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 24, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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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: VID00891
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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.That. Osceola county will rank Jim Miller, 15'' acres. at. this season of ''the year City Marshal Geo. W. Overstreet It is not only possible but highly route' where the
f among the foremost counties in the Bass & Thomas, 15, acres. when ,tourists are flocking here for had a unique experience Monday whenhe probable that Kissimmee will Arcadia be taken mail forthe..eld.at.
state in the acreage of potatoes plant Wood Tyner, 10 acres. an indefinite stay many of them coming took. into custody two girls whore 1 soon be and all carried can off at Kissimmee b
cd this spring has already become evident Judge Kribbs 10"acres. in their cars, enroute for southern: "beating: their way" north to officially designated as headquarters together to tltelr'destination F
f? for the farmers here and many T. J. Burckhalter-10 acres. points or returning home after visiting Kentucky, where one of them had re. as it were for an aerial mall service bound by. air ships and the north
brought here
of the business and professional men Mr. Burckhalter said the ground for other sections, it is of the utmost latives, living. the point for entrainment for both would not for entrainment
i have become interested in this crop this crop has been prepared and thefertiliaersi important that KSssimmee should; Marshal Overstreet in telling 'thestory north and south bound mail to the ing of time only but result in a' great sav

,and will plant a small tract at least. for the majority of) it has extend to them the "glad hand" and ad! : "I was informed, this Dorr and Carlstrom fields near Arcadia greatly to' the would contribute
'', The potato crop is an alluring one been taken from the warehouse, in show them every courtesy possible. morning that two girl hoboes were In The authorities at the fields have feature of the cross-country flying f
'for this section and wonderful yields fact Messrs.'Ingram and Aultman are. Other towns throughout the state a house at the edge of' town and I been in favor of such a. mail route and excellent camps and would be
r are produced from the land .'.immed planting this week. have established official auto camping went, at once to, Investigate the mat have been investigating the feasibili the camp experience. 'for the men *t .' ;
\: lately arounj Kishimmee well MIn grounds where these visitors who ty of Kissimmee.
.11 There was a magnificent crop raised ter. The girls were about, thirteen The matter will' be
o f other) sections of the county. Over here last season, but'owing' to the come 'prepared to camp .out may years of age and said they were from Lieutenant L. J. Graham flew to post office officials referred; to the
in the Deer Park community fiN hun immense amount of old' potatoes in pitch their tents and feel at home, Ybor City. They gave their names Kissimmee Saturday to IGk'over( the as soon as it at be Washington and
dred acres of' spuds will be planted cold storage in northern warehouses even ,though they be .in a' strange as Carrie i Downing' and Beulah Polk. situation here and ascertain if the may expect daily can to acted upon we
within the next few weeks, it is said.T. which played havoc' with the price, land.That .. Beulah said the people with whom she general plan ,'''were feasible The whir of the ship hear the welcome
as Uncle
train
J. Burckhalter, who has an opportunity combined with other difficulties of knowing who this is through no lack of interest the tant factor to consider and these on their mail
are preparing shipping on account of war conditions, girls were endeavoring to reach are carrying mission. +
/ to plant, gave the following the did not yield the profits that but for want of a leader who will Carrie's father; who lives, In Ken such that an air service to and from
list as approximately the acreage that might crop be expected. This .season figures start the ball rolling in that direc-, tucky. Carrie makes her home with the_camps would mean a gaining of "A wire received from Congress-
p will grow potatoes, though of course, shows that the amount of spuds tion. This week a party of tourists Mrs. Field, and is known as Anna. 24 hours Qn the northbound mail anda man Sean In Washington according
;, there' will be more, who devote a portion in cold storage is 65 million bushels driving here 'in their car inquired of Mae Pied. considerable saving, 'on' all'other to the Palatka Times Herald
,
F of their land to this money makIng less than last season? and there is no Mr.James M. Willson Jr.. one of Kis- Mr. Overstreet 'immediately wiredto mail.When* that he has introduced a bill in Con says +

.c crop: reason to anticipate any shipping simmee's booster!;!, where the Kissim the address of Mr. Downing to verIfy ed what Lieutenant Graham wag ask gress authorizing the secretary of
L. II. Ingram 65 acres.E. trouble. mee camp- was, and when they were the story, and the Ybor City relatives in Kissimmee's alterations should be made war to donate a German cannon to rr
L. Lesley, 75 acres. Out In the Partin Settlement the informed' there was no such camping of) the girl, then turned them landing field he replied the following in Florida; County 5'
j DeWilton Alderman, 50 tamers their place they said they would drive on to : "Nothing all for die pres Commissioners of St.
I I acres. are diversifying crops over Mrs. P. K. Weaver, who has I' ent. The Johns Boward. ba
b S. B. Aultman, 35 acres. and are planting a considerable acre to the next town, which they proceeded been asAociated'with the work of they Improvement, field is; without alteration' or' Brevard, Putnam, St. Luc,e, Palm

"'' J. Wade Tucker, 25 acres. age of beans, which is. probably the to do. W. 'C. A. for some time. Mrs. needs of such adequate for "the present I' Beach, Vousla, Duval Flagler. Or,,
__ Davls.PTathe. 20 acres. best short, crop for this season. No one could know of this incident Weaver took them to her home to The Idea a service. ange, Osceola Seminole, Monroe n
and not It. The influence is all of establishing air mall
r - u regret care for them. .an Okeechobee, Dade and Clay counties'
against the upbuilding of the com ,n .
r/ MONTHLY ROLL'OF' HONOR FINE SPECIMENS OF CROPS i munity and Mr. Willson called the at. As soon as Mrs. Field received Mr.Overstreet'b W. '0. W. ENTERTAIN T
tention of' W. J. Steed who message, she !Came to WOODMAN TURKS CONTINUE ATROCITIES
KISSIMMEE was so
"f, PUBLIC SCHOOL GROWN IN OSCEOLA COUNTY :
Kissimmee accompanied by L. ;M. CIRCLE. '
largely instrumental in working out REGARDLESS
{ OF ARMISTICE
Bates, a brother-in-law of Carrie
f-" The following pupils of the Kis- There Is no question but that Os- the details of) a city park which his Downing. Her charge seemed delighted The,, Woodmen of the I -
I ,aimmee public schools have not been ceola county could come to: the front I now become an assured fact, suggest to them and their World and "The Turks continue to persecute
re-
7 absent o rtardy during the month as agriculturalsection if the people ing that something be done at once to turned home see with them. gladly Later Mr. Circle,auxilliary enjoyed society, the Woodman '1.and harass" the Christians of the Near
., ending Jan. 17, 1919, have made 'anr here would devote more attentionto establish this camp. Mr. Steed expressed Overstreet heard from Mr. Downing, an unusually pleasant'evening '' East said E. Y. Clarke, Publicity
it as his opinion that such a Tuesday in their hall in the,:Director for the
"of Southern
[ average ninety! per cent or more that industry. giving him instructions to have Car Division of
Fraternity
In their studies, with not 'Jess than I The show window of II. M. Breaker'soffice camp should. be located in couth or rie sent to him but she was alreadyen men hosts building when the gentle the Arraenian->Syrian Relief Committee. -
were
; and the Circle and .
west' Kissimmee in order that the
eighty-five in any subject and not ) on Broadway is attracting some I route to Tampa.Beulah' their families
less than ninety-five In deportment: attention this, week, the center of Interest travelers would be obliged) to pass father also came in re'l'Jonse A social hour were and invited'guests. | "Letters have just been received by
through:>> the city in order to reach it. general get-ac prominent Armenian
First Grade C. being a mammoth sweet potato citizens of At..
to the telegram and took his quainted
Hazel Miller, Hermone Miller, Ma which was grown by R. D. Uuice. I| In that manner they would have a meeting occupied the early lanta. Ga., stating that fifty per cent
o' tilde 'i,better> impression of the place than daughter: home. part of the evening. A four piece ]of the population
Diets Richard of
Hartnett, Joseph This fine specimen'weighs 19% it said left some of the cities ,
The girls, la their homes orchestra
including in
by stopping with only a view. its personnel of Armenia
Jeffords partial and
Harry Bert Dale Albert pounds. Syria have
actually
ji II j with fifteen .cents, and rode a log-" tleidames. S. II.
Bullock ''
|! Pine Dale affords an ideal locationfor and Verna'died 'In the :
.' 'Rogers. JII) There are also some stalks of sugarcane \ Loujrhman. act year of starvation
dill ing train to From there Ems and Messrs.
(I such a camp, Mr. Steed said, and Rouse and Eddie ,,and will continue
First Grade B. !(. from Rull Bass' East Lake farmthat with('I they walked to Kissimmee,. and had Hansel, rendered to die unless, Im-
of
Vera Harris' Themmetra Nickles, are about twelve feet high and. plenty of room and quantitiesof had nothing to eat for the last twentyfour ing musical a. program charm- mediate help la received, 'and in many
numbers and
r. Lon Tyson, Oliver Sloan. Oswald matured well up near the top. I I trees. hours when they reached ,Sears who lias Congressman of the almost inaccessible f sections
Falls, John Driggers, Oliver Carson,'I I I' A big sweet notnto and an arm full If others who'are interested in here. home from, Just returned the Turks are still trying to exter'
Halley Duke. of cane certainly do not make an a '-I|I furthering the advancement of this full of interest.Washington,.made a talk minate these, Chrietlaqpeople. '
First Grade city would give the matter a little "Many cities In the east
A. ricultural community, but such spedas have gone
None. I[mens these are a positive proof -of ;I consideration other localities might ure of this ever increasing class of The guests were' then invited to the over In raising their quota in
Second Grade B. what can be done here along the I{'1 be found even more advantageous people. It would cost the citizens banquet hall where the long' table was their relief campaign, and we feel
Jack Burkam, James Burkam. Emil farming line. than I Pine Dale. In any event little here', little either of effort or money temptingly spread. Cut flowers were l confident that by the end of the week
Duke, Howard Falls,_ Dorris .r _- time should be lost in deciding upon andwould, bring returns all out of I used for decorations, roses predomin 'very state of the Southeast will have
Lilla Hammack. I some spot for the comfort and pleas- proportion of this coat. ating. Certainly no thought was given I done likewise. .
Goodman'l of) the state. ------- to the high
eoetof living on this "Few if I
1 Second Grade A. I' any, war activities have
District No. includes the counties
I evening for the 'hosts their
served 'S
Maynard Paulk, Mildred ,of St. Lucie, Palm Beach; Hade, WORK guests with 'appealed to the people of America
ACTUAL OIS[, CITY PARK an oyster feast. Messrs. like that of the'
Ruth Joiner, Clifford Chapman Louise Broward and Okeechobee. L. Her- 1 Gibert Grantham relief in the Near
McLean Helen and Taylor, seemed East, because of the acuteness of
Rogers the
,
<
I rington, state boys', club agent will to be the
t "committee
,. Third Grade B. be in charge. TO'COMMENCE:Xt EARLY DATEThe and are to be congratulated arrangements on the! suffering of these people 'and the fact e. ;
that
q4 Geneva Bowen Jennie Scliilder, 1 1 A. P. Spencer of the extension division success of the I I every penny contributed'" to the
Mary Yates. Gettis Tyner Carl Led- '- evening. About one ,cause actually goes toward purchasing
of the University has been assigned I hundred
hetter, Stanley Chapman. Norman) to district No. 2. The coun- actual work of beautlfyln-h: held with Slater''Reed chairman of this meeting.guests were in attendance. at food for the starving women and
Graham. ties of this district are: Polk Man vacant lots between the Manhattan the street committee of the city council children of Armenia and adjacent! territories -

Third Grade A, 'I atee, DeSoto and Lee. j hotel and the A. C. L. ]passenger depot and the work will go at once. EASTERN STAR .
j Wilhelmina Carson, Geneva Citrus Hernando. Pasco, HilUboro- will soon begin. Mr. Alan Mac- The- people' are taking an interestin INSTALLATIONThe --

V' Bon, Charles Tyson, Franklin) Edwards ugh and' Pinedas. counties are in district Donough is preparing a plat of the the project and are donating plants ''Order of the Eastern Star, at fpr feed dealers retail 'in this state

'J' Evelyn Paulk,>>Alice Barber; ,,No. ; 3., ,,Miss ; Sarah.;,W.," Part. land and as soon as that and the general and shrubs for the purpose. These their; regular meting Thursday night, no changes have at been made''by, him
Eugenia Oliverwo''wt'h/' '/ ridire' district ."> home, '.,demonstration plan of decoration is in the hands gifts are timely ones as are also,cash installed the :following officer for in the schedule' then established 4and .
L ", Fourth : of, Chairman W, J Steed of the donations those who desire to the'' ,
Gradeln. agent;; is ,leader 1 city from ensuing yearn Worthy Matron, he' outto the trade1 that-tho; .
1.l't5i points .
Muriel Davis I'II'.wI'! parks committee, conference will:be give,them., t"iI" Ji &aMi'a; Muse ,Marion, ; t.
'" !i Herbert Sch"e ka _District 4Nof4 ) ; t : ....I SargentjWorthy."Pa"l) margins ;, still "> in&t r >
g
Roy'( liulingFourth!!! Seminole/f;;Osceolajq !! P - ',- """'''\'- ..."......."-''".. ... tron; S.}'" L.; { Lupfer,*:Sr. '''Assistant who persist fare in "' their",prices '
Grade counties, and will be in charge efWin. I" Matron Mrs M. D Alexander raising
A. BIBLE READINGS Lord's Return in John ; ; Secretary
CONTINUE,, as provided to an unreasonable point are taking
Virginia Bowen, MArion Graves, Gomme district agent. ,,. Miss Elizabeth Donegan;
1423. tho risk of encountering the enforcement -
Ethel Joiner Elsie Schilder.. Miss Harriet B. Layton, district C. E. Putnam, who is conducting Saturday afternoon at 3:30: -"Judg Treasurer, II. N. Bratton; Conduc- division workers who are in the ,
g Fifth Grade R. home demonstration agent! is leader Bible Readings at the Dixie Theater, ment of Works and Rewards Given." tress, Mrs. W. E. Sanderson; Associate time for the sole
field at the present
. Minnie Hudson, Tina Schilder, Julia for district No.5. The counties in will continue these services through afternoon at 7:30-"TheLord's Conductress. Miss Ouida Mal- Increase
: undue
Saturday
this district St. Johns Putnam, Mr. Putnam under nurpose of preventing .
are: Sunday. comes
loy; Ada, Mrs. Earl Lupfer; Ruth,
and the Resurrection Relaxation
: Ledbetter.Fifth Return, in prices of all food commodities.
Flafcler and Volusia. the auspices of the Extension Department
Mrs.
Grade A. Changes. J. L. Overstreet;: Either, Mrs. and ;
) C. K, McQuarrie, state agent has of the Moodv Bible Insti- of license requirements .
Rosella Cooper, Margaret Waring. afternoon at 3:30-"The: Jlt..111. Miller; Martha,* Mrs. Clay Administration
Sunday other rules of the
Sixth Grade been assigned to the leadership of tute, Chicago and Is intensely inter Johnson Electa Maud Food
, B. Great Tribulation and Closing Scenesof ; Mrs Correll\; I
do not vive .general privilegeof
Ralph Schilder. district No. 0. Columbia, Baker, Nassau esting in these"meetings.. this Marshal Mrs. S. L. Lupfer; Chaplain i
f Sixth: Grade A. Duval and Clay counties are in The subject for the remainder of Sunday'evening Age. at 7:30: -"The Mil- Mrs. S. W. Thornton; Warden," price raising .
Eunice Rivers. this district. the week will be as follows: Mrs. II. N. Bratton Sentinel. E. D.
Bradford, Alachua, Levy, Marion lennial, and Closing Scenes of that ; THE THING TO DO IS TO BEGIN
f Seventh' Grade B.Madge district Friday afternoon at 3:30: ="False Age. Malloy; Organist, Miss Nina Bratton.
, a- Rivers Elizabeth G. Mose- and Sumter counties comprise Teachers" and Apostasy." The installation exercises were There has/ long been a general feel- k

t )iey, Janet'' Graves. Fannie Seymour. No. 7 agent. l L- ,R.is Highfill leader., assistant boys'club Friday" evening 'at 7:30-"The: Potato planting time again. conducted in a very ,impressive and 1 Ing that co-operation was something/

