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 14, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00894
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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BULKHEADING, ORDINANCE PASSED NO TUBERCULOSIS IN GET TOGETHER, BANQUET AT


DAIRY COWS OF CITY


GRAYSTONE A GREAT EVENT
!Sr. Seaman, of New York, one of

UNANIMOUSLY BY CITY COUNCILKissimmee Uncle Sam's veternariana., was here
last week to ..dminister'the tuberculin --

teat to dairy cows, which were not 'One of the best and most enthusiastic Mayor'Cadei and City Attorney O'Bry.
tested :last summer when the city or- meetings ever held in Kissimmeewas an, who, from their positions of authority
slmmee took'''a step forward intoa dinance requiring this health, measure the 'banquet given by the Boardof carried weigand made a

period of growth and developmentthis I I I... u. ooo..uu.o uo 0.0 It . . oo..UU. 0'0 ' 0 went into effect.! .J and Trad and the Kissimmee Motor strong impression o ntheir hearers. r
Fifteen animals tewed
: were Club at the Graystone hotel Friday Mayor Cadel said the people had r
week when the city council by every one was pronounced free. from night when about seventy-fiveof the been assembled in this get-together

i unanimous 'vote passed a resolution Why We Should Bulkhead the Lake FrontRight tuberculosis.This epresentative citizens here and a number meeting to concentrate their forces on
!:of', calling for.a bond election, the aggregate entire section seems to be remarkably of prominent visitors from other the city's proogress. He said it seemed .
sum amounting to $97,500, to be free from this disease, for points gathered round a bansuet tableto the unanimous opinion of the citizens !.
Now of nearly three hundred dairy cowl consider the welfare of this city. here that nothing could contri
known as the "Municipal: Bulkhead which supply the milk products of The table represented an attractive bute more toward the desired prosperity '
Bonds for 1919," for the purpose of this city, only one was found to showthe'slightest appearance with its beautiful long than the bulkheading of Lake' r
bulkheading and filling a portion of 1- symptom of the ailment, stemmed roses in tall vases placed Tohopekaliga, and he felt sure that
the lakefront of the city, and the Improving when. put to the test. effectively at intervals and hand fulls the time had arrived when this could
The following 'from'the pen of Richard II. Edmonds, editor of i of these matchelss flowers strewn be done to advantage. lie made a
the made streets.
newly the Manufacturers Record, applies so forceably to the great project of AIR.. AUSTIN BUYS FINE ACREAGE with a seemingly careless hand pro. strong' plea for co-operation and the
The ordinance was prepared by bulkheading our lakefront that we reproduce it for the benefit of our TRACT. I' ducing an artistic effect./ centering of their effort on this one
City Attorney O'Bryan in accordancewith readers: Oysters were the "piece de resis movement till it was accomplished

the special act of the legislature DO 4T NOW. Mr. F. P. Austin, of Clark S.". D., tance", and 'as the guests comfortedthe then favored taking up other measures
which entitles this city to order this purchased on Tuesday of this week, inner man with this delicious in the order of their importance.He .
work done and assess the cost againstthe ' a tract of land consisting of 160 acres viand and toothed the spirit with,innumerable expressed a desire that every'
property benefited.The Have you been planning to build a factory a church a school, . In the Kissimmee Prairie the deal "smokes" they studied the 1 speaker of the evening would, voice
general plan of the bulkhead a home or even a ,a.ef being consumated by the Breaker problem of bringing a ,greater.meai- his opinion on this Issue and this wish r
project is that Kissimmee must bear leas your community felt the need of improving its streets, its Realty Co. Mr.. Austin had previous ure of prosperity not only to Klisim- was carried out to the letter till the
the initial ''CO.t'of the bulkhead and municipal building, its water or light or sewerage system? purchased a large tract adjoining mee but this entire section, for the evening really became a bulkhead

fill and street improvement, to be -Have you planned to improve or modernize your plant .. the tract just acquired, and desired to future of any city cannot be segregated meeting. r'
paid for in ten annual installments. increase his holdings in that Immed- from that of the surrounding Favored Bond Election.
'""This Then, DO IT NOWI country. The' opinion was unanimous that
will
plan bring the most immediate .. iate vicinity.
results and the lowest possible Don't wait on 'somebody else. don't wait to see If you can get .Mr. Austin Is another of Kiasim- The speakers for the evening Included the bulkheading should be done andIt
figure. The bonds are to be issuedIn the last bottom notch in price. Don't wait to see if labor atru,- mee's visitors who have become so local talent and several out of seemed only a question of the most p
the denomination of $1,000 each, gUng to find a job can be squeezed down to accept: a few cent or a impressed with the bright future of town; men who ha ve been attracted here feasible plan to carry out the actual
bearing interest at the rate of six few dollar lees per day. ,this section that he coveted a slice of by the possibilities of this spot and who I work. Col. Lewis O'Bryan,. the city 4
i- pet cent per annum, payable semi-an- Don't walt In order to ,help break down price of materials a* realty. have a vision of the future in store attorney was asked to.,speak on the P
nually. and maturing from date res'peetively well a* of labor, but whatever need to be done, If the money U for it. subject "How should the bulkhead. ,
a* follows: Ten thousand .availableDO IT NOWrDo KISSIMMEE CONFERENCE NEW II. C. Stanfrd. long known as one ofKissimtnee's accomplished." .
dollars In ten years; ten thousand dollars It of work of patriotism content to write most rincere boosters, filled In response, Col. O'Bryan made a
in eleven years; ten thousand off, a little as extra a part cost if your that should become necessary. Purchsneeithis ERA MOVEMENT FEB. 20-21 the important chair of toastmaster interesting talk, going over the "
dollars in twelve years; ten thousand be and introduced the speakers with witty subject very carefully. He proposed
dollars In thirteen years; ten thou- may never necessary. it 'to' The conference in Kissimmee and appropriate remarks. a practical plan, one that could not 1
Bolshevism owe
sand dollars in fourteen years; ten You owe it to civilization against you do all In Thursday night, Friday and Friday Rev O. B. Falls pronounced the invocation Tai) to accomplish its full purpose at :
thousand dollars in fifteen years; ten the soldier who have offered their live for you to 1 Is in productive your night, Feb. 20th and 21st ought to be and Mayor Cadel, Col. Lewis the least cost and having' the advantage '
thousand dollars in aixten years; ten power to create employment, if that employment of great interest to many of the read O'Bryan, C. A. Carson, R. J. Clifford, of bringing about the most immediate .
thousand dollars in. seventeen years; thing which mean permanencyEconomically ers of these lines. G. W. Fox, .of Kissimmee; Col. J' M results. The plan was ton v;
ten thousand dollars in eighteen It would be unsound to create employment In This is a:great time. Doubtless this Johnson of Knoxville, Tenn.; Wm. call a bond election for the sure of .
years; and seven thousand and five building a house in order to tear it down later on, but if the house period will go down in hi.torr..s an Trippett Giles, national Organizer/ money necessary ,to accomplish the ,
tundred dollars in nineteen I la needed, if the plant will be benefited by new equipment. If the epoch. The and writers of the Royal Order of Moose; Dr. J. Pike work. He stated that it would be dif- ti
years.The
mayor has Issued a call for the church or the school or the municipal Improvement has been delayed the future wiring I the changes on of Knoxville, Tenn.; O. C. Daisy ot fleult to Induce contractors to undertake .
election to be held on March 15. when by the war, take up the work at once and push it through. the fight for prohibition( and the Wichita, Kana.; F. C. Creelman of the task and accept certificates
It will be up to the property owners Employment I* a deadly foe to Bolshevism. Profitable wager world war for justie among all classes High Point. N. C.; M. M; Reynolds, of against the property, for their remuneration
here to say what the future of the ,. Integrity and and patriotism. and nations of people. Orlando; and P. K. Van Valkenbaugh, ,. as;,one individual might involve -
city( will be. Upon the active, aggressive work of men of broad vision, men In tooth these the issue has been field secretary-of the state A. A. A., the whole movement in legal
The bulkhead movement has been who dare to do thing for world welfare while working for personal Chrl.tlan-the struggle between good all responded to the toastmaster'a roll proceedings, and such a contractor
before the minds of the business men ''advancement men who are not narrow and niggardly in their vision and evil. with splendid toasts pointing out the would be certfJn to charge a t
. here for years, but some obstacle has will depend the future of our country and civilization.A The New Era Movement is conceived wonderful natural advantages of this considerably sum to'combat such an. a
; stood in the (path of this long cherish, at the spigot of business and municipal expenditure with this idea. Then we should place and painting glowing pictures emergency. ;* but should the (city, vote i
r b ed scheme. Not long another caving the bung-hole. Indeed thank >God'and take courage.The of the marvelous changes that couldbe the .bonds and have the I cash or Its
Ago at
t. effort/ was made to form a feasible, just. now might lead to a great. outpouring fight for prohibition has been wrought by the co-operation ,of its equivalent the cost of the bulkhead_
h' plan of undertaking the work and a .. :I .Wise'thrift Is not always found in picayunish economy. long, relentless, and fierce and so of citizens. Ing would be'cnatly reduced:" -
,'i mass meeting was called to consider Toes if financially able let your policy be "on with your the other. Success assures us that Each talk was worthy of special The individual property owners ti,
I' It. Everybody favored bulkheading work." ,You owe a responsibility to the world. under God',guidance we can lay,out I mention but lack of space prohibits could then take I up the matter with

1. and since that time the mass meeting DO IT' NOW: .and you' will be wise in your day and generation. great taska' anil perform them.Bufthe .. then than giving the keynote speech' of WWwftWw. .4,
I the which Bounded I (.Coatiawd Oa P.g.'Eight.)
!' committee and the bulkhead 'committee enemy4 of peace Uberty.ndiu.Uce meeting wa*< ty :
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have been sifting out the various .0000000..0.00..00000.000000.00.. .. . . ... has only 1'ttreated-ha.! not
methods and determining on the one ... _ _ . __..___________.____._.__..___ surrendered. Realizing this fact every I
.most applicable to this city. -- '::3 class of people and every institution (
The line accepted by the council as valueless. night this week. A number of citizenswere is becoming active to conserve .St.
r the ofvcial I line is known as line No. 5, When this portion of the city is assembled in the city hall Wed- its interest in re-construction thatis Cloud Department ,
end wall suggested by Mr. MacDon- ,bulkheaded and filled and the'streeta nesday night when the city fathers now inevitable.The .
make of the began their deliberations and the church sees this anticipated : ,
ough. It is a modification of the one improved, it will one -yea ..
most attractive residence sections inKissimmee passage of the resolution calling the it--and is girding itself for a ..../
made by Bie federal I "
Capt. engineer .
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: NEWS AND NOTES THE "WONDER V<, '
. OF CITY"vwBy
t who made a survey 'some time ago. and as a business man election brough forth applause from prolonged and determined effort to ,\.'.1. , ,
Tt begins at the Midland railroad, put it, "You Just couldn't keep people the. audience. organize the Christian forces of the tij4:\ \ .' OUR REGULAR / ;
o running south to the city limits crossing from buying lots there provided the-- The business' men and -tthoee ..who world to put the whole program of ",' \ !('yart!:\.:.. ", : ,," .., " .. ., 'CORRESPONDENT'L, < ,

t" f. the city dock about three-fourths work was properly done." expect to locate,.here are supportingthe life's Activities on a Christian basis. .
; 'out to' the warehouse. This will -reclaim The city council has been putting in bulkhead movement to a man, and The New Era .Movement is the organized Celebrated Their Fiftieth Marriage was planned to be given in' the neat
approximately one hundred a good deal of time on th.question there is little doubt as to the resultof : expression of the Presbyter- Anniversary.At future for the returned soldier boys.
almost the election in March. an church for its part in this great Mr. E. A. Robinson died suddenly' W
acres.._of_land_that_is_ now. _practically_ _and_have. ___been._meeting. every task, and it behooves every congregation Harpersville. N. Y.. on Feb. 12, at her home on Friday morning r,
and every loyal member to get 1869. occurredthe marriage of Miss Feb. 7. Funeral services held
P were
I .MUSIC 'AND EXPRESSION :In tine for united action in order to Annetta Shutts and Mr. Gilbert in the G. A. R. hall Tuesday after- I

ENGINEER SUBMITS ESTIMATES RECITAL. :go over the top as we have done in Smith. noon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Frank Ken- +,
,RO many'war tasks. So also should 'The 60th anniversary of this occasion nedy m.de.the. opening prayer, then r
.. II The pupils of the music and expression the members of every other church.W. was celebrated in the City of Rev. J. B. Westcott read his record rt
departments of the public schools B. WITHERSPOON. St. Cloud, Fla., by a dinner given to as a soldier. Funeral sermon by Rev.

