
ones. and merit of their farms in and
are working order
Letters From Our Soldier and remedy has beeij) fully proven. There their homes have not been blqwn up have been selling quite' a lot of Cook. Stoves recently. This '.J
are many families who have always' or burned for they are supposed tot shows two'thing.. First that since the day of substitutes is past folks #
used it for years when troubled with boa t neutral country. However they '
Sailor Boys a cough or cold, and with t"every all speak German, so I cannot under are going in strong for good eats'once more. Second that we handlethe

best- results. stand them and their houses and line of Kitchen Furniture that people appreciate. Let us help you.
1 barns are all under the same roof. furnish home with these comforts.
I (Continued from Page 2) We have produced piles of German Last night I had occasion to visit your ?

what they will do with us but if not machine guns, cannon, rifles grenades another company P. C., and after go-
# flares and ing into the front hall of the house 1'
I well, then I do know.I more grenades and
there are a few cars of supplies also. I in which it was located I opened the WE PLEASE TO SERVE
NEW'INTERNATIONALDICTIONARIES am writing this .in my P. C., not Tonight I have fixed up the service door on the right and found myself "
200 yards from the enemy front line AND WE SERVE TO PLEASE
records of my boys who are no more. looking Into the eyes of a big cow. SoI r
and my men are once more full of The souvenirs which shut that door and the
era In urs by busice we brought opened one
; s menenglncr' bankers grub and watching the boche very back from the field are the only ones on the left. and stepped into
close
judges, architects, phycldani theism.(suppose. the boches are doing we have been allowed to keep so out- nice little room, the one for which
farmers, teachers, librarians, clergymen ) side of one or two little things I have was looking. Chickens, ducks etc., 6
by cueefttfut "men and Tonight we will be allowed small none. Have a good boche revolver, spend most of their time in the kitch.
oomara t.... icartJ; over fires and believe me, I am glad, for which he, the boche empted too excitedly ens (not being cooked). Osceola :HardW.areCu.
we haven't had our shoes off since wounci
and a badge. The Saur River which separates
'Are You Equipped to Win? starting, and they are cold and wet.I . A few old French civilians who Lexemburg and Germany here If

The New Internationalprovide*; am'surely glad I arrived here in were driven away from these parts, very narrow scarcely more than 20

the means to S\l=.. It 1*an all- time to get into action, and surely came here this afternoon (after four yards wide, but runs at the'foot of r _. ....- .- .
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knowing teacher,a universal, question was fortunate in retting into the very years) to see what they could reclaim chain of beautiful and high hills. Thir
answerer. front line (and first wave) the first!. of their places. town IB in a valley, high hills all thanksgiving, we explained to them
If you seek efficiency' and ad- thing, even though I am wearing an 1 We expect to remain here for a few around it. In fact, we hiked for what it is. And so the folks in this THEOverland ;
vancemen why not make dally overcoat that belonged to One of the days to be equipped and then we will hours, always down hill before reach- house scrubbed everything and dress \
.d use of this vast fund of Information men who "went west" yesterday and push on to that river which tho toches ing this place. Now we are wonder- ed up and have kept, some kind of tVil
""" r writing with some ink the boche" left sing about. ing how long it will take us to hike food on the desk (table) all day They Garageis ..
see...... 23rd have a son In the Belgian So
4eos..Voa.b.bv7TSrm. here.We This division, (The Fighting ) those hills can see from here army. .
. over we
.7o.550G.oer.phtaISubf.ct.< "" -Colored. PhiiM.U.eM have taken only four prisonersso has been picked as one of the five to when we start for.Germany proper'for although the cows and ,so forth are now under' new management.All

BWSrapbM. ** atri.s. far. and would not have taken occupy Germany.I unless orders are changed we will in the next part of the house,. I arri 'work' on all makes of cars and

-I Raul.r and. Ied'wPeper, .Ed'itisn& ) them if they had shown. up an hour, understand we are to be reviewedby go to the Rhine. Coblenz, our objec very comfortable here that ia, when marine'work done promptly. FrankJ.
Wrtt.ror_ or so sooner.Must Pershing before going forward ,someone Is not trying to tell me
".'" 1m. go look over my line and men again. I surely wish I could have tive.We have passed through many something in this lingo. Jones is in charge of the repair '
1I1..a_..., now and this'S. the finmsh of my paper been over here sooner, but am thank- My scratches have about "
towns on our way here and believeme. disappeared department '
D'e f Punkas .. ful for the four days of actual.frontline I have seen some very Interesting and I anul cky in'more ways than
,
'f' Map. U ioya.n Nov. 15. service. I was lucky enough to one, for I have two .runners"
sights and some which I do not care good!
t61. Just words before I in TYNER
few
a roll up put in.Early. F.. H. Mgr.No
r. paper' my blanket ,,(singular). and by cooties on November 10th, we surprised to see again. Lexemburg- is trulya with understand me all the time, hand they both .
beautiful but the customsof and 'speak a little..of this
country,
.
t (plural.) little
< the boche in one of his
were pulled out of position the people here are beyond me. language. But the third one was too .
fi .We, our, four
which 'bad held
he for
"lCO.. 'n camps > At I writing In Jitti good, I guess, and I can only hope he
today and are now billeted in what : prevent am a la Child
'to-.the extent that the grub On Worms a Healthy
_-- years the whole is happy and .
room next to the cows, and resting now.Don't
the Germans Jeft'of nice
a'once very his table was still hot when our letter I Afl ehlldnn troubled.. with worna haw aa saw ,
little town. ,My P. C. is- in what is bearers, reached the huts, and:afew, family are in here, trying to talk German ever think that I did not have handy color rbicli Indlcaua poof blood,aDd a*a
of-a German dressing station, who in the to one of my sergeants. Add to good "chow" today, for I did. One ml,then la more or laai atomaeb dlatarbaaea.GROVE'S ..
Cold Cans Grip and laflaeuft' abut, there is still some of a roof left woods were sleepingn, straw that the clatter,of wooden shoes and of my "runners" dug me up a chicken I I TASTELESS! chin TONIC,.neoiari. t,
tried to beat before
they
LAXATIVE BXOUO QUnaNCTabt** "mow tti.},so I will make it O. K. Thank good- it. believe me,.,it is some rattle.. and the other one, some and lor twos three waa will arietta Wood 1m-.

r0101.' ... Tara to, salt oo.--"Brooao Gdaba"E. ness'the men are- once 'more undercover ,.. OuUM .That DM Not Affect tbs INadsecaa..of ,Barn Lexemburg1- 'Thanks. the cooks.did the rest, 'until we pat pror Tooio tbsdld..tloc to the wholo,end act ayatep Ma OaaanI. Nafnr. *Strength.anlnf will tkea. }
W.GROVE sUnatanm bo*. We ,' also the hor,". -. It. took and laxatr**'effect LAX giving Day 1918. the finish to it. _off or dlapaltkcmraa.and Ow Child will be
\MHIMIMMaMIBBM B BMaSMHafM'MWV M BMSSBMSBBB BBB> Our observation baloons are in the I T1VI BBOMO OUUnNBia bettathaa ordiMrr I am still billeted in the same,place Tomorrow or the next day wo will fa perfIe&IMaItIa. Ploaaaa"to.Ufca. .a..,Iaott1e.

);T' Subscribe for !the. ,Klsslmmee. Valley air all around ;us' and. Mr, ",tBoche ia Oalnin rinaiBf in and hmd.dos Re.isbH not caw tb MTVOOMM.fell M_.mo.d* I wrote from yesterday, and,though start oar hike through' '. Germany,' for- for the Gasette.-,. '
'. ,Gazette, *I backing} up. .;.:-took' to* Out.aieutur. tit' -B.-"w.OBOVB.. -' JOe. these, people do not celebrate. our Cobl n2.. : ,Subscribe Valley i .

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:' ; FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY:'GAZETTE, FRIDAY.. IANUARY_.17, lIlt t

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; f 1 an economical, progressive admlnlstra
RISSIMHEEVALLEY GAZETTEEvery i tlon, end respectfully solicit the supJ
4 : port of all voters who desire to see
St. our city grow and prosper:
Cloud DepartmentNEWS , .. H. M. BREAKER OF r..
r' Every FrMeyValley STATE BANK
t h .......{... Gsetle Ve_..." I I FOR COUNCILMAN. .. -
I hereby announce myself a candidate
ki...__e.. n..... I
for reflection as city councilman.
't AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" will appreciate your support.W ..
w. .B. Harris, F re.Ur.tB. W. CARSON. -
G. v... ABew.. Secretary BY OUft REGULAR CORRESPONDENTMr. I

t ......>.... m <. l... II I I am a FOR candidate COl'NtlLMA for the, office of KISSIMMEE -

'" 1 city councilman and solicit the support .
I e.b.crtpt/.. Ra.... and Mrs. G. 0. Fowler of Marlborough ing. !' of the voter of Klsslmmee In the :

) I One Copy One Year.__...___,___.82.00 N. Y., are expeoted this Mr. and Mrs. Will Lapsley and 'approaching primary.
a On. Copy, Six Month__.....,?_ 1.00 visit their Miss M. Miss Leitha from OAY c LIVINOSTON
k week to cousin! daughter Trfvola
OB. Copy Three Months...._ .71 .
Q. --
p I Rush and'to see the Wonder City. 111. are spending some time at St Petersburg FOil CITY COUNCILMAN

;, All communication. except from our Mr. and Mrs. Holly of! Providence but expect' to come to St. I \hereby announce' myself a candidate .
t Mtnorlsed corr..*i>ond.rits must bealgued R. I., came in, last Wednesday for the Cloud a little later to see their old for re-election as City.Counrllmm
by the writer. subject. to the "white man ." primary
winter. Mr. and .
Rejected matter trill not be returned friends, Mrs.rllWm. Phipps. It elected I promise to give th. ofnc'
l _I... called for.Entered Mrs. Woodin of Ohio, who is stopping Mrs. D. gave a the same painstaking care In the fu.
at the Farris hotel is on, the party at her home Tuesday eveningfor lure that 1 .havtfln the past

..(*, Florida In, a.the second-class Postofflce at matter Klsslm-) sick list. _ the Golden Rule' Girls and the R H L.A\V"JON. The war is over but the duty of ,the banker is still :

+ .. On Friday evening last Air.. andMrs. Yoke Fellows Sunday' School class. I FOR CITY CI.KRK.. plain. The banker during the war "has been conservative:
: Wm. Phipps entertained at tea, The evening_ was pleasantly spent.wit.h I hereby announce myself a <<"...nd''.
Mrs. Laura Lee,, and had watermelona games and music. Dainty refreshments date for.. ,r"'I"etlon subject to the to the action office of<< th<>' "himself and .has urged his 'customers to be. The banker "

r MeeR volunteer-Which grew in their. were served by .the hostess 'white man's" primary, and hereby so* ,has ,shown his customer the necessity for saving and the
grove east of'town.I and at a late hour the young licit the support of the. qualified voters 1

e Rev.. Kenney Rev, Bowen Rev. folks wended their way home. and numerous the good friends Influence In my of h..hnf my! .othe danger< of extravagance., Judging from world conditions

a. 1 )' Westcott and and Rev. Brown left on Messrs. Harvey Riggan Maurice J. R. G1L.HKRT, and conditions now existing in the United. States it is absolutely
.J yo for to attend the Johnson and Joe motored .
jar Tuesday Eustis con. Phipps to I '
next twelve months for
ference. Palmetto Springs and Sanford d on FOR (ITV (OIMII.MAM. ] necessary for the every "
I
hereby candidate .
announce myself a
The Elsie P,, McElroy Auxiliary Sunday, for ,held their regular meeting on Monday, Mr.' and Mrs. D. Durham 'and Kiaslmnlersubject. to the actions of and!
o .yonTATf and had one application for membership daughter, Nellie of Maringo 111., are the. "...hU" mans' primary. I- am for ; twelve months in encouraging''production and saving -

.. PRL55Py and installed Mrs. E. E. Wil now at Miami but expect to be at St. economy' and protrrena OEORGE. W. FOX discouraging uselss expenditures for pleasure. The situation .,

: Hams .chaplain, as she had been absent Cloud some time in the near futureto of banker
demands the serious consideration ,
r when the other officers were installed call on their friends and acquain- I every" .

