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: February 7, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00893
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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: BOARD OF TRADE BANQUET EPWORTH' LEAGUE, WILL SUB-TROPICAL FAIR AT CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER


WILL HOLD INSTITUTE ORLANDO NEXT WEEK

I AT THE GRAYS TONE TONIGHT BULKHEAD ORDINANCE FEB. '1Z 1
: An Epworth League Institute for The ,many attractions of the Sub-
the organization In the southern half Tropical I Mid-Winter Fair, which
'- -I of the Bartow district will be held in opens Tuesday the eleventh of this --
The Kisslmmee Board of Trade and felicitous one land that great and Klssimmee beginning tomorrow_withan month, are well worth attention. :The February meeting of the city three-fourths: of its length toward the
the Auto Club will hold a joint meet definite good to Kissimme will re evening service at 7:30 o'clockand First, Orlando itself is a beautiful council might be said to be a bulkhead warehouse. This will make availablea
Ing at the Graystone hotel tonight for sult. continuing Sunday with three' ervtcea. city and there are many in Florida, meeting, for that important measure tract of approximately 100 acre
the reorganization of these important .' though this is often called "The City of land that would shortly become one _
bodies and the annual election. of EXTRA TRAIN REQUIREDTO Saturday evening at the opening Beautiful.' took the center of the stage at the of the choice residence sections of ,e
of officers for' the year 1919. BRING VISITORS session, Ralph E. Nollner, from the Secondly, those folks understandthe very outset and' held the interest till Kissimmee.The .
This is to be a general get-together : League's central office at Nashville, art of getting up a distinctively the close. second important "measure will
meeting to discuss plans for'' furtherIng Perhaps 'Florida never been i Tenn., will speak.; Florida Fair, for they have been, at The report of the joint committeeof be' to draft a resolution'' or ordinance '
the interests of the entire com- blessed with so great an influx of 1 A number of delegates from the it many years and it seemi' that. they the council and wass meeting which to conform with the special act of.the
munity and the citizens who( have the winter visitors as are now motoringand Leagues of this district are expected improve from year to( year. was unanimously: adopted by the ad- legislature which authorizes the city
progress and prosperity of the city crowding all incoming trains. In to attend the'' meetings and a reception From the distinctively educational journed mass meeting was presentedto council to ord4r bulk heading done.
.A at heart are asked to respond to the fact the travel has grown so heavy will be held at the close of the point of view, the many and varied the council at this time and care. City' Attorney Lewis O'Bryan was instructed
invitation.H. since the holidays that the Atlantic)meetings Saturday evening. product!! in this section of Florida fully gone over, and some definite and to prepare a tentative preliminary .
C. Stanford will preside at the Coast Line has been obliged to divide Sunday morning a special serried are well worth one's study'for here important steps were taken toward ordinance and report back
meeting toastmaster and a number the south bound train, No. 89, carryIng will be held in the' bungalow from 9 are the fruits of grove,' garden and carrying out this long cherished I to an adjourned meeting of the council
of out of town speakers have been the in the first divis to 10 o'clock. There will be an after- field in great profusion. Then the scheme of developing the city. 'February 12th. -
asked to be present and add their ion., This pasengers is followed in a ten :minute noon service at. the church, and theevening poultry exhibit is really the best in Line designated: as Number> 6, which I It will be necessary for the city to
wit and humor as well as their practi Interval by second section bringing hour will be given over to the state and the stock includes many' : was drafted by, Alan MacDonough, have estimates of the cost of its portion -
suggestion: on the subject of civic mail, baggage and the institute also though it Is not fine breds. engineer, was accepted as the bulk. 'of the ,work, that is the street
prosperity. A large array of local This is'/ being tried express.out this week known at this time the exact program.: The educational building is filled head limit. This is a modification of leading to the lake, and Alan Mac-
talent will respond to. the toast mast and will likely be continued till spring. Miss Cecelia Overstreet, president i,from end to end with the most complete the ,line suggested by Capt. Bie. and 1 Donough was, appointed temporarycity
er's call. .of the local league appointed Mi"s exhibition 'of school work seen will begin at the Sugar Belt Railroad engineer and instructed to prepare
The invitations mention oyster Mrs. G. C, Livingston Mrs. Roy I Elon Guice chairman of the committee (,anYWhere. conforming to the concrete founda- these figures and present themat .
stew with trimmings. Now' just Starbird find her guest, Miss Haley,(I to secure entertainment for the1 I The art, needlecneft. home economics tion along the lake front of Cape the adjourned meting.
C whether those are scollops or smoke from Apopka, and Miss Louise Thom delegates, and Miss Helen Bass, chair. and machinery are complete and Breeze.-Addition, which is already in The council' wilt at this time decide
wreaths or both, the guests are left iason,'motored to Tampa fcr the Anna man 'of the reception, Saturday night. beautiful. place,' then extend south to the city the best method of carrying on the .
in happy anticipations; but it 4r safe Case concert at the Tampa Bay Casino. There are only the sureenoughraces limits, crossing the city dock at about work and financing it -
will be home to be seen in the state. .- - - - - -- - -"- --
to predict that the event a They returned Tuesday. First Day-Saturday, -
Orlando has Power's famous band,
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7:30: p. m. Address: "The Church for which the city $12.000. easily
and the New World, Mr Ralph E. one! of the first musical pays\' organizationsin COUNTY COMMISSIONERS II
Nl>l1ner. the .and 'also the
KISSIMMEE GOLF CLUB IS' '. 9.00 p. m. Reception.Second fair band.country regular

Da-Sunday Tuesday there will be a parade of
Morning session, 9001030.: Senior eturned soldiers and sailors in uni II I- IN MONTHLY
League Study, i. YMEETING
HAVING SPLENDID SEASON I form.Wednesday
; and 1. duties.Constitution members'* officers. ,pageant/ carnival there of will 500 be children a great in

J 2. Constitution,. council, calendar, !4-nstume. Also a reunion of Old Set I the
-- The board f commls
county .
revenue. tlers. w time owing to labor conditions -
The Country Club is enjoying oneClf the beautiful home built by Mr. and 3. League Workshop-Chapter III. 1; Thursday there will be a..fine nfus- I held' their regular meeting Monday, and the heavy rain, he waS
the most prosperous seasons in its Mrs. Miklejon. both of whom left here 4. Plans for Juniors-Chapter II, 'ral' contest by Rollins College stu a full board being present. 'unable to keep ,up the ,work.
and insistent is the for England at the beginning of the Jr., Handbook. dents. Hon. W,.. J. Sears appeared and I I Road Superintendent L. R. Farmerwas
history requests '
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war to serve' their' country. I E. First Department-Chapter IV., will the annual called the board's attention to the instructed to attend to the mat-
for reservation from winter)I.I Mr. and Mrs. Dick's guests left Jr. Handbook. .f Friday see parade 1500 condition Cf the city ditch at the ter and make the necessary repairs..
and
visitors who wish to be domiciled Sunday for Tampa ,and St. Peters | 11:00 Address: "Missionary Cen- city county schools north end'of the town. He stated that |I The clerk read a letter from Wal
there that additions are being made burg, and will visit other points before tenary-Its Purpose" Mr. Ralph E. .strong'There will be magnificent file- he had intended to plant potatoes on ter Bronson stating that the vat at'v
in the building to accommodate a few returning home. Nollner. works three nights ,and the famous some land adjacent to the ditoh, but the Jennie Bronson place had not yet
more guests. These additions are Sal i Clock Golf.A Afternoon Ses.lon-2:30-4:00. Jones Shows bigger than on account ofX-the recent heavy rains been built although the site had been
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t' the form of'' gables built on the east'' party oC. -local members of the I 1. Legislative body. Chapter IV. Johnny will be day and night. this would be impossible owing to decided upon by atockowner in Orang -.,
and west of the second club thar out ever open the filling 'up of the ditch which, '
exposures and guests motoring Sr. Handbook. Orlando is easily reach bv ant andpsceola countles.1.. Commis
,story, making several more bed rooms for the afternoon Saturday were: I 2. Epworth League in Rural over fine roads and the railroads give caused' an overflow on his land:?' Ire'said 'aioner'&hbi'rnomd'thet the vat be'
.and, baths. This not only increasesthe Mrs. S. II. Bullock, Mrs. Rhea, of Church. Chapter XI. special rates. that he would also put sup the ;constructed on the understanding .
capacity of the club but adds to Washington; Mrs.-JG. Ball, of Raleigh 3. Missions and Epworth League, same ,proposition to the city' that Orange county pay "helf. This l
the beauty and comfort of the edificeas , N. C.; ,kCaa-P, C. Buttorff, Mrs. Chapter VIII. And suggested that the board cOUnCil'j was seconded and passed. '
well. JOT. Allen.'"Toronto Canada; Mrs. (ea) Mission study. books out Supt. Training Course Jr. handbook -, council ''ft. together op"4: I The clerk was' instructed to write
Golf is receiving a good deal of attention Claude Lee ,of..Baltimore; Mrs. E. E. lined. Chapter IX. to Ian dotfners next to the commissioner of Lake ,and Or'ange -
these pleasant days and parties Wells and Messrs. P. K. Weaver and (b) Our part Centenary -program : Evening Session 7:30. the ditch some, relieffrom this con-'' counties in regard to vats to'
may be seen making the rounds Bert Wells. ,-Miss Emma L. Tucker. Address: "Christianity Basis of !dition. The board pleaded ,lack of be constructed' on points where tha
of the course at almost any hour. j I I I Making the;round.' of "clock golf 4. Bible and Church Study Course, World's Democracy Miss Emma L. funds to do this work. )1 i Osceola county line. joined their
The Club has employed Albert Nelson which has just; been put In at the club Jr. handbook Chapter: XIII. Tucker.at Clark Howell'aaked the board to counties. ,
i; a professional player who will was the attractive feature of, the afternoon 1 .. fill In a part of a ditch-running along'I Mr. Gomme, U. S. ?Agricultural ")
take up his residence there as soon as when Mrs. Rhea made the r I' I his propertyvon the Orlando road i.as 1 Agent appeared on the matter {trfjretstnfng
room is available. lowest score with Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. he had been- troubled with water;( { County" Agent M. M. Jaw
Delightful Lake Excursion I Lee and Mr*. Weaver,tieing for sec- I oyerflowjng) his property for aU>ut,en* in the employ1 the county. H*
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Dick;wen ond place. , JTS.- ,.< G. St., Clouch&epatitmentNEWS two, years. This natter-was! discuased7and. stated that every county in the state '
visited by a party of their, friends, Lovely Party for Out-of Tows Gwrts.I .-ftad. Superintendent'\Farroarwa .had at Bounty agent some of the more 1
:Mr. and Mrs. Good Bernard, and Mr..I l Mr*. M.. Kate and,Mrs. E. D. Kate illlJtpwctell1W'fjll thadttch" 'and(I populous one having two 'with R'f,
4 and Mrs. J. Mussen, of Niagara on were hosteaae Thursday afternoon] leave the highwayirt the same condition prospect .of a third being added to
the Lake, Canada, who are making entertaining at the Country Club with AND NOTES OF THE -WONDER CITY" as it was when>)rat. completed..,keep up with the work and, that it.,
their; headquarters at Sebring while 'a lovely bridge party and.afternoon Geo. M. Taylor representing' the would be a black eye to Oseeola county -
touring Florida, are spending their;tea. The event was in honor of Mrs. BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENTThe city council requested the board. to If the agent 'was dropped. II*
time at the golf courses. The party' James Ward, Jr., of Pittsburgh, Pa., I assist in putting up' three red light', said the work was especially designed
arrived Friday morning and remainedfor who was the guests of Mrs. E. D. New'',York Veterans' Associa- Mt. Peace cemetery.; The wife and danger signs ear the Orlando "*oad. at to help the new comers In the county
the week-end. Messrs. Bernard Katz. '. tion met Tuesday afternoon in old daughter: have the sympathy of the the three turns; from the city limits I.as the old settlers were able to get
and Mussen are extensive fruit growers (|, The hour from 3 to 4 was spent G. A. R hall, with 60 members pres- community in their bereavement.Mr. to, Stevens' corner. Hla propositionwas !{along without very much assistance Y
Ih the Niagara peninsular andre with bridge when Mrs. Qadel and Mrs. I II !ent. W. P. Lynch was, elected chap- E. Allen arrived here Wednes for the countvxto build the electric I'but'at the same time the services of
interested in the growing of citrus I Eugene Bryan received' the first .and i' lian and chorister. Arrangementswere day from the Soldiers' Home, at line to the corner, and the 'city I the agent were for' all who requested
fruit. They expressed themselves as. second prizes, 'respectively. "Thrrtng 'made to have a basket, picnic at Johnson City Tenn, would put up the signs* keep the line hi* help' and advice. He asked if
greatly pleased with this section andit the hour following,_ a delicious collation the hall next meeting, first' Tuesdayin There were seven tables at the 600 In repair and get the revenue from there was any personal reason why
is'thought they will return 'here at was served in two courses including March. Tha following program party given at the_St. Cloud Hotel the lights along the Mute. The the county agent was not acceptable
a later date. sandwiches and salad, tea and was in-charg-of Mrs. Brand: OpenIng Monday< night. Mr' P. D., Marine board was unable to take -up this to the board. Commissioner aMurad",
Friday and Saturday morning were cakes. long,- "When Sammy Comes winning the ladies first prize. Hostesses pro action on account of lack oc funds. hint, our behalf of. the. beard that,
devoted to golf matches and Saturday Enjoying the party were the honor Marching Home;" reading by Mrs.-C. for next 'week are Mrs., R. M. G. T.' Singletarry appeared"), and there was absolutely personal.XaeU
afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Dick enter. guest Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Oscar Smith, A. Robinson recitation by Mrs. J. Johnson and Mrs., J. H. Ferguson. stated i that the county road from ing In' the matter and compUmented
tamed their-guests and about twenty- of Pittsburgh, Pa.?; Mt' i. Decker and I W. Francher "No Sect in Heaven;! Uncle Josh Ferguson 'was a business where the Edgewater road forks to Mr. Javena on the work he had done
five of their friends with a lake excur- Mrs. Dalgrano of Minneapolis, Minn.; ,I reading by Mrs.. Marskie recitation visitor' to Kfesimmee Tuesday. Dic er8JOn'a place was almost impassible beret stating that he understood thata
sion. The party motored from the Mrs. Minnie Moore-Wlllson. Bert'by Miss Shroder in German dialect; Fred Riley of Ripley, Va., came in for almost any kind of vehicle.lie petition would be presented at the
,club to the city dock, then embarkedon Bryan Mrs. P. K, Weaver Mrs. W. reading by Mrs. BrtTnd. Mrs. DePewIs Tuesday to visit his parents, Mr and said that as long as he was able next regular tweeting and that df''
the Water Lilly for a trip on Lake B. Crawford Mrs. H. C. StanfordIMrs. to have charge of the program at Mrs. W. W. Riley. he 'had practically kept this part of '
Tohopekallga to Paradise Island, Eugene Bryan Mrs. Saupe, Mrs.J. .: the next meeting. Closing song: Comrade E. E. Livermore, who has the road'in repair himself, but, at (Continued On Fag Eight) i"s
where. afternoon tea was served at S. Cadel and Mrs. A. W, Bailey. "Tenting on the Old Camp Ground." been home on an eight day leave, left ->.-- - t:
The New England Society will meetIn Monday for Johnson City, Tenn. FISHING IS GOOD.4' : i: 4
CAPTAIN FRANK VANS AGNEW I the upper G. A. R. hall on Tuesday The Garrison of the Army and BLUE TRIANGLE CAM- ,
; WOULD HONOUR OUR the 11th, at 2 o'clock. Everyone Navy Union met Monday and mustered F. A. Souders and his guest, J. C. -
IS NOW IN LONDON. ENGLAND welcome. in one new recruit, and acceptedan Sliteler, of Ledgewood, fl, D., were ?
Mrs. Oliver Knight and two chil- invitation from the Post and PAIGN ON NEXT WEEK out fishing last Thursday, when the 1'
E. G. Vans Agnew, secretary of the RETURNING ,HEROES dren were the guests for a few days Corps to join in the parade on Lin- latter caught with a hook and line a .

-Gazette: Printing Co.. received a telegram this week of Mr and Mrs. Rothwellat coln's birthday. .__111. --.1: channel cat, which, weighed'', 16% ,, I
this week him that his the Christian pounds. ; tare; --
Lake of
advising Daughters '
Gentry. The Loyal The'
Yl: W. ft A. in making plans '
brother, Captain Frank Vans Agnew, Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: The Michigan Association met on church will meet Friday afternoon to: its work which has Fifching has been unusually god\i ,5.f,
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who was captured by the Germansand Wednesday afternoon in upper G. .A.IR. at 3:30: at the home of Mrs. P., Increased carry this season and those of our visitors '
spent more than a year in Hun '''We were proud when so many of our hall. Strode, on Massachusetts avenue. ten fold since the war was who are fond of angling, as most of /0-

prison camps has arrived safely in young men voluntarily enlisted in the I Lieut. J. M. Huffman, from the hospital Mrs. Rottfwelt of Lake Gentry and declared All the in funds 1917. subscribed through them are, have been having splendid .