COST OF BULKHEADING LAKE gave the first of a series of recitals relatives and friends at the beautiful Westcott; Solo, "What a Friend We
Friday night at the High School Au- GILBERT AtLEE ELDREDGE, residence 616 Florida avenue. Those Have in Jesus," by Miss Epple, followed .
ditorium which present were a sister, Mrs. Florence by the services of the Garrison.
; was attended by the AUDITORIUM TUES. FEB 18
Delchner. and husband Mr. Theodore
The escorted the hall
parents and friends of the body was to
.0it, ... young peo- Doschner, and Mrs. Anna Ansbaugh, for service and afterward to the de-
:;. r 5- City Engineer MacDonough, who crease or decrease of such alteration I ple The who choice appeared of selections on the program.varied The Mothers-Teachers Club of this of this city; Anna E. Burrows, of pot by the Garrison and Auxiliary, t,
was .instructed by the city council 'to. would be confined within the limitsof and the entire was of city, practically the only club surviving ttssimmee; Mrs. Jessie \French of and also the post. The body was sent
:I' make an estimate of the cost of bulk. 5 per cent of the total fill; for merit. Each performer program was was heartily one the strenuous period of the past St. Cloud Minn. to Bridgeport, N. Y., for burial. Hi* po
heading the lakefront, submitted hist which provision has been made in the
: applauded and the audience seemed year, now comes into prominence in Many gifts and congratulationswere wife and brother have the sympathy
"report at the adjourned meeting Wednesday estimate of the total cost, togetherwith
received ,from relative and of the community in their bereave-
quite delighted with the entertain- announcing the Beasonfe coming -
the for
amount
night. required docking 4
friend abroad and at home. A happy ment.Mr..
ment. Misses Beals and Helen Bass
stated that he facilities hand- event.
t Mr. 'MacDonough essential to the proper received on the feature was a wedding cake by and Mrs. Levi Shambow, Mrs.R. .
had gone over the 'grounds very carefully ling of the shipping and other lake advancement many of compliments their pupils. The officers and members ot this Mr.. Ansbaugh. The dinner was A. Converse, Mrs. Frank Ford and

basing all estimates on line No. business. The program: popular club have arranged to bringto served with linen and silver belongingto Mrs. Boggs, motored to Orlando
5 a* adopted by the council. The total sum necessary for the
Falling waters-J. L. Truax, Kath- our city the famous impersonator, a generation ago. An original Tuesday to attend the fair.'
The line, he said, had only been bulkheading and docking facilities is
contributed Mrs. The boat house belonging i
( erine Tiller. AtLee who the poem was by Jen- on Ohio avenue
Gilbert for
Eldredpe,
scaled on the map and not surveyed, 85000. '
\.. nie French to Mr. Haley was burned
consequently: would be subject to I I In further consideration of the fact Sh-sh-sh-h-h Geneva Roberson' past twenty years has held a most Wednesday evening.
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r come slight variation in locating to 'that on the completion of the fill and "The lament of a girl.. prominent part in the leading chatauqua The New In
England Society met
Mrs. Baker
permit of successful street and lot ..bulkheading that the street would The Swallows-Benj. Codard, Em- assembleys and lecture bureaus, and Mr. McGraw spent
'I.: I in upper G. A. R. hall on Tuesday at 2
ily Sanderson. Friday Kissimmee.Mrs.
planning. The total sum necessary not be in. tractional condition due appearing in all the leading cities of m., and to the funeral of
'I p. owing
for the bulkhead and dock facilities j to the deep fill of loose sand, I consider Rhapsodie Griffin.MIR'fIonne-Carl Koell- the United States. Mr. Eldridge is Ryan went to Kissimmee' Mr. Robinson being at 3 o'clock, the
he Mr. Mac advisable for ing. Norma entertainer of and he Thursday evening to attend a ban-
r- was, estimated 85000. | it to provide funds '' an rare ability was given first.
; Donough called attention the need the improvement of such streets within Mistah Mockin' Bird; Spelling in never fails to more than please all quet given by the Knights of Pythias program, America piano duet Mrs.Opening Morgan
r for making provisions for street improvements -i the limits of the fill along such the Nursery, Ruth Harvey. wit hhis wide variety of character and then on to Tampa to take In the song and Mrs.; Buckmaster reading
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II:. and suggested the sum I properties as are developed and built Rippling Waters-H. A. Fams- sketches. lasparilla.Mr. Mr. McKay: "Why I left the Farm;" '
of $12,500 be asked for this purpose. upon. Should prospective purchasersbe worth, Thelma Sutton. His interpretation( of Shylock, of and Mrs. F. E. Hastings of song, Mrs. Daisy Sprague, "Chasing'the
'-'. Should prospective purchasers be assured of the available funds for The Raggedy Man-James Whit- David Harum, or yet the! Widow Bi- $(uffiield, Corni./ arrived on Saturday butterfly;" Reading( Mrs. Grace
,:.;: assured of available funds for the Immediate the immediate improvement of the comb Riley, Eleanor Overstreet. dott, are equally effective, and those last' and ."..r t' guests at the Bonair Cooper; piano duet Mr*. Morgan and
.;' improvement of the streets street to their property it will greatly Minute W. A. Mozart, Lucille who expect to hear a repetition of the House.. Mrs. Buckmaster; song, Mrs. Roy
\ to their property It would greatly stimulate the rapid settlement of the Harvey. old threadbare "stories" of so many Mrs. Eula Rolliff/ and Miss Whid- Taylor, "Beautiful Isle of the Sea;"
; stimulate the rapid settlement of the district in this area. I therefore advise Lullaby-R. S. Morrison, ElizabethW. impersonators will be greatly disap den, of Kissimmee, were visiting reading, Mrs. Knapp, "Lookout Mountain -
''i district, he said.MacDonough's. I that bonds be asked for in the Moseley. pointed. friends in St. Cloud on Monday.Bob ;" song, Mrs. Kelster, "A row;"
\" .''? Mr. report was ac- sum of $12,500.00 for this nurpoce. The public is invited to this unusual Montadoca is home on a few duet, "The pilot brave" by Mr*. Reiser -
itceoted by the council and his figures Respectfully submitted. Mrs: James A. Allen and her dieter, event which will take place the evening days furlough from North Carolina, and Capt. Nalson. '
t. V taken as a basis for the' bond election : ALAN J. MacDONOUGH. Mrs. Geo. A. Briggs, motored to on February 18th, at 8 p. m.. In and on his return expects to be transferred The New England Society picnic

4' ,,ordinance I Tampa Friday on a business' mission. the O. H. S. Auditorium. to Oklahoma.Mr. will be held on Thursday Feb. 20, at
'! LINCOLN'S BIRTHDAY -- and Mrs. I. N. Lane of Fort the orange grove of Mr. Will Barber

1. Following la a communication from I OBSERVED BY CIRCLELincoln' .O OOOOt.. oo.oooo.ooooooOt.oto.tOO O.oooo.oooooo. Meade arrived in the city on Saturday -. at Carolina Station. Autos will leave
:" l engineer Alan MacDonough, setting and are !guests at the Bonair the: G. A. R. hall at 9:30 ...m. Fare
: forth the proposed improvement and louse. for round trip 20 cents. .Everyone
its cost: I birthday anniversary wa BOARD OF TRADE Mr. and Mrs. F. Shannon and Mrs. l'a invited.Dr. .

February 12th 1919.I celebrated Wednesday afternoon -at f..A. Long of Youngstown, Pa., arrived S. G. Stewart died here on Friday

x.. Honorable City Council of Kissimmee, the G. A. R. hall. This wa the regular on Saturday last and are pleas- last after a short illness. The>
p, Florida. meeting of the Sedgwick Circle, .ntlyJoc.teet, at the Farris Hotel. funeral service were held on Sundayat r
r ; Gentlemen: THE BOARD OF TRADE WILL MEET AT THE COUNCILCHAMBER Word has been received that Mrs. 3 o'clock in the Presbyterianchurch
Ladies'of the G. A. R. and after an
J. E. Daenell, of Chicago, daughterof service in charge of Rev. Dr.
\ I beg to submit herewith report ofP THE PURPOSE OR REORGANIZATION .
estimate of the cost of the proposed hours' business, the door were TO-NIGHT AT 7:30 FOR Capt.' W. W Angel of St. Cloud Cook. The body was taken on Mon- V'm

'lakefront development in accordance thrown open to members of .the post I ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND FIXING REGULAR las gone under an operation, but is day to Topeka, Kana., for burial. '.

with instructions given me on Feb. S. and all the visiting members. TIME AND PLACE OF MEETINGS.IT rapidly recovering, and as soon as ,Miss Smith of Kissimmee, president
: I have made a very careful 'estimate About sixty were'present to enjoy' she is able, will come south, accompanied of the canning' club rave a
from alt available data now poa- IS HOPED"EVERY BUSINESS MAN IN KISSIMMEE AND by her mother, Mrs. W. W., splendid demonstration on Wednesday
eesaedby the city basing all estimates the afternoon and all who desired ALL OTHERS INTERESTED IN THE WELFARE OF THE CITY Angel'who has been with her during: afternoon in Dr. Foster's' place' ,.'
Line 5 adopted by the were given an opportunity ,to speak. icr' illness. on New York avenue.Lincoln' .
!"" )council on. as The Circle had arranged a programand WILL BE PRESENT TO HELP PUT THE ORGANIZATION'ON. A The Loyal Woman' Class of th I birthday was Celebrated. pc.

Owing to this line being only scal bad plenty of sandwiches. cake SOUND WORKING BASIS FOR THE ENSUING YEAR. Christian church., will meet Fridaj. here on Wednesday. Th*' post and,
the map, not having been estab-. and- coffee/ to entertain their. guests. afternoon at the church. corps and other orderiformed fn.
1 shed by survey ,it will be more orless Those taking part on' the program, WILL.YOU HELP # The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary r parade and then went to the G. A. R., '
susceptible to some slight variation were: Mr. ThrasherMrs* Porter W. B. HARRIS, Vlc-PreidenL met Monday afternoon with twentj r hallwhere patriot* sonr were sung
in locating to permit of succes- Mrs. Wemple Mr*.' Jones'' and Mrs. members present. Mr*. Henrietti I and soeeche.,mad*.. suitable to- the a.tIu

il''., '- lot street and lot, planning. ..the In.. VanDuzer. .. J"'I. I .. .. 1 i10 .. ..... 1. 0 ..,.... ..0,0.. ... .'1... .... Phipps was mustered in.and a soda't' I occasion. "" .* --r- -* JL
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TWO I f 'I" tHE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 ., .