!. i I. tances. Classified d AdvertisementsFOR and we, believe that"the Florida Banker will do his, part. If

J Mrs Bias and little grandson of .W. B.., Crawford of Kissimmee was
about
the banker does his well Jhe aid in bringing
can
... FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1919 Huntington W. Va., were guests at in our city,on Tuesday. part
the Bonair House for a few days last Miss Ray Stickney left Monday evening SALE.A the greatest! era of f prosperity the United; ..States has ever '

More grass, better grass, was the we k. for Jerome, Arizona where she SPLENMD RANCH proposition containing known. This .era'is not here yet but we can have it'soon .
Dr. May.Pucket-Foster went to ,has accepted a position.Mrs. VAOO acre. 8 miles from railway '
theme of the livestock meeting just
Tampa Monday to attend. the Baptist W. B. Rush has been on the Property has some beautiful by following saner sound and careful methods now
concluded: lakes.. fine location for winter homes,
convention. sick list for the past week. with asthma -
tine flahlng; boating: and shooting: In
Harry Williams one of our soldier but is better -at this writing ftrason. 2,000 acres of this tract has
A number of out of town hoppers boys having been mustered out, came There were eleven tables at the 500 been surveyed Into 10 acre lots but

have visited Kissimmee this week attracted in Tuesday from overseas. party Monday evening at the St. ket.has never It Is been a. line offered colonization on the proposition mar- ,

by ,the sales the merchants Mr. Charles G. Perry returned hereon Cloud! Hotel; Mrs. Hedrick winningfirst has alot of Rood orange andfarming
Wednesday! after a business. trip ladies' prize and Mrs. Ashley land, and splendid pasture
1 here, are advertising. to land. Price (12.60 per acre, will be
Tampa. .
who took a gentleman's place, winning sold on most favorable terms of
The New England Society held the prize. Hostesses for next payment or' owner would lake an '
Dr. Blackman's latest comundrumi their regular monthly meeting on week are Mrs. Rice Miller and Miss much as two-thirds of the value litexchange RESOURCES 1750,000.00 Capital 100000.00
1 "What is the difference between my Tuesday afternoon in upper G. A. R. Bessie Cox. In northern property; as ,
one of the owners lives In the north.
hair and that of Mr. Dunlap's Green'Cove I hall. The afternoon was pleasantly] Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Gallatin and WE A ..so have a full township of, land

Springs .Answer "My hair spent, by remarks from different Mrs. John Hopton. motored to Kis for sale that contains some line Officers and Directors:
:, 'members. Singing and select'ons! on lakes; has a treat deal of prairieland ,,

,i is crochet' (Crow shade) and his is the violin; Next meeting will be held ,simmee on Wednesday. Rood, orange extra line and for farming pasture land: lots; convenient of. C. A. CARSON, President. M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-P. -

; Knit (nit). the second Tuesday 'in February. Charles G. Perry of Illinois came to railway, has direct water J.' D. JEFFORDS. Cashier '
program in charge of Mr. Nason. In last week and is here in the interest transportation to Jacksonville; and .
of the Perry heirs. Charles Perryis In fact can to direct from these N. R CARSON M. KATZ
,
Seventy-five people are this week A new i photograph( gallery has been land to New York City by water
I attending the short course at the University opened tin in the Peckhanvbuilding, a son of D. G. Perry, who died a \VK WANT to show these propertiesto C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING
on New York avenue. few veeks ago. any one Interested and will give
of Florida Gainesville according full particulars, location eta N. C BRYAN E. L. LESLEY
,
his The choir of the M. E. Church
W. T. Angel has on display in pave WB HAVE a line 80 acre farm, well
to one of the speakers at the window a large American eaa-le, Rev. H. II. Bowen Ii handkerchief fenced and cro ...t..nc..d, 4 acres J. WADE TUCKER Directors.

lock meeting this week. It's pretty which he intends to have mounted. shower on Monday evening before his good bearing. orange ""rove. several

evident that scientific farming is on : Mr. Tilton Wilson who hns beenon ,departure for the conference on Tues peach young trees trees and just other beginning fruits,to ft bear room;

the sick list is better at this writ. day. house. and 8 room tenant house Thin
the in Florida. .
increase -- .. ----" -' _ _ . . property Is owned by a northern I
mom who paid fa.flOO for It. He cnn- I
+ One gentleman who visited the fairgrounds alarms were responded to. The loss Tindall. All say they enjoyed the not come to the property and will 1 11
f resulting from these conflagrations drive and services and a very pleasant sell on favorable terms of paymentat
and; tasted the fine barbecue a 'sacilDce. .
GLADro
!
aggregating 22000. visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. \VK HAVE a 20 acre farm 2 miles p
t served there Thursday, was so im ,Mach Brothers' fire on February Sullivan after church. from, railway town; house. good / I YOU // WeAaef

pressed with a city that would en- 27th accounts for $20,000 of this sum Marion 'Tindall, of the U., S. Navy, In barn cultivation, 8 or 4 acre<
tertain so lavishjy that he says he while the B. Maddox (colored!) house' at Key- West has been a welcome visitor Price 12000.: easy terms.

will return here next week and bring destroyed on April 16, the Charles in our community having come .WE HAVE some splendid city property i
Lamb house destroyed on April 20th on a' furlough to spend the New Year for sale and a number pf good farms

4. a party of sixteen.Kissimmee and! the city dock on June 5th, totals holidays with his parents, Mr. and for' .rent Come also and town'see property ue.'e will forrent

the balance. Mrs. M. P. Tindall who gave a big give you good serviceHKAI.TV .

has never had the privilege The department made the following, social reception Tor him on New -XEI.SO'li /

of entertaining a finer set of recommendations and requests for the. |Year's night. He left last week for State BankKUolmmee COMPANYOver : FURNITURE i FURNITUA34
coming year: hey West to resume his duties In'' Florida.
i '4 men and women! too, for that matter, 1. Fire Chief for 1919Sam Lupfer. the navy. Of the seven boys who .

than the one attending the seventh ,2. That a site be selected and a 'eft Barton Lake to serve their country 'FOR RENT-Improv..d, Address S. S. Campfltrld.farm of Route I ftncrea

annual (convention of ''the Florida ,"decent" ..fire station erected. four of them are still in France. 2, Box 10. S-1I

3. That another whistle!. be put on Kirbv. Smith has just comeback; ,
State Live Stock association held in, .. FOR RENT OR SALE-10 acres of
Kissimmee this week. Here's hoping the plant so that the siren can be reserved -, 'e m France but is still in Camp. in 1 potato land under good state of cultivation. ..
for fire only.BUILDING] I New Jersey, J. A. Barclay. 200 Bryan '
they come again. i street 6-lt wit wovld be pl... ed to have yen ease !. ... *ay, "We?are from
CIRCLE. i that part of these good old United States, where we demand that we,
Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Crockett and FOR SALE-8 room bungalow: 8 room fee "
One period of the livestock meeting The Building Circle of the Baptist ,daughter of Tyler Mo., have arrivedin bungalow: 5 room bungalow, at rock! !shown.
: church 'entertained af bottom!: price. Ji A. Barclay, 200
was Monday
w held Kissimmee this week was devoted Kissimmee to spend .several weeks Y
Bryan 5-lt.
street. *
the It Is up to us to produce the goods or we cannot expect -
ternoon at home of Mrs. J. D.
Mr. Crockett has been receiving the }
; to: ten minute talks from the Jeffords with: Mrs., L. R. Farmer as, Gazette through the courtesy of the' WANTED-At. Country Club ,House. you, to become a customer It Is the opportunity

$Farmerettes of.FlorldaranddifAthesla,* !.1 ;; :,!: assisting hostess. :' ' county commissioners for several I White girl for, cooking and general we desire and await your bmin'q'kej.fter.l
R housework Must ,' be' competent
I' ffliesjgeneraljy: prove :as)successful\ n! ;Those present were Mesdames.'''weeks, and decided to come down and i Apply to Mrs. ."E.\\ Rmlthv ",+ft-2tpd''
their)agriculturalendeavors l ae those Georgia Allor,', E.;; Sv:Hall, N:. C,Bry. see if the good things he had' been gecsio. ;a.eeb..e 'ii the 'wt.eet "and lhp ono Iha wlfl atxaye
.
I an;#jJ.WJ" TrammellJ'AJ1jF'armer."M; ,'i i MONEY',, TO ['LOAN-On Real r Estate"; prove eatlefeclorytom.
{ \ : nmaking about Kissimmee "
[participatinglin"theYprtigram were '{reading were; true. George W,' Fox, Ally Office.. Bron- . .
B. Carson J. A. Barclay: T. M, Rivers ".
The Crocketts'are old friends and : son Ftldg 4-St
interesting talks its a pity G. B. Graves Addie Fennell J.'I neighbors of Dr. J. J. Richards. There 1* more or less of a hazard about any other,
there weft not more of them entering W. Wilder Tom Woodall R. S: Floyd FOR BALK-Ford Car good .condition

; L the industry I|IA S. Gilbert O. L. Stevens F. Herr; I' Mr. L. B. Goldsmith of Conneaut S. R. Labadle, Ktsslmmee, Fla.' 44t. C. H. GRANTHAM

II Berg, Julius M. Smith A. N. Combs Ohio arrived Kissimmee Thursday FOR SALE-Or Rent-2 new cottages
I'A. B. Woodall O. B. Falls. O. B. Sie- from Tampa where he has been stay With screened porch, bathroom, water "710. Saliffactory Store"

TALLAHASSEE RECORD SUSPENDS;[ver, and Missed! Susie Bell and Thel- ,ing. He came to visit ,his old-time save and commission.lights. Buy For from further owner Infor.and .

f T. J. Appleyard .announces in la.t ,.nafl Woodall. 'friend S. R. Chapman and was so matlon. apply at 403 Vine St. 8-4t-"d. .
t week's Tallahassee Record the The afternoon was spent with fancywork I pleased :with the city that he has decided I
suspension to send for his wife and son FOR RENT-Nice Furnished Hi.use I -
after which refreshments of I
,
of that excellent publication salad sandwiches marquerittes and : and remain here several months. Mr. Apply: to J. McPhnttcr. 28-tf How Kistimmee Taxpayers Lose Money and Open the: Way To Sicknes*

having sold his subscription list anj cocoa were served.! Chapman is the right sort of a citizen FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford cars

i. good will to Milton A Smith editor Collection taken amounted to $37.81. I' for he has been instrumental in bringing at Co.,attractive 807 Broadway.prices. Osceola. Motor I About three month 'ago I went before the City Council and urged the-

and publisher of Tallahassee Democrat. a number of his friends here and installation of an economic sanitary and efficient closet for which I am agent.Dr. .

1 The Record was one of the CAPT. BREAKER CANDIDATEFOR still has a reserve list yet to come DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M Hamblm, representative of the State Board of Health endorsed tv4j -
Tiller closet, said it ,was thoroughly sanitary and he was not averse to its in-'
neatest and best weekly publications CITY COUNCILMAN stallation. .
FOR SALE-Eighty acres; 12 acrescleared
in the ,state and we regret to lose it ANNOUNCEMENTS: and under fence: :2 acre. In Councilman Haley emphatically said: "You can't put your closets In .&.

from'our exchange list. In retiring Capt. H. M. Breaker's announcement of bearing cypress orange timber grove on: $2,000; worth four- this town under any circumstances." The other councilmen supported Councilman.s ..
a ?
appears in this issue as a candidatefor FOR MAYORAt house and e.C'lI.. {0 declaration excepting Councilman Taylor who favored installing 'A
from the newspeper field, Mr. Apple- the solicitation. of friendsI room Haley's ,
the many
city council in the coming! head of cattle and a good bunch ofrange ,closets ,>,'
yard makes the following statement: primary.. Capt. Breaker bears, the have decided to become a candidate hoes loose on the range.Farming my
, for Mayor of Klsslmmee. I will appreciate Located What la the Result
tool. and Implements
"Negotiations pending for month distinction of having served on the the support. of the voters, andIf
a
constructionof
Price the
Kenansvllle. MSOO. to
near Council its majority) proceeded cause
.a myself to The City (or
council several elected pledge use my
years ago when our half cash balance terms to suit B, '
past were concluded and the have
About odd
today ;
most substantial best endeavors to enforce the ordinances H. Guy, Kenansvllle.. Fla. Sf-tf what were alleged to be "sanitary cement privies. fifty
Florida improvements; were and to work for betterment of be constructed. .
Record has been purchased been constructed. About 200 more are supposed to
that
of
made
the Klsslmmee.
paving streets with -
by Mr. Milton A. Smith. This is best. brick and' laying several miles of W JBTEED. FOR SALE-Scotch Collie, female. one What la the' Further Result? d;4.
cement year old, of registered stock, golden of the State Board of Health attended
and Law
There is in Tallahassee sidewalks. He has Last week Drs. Bryan :
room for onlyope a strong following FOR MAYOR. tan; sable and correct white markIngs ,
and that I who will be glad to support I hereby announce myself a candidate Present owner has no use for the meeting of our City Council, and condemned the privies as being unsanitary -'
v\ paper one can make hIm again. for re-election to.the office of her. Address "Collie" Oaiette Office and not conforming to the State Board of Health requirements. ,1
money. But to print such a .beet as Mayor of Klsslmmee, subject to the << 8-lt-pd The property owners for whom each of these unsanitary privies hall <

the Record has been giving costs FOOD, FEED AND FORAGE action. of the "White Man's', 8 CADELu primary.J I FARMERS--Bend today: for a free- sam- been constructed must pay double cost, or the cost must be paid out of ','4.

I money and a lot of it. We were willing MEETINGS. Stockman published at,Jacksonvillepie : the city treasury otherwise the people would "gain" sickness if these closets ?(I
FOR MARSHAL! AND TAX COLLK43. the Florida Farmer and "
be used. '
stand and
about allowed to
lt to do this for livestockraisins dairying are
the Tells :
good people of --- TOR.
These cement privies cost from $14 to $25 each are out of ,)
i; Three F. poultry citrus fruit and truckIng unsanitary ; ;
be
Tallahassee meetings to held foldlows
and Leon County until it as I hereby announce myself, as a candidate twice a month at too per year- doors unsightly and inconvenient. .
4 got to the matter of securing reliable : for the office of City Marshal three :years for II.00. Only: livestockand The Waterbury. Closet cost $22.50 in small numbers is guaranteed to> 'fl:
Partin Settlement: School house. and Tax Collector, to be voted for In general farming paper In the
kelp. One boy in France; two others 10 a. 'm.. January 24th. the "Whltemans Primary" to be heldIn state. Write today. give satisfaction or ,money refunded and is warranted sanitary. Why let :
taken March, and hereby solicit the'votesof unwarranted prejudice stand in the,way of health?
death fiReal {
away by ,, one of whom Shingle Creek: School house 2:30p. the cltlxens qualified to vote In said FOR 8ALE--On. Emerson Typewriter:
it was a mainstay-proved too much, m., January 24th. election and If elected promise to nil model three, Visible, as good .. new. THE WATERBURY CHEMICAL INDOOR CLOSET :'
"
all' we could not give the I 'Kissimmee Court House, 10 a. m.,I the office to the very best of my ability Apply Valley Oaiette. tf H. Edmund Swabey Agt. )
paper our .
J M. WOODALL.
Box 625, Kissimmee Fla. ,
January 25th. furnished ;
personal attention I FOR RENT- -room house :
owing to the
State
Cloud Oak Grove 2:30p. 10-room house furnished; housekeeping
St. : Park : FOR MARSHAL.! AND TAX COLLEC .
printing. This could not be neglected' m., January 26th.M. TOR. Mrs room.E. :H unfurnished Wells. dwellings tf- 0000000 toO to .. 0'0 00..000000. 0 00.000'." I "1
and so the sale has been made. We M. JAVENS, County Agt. '. .
I am a candidate. for reelection to
must give our whole time and attention the office of Marshal and Tax Collector :NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING IL. 6.A..c:;;. EI R '- ,\;::
and will appreciate the support of
now to getting out the State'swork the voters of Klsslmmee ,In the coming The Annual General Meeting of the
,BARTON LAKEThe election. Klsslmmee Club Co., and Klsslmmee [Estate and
. and other printing. GEO. W. OVERSTREET. Golf Club will be held at the ClubHouse Insurance Agency 1
"And now, good people help Mr. on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 8 pm. I
turpentine firm of Bell &: Tay FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COLLEC- All members of the Club are re-
Smith to give you a real live,'up-to- lor are opening up business lively in TOR.I 'quested to be pre.ent. '
B. D. 'HAMII/roN. We have a well selected list of properties for sale which tare .
date paper, such as you have been this section, putting on a large crew c.ndlt"for;; f I. SecTreat'NOTICE among .'
office I
the B-lt.
having in the Record. If you help of laborers and ,establishing a commissary Marshal am a and Tax Collector of the City 41 some very' attractive Farms Ranches, Orange Groves, business, ;

r him, be promises to here again. M. O. Taylor is of Klsslmmee and take this methodof I TO CBEDITOHS buildings and dwellings all in Osceola County: and each 'propositionlisted ; ''
help But
you. the of
the voters
soliciting support
of the
'4 he cannot perform impossibilities. If manager James Smith has commissary In the approaching yrlmary.HO !. Cmri. .( the C..ety alga, OseeelaC at its minimum value; someinclude all necessary ,farm equipment .
bought an 80 W ELL bhBtLv ...tr. State .f Flenlds. ;
: We also.can offer exceptional: bargains in Kissimmee St.
ref" ? s he cannot get your"aasistanee, then acre tract with a bearing grove on it la .. Estate e f "... A. Blaekwell ? and ''
'.:you cannot expect his help." down on East Lake, which he intends FOR COUNCILMAN.At Cloud properties now owned by non-residents who .are willing to Mil, ',::
the solicitation of my many To all Creditors, Legatee. Distribu
w . p improving, and building a house on friends: I have decided to become a tees and all Persons having Claim at:a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a little ,.1

