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 31, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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REPORT BULKHEAD COM. .Bulkheading Committee POWER FOR PHILLIPS' MILL,


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A wonderfully harmonious meeting tee has studied the m'attet, ,t'' bulk Ktasimme. Fla. January 28, 1918. The city council is closing a deal changes would be necessary at the
f was held at the city hall Monday heading very .thoroughly and we, are Mr. W. B. Harris City, whereby the Kissimmfea Light 'and plant to 'handle this greatly desired b
night when the citizens of Kissinimee convinced that each property ownerin Dear Sir: Recently the Board of Trade! appointed a committee Water plant will furnish the motive project be replied: "Nothing: only the
assembled in answer to a call for amass the district will be greatly benefited composed of Lewis O'Bryan, A. J..MacDnough and C. A. Carson to power for the Phillips Lumber Com machinery. The overhead expenses
meeting to consider the report, by the improvement, and that the take into consideration! all matters pertaining to bulkheading the pangs big mill industries here which would be slightly increased as a trifla v
of'the bulkhead committee appointedat increased valuation of the land will Lake. and submit their findings with swell recommendations as they will open up all sorts of possibility more wood would be required under
a previous session.' A capacity 'cover the expense many times over." felt. would be advisable to an adjourned meeting of the body.' and may result in Kissimmee's becoming the new schedule, but the present:
crowd filled the room and it was noticeable I I The committee, 'urged that the bulk. Subsequent to that the City Council appointed a committee on a, manufacturing center. force at work there could handle it
that the audience was a representative heading be done as quickly J'I possible the sane business and with practically the same instructions. This A number o>( times during the past nicely."

one, including many of the stating that the psycologica! 'committee was composed of W. W. arton. A. S. Reed and G. !M. year, the city officials have been ap I It is not the intention of the city
property owners who would be most moment for beginning' this great .,Taylor T proached ,by individuals who contem t' wait till the new machinery can be' V
.greatly effected by. the proposed work had arrived and as little time It was the opinion of these committees tba they'were guppoosed plated locating here and starting',obtained to take on the Phillips Lum.,
movement. as possible should be allowed to elapse to co-operate in this matter. Therefore they have had a joint session -' manufacturing concerns,. but the I;bee Company's business. The present I'--
The citizens committee held a joint before taking definite steps. The war of the two committees and beg leave to submit their report as amount of power they required would I machinery is in good shape and will
meeting Wednesday night with the is over and the government: is urgingall follows: not justify the council making the rto well enough for say sixty or nine
members of the council who had been possible public improvemepts to Mr. A. J. MacDonough. member of this committee has accessto necessary alterations at the plant ty days though it would not be Jus
appointed to look into 'the bulkhead supply., work for the returning sol the plans prepared by Messrs. Klyce and Kackley of Miami, also which would\ be required to, take on tice to the nor to the citizens
project and the report was compiled diers. 'The committee recommended the plans originally prepared by Capt. O. N. Die of Tampa. With, such enterprises. hero to cCln'r.llny. this contract with '
after going: over the grounds together.W. to the city council that definite stepsbe great care and after much labor, Mr. MacDonough prepared a\ very ThePhillips Lumber Company's, interests the tXI'l'r.tntlon"{ of going on indefl.
B. Barrie occupied the chair and taken at the earliest possible mom clear and accurate comparison of the plans and fi are established here and' the nitely with the equipment now Install '
caUed for the report of the committee. ,,ent by the two Engineering firms. The Miami, firm rjorted, on twodlll'erent,8tlett mill is already employing 29 people, ed at the plant.;' The Phillips Company
This was read by Col. Lewis O'Bryan During! the general discussion fol. ,, of walls both made of concrete, however and on four high them from $1.50 per day up, is willing to" begin under the 5
then explained in detail by C..A. Car- lowing the report..L. A. Hamilton, of different locations for the wall. The figures showing the cost of the as as $6.00 per day.It has its present conditions with the understanding ,
son and Alan MacDonough. j I j'I Toronto, Canada one of the most walj and the cost of the dirt removal in all canes were stated.: motors, the connections have been that greater horsepower will
The report gave a comprehensive prominent of Kissimmee's winter residents Thee lines for' purpose, of convenience we shall designate as contracted, for from the General Electric be developed within the next two Of
statement of, the bulkhead situation; and property; owners, spoke, lines 1, 2, 3 and 4. Capt. Bie suggested a dill'erellt'line and suggestedthat Cou, and is now negotiating three months. .
referring to the four lines I drawn favoring the dirt wall feature of the the-wall should be a dirt,walL, For purpose of convenience hi. wth the city officials to supply It with ,The council has just had the furnaces
4 some ago by a Miami firm, Klyce & proposed bulkhead. He gave an ac. line we shall designate as number ft.; Mr. MacDonough suggested power 'agreeing topay a minimum I remodeled and repairednd they
ICackley, and estimated costs of one count of such a wall being built along another line differing slightly from number 6. This we shall designate monthly price ,of $400 'for a periodof 'are said ,to be in, perfect condition.
ai made by Capt. O. N. Bie of Tampa, the shores of Lake Ontario where the as line number 5. three years, though this 'sum will I The work was done at the suggestion a
.and also of another line differing project was so extensive that the cost After very careful consideration and some alight differences of likely be greatly increased as their ,of, P, C. Clifford ,who sent expert
,slightly from the one made by Capt. amounted to twelve million dollars opinion among the committee. ... to the line to be recommended It business grows. I brick layers here and who guarantee
1 Bie, which was suggested by Mr. This, he said, had given entire satisfaction was finally decided by unanimous vote to recommend line number 5. The mill would be in' a position that at least twenty per cent of thefuel
MacDonough. aid the city In the fuel will be saved since these
Second.* It was decided to recommend a dirt wall as the type proposition, changes
The committee seemed unanimous I .After all the details of the report of wall to be built. too. It' is said that ,Kissimmee has have been made. .''

In the, belief that the bulkheading had been threshed out it was adopted Third. It was decided to recommend that.lhe coat of this wall the cheapest fuel of any city in this I, Council Purchases Additional
should be built at the earliest possible by practically the unanimous vote should be assessed against the property l benefitted which In the opinion vlcinlty'ret the wood which runs the Machinery
date and recommended a dirt wallas of the meeting, and Chairman Harris of this committee Is bounded by the Sugar Belt Railroad the water plant is co.tlng'!I I Last Saturday a special meeting of
a type of wall rather than concrete. and Secretary Steed was instructed Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and' Clyde Avenue. I $4 to $5 per cord. The mill asks the the 'city council, was called by the
This was favored by Capt. Bie, andit to present this report to the city council ,All these recommendations were unanimous the part of this privilege of furnishing the wood supply ,mayor with' every member present.:
has advantages of greatly reducingthe at their regular February session committee. We therefore submit them as the reeommendatlons of I at the equivilent of $3' per cord i The water' and light committee wentover ) =
cost of the work. next Tuesday night respectfully re- which would roughly estimated be the detalls.of the plan to supply
I the Joint committee of those named b the Board.of Trade and the
The plan proposed by the committee questing that body to push the work Council respectively.It >j] savingof another hundred ,dollars the Phillips concern with current and

was to accept the line drawn by Mr. with all possible speed.It City is the opinion of this cossssittoe that the bnlkheading shouldbe r month. asked >that they be Allowed to purchase -'
llacDonough, or line number 5. as it was the expressed desire of the constructed and that it will a moat I profitable investment : As soon as the final' details are ar the second large unit, as It is i
was designated for convenience. This mass meting Tuesday night to aid the as well as greatly beautifying the prove city and lake front. the Phillips called, and make the city "safe" In A
would utilize the cement foundationof council in possible. gin the Immediate oofntheicitys handling' this
every way For the of comparison we beg to that the total coat use new development. The
wall that built time' The project is now of course entirely purpose say electricity,'which would committee stated that had '.
a was some .of line number 1. and the filling in Incident thereto, together with mean an'immediate It on several
ago around Cape Breeze Addition in the hands of the city council and contingencies and engineering '>weald represent cost additional $400() to $500, to cessions secured estimates of the
then extend when it is remembered that that expense a on the city'. income. cost of those units
this line south crossingthe body the basis of prices) as originally computed 184000. On line number : from the General
city dock about three-fourths of I:passed resolutions at their last meet 2. It would mean $163.000 line number 3, $188,000 line number 4, Few changes would have to be Electric Co. and the Skinner EngineCo.
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the way out to the warehouse. i ing favoring' it, little doubt'is entertained $198.500. All these apply ;to type'A concrete wall. ; made at the light plant to take on ., the manufacturers,, of the unit
The amount of land reclaimed by as to what disposition the this eommltter based on'..the cost this new business At' present the now in use here and that had proyed
recommendation of :
this wall and fill would be some 100 members will make of the mattel same wall plant has an equipment of one larger:so satisfactory and it was decided to ?
cubic In the other calculation and using dirt
'acres, and the cost per acre for that j Tuesday night as they now have the per yard as used the work a engine and two small ones. The plan !t''I'make a change) in the, type of machJn.bova'11t
leave
instead of concrete wall would a Coat of using 1
a : net
work would ,be approximately $ assurance of the co-operation and II to substitute a second large engine I ery ,.'
or $12.60 per front foot, 822'1.u PortOI the citheneMOTOR line 5 You as will the location readily understand of $73,000 that. these figures, are but estimates.In for the two small one. That would![J i,Th*money i to pay for .treet. U&ht.
total of for the J i ** that the ing has been raised
$73,400 - -- --- ----- mean plant would possess by general taxajtion -*
estimating the cost of this dirt have estimated the
we on
work basing the estimates on moving two complete outfits which | take care of machinery
excaifatlons are exactly to new e
basis of .15e cubic yard. It Is quite possible that the work
e, at 15c per cubic, yard: CLUB SMOKER .. done' for per that cost within the nect few1rIonth.Howeyer., maybe ,, in. .I duplicated., Thus the city would,,1,'or' any depreciation in the'plant; and
It was suggested, however that an supply power enough to run not,only was temporarily placed In the general
order,, to cover all possible coaiagencie. addition 2 .
suggest an (
additional 25 per cent be a1l0wedto'reo"er' we the city's; :.business. and the- lumber. fund. :Th. 'committee asked that
AT HALL 25 cent to theee."crrea. wh1tIG.wo6td'ydat. a total for the work"complete
7 i the-'polllb1e' increase in CITY .TONIGHT per using line fi. of 91760. mill, but could" nppiy' additional:;6,000 of this amount be returned t<*
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prices power sufficient to accommodate an- ,the water an dlight department and,
For further of Line 1 originally proposed '
The question of whom shall bear purpose comparison. aa other. good sized concern. the water and light department, and
would reclaim 133 acres.. Line 5 recommended would '
this expense is' naturally one of utmost The Klssimmee Motor Club will as by us The cost of the new engine. will be able them to make the first paymenton
importance. The committee! give a smoker at the city hall tonightat reclaim 100 acres. The cost per acre of the work based on line 1, about $14,000. The small ones, those the new unit, and the contract was
says the cost, of bulkheading should 7:30 o'clock, when all members of would be 1383. The cost per acre on line 5,,, would be $822. The which the city, would dispose of, are 'signed. It is expected that the increased
cost Oront foot of line would front
be
'b. assessed against the property directly -' the club and others interested are requested foot of per line 5 would be $12.60.1 $28.75. The cost per 'in 'fine condition and would only be income will take care of the
the to be present. exchanged account of Inade- other ,
benefited by improvementand Your in being payments.This
names as boundry lines of this P. K. Van Valkenbaugh, field secretary render committee was unanimous the opinion that line 5-would quate to' supply sufficient power. will insure Klssimmee sufficient -
district the A. C. L. R. R? the Sugar of the Florida State Automo- would available far all of the land along.the lake chore and that it These would bring three or four thou power to handle not only.,the
bile Association, will be at go enough out into the lake to make a beautiful surrounding. sand the total of Mill business but other
Belt. R. R. and Clyde avenue. | present dollars leaving cost I Phillips ;\conveerns
Mr. Carson in explaining the plan the meeting and will present mattersof We add also that line 5 as suggested weuld utilize the cement enlarging the plant about $10,000. \ a swell, and may open the.way,'' ., ,

stated to his audience: "The commit.uu importance to the members. foundation of wall that was heretofore built around Cape Breeze and When. .'.Supt..Joiner.was_asked! .what. . to large. .. manufacturing. .. . . . interests.. . . '.*".**.*.. ,
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fourths of the way from the city end of the dock to the warehouse
, HARRY A. HUNTER AGAIN Having studied the matter as thoroughly aa we could we are THREE F MEETINGS HELD AS
: $convinced! that tWa is a most reasonable cost for this *work that this
improvement would add materially-e valuations. would greatly;
beautify the city and although the improvement would be largely paid
CLUB' for by the individual property holders 'benefited: by this work that
HEADS KISSIMMEE GOLF their this improvement.holdings would be Increased in value many times) the cost ef SCHEDULED HERE LAST WEEK


We also believe that now Is the psyeologjcal moment to do this
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work. The war Is over capital Issuea committees have ceased te --
The annual general l meeting of the bers would be enrolled and the present function, the government Is urging public work a. much as possible Meetings were held at various
Klssimmee Golf Club was held at the members would avail themselves so as to secure employment for the returning soldiers. FEBRUARY 2ND. VICTORY point. in Osceola county last Friday sa
;lub House Wednesday Jan. 22, at to a greater extent of the benefits We recommend; therefore, that the City Council be requested and Saturday' to consider increasing
*t 3 p. m.'There. both mentally and physicially to be to take all necessary steps to provide for this work at th$ earliest GARDEN DAY.A the production of food feed and for-
were about twenty-five members derived from their membership in the posible moment. age campaign instituted by the
r present who were very enthusiastic club and that they would take a more Respectfully submitted, nation-wide movement is to belaunched State Agricultrua! Department, and
; over the club house and its active interest in its affairs. LEWIS O'BRYAN. Chairman. under the auspices of the being urged in all parts of Florida.
surroundings, and| in fact "Kisgimmee '. Guests at the club house are: Mr. ALAN J. MacDONOUGII, National War Garden Commission fora The Friday morning session held at 4
"in general. The meeting opened with Richard Carpenter and Mrs. Carpenter .. the Partin Settlement was well attended -
C. A. CARSON. and
Harry Hunter in the chair. The min'Qtel LaFayette. Ind.; W. K. Halt and CARSON .. greater food production February and considerable interest was >
W. W.
of the last meeting having been Miss Halt, LaFayette Ind.; Dr. S. D. A. S. REED 2nd has been set as the day shown in the comprehensive talks )

read the secretary read his report McConnell, Eastman N. D. :s: G. M. TAYLOR__ when the forty thousand ministers .made by'the speakers. E. B. O'Kelly,
which showed that although golfing I Guests at the log house are: J. A. ,\ covering every demnomination in the I the Industrial and Agricultural agent
conditions were unfavorable duringthe Hunter, !Mrs. Hunter and family, Toronto :!: for the A. C. L. R. R., spoke on "foodI
L. Minneapolis oO+O+HO+CO United States, have been requestedto I This followed ,
past year owing to the war, the I Canada; A. Belknap, production. was by
annual dues showed an increase of Minn.; F. R. Drake Glenbow ruWtfletWWWUW aid in the campaign for Victory | Miss Mae Morse, assistant 'state dairy ;
;4125.25. The club has had undergo I Alta Canada; Wm. Dalgarno; and Gardens by addressing their congre- ( specialist, speaking in the interest
considerable expense during the past I land. Delgarno Minneapolis. Minn., AVIATION SEARCHING H. D. CLUB TO STUDYCITRUS gations on the subject. I lof the work she represents and the
The Commission is these
year owing to the storm of last August Harry Hunter; of Minneapolis sending to meeting was closed with the address
which demolished the water tow Minn. ministers data on home food production ,by II. S. McClelland on "feed and for-
er and the new dormer window. PARTY HERE MONDAYKissimmee PRODUCTS and garden books together with age."
OSCEOLA B. B. TEAM WINS the letter which says in part: In the afternoon Mr. O'Kelley and
After the. of the secretary
report .
"To co-operate with the plans worked Miss Morse met with the people in

the officers.meeting proceeded Practically to the the same electionof officers ___ IN PRACTICE GAME was visited Monday by The Home Demonstration Club will out by the United States Food Administration the Shingle' Creek section. Mr. Mc- '1
hold its regular meeting next Mondayat for helping to solve the clelland was obliged to leave to fill
of last were re-elected six air ships from Carlstrom Field,
year '
food this commis
The Osceola High School team the home demonstration kitchen post-war problem, another date. t
vie President Harry A. Hunter; vice- Arcadia searching for Major McCauley sion's efforts for increased food On it Intended hold
to
L. A. Hamilton secretary- crossed bats with the St. Cloud team when the afternoon will be devotedto production Saturdy was
treasurer president B. D. Hamilton; ; Ladies Wednesday afternoon in a practice! who had been missing since the study, of the use of citrus pro and home conservation 1919. will the morning meeting at the courthouse
be continued during but for of
some reason none
Field Captain, Mrs. S. H. Bullock; game on the local diamond winning Saturday. ducts. ,"This commission bespeaks your the farmers to the Invita 1
There will be demonstrations in or. :responded ,
Gentlemen's Field Captain, Mr. Jno. Major McCauley was attempting to
an victory and piling the helpful "oo-operation in conveying to tion.In.
I easy up ange, marmalade and vinegar 'kum-
"house" and "field"
. mittee Dick. A also appointed and com-the score till it registered 8 to 1 in Kis- make a world record on a transcontinental quat preserve and marmalade grapefruit your people the message of food the afternoon Mr. O'Kelly and ,
t.. were board of directors of the 'I simmee's'favor. flight and return, and reached marmalade and straws and jel needs. To give this message intensive Miss Morse spoke to a good: sized au- S
:following force, it is suggested that these needs dienco at St. Cloud and Mr. Javens
Arcadia from California Saturday. ly. The actual will be shownin *
club for 1919 The team process
: short
over one man
came
be emphasized the same day through. the handled the
county agent ably
of these
number
onli making products w
C. A. Car.on.'E. L. Lesley C. W. and borrowed Ned bullock lie remained there an hour togas a
to fill out While the others will be represented out the country. May we ask that you subject taken by Mr. McClelland, at
Ward, Harry Hunter, L. A. Hamilton, their nine. and oil 'up before starting on the' by finished products This will be bring the matter before your congregation the previous session.MICHIGANITES 1