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JUST want 4o thank you for Dr. CAPT. FRANK VANS AGNEW


-V,.,Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is fine. SPENDS XMAS IN DENMARK

I it for baby husband and myself FOR SALE OR
use my my Tmnspolt Office, Free Harbor, hove, was a dance. There, I met Prince

and simply can't do wit out a bottle of it jn dvoj, Copenhagen, Dec. 2C, 1918.) 1|(Waldemar I uncle of, the king here,
Another boat the big Frederick and His two sons, one In navy and one ,
the house." in army, They were all most friendly\
VIII, Is leaving in about irti hour for tnnd talked about the Germans worse
From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written bj\ ... your side, and I 'will hand this to some''' than I ever have, I- think. It wa
(Mr. John W. ChrUl n.; n, 603 So. 2nd IE hap leaving and trust him to post quite refreshing, and the army son,
art, Brigham City Utah / 'a very gay young man,'-attached him-
'I y word, this) is a great town. I self to me to an alarming extent. TRADE E
at,1 having; a won,_jjerXul. time, my I:vl'r"oneVas wearing Orders and
Dr. Caldwell's days: till veil dark) are very' busy, incdnU and crosses and sashes, even '
: ; ,,' and then my host, Mr. Vett, takes mo the ladies. .
about his friends und relatives restaurants Then another night I went to a :
.. and tlx-atcrs. Christmas dinner, and dance given to all the of -l.
:,'Syrup Pepsin .. !I':>'d! fs the great event here and I fliers! on the repatriation business, in
went 'to great/ gathering of his family a colossal house full of statues which
: and the -Xnian tree;.. ten children looked very cold on account of lack of The of W. D.
The Laxative niceto', look at and well'behaved, who!S clothing. There I met the Brlt'nh dwelling ,property
.' .. Perfect ,j v all talk some English, and the rest Arrbnwador. Lord Kitmarnock, .,and '
: Burkam No.
104
., .. grown-upa.' 'They all ale very well before long I was II a game of bridge situated
i: off 'and thr many presents and the,wit!) him (or' against him, rather.) ''
:,\' >i'"t I .:'v '" ,Sold by Dfuggists Everywhere" ,,>,,,>f quality of,them made\ my eyes bulgel['and beat him two straight rubbers Cherry street. Corner lot. Ga-
!', :' : ,' To my own amazement: file tree produced I He is a very nice man, clever andearnesCaud
50 cts. (IX) $1.00 for me iirold wrist watch frommy !I', not much to look at, most rage. Cement sidewalks and
host, a thing beyond my own unassuming and, I' hope I shall "see
wildest dreams if I had to buy it fx>r More of him. driveway. Building modern' in '
Quickly corrects disorders of the intestinal myself. You never saw such kind- So you sue that I am not allowedto ,
ness. Last night I wont to another bi forlorn while here. I find it all particular with spacious
tract relieves the congestion and, restores 'nor- family meeting (same family and wonderfully interesting. Besides every
,
children)' at his sinter's, who is Har-l(I since living with my host! my expen- Good condition.
,mal ,regularity., It.. is gentle.in action: and does oness Vogel Weglo (or something ses are much less, as he refuses to allow rooms. ,
like that) .I anii really apparently to hand
,( me put my near\ my
not gripe. A trial bottle can be obtained by one of the family by this ,time. I ,,pocket, when out with him having t
am trying to get even slightly, by boon trained in America The man Present owner secured the ,!h;
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 WashingtonSt taking/ all the children< to the theater I are comfortable and contented in the
M Illinois. some night or>n. A few nights ago camps and boats are coming and golug property for'mortgage and! is ;
Monticello, 1 was taken, after dinner' at a strange ,, as fast as May be.

house w to another_ house where there__ __L______________FRANK _ tired of holding. A great bar- ,4
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No Worms In a Heituhy Child LAUNCH RIDE. 1 I I MRS. SMITH ENTERTAINS gain for somebody. :: ",
ORANGE CENTER )
All children: troubled, with worms have..n unhealthy Miss Percie Oliver entertained her MISSIONARY MEETING
/ color,which Imitate blood,and as arule
poor
.there .In more or lees stomach dlnturbance.GROVE I friends )Friday afternoon with a delightful I Mr. Schocks and Mr. and Mrs. Will If interested consult I local -
'S TASTELESS chlllTONIC given regularly launch ride to Oliver's Island, The ladies of Christian church : your .
for two or three week' will enrich the blood. tinprovethedidestloncudactasaGeneralStrength I where the ''young people enjoyed and their friends enjoyed a delightful Schucks, accompanied by Mrs Lucy ,
- games around a big bon fire\ and a i afternoon Friday, ut the home of ;Mrs: ,';Schucks and children of Indiana real estate agent or communicate -
ening Tonic to Che whole system. Nature will them Julius Smith. were Sunday guests at the home of
f throwoffordlspelthewarmsandtheChlldwtllbeb '" picnic supper. I''Air. and Mrs J. E. Maddux Sand
,
The on with
I event the
regular meetingof
perfect health Pleasant to take.. 60o per bottle. was / Lake. ,
the Missionary Union of the Chris-
urove's Taatelesa chill Tonic I
I
If you have anything to sell, tradeor tian church, 'and the topic for study Mr. Maddux, brother of Mrs Lester -
classified column. restore, *vitality and energy by purity loll and en. ,was the interesting one, "Women Flint, who has been spending;
exchange try our blood. You (....1111 S time .
rlchlnglh. can soon wage earners in the Orient Mrs,' some here, departed on Monday ,
It bring results. ening. Invigorating FfToct: Price Sea D.lb'l to visit other sections of the state
,
W. II Coleman, the pastor's wife,
-- --- - -- - conducted the lesson. The following but expects to return to Orange Cen- :1

4640. (&frWWM M-W M4r '6aGfMW'f4-0'44444,M:}+hBbC"r'n''tio0t: : program was given: ter in the near future. S.Y.WAY.N
Hymn." Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Roberts have _
I'rllyer-Rev. Coleman. been spending the past few days with
Have Your Done the latter's parents.We .
Plowing BIble Study-Mrs. S. B. Aultman.
Phone 172 ORLANDO FLA.
"Where human labor is so cheap"- are glad to report that the epi- ,
. Mrs. Burckhalter. demic of flu, which was quite bad
"Kainila's l\lother"-l\fra. Julius here for some time, has abated, and
With a Moline Tractor I Smith."Woman's. so far "as. the writer is aware, "has --- - - -- - '. '
passed. and the school has
lagain
influence in the present
opened its doors. SILVER WEDDING ANNIVERSARY I ,
crisis"-Mrs. Rivers.
"Woman workers in Japan"-Mrs. Mr. A. W. Flathers has a very fine Mrs S. II. Bullock was very pleasantly .
.We are prepared to do all kinds of plowing - Dale. garden, which is evidence of what the surprised last Saturday night A. E. DROUGHT : ,
"Facts for busy women and hidden Florida soil Will grow. when a number of her friends joinedthe
I : and discing for the public with a answers"-Participated in by everyone We have the report that Mr. E. B. choir which regularly practicesat 115. Broadway
present. Morrev has moved his office into the her' home on that night and came

MM. Downey: who is Regional!!" See- hotel building on Main street. in for a "spend-the-evemng." Real Estate and InsuranceEPRESENTS
Universal Moline Tractor t'etary for three states, Tennessee, Mrs. 'Bullock' guests were Rev. '
Georgia and Florida,.was present and PRESIDENT LADIES AID and Mr'. Cannon Bryan, gave an intensely interesting. talk Mrs: J. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Del- -
PHONE GIVES SOCIAL EVENINGThe
covering: her work. garno'and the Hamilton party. The The Home Insurance Co. of New
event was in honor of Mr. and Mrs.Bullock's .
During the social hour delicious Ladies Aid of the York, She National Fire Insurance
Society Presbyterian silver wedding anniversary,
Mach Bros. W. H. Wilson rakes and .hot chocolate were served
or and a general fret-acquainted time church gave a delightful social and the hostess was presented with a'' Co.- of Hartford, The Sun, and
at the Hart Memorial on Friday
set of beautiful silver I
., was enjoyed especially by the numbers evening, Feb 7th. Over one hundred spoons. many other reliable companies. .-
86464444644Reo1LstateaDd of tourists who attended. guests werepresent. The short program -, Subscribe for the Klssimmee Valley I'I
TALENT TEA. consisting of music, recitations q Gazette. '
and readings, was particularly fine .. -,-
oooooooooo.o oooOOOO Ot.o o ooo ooooo Mrs. George W. Persons and Mrs.I both in selections and rendering and -- -
,
,A, W. a delightful talent
Bailey gave the friends present expressed much
::1:>>. ,<<31crN"E: : : tea at the home of,1\lr. and Mrs. Persons I pleasure in this part of the entertain ')
Friday ,afternoon, which : was ment, as well as in the social time of
: largely,;, attended,by !the'members': of the,: evening,j which all enjoyed, both
[ Insurance Agency the k missionary soci tyltof\! ,the 5 M'\I\{E; old and young.i' ', ,i, f,4.:\ ,'.town" .:iSWa.lijfiii, ( ""' d! 4'"
church''and fl theirs friends ofitwhomare **Refreshments\(of'I fruit*punch%and Will eSell Shoes
winter residents and visitors here. cake were_ served. The silver offeringwas . '
i We have a well selected list of properties for sale, among whichare The rooms were prettily decorated, generous. -
come very attractive Farms, Ranches, Orange Groves, business suggestive of St.. Valentine's day, and ,

buildings, and dwellings, all In Osceola County, and each propositionlisted dainty were hearts every, arrows where and in evidence.cupid'sbows CHRISTIAN CHURCH

at its minimum value; some Include all necessary farm equip- When the guests were assembled 10:00-Sunday: Sghool. Only For Cash
ment. We also,can offer exceptional bargains'!. in Kissimmee and St. cards bearing a mischievous cupid 11:00: -Sermon.
4 Cloud properties now owned by non-residents who are willing To sell and the word Valentine, were distributed aIS-Y. P. S. C. E.

at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a little and the guests were instructedto 7:30: -Sermon.
form words from those
surplus capital and benefit by the increase in values which\ is sure letters as as possible.many Mrs. C. II. Summers Prayer meeting each Wednesday

to come., Call or write us. was found to have the longestlist evening at 7:30.: I... A. .S. each Thurs This is to notify my friends and customers that after ,this 'date "

Y E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Inc. a Day.talk, and on as the II prize subject, was of asked Valentine's to made day.Junior C. E. each Sunday at 2:30: no shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstances. p.


D. G. WAGNER, Manoger During the afternoon Mrs. A. M\ p. Young m. Ladies' Circle meets each The government has fixed 'the price of SHOES for all grades .
Frain and \Miss Wilder rendered several -
Kissimmee Florida numbers second Sunday. and the profit will nowbe small
piano and Miss lola too to permit telling them on charge
C. W. B. meets the first FridayIn
"fr ***<>4"M"fl" "W*<*"W"e<"> Lawler (rave!" two harming readings.A each month. accounts.
delicious 'collation was served
- consisting of assorted sandwiches, Church Board meet first. Sunday

-:-. +x+ -<""t cakes and hot tea. made to afternoon each month. Our Stock, however will be kept fully' up to the usual standard,
A offering was
generous
a the missionary fund. You are cordially invited to our and we will continue to handle a full line of the best quality Shoe

i Our Boys Have "Cleaned Up" i iI' BRIDGE PARTY FOR 31-tf.services. W. II. Coleman, Pastor. for Men Women and Children and solicit your continued patronage.