,: ifUfNUAL REPORT OF THE it, soon. candidate for councilman In the approaching or Demands against said Estate surplus capital,and benefit by the increase in values which is';sure
) Last Sunday: we had an interesting ; primary. It elected I will You and each of you, are hereby notified ..
: KISSIMMEE FIRE DEPARTMENT Sunday School and elected new officers use my Influence; for an economicaland and required to prevent any to come. Call'or write ,us. t
I progressive administration. claim and which you, or
t(J ', f and teachers for the 1919. R. 8. FLOYD..1- ,m:4. against the f
'r year either of you ,
,,-l .,. ."1'h. annual official report of the I Sunday night the following members f 'estate of John Blackwell deceased E., A. Strout Farm Agency Inc.D. .

.., ."' Kissimmee 'Volunteer Fire Depart- of our Sunday School motored FOR,COUNCILMAN late of OsceolaCounty, Florida'to the ,. 1
1 hereby announce,myself a* 4 can undersigned administratrix: of said e.. .i
G. WAGNER
rlfreeentmmeerring' ; tshows ytheufollowing, Over to East, Lake to attend services didate for the office of Councilman for ate, within two years from the. date Manager '
':;' at Mt. Carmel church Mr and Mrs. a full term, subject-to the action of hereot. Kissimmee, '. e -
-{ ,...., ,JI.cJre:! = H. P Tindall, Clay Tindatt, Mis.Can. the white man's primary, and promise Dated, Januray 14th, A. D. 1118: Florida ;
'
It elected BLACKWELL,
to exert best ,
efforts towards MARGARET .
my
J:..' . ',..:.. '" *;: >,;!,.:b. year 1918 eighteen ada MUses Liziie Lane and Bertie I -upbuilding of Klsslmmee by G.Jt v. Administratrix. I, O'ooo"to.oo.o..o...... .. . o...... ;' .Iof4.00


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THEKISSIMMEE, .VALUT: GAZETTE,.FRIDAY,JANUARY 17, 11. ,pfl .


'' ODD:FELLOWS INSTALL' OFFICERS
'Y' PROGRAM
INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS j 11 Osceola Lodge No. 74, I.: O. O. F..

. JANUARY 2025Graystone installed officers for the ensuing term

I White Canvas and Tennis, ,Shoes; on January 11th, last .
I > Casino Theater The representative grand lodge officers -
Lawson.
Ii big cut price. F. H. ( ) who performed the Installationwork (

i Weather Report; Cot T. L. Wilson transacted business were acting D. D. G. M. WicofT, -
in Kissimmee yeaterday..PolkCountyRecotd Grand Patriarch, Zello, and Brothers
'(Friday), MONDAY Anderson and, Manuel, of Orlando

'," I i < i Miss Alberta i spendingthe Paramount .Feature ,".,__..-__.__ Lodge No. 20. assisted by'' Brother
| | Following: are daily temperatures -} | week-end and Monday with her ..8th Episode "A Fight for Millions Coleman of Miami.
'. ,( ! and precipitations as re- parents at Leesburg.Mrs. :The following were the officers in

" ,"I 1 .ported by Geprge Gardner is expected -Vit.. stalled:
w"ek enion
.". ] I at Kissimmee fo- the home from an extended visit with TUESDAY 'W. G., J. W. Goodman;' V. G., T. THE UNIVERSAL CAR

?' :: > > ing:Thursday, Jan 16, 1910: friends in Michigan, this week. "Unexpected Place*" Featuring W. Clark; Warden, J. M. Crafton;
Miss Mona Hoffman will be the Conductor, J" D. Woodbeck; R. S. N.
Min. Rain Metro.
:)\\'I t;' Tburaday Mac. weekend of her at Bert LyteL- ; G. A. Huling; I,.. S. N.G., B. F. Hyr.reel CARS ARE ERE AND ON
guest parent
! I
I ' ...... 68 44 Dundee. Screen: Teleffranw] Mutual. [I; R. S. V. G., J. D. Jeffords; I. S.

. 11' ; I, Friday....... "67 50 WEDNESDAYCorrfne G., E. E. Magee; Chaplain, W. H.
Fine New Line'of Middie Tie at .
"' ,.... 71 43 Jones.
;
Saturday SOc and 7Sc. F. H. Lawson. Graffith in. "Mia AmbUtion" THE WAY
I Visiting brothers were:' Barnard,
; Sunday..... 72 65
?- i i Miss May Morse, the assistant state -Vlt. Skinner, Glover, Swaby Aldrich and
,
Monday...... 73 52 f"' dairy agent, spent several days here Mutt and Jeff' Comedy Coleman. Place order

; Tuesday ....... 73 50 this week taking part in the conven -The Kaiser1 New DentUt." After the work had been accomplished your now

s Wednesday _-__ 70 64 tlon.Nothing and speeches upon, the floor for early delivery. j
A better for that Cough than THURSDAY of the order were ? the
.o.o o.ooo..oo.For Nyal' Pine Balsam, 25c at Central William Fox .Presents 'a 1919 Ex. Lodge in a body with deU"eredI"siting' Touring $594.00;' Runabout $569.00;

pt ' t Sale-Four mules, W.Miller Drug-Store, travagance "FAN FAN," Harold Loyd members, went to McCranie's Cafe i ,
46-tf Mrs. Prentis, who is ,instructing in Comedy.-Pathe. and,there enjoyed a bountiful supper. Chassis $544.00; Sedan $851.00; ,
domestic science at the Mont Verde The oyster stew was excellent, and Town Car .
$826.00
FR'IDA Coupe $723.00
The Osceola Motor Co., received a Y. FEATURE DAY' ;
school, visited,her children in Kissim were easily caught in a table-
'
't carload of new Fords this weak. mee a portion of this week. I Theda, Kara in "CLEOPATRA." spoon; no landing net being required.The One Ton Truck, Worm Drive, $621.00 i''

.1 } Princess Skirts at cut price F. Misses Helen Hass, Lillian Prentis, I. Paramount Comedy,."Diu,. Heights whole meeting was an enjoya
H. Lawson. ble F. O. B. KissimmeeHOOD
Anna Whitner, Myrtllla Beals, and and Daring Heart" success and the members of No. .
Mrs G., W. Persons is expected to Buel Chenoweth, motored to Winter 74 have placed a "call again" sign
', return Sunday night, from a month's Park Tuesday night to be present at SATURDAY In the lodge room as an inducement TIRES JFISK TIRES'OSCEOLA
{. ., visit with her' mother at Savannah, an artists recital of violin Claire-Anderson in "The Grey Par- for the Brothers of Orlando No. 20
Ga. to repeat the visit.D. .
Mr and Mr*. W. C. Milliron, of aoV'-Triangle.. ,MOTOR COMPANYAuthorized
S .
$5.00 Sweaters cut to $4.00; $4.00 Dayton, Pa., are pending the ,winterin Sunshine Comedy, "Hungry Lions D..G.. Master, J. L. Overstreet
> and suite expect to visit Orlando
No.
+; Sweaters cut to $$.50, F H., Lawson Kissimmee. They reached here In "
' a Hospital. -Fox. 20 : Agents
' on Monday January 20, for the .
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Shaffer and Cap- this week and are living at the homeof -

' tain and Mrs.' Fleming spent 'Wednes Mr, and Mr*. Thrasher, on' Clay. Coming Friday Jan, Slat, Annette ;20 purpose new officers.of installing Visiting the Orlando brothers No., if ::307.9 Broadway 'Kissi..... Fbu;
in Kissimmee.=Lakeland] Adver-
; day street. I
Kellerman in "The Queen of the Sea. they attend, are assured the Orlando
tiser. Work Shirts, worth $1.25, cut to Odd Fellows will give them 'a heartywelcome. Accessories Mobil Oils
"A 'ti; Nyal'a ,Vanishing Cream, only 25r I$1.00; Work Shirt,black,worth $1.50, - H. E. S. Supplies
at Central Drug store. None: better.* cut to $1.25. F. H. Lawson RECEPTION FOR REV. HODNETT

;, Mrs. J. G.-Ball of Raleigh] N. 'C., is Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Dixon and son AND FAMILY. CARD' OF THANKS.' I ,.

the truest of her' old time friend,Mrs. i Joe, arrived from Metropolis, 111.,Sun- We take this method of extending
11. C. Stanford.' Mrs.'Ball will remain day, and are domiciled in apartments :I One of the pleasanteat; ; social events ,our sincere thanks and gratitude fr'(

here for a,month. !ftt the home of Mrs. W. H. Farmer. of the entire season was the reception the many kindnesses shown us by,the
. r Mrs; Clarence Hatch received a let They expect to be here for a couple of given by the Missionary Society of,,good people of Kissimmee during the k
ter from her husband, stating that :months., the First Methodist' Church, Friday recent Illness and death of our wife
'' he went "over the top" twice, was Get a Gcfodrich Hot Water Bottle. evening honor of their pastor, Rev.]and '

gassed, but i II recovering r I You will need it. Guaranteed by.. R., F. Hodnett, and his family, which mother.N.. Regero and Children. Contemplating a Purchase?

r Men's White Pongee Shirts, with I,Central drug Store. Phone 41. ,was attended by nearly one hundredand I .. ,
and collar, at $2.00. F. H.I I Alex-Remington Smith, a former fifty guests including the member ATTONREY PLEDGER RESENTS :-' - l That's' 1>.--bat- "be
without right
,
< sure
; .1 i well-known citizen of Kissimmee, now sof the, church'' pastors of the SUPPOSED JOKE CARDS
I J. W. Parson, of Mulberry Sink 'In the employ of ,the United States other denominations 'and their wives. -- 'I you know what you are buy

was in the city Monday attending the I'Shipping ,Board at Jacksonville, spent I The reception was given at the Some non com pus mentis, who lag If you come to us we
' meeting of the livestock association 1 Wednesday here looking after his commodius parsonage, 116 Sumner thinks he is a practical joker, has "
farm street. The study, living and dining will give you fuU informal
interest.
and attending to business matters. I circulated a card around town Impugning .I
Anna Case will sing for you on the 1|I Mr. and Mrs J. H. Houser of Dayton I rooms were used en suite and were my integrity as an attorney. II tion ,about the best'real estate .
attractive with
Florida's
rC New Edison. Central Drug Store, Pa., are among the winter residents -'flower, poinsettia, banked with gorgeous deli- at-law and practitioner before the U'' in the market in Kia-,
Agents. returning .to Kissimmee this courts of this county.I II
W. G. Kenney, who came down |,week and are making: their home :cate In tracery the of bamboo. know nothing of the matter- of simmee. Itwill: pay' you to '
receiving line that
a from Michigan to spend the holiday 'with Mr. andMrs. Gallagher at their greetedthe which he writes or why the card was keep informed a* to our of*
guests Rev. and Mrs., Hod-
home on Clay street. -'" were circulated, but if the arthor will call
-r with Mrs. Kenney, returned to his
nett Mesdames J. McPhatter, C. II. ferings. We have several
As result of idvertlsiner In the at mv office and make himself known
business. at Lansing, Michigan, this a
j Summers and Messrs. D. G.
week. Gazette, the Central Drug Store has Wagner I will use my best endeavors to "di good InvHtments'now. See
W.
C. Bass and J. L. Overstreet.
received two orders for vorce" him from such antics in the
medicine
Ribbed Underwear, worth $1.25, cut'' The Kissimmee concert band was future. our properties before buy-
from Cuba in the few weeks. MILTON PLEGDER.
t to $1.00; Ribbed Union Suit, worth past stationed in the alcove of the study j tng. ,
; $2.60, cut to $2.00. F. H. Lawson. ,One of* these''-orders was accompaniedby and opened th e program with a Con FUND FOR MONUMENTTO
from'this
a clipping paper containine cert of sacred selections and overtures ,'BREAKER ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bart Bryan returned j the advertisement of the. ar- OSCEOLA HEROES REALTY COMPANY.
home Monday from an Interesting]ticle desired. which was heartily applauded by the
motor trip, which included Tampa, St.1 I guests. ,KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA'
, i Petersburg, Clearwater and Tarpon Capt. Clay Johnson. -Sr., head of Mr. Wagner,. chairman of the board A 'movement was"set on foot this
Springs. ',the Johnson Steamship Line, and his of stewards of the church, made an week to erect a monument to the Os-
j son-ln-law, Capt. George Steffee, of address of welcome, conveying the I ceola county heroes who have made
Hear 'Brunt Clark'In
Van and
Helen
it the steamer "Koseada: of that line, and his the felici- the supreme aactifice in the world war. 0.0000000000000000000000000000000..0.00000..00000000.
+ new pastor family _
: .. their wonderful success on the New* ,.spent the holidays with home folks] tations: of the church. Rev. Hod-'I This county has given unstintedly of
EditIOn
at Central
Store.
Drug
(at Kissimmee, returning Monday to nett effectively replied making .her best and brightest young men
s Mr. and Mrs. DeWilton Alderman resume their respective runs on Lake, very and a number have laid down their
feel the of thepastor's
and daughter DeRheta and Mrs. Al- every one appreciation lives for the of world-wide democracy '
E Okeechobee. } derman's mother, Mr*. A. E. Godwin, 1 Edgar Bryan, who was severely] InJured them family since for their arrival Courtesiedshown in the It is fitting that a me- Poll Tax- Notice
:
left Tuesday for a ten days visit at In an auto accident near Lake- city. Mrs. Hodnett was called on fora morial should be erected to their '