London. military service to destroy the power j at McPherson Ga., was in St. little son, were the guests for a few the war work council must Le used for sport.
and prestige and atrocities of the Cloud Monday, calling on old friends' days last week of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. war work and to secure funds for this 1 )

Hun. They did their part with remarkable and acquaintances. Knight. much needed work for women a campaign
TRUANCY LAW TO BE heroism. They have been Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cronin of Tlfton- Mr. and Mrs. S. S. McClure 'o( must be carried on. AULTMAN PLANTING :
yule.Tenn., arrived in St. Cloud Sat-- Darlington, Pa., arrived at their home This will be called the Blue" Triangle
gone from us for months and have urday evening to 'visit their cousin, [
here last Thursday. They were accompanied Investment Campaign of 1919,
RIGIDLY ENFORCEO'SAYS found out what real war is. Some of Mrs. Fanny Mosby, and were guestsat home by their granddaughter and will be .'call for a million dollarsin LARGE ACREAGE IN'IRISHJQTATOES'' S -i
them, alas, have made the supreme the St. Cloud Hotel, but left on Mrs. Mabel Davidson of the U. S, A.
sacrifice and cannot return. Many Monday for Tampa and other points Darlington, Pa. v I Florida's portion of this sum will '

SCHOOL BOARD I are returning from day to day to their of interest.Mrs. They were accompaniedby W. T. Angel. Receiver Johnson and be $60,000, and Osceola'l, according
Mosby. wife and uncle motored to Orlando to the recent quotas will be $200.
homes and to their friends. Mr. Charles Hathaway and son
the "
Wednesday for day. Miss Inez Carson, district chairmanfor
the Are we showing the proper appre- Lynn from Carmichaels. Pa., arrivedin the Y. W. C. A., is appointing her
The February meeting' of Os is his,belief y '
St. Cloud Wednesday for a month's S.: B. Aultman proving
RILEY,GODWIN SELLS HIS
ciation of these young heroes as they workers and will begin active work v
ceola county school board was har- visit. In this section as a farming countryby
return T Are we not neglecting to CATTLE TO BASS & PHILLIPSOne next week to secure this county's quo .
monious one as far as the members' The Golden Rule Girls and the Yoke planting one of the largest acre
of the board was concerned, but was tell them how much we appreciatetheir Fellows Class of the M. E. Church, ta. While definite plans have not ages of potatoes he has ever put in,
fraught with difficulties to the par sacrifice and their services T went for a hike to Runnymede on of the largest cattle deals reported been made a. yet there is no question and is seeding his entire farm of 41 ,
Oaceola will have In
** ents of the school kiddies who have It is true they are coming. one or Saturday Those who enjoyed the : in Osceola county for some but that a part acres to spuds, and in addition is Y
been, unmindful of the Truancy Law two at a time instead of in a body as day were: Misses Helen and Grace time, occurred last week when Riley this "organization" of women by women planting 45 acres on the Alexander,
The attendance officer was presentat they returned 'from the Mexican Border Bowen Maude Keister, Edith Malott, Godwin, of St. Cloud sold his entire' for women. Remington-Smith place. t
but none the less we do appreciate stock Phillips & Bass. Aultman has been growing ,
the meeting and reported a numberof Marion Harman, Vera Johnson, Fran- to Mr.
cases where the children have not their services and as I see it, ces Marine June Mun,, Katherine The stock was sold for a lump sum WINTER VISITOR BUYS spuds for a number .of years and ;
been kept in school and the board af should show this appreciation and tell Lowe, Evadna, Harris and Anna Rode of $70,000, and was estimated at 3,50 PROPERTY while material and labor are higher,
ter considering the report, ordered them of it. Messrs. Faber and Kenneth Bailey head, though Mr. Bass thinks they making It necessary to get consider.. Sable
that procedings be instituted againstthe Is it not possible to devise some. Star Mun and Lyman Meade. They will probably number 4,000 aU told. S. B. Chute, another of Klsslmmee's more for the crop this spring,
parents. means of showing appreciation Individually were chaperoned by Mrs. Marion Jennings The terms of the sale was $25,000cash winter visitors became so impressed he sees a strong chance to make a ,
According to the 'law this makes and collectively 'Let the teacher of the Golden Rule and the balance on deferred pay with the city last! week that he pur- neat profit. The crop of potatoes, '
the parents failure to Keep their chil- proper authorities take this up and Girls. ments. chased a pretty home and will be grown in the north last year was only ,
dren in school a misdemeanor and prepare a program suggesting how The Pennsylvania Association will Bass air Phillips are extensive cat numbered among/ the citizens \ here. normal, and there I. no great surplus win
the cases would come,before Judge T.. we may express the confidence the have a dinner in old G. A. R. hall on tie dealers and estimate their holdings Mr. Chute bought the cottage on Verona cold storage as was the case last "
I' M. Murphy" appreciation' and esteem which we Thursday. in this section now at about 10- street owned and occupied by fall. Then too.the Florida crop will
The' Ia." requiring parents to give feel. Very, respectfully Mr. and Mrs. Johnsoa, who have 000 head most of which are beef cat Sam Lupfer who moved into apart. be reduced more than: fifty" per cent F
their children a'certain amount ,of C. A. CARSON. been visiting Mrs. Johnson's brother, tle ments in the Glover cottage, and gave of the acreage planted last year
education U 'proving a great success Mr., Bert Gessford and wife, left on Very few men-are as ,well fixed so the new .owner and party immediate There is no question but that potatoes .
here, generally speaking and such MUSIC AND EXPRESSION RECITALThe Monday for Lynn Haven and will go far as this world'* goods are concerned possesion. Mr. Lupfer reserved the can be grown' here; it U'only ,,;
"cases as these are infrequent.The first series of recitals will, beheld from there to their home at Monti- as Riley Godwin; He is just in the adjoining lot and expects to build question of marketing them and this)
board meeting was presided' at the High School Auditorium cello, 111. prime of life, has sold his cattle fo{ whenever times warant his doing so.Attorneys season there seem no. obstacle in the
over by W. C. Bass chairman, with tonight at 7:30 o'clock, given by the Mr. W. S. Freeman died at his home $70,000, and we understand his total t way of putting them in ,the great
W. R.' Godwin of St."Cloud and W R. pupils of Miss Myrtilla F. Beali, music on New York avenue, Thursday l last indebtedness Is less than 6000. HIs < Geo. W. Fox and Z. Bass northern centers long before) any other '
Lanier of Campbell Station attend teacher and Miss Helen Bass,' expression at 2 a. m., 'after a long illness,'and a native of ,Oae ola' county and were called to Orlando Tuesday on an place can": fill the demand for,spring
,. ing. teacher. was buried on Saturday' at 10 p. m.. made his money here: important crimnal case. .vegetables, .' i.i ..- .. ;

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II, : you the great benefit I have ex- WHEN BITTEN BY A RATTLER

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' from using Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep- FOR SALE OR
: / perienced : Okcechobee.-:-John J, McLaughlin, car and drove without regard to speed ,

.f !sine I had always suffered from indigestion a wealthy near Midway farmer and in Fort cattleman Drum district living chobve.limits twenty-seven miles .to Okee- ,

but since taking Syrup Pepsin I am no longer of this county has the misfortune -I Doctors C. R. and Anna A' Darrow,
diamond-back him and administeredJhe
to be bitten by a : took charge of
troubled in that way, and I cannot praise it' rattlesnake Thursday afternoon. antidotes for rattle-
He was hunting on horseback in snake bite. lie was given hypodermic
l f, too ,highly as a laxative. Kissimmee prairie ,ten miles west of injections 'of permanganate of potassium a.
.. Fort Drum. He ran a coon into a (twenty per cent solution). in
/From a letter' to Dr. Caldwell written by\ the wound while the JR.A.DF.tThe
I gopher hole, and ,was trying to"roust" the arm above
1103 Wett Ave.
/ Mr* Geo. Schacffer with wound itself treated with iodine.
Utica, N. Y, / him out a pole when a large rat. was
'j' tlesnake struck him on both the He was also given internally dtachm
thumb and forefinger of the right doses of chlnacea.I .
hand just where he had grasped the | His crude work of amputation"was '
Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup pole. also worked over by the surgeons, - "'
.
: : With rare nerve and presence of who found it necssary to amputatethe /
f mind he left the snake and made fora mutilated thumb at the second dwelling property of W, D. .
"' hatchet on his saddle; then deliberately joint; and he now appears to he do'nstmicely. : ,
; : )/ : PepsinThe laid his right: hand on a:palmetto The greatest dread of the physicians Burkam situated No. 104 ;
i w., rootand with the hatchet in his is the possible after-effects of 1
.' left, ,cut off the injured finger ,and the four hours of supresslon of .the street. Corner lot. Ga: **, ']
f '( :" :, Perfect Laxative thumb. The finger was cut off /at one circulation by 'means of .the tourni. Cherry '
stroke while the thumb required several quet.., sidewalks and
awkward left handed strokes before , 111 r. McLaughlin Is a prominent anJ rage. Cement
:," Sold by Druggists' Everywhere it was finally severed near the respected citizen of this county; a in
modern
first joint. member of one of the oldest and best driveway. Building .
50 cts. ) $1.00 Hastily improvising a tourniquet of pioneer families In the Okeechobee
(fires j
daughter of particular with spacious'
, ; a handkrchief. bound ,it firmly' region. lie married a every
around his Wrist then mounted his Ptrcnty Hair, Sr., and a sister of
?: .pony and rode with all possible haste County Commissioner? Streaty,A. Hair rooms. Good condition.'
combination of simple laxative' herbs with pix miles to his home. His ,brother, I of Fort Drum. They have three'small

mild and in its action that .Inn[ I. ]McLnughlin) took him in hi,*, children. '
gentle relieves .
pepsin, ----------------
------------ --------------- secured the
Present
trial bottle owner A
constipation quickly. A WOUNDED, IN ARM AND HIP:. )J'\ntb\ )listen to the clinck (\fl the ice

can be obtained free of charge: by writing to GOT'HIS MAN WITH GRENADE hall in the; pity pitcher the, as younar it comes man, down who will the property for mortgage'and is

Dr.' W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, The following-interview, with a never Pass know to the what discard really good Pioer water Hieds-i h. tired .of holding. A great bar-

Monticello, Illinois.No picture of "Phil" ]DeMandel. grand- .. ion :of Mrs. J. M. Cochran of Kissim- Old Crow Carstnirs. Hermitage gain for somebody.If .
mve, was published in last Sunday'sAtlant.a Sunny Brook Overholt Sherwood -
Child I Never before has Kissimmee been (I Journal: ., Three Feather Unper Ten.
Worms In
,a lleAdiy I ,,
"Another St. Mihiel veteran de- interested consult local ,
Hill, Lewis' fifi./
Yolowstone, Murray
All children troubled with worm have an unhealthy !visited by tourist who Seem so thor- tained at Fort McPherson Saturdaywas your
color,whkh Indicate! pour blond diMurtmnre.and lIa a; ,'iighly pleased with the! city and its Private Phil DeMandel, whose ,Wilson] Green River Schlitz Pontet' Budweis-er Canet. real communicate '
j rule there l Ie more or lest ntotnatll St. .Tulien, Bass estate 'agent or _
(.MOVE TASTLLESS chill TONIC given nitularlyfor surroundings! as this season father. F. E. DeMandel, is on the nnd Pabst, and then, may you test in .'
two or three weeks will enrich the blood. improve staff of C. A. Creighton, manager of
,. yt t t tbs digestion,and act as a General btreosthvnuif -, i irertores the An ley hotel l His mother and peace. with -: .
t !Tonic to the whole lyuem. Nature wll I hen urove's Tasteless chill Tonic j
:sister have been stopping at the Ans-
r throw off or dispel the wormt.and the Child walbe
: I U>perfect health. Pleasant to take. Me per bottle. vitality and energy by purlfylnj and en. ley awaiting his coming for several THREE< F CAMPAIGN CAME
it I It itching the blood. You can aoon f..llta. Strength- I days past and there was a family reunion TO A SUCCESSFUL CLOSE A
t Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. 'enlnft. InvlitorailnJ FfTort Price 60c.t I on the upstairs porch of Ward : 1 ,

; F Saturday afternoon that would do One of the most successful cam-:
4&Wr*+ *OfiB'Yvi$4vfrCwtO anybody's heart good to watch. paigns that has ever been staged in S.Y..WAY.
DeMandel a tall dark handsome Florida, came to a close Friday. This '
youth, who has started what he calls :drive the interest of increased
was
i in
: Your Plowing Done la I "paint brush" on his upper lip since 'production of food and feed crops,
...
,his hospital days began, suffered a I hand| an increase of livestock including Phone 172 ORLANDO, FLA.
(shattered right arm and a machinegun I'poultry. Something like 200 meetings j
1 bullet in his right hip while wiping were held covering practicallyevery
: 1V* With a Moline Tractor out a Hun nest that had practically county in the state. The Speakers - -

'...'. wiped out his squad."I at these meetings were men and
was with the Three Hundred and women who are acquainted with the .1
'Tenth Infantry Seventy-eighth: div- conditions and know the agricultural MANHATTAN HOTEL
We are prepared to do all kinds of plow \ision," said DeMandel. "Then days needs of the state and of the nation.A Winter Season.A A. E. DROUGHT
for the
r after the St. Mihiel drive began we similar campaign has )been or will Now Open ,
ing and, discing for the public with a went oven on a' midnight trench raid. be conducted in every section of the 115 Broadway 'J
,Used Hand Grenade. United States. In staging the campaign .
( \ Hotel with all the Comforts -
: "We struck a nest that mowed in Florida, no program was followed Family Real Estate and Insurance 'i
Universal Moline Tractor I wit
down our bunch like grain. but it was varied to meet local of Home. 1
I trying to gait the gunner by rifle needs and conditions Here are some REPRESENTS r

; ; t tI PHONE, ci (i&fire rnY when,right 1 went term down aM hip with;., ThI bullets! of vised the as things being the that best the method speakers to follow ad- HATES $2.50 PER DAY I The Home, Insurance Co. of New

I gothim: with hand grenade. for the good of the people and the
York the .National Fire Insurance
him with a hand grenade Special the Week.
Mach Bros. W. H. Wilson trot state as a whole: by
r or fore I got back to 'our lines. You 'The reduction of the cotton acreage Co., of Hartford, The Sun,' and

i see both and sides my Were own expecting outfit fired a counterattack on me and where replacing the boll this weevil has with appeared such, I MRS. R. B. SAVAGE, Prop. many other reliable companies ,
acreage
oooOoQo :+}H+ crawl back. So I
when I tried to .
crops as cane, corn, peanuts, velvet
took cover. Next day Just before my beans and other forage crops, and increasing 1-- ,
outfit started a counter attack the -
the number of bred live I -- ---
OH HH+O+O+HHOOO 0 OOOMOH-OOOOOoo "" firing stopped and I veiled for themto pure -- -
stock. In advocating the increased ,
\
.GFNER come and get me. production of cattle it was pointed.!
.
l
'.
TQatl surprise at '
"We iiufe put over a l.r
out that it was necessary to get rid !
?
IlrRrst- 'St, Mihiel;' DeMandel.: "We "
Gaya of,the tick. : The farmers were urged !
'' 1
atthe breakfast
Insurance found tlendGermans, to produce as far as possible, their
i AgencyWe table,. in bed, or(I wherever,it hey.hap own food and feed crops. The con-1 i '.4
fire '
wned" to be when our aptillery
servation of food in the home and the
have well selected list for sale which hit them. Germans surrendered bv necessity of insuring more dairy and
a .of properties among the battalion. Their officers had already ?
I I. are some very attractive Farms Ranches, Orange Groves, business deserted. .poultry products were stressed.
The response of the farmers has
buildings, and dwellings, all in Osceola County, and, each proposition Phil reached Hamoton, Va., New been magnificent, and in all sections
I listed at its minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip Year's dav. The: telegram brought they have pledged their hearty sup :
..ment. We also ,can offer exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and ,St. much rcioiclng a., no monUis.word had been port to the plans outlined. The Ex- Only For Cash i

s, Cloud properties now owned by non-residents who' are willing to sell received for over two tension which of the College of Agriculture

at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a little I' IN MEMORIAM. has engineered this .
campaign is highly pleased with the
t surplus capital and 'benefit by the increase in values which is .!sure results.

to come. Call or write us. (Contributed). This is to notify my friends and customers that after this data
Last week with the ratification by MR. PLEDGER BUYS FINECQUNTRY
c E; A. Strout Farm Agency, Inc. the 36th state of the prohibition PROPERTYMilton no shoes will b. charged to any one under any circumstances.

amendment to the Constitution, King .. '

I D. G. WAGNER, Manager Alcohol he retires was to live forced only tp in abdicate memory, and and : Pledger has purchased whatis Th government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grades, .

'i '.: Kissimmee Florida : song. Let us bring our feeble tribute known as the Morehead property and the profit will now be too small to permit selling them on charge
I, <-Mfl4MM.----A.4 I and in sorrow lay at his feet. a fine 30 acre tract fronting on Bermuda
F MM5MMMj M I He was the greatest benefactor of avenue, just this side of the D: accounts. : j
I mankind, and at the same time the I G. Wagner place. Mr. Pledger stated "

"+>+-.... ::--x- : :+CO->-. :+c+:+H"Oi +> worst saved enemy and prolonged of the human more lives race. than He that where it he is his could ambition grow some to get chickens.a place Our Stock, howoer., will be kept fully up to the usual standard, ,

all the doctors since the dawn of civilization , a pig and a buttermilk bush and that and we will continue to handle a full line of the best quality Shoes
UP'i yet he sent more victims to he was contemplating moving out on I ,
f i Our Boys Have "Cleaned p. an untimely grave than all the wars, his farm as soon as necessary repairs for Men Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage. .f
famine and pestilence recorded in his- could be made on the house._
.. I - --
X tory. lie cooled the fevered brow,

The Kaiser, The Hun, and i iI and cold;was if you a sovereign were too remedy hot he would for a DOCTORS SAY "

immediately reduce your temperature, H. C. STANFORD CO. ,
't would to the
if chilled he warm you CALOTABS ARE
end of toes in the midnight
German Autocracy! very your ;
I hours he had enabled many a trusted .
BEST FOR FLU
seductive Influences "
I f watchman to resist the -
of Morpheus, and was recognized -
; 1 as 'the prime cure for Insom Influenza and Like 'Ordinary 1,
nia; he would instantly relieve the Cold. Require CaJotabs the Per- .
I -- -
A Wonderful Achievement intestinal convulsions of the teething .
S MMW'< C" :
; infant, and quicken the sluggish fected Calomel That Is Free From "M4 S440440? POp

i. ----- t pulse of old age; he would steady the Nausea and Danger of Sabration. i j
nerve of the great surgeon, and make .
his victim shake like a reed drivenby Physicians and druggists claim thatthe ;
Let us now "clean up" at home at once the wind. great epidemic of influenza has !
t Nevermore will the sons of ErinIn ''Conclusively demonstrated the quickest fl
f. all'our business. affairs.We s t this land of the free and home of cure for a cold and the best preventativaof R.S. FLOYD
j j1
the brave, drink to the memory of influenza and pneumoniais
are asking all our customers to "clean up" in the patron saint; nevermore will the to keep the liver active so that the i
Scot far from his native heath drinkto digestive organs may be in perfect ''ll\
f full all accounts! that they owe us betwesn now the memory of the great poet; condition For this purpose Calotabs, ;;:
and the close of the year 1918, that is, during nevermore will the Indian drink the the new nausealess calomel that is :t
white man's' fire water; nevermore freed from the sickening and salivat-
.
the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your will the old-time darkey besiege the ing effects, is the most thorough and
,
personal attention.If 11 big, house for his Christmas dram; dependable as 'well" as the most i> Groceries
nevermore will the members of n agreeable laxatfve.Calotabs and J
you cannot\ raise the we will great secret order drink to the healthof have a special advantageof ? ,
,
money the absent brother; nevermore will not ,making the patient sick and
4 ' accept Liberty Bonds and War the would-be orator propose a toast weak and they are free from nau-
"To the Ladies, God Bless 'Em;" seating and griping qualities and do ,.
? : Saving Stamps in payment nevermore will the' ponderous elo- not upset the digestion and appetite.One Fresh Meats
,
.
.. quence of a Webster ring through the Calotab at bed time with a swallow ";
:: \ of your account. halls of the greatest deliberative bodyon of water--that's all. No salts,
) earth, inspired bv this uncrowned no nausea, nor the slightest interference '.
PLEASE DON'T BE A king; nevermore will the poet sweet- with your eating* pleasure, or 1
? ,SLACKER ly sing, his muse prompted by ardent work: Next morning your cold has
\ spirits; ,nevermore will the smilllng: vanished your liver I. active, and you \ '-
'it y Yours respectfully, gentleman! with the white apron mix are feeling fine with a hearty appetite Phone 176 302 I
>: : the seductive cocktail with such -accuracy for breakfast.For Broadway
: : WATERS &, CARSON GROCERY as to fill the glass even to the yopr protertlon Calotabs are
CO.' brim; and nevermore will we rest the sold only in original sealed packages, of}
tired foot on the brass rail ' price, thirty-five cents. Sold by all H ,
AhPity! the rising gegleratlonwho ,,, druggists and back if
I y'r' ...... ........-...0.0.04..0.0..0..000.,, ..... wifl:I never, with, the/(r panting: you are.not,glad. yogurt them.,-adv. "oJ, ; ": "
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THE EISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. THREE'
r