. seventh Grade A. District No. 8 is composed of Mad- -- efficient' manner by those having I complex bewildering and baffling. In
None. them in
t ison Suwannee Hamilton. LaFayetteand charge. be the State rt
Klchth Grade B. some forma it may say
Taylor counties. E. W. Jenkins, Bureau but' there .Ia a
J Louise Barber. FEED DEALERS MUST Marketing ,
district is leader. '
agent, .
Eirhth Grade A. sensible sort that is
Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, state St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS STOP PROFITEERING practical and r
: # Margaret Winn. Kntherine MeKay. unity of
home demonstration agent, is leader simple. It merely requires
,
I 4 : Selma Harvey,Bronnon.F. S. Leflhptter.Hi Emerv Brown. Dono for district No. 1, Leon Waukulla, ,ORLANDO, Jan.. 21Complaintsare purpose, sticking together In confi.

eh School. Jefferson, Gadsden and Liberty coun-.. being made to Federal Food" Ad- dence and honest and business like
First vear-none. ties comprise this district. AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY" ministrator Braxton Beacham that direction. It does not require a big!:
I i Second year-none. Jackson Calhoun Washington and dealers in feed are raising their prices ,organization with a lot of detail red
counties comprise district No. 10. BY. OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT
Bay
above all previous fixed and j and to get together a
Third vear-Pnth Campbell, Lucile R. W. Blalklot assistant boys' club margins, tape expense
H"-vey. Louise He s. Is leader.S. ., instructions have been issued by Mr. car load of live stock and ship it to

, ; Fourth( year-nbne. agen.. W. Hiat, district agent, will have Mr. Gregory, a winter tourist here, The Christian Woman's Board of Beacham to his staff of inspectors to market. It does not require a big corporation
died last. The Missions met afternoonat report every dealer who advances his with a lot of capital stock ;
t 4' charge of district No. 11. Holmes suddenly on Monday on Thursday
PLANS OF DRIVE FOR PRO- Walton, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa and body will be sent to Elmira, N. Y.. the church. charges above a reasonable margin.A and incorporators and lawyers' fees s
it :- DRUCTION OF MORE FOOD. Escambia counties are in this district. for interment. .r Mrs. Sarah E. Hopkins and' two recent message from Washington to ship a ,car load of potatoes or wat-
Bets at rest doubt to the con ermelons. Just a little bit of good
Several meetings will be held in S. W. Porter has purchased the or- sons, Rolland' J. and Claude .L.. of any as
;; FEED AND FORAGE CROPS tinuance of control of prices by the judgment business direction the
each district every day, so that the ange grove owned by Miss Kinsman. 1 Warren Pa., arrived last Thursday'
territory will be fully covered duringthe This was formerly known as the :and are at the Bonair House for the Food Administration in dealing with right kind of products properly graded -
1 t The drive for a greater production ten days the drive is on. The Blackwell at Ashton. present. feeding stuff This message reads as and packed. It is already being
a of food, feed and forage crops, which meetings will be short and to the grove Cyrus Burkehart died suddenly on follows: done in every state. It takes a man
! is being conducted by the extension point. The main point to be emphasized The Christian Endeavor Society of I Monday at his home here. Serviceswere ('Some feed dealers seem to have ager, and every community in this ?
r division of the University of' Florida, by the speakers Is the necessity! the Christian church, held a business held at the Carlson undertakingrooms the impression that all restrictions state should organize its shipping as-
, ? begins on January 20, on which dater of growing more food, feed and forage meeting at the parsonage Monday evening Wednesday afternoon. The are off While specific margins for sociation. It must be understood that
f about twenty-five meetings will be crops this season than ever. after which the members of the body was shipped Wednesday eveningto wheat mill feeds have been removed, the big Inclusive co-operative association -
, held In different parts of the state. The increased production of staple church and the friends of the pastor, PhiUilelphia, for interment.The the rules limiting permissible annual like the Florida Citrus Ex- I
.. Similar meetings will be held on, thru crops necessary for 1911 has been Rev. Jenkins, ,and his wife, gatheredto Elsie P. McEroy Auxiliary wlU net extensions are still in force. The change, and the big' shipping organizations I..
r o4J'-"" January 31. The state has been divided worked out on a basis of possible pro- give them a donation and to havea meet on Monday afternoon. Business Note to Rule XXV-B-7 limits wholesalers in Virginia, Minnesota, Iowa

. into districts, each district to duction and profit to farmers. social evening. of I importance I! is to be attended to to four rem cent on gross sales, Washington, Oregon and California
have a leader, assisted( by one or County and home demonstration Jessie Cotterell and family moved and all are urged to be present. and Rule XXV-J-1 limits retailers to are not practical. They are. Small r
more specialists from the extension agents. have local matters in charge from Carolina avenue to C.C. Cot- Mayor Conn left Sunday night for six per cent on annual business." beginnings can be made stepping1 .. i
i division, in the college agriculture, and .will announce dates and places. of tcrel's residence on Virginia avenue Point, Marion, Pa., where he was called Since Administrator) Beacham sometime stones to the larger.. But the thing-'
( and other agricultural organizations meetings at an early date. and Eighth street. by the death 6f his father.J. ago fixed the margins of profit to do is to begin. ...
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i. and Mrs. Z. B. Stillwell left -
Mr. W. Bowen and family are movingto
< Wednesday morning for the Soldiers' Tampa this 'week, where Mr. Bowenis
BULKHE DING COMMITTEE Home, at Johnson City, Tenn. Mrs. employed.Mr. ALABAMA PAVING COMPANY L ..

i, Stillwell will return in a week or ten and Mrs. M. J. Smith, of Clin- -, I
1 SECURING ESTIMATES: ONCOSTThe days after getting Mr. Stillwell\ set- ,ton, Iowa, are expected here Wednesday MUST FINISH LOUGHMAN ROADThe ;

tled.Rev. i or Thursday, for the remainderof ...
H. H. Bowen, who has been the winter. -- .
bulkhead' movement which ator C. A. Carson and Alan MacDon- attending conference held in Eustis, I Mrs. Mary Walter was a visitor Tampa Board of Trade has served notice that the work must,goon

gained so great an impetus early ough, as co-workers. returned Monday evening for another 'at Orlando on Wednesday. been advised that the' state highway The completion of this piece ofroad

this month when taken by the citizens Col. O"B'ryan stated to a representative year. I Uncle Josh Ferguson was a business department has notified the Alabama will mean a great. deal :to auto.
up of the Gazette that they The Prlscilla Club met on Tuesday ; visitor to Kissimmee Wednes Paving Company that it is expectedto mobiists of this state--Tamp. -Tri. + .
in a mass meeting and support were endeavoring to secure all the information afternoon last, with Mrs. Bessie DAn. proceed at once with the completion bune. '* "

t ed by the city council in the form of possible as to the estimated iels, on. Ohio avenue. ,day.Mrs.. L. U. Zimmerman is not well of the road building operations '
resolution favoring its consummation cost and were conferring, not only Mr. Kendeliehter died on Monday ,at this writing. i between Kissimmee and Loughman. B., Dickerson returned home Moa-
.. ; at the earliest possible date.consist with the firm at Miami that had submitted after a long' illness. The funeral wa The Epworth League of the M. E. The Alabama' company contends it day.night from Fitzgerald. Ga,wherj
ant, with kcenomy. Is still receiving previous estlmatesf bat with held from the Christian church Church has purchased a piano.whichwill was unable to produce the necessary' : he was called '1 by"tho serious lines
a the careful consideration of the committee other concerns as well. As soon aa day morning interment in Mt. be a spiritual uplift to the young paving material for this work owingto of ha son who suffered I an attack: of ay' '
\ In whose had*' it was placed: this data Is secured another mass cemetery.. Mrs. Kenderlighter Tues-I people to have good music. the war restrictions. Such restrictions pneumonia, following Influenza. Mr. '

Col.: Lewis O'Bryan U chairman of meeting will,be ,called and .a detailed sympathy of the community in We are glad to hear that Roy Van having now, been removed,1 Dickerson report his son now out of

the. clti. DI' committee_"wUb ExSen..r ; report made., bereavement, :*.....;... Denberg. U ,home. from- Camp- 'Dix., .however" ''Commissioner' -Cock. ,hat, danger and! on the road<< to recovery ,
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:TWO TIIE,KiSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1919 ,. .

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., I substantial The ingredients one." were placed in the< 4bTHAVE used Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
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,,., i7. steam pressure cooker and reduce-
. .. then round and find it most effective '
i ,to a sauce, poured a Pepsin a
mound of hot cooked rice and served.
., i,This recipe will be sufficient forthe and pleasant laxative-one that is worth recom-

Now Are Them in Cakes 'Pies Etc. ''"piece people resistancee", and ,will for appeal a meal to of seven any mending to one's friends. I know that my ;p

They Using thoughtful housewife on account oJits since ,
economy as well as from the balanced health has been 'greatly improved

There's More Call Than. Ever For Citrus Fruits Fifteen ration housewives standpoint.attended this using it." I '"

I demonstration and several of themjoined /From a Utter to Dr. Caldwell written by\:
the club. These were: Mrs I MlM Alice, Lombard, 22: Boyliton Sh, IV
George Chapman Mrs. S. A. Briggs, Springfield, Mars J
( Mrs. Jas. A. Allan and Mrs. S. A M
One of the most remarkable' features! of the'widening of the field for citrus,,fruits Bogue.At '

is the quantity now consumed in cookery,confections, etc. . the February meeting Mrs. '
Chapman will demonstrate a favorite Dr. CaldwelFsSyrup mF
salad and Mrs. Allan will bake and
'Many of our good Florida people long have been familiar'with grapefruit and serve a "feather cake." These ladies ;

oranges in cakes, pies and other good things to eat t, but it has been only in.the past' are winter visitors here and their PepsinS

t few years that the knowledge became at all! general at the North. I courtesy will be appreciated. 'by th,''rfel'
\w club members. ,
,
there' is ever-Increasing: of'citrus.Iruitsin'safads; and similar ii The public generally Is invited to "
t Then too, an use the meetings of'the home'demonstration The' Perfect Laxative
.' .dishes. Many of the famous culinary experts of the country now strongly recommend club which are held the first \ r

grapefruit and oranges for extensive use in family menus.: I Monday I in each month at the home ', ,

j demonstration kitchen on Stewart ., Sold by Druggists Everywhere

Wherever Florida [fruits of good quality have been tried they are preferred by' : avenue,' (s n)4)' '
50 : $1.00
'k housewives on account of \he fact that they are so* much juicier and sweeter than ' ( cts. ,
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thote grown elsewhere. In the us! .of grapefruit, and orang-es' for so 'many purposes, ;' ,. I, BILL TEMPLE' ATTENDS.

there'is much of promise for Florida oranges, .' FUNERAL OF HIS OLD FRIEND A mild,' pleasant-tasting combination. of simple laxative .


With our citrus [ruit$ daily eaten by millions of persons, not,only in the.,natural Mr. W. B. Harris.Zolfo. Fla Kissimmee: Jan. 18,, Fla.1919 herbs with pepsin. Brings relief without griping or

but in scores, of other ways, the demand for them must inevitably be more extensive .. Friend William: I am enclosing other discomfort. A trial bottle can be obtained free of y

and on a more'stable basis than in the'past.. This condition: will contribute to the ': : herewith your kind favor, with charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washing-: ', ,
maintenance of:good prices the season through. thanks, together with a favor. received -
'' from the gentleman on the tort Street, Monticello, Illinois.
c machine,. whose name I do not at .
The future of the citrus industry. was never so encouraging. Grove property present recall. -

'J in' Florida is more valuable and more desirable today than ever before.! No form of ." I This little bill would have been ACTIVITIES OF THE EPISCOPAL Sunday School workers here. :,;1

agricultural activity is as profitable as properly conducted fruit growing. New '. liquidated long ere this had it not The meeting was nondenominational

groves may bt planted and old ones filled out with every assurance that the invest. . .been admonished for the'to fact attend that I the was funeral sincerely of CHURCH.- ; and was held with the object ''y
of uniting the denominations in a un- t
ment will be a'paying one. :my dear old friend, John Barleycorn, The Mission Study Class of the ion for greater strength In combat. '$
in Tampa, the death and burial oc- Episcopal l church met at the home of difficulties ,'
. ,J... ting 'their common ,>
The Buckeye catalog has guided many citrus growers ; :. curing simultaneously. Mrs. S. H. Bullock Tuesday afternoonIn both
The Webb Brothers are- d o- yj
,
," 1 (lJope'you are well and doing like- .
and the I I latest edition is completethan I r : ' regular session. This organization here ,A
' __, ., to success more 'i wise will hold the quent speakers and their visit
'
monthly meetings
' on
"_ any previous one. Copy free on. application. .,,: Give my regards to my /good friend, third Tuesday of'each month. will certainly be productive of much ." ..'
j'' :: ,\ Mr. Vans Agnew and also to the ma- A choir has been organized to sup. good. -
chine man. Your friend.I' ply music' for the services of the
.. w. j. TEMPLE: : Episcopal church, and meet 'at the

... .L i Buckeye Nurseries ,. '" ; 'f!"" :" Bullock home each Wednesday even ClOH"1F I COULD.
.
.. ,. " '
" ; f. EVERYWOMAN" AT PHILLIPS
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"
; ing.Mrs.
). ,I. ',' ". M. E. GILLETT D. C. GILLETT ,: ,,"' ,':; !, THEATER, ORLANDO, JAN. 31 four piece. Bullock orchestra has also which organized meets at a BREAK TjjCOLlr'Almost )!

1134 Citizens Bank Building Tampa, Florida ,. her home every Monday night. F
: One of the remarkable things/ about -

the magnificent spectacle "Every- OSCEOLA COUNTY SUNDAY as 'soon a -lald"wltlijDr. : "..
. I i woman," which Henry W. Savage will Klnft'a New Discovery
Represented by 'offer at the Phillips Theatre, Orlando. SCHOOL CONVENTION Get bottle today! t ,\
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.on Jan. 31st, is that each individual l w
W. H. BROKAW 'character ig a study and is a tributeto The Osceola County Sunday School t
the deep insight into human nature Convention held in Kissimmee Saturday Toe rapidity with .Mctf this"fifty "