Okeechobee City. land some time ago and hal been in a talk and make a few appropriate memory and that the movement
Hear the sweetest music ever made, hospital there, returned home Friday.1Vhile remarks. ,should be started by their friends and

on the New Edison, "The Phonographwith he carrie his broken arm in a Rev. O. B.Falls, pastor of the First associate,w At the annual meetingof _
a Soul," at'Centra.. Drug Store.., sling and will be obliged to return to Baptist ,church and Rev. W. H. Coleman the fire department the sum of $S0 ; .
Agent.' Lakeland] each Week for treatment, he pastor of the Christian church, was voted to start this fund. .,
Mr*. W. J. Evans, formerly a resident is rapidly recovering his former were present, and made characteristic The election officers for the fire NOTICE is that'
r of Kissimmee and mother of the health, witty responses to their names. department placed the following de : hereby given ,
' serving members in office for the
., ''late B, E. Evans, county demonstration W. C. Bass, W. C. Bass, Jr., Supt. They both expressed their gratification ' '

;-.: agent, is the guest of Mr. and C. E. Yowell, Misses Nettie Yowell at having Rev. Hodnet as a fel- "year"> Chief 1919-Sam: Lupf er., *, ' .....*.*\( h4'in '''order', to-' participate 'in:, the: '
'
Mrs. M. D. Alexander.
M. Almena Leitner, Miss Cooper, Mes low pastor, and hoped that the time Asst.' Chief-Jas.1;, Goodman,
Nyal's 'Peroxide and Frank Edwards of four would be removed *
Vanishing Cream srs. Henry werea limit years
R. I.
Capttin Smith.
and-Nyal's Cold Cream. None better pleasant] party motoring to Walter before that time expired and that his Lieutenant-H.- P. Suhl. City Election poll taxes must 1.t .
and only,ZSc At Central Drug Store. Lan'er'a country home at Campbell] residence in Kissimmee would'not be Social Department ,
Phone 41. Station for an, old-fashioned canegrinding. shortened by that ruling. President Jas. Goodman.
John Holden, of Mount Air, Iowa, The party came home with While Prof. R. M. Evans' name was Secretary-Sam- Lupfer. be paid on or before Saturday,
r who regularly ipends his winters quantities of syrup that would grade not on the program, his name was Treasurer--J. M. Smith. 1
'' here at the Franklin House, arrived A number one any where. insistently called till he stepped for- After the business routine of the 8th +
f this week, accompanied by Charles Mr. ,and 1Ifr,. Wayne Ward arrived word to respond. He was greeted meeting the boys enjoyed a spread February 1919. Ht .'Po,
4" Knight and Mr. Hess: in the city ]last Saturday from New with a round of applause, led by a and smoker when the cigars were furnished '-fr*

The fire alarm that called the de. York, to spend the winter, and are group of high school boys who are by A. S. Snodgrass, who re- C. L. BANDY r
partment out Tuesday proved to bea stopping at the Graystone. Mr. Ward members, of the band. Prof. Evans cently called on the boys for assistance ;
small roof blaze at a house in West is the son of C. W. Ward, one of our spoke for the laymen of the church, when a gasoline stove at his

KiBsimmee, belonging to .a negro. most popular winter residents. He voicing their anticipations of a pros- home became unruly : Collector. .I.
6' Little damage resulted. and Mrs. Ward have visited Kissimmee perous, progressive church yean. lr
Y .Lost-At Fair ground Thursday, a a number of times before and As a pleasing close to the program, MR. AND MRS. B. M. HALL EN
black silk poplin handbag with small have many friends here who are,extending Mrs.: P, K. Weaver was invited to TERTAIN.The :
aligator pocket-book, containing sum them, a cordial welcome sing and rendered a group Of tire charming audi-- .' -. " " " H " !'

of money inside. Finder leave at Gazette DIST. SUPT. songs which' delighted home of Mr. 'and Mrs. M. B.
OVERSTREET ,
office and receive reward. Hall, Mabbette street, was the scene -
5-lt-p. ence.A ooo.oooooou..oi
i IMITATES OFFICERSAn social hour followed when the 0000000000 ooooooou 00 0 0 000.0'Have
C. W. Weddington of Atlanta who .. ushered into the dining of a happy gathering Saturday even
guests were : ing, Jan. 13th, when the class in ,telegraphy -
1' has been spending the past five winters +
where Mrs. D. G. Wagner and
installation of officers of Os- room
and few friends
a other were
,} in Kissimmee' arrived Sundayand ceola Lodge No. 74, %. 0.' O. F., was Mrs. L. H. Ingram presided at a entertained. Your Plowing Done
is busy greeting his former held 'Friday night at their hall -whenP. daintily laid table and served assorted Children's costumes, recitations,
friends. lie is staying. at Mrs. West- cakes and hot chocolate. They were
fall B. Wicoff, Past District Deputy musical selections] games and refreshments -
Grand Master, came down from Orlando assisted by a bevy,of young ladies. were in order and the fifteen -
Charles and Jim Holtsclaw of Kis accompanied by a staff, and guests were unanimous' in their With a Moline Tractor .
simmee spent the week-end with their acted as initiating officer. THE REV. CANNON BRYAN expression of having had a pleasant ,
grandparents Mr. and Mr J. T. Allen I1 I1rar
After the ceremony an oyster supper time. ,
at their home on Seventh street. was served at McCranie'c Cafe. i NEW RECTOR FOR ST. JOHNSThe Prizes were offered to the best little

Sanford Herald J. L. Overstreet, District Deputy I Rev. Cannon Bryan who has boys and first prize "a shoots We are prepared to do alt kinds'of;| plowing -
MrsRobert Trimble] and son, Rob- Grand Master of the I. O. O. F., has j just retired from the Rectorship of pistol" was- awarded Walter Bass,
$ bie, after spending the holidays ,with visited a number of lodges in. this one 'of the largest churches in Toronto second prize, a watch, was given "Bil- and disciug for the public with,a
Bradentown relatives left Saturday territory the past week, initiating the Canada, after 31 yearn of continuous lie Prune Juice."
i!, for their home in KI..immee.-Mana. newly elected officers. service, will take the services in
, tee River Journal. : On Monday night he motored to the Episcopal church. Kissimmee for CAMPAIGN TO RELIEVE Universal Moline, Tractor. w

W. M. Trier, editor of the Florida Sanford for this pleasant duty. He the winter. Bishop Cameron Mann; SYRIAN! -ARMENIANS
Farmer and Stockman, of Jacksonville was accompanied by ht* staff. T. J.Woodall. of Orlando, was pleased at the first PHONE a
d; was a prominent visitor in Kis ]. Dist Deputy Grand Warden: service and very warmly commendedhim The nation-wide campaign for ,
; simmee this week attending the meet- C. F. Thrasher, Dist. Deputy Grand to the congregation. The sere funds to relieve the terrible conditionsin e
,
ing of the Florida State Live Stock Secretary; J. D. Jeffords, Dist. Dep- ices of the church are now being held Syria and Armenia, where the population Mach Bros. or W. H. Wilson
Grand and W. H.
uty Treasurer:
Association. regularly.] Morning prayer at 11 a. ( is literally starving in the war
a- Jones. Dist. Deputy Grand Chaplain.] m., and evening prayer, at 7:30 p. m. devastated regions, has been instigated .
.
,' J. F, Page, J. J. Ellis and C. G. After the ceremonies they were invited -
r'' Flint all winter visitor in Florida Sunday School and Bible] class at 10 under the leaderships the Council -
to spread.,
a
now spending*some time in Orlando, On evening 'visited a. m., Holy Communion, fortnightly. of National Defense, when it is
Tuesday they
A cordial invitation is extended to that thirty million dollars will
"; were visitors here Thursday, enjoy the St. Cloud lodge No..66, and ex- be hoped
to ooo.ooooooooooooooooooo.oooooO OOOOOOOfOOOooooooo.o
all visitor and new comers be raised to supply them with the ,
ing day at the fair grounds. .They
Jhe pect to reach Orlando lodge No. 20 the benefit of the I''
present and enjoy necessities of life. Florida's portionof
were accompanied'by C. 1; Hunger-
1 ford, of Orlando. next No. 88 Monday some time night,next and week.Eustis lodge Lees- spiritual uplift of the church' dollars this, sum and is Osceota two hundred County thousand is urgedto Block of five Lots For Sale! j
r '
Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Hamilton and burg lodge No. 68 completes the district DEATH OF E. H. McCOWN.E. contribute her "bit" toward thisgreat ,

daughter; Mr. L. A. Hamilton and and that trip was' made, on Mon-. H. McCown, who formerly raided "- need.

daughter, Miss babel]. arrived from day of last week. x here died at his home near At Kissimmee the Boy Scout and 250x208 Pt.. Located In South Part of Town. ;
their Toronto home Friday to spend : Burchard, Nebr... on November 15,the the Fulechee Camp Fire Girls, under '
six month at.'their pretty bungalow J. R. CILBERT.IS CANDIDATE'FOR cause of death being Spanish inflnenra. the direction of Scoutmaster Pledger, Eighteen inch fill to City Ditch. Over"haIE'
' in Lake Shore Addition. They were REELECTION.J. The deceased was 42 years,. 5 and guardian, Mrs. C. H. Summers
x accompanied by Mr. ,and Mr. J. Dick, R. Gilbert, who has held] the position months .and- 3 day. old. He is survived are undertaking the'taskof, carryingthe rich muck land. flowing'well obtainable. 4'

I' of Coburg, 'Canada. of city clerk of Kissimmee for by a wife six sons a ,father, message to the people and collectIng .- Good' garden bfl. Will sell cheap'for'cash. t;

J, E. Tourney Bowling Green,,O., the past several years, announces his :J. A: McCown; two,brothers, George the subscription '
1 \ who vhaa been spending the past candidacy top re-election] in this issue and Will and three dater 'M1'$. J. The scouts have distributed the lit : Gazette Kissimmee \
'month at Tituivilie, came over to the of the. Gazette. Mr ""Gilbert has P. Ru*.e"ll, Mra. Ben Plodgett and erature and poster) and the CampFire Apply, Valley ,
;. State Livestock meeting and the stock achieved' an enviabe] record for' attention Mrs. Roy Ogle bee. As will be remembered. Girl will call upon the peoplefor .
j. r how and beeue'Thursday.' Mr. to duty and accuracy in his ,Mr. McCown,.during, the their aid.' The campaign will
; Toumey was: so pleased,with the city records. He has made 'an'. excellent .of his stay here, was close next Wednesday'when, it i t. hop-
that he(expect.to return.next week official and has many friends who employed the South Florida Lumber ed every person who values the corn : '
j with a, party of sixteen, and make will be glad of an :oPportunity to ,Company, and made many friends forts he enJoys'will do- something, for Get Your Job ,Printing from the Valley Gazette

I their. headquarter. here,* again, ,support:, him.. ,who will,regret to learn of. his death.,,these hungry people.
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SIX 10, ,THE USSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, fRIDAY, JANUARY 17,. 1919 x

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>, 9th ANNUAL SUB-TROPICAL II!!I LIVE STOCK CONDITIONS lNEUROPET.It'' Spring Fertilizer ,"



Impr*eslon. of an Agricultural Com- I shortage! of concentrates af-
MID-WINTER FAIR mlMloncr. October during, S..pt..mber 1515 ,and ',Ifocts dairy cows, work norses, young I; I

: r By Husbandti,

.
'
.
industry.There
Animal ( 0
found necessary in England pt"tec.ence '

GREAT I VICTORY, AND ,: are five--main-- point which ''order waa indicated.given these The milK classes supper in n.the.. Florideal Special? ; 1
I wish to
emphasize jn order to give been seriously cut on account of the :; .
.
a,categorical outline of the live stock ''shortage of concentrates, part.calarif ) ,

PEACE EXPOSITION : them.conditions in Europe a. we fouifd f Jin France Hay is short and in k ng, Cherokee.'Speciof Mixture ,,
'land{ there was last year a reoucv. .,
f 1. How well have European"farm.era acreage of roots and a poor crop 't ,
.. maintained their herds? I 2. To bridge over the shortage o Alkideal''' Grower :._', :\
In the United
Kingdom there are native beef during the winter an.
5 : COUNTIES : INVITED : TO : EXHIBIT .: about as many cattle and horses on :!spring without sacrificing any you>v t .
.
.... farms supply as however before,the it war.relatively The horse ahort j' stock especially fit for breeding important purposes.in Kianco Thiia Fertilizer should be in tEe ground before the Heavy growth ::;7,

on account of the increased acreage!,where the people have nojt to kn, larti. Let u* book your order,for: prompt shipment. ::.
ORLANDO FLORIDA or land under cultivation aa oompared great extent been accustomed. to th ." ,
with that before the war. Sheep have use of refrigerated ,beef, A hopefu 4'
declined in Great Britain since th! fact i I. the great use of thi : ',
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. .
war about 946.000 head, which it food product among the Frencl :
1919 nearly 4 per cent of the number before -'Army, which will probably make i Manufacturers: Ideal Fertilizers
FEBR'Y 11-14 the war. We have no figures for
more easy to Induce civilians to use/
Ireland for 1918. The decline in refrigerated beef.i,( t Jacksonville: Fla.- :

sheep in Great Britain is due to the) 3. To repair the losses in noima. e b ,
>shortage i I of labor competent to care'numbers of'animal as far as possible
; ,The War it Over--Come 'Celebrate the. Great Event for them to high' prices for fats owesas with stocks already on hand ,
( oOOttO .OH OOOOOOOOOOOOO ooooooo. .
OOOO.OO.'OO
; ( much aa for _
Weathers of This
1\\ .rrlrne is a corollary of the preceding .
:
With U. equal weight)! an the atorm' of problem and interlocks with it. \ ,
April 17,1917. rig have declined I i I 111. What i* America's share in I ) "
FINEST FAIR IN FLORIDA GUARANTEED ,: in Great Britain 809,000 which is 33 these problems? .I i' ;'
I I percent of the number On hand before -1 I I 1. To supply meat and'''dairy product t ,r' .