A. E. Donegan and J. Wade Tucker.W Owing to Jack 'of practice errors return trip. He was flying in a De- true where a long process Is requiredfor on February 2, 1919 and that
J. Steed was elected auditor. featured but it is some time since lIaviland plane with a Liberty motor the making. you suggest that copies of our bookson OBSERVE.
After the business of the meetinghad Kissimmee had a game here and the laving; a capacity sufficient to carry Mrs. Jas. Allan of Toronto, who Is Home Gardening and Home Can MEMORIAL SUNDAY:
been disposed of Dr. McConnell, him five hours and he left Arcadia ning and Drying may be had free of
audience that witnessed this exhibition relatives! will deml
visiting here give a
behalf of the guests of the clubhouse The Governor of Michigan ha* issued
on with the expressed intention of mak- charge upon application to this com 1
not critical and seemedto onstration "a favorite
of
was a one recipe using
of theKiasimme. 'to his
proclamation people
voiced his appreciation a
log a non-stop flight Jacksonville. mission.
it "feather cake.
Golf Club. Dr. McConnellIs enjoy hugely. of the National Gar asking that they observe February
As he did not make his appearance Reports War y
is interested in
only one of the many out of town The Kissimmee boys played at St. there on Sunday and nothing was Every lady who den Commission .how that organization 2nd as a, memorial day dedicated to
I for another Cloud last'week, making a score, of cooking. is invited to attend this meeting the of the lads who made the 1
members to return opportunity heard of him, the rescue party was work is J going' on in nearly every memory
the
the shores 4 to 3 in Kissimmee's favor but as whether she is a member of sacrifice during the war. He ;
to play golf along sent out to ascertain what had becomeof town in the United States' Thousandsof supreme ,
of Lake Tohopekaliga. the St. Cloud school is not in the him. club or not and it may be convenientto posters are now being distributed requested that in addition, to the Sunday

The chairman, in his address, expressed ,High School Athletic Association no Lieutenant Hall was In charge of come prepared with note book and through the agricultural agents .of services that every individual
Ms pleasure at seeing so more practice games can be played of the party and Lieutenant pencil. the United States Railroad Administration wear a small white ribbon bow in
many of the club's former nonresident with them without ,debarring the Kissimmee Austin was in charge of tho remaining I Mrs'- and other agencies in the .various loving i i remembrance of "those who
I members present stating that team' from the association three. The entire party were Mrs. M. S. Moreman.and L. A. town,and cities.. would not return.
both the club house. and the annex KI..tD niee'. line-up:for\ Wednes- here only long enough to take in a I Franklin of Kansas City Mo., arrivedin One of the staunch "Miehlganite
, (the log noose), were occupied to their day's game was: Pitcher" Irlo Bron- .supply of gas and oil and'then continued Klssimmee Saturday' for a tvjo PAY YOUR POLL TAX. who'' is prominent amongour winter'
utmost capacity the links presenting son; catcher. Burton Amen; 1st ,B., their search. weeks stay residents here, requested the Gaietto
:* gay.,, scene by,the presence of .so John Graham; 2ndB., Dick Bullock; Later it was learned that Major Mrs. S. J. Brash, of High Point, N. Only 'one more week to pay poll to call attention to this proclamation '
I d J almost hour of 3rd B. Leroy Lesley short Ros- sometime ,Kissim- that all good citizens of that'stato' S'
nuny golf n every ; stop, McCauley had crashed to the earthat C., is spending to to vote in the, city
taxes and
., 9 the day. It was to be hoped that during co Roberson; left field, ,'Frank' Bryan; Fort Lauderdale but was not seriously mee visiting friend She Is domiciled qualify who are in Kissimmee next' Sunday

'-', the_coming. 'year. more local mem' center, F., Sheldon. Johnson. hurt. *' at the Grayston.4. election Do it now.- ..._ f. .may. join the "observance. j- .., '
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 1919

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I t / "\7t7HAT I particularly like about II I-Proceedings- of' the County Commissioners I "


W DP. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is I ,

Its mild but thorough action on the bowels.It The Board of County Commlmiloncrs Frederick' Dlalnfactant Co., Ala, 18.lIn FOR SALE OR V1 "
met in regular session on January western Union mrs. to coinl... 4 85 :

has been very helpful in relieving my nil e- lith, ut 10 a. m., there being present J M K M U.Jnvvna..... JAnitor county agent ._._. 11,0./10 50(10/
Ernest Mach, chairman; E. 'L. I). A M I- C'liuncey malule.ance., in.00
year-old who had been constipated sincea Ovemreet, J. K. Milliard A. P. Bass .1 I H <>w."n, ____ lo.OO '
son, and B. It. Guy commissioners Mil. 1h's, J I! SK-naon ____ lo.GO :" .1
'. J I V William* .' ____ !,' 1\1
baby.:! ton Pledger' attorney for the hoard, y.rti: L, Mnhloa ____ Sou
and J. L.. Overstreet clerk. IA1rs| A' H'mmona ____ H.noMra
From a letter! to Dr. Cald..ell..rluen by\ The Hoard called Al Mionaon . .00Hainuil
was to order ?
(Mr. C. E. '>ffray, )H Madison Street,.J its chairman by Montadoca __.. <*.*.'.
Ernest Math
Brooklyn, N. Y. and the Amelia Evens ___ 11(14'' TRADE'
minutes of the regular and special Mix" M Sin It N .11lulln 6.no
sessions of the board held in December Jvti'lizan __ .. 6.onB -
All\'N JliK-v I'adKelt .noft
Were .
read and .u
approved Juno (Momenta. .___ .no .
Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup MX.\ L,. M. Whidden appeared before Mm) Junlr) .Inhna. __ coo ,
the board( and made application for Mrs J Wright! _..!__ 11..10 .
Pi a nl It ICuum; __ "
the n oofi
appointment as inspector of cattle II Tlllla '. t.. !
on
dipping in his cattle lange. Mr. H M Midi-Hand ._. 604
Pepsin Whixlden'also repotted the conditionof I\'ooler: .. _?_ 6.O* of W. D.
; the roads at Kenansville and Insisted ("'In.'Ji.41,1.I''"KI"IIIII'It.I"I vector' A'" ___ :", fi nno.' The dwelling property .

f ( that the-. board make necessary I'l, I t.:! lipih)'Hlilre, ("11111. Inn. case 2.011 No.. 104
:i The Perfect Laxative' repairs on said, road. IM II H 'U'i'I{""" com 11,.... <*aa.L. !.(" Burkam situated : ,
;: . Mr, Israel.Stewart appeared before .Ixlni' H ('add. font Ins, cnmT -_... 1.n)"
1: -;'. : >'I l Muriihv cost Inn. lot. Ga-
com ease 2 in Corner
the board and that Cherry street.
explained certainof
.'. .- J. ." 1. II I 11I1oI"H'?. coat' coin., Inn. cane 3.S\ .
:(, :. Sold by Drug .Everywhere the lands! of- the Shaker Colony ,Mine MlllH, 811 pll Iftt ._ ,__ 10.6"8ft ...
were left off the assessment roll of l.npfcp f-- rrathcr, dol. bill, lixa < .ni rage. Cement sidewalks and
'i ', ,' .. and II AT W II l Brew Co. aupnlUp. ___ 6.4'
: double
( 50 cts. (Si 5)) 1.00 11)17 assessed in 1918, iMnilnii 1'lsrmncymed, to ..au.... 43.fill
and that the in
diffefencoin'the modern
millage VM McCrorv Co. Inn. on hooka ;iIH.1t., driveway., Building :
for 1918!) made a' .differencein MIL, Htiinip| & ma Co... pen points 1.113 '. '
the taxes on such landsof llonch Toper' Co, toilet luuiurV .. 1i.711
Free from opiates and narcotic drugs and pleasant $73.47.: and he, Mr. Stewart asked llKieola\ & 'C Urn Hdw Co C..8UI.pll"aupullo ..,,._,.'? in.60 reIS every particular with spacious I

to the taste it acts. easily and naturally "and the board to recommend the. payment .1 I .1 M<(Crnnlc menus 10 Ef. "i"ir8"1S.OO Good condition. ..
of tuxes on these lands less the $73.47 Sinle Kiink, ext. on loan ..___.Soon.00Mate .rooms.
restores normal regularity. A trial bottle can whereupon Commissioner A, 10'. Bass (strttf linnlc lintik: Int.Int.!Poor'on, loan Farm___Mif..._"Son Cd.oo.00 '''''il'

made a motion that the.boaid recommend ,1 I l I. ('Jniiin countv nhyalrlan) _. ,2.11' th ')
be obtained free of charge by writing'to the ,payment of such taxes as .Nail Tilliuun' ,pfw tax notice! 25.00I Present owner secured e :, ,.j

Dr. W. B. Caldwell 458 Washington Street requested/ by Mr. Stewart, on all Sections T K M O I Muipliy I.l\'"ItiUHtuii., Judge tnalntcnnlicD Juv Ct ____ (I.00
1280
1, 2 and 3, of Township 20 South,. \\* II Crawford con'\' <'IlolI fees_oo_ 1601 property for mortgage and is. :<;
Monticello; Illinois.No I Ran e 31 East, these being the land ,. II limiiim, coat Richards ease t.If .
that were double( assessed. Motion IT M Murphy. | coat Richards cane 1.Tl2 tired of A bar- '
holding. great
l; seconded by J. K. Milliard and 'car- l '
Ilr. we> Iv ->< wit pros aUy204'
'[r tied, and the' clerk instructed to II __ ;
was \iidvion writ
ill' somebody.
I pros atty 204:! 1 gain for
: Worms In a Healthy Child I Kissimmvo is again agitating the send certified copy of action of the. h 1 .IciiidHir/ wit ,1"011. ally____ 2.01'II .
All children )troubled with worm. have an un- '''question of bulkheading the lake board to the Comptroller. C l.ticlitHpy, wit. proa. ally____ 2.0.
healthy coerce which indicate nwr blood, and.a It A Knjdci, wit. pros attvMlKlnon .____ 201
rule, there Is more or lens vtuinaih disturbance', I' Mr. Put Johnston appeared before Mass, wit. pros, ally____ !.//j( local
CKOVE'S TAS1ELESS chill TONIC given rr ularly |as-set the board and stated that us the) W A :Mrl'ool( wit. pros all)'.____ 201 If interested, consult your
fur two or throe .weeks will enrich the blood tmi :' I board had agreed to pay the Oscuola I'IIIKOII F'arner.' wit. proa. ally._ 2 'II''

\ Iirove the dhl .llon. and a.'Ia.a.C'ueraIStrengtheningTonlotothewhole.yetom NaturewUltlie.- (,'1<1 now an 'yesore.-Manatee |, County Fair Association certain money ,1.1 I. I.II liv.THlreft.liiuiain, coat coat n..Dec.,. C.t.n C't-_ 223,59 11"16 real estate agent or communicate -

Journal from the special publicity fund, I 'It I'nnk pay roll witnesses' _._ S7 7',
throwoITordlatelthewormaandtheChild" will be >lUrovo's H Inuinin, Circuit ("t coata.. 101.2f with
that lie would like that warrant for ,
I In perfect health. l'I..oIIOI.ke. goo bottlo.FOR I --to
per I I. II Inuinm :
> .;
i Faaleleaa chill Tonic' court coma 21:1 R/t
such amount be drawn that it could
t
so
I. II ingrnm. ("0111'. and tines 'IS 12.6<
RENT-Furnished, flat with miore vitality and energy; by purifying and *urkhlnS be applied) on the expense of live l I. II InKtnin." food of prisonors33.5' .
modern Improvement W B. lIarr.111' I the blood. You can won (....111.Strengthcoloe. 'stock exhibit at Live Stock Association I tl I \Vhltm-ld.) coal Ua" den case 1201.
Curette ofTic Invigorating 1':1'.1.: Prli-a SOc. it being agreed, by all 1 I. I K l fnimcr, aupt or roadH_-____ 12614
upon parties .
..
._ _. i I (1 I \\ Aulllfin. knl 1 4n.i th TRA<
- -- --- -
; concerned, the board instructedthe Hun' 1I'o"n.liuard; no in,
9 ->H+>4aaati'saaaaiasaaaaaaat'+iaas*}aaaa : Yaak clerk to make arrangements for \\'in II tempter auppllos17641
k ''the payment of all outstanding bills M.upfi-r I & 1'rather, repairs G8.H S.Y.WAYJ
IJ I .1 Oann lopalrn county wagon 118
j I against special' publicity fund. Mr. I'nlon fjiuinaCo, lumber223.2-
Have Your Plowing Done (Johnston also presented IIn itemized \\ & <' (1,io Co'sui>i>lli-s. to H 0.. !<4.7XV -
t1 I statement of the exhibit to Jacksonville tt C in; Co, mule fcrd to It a 174 41
which was ordered filed by the .I X It"h..n. drugs to n a -... 82< Phone 172 ORLANDO, FLA.
I .
MHHlev
& Cold Storage, R G 153\
board. I II.i It 1 Kmnur' mule hire.__ 6O.."
j With a Moline Tractor I j Mr. II. O: Partin appeared before I C iliirnn., ) supplies to R O 18.Bij'l
('the, board and presented a 'letter from \v 'JViio\rk, grading road __ 25 OfI -- --
I 1.1 I II Crawford, house rent It 0._ 6. I Mr.. Hiram Platt, a member of the II .' Htanfoul.( supplies to It 0__ 129,74:
x i Brevard county board 1, Which letter (""".11<1.... ('0., supplies to It O 2i..7V < MANHATTAN
I read in board, and in which \ II Maklnaon.' supplies to R 4 82.irXV HOTEL
wa
? open .DROUGHT
to do all kinds of A. E.
are prepared plow- 1 K 11'oul.-y, repairs on road __ 6.2fSlat. -
t. letter the said board of county commissioners ( ., Hank, ext loan ______8000.Oil, Now Open for the Winter' Season.A .
lug and discing for the public with a of Brevard county agreedto Slati- Hunk Int on loan _____ 4i> 01II 115
Broad.vaTReal
: road ,.
II pay for one-half of the construction V Phillips work on 15 Rf

of six vats and one-half expense l' fl I la Tine IIHHH,, gas BK't and tick supplies.8977mI eradication 25.Of Family Hotel with all the Comforts -

:w Universal Moline Tractor of hire of three inspectors, naming I.upf.'r & I'rathpr supplies, etc 6*.f>< Estate and Insurance
I the inspectors and location of vats. lamer Nape labor on \ats___ RII.M ..* of Home.
Commissioner E. L: I>. Overstreet NIIIIIHO; work on vats 11.0C REPRESENTS
\
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J 1\\hldilen, work on vats 80 OfllnM
PHONE made motion that ,proposition be accepted ',*l Yatta, work on vats __ 874'' RATES $2.50 PER DAY
and that the letter be spreadon ,',nuts Ham work on vats 220' The Home Insurance Co. of New
the minutes of the board motion WilllicK....,. work un vats _n_ 45.S<
York the National Fire
; I Mach Bros. or W. H. Wilson seconded by Commissioner A, F. Bass II Isnat U Purlin llniluT" ,lumber labor on& 'hauling.-vats 21.0.1111.0' Special by the Week. Co. ,of Hartford, The Sun Insurance and

and carried. The clerk was then instructed I. 111hld.l..n.. hauling material 64.01HHC.MI'
to wire the board of commissioners .! J,','nl.II.. labor on "a 1.__ '41 2f MRS. R. B. SAVAGE Prop. many other reliable companies. ."
I Itov ( ,. .
P44<.< ><-S H :-<"9"M <"9"9><"><-4"0"KM' -->':-:-=--X"oo-+I of Brevard county of the action U II lse.Mann labor, labor on on Vala vats 15.20I 5.00Kmnult ,;,

., .. ,of this board.Commissioner . KollfT, labor on vote .. CO.OfV
jl; J. K Milliard asked (' .. IU. frelKht. on cattle dip 841 ... .
(r oo OOtO O ooo ooooooooooooo oooooooo i if the suits for the home guards have c'It H I. Acre"O'.r.tI..I., labor lumber& .lIulln/l'for/ vats____ 63 8101
all been taken no one being advised ora]]
up llnHH
Kro. to T E3 gang.296.41
:JJI. 'QT6TAGNER. : :: I Mr. Milliard made a motion .'*<.. lldw Co material for vats 2119.4i "
that: the suits that have already !been Hank or Mt Cloud loan S mo's..2000.01

Real Estate and Insurance taken up be given the home guards linnk MH| ", Alblna nf Mt. Smith cloud. Int.H of on don.50.0 loan 40.o t N 7., 0. ,
; Agency i and that the.. clerk be instructed .to .St., :('101101 Tribune subscriptions "" 1ii1I'i'i'iii'Ei.' a t

... ascertain how many suits are now 1.,(\y IM"ltnlll".' lo''' puprrc'-Lav"r" ,,Valley. Oaxette........x...sulMtiWtcrlutlonaito *...'' 886." 6f" Sell Shoes4 IOnly
'
v I. r' on hand and to dispose'of them at 1
8116.61\\
1&I'; We have a well selected list of properties for sale among which cost.' Motion seconded by Cominis-i (>K,>DulafFalrr) Aaa'n..peperl4.oLr.r' donation.. 800.Of

are some' very attractive Farms Ranches Orange Groves business sinner A. F, Bass and carried. !stilt> Hank, loan 'to S R rund'_ I&OOOf
:state |lauk, Int. on loan ..____ Sfl'M
J buildings, and dwellings all in Osceola County and each proposition The clerk presented and read in V <' Lit>.. freight on brick2.2!
,q J 'listed at its minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip- open board a letter from the GeorgiaEnlflne vuuthern. Clay MfK Co. brick _.2358.3!
rinl(' Company in which they The Tax Collectors
: ; merit. We also can offer exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and St. agreed to sell all brick that they had the following amounts report collected showed: Mot For CashThis

t Cloud properties now owned by? non-residents who are willing to' sell left over on the St. Cloud road at $20 pot Iccnsed., llx. $I 7.1111 fH'iuO( !, ; auto license $2.50

"l l- at a sacrifice thus offering on excellent opportunity to Invest a little per thousand the number being 40- The i e.oi| ta of depositories showed
x surplus capital and benefit by the increase In values which is sure 050( brick Commissioner A. F. Bass ter follow lair balances of the vnrlou
t. made a motion that board purchasesaid funds on January lit 191..
i.. I",, ; to come. Call or write us. brick at agreed price motionseconded 'l-ii04.-aJUevenue Fund ----6 1888.11 i U to notify my friends and"customers that after this date
by Commissioner J. K. IIil- 'Inc'' und Forfeiture Fund 1238.4
E. A. Strout Farm Inc. Hu".J an.l HiidK-e, / Fund 15J4 4fl shoes will be under
f Agency, lard!! and carried.Commissioner . : A. F. Bass Mien Tick 10 rail lent Ion Fund ._..__ 661.0:
r ''p D. G. WAGNER, Manager made a'motion that the clerk be instructed lard Suiface Road Fund14070iO, ]
\ government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grade,
i Kiss lt1t11ee ', Florida : to write the Georgia Engineering ,.d fold fiotn, unarts the various were fund.ordered cancel!* ..
Company that proposition had 'aa follows and the profit will now be too small to permit selling''ttfem on charge
.
t. f .,... 4.W-M aaaaaa/: ,-aaaaacaaaaaaaaaaaaa -..:-:..,..,..: been accepted and also to ascertain if n,.'ln<'ticial- sod, |tfexoaue..'." t.-lure! Fund Fun------f 208811 414.3 '
ifi' hey would, rent the roller and pipe Uond! and l iii lena Fund 14oS.ltji'ilnl accounts. .
- that; they left at Peg lloorn Junction <| I'ulilitlty Fund ____ 189:\Si

,: : ">-M""X: : -r+""'M-awvtia: 5-0"MMaao''fi+-aaaa'i) and at what price. Motion seconderby Tick liiiutli-iitlon: Fund 1241.71 Our Stock, however, will be kept fully to the usual standard," '
Commissioner B. II. Guy and car TI're' being' no further business be. up

I'I'x ried. fore, I the. ---)lioard- -they-ndjo-

I Our Boys Have "Cleaned Up"The J. he made Commissioner required a motion to that give J. Mr.K.a lease Milliard Pat Johnston on lands then COLDS AND FLU for Men Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage.