Watkins Block, Orlando, Fla. .that enabled Walter Brawne to write and Sunday was marked by a year old family' remedy relieves coughcJ "J
the play. large attendance and strong interest. colds and mud bronchial attacks to .'
The accumulated breadth of thought I The meeting was conducted by R. D. what has kept I Its popularity,on.thai ./i'f
that I has gathered about and radiated I Webb general secretary, South Car Increase year by year.
;from this play is suggestive in its olina Sunday ;School Association, andJ. This standard telkve'of cold and! f,
immensity of the classic thought in O. Webb, general secretary, Florida coughing spell never loses friends. It '
1 I the writings of Shakespere, touching Sunday School Association, assisted doe quickly and pleasantly what It U
'every phase of the relations that inspire >y the pastors of the city and the recommended to d.' One trial puts Itt
the ambitions of every woman. -- .. In your medicine cabinet .. absolutely! :,
lor any woman. together with the zen No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll Indispensable. Sold by all druggist:
/: B-usi ESSCTiv TY IS see the cause of all the heart achesof ith that mey be gained by unbroken children: troubled with worms hew an aDo 1 .
II/-f the world. success!' until finally Time calls away heeithycolor,which Indicate poor blood,and at a .Bowels Usually Clogged
This is not a war picture, but one her Youth and the strenuousness of rule,there. U more or led stomach disrurbioo
;r EVIDENT IN KISSIMMEE of facts. Sgt Hart lectures the picture her quest has caused the death of her GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly Regulate them with safe, sure, come
and he tears into the Hun like ( for two or three weeks wUl enrich the blood. Improve fortable Dr.'KIn,'. New Life Pills.
and she has left truth
beauty only
T the dUeMkra.and act at a General StrengtheklagTunic Correct that biliousness, headache
j There is but that Kissirnmee arty Loughman, for'$3OOB' cash. a battery of French Seventy-Rives; -and love. I to She wkola*y um. Nature-will then : tongue coat, *
question ar
no the hands of the Sammies. | Hpnrv W. Savage has scored his throw off or diipel the worm..and the Child will be ire b"fiei
has entered an era of prosperity The State Bank sold the old Mann. In perfect health. the bovd-cloggiacuv
Of all the so called KAISER pictures greatest triumph in the Plaeanttotake. Me per bottles .....
11.-
) when new people will settle l Bass grove, about two miles east of made; this will be the only one.I of "Evervwoman." Fir presentation the - -
in maze:
here and identify themselves with the the city, containing about twenty-five
shown here, really showing facts and and theme
mesh of trashy and tin. j
community, when new capital will be acres with about six acres .of grove, will surely pack the Casino Theatre.
the
Rolled to
in circulation and business will be for $5,000. trumpery so common
+| It will be run in connection with I
drama of today, "Everywoman"stand
stimulated. John A, Thomas sold his small '
the of the date
regular, giv-
I
program 'out as an epoch of truth anAsincerity
A. S..Nelson, representing the Nel /grove property beyond Shingle Creek,ing the people Kissimmeo. a real Conceived and written
i or
son Realty, Co., closed a deal not long,,for$1,500, then like a ,good: citizen,and!treat. Watch for the ':AUTO;CALIj theaverage ; '
than
plane infinitely."higher
i ago\ ,!(when.a,ten 1 thousand/acre/ ,tract" Kissinimee.booster\ ,*;]; ho j purchased:'; I OPE}; on'the:,streets. !twill ,tell you'; 'the'j I II a 'play of'the\ ,, present% nge, Mr Will Sell Shoej'P'
rsidencedYhere'fromdthe! Waters$1& .
changed;hands(andjgecame;!,th ] ,, overt
The value of,,the 1 arson !
KSManageruiWoodbeck\ has looked
L. transaction:i was1 saId,to be"a i i hundred , ,Itfisevident' t.hat numbers of an..I"The! Birth offa*Nation'"flor?a*!!'return I talent looked fnofartifice.t thnt would! nerve and f,lett to'escape make .thfpreRentatio'n nc,,
thousand dollars. vcstors are even now visiting not only
I engagement, Tuesday, Feb. 5, giving worthy of the subject."Evervwoman" ,
Rull Bass, a man who has been the city but the surrounding countryas shows at 2 p. m, (5 p. m. and 8 p. m II is artist's
prominently connected with tho cattle well, and that prosperity and op a great
For CashThis
The prices will be 25 cents for the Only
conception of the chief aim in the
business hero for years, gold 1 a stockof portunity are knocking at the door. children and 1 CO cents for adults, Including : life.of composite womanhiod-thf'
cattle estimated at 5,000 head, and I i .
i war tax. Within the reach'
CAUGHT THE KAISER. quest of love. And the messasr live
a seven thousand acre pasture. GeorgeMann
I of all who wish to see this wonderful the .
find breathes with hieh and sincere
:: and the East Coast Cattle Co., Kx-Sgt. Hart is coming to Kissim- picture. .
were tho purchasers and though no mee with the only picture in the nurpose dominating this wonderful
figures were made public, it will probably '''world showing the KAISER HIM-1 plea in. behalf of'every woman. is to notify my friends and customers that after this dateno
be near 150000. I SELF, together with his Gigling DIDN'T CARE WHAT HAPPENED"I
The Carson Cattle Co. has sold Sissy Son the Crown Prince. became wreck MRS. BENJAMIN PASSES AWAY shoes will be charged to any one, under any circumstances.
from
physicial
its stock of sheep ebtimated ut 2500 | This picture was made in Germany stomach trouble a and was a fit subject Mrs Lillie II, Benjamin, wife of F

head., They received $8 per houd.! It by the German government, sent to. only for the operating table or grave W. Uenjaniin died at Chattahoochot The government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grades,
: will be remembered that a few years this country as German propoganda.'I this week, and the body was brought
,the standard for Ex-Sgt.'! Hart got it and is the i,I yard. Being discouraged, I gave way and the ,will be small' .
HKO price. sheep was giving: 'i drink, which made things here for burial. Then funeral services profit now -too to permit selling them on charge '4t.;
i 92.r/ to $3.00 a head. I'I mothers and fathers ()f this country I Ito' worse. were held at the undertaking parlors
I didn't care"what
got so happened,
nhow andi accounts.
N. n. Carson sold chance to in fictnro
a fine grove prop- n nit a Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
;
:
- --- - - ful Remedy has cured me of every. Rev, Hodnett, of the :M.: E. Church, officiating -
4 40 Mh'7 S-r0:--X-4-:3+>OS+a+ ->oQo---:""}:5<<":';"'X'Xo."K.'K: -r:;""' I thing.: I am now in fine condition and members of, the choir Our Stock. however, will be kept fully up to. the usual standard .

j and feel 25 It is singing familiar hymns. The inter
years younger" a
that ment was made in Rose Hill cemetery and we will continue to handle a full line of the best quality Shoes
simple, harmless preparation removes
; ;
I: : Our Boys Have "Cleaned Up" j the catarrhal mucus from the' Mr. Benjamin has been a resident for Men Women and Children; and solicit your continued patronage.
intestinal tract and, allays the inflammation of Kissimmee for some time, and has! '
which causes practicallyall many friends who sympathize with
I stomach, liver end intestinal ail him in his sorrow.
!
The Kaiser The Hun and : !including appendicitis. One
r''omeawil
convince or money refunded. NAUSEALESSCALOMEL H. C.STANFORD CO.
J. Z. Roberson and druggists every-


: I German Autocracy! i where.HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB .ISBEST ,

,
The regular January meeting of FOR FLU

x the home demonstration club was an. -

; A Wonderful Achievement i exceptionally plan' of interesting the afternoon/ one,diverged thoughthe Doctors and Druggist Claim Calotabs, << 444": rt-:-:-+:-) 0.4v S x-:+: .

somewhat from the ordinary, for no the Nausealess Calomel, Is, Best r ;

1 ---- regular program was observed. Mrs.S. Laxative for Colds, Grippe and In l o.oX'I'ICo' ;

tl II. Bullock, president of the club, fluenza.At ;
I gave a practical demonstration, usinga ,
Let us now "clean up" at home at once i ir
/ favorite recipe showing how a deli- the first sign of a cold, is the

all our business affairs. cious, substantial and at the same time to take a Calotab, the perfected R. S. FLOYD
time attractive "one piece meal"could nausealess calomel that has all the

be prepared. liver benefits left in and the sting h
'
: We asking all customer to "clean up" in
are our Cured
meat, using a portion of cold taken out. Doctors say that there is
full all accounts that they owe us betwesn now beef loaf as the foundation, was the nothing like,it to put your liver right
recipe used, ,though Mrs. Bullock informed and i hf: condition to
system
and the close of the year 1918, that is, during keep your
the members of the club that resist and avoid colds, Influenza and
the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your col 'meat of any kind, cooked fish, or pneumoniaThe

personal attention.If hard boiled eggs would be equally as best insurance against influenza Groceries and
The dish in "
palitable. was prepared and pneumonia is a good active
the presence of the audience who afterward liver and your physician or durggist!
cannot raise the will
you money we tested its excellence and were will tell you that Calotabs is the most

accept Liberty Bonds and War unanimous" in its verdict of "perfec thorough and effective, as well as the ,
tion. safest and most agreeable remedy for '

; .. Saving Stamps In The recipe is printed below: "Three I this purpose. Fresh Meats ,
payment small onions, minced and browned i in One Calotab at bed time with a : .
of your account. a tablespoon full of shortening (meal swallow of -water-that's nil. No ," :,"5 ,

drippings preferred), Add one table. salts, no nausea, nor the slightest Interference ,- ,
spoon full of floor, two teaspoons oi 'wIth your eating, pleasure,
;, PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKERYours Curray powder, season with salt and I or work. Next morning you" wake

+ brown. Add one cup of tomatoes, /*! up feeling fine with a hearty appetite '
: ." respectfully? package seedless raisins, one applE I for breakfast. Your cold has vanish "Phone 176 302
and one banana, diced, and one cup oi I ed and you are ready for work or Broadway1 _
pn ,WATERS cooked meat. The quantity of the I play. Calotabs are sold"by druggists
\ & CARSON GROCERY CO.
last ingredient is) elastie. The directions ', everywhere in sealed packages price

", given by Mrs.; Bullock were::: thirty-five cents. Your money handed
r irks; "Use what you have left or even omll t; right back if you are not delighted.-
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,, and Lasts 1 0 Days. 10 Days of Big Bargains.


1 Set your alarm clock Saturday morning, in order that you may get an early start to this great' sale. The

t prices tell the story rather than words. Everything,is marked in plain figures that you cannot resist.
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::' .15' &:IECX.A.x.' SPECIAL FOR MONDAY ONLY __ :5 ?:]ECIAL'
For the first 10 ladies that enter our store
Cups and Saucers, lOc for both. Platesto For the first 1O men that enter our store
h Saturday morning at 9 o'clock .
match 10c. Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
We will sell them '
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We will sell them
:t 10,yards 35c Muslin, 36 inches wide. for 50c Just a few prices; our stock is entirely: too large to try to A $1.00 Shirt for 25c
I. I mention everything,so we only mention these few.
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If II a.J..e: =starts cn.: Saturday: : J anuar$ 251h.; 0,1; 9 c:>>'CIc>>c II ::11;

r- Best grade mens kakhi and pen check. Men's heavy work shoes, Army
f; our overalls special; regular price.price$2.25, $1 .fiTQ style, black only, per pair_$.QQ Yard Jar price wide 35c bleached, our special muslin, regu22c

,, Best grade 'work shirts fast color blue, Heavy blue overall with apron, <| 98 One ,
; lot blue and pink ribbon 4 in.
regular price $2.50 our spedal price *
regular price$1.50, our special, 1 Oc
(. 1 .00 wide, special price per yard.
.
.t price ,
... One lot men's sweaters, reg.. price
"" Heavy fleeced underwear, regular $2.5O, our special price .98c Ladies heavy vest and pants to
price $1.25, our special price, garment 78c match, long sleeves, garment 59c
It, Big lot ladies $2.50 and $3.00 <\
-.. Balbriggan underwear I"i ; reg. price. slides, this sale, per pair .QO Men's socks, plain colors, black
59c
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:. t. 75c, our special price and white, per-pair . 13c
Ladies.pat.! and gunmetal shoes, ;
!: , Lot of$2 hats;regular price$2,our 98c regular price $3.50 and $4, our special l price, .
Ladies'black and
white
hose
special price i iper'pair
13c
:"' Something you.haven't teen in a long time. Best grade outing, in all colors stripes and 2'2c .
plain, regular price 35c our special price -
: ; 50 pr. men's work shoes; velvet ooze, regular Children's union suits, all sizes regular
r -' price $2.50, our special Yard wide unbleached muslin, ;
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jo f QQ reg- price $1 00
',. ,':::00,', price., .. ular.price 35c our special price 22c Our soeciat. -.- orice.-____ not.-__* _attlt n_. 59c
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YOUR THE.K1SSIMMEE. VALLEY"GAZETIt, FJU 4'. JANUARY 24, 1919' :t



ANNOUNCEMENTS. 00 0 GO 0 0 0 Q.. 0 GO ;0..0. 0 0000000. 00 000 U 000 to0000 0 0+0 ';
KISSIMMEE ALLEY GAZETTEPstkllahe .
I FOR MAinnM
.- ... 'Bolleitatlon of many friends
J I have decided to become H fiimlldau-
Every F'rlsay. for Mayor tit KI".lm". I will appreciate STATE BANK'OF
:; IF KJ"' .._ Taller G..ue> t'..pa.rKUalsssse the, support of the voters, andIf Poll I ,
Notice
Tax
*. Fl.rld. best.electedplyd.te endeavors* to enforce myiiclf the to ordlti UNO .my.n- ra
'I
I "
I
Des .and lo work for the betterment of
W. B. Harris PresUes> H..mme. .
E!:, G. >'... Anew, ._....r? W. J. STEEt1. q

.........,. We IIi FOIt "M41MH. K1SSIHNEE v}
I ht-reby announce myself a candidate ).
.......rlpt.. Rates J for re-election to the office of .
..__.. Mayor of Klsxlmmee, subject to theaction .
On Copy, One Tear.- $100
ODe Copy. Nfz!l Month___...____-. 1.00 of the "White' Man's". H. CADEL primary.J . NOTICE i is hereby given; that .
ODe Copy, Three Months.....__.- .76 S ,
Ir1so1<< M 4.1'on.I 1r
All communication except from ourauthorized am a candidntn for the office of in order to participate in the o .' .f
,
corr..por.d.nt. must> bs. Muvor of RIssntyce/ and will appreciate
Weed by the writer. .
lh<- auppnttvof the voter In the ,
H.lected mutter will not be returnednles ... ('h.K., primary. .
a railed for. M.pr _E A. MnTrN City Election, poll taxes must '

(Entered In the foul of floe at Klsslm., Poll "M4HfrHAli ">" TAX C.'OLLE The war is over but (the duly of the banker' i il still
fifes Florida >s secondaCa.s) matter ) TOH.
I Ii mvsrlf be paid on or before Saturday plain. The banker during the war has been conservative
1 hereby announce a* n can
i didme fvr the office of. City MnrshnlH himtef! and has urged his.'cuitomert td be. The. banker
1 Thx Collector, to lie voted ft- In 8th .
rcMt3eRy the "'Whlttmnnii1 Primary". to he held February: 1919. 64t has shown his customer the necessity for saving, and the . ,
solicit the ,
In. and hereby
March votejif ...
1o, vote In suldvlp danger.. from world conditions
< the dtlsi'ns qualified| N of extravagance. Judging '
q
And Jf lejtt-d promise to fill ,1
timi. C. L. BANDY 1
.. th.. ( offl. .
_. J. M. 1tOnUALL ,
.necessary for the next twelve months for every_
FOIl M4HKH4I4" AM TAX ('01.1..:('_ Collector. I ..
., 'I Ult. banker to pursue the same policy he has done for the past

d Our 1 nm candidate-.. for' reelection to [ twelve months) in encouraging production, and ,saving: and '
_.
Marshal and Tax CuRecLary
of
c-fflca !
the
gsrATe PRESSPJFRIDAY and will appreciate the support of ,X .< {HM c4< -<"W"8" HMH>* the voters of Kl..lmm e In the oomlneelection. '
demands! !the ,serious consideration' of every banker .

., 01':0. W; OYER TRI F.T. and we believe that the Florida' Banker will do his part. ,If't{w,
+C- -MWfr OflMWCCFOR "*' 't
AniiAi ANn TAX 901,1,130Tf ; -
run n the' banker' does 4>ii part well he, can aid in bringing'aboutthe .,
JANUARY 24 1919
I
I am candidate; ;:"fn. the office of greatest! 'era of( prosperity the United ,, States has 'ever
fi9Jyen the bulkhead movement Marshal and Tax Collector of the City SALE but
of Klmlmmie. and take this methodif known.' This era is not here yet we can have it soon
r tarts "over the top" be ready to help < soliciting the support of. the vot'rs
by following sane, sound and careful methods
now.
In the approaching
1 make it a gratifying eucceee.a HONELL DA8S:

a '
The most effective way to combat poll ('(II'VCILMAV.
At the nollcltatlon) of my many
;!' the high cost of living i is to grow a llon.ls I have decided to become a '
l' vnndMnte for councilman: In the anproarhinfC -
pring garden. Plant it now. primary If elected I will MODEL DAIRY

- use my Influence for an economical < p
not and proKresaive. admlnUtratlon 4
The bulkhead movement is
Jl 8. FLOTt1. "
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:dead nor sleeping, but gathering momentum I Fort C'Ot'NC'lI.'II'. ST. CLOUD FLORIDA RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital 100000.00
trench. ,
to take a front line ] hereby announce myself as a candidate '

I full for term' the, subject office of to Councilman the action fora of Eight Miles from Ktssimmre }y
Oh you barbecue. While you are the white tnan'n primary hnd promise Officer and Directors i iC.
r row of the past your. community fellowship If elected. to exert my best effort' towards :
I the upbuilding of Klsslmmee by A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-P. "
;; '. and your juicy cut of Florida's an economkal. r.n.rOo..dmlnhlra.' and
A consisting of rth. Acres of land ':
property ,
tlon, and, pcctfully solicit the aup- J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier
l' choicest meats will long .
linger ]j pun of all voters who desire to see two-story house in' good repair milk room and barn wagons, automobile .

j a pleasant memory in the minds of |our city Grow and 1lit.rrolper.. nRJ1AKER.: horse -milk separator. and all necessary appliances for running N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ

k possibly 2000 people who gathered a first class dairy. C. 4. CARSON, H. FLEMING, '

round your piled up tables and par- I hereby FOIL nnin( III>unc M< II.HAV.ni\'''elf. n onndl- N. C. BRYAN E. L. LESLEY,
took of your hospitality. May you return dnte for r<*.fl" ctlon as city councilman 27 HEAD OF COWS :
J. WADE
will appreciate your support.v . ; TUCKER Director.
to again equally auspicious .
us on some \ w. CAn ON.
occasion ((23 now milking)
I'pllll ('(\ll JII) (.11."A\. I
I am a' candidate for the office\ of Also 1 Well Bred Jersey BullWill ,
George S'tarbird of Colorado has city Courcilman, and solicit the sup-. ,
t t nrt of the voters of Klsalmmee In the J
'
;" purchased a 10,000 acre tract near appronch.n. "1'111111' 1'')'. sell the entire proposition, as a good paying concern, or will, ,

Kissimmee, known as the Drew-.Miller OAT e. UVINOSTON., sell cattle !separately. Reason for disposing. cf this property,' ill I Ill'u
Fin 'OIINTi.\lJo .
property. It is valued at 100000. I hereby imnounccmystlf. a candldnte health of owner. Good opportun! 'ty' for investor. Trains leave Kis-

Slurbrd! is one of the most prominent for election for one year' term as simmee morning and evening and return same day. Apply to i
Councilman and will appreciateyour ,
tockmen in the country and has purchased City support. .