''', Wonderful Exposition of Fruit, Field and Garden Crops, Stock, Poultry : the war. This decllrJf'is' entirely In sufficient quantities tq en, M '. ._'
due
to the shortage of V;ncentrates. able : r,
j I European-farmers to keep alive
,Art,,Domestic, Education.. ''1 Pigs are not raised on ".-)81 in Eng. every animal needed for, breeding '1..,(,
: land and
the
industry is more dependent The more that Americacan .. .
purposes.
I
II in tie State. Airplane Exhibit. ,
Best Race on concentrates than in the furnish these food products the 1 .
United States
JOHNNY JONES' FAMOUS SHOWS. : So far as sale and careful obser !'be more able readily and sooner will Europe ,kl
to restock. the devastated
vation indicate there has been no de"t'lmation farms. -
: of breeding stock in the 2. To furnish horse both for ,
Fertilizer
agricultural
FOUR DAYS OF PLEASURE & INSTRUCTION United Kingdom.In purposes and city use. The 'I Ii.

France cattle fell off 2000.000 difference in prices of horses between ,.I.

0 HOtO. to-H.: *.4-fl'*<"v> <' "fr<>4><>*** 0"> O' 0 C 0 H-Oo+ j in head the(from, 14.000.000 of( to 12,000,000, Eurooe and America' is. very irrput ,
the
war'inee trade In
._ .., the first shod ofthe invasion The horses will probably deelop ;
-- in
-- - 1914 \' as soon aa it is known how '
the decline in ,Peace stops the fighting but not the
o .coo numbers has been .less many,horses will be demobilized from :
than 2 per cent. There'are today the armies,. and as soon ,as shipping feeding.: Our armies at horn and abroad

more young cattle in France than facilities will permit the transportation our Allies and ourselves must be fed.

For Good and Quick Returns the before country the war cattle and have In some actually parts increased of- and as of soon horses as across there the are ocean sufficient and More food must be produced in 1919. ;"..;: i

in numbers. Horses on farms feed supplies in Europe to support Lack of fertilizer will cut ,down your '
.
In France have declined about 1,000, : larger number of animals than
SHIP Td_ 000 head (from 3.260,000 to 2,250- now have. they production. Labor, cars, raw materialsall -

., 000) This decline has to a.considerable 3: If America had 'sheep to sparewe are limited. Fertilizer factories must

J. H. HicKs Produce'Co. substitution extent been of oxen made, Although good by the we them.would be called upon to furnish begin shipping at once 'to move even a

traveled a great many hundred miles normal tonnage by planting time.
4. America may'be called to
110 ,E. Bay St. Jacksonville, FIn. throughout France I do not recall furnish. dairy' cows to restock upon Europe
ever having seen cows being usod ,but this is a matter,that will have to Shape up your plans and order now. i

"Let' Get Acquainted" for work purposes. be determined in the future. Waters & Carson Grocery Co., Local '
Sheep have suffered most of all IV. Except horses, the export of ,-
in France, declining from 16,000,000in live animals from the Representatives, .
/ +W) &w&wE. :-:+:' Y.4444er4 0'Y'S4v United States
1913 to 10,500,000 in 1917 by the is doubtful, for the following reasons' Kissimmee, Fia.'
. . latest report. The invasion, the I
-- - I 1. Farmers' prefer to buy stock Armour Fertilizer Works'Jacksonville.
shortage of labor competent to handle which is near by, accessible, of known
0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY I them, and the extremely high prices characteristics and acclimated. Fla. :.
are responsible. The sheep situationseems !
I 2. European breeders.
have
'J conserved
z Jacksonville Florida (
to be
giving everyone a great their herds for the of
purpose
1 Fertilizers. Insecticides, Sprayers, Poultry Supplies 1 deal of concern. meeting this demand and will naturally \
in
Pigs declined Now
from
be better able to for it Order !
For have been fertilizers In this' Siale--.we have 4,000,00 compete
thirty yeMt we manufacturing satisfied cut 7,000,000 to on account of than farmers across the '
sea.
1 ton erl In every.county In Florida. I the scarcity of concentrates, but no I 3. The risk of loss in thinning" and

'Wn. F.r Latest Pries; LJ.L; Trims always: m, Gar with Q.ali'7 one Is worrying in the least. They on account of acclimation will naturally ..
feel confident that the industry will I
be
heavy on.animals
.. transported
..
soon re-establish itself} i
--
1'-- -- as soon .as abroad. .
.
oH+Xo conditions permit. I 4. The expense of shipment will be ,
6 Conditions in other countries are very heavy and there should be ;
a considerable -

that not so the clear.cattle Dr.situation Pearson in Italy reports is I animals in margin between the cost or I Trade -
-WANTED- the! United States and -J> rxport ;
much the same as in France, butthat their value in Europe in order to ren ,
heep have not declined -J> much. der such a risk worth taking.
Belgium is probably almost or quite V. If after the above considerations ,J

Your Poultry and Eggs cleaned farmers out of everything., German are :duly tried out and the means indicated Latin. AmericaWhat
judging from the report of above drawn upon to the fullest \
: supplies their of human food have kept possible extent Europe Is still! Sells Here Sells There .

bleeding stock intact. They found to be short of the ,. .
k We have probably been keeping their attention imals the United necessary, an Manufacturers: wishing to market their products: LatinAmerigffrsr ..' ,if, : .;,:,
44r,1 ; will pay cash and can use all'thefr' on the main chance and have States will bf . \ ,. ,,' ,
o
drawn '
: :' eggs you, can ship., We can fu.tnlslt '1 :;t conserved their breeding stock witha' best efforts upon.should Until be that.put time forth our t* ca'will be benel tied by communicating: with our Export Bureau.. .. ;, ......
'' to '''- .
view participating in the '' 'lI4'f'
"
'! tradein supply animal : ,\ \ ,\ .. \ :
you with the empty ten doze1iiweggT .' breeding animals in Europe after concentrated form product, namely in, meat the most and We can sell your goods through our'' \ ".' ,

with fillers 40c each f. the war. Horses have probably Declined dairy products. .
cases at o. b. in Germany and Austria Hungary Native Representatives !

Tampa. Get in touch with us. as much as in France judging '
I from statements from soldiers in the MILK IN WINTER. and trade connectioni.: Publicity in two hundred Latin American. .
Allied Army concerning horses in Why do cow give less milk '
your <
: SAffOLD BROS. PRODUCE CO. II the German army during. the ,last in winter than they do in summer T Newspapers and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture Theatres) 1

month of the war. Just because nature does not .-
supply in South and Central America will the
TAMPA, FLORIDA It carry storyof your pro-
i is probably true that sections of them with grasses and green food .
Europe which have suffered the only But we have come to the assistanceof ducts-straight to the Merchant: Business Men, Buyers) and Consumer '1
"0 <"C"><.< M" 4 >* M serious decimation of breeding herdsare Dame Nature with B. A. Thomas'
those which have actually been Stock Remedy which contains the in these South American Countries.. ti
I devastate) by the war. Herds in those very ingredient that the green feed
"OVER THE TOP" IN CHIL- $53,000.00, and many counties had sections which have escaped such supplies in season only of course, Co-operative Catalogues .
DREN'S HOME CAMPAIGN not sent in their reports, so the indi- devastation have been kept a normal in a more highly concentrated form ;
cations are that the total amount of size or better in order that their owners We guarantee that this remedy will We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in'the language 't ,
;: the contributions for the homeless can furnish animals to' restock the make your cows give! more milk and .
Once again the ?Brood people of kiddies will be near to $60,00000 war-wept farms, even though they better milk with the same feed. Waters of the South and Central American Republic .' J
Florida have gone ''over the top" in when all the return are in. It seem. have had to incur 'unduly heavy expenses &. Carson Grocery Company. "
a big campaign for funds, this time ed quite impossible to expert success to accomplish this 1
for the homeless, orphan and needy !I in this campaign when it was first What are the greatest purpose.II. live LIVE STOCK IN FLORIDA. If interested\ write wire or call:

'children of our own state, under the announced, because of the many big stock problems of the Allies? .
care of 'Florida's greatest charity"the campaigns which had preceded it, but 1. To -get through the winter on : The existence at one time of an a.zere .
Children's Home Society of Flor- the good people of Florida have come reduced feed abundance and varied wild animal
ida, which has ita state headquartersand across again, and have shown that into a winter supplies England with neverwent and bird life in Florida'' ia proof that Diefd a '
two children' homes at Jacksonville they are deeply interested in their a small quantity of season cottonseed such domesticated forms ought to do well, ALLIED: AMERICAN: ASSOCIATION .' I'

own kiddies in need, as well as thoseIn on hand as this and other feeds cake a* in the case, as seen by fine herds AJ MIAN D BLOCK CHICAGO U. S. A. .
The turn asked for during the cam- Belgium Poland. Armenia and such as milling year offals; are also short., and.flocks in many parts of the state. l, "
paign which closed on New Year's France. While the armistice has Grass and forage crops can_ be grownplentifully .. '
Day was 6000000. This sum received Supt. Marcus C. Fagg; and Mrs. relieved the situation materially with practically perennial --
up to New Year's Eve was Arthur G. Cummer who directed the there is still pastures. There i I. a regular supply '
[campaign, and the board .of directorsof I toolittle feed available. Large numbers
I of good water with no continued extremes -
the Home Societydesire to say the in of both beef cattle were being marketed of cold or heat to put a strainon SEED' POTATOESFor
England and France
biggest kind of a thank you to last the
every vitality of beast or bird, and
Ask Your Grocer individual firm, organization, church October which would ordinarily have ,
,
expensive shelter Is not needed. The Spring planting December and
been held ; January delivery
and?:
shortage of ;
school, society club, who in any way over a native
stock and dairy Interesta are represented -
For have assisted in making the campaigna beef was regarded as certain by active organizations. The Highest quality MAINE grown. "
; success and, a special thank to the after January 1. for Prices
.[!I1 Live Stock Association hat for its Write firing quaatit desired. We handle
'newspapers of the state for their president Dr. W. F. Blackman of No: 4 Rose Irish. Cobbler
wonderful Spanldinf Early Red Bliss TriumphNew
A and
CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES support publicity. A p''
WHEN Jacksonville and R. W. Storrs of Dei,
omplete list of all contributions', and NEURALGIA Funiak The Crop Turnip, Cabbage,Onion Seeds and Sets.
Springs as secretary.
:>" subscriptions later will be published a little Swine Growers. Association hu for We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been ?

annual report.by the Home Society in its :' f ATTACKS NERVES Its president, Z.., C. Herlong of Mfca- tested and known,to be best adapted to our soil and climate. -- i

and W. H. Traer of Jacksonvilleas
nopy Largest Seed Oats Seed Seed (:
Crop Rye
Rape. Vetch Barley,
secretary and R. G. Johnson of Whet' . ", I
OVER THE TOP AND THEN SOME"I Tallahassee as president and John M. I English Peas, Beans,

Sloan's" Liniment Scott of Gainesville as secretary of Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE *
Best Test never felt better In my life than scatter Association. on Request
By ,
0( Every since taking the first dose of Mayr'sWonderful the" congestion and the Dairy in these industries Person can address interested -- BLUE RIBBON LAYINC1MASH MAKES YOUR' HENS LAY.

,of indigestion Remedy.and bloating I had a,and bad tried case 'relieves painA the secretary-for detailed information t ITALIAN RYE FOR, :
?;
Tha'Strtine'' Withstand the Winter all kinds of medicine. Mayr's Won- a. to the advantage' of the
CoM Better Than UM Weak 'derful Remedy is all and more thanis I state for any one or mil of them. The
'? ;You must have Health. Strength and En- claimed for lit. On my recommen- little, applied scrtbwf n4h'f.will State Marketing Bureau of Jacksonville ,nip LAWNS."t

'I Juraoo tol,flfiht Colds.Grip auc1lD. uenza. dation our postmaster's wife is us ffnetral* immediately and rest and. It invite-farmer to communicatewith
oothe when have
the to
they product
nerves.
ing it with results. It
good is sim-
: When your blood U tot fn's healthy a
ell. The Bureau has the -of
I eood.1doD.nso..* not,circulate properly' I pie, harmless preparation that re- Sloan's Liniment b very effective la,. name
all the reliable dealers in the United .
,your system la unable .to withstand theGROVE'S ,moves the catarrhal mucus from the &Lay ng external pain ,strains,bruit*,
tc intestinal tract and allay the inflammation aches,stiff joints,so :muscles rumba-. State, and .can give.information of '
N I which causes practically goy neuritis;axiatica.rheumatic twinge value to, produce' about prices and r T a
,
TASTELESS Chill TONIC'' call e
(stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, Keep a big bottle'always on hand market l t ? i9J.
Fortifle the System Against CoM Grip OLDEST
for
family
including use. Druggist
appendicitis. One dose will everywhere, "
.. I **fiKj InfloevuM DT Purifying and &richiiiditbo I convince A want 'ad. in the Valley Gasette ESTABLISHED
Blood. or money refunded.. J. z. +MRtT1GA ATAbOC'i I 'jliOfITNERM J
Roberson and druggists everywhere.FOR will rent your *par. rooms.
It CClDtaIM the well-known teats
.' : prop Sloan's +WLISLKPRICCUST :I ttOUSCINFLDRIOA,
-lathes of Quinln end Iron In a formaxeptabe ,!o
: to die most delicate. stomach RENT-Furnished flat with .ii41b curse la 6 to 14 Days .
,and I* pleasant to take. You can soon feel modern improvements. W B.. ri rr.l.' DraA1 M{ toad mooer If PAZO OINTMENT fkDsto
our*lidUnt.Blind. Bla <)ln|_Pratradln*Pita*.
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... ,. THE' KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTES FRIDAY JANUARY 17. 1919. SEVEN

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: PONT! LET A-COCO' STATE AUDITOR'S REPORT-FOR OSCEOLA COUNTY .,.