WHY ARMOUR LOCATED STOCK .



r YARDS IN STATE OF FLORIDABy WMGLEYS 1


Will P. Kennedy pleted another canvas of the situation

,,44' 1\'a.hinlfWn, Jan. 24-How the livestock {showed need for facilities for hog
syal: business In Florida was built slaughtering and we established them. 1I1U1I1I1 INIiINiIM1
M. q up through the stockyards establishedby ,The first live stock tfere' slaughtered The Greatest Name in Goody-Land
,y Armour ft Co.. was told by J. 0,.. ,in November, 1910:" For several !!!!!
iily den' Armour at the investigation of weeks the supply of hogs was far in e:::: .
f the packing industry before the interstate ,excess of the supply of cattle, contrary ; I ,".. r '
commerce 'committee of the' to 'our expectations, but it was : 'I;?, : : .' :.:
house fortunate indeed that had stockyards
we .
"
.It has been but a few years. since te yard and care for this flood I I!@ ( .. '. -

Armour A\ Co. established a packing of live stock which appeared on the -
I
plant Jacksonville," he said "In!.scene.<< This, plant and stockyards ea- ". .
connection therewith a stockyard for"jtablished' by us In Jacksonville has OU know the r ri

r.v the proper receipt and handling of opened -up the live stock business of i t' w
l'I 1 cattle Our .attention was directed (Florida. The stockyards there are -
there in this 'way, In 1912 and 1913''open to all-anyone can buy or sell realm of child
g gI when we had a cattle 'shortage in the stock there and there is plenty of ,
I United States, we' bought several room for anyone to go into the busl'ness I hood dreams
1'r. thousand cattle in Georgia and Ten if care to. I think the es et
nessee and ,one day received a' wire jtablishment 'of such yards and! plant Is a land of t
from Kissimmee, Fix, offering ,(5,000) at Jacksonville met with the general I
head of grass cattle. approval of the public and of live e -- t/ \ sweets.
Never Heard .
1 "I did not know there was 'such a Cities Want Such Yards =
1
\ \ ..; place and at.that time I doubt if any ,"Lest this committee get the impression Make. of
I .lt. some.
'' a'i I rl one in the packing business creamed\ from'the pending legislation that ,
there were 5,000 cattle in the.,)whole
packer ownership! of stockyards dies ,
those dreams
j.
state of Florida that could be used not meet with public approval, I want ,
I kli7fi for beef : We finally bought the cattle ,to this: There is hardly, city in r
say -' -delt httuln
r which Louis. a > \
'>Ve shipped to St. the country today that would not welcome -'< I

I We This later was sent our Introduction representatives toFlorida.through.,. the establishment of such other a , reality I by j
market by Armour &\ Co. or any ,
that: territory and found flrospecta 'of the large packers. We constantly '
for beef production so good we con- ; ;'I taking home '
;rfr Immediately get proposals from bodies of repres /
there.
sidered locating a plant .
entatlve citizens of various cities that S w
-r that became known, prominent -
we establish such yards and operate Ea
+ business
Jacksonville
men of ex-
them. We are offered everything from .
tended to us the hand of welcome and free sites to large bonuses as induce.. 55e
DoYouWant' Know"T ; the erection of atJacksonville. WRIGLEYSMMU
to urged upon a plant
. ments. One of the reasons we are I
There then Hs
was no bojl'bu.lness'llI South ,
now building a great plant at I
of :
I : Florida. The custom St. Paul is that the city held out such t frequently :
; .1 In Florida had been :
> buying live stock allurements we could not well 11 -- s
Sides ? for the slaughterer to' Into the very
gory refuse, especially as the territory adjoining i
make his purchases: contracting -
county gives promise of being one of
for so many cattle delivery on : How about?
'M'f the best meat! production centers in
Y certain day. Out experience had L
Swift & 1919 Year Book a the country." < )1 ..
.ay Company's taught us that stockyards are necessary ,'. tonleht ?
just out tells in a packing center to insure a -
you
1 1 j NOTE The referred to
:, remilar supply 'of live stock for the : telegram #
s plant and an every-day market for by Mr. Armour was sent by Persident
What Swift & Company's profit. the growers of live' stock.( We, therefore C. A. Carson, of the State Bank of a
were in 1018 decided to establish a amalltockyal'd Kissimmee, and the 5,000 head of cat- II SEALED TIGHT +,

near qur plant at Jackson tle was supplied by local stockmen 8 KEPT RIGHT
.,.,;, The truth about the Federal TradeCommission's form Osceola county ranges. c
.. ville. Before the plant was com
1: investigation e: "

III Why the prices of'butter and egg HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB I'warehouses, and over three hundred j; ( The Flavor *

are so high HOLD SPLENDID MEETING agents, is now known in every'part
1 'of the state but twenty-five years ago '
And other vital fact I Lasts I
many it was started in Jacksonville as a I 9
The February meeting of the Home
,very small mixing plant with a dar Jt t
Demonstration Club
one
I Whether or not you"agree with us after tional interest and was was largely attended :key at the shovel. Under the guiding '

reading this Year Book, you will at least by winter' visitors as well as the j, hajid of the president and founder -
Wilson the
Lorenzo A. growthhas
Kissimmee ladies.
know both tides.
been and substantial the
I I Mrs. S..H, Bullock; president of the steady ,
You-willfind it interesting; Americans like club, presided over the meeting, and immense Want j Of today being the .
I to hear about big things done in a big way. gave a demonstration in the making largest of its kind in the entire South. .
Mr. Wilson in his keen and broad;
I I
of straws, using the fol-
You will also discover.that we are merely grapefruit foresight has been a great factor lit IiImll
lowing recipe: "Cut the grapefruitpeel
human beings like yourself, doing in the best Into strips and parboil three the wonderful agricultural develop .

possible] way a necessary service. times, twenty minutes each time,I Iplurlng |iter ment centurv.in Florida At during the beginning the past of quar-the I uU11uIlUIIiIIIIII111UlllllllllllllIUUI{ ..tluiu... 1W1U1IIJ1l1l1l1l11l1l1UUlJ1llU1U1II( iiiI r1

Legislation! is pending in' Washington; as the water off and adding business. Florida production was al. '" '_ 1" 0 r. '. ... _. .
,
fresh each time. drain and
Then :
American citizen want to know dry most confined to and ... .
a good you j entirely oranges i
cook 1 of sugar to 1 of -' : r> Jlo *
\.1 both sides of this question. It concerns you, straws; and cup enough water" to cup dissolve,i scrub, cattle.RESOLUTIONS. .00 u.e. uo .to"o-ooo .o O 4 i o'o''o .oo v o.v o. ,00 0 0*0-

=- as well as one of the most important industries o sugar Cook till almost dry and roll

t I. G in the country. in sugar." ... ., ON THE.DE.ATK. O RAN C""E .T:R E E S
I
... Miss Albina Smith demonstrated OF JOHN A. BLACKWELL : ,
Do not hesitate to send for a copy of this kumquat and orange marmalade and e,
booklet.Your name and address are all we need. kumquat preserves. It was noticeablethat Whereas, the Almighty Father Inhis Pine Apple variety only No'canker, 'no scaly barkt, ho cottony I) I

none of the bitter quality' was infinite wisdom and goodness has cushion scale. Cle'an, thrifty, well :rooted. As good as' the best ani} ; ; '
!"t .. Address Swift &Company evident: in those products that usuallyis (seen fit to call from labor to refresh- cheaper than any. My'' home banks for reference.. Forty, thousand < > 0
+ Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois found in citrus fruit products Miss ment our respected Brother, JohnA. for sale Write *
Smith said this was eliminated by Blackwcll, to join in that celestial (40,000)) me, +
soaking the ground or chopped fruitsin abode, from which no traveler ever
Swift & 'Comp ny'U. S.A. fresh water and pouring it off or I returns, andWhereas P. H' NUCENT:
by parboiling for a few minutes, then ; our deceased Brother ,

'rr tut'titS' A't .. "'... '. removing the water, The recipes used from the time of his being raised to
+ win be published next week. j the sublime degree of a Master Mason OCALA FLORIDA
.
<'.' ,* }.fr...,James':,Allen,demonstrated a has,been a,true and:faithful;Brother, , '\-", -- .
,.if'. ,: j.,.t, "" "feather:cake,'!,using i this;recipe r9: >,"l a.\wortHy\ member))of*ours societyTan-1. otO t+4**<"tt4*.

" cup sugar, 3 teaspoonfuls butter, 1 0 patriotic citizen. .. , , .,..-
I.... -- -- -- - -- ---- --
= =--o 'II egg beaten well and 1 cup sweet jnilk. Therefore. Be it Resolved; by Or
All ingredients creamed well. Sift ange Blossom Lodge No. 80, F. & A.
twice 2r% cups flour( 2 teaspoonfuls M., that while bowing to the Divined'Decree '!
cream of tarter, 1 teaspoon soda; add we" tender to( the widow and ,
S. to wet ingredients and,, flavor. Bake family of our departed Brother our *
in three layers." 'sincere sympathy and tehderest love. I' Osceola Hardware Co.
Mrs. Allen added a jelly filling and I I ResolvedFurther; That we fed
nut icing then served her delicious ,that in ithe departure of our Brother !i itlic
FEEL MISERABLE cake to the ladies who were present. Masonic Fraternity has suffereda
Those who registered during the af- great loss and the world at large a Located oil Kissimmee's JlII

FROM THAT COLD? ternoon were: Mrs. J. Wesley Brown, good and upright citizen.
:Mrs G. W. Best, Mrs. Briggs and I' Resolved Further; That a copy of BUSIEST, CORNER
Mrs. Allen of Toronto; Mrs. 'S. H. I.thesp resolutions be mailed to the II
I Bullock, :Mrs. D. B. Spence :Mrs. J. family of our deceased Brother, a
Colds and coughs are quickly M. Cooper, Mrs. Snodgrass Miss copy be spread upon the minutes 'of RACING WITH DECAY
II & WEBSTER relieved by Dr. K1D '. Clarine Hoyt, 'of Tavares, Mrs. H. J. our Lodge and a cony handed to the
New Discovery: Alwood, Conneaut, Ohio; Mrs. W. B. local payer for publication. Every wooden building begins to 'deteriorate under the actionof

NEW INTERNATIONAL Alwood, 'Edinboro, Pa.; Mrs. Geo. Respectfully, the elements.. Painting is the only remedy. The story of all out

, Nobody should feel '' etfe tly mis* Carl. Shrleve, Ohio( ; Mrs. W. C.James Led- O.. B. FALLSJ. houses is a race with decay, and decay will win unless, the owner is
ford Jacksonville 111. Mrs. L.
DICTIONARIES areln'uia ty business ; OVERSTREETS.
cold cough bronchial
erable"from a or ,
wise and judiciously applies Paint. We have in stock about
. men,engineers, bankers, attack for very lone. For it takes only! Johnson Knoxville Tenn.; Mrs. .J. L. LUPFER.The twenty
judges, architect., phycidans! a little while to relieve't and pet back McPhatter. Mrs. S. A. Bogue Casso-! gallons of a special brand of Outside White Paint that we will sell 4
farmers teachers, librarians, clergymen en the road to recovery when Dr. polio, Mich.; Mrs. T. J. Burckhalter, Gazette wants a correspondent at a big reduction in order to close it out at once. This offer is worth ;
: 5y.uccenlutrnen and King's New Discovery faithfully Mrs. W. H. Coleman Mrs. J. C. Arthur In every community in Osceola county considering. i
women the arlJ over. used. It soon loosens the phlegm, re* Lafayette, 'Ind.; Mrs. W.' S. ,. Send in,the news, it will help the 1
Win sieves Irritation, soottfcs the parched. I !Potter Lafayette, Ind.; Miss Juleim paper and will keep your section before .
Are You Equipped to ? sore throat, brings comfort. Cleckly Mrs. M Armour, Mrs. A. J. the publl" HUNTINGThe
International Half old and popular Gould. 111. Mrs. S. R. Chap- -- ,
The New provide a century more Sterling : ---- -- ---
the means to success. It i.an all- today than ever. At all druggi u. man. Mrs. R. DeWitt Brown and Mrs. r
is but.there is still time for another
open season nearly over :
I knowing teacher,a universal queer E. E. Wells. A THOROUGH TEST -
tion answerer.If Make Your Bowels Behave big hunt. There i i. no better Ammunition in America than we sell

you seek efficiency and ad- Make them function with gratifying The Best Cough Medicine.. One to Convince-the )Most Skeptical and we would be glad to outfit you for the last expedition of the season.

'. 'nncementwhynotmakedaily precision. If regulation oi the diet When a druggist finds that his customers Kissimmee Reader..
u.eof ttiis vast fund of.Information does not relieve their torpidity Dr., all speak welt' of a certanpreparation The test ,of time is the test that
? King's New Life Pills will. They... he forms a good'opinion counts. ROOFING
' 4M.M>OVoobuUr7T.rm.. 2700!>.....
'y', MM Illu.trations. Color** Plnte. perfect bowel trainers 'cleanM the of it and when in need of such a medicine Doan's Kidney Pills have made '
i' ... 3G.IIOOGeotIrapblcaISubJeclf.. U.OO' system surely, comfortably. is almost certain to use it himself their reputation by efTectice/ action. The rains this week have been very trying to all kinds of roofs.
LntiiM.RepJirux and in his family. This is whyso The following case Is typical. Better have all the leaky places fixed before it rains again.: We sell
] Ia Chamberlain's J. B. vinced.
wrlt.for.p.o Cough Remedy.
t' Ask Your Grocer
ituen P...... Jones a well known druggist of Cub- The testimony i id confirmed-the to make.

, I UI.atr.rtauuo.Pocket r-_ run. Ksays: "1 have used Chamberlain's proof complete.Testimony .
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i .f sap. U you Wl Cough Remedy in my familyfor like' this cannot be ignored WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS '
a.me tot.MERRIAM. the past seven years, and have ,
........r. I. ( found it to be the best cough medicine Mrs II. G. Siever, 411 Clay St.,
tft d6 CHEEKNEACSCOFfEES I have ever kno\vnv"! Kissimmee, says: "My kidneys had President Wilson is in Europe and J all

been bothering me for several months L4 Nations have honored him more than

j } gpdrNbdyMni. WILSON & TOOMER PERT. CO. and I kept having such dreadful back- any other ruler of any Nation ever received
aches it was a wonder I was able to
MOVE Tp NEW QUARTERS
1t before. He is leading personality
a .
be at all. t
t t_ up My kidneys acted irregularly -
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:: r- There are many evidences of the and black spots floated before at the Peace Conference and when he
i growth and prosperity of Florida during my eyes. A sample of Doan's Kidney f VI speaks the -whole world listens. Every

TIM Stienr Withstand Weak, ", Best By Every Testfs"the'nenvfta't"paysr"'It.sbe 'the past quarter century, but one Pills was given me and I began using! + red-blooded American tilts his chin a lit-
Cold Better' Than the r; of the most concrete examples of this them. In a short time I got fine tersuite' 'p' tle higher and walk a little, straighter
You must have Health Strength and Endurance development is brought to mind by and was loon over my trouble: .
the honor bestowed
because of
to fiiht Cold,Grip and Influenza. . . . I I r I r.NEY"THAT" the announcement of the Wilson & think Doan's are a splendid kidney ;, upon our
When your blood .Is not In healthy IAYS 1 Toomer Fertilizer Company of Jacksonville remedy" (Statement given May 2$,, ,1 - : t Nation in the person of our President. ..bF

condition and does not circulate properly : that as a. celebration of its 1914).. .-. ..
your system Is. unable to withstand the. : ; does not twenty-fifth anniversary, it has mov On March 23, 1918, Mrs Siev_r = 1 LS7a J
Winter cold. trt i It."kill air,)bet before-'you kill her ed into H. handsome new OROVB'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC- give r-C.-A-Thomss': ':poultry Rem. known as the agricultural building. Doan' Kidney Pills In 1914. They
Fortifies the System Against Cold*. Grip edy twice a day: for a'week, and then This concern, with its various always give me fine relief from attacks Osceola Hardware Co.

;t and Inflaenia by Purifying and Enrkhlnjv you will not, kill her for,she will be branch houses._ _, many distributing of backache and I say a goal> ,
paying you a profit. It not only n word for them at every ODoort unity.;
,': ., die contains Blood. thswen-koown' tonic ptopt makes hens lay but it is a remedy for UN OuMM. Tact 'Dttt list Affect thtHud. Price 60c at all" ,dealers. Do 1.'t.

;:" : ertles of Qulnln and. a form Cholera,'Roup, and Gape We guarantee ......ol1U Ionia .1Id tenth effect.tAXA I' ask for a kidney l'efJIedy-goet
ccepuble to the most delicatein stomach it to cure or we refund your Tl BaOMOQUlllIMSUtMttt-tfcMa-dia-jy. '. Kidney Pills-the same that '

., '! and 1* pleasant to'tak.. You can soon feel money. 'Waters & Carson Grocery 1 M.mod.-doM. amwatb.v/aeIii eM CMM nommmmm o-.m .mot... Siever had. Foster-Milburn. ( Enrr'- -i'Sb1kdi'.Aarertlset" flair '1( .U" .fa1 t*. Cutttt ,

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!OUR . THE DSSIMMrE'ALLEY GAZET1L FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1919. _


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WANTS CANDIDATES TO rang I bogs loot on the rang Incr. poultry, citrus fruit and truck! \
Lo- Inic. twice a month at 60., per year- ,
tool
f K1SS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE Farming and Implements
DECLARE, THEIR POSITION I ADDITIONAL LOCALS I rated near Krnansvllla. Price '''.600. three years for II.00. Only livestock
half cash balance term to B. and general farming paper la the'tale.
: Klrtsimme Gazette FOR SALE H. Guy, kenansville. Fla. a'l1til.It Write today.
Valley .
: ;
P........ Every Friday.KKe ;
my H.... "Valley (0...". C..ea.yKl..l..e I hare been thinking quite seriouslyof Schaber "OJR RENT Nlo* Furnished House. FOR RENT-l-room house furnished;.
FloridaB. Wm. and wife of Medina, Apply to J. McPhaltor.. f8! -lf. 10-room house furnished; bou...
saying a few things in regard to Ohio were pleasant visitors in Kis- keeping rooms: unfurnished dwel
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w. Harris, PrY.I.... '' Kissimmee .or rather to its'taxpayer simmee this week. ,while touring Flor PARK HOTEL OR at altrartlve SALE -Second-hand prices Oacsola Ford Motor car lings Mrs K. E. Wells. tf.'