.the land because it seemed especially -, A. A. REED DR. W. W. CARSON,

43 suited for stock raising. That i KOII <'OI' V( II.MAV. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
] J hereby announce(' myself a candl.) 8.c. 11119 I I' iL.i. 11
the land is .
be intends dividing understood -
up slate for' Citp, Councilman of Ktmlfn. }.>r,+yyq Qd rq I q trWjiY
but It is also suggested that ...., and respectfully aollclt the 'support ,i I I 1J iXA453
( of the voters In the white mnii'airlnary. 1
he expects to spend a part of the year j jin J

Florida and may decide to establish HOWARD KATZ. :

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and operate a ranch in the Kieimmee *- Fflil <'ITVOI"Vr1l.WAlV, ; :-a ,

Valley.-;The Manatee River 1 hereby Announce Myself a rindl- WE DO ,
BETTER WORK
,date for re--lvctlon ns City Count'ilnwinuub'ect ...
Journal. to. the "white man's" primary ,
If elected I promise to Irlve the of Ii""
the sumo pnlnstakliiK care In the fu. AT THE SAME PRICE
55 The Tampa Rotary Club has Issued ture that 1 have In the past. 8MtltOt'M rourneUra: ..d families with tae ..."'71.. mm* bearlrlal .

.. unique 'galley. proof" invitations to F. H. LAWSON '.lIa...... of a easily: farsilibed ......

; |thtijediborsiof[ ForidacimplorjngsirN:: .'\,. ',." ,...J FOR .(ITY CI-EHK. " a better Itrfmunr.h..e we for upcci.II.e.the came Just rower as: the than shoe...., .the..ft'..........cam.. wmrrt give ttmmt.you .,
/ viting demandingandlfcommanding ytl. herebytliannounce 1 mypelf MB' candl ",I 'I let ... .....,, yon the frcma polntM .bnDt good .WD'... ...) feat vr orkIjiphrpeirpertesieed !Rack! a home .rl..* rkeer, r.mf.rt a.d ...t..t.... t. all '
the
I (lateforfflreUrtlonto,4theSiofflcepof( (" workmen ...0..0' their. ....r. line ...! .......0. to i
.
{ [ihefrff pre.enceata jfc ajoun'8ge!!!
b', ,\ [press br akf as t': *'be given at|the tlwhlt"eman'I I the support,prl tof m I>*the ryffi!\eualifledIvoters andihereby4dlint : aol4l ,' r (:'!:l..i! {i'y'.' f", WRITE' V 8 AHOITT .. '";" .,; (' .'", . .!,.. made e;*..erlally: I. the .,... .., the. y..... er member.ee .. ':

o .. DeSoto1 hotel on. TueBdfcy"evening, and "thel"Rood f . ) TENTS '.4.r''il. 'VAWNING " 1..1"'!1'':,':. ''i1tb', ," Ol, the rfarlly serf a ......1.. ......... all t.r...h thel e IIveR 4'
+
TARPAULINS ,' :1\: .
numerous friends. In mv behalf -- : : : \I) >? "
February: 18th at 7:30'clock.. That's J. R. GILBERT ", ;7<'; ; rt\ t3'\ (>ylG

little late for breakfast, but the FOIl CITY (.OI'N.'IIAV Ca'nyas tops and curtains for boats and autos, sails, canopies, .. for easy: .....rf.l. "..'. .ble F..."...., marked at pr..... that

press bunch will be there fully]) pre.pared I hereby announce. mv "lf a candl canvas bags and any kind of canvas articles made to special order. -lll be lead .atUfaetory cad backed by a ...r..t..* to be .. represented '

for all .late Klustirimee for councilman, ,for full term of Prompt attention io mail orders. Catalog mailed free on re or purchase price ....f......
i4 emergencies.The subject) to the actions of 1
the "white man's" primary. I am' for quest. We carry the largest stock of "Preserve1' waterproofing,

Gazette, joins with the entire economy_ and proRTPNs GEORGE: W FOX. also ounce heavy and sail duck, in the Southeast C. H. GRANTHAM .

of the state in extending to ...
press JACKSONVILLE TENT & AWNING CO. "Tht Salitfaeloty Storm" -
editor Wayne Thomas of the Plant Classified Advertisements ,

City Courier sIncere land heartfelt! Bay and Market Sts. Jacksonville - --- -- __ __u ___ ___
; sympathy in the loss of his good wife fla. ,;'rftr**
l who passed at her home in that \ANTEn-AI. Country Club ilnUueWhit.
away Klrl for cooking and treneralhouyevi .
418 city Tuesday. The immediate cause ork. Must be competent,
Apply to Mrs. A. E. Smith B-2lpd I ?
{ of her death wqs pneumonia following : !
influenza. At the time MONEY TO I.O\N-On Ral Estate
of flyer
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Oc-or.v'e" ,V. Fox, ,Atty Office Tron- I' '
:I death Editor Thomas was too ill with son. Itldtf. -..3t. ;

t.besame malady to be apprised of 1'OR RACK-Ford Car Rood ...condition f'
his misfortune. 8 n. abadle, Klmlmmee 18. 4-U. X .

FOR BALE-Or' Rent-i new cottairei!! To Properly Owners of Osceola County: ;
with screened porch bathroom wat' .
I ADDITIONAL'LOCAIS.I er and light. Buy from owner .and pf'r I I will be at the following .named places oa date liven for the S SlIul'lo.e "
'Sunday will be "Home Day" in the save commission. For further Infor. 1 AM .
million at 413 Vine HI of recering Tax Return Real '
I. "New Era Movement" at the Presby- apply 8-4t-p on and Personal! Property: :

terian i* expected.church, and a large' attendance.- FOR Apply RENT to J.-McPhaltor.Nice Furnished House 28-tf 1'AERGROCER Shingle Creek, No, 2, Monday February 3rd, forenoon. j

r Campbell; No. 3, Monday February 3rd afternoon.
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1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sparling motored FOR SALE-Second-hand Ford cars

c4 to Orlando Thursday for a visit at ..attractive 807 ,:Broadway.prices, Oscsola- VictorCo. SL Cloud, No. 4, Tuesday, February 4th, forenoon.

1 with the latter's father Dr. Wm. Narcoossee, No. 8, Tuesday,, February 4th, afternoon. "'
DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M.
morning.' Tiller. Deer Park, No. 5, Wednesday February 5th, forenoon. j I I

FOR SALE-Eighty acres, ; 12 acres KenaniviDe, No. 6, Thursday, February 6th, all day. i(
s of. advertising coming in at the last cleared and under fence: 2 acres In
4 r moment, much interesting read.ngnatter ; bearing!! orange grove: $2,000 worthof at Lokosee, No. 9, Friday, Rebruary 7th, forenoon. .'
cypress timber on tract: four- lYE 1
r already in type,, is crowded room house and kitchen Also 60 ,, COME TO Mulberry Sink, No. 10, Saturday. February 8th, afternoon.
i out of this issue of.the Gazette. head of cattle and a good bunch' of ,f
range hogs loose on the range. TELL YOU WHERETO Kill immee, Nos. 1 and 7, all through March.
Rev. R. F. Hodnett io :
was called Farming; tools and Implements Lrf>-
dl Plant City this week on the sad mission rated near. KenansVllle. Price 8..6001 I \ BUY YOUR.GRQCERIES.
half cash, balance terms to suit B t ti
of
WM. I.
conducting the funeral serv-
H, Guy, Kenansvllle. Fla. 25-tf f. BARBER '
ices over the remains of the late \
. I Mrs. Wayne Thomas wife of Editor FARMERS-Send today for a free Sam .
v Stockman; published at Jacksonville Tax Assessor Osceola
>; Thomas, who made the County
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supreme sac. pie copy of the Florida Farmer and a la. l
.slice giving up her life in an effortto Tells. about livestock. raisin;,
nurse her family back to health. ing poultry citrus fruit and trucking LISTEN TO MY TALKS EVERYWEEK' "C4'W<"0 e' *fr '<
twice a month at 6\C'( per year-.
Mr. and Mr. Thomas were prominent three yearn for II 00. Only livestockand ; VOU WILL BUY YOUR
members of the Methodist church in general farming paper In the 'oo+u HMOoM 0 H U U 0.. 000 00 0.00 H 0 O 0..000 0 00 QoO. 0 .OH 00 ..00 '
Plant City where Rev. Hodnett served state. Write today. GROCERIES FROM MY .STORE. "

a* pastor for the past four years FOR SALE One Emerson Typewriter : : Gtr. WAGNER: :
Y and were intimate fnends. The funeral model three, visible', as good as new .ore -
service were held in Bartow the Apply Valley Oaiette. tf ,

;. former home of the Thomasses. Rev. FOR RENT-S-room house furnished; BUYINC GROCERIES IS THE. BIGGEST; JOB IN EVERY Real state[ and Insurance AgencyWe ij

Hodnett returned home Wednesday. 10-room house furnished: house HOME
r keepingrooms: unfurnished dwefngs. )
In Court of the County Judire" Rtate Mr.. E. K. Well tf I AM GOING TO MAKE THIS JOB EASY FOR YOU BY have a well selected list of properties for sale which
T A( Florida, Estate of'James :B. Tumb- among I
FOR TELLING YOU ABOUT THE BEST GROCERY STORE
RENT-Fu.nllb.d. except bed. IN are some attractive Farms Ranches
Jln. Giceola very ,
County. :By the Judge of Orange Groves, business t
aid Court. IWh.... William ding fine concrete house,: formerly THIS TOWN AND WHY YOU SHOULD TIRADE THERE.
Ingram
11*. applied to this Court for Lettersof I occupied by J. D,' Clark. Apply A. > buildings, and dwellings, all in Osceola County, and each proposition .

Administration. *on the "estate .of 8. Nelson's office, or H. A. Hunter 1.41. THEY KEEP A BIG FRESH STOCK OF HIGH QUALITY listed at its minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip :,
James" B. Tumblln. deceased, late ,
of
e aid. County of.' Oaceola. These are FOR SALE-Everett In GROCERIES AND SELL FOR LOW PRICES, ment. We also can offer exceptional.bargain* in Kisslmmee and ,St. d
IS. Therefore., To cite and admonish/ all car Brood con. Cloud properties now owned by non-residents
dltlon. be who ,
May sell
seen at 204 Brack are willing) to
THEY
tnd KEEP
singular the kindred and creditor Bt Mrs Qeo. Maxwell THEIR STORE CLEAN AND SANITARY.
of said dec.a..d.to be and appear be- -2t-pd. at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a .little.
.
'' day fore of this Court on or before th. 28th Lost-On Saturday night, pair white 'MY STORE IS surplus capital and benefit *>y the increase in values which 1* sure r,
February A. D. 1811 and Dieobjections. kid gloves and' round silver '
If any they have to the e.... If found return to Grace vanity Oil. to come. Call or write us. ':

granting said estate ok 'Letter, otherwise of Administrationon the same will bert 45 Main qt. '-1 t. THE CUT PRICE CASH "GROCERY Strout

.be, granted to said William Ina-ram. REGISTERED Duroe boar for sale by E. A. Farm Agency Inc ;
r to some other fit person or persons. Clifford J. Lester. Boar In good con. .
Witness my name a. County Judre of dltlon. Is free from cholera and is PHONE 141 422 BROADWAYOUT I D. G... WAGNER '
tae County aforesaid this. tie lOth day from a good breed. Call at home, Manager 1
;>f & & >>. 1911. (SeaL),, T. M.) three-quarter of a milefrom cents- OF TOWN ORDERSHIPPED SAME DAI Kissimmee
Merpby, county Jed... l-t I ? Florida:
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E THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY,.JANUARY 24, 1919 FIVE
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, Pyrox for sale by Central DrugStore Nyal's Face Cream, 25c, at Central I W. F. Walker, one of fiassenger's John and Martin Schiihler arrived''
I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS II Drug Store. most prominent men, was a Wednesday in Kissimme this week from their I'

Arrong, thq tourists recently arriving Judge and Mrs. A. W. Sargent, visitor,. here looking after busi Illinois home. They were guests at ,1'
the hotel.!
t here! was George W. Wade, of came up from Avon Park Wednesday ,ness. __ Park I
.*. ..o..o..ooo.ooooo Pyrox, at Central Drug Store. Akron, Ohio. to visit their daughter. Mi** MaridnSargent. HH
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Stevens motoredto ( !
Weather ReportFollowing Wauchula,.,Sunday, to visit his par.'' Rads George Mich.Mathews, were winter and wife v vlsitorioum of Grand W. H. Kempfer and Alvin Law We Show Properties (

ents. Rapid, were winter visitor spending were residents of the Deer Park settlement ,
Bugs cannot stand Pyrox. For sale, the week=end here. looking 'after business Inter. that are excellently Improved
by Central Drug Store. cuts here Wednesday. ..
are daily temperature Protect your plants with Pyrox, and attractive1 in location
J. E. Bryan of Kissimmee was a the best Spray Mixture, for sale by A. H Baten and'wife from Akron, '
and by precipitations Government stationat as reported visitor to town Saturday. ,-Lakeland Central Drug Store. Ohio were winter visitors stopping t Ideal homes for those who

Kissimmee fothe week ending Star. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Watcher and In Kisslmmee Wednesday. They registered J are thinking of purchasing a i i.t

Thursday, Jan. 23, 1919: L. Y. Bryan of in Sanford connection,, spent with Regina Sask, are among the visitors at the Manhattan hotel I .t house of their own, and good
Wednesday in town Mr. and Mrs.George Weiser, of
here for an indefinite stay. They are
Max Mln. Rain the Bryant Cycle:) Co. registered 'at the Graystone. Marietta, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas investments' if I ; they be
Thursday ___..._ 73 60, .20 Sergeant Krouae:"came up' from Kigdr, of, Wheeling', W. Va., were only thinking, of profitable
Friday _..____. 66 52 Carlstrom Field and spent the week Mrs. L. E. Mosher, Mrs. Adams, winter visitors spending. some time
Saturday ._____ 70 43 end at the Graystone hotel.S. ., and Mr, Decker, were' a party from here this week. They stopped at the f0a3Z_ speculation. We are experts
St. Cloud to Kissimmee
.. ___ 75 44 .- J, Entriken, of,Narcoossee,,, and'Sldn motoring Graystone. .' 4 in the Real Estate businessand
Sunday Thursday, shopping and looking after
? :
y Porter, of St. Cloud, spent Sergeant G. W. McGowan and wife $
and
52Tueaday business. understand
_
Monday ___*?_ 77 Thursday morning'in town. left for Washington, Wednesday values
....:.. 76 57 O. W. ;Demons and wife, and conditions '
Anna Ca e.wtll sing for you on the Ralph where they will both be employed in !local thoroughly
Wednesday :.... 80 62 New Edison, "The .Phonograph witha Nemons and Mils Melissa' Stood)", government servioe. Sergeant M- See us for tHe best bargains...
.
Soul at Central Store of Auburn. Ind., were a"party spending Gowan had recently returned from L
J .ooc .oo oolo.oo..o..oo.We Drpg Monday, )here They were guestsat overseas, where he was detached
H. R. May returned from his head the Graystone. from Company B and p'aced in the BREAKER REALTY COMPANY
'
q Central Store
sell' Pyrox. Drug ,
Plant
at ,
City Wednesday
quarters C. Van Meter and wife and J. Par- 31st Division. lIe was honorably! dls- -
S. S., Griffin of Orlando, visited. and will spend some time here. due, of Louisville? ,' Ky., were among charged from military service. I j I' KISSIMMEE. FLORA!}
relatives here on Thursday., The fire alarm which called] Ahe the winter. visitors arriving in Kis- ice.