Tallahassee, Fla. January 1. IOU :
IEEPYOU Governor Sidney J. Catta. \ -";,
: z HOME The CapltoL '
. Dear LIr-: :f
I have the honor to report that I have just examined the book and accounts
:' Pr. Klna's New Dlscorery'nlmoet :! ot the officers ot Osceola county and submit herewith my report on same. RING! -

DeTer falls to 4 ,
Till: CLERK OF TilE CIHCl'IT COl'RT
bring quick relict The Clerk of h. Circuit Court .. County Auditor. and a. Clerk of the
County Judges Court keep Ihe u.ual records, and accounts: regularly and, ( 1 1'j
Small doe once in awhile and thie promptly for monies collectedfrom the ale of tax certificate. There are
some certificates ot under and collection which I
throat-tearing, lung-cplittino cough : prior Clerk. Investigation : _
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think will be satisfied. "
'eooa quiet down. Another dON ana a ,

Lot bath before jumping; Into bed a couirri-Jt DGF.' a _

good sleep, and back to normal ia the The County Judge ha. accurately kept a. record of all hunting licence -
rooming. Collected and deposited, by him af regular ,|ntiTval a. the raw pro*.Idea. A
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Dr. Klnz'e New Ducovery.. well : p < -
('Of'NT" uricRi'VTKMJHmT:: or 'r,:BMC IKIHTRVCTIONThe :
known. lor fifty year it's been County Superintendent of Public Instruction keeps neat minute of
relieving cough cold and .bronchial the act. ot the Board of Public rn.lrUclon'and It. receipt and disbursement: I
ttacki.. For fifty, yean it bas been He ha. properly accounted: for all money collected by him from teacher -
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old examination. I. r I .: ,
by druggist everywhere. A _

reliable remedy that you your seU or any TIIKASIHKH.The -, .

member your family can take aafely. Treasurer turned. aver to the Countv depositories. the following ,
amount. a* shown. by hi* book. to be his receipt.. -, z -
Train Those Stubborn Bowels General Revoiiue ..__.__________.?_, 3.42405 -v - .
Help nature take It. course, not: Fine and Forfeiture ________________ .97.74.. .
I" vrith violent habit-forming County Road ________._v___-__.-_._- 11.1111.4SPublicity ;
a purgative _________?__u____....-,_. 471.98 -
t-- but with gentle but certain and Hard Surface Road Fund .<1_....... 1.9\14.81 .
. mturat-laxative. Dr. )(jnc'* New Life S County ,School Fund .?.?*.--.----- 8. 93.60. -
..',. I'lll! Tonic In action it stimulate the al.\lb1.lt f> r : S \

... babowda.Soldbyds'uggiataever'where.. : /
-.I'Ip"clal'ub.Rchoo nh.lrlrt No, 1PpfciHl .._ 1.084.88 ,
" I Rub-School' District: No. I _. 66.54 I
'; Pperlnl' Bub-School. I Met riot No, 1 ,._ 1.8911.01
Special I Hul.-Hchool 'District No.Hpeclal 4 __ 1.1111.14:
Nub-R<'hool District No" II t H.01 .
/-.. Special. Sub.S<,hooi District No. 6 .._ '19.19
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( Total ...:................* 6.838.14SUKIIIFF1. -- .l -.1-I- "
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cj.' The Sheriff had good record of the fOnd and forfeiture.' showing dates, .
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;2 E.'S. HOFFMAN, M. D. nam&and 'dlapo.1I few t1\"lca:! Ion. lot p..raon.. a. comil to coileetiOfla%" under hi.and custody d.p..It.I.there There holnll were cx- you'll have a streak of smokeluck thatTl
SnVvwo credit which I. In cour.e of ad- ,
amount not depo.lted to hi. : ,
mniiasi SAY
OPTICIAN
; fOCULlSTAND Jmtment 0 pep-ta-jrour-smokemotor, all right, if you'llringin
, Eyes Examined by Regular Ret- The 'Fax Collector| under authority I of Section 4t Chapter 5596. Act of 1MT. ,
. istered Physician. hanlh June, turned over to the Sheriff for collection, the {following; accountato with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and
be collected: from delinquent tax payer., and It appear 1, 2.
Glasses Fitted. 19 and 18 had since been p.ld.nd the Sheriff proml.ed me.th.t he would Immediately nail some Prince Albert for packing! .

collect: the other, amount or proceed tG.I..y. on personal propertyto .
Broken Lena Duplicated. '
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.. ZS W. Church St. Orlando, F!.. satisfy. the oth.v.r..n{) Barber ...___.____________.1 ..1? -. ... Just between ourselves, you appealing all along the smoke line.

4.: M. n Bryan ......_-__....________ 1.11 who before could .
t t. D Barrier ____*..._____________... 1.811 never. will wise-up to b..potMen' never
tt ' .. W. A. Drawdy ....________.___.___ 11.110 4z.w; _: -. until call a pipe. smoke a'pipe And men who've '_
w. B. Crawford ,Lee Jarre! 7. A. K. Donegan _.____.____.___a.-.. SO.SO smoke-joy you can
.. 5. Deer:! Park Stock, Company ........ 860.SS by its first name, then, to hit the smoked pipes for years all testifyto
CRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORtfteYSATLAW 9. J. R. Donegan .....__.-..-.__..___ SO.$0 I I it hands out I P. A.
',, 10. V. Clyde Edward ...___...____... S.7( S I peak-of-pleasure you land square the delight

91"". Of fleet" | 4. 5. 6, and 7 CltUen.V It 11.! Gray stone Hotel .___...____....... 67-.SS on that two-fisted-man-tobacco. n't'bite' or perch Both are -I IIL

BnI ., 11. )t. .1. Hick. ...................... I,.1 Prince Albert I cut out by our exclusive patented.
v' Buildinjr t 14. J. C. Howard ._..-.........____... 5..0 : ," , ..
9 aUaaiminee Florida 11. Robert Hugh '............__..... t.Si Well sir. you'll be so all-fired process! -
14. U J. Jone. ...._...._. 1.47 $ ,
1'"- .n. w. n. King _._______r..i..n.r"sss ,t happy you'll want to get a photoRi&ht now while the going's
; DR. W. W. CARSON 15. C C. Gulp -__._*.____.....____?.__,. . all ,
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;.\1 DENTIST II. Wm. Ifontidooa ................... SCO > graph of yourself breezing up the good you get out your old j ypikewithyoutamokethrottlewide
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.,'I'. ) f Office over Filly Building' ll"W.. R. Nettle ______......___*,___. SCO pips or the papers and.land on \
: Office Hour' '-II. 1-4w C IJP ceol? Telephone Co. .,____,___-___. 11.15 open I TaLk about *.moke.apotU some P. A. for what mils yourparticular
)tr., N. Resrsro _........ '
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'ea usa. 'Phone A4ailnl.tered Itl Re.ldenoe for Bxtraetloa'Phea*t I 1.. J. S Stratton -..-..._,.._?..._.?___?? 7.00 CRIMP CUT Quality makes Prince Albert BO 4uno4..ppe6'f. J t
*7. M. W. Simmon. _.._...______ t 4.22 ,
I t: Teeth ---- U) HM MMI |M AND
4 : IS. St. Cloud Dev. Co. .__. __* 1.00 F......""-eAlMef---.u.. _reJ&eg.t4p' ..
:- SO. Tucker CKUHetTt TOIACCO
; Brick Co. .....JIHHI !
r -__ 18500i red tas.Ioeu__ad .u It.V p..d eM $uesM.eSa4
: LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW .J wa.ifornid! thata Cadillac car containing about fifteen case. of pint _lee, ...-. ..'tK.4 p..4 .. giw ksa,4J.r_III apge .
(91) vtilskey, a 414 gallon keg of whiskey and one whit. man a white ....6..er ,.' Ioe' ke.pi tA. t. e ... sA pcrls4 .sedi.s.s.
oy.' and a n..rp man captured; In or near Orlando and, turned over to the rri"..- '

! : Sr Sheriff ., J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, 'Win.ton-Salem, N. C,
.- He proceeded: to Jail whiskey and prisoners, and when putting the negro ,
Waricf Building.ft. In Jail and taking oft hi. hand cuff.. one officer ru.h.d In with pistol It apeered r _
i. to shoot the negro, and so threatened. The Sheriff deputized In hi. 7
( llstre-s. a certain man standing or.coming near, and the pistol waG taken Graves, Blanchet ,A Thornburgh '
: ._ f+t Jefanston O. P. Garret from the enraged officer, and the officer left In the care of the newly deputized By Q. C. Woed. LEGAL .ADVERTISEMENTS
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nan. while the Sheriff with his
: regular deputised Sheriff proceeded to put ,
. .'. JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW he other prisoners' In other department., leaving the negro In one depart- Toledo Ohio. August 80th. ItlS.
. nent. The sheriff was hurriedly called back to the In 'Bo.rd J. L. Clerk. Klsslmmee
negro who. the Sheriffsmd'one Honorable of County Commissioners.. Overstreet NOTICB TO CRUJDITOBS.
, : :; was kick..d and badly beaten Vp by the enraged Officer new deputy Florida.. "
OffICSI 10, 11. and 12 Citi>eiu Baa) or two other.. OenU..m.nFor :-.. !. the C.... ef Cnmtr ,,:.._ OseeelaIn ,
, .BuUdlnc A. complaint were made to me about the affair I a.ked the privilege .4..iOO.OO bond of Special:! Road A Bridge District No. S, Osceola C...,,,, ...t. .f Flert.
KlMlmmse. Fla. .0 see the negro and check up the whiskey which I did, and found SMS pint. County, Florida bearing; date to be agreed upon maturing at the rate of r* 3C.tsteel Clyde H. ..._
nd no keg. I enquired about the keg. and understand that It was. placed.In $!,OOO.OO each year from date bearing Interest at the rate of I per cent:! per .
\he sheriffs c.r. and has since, been placed with the other whiskey. annum both principal and aeml-annual Interest payable at some Bank or To all Creditors. I*g-ateea. Distributee.'
I find that .Inc. January let, 191$. te December 1st. ISIS, there were about Trust Oomeany-In-New..York City In-denoralnatlon f&OO each,, we will pay and ,all Persona having Claim., or.
"1.008,00 paid out by w.rr.ntadr.wn on Fine and Forfeiture account and Forty Four Thousand Three Hundred Forty Dollar (I44.J40OO and accrued Demand agaln.t said Estate
.(55 than .J.OOO.oo placed to' the credit of the Fine .and Forfeiture account Interest from date of bond to date of delivery to u. In Toledo Ohio.. We You and each of you, are hereby
'>y fine and forfeltues Imposed by the Justices of the Peace County Judges, will furnish blank bonds ready for execution free of expense. notified and required to present any
ounty Judge'. Court and Circuit Judge' Court' : : Thl. proposal I. made subject:! to sufficient tax: levy to pay Interest and claim and demand which you or
DlSD1.F BJIIEB' .The Mlllage levied on the taxpayer of the county wa. raised from 'K" S principal as .It matures, railroad running: at least through some. part of the either of you may have against the
, )t a mill In IMS to 1U mills to meet this demand. Since April' ISIS, there District and that the assessed valuation of the district:! I I. not less than estate of Clyde H. Baa, deceased late
tppesrs to have been about 29 cases: not pressed In the Circuit Judge'! Court .000.000.00. of Oaceola:! County, Florida to the undersigned .
ind about 163 In the County Judge's Court.. There also appears to be, count- Prior to taking up and paying for said bond we are to be furnished with Administratrix of said es-
ng' each of the various case.continued: from Court to Court, about 166 In the I'" -full complete certified: transcript of the record proceeding leading up to t.t.. within two year from the date

SELLS :trcult: Judges Courtnd 185'In the County Judge' Court. and culminating In the Issuance of these bond together with the usual deliverycertiflctes .Dated: n..mb..r. Stth A. D. IMS.St. '
Not guilty Circuit Judge's Court, II County Judge' (S which John Thomson ,
: ; ; are necessary:! to satisfy our attorney C. RUBY O. BASS. Administratrix.
. Ordered from Circuit Court to County Judge' Court for,trial,. It; New York and that the bond are a legal and binding obligation of the said
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Sentence with no fines, Si: Case quashed, IS: .,' i".:,.. ,. , Special:! .Road and Bridge District No. S, Osceola County Florida .
:: t,: Fire, Life Accident and Blank as to disposition. County Judge'. Court 13; I'j' ..,j. $", >.,' "We will take up and pay, for said bond In current funds or the United r NOTICB. I...,;. .:t'j:
: Blank as to dispositions Circuit Judge'. Court 8; '. tJ'J i h. State*.oft America within ten day subsequent to the receipt of the final unqualified I Notice I* hereby given ,i that ," the
Mistrial Circuit Judge. Court. S 1 .aid bonds.We .'>' Board of County Commissioner of Osceola -'"
* : :Health Plate Glass. Liability ; County Judge' Court. opinion of 'John C-iThomson'Atty.? approving .
Sentences suspended In Circuit Judge' Court. <; ' rV herewith enclose our certified check In amount of 11.000.00 ... evidenceof County. Florida, will receive bid.
't Sentences suspended In County Judge' Court. SI; our good faith In making thl. proposal same to be forfeited .. liquidated up to ten o'clock a m., February Srd.
X. and Boiler Insurance. Put on docket by error Circuit Judge' Court 4; damage ahould we fall or refuse to take said bond. a. aboev provided Sameto lilt, for the construction of certain
Put on docket:! by error County 'Judge'. Court, 1Plead ; be returned to u. at onco It thl. proposal I* not accepted.Respectfully [loads In Special rdC-::: Bridge District
. guilty In Circuit: Judge'. Court. Hi: County Judge Court. lIE submitted. No. 1, e t . Bidderswill .
Legal Bonds Executed I ,am Informed that almo.t nothing I. done during the first week of the Graves, Blanchet A Thornburgh, apply to R. O. ..Cov"r of St.Cloud .
Circuit:! Judge' Court, .. the State Attorney spends almost all or quite aiL'f By 0. C. Wood Florida, or J. .. ,
) his time with the Orand Jury. Clerk. Klsslmmee. Florida, for sped'I