II:. Q \mm. A..*., Srr* arvKm. The great question now 1s .who shall ida. < Cor. Broadway &: Dakin Are. Co: SOT Proadway FOR SALE!-One Emerson Typewriter.
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,I. ..... ... tli be. elected for the folloWing year toj I I Cary D. Lahdis, of DeLand, one One Block From i model three Valley, visible Gazette.as good. as new.Apply tt.
of the most prominent attorneys in ,Depot WELLJNGS for rent. Apply to. M i "
.
help Kissimmce to come to life ag-ain, Tiller I
.......rt.t...i Aden i Florida; was here!' on legal": business KISSIMMEE FLORIDA FOR RENT-Furnlihed, except bed.
c. Copy..:(in. Tear.-j_,........... 00 and another is, shall we bulkhead or this ,week. fnMEUR-Si-nrt today for a free sam ding, One concrnte house, formerly
On. Copy, Blx Months___..-_.__,- 100 not bulkhead I .. Inquire of. Stockman. published at Jacksonville occupied by J. D. Clark. Apply A.
One Copy Three Months.._.:.-...*.a..7/ | Ex-Sfrt.: .Billey Hart has a nice collection pie copy of the Florida Farmer and I I.IIt. 8. Nelson's office or ,11.. A. Hunter.
Now, Mr. Candidate whoare'can, of German war relics that will MRS. A. ROSE[ Proprietressthe T.- about Ityomock raising... dairy.' 'I 6.4 t.I .

All commxitiJcutloni. except from our ninjf for office, ifyou would announceto be on exhibition Monday in. the Ca- ,
etbortsed correpondnts must be ;
sino lobby.. .
susoed by the writer. the taxpayers, whether you favored ) oooooooooO O O 'CO OOA'C
Rejected matter will not be returned bulkh ading .,or: not, then the voters 1 t! ]Mrs.\ James H. Dillard and young ,

I .,__ ... calle for. would know "which is which." Maybe{,8n. James Jr., of Asheville N. C., office to the very best of my "MHt'>

I Entered in th. rostofflee at KlmlmS you 'are afraid to come out into the are visiting her parents Dr. and Mrs.J. J. M WOll11ALr. I II
Florida,' .. second-class matter.. open and tell .us where you stand,' .' J. Richards. I '
FOil MAK"IIAL AMI TAX CJLLEr"
but 1 will venture to say that the j C. E. 'Carlson of St. .Cloud was in 'fOR.I . 5 ,
".r candidate that will come out in the I town Monday in connection with his I
on) this question of bulkhead 'or Contract for the Kenansvilleroad. am a candidate for the'efnce 0 fc
.. open building
/ { Marshal and Tax Collector of the Clf: IM GOtNd pOwN -
no bulkhead; will stand 'a.Kottl'r/ .. of Klaalmmeeend take this methot I TOMO.aeW TOG.T /
chance to tie elected than the candi j Dr. McCarthy Shingle ,Creek 4f soliciting the support of the voter Areal TNINLa %
'. date that will sit on the fence. | who is county physician for Osceola In the' approaching? HOWELL i>primary DABS

',. J'lease.,tell us through the Valley ,
business
a .visitor
.. J county, was ) here '
Gazette where you stand so we taxpayera j J I Monday. FOR MA.RMIAI.. A TAX COl.I.KC.. = w WEtE.OUtOT. r a'
,, will know where to mark, TOH. REIURNtNTRB0IAMOVT -
you j j Mr., and Mrs. R. W. Whipple, who NEtIT atawrn ;;.,: _
'" 1 on the ballot. Now if I remember j 1 the winter at t am a candidate for re-election tf
'ff. : correctly, and, the impression I get are spending Daytona the. office of Marshal and Tax Collector !
''" I came over for the week-end with, *theformer's and will support of ar' '
'y from what. has been tloUe, that the )' father.i the votersof 'jfl r t'ri.'t coming; Al.2I
gsrA
', !sP city of Kissimmee is to issue' the p
'.1, TEPRE bonds then if that land is not sold i Mrs.' P. G. Cromartie of Shingle .1.cUon.GEO, W. OVERSTREET. .

when those bonds come due then 'you, Creek 'is confined to her home by illness It in _.!* tfcasj likely <... Mr. Taxpayer,, are asked to pay the at this time, end is under the. the. FOR solicitation!COUNCILMAN.At ] of my many surrounding country, which 'doesn't stand In need! of some article of'
bonds, for I don't believe you can sell care of Dr. T. M. Rivers: friends I have decided ,.to become a furniture, .

.., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY. 7, 1919 those bonds, and only make them a I Earle Cowg, who has been Radio candidate for primary councilman If elected In the I Setll approaching -!

,, ,.' lien on the, land reclaimed. Operator on 4Scout Patrol No. 101," use my Influence for an economical! We deem It safe to a..u'n.: that In a large majority of cases
. ': More tourists arriving every day. Well, someone will say the city of has been released from active service and progressive" administration.K. I the owners ont..m'Jllat''th.. purchase of such Furniture at '
Ii I 8. FLOYD. ..
Kissimmee will stand good for them. 'land returned home this week. '
I j varying future datta, some no doubt. In the Immediate future.
,.' changed hands this Well, are you willing Mr. Taxpayer, Sgt. James Miller is home on a FOR CO V,HOI 1.1*A Wi" I
ll lli llr llt t More property. to sign the. second mortgage on Kis {twenty day leave of absence to visit I hereby announce myself ai a ..an.1 .
.... ,. .... ,
_k. I for )00OOOT? If so all dldat for the office of Councilman fora Te .11 we wish t My that we err always prepare* e
simmee his father J. W. Miller. Miller
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Sgt. I full term subject to the action of i year rv..1........ mmm will b. gd..ed t* akew 7- lar.sgb..r. a/.ea .' ,
) right. is stationed at Charlotte. N: C. : the whit mah's primary, and promiseIf .4 tl_,. fmmrmmtfflmm the lateal aryles .. de/._ '
a. always a ud
: and of bering ,
\ potatoes are Let look in the .
Acres little future.
acres !I us a Mr and Mrs. R. and'' Misa elected, to exert my best efforts towards j
Kenney the upbuilding of Klsalmmee by MUM *etlsl.etl.s wits every mmrvm mr. .' :
around Kissimmee and in We will say the bulkhead is done.
planted Grace
winter
I Kenney ''visitors from
; I an economical progressive administration
ether parts of the county. Well what next? Now comes two ,Weston, Mass., spent the, early part and respectfully elicit, the support C. H. GRANTHAM"Th
I :miles: or I etc. Well,, we can't stop now, Mr. city STOW And proas-. : :
? The city has "nailed" a big contract I II Taxpayer, we win have to issue bondsto E. R.,Fox and bride.,nee'Makdaline B..at.. BREAKER. Satisfactory Star*" "
mill and Dow who has been touring Florida :' J '.
lumber
I to furnish power to a do the paving, etc. Just pay up, FOR ('C I'JIICILM"J !*!.
,i has purchased the machinery to de vele Mr. Taxpayer! .1,ten their honey moon arrived from St, hereby announce* myself a candidate .
Petersburg this week for a short visit for re.election a. city councilman.
Now is look before
>p this current and a reserve+ power my advice you with the groom's parents Mr. and will, appreciate ):ells support
i leap. Well, what can we do if we can'tafford W. W CARSON
rr *<]ually as great. Come on ay you to bulkhead, some one will say Mrs.> George W. Fox, of this city.

< manufacturers who are looking for a to make Kissimmee more prosperous ? ) J. W. Miller has been appointed local FOR ('OCNC11.11AV: i.I ?,
candidate for the Office of
location for your plants. Well Kiosimmee could use a tannery agent for the Coe-Mortimer Fertilizer city am councilman a and solicit the support .
_- boot and shoe factory; yes, if all the Co., to succeed J. T. Burckhalter of the voters of Kissimmee In the

j The public school is nearing the hides were tanned here and then manufactured whom) we understand has been approach, J rlmarxL1VJNOSTON I I
in to shoes 'it would save transferred to Lake county. Mr. Mil
-c:1CJse': of its first Semister. There are
." the transportation charges both ways.A ler was checked in, and took charge FORT COCVI'lLMAN.' .
; few echpole in the country that will good payroll every Saturday night i of the local office last Saturday. hereby announce myself a ..cnndl
enjoy so complete a term as those of I II I date for election for one year term as
.11I> will help Kissimmee more than anything Mrs. W. B. Witherspoon who has City Councilman and will appreclnt
I L. this section. Many buildings have I can think of now. Well some been in a sanitarium in Orlando'for: the j your support. j

', closed.: In many places the doors 1 asked me: "What's the matter with past several weeks returned home A. R. R1'EO.'

":'! have been closed for an indefinite per.iod'if .I I your town ? Last winter when I was last Wednesday Dr. Witherspoon. going FOil 'Ot''C'ILMA !
; ; I .clown! here you bad a nice fruit store; up to that city and accompanying I I hereby announce myself a ral'<1I.
not for the remainder of the this winter you have got nothing anymore her home. We regret to learn that date for City (Councilman of Klmlm*

, term, in an effort to stamp out influ ," as he expressed himself me.. her condition is only slightly improve mee port, of and the respectfully voters In the solicit white the man's sup. ,

;: enza. Well where a town goes backward ed. It nary.
there is always reason for 1t. Either'
i :; When one hundred of a town's most the taxes are too high or'you,, sq
a influential, men gather around a "fes der the taxpayers' money, and the this winter at the home'lof Mrii I hereby announce myself a candidate
citizens! cannot meet expenses; gets i and {Ira. J. F. Niswonger in the for re-election as City Councilman 3y
tive board" for 'a smoker; something disgusted with the town and leaves. Shingle Creek section departed Tuesday subject. to the "white man's" primary l lr
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e f !i'' is sure to be accomplished 'but 'when Well, some will blame the mayor or for; their northern homes the If the elected same I Promise to' cart give In the the office fu. A-r-!:

.; an oyster feast is added toe good the city council for all the ups and I former at Shelby Ohio, and the latter lure that I have ((1 In the pant.

,' measure, the community spirit which' downs of our city but let that be as i at St. Louis Mo. F. H L.AWHON. i

will\ arise from this it may. Since I came back from Jacksonville I Mr. end Mrs. Wm. Trickett Giles FOR CITV CLERK. '
(
good fellowship
I I had a talk with our mayorin and son, are registered at the Gray. T hereby announce myself a Candidate Yes-Sometimes It Isr But Look
.J, ; should be strong enough to "go over regard to our new water and light stone. Mr. Giles will deliver a lecture for re-election to the office of 1r.1 ,
city clerk subject to the action/ of the"white
. the top" with. the bulkhead rates. Now he stated to that h I
even me ? at the Casino Theater this evening. man's primary, and hereby solicit
p move.iThe'.; did not think: it fair and just as they j Subject "Bridjre Building" This lec- the support of the qualified voter Out When The "Bump" Comes .!
', .v now are. Well,, let me see. What the ture is under the auspices of Kissim- and the good Influence of my othernumerous .

: ;. bulkhead I movement t;; !le gaining i council promised to dp; before the mee Lodge No. 1485, L. O. O. M., and ." friends. .. In. J.mv.R. OILHERT.K behalf A nan may go on quite a while spending every dollar be earns '': .
_
i meters ,were installed. They said we i is delivered
.1" between acts
: i. '. momentumevery'dey:: ,! Withdthecity I ; will read your meter every month and I .H CIIV 'ut'N'n."A\! as MOD, or even before be gets H-and have a great time doing it, "
.
council"pledged to support"it,"with a you pay' only for what you use. All!'I1 mer Dr.assistant E. M. Dowling-state veterinarian of Orlando;visit-for. I ,,Mereby for-eouneilman',announce' .for'htlterm mywlf.a' c'andl.date ,of -bat. eventually "thorns" will show "

\ "feasible plan suggested and the citizens right, says Mr.. Wateruser that's 1 *" -
j led the city today, accompanied byDr.. Kissimmee. subject to the actions of '> j
back of the movement it will be fair. But is this fair and just as you 1 G, W. Cliffe, of Upper Sandusky 0., the "white and man's" primary. I am for Tie "rainy day" is,bound to come sooner or later, when kit

only a matter of time till the waste charge him now? I used 800 gallonsof 1 I and Dr. H. Clifford Murray of Glen economy proirrens.QEQnOE W. FOX. mis-spent dines and dollars would come into mighty good play.
i water a month; I paid one dollar Falls N. Y. ( .
i both veterinarians. Dr. -
places of that portion of the city will for same. My neighbor used 6,500' i FOR COUN'ILMAS.) t
I I
Dowling has The time
gone into active practice to throw off the habit is
I hereby announce myself a candidate spending now-
Income one of the most select resident gallons, and he only paid one dollar ;
and will
be in Kissimmee every Wed. for the one year term aa city start by depositing jail a little each week in this bank J
districts of Kissimmee, and a building for it. ,Now does it cost to furnishme nesday afternoon, with headquartersat councilman and promise tf elected to .; !
: era begin. the 800 gallons as much as it doesto the Central DrugStore.. make every effort to bulkhead the and see bow muck more comfortable and independent ;
I / lake front.
furnish my neighbor 6,500 gallons? W H. ARNOLD. yon will feel as the habit grows and your dollars .

Among the many plans which have Answer Mr. Councilman!{ Do not forget the Kitsimmee Val. I multiply -;$ .c .
They will argue! if they only would
been suggested for honoring our dead charge for what we used they could ley Gazette office: .does fine printing.ANNOUNCEMENTS. Classified Advertisements

vjio made the supreme sacrifice in the not run the plant. Well, I am willing

war, that of planting trees to perpetuate to. pay 25 cents per thousand gallons, .
their or pay more if it takes that much to FOR MAYAN VVANTED-flood cook.l<< None other STATE BANK OF
memory seems the most need apply. Mrs Westfnll B-lt,
At the -
( meet expenses but I will not pay very solicitation of many friends
fitting. Louisiana is planning to plant I hove decided to become a candidate
long fl.OO for ,
every'thousand gallons for Mayor of Kissimmee FOR AI.K-REAL ESTATE-40 to HO
t 400 miles of Victory Oaks the unless the I will ap acres h'Kh pine land In Orange
along you repeal present ordinance predate the support of the voters, and county ,
t Jefferson Highway, it is said. The and make a better one. Why If .elected pledge myself .to use my A% C.8 miles U R.southwest Tnear of Zante Orlando Station on
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idea Is a beautiful one and should be not let us pay for what we use? best and vndeavora. to work to for enforce the betterment the ordinances of and Winter Home 1'. (J. Ten milesN KISSIMMEE 1.
f Well now :Mr. Taxpayer let us Klsslmm. W. of Kissimmee. Splendid' citrus ,
adopted in Florida, where the official hear from you. If you have something W. J. STEED. land. About 160000 worth, of timber I
I
+ Will consider trade for city or
Dixie Highway and other
't routes better up your sleeve than whatI FOR H41Y41R. Northern property. Address L C. RESOURCES $7SI ,OOO.OO Capital $100,000.00
should be bordered with these emblematic have suggested let it,out. T hereby announce myself a candidate YAGER. Oreensburg;, Indiana. '8.8t.
;. trees. Now you may call me a knocker, for re-election to the office of ./.
Mayor of Klaslmmee WANTEn--Good competent man topermanently
subject to the
but I have
told you only the truth action of the "White 1Ilan'II" primary. take care of orangekrove.
The Kissimmee Motor Club the and ask if the truth hurts, let it hurt. ..1. a CADEU Must be thoroughly familiar Officers and Directors: !
Ii Now. if it takes a knocker to wake with rare of grove. Answer glvlnrexperience C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P.
I, kcal organization of the American Kissimmee FOR MAVOH. : wares required to Or. ,
let's have
r up a few good+ I am a candidate for the office of nice Grove care Klsdlmmee Valley
i- i Automobile Association, has come to knockers. Mayor of Kissimmee and will appreciate Oa...".. s It. J. D. JEFFORDS, CashierN. .1

; life and shows evidence of becoming Hoping this will escape the waste the support of the voters In theapproaching B. CARSON, M. KATZ, .
+ basket. ; primary. FOR RENT OR SALE-10 acres of potato -
a strong factor in bringing about the A. TAXPAYER. E. A. MILTON land under Rood state of (culti! C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING

1 1..' t' prosperity that is due this section. BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIETY FOR MARSHAL Avn TAX COL.L.EC- low vation.lQC.room FOR bungalow SALESroom; S-room bunga.bun- N. C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY, If

4 There is no doubt that an automobile TOR. KH low, at rock botton price .1. A.
f: Iii MEETS AT MRS. HERZBERG'SThe 'Barclay, 200 Bryan St. 7-tf. J. WADE TUCKER. Directors ';
club has
an important part to play I hereby announce myself as a candidate
: in bringing advantages of this Woman's for the office of City Marshaland FOR BALE-Eighty acres; ll acres
city
Missionary Societyof Tax Collector to be voted for In cleared and under fence: 1 acres In ;::.
and locality before the people and it the First Baptist church held their the "Whltemans1 I Primary" to be held bearing orange grows; 12COO worthof .
In March., and hereby solicit the votesof cypress timber on tract tour- --- -- ---- ,-- ---- - -- j
h is regular monthly meeting at the homeof ; ---------
i gratifying to) know the members the cltlxens. qualified to vote In said room house and kitchen Also CO ccoooooo OOOO oo
{ are awake to their Mrs. Fred Herzberg, Tuesday afternoon election and If elected promise. to nil head of cattle and a good bunch ol OtOOtOt.OOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOO.
{ opportunities
of
.'iJ: I at 3:30: o'clock when the fol .

I ', boosting the city. 0. dered lowing: interesting program. was ren. !< >< ><- 4 fl ->< -flfr< < < New Mead Market ::11:

LADIES OF G. A. R. WILL Topic-Foreign Missions.. Leader ,

; MEET LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAYThe Mrs. A. 1 1.. Chapman. ATTENTION! ATTENTION! ', .' I have opened a New Meat Market in the Miller-Stanford Buildu/g/' ,'

Paper 'Characteristics of the Chinese ; ; No. 18 Stewart Ave. "
next: regular meeting of the People," :Mrs. H. M. Breaker. I t Will handle w: '.