I for a clip vat on his place east of

Kaiser The Hun and' t town or refund the money that the BEST TREATED I
county had paid him for the construcion. TANFORD.CO.R. .
etc. Motion seconded by Commissioner WITH CALOTABSThe // C. S
, A. F Bass and carried. -

: : German Autocracy! The board instructed the clerk to

draw warrant for bills as follows: New Perfected Calomel That .li a ,
t f Interest to State Bank on Poor Free from "
i Nauseating and Salivat )
, :. Farm mortgage $300.
The clerk presented a number of fog Effects.

bills against the Tick Eradicationfund _ _
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A Wonderful Achievement ..f.fLet for payment and there not being Physicians or druggists will tell you ..
KMfr< e e>< 0"M"MC"><"fr o--ooo. ------.o. .;
sufficient money; in the depository for that the best thing in the world for a IJ 10 ;J
i I the payment of such bills, the board cold, grippe or influenza, is Calotabs, 10
instructed the clerk to make arrange- the perfected calomel; that is fret 10. i
ments for a loan to said fund. from nauseating and salivating ef '' .'.J

:: ., us now "clean up". at home at once St" The clerk informed the board that fects. Doctors have learned that other 10 ".
( there was a loan warrant againstthe laxatives are uncertain and unsatisfactory '

1 all our business affairs. i revenue fund and against the fair 'old and grippe, but S.. FLOYDGroceries ;., ;
,road fund that was due. and that that they can count on Calotabs the .

I We are asking all our customer to "clean up" in f there was not sufficient funds to take new calomel, that has all the Hver ,
them up at this time; clerk was instructed benefits and none of the sting to' I "
full all account that they owe us between now to make arrangements. to thoroughly arouse the liver and put 1

and the clove of the year 1918, that is, during : take care of the situation.. the system in ideal condition to throw -
off the cold and prevent influenza and ..,
Mr. Milton Pledger presented his
i the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your
agricultural report to the board for pneumoniaThe
personal attention. their approval, which report was ap- best time to take a Calotab is and
proved and signed in open board. at the first sign of a cold. If you takeit

If you cannot raise the money we will The clerk having made arrange at the beginning you can cure a cold .I
over night. One Calotab the .
on ton
loans directed the
merits for as by
r accept Liberty Bonds and War board, they passed a resolution Authorizing gue at bed time with a swallow ofwaterthat's ;

him to draw warrants for the all. In the morningyou :
Saving Stamps in paymentof necessary amount for each fund. wake up feeling fine with a hear- Fresh ',Meats
ty appetite for breakfast. Your cold f
Tha following bills were examined has vanished and
your 'account. you may congratulate \ -
approved and ordered paid:
yourself_ that you have possibly

' PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER Ernest 1. l IJ "Over.treet.Mach comml..lon.rs commlaaloner 1SOCK 16.00 prevented serious complications, for
J K Milliard. commlH.loiier ___ 1120 physicians tell us that neglected colds
'. A F 11..., commissioner ._-.,_- 1100 number their victims) by the millions.
Your respectfully, H H Uuy. commliialonvr ______ S*.00 For protection Calotaba .
J L Ovvratvret. clerk __u___ 11800 your are Phone 176 302 Broadway \ \
W D Crawtord attorney -_'.__ ilS.33 sold only in original sealed packages
; : C ti Dandy commission .- ____ 7100 price thirty-five cents. Your druggistwill ....
& CARSON CO.
/ WATERS : GROCERY J L Overatrevt, exp to Jax ____ "U.oo supply and: given
4)7 T M Murphy judge ___,______ 2500 you your money I"
.. .. L> H Inrram.. car. of Jail _.h__ It.to back promptly and cheerfully if
Kls.y Tel do. S month rent. 11.911 yOU are not delighted with this new .
.- -.. .0.0'-.00.0' . 0 'o.0'0" Of .000..- ........... 00.0: OUt. .... Water and light plant .......-. 16.17 form of calomel.-(adv.' ) oC ott..t..OO... .OO.O .OO ....O.O..OOO.Ot OOO. ..'.'" .

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L1 ?' THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JANUARY' : 31, 1919 THREE *

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OSCEOLA. FARMERS ORDER


'. 13 TON$ NITRATE OF SODA -
I

1 County Agent Javena was a busy
man this week getting a line on the
shipment .of nitrate of soda which the
government proposes to e"l ta farm-, ..
era direct. The order sent out from

Osceola county amounted to. 12 tons,
I I I I r the most of which, wl1 1 be used in !the.
( II i I .!# !) $Q161 + IiiiS rp immediate vicinity of KlssJ th'
ss Rri St. Cloud with a few orders from WRII.

I i I I I I I II II t I 1, 1!>-i 1is /r 4l{ i Narcoossee.The .
R I rt tt & f. 1 rs l r !! :! nitrate! is being bought at $81
P I I s' 9t .t II! t I 1ltS i i iI ton at the of which is
; per port (entry
I, I II it III III I II I I I I III. fff; ; ,fI p e>. I ( III I I I ,i al[ considerable; saving' f'om the pi'ice .

', I III IIII I III t 1 I III 1 ; t i rr ,! s ) #) I :: Et! ssIl! ,,,6@ (fg5 fir of ago$120 or which the $98 was the quoted present a few pr'cs.It ':weeks. AU I'

III ''I I I II I fx S SI4'I is thought the port of entry will I If

I Ill II III GS ,h M fl F I ss1i be Tampa?, but \that is not definitely .
l known yet.Twentyseven. : three brands II I
I 1 j jIIII i I,,
; of OiceoVs farmer
I, EE ( illg I
I S
II'' I Iul I ICI' ' << < I ; tll; are represented. in. these, ordars. sealed I In alr-tteht ,

I I I I tll 1tt llf MILK: IX WINTER.' .
s lr ligi E isd .
II II'I''a lfl ili: ; tpl q in Why winter do than Your they cows do, (give in less summer milk? pa* ((acs. Easy to find I ,

I ( Just because nature docs not supply
It i illlh'
: ., I. I III! 1 y'Itc them with grasses and gi ecn' food. It I Is on saleeverywhere. ,
h I ; But we have come to the asaNtance r
I pill of Dame Nature with B. A. Tho'-n-
'" Stork Remedy which, contains the .
.
' 1111 Iltllll Ii l IIII very intr-edicnts that the green feed -

II' 'IIJi11 : supplies in season, only of, course
I IIII Illllllly in a more highly concentrated form, Look for. ask for. .
I I I I I'I V't guarantee that this remedy w'1'w : .
I ) I IiiiVjir. "Ve yo..r cow.i Hve more nilk.and\ be sure to act :i:, ,
V I Ii better milk, with the same feed.,Wafers ''
I & Carson ,Grocery Company.ALFORDFOSTER. a WRIGLEY5The }

I III 4 i YOU can't help rotting loosr. joy'us ., ',

(, I every time you flush your A, quiet wedding took place at the .. ,
Illllllllllllll with Prince Albert-it hits private residence' of Mr. and Mrs Greatest Name '
smokespot James W. Busby, 220 Beaumont ave .,'
'-. xaa:t4 ''''illlllll11 you so fair and square. It's a scuttle|,full of jimmy nue. Kissiminee, Fla., Sunday, Jan. In Goody-Land, : '
,;
: pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine arid as satisfying 26, at 3:30 p. m., between Mrs. Gladys ,1//,
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I' ,
M. Foster of Nevada, and Mr.\ LesterE. \
i". as it, ,is delightful every hour of the twenty-four 1 1It's Alford, of Kisaimmee. son of Mrs t'
",'. W. E. Smith, at 515 Brack street. \ .
never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure- Rev. Hodnett cf the Methodist church ..WRIGLEY5.JE.rASPfARMINT ,;' ", .-

.: pasture 1 For, P. A. is trigger-ready to give you more joIned the happy couple. . '" ..
:
rN i i i Mr. and Mrs. Alford left the same RFE UM J
tobacco fun than had in smokecareer. .
you ever your evening for a short trip, Mr. Alford' @w
That's because it has the quality. time being? limited on accrunt of his ::1\(. :
work. On their return they will be SEALED TIGHT .
Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down at home at 220 Beaumont avenue. 1 b

that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. . WRIGLEY / .

And, it never will For, our exclusive patented process IS A MERRY WIDOW. 11 J :

cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue I years."Soon afro after I was my taken husband's with death typhoid 9 N

Toppy rJ kagm.tiJy red tin, hand.ome poanj and half pound tin fever. Since then have suffered from .. 4
humidor.-and-that clor, practical crystal..*. humidor with stomach and live trouble and consti KEPT RIGHT' .
sponge mo.t..r lop that k* p. the tobacco in such perfect condition potion.!
without benefit. Since taking Mayr'a ..
t. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem N. C.It Wonderful Remedy three months .ago ij _
my bowels have moved regularly and

- -- II am feeling well again. I am now .
I : a happy woman." It is a' dimple, u
L FORSTDBBORN Proceedings of \, The board ordered a warrant for harmless preparation that removes
$30.00 drawn in favor of Miss Albina 1 the catarrhal mucus from ..the intes-
: Smith, as prizes. for the Canning; final tract and allays the inflammation The Flavor( Lasts
the School.BoardThe
Club. which, causes practically all stomach -
t COUGHS AND
t COLDS
The
I of County Judge filed his report; trouble liver and intestinal ailments -
; hunting licenses collected during including appendicitis. One
i Board of Public Instruction of 'j(
the month ---
Dr. Kin&'sTTew of
December
Dlscorery showing
'done will convince refunded.
or
money
has a fifty year record on Osceola January county 6th met, there in regular being present session'I l$School:]56.00 Fund.turned over to the General :,J. Z. Roberson and druggists everywhere ooooooo ..ooooooooo oo oooO OOOOOOto
f.
., behind It 'v. C. Bass chairman; W. R. Lanier The board unanimously passed the I IPine
and J, II. Baisden; also C. E. Yowell following resolution I ORANGE TREES
reputation :
built tu '
It tit
on productionof
results 01Ita county superintendent.The Whereas at a conference of County school district board No.1 ; Mr. W..
positive oureneas minutes -of the meetings of I Superintendents R.U Lanier, of Kissimtnee Fla., R. )F.
la relieving the throat irritation ofcold high school principals N
a *, coughs grippe and bronchial Dec. 2nd and.Dec 21 t.:were read and and school board members of> No. 1, residing/ in and for school ; Apple variety only No canker, no scaly bark no cottony f
A approved.Financial. Florida, held in the month of May (''district board No. 2; Mr. W. R. God- cushion scale. Clean, thrifty, well rooted. As good aa the best amt"

atvDr. King's New; Discovery? Why : statement of county 1918, at Gainesville, a resolution was I I win, of St. Cloud, Osceola county )Fla., cheaper than any. My home banks for reference, Forty thousand
rnr folks) wouldn't use anything decl'. school funds for the month of December passed callin upon the State Sup. {, residing in and for school. district ((40,000)) for sale Write me.
That's the general nation-wide cteen 1918: erintendent of Public Instruction to (board No. 3.
, la which: this well-known remedy I.I I. .K'NEHAI SCHOOL Kl\I)" I appoint a ,commission composed of I The following, W. C. Bass, W. R.
I held. Its action .la prompt its taste To balance from last report_.' 205836 leading educators of the state to i Lanier, and W. R. Godwin having P.H.NUGENTOCALA
I pleasant, its relief :&titytag.y . To. receipt during month, .... 7666.32 pore a uniform 'course of study pre.for I'I met on the above date in the office of
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Half a century of cold and cough ,'.,. t 1.,1I'Tkj\, , the elementary and the County Superintendent of 1 Public .
y iY L"\
>"""" -Hf.t" f"h 910,626.69Warrants high schools of '. 'A" ,
; ecl nc.Sold bydru everywhere. n utdidruln8rnoiuh Instruction, and each for' himself FLORIDA '
.... '. 9652.74Totbal the state; andWhereas > . ., V : ,
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.. Dowels Out of Kilter *. yyaub.NrhoollDlNrlel, on .hand flee I It 1 No. vg 1.1I"'.87I.9fTl +o><.' . OO+++4+" +.+ oo I oo+ oooooo. .\

That's nature calling for relief. To bnlan..e' from la.t' report -.. 589.' 9 said'resolution, did appoint a commis- Monday in January, A. D. 1919. -- --
Assist her In her daily duties with Dr. To receipt. during month .___ 38805 sion of eighteen educators who later I and until his 'successor is elected and
King's New Life Pills. Not a purgative met in the city of Tallahassee and ,qualified proceeded to. complete the
9780 ,
la the usual dose, but a mild, effective organizatIon{ of said Board, in com.pliance .
Warrant, Issued during month 117 08 prenared a course of study as provided -
corrective, laxative that teases the
bowels into action and chases "biie .** ___ for in the aforesaid. resolution and with: Section 342. General .
: To bal) on hand Dec 31 n 660,97 Statutes of Florida, as follows
' ... Whereas, The aforesaid ofi :
Mati-Mrbonl 1)latrlet !J\ 2 course
{ To balance from last report1 R.58 study having been printed. is now being -I I I On motion of !Mr. W. R. Lanier, Osceola Hardware Co.

1i l t To receipts during month n. 86.02 used in the schools of the state; ,, seconded by Mr. W. R. Godwin Mr.\ f
,: -- W. ,
, lmnlluISiiaiJ::! [ therefore i C. BaSil was elected chairman of

'. au t.t I Warrant' Issued during month 256.611 105,0Ralnneoon Re It Resolved, by the Board .of nsaid j Board of Public Instruction for
r Public ,the County of Osceola, State of Flor Located Kissimmec's
Instruction of Osceola County, : on
1 . ___ __ .
: hand r> o 31 ': 150 20Onli.Hrhool ida.
.ti that the aforesaid 'course of
> study be
Illxtrlpr No 3
:: I I I Mr. C. E. Yowell commission
holding
and it is ] BUSIEST CORNER
: t I To balance from InRt report -- 38 08 | hereby appointed as the
: Here U ;!
your opportunity Inmuraoc County
to of Sunerintendent of
To receipts during monlh341.48 authorized
J course of study for the
. I
:: u> t emberratt'nc! In :
. error? peUinii ill I
t.A I Public Instruction/ for the ensuinc
'. elementary and hich schools of Os-
:: pronunciation *nd: poor chore cfword :: I 374.B6Wnrranti '
. I :: *. Know the meaning of puccling .:,I Issued during month 361.10 ceola County, Florida, to the exclu- two years, orpcared in perror at said
L :: war term.. Infteiw your efficiency. :i ion of all,,other courses of study 'heretofore I meeting and assumed his duties as ,
:. :; which remits In power and kucceu. :: To bal on hand T>fc SI ___on 13.46RubNcaool in use in said County. secretary of said Board, as provided
, !i WEBSTER'SNEW ii balance from IlUtrlrt last report.48 1'0. K.TO .17 The board adjourned to' meet Jan- by law The Board thus orginized. PAINTAfter ; :
To receipt during month _-u 20.29 uary 7, 1919. then fixed on the first Monday of .

t : INTERNATIONAL I Dal on hand Dec 31 : _____ 104.46 each month as the day for holding ,
-' n its regular meetings. months
Hnh.Mrhool Dl.trlr. No. ... January 7th, 1919. many we are glad to announce a distinct drop

t, :: DICTIONARY U' IIn all-knowing :: To To receipts balance during from last month report1938__ 7." The members of the Board of Pub-' Tin: OuMM That DM Not Affect ttM- cIJI..u. in the price of Paint. We can now offer the best quality at a
iT g teacher a universal question g n I lie Instruction of Osceola county, elected ."of Rte tonic and l. *tlv* effect LAXA .
y :: cnswcrcr, tnado to mat your t: 27.34 on the 5th day of November A. OUlNINg l.better than ordinary price that should make the painter busy at once. Wood exposed
r.fnnod:
f :; need It it in duly: u.o by :: Warrants Uiued during month 2.15 D. 1918 were: Mr. W. C. Bass. of, :\ not canoe nervou.ne. nor
: hundreds of thousands ringing la head. R.emembft'the. full o.meaad to the weather will soon rot, Paint will prevent it;. there
of _.
BUOMMlul Kissimmee Fla.. residing in and for .
1, Balance on hand Dee. 31 ___... 2S.19Warrants look: for the .1 M V w. GROVE 5S .
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! :: men and aiaia tile world over.b :: ..
\ :: -.'" Word.. ZT09 PwlM. M0 II. ':'fIu.trpton..ll,000n1oar.phlniEm : In open w...rilon examined as follow and :cancelled .. + fore, paint your buildings as a matter ofeconomy.TABLES .
.OOO OOOOO OOoOO
", :: : :: General Achool Fund __ __| 8,91304S If ,
!r = Irtea. HII00 V-craphlcal SubJ.ct.. :: 8 D. No. I.Fund ____ n____ 32J,08S. i
:: CRAXD raiZI. (IIi heat Award) :: 8. D No. I Fund n_____ 107.90
" = l'o.aam.-l'acilie I.pou Lio.. :: S 8. D No. 8 Fund __nn___u_... 361.10fcl
i : KECULAI: ; std BVDUPAPEX EalUao. r s. D. No.8 Fund ____--._-- 1.IS FOR SALE !
". ', :7 i"RITE.for... .Spudmn. -. FREE :: Bill were approved and warrant
1'orket ,
. :: U you flame obi paper. :: ,l lasued a* follows:
: G. A C. MERRIAM CO., :: Ue>.rat Krkool Fuad.
!
:: Sprlngfldd, Ma. .., U, 8.A. :: \V C Baa. M B P 1----------1 400
j :: :- \V R Lanier, M B P I ________n 5.40
J H Balcden, M B 'P I ._______ 13 00 t
11 11I J S Cadet attorney ____________ IX.BO We have. them of various kinds but wish to call special attention
f Pre bytertan Church rent .. 8.33
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Miss nratton Albina& Gulce Smith,rent eel agt...._u_____ 6000 S.00 MODEL DAIRYST. at this time t to-our Library Tables. They are strongly

:: neo Chandler janitor .....__. 8.00III
built and will last life'
time. have for all writing
They places
.** Rhea Pherlgo/ office\ wk ._ IS.00 a ,
t ,
:: P. gander*, rent ____.-______,. 4.00
i ..c: f 'arAyt rg Mini Belle Cooper, supplies _.u. a.00 CLOUD, FLORIDAEight materials and room besides for Books and Magazines. The
.. Lupfer & Prather, repair ___. 8.70
it ..
\\' H Kempfer, supplies ....-.. 17.65 Miles From KissimmeeA purchase of one is an investment in a permanent'home coirt- j
A. K. Thomas, collector .__.__ 21.67 .
Kla.y Telephone Co rent ...._. 1.uOW. fort.
, t1 U. Telegraph Co, elk rent.. 100
1 1f Alex Hayne, wood ..._.._. 6.00
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C E Towell expenses ________u 9.00Oaceola property consisting orOne and Three-Fourths Acres of land, ;
___
Ildw Co.
e: supplies 8e.15Mis.
f(1 Alblna Smith, prlie for CC 3000 two-story house in good repair milk room and barn wagons, auto
: T Mass Ola Campbell salary .... 60.00 mobile horse, milk separator and all 'necessary appliances for running
'., 9. .. D. No. 1. a first class dairy.
!h. Tb Strong Withstand the Winter Cha*-Lvl..alary 4400 NAILSFolks
V; CoM Better Than the Weak D E Proper labor------------ 11.00 '
Oeo P Arrowamlth lab ft mat. CO.00 27 HEAD OF COWS
t 4..;.. You matt have Health. Strength and Endurance : Fenole Chemical do fenole ...--. 20.00h
to fl,ht Colds Grip and lA uear.. A W B Drew Co. d..k...--.-.. 63.90
N L Edward, drayage ........ 1.00 (23 now milking) sometimes ask if we sell Nails. WE DOL.! .
When your blood U not In a healthy ,Oaceola Hdw Co, supplies ...... S.03
;. condition and doe not circulate properly. ,. Also 1 Well Bred Bull'
}; your system U unable to vrlUutandtne Claud F. Johnson representing: Jersey I
Winter cold. .- St. Cloud Tribune appeared before aid
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC the board and asked to be given a Will sell the entire proposition! as a good paying ooncern, or will r.