OUT OF TOWN GUESTS,. ,,
The Gazette wants a correspondentin

The Kaiser The Hun and The Country Club was the scene of every community in Osceola county.
i
Send in the it will the
I a delightful bridge party Saturday news, help H. C. STANFORD CO.
and will before
E night when Mrs. Eugene Bryan entertained paper the keep your rection -
I : in honor of her guests, Mrs. publi ,
German Autocracy! 1r O'Donnelly and. Mi" Nell Prince, of
A Atlanta.At .
NEW CALOMEL IS
.3 the conclusions of the games
the prizes were awarded to. Miss Mil-
:I (red Turville and Mr. Livingston witha BEST FOR COLDS
consolation for Mrs.' Howard Katz --- -
A Wonderful Achievement find\ Mr. Cadel.! AND INFLUENZADoctors ihSM6ifi4666444444404444P44444444t464064666446.644464<

''iI A delicious salad course was served, : :
I Ist :Misses Jo and Dot Makmson assisting
their sifter, Mrs. Bryan, in serving Now Prescribe CaloUbs. the
Mrs. Bryan's guests were: Mr and Purified Calomel, That Is Safe and -
+ Let us now "clean up" at home at once Mrs. Howard Katz, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ntusealess.
Katz. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston R. r
: all Our business affairs. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Cadel, Mrs.D. Doctors are warning; the public that S. FLOYD .
W. Alderman, Misses Mildred simple colds and mild cases of influenza -
We are asking all our customers to "clean up" in Turville, Inez ,Carson Frances West, often lead to pneumonia and \

full all accounts that they owe us betwesn now of Jacksonville; Miss Katherine Ball, 'other serious complications. They
of Sanford; and Messrs. C. W. Ward, that cold should have im
every
and the close of the year 1918, that is, during Harry Hunter, AI Nelson, W. J. Steed, ay mediate attention and that the first

the next weeks. Be sure to give this your and Mr. Lawrence. step in the treatment is to make sure

personal] attention.If that the liver is active. For this purpose Groceries
MRS. WARD CANS QUANTITYOF Calotabs, the perfected, nausea. and
MEAT. less calomel that It freed from dangerof
you cannot raise the money' we will salivation; is the surest, best and

and Mrs. Ward, wife of Joe Ward, qualified most agreeable laxative. .
Bonds War
r accept Liberty .as a conservationist this week by :Pne Calotab at bed time with ,a '
Saving Stamps in "putting up" the most of a 400 pound swallow of water-that's all, no salts, ,Fresh Meats --
paymentof hog. Mrs., Ward owns a steam pressure no nausea, no danger and .no upset-
your account., cooker and has canned meat for ting of the digestion and appetite.
some time. Putting up this amountwas Next morning your cold has vanished, I
quite an undertaking and she your liver is active, your system is
!, PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER called in the help of Miss Albina purified and refreshed and you are
-* '. Smith, county ,agent, who assistedher. feeling: fine with a hearty appetite
I Yours respectfully Mrs. Ward canned the meat in for breakfast. Phone 176 '
.: ; both glass and in containers For your' protection, Calbtabs are 302 Broadwayf't ';
L sold only in original sealed packages,
WATERS &' CARSON .GROCERY ,CO., .Cold: CUM Grip and Influenza I price thirty-five cents. All druggists
recommend and Calotabs
LAXATIVE BROUO QUtCDrlTabIIuwe: the guarantee
I 1' .; cww*. 'Two to only OM "Btoaa QolalM."' offering to refund the price if you ,

f .OO.OO..OOO.O.O..O..OO..O.OOO..O..O..O..Ot.'1 ..a z.wGIOVn'IIQ-'_,tl00. j'Tare I' not, delighted: with them/ (adv.) f o..oo.o.o.. oo.o.o o'ooooo..oooo..oooo..o..lo. ,.. I

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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY. GAZETTE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 1919 THREE

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PURE BRED HOGS TAKING THE .,


y PLACE OF SCRUBS IN FLORIDA


hfu; !II IPupf ; Gainesville] Feb. 7.-(Special-)--of scrub and grade hogs Mr. High."H .

'1 ,, ll 4r The increase iny\ pure breed. swine in says it is noticeable that once a
t 'iano co Florida during the past year has put 111an.' begins! to raise pure breds he usually -
the scrub on tho/go, and it is pretty pets rid of his scrub stock pretty -
certain that Mr. Scrub will land at soon.
the bottom of the hill before he stops Ail: counties reported that the farmers .
Mr. L. R. Hlfrhmi of the Extension were actually successfully grow.
Division of the College of Agriculture, injr and feeding to a' more or ]less ex
1 0't co-operating with the Bureau of An. tent corn, peanuts cowpeas, rape, 0 /
imal Industry, recently! compiled some I oats, rye, aweetpotatoes!' and cassava
reports which show just how much I This increase in pure bred swine is i iA il1
\ .prop-rets! has been made along this line 'no doubt largely due to the work of ;i. p
;" during the past year. The 27 hag 'the' Boys' Pig Clubs. Records on file
I'
growing counties reporting shoved an in the office of the State Boys' Club

.!'I average increase of 58.54% .in purebred
I' swine during the year 1918.re-porting i(
Holmes, Brevard, Taylor; and Madi- bred swine and the lowest increase in
son counties ledin this increase. scrub and grade hogs are those coun- R a
''T}>ese records further show the ties in.which Boys'Pig Club work has
very' great difference between the Increase : been established longest and has been
..' of pure bred and the increaseof pushed hardest by the county agents.
'"" scrub hogs. Twenty-three of the Members of the Swin ,Growers' \ w
above counties reported an increase ; Association have 'a rlghb, to resent
of grade and scrub hogs evoraging: ; having t post cardsgo put Jf the state
only 16';(. for the same period. Two. advertising Florida as growing razor iFa
r Chain' Tread counties did' not( 'report, while Iler-i back and scrub hogs. That day is

nando county reported 50% decrease_ past. The pure bred has cone to stay..
n nn _ .

The Economy of Proceedings of SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR ,

AND VICTORY JUBILEE


rYa'zky' ; Buying Good Tires City Council (By 0. D. Wetherel). .. r
Tampa, Fla., .Feb 13.-Feature after : sat .., to.;:;: '.: ..

The council ,met on February 2nd,, feature is being added to the plans O'D
there being present F. II. Lawson, W. for the South Florida Fair and Victory -
It's W. Carson G. M. Taylor\ J. S. Cadel, Jubilee, until the prospect for the RI.6LEYS,
mighty to
cheap
poor put best _
economy mayor; Lewis O'Bryan, attorney, andJ. and most attractive fair that has :

;; tires on your car. R. Gilbert, clerk. ever been held in Florida'IIJYpetm ,.,. ".. ', . . . ..car
.... The minutes of the last meeting;: bright indeed. Counties that will send II' 't Iq( a''i' nt tp

... If you can't depend on your tires, you fines were read were and examined approved and, reports approved of, displays in South include Florida] ,every for even progressive those which one The Flavor 'Lasts
have not arranged for general
and bills were approved and ordered yet a
f can't depend on your car, paid as follows) county exhibit are planning community ,
school and individual displays.
.1 fl Cadel alary a. mayor __A.I iI.ilOJ I i Amusement features have not been
e -and can't three kinds sealed
the of fill
you get high grade ( w Overalr..t. tial *. mnmhil !If.01lt neglected by the fair directors who ,
_______
: V Tlaon sal as police flB.OO
service it ought to give J 7. FtolierBon salary aa treas._ 25.Ofl! have arranged with Johnny J. Jones,
you. .1 It Lewis O'Hryan pal as city ally. 6.Slate ,home is Orlando] and whose shows are .
It buy tires-United States Pnnk, rent for January __ 411.00KlKav -
good
pays'to known states to
Tel ("0., rent unit tolls_ fl.l\5 throughout many proof : Be
Tires. J ;Woodall.. aal. aa Surt Bt.. __ 75.f0.! bring his attractions. Every varietyof packages.
J .H 4:llht-rt. pay roll for Jan.. Hl.llflJ show is included with 17919 Inno-

.. i'lovd R Gilbert Yale. pay sah| roll a. acavenifer.for Feb_ 250 60.00.QO l vations that speak well for the ingenuity SORE to eefWRIGLEYS

They represent the highest value it is Floyd Yates, extra time _. 10.00 of the originators as entertain-
.
itafe MrUnuirtilln: bal due _u_ 4370 r n e+

possible to build into tires. Move r"rowder Concert Band mil sexton donation_.._-. 81)BO..flo 00KlHRy I ers.Especially strong in its appeal to AFTER
Mills nina Smith, dona rent _' 1000 Floridians will be the showing of livestock Of
five Hum I-upfi-r pay roll lire rtept." ISA.BOW ( of poultry and agricultural EVERY '
There are different passenger car & C 5ro Co. mule feed68.74 products. Dr. B. K. Hanafourde who MEAL" !) '
.upfer At Prather, labor nod sun 11.010CI
treads-the only complete line built \\' overntrret. coat In M C 1.00 is manager of the fair, Is authorityfor '
by M J Crowder. guard airplane. 84.60\ the statement that Florida resources -
J C Orlffln.' chop 11.HO will be shown in manner
a
tire manufacturer.Each : C'.o:; I
.
any Ache niilnfectant dlnlnft ._ 3I>0:OOOxceoln
... Mdw. Co., auppllei that will not only surprise visitors to
\ II .Lawson .al. council_ 18.76)I I0" the state who have ,but little knowl-
has the built-in strength that means \V W Carson Hal. council_ ion edge of what Florida can do, but will .'
: (J M Taylor, aal. council ._ coo
t A S Reed IIal. council _- .. too I open the eyes of many native Florid 1 tI
; your money back in extra miles. Robert Rledel.. supplies __._.n. (.fid\ dans to the resources of' the statet RRCp .
J Roberaon.. transfer Sanitary I Arrangements were made today for I !t A d
to street fund _____ B90.00 eveninv
Among-them are exactly the tires you J Z Hobernon, transfer Main tpalnir band concerts morning and
to general fund Stt.tt at the fair grounds and for special
: want for car and driving J Z rtobvraon tranafer uperlal bands, to play during the parades.
your your con paving to general fund 118.81 Shriners' day, which will be the open ____ ,.1>"'<1' .

ditions. J 'to Z livberann.light and tranafer water fund Rt fund_ 100.IID ing day of the fair. Feb'17, will bringone +oooo :o.o . OI t O.O U'O 4.
\V A i"lner' supt.V.It of the largest] crowds as the
Ellia. salary __ I'o.n, the Red Fez from all
-- -- wearers of psrtf
Our nearest Sales and Will Yates salary ___ __ g;.fin ''
Service
Depot Peter t",,\,ale", .31ary----- ___- 81.1111 of the state will] join. in the parade ,ORANGE TR.E..ES.
Dealer will !...wla Durham aalary .. ftt,6n and ceremonial. St. Petersburg ahne
gladly help you. Jim Davie, salary _hUh 85.oo has promised a party of from 1,000 to ,
, Harvey crOWder salary r*.oo 2.000 visitors. Pine'''Apple :variety only, No'Vanker, 'no scaly bark, no' cottony
I.@. '' tV.Mart In. bal,, aalary 41.SS
J e u'kh'a.' salary -_- 64 OK, 1 Horse racing, for Florida ponies, cushion scale. Clean' thrifty, well rooted. As good as the best and

; Jit Will'h..ler.nllb..rt.' ,adv wages wages___ 18.81'I.M';''I motorcycle races. and an abundance cheaper than any. My home banks for reference. Forty thousand

I United States Tiresare Pearl Johns hal hauling wood.._ S5.noHenry of free acts will be staged.! ((40,000)) for sale Write me.
Hanat-11, hauling wood ,_ TO.! on"
H P Suhl work on trucka_ 76.00 The Best Cough Medicine. '
J L Phillip & Co., lumber____ 6.41 : .
Al:,t\Thomas. ealaryy. "'.w....d.d; 'I '16.00 .When a druggist finds that.hrs customers P.H.NUGENTOCALA '\ A
nlfna .Mill,&,Aup.'Co..I\ Ruppll..a aJ.oo all r speak Good Tiresf Wtnner/SawyernCo.4lNupplies! 8.80 preparation.-,he J forms latgood\ > .[opinion ', .' ;
IIudaon & '
111 Ht DaleJ;*Uantll.lIr"Ialra bldg jlinaii holen tOl aajgiui rtM tI.IIO.00 ofit, and when .in need ofisuch n mad*, I 4., . i'LORYDA4t39 , ; :t. _
f LUIt.r.&prat her.t au pplleaJet B:1.87 icinelis'almostfcertainltoiusejitfhim] ?
JjIJtann1lRhoplwork! ; aSSjl'4WW 1 1.S.00J ) self'and '-in his family. This- is why 'rs t9 d e 64fiG4 too ooooio*ooo 4>4>oooo.
:
. .. .. . .. .. . C Grltnn. shop work -.c_ e.so so! druggist use and recommend I '. r
I ; ; M Katz, supplies ?.._-.-_. 4.43 many --- -
A L Pavldaon, repairs __ __- j.60 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J. -
;' \, llillili, I Wijr.lilmi;. ij il II Iij lm HI I i Jw. II lljlil, j: JU, j1u: I IWlri 1u: ,, :IJlm Oc.ola A H (Gilbert Motor teas Co.for auppllpa trucks ..tCh. 406.42 Jl i ,on Jones, a well known druggist of D'I, a