+t* fiedgewiclc Circle Ladies of the G. A. "Plea for More Missionaries in Japan
R., will occur February 12th Lincoln's ; Mrs. J. D. Jeffords. : i Fresh Florida and Western Meats J

ll.. birthday. Members of the Circle will Talk-IoLatln America Italy, nnd DR. E. M. DOWLINGGraduate V ' ,
be at the hall promptly at 2 p. m. Africa," Mrs. Chapman. V > Poultry, Eggs Milk, Bread and Fresh Vegetables. Full Weight. J
After a short business session there The roll call was answered by Missionary < PHONE' 145.
will be a social hour with readings Current Events and the Veterinarian V V PRICES. REASONABLE' i

t and talks members of the post expected meeting was closed by Mrs. N. C. f

to take, part in the speaking. Bryan, in a prayer for Foreign Mission E. A. MILTON
The meeting will close with light re Fieldg.About {

j " .. f. freshmenta.F thirty guests were present Treat Scientifically Disease of all Domestic Animals t
to enjoy the lesson and the following : ,
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F '; i FIRST METHODIST CHURCH social hour. Mr. Mrs. Herzberg served - I Visits Made to Kissimnee at Reasonable Rates . I

The Epwbrth League District Institute chocolate Danish rice sandwiches, cakes. find a -

for the Orlando district, which YOU ARE INTERESTED AND YOU!

V z will convene in Kissimmee in the CLOCK GOLF CONTEST NEXT Calls may be left at Central Drug Storeor 'i
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Fint Methodist church on Saturday, s
.a at 7:30 p. m., will continue through SATURDAY, Phone Orlando THE WATERMAN-WATERBURY CO. |

., _'jBunday:; evening,taking up all the reg. Now (,
plar church services except Sunday Mr. S. H., Bullock, captain of the defy competition in price coupled with the well-known merit of: '

r ,.r i .... School which will be" held at the usual ladies' golf activities at the Country the Waterbury Chemical InDoor Closet, which they now offer YOU, '.
time 9:45 a. m." Club hag announced a clock contest Will at $10.00, F. O. B. Factory. "
'r :Two< distinguishedworker* 'will be fort Saturday, February 8th. be in Kissimmee every Wednesday afternoon Can '
tow the program' the Conference The player' may make their roundat you poa.iDly.alford to be without one? '' NO. .Then: m-

,!Miss Emma. Tucker and Rev. Ralph any time convenient to themselves .* .:.municate with their agent, "* '

JE. Nollner. of Nashville, Tenn., and their/score will be re8' e rd. A "J :EDMUND *

Everybody is cordially Invited to I ten((cent'fee, will be charged r,land a ,Phone '389 Orlando, 'Melrose House !. SWABEY.. .. lssimmee, Fla.:,

qT ... .'w"'rY ,-1 .)ttend all of thes, inspiring! services. small price awarded to the player . 801m"/ ,
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THE KISSIMMEE; VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1919. .A. FIVE

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Hear that Homestead Trio on 'the J, A. Simmons, a well-known citizen Louis Schmidt another of Kissim j- -'+I Miss Clarine Hoyt, of Tavares.

'I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS 'II New Edisonj. Theyer wonderful. of St. Cloud, was among the Outof. I I. boys, was mustered out of the Fla.. was the Guest of Miss Albina

a Central Drug,, Store. town tvisitors here Monday. this week, and came home. Smith. Miss Hoyt is county,. .agent
Reynolds, Osceola county engineer El Bass, one of St. Cloud's best Camp Jackson S. C. for Lake. county. :
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.oe..O, ( Casino Theatre *, was among the business, visitors known citizens was in town. Monday I I Prof: W. Norrla Harris who' has, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cochran"' and
to Kissimmee Monday. looking after business and meeting''been at .Fort Green the put few Miss Molly Mae Padgett of Galnes.

| Weather Report j Arthur Lane, A. R. Reeves andMaxwell friends. weeks came to Plant City Saturday yule spent several days here this
Week of February 10 : > A. Kilvert were a party of Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. .Stokes. Mr. spending the week-end with friends week leaving for their home Tues

Matinee 3:30. % Night 7:15-8:30 railroad men fj>m Jacksonville and Mrs C. M. Hanks of Middlebury, here. Prof. Harris will thence go to day. They were dinner aruestn of a'
pending Sunday in Kissimmee. j Vt., were a party of tourists looking Kissimmee. where he will visit friendsfor their old-time. ,friend, Mrr.'C. II.. Summers
Following are daily temperature Three good ranch propertiesbar about Kissimmee Saturday. They the balance of the week.-Plant Saturday evening.

and precipitation a.', reported MONDAY rains. How forage a stock farm do were guests at. the Graystone.! .City Courier. Lieutenant! James M. Huffman', whoIs
by Government station Ex-Sgt. Billy Hart presents "THEKAISER" you want Let us tell you about it. "The 'Land of the Free" a human Mrs. Chloe Allen of Sharon, Pa.,I Just from overseas, is enjoying a,
at KUsimmee fo- tbe week' coding I and his Giggling Sissy Son, Jelsoti Realty Company. Interest film the principal \Mrs. Pearl Lawrence and :Miss M, L. short'furlough with his sister, Miss
portraying
Thursday,. Jan. 30, 1919: "The. CROWN PRINCE: Mrs J. G: Ball who came south to incidents in the career of General Lawrence, of Pittsburgh, Pa., and 'Mona Huffman of Kissimraee, and
I 11th Episode"A James P: Clark, of Sharon Pa., werea his parents Mr. and Mrs. A;!S.Uuffman. -
MaL Mln. Rain FIGHT FOR A MILLION." enjoy a month of Florida's genial climate Pershing; will be shown,at the Gray-.
congenial( party-of tourists arrivingat of Dundee. Lieut. Huffman is
was called to her home in Ralrigh. stone Casino on Friday Feb. 14th.
Thursday ..._.. 75 64 .14 ; ;
Kissimmee Sunday. They convalescing from a wound 'and will
are ;
N. C., Sunday the illness of
Friday: _....._. 79 59 TUESDAY her husband. by Mrs. J. M. Paulk arrived this week; pleasantly located in apartments at report at a hospital at Camp McPherson
Saturday ....'.., 80 64 Metro presents Hail Hamilton in" from Cairo Ga., for a visit with her the home of Mr. and Mrs., J. )f. Gard'' Ga, at the conclusion of his'leave
A' ."FIVE THOUSAND AN HOUR.. James M. Willsen.Jr... spent several! sister, Mrs. J. L. Overstreet. and to nor, on Mabbette street. of absence.
._... 76 59
, ; Sunday T. Screen Telegram.WEDNESDAY days this week .t Jacksonville wheri assist in caring for their mother Mrs.
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t J Monday ...---. 73 52 he attended a meeting' of the State G. W. Bass, who is quite lilt at ,the ,
I .p't"T: : Tuesday ....'_*_ 68 50 'Board of Missions of the Baptist Overstreet home.,'
Vitagraph presents Gladys Lester in churches, of which organization he i ia 111
Wednesday. ':: ___ 71 43 J. L. Overstreet. Jim Goodman andS. I _
"THE BELOVED IMPOSTER. member. I .. ..
.. .000..00000... .. . . . Mutt and Jeff in ? . Graham motored to St..Cloud Sun Third Annual'' "
"HITTING THE HIGH SPOTS." Wood Tyner has sold his interest day with their fraternal brother Tay
'For Sale-Four' mules,'W.J. Miller; in th."Overland Garage and will devote for Partin who is In'a hospital l there.
;. 46-tf THURSDAY his time to the sales feature of They extended their trip to Alligator I
William Fox presents Geo. Walsh in the auto\ business handling the Hudson Lake and were dinner gue.teof Mr., MUSIC FESTIVALORLANDO
Mrs. S. R. Chapman spent Wednesday "LUCK AND PLUCK. Super Six and the .Essex Four. and Mrs. George Saunders, who formerly : ,

and Thursday'in Tampa. this Harold Loyd in Comedy Frank' Jones :will be In charge of the lived here Murray. Overstreet. .
r' week; '"SIC 'EM, TOWSER" former garage and will operate a repair .accompanied the party., '

.' Dreg o. For sale* by Central, Drug: shop.A Walter Nelson, who has been in the FLORIDA
4 Store FRIDAY \lmber'of Kissimmee's boys"who aviation department of the U. S. A.,

r Miss Mattie,. Bandy left: thi. week William Fox presents have been doing "overseas" service returned home this.week from Love .
t for' eastern markets to purchase Jier AMERICA'S HERO GEN. PERSIl. and who returned home in the :31st Field, near Dallas Texas, where he
': spring stock of millInery; ING in Division! ire expected here within was mustered out of service. Mr. Five Great Concerts
\ Good 80 acres for rent two houses "THE LAND OF THE FREE. the next-few days. They are Corp. Nelson said he was delighted to be

well furnished. Nelson Realty Co. Paramount presents Fatty Arbuckle. Will Mason Tiller, Sgt. Roy Graves j home again and would take up his '
W; R. Godwin of St.' Cloud, was in in "THE OTHER MAN." sgta. Ernest and James Oliver and business 'with his father once,more. FEBRUARY 28th, MARCH lit, 2nd and 3rdFlorida's

town Monday to be present at the Roy O'Berry. They are all members I Mrs. Nelson stopped off at Orlandofor
regular meeting of the county school SATURDAYD. .Company B, 329th Infantry: a brief visit with her parents.WARNING .

i-'I: -r ,... 'board.-" I W. Griffith presents 'I' . Greatest Musical. ,Event
THE WORLD.
"HEATRTS OF
Neal -Smiles" rendered perfect, at. .
... .O.OO.O O..O. O.OO.O..O..O.. OO.O.OOOO .OOOOOO
12 reel accompanied by a
er the Central Drug Store, on the New a picture .
Edison. '12 piece. Symphony Orchestra. MISCHA ELMAN. Violinist
Prices 60c $1.00 and $1.50 and War
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', *Nellie .
Mre. Rogero left Wednesday
'" . on her' ''semi-annual ,trip to, eastern -Tax. Chorus of 200 Voice and Orchestra in,,'t,
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., points to purchase goods for the Bon NOTE-Pearl Whit 'i'n' "
:'t' . Ton Hat Shop., "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER" ..x Rossini: _.!...____"Stabat Mater t y

i:+;jd-: . -'*Nlcf furnished home close in. to will be shown the following Monday: -- MendlssoWs.______...."Elijah" ,'--' ,",;.,1'". 4Creig's .
rent for two months. Come see us. with "A FIGHT FOB A MJLL1ON." "THE"KAISER.HI ... '
Nelson Realty Company.. ,,6 _______,"Olaf Trygvalson"Assisted :
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. a'r I. Messrs. S. J. Clapp F. S1 ''Clapp by the following 'soloists, all of Metropolitan. .(fame/: '
r as3d Miss Dora Clapp, were among Nothing like Pyrox. For sale by
Fitziu. of Chicago Opera Company.
Anna the
: soprano .
, : ? the tourists from Clyde, Ohio, looking Central Drug Store. '. '
about Kissimmee this week. They j :Mrs Clyde Bass of Kenansvllle: ] Idelle Patterson C6loralura soprano.

stopped at the Graystone. spent a.few days last week visiting Wylie D. Aldridge. dramatic soprano. __
... relatives Kissimmee. e
.AlIna"Cae win In
sing for always
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TOGETHER WITH,HIS GIGGLING contralto.
SISSY SON
Jean'CxxMXt. >
on the New Edison, !:.The Phenograph Pyrox 'Spray for your garden. For ;. ..** ..- IM-T trriar'.t. .**
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't with a SouL" For sale by Central sale by Central Drug Store. Phone CROWN PRINCE' -'Arthur, Hackett tenor.'t s ?
i' ; THE "': ,.t.
Drug Store. 41. :i
Lester I bats-baritone.
.. Bingley '
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rn1,.. Mr.-and Mrs H. Y. Hensey and Mr.. Wm. T.'Giles and wife 'arrived from :
is '
coming. to the >: Marion t Ilous, pianist: +e
and Mrs. W. E. Hensey were a party Baltimore Md.. Thursday and were j. ./ .
of sight seers from Springfield, 111., guests at the Graystone. ," Lotta Greenup violinist;
,visiting this section Wednesday when W. R. Lanier of Campbell\ Station I Casino Theatre Monday February 10 '
'' li} they were guests at the Graystone. .pent Monday here attending the February a _
Samuel Flinn a prominent ice man school board meeting. '
Season Tickets. $12.00 sale. Address all communications
; now on
ufacturer Kansas City Mo., was
.. sale
46 acres close to-town for easy
in Kissimmee this week for a brief nayment plan or exchange for good Presented and Lectured by Sgt. Billy Hart
stay, and was shown places'of Interest home in Kissimmee.. Nelson Realty "I' Orlando Music Festival.Ass'n
: feJIN around the city.by A. S. Nelson. Company. NOT A WAR PICTURE Rmlwith: regular program. Price. ? ',. DRENNEN. .

74r' Six room house newly painted Mrs. Jt M,.,Wfllson, one of Kissim- 10 ,.an4 20 teats. IJ WALTER Dirsctor. "
.- ,good flowing well, and good rich land; mee's ponular and prominent lad'es CALUOPfi '" Orlando. Florida.
j' LISTEN FOR THE ON 11fE STREETS
two sale cheap : : : : t : : | ,
nearly acres for easyterms is. spending today in Orlando.-Re- .
'. Nelson Realty Company. porter-Star (Tuesday). ">*4"fl""fr*<"fr $ $+ frfr v>> $ <'fr* $+v>* ** ?

Miss :Mary Hodnett, who came Ohio man has some: good propertyfree __ -
I home from Plant City last week on and clear, to deal for property -- - -
ccount of the closing of the schools North. Good opportunity. Nelson 7
i for an Indefinite' time has entered Realty Comyany. -I _
to her -
Southern College complete Lieut. L. J. Graham and Lieut. .
senior :year in the high school course.
Spooner of Carlstrom Field near Arcadia
''' County Agent Javns has been advised . came up in a ship Saturday to ...
| that the- time for receiving! ap- spend the week-end with W. B.. Crawford -
f plications for the purchase of nitrate, ,, <
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|of soda from the government has ,most.. beautiful. music ever
u.They
[been'9 extended to <(J.Feb><'<15thtj M r, made* -:.Re-created; < by.\ the New Edi .. '
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"javens will furnish application blanks son. Let us demonstrate Central .. : .\ <. ,
upon request.! Drug Store agents. ,..
who enlisted in ,
Nelson Maklnson Joseph W. Pratt and wife of West-
= the naval reserves has been' released yule N. J.. were among the tourists ,t
from active dutv and has 'returned
recently arriving in Kissimmee. This .
b"' home. He was in the signal service I is their first visit to the city and they -
and was stationed at the light house
are greatly delighted with it.
just out of Key West most of the ;
time he'was on duty. I Fine grove on pretty lake, good THE UNIVERSAL CAR '
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r" 1 improvement, owner! will take part iC
C. W. Ward has just purchased a ,
pay In town property, good property. '
new "Hudson 6" speedster through I Nelson Realty Company. '. .. :. .: : .; , ,:: \{, .:". '.
has ;
F. H. Tyners agency, and now .
Miss Eleta Padgett, of Tampawas .
one'of the sportiest cars in the city.
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Milton
t his
y... Mr. Ward is also again driving
Pledger for the week-end. Mr. and
handsome Packard after having it ,
1." :Mrs. Pledger motored to Tampa Sun-
1 laid up for several months. day to take. her home returning here The of the Ford Motor to sell its
1.. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Spading motored Monday. policy Company
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Thursday ternoon for
to
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:Manager: Woodbeck has secured
I i;. the auto races. En route they stopped I). W. Griffith's Master Picture, for the lowest consistent with de-
possible 'price
,': at Orlando for the latter' father! Dr< Hearts of the World," for Saturday f. cars s
,::1 ; "'. . Wm. Osenbach and wife, who n
t ', party companied expects them to be on home the this trio,after The. the February Orchestra picture.15.of. twelve Their pieces own Symphony.will play pendable quality, is too well known to require com

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noon.
Milton has opened a meat Mrs. W.A., Steed, of DeLand came of conditions
E. A present
1\\!;>' market in the Miller-Stanford build down last week for the week-end 'with ment. Therefore, because ,
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her son. W. J.: Steed. She was ac- n

'>,' began ing on business Stewart last avenue.Saturday Mr! Milton and and companied daughter by and her son-in-law son, Arthur Mr. and and there can be no change in the prices on Ford cars: .. '

to full line of Florida
", proposes carry a
Mrs. Thomas L. Jackson.
and J Western meats, fresh fish.eggs (
w
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butter and in fact everything': James G. Johnson of Knoxville,
visually! handled in a first-class mar. Tenn., arrived this week to join :Mrs. ,.Runabout $500.00
ket. Johnson who has been spending several .
weeks in Kissimmee. Mr. and
Mrs F. A. Curtis, Mrs L. Youngson :- .
: Mrs. Johnson will take a trip next
IP' and Miss Grace Switzer motored week to Fort Myers, Arcadia and Touring Car525.00
down from Orlando Wednesday afternoon "
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other points, and will then return
. bringing Miss E. L. Switzer, here.
r I who is district secretary of the Wom
: an's Missions of the Orlando district Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Evans, of Bahm Couplet 650.00 i

"" to attend! the meeting! of the Mis"ionrv -, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. ... P. Lind, of i
" : society of the M. E. Church. Miss' Akron Ohio pent some time in Kis- ,

,. "' i Switzer: returned by train in the ev- simmee this week en route for St. Chassis 4'75.00
Petersburg. They are touring the .
; ening.
r state in their car. While in KiR'sim.mee I
j' Kansas man owns 220 acres in one they spent the day at the Park
:. farm.. 80 in another, also: two good: hotel. Sedan 775.00
houses in County Seat town all worth
.' $25,000 wants to deal for Osceola Miss Albina Smith county demonstration -!
agent conducted a community ;
county property; will take part farm the East Lake Settlement
at
sing
; lands and part town property. Nelson + school house, Sunday afternoon. She Truck Chassis 550.00''
\\t Realty Company.
", was accompanied on the trip by Mrs
: Captain George Steffee. of the Wells, and Misses Grace Eleanor
if, steamer Roseada of the' Clay John Graves, Cornelia Lancaster, and Mary : These prices f. o..,b. Detroit t,

.; son steamboat line plying Lake Tiller. .
..'. Okeechobee.! suffered an attack similar -
to flu, last week: He was compelled Wayne Ward, of New York City '
his tem-oorarilv' and who with Mrs. Ward and their little Osceola Motor Company
to give nn run :
ft, ';'n. return to his horn' at Kissimmee to son, is spending the winter in Kissimmee ,
The Rosada went out has rented the residence of Mrs.
rficuDerate.' .
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, r Monday morning with a fine crew and J. W. Watson on Emmett street and Authorized Agents .
1' Clay settled down to house keeping Mr.
! :,. tirgo in charc-e of Captain
Call. Ward is a son of C. W. Ward and "

". "' .. Johnson F.' M. W Sr.-tfall.Okeechobee son of Mrs. E. L. has spent several seasons here in .the 307-9; BROADWAY KISSIMMEE, ,f LAU -: '

t W utfa)) has arrived from Iowa and past.Capt. :
"' will make his residence in Florida Clay Johnson Sr., suffered a .
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,;;. ; *. 'He Is employed as brakeman on the very painful ofecitont last week by fool

> .A. C. L. railroad between Jacksonville a Ford which, like ye editor, v
1;04" and Tampa, and as soon, as he reuses to remain neutral. ,lie cranked .