',.. Fordflea the System Adalnat Colds Grip share of the printing:. The board cell cattle separately. Reason for disposing of this property ill Osceola Hardware Co.
aDd Inttae11a by Purifying and Enriching agreed to let, him print the semiannual health of owner. Good opportunity for investor. Train leave Kis- r
,I' the Blood.ft .-. statement of the school funds. simmee morning and evening* and return same day. Apply to
contain the well-on tonic prop A certificate: was received from the
artlaa of Quinine and Iron la a form State Comptroller showing; that the DR. W. W. CARSON .. .
acceptable to the most delicate stomach, State Bank of Kissimme had furnished ... '
: lrand la pleasant to take. You can soon feel surety bond as County?SchoolDepository. KISSIMMEE. FLORIDA. ,. :
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Strenftfcenlnc.InrioraUn4 lOa i ; - I II Everybody" Wa. !U Anybody A..e isea'' Their "WamU" i. fa, Cwtt.
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i ;; FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VAllEY C'T.ETH FRP *T JANUARY 31. 1919 '



1 payers in every, city' and town In the .of1 the time, energy and expense usuI 041 0' 0 00 00 U 040 00 to 0 0 t:+O O'H 0 0- cated ''''fir Ktnansvllle. Trice I,100,' Tells. about livestock raising,. dairying 4.
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE I halt term. to suit. B. ,. poultry, citrus fruit and truck :
. aDy devoted to amusement<< enterprises
j country, a free advisory service by : H. ctabk".Jant-e *. Fla. tilt"OR Ing. fwlcs" a month at too' per year-
trained collectors had to be used. Eighteen ] three years for f 1.00. Only livestock;'
r < agents inspectors BEAUTY :
thousand people. and 3,000 horses -appear SALE)-On. Emerson Typewriter, and general farming paper In the
........... Beery PHSay.. and deputies. At the offices of collectors in the picture, which coat approximately model three visible, as good as new state Writ today. ,
Gazette c.._..., Apply Valley aatett (t. ,
7 KlBsisssse tallrr .
and their deputies, and at oth- >500OOQ to produce.ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOH SALE-Rverett car In good condition -

I Ktsslrree. rI.ttaa >r central points] free (information' FOR RENT-FuJ'lll.h..tt. except bed. May he .seen at tot Brack
.
t : ding:, Sine -concrete house, formerly! 81. Mrs lea Maxwell -2t-pd..
'. w. B. Harris, P..81..t And advice with respect to fillqfg re PARLOR? occupied, tiy J. I>. Clark. Apply A

K. U. 1'ase Ag.ewf rcrrlary. turns' under the new Revenue Bill I, .FOR MAYORAl 1 : H. Nelson's. office or H. A. Hunter4t 0. .. REGISTERED Clifford J. Lester.Duroc Boar boar In tot good sale con by

..'........, ".. IIOn may be had up to the final date for the KolloltHtlon\ of many frlendi dill..... Is free from cholera and la
,,1 have decided to heroine a candidate 'ARMERB-Send today for a free ellm. from a good breed Call at home
q .......tt..o. n..... filing suth: returns. ..J'ORANCE ,for Mayor of Klunlnimo- I will npjprrcJote !Stockman published at Jacksonville. three-quarters. .of .a mile. from cemetery -

1 Copy One Year_________ ....$1.00 l o the support of the votem, tlnd' ROOM 61 file eopy of the. Florida. Farmer and 6-2t-pd
? 'if
I ODe Cow. Sit Months____________ 1.('0 CENTER.Miss fleeted. pledge. myself to use talifnt \ ,.
endeavors to ._ .n
PUS Copy Three MonthAH ---- -- and to work"for the betterment or GRAYSFONE HOTEL
9 : :Marie Dimmick accompaniedby
*""""""**.
communications except from our her friend Miss 111 ill en. who has ter. j. STEED.
.lit.) authorized corr*.fpundciits roust bkltid .. been rpondmg a few days here, left Miss Miriam Skilton
'rlttr.KJrct .
the
by m I von MltOK.I
<'d matter will not be returned oh Saturday morning. to visit friends hereby announce m>'n<'ll a en mil- .. .
a"I." t11"d for. jn Orlando. date -r..I."tI..n to the offlco of .
:Mr. and Mrs. loon Roberts and Mayor of Klunlmmee. subject ttt the Hair Dressing Manicuring
Entered In'!!). rostoffle at KltslmBB ,, and action of the "White M/ nV'. primary. :F ,
BB ., Florida, as si-cond-clsss. mutter) daughter Annie Mr. Maddox J. 101. CA1'I I..
I ::'011'. ,and Mrs Lester Flint were Sunday I Scalp and Face Massage

guests at the home of Mr. and loll Mil Oil. .. :
of
for the ffle
J I 1011'8:: J. K. )Maddox ,on Sand Lake Mayor,1 nm of a KlHBlmmen riimHdoto and will ,' .

..1 1BE The day was aw enjoyable: one, dale the nupiiort of the voter In thiapproaching and Shampooing i

: I including! .fist fry and skiff ridingon primal'\! .
.
sMILToJ.: I
the beautiful waters of Sand Lake. [i :f''

Mrs.: Charles E. Davis of Spokane, I.UIt1"1t1I: 1. 'II. 'T."X COM.Kf- ; Phone 137 for Engagement or r

.,1 r .,( a t71SrAtE.PR ".ash:, who,, has been spending some I,, -ion. i Call in Person Xe 's"" r fR"l t r44A
time here superintending the work on 1 r.'r
I 1'\1\\ I hcrehv announce myself. an a candidate I :
t : her large> orange grove, on Sand Lake, ( for' the offlco, of City Maralinl ::e J"Sto'12.a.m. f
returned to, her home Saturday but and .Tax Collwtcir to be voted for in I Hones
I thehltomaniT, primary" to be held I :, 11 to 6 p. m.
will tpp en route to visit her 1116tel'11' ;.Iti. March, and hereby solicit the vote I .} v<- I
S5P9 :\ *... Lee Carrel at Greely Colorado. of the clllxvni"iiinllftfd to vote In Hntileleotloii. I .a+:"Ma 'aaatathe
J Mr, \yillie T. Jeffords who has been ,, and IfxtlecU'd<< promise to nil .
office to the beat. of my ability. I ...
the very - -, -
ill for some time died on Saturday, "- JI.: WOUDA1L1. '
.and was interred at Shingle Creek on 4th'eta)' of March :A. D. Ul9t

Svnday. FOIL :M4HWII! .*!, %M Ttt: (:'OII.. ('- (CIRCUIT. COUnT HEAL) .....-

," ., FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 1919 ..1 The farmers in this section seem I I I t'OH. Clerk Circuit J.Court L. 0.V", Usceola R8TREET.County, '", -. .-.-,

I quite busy at present planting early' 1 am a candidate\ for ro.electlot to Florida 7-61
)ak front vegetables. The weather Is fine and the office of Marshal and Tax Collector
I and will. the .support of Yes-Sometimes It, IsBut Look
] can'I ideal for planting the voter.-.* Kissimmee In the coming Classified Advertisements
councilman who are Miss Marie Dimmick and Miss Million election I
dldatcn: for city I|
accompanied by :Mrrf.: ; Jim Rigney.: OEO. W. OVERsTHEET.'
Out When The ComesA
outspoken as unqualifidely in favor { the ') "Bump".
and son Harry were Thursday
FOR :MH8HA1. AMU TAX COLLECTOR l'LE1'IDID!' TOOK' AM GRAIN: F4HM
of bulkheading. Ij j I :guests! at the .home of Mr. and Mrs. ) .
,J. E. Maddox |I 1or THIS property contains a little over !I man may go OB quite a while spending every dollar .lie cant
J JI I am a candidate. the office of 6.000. acres and Is fortunately 10eat..dOn I aI
) The ex- spends his time sawIng Mar.hal and Tax Collector of the City the great .Dixie.. Highway and M soon, or IY.D before be fete it-and. bare a great time doing it,

,,wood .o the reports from the Associated : C. F. Walker and wife came up of Kt...lmme. and tafc\ this method just across the rod from Campbell I bat eventually "thorns" will slew. lI l-'
I from Okeechobee this week on a combined of soliciting the support of the votersJthe first town Mouth,,,,* Klsslmmee, the J ,
Tress tells us. Did he resortto business and pleasure mission. | approaching primAry. County Seat of Osceola County; Flor

that because he found he .wasn't'"cutting ''They' stopped at the Manhattan hotel. HOW ELL BASS. ida. we It want Is fenced to Hive and full well particulars Improvedand I The "rainyv day" is bound to come sooaer or later, whet hit

: much ice" In the affairs of I FUR CO!'\(",II."A Y. and free booklet to Interested. parr mis-spest'dima and dollar weald come into mighty good ,!*'.
I' TEUTONSNow solicitation of mv manyilpnda
TABS ON TRAITOR At the ties !
,: the nations I have decided to become a 600 ACRES' t miles from town on 11'00.1CounlY 1
the armistice been
that has
i" candidate. for councilman In the approaching Road, brick about half way; The time to throw off the spending habit u BOW- .

the I IJ signed, and peace seems to be certain primary. If elected I will handy to school new church on the I start by depositing just a little each week in this bank "
Ij With the return of spring-lik for economical ,
|i the German sympathizer who has use my Influence an land Rood buildings: mostly prairiebottom i
J days another epidemic has broken out I[[been hibernating is once more crawling and progressive administration FLOYD: lands., adjoining a pretty aad see how much more comfortable and independent
R. 8.
in Kissfonmee: -that of base ball- )j out of his hole. large cheap: ,lake and, If hits you a fine want bearing to know groVe ask, I yon will.feel M the habit grow and your dollars

15 find the enthusiasts here who enjoy Figuratively speaking, get out your I FUll ,COL'' (H.MV.: Nelson and you will get details and multiply. *
I T hereby announce myself n" a -candidate alt ,
It's season for his kind. particulars
the sport are likely to see a number gun. open for the office of Councilman for 20.111111 ACHKH1 good ranch land contains -
!I Until the peace terms have been fixed ''a full term subject to the action of some excellent lakes, fine fishing 1
of good games. I unalterably; until Germany has been the white man's primary, and promise ; and boating, part nice pralrlt.<<
11 reorganized, until law and order has ''If .elected to exert. my beat efforts towards fine for stock or colonisation property -
the upbuilding of Klunlmmeiliv cheap on favorable terms of STATE BANK OF
Nineteen thousand dollars was J been restored in Europe we want no an economical, progressive admlnlstiatlon. l>am.*nt,

i 1.1.realized] in December by ,the truck German propagandists loosed to plead and respectfully nollflt. themipI 80 ..ACRES well improved good buildIngs -
I port of all voters who desire, .tO see ,
the German cause in America. I bearing grove good fences,
growers of Lee county for seven Germany must 'the price of her |our city grow .and Pff.yr., handy to town; great snap at IS.5io;
loads of peppers. Peppers were .t'ar.1 pay I H. really worth $5,<' i ruthlessness.And .
iion-resldvnt .
who will sell for lass
Bluff" in more senses of the I it must'nt be alleviated by any I! FOH f 01'>"('II.MAV. than Its value; a good home RISSIMMEE .
I aBiull
I hereby announce myself 40 ACHKH. 2 miles from ..station fencedInto
I
in the
than this sympathy subtly inspired pub.
one year. councilman '
: f date for re.election a. city two parts, half with
hog tlKhtfencti
t A lie mind by the friends of Germany will appreciate. your support.tv. balance cattle fence; about '
The annual of the Kissim- lurking among us and whispering oily '\'. CA ItSQY. halt In cultivation balance pasture,1 RESOURCES $750000.00 Capital $100,000.00'- .
meeting
,, ; pleas for mercy in our unsuspectingears. ; I COI'xl'11.51AV. >', bearing grove 8H acres., small house.,
I FOil
Golf Club held last week chows good barn nice chicken house and
n nee office of .
I candidate for the
am a 'ard.ood
worth ${,
:} property 00.
that to' have these city cnuiifllman" and solicit the support -
-. organization emerged)i When you encounter one of Easy terms Officer and Directors
in the
Y l ' from the legthary brought about byi fellows, report him piomptly > of theoters primary.of Klsslmmee. 45 ACRE '4 mile from city limits, :

the past war conditions and entering'(''' The federal authorities are just as i approaching GAY C. LIVINGSTON. o.lone orange to land brick, balance road about fine for half trucking good. C., 'A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, "'.P.

keen upon the trail of the German ". and farming owned by widow
; a J. D. JEFFORDS, CashierN.
;
of activities.
ti upon an era 'propagandist today as they were atj I I FOR COINCII.MAXI candidate living In N. T.. wants to sell, IZ600.
I '
I hereby announce myself a
will soon .sell for 1100 B. CARSON )
: 1'any time during the war. for election for one year term as per acre. Justthe I. KATZ

t t The Tampa Tribune is Instigating Germany's friends in America very City (Councilman and will appreciate High place School for and a good p'ice home markets.close Kasypavments. to I C. A. CARSON, JI. FLEMING,

'movement to show the returning the force of your support. .
a 'accurately' appreciate A. 1'1.' .
REEn.I 100 ACRES lust a mile from j N. C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY
f r soldiers for their public opinion. They know rirht'we11 -- city
our gratitude .serr4 i, ,I 'limits, extra good land well drained,
[ that if they could arouse a storm" of j j Pill ('()X-II.MAV. and J. WADE TUCKER, Directors.
vices by offering them their former I T hereby announce myself a candl.date . good buildings In fine stats of e
here for the victims of the tillage must be to be
sympathy ; seen appreciated
of Kissimmee I
+ Jobs.. There is no question but than j'!kaiser's delusion it would .be reflecteJ and for City respectfully Councilman solicit the support -- : ; owned by a Jacksonville man. .

is a practical thing to do and one in the peace' conference.We of the voters In the white man sI We want to. tell y,u just howtgoodthis
farm is Write for particulars) .
they should prize'more highly than want nothing of that sort. We rlmary.. HOWARD V. KATZ. 800 ACRES a real Gentleman's Farm I .

will not. have it. only 1 mile from city limits of Klsslmmee -
just words of praise.