Same Day Needed. From the bench docket and the minute It appear that recently:! very few Klsilmmee. Florida, Sept ,,1. It It. flcatlon.The Board r..uve. the right to .- -
'a... have been taken up and disposed of during each term of Court. The Honorable Board of County Commissioner O.eeGI.ounty.. ; Klulmmee ,,ct:! any and all bid. ,
By special request I was a.ked to Investigate the act. of the County Com- Florida. J. 1_. OVIRSTRIET
nl.sloners relative to the bid. and axle of bond. of the. Special:! Road and Gentlemen-: Clerk for Board of County Commis
; OFFICE: ;7 State Bak Buil.iig Bridge District: No. 8. The bid attached hereto I. made subject: to the proceed:! from the ante of sioners. 44t.
these bond being deposited without interest charged In a bank In O.ceola
'.- The Record appear about a. t.u'c.; ;; County to be selected by u*. u
Mr. Arthur E. Doneoran stated that he waG ready to pay for the Bond.n Very truly your. NOTICE! TO CREDITOR c ""'4!, ... "
the Special:! Road and Bridge, District No. S, and presented letter a. follow.: Sidney Hpltser A Co., .t;: "
Klsslmmee.; Fla.. Nov. 14, 1 18. By Arthur K. Donegan.KUdmmee la Ceart ef ....'4'e..'" .1...... Oseeela :.7. 'i'
., J. W. THOMPSON The Board of County Commissioners. Osceola County. Klsslmmee Fla. -4 4 .sty, State .f Fisrida.Es . .
Gentlemen: We enclose you herewith draft for $44,176.00 In accordancewith :! : :! Florida Sept. S. IUI. Re E.t.C.'IIII"III; | T, Maklaq. .. :
the term of our bid ... p..r IIlatem..nher.wltb..--- The Honorable Board of County CommIssioners, Oeceola Count, Klsslmmee:, >.. '
The amount of hlil-fer-BpR-laT'Iload and Bridge :
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Florida. ,
r Funeral Directors district No. S-Jsceola County .....__........___..t. 47,064 00 Gentlemen:-.. I To all Creditor, Legatee, plitrlbu .
By allowance:! legal and of bond 1.88t.OO: tee and all Person having Claim or -
expense printing .. "
.. For your forty-glx thousand and live hundred dollar $4t,500)) Special: Demand against said Estate: a, r
Road and Bridge District N'O. I. six per cent serial bonds maturing at the rate You and each of you are hereby notified '\ .
-s- S 44,171.00 of two thousand (IZ.OOO dollar per annum Interest payable .eml-annually and required. to present any r -,
Very truly your. We will pay ''',1111.00. and accrued Intere.t from date of Issue to date of claim and demand which you, or 'f' ''1
'f ARTHUR E. DONEOAN A: COMPANY.Z delivery. either of you have against' the' 9.., .;
LICENSED EMBALMER By Arthur E. Done_ President. You are to furnish us with a full and complete certified transcript of all proceeding estate of la.l: Maklnson. deceased
[ leading up to culminating In the Issuance and delivery of these late of-Osceola County. Florida, to
" Commissioner E. Tu D. Over tr..et then made a motion that the Board at- bonds evidencing: their legality to the satisfaction of our attorneys, prior to the undersigned administrator of said
r tach a draft to the Bond. for '''.115.00. and that the Chairman be Instructed the delivery of the bond to us; bond to be delivered to us at' Toledo Ohio orat estate within two year from the date
, Store and Chapel, 8t.wartAvs, to deliver to the State Bank of Orlando, which Bank was designated by Mr. such bankas we may designate there .. soon as approved and ready. hereof. .-
r; Donegan for collection: and placed to h. credit of the Board of County Com We enclose herewith certified check In the sum of 123000 to be held by Dated December 7th. A. D. IMS.
Klsslmmee.! Flav mla.loner.p..ndlnll qualification of the Bond Trustees, seconded by Commls you .. evidence of our good faith In carrying out the terms of thl. ,bid. If W U. MAKINSON1.
sloner A. F. Bass.,and. carried and wa. so ordered the same be accepted: otherwise said check:! Is to be returned to u. at once:! 61-St. Administrator.

-:. 4)4)4) > K>4>4)4)4. >4>. 4>4>4>. 4>.4>4)4)4> 4)4) Klsslmmee. Fla. Sept. t, 118 respectfully submitted. J
Th. Honorable Board of / SIDNET BPITZER & COlll .AI'JY.'
County Commissioners, O.ceola: County, Klsslmmee, : NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Florida.Gentlemen / By Arthur B. Donegan.
M. TILLER . -
: ,. C.... *f the (.'...4y J..... Qeeeela
For your forty-six thousand and five hundred dollar ((14C.COO Special Klsslmmee. Florida. Sept. 2. 1918. te>...,.. State .f Klerlda..
: Real Estate Ao ncy. Road and Bridge District No. '. six per cent:! aerial bond maturing at the To Honorable Board. of County Commissioners O.ceola:! Count, Klsslmmee, la re Kmtmtu .f t:. l. Hyatt.To .
rate of two thousand 11.000)) dollar per annum Interest payable semi-an- Florida. '
.' ........-...................... nually. W. will pay par and accrued Interest and a premium. 310000 from GentlemenFor :- all Creditors Legatee.. Distrib
" date of Issue: to date ot delivery. your forty-.lx thousand' and five hundred dollar (t4<,500.) Special utees and all Persons having Claim) S
'" Realty bought and: soldi: .. Tou are to furnish ua with a full and complete certified tranacrlpt of all Poad and Bridge District No. S, six per cent serial bond maturing at the rate or Demand against said Estate:
proceeding. leading up to and culminating In the Issuance and delivery of these of two thou.and11,000) dollar per annum Interest payable seml-annually. You and each of you, are hereby
: Houses'rented.. ()I?" evidencing their legality to the satisfaction of our attorney., prior We will pay $".140.00. and accrued Interest from date. of Issue to date of notified and required ,to present any
:: Taxes paid and Titles ...raedI to the delivery of the bond. to ".;- bond to be delivered to u. at Toledo Ohio. delivery ___ mt..hl you or.tthr 'of you.
:. ; r at such bank ... we may designate there .. soon a. approved and ready. You are to furnish u* with a full and complete certified transcript:! of all against the estate of C. 1*
I ;' for non-resident We enclose:! herewith our certified check In the sum of 111000 to be held proceeding leading up to and culminating In the Issuance and delivery of Hyatt deceased late of Osoeol County -
by you a. evidence of our good faith In carrying out the term of thl. bid these bond. evidencing their legality to the .at).faction of our Florida, to the undersigned aurolnl.trator -'
Fire: Lire'aad Accideat ... I the *.Submit** **' otherwise "l<1 check I. to be returned to u. at once prior to the delivery of the bond to u.: bonds to be delivered to u. .ttorn.Y.1 of said estate, within" twQyears
: '. wranca.Indemnity. respectfully *. Ohio or at such bank ... we may designate there, .. .oon a. from the date hereof.
S Dated November tlth, AD .11S.

i. l Bond ARTHUR Very E.respectfully DONEOAN A COMPANY- ready.We enclose herewith Certified check: In the sum of tZSO.00 to be held by W. B. CRAWFORD.518L : .

I' 4 ) .. By Arthur E. Donegan Pre.. you as evidence of our good faith In carrying out the term of this bid. If the Administrator
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I same accepted: otherwise said check: I* to b. returned to u* at once re*- ,
The Rider was a. follow: pectfully aubmltted. NOTICE OP ADMIJUSTHATOJ

Kl.slmrnee, Fla, .Sept. I, ISIS. Respectfully submitted. (F..' Ft..I Dleek.rge.la .>
The Jon,5rable, Board. of County Commissioners, Osceola County, Klsslmmee, ARTHUR B DONBOAN' CO.,
.Florida. By Arthur E. Donegan Pre. .a 'C.... .f C.-: Jsdg.. State ..

Gentlemen: Fl......
This bid 4. made subject:! to an allowance to be made for attorney fee Klsslmmee. Fl.. Sept. t. IMS. -
and to be mutually agrseo upon also that the proceeds-of thl. bond ..aleto be The Honorable Board of County Commissioners Osceola County Klsslmmee, re Bs ate ef :Jassee W.. PrfmtU
depo.lted In bank to be designated by us no interest to be charg,d. Also Florida. Oeeevlsi (;_..,.
; City MarketPliwie t tr. that contract. ,be chosen be mutually agreed upon to do the work. Gentlemen Notice I. hereby given to all whom
Respectfully submitted This bid I. made subject to an allowance to be made by the Commissionersand It may concern that on the 19th day
ARTHUR E. DONEOAN. COMPANY to'b* mutually agreed upon for an attorney tee for preparing transcript of April. A. D 1911, I shall apply to
... By Arthurs.Donegan. and other legal work connected with the sale of these bond the Honorable 'T M Murphy Judge of
.. Probate, for
,., -' Very respectfully ald Court. Judge of
f. "" Other bid. were received: a* follow.which each appears* on It.. face to Arthur E. Donesran Co. Anal discharge .. Administratrix of

b.'a better on. tlum the one "c .Pted,. considering the rider,'or the condition _ ._ By Arthur E. Donegan. the estate and of that James at the W. same Prentia.time deceased I

of, ,the. ,bid- ,; ._, .. tHonorable Bid- NO: 1. or Arthur E. Donegan Company doe. 'not appear tome to will present: to Mild court final ae-
Bo'ard" Toledo. Ohio August '20th' have yielded a. large amount of revenue .. .would No. 1 or No. t. There counts aa Administratrix rl'-.aid I .e.-.
: : 44Stomach .' of. County. Commissioner. J. 1. Over.tr....., Clerk.. .; Wsslmmee seem t..b. six peculiarities connection: with thl. bid and sale, tate and ask for their approval. .
Florida.
l .A.unlt.mlnd'deduotlon of, $2853.00-as an allowance taken out of Dated September 27. A. Dt IMS -
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QenttemenrTV the'proceed.,by the purchasers for legal expense: and printing of bond.". '-: ' MART. PRBNTI8.: ;.
n." I We- herewith :enclose our formal' proposal for the purch.' Of S4I.SOO.00 I *n. The above deduction leave exactly" U per cent of the par value of the o-a-m-f-t-mo. Adlsnolstratlx..
per cent bond of Special Road and Bridge District No. 1. Osceola County I bonds, the lowest-amount for.which the bond could b< , ,,.:. Florld..t being *W1' that upon the acceptance of our. bid the. bond are' to I Jrd. ''That the., County Commissioners would agree .with the bond .purchaser. ----5-
.,,. ___ be delivered and paid for In the following manner I to con tract ... r Upon delivery of bond to u* we.are to.payIn oe.alr'the sum" of $U.140.00 I .* .. S '" (Orlppe), Col.... Chills anti
TronWe. and the lull .amount of accrued Interest. "X'hirtv-days (SO) thereafter the aura I PUrCth. Thar the 'proCeedsof.. the bond be 'deposited by County Commissioners Fever, Malaria can be avoided 'cad It
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foTe Used' Cbamberlaiq', .f}*.*000 and sachLThlrty.dsya (SO) thereafter the sum of.t..OOO.OO.- I. la the bank d.signatedbytbe-purchas.rs of the bonds, .*. cured.lt Plank'* Chill Tonlo: I. used.. '
; "B I T b- -Thy deferred paynsnta.to.be evidenced br accepted draft for .tHe several I 6th. The purchaser ot the,:bond. designated .depositories outside of the It b... beea '. *tas>dard ..m.d,. la
7;"j L..,lets t doctored a treat deal for atom. 'mounts: said drafts to be secured by' deposits' of Municipal. Bond. tb. .Par County. - :-, 'S. "- c _" \ <. .. SoUthern home for over' fifteen year' . -
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, r reich trouble and f.It nerrooa and tired '..I..e ofwhic1i' shell always equal the amount of the. par.value of draft out. I ". CthC< That. the-proceed 410 deposited be free. from.the charge or*payment .ad during.the epidemic Itrsave4 thou- *
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; tandloK.. th. 8t.t. Bankof Kisatmmeeorsome bank of "ftt..L. : ands of 1\\.. It
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\ THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY.; JANUARY, 1919K '

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of this practice.lie the council, is necessary, for convlc,i. 1
urged the encouragement of na' tlon. The trial will take place: this
h; tive grasses and promulgation of improved afternoon at 2 o'clock. It 1 I. understood I. .. 'r. ,.
I species. Possibly he struck that the mayor has procured
the keynote of the entire situation eminent counsel to defend his cause.
1.;
1 FOR SALE OR when he said: "What good thing was I'

ever achieved except by sweat and LAWSON A CANDIDATE ,
the spent dollar" .
lie closed his vigorous talk by sayIng -I I FOR RE-ELECTION '" Swift & Company's1918Eariings.
I
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"The world is hungry, a considerable -
part of it ,almost is actually I F. II. Lawson announces his candtidacy
I starving. !, Shall we not dot what we {I in this issue of the Gazette for
: can to feed our famished and anguish-1 I re-election to the city council for'the I '

Jed brethren, and at the same time to next two years. .
TRADE I promote to our beloved state this Industry { He has served in this capacity for '" 4'l '
which is after all the founda- the past two years, during which time /
!tion and guarantee of its enduringprosperity he has,.been_ president _of the_council.
I ?" ,His rulings have been fair ana Impar-
I tial and he has made an excellent
,DR. CARSON SEEKS RE-ELEO (presiding officer Mr. Lawson has a
number of influential friends who will
TION TO THE CITY COUNCIL ,be glad of the opportunity to again How They Affected You.
The 'dwelling property of W. D. I lend him their support.MISSIONARY ,
,.' Dr. W. Wj Carson, who' has' served )
II Burkam situated No. ,104 I the city for the pAst four years as city,, PROGRAM
councilman announces his candidacy :
twelve months
I re-elevtion ::, The Missionary Society of the"First During the
for in this issue. Dr.: Carson -
Cherry street. Corner lot. Ga- is energentic Methodist church held their monthly ended Nov. ,2; 1918 (its fiscal h
factor
has been a ftorr\ in shaping meeting in the bungalow Wednesday
rage. Cement sidewalks and I the policy pf the council since hta i'afternoon.to enjoy the following pro. year); Swift & Company trans-

incumbency. If re-elected he will no ,giom.arranged ,by Mrs. W. L.., Winn;: acted the largest volume of business
modern in i ir of the afternoon :
driveway. Building doubt continue to give the city's inter. The topic' was
Tests his best thought and service. I"The Call of the Centenary." on the smallest margin of I
r The devotional ex.rclse-leader, Mrs.
particular with spacious .
every in its"
CONFIDENCE MEN ALLEGED, !Hodnett., profit history.
Subject-"A Life of Prayer a Life
Good condition. 'TO HAVE OPERATED HERE
rooms. -/1ft. I of Discovery); (A) Discovery of God: Profits of the,meat business-under