': determines! where, his headquarters up his ear at Holmes' garage andIt ',. .
1J'' wfll. be. hia wife and baby will loin chased him and-rammed him against .;; .

l Ir.' ..*. .. a. him. The two tons accompanied Wm the wall, bruising his chest and arm I
here and are staying 'with their He;; has sufficiently recovered to relieve -
grandmother till't&.lr. mother <* es Capt. Gteffee on his 'ranwith, the :
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j I' The, Dairy Ration I"I"I R-'H ART'--------

I' Every breeder of dairy cattle iT--N :D

: should know how to elect feeds and
compute a 'ration. Not that a separate IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS: :
I and exact ration should be calculated -
I for each cow, for the 'consensus Kldnry dmeajw !. no r..np.. ..ct.r ft per ...1..1,.. Th. oothln.*. )healing oil Urn- t,
of opinion is that it' js neither .one. A malorlly of the 111! afflicting; ulates the kidney, relieve. Inflammation
b traced back to and deitroy the .rm. waioh'have
people today can *
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necessary nor practical l. ,A thorough kidney trouble. caused It Do not wait until to ,
study of the principals of teed ng and The kidneys are the 'tnot. Importantorgan. morrow. Uo to yourelruggMl. today and
practice in the figuring of rations of the Ivody. They ar. does, however, help the breeder to be ., the purifier, of your blood. should fed In health twenty-four Kid rigor. hour...tvrlllo.-: you '
Our New'Offices come more familiar with the feed requirements KIdnc? dim.**. U usually Indicated bywoarlncM and will bIrK the/ day you not hear
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aarepleiifin nvrvouaneea Haarlem' Oil
WKPAL
of GOLD
of his cows, and the cop-
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n available dniipondMiry backache utonmch trou After you feel tha\. you have onr4.,
position and qualities of the We, pain Irt loin. and lower abdomen youraelf continue to take one or two
A feeds. gall alone*. gravel" ,rheumatism, lUatlca/ oap.ule. each day, *o a* to k..p la '
All feeds are composed of a large:< tnd lumbago' flrt-eiaM condition and ward' off, : tke'
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chemical All lhe.l derangements are nature' danger of other attack'
number of
definite compounds
signals to warn you that the kidney Ak for the original Imported OOUMIOHAL. >
.' Those compounds or group) r*...d halp You iliould, use GULl> brand Three *|M>*. Money refunded
of compounds of the same general: MEDAL Haarlem, 011 Capsule ImmeExport- If they 40 not help you. '
that aid in the . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .
give thousands of friends composition may sup- .......... ..... ......,.,-:-"........ .. .....
That we may our port of animal life are, termed /oo "
nutrients.. .Protein, carbohydrates and V

and customers even better service than in the fats considered'are the in principle computing nutrients'a ration to be ;

') Although: mineral matte;:,' w\ter: and ** Trade *.- '!
air are frequently as important the .
past, we have purchased and remodeled a proper nourishment of the cow I ,.
1 t The term protein,- is used to des'gnate .
the group of nutrient costa'n- r 'I .Latin America t'' ?
building for our offices.. This building is ing: nitrogen: which may tie found either I
in the feeds, in the body of the animal What Sells Here Sells There
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or in the milk produced. The an- .

conveniently located, being on West Bay 0 :imal muscles uses pro, connective ln.to build tissues'and repairthe skin, Manufacturers wiahingLo market their products in Latin America t.

"' hair, horn etc., and to carry on c'!!r- will be benefited/ by communicating with our Export Bureau. 'i
Street just three blocks from the Union ,tain life processes, consequently it is '
I :a very essential nutrient. The por- We, can tell your'goods through our i
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h tion that can be' digested is, termed l'
Station. "digestible protein. Native Sales Representatives
1 I| The I term "carbohydrates" is red ;

,I'to designate a group of 'nutrienisthitt 'and trade connections. Publicity in two hundred Latin American '1
include principally the starches and
As a.celebration of our twenty-fifth an- :[sugars. They are most extensively, Newspapers and two Hundred Salons (Motion Picture Theatre) :
!found in such feeds as Porn hominy; '
!I j and molasses, and are used bv the in South and Central America, will carry the story of your products ;I
niversary have moved into our new of :animal a* a source of heat and energy
we
,, I end to build fatty tissue. straight to the Merchant, Business Men Buyers and Consumers j.S

}" Another group of nutrients commonly in these South American .
,, countries J
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termed "fats'1 Include all fats .,
to celebrate
.fices. Help us by making us a 'and'oils' ." These'f.ta ate made up of 1
the came chemical elements a. the Co-operative Catalogues

visit and getting better acquainted. !i I I''carbohydrates same function, and in ,perform the animal much btdy.the We are assembling} our 1919 catalogue printed in the language 'ti i

All these nutrients including the pro of the South and Central American Republics. .
tein as well as the carbohydrate and .,1
fats, have a certain value as n sourceof I .."
Yours for Weal Service, heat and energy for; 'the body. AnJ If interested, write wire or call' r 4
in figuring rations the energy pro- .,.
duting, or fuel values of these. nutrients '
has been reduced tt one ionr 1.
'mon basis, and the units of'values are fjrporf DivLi.. jACHLAND

Wilson & Toomer fertilizer Co. '" designated nutrients.ni rounds" of "tt) 111 digestible : ALLIED BLOCK AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION CHICAGO. U.S.A. ",'

I The relative usefulness of the different -
feeds to the cow depends large- .*t
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers Iv upon the amount of digestible
food nut rites which each actually fur.

:: 'Agricultural Building 772 West Bay Street widely nishes. in The their common content dairy of the feed different vary SEEDS J

digestible nutrites and every good .
dairy ration should meet the following -

,. Jacksonville, fla. .. It requirements must contain: a different quantityof We carry. all the leading varieties of teed which have been tested and known ,
I to be best adapted to our soil and climate. '
feed to supply the digestible nutrients -
,'",'\:. <.".i.,"),,', ,.. .',", ,'," '" :, ...\>,::.i. :.'". necessary for the maintenanceof :
'f. ," "**/\* \ ' <.,: H : ; ""j j(t \';\U As<, the cow and the production of the NEW CROP SEED CORN : SORGHUM : MILLET : RAPE j EGYP.

,' ." '. " normal milk flow, the relative pro. TIAN WHEAT : TEXAS SEED CORN and RIBBON CANE t ONION
portions ir balance of these nutrients ..
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SETS : ENGLISH PEAS : BEANS, etc., etc., ,
must be suited to the needs of the
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I cow. The feed must be palatable and SEED POTATOES all varieties. POULTRY and BEE SUPPLIES ,
II. the grain 'mixture must have a fair
degree of bulkiness. It also should We ask that you 'call on us for any information desired in, our line.'This Z Zis
have a slightly laxative effect uoon Natures Supply Store.
_ ._ h_ ;the cow and be made up of a variety "
J,Jof feeds. And of course the feed OUR NEW SPRING SEED ud SUP PLY CATALOGUE IS READY. Write : ";,n
Vsed' must meet these requirements
most economically lor your copy today., ,
.1 I A ration that is deficient in one or 1
more of these requirements-will not
''give' the best results. The feeder
i.should be well acouainted with these r a .
requirements and know how to select "
Q', ""i" ,feeds that will meet them and thug
r,4 0 Su.nshine: ancl1. I,satisfy' every need of the cow. The .
*) \' problem of supplying the properI .
"f I amount and proportion of food nutrients '\
iti.-l" T / I, to the cow can best be solved
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I-li1pp1r1Less 1 1.ace OLDEST'
by using a feeding standard which ,' ;
gives: the amount of nutrients required rourHra
I by the cow for both maintem ant atAtoo ESTAflLtSt1E0 SEE e .
pl ofG1oox 1 ,ance and production Feeds can then WEEKLY QRKE USTr 'f 1OUSC IN ITOpII>A, \
.1 : n selected
Il\e I to meet these requirements -
on the basis of their chemical r
composition. And other requirementssuch
J' a.vdlrrltabillt..y as palatability, bulk, etc., must .
I be met through the selection of feeds "

,that have these desired characteristics. ..
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I. A maintenance ration is one that -tN

is The experience (many furnishes just enough nutrients ,to )F-
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:kEep the mature cow at constant
weight when not producing milk or
from coffee to developing a, foetus. It representsthe -WANTEDYour {
t on changing : non-productive part of the feed ;
and includes approximately onehalfof
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the amount consumed by the- aver .1 I.
Instairt '
i i > Postum It age maintenance cow. It is requirements desirable to know so that the Poultry a.ndfggs .f

the remaining nutrients that are
frr I. Not at all incredible available for productive purposes may
also be known. We will pay cash and can use all the >1-:

After providing for maintenanceevery eggs[ can ship. We can furnish ',f."
you :
i For Posiixjum is free from milking cow must have an ad-
t ditional allowance for production.Aside you with the empty ten dozen egg

S the duction from of process her maintenance of producing the milk pro- cases with fillers at 40c each f. o. b. ;,

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distress-causing is very similar to that of a factory. Tampa. Get in touch with ."
us.
She consumes additional feed and
: elements in coffee. At manufactures it into milk. To makea i
pound of, milk of a given quality SAPFOLD BROS. PRODUCE CO. ",
requires a rather definite amount of
the same time it is a delicious -- feed. To make two pounds of the TAMPA' FLORIDA : '
same quality: will require twice as r
: much feed if, however, another cow .. .
,
drink manufactures a high or a lower qual- i,
nourishing ity of milk she will require a corresponding .;;'j;",
larger or smaller amount of . .; !
"There's a Reason "forINSTANTPOSTUM feed. The production requirements of :
will therefore the ,
a cow depend upon .gyp
quality and quantity of milk that she I Block of Five Lots For I ?':'
produces. The quality is determinedby ; Sale! 1
the per cent of butterfat that it
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t and the the .c.c250x208Ft. j
contains quantity by ',
pounds of milk produced daily. 'i Located In South Part of Town j [
The process of computing a ration .

tj I fora: her' dairy requirements cow consists for of both determining main-- Eighteen inch fall to City Ditch. 'Over half ',' ..

,. O tenance and production and 'of selecting rich muck land. Flowing well obtainable. .r
: feeds with the proper compositionand Good garden soil. Will sell cheap for each. ': ':
Y in sufficient quantities to meet
these requirements; and. the following I Ion
Apply Valley Gazette }.a
general rules regarding the amountof Kissimmee ;Z'U

feed required for maintenance and \. .
.. _- .... --.-- production be of help in selecting 00.0000000000000 Ut totO 00 0 0.0'0 tot 000 OOt 000 000........ I
. a trial ration:
A cow' will consume about two -, f C' J
Don't You Forget It. pounds of good dry roughage for each pound of grain mixture pee; day requirements : .
COIPANX'
FERTILIZER accordingly .i. : :i\;\
, <, 0.;, PAINTER Bear In mfnd that Cbam'berlain'l hundred pounds live weight or one for.each three pound of three per M. M. JAVENS' ,' 4
.. Jacksonville, Florida'I, Tablets not only move the bowels but pound of dry roughage and three cent milk two and one-half poundsof County. Afent. 4,' ;
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four cent milk'or two pounds >
pounds of succulent roughages. For per
Fertilizers, Insecticides Sprayers, Poultry Supplies improve the appetite and strengthen maintenance a cow should have a liberal of five per cent milk' or if silage is " /'..'
are, haw been manufacturing fertilizer In Chit Sun*:''W have MtdWted' cuKxnert >. the digestion. They contain no pep amount of roughage or a fun fed in addition to the 'leguminous, Pfles Cared la 6 to 14 Days'i, a.
for tiny> ynn ws In Fiend. sin or other digestive ferment but feed of carbonaceous: roughage, including consider that; each .three to four Dn/ata..fad If PAZO rMedlnla .. I
II in every county strengthen the stomach and enableit corn silage ',or grain mixture.: pounds of silage will\ provide for one 1::::tI It.cIolD.' relieve.BUDd, OINrtENTPIMA.ll.. : ,.r .
S ,Writ* Far r Latest Prio- LM.IE. Fria. always b-.. 'k10..U* to perform its function. naturally. And to provide_ for production, feed pound of.milk, and reduce the grain -.AII.-p.) ,...*u.ItcklDa. tine ap .:a Ie ,ntoe"too.t, '. >
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YHE KiisraoiEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FIUDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1111!. SCVEH e


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PROTESTS THE SALE OF I'Ii. Link purchaser of Tax Certificate 'cation to Have his name" so printed!
ST CLOUD TO'I No 147. dated the 4th day of Novem- upon a blank to be furnished by the>
MISLEADING POST CARDS her, A. D. lUll; CertlAeate No. SI. dated chairman of this committee, and .'ac*.
ANNOUNCEMENT( he Tth day of July A. D., 1001 .and corn pan led by the amount'of Ms assessment. .
(Written for Last Week.) Certificate! No. 40, dated the 'th day of as specified below, and no
,.
the resolutions "
Among/ adopted by O. shall be 4P
July A. itos. has filed said certlflatea name of any such candidate
Word has been received from Lieut.J. the"State, Livestock: Association, the THEPUB'LIC In my office, and has made appll. printed upon or counted or returned
M. Huffman, of-hi. safe arrival in following. of generalinterest ation for tax deed to Issue In aocor printed upon any such ballot unless;
;J'I f 't have Overland New York from overseas.,. and her js Whereas the sale and distribution dance with law. Said. certificates embrace this provision 'shall have been compiled h

Garage, with the exception of the quite anxious to get home to Florida of post cards and illustration pur- : the In following Osoeola county d acrlbedpropertylItuated Florida to* with. F... exf Rallet

| kales agency and Accessories. and his friends in St. Cloud.A 'porting to show Florida Razor BackboJrl. wit: The voting", In said primary 'election.
dance was held at the boat house Piney Woods Rooters Rattle I The'Northwe.t. quarter of the South shall be by first and second choice ballot .
X have a competent force of mechanics which east .qu.rtel'NW of 8KH: ) Of Sea In compliance with the provision
and will guarantee all Saturday night WB enjoyedby snakes Pine Woods cattle and alligators We do not believe it would be possi Ion t. Tow r.blp IS South, Range SI of the state. primary laws, and the
the young people ofour city. Several lying h, wait for plckannies or Baat.The. names of the candidates for each office
work: done at this Irara,.. Have couples were, also over from Kis- feasting them, are destructive ble' tot us to bottle and sell ONE said landa b-lo assessed at the hall be printed on the ballot\ In alphabetical i
| lathe equipment and am fully prepared I Simmee. upon HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONSof date of Issuance of said certificates In order. .
to do all classes of repairs advertising for the live stock development the name of Unknown, Alice Oreer and ('asps'of illtrees .
workmanlike I Mrs. S. S. Campfleld of Carolina in Florida, therefore be it JJ o. 101'Tonic per day if i it was not J. M. and J. T. Kay Unless said cer. The committee . meet at,> s .i'
in a manner Station, was in the city on Tuesday Resolved That the Florida StateLivestock effective treatment for influenza. locates. shall be redeemed according 'o'clock p. m. on.the 8tb' day ot March .
an
to law, t.E'd..d will iaaue thereon IMf, In the City Council ;ambrrorthe
Give us a trial and we will convince E. L. Bass of Deer Park: was a St.. Association, in convention the 4th day of March A. D. 1919. on city of Klaslmmee, and publiclycanvasa }
| you. Cloud caller on Wednesday assembled at Kissimmee, January A man who work a large 'force'of (CIRCUIT COURT- SEAL) the returns In ...ocord..c.h .

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lowe of Nar- 14th to 16th. 1919, protest the sale men came Into my office .several day' J. L. OVKUSTREKT.: ..\( the primary election. lair of Flor-
in. town Wed Clerk Circuit Court 'Osceola .County. Ida. and declare what _.4Id.t.. have "'
FRANK JONES coossee, were shopping and distribution of such cards and ago and told u, ,he had twenty-five Florida Tt.. been nominated for each- office voted t
nesday. Illustrations and all Chambers and of
urge upon Tor. and the chairman secretary
Mr.' and Mrs. H. E.' Randall who men taken with this malady in one : this commute, within two. 1'1
of Commerce!! and other civic organizations | In Court of the County\ Judge" State days thereafter .
are visiting their parents here this in discouraging such un day. lie immediately distributed an of Florida< Estate of James a. Tumb shall certify the names of these .

OVERLAND GARAGE: .winter, went to Tampa and St. Pet favorable advertising for their res ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among I lin aid. Osceola.Court. County Whereas By William the Judge In*ram of candidates for any office receiving to the the city nomination authoj-ltte .

ersburg this week for a few days. peetive communities, and be it further them and there was not a fatality ha. applied to this Court for I etteraf Klsslmmee' as the nominees of this ,
Conway Firkins, who is In the navy, That do all in Administration on the estate of party for offlces to be voted for at the
Resolved
we our the twenty-five
James R. .Tvmblln.' deceased late ot general election .,to be held March 18, t
is expected{ home Friday from Philadelphia power to encourage the sale and distribution : aid County of Oaceola. These are.herrfora. 18 It. 1
on a thirty day hospital leave.E. of post cards and Illustrations The formula by which this Tonic is T To cite and admonish anand ts ''

E. Livermore, who has been at showing bred hogs, cattle, made I is given to the public, so it can singular the kindred and creditors For. the, pur-r"defraying!; the ex- ,
pure of said deceased to be and be. .. of the primary election, Including .
the Soldiers' Home at Johnson be listed secret nostrum. It appear
City, sheep and other live stock as a means not as a tore this Court on or before the SSth the payment of Inspectors and ;
Tenn., came here on Monday for an of constructive advertising'of the live contains Iron, which'' for the blood; day of February A. D. 1919 and fife clerks, !,rlnUnK'- of ballot etc the following

eight-day visit. stock opportunities in, this state.' .Quinine which is deadly to the influenza objection, If any they have to the ; assessments are levlrJ againstprospective ,

Mr. Bonton, of Washington, D. C., germ and Magnesia, which thoroughly granting said estate of Letters, otherwise of, Administrationon the some will otnc. to be candidates filled.!' for the various ,1.