... Had the German's plans gone I I FOH CITY COL'ClL3lNI : : also, Dixie on a Highway county run.lhrou..hfarm. road: fenced A About Real Estate
through: had the Prussian war hereby announce myself a candidate and cross-fenced fine bearing groveof [ Tip
Th agitate' agricultural! department ", for re-election City Councilman :
,, !
? scheme triumphed; had.the kaiser's* 25 acres, besides some young trees,
at1GainesvWe'ie!! advocating:; greater dreams'been realized the world would ,'If''.ubJ."I'.IO elected' I the promlser>"whlte. ,to man'" arlve'the. primary, office 200 acres extra good Hammock land 1e always appreciated

11 I food f campaign{ &on: ;the -. i'vfi the*,same' ; ""1',1'1'I the futur .about. half In cultivation; a fine lot :;I lrf ((4,. :- :\ }/
production., !. II? have been shown no mercy : .f"': painstaking ; of.rich deep prairie land very. proluollvo (those looking,' for, a,',
j \ '' _
i i [grounds that J fiod!fstuffs areiexpected'tosoar $ Germany,musts be a treated |accord' "euciaitlar.t,*thati,i\'d1"I' have!,Jnf'.,theo""sIAH.J'iJ.w FI HotLAWIiONL/
'"sky high"next "summer.1' Itwouldn't imrlv. The eost'of her running' amuck, ;imu\lt$;Introduce\! be seen you to-to be the, appreciated owner and; will + home+aor: !!. site ltt t r _.

the terrific cost in treasure and the FOR CITY CI.KIIK. can deal direct with him.: you Tou get all 'such tr .
'
be bad idea to raise
candidate
a more suf1ferine J. hereby announce myself a t
r
and life and
wful cost in blood 17.108 ACRES Fine Prairie Ranch,
here, ai we are experts' In
ri' for re-election to the office of
) foods here in event-the fenced Into
two .
o any present has been altogether too staggering. pastures; besides
city clerk subject to the action of the"white
i hold-up pasture, cor rails, .stables, e local Real Estate, .el. city
r prices would justify the effort./ man's" primary and hereby solicit dipping vats, good house and other
"
Germany must take the consequences. the support of the qualified vot..rlland Improvements bout three mile' and county properties, and

r + The papers are printing accountsof So keep an eve to windward, an numerous the good friends Influence In mv of behalf my other lakefront In, line fishing. boating And I are In a position to advise'!
shooting season, best
very place
ear to the ground for the German J. R nil.HERT. on the subject of Realty at
for .
.alleged wire tapping stunts.being growing cheap beef In the country -< I
advocate.ArH I POI PITY ('ill'\1I,514.V beef stock of thispasture all times We have at
o'h'.t: present
pulled off in the cities of all parts of I when yo 've' found him, report I hereby announce m\s-lf a candidate every year; no .
". Florida, the last attempt being made him at once. for councilman for all term ofKlsslmmee feed required except natural grasses it upon 5ur books. many desirable -
of the This. .
pasture Is real
a bar.
to the actions of I
k' St. He is a real menace. subject gain. Do I properties that. you
et Augustine, it is said. The .. the "white man's" primary. 1 am for you want to know the
secured --- and price If so, "ask, and )'e shall receive might like to, buy. See u*
I-: urns of money that are vary "THE BIRTH OF A NATION"David economy prOltr""R.GEORGE W FOX. .".
i 2V4 ACRES or more of fine rich dark about them.
,ti according to reports, from 2,000 up.
W. Griffith's epoch-making soil about 3 blocks
from the High
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What we cant, figure out is how a spectacle, "The Birth of a Nation," I hereby announce myself. a candidate School handy to business part of BREAKER REALTY COMPANY ,

man who is duped by that old scheme will be shown in one of its original for the one year term as citycouncilman fine town flowing 6-room well house. two porches, .
and promise If elected to of pure soft water
ever accumulated the money to lose.. productions at the Casino Theatre >make every effort to bulkhead the good; property: remember this ls. KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA
I next Wednesday at 2, 5 and 8 p. m. lake front. right In town and valuable doing
This work, partly from the nature of W, H. ARNOLD. with this. Is a 14 acre orange and
"WELL DONE, GOOD AND FAITHFUL grapefruit grove, about one-thrd| In
the new art partly from the oppo- 1..rlnlbalan"e younger trees. coming
SERVANTS." sition aroused, has excited keener NOTM OF WASTKH'N SALE. ". on; good orange land. 14 mile

r Y.' curiosity than any other of the cur Under and by virtue of a' decree of from. Ry. station .school and church I .
foreclosure and sale, entered on" the also fine pa"kln.hou.e., 220 yards
The editor of the Gazette, who, as rent season. 20th day of January. A. D. 1918. In the from fine new brick road small 'Here'
I chairman of the mass meeting held "The Birth of a Nation" tells %by Circuit Court ot the 7th Judicial Clr. house. ; both properties. $6,600. Easy Well We Are !
film and music the story of a nation clilt of Florida 'In and for Osceola terms of payment These properties
come weks ago, appointed Lewis re-born through the storm and stress County In a certain cause In chancery are growing more valuable I all the .

O'Bryan, C. A. Carson and Alan Mac. of internecine strife Instead of the therein ford Is pending Complainant wherein and Mary.Arthur A. Saf-E can time.he Desirable had If desired..terms of payments.

'I Ponough a committee of citizens' to four to six scenes of the conventional Donegan, Aramlnta E. Bass Walter 1-ROOM cottage .and *. large lots In

; inquire into and suggest the most play its technique permits of filming C.Holmes Uass,Company Wesley are Ivey Defendants and Baker A I city town limits and 2 both acre for farm$678.just Time outside on A Little Disfigured But Still Doing Business at the Same Old Place

feasible literally thousands of scenes and cov- Milton Pledger a. Special :Master: In part If desired and Same Old Sales
plan with probable costs of Style: Quick and Small Profits
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t ti' ering a wide range of history and Chancery will offer for sale and will. HOUSE four large rooms, nice location ;

{/I fcnlkheading the lakefront, is pardonably characters. Slavery the prime cause sell to the highest and best bidder for truck and five land lots In town and 6 acres 16 oz. to the Pound and 100 cts. on the Dollar.
with
' cash at the Court House door. at Klsslmmee fine flowing well
;
I"" ,. proud of the work of that of the Lincoln's call for
{ comTnittee. war; troops In said County and State, during very valuable. land: extra productive ,
I ,. Whether you agree with the to subdue the Southern States; the the legal hours of sale on Monday, soil, owned by a non-resident. Both .

i, "Ir committee in its findings or not you've ball on the eve of Bull Run and the certain the 4th day tract of of March land A.In D.said 119.countyand that can successful.be had farming for $2,500 should. One pay year's for FLOUR. No. 2 Peas ______________.. .18*
first of Confederate
y I!:' got to admit that its work was thoroughly the devastation triumph wrought by arms Sher; State described In said decree as these terms. of two properties Favorable Gold Medal, 24-Ib sack_--___ 'l.70 No. 2 Corn ________-_______- :.18
follows to-wit payment can be had
: on
i t and comprehensively a com- man's march and the awful ordeal of Lot 'our (4) of Cape Breeze, according these properties. Pillsbury, 24-lb sack--______ 1.70 Best Butter tb _____*______ ; .1.0.

plished. Messrs. O'Bryan Carson the siege of Petersburg; Lee' surren- M MacDonough's to Richard H. Plat Ludlait filed and In the George of- :NELSON HKAl/TY COMPAVKKlwlssmee. Self-Rising, 24-lb sack--_-__ 1.70 Oat Meal, 3 Ibs ____________ .25

G .. ; end MacDonough, in conjunction with der to Grant at Appomattox; the as- flee of the Clerk of the Circuit Courtof Flrtds> Meal and Grit-5lbs: __ .25 Graham Flour, 3 tbs ._u__ .25 "I
.saisination of the Federal President said .0.
; County on the 10th of August
1 j i the committee from the city council )I'I'l 'the harsh radical policy to the stricken A. D. 1111, and recorded day among ONE Mahogany Cabinet Brunswick Black Eye Peas, lt>--____ ___ .10 Peaches heavy syrup _____. .29 . '

l : composed of W. W. Carson A. S. South the of the Ku the public records of said County In Phonograph, new will sell or tradeRegular Apricots, heavy syrup ...... .32
; uprising Platt Book One ((1) page KprtynineFor. price 26000. Address 8 Navy Beans, Ib ..________ .15
Heed and G. M. Taylor deserves the Lluk Klan and the overthrow of the .
(19) K Chapman, 203 Mabbette .35.EKg Plums .19
8t.7ltp Lima Beans 2 Ibs __ ----- ---------- 'iJ.J
t undivided thanks of the citizens of carpet-bagger regime--these great the purpose of satisfying said 0.0. '
All Pancake
Ib
Flour ______ .15
decree. Terms of sale Irish 15 lbs to .60
factors and events in review be- cash purchaser FOR RENT OR 8ALK-10 acres of potato Potatoes peck
( Kissimme for their arduous and pass to pay for title.. land under good Mate of cultivation Corn FlakeX 2 for, ________ .25
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Ii fore the thrilled spectator.The MILTON PLEDOER, FOR SALE-g-room* bunga Good White Bact>n, ___u___ 28

I..... painstaking work in behalf of this love interest of the play is Special' Master In Chancery. low; 6-room bungalow; 5-room bungalow Best Bacon --________---___ .38 Post Toasties, 2 for ________ .25
much desired improvement. based on the friendship between the V. a. FlTAR UCK. a; rock botton price. J. A. Shreaded Wheat, pkg. __ .14
Solicitor. for Complainant 7-4t Barclay 200 Bryan St. 7-tf. Breakfast Bacon, 55c and u .60 *---
Cameron of South and
Carolina the Matches package __........ .05
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60-70 Prunes Ib __ ______ .20
f, INCOME TAX EXPERTS. Stonemans of.Pennsylvania, two families NOTICE OF APPLICATION: FOR TAX FOR RALE Ford Car good condition u ,
involved in the struggle. Ben DEED. S. R. Labadle, Klsslmmee Fla. 4-4t. Arbuckles Coffee, lbe_0.0._ ..28PicniC Ham Ib ____________ .82 .:
Internal Revenue Collector James
Cameron the gallant clansman of the "; ; No. "Snowdrift __- 2.45 .
White House Ib u-
NOTICE Is Coffee .40
hereby given, that Alfred FOR RENT Nice Furnished House. u
"f. Cathcart is out circularto
sending a Dixon stories appears again in the H.No Link purchaser of Tax Certificate Apply to J. McPhatter. ZS-tf Maxwell House Coffee, Ib __ ..40'No.4 Snowdrift ____________ 1.25 ti
2(7 dated
the the 4th
It press warning against so-call role of Tomatic here; the piquant day of November ,

'.' A. ed income tax experts, in which he Northern girl Elsie Stoneman as the the, A 7th. D.day IMS of; Certificate July A. D.No.11102.S3 dated and FOR at attractive SALE!-Second-hand prices. Osceola Ford Motor cars No. 2 Tomatoes ____u______ .15 Lard, Compound, Ib ........ .28 ,

ti #ays in part: heroine. Mr. Griffith took most of Certificate. No. 40, dated the Sih day of Co.. >07 Broadway.
the scenes in the great out-of-doors, July A. D. 1903. bas filed said certifi !
t' "Taxpayer should not allow them where Nature painted the backgrounds calla In my office and has mad application DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to M. EVERYBODY INVITED TO INSPECT OUR SANITARY STORE

. fcelves to be imposed upon by strangers and army men directed the with for tax law.deed Maid to certificates issue In accordance ems Tiller. AND, GET PRICES. Our Motto Is: Cordiality; 16 .ox. 'to the ';,

who claim to be Income Tax ex battle campaigns. The notable indoor brace the following described property, FOR RENT-B-room house furnished. : .. pound and 100 Cants on the Dollar. : _
scenes like Ford's Theatre on situated In Osceola county, Florida, to. 10-room house furnished: housekeeping .
,
perts.. They should discriminate wit: rooms! unfurnished dwel. OF TOWN ORDERS SHIPPED SAME DAT '
carefully between really helpful au- the night of Lincoln's tragedy the The Northwest quarter of the Southeast lings. Mr. E. .B. Wells. tf. ,
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peace at Appomattox, and the South quarter (NW of SE% ) of S.". curVT
thoratlve advice in tax matters, and Carolina Legislature of 1870 are exact tion II f Township *5 South Rang 21 FOR, SALE-Eighty sorest.; 12 acres
PRICE
": East cleared and under fence; S acre In CASH GROCERY
:: the Irresponsible brand peddled under fac-simil of the originals. Altogether The said lands being assessed at the bearing orange rrovs; .000 worthof

"''t .' ,glittering pretenses.' it is the first time in art- date of Issuance of said -e.rtncat! s In cypress timber; on tract four- -
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"" production that.history ,the large the name of Unknown Alice Oreen, and room house and kitchen. Also (0 < ; Phone 141 422 Broadway : :
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1Ir'1.r "The Bureau if arranging to fur- J. **. and ,;; ,
hag; been in / T. Ray.' Unless said -eel'. a bead of cattle and .a rood bunch ofran .
+ benefit of Income Tax presented living pictures.To Ideates shall be redeemed. according *.. hots loose on the rang ,. :
t:1: 'pLh.,.. fof file : do this, yiany times the amount to law, tax dyed will Issue tbereoa'onI :Farming. tool. and Implements.! 1.0.

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Mrs. J. E. 'Richards o'f St., Cloud I] //Miss Clara Frier; who his l' been Mrs. G.'M. Baas,-who> as..been. 'quite

r :I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS II Casino Theatre I was Mrs. the'Warren week-end.Frace.guest of Mr. 'and. j!turned nursing home..patient in Orlando has ret I I in IH for health.some time., is now"' nO'_improving- 3 : m

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... 'o .o.. .o.o.o.o oo ooo I Use Pyrox. It saves 'money. For Week of ftbruary'JMatl -- "
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ee 3:80.: Night 7:15-8:30:
sale at Central Drug Store.

: j Weather Report'FoUuwlng' There will be services at the Shingle -
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) : Creek Church next Sunday morning MONDAY
k at 11 o'clock, and on each Sunday Something Extra Good, and
thereafter until further notice. 10th' Episode "A Fight for a Million." '

) ; are daily tempera* Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Behlen and Mr. --
turn and precipitations as reported and Mrs. L. Brockway, of Cleveland TUESDAY s iANO'
'' by Government station Ohio were a party of tourists looking Metro presents Emmy Whelan in GRA
at Kisslmmee fothe week ending about Kissimmee this week. They "HIS BONDED WIFE." $

: Thursday, Jan. 30, 1919 were guests at the Gray stone hotel. Screen Telegram .

,TJ.:' Max.: MIn. Rain Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Tucker of Mar.

Thursday -?_ 75 64 .14 shall. Mich., who have been touring WEDNESDAYD. 4
f':' Friday uu__.. 79 59 South and West Florida for the past W. Grjfnth presents "THE BIRTH - r
\ month Wednesday here while OF A NATION;'
spent
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: Saturday \_. 80 64 .
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fen route for their home. 2p.. m., 5 p. m. 'and 8 p. m. 2
.:." '. 10 Sunday ........ 75 59. F. 'E. Creelman and wife of High Children. '25, cents: Adults 50 cents.

'P: Monday ....,...., 73 '52Y II Point N.' C., are' prominent ,among Wednesday February 5 ,
;fA Tuesday .."..., 68 50 those whd are spending some time THURSDAY :
",. Wednesday ..__ 71 43 here this winter. Mr. Creelman has William Fox presents Peggy' Hylarid
lumber interests In this section. in "THE GIRL WITH NO RE
00,+00000000 00 00-, + Miss Mary Ilodnett, wh'o hat been GRETS."

Miller attending the Plant City High School, 'I Harold.. Loyd Comedy..
For Sale-Four mules,W.. j; ; ..,; .
V ('has returned home for an indefinite ---
y 46-tf |stay, as the school has been closedto FRIDAY
1, George Yocum from Ashton, .111., enable the authorities to stamp. out William Fox presents a Super Fea-
f' arrived Saturday to spend a month influenza. ture," "WilY. I WOULD NOT, MAR.'
here. Mr. and Mrs David Cohen of Cincinnati RV." I .
Pyrox, for sale .by Central Drug.' : Ohio, old-time friends of Mr. Fatty Arbuckle and Mabel Normandin : '
Si/ore. |and* Mrs. C. N. Paver, arrived here "FATTY ANDclABEL'ADRU'T'"
Lieut. S J. Entrikin 'Narcoossee,!,Thursday.to' spend a month or more.
,i was transacting business in Kissim-' ',They will be domiciled at the dome. of SATURDAYTriangle ,. ""I

",mee, 'Monday. ;i I Mrs. ''Thornton__ presents Wm. Desmond in
Good farm in Kansas for Florida' Pyrox-bugs and Insects cannot "THE PRETENDER." e
property' Nelson Realty Company. ,stand it. For sale by Central Drug 2nd Episode Pearl White in' THE
, .! Lieutenant J. C: Couzens came up Store. LIGHTNING RAIDER"
. from Carl trom Field to spend the'P J. L. Overstreet, acompanied by hisdaughters Sunshine, Comedy; "WHO'S YOUR '

,' weekend with friends this week. Misses Lois and Alta Ruth, FATHER._ ,
f.i. Several good places in town to exchange -' and Dot'Makinson and L'b Ledbetter ,0
Coming Monday, Feb. 10th Ex-Sgt.
Ilaines
it' for Florida orange groves. motored to City for a few
'Nelson Realty Company. .hours with Mrs. Overstreet's sister, Billy Hart with "THE KAISER"Mies

j.i, lion. T. Fernley Brooks, of Phila- 'Mrs. J. O. Oook.I .

'-w helphia, III'in our city looking after 1 Capt. B. F. Hall and ton, Ed Hall, Mattie Bell Harris'is expected
large land interests for a northern came up from Okeechobee City last home from Winter Haven tonight to
client. week for a few days Mr. Ed Hall spend the week-end.
t[went on to' Tampa to take the steam
Hear Marie Rappold 1 on the New engineer's examination They returned E. E. ,Livermore of St. Cloud, was xt0
Edison "The Phonograph with 0a
among the Tuesday visitors noted Qn
home Wednesday:
,Soul," at Central Drug Store." .. the streets of Kissimpiee.
P. K. Weaver who has been .In Pie Hiss Lillian Harris went to Winter
Navy Department of Uncle Sam's army i Haven Friday afternoon to spend the Music exactly as it is rendered,
has wc>k-end with her eater :Miss: Mattie I can be heard on the New'Edison. For
been honorably discharged
and has returned home. Bell Harris who Is teaching in the sale by Central Drug Store. Let us
'nubile schools there. She returned demonstrate. *
Anna Case will for forever
sing you ,
home
: on the New Edison, "The Phono- I I' Sunday evening. J. A. Mann and wife of Omaha,
praph with a Soul." Central DrugStore Miss Albina Smith, county demon- Nebr., arrived in Kissimmee Tuesday
, agents. stration, agent, held a community for a brief stay. They registered at I
sing at Shingle Creek Sunday after-
f Dr. J. Pike Powers and daughter ]noon. Miss Smith was accompanied the Manhattan hotel. rriw
Miss Frances, are here from Knoxville Congressman W. J* Sears was call i
Hiv Misses Nellie
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Tenn,. and are guests at the Whitner and Rhae McQuarrie Cooper ed home last week by the illness of e
Graves' House. They will remain for Pherigo. Mrs. Sears who is still confined to
:; the season. I I( Mrs J. Earls Lupfer received a her home at this writing.
.wire intelligence !
Sunday bringing the sd
Good in Kansas 80 well for rent,
Mo. improved
acres
t' property City, of the death of her J.iste-r. Mrs.Wilev .
to exchange 'for Florida property. [ Blaslngame at her home: inBirmingham good'chance for tenant. Also// have
Full particulars to interested parties. Ala. Mr*. Blasingame'sdeath one acre and a two acre place for
1'' Nelson Realty Company. | was caused by pneumonia. rent close to town, one in town. Nel-* 2p.m.,5p.mand8pam. v'
For Sale Cheap--Fibroid Travel-, I son Realty Company.
era Telescopes, assorted sizes, for Kissim-mee Miss Miriam Skilton of DeLand,
hand carrying or train checking; I( county Oome let us show was in town today arranging the final PRICES: 25 Cents for Children; 50 Cents for'Adults
'' some with lock buckles. Enquire at I Nelson Realty details for opening. a beauty parlorin .
525 Mabbette street. 72t. I I you. Company. the Gray tone Hotel. Miss I Skilton <
'l .Mr.. and Mrs. Johnny Schmidt're- 1'4
3 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Goodchild of' has been a frequent visitor here and
turned home yesterday from Key friends who will be to
has glad
? Providence R. I., are spending another many
West ,Mr. .Schmidt having been hon-
know she is locating in Kissimmee.
winter the city and are domiciled
orably discharged from the l He
at the home of Mrs. C. E. Frank ,will resume' his position as navy prescription .