'. .. . .. UNPPnla HdwCo.- supplies H7.038up run. Kv., saysI) "I have used
: ',- . .. Fla. EI"c. Co., supplies l u? 32.78 beiIain's Cough: Remedy in my family Co.
J' --- A H 1'homaa. adv. furnace work lIul.41 for the past seven years and have Osceola Hardware
. A I 1 Thomas> same -_ 3 found it to be the best medicineI
I.I ____ __ _. _. A ii Thomas, adv. fur trnllor 600.00 cough
A Thomaa.. refund voucher __ bCl in.63 have ever known. % ,
) A I K Thonina adv. wages 600
" COUGHS AND COLDS Located on Kissimmee's T
EPWORTH LEAGUE INSTITUTE i
\ Communication from Mr. B. Funk,

,. I l'I'u suggesting! that the council secure a I A GREAT SUCCESS BUSIEST CORNER.
{. QraCKLYJEMED suitable piece of ground near the rail -
. cK. station for the purpose of experimenting j The League Institute for the > .
.-.... Her la your opportunity ta Inturaftgaint with 'a number of moat nu- leagues of the Bartow district,/held ELECTRIC LIGHTING
l ", embarrass nj errors in spell eg, .KIngs New Discovery used tritous for .f here Saturday and Sunday well .
grasses grazingpurposes. was
r Edison
1<- pronunciation end poor choice of ? v There i ia no better lighting; system than the Mazda. They
since PresidentGet Same attended from the
Grant was read and filed by representatives
i : word*. KDOW tho metminr cf puttMng! ii was
war term. locreoM your efficiency, i iy a bottle today On motion it was so ordered that organizations and by the local mem have a bulb suitable for most any lighting system. We call special
y wtutb result ia power and IUCCCM. : the council reconsider' action on park bers and their friends. attention to Tpye C 2, which has a blue bulB that filters out the red

10l; improvements and withdraw accep- Rev. Ralph E. Nollner was expect and yellow rays, leaving the actinic rays undisturbed and affording
WEBSTER'SNEW It did it for your grandma, for gout tance of lease. ed to take charge of the meetings but match
best read colors Call and
l the possible light to sew or by.
father. For this well-known .
fifty years The report of the bulkheadiHg] com- was called back to the Central officeat
'
!INTERNATIONAL cough and cold remedy has kept an mittee was received and filed for further Nashville, Tenn., on urgent business let us explain! more fully. i
.evergrowing army of friend., young consideration.The and Prof. Garfield Evans, of
I :: know'f'' and old. city attorney was instructed to Southern College of Sutherland. came tHE CALL OF THE WILD.
I .. inn t' 41'njV .1 qijestJoaan'wcrcr For half a century! druggists everywhere draft proper resolution, (or ordinance In his place. Prof. Evans is a very W-b-o-o-p-e-e! Don't you hear the big game calling) The'
midi to mutt have sold it. Puta bottle in
your regarding construction of bulkhead capable speaker and all sessions of
( need. It i it in duly! use by your medicine cabinet. You may need! .and ( the institute marked with open season -nearly over and you've got just one more chance fora
to the were
present council at ad- strong
hundred of thousands of succvMrfu it in a hurry. Sold by druggists 'journed meeting on Wednesday an Feb. enthusiasm and deep spirituality. The good hunt. Better get busy! And say, be sure and call at our _

400.000!BiiA Word and.Borneo 27011 Page tbo Wbrlci. tSOD over.II. ii everywhere. : 12th, at 7:30 p. m. Sunday evening session at the bungalow store and select 'your ammunition out of our big stock. We have .the

,., .. . 30,0VOtooar.phlnIISubju.t.: .. .Bowels Acting Properly On motion it was so agreed that followed by the regular serviceIn right kind. _
', die Line 5 adopted as laid out by City the church; were especially helpful.
47tANa Pali!. Saturday evening at the close of RI
Engineer A. J. MacDonoujrh and ,
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recommended
p 1 au.tya-l uc.ao lxpuaiuon.ECCIAJI K makes the body retain waste matters THE CALL OF THE TAME. ,
cad INDU-rAPEK EdltlMil.VUUTBfor and Impurities that undermine the by the committee.On the opening tn the meeting bungalow a in reception honor of was the If you are married and thoroughly domisticated let us fit up your i!
li motion Mr. A. J. MacDonouRhwas given
Rpw1 I MEtt
}'ua6et Map*s.3 oil.n name Ptm.Oil paper.C. health and Dr.play havoc' New with Life the Pills entire are appointed city engineer to do the visiting delegates. home from our large and up-to-date stock of Furniture. Come and \.

i. & C. ME4RIAM. CO., f fMau. reliable system. and wild ia action. All necessary work in connection with the Thelocal league was hostess for examine our big store and you will be surprised at its magnitude j
Sprlo eM, U. S. ii
i.f' A. druggists. bulkhead ing. this pleasant event and a musical and the celerity with which! we fill your order.

Moved and seconded that a cominin- program interspersed with games I
Li' ion. of five per cent be allowed the was arranged for their 'diversion. .
PAINT
BRETHREN PAINT.
Misses Lillian ,
Prentice and Helen Bass
for collection of all delinouent
Ask Your .Grocer city) attorney taxes turned over by the city- rendered several piano numbers and If you own a house take the following advice from us: t..

,} ii irr. clerk this motion wad duly carried. Miss Adah C. Wagner sang a beautiful !- If you want .to sell paint it/ .

For There heinor no further business! selection. If you want to rent paint it.
choco-
Sandwiches doughnuts and 0
the council adjourned to meet in reg"lar -- \ late were served, concluding the evening If you don't want it to rot. paint it.
session on above date mentioned. If your neighbor scoffs paint it. 1,
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J. R. GILBERT Clerk. F. II. LAWSON President. If your neighbor paints his then paint

" NEW ERA MQVEMENT CON'FERENCE. yours if you have to mortgate

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t. MISS SMITH CONDUCTS your automobile.
, COFFEEBest -
COMMUNITY SINGING
:4d1I There will be a conference in the I

1"" Prebvterian church of Kissimmee, beginning WHAT OUR OFFICE DOG THINKS .
The Strong Withstand the Winter l Miss Albina Smith motored out to Tuesday night February 20, I
;
! Cold Better Than UM Weak 5y Iver the East Lake Settlement school and closing Friday night, following a OF" CATS

s't.. Yon must have Health. Strength end t.- i house Tuesday, for a meeting of the two days' meeting under the auspicesof r-'i-- *
. durance to flfiht Colds,Grip and Influenza county canning club* there. A numberof the New Era Movement. ,
t WheJ"1 font'blood Is"not la"a healthy . .J'" the patrons were present and a Several able speakers from outside
''1eoad1tJoD and does not circulate properly, THE HENS THAT LAYSis community sing was held. Mrs. Verna Florida will be present to participateIn

i:. TOUT system It onthla to. witlisundibeViator the hen that;,pays. If she does not Ellis and Miss -Grace Eleanor Graves these conferences, besides the lead-
accompanied Miss Smith and assisted
Ing workers in. the Presbyterian
cold.OROVB .
her
lay, kill her, but before you kill
: .; TASTELESS Chill TONIC give her B..A. Thomas' Poultry Rem with the music. church in Florida. SCAT! '.

If,1 Fortifies the System Against Colds Grip edy twice day for a week, and then Before adjourning; it was decided to These conferences will be open to YEveryb.lj
celebrate the of the schools, the and all are cordially -
general public
; :;:'. end Influenza by Purifying and EDricb1ma you will not kill her for she will be dOlling
the Blood. paying you a trofit. It not only some weeks hence- with a plcnio din- invited to attend and share In the
n."Pt,: for ner and special exercises.. This will inspiration and counsel. .
It contains the well-known tonic pvp.I' makes hens layout it is a remedy "
. ... .
Interest will ,
crtlea of Quinineaiid> :Iron Inform Cholera; Roup, and Gapes. We guarantee be designated a. Parents Day. All phase of church -- "
aocepuble to the most delicate stomach it to cure or we refund your Another-of the pleasant community: be1 touched ipon-church, Sunday'school __ I, "
and H pleasant to Uk u.Yon can soon: feel money. Waters A Canon Grocery. sing wil be held at Campbell Station( young .people' work, ladiesrorketc : "..rls Abybidf Af reitiaea Their<'TVfasW ''iPiW ,Cielw

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fOUR. THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZED. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY ]4. l.lt



power exerted In steady effort will of local members and their guests motored preclaie the pledge of the voter, ..n.It range bosra loose on' the rams lag, poultry, citrus fruit and track
KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE start and keep It moving There are out for the clock golf contest, elected, myself to ua* m. Farming tool. and Implement Located .lag, twice month at lOa per year
and later beet endeavor to enforce the ordlnan near Kenanavlll. Prlc.1.600., three. year for 11.00. Only IjTestocl, .
-. three ways to make advertising pay, were guests at the Hamilton lea and to work for the betterment o half I cash balance term to .UI B. and general farming paper In III..t.I. .
7: home for afternoon tea. Knlmmee H. Guy, kenanavUl. Fla. SB-tf .. Write today.
P.bUab.4 Every Praday.ay and the. are the only ways. There i Those entering\ for the golf were l'. STEED. ,
Itle.ds..ee Valley G._*<. cs.p..r 'I FOR RENT- Klce Furnished MouaaApply FOR RENT-<-room houe furnlahefll10room
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it
others. First is at Mrs
are no to keep Mrs.
) Stanford. ButtorftiMrtsu
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FOR
....._...... 1Fl.rle. MAY to J. McPtiattrr. g-tf house furnlehed: bou...
second, I is to keep at it; 'third, lit.o Livingston, Mrs. Allen, of Toronto; I am a candidate for the office o kceplor 1'00m.L unfurnlebtd dwelling

W. >a Harris. Prel...tB. keep at it--.Tbe, Poster. Miss Farr, of Knoxville; Miss Dor. elate Mayor the of. support Klanlmmee of the aira voter will appre In. tho.pproachlnll' OR at attractive 8ALK-,Second-hand price Oaceola Ford Motor ear .. Mr. E. .... Well. It.

O. V.M A..*.. >eretary- othy Wells Mr. Wells, Miss Hatt. primary. Co. tut Mroadway. FOR SALES-One Emerson T".rtter.mod..1 ,

......_. H*. II.On WORK AND BUY TOGETHER. !of Lafayette, Ind.; Misses Isabel andFrances E. A. MILTON. three, visible, a*.food ae new
Hamilton, of Toronto Mrs. IWELLINOS' for rent. Apply to M Apply Valley Gasette. tf.
FOR MARSHAL AND TAX COLLEC
.._rt.tI.. _.... i Some people plan a lone hand. They Dick.- of Toronto; Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. TOR. Tiller. FOR RENT-Furnlahed. except bed.