,b Hear Marie .Rappold on: the New boys out Sunday afternoon proved> simmer Wednesday. They were __ __ __ --'- _____m___._____ ____ ----------r---,, .. .
be fire in .West Kissimmee.
i, Edison. Central Drug Store Agents. a grass1 guests at.the Park hotel. ONE BIG
' r Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dimick arrived Mrs D. G. Francis left Wednesdayfor Wm. Edmiston, of. Clinton, illl., : E. GRAYSTONE CASINO, NIGHT 1 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29 :
from their home in -Ladysmlth, Wis., Orlando( for an indefinite stay E. Miller and Charles Jones, of Lane, .. ,
M. Chisholm and
with Rev. A. family.
; Monday, to. spend the' remainder of 111., were among the tourists looking '" '" w
. the winter here. Supt. C. E. Yowell, accompanied by about Kissimmee this week They I
Allan MacDonough visited. the stopped at the Manhattan hotel.
P For Sale-Four. mules, W.J.' Miller. schools in the lower 'section of the Jr, M. and'C. M. Keen and familiesformed'a t.I DAL, 'WAVES OF MELOD
46-tf '
,county this week. party for Kissimmee yesterday .
+ Miss Katherine Carr came 'over] Mr. and Mre! E./1... Pherlgo are the to attend the State Live'Stock r- -
_#41-- from the Cathedral school at Orlando' ',proud varents .of'"a''fine baby girl, meeting which has been in session
r ,1' and spent the week-end with Mr. and I born last Tuesday:' The little lady for several days.-Lakeland Star.' '/

Mrs. S. H. Bullock. has been named Helen Carlton. >B. D. Direy, J. W.: Foley, W.. J.
Lleutenant'L. J. Graham of Carl-I Jas. Tweedof Toronto. Canada, Patterson and H. A. Williams, werea
t strom Field, official to Kissimmee!who.is spending! the winter at Orlando party from Winter Haven spending r
1 Saturady on business and' motqred to Kissimmee Wednesday' some time here the first of the week.
spent the week end with Attorney W. .to visit his old time friends, Mn and I They registered tat /the Manhattan/
'" B. Crawford and wife. He returned Mrs Briggs hotel.

to Arcadia Monday.NyaTs ,i Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mrs. J. Z. Rober.! C.' P. Whipple arrived this week
!
} Peroxide Vanishing Cream, son, Mrs. Gardner Mrs. C. H. Sum from his New York home to spend '
'rrf' as good as any only 25c, at Central mers and Mrs. E. D. Katz, were a some time here looking after property "
Drug Store. Phone 41. .:pleasant party motoring to Orlando interests and enjoying Florida at ,-
j Mrs. Earl Lupfer's nephews Mes ,Tuesday for the day. I tractions. He is a guest at the Gray- <
: are Nolan and Kaimey Pierce, motorI j I Mrs. A. W. Bailey' and daughter. 'stone hotel. .
:i ed to Kissimmee from their home' inCulloden. I IJ Miss Frances, returned from Tampa I G. II. Chenoweth, who brings' his! f u
- Ga. arriving Tuesday; They Sunday, where they have been visiting family here from West Virginia each dA IJ"
; I left WeAneeday'in company with Mr. ''' relatives. Mr. Bailey went. down to!year to spend the winter, has purchased ,.."' ". .I ;:
] Lupfer and G. C. Livingston on. a I(accompany.them home. what is known as the Koch- : ' NOOATTLE5 l r
:
,;. hunting trip to the woods. I I I :Mrs. J. W. Prentis has accepted a ,enderfer residence, in North Kissimmee '. iO' ., _
Attorney and Mrs. G. W. Fox, their position in the cafeteria department and moved in Tuesday.Mr. '
guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Fox end lof the hostess house at Camp'Beaure- I I and Mrs. A. L. Agnew, with dluSTY FUi ;.
".. Mrs. Allie Gallon, of Knoxville, Tenn., I guard, Yirginina, and expects to leave I,their child and nurse, of Charleston DIG I O"6111' r$)_ .1
.i and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Anderson, of soon to take up her new duties. S. C., and Miss Rebecca Bell, of Winchester ltJUI4rGIREI
.iq, I Bearden, Tenn., and Rull Bars, of I Hon. S. S. Griffin motored down I Va., arrived in Kiss mmee in .: SONGM1Uf ; .
Kissimmee, were a pleasant party from Orlando Sunday for a few hours their machine Saturday and are "kEREVER YOV it10lC ,
N::1 leaving Tuesday on a motor trip to spending the week-end here.
with J. J. Griffin, and other relatives.He t
Miami, via Daytona, then on to to other 1 1t I was accompanied by Misses Hilda I(I C. F. Walker, J. A. Underhill, E >: ;: ;: HAcvr yJlll
east coast towns.
t They expect go and Helen, his onr. Stanley and niece, H. Watson, J: S. Underhill, PearcenPace'and :
" far south West and will I
us as Key
, ,
Miss Anesley Harris. J. C. Platt, were a party of .
.) J likely be for the next ten days. 1 .
e gone I, :Mrs. J. Wade Tucker,.accompanied Okeechofcee citizens looking, after 'oh8a 'i;
-- by Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs J. Z. Rob. ,I business Interests in Kissimmee Fri. i iI :

e-:< CasinoTheatre : erson Lola ,Lawler Mrs C., motored H. Summers to and Orlando Miss I day.hotel.They registered at the Manhattan ;h'HtN4'11rR TrGf/xOt7Vf' + f ice. .; 't

!' Monday night to attend the Centen M. E. Ardrey t flagman/ on the 11ark.
Week of January 27 .: ary Missionary meeting.Mr. Sugar Belt R. R., at. Ashton, had the

Matinee 3:30. Night 7:15-8:30 Crews, of Haines City is expected misfortune to slip on a log 'yesterday '".;" J m
; to arrive next week to relieve while at work and fell heavily to the .
P.{ J. 'pierce, of Eagle Lake, who is ground, fracturing two of his ribt 6 i r
MONDAY serving the Sugar Belt R. R.. as mes- and causing other, injuries. He war'
Attraction announced in 1.obb senger agent Mr.: Pierce will be brought to Kisaimmee for medical "
( 9th Episode i ';A FIGHT FOR MIL. transferred to the C. H. Division: and care.Mrs.
a LIONS." A. C. L. rairoad. J. L. Overstreet, accompanied, ro.
Mr. and Mrs.: W. E. Devore of bye- Misses Helen Bass, Lois Over-
,' TUESDAY Georgetown S. C.. are spending the street and Alpha Westfall, and C. H.
METRO presents winter in Kissimmee and are comfortably I Summers, motored to Orlando Tues:
Olive Tell in "SECRET STRINGS." located in the Willson flats.' day, night to attend the Centenary-
SCREEN TELEGRAM Mr. and Mrs. Devore are' highly Movement lectures.: Mrs. Summerswho
pleased with their visit so far, and had spent the day in Orlando
l&Mblh"( : :,, WEDNESDAYttSMYVSAMMY ;';;;., ;? .'. : will,.proba bly' decide''to ''locate here returned home, with them: .1 H.I .

!:' };, GI RL.i!'ailitaryusicalcSpectacle permanentlySlMe'ssrslto! /-. tl't{ { \i' \ ,<* ': '' W, t. Vail received a telegram last
(11.1 i two acts j RaJdsand:\, 4P?\,.CJ:* Cliffordreturned' Friday notifying him of the death of I---: J4r
,.Prices $1.50 $1.00.Children 50 cents. ''to''Kissimmee') day.from his eon.which' occurred at St. Mary'r
Seats on Sale at Central Drug Store. an auto tour down the east coast, hospital,; Astoria, Oregon. MrVail
visiting Palm Beach Miami and other had recently received a letter from
THURSDAY. I points of interest. The Cliffords were his son in which he'stated he had just

;, I;:' WILLIAM FOX presents GLADYS joined at New Smyrna by Mr. and recovered from influenza, and the tsl- :
BROCKWELL. in "THE CALL OF: Mrs. C. B. McNair, of Jacksonville, egram came both as a shock and surprise

, ti" THE SOUL" I who accompanied them on the trip. to him.F. oaltcvaoae OK 4t 1XJ ,
:." Harold. Loyd Comedy. Fireman Save Mr. and Mrs. Munn of.Troy, N. Y.,! L. Ferguson wife and daughter, y ''
' "' arrived last night to the reoI I R tT N A GL'/T7'E vG:
My Child.FRIDAY, Mrs. Nolan and Mrs. Smith, of Toronto spend ,L : .
f41 Canada,'who are wintering at Imainder of the winter, guests of Mr. i t1N6'
" :.):i"-" Lakeland, motored to Kissimmee on and Mrs. A. S. Nelson. Before coming WN/R4 FE G/RL/E .cwt ,wig i xa
, .. Mr. Ferguson sent Mr. Nelson
',A WILLIAM FOX 'presents ANNETTE Thursday to attend the barbecue.
j Jl"" KELLJR;: IAN in the "QUEEN OF The party remained until Friday af the money with which to purchase an %'IWTA RYMI/S/ SPEer4CL : rte
THE SEA." ternoon the (guests ofIr A. W. automobile for his use while here 4 ,
; //J"-- Gaumont Weekly. Johnston, "HaidanacT" North Kissinv I I and the new machine was at the

Paramount Comedy, Two Gun Gussie. train to meet him. a J
mee.Rev.. O. B. Falls and Rev. J. J. Far interest at St. Johns Episcopal

SATURDAY mer, delegate from the Wekiwa Dis church is increasing Sunday School 40 J IrL 4 0 Carload of Novelties and Effects-Illuminated S ringboard
TRIANGLE presents FRANCIS trict. James M. \Vl11 on. Jr., memberof and services are held regularly.; Mrs. M JV&p s \ :
I DONALD in "TONY .AMERICA." the State Board of Missions, Mrs. W. A. Hamilton's Adult Bible 'Class.
4y -' First Episode PEARL WHITE in Belle Modi delegate from the First at 10 a. m., with its cordial Invitationto Prettiest Girls-Catchiest Music-Cleaneit Comedy On Tour
"THE LIGHTNING RAIDER." Church of Kissimmee'', and Mrs. E. S. all new comers, is an interesting Whatever YOJ Do See This Show '
SUNSHINE' COMEDY, "The Fatal Hall, representing the Woman's Missionary feature Next Sunday at 11 a. m. r

Marriage.' Union and the church, all Rev. Canon Bryan will speak on""The PRICES $1.00$1.50 Children JO! cts. Seats. en Sale at t Central Drug Store
spent some time attending the Baptist Health that can Never be Lost, and ; ; .
Coming, Feb. 5th, THE BIRTH OF A State convention at Tampa, returning in the evening at 7:30 upon "The .
- -- NATION. home the last of the week. Supreme Question of Llfe"A --
l F -. glittering; whirlie girlie, military
: spectacle called "My Sammy Girl"!
\",\;,,f'""', 'I will be the attraction at the Casino TO THE THEATRE GOING PUBLIC I
Theater for one night, Wednesday PHILLIPS
:; LEST YOU FORGET Jan 29th. Nobattleju fun, song,; I wish to call your attention to the fact that I am sending
,Nrv music with a cute military love story. to your city the elaborate musical spectacle "EVERYWOMAN."
Miss Madeline Lefere is the bright Contrary to the custom that has been followed in the past years
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shining star of the company and is THEATRE by most theatrical producers with a popular success to. their
, considered one of the most popularof
TAYLOR'SCora the younger school of actresses! credit, I have steadfastly refused to organize and send out anyduplicatecompanies
and her appearance will undoubtedly of this world famed success, which la com R

r be widely welcomed by the theatre i Ing;' to your city at the zenith of its fame and glory, full of international

: going public. honor and homage, 'and Identical proportions. that

t"" Beef Hash __i_______% ,10 12 ox. Kream Krisp _______ .19 dent John M. Townley, a former resi- ORLANDOONE r have made theatrical history here and abroad.
of Kissimmee, who moved to
,l I' Vienna Sausage __________ .10 No. 1 Asparagus Tip ______ .20 Miami from this city twenty-three I realize that I may be sacrificing much In taking. this stand '

Veal Loaf _.- _____________ .15 Gallon Blue Karo ____.___ .90 years afro, spent a few-days here last but I'CHI I positive that the theatregoers of the few cities') td

! Foster SKcd Beef ________ .15 White Corn Meal, tb ______ .05 week visiting his mother-in-law, Mrs. NIGHTFriday I which" I am sending "EVERYWOMAN" will appreciate the ex i

Star Lobsters, 25c and ____ .35 Hudnuts Grit ____________ ..OSj.'l''i. Dale, and other relatives. John and cellence of this company. Jtlany of you have no doubt witnesseda

'. Deviled Ham ____________ .20 Fancy Head Rice ...._____12Vz Tom older Townley residents,will as having be remembered been in the by performance of "EVERYWOSfAN." and will be gratified\ to '

I ';,'::' Red Salmon Steak ________ .25 3 The Bulk Oat Meal ______ .25 drug business here at one time and : know that Paula Shay, Natalia Lynn: Winifred Baldwin Percy .

'"ii. Potted Meats ____________ .05 Hebe Milk, Sc and1 ________12VZ were very popular both in social and F I d Jan'y Parsons, Norman Lane, S, K. tlutchinaon, Frank Kilday, F. 'J., 4
18 ox. Peach Butter, rla..__ .30 Michigan Nary Bean _____ .15 business!! circles. Since leaving Kis! Y McCarthy, and Fred Hampton still head the east and will ap-
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18 ox. Apple Batter, flats _- .30 Calif. Black Ey Pea .______ 10 success simmee in they a marked have achieved degree and financial now pear in your city in the same.roles with. which they hare been 4 -

"tlf ' No. 1 Tomatoes __________ .10 White Salt Meat __________ .28 own large property interests in Mi- Identified..
:il< No. 2 Tomatoes __________ .15 100 Ib bar Hen Scratch ___. 4.20 ami and also at Tulsa, Oklahoma. Feeling that you will appreciate this effort to give you the

', Pimesto __ _____-_____ .20 Chnragold Batterine ------- .45 Last week's Kissimmee Valley Gazette 31 best fn my power, I bee to remain, ,
told of the death in that city of Faithfully yours
i, SATURDAY ONLY:: Best Creamery Butter 75c J. A. Blackwell, a prominent stock
raiser and citrus grower of that sec .
_' -' It*"* pleasure to have yon call and inspect our well displayed line of tion. Mr. Blackwell for a time operated

a large turpentine business near
Fancy GroceriesTAYLOR'S
.:: "'.:, ", 'AT Lorraine on the East and West Coast ADVANCE SEAT SALE AT *j, .
: railroad and made his headquartersin
this city where he made many MCELROY PHARMACY -*,
I friends because of his friendly disposition -
:: ,. and straightforward business RESERVE YOUR SEATS. BY MAIL NOW-Mall orders will take precedence over the regular Sale and
dealings 'About a.year ago he closed will be-filed in order: of receipt. State which location 'you wish and eijblose check or money order for the ex'

out his business in this' county and act amount with,self addressed stamped envelope, and seat.will be sent you by return mail. ,Make'all draft *
\" : :"f NEAR THE P. O. returned! to Kissimmee, where his
.. and money orders payable to PHILLIPS THEATRE. ,
death occurred: lastweek..-Braden- a ...
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-,1. town Journal. .i REGULAR BOX'OFFICE SALE OPEN NOW. PRICES 75c, $l.00-al1d $120. <
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I AIRSHIPS MAPPING OUT SHORT r


ROUTE TO NEW ORLEANS, LA.