I, last Tuesday's Timee- nJm con1tained Discovery\ of.God's Will. regulations of the United States Food
"Call the Past and Call
Reading- of
sensational: of
Present'owner secured the an old,a man, 71 years story'old, telling who had of the Present Mrs.. J. Wade Tucker. Administration -were ,limited to a
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been aix thousand Rending-"Our Task for l5>19," maximum of 9 cent
fleeced! out of dollar per on capital
for and is '
mortgage Mrs. C. H. Summers.
property iby a of confidence men
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gang opI but not to exceed 2H
employed cents
I elating in Kusimmee. The scheme'' Duet-Mrs. J. R. Gilbert and Mrs. :
tired of holding. A great bargain I used was the old threadbare "wire Lane Paulk. per doUar of sales.
.
,tapping" game. The man was brought I Prayer.Explanation.
for somebody. ('hero from Daytona and was induced. of the Centenary Swift & Company in the regulated
Movement, Mrs. Win .
Ito I bet $12,000, on a supposed hores
I race, putting up rt,000 cash and his,] Signing of pledge cards.A departments earned 7.57 per cent on
If interested consult local check for $6,000. He was told by the number of last minute changes! capital employed and 2.04 cents ,per
your I swindlers that he had won $25,000, were made arrangement owing to ill- dollar of sales, out of which had to be ...
but that it would be necessary 'for ness, but the meeting was an exceptionally -
real estate agent or communicate Ii;:him to show good faith by producing one and gratifying progresswas paid interest on borrowed money and

with I the cash for the $6,000 check. made toward reaching the goalof taxes. Here is how these earnings ..' .,;..;
I He went' to his home in the north, $100 for foreign missions which '
had been set for this society affect you.LiveStock.
accompanied by one of his con men,
', I(I secured the money and was on his I

: .; II I,.way back to this city, when the Jack G. W. FOX FOR COUNCILMAN. :
Bonville police got wind of the trans- Rainer- ''
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I I In this issue of the Gazette you
action and detained him in that city. will find the announcement of GeorgeW.
S. Y. WAY The story was given to the Times. Fox for councilman for the full Swift ft Company killed' 14,948.000
I Union Monday evening and the same term. Mr. Fox owns considerable real head of livestock,, which weighed
night there was an exodus of several estate in Kissimmee and is greatly alive 4971500.000 pound
strangers who had been under suspicion -
interested in the welfare and progressof
Phone 172 ORLANDO, FLA. by the local officers, though our, city. lie moved here a few Swift ft Company made profit at
they had no inkling of the above matter

years ago from Knoxville Tenn.. only a fraction of s cent per pound
until the arrival of the Jacksonville

where he was elected and served four
,
TiiAfl_ liveweight.
paper av afternoon. ,
-----1 years as councilman of Park"City Addition .
'I of Knoxville, an4 we clip the
PRESIDENT BLACKMAN'S AD- GAY LIVINGSTON IS A ,' .
statement form the Journaland '
TO following Consumer
DRESS TO THE STOCK MEN CANDIDATE FOR COUNCIL I Tribune in regard to him, viz:

I I "George W. Fox, who was reelected of
The sale our meat departmentswer
(Continued from Page One) Gay C. Livingston announces his to represent the first ward of Park
THEPUBLIC in the Park bearsthe 4.012,579.000 pounds on which: ,
The candidacy for city councilman in this City City council
second need of the state
'
great earnings 'were) lea than H cent: ,
oar
9 he said, was a more efficient collegeof issue of the Gazette. He is in the distinction of being the only coun- .
agriculture and experiment station wholesale fish business and hat a |'cilmanelected,, two years ago, on theI per pound. .
; than she has now. Dr. Blackman paid strong coterie of friends who will support i I citizen's ticket. lie was re-elected
a high tribute to the men who are at him and worlj for his, election.Mr. .I last Wednesday bv a very complimentary -
the bead of this institution at Gaines- Livingston Is a young man with vote. Councilman Fox i is an at The per capita consumption meat
We do not believe it would be possible ville, but said they are "over worked, progressive ideas and if elected will tomey. lie came to Knoxville from in the United States-given as 170

for us to bottle and sell ONE, and are hot provided with the facili make a good councilman. (Louden and for several term held If a consumer purchased only
ties need.*' He' the office of mayor in that town. He Swift &
HUNDRED AND FIFTY they predicted that the
GALLONSof {
I I time had come when the stock men I CITY CLERK KENNEY OF (has stood for every progressive movement Company's products he would
No. 101 Tonic per day if jt was not
should ask the legislature to which has been proposed), and contribute about 78 cents a '
an effective: treatment for influenza approp ST. CLOUD IS RECALLEDI'olitlC61'1ife chairman of the sewer committeehas only year, :
riate such a sum of money for the lag I 1H' week to tho
bean responsible for multi of this or cents a as profit
A man'who -works. large force of equipment and work in Animal Husbandry in St. Cloud these days 4
f. and related sciences of the is line of improvement in Park City."WEENIE" company. .
men came Into my office several days a strenuous proposition. A recall ..
College of Agriculture and the Experiment I. .
election
was held there Friday to oust
ago and told UI'he had twenty-flve ROAST AT BARBEAU'SISLAND.
I I Station as will put those Fred B. Kenney, city clerk, who had
I men taken with this malady in one! fully with the been in .
office for the
elsewhere edInstitu- past five or six '
; day. He immediately distributed an II II tions He expre years. Swift & Company U.S.A. '
ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among sire 'that the association would pass James God was"named as his op A merry crowd of young people '>" "

t them and there was,not a fatality in resolutions to that effect. ponent.. ., '. ? .' ,* .* "hiked" out to Barbeau'a Island Sat. ,
the twenty. ve, I I Dr. Blackman devoted a large por -The'city council/'it"! s ",;rumored urday evening. Those included in the ,J!
... tion of his talk to the theme of improving would .not issue a recall notice or calf( party were: Mrs. C. H. Summers, .
r;: :The formula by which this Tonic is,' the pastures. lie said: "Now the election, and the ,mayor issued the chaperon, Misses Alpha Westfall,
t made is given to the public,'so it cannot that the cattle tick has been doomedin official call. I Mary Singletary, Zeulene Cleckley
'f' be listed as a'secret nostrum. It I Florida, what comes next Better The election was held Tuesday when Maggie Mae MeCranie, Freda Schwei- .
contains Iron, which is for the blood; breeds, both of cattle and hogs, no Mr. Goff received 323 votes as against kart, Adah Louise Simpson Jeanette
1. ".Quinine, which is deadly to the influents doubt, but before all things else that 312 votes for Mr. Kenney. I Prevatt Gladys Griffin Lib Ledbet-
; and which we need, that which all of ter Lois Overstreet Lillian Harris .
1, germ Magnesia, which thor- we. I Under a new provision of the city >
It : the bowels. Sold us at this' juncture ought to think charter the women of St. Cloud par I Dorothy Wells, Norma Griffin Carolyn 'I"
throughout the South by wholesaleand about day and nightie the providingof ticipated in the election. The Fripp, Margaret Kenton, Claribel

,, retail druggists and :drug dealers. more and better feeds for our livestock closed at 5:30 on the first floor ()1011.1'iMeGhee I and Irene Franklin; Messrs. ........ ... . .o..oo."0-0-.. .... .o..o i6N d"I
and in particular the improvingof city hall] building and at that identical;i Frank and Edgar Bryan, Dick Bullock

j THE G. B WILLIAMS GO. our pastures. All flesh is grass, moment the city council met in session Buel Chenoweth, Bryan Simpson
!and what we need in Florida" is more on the second floor, with the Irlo Bronson, Henry Singletary, Notice to My Friends and the
grass, grass in greater quantities, mayor presiding.Mr. Murray Overstreet, Walter Bass,
& QUITMAN, GA. grass for pastures and grass for hay, Kenney, as a member' of the Stratton Story, Amos Akerman, John .. !
two blades ten blades where there council, preferred charges against the Graham, Roscoe Roberson Bert t General Public! "
4'! was one blade 'mayor, making the principal feature Wells] Burton and Byron Ames.Elmo
COME! COME! COME! The speaker urged the co-operation identical with one of the charges Griffin, Frank Bryan and George Ba- I HAVE BOUGHT : >

Where To the of every stockman in the campaignfor made against himself, namely, failure ker, from West Virginia. ..Ri..
Epworth League, 'food. feed and forage, which will to make The feature of the afternoon .
report as required by charter was a
at the
of the THE
!l bungalow' Methodist CITY MARKET
church. shortly be held under the auspices of A resolution impeach the mayor, picnic supper and a big bon fire was .

l' When?. Sunday, Dec. 19, at 6:30: the Extension Division of the Univer- J. K. Conn, was passed by a three- kindled 'and "weenies" roasted and and will carry a full line of Native and c Western Meats; alto 'Apal i. <
p. ,
eaten with sandwiches then .
fifths the feast
sitv.Dr. vote, Mr. Kenney not voting, .
m. Special music and
p s new members. Come and reception Join and of Blackman spoke strongly and the mayor declared himself im. topped off with brown tnarshmallows. .. chicola Oysters. .
us
against what he termed the insane
we will do you good.Subscribe peached. FOR QUICK SALES AND PROFITS ' '
SMALL
practice burning off the forests and Impeachment proceeding require BRIDGE PARTY. .
+M for the prairie every year and gave a concise that the mayor-be publicity tried and Mrs. H. Clay Stanford-and Mrs. I WILL ABSOLUTELY SELL FOR CASH ONLY. ,
Valley Gasette. statement of the consequences the vote. of four members of
Harry Piano were charming hostesses AIL order be in 5 o'clock
mutt by for
p. m. delivery tame day. Thank.
--- ---- Thursday of last week, entertaining .
T the Bridge, club and a few ing you in advance. I am yours for business,
t, '\w- friends at what was pronounced one
of season.the most enjoyable events of the J. J. McCRANlE '

Four tables of players spent the afternoon -

at bridge, .when Mrs _Gay
I'' ; Livingston won first prize and Mrs. .
I Walter Byrd So'Relle. of Raleigh N.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH a. F. XRIPB3 .
:: C.., who is the guest of Mr*. W. J. A. AKERMANW.
Sears, received the guests prize.At 10:00: -Sunday SchooL J. STEEl ,

Di' Commercial Accounts the conclusion of the games the 11:00-Sermon. KRIBBS, AKERMAN, AND STEED
table laid with lace Clothes and A..r.... ... .
were 6:15-Y.: P, S. C. E. s C..I. .t ....... p
centered with bud -vases, holding KI..I__ FI.rl...
7:30: --Sermon.
beautiful stemmed roses. Sandwiches t+..eral
en.tleea aU .
''I fruit salad' salted almonds and hot Prayer meeting each Wednesday plate a. lIal. .
off' .. . _..*.* i Ctmwtm.ANNOUNCEMENT.
This institution specializes in "Commercial Accounts"-by this is chocolate were served.R. evening. at' 7:30. L. A.. S. each Thars.

*i day. t
meant the accounts of firms and individual who carry on their business 'S. FLOYD ANNOUNCES. Junior C. E. each Sunday: at 2:30 '

through the agency and assistance of their Bank.It FOR THE CITY COUNCILIn p. m. (

i this issue of the Gazette will be Young Ladl..' Circle meets each

will be readily realized that this thus of business requires special found the announcement of R. S. eeend Sunday.; ,'
> r Floyd is a candidate for the, city C. W. B. meets the first Friday I have Leased the O.rian4. !+;

facilities to handle it in an efficient and satisfactory ''wa,. 1 council. In each:month.:. Garage,.with the exception of, the ,,'- ,
Mr. Floyd is a progressive young Church Board meets first Sunday tale agency and accessories. ,
*' business manwho 1* making a success .
't. We have those 'facilities and invite you to open an account here and ,ln his) line and if elected to' the, ifternooa each month. I have a competent force of 'mechanics .
city codncil will make a valuable Yon an'c_cordially invited ,to ear' ,' and ,will guarantee' all 1
M aY a y lake,,advantage' ,of the effective- Service. this Institution render. its ;;, : . 'if''' member,of that body.METHODIST erricee. .' work done at this garage. Have 4

rye et ''pat D" .y' .. 'I tt-tf. 'W. H. Coleman, Pastor.: lathe equipment and am folly prepared I'
4 go ; CHURCH to do all ela.... .of, repairs
in workmanlike, '
9:45: a. tn.. ,Sunday School Mr..',1.. ,Mr.'C..E. Putnam,:a business man, manner. 'y w
L..,Overstreet superintendent banker and ranchman. of ,Kansas for Give ue'a'trial and we will con-,,
Citizens Bank j 11:00: a. m. 'Preachingby;.the more than 85 years but now a:memxr vine you.tR4N1t1JONS. r
11gIq: pastor. Subjects, ''The Coming vof! of ther Extension .Department of
r !. NTp.Y1- (, I : Chriet'.,XiDPOl1l.m ." "X., the Moody Bible Institute of Chicago

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..4of.. OF ;KHS&IMMEEtTke :! '
". ., .. a ( .?, much- Bible truth aa he would .
. 780; ix. 'ru. Preaching. by the :patr *. demonstrate business truth, will lecture {
'' .. bank w'. 4iiJ w.gm. .: ; ,. ?-1, Subject.. -' he/t'/;, Kingdom.' of each' evening for 'the comHng oYERLANU :GARAGE
. ,, .. SERVE Heaven. In Men." ;?;I\. ..,1 week at. the.Dixie ,Theater, on, Broadway , '
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