Copy, One T.ar.--_.*.._...IS.COn do not .form 'much attachment to the Carpenter of Lafayette>> Ind.; Rev. 4'ARMER8-P."d today for a free same; ding, fine concrete! -houae, formerly
Copy, 8I. Mont'i*___;.___._.. 1.OOB and Mrs. Bryan, Mi".. Delgarno, of t hereby announce myself, k. a candidae Stockman, at Jackconvlllepie occupied by .J. D. Clark. Apply A.
._Copy, Three Month_.......- .71 place where they live, and do not particularly :0: ,.. for the office of City Martha 'the.Mrl Farmer and 8. Ncleon'a office or H. A. Hunter..4t..
Minneapolis >Eastman
McConnell of
.lou.
and Tax Collector I to be voted for 11 Tells livestock raising: dairy- .
regret leaving it if they have N. D., and Bert Wells. ,6. "Whlt..man.' I'rim.rv" .e h. h..l. ..
All communication except from our .. -- -
.tborl..d rorrr.pondents mu.t belined tomove. And no one weeps any |i I Mrs Dick made the round in 27 -Marc-h, and uii.r b7'lelt"th.. vote
of the cltlarn qualified to vote In *nt
t by the writer.H.Jectrd tars when and up. the lowest score, and received '
they pack up go. They a election and If elected promise to fl
called matter for. will nut be relurn.d.nl..a respond. to no call for co-operation, 'golf ball for .a prize.Mrs..,Wells the office to the very J. beat M. WOODALL.FOR of my ability. ;
r '.Miss Isabel Hamilton and Dr. McConnell "
(Entered In the PoMofflce art Klcalra- and no one feels any particular desire' )
tied for second place, with a MARSHAL ANn TAX CO.LKCTOR. .I ,
__ Florida aa econd-rla matter) rf
'to help' them along. The community score of 28 up. .

gains little from their presence, and ]J' Among those who witnessed the con I am a candidate; ;; -for the office o i u un

a town made up of that kind of peopleIs test and participated in the other features Mamhal and Tex Collector of the fit
of afternoon were Mrs. Wm. Klsalmmea, and take this methn. I feel
r113eR a dead one. :, Potter, Miss Inez Carsonand her r solicitInir the support of the voter / I

1 I Then there'are those who feel ar |i guest., Miss West, of Jacksonville, and !In the approachln.HOWELLRARS' .

r 1 I, intense loyalty to 'their' home town Miss Ball, of Sanford Miss Mildred .
yof FOR MAR,H 'L A\U TAX COLI..;(.
and all the people living there, to all Turville, Harry Hunter his mother TOR. .'

Its undertakings and enterprises.. ItJrt Mrs. Hunter, W. Hamilton BazilI ;
f Q I Hamilton. Prof. Hatt, Mrs. Delgarno I am' a candidate for re.election tc
partly sentimental affection, partly and her the office of Marshal and Tax Collector
Mrs.
mother.
'P Decker Mr.
and will appreciate the support o1
PyyaATf keen senne 'of the practical business Belnapp; and Mr.. and Mrs. J. Hunter. the voter of Klaslmmee: In the coming I

agsT value and team work. Tampa has h j Informal Tea. .. election.

PRE'Sr lot of these folk*. Its progress is due I! At the close of the contest the partywas 01'0.:; W. OVEnSTnEET.

to them. They feel cordial invited to the Hamilton, home FOR COI1NCIL.MAN.
a interest and chatted informally as they enjoyed At the solicitation of my many BKK. lOl-nSICLVKS AS OTHER sEE YOI'.,
in all their townspeople. You can the friends I have decided to become a
hospitality of Mrs. Hamiltonand councilman In the of the best ways '
candidate for ap- About the only way or at least one
depend upon their hearty support for I her daughter,, and niece. If '
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 any community, object. Every local Mrs. Livingston assisted in pouring u.ea mygtnfluence for an economicaland to do thin, I la by mean of the splendid. mirrors .aU&'h..d

I enterprise has their backing. In BO'tea'' from a dainty appointed tea table progressive .dmiinist.n. s. soon.FLOYD. to ou'r drvkiera, chiffoniers and dr..lng table.
Vote for the Bulkhead. i i and Miss Inca Carson assisted the 1 -
far as'; that, ideal prevails, the town
', Missep Hamilton in serving wafers FOR COWNCII.MAW. \ 'B ARE!) AS PARTICULAR ABOUT THE MIRRORS '
will realize its possibilities. and I hereby announce myself a* a candidate
I Come on, let's all work and vote for I cakes. for the office of Councilman for ae we are about the design, make and finish of the f
[ When this -spirit exists, it is a gen- : a full term subject to the action' of .
Irulkheading, the lakefront I uine pleasure to give preference in all I I NOTICE. the white man's primary. and promiseIf Furniture. itself, and you: will always be able to view
elected, to exert my best effort toward physiognomy to the but advantage through the
business dealings and- purchase of of KUslmmee by your
the upbuilding
The bulkheading plans I The Library at the Hart Memorial .. .
administration -
arIoco'm'1 material to that an economical progressive mirror attached'to: Furniture purt'ha..d.ber..
tnemore and more I anything comes to uilcUngwiJI be open to the public.on ,' and respectfully solicit the sUpport -
the home town. If A; suit of clothes Tuesday and Friday afternoon of pf all voter who desire to see

:sold here'is just as good for the .ameimoney each week,. from 3 to 6 I o'clock. our,cfty\ grow a'itPM>.te '? ,,__. C. H. G'J ANTHAMf: .t
The Board of Trade and the Kissim- : I Maude Alice Wagner Librarian.
always] buy it. One might]I FOR COIfSCILMAI4.! !.771. S.'.fodllrJI Star*" it i
laee. Auto Club banquet was a huge
well!) buy. it, even if it was a little in EGG SUBSTITUTES A I hereby announce myself -a candidate '
auccens. +' for re-election as city councilman.
ferior. But
1 thanks to our splendid FRAUD SAYS STATE CHEMIST will appreciate your* " 'RSOJ ,
stocked stores W. W. ,. .
that
sacrifice is not !I
Raw a farmer loading his truck '

with barrels this week, for his. 191(t necessary. It is poor community spirit 'There are on the market today FOR rOlMAN.I '
and deficient team work to buy stuff many so-called egg\ substitutes that am a candidate for the office of.
potato crop. city councilman, and solicit the support ..
out of town unless we know from investigation are sold under various .names. Their of the voters of Klailmmee. In the.ppro.chlnlf --
labels claim that the three or four primary.
Nert Saturday the food administration that it is not to be had ounces in the package will replace OAY C. LIVINOSTON.
,
ceases to exist and the questionof at home and practically at the same from two to three dozen These 1 I
eggs. I FOR ('OITril.MA*. I 1 III'III'I
profiteering will be left to the honor cost.When products are composed principally of t hereby announce myself a candidate II II II I

of the peop'e.' a town has this unified, cooperative starch with a small amount of nitro ,City for Councilman ehclloo.for and will..appreciate term as I III Il I 2
genous matter added which is usually
reciprocity spirit of team your support.
derived from skimmed milk A. S. REED.
"When the lakefront is bulkheadedyou work, you can't stop it. The compact They are often colored with powder.a coal I

just can't keep people from buying mass of people working for common tar dye, and occasionally a, small' ,, I hereby FOR announce COVNCIt.MA'myself!. acaral..* r { g y._

: lots there and building flm'IGmes" ends will beat out a greater popula- amount of baking powder is added. Jate for City Councilman of KIssIm*
In no sense substitute m..... and respectfully solicit the support -
} we heard a prominent busi- tion than one whose energies are divided are they a for
of the voters In thewhite man'serln'ary Wr
1 They all labeled 4aaere't
eggs. are to be more
this and .
mess man say : week. scattered.-Tampa Trbune.:
economica thane to take the HOWARD M. KATZ r
a :place of eggs in beking and cooking. 8 1\\ p
You can't seBrate the interests ofF I As A FOR CITY COt:NCiLMAN
COUNTRY CLUB ACTIVITIES | consequence they are sold to
the surround- | I hereby announce myself a .candl
city from those of .the those people who most desire to ...
The Kill iJ1tmee date for reelection City Councilman
ing country. The bulkheading project Country Club and ]practice economy, and who can least subject. to the "...hlt. man's" primary
would to'KIsimm i', the annex, the Log House, has' been afford to pay the exorbitant prices If elected I promise to give the office
that bring prosperity ( filled with guests to its most, capacity, 1 that result if they use of the same painstaking, care In the (fu.
e would benefit this entire the past week ,and would-be guests I these substitutes to really enough take the ture that f. have In ..tlat WSON.

ertion. have been forced to await a vacancy j place of eggs. If used in the amount

before enjoying its hospitality.Golf .,. called for on the label they could justas FOR CITY CLERK. -
I hereby announce myself a candidate "
No other improvement now being: still continues to hold the cani i well .use an equal amount of flour for re-election to the office of
considered means so much to the wel I ter of interest at the club 'and the delightful (or starch with a small .quantity. -fit city clerk subject to the action of the
t weather of "Tuesdayenticed i skimmed milk and the of white( man:." primary and hereby solicit .
fare of Kissimmee as bulkheading so many players out that the links save cost the support of the qualified voters
1 these substitutes.
They frauds )
are and the good Influence of'my other .
Jakefront. We should, therefore' concentrate presented as gay a scene as on Saturdays and are typical examples) of profiteer- numerous friends In mv hehalf
.. all our energies on this one which thus far has been the j ng, false and misleading labeling. J. R. GILBERT

project until it is accomplished. most popular. day.A These' substitutes have been condemned FOR rrrv ("OUNrIL.WI Lady DepositorsReceive
gentleman's foursome the ,
was < in many instances as fraudulent hereby announce mys.lf a candidate -
'' feature of Tuesday and the Rev Can- ]by the U.; S. Department of for councilman for full term ofKlBslmmee
: Agricul-
Speak up and''apreasl yourself, ->n Bryan, rector of the St.Johns subject to the actions of

,i' lb*youjwant Kissimmee :"f jo.n"a eep, Episcopal church, 'was seen' making\and ture,by also numerous by the Canadian States, particularly authorities, economy the "white and man's"prosress primary I am for'I I Especially Courteous Attention at this Bank. .

pt'1"ei'ullill' while> otherytowns are the rounds though too deeply absorb. 1 GEORGE W. FOX.
I Pennsylvania and Kansas.
have
They
e doubling 1 in fslzeTandj prosper ityMcr) ed'to;' give,,any I iattenUonto, ,opponent j been exposed and driven from'many FOH.iiOUNtlLMA'V VI We are always pleased to have an opportunity? to explainour:I <, .