Spring Fertilizer

Two airships in command of Lieu I picked out a place where in case ol .
tenant C. Y. Banflll, arrived here necessity he can effect a'landing. An \

from Arcadia ,Monday afternoon at I airplane engine is designed to run.at To insure a full bloom that will letl and holdrail, use cither: "
5:30 ,'Its maximum : I
and for
stopped lOver the night, speed only 1400 R. P. .
resuming their northward Journey I M., and is so 'delicate that everything
Tuesday'morning, goingfrom Kissimme about it must be in perfect order. If ;
to Gainesville Live Oak, Tallahassee a spark plug>> should foul, or the engine Florideal Special. :
Pensacola and thence to New begins to miss for any otherceuie '
Orlt.ns. an immediate landing must bs {
While/the party was In Kisslmmee made and the defect remedied at on?e. Cherokee Special Mixture ',:
the Gazette secured the following information or the vibration and strain cqused b" '
from Lieut. Banflll regard irregular tiring of the 'cylinders w'.l': .
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: MMJU} Be Sure to Get1E ing the object of his present undertaking soon ruin the engine for further use ,Alkideal Grqwer
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: He must also make detailed report' < : i The purpose of this flight is to, on the meteoroligical conditions en

find if possible a practical short route countered enroute the performance o' should be in the ground before the heavy :growth
between t Arcadia Florida' and New his engine; altitudes flown, and ab' Fertilizer, ( I
Orleans, La. In cross- country flights the exact time and distance. !. starts. "Let us book your order for prompt shipment.' .
heretofore the training of the pilots When it is taken into consideration
for war service has been, the main that at the beginning of the war th
consideration. These flig-hts.were usu- Aviation Service was a small part' o' FertiJizer.Co.I
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ally made form one flying field to an- the Signal Corps and comprised onl Wilson & Toomer .
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other.. Now, however, the Navigation about 3000 officers and men, and w'tJ' Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers 6y -
Branch of the Office of the Directorof only a ,,few antiquated planes, it wl! Fla. .>I
Military Aeronautics is gathering be seen that ,tremenduous strid I Jacksonville, I.
information as to direct routes between were made in the time give . "
points that will probably be Carlstrom Field, the home 'statiQIIof .X.

permanent Air Service Stations and the detail is a one unit field about .. o 6o o. ooooo ooo .o.oo.. ... .o. o. j
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waxwrappedseated the larger cities of the country. Air seven miles from Arcadia., With Dorr to
lanes are being charted at present Field also at Arcadia it made up one .1
all over the country, and it is natural of the most advanced schools for pursuit
package!, to expect that any definite developments ( flying'in this country. All the
in Aerial travel either Military latest method. of combat In' the air (xportirade4
IIllF with WRIGLEV'S Postal or Commercial will follow -', were\ taught 'and extensive opportunity
lanes which have thus been chart'i given, for machine gun practice on
ed. I'the ground and in the air, and .graduates
lJ upon it is a guarantee The popular belief Is that an a\'la-1 of the school were fully trainedto Latin Auitrlca
tor in starting on a cross-country trio fly over the battle grounds.
of quality heads in the general'direction of his Lieut. Banfill is a native Floridian What Sells Here Sells There
destination, and lust flies until he frets I and.bas been in the Air Service since I '
eat" there. The truth is that he must first November 1917. Prior to' that time Manufacturers wishing to market their products in Latin America -
make a most careful map study of he'was! a member of the 141st Regl-
4 The largest chewing the country to be traversed and plot rrjent of Field Artillery and saw ser- will be benefitted by communicating with our Export Bureau.
a course by compass bearings. lie vice with that organization on the I '
gum factories In the must know what the speed and dirt' Mexican Border Accompanying l him We can sell,your good through"''Our ( "
tlon of the wind is, and must make are"Lieut. E. A. Cary, of Baton
; world the largest calculations to how this will affect Rogue La., an accomplished pilot. Native Sales Representatives '
the speed of his plane. While in flight whe entered the Service noon after "" '

selling gum In the he must constantly study the terrain war wall declared and Sergt. let and trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin American
r j over which he is passing: and have Class E. J. Schmidt.)
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huu ... Motion ]Theatres)
and hundred Salons :( Picture {
----------------------------------- ,Newspapers two ,
world: that Is what I

? IIS THIS in South and Central America will carry the story of your products -
YOUR EXPERIENCE
WRIGLEVS means. ,
I THE FORUMA I I straight to the Merchants Business Men Buyers and Con.

:Many Klsgimmee People Are Afflicted
sumers in these South American Countries.
SEALED TIGHT REMINISCENSE.To With Annoying Kidney Ills.

the Editor of the Valley Gazette: I Co-operative Catalogues
KEPT RIGHT The article in last week's Valley Are you bothered with too frequent

Gazette, concerning some leases of action of the kidneys Are the secre- We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in the language
land for a park carried' one's memory tions highly colored-do they contain
waar.+rt.r. back some six or more years, and the sediment-Mirn and scald in voiding'' B of the South and Central American Republics.
following reminiscence will be interesting 'These are all signs of kidney sickness .
to those who had a in the ,and should not be .neglected.: KU. '
part If interested, write wire or call
Isimmee
matter at that time. The city and people .recommend Doan'sKidney
/ I various individuals had been importuning Pills. If your-back aches and;
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i !7iH I MI{ ti the railroad to improve a part your kidneys are weak' you will}) find

of its lot adj lining the passenger no better recommended remedy.W. L-i Export Di.i.i..
station, and give a splendid first impression E. Yates stationary engineer
ALLIED AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
of the town. Very many Sunny St., Kissimmee says: "I was! I
The Flavor Lasts !
I !!: nations: feature this point. pretty well knocked out all over some HLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A. q

-- Apparently because of these importunities !three years ago. My back often gave
word came indirectly to the i away suddenly and a terrible pjin
E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY 'civic league (organization. then in (took me in the region of my kidneys
existence here) that the railroad I 11 would just have to sit down or !I'
Jacksonville Florida I would let the city have all its holdingson (would fall over. My kidneys acted
t. the blank between the passenger too frequently and the secretions were SEED POTATOESFor
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Poultry Supplies
Insecticides Sprayers
Fertilizers : station and Pleasant street for a parkif scanty and burning in passage. A '

for thirty years we have been m.nuf ciuring fertilizer, In this S..1II(8( have satisfied cut the civic league would undertake friend told me to try Doan's Kidney Spring planting; December and January delivery; .. '
lomcn in every county In Florida. I fits making and subsequent upkeep. Pills, and two boxes gave me great Highest quality MAINE..grown.
The league had not, to that time relief from pain in my back and f
Price. alt. U 1m. with up
VriU F.r L.t..l PriM Lid. 7 Qaality Write
.. ,tackled so large a contract. Its pro- strengthened my kidneys I "have for Prices, firing quantity desired. 'We handle
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- the V. I. S., and later the great faith in this remedy Cobbler
--- -- genitor. Spaulding No. 4 Rose; Irish Early Red Bliss Triumph
Price (0c at all dealers. Don'tsimply ,'
civic league had planted the palms on
'New Crop Turnip, Cabbage Onion Seeds and Sett. 1
ask for kidney *
a remedy" get
first
.Broadway bought and put up the
street names all over the city,, laid doan's Kidney Pills-the same that We carry all the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been
$9th ANNUAL SUB-TROPICAL the, cement walk from the schoolhouse Mr. Yates had. Foster-Milburn Co." ;! ., tested and known to be best adapted to our soil and climate.'
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1 door to ,the street ditto from Mfgrs., Buffalo N. Y.' i 'i
Largest Crop Seed Oats Seed Rye Seed Wheat Rape Vetch Barley
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'i the"court, house and many other such :.. , ,
FAIR minor'jobs, but the opportunity to get ..;\,:': ," ,V; 'NITRATE REA'D'iJJI'.'. ..:: .."1'h':'\\ English Peas, Beam, Etc. ,
MIDWINTER the land for the city park could not 'Dear Editor: The government h'a. Our Descriptive Catalogue FREE on Request
be allowed to slip through fear of the nitrate of soda The
again for sale. BLUE RIBBON LAYING MASH MAKES. YOUR. HENS LAY.
size of the work. One of the members
orders will be handled' through this
planned on individual responsibility office the same as last' year. Every ITALIAN RYE, FOR, LAWNS., .._ .1' .
to"?buy the small lot required to finish farmer will be asked to deposit $87,00per
GREA VICTORY AND : out the strip necessary to make theboundaries ton with his order the actual cost
of the park Dakin,.Pleasant f. o. b. shipping point being '$81.00 a
and Sproull streets on three sides Thin insures payment of nitrate when +
PEACE EXPOSITION the passenger' station on the fourth. sufficient orders are on hand and the
Rough estimates on the cost! were freight to distination.
made filling, from $500 to $1000 cement -' When all orders are in and delivered :
I sidewalks on the threesstreetboundrics. each person' ordering will receivea
about $500; interior walks detailed account of his transactionand i
5 : COUNTIES : INVITED : TO : EXHIBIT $150; trees! of a size to soon make any money due him will be returned TI 5 4t I'
shade, at $,5each. about 150. These OLDEST

salient expenses were all perparatory The committee in this work for Os- 1 ESTABUStlED SEE fouiNERn, ; .
to the work of laying out, planting, ceola +RITE HDR GTihtOg i I
county are: '
ORLANDO FLORIDA etc., and totaled a' seemingly large : 1\1. D. Alexander Kissimmee, dis- WEEKLY PRICE LIST | gOUSE IN.F LORIDA :. ;
t .i.:
; sum for the society to pay to orna- tributor.S. ,
ment the station grounds for the rail- L. Lupfer Kissimmee, a Y ,
road. But appreciating the value of I Pat Johnston, Kissimmee. ...
FEBR'Y 11-14 1919 the land to the city for a park, the : M. M. Javens Kissimmee Agent. ,

arrangement seemed not unfair. The 1: Blank forms will be sent out as ... I
station would get its approach from soon as received or on request. ... ,
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the city side vastly improved without : Address all communications to M.
expense to it and the land would be ttOO .OO OOOO. O. OO O.OO OO..OOOOOOOOO, OOOOO.OOOO 'J
M. Javens and make all checks .
payable 9
The War it Over--Come Celebrate the Great Event
exempt from future tax, and the city to M. M. Javens or State Bank of
would get the park. The society was Kissimmee Kissimmee Fla.
; With U. game, and resolved unanimously to Very truly yours WANTED :

undertake work. I .M. M. JAVENS, .
FINEST FAIR IN FLORIDA GUARANTEED Came then on the scene the "joker. -, County Agent Osceola.
." The ? not intendedto ,
gift ( ) was
Wonderful Exposition of Fruits,Field and Garden Crops Stock Poultry be a gift of the land but a gift of : I Your Poultry and Eggs I .
permission to improve the land, as a Few! Escape. .
Art, Domestic Education. park, the same to be revoked by the There are -few indeed who escape
railroad whenever in its discretion having at least one cold. during the ,
the
Best Race State
b Exhibit.
Airplane it needed the land for other purposes. winter months and they are fortun We will pay cash and can use all the }A
JOHNNY JONES' FAMOUS SHOWS. Evidently the "discretion" wound! ate who haVe but one and get through '
: not begin to function until some with it quickly and without any ser eggs you can ship. We can furnish r'

ii thousands of dollars had been expended ious consequences Take Chamber- with the ten dozen 1
on the improvement. When the lain's Cough Remedy and observe the you empty, egg (<.
: FOUR DAYS. OF PLEASURE & INSTRUCTION subtle irony of this soaked into the directions with each bottle and you Cases with fillersat 40c, each f. o. b. ,
,, 1. civic league's conciousness, nny men- are likely to be one of the fortunateones. '
tion of the'improvement "taboo." this Tampa. Get in touch with i us. .
was The worth and merit of ;
<-w>< "0 C" "><"0"0"C" < e*>M Hoo. .+:+H. :
Although the society had not a single remedy hs been fully proven. There '
voter in its membership yet it knew are many families who have always SAfFOLD BROS. PRODUCE CO.
well enough that it was not good used it for years when troubled witha i. ,

business to put improvements on land cough or cold and with the very TAMPA FLORIDA I, 'II
MANHATTAN HOTELNow A. E. DROUGHT held under precarious terms. The best results. :
thing; "isn't done, you know. '
for the Winter Season.A .
Open
115 Broadway So the proposition was decently interred DEATH CLAIMS B. 0. GASTON.B. .
but its ghost still walks oc
casionally..' O. Gaston, formerly of McAlpin, ,r' ..
Family Hotel with all the Comforts Fla. was stricken seriously ill lastweer "
Real Estate and Insurance Member of the Civic League. The Strong Withstand the Wlat
and passed Friday. Mr. ,
of Home. away Cold Better Than tile Weak

--. ,caj REPRESENTSThe MILK *IN WINTER. Gaston was a government tree inspector You must have Health.Strength: and En-
and was) one of the :force Influenza.,
durance to tight Colds Grip and
RATES U.50'PER DAY Why do give less milk th.4 of
n.me Insurance Co. of New your cows that are investigating trees
in winter than they dQ in summers this section. lie was making his When year blood Is not In a healthy
Special by the Week. York, the National Fire Insurance Just because nature does) not supply .headquarters here with his wife and 'condition and does not circulate properly.
to unable withstand the
to
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Co. of Hartford, The Sun, and them: with' grasses and green food. your tee rem _
But We have come to the assistanceof I baby.Mrs.. Gaston aeompanied the remains -
; MRS. 'R. .B. SAVAG[, Prop.. many other reliable companies. Dame Nature with B. A. Thomas' to the home of her people at GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
1 Stock Remedy which contains the I Monticello for burial leaving KJsirnmee Fortlfiee the System Against Colds, Crib
very Ingredients that the green feed -Sunday, morning and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching:
5 supplies In only of course; the Blood. '- ); \
In a more highly concentrated! form. The OutokM That DeN Not Affect the Hud It contains the well-known tonic prop ,!
Colda Case,Grip u41 lathaiozayuA7wg Pile Cured In 6 to 14 Days We guarantee that this remedy will BcetnM of tt.tonic eel laxatlv tffcet.LAXA enies of Quinine and' Iron In a form .Ma;;
BSOUO QUOTNE.:TaMMt nooWtkeirssri I Drt+ fund. money If PAZO OnOKCNT f.UiHind. make your cows give more milk, and Tl VIC BROMO OUU9IN8 i.better tbaa ofdiaaryOnlnla. acceptable to the most delicate stomach: "
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..... BlMdlntorProUtMuWrUM. and 4 cot ir um norflnKinc
,- Ta- Is ooh one "Braae Qatatasv"Wo. I:=rr. Itda..... Pile&, .Dd _. .... better' milk, with the same feed Wat- !.h.*d. Kemmbrr. COM U>. lull om and and la pleasant to take..You can soon reel .
',y w'caws,swan" p bay ., __ .-11II.....after u.. asst appIIcaU .ntQe lOa. ,en & Carton Grocery' Company' ,took tot U>. IcaMur el $. W.,G& V" ** lu Strengthening;Invigorating Effect. "60a
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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 1919 '5EVEM

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Proceedings of (duced and unanimoualy"opted. IaluUOA. j.

t.J' Whereas; It has been made to appear -

City CouncilThe from a report of the marshal,

that number of in .
there are a places Ii
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. cement, brick and tile sidewalks in

# ,,- City Council met la,. regular the city that are broken, or otherwise .'

session on January 7, there being In bad order and repair, and .i

E. S. HOFFMAN, M. D. present F. H. Lawson Pros; W. W. Whereas; The condition so reported' .

Larson, G, M. Taylor, A. S. Reed, renders the same to a more or less '
.. OCULIST AND OPTICIAN J. S. Cadel mayor; 'Milton Pledger, degree,. unsafe'ao the public, : Everyone old and .