tin on Emmett street. clerk at Roberson's Pharmacy.The .....
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t Fred Ferguson and family, and girls backet ball team of the
' ., Mrs Root, of Kansas City left Kiseimmee Osceola high, school will play the Ca. '
:r -.. Tuesday for a ten days auto thedral school team nt Orlando this .4;
. trip to Daytona Palm IBeach and afternoon, and it is expected that a .
: Miami after which they will, return large crowd of spectators will motor .

i: to Kissimmee. toOrlando to witness the game. I.' ...
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. Wimberly McLeod formerly located.11I' I. A. S. Nelson is authority for the "
Kl lmmee. and who left here some statement that Capt. 0. 'C. Daisy of
ago to enlist in-the army, spent Wichita', Kans., who is spending the
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few days here this week accompani- winter in Kissimmee. has offered t)
by his father and brother, 9F, pay $2,000 for a lot on' the lakeshore.
I U 1. McLeod. .e- ,. providing the bulkhaading! .Js put

Stij'Johns Guild of the!s!Episcopal through "'; \\\C\ \ t ,,<;, .
,"will hold its regular-meeting Sgt; Hunter billiard arrived in Kis: 4
..t the home of Mrs.. G. T. Singeltary simmee Saturday to spend -short
next Tuesday afternoon; Feb. 4th, at furlough wrth his parents and other,
3 o'clock. All the ladies of the church THE UNIVERSAL ,+
relatives here. He i is in the Experi- ..
are cordially invited. I I mental Laboratory of the Motor Trans- I

. J. E. Brown manager of the Central port Corps at Camp Holibird Baltimore 151I
Drug Store returned home Mon. Md. .
. day night from Jacksonville, wherehe Mr. and Mrs. -W. K. :Mancy: of I
went to spend the week-end with King's Mountain, N. C., Mrs. Julius
, Mrs. Brown 'and little Robert Emmett Moultry, of St. Louis! Mo.and Mrs.
'
'\i-\ that ,city who are visiting relatives in Tenn.Mona, Foster'Were a McAdoo party of of tourists Knoxville motoring -, The policy of the Ford Motor Company to sell its '

.. Misses Grace E. and Inez Atkins, from Dayton: this week for a
+ Miss Lillian Potter and Mr. and Mrs. short stay here. '
t. .O'. Maynard L. Stone of Providence visitors R. L C. B. Whipple of Bingha: ton, N. cars for the lowest possibleprice; consistent with dependable

are among the regular winter Y., is looking after his property interests -

,,( returning to Kissimmee for another f at Kissimmeo this week. Mr. quality is too well known to require com '
" season. They are pleasantly located Whipple Is a great believer in the ,
at Mrs. C. V. Bearden's home on Emmett I
. ,. future of this state and owns large
street. oroperty interests at other points as ment. Therefore because of present conditions '
,I$;.: L. A. Hamilton made the statement I well as at Kissimmee.Miss . ,
rf. at the bulkhead meeting Tuesday '

""", night that Toronto Canada, is now I I Winter Clair Park Hathaway last week' was as relief called operator to- there can be no change in the prices on Ford cars: .
putting twelve millions of dollars into vRunabout
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.. I to fill the place of the regular
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a bulkhead proposition, using a dirt
operator who Yr. retaining wall, the same as recommended : home' Sunday Misses Wenner and .
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: by the committee in its .report I $500.00
, 'Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. B. M.\ Hall
at' the. mass. meeting Tuesday 'I motoring to Winter Park for her. .
night. c
100 acres best land in county fine
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I< Sergeant Nathan Bryan a former tillage well located, well drained, Touring Car 525.00 .
'member of the 118th artillery band, I must be seen to be appreciated. Let ,
, returned to his home in this oityTuesli us show you a real farm. Nelson
; li$*, having been mustered out of '
Realty Company.
" the service at Camp Gordon on Jan. I Couplet 650.00
4' 17th. Nathan's unit was sent oversEas I Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Fox. their son, -
and spent several months in 'W. E. Fox and wife, and Mrs. Allis

: Fiance. lie talks interestingly of hill Galyon of Knoxville Tenn., Mr. and '
/ .
I Mrs. P. A' Anderson of Bearden, Chassis ' 475.00
I II'+ army life, and tho he is glad to get: .
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wouldn't' take Tenn., and Rull Bass, have returned
back home he anything
from a ten day trip down the east
he has
for the experiences gone I
if through. coast, where they visited Daytona. Sedan 775.00
Fort Pierce. Palm, Beach, Miami and
y': Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Carpenter of Key West. .
,', ' Lima, Ohio arrived last week to
p.. ; .... spend the winter as guests at the Osceola Beautiful water front on St. Johns .
furnished fine fishing Truck Chassis 550.00
is river house well -
:r: hotel, Mr. Carpenter a retired -
ja railroad conductor, as well as and boating; owner wants to exchange
, G. A. R. veteran, and draws pensions for property in Osceola county -
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These f. b. Detroit
;,, from the Illinois Central R. R. ; fine property. See Nelson Realty prices o. ,

Co. and the U. S. government. Mr. Company.Dr. .
'; and Mrs. Carpenter are now spending J. Pike Powers and daughter,
i a few days at St. Petersburg, but expect Miss Fanny M. Powers, of Knoxville,
, +' to return to Kissimmee for the Tenn., have arrived in Kissimmee to Osceola Motor Company :
- remainder of the sea on.Ik I spend the winter and are comfortably
: located at the Graves House. Dr.
"The Birth of
'..,. The director put on I Powers and Miss Fanny have both Authorized Agents ..
a Nation" as no other film played- .. ,
before and have
visited Kissimmee .
f.-t.
not evel"Cabarla" or "Quo Vadia ,
had been put on. He used half of agreat many return.friends here who are welcomingtheir 307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE FLA .t '
state for this' locale; 150 years / ,
"The Birth of a Nation" is an In- ,
of American history as his subject; ." ,' '
.I!," .,. 18,000 people as his actors; 3,000 ride- spiring story of romance, love and S. r. JifcM1
iz\-, \: rs and steeds as his cavalry; 5,000 patriotism culminating: in the "times .. ; t.
. \ scenes instead of a few scores or a that tried men's souls," the times of Sf
)(. i few hundred. His work dwarfed the Civil War and Reconstruction., Suggested ,
;;; ''j old-faahUned stage art to such pet by' Thomas Dixon's. "The .
.\ ,. tines that many aro wondering .Clansman," it coven a far wider -..
' whether the so-called "indoor" drama scope and imparts a vastly greater
Kti Is not doomed to long and possibly thrill. At the Grayrton Caaino
I- total eclipse. At the Grayrton. Car Wednesday. 'Feb. '5th, at .2, .8. and 8

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enrollment, Mrs> E. L. 'Robinson, Mrs. . . . . .tottoooOt.oooo. 4

W. W. Blount, Mrs. W. A. Cunning- I, t
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ham.Wednesday morning: the women '
held a meeting from 1 to 8, at the ; i
First Baptist church and then' wentto GoatManu-re z
the Tampa Bay Casino for the
morning program, of the convention 'f
Drink > muchPOSTUM proper. :
as At 1:30: in the First Church, Mrs We have just taken'in '..,cargo of Venezuelan Coat Manure ,
A. E. ,Gammasre "of Tarpon Spring ,, .
I led the devotional, which was followedby .a -
which analyzesAmmonia
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one minute talks from some rep.
resentatlve of each society Forty .. tJ
I minutes were taken by responses, f il- t
lowed by election of officers MrsB .. "n per cent ':, ':
W. Blount reported for the I Missionary ',. 0 *
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II. Training School ,at Louisville -- Potash 3 per cent 'I
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Ky. This school receives its sups r' ,
from the Southern Baptist Conven !
tion. Seated on the platform \vepf Goat Manure, will put "Iite'" into your soil without adding germs :. .i
nine from the trinin
graduates '

: roc school Mrs TeBow, w'fe of one, o' 1 ; of 'disease or weed c seeds.: Write, ro'r: prices. .
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: as you care the ministerial students of the 11:8ville \ : : I '
school. Miss MrCIureva$ fr"1"the .
.; class of '18; Miss $II'ton. ,1\; '
I' ;Miss Cunninghar.f.( '15: M': Kin!!' ," :. Tobitier; .
Wilson & Fertil.erJCo.Manufacturers :
'15;' :Miss Taylor 11; Miss :\ft'chp.JI' l!
:' : ""H;?:Mlm Joerjr. '15; :Miss' Wi'liims' : < , .' Ideal Fertilizers] : '
"; : Unlike co'fTee hich disagrees '15. Following these talks were red' ' f1
; ornitiendations of executive: committee I,! Jacksonville. Fla. tt
i ,. A few minutes spent in busi
; < with I :- ness. ,
"
: many -- you . '
,
Prayer and ''n-short timeto be I
< sovial.
; >-M"fr4 M-M"4r4444>4"e">< . 04.4+444.
: .. When.the autos arrived to take
.
', ? carp 'drink, as iy>aiy cups 'ofPosfcuip the Happiness worn en"and to visit,,the.Italian the New-House mission of in '7


-"i as. you: care for New West House Tampa., ,'?:we On were our greeted arrival in by this 33 ) Export Trade < -

,
children in the large class room. As '

;;n \> with I))0 fear f nervousness, I.-we visitors entered their they little all seats.arose, giving!: the

While the little folks stood up in Latin AHicrtca
u' ::: sleeplessness or other ) front of the' black board facing the ; 'N
n' I
annoyance guests! and sang 4<'Ve.Welcome YOU, What Sells Here Sells There
'. We Welcome You," in our language. r

. ; f to beaItbfor Postum Then all left the room except two wishing to market their products in Latin Ameri- .r
little girls who sang! for us, "When t
: the Roll Is Called Up Yonder;" ,this will be benefitted by communicating with our Export Bureau. ,
: i is pure and wboleso) )>e and was in Italian. On leaving the room >'
We sell
they soon returned' with five other can your goods through our ,
:: ; little girls and gave a flag drill partly .
contains harmful ele ..
no
t I song. : Native Sales Representatives
The writer has seen the same drill
:. . t noeryt sucb a.stbe drug given many times by University and trade connections.; Publicity in two hundred Latin American bt'
young people, and they never grave
I It in better time or better behavior.: ..Newspapers and two hundred Salons (Motion Picture Theatres) +

v. : 'caffeile it coTfec.Your The perfect attention to businesswas in South and Central America will the of
; ) certainly commendable to their carry story your pro-

,R.,. Instructors. Florida can be proud of ducts straight to the Merchants, Business Men, Buyers and Consumers 'il
some of the Christian work accomplished
sells Postum. among! the foreign population.Miss in these. South American Countries.
grocer I Fannie Taylor superintends the "
j j House of 'Happincs and with her ltal- Co-operative Catalogues
ial helpers"received the guests! on the ,!

upper looms floor where in Miss their Taylor beautiful and living her We are assembling our 1919 catalogue printed in the languageof \ ::1

t hiPC. Italian trained :Misses served: the South and Central American Republics "- j
f their guests with blackcoffee) in dain.ty" t !
'< with Italian pignutalee. These .' 1
cups !
5- u --- ---- - ---- - If
interested write, wire ca.ll
or
I weJ(4; made by an Italian woman. If
f !TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL this; Is not spelled coreetly the public .
can call on Mrs. Bell Modi. Anyhow, r
she. will pronounce it.
Leaving West Tampa we were taken Aa.ifRiASSOCtAlION
SESSION OF W M. U ALLIED
I to the Cuban Chapel in Ybor City.
II As the shades of night were fast ASHLAND BLOCK CHICAGO, U. S. A.
I drawing upon us, we hastened back' " 1
I By Mrs! E. S. Ball to the city for supper, so we only 1.1
.
had a glimpse of the Chapel and a few _. \.1-
i At the Baptist State Convention
: : I
of the Cuban children
as they were
_held in Tampa last week a represen-
in the
playing yard.
tative from each church askedto
was SEED POTATOESFor "
Other missionaries employed are
make a short report for the l local i"
Miss Danby; Miss Mitchell Miss Jo-
+ The stately beauty of papers, of the Woman's Missionary and Miss McClure. At ,Ybor City
reg Spring planting December and
January
Union proceedings and Mrs. E. S. Mine Merriman, ; delivery; .i...
1
are employed superintendent -
Florida plants and treesThat Hall from the First Baptist Churchof ; Mrs. P. E. King Miss Williams ; Highest quality MAINE grown. F" .1:
Kissimmee
prepared'the following for Prices .
and Miss Sutton. Write print quantity desired We handle !
report of the sessions .
ha mad famous the surroundings( of many of her public building which we take pleasure interesting in printing: women Thursday met in morning the Casino.from 8 The to meet 9,the Spanldiof No. 4 Rose, Irish Cobbler, Early Red Bliss Triumpb ,

may be enjoyed too by the owners of even humble homes. Just The Twenty-Fifth Annual session ing was led by Mrs. Peelman ,who New Crop Turnip, Cabbage Onion Seeds and Sets. f

a little planting will change otherwise dreary home grounds: into lj in>f connection the Woman's with Missionary'the Union presented the annual report of the We carry all 'the leading and standard varieties of Seed that have been .J
Southern
.: ,,//-I : ., places of color and warmth where life ,really is worth living.! And tist Convention convened' in the First Bap- stated woman's that work$.,500 in the was,convention.our apportionment She- tested and known to be best. adapted to our soil and climate.
('=I"k should it ever be to rent or to sell the this Baptist Church Tampa Tuesday, at Largest Seed Oats Seed ,
+" ,1.; necessary property, planting and we had gone' over the top Crop Rye, Seed Wheat, Rape, Vetch, Barley, -
,; \i will add to the value I a great,t, deal more, than the cost: making it.t mass 1:30: Jan.meeting 14th tale after having big by rafting 760066. It was moved English Peat, Beans, Etc, I':
night before. The
\ that the report be ,adopted. Carried \
< 1:30( devotional meeting was led by Our, Descriptive Catalogue FREE on Request
What t the plantini akould be, when to make It and how ode.oat.m.ll Mrs. Peelman then gave addresses
.T* tbiafl told ky tha new Royal Palm :Huraerlr catalog, tbe "B.autlful'GrouDd. np.n.e Mrs. A. E.Berry, of the Palm Avenue on the ,W. M. U. of the Southern Baptist BLUE RIBBON, LAYING MASH MAKES YOUR HENS LAY. ;
Book," copy free on application.; Church. After song "Come Holy Convention 'and spoke of books ITALIAN RYE LAWNS -
a Spirit" the leader read from the 98th studied by the different societies. FOR : .., ..
Psalm "Make a Joyful Noise Unto ,
'j" REASONER BROTHERS I ROYAL PALM Ni'RSERIESONECO. the Lord." Prayer was then offered -Mrs.: Van Hood stated that this in
"
I FLORIDA by Mrs.\ Peelman. After song, "Jesus a glad day when women represent tr
r Calls Us O'er the Tumult" the mo- consecrated prayer all over the Stateof d d.1i
tion to adopt the program as printed, Florida. "What I tell you, I wantyo'
t I except for one little change carried. ) to remember brother pastors.:' ,
------ - ---- -- -- ---- Last raised this
: t Committees on enrollment resolutions year we $1,867; year. .
I ; 679966. It is not a side issue, we
,
4-0 0titiN3HGw{ r5S 60 'i480+> Y4G4 Y{i h. '.C q '+ pointed.memorial Representatives and press! ,from were each ap stand right side by side with the men. .: f

I circle were nominated by some mem- We have graded system in our work I'j
9th ANNUAL SUBTROPICAL ber present from their home circle. we give our hearts blood, when we! OLDEST ''j
t Mrs. E. S. Hall was chosen from Kis give our children to the work. If ESTABUSnEDSE -
foveytan
simmee Circle. These the men were as much interested in WRITE PoR cmoo :t.
representativeswere
the salvation of the world *, the I HOUSE IN FLORIDA ,.1'
called to the front to take min, a .WEEKLY PRICE LIST ;
MIDWINTER FAIR utes of the procedings of each ses- women, what might 'We not accomplish 1 sion to present to their home paper. ? -
Following with greetings to the visiting Thursday 1:30: ; devotional led by 11J'
ladies given by Mrs. J. A. Mellon Mrs. Ethel' Bell Stevens Orlando. '
l of Tampa vice-president of W. M. U. Person Service report Mrs. E. C.
t GREA T VICTOR Y AND Response was beautifully given by Aneell, Lakeland; Report of R. A. ..Jt
Mrs. E. Van Hood of Ocala. and Sunbeam Superintendents Mrs. ,
Recognition of visiting workers I II O. E.TeBow, Dade City: report on lit- !U o.o.o
.1 .. PEACE EXPOSITION Mrs. N. C. Wamboldt, in well chosen erature was written by Mrs. O. B. .
. words presented the annual address Falls and read by a member. In the ':
I I as president. discussion Mr_. feel man mode the
Official reports were given In very statement that Mrs. O. B. Falls was -WANTED- :
: short time. Mrs. Peelman reported the only one in the State of Florida
I t t | 5 : COUNTIES : INVITED : TO : EXHIBIT 1 for corresponding secretary treasurer thft had finished the full course of
[ and auditor. Adopted. books. presented by the board and I Your Poultry and I
Mrs. Peelman then gave the report received her certificate from the board. fggs .1
: ( for the executive committee and divisional Mrs. Peelman also stated that as far
7 I vice-presidents. as "she, haa been able to find out Mrs.
ORLANDO
FLORIDA
I A short conference of vice'pr"il-< : Falls was the only one in the South We will pay cash and can use all the
dents was conducted by Mrs. E. VanI that had finished the course. (So :J
f I I Hood. Mrs. J. G. Edwards of Jacksonville much for Florida.) eggs you can ship. We can furnish
gave the report of Y. W. A. The audience then rose! with..bowed .
FEBR Y with the
11-14 1919 I!and O. A., Mrs. Jennie A. Bean of heads while Mrs. J. E. Gamer of you empty ten1 dozen egg a '

Arcadia reported for Margaret Educational Wauchula read the report of the cases with fillers at 40c each f. o: b.
Fund. The Chair appointed memorial committee after which .
l I'I committee.Mrs. which prayer! was offered. Tampa. Get in touch with us.
; The War it Over..Come Celebratethe, Great Event I Van Hood introduced Mrs. 0 Solo by a young lady. I' ;t
I|K. Reeves of Bradentown, who read SAffOLD BROS.
Consecration service led by Mrs.J. PRODUCE CO. 1
; her
. : . With U report. Mrs. Calkins not nresent. A. Lamb of Palmetto. Closed.
iher report was read by Miss Edwards
\
of Jacksonville. Mrs. At the conclusion of the meeting TAMPA, FLORIDA .
FINEST FAIR IN FLORIDA GUARANTEED ,!: Peelman, iri her
Mrs. Wamboldt
usual pleasing was presented with .