[ | like]toTaeelhierJ gobandwagon on the ors'caddY-1/': "hjlo.i; 'w",I...., "_';;;"\1'" ",'".,,1e; .i, States and have now infested Florida hereby announce myself a aandl i, ": banking methods and give you the. benefit of our; experience. ,;'anc'knowledge I tt' .I
i_The r4'gular! clock golf tournament date for the term city '.' ,
A and other Southern States. Instructions one year a. ) \ ""\ 1;(, t ; . and playa lead horn sill; be of held Saturday when Mr.[ Del. ,1 have been jriven'to all Food Inspectors - .make councilman.every and effort promise to bulkhead If elected the to financial/ mattera.1'd', \ \ :,iI; /) !, ? '. ., ,
trarno Minneapolis will offer a''i
to attach at wherever lake front .
Y; The city council has put the bulk- prize for the lowest score. i found and place in the once custody of the I W. H. ARNOLD. Consult us freely concerning business or'investment

heading of the lakefront squarely up Mra. Cobb of Minneapolis., minn., Sheriffs as provided by law fer the It will cost yon nothing and your dealings will be held

to the of Kissimmee the guest of Mrs.. Delgarno arrived i seizure of all "palpably adultrated
property owners at the club house this week tot an visibly misbranded" foods ori I Classified AdvertisementsFOR strictest_ confidence.STATE .
and every man interested in the ndcfinite stay drags
feeds j and fertilizers. R. r I
E.
growth and development of the town Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, of Lafayette State! Chemist. Rose.
\ SALE colonies Bees In patenthives I
should get busy and stay on the job Ind., motored to Sebring this, Located Rlackweir Ranch BANK OF
till the votes counted the night week on a sight-seeing tour, return near Rt Cloud 0. L.. Sawyer, O.n.
are on
ing Tuesday for the county' club riel, Tampa, Fla a-!t. pd '

<-f March 15th. here they are domiciled.So FOR fiI.AJ.E-RF-AL ESTATE-40 to 80

Much Water Couldn't Find Lake.) ATTEND THEBOARD acres high pine land In Orange county
IB it the clean town, the active Last week a mystery shrouded ths 8 miles southwest of Orlando on
:
A. C. 1 R. R. near Zante Station KISSIMMEE .
churches, the efficient public schools, the country club and its congenial and Winter+ Home I>. O. Ten mile

the fine golf course and attractive party of guests and up to date as"far N. W-of?_ KIWfelmmee. Splendid 'citrus
as we have been informed the expla- OF land. About fSOO.00 worth of timber
country club the good stores the Will consider trade for city or
ation has not been reached. Rumor TRADEMEETING Northern property. Address .L. C. RESOURCES $7S ,OOO.OO 'Capital $100,000.00
friendly people, or the general. pros- has it that a party was organised for VAOER, GreenaburgIndiana.. 8-St.

perity and bright future'that is attracting a fishing trip down Lake. Tohopekaliga t
WANTED-Good competent man to
an unusual number of winter leaving Thursday, and expecting permanently take care of orange Officers aDd Directors .
visitors here this ? to.be gone a week at least. Its per- TO-NIGHT. KrOve. Must be thoroughly familiar:
; season sonnel included') Prof. Hatt, Dr. Con- e with care of Krove. Answer givingexperience C A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P.

f, There is hardly in which nell and Mr. Carpenter; all expert drove: wages care Klsilmmee required to Valley Orange J. D. JEFFORDS,' CashierN.
any way nimrods, who have won considerable Oaiette. JI.
si person can do so much for his own fame by their' powess along this .line B. CARSON, M. KATZ,

locality with so.little cost and at the as well as other professions. ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOR FOR* RENT land OR under SALE food-10 state acres of of culti potato C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING '

same time with so much benefit to The preparations for the trip were MAYOR. vation. FOR SALE--l-room buntrn. N. .C. BRYAN.
extensive. It is said a large motor I hereby announce myself a candi low; -room bungalow; 5-room bungalow E. L. LESLEY.
himself and family, as by 'giving a truck was required to transport their dale for re-election to the nines of at rock botton price J. A. J.. WADE TUCKER, Directors.
Mayor of Klsalmmee, subject to the Barclay 100 Bryan St. 7-tf.
hearty support to his local A
paper. culinary outfit and other paraphana. ,action of the "Whit Man'." primary
newspaper with evidence of substantial Ha to the city dock where the boat J. S. CADEL. FOR SALE-Elrhty acres: 11 acres
I in they had chartered cleared and under fence 1 acres In .
support its pages speaks volumes was moored. In FOR MAYOR grove: 11.000 worth
for fact the Log House was requistioned At the solicitation of b..arln.oranf. --- - --- --, _
a town. The fact that manyfriends -J
every for beds to the extent it was said that I have decided to become a candidate room house ta erk.fb..ac11.: SO 00 UO 0 OOOHOOHO .0.0 OOO 0 H 0 000.0 0.00 U 0 ttO O Ott O
trade seeker has an advertisement in Mr. Dalgarno of i for Mnyorof Klaalmmee. I will "p- head of catile and a good bunch ofATTENTION
Minneapolis, was
a I' its columns proves that the people obliged to put up with the cold !

are up with the times and favorably fort of a "pallet' in pl eof, his usual) "fr "fl>4"0"0"0 New Meat Market I

impresses the stranger ,into whose comfortable accommodations, but

hands it chances to fall. The paper these borne in privations the anticipation were of cheerfully the luscious ATTENTION I have opened a New Meat Market in the Miller-Stanford Building.

a well filled with home advertisementsand bass and juicy trout which- No. 18 Stewart Ave. Will handle :

local news in a mirror in which would surely, be forthcoming

is reflected the activities of a live on the return of the fishermen and : Fresh Florida and Western Meats I
the entire party at the club and annex
'Ommunity.-Polk County Record DR. 1 E.: M. DOWLING
witnessed the departure of the anglers I Poultry, Egg, Milk Bread and Fresh Vegetables. Full Weight.
I Thursday f
V Says John Wanamaker "If there morning, feeling thata PHONE 145.
: week might seem like an age. Imagine Graduate VeterinarianTreats PRICES REASONABLE f
hone business on earth that a 'quit their surprise late that evening \\

- ter' should severely leave alone, it Is when the distinguished fishermen reappeared E. 'A. MILTON t
at the
advertising. To make a success of club.

f advertising, one must be to When queried as to their early return Diseases
prepared and the fish they had cMgtit! Scientifically of all .Domestic Animals 0 H H oUOUUOOUOOHUtUto 00000.00 oouu UtI

tick to it like a barnacle on a boat's they acknowledged landing a few minnows Visits Made to Kissimmee at .Reasonable Rates I -

bottom. He should know before he (with a net) but no explanation OOOOO O OOOOOOOOOOOOtttooOOOOOtotOtootoooOOOOYOU *C

J begins it that he must spend money- of the cause of their return was forth-

, considerable of it.. Somebody should coming. Each in turn referred the ARE INTERESTED, AND YOU 1

tell him also that question to the other. One of the gentlemen Calls left Central 'Store
he cannot hope to however may be at Drug
intimated that the
, :reap results commensurate with his party found so much' water it was or Phone Orlando THE WATERMAN-WATERBURY CO. _

expenditures\ early in Advertising difficult to locate the
thel'IIme. lake. In fact Now
'
/, doesnt jerk; it pulls.: It begins the water had come tip>> over the land I defy competition in price, coupled with the well-known merit of '. .

very gently at first, but the pull end the fish were, found out grazing, the Waterbury Chemical' In Door Closet. which they now octet* YOUat
A* the tvarty was not provided witha $10.00. F. O. B. Factory.
if steady It increases day by day gun their "up to the last minute Will be in Kissimmee every Wednesday afternoon Can '

'II and ;year by' year, untU it. exerts an fishing tackle" was of no avail. However you possibly afford to be without one) NO. Then communicate |

Irresiatabb jpower. It.. likened to a this) is only a.rumor and baa not 3. with their agent. l .

team'polling a heavy' load. A 'thoii- been. corroborated. H. EDMUND
SWABEY i !
:, hand.'pesraodM,' ;Jerky, pulls ,will-nottha ,' afternoon Phone '389 Orlando_ Melrose House Kissimmee, ,Flo. *
j -Saturday -was unusually K. : I BOX 625 ,
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.' THE WSSIMMEE, VALLET GAZETTE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1919 FIVE ,

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li Board of Trade tonight. (I|I H. E. Swabey brought a mamouth I The Bible studies started' by C. 'E_ i
I I INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I Casino Theatre Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons spent.,radish to' this office this week as a Putman of the Moody Institute, Chi
I Tuesday evening at the Orlando fain practical demonstration of what can will be continued Friday ''even

,\ ...f. .... . . . .-. . . .... 80e Bleaching now at 25c F. H. Week of february, 17 Wanted-To rent an invalid chair;:be done in measured the back yard 'garden. Thisspecimen I"C.'O' 21, ab 7 p, m. at the conducted home of ".'
I eighteen. inches-in Pfann. The class is
4 Address Nelson Realty Co. ; ,
Lawson. Matinee 3:30. Night 7:16-8:30: 91tpd.Born length and weighed four pound. Mr. MeDuffle .Orlando, a returned .
i tr.. Weather Report \ Attend the meeting of the Board of --- to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Han-1 1 Swabey i is authority ,for the state missionary from Africa.! A
: Trade tonight MONDAYFourth gins. on Friday Feb. 7th, a eon I ment that he had twelve vegetable cordial welcome is extended to everybody .

Silk, Soft Collars; beauties; 35c., Episode Pearl White In Every man interested in"the growthand growing in/ this 'garden at Christmastime. I who is 'interested' in studyingthe
development of Kistimmce should .
i F. H. Lawson. "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER"leventh Bible
attend the Board of Trade ---- --- -
t Following are dally tempera. Mrs. E. Sanborn has returned from Episode Win. Duncan in meeting/ "
tonight.
fuss and precipitations as reported St. Cloud where she went last week "FIGHT FOR MILLIONS.
r by Government station Sunshine Comedy-"Wild Women and J. E. Lovorn, of the OkeechobeeCall
business.
! at Kfosiminee fo- the week, end. Tame Lions." was a visitor in Kissimmee last We ;
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Sir I ing Thursday' Feb. 13, 19191), Hatching strain Eggs of white For leghorns SaleGenuineFerris ; $1.75 TUESDAY- Saturday call.and made the Gazette a fraternal Are Still On the Job

MM. Min. Rain setting. A. C. Thomas. 9 tf,
per Metro present May Allison in Miss Bertha Dixon left for her
Thursday ..... 65 50 Miss Maurice Crews of Kissimmee "THE TESTING, OF MILDRED home in Jonesboro Ga., Tuesday, af- 1
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Friday hu__.. 71 47 Is spending the week with her mother, VANE." ter a pleasant visit with her cousin, WITH : I

, Saturday ._-*._ '74. 45 Mrs. L- A. Mercer..-Zolfo Springs Gaumont Weekly. Miss' Elon Guice.A ,

,10\1\: ry Sunday .:'",,-:-_.:. 69 37 Truth.. H. N. Bratton, who has been employed WEDNESDAYVJtagrar.h cablegram of Miss announces Anne B. Carson the safearrival at QUICK' SALES AND SMALL PROFITS

: Monday63_ 33 at Jacksonville, has given'up presents lMorey" In Liverpool. A* is well known, Miss .16 Ounces to the Pound; 100 Cents 'on the Dollar.: If You Are
Tuesday ._. 72 41 HOARDED ASSETS
a; j ? his work there and returned\ home Carson has been active in
... Wednesday. ____ -72 56' Saturday. \1\\ Mutt and Jeff in work ,through the very Red Cross, Y.war W. from Missouri Come and See and Be Convinced.

..t..ooooo..O..O... Full Mlddie Suits in Khaki Color, "THE DRAFT BOARD. C. A. and other agencies. She has

'11:, $6.60 each. F. H. Lawson I THURSDAY recently sailed for France in connection FLOUR. Oat Meal, 3 lbs -__..._..-.. .25

-' For Sale-Four mules,W.J. Miller. Mrs Emmett Brown and small son,: William Fox presents Virginia Pear. with Y. M. C. A. -work. She Gold :Medal, 24-lb sack...... 1.70 Graham Flour, 3 Tt>s ...... .25

46-tf returned from Jacksonville where : son in "THE LOVE AUCTION." landed at Liverpool,' expects to go Pillsbury, 24-tb .sack.------ 1.70 Peaches, Heavy Syrup 'u.... .24 t
ft"f" they, have been ,visiting her alater,for thence to Paris where she will be assigned "
No iris Harris is spending a week the past month.S. I Harold Loyd Comedy to her duties., Self-Rising., 2<-lt> sack...?? 1.7Q Apricots, heavy syrup -_.__,. .32

: or two with friends in Kissimmee. "LOVES: YOUNG DREAM. Plums .................. '.19
/- Fine' "' R. Chapman and L.",B. Goldsmith Black Eye Peas: lb.......... .10 Egg
, 4:, Lawson.grade, Outing at 20c. :F.,, H.. acompanied Mr. Leach of Orlando on FRIDAY "HEARTS OF THE WORLD" Navy Beans, 2 Ibs ,.../.... .25 All Pancake Flour, lb ......... .15