Eyes: Examined bjr a Regular Rfiatered acting city attoney, and J. R. Gilbert! ; Be it;' Therefore' Resolved; by the ,

Physician.. Clerk. council in regular session assembled, : .
Glasse Fitted. The minutes of the last meetingwere to require the owners, or agents of ; can drink

; Broken Lens Duplicated. read and approved. Reports of the owners, of all the property abutting I i. young

) 23 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. officers were' examined and approved.Bills on said broken or unrepairedsidewalks ,
were approved and ordered paidas to repair' the same of the .r I

follows: thickness material and grade, as was '

Q. F, KR1BB8 AKERMAN J S Cartel mayor __.__.-....__.$ $0.00) originally, and chat''the' failure of ,
W J. STEED (a W Ovrrstre marshal ?...-_.. 0./ 0Tlson such owners, or ''agents of owners, or INSTANTPOSTUM t'
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'" C f" police ... 66.00
KR1BBS.. AKERMAN AND STEED 1 7 Rohirson treasurer ...-._.. tS.oo any of them to repair or re-construct
J R Ollbort. clerk ____.*--__..?* loo.on the same within thirty-five days from'
At/.r.ya. cad Cs.slrs at Law.. attorney .. 15.00
-wls O'Bryan city receipt of notice of this resolution
Klsslsssse. FIvrMa. F H Lawson, member council .. 00 from the marshall!, the same may betaken t
W Carson, member council. 8.00
W
GesereI s>raetle. !. all Stale mmt Vailed and repaired by the city
( up .
0 M Taylor member council .. .00
State Cvnrts. \ S heed' member council .... 6.00 and the expense thereof charged } \
8tat Bank. of Klssy, rent .... 4000 against said property. abutting on :
W. B. Tel Co.. ........ 6.10 .
Crawford Lee Jarral Klssy message .
such sidewalks and the city to have'a ; w
Klovd Yates salary ._._......._ 80.00 ,
.L. CRAWFORD & JARRELL Rnfe MeLauvhlln. salary .,.-.. (T.oo lien thereon, -as provided for by law ,
r. 'lTORNEyg.AT.LAW Moss Crowder sexton ........ SO.OO arid the ordinances of said city. '' '
4 Iss nine Smith don. for kitchen 10.00 ''
Office: 4 5 6 and 7 .Citlsena Klssy Concert .Hand donation 4.: 60.00J Be it' further Resolved; That any ,: ,. ,
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, refusing to remove and repair with benefit
R Gilbert? ad lnl. sv. fleld... BT.fO person i to
Bank Building' 1 r R Gilbert freight etc *.-... &..71J any such sidewalk shall be subjectto ,
ClMinune Florida I Z Itobrrson med. for charity.. 1.00 fine and imprisonment by the :
Central Store, do ... I.OO -
t,. J.r Drug : .
Tampa Tribune, minute book .. 1S.60 health. A
.r .DR. W. W. CARSON :J C l.odhetter, lumber .__..-.. IS.00 There being''no further business, ? .
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j Stain" Rank, for time deposit..7.000.00J the council adjourned to meet in regular 0. 0<< 0 .
DENTIST M 'Woodall salary .......... 75.00 .
t Office 'over Pilley'Building 1 f R nilbert. bal pay roll Dec.. 81.RO session on' Tuesday. February. 4, r
r Hours ::1' R Olll>.rt.. for pay roll Jan .. ZOO.OO.V at 7p.m. \\.f .delicious. drug' > .
Office
i t-IS. 1-4 & C-Uro Co.. mule feed64.06 :
.: 0. ..4 -Phone lee Residence 'Phoss II R S Floyd mule feed ........ 61.79 CANNING CLUB EXHIBIT .
CJaa- jLdnslDlsterad for Kxtraotleo fig 1 r R Ollhert. stamps eta ........ 4.IS .
T.ethLEWIS ... Z2.00 INTERESTS VISITORS free '
Vnlley Gazette, tax receipts ,
j. .t C OrlfHn shop work __..____ &.411 beverage.
O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW M J Crowder. l Kuard'ir airplanes> 4S.6O II.: E. who was in. chargeof
Osceola Hdw Co.. supplies 18.16
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bureau at the
. lam L Lupferfor' firs dept ____ 116.oo .r
Lupt..r & Prather supplies ____ 7.29 Graystone headquarters for the con- .
l; A J MacDonouorh maps .--... 10.00 vention of the Florida Live Stock Association .
.%: Waring Building. Lee Neal watchman __.__...__ 16.00irneet last week, conceived the
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Qreen. si 10.00
painting" urns
t Boy Srouts. guarding arlplanes 16.2S bright idea of requesting Miss Albina ..VIvf

. Fat. Jstmstoa O. P. OarrsM W U TM Co.,. telegram .________ .64 Smith, the county demonstrationagent
Will Nelson witness cost ______ I.on of Osceola county to exhibit
JOHNSTON & GARRETT ()sceoln Fair, donation ......__ ZOO.00 what
is being done her I
1 W' A Joiner salary light plt.._ 176.00 by canning I
ATTORNEYATLAWAOQlcs. V 1\.I'\1Ia.: : salary ____________ 82.80 clubs! here. This exhibit was placedIn
10, 11 and 12 CltUens'... WIll.Tates, salary nn_____ R2.HQ the east lobby of the hotel and attracted I -
Q W Msrtln.. salary ___nU____ *2.60ewls much attention and favorable tho Stale of Florida said prinniry, to I You and each of you. are hereby or Demands against said Estate:'
Building Durham salary __--,.--_ SS'.SO. be held during the hours flxvl by law I I I notified and required to present any You. and each of you, are hereby
:: Klsslmnie.. Fla. Tim Davis salary _---__.____ 76.00 comment. for the holding of elections riii l Hntur- !,claim, and demands which you. or notified and required to present any
Peter Savage salary __........ 82.60 Mr. Swabey said it was surprising I I day, .March 8, IIIlt for the nomination either of you may have against the claims which you. or either of you,
Inrvey Crowder salary ___... 70.00 how of the visitors examined of candidates for city elective ofltcvs to i I:estate-of Clyde H. Bass, deceased late may have against the estate of C. I* '
n Rotundo. labor ____ _____ 16.00 many I bo voted for; at the general ,'I lei'loi to of Osceola County Florida to the un- Hyatt deceased, late of Osceola County
"...rl Johns, hauling wood ..__ 60.00 the exhibit and he expressed his grab I I lb. held In said city of Klstituniort. on derslarned Administratrix of said estate Florida the undersigned admin
larry Hansell. hauling wood __ 1111.fill flcation that Miss Smith and Miss Saturday. March 29. 1919. within two years from the date Istrator of said estate, within two ,
t.u, In e. AII'c')" Ins light 1 pit 45.87 May Morse the state assistant dairy <|.>slia>...... .. KlretomThose hereof. years from the dat. h.reof. _
i: G F FIIRMERSELLS M Tiller, do .. '. 46. 7 and only those personn. thallbe Dated December 16th. A. D. 1918. Dated November 6th., A. D. IflS.
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Carson Farmer, do -:::...:::.. 48.68: specialist, who was here and co-op- permitted to vote at, or pi'tlclpiuo 8-8t. RUBY O. BAB3. Administratrix.NOTICK. W. B. CRAWFORD,
A K Urought.do ___ ___ 4&.fl7 ated with the county agent had made In the management of sa'd primary. 61-St. Administrator
I Venner9awyer' of. supplies -_ 1.72 this practical demonstration of the election, who are white elec'vrx, who .
Rants & Hudson repairs __u__ 8.60\ fact' that Osceola county is interesting declare their Adherence to the principle Notice la hereby given that the NOTICE ADMINISTRATOR' 1 1For
H R Dale, work on furnaces -_ 81.60\ and organization of the whit' man's" Board of County Commissioners of Os
I C Qrlffln .hop work ___n___ 6.60 her young people in this feature tlyh the city of Klsslmmee, who ceola County, Florida' will receive bids ( Flaal Dlseharav.) d
Valley Gazette office .up!>U..a_ 16.60 of the farming industry. are laws of the city of Klsstm- up to. ten o'clock a. m.. February 3rd
V H Qllbert.'R-as for truck. ____ 119.08 meo lawful electors, who have on or 1919 for the construction of certain I. Ceurt ef V..4y Judge State ef
Fire Life Accident and upfer A Prather repairs __n ZS7.86 before February 8, III it. paid. their roads In Special and Drldge District Fledda. "' "
Ir W' H Mnklnson. supplies on___ 11.76 FOR MISS CARR. poll taxes for the years 1918 and 1919 No. 3, yd .t Bidders -. .-
Osrcola Motor Co., supplies ____ I.no A crowd of young people''I whd'have registered up to and Includ. will P'rort:! R. O.J.Rel.nol"v.r of Hi.Cloud la re Estate af Jesses \V. ......t..,
i Health, Plate Glass, Liability ti L huts, hautlnc wood _un... 4.64 merry ing March 8th 1919 and who pledge 1 ., or e Oereolsi c..t,..
: assembled at the home of Mr. and
'Isceola Hdw Co. supplies __._ II.fill themselves to abide by the result of Clerk. Klsslmmee. Florida, for sped* notice Is hereby given to'all
.L J .MacDonough surveying .. 16.00 Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Saturday night, said primary elecllonwnd vote for the ficatlons. It may concern that on the lots day
r ,and Boiler Inlurance.I \ R Thomas salary collector.. 76.00 for an informal evening with Miss nominees thereof at the .ensuing- city The Board reserves the right to reject of A rilA.B.1919Ishallaplyto k
V R Thomas, sal".1. light plant Sn.no election. any and all bids. the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of
I Katherine Carr who Is the
\ K Thomas refund voucher __ (18.76 spending 4lsallfir.tio..1 C..4Ulstes Board.of OVERSTRKET. said Court as Judge of Probate, for
Legal Bonds, Executed 1 Z Roberson refund __..._____ 91.00 winter there. Dancing numbers were Those and only those persons. shall Clerk for County Commissioners. final discharge' as Administratrix of '
( So. Fla.. Foundry supplies .__, 4.77Osceola. the popular diversion of the evening. be permitted to' become candidates for 4.4t.NOTICE the estate of James W. Prentls. deceased -
offices' to be voted for In said primary and that at the same time' I
Needed. Hdw Co. supplies ..____ 87.4S :
Same Day r J Dann supplies _____...____ 14.26 elections, who pledge themselves In I TO CHEIMTCJHS! will present to said court my final accounts J
Welh Tlson hauling wood __ 10.00 MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB writing to abide t by the result of said I as Administratrix of said estate

r n V Krlbbs. wood .._____._-___ e9.1I0 The Mothers-Teachers Club met at primary nominees elections thereof and who support the : la Court of the Coaaty ....... OseeolaCountr. and ask for their approval. R
fr.. Hay wood __._ ._____ 4.00 ; are quallaedunder State ef Klerlila. Dated September 'l"pNE !}I.B N
-- the home of Mrs. J, E. Lupfer, Friday, the laws of the State of Florida MART : %
OFFICE: ; State Bask Buildiig Tucker nrlck Co wood -__-____ 160.00 la He Instate of Mllllass T. Maklaaoa.
Hull Bass, wood ___..______.__ 104.30W. Jan. 17th. The members present were I and city List of.Klsslmmee( Of area t..-to_hold Filled< office. I o-a-m-f-t-mo. Adlmnlstratlx. vn
fortunate in having Miss May Morse Each elector In the city of Klselmmae To all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu
J. Steed and H. C. Stanford as to speak to them on the subject of I qualified to vote in said primary tees and all Persons having Claims orDemands A Tonic Laxativethat x'
'. committee from' the' Board of Trade, "child welfare and better babies. election shall hare the right to. vote against said Estate:
You. and each of you are hereby no- will remove the Mle from the Liver and
In said primary for;
J. W. THOMPSON presented leases from property owners With the help 'land co-operation' One candidate for mayor. titled and required to present any cleanse the System THOROUGHLY without|ripln 4
granting the city the right to Miss Albina Smith, it is hoped the One randldnte for Clerk claims: and demands which you, oreither or dlstaiMas the stomach Is truly a Perfect Las*
,
improve and maintain a city park on club will be able to do some good One candidate for treasurer.One estate of of 'Vrlllam 'T. Maklnson have against deceased the atlvs.

ly ; Funeral Director vacant lot betvMeen the Manhattan work on these lines. The next meet- collector candidate ,'9r marshal and tax late of Osceola County. Florida, to : LAX-P05 WITH PEPSIN it

/ hotel and A. C.. L. Ry. On motion ng will be Friday, Feb. 7th. All interested Three candidates for members of the undersigned administrator of saidestate I U tie name- of a Sellable and Perfect Laxative. t;
in this work in City Council for two each. within two years from the date' which relieves Sick Headache. IMnloees,IodlgeMlon -
t. the; leases were accepted, and the are cordially years hereof. soon
AftDLICENSED street committee was requested to vited. One candidate for' member of City Dated December Tth. A. D. lilt.W. I .Stomach Trouble. Goa and Piles ceased
Council for one year.. B. MAKINSON. by a Torpid Liver and Coasdpetiao. Always ass a ,
r work in conjunction with the Boardof Five members of executive committee Reliable Laxative IA the restmsatofC014iGrip
6t-8L Administrator.NOTICE
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. EMBALMER Trade committee to and for one year. < > "-. .
: [ as plans Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.LEGALADVERTISEMENTS I I .adlneueara i I
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estimates of same. Time for flusllflylss; ;', .,:,tf[ TO CHKD1TOH8la LAX-rOS WITH PEPSIN Is a Liquid DUestl i
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Ench: ,
have his
< w person desiring to ToDloLsxstlve excellent id Its effect! oa the
and ; Or. Bryan, State Health Officer, reported name printed on the primary election botla tools sad ss a IsxsUv. It I*
Store l S'lOhtm. as a
Chapel Stewart AT. Court of the fouaty Judge
041.,: inspection of sanitary closets \\ "' ballot 1 'as''I' candidate for' anyicltyof4flee o.ee..1 for foe Adults Pleasant
; ; : p fouatr. State of Klorlda.la !asst se good Cblldrsa as f|.p
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)! itating that in he shall file with the chairman of this of L to r.k. Chllclrea like It. 80c. : ",
large Estate C.
, Klsslmma Fla. ; a measure committee on or before February ZBth, re 117a84'To. I I Made and recommended to the public by Part

i .. found them very unsatisfactory, and CALL FOR WIIITK: ritlMAUY-RI.KC- 1919. his notice of candidacy and appli- .'aU Creditors, Legatees Distrib Medicine' Co.. St. Louis, Mob,. .maoafacturars.ot. 1;
urged that further construction! be 'r10N. cation to have his name so printed utees and all Persons having Claims Grove's Tattslsu eblll Toolo.
' awarded to a reliable party who 'will upon a blank to be furnished \>y thi -- ---""" i iJ
chairman this -- -
of commutes
and ao.
M. TILLER follow closely the plans and specifications The city executive committee of the companled by the amount of his -... ,
submitted by the State Boardof 'white man's party" met recently and sessment as specified below and no !
formulated the following call for .a name of such candidate shall be
' RealEstate Agency. I Health. Dr. Bryan also' reported 'white executive' "::;:: .," printed any counted returnedIf :. u
... conditions unsanitary regarding the The city committee of the printed pono'.n; such brIO unless
i t a..a...mmm. mm.m. ... mmmm u' white
' colored school, as no provision had man's party call In the city of this provision shall have been complied Osceola Hardware Co. u

t < > Realty bought and sold.i been made regarding'sewerage or EClselmmifce holding a "white hereby man's"and primary prot'ue' lt-c-. for- with. Farm of Dsllot ,

,. Houses rented. water in their 'district. On motion, tlon to be held In the city of Klsslmmee '1'". voting, In snld primary elections ,
.
; taxes paid and Title reriDad the matter was referred to the water In compliance with tli i laws of shall be by first and second choice ballot '{
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In' compliance with the provisions
I and .committee
with
light to
for non-residtntt. power of the state. primary lawn, and the Located on Kisslmmee'sBUSIEST .
act. names of the candidates. for each office
GET SLOAN'S FOR
: Fire, Life and Accident I.- S. L. Lupfer, representing the shall be printed on the ballot In alphabetical CORNERQUEENSWARE .

f turance. County Fair Association, asked that I order.c........ of Returns 1 I ,
. Indemnity Bonds. the council donate $200 toward the YOUR PAIN RELIEF The eommltlee shall njeet at 8
1 Fair exhibit on the 14th, 15th 'and ,'..Io<;k p. m. on the dth day of March !
16th of this month. On motion 11111', In the City Council chamber of
....o. OOO O ooo. .. same Ivlsilmmcv,
the city of and publicly
was allowed and the'clerk authorizedto I
canvass tho returns, In accordance
issue warrant for the amount as You don't have to rub It Into with the primary election law of Florida It hat been nearly impossible for ui to get our. orders for Queens-

stated. and declare what candidates have ware filled during the past troublous months; however, we.hiVe just

W. B. Makinson asked relief on get quick, comfort been, and nominated the chairman for each and secretary office vot..dfor of unpacked a large crate of Plates and Cups and Saucers fresh from..

water .bill, caused by unavoidable ing relief this committee, within two days thereafter the English potteries, and can now supply the demand for these goods'
.
shall certify the names of these
Market leak in water pipe, bill amounting to candidates re"elvlnathe nomination .

i' City $27.09. After considering; request, for nay office to the city authoritiesof.

the collector was instructed to allow Once 'you've tried .It on' that stiff I , 10.00 off.President. party for offices 10 'be voted'for nt thegcnernl BASKETS .
I 'Joint, !sore muscle, sciatic pain..rheu. 1 election to be held March 29
I of Council, F. H. Lawson matic twinge, lame back, you 11 finda 1910.
I introduced a resolution favoring bulk warm, soothing relief you never A..n..11Fttr As for Baskets;, we have in stock an assortment ranging in size

heading the lako front, which was unanimously thought a liniment could produce. the of the purpose primary of defraying flection, the including et-- (rom the little child's lunch basket to the big Clothes Hampers. We