,t 1 Wonderful Exposition of Fruits, Fieldnd, Garden Crops, Stock, Poultry I'I Superintendents.trlUnpoe of the future manner work gave of the a as arm an boquet expression of exquisite of appreciation carnations of .... ;

Art, Domestic, Education. t The work of the Young Women her work. f
Auxiliary was discussed Mrs. Peel- .....Ho O..O.HOUOHO. 0 0 00.0 0-0 oo.'OOO-o" OH".Oo :',
Best Races {Sa the State. Airplane Exhibit. ma being the first to speak, after Few Escape. ,.'",

JOHNNY JONES'' FAMOUS SHOWS. which Wrighton Mrs.of Van Ocala Hood who introduced spoke of Mrs.her having There at are least few one indeed cold who during escape the Block of Five Lots For Sale! jj c:::

work in the Y. W. A. Others taking winter, months and they are fortunate .
part were: Mrs O. R. Reeves, Miss who have but one and get through
{r ,FOUR DAYS' OF PLEASURE & INSTRUCTION Taylor of the Italian mission in West with it quickly and without any ser 25Ox2O8Ft. Located In South Part
Tampa, ''and Mrs. White of Miami. ions consequences: Take Chamber- of Town. ; ; 4

j$ .0' 0 Ot, .'O"Of ".U", ".. OC O o06 OUU UU 0-0+ I Committees were: resolutions appointed by Mrs.the J.president Dean lain's directions Cough with Remedy each and bottle observe, 'and you the Eighteen inch fall to City Ditch. Oyer half "if

; I Adcock, Mrs. J- C. Mahon and Miss are likely to be one of the fortunateones. rich .muck land. Flowing well obtainable., '
Ea r Jennie Camp; memorial, Mrs. J. E.; The worth and merit of this Good
garden soil. Will
\; 'o, Cold CuM Grip and InflaMZ Pt| Cured .la 6 to 1'1/ba-s: .' Gamer, Mrs. D. W. Burk and Mrs., remedy has been :fully,proven. Thereare sell. cheap for cash.
1',yl 1 j LAXATIVE 8IOMO IfPttTsMatSI--W .u OINIVEIfT A, C. Moore; nominating Mr.: many families who have always 1
,1" .1, _-.... 4r eayeee'.SM Qetaloe" I i.. 1o4_P... '..ri au.5i .. D. W. Burke: Mrs. Calklns..Mr] Wy.''I'' used,It.:for years when troubled 'with Apply Valley Gazette, Kissimmee i

f. jM.GlOVi'fstprstsresoboeL'tMs" : l! : ..ww..ckka..... .... .... tlull.ndve, =..._...eIo." I"-White. Mm., Fries. Mr- Lamb. Mr a ovrh- cold, and with" the very f
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tr.!! : - .' Mrs. :Rawls and Mr*.. LeBow;,! best results. +*+t+ft+tfrMtfftM+ttt tfr fttcifloooM'0) (>o ofooso<> 's

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THE mSIM EE VALLEY GAZETTE.: FRIDAY, JANUARY 31,.1!1' l "SEYtRf

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-' J> ''NEW BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS NO TWO "FLU". ; red ery carnations.with Just a hand full of sp'.cey1 I ACHES AND PMNSQIIIcKLYREIEVED .


ANNOUNCEMENT( They were gLowing' deep red and
REINS
t i TAKES WITHOUT A RIPPLEThe CASES ALIKEDr. soft clear Marschel Neil roses and

dainty pink ones of oaring shades
--
.. They were aU on the Barber
new Board of County Commissioners : The county not being' in need grown
;
pany.
I have Leased the Overland Newcomo. a famous specialist. place and are a tribute to the Florida .. _
Garage in andj for the County.of Os- of wagons no action was taken. who was called from civil praetlce'by climate, as well a* to the care of Mr.
with the exception of the o'clock the Government to help*fish t the dreaded
ceola, Florida, met at 10 on Mr. Pete Murray filed his monthly *
and Mrs. Barber.
sales agency and accessories. 'January 7th, 1919 .Tor the purpose of report for tha..F.'uuaulaf..Engineering Camp disease DIx wher.Influenza.. It !wa. said stationed men died at Mr. Barber especially partial to You'll find Sloan Llnlm*&<

I have a competent force of mechanics organizing, and to transact such business & Contracting.' Company whwh*"report sifter by the many.acor every post mortem day. II* states the many that. roses grown on the common wild rose often the seven
and will guarantee all as might come before them wa* filed. phyalclana that U times
agreed that hardly two root some known as the rheumatic r,
work done at this garage. Have there being present Ernest Math E.I, Mr. C. A. Carson appeared before cases were handled alike. May rose, and he buds his roses on ache

lathe equipment and am fully pre L. D. Overstreet, John Partin, A. F/ the board and asked them to passXa been At this found writing for Influenza no certain All cure one can h.. these plants which may have) something .I

to do all classes of repairs Bass and B. H. Guy, commissioners resolution instructing the engineer' I icharge in dc la be careful and at the first aimh.adach. -- to do with the splendid specimens .
Cared workmanlike manner and J. ,L. Overstreet clerk / of the work on S. R. & B. dis .. backache, achlrs joints, that which' ha .Put It oa freely. Don't... ,. 13'Just

The meeting was called to order/by trict No. '2, in making an estimate of tired told-, I.llatlea to take(Brlnt Plank's) feellnjr Chill Tonic and bad In grows.SURPRISE let it ptiMfesJenaturally.. What y

Give us a trial and wo will convince the clerk, who announced that the'''j work done! make an allowance to con. rodetat.. doses for a few days and In PARTYA coat of soothing relief soon foUowal*

you., first thing in order would be to lest tractor for additional haul .etc., connection u.. Plank Lucalyptua' Oil External cJatilI'-, sofntsssj ",
of
Saray to party
sterilize. the throat and naaalpaaaairea. merry young people,
a chairman, whereupon, Commissioner -* whereupon, the board passed resolution numbering' nearly .forty, assembled at cramped muscles, strained in.va<
1
E. L. D. Overstreet made a m tion j as follows: Both can be bad without trouble at the home of Dr and Mrs. C. H. Summers back "cricks"-those ailments ca*'.

FRANK JONES that the board go into executive: session Resolved; by the Board of County and rofcr 60 druggist...nt.. For and many general years atorea.Plank'tf. Friday night for a surprise fight off the 'relieving qualities OaSloan's

} for the purpose, of discu sing Commissioners of Osceola county, Chill Tonic has been a favorite houses' 'spending the evening'," with their Liniment. Clean, convenient t.

the appointments to be made by the', Florida, that the engineer in chargeof hold remedy It and urine the last epldernlo son,C. H.. Jr. economicaL Ask any druggist (or it.estate .
waa undoubtedly the of
OVERLAND GARAGE board, motion seconded by B. II. ,Guy the construction of the work in .a vl t>r many, lives In ...... where mean.doc. The evening was quite informal and
and carried, and the board retired. Road and Bridge District No. 2, under lots and liuraea could not be had. Man- popular
I provided amusement.Mrs. .
ufaclure l only by the Tropical CV>-operatp games Sloan'sri
The board having made the cpp41nt- the contract with the Peninsular Engineering 'e Comnany M..nu.t..r'1I'' Pbar- Summers was assisted by Mrs.

ments, returned and made the following &Contracting Company bo ma ets. Jackeonvlllo. Kla, .adr. J. Z. Roberson in entertaining the

announcements' in open 00.rd. and t he is hereby instructed, in make l. .-. guests, and served them with, home i-t am.c ntICills

Upon motion of Commissioner BAH.Guy. .,, ing up his estimates for work done lows: made candy., i? iin
seconded by Commissioner IB.jj[ under said contract, to make an allowance
\o'" L. D. Overstreet, A. F. Bass was ,elected l 1-1 to, the contract,for,, additional /Whereas;via we regard the road from
St.
Cloud to Melbourne
permanent chairman: of t be haul for base material in accordance I-ytssimmce

board. Upon.motlon of Commission. 1 I with the terms of letter accompanying ., .as an extremely important connection
,
er E.' L.' D Overstreet. seconded the bid of said Peninsular Engm>' .for the State Highway system, and HOW MA OA FYOU SEE ?
therefore desirable that
E.: S* HOffMAN, M. D. Commissioner John Partin and car rmg & Contracting Company dated very it shouldbe

OCULIST'' AND OPTICIAN ried, Mr. L. R. Farmer was appointed January 12th, 1918. /I'Hr. Therefore completed be as quickly it resolved.1 possible! ; ,
the
superintendent of roads at a salaryof ./ Carson also asked the briard i Idt ; by
Eyes Examined by a Regular RegN $125.00 per month; G. W. Ashton, >assv resolution asking the,,.8tate to Board of County Commissioners of

istered Physician. superintendent of teams, at a sal .allow the contractoa- n"S. R & {i. I psceola County that the State HighWay -

Glasses Fitted. ary of $75.00 per month; J. E. Basaf .district No 2, to lease State prisonersto Department' is hereby earnestlyrequested i
Broken Lens Duplicated. of the court at : and urged to supply from
as janitor' house B be used in the construction of the I
fifty to. hundred convicts to aid
28 W. Church St. Orlando. Fla. salary of $50.00 per month. Upoh road in S.R. & B. district No. 1,' in the construction one
of said road
motion of Commissioner Ernest Macfc or t.
whereupon, on motion of Commission re
seconded by Commissioner E. L. 1). I er B. H. Guy, seconded by Commis-J for such such terms service.as are usually prescribed** .' -

J. STEED was appointed as attorney for the resolution was passed U fol-: r |
board of county commissioners; upon Mach seconded by CommissionerJohn -- -
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED / Partin Mr. S. J. Entnken wuappoint.d tdtr..r.e..sraU.e.ribs.e.sesse..wra1.
motion of E. L. D. Overstreet ''''
Attorney. mad <...._1.... *t IJIVT.Ktealaaaaeev . sec as trustee in place of Mr. POPULAR 4't
onded by, Commissioner B. ,H. Guy TO MECHANICS MAGAZINEwith t>!
Florid A. E.
Whaley, for S. R. & B. districtNo.
and earned Dr. J. R. McCarthy was
I Its four hundred
and
eneral. practice !. all state and tailed 2.Notary. pictures four hundred articles each month, is bigger
at
appointed as county physician a bond'' and better than ever. Our correspoodenta: in all parts 4>1-the.world are '
tatea. (..rt.. including for F. W. Hill, with f f"ffl
salary of $250.00 per annum, THEPUBLIC W. B. Wakinson ahd R. S. Floyd at'' continually; on the watch for new and interesting things for our readers. *
all the
mortum work
post countyto :
::f W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrel' for all drugs and dressings. sureties was! examined and approvedalso I POPULAR MECHANIC MAGAZINE I* FOR ALB BY AlX:NCWSDCAUK* s

1. CRAWFORD. & JARRELL pay Mr.S. bond of R. G. Reynolds as county Ask t"to show you a copy or _tilDe for the latest ....... postpaid. Yearly sub*
The clerk read of
application > with the National scxipUoa 12.00 ta all parts U the United States Da soset.bty" Canada and UeAtca. ,
Surety
.urveyer: ,
ATTORNEYSATLAWOfffcesl J. Triplett for printing. Company as surety POPULAR MECHANICS MAOAZINK. a N. Mle/dg.. A__CfIeaga. I.....
,I Mr. E. G. Vans Agnew as representative I
4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens of the Valley Gazette and ',. The board drew from the registration

Bank Buildings Mr. Claud F. Johnson, as representative We do not believe it would be possible books the names of 300 personsto ,

atlsslmmee Florid of the St. Cloud Tribune, each for us to bottle and sell ONE serve as jurors for the ensuing O.O OO.OO.OOOOOOO.O..OOOOO.O..O..OO.O..Ot.OO.

being present asked the board to ilUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONSof year. rya
Commissioner
Ernest Mach madea
DR. W. W. CARSON designate the paper to print the de. 4
linquent tax list and other printingfor No. 101 Tonic per day if. it was not motion that the board extend a vote

DENTIST the year, whereupon, the. board an effective treatment for influenza. I of thanks to Mr. Pledger for his serv eY
Office over Piney Building ices for the past Motion seconded I
passed. the following resoulution: year. Poll Tax NoticeNOTICE t
Offl.4 Hours .-It. 1-*' Resolved that the St. Cloud Tribune I A man who works a large force of by Commissioner E. L. D. Over.
O.M "Phone 111 Residence 'Phoa. l> ;
0.. Admlnlat.r.d for JBxtraotloaTMth .< be authorized to print the delinquent 'men came into my'office several days I street, and carried and it was so--Ord .

tax list for the year 1919 'I ago and told us he had twentyfivemen ered.Upon sy

and that all other! county printing taken with this malady'' in one a motion made and duly seconded .

LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW ordered by the board of county commissioners day. lie immediately distributed an the board adjourned.
be printed or published in
the Kissimmee Valley Gazette. ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among Stomach Trouble.

Application of Mr J. S. Cadel for them and there was not a fatality in "Before I used Chamberlain's Tab is hereby given' that ,

Waring Building. appointment as attorney for the the twenty-five. lets I doctored a great deal fat stomach -

board application of J. E. Bass as trouble and felt nervous and tired '
r aI Jefcnaton a. P. Garrett janitor; and application of S. J, Trip- The formula by which this Tonic is all the time. These tablets helped mr in order to participate 'in_ the :

lett for county printing, having been made is given to the public, so it can from the first, and inside of a week'r
JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW not be listed as a secret nostrum. It time I had in "
presented to the board were ordered Improved every way, ,
filed. contains Iron, which is for the blood; writes Mrs. L: A. Drinkard. Jefferson City Election, poll taxes must ;

.. Quinine, which is deadly to the influenza City.. Mo.
Offices; 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal Mr. John H. Balsden as treasurerfor
the bond trustees of S. R. and B. germ and Magnesia which thoroughly be before -
Building paid or Saturday ;
MORE on
Klaalmmaa. Fla district No.3, appeared before the opens the bowels.. Sold ROSES IN ,JANUARY.Mrs. F
throughout the South by wholesaleand S. G. the
stated that Barber of Boggy: s
and
board as a guaranteeto
the county trustees of said road .retail druggists and drug' dealers! Creek section, presented this office February 8th 1919.

district, he had required the bank to with as beautiful a boquet of roses add.

put in Liberty Bonds about the full I THE G. WILLIAMS CO. this week as ever grew in a hot house ,

amount up of said bonds. with the most scientific care.: Fragrant C. L. BANDY
FORIDER full blown with delicate ,
GH8S0)l) Upon motion of Commissioner E. roses

L: D. Overstreet. seconded by Commissioner QUITMAN, GA. curling petals and long pointed buds I

B. H. Guy and earned the .. - .set in a_back_____ground uu. _ _of_ glossy green. Collector.
clerk was instructed to write Mr. M.M. -- .. I '

SELLS Javens county demonstration under the laws of the State of Florida w .
that his services would not be LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSIn and city of Klanlmmee to hold office. . : "I" _. t 11 I.\ 1.
agent
List ef Of Urea t. be Killed '. .ooo. .o..o..oo.o.o.to..oo.o..oooo oo..oo.oo.O!
needed after the expiration of time Each elector In the city of Klsslmtmre ,
Fire Lite, ,Accident and for which an agent was employed for Court of the County .Judo'. Stateof qualified to vote In Bald primary
Florida. Estate of James B Tumb- ,election shall have the right to vote '"
the county. lin, Osceola County. By the Judge of In said primary for i .06 0'00 H oo..uoooo 0 uit 0 00 00 oo . 0 0 0 iio I)
Plate Lia- \
Health Class Faithful before ooou.
Mr. Heal appeared said Court. Whereas' William' Ingram One candidate for mayor.
the board in interest of road running'has applied to this Court for Lettersof One candidate for clerk. '

bility and Boiler Insurance. past his property, and after some discussion Administration on the estate of One candidate for treasurer.
CommissionersE. James B. Tumblin, ,deceased, late of One candidate. for marshal and tax. Tax Notice
of the matter said' County of Osceola. These art collector. .
Legal Bonds Executed: L. D. Overstreet and Ernest Mach Therefore cite and admonish all Three candidates. for members -of iT
were instructed to go out and investigate and singular the kindred and creditorsof City Council for two year each. .
road said deceased to b* and appear be. One candidate for member of City
such :
Same Day Needed. tmr-matter of opening fore this Court on or before the., Seth Council for one year.
Mr. Ordia Bass deposited acheck day of February A D. 1111. and file Five members of executive commit ," !
with the board for"cattle dip for the objections. If any they have to tire tee for one year.TlaM .

sum of $84.00, amount collected dur- on granting said estate of Letters, otherwise of Administration the same will Each person for desiringto.qaallSylBB-have hi. Notice is hereby given that the 7C 7