I. here on a visit to his sister, Mrs. WANTED A 'CHANGE OF ATTI* opens the bowels. Soldthroughout be granted to. said William Inirram.r Mayor, five dollars

E. S. HOFFMAN M. D. Jennie Kloos. ; the South by wholesale > to some other\ fit person or persons. Clerk five dollars. J.
The Seminole Pharmacy is moving TUDE. and retail druggists and'drug dealers. Witness my name aa County.JudK'O.otthe Treasurer, five dollars ,
OPTICIAN Marshall and tax collector, five
OCULIST AND County aforesaid this the 20th day dole
from the Conn block to the Chunn of January. A. D. U19 Seal) T. M. lars ; .t.
The writer this has
of article been
Eyes. Examined: by a Regular Reg building, on Pennsylvania avenue and Murphy. County Judge. -St. Members City Council two dollars. ]
THE G. B. WILLIAMS CO.
istered Physician.Glasses Eleventh' street. interested in Kissimmee a number' .... >
and recalls with The" following inspectors and clerk
years pleasure the CALL FOR. W1IITK PRIMARY, KI.KCTION. "
Fitted. Mrs. Teas daughter of Mr. and various are hereby deslgrruted to conduct the 'j'
Mrs. lIamaker, arrived last Friday subatantiakimprovementsthat QUITMANt'OA. said primary .election ,
Broken Lens
Duplicated have been made in the physicial condition Inspectors John B. 0....
:
from Ohio to the winter. Mr The MCPh.\.r.
spend I. city executive committee of the
,
_ 28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. Teas was accompanied by her mother- I of the city since 1895, at which 'white, man's party" met recently andformulated Y''Irtrn.twil'; ....rer. ;;
time the conditions
in-law, and Mr. Teas is expected next I were probably "white man's the primary following," call for a 6-&t. H. M. KATZ. Chairman. 1 f
1''more unfavorable than at any period "FLU"CASES _
week for a visit. NO' TWO The city executive of lh- '
O., ,,P. KRIBB8 A. AKERMAN before 'or since but the mental attitude committee NOTICE TO CHK.niTOUS ;4la
There were seven tables at the 500 'white man's party In tholty/ of "(
W. J. STEED
of the people as a rule was s'u- Isslmmee hereby call mid pro\ Ide fur Ceairt'of Osee.la
Monday night at the St. Cloud the Ceaatr Judge. .
__ XRIBBS, AKERMAN. AND STEED party Hotel. Mrs. W. B. Rush and Mrs. pert optimistic beyond expression as ALIKE holding, to" a be' "white held In roan's"the city prlmn..y.el..c.lion. of Klsslin- Cee-itr, State ef Klorlae. I f.
__
to the "come back" of Florida in I. Fatale ef Mlaekwell'
re Jo> A.
.Attorneys ... Ceanselor-i at LO.W. Grace Calkins are hostesses for: next gen mee In compliance with the laws of : ,I.
KI..I.._, Florida. Monday night. :eral and Kissimmee in particularly the State of Florida, said primary tobe To' all Creditors, Legatees, Distribute, "jJ
I>r. Newcomb a famous specialist held ,.
all of which has been more than veri during" the hour neat by law \
.Cla ral practice !. all Stale sad felted Mayor J. K. Conn who was called who was called from civil practice by for the holding of election on Saturday t.and all Persons having Claim
.. fied. Would it not at this time be well the Government to help fight the drracled or Demands against said Estate 'f
f Kales Co..ts. north on account of the death of his March 8. Itlt tor the nomination
.
y, You and each of not t
.
for of to disease, Influenza, was stationed at you. are hereby
people
some our try a
of candidates for city elective ofncvs tobu
father arrived at his home here Sun tided and
Camp Dix, where It U said men died required to present any
I change of mental attitude and Instead voted for at the general lerlo.i to
AT. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell by the lie claims and demands which f
day night. score every day. states that be held In said city of Klai-mmoa.. on you oreither
of and of
fore.cultlv.te have
being pessimistic after many post mortem the many may against the
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Geisford wentto March lou. .
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW Saturday 29 1019
y
boding, a spirit of optimism physicians agreed that hardly two estate of A. Blackwell deceased
: Kissimmee Saturday, and on Sun cases were handled alike. 4nallflea day went to Orlando to attend the and helpfulness and above all aid inreestablishing At this writingno certain cure has Those, and only hone person*, shall undersigned administratrix of said estate Y
the, old Kissimmee been found for Influenza. All one can be permitted to vote at, or participate within two>> years from the date \
.Of flees S 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen oncert. They were accompanied by do la be careful and at the first slm- In the management or said\ primary hereof..
"we .
_ Bank Building. I Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Miss Myrtilla spirit will. headache backache aching! Joint, that .election who are white ..I.."'..',... who Dated Januray 14th, A. D. 1915 .
J -Claslmmee Beal. Mrs. and Gell I The world war is now history and tired, listless' grrlppy) feeling; and bad declare th..lr..dh..r..nce to the principleand ; MARGARET U BL.ACKWKL.tj. '.;
Florida King Linden !!- ,
the future holds out hope and en cold-I. to take Plank's Chill Tonic In organization of the white man's" 5-9t Admlnlalratrlc. R
ford. I Ii moderate doers for a few days and In party In the city of Klnalmmee. who
The St. Cloud ball team went to couragement. People are today look connection use PIankes Eucalyptus Oil are by the laws of the city of Klsalm- "
DR. W. W. CARSON i NOTICE TO
Kissimmee Wednesday afternoon to ing toward Florida as never before. Spray to aterlllze ltd throat and naaalpauarea. men lawful elector, who hate on or CREDITORS. ,.

DENTIST I play the Kissimmee team. ,+We can and will get our share of the Both can. be had without trouble at before taxes February for the 8,. 1919 paid their. la the (.'....t ef -C...ty J...... Ose e4ai t
Office over Pilley Building Miss Clara Sims the new comers if we will really get in your druffirlat: and general atorea, Z5 who have registered. up to andnlneludIng ( ...ty. State ., .....r.... *.*-
was guest on ;
!. < .f ...
earnest the and and 60 cents. For many yeara Plank'aChill re Estate Clyde IL D.
Otriee Hour.: S-It. 1-.. Wednesday of Mrs. G. W. Damrherty. pnd put city county Tonic h.. been a favorite household March 8th. 1919 and who pledge .
Phone ill R.sldono.'Pa..11 On Wednesday at dinner Mr. and back on" the map where it belongs. remedy and during: the last epldemlo themselves to abide by the result of To all Creditors. Legatees Distributee t
lu alaUtered for BxtraoUea el said primary election and vote for the
This can be done more easily by a It was undoubtedly the meana of and all Persons Having Claims or
Teeth Mrs. Bert Gessford had a 10 pound ''change of attitude after, which I saving! many IIv... In cases where doe. nominees thereof at the ensuing city Demands against said Estates ,
baked fish and a 4 pound sweet potato. problems I, tore and nurses could not be had. Manufactured election. You and each of you, are hereby v..
.
that now appear impossible will only by the Tropical Cooperative iu-.llnr-.Ho-m >f Candidates notified and required to present any
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW The invited e-nests were Mr. and Mrs. become less fearful. We have talked Comnany. Munufteturlno Pharmacists Those, and only those persons, shall claims and d.mand.Vhlch you. or
Johnson, Linden Gessford. Mr. and Jacktonvlllo Fla._ t Mn. J. G. Hill and Mrs. Millie Hill. war and hard times long enough As .- .- offices to be voted for In said primary. estate of Clyde H. Rasa deceased, late
Ian "alibi this kind of has elections, whe pledge themselves In
I argument 6f o-ceola County Florida to the un- R
Mrs. G. W. and Ella Mc
Daugherty 'been writing abide by the result of said .
thoroughly overdone; as a matter BRIDGE PARTY.Mrs. deratgned Administratrix of said estate
Waring Building. Allister the dinner guests on primary elections and support the ,
were within two years from the datehereof.
Sunday of Mrs. I?. E. Slawson nnddaughter. I of fact, more real substantial improvements W. H. Boice and her sister, nominees thereof; who are qualified .
1 have been made duringthe Frances entertained the under the laws ot the : eol'l Florida Dated December Sftth. A. D. 1015 '1R
Mrs. Boggs.A Miss Bay r :
rat Johnston '0. P. Qa-reH past five than and city ot Klsslnimee office. 5-st. RUBY O. BASS, Administratrix.
lecture waa given in the M. E. years any periodof bridge club at the regular meetingon 1.1st ef 0111..... to ... Filled i
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW rhurch Monday evening by Bishop the same length of time previously Thursday of last week at the Each elector In the city of Kls.lm- NOTICE) OF AUMIVISTHATOIt 4

t Burton which was enjoyed by a large I and sJbow no greater doubt the advancement next five years along'will all home of Mr. and Mrs. Boice, on Vine election moe qualified shall to have vote the In right said primary to vote (For Flael DI..........)

'Offices 10. 11 and 12 Citlsenj Bamk> and appreciative audience. I lines,,and If we don't go forward we i street, with a very pleasant afternoon In- said primary for: I.* Cart ef Ceamty Jaidge, State '.( r
tables of Onecandidate for"mayor.One .
enjoyedthe
whell'four players .
BuildingKJsslmm will I II Fl......
w Fls. e N. Great.Action of Ieroiam RequiredIf I naturally go backward as our games.: Mrs. Porter C. Buttorff candidate 'for clerk. k
.*. ., One candidate :for treasurer.
I surroundings will fromus. .res
grow away
made high score and received the club I..e Estate 'W.-Preatla.
some great action of heroismwas It then Is obvious that we must One candidate for marshal and tax Oeeeela Ceiteity.
necessary to protect a child from prize and Mrs. Claud Lee was presented collector. Notice Is hereby given to all whom
keep with the procession and this Three d.
up candidates for members ot ;
F no mother would hesitate to :with the guest's prize. It may concern. that on the 10th day
croup !can be done by united and concentrated City Council for two years each: of April. A. D. 1919. I shall to Z
with refresh
The afternoon closed
protect her offspring but when it is One candidate for member of City Judge
co-operation in the promotion of the Honorable T. M. Murphy, of
only necessary to keep at hand a bottle m ante. Including a dainty salad course Counclt-l for one year. said Court as Judge of Probate, for
all propositions that will to Improve .
G serve Five members of executive commit.tee '"
GflBSOK FOR PIER of Chamberlain's Cough: Remedy II served with hot chocolate.If final dlacharge! .. Administratrix of
the attractiveness of our en- for one year.Time ? the estate of James. W. Prentls, deceased
and give it as soon as the first indica viroments. It is admittedly a fact have anything to sell, trade for ga.119ytag ; and that at the same time I
tions of there are you Each person desiring to havehis will present to said court my final accounts
croup appears
oo!' .. Chamberlain's that Kissimmee is abundantly' favored or exchange try our classified column.It name printed on the primary election as Administratrix: of said .,- '
who
ninny neglect by nature and all that la necessary! ballot aa a candidate for any city office late, and aak for their approval. ,
. SELLS .' :. Cough Remedy Is within the reach of is to add man's handiwork to makeit I brings results. shall. file with the chairman of this Dated September 17, A. J>. 191(1'( '
,
all and is prompt: and effectual. oommltUie,. on f r before February SSth, ,) . MART J. PRENTI9.: '
ideal.
The beautifying
bulkho-adin.g and Influenza
919.. his notice of .
.
candidacy and appll. o.a-m-l.5-mo. Adimnlstratlx.J :
ca.... Grip an4 }
Colds)
and of the lake front is the first
Fire, Life.. Accident FRUITS AND FLOWERS IN tLOR: I -
obiect we should attain, and after LAXATIVE BROMO QCINmB Tablet remDvetbecause. o o .
IDA. this has been.accomplished. such other There U eoly roe "Brono QuID'r '-" ooooo.oo..oooo.ooo.ooo.o..t., o.o.o..oo..o..oo., .
Health, Plate .Glass. Li a.. improvements as will suggest .w.caavn siesta-. *..boIL Maw ..s .,

Figs grow ins every part of the themselves will claim Attention. .

bility and Boiler Insurance. state, a fine fruit served fresh or forDMserving. Of course all improvements require ; d

Every farm home should financing as without money nothing LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSNOTICE Poll TaxiNOTICE Nolice

Legal Bonds Executed have its fig tree 'and a vine of scup- is accomplished, and In order to make

ernong grapes, and also pear and money money must first be scent and FOil PUBLICATION.

Same Day Needed.'OFFICE'State peach trees. The pecan, the beet flavored there is where the shoe pinches. ..-........
c: nut known is at home in Florida Try a change of mental attitude Department of the Interior, U. 8 Lent

as nowhere else in America. aad you will\ find that the pain of the Office, at dalnesTllle.""'; Via, Feb. 1. 1119. ,

Strawberries ripen in the open air, pinching .will lessen immediately and I Notice Is hereby; given that JamesA.

: ] Baik Bull.lIl.J. and are shipped by the car load when in a little while the sufferer will be Mlnnlck. of Lnuithman I'la. who

4 the north is covered with snow. The more than grateful for the prescription on Entry January No. OU615.21. 1915.for made 8W14 Homestead of BEVt.P.etlon is hereby given that

winter is the main garden: season and we can all rnvnt with pride 7, Township 26 8., Range 11 K"I
when lettuce, celery and other green to the fact that Kissimmee ie theM Tallahassee Meridian has filed noticeof

W. THOMPSON luxuries can be had for daily use. \ot beautiful as well as the beet to Intention ratabllsh to claim make lo Three.yenr the land Proof above in order to participate in the ,

The tomato Is a staple crop, and little city in the great State of Flor. described, before Clerk Circuit Court

Florida leads the Union with thou ida. OBSERVER.A at Kissimmee., Fla? on (he 14th day of

Funeral Director sands of cars shipped every winter 1\1..rc h. 1919.t'litlmant City Election poll taxes must

and spring to northern markets says want ad. in the Valley Gazette II. n. Hancock clnlms, of all LouKhman witnesses, :Pin :

the State Marketing Bureau. The will rent your scare room It. E. Havens, of Loughman. Fla.
i''I: .ANDjUCENSED I semi-tropical vegetation' a charm ('. I. Heath of lyouKhmnn Fla.. be paid on or before Saturday
with I.. L<. Pope of I.minhmon Fla.ItOHT .
at all times, palms, the magnolia "'. DAVIS..Ct .

EMBALMER In[ season with its splendid blooms, DARTING PIERCING Ileglster. '8th 1919.
and flowering.trees, shrubs, and vinestransflpurin2' February ,
11.41
'
I !\<>TU'K Fill III.I'A'II\,
with
the landscape
:;: Store and Chapel Stewart Ave! beauty in the whole round of the fe, SCIATIC PAINSGive Hi-partment, of the Interior U. 8 Inndornre C. L. BANDY

year, at Oalne..\lllo. Fla, Fi-b 1. 19\9 ,
) .
KI. mm. Fla.l t
I Notice In h..r."y given that Tullle
,() >.: THE KAISER IS COMING TO H Uuv, of 1.0k ,...e. Florida who on 'Collector.M" .
before the July 13. 1917 made Homestead Untl v

i KISSIMMEE. way penetrating No. 016419 for 8I2'/i "t Sertlnn/ 2. .
:: M. TILLER. effects of Sloan' ,Township 31 1'1.' Range 34 E.. T.II"III'
Ex-Sergeant Billy Hart has caughtthe 'See Meridian hall filed notice of Intention .
LinimentSo : to make Commutation Proof to .;.+9t aaso-.ocwro+o'o- oTax
I Kaiser himself and will bring him
;: i : Real Estate Agency. ; eHtnbllsh claim. to the land above derlh.d. -
? to the Casino Monday next. The ,,<, before Clerk Circuit Court nt
a.wa.a.a..aw..w.awe.m Kaiser Himself is not ft. war picture, KUnlmmee Fla, on tote. 14th day. of
.. da those rheumatic twinges and March. 1919.Clnlmant < *$ > *4"e>.' > <" > "4>> *e fr<" OOOGOOOOto
t "' Realty bought and told. but one made and gotten out of Germany .
names as witnessesflrnnt :
the loin-aches of lumbago the nerve-
f,:. Houses rented. weIr after the war was under nasn, of Kennns\tlle. Fla.
:
way. It is positively the only picture Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck; It.H,Ouy, 8r, of Ki-nansvllle Fla.
A4! Taxes paid and Title Terified in the world showing the Kaiser to- the joint wrench the ligament sprain K. n. Mnlloy, ofKISBlrnmee. Fla. NoticeNotice
the muscle strain and the throbbing (I. C. Miller of I.nko-ee Fin. i
.::( for non-reiidenU.! I gether with his Giggling Sissy Son, bruise.The.aae. KOUT VT DAVIS
7'- Fire Life and Accident I.M la- the Crown Prince. 8-6t RerflsterS .
The Jacksonville\ Paper Said of the pf applying, the.ouicVneaa -;
iti turance.' ProductionExSergeant' - of relief.tins poupvq results,the clean.Imesand' I An IIXIlTI'THlt'S \OTKH; ) RI.IK1TATK. .

i | Indemnity'Bondi. Billy Hart's: "Kaiser ( the, economy of Sloan; IU\I.- .