: : Phone 44 adopted, and appointed W. Won't stain the akin,leaves no muss*. wnBfft I..' payment of Inspectors nnd have them plain and also ornamental and can meet most any require
, W. Carson, G. M. Taylor and A. S. wastes no time in applying, sure to clerks, printing ballots, etc.. the fallowing .
Reed, as a committee, to work in con-, give quick results. A large bottle assessments. . are levied againstprrwnoctlve ment.
raiullilntcs. for the various
with the citizens )
junction committee
If. meant economy. Your own or any offlr-f to be filled:
regarding feasible plans, as to financ- other-druggist has !t. Get it today.ANNOUNCEMENT Mayor. five .d"lhtrll.
; ing and construction of the same Clerk, five "rtollnrs. WRIGGLINGBAITCall

The annual report of the fire department Treasurer and five'tax dollars.Marshall -collector. live dol-
Slo.aitfsItills
,11i' was presented, which was 10 and see the wriggling wobbling, squirming and diving Minnows '
' ; t'wo
THErOverland read and suggestions as to appoint- Members City Council, dollars.
convinced that bass will let
ment of a fire chief for the ensuing laq.erlots and be no' t-tlfrespecling or pickerel
The following Inspectors. and clerk "
Garage year, erection of a better .fire station, are hereby designated' to conduct the I one pass without a "strike.
ll fire alarm, etc., was referred to the said primary election: t
now water and light committee. Inspectors: John McPhntter E. O.
"is under new management. Vans. Agnew J. 1 E.. Lupfer.
The resignation of the watchman at Clerk: A. B. Thomns. WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS _ _ _
t.: All work on all makes of cars and the city dock Was accepted, and the 6-St. II. %1[. (ATZ. Chairman.

marine work done promptly. Frank matter of further employing a watch- [ I NOTICR 70 C'HKDITOHI -- The Office dog wishes to endorse and say

man to fill the vacancy was referredto I amen to the following press clipping: b

. J. Jones is in charge of the repair the street committee and marshal, la Court of the County Judge. OsceolaC'onBty. "When the Creator had made all the .y' i
with to act. .Ht..e ..f Klorlrta..
. department. The power matter of unpaid city taxes I have Leased the Overland ( In re Estate of Jobs A. Illackwell good and beautiful things in order that 1

: li. was discussed, and G. M. 'Taylor and Garage, with the exception of the To nil Creditors. Legatees, Distribu they might be truly appreciated. He then

f. TYNER, Mgr. the city attorney were appointed a sales agency and acce sorlel. tees end all Persons having Claims made the beasts and reptiles and poison-
I ,
Demands against said Estate:
or !
committee to institute prpceedingsforcing I have a competent force of mechanics I You and each of you are hereby no-1 ous insects. }
; \' collections of delinquents. and will guarantee all titled and required to present any "When he had finished He had left ''
I The resignation of Capt. B. F. Hal- work done at this Have claims and demands which you. or in "
bad
that
garage. either of you may have against the over scraps were too to put
A", Stomach Trouble. ey as member of the council having lathe equipment and am fully prepared estate of John A. Blackwell. deceased the rattlesnake the the scorpion y
r."Before I used Chamberlain's Tablets been 'announced. Dr. W. W. Carson to do all classes of repairs late of Osceola County, Florida to the hyena, ... '

5;4.... I doctored a great deal for stomach and the city attorney were requested In a workmanlike, manner; undersigned administratrix from of the said date estate or even the skunk; so He placed all these ,

trouble and felt nervous' and tired to draft resolutions expressing regretof "" within- two years together; covered it with Suspicion, wrapped it with Jealousy markedit

all\ the time. These. tablets helped me the council regarding the loss of Give us a trial and we will convince 1 "Dated J nuray 14th, BLCKWELL. with a Yellow Streak and called it a Knocker." ;;
from the first, and.Inside of a week's his able assistance as a member of you. MARGARET U Administratrix. ,j
:
time I had 'improved in ," the body. 5.t '
every way NOTICE] TO EDITOR".
writes Mrs. L. A. Drinkard. Jefferson .' -The following resolution was intro- I ""
Mo. rr _. FRANK JONES[ '!. (.. C.." ef Csiatr Judge.. Osela
Cttyi. . C....,.. "t.'. .r Fledda. Osceola Hardware Co. 4 4s

," For' .Rent-Two furnished flats, Mstarts arovtfa vitality and...tel.mersr*-bV. chill pwiMsg'.a4 Took so I. !. r. Ea l.'t.-.r CI,... M. 11.55., : .

> ; Distributeesand
OVERlANDGARAGE Legatees
whi mode conrenlnea.' w. B. To all Creditors
rkhtnf ths Mood.. You can soon feel hs Strvnsth- all Persona having Claims or

.,;! : narrist, .Oazettf offic .... .8 Mf. lobo!. lavUorstuul. -feet. Pries too, \ Demands against said

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EIGHT I -K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE.. FRIDAY JANUARY 24,. 1919 i

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..- -- MRS., BUTTORFF CHARMING .

HOSTESS \1'

'FRESH FISHAND Mrs. P C. Buttorft; ;:' 'very charmingly -. ''

entertained the liridfre club und a tew

friends Saturday afternoon at her, .. #:
beautiful home on. Emmett street.
Four) tables of players were- presentto I '?
OYSTERSSIMON take part In.the popular amusement -1| ', ,'
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and a number of ladies enjoye'l | .' .. I I

the social features, though not puitiiipntinpr II : :
in the .
f frames.Mr
MARTINPhone Charles.Cnraon,.Jr.. made high I .. ::11
score and recclVee) the club prize. In I \
with the of the club : ,
313TO accordance\ usage ,..,. ..
these prizes are always thrift jstampi I 1" "l ,; \
/ .
\ Mrs. Eugene Bryan received th," ', 1.
1 -.. Client prize, also thrift' stamp I ., .. THE. UNIVERSAL. CAR . ..1
At the conclusion, of the games the f . ,I
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tables were laid with lovely embroid' ,
ered lunch cloth, and a'dellclous chicken -
snlad was served with hot .ilea, y v .
1 biscuit and chocolate.) .. \ '
About twenty A'Uellh.enjoyed this 'f.'
.
delightful cx-cnt.: . ,,: I

THEPUBLIC' -. TEA :. '" The policy' of the Ford: Motor Company to sell its .}/ i if '


I the A Missionary talent t tea,'a Society regular of meeting the !I' ira:of, cars for the lowest possible price, consistent with dependable -':. ') '

Methodist church; was held' at the .
We do not, believe it would be penult home of Mr. and Mrs J, Wade Tuker .. ';I ;---
Friday afternoon, with Mrs. Tucker, quality, is too well known to require com- . :' '
Me for'.us to bottle and. sell' ONE' .
Mrs. L. H. Ingram, Mrs J, Z. /Kol>cr-
HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONSof lion and Miss Lola Lawler as hostesses .. '\ \
No...101 Tpnic! per day if it was not rnent. :Therefore, because of present conditions, ;

an effective treatment. for influenza.A I I No formal program was arranged

t, man who works a large force of for spent, the. visiting afternoon t the! but l'oimrieiChinn.the time\! was., there can; be no change in the prices on Ford cars-H'iI: : ?'' .. J J

men came into my office, several (lay* ,Japan'nnd ;..ofrlt'lI'hit'h; were cleverly : : ;
ago and told us he had twenty-five represented In different: I'bonn. 'In' .. ; (t

men taken with this; malady In one each room served pretty a light lassies refreshment in natisedress \':" ,. Runabout $550.00 <<:-:<} f..1 ,' j\

,
lie immediately distributed .. .
day an characteristic with the country rep- "i ',
ample supply/ of No., 101 Tonic arnonlZ'thOn" leKented.Miss . ""r ' :" II
and thl.'reWIIS not a futnlity in Maude Alice Wagner, dicm'vlus : i': ,: : : Touring Car 525.00 .;

the twenty-live, it |Ienconess wile in charge of n ,I' ,I, .
broth where a free will circling wan -. .
The formula !hy which this. Tonic in made and Misses, Ethyl Kubersnn. .. ;': :' .
made is given to the public, no It con Helen Has, MIM.. Ruby Shenrouie! and ;;' ';' . -. Couplet' 650.00Chassis ., i i1
'riot be Muted as a sefict nostrum. Itcontalnl' Mrs. Roy Starhirdvho also represented :';';;.:rt ' \ /
.t
!Iron, which in for the blond .
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; J'Ilcom'RSOf'N'sl.led! in the i: .. '
'- Quinine, which III i deadly to the inl1uI dining room where doughnuin ami 1 I. 475.00 \
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c'nzlt germ and. MIItnelltllvhlch thoroughly hot ic.Tee: were served. Several musical .:. '//,1'\, *.\ ..,-' >,\K. .. .. .' ,' .
opens the bowels.Sold numbers were given during, the \ i "'
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throughout the South{ by wholesale i .
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afternoon, giving an lidded pleasure ,, '
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and retail and drug dealers, Sedan 775.00 "
druggists
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to the guests v \I '
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About one hundred and fifty guests : : : .. >
attended this / event and : I i .. ,' ,1? H" i'' i
THE C Be WILLIAMS Co pleasant an '
offering of thirty dollais was made to ; ,. : Truck Chassis 550.00 ; '
the Missionary, Society. .Y ". \
QUITMAN, GA. I i Mrs. Minnie Moorc-Wlllson presented . I. "
the " bookletshuh() are being
Do not forget the Kicsimmee Valley 'sold for thp benefit of the Red Cross,

i 1 .Gazette office does fine printing. the the proceeds fromthe sale to go to
missionary fund
Osceola Motor }
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aaafififiafifiaa"fifiC 0 fififi44+ooHoXooo- - *-ox.:.C :}.a
Agents ;.
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Have Your ... .
: Plowing Done
t I .. 307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, FLA .

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With (a Moline Tractor .. ,

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: .We arc prepared to do alt\ kinds of plowing i I . I,

.nud discing for the'public with a ."


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ROOK PARTY. -I iliis). term would not have expired till! of unimpeachable interg-iity, and CARD OF THANKS '
PHONE : Miss Freda Schweikart entertainedat I next year, Mr. Reed is the only candidate should he be elected as chief executive -I We wish to thank the many friends :
'' 'so far who has announced for the interest of the city would'be who so kindly administered to dear '\
witha
her home Saturday evening. ': ':this position. He is making good as in good hands husband and father during his illness l..
the Invited
: Mach Bros or VH. Wilson j rook party, when guestswere i''a councilman, and it is possible that I I and death for' the beautiful /"
: Misses Alpha Westfall, (.iladya I FOR M. E. CHOIR. ;
.; he may be returned opposinlHoxl i- \
without floral and their
offerings expressions
, . , , . 1x4d ... Griffin, Lillian Harris, Lois! Over,"' on'j. | ,,Mis, Louise Thomasbn entertained '\):
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"'''''-''''''''"'"" ' 1. " "." :.' Dorothy J v Wells ,.Jeanettev PrejvattSSfennddrorsfesk .t ,, ", 'J l1-i ,i of ..sympathy? ,are deeply appreciated ,,
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-OOOfi04P404fiPM___...,.........-"}....:..Mrs... ...S."4fiGt'''''.._'4''.M'-----}C t fi?fi*}.._?44_h':--'rv4fi_'), atreet..n Oliver,*and jjMessrs\ TIN]BOX FUND ;hem memWrs lontThuredanighot"last,).of; the uM",:;$ :choir(fht bM3 I:&ust-i -:; lira 'f llargarekI&i a".: ,., r'Blackwell i 4;;liMrsfGSLmSawyer si'f
Bud, CI (>noweh.Jtj1JI; umniere! v e heeveningwa< *$l[<*+ *rt+rt< ) 4W4 '...:.Ga:0s8Gb4iaMa. ,, }rt4++4&fr*&&>*<* |,.,,". ,.. ""Wnill W<)"!1'1'''i'''' \ ">n'7": M'::-rw:''1'" ." t"1'7-- : John,Graham"and"Elmo Griffin. .' collect sin' II!,'"don'ati n ,,'h' h.%lre t ''its' close delicious sandwiches and hot I :Paul K. Blackv.,. .;
.z' j jbe used to provide food for the desti tea were served, Mrs C. II, Summersand
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:' : Notice to My Friends and the ::: PROM PARTY. tute children of the war devastated Mrs Thomason sistinir i Subscribe: for the Valley Gazette.
: 'countries of Europe Mis. G. W Best
i Misses Jcanette Prevatt and Freda ------ - -- -
.. Schweikart hostesses Fridaynight is chairman. of the work for Kissim-- -
's were
General 'Public! t: entertaining the members of f mee and has secured the co-operation
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f !Mrs ,1. L. Overstreet's Sunday School]j I of the following co-workers who have
I HAVE BOUGHT class at the M. K. bungalow with "t taken boxes. Mrs. 11. II, Harptr, Mrs ,
:, prom party, with Mrs. J. Z. Itoberson,, J. E. Lupfer, Mrs. :Mann Miss E. .
_i' THE CITY MARKET s' the assistant teacher, ns chaperon MoReley, Miss\ Grace Gilbert" nruWMiss FOR. SALE ORi
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i r McGuire
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r r- At the close of the p'eninlCfrape.-
t, i: and will carry a full line .of Native and Western Meals. ; also Apalachicola s'i' fruit cocktailvas served with wafers','I The boxes are to be opened once a
I chocolate. month and the contents sent to headfiuiuters -
-} Oysters. f. and ; i| at New York, then on to the

FOR QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS :: SLATER REED A CANDIDATE hungry children abroad. On the last
occasion when the boxes
were opened ,
i t I WILL ABSOLUTELY SELL FOR CASH ONLY. :: FOR CITY COUNCILMAN and the contents counted, the tally
'. sheet showed the following figures: i
t All orders. must be in by 5 o'clock p. m. for delivery same day. Thank. ; A. S. Reed announces his candidacy Mrs Harper, ouphman, __? :n. TRADE
y i:' in this Issue for the one year term o/i Mrs Lunfer! Hardware store '
in advance I
ing for
you am yours business :j. the
-} I: the city council. This l is position (two months) .80. +
Y which Mr. Heed now holds, having( Mrs Mann, Roberson's Store, .
; .. J. J. McCRANIE !F been elected by the city council to fill (two months) .r.l'l
:g o a s }asaac ataofiaooaoafissfic a+. xacficaaafi+.--.x<-}).S resigned, till the corning election: Had Miss Gilbert, A. S. Gilbert's.95; i
Air/ Thomn remained on tho council Miss McGuire, Reed's Bakery,

(six weeks) -. _2.90_ i I: The dwelling property of W. D.

. Total _____nn__________g 7.00 :. Burkam, situated No. 104 ;;

"MY SAMMY GIRL;" Cherry street. Corner lot. Ga-
"My"; Sammy Girl" the latest military -
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comedy from the pen of L. B. rage. Cement sidewalks and
Parker, comes to us with the unanimous I
praise of the press from all driveway. Building modern in
paces where the piece has been pres /

I.I OUTLOOK and INLOOK ducers ented. are Kilroy deserving and Britton of much', its praisefor pro every particular with spacious '

the lavish manner in which they
rooms. Good condition. ;
have equipped the play. The chorus
{ i sn large one of exceptionally pretty 1,

The outlook of a man's business career is the thing that spurs girls who work with the wonderful uni- Present
formity, through score or more owner secured the "

him on-he hopes and has.faith in the future. musical numbers interpolated j-..
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throughout the action of the comedy. property for mortgage and is
The music Is by W. R. Williams who "
The outlook of his career is his habits' of living, his
persistenceand is responsible_for the music of "Mv tired of holding. A great bar'i'i
1 determination in carrying into action that which will assure the Candy Kid" rind the Cowboy Girl.!
Girl" the attraction at
"My Sammy gain for
somebody. '.
outlook being realized. the Casino Theater Wednesday night, !
s January 29th.
t i 1 The first step in the right direction is a Bank account. On this If interested consult t
CATHOLIC. your local .t f
: all future actions can be based with full knowledge and assurance of Rev M. B. Golden, Rector.
a I Fourth- Sundav after Epiphany. real estate agent or communicate -
a
a for effort. School 10 o'clock mass, with
e strong support every i\ Sunday ; '
organ and choir accompaniment at with
St A welcome awaits, you at this institution. Come in and see us. 10:30. Enistle Romans XIII-8-10;
a . Gosnel, Matt. VIII. 23-27, Jesus :.
quelling storm on Galilee.

i . Citizens Bank E. A. MILTON IS CANDIDATE

IT mitiiirnicioci_ .wss. I FOR MAYOR-OF KISSIMMEE SNYNWAY.

II : OPT} KISSIMMEEiTbt ...m1NCsrAIU'S, E. A, Milton announces his' candidacy -
ISSUED, Ten for the mayoralty In'\this\ issue
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