OFFICE: ;7 SUti Bilk, Bulltfiig ing the month of December, which be granted to said William Ingram name printed on the primary election
amount the clerk was instructed to or to some other fit person or p..raoonll ballot aa a candidate for any city office .
to the credit of the Tick Witness my name County .Judge of I shall die with the chairman of this of Osceola for
deposit books
the County aforesaid this. the 2t1th day committee on or before February JSth tax County
Eradication Fund., of January. A. D 1.18. (Seal.) T. M. I 111 19. his notice of candidacy and application
Mr. C. F. Johnson appeared before .Murphy. County Judge 6-St..1 to have hla name eo printed '
j. W.THOMPSONFuneral the board t and asked' them to pass a I I upon ''a blank to be furnished by thechairman the 1918 will close promptly
resolution the St. Cloud CAM fun MlllTI-l Pit I MA It V J': of this. committee, and nc, year
authorizing i IION. I.EC"I companled by the amount of hla as-
DirectorAND Tribune to print the laws of the HBmenl, aa specified below And no

special session of' the legislature of : The city "X committee of the name printed of any such candidate hall. he on the first Monday in April. All s
part upon or counted or returnedIf
1918 whereupon, upon motion of "white man's met recently andtormulat..d .
printed upon any such ballot unless
Commissioner A. F. Bass, secondedby the. following" call (or a 1 this provision halt have been compiled -
Commissioner B. II.: Guy. and carried '"white The city man'executive a primary.committee of I hto I with. taxes'not in my 'office by that date

the St. Cloud Tribune was desig- "white man's party In the clly of Form. of Hallo .
The votlnir In mall eti>ollon
EMBALMERStore primary
LICENSED nated to print said laws. Klsslmmee hereby call and prtM (tie 1 forholding shall be by first. and second
choice bal
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until 1:30 a "white mnn'a primary' elt.cUon. lot, In compliance with the will be subject to all penalties r
The board took recess to be held In the city. of Klsuliii-. . . provisions
of the laws
state primary and the
m. mee In compliance with tho laws of
and Chapel Stewart A... p. names of the candidates for each office
The board met at 1:30 p. m.,, a full the State -of Florida, said, primary to shall he printed on the ballot In alphabetical
be held during the hours nxvl law
by
Klailramea Fla.. .
board being present.Mr. for the holding of election' nn Hnturd order.Caaitaa
G. K. Armes state engineer, committee shall nt 8
OOOf0O6N0000NOM. appeared before the board and reported of candidates. for city elective offices. tu o'clock p. m on the 8th day meet of March
that the state department bu voted for at the general vU-r.lu.i to -119p. In the Council ofthe
City chamber
TILLER I be held In Bald city of Klss'lumoo' on Tax Collector
would probably proceed to fininsh the Saturday March 29. 1919, city of Klsslmmee. and publicly 7.im
canxasa the .return. In accordancewith
road from Kissimmee to Loughmanvery Real Estate Agency. soon. lIe also said that Osceola be and to only those. pens-is. hall! and declare what candidates. have- oooo. .o.o*"*-***"**********-***oooo
permlttod vote nt. or pa'tli Ipntc .
entitled to certain state .been nominated for each office votedfor
county was of -
NNNNNNeLRealty In the management aa'd primary .
.
,, and the chairman
aid money and that would be availablein election who are white .elec-t who and secretary of within two from the datahereof.
bought and told. thin committee, within two daH thereafter late of Oaceola County, Florida to the years
declare their adherence to the
of said road. Mr. principleand .
the construction ,
shall certify the names of these undersigned administratrix of aald estate -
Houses rented. Armes approved certain bills for ,party organisation In the city of of the Klsalmmee.whit. man, who candidates receiving' the nomination within two years from tbe date Dated December W.7th B A.MAKINHON.D. MIS

which vouchers drawn by the'board by the laws of the of Klsslmmeo I for, any office to the city authoritiesof lereof .
Taxes paid and Titles reriBed were are city Klsslmmee aa the nominees of this Dated January Kth. A. D 1915 Sl-8t. Administrator.
for non-resident on S. R. & B. districts Nos. 1 lawful electors, who have on or party for offices to tin voted for at theirennral" MARL"' ET: U BLACKWELUf.tt : d
before February 8, 1919. paid their : JII0TI( .
Admtnlstratrix.nOTICE
election be held March S9
,
and 2.Mr. to
(Fire. Life and Accident In be- poll taxes for the years 1917 and ISIS, 1919 Notice la hereby given that thaBoard
Ralph Reynolds appeared who have retflateied up to and In..ludIng A..t. of County Commissioners of t>.-
"1 a'surance.'' fore the board and presented his March 8th 1919, and who pledge For the, purpose of defraying the expenses TO CREDITORS. ceola County, Florida, will receive bid

Indemnity Bondj.FRESH drawings and specifications: on the said themselves primary to election abide by and the vote result for the of of the primary election, including I. the Court nt C....J' "...... 0....... rl'o ten clock a. m., February Srd.
roads in S. R. and B. district No. 3, nominees thereof at the payment of Inspectors. and (:...t7. Mlale of Kl.rlda. the construction of certainroada
the ensuing city
.P clerks printing of ballots etc. the following I. Estate .1 Cljde M. ...... In Special Road and Bridge Dlatrlct -
... . .0.000000.0...... ... and estimates of the amount of grad. election. assessments are levied against re No l. Usoeola County. Uldd..r.r.n *

ing on such roads, whereupon Commissioner Those tt.allae.tlaas and only> those. f Camdldatea, shall prospective candidates for the various To all Creditors Legatees. Distributees P'ror:! to R'o.'zRelno *, of bt.
persons offices to bo filled and all Claims 'd, urerstreet.Clerk. ,r
B. H. Guy made a motion be permitted to become candidates for : J'fraona having or Kissimmee Florida far speel.fications. .
Mayor, five dollar Bald Estate:
advertise offices be In Demandsagainst : ,
that the clerk be instructed to to voted for said primary
I Clerk five dollar You. and each of are hereby
I you
for bids to be received by the elections, who pledge themselves. In Treasurerfive dollar notified and required to present any The Hoard reserves the right to roe
: writing to abide by the result of said and all blda.J. .
board February 3rd, on constructionof !Marshall and tax collector five dollars claims and demands which you. orelth..r ject any '
.
FISHAND prlmnry elections and aupport the L. OV ERSTRE ET.
of have the
roads and bridges in said district, nominees thereof: who are qualified Members City Council two dollar.. estate of Clyde you may H. Base, deceased against. late ,Clerk for Board of County Commix*
bidders to furnish certified check in laapector of Oaceola. County, Florida to the undersigned slon.rs. 44t.NOTK .
the sum of $500 with bid and success A Tonic Laxativethat I The following I inspectors: and clerk Administratrix of said ..- I' 'K OK AIJMINIlTHAT"-' -
are hereby designated to conduct theaaid tate within two tears from the date I'
r ful bidder to put bond of 20 per cent will remora the bile from the Liver and primary election: hereof s I (Far ftmml Dlehrac.)
OYSTERSSIMON of amount of issue. Motion seconded cleanse the System THOROUGHLY without griping Inspectors: John McPliatter, 12 O. )Dated December Kith. A. D. 1118.
by E. L. D. Overstreet and carried. es disturbing the stomach. .Is truly a Perfect Laxstive. Vans Agnew J. E. Lupfer. 3-8t. RUBY U. BASS Administratrix. J. Court .1 C..ly Jodge. state ..1Flertda.

Mr. Ben Hodge appeared before Clerk.: A. }l. Thomas 4
6.6G H. M. KATZ, Chairman. NOTICE TO
the board with a view of selling thema LAX.PO.5.wmt PEPSIN CIIEDITOIUCoMrt In re Estat..f Jaaae W. PreaUa.Oa .

f car load of Kil-tik, and after some b the Dam ef s Reliable and Perfect Laxative NOTICE TO CREDITORS I. ef Ik. C.mmir. Judge, OareolaitMBrfr. e.la C.aia>ty. .
MARTIN discussion by the board as to which which soon relieves Sick II.r'-b,. DtzaJneaa. State .( VlmrUm. Notice I* hereby Klven. to all whom
iHanstlnn..yti1! Trouble. Caa and Piles caused: '... ... la .... It may concern that on the 10th dayof ,f
the best preparation motionof Court of tae ( ty .e. OsreolaCa H. Katate a f William T. 11I..1. I shall
was upon April; A. D. 1619 apply to p
br LIrer Abeam ?
a Torpid and Constipation see a .
PhoneT.313 >* ty. Sl.te of Florida.lat -
Y Commissioner A. F. Bass secondedby the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge; of
Reliable Laxative la the treatment of CoMa,Grip re ttetate .f .I... A.
..-' Blaekwell To all Creditor. Legatees, Distribu said Court a* Judge of Probate, for +
Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet, ...Ja4_ -
tees and all Persons haying ClaIm. or final discharge a* Admlnlalratrlx of
t the board gave an order for one.,carload WOT PEPSIN .U. IJqaIct 1IWoatI.. To all Creditors, Legatees Distribu Demands against said Estate: the estate of James W. Prentla. de-
- -- _- -- --- of. Kil Tik and load ofCooper' ' S.... xcallaa la Ita ... op the tee and all Persons having Claims You and each of you are hereby notified aedand .that at the same! time twill
- -: .:.-, on* ear hit or Demands against said' Estate , .
i" :
I ta.ba.g W lasatlve and required to present any present to said court accounts -' r
I. For Kent-Two 'furnUhftd flats, dip> fF as jlled Ji: IlIko 1 far Ad.W Pieseaa Tou and each of you are hereby notified . claims I tn4.o demands C or aa Admlnlatratrlx 'anllll..1 ...
'' Mr. C: ,W. Frink. representing theTroy k,.ass ..nd'requlretl to present any either : Jutva again the tat*, and aak for their .approval. '
: with modern .convenience. W, B, i ....,.... to ... pabIJe bF Parle claims and demand which you or estate of William T.: Maklnson. deceased Dated September '
Wagon Works appeared before JledlclAe, I_... ... ...... l\IaQa ofI either of may have against the late of Osoeola Count Florida, to V'I-PRrMII: .
i ,_ Harris, gazette'offee.,, SS-tf. I, the.,board,in,the. interest of hU. com I fgvve'Iiute .otaLT.sla, tat*, of John A. BlackwaU.. deceased toe undersigned administrator (. .aI4 o-a-m-t-l-mo., ....; Adlmnlatratla- *
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY JANUARY 31, 191. .

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I I ., 'IJro'JGtjR3 W. O.: W. INITIATES OFFICERSThe I ....
,L erg Woodmwi the World Initiated .,
j the officers elected!! to serve the .
lodge for the year 1919, at their regular :
', I IIW1 meeting Tuesday night when ..
: the following men took tlici rscaU: '
Council Commander. I.. Over-
., street ,
.1 Advisor Lieutenant. J. ''(ooda)). :
H.
f t.. Danker-George Persons l''
eort-Jt. I. Smith. ._ --3
Sentry-C. C. Yowell. .
.Watchman II. Priggers. .L
Ph'ysidan-l1r. T. M. Rivers.
hnagers-Meurll. A, S, Gilbert, __
G. M. Taylor and Oils Stevens.A t
pew member, Harvey Crowder, .
was initiated the mysteries of the
order. .

DEATH OF MRS. J. L. DENNING

Martha Jane Bassett 'Was born in
= 7 tiausfGood the State of Ohio on December 8th, MORE DAYS
18411 Died January 29th, 1919, 'aged
s 74 years and 21 day*.
.... She joined the Methodist Episcopal -
church in' childhood and was an
earnest worker in the church at long ':
,,,,"' as her'11ealth would petmit. M" =OF THE
Was married on September 15th ..
1872, to Joseph L. Denning and
leaves besides her husband, one
daughter, 'Mrs. Carrie FosOick. of
Tires Speed. Cioldendale Wash., and three sons,
Louis. J. Donning of Kinsimmee, Roy
,if:;;'. ,L Denning, of Kansas City Mo., and IG SALE
.1 Paul S. )Denning, of. Valley, Wash,
..:)!:' : ,, DeliveriesNo .alto. Funeral a brother services and were sister held in* Kansas Thurs

::.f'". day morning by Rev R. F. Ilodnett,
. pastor of 'Meth6diat. church.
:' .... car is better than its tires.
f FOR OUT OF TOWN,GUESTS. =AT THE

And time lost through. tire troubles cannotbe One of the most enjoyable eventsof
't. the pant week was a social given
replaced. by Miss Bessie M(. .1, night, In honor of her friend and
i"", Good tires are the best practical guarantee truest, Miss Lottie Seneole,. of Eustis : LIMIT STORE
l Ha., and her sister, Miss Susie McGuire -
: of your car's continuous and economical who leaves for Atlanta soon HD0LLAR 1
The guests were entertained by b..
service. games and music The prize for a
.. contest given was a three-pound box

United. States Tires are -good tires-the best of II. home-made Manning and candy Mr. Frank won' by Edwards.Mrs. L.

tires 76 'years of experience in the rubber I Delicious fruit punch was served by how
our the hostess. Everybody is wondering we are selling so cheap.
business have taught us to make. : Out of town guests attending' the

Vincent social ,were of :Plymouth Mr. and; :Mrs!Mrs. L.Lester II. The reason of it is that we bought before merchan- ..

You have your choice of five different :Manning and daughter: Mildred, of

types for passenger car or light delivery use- of Sheffield Leesliurg, Ala.! ; Misses: Miss Clifford Marion: Vincent Haynes,, dise went up .so high, and we are going to. sell themas

;J Nobby', 'Chain', Usco", 'Plain', and the ,tell Bnmlln Kink Vincent, Byron, Mabel Morton Houston, Lila Mae Es- we bought. -:- -:- -:- -: :-:- -:-

famous 'Royal Cord'. Morton of ZeIIwood. 1 la.; Messrs .
I Fred and Harry.. Houser of Columbia,
.
oJ : Edwardi,
Tenn.; Frank 'of Jacksonville
!' There is also the 'Nobby Cord' for heavy- and Archie Lyon and Leland
Goad, of Zellwood,. Fla.NOTICE '
f ". duty vehicles, as well as**the' Solid Truck- Tire.. SPECIAL for SATURDAY ONLY

Among these good tires you will find To the Property Owners of Osceola

: exactly the treads best suited to your car and County I will: be. at the following named GINGHAMS for 15c yd. DO '"MISS

your driving conditions:' places on dates given for the purpose 7A r THIS BARGAIN
of receiving: Tax Returns on Real and .
Personal Property: 1
Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer Shinele: Creek, No. 2, Monday Feb
it. ,
ruary 3rd fornoon.
will gladly point them out to you. Campbell, No. 3, Monday February
3rd. afternoon.St. Plenty' of those Received this week, one lot of.

.1 Cloud, No. 4, Tuesday, February

a 4th.Narcoossee.forenoon No.8, Tuesday, Feb. $1.98 WORK SHOES Silk Crepe de Chine Waists

s United States Tires ruary 4th, afternoon. ,
} Deer Park, No. 5, Wednesday, Feb We offer them in thi sale at ;.rZ"
ruary 5th forenoon?,\g +' .I'"l,. /? . .' :' ,
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., I". left ;
Kenansville:-No. 6, ThursdaytIFeb.; .1')>, ; J Ii" ', S3 2 9 ."
,. Good Tires ruarv. '6thall day J r..ff.:;.' I ': 1> :!.ilir" ].ri, \{ ,', , ,,: ,

.i q. are ...LolroseeaNo 9 Fr day February7Hr.'I' ""OJ,',,', .....u"aamt .'I
11 ." I '
) forenoon \ .
J Mulberry Sink: No.' 10, Saturday, "" ;"' '" .,
February 8th, afternoon. Special For Monday Wash Day
Kissimmee, Nos. 1 and 7,all through ,
ll qq March.
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I ,., WM. I. \RRER "JLTT-WO Dozen:
Tax Assessor Osceola County.ST. DC 5
JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH CLOTHES: E>>XN"S: C

A large congregation encouragedthe !:
. NOTICE TO BIRD LOVERS. I workers at this church on Sunday Plenty of socks and stockings for 13c per pair. .
I last. The services! were bright and .
SALE I Parties interested in bird life and 'the addresses helpful.. Mrs. W. A.
: FOR wishing to conserve this asset to Hamilton's Bible class is growing in "
.Florida, are requested to .report violations -
; of(the United States bird lawsto attendance Next Sunday.and the interest.Rector, Rev. Cannon Don't Forget the Place. ,Look for. the '4f .'
PARK HOTEL ? the undersigned. If so desired the I! Bryan will speak upon "The ign
names of those reporting such viola-,Potency of Trifles" in the morning
Cor. Broadway & Dakin Ave. iI tions will be kept secret. .' and upon "The Unearned Increment"in

I One Block From Depot Y: HEN'RY Kissimmee TIIODRO., Fla. the evening. .
Choir practice is held every Wednesday
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA t:I eveninc at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Dilliard of !Mrs s; H. Bullock. ) Last Wednesdayat DOLARUMITSTOR [ :
Inquire of ::%: Spa i.tan berg, S. C., have arrived for the close of the practice a pleasant
MRS. A. ROSE E Proprietress46Q464Or' their regular winter visit in Ki sim- social half-hour was .enjoyed by _
} I mee. While en route they spent sometime all present. ,t
with relative in -Jlatlisburgllss. ,
:-+-t:"w r?:". l r94'tr :\ Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. "
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HOWARD KATZ CANDIDATEFOR I I .rdtliDgp
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: CITY COUNCILMAN 1

,t ,II. : . I Capt. Howard M.:"""Katz has announced Jy J
e : his candidacy for member of: ir
FOR '
WOMEN ONLY I wEtt wnrc aoo TI1E DINING RooNE
the city council, and will make an active r.T WrFE ( GUtiJr .'t
He is
canvas for the postion. a .,
young business man with progressive ,
ideas, is popular, and will doubtless -
factor in the race1. :
', prove a strong -
f' We have special facilities for the benefit of women patrons only. "

, ,, 3.r FIRST METHODIST CHURCH of
]It t is our desire that they shall have every comfort and convenience 9:45: a. m., Sunday School. Mr. J. krlaar
L. Overstreet Supt. .
in our effort to make their dealings both profitable and pl:asant.. 11:00 o. m., preaching by the pas- ;
tor. Subject, Holy Communion. I
i Many find that a'checking' 2 p. m., Junior League. Miss Hopson, ,
women
s account saves time trouble! Pres. .I:
, 1 t I and money in managing household and personal fiances. 6:30 p. m., Epworth League Service.
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7:30 p. m., preaching by the pas- .0. hare b. completely r..r.I. by the reaaae of FarKarc ; '
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tor. Subject, Salvation Found in Jes for rooam at tlair.
r 2. You' are invited to participate in the advantages of a Bank account us. R. F. HODNETT, Pastor Another plan I la to buy something new for each room at regular Intervals t t
a 'this until each and every room In the house present an uptodateappearance. .
Institution.Citizens
with .
W. H. ARNOLD IS CANDIDATEFOR This I* a good plan where It Is not found poislble torefurnish 'I
S the entire house at once. ; .
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iii, 1 ..St SHORT TERM ON COUNCILW. ...'.t
"; The.. .Paraltvre.."I.s ro.tra. far below..".r.y......be cud Trlrmmttt*>aai tale to the....goer..1..:above la to 'Ie. \
II. Arnold will try conclusionswith ... f
be rrrrmtri there the stile .y. or rear rharltr obllaatloaa.
Bank A. S. Reed for the one year termon .. fall bark oa.There I.
.ws.s. the city council end makes the an J
this : I* always a way to makt room for new and up-to-date Furniture.
lira wni ttieift nouncement in issue of the Gazette.
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We hope to have the pleasure of showing you over our store at an
Mr. Arnold is a prominent con- earl y date, ;
"i OF KISSIMMEE WUl'+ 1'cssuates tractor and builder of this city, and I
.', ssuxo BYTHB, has a large number of friends who C. H. GRANTHAM '
a .. Th. bank with Utejabilitr ud willugCM UNITED STATES will lend him their support. He '..'
GOVERNMENT promises, if elected to do all in hU .f n.,Satisfactory- S
J I to SERVE I J) power bulkhead. ,th.lakefront., Stora"f i .
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