Himself" has real .J.iDinientsnake it universally preferred.Sloan's. I. Court of County ".d.c.. Slate ef
punch
'N." ........0..000..0.... ..... kick and picture pep to it than more any pictureever ) Kiel-Ida. Onrrul enely. : is hereby given that the

shown in Jacksonville. Why !. re .Estate of SfrlvMtrr II. Heed,

Because it No is the impersonation.real article You N? DereaitetlIs tax books of Osceola County for

make-up. N'ptlce hereby Brlven, to njl whom t
meet the Kaiser face to face. You lit may concern that A. E. J>r uRht. as
; FRESH FISHAND get a close up ,of that Giggling, Sissy ICillS .Administrator of the E ta'.- o; Hylvester the 1918 will close promptlyon
Son the Crown Prince. You ;H. Reed Deceased will on the year
go
Sib day of March A. n 1919, apply to
with Von-Makenson to Turkey, with A Tonic Laxative the Honorable T. M Murphy County
Hindenburg to the Firing line. You Judge" In aMd for said C.uuty. at hisrfncc the first Monday in April. All =
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I that wffl remove the bCe from the Llrcr and
In Kissimmee, In said County it i\\
in their
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Hun
see the Just as they are
:4s k eteanss tho System THOROUGHLY without griping at 10 o'clock'a. m., or aa sion therraft .
OYSTERSSIMON Fatherland, this picture being made oedl.tuzttAOMamaob. to Italy a Ferfsct LuaU .. the matter can be beard, for authorltr .. I
: in Germany after the present war ' - to sell, at public or private taxes not in my office by .that'date

was well under way. There are no LAx.POS'WITH PEPSIN I.".". the following"; described real. estate. .
In said County, towlfLots :
\ tiresome scenes about the wan Ex- lathe asm* of a-RsBable and Perfect Land) 1. S, I.and 4. Block t.S In the : "
all
jMARTIN Sgt. Billy Hart lectures the pictureand which. soon relieves Sick Htf-'tTh-. Dlx-lmae.- Town of St. Cloud. Florida. Also Lot. will be subject to penalties. 'x
"- to hear him tear into the Hun digestion\ Stomach Trouble. Gas sad Piles caused >, 14 It and 10 In Section II, Township .
of bI' Torpid Liver and Coud doa. ..UwsTaueatollable 16, Range 10, Which application will
think of battery
Phone 313 makes one a tai tie la the treatment 01 CGIcIa.Grip 1>. baaed upon the such
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French 76's in the hands of the Yanks. sad ladeeza sale now on file In said Court
j;) with I Dated February 1, A. D. 1919 C. L. BANDY
; This picture is run In connection LAX-P'OS wrra PEPSIN u a Up d Digestive*
-- -- the regular program end gives one 1JDIo- Lsuthra excellent Ia Ita effect oa the A, 10. DROUGHT.
!. both as a toolo and as laxatin.. It U I 4t. Administrator .
'F-o-r--Re f-arnt'hed. two complete. pictures on the same gedCtlldresilk.) for Children as far AdaJta. Plns.Mtofade. & Tax Collector '
1' ) -Two flats, eve. 0a NoTICe I OK APPLICATION FOR TAX 7-IOt
.... W. B. '...and reoniBipeBdedto tbe peddle by Putsdldoe.Ca. DEED.
conveniences.
: with nodern II ., 8c .0.,, IDnvr.nn.oIirvq' Y
i :"f'; Harris, .Gazette office. 33-tf. .Subscribe. > for the Valley Gazette.J)' ( ,'I .wuToab1. ] NOTICE Is hereby given that Alfred


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a EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7/119. e
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''he was able to and to present'the;" to ,

/, 'k .. the board at the next regular] meeting. .
I + .This was,greed upon. .
t Commissioner Overstreet wantedto 'FEBRUARY' 'CI, ,
f.t know the cost of such dipping vats
.,. as had already ben constructed, and
was referred by the clerk to Ordia

ETU P Bass Road, tick Superintendent eradication inspector Farmer j

y yl brought up the matter ()f paymentfor CLEAN UP SALE
J I the brick sold to the county by
EE I the Southern Clay Mfg. Co., and said aWomen's
that he would not o. k. the bills until ,
l U S I I the brick arrived here. Mr. Fuller, OF -
I Iwhd
I represented the company) claimed -
pR payment according to a clause in
E rr : the contract which reads "11'. O. B.,
i price and acceptance at factory," and Children'sHIGH :
which he interpreted as meaning payment ,
at factory. However, ,Attorney
Pat Johnston disagreed with him upon
this interpretation, and said .it

''+A LOV S Y F th GRE T.W M RE meant the' "acceptance"Pittsbuig, Laboratory after inspectionby who SHOE'Sk

were testing the brick, and gave his
opinion that the county should] not
nay for the brick until they were. delivered *
CE ES ON at this point. The board accepted ZZZZmZZZ IIIZZZZIIZI IZZZZIZZI ZZIIIZ ZIZIZIZZZZZZ Z '

Mr.. Johnston''advicf and decided
A TL FI LD 0 F ANC not ,to pay until delivery.
[ The bids for the construction of Saturday Feb. 8 Ends 'Saturday Feb. 15

: (u E A J PI ES BR r ;IS the district road No.in .3 special, were road then and opened bridge by ; J.-

": A Ft C iI the clerk. There were two bids, one .
I from C, E. Carillon, of St. Cloud, and The'Colors are Gray, Brown and Black,
I the other' from T. B. Gullespie. The
.bids were gone over very carefully. No White Shoes Included In This Sale, '
,: item by item by C''lerk Overstreet and .
\ County Engineer Reynolds and then ,
turned over to the board for' its de- .
"GRA YSTONECASIN.O cision. The board came to the con- $12.00 Shoes, This Sale ............* 9.25 4.00 Shoes. This Sale .:........uu 3.25

.. \ elusion that C. E. Carlson's hid was I 10.00 Shoes This Sale -..____u... 7.75 3.15 Shoes, ,This Sale .u__,,__,.___. "3.00
the cheapest, and best, i,and therefore 3.50 Shoe. This! Sale _____.._.._ 2.75 ,
9.00 Shoes Thi Sale ?
wauled him the contract. _________.___ 7.00
ONE DAY ONLY 3.25 Shoes This Sale ..... ... 2.50
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: El l Bass presented his bid for the 8.50 Shoes Thi. S a I' .. 6.50
construction of the Oak Grove cattle ---- 3.00 Shoes This Sale' --__________ 2.50
'I dinning vat which amounted to 8.00 Shoe. This Sale .___.?,...____ 6:25: 2.75 Shoes This Sale] ___u-'_ 2.25

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 J520.04.: \ ( The board thought this was 7.50 Shoe, This Sale -__.___-..__. S.75 2.50 Shoes, This Sale ______?_____ 2.00

Lather high for a dipping vat, but I. .. 7.00 Shoe., This Sale ___ __.._-____ 5.25 2.25 Shoes, This Sale _u..-.______ 1.75
MATINEE 2 P. M. NIGHT 8 O'CLOCKA Mr. Bans exnlained that account' '
of the difficulty in transportation on 6.50 Shoes, This Sale :___________ 4.75 2.00 Shc.es, This Sale ._.:.___- ____ 1.50

Romance that will live forever, founded on the lumber and cement: having to be hnul"d ]- 6.00 Shoes, This! Sale -------.--i_ ,4.25 1.75 Shoes This! Sale ..--?___-.___ 1.25

World's Existence, eight miles, this would nrobaMv 5.00 Shoes This Sale ___________. 3.75 1.50 Shoes, This Sale .___.._.:._-?... 1.10
be the most expensive vat built in the 4.50 Shoe: This Sale ____________ 3.50 1.25 Shoes This Sale _,__________ 1.00 .

,. x.. c::>> 'V' :E: ,"onnty.The l hosed l then adiourned to meet S 4.25 Shoes This Sale .___________ 3.25 1.00 Shoes This Sale ____-_d_:._- ..75FRED

;in. special session! on Wednesday!
Company's Own Symphony Orchestra of Twelve Pieces( February 12th, 'to jtnprove the con '7':""

tractor's bond and surn the contractfor
Afternoon:. 50c to $1.00 plus War: Tax the nronoged road ,in special road .
Night: 50c to $1.50 plu. War Tax and bridge district No. 3. : GILBERT

RESERVED SEATS ON SALE.AT CENTRAL'DRUG STORE TALENT TEA. .

Mr!*!. A. W. Bailey and Mrs. G. W ,
Persons entertained the Missionary Kissimmee Florida .
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Society of the M l E. Church and their ,
friends this afternoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Persons on Broadway.''
The Road To Wealth
The invitation is general and all who
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are interested in the, organization are - -- --- ---- --- --- ---- -- ------ ---

ntnit In a real catnip office- expected to attend. A silver offeringwill ; never fails to more than please all the 120 per cent pledged to missions, OCI HH CIOo O H U H> be taken wit hhis wide variety of character 'the work done by the mission study
thli one. Every person linea sketches.His |:i class last year and the general en- \
right to little piece of this D. W. GRIFFITH'S I interpretation of Shylock, of thusiasm which evidently pervaded Salt fish

earth. E'erp..raon may "HEARTS OF THE WORLD"; Javid Harunv' or yet the! Widow Bilott i. every department.
ROAD have as large a piece ai he ,. are equally 'effective, and those 1 Miss Switzer issued a general invitation "
wanla-If he '.wants. We don't The supreme triumph of D. W. i who expect to hear a repetition of the i to the society to bA her guests .,
a. Griffith's noted career as a world] old threadbare "stories" of so many at her home in, Orlando Saturday, at Direct from our fishing boats
E [ care If you mike five dollars famous screen director "Hearts of the impersonators, will be greatly. disapminted. a reception which is being given. The
a week. 1V, can show you World" will be seen at the Graystone society responded to this generous invitation to you.
how. to Invent In real eitate Casino Saturday, February 15, and it The public is invited to this unusual by a rising vote of thanksfor Delicious 'fresh, caught, Salted
I'roRlablThe money you is described as the greatest of all .. event which will take place the even. the courtesy and for the very interesting Fish, direct to, the consumer by IfWall {. ;
t pond for fooll hne s--will I filmed love stories, the scenes and,actions ng of February 8th, at 8.p. m., in talk she had made. prepaid parcel post or express,
buy a h '. .wallow tile largest amount. two years after the great war started! i Phatter and Mrs. Lane Paulk were
--"J Drop In any Ume-we're nev- Back of the battle line in Flanders, ST JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH hostesses and served delicious sand you have never tried Flor
.. /f/ er too busy for visitors. through stricken villages In the ruin- There was a good attendance at ,wiches with hot tea.CHRISTIAN ida Dry Salt Fish| ;you have
,ed sections of France following the this church last Sunday morning, missed a great deal.
CHURCH
BREAKER REALTY COMPANY British army, risking life a hundred Notwithstanding the'rain in the evening -
times to get close enough to the firing a few met for prayer. An 10:00-Sunday School. THE ST. GEORGE GO
KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA I' line to get effective material for a 1 Adult Bible Class, conducted by Mrs. 11:00-Sermon. '
back-ground of his story, Mr. Grif- W. A. Hamilton is held every Sun. 6:15: -Y., P. S. C. E. St. George OR thi Gulf
fith, his camera men, and his intrepid day morning at 10 o'clock. 'All ins 7:30 Sermon. -
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1'L company of players moved and acted vited. APALACHICOLA! FLORIDA
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS The clerk read a letter from Pat Prayer meeting each Wednesday
I for the camera, within sound of the Next Sunday, the pastor, Rev. Can.
' IN MONTHLY MEETING Johnston, attorney their for attention the board,,the in big guns near bursting shells, until] on Bryan, will speak on "The Potent evening at 7:30.'L'A.'Sq'eachThurs-;' ooooooooOOtt o.o ooooooooooooooo
he drew to
,tr1'IContinuert which at ]last the'signal; was given that the ,-'I-f.,,' !! J iw"J\{ 4
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'''i i special road law which gives a county ialitles ofTrifles" at 11 a. m., and day,, _' ; ; ; '-'tl,' r \. I, i'' OOOOOo o.oo.
task has been
PSgo One) completed. 'I Mr. L. A, Hamilton on "Love of JunIor C.E..ellch kSundaylat, 2:30
the right to establish! roads without I A superb musical score has been? .. ,1.1 1,...,).. : ,, ?.
Christ. " >'\oi"l" '"""I" WMWrYoung : }*! '
p"J11'
the > from land
petition the
was storng enough requiring deeds owners. "
and will '
board would retain the county agent However, a certain procedure must be arranged the extra ]arge'orchestra be interpreted carried by by A message especially for men, at Ladies' Circle meets each I- Papering .
D. G. Wagner drew. the attention followed out In establishing roads un- the 7:30 p. m.' All invited. Choir practice second Sunday, ,
; of the board to the ,condition of the der this law, the whole process con- company. every Wednesday evning at 8, at C. W. B. meets the first FridayIn
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the residence of Mrs. Bullock. Rev.Dr.
wt road leading to his place northwestof suming about 00 days. He stated MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB r
each month.
the town. Road SuperintendentL. that as far as he knew very few roadsin McConnell will preach on Feb.l'th New artistic Wall Paper
R. Farmer stated that as soon as the county. had been properly established BRINGS ENTERTAINMENT at 11 a. m. Church Board meets first Sunday samples for 1919 just arrived

.t he was through with the work on the under this law, and that in The Mothers-Teachers Club of this I afternoon each month. from James Davl!.. Chicago.If .
brick roads he would'be able to grade regard to the proposed new roads city, practically the only club surviving D1ST. SECRETARY VISITSM. You are cordially invited to our
t the road in question. any owner whose land was includedin the strenuous period of the E. MISSIONARY MEETING services. you are thinking of having
Mr. Roe,' cashier of the Kenansville the right of way could enjoin the past -- any papering done in the near
t Bank, made application for deposit of county from building the road unlessit year, now comes into prominence in The February business meeting of 31-tf. W. II. Coleman, Pastor. future let me call and show
the seasons
of the bond established under the announcing coming the Missionary society of the them to '
a portion) money from was special event. J KJNG'S \UCHrERS' you.
special road and district No. 3. road law. Metlrodiat church, was one of First, : CLASSThe
The officers and members of this
.C. S. Acree asked for information Mr. Reynolds] suggested; that he popular club have, arranged to bring tional interest for the I King's Daughters' Class of the Prices right and all work,, '
..as to when compulsory cattle dipping survey the public roads of the county to our city the famous impersonator, society of the Bartow district. Miss 1'Methodist Sunday School, held their guaranteed to give satisfaction.
would begin Pat Johnston stated in order that the commissioners could Gilbert AtLee Kldredpc: who for the Switzer of Orlando was present and I annual meeting with their teacher,
that a meeting was to bit held in the take the necessary steps to have them past twenty years has held a most made a splendid talk on the proposed I Mrs. D. G. Wagner, at her pleasant Write, or call at 106 Sproull '
near future at Orlando between Government established under the special] road law prominent part in the leading chatau- activities of the societies speaking country home west of Kissimmee re- I '
6 authorities and stockmen to referred to by the attorney for the qua assembleys and lecture bureaus, specifically of the Centenary I moveIment 'cently, to plan the activities of the, y
arrange; for a date He hoped that board. This question came up again appearing in all the leading cities of which will shortly begin. |{year. The event is pleasurably] anti avenue.G.
Orange and Osceola would begin to- later and Mr. Reynolds proposed toI'et the United States. Mr. Eldridge isan In order that the visitor might be'cipated by the members for a clever i MENTZ
in touch with th / work of the Kis- .
pether. all the < surprise is always in store for those ..
nnd .
information
.J __ _ ___. ______ up map entertainer of rare ability and he simmee the Mrs.
--. -. -----.- -- -- -. - -. -- --- society, president, who attended and this occasion was <-: *+ss+++ ++++.+4+60.44+440
C_ II. Summers, called on the officers no exception.
of the organization to give a resume The early part of the afternoon-was ; }++++4i.++++.O-->-HOHOO"I
of ,what had been done during the ;!devoted to business routine when a
past few months. The> secretary report was made of the progress toward i
Mrs. A. W. Bailey, read the reports collecting a "table fund" for the I BEAUTYPARLOR
of the recent business meeting, giving .Orphanage at Enterprise. The ideaoriginated
. II a list of the newly elected officers, : in this class, of furnishing),
together with other important ses- j i isions. one table for the Orphanage, buying
{!a suitable supply of silver linen and
Mrs. John Bronson gave a reportof I(china. This fund has reached the $50 .
the pledge card work and other. II mark and the class voted to communicate -
features of her department. with 'other classes of the Metho-
Absolutely Private I Mrs. J. Z. Roberson gave the reportof dist Sunday Schools in Florida, hop
the committee appointed to furnish I ing to interest them in a like cam ROOM 61GRAYSTONI
the parsonage. paign. In this way the entire diningroom
Mrs. E. E. Wells reported the activities at the institution would be : HOTEL
of the study department, and transformed into a home. Misses
{ When you have a Safe-deposit box in our lire/ and purglar.pnMlfVaults f at the suggestion of Miss Switzer, Louise Thomason, Nina Bratton and Miss Miriam Skilton
"Woman's Work in the Orient," was Lola Lawler] _were appointed a com-
Ifci you have absolute privacy as well as protection. selected for the next study. mittee to write this letter, which will
Mrs. A. W. Winn gave a splendid be sent throughout the state. '

e ,You have, the key and no one' can obtain access to the box except report of the total pledge card work, I Chairmen of committees to direct Hair Dressing, Manicuring,
e showing that $120 had been pledged the work of the class] for the ensuing
i, yourself. from the society for missionary purposes term, were as follows: Ways and Scalp and face Massageand
t s for the year 1919. This exceeds Means, Mrs. 3. Wade Tucker; Sick,
i I the apportionment by $20. Mrs J. J. McCranle Visiting Stran ;
;
,1 I Safety insurance for your documents and other valuables will At the conclusion of the reportsthe !'ers, Mrs. Anna Fram and Mrs. J. D. Shampooing

less than president, Mrs. Summers, madean Woodbeck; and Flowers, Miss Lola c
r cost you one cent a day.
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inspiring talk thanking the members Lawler.
2S for their Phone 137 for Engagement or
ever-ready cooperation During the social hour delightful
a Procrastination may mean loss__act now Mi and urging that the goal for the refreshments were served the first Call Person,
coming year would be "one hundredper course, Food for Thought, consisting
i 4 cent efficient. Mrs. Summers of tiny pictures, each representing a I Hours | 8 to 12 a. DI.. 1
suggested that every activity of the Bible story each guest describing the { lto6p.m. I ,
society be measured by the standard picture and telling the story
r Citizens Bank and to carry out this Idea a numberof Second course, fruit 'jello, with OOOOOtOOtoo oo.oo oooo..C, ino i

at nt pat sentstew. 'WS.S. minor' changes wete made in the whipped cream, served with cake and -
regular business
'routine. tea. .
Mrs. Geo. Gardner ,
Mrs J. Z'; Rob
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Miss Switzer expressed herself as Mrs. Wagner's guests were: Mrs. erson.. Mrs. Hodnett Mrs. .
SAVINGS F. H.
STAMPS TV-,
_ H I OF KISSIMMEE *I..UU>BV TaaTie well] pleased with Kissimmee organization : Summers, Mrs Anna Frainr Mrs.! J. ner, Mrs. L. H. Ingram Misses Nina
?? UNITED STATESGOVERNMENT saying: "I am glad to I. J. McCranie, Mrs. L. Paulk. Mrs. E. L. Bratton Lola Lawler Louise ThOJRlon '
; bank with tn&bilitr and wiDlDl. see you 'doing' things' here." Sheespecially Lesley, Mrs. J. D. Woodbeck, Mrs. Ada Wagner, ,Anna Whitner-, I
SERVE commended the work done A. W. Bailey Mrs. G. W. Persons, Maude Alice
;seas t9 Wagner, Cleo Wool.
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.. .. ,toward beautifying the Mrs. J, Wade Tucker
.: .'_J" : 9 parsonage Mrs. H. C. Pla dridge, and Miss DeNauU,


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