: + :::. E. L. Lesley and family were' a motor trip to St. Lucie last week, R. A..Walsh presents an all star east "Hearts of the World," which will Lima Beans 2 Ibs ......_. .35 Corn Flakes 2 for _....... .25
t.4'; ,. the fair visitors Orlando returning home Monday in "EVERY MOTHERS SON" based be"seen at the Graystone Casino Sat: Irish Potatoes Ibs lo Post/ Toastlee, 2 for. ........ .25
among at peck .60 p
urday Matinee
"" Albert Bearden, who has been in on a story that lives in heart. and night was filmed
every Shreaded Wheat _....._ .14
Tuesday. under Good White Bacon ........ pkg.;
' '., the aviation service, was mustered Keystone Comedy-Chester Conklinin extraordinary circumstances.By .28 t
Sf.t . O. N. T. Cotton, different colors. F.', out of military service this week at "HIS FIRST FALSE STEP." the favor and co-operation of the Best Bacon ..._..._....... ..38' Matches, package .......... .05
H. Lawson. British War "Picnic. Ham lb ............
.32
4'x' Arcadia, and came home. Foreign and Offices, David Breakfast Bacon, 55e and .60 ,

'.\;;.'. Mrs. J. J. McCranie and children Alfred Ivey returned this! week SATURDAY W. Griffith was permitted to take "40-50 Prunes, tb. .. .,..-, .2r.No.,. '10 Snowdrift ._.!.?.*...? C.45
: motored to Orlando Tuesday for an from Key West where he was stationed Triangle presents Belle Bennett in many of the scenes of this love dramain 'lb'? ? No. '4 Snowdrift .. .. .... 1.25
the Arbuckle Coffee ........ .28 ---
..::"' afternoon and evening at the fair. with the naval reserves.' lie was "RECKONING DAY. front line trenches, where his ,
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.,: Fine line white, fresh water' Pearl released from active service. Pearl White in 5th Episode properties were French and British '"White House, Coffee, lb .... .40 Compound a

i.,. Buttons, large and small sizes. F. IL New White Skirts just received; "THE, LIGHTNING RAIDERS." cannon actually hurling shell into the Maxwell House Coffee, lb .. .40 FEED. .

.7., Lawson. $2.50. $500 and $6.00 each; White Sunshine Comedy German the actors lines.w.1t The the music shriek that inspired No. 1 Tomatoes, can ?__...-__ .10, Com, per sack ............. 3.00
of
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harden-and baby Middle Blouse at $2.50 each. F. H.. "DAMAGED NO GOODS." on a mission of death. The shrapnel villains No. 2 Tomatoes( __..__-____. .15 Shorts, per sack -.._.....(_. 3.40
to arrive from Waldo Lawson.
'" this are week expected for a ten day visit with Mr. Coming> Friday, next week, Charley of the piece were not supers arrayed Pork &: Beans, cane 16,174.: .19 Velvet Scab Meal __..-.____ 2.75
and Mrs. Una
JtP Mr. and Mrs. J. J. MeCranie. their guests their niece Harvey and have for Chaplin in "SHOULDER ARMS in, rented' costumes, they were'[ Kerosene Oil, gallon _eo __._. .15 Cotton Seed Meal _.,_....... '2.90'- '

.0,, Misses Helen Bass, Maggie Mae'ldcCrannie Nita, are herd :from; their Missouri nephew, =- - - _H' __ death real German in their soldiers hearts and with the the sound fear of of No.' 2 Peas .............____._ .18 Hulls, Cotton Seed _:...,..- 1J0' '

' '\ ; Lois Overstreet and Melli-I home 'to recuperate from the,flu. Fine 'line. ladies Silk Hose, different death in their ears. But all this real' No; 2 Corn --________--____ ..20'Oats.., 100 !tbs -,..__._...... 3,25Best

y-. firs. C. H. Summers and I Harry and Mrs. Piano and baby shades. F. H. Lawson' frighfulnesi but serves as a natural Butter, lt -_?_____n_. .65 .Hay, Crab Grass -__.._....'. 1.75 ';
," Overstreet, were a pleasant party''motored' to Orlando; Tuesday for a P. K. Weaver, who has recently background for the unfolding of"a S
'. pending Tuesday evening at the Orlando i Jay at the fair. They were accompanied been honorably discharged from the gripping human drama and the development '
',1' fair. i iI by Mr. and Mrs. li. C. Stan U. S. Navy:, where he was Yeo. I. C., of the "sweetest love story GROCERY"Phone
:;. Mrs. A. W. Johnston, "Ilaidanac," ford. 'expects to leave Monday for Jacksonville ever told." In "Hearts of the World"the CUT PRICE CASH ,

North Kissimmee, left Tuesday for Messrs. Walter Bass?Frank Bryan, to accept a position as paymaster great interest story, rather thana
;; Palatka, to join her husband, en route Roscoe Roberson., Buel Chenov.ethtnd with the Merrill-Stevens Ship pretentious scenic spectacle comes 141 422 Broadway
from Toronto, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wells, motored to Orlando building Corporation. Mrs. Weaver Into its place again. A special musical ,
7 Johnston took the Ocklawaha River Tuesday night to attend the Five will join him there about the first of score will be interpreted by the large J QUICK SALES AND SMALL'PROFITS
.. trip to Silver Springs and returned County: Fair. April. orchestra carried be the company.
: ' to Kissimmee Friday night. I _____ _______ _un_
Judge and Mrs. ,A. W. Sargent, who -
a R. P. Hansen has been shippingsome have been the guests of their daughter s
: fine celery from his farm on' Miss. Marian Sargent for sometime
! Cypress Island the past week, for returned to their home in .Avon a
which he is receiving top market Park this week. FiWAYSTONE
x, prices. Mr. Hansen is one >of our I Mrs Susanna Carpenter Mrs. AI. CASINO I FEBRUARYSATURDAY
most successful farmers, being a
:...' strong! believer in the diversificationof fred LePoidevin and :Mrs. W. C, Williams 15
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from Y.
N.
crops, and when the market demands Flushing ,' are *
guests of fro and Mrs. Newhouse,
at
some particular vegetable
a fancy price, he is usually there I IJ 411 Verona street. < MATINEE AT 2:00 NIGHT AT 8:15 *t
with the: goods. \ Mrs C. H. Burrows spent Wednes- ;
,,,,' i day in St. Cloud, where aha had the 4
; .. treasure of being a dinner guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Smith, celebrating AN OPPORTUNITY YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS

: their golden wedding anniversary

:: I The Bible study class will meet Fri. ,
T lor'staBigDeal day evening at 7 o' clock. Mrs. Mc- WHAT THE 'TAMPA TIMES
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a y j I Duffle ,of Orlando, will conduct the SAYS:
I'fIeetln!!. Every one who interest
ed in this\'study isicordialy: invited S -
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{ 'o be' present. / "Jlru\ fl tk yerle .Br .
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Major Eugene Bryan came holt r
Tuesday 'night from Camp Travis. Throughout the thrilling par.tr .
Texas, where he was connected with >'Bl of the love-fltory, 'Heart
of the "'orld." at the Tampa liar
the intelligence office.
Major Bryan Casino last night applause ..... .
haa been honorably) discharged from rendered More' than the baud
.military service. Interest wee shown In the.,..n.... 1'
The Mid-Wintre Fair at OrIn ado A iGRIFPi, the which I battleHeldi carried the of Europe apectator, where to
lion this week and a(large numberof an American youth and an American '
Kissimmee people are in atten girl' were the central nVur .
: ..a. ;"Hearts of the "'orld."
dance. "The ,I to its
fairvisifully" up r which was 18 montha In the
usual fine standard end"is proving a making U not In any cense a >;
bior> advertisement of the resources ,war play.,hut a love Story of the
''of that 'rs great war. with the conflict 1
county serving .. the grim background.
Miss Mattie Belle Harris, who is Fermlailon of the Hrltlah and'
teaching in the Winter Haven 4E French governments were aecur.ed .
public .
TllJ and their aaalatance
Saturday Specials schools, accompanied by Miss Donna \t.,;. In the taking. of ...ene.accorded. Only
Harbaugh, of that city, came home ? those. who saw the play last
last Friday to spend the week-end night can realize' how clone to
death Slim ,
actor ventured ionether
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with her parents. They returned with IJ W Orlfflth direc
6 lb. sz. Plain White f flour, 35c Sunday afternoon. tor who 'with Lillian and lor-
Mrs. William S. Potter and her'siater othy Olah and her mother Robert
Harron and George A, Bleir- i
12" 69c Mrs. Arthur, accompanied by Mr. mann, were under actual
and Mrs. Richard Carpenter, of La- bardment three times, and boOn J
"- fayette, Ind., who are spending the for n four hour period Uoth
i i.J14 fancy Iris Potatoes 49c atpel helmet. and gas maaka were
season at the country club, werea 'Included In the equipment of the
pleasant party motoring to Daytona r. ,1tir'? sod. his' camera, man,
Best Creamery Butter, 58c Monday on a sight-seeing trip. again"lillly"And rilt.er.usaln.waR under are

I Mrs. Minnie-Moore Willson, Mrs M. The picture opens In a small
Cream Cheese, .. 40c Katz Mrs?E. D. Katz, Mrs. Wm. Del- llfa French from vlllajte America, where two farnl.
I garno, Minneapolis, and her mother, The war sweeps over are Frs llvlnv.nt'..
Tall Pink. Salmon 20c Mrs. Decker was a pleasant party and they are quickly caught UP
i motoring to Maitland Monday to attend Into the many development of
the annual meeting tendered to the treat truimle. it I.l a great

Argo Salmon, 30c the Navy League by the community, A .picture.dl)" r..nmm.nd..1, one which to was many undoubt.others .
which was held in the handsome residence by those who were present
Foster Dry Chipped Beef 15c of Commadore Wm. Johnston, last nl..hl.-o. n. \V.
,
on Maitland Lake. Mrs. Willson was
an honor /guest at this event..
Corned Beef flash lOcHudnut's : t
Miss Katherine Ball, o( Sanford,
was the guest of Miss Inez Carsonfor SEEOne
Meal and Grits 5c
the week-end. While here Miss
Ball represented Seminole county in

the conference county chairman of S Million Men
the Investment fighting
; Blue Triangle cam- ,
15 J paign, which is being waged to pro
February vide funds for peace work of the Y. Horses Miles
W. C. A. Mr. and Mrs J. G. Ball 20,000 ofRoaring
motored over from Sanford for their
FREE DEMONSTRATIONGreat daughter Sunday afternoon.

." Miss Frances L. West industrial F Artillery and

secretary for the South Atlantic
Field, Y. W. C A., who has been assigned
oof't. Radium Spring Waterall to( work in Florida for the I Trench fighting, Squadrons
present campaign for the Blue Triangle -
Day SaturdayWe Investment Fund, as state direc-

tor, visited Kissimmee Saturday in of Airplanes; fleets of
the interest of the work and conferred
will offer many very with Miss Inez Carson, the district /
chairman and her co-workers. She r Zeppelins; Destruction of

attractive bargains and left Sunday to continue her tour of .

Florida but will return here and speakat Cities Gas and flame Pro-
make. several changes the Blue Triangle Tea, which will ;
be given this afternoon.

during the day. Capt. B. E. Haley, who was recently THRILLS 144 i.pp A jectors; Charge of the
transferred by the A. C. L. Ry. Co.

Come and Get Yours to Rocky Mount, N. C., where he holds AND] HEART '
a responsible position as Roadmaster, Tanks.
has been spending the past week here LAUGHS' tI'' PLAY
mingling with old friends and getting I >
his household.goods packed and ready

for.and shipment.little daughter: Capt.Hazel and left Mrs.yester-Haley The S.a -ee test Love: S tc:>>x _r :Ever Told: s

5T Taylor's day for their new home to the regretof TAKEN ON THE SAME SPOT WHERE YOUR BOY,FOUGHT
: their many friends in Kissimmee. '
Captain Haley stated to a Gazette SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF TWELVE e
: before that be
; : representative believed there was a leaving great future in / PRICES Matinee 50c, 75c, $i.OO, -, Plus War Tax Night 75c, $1.00, $1.50. .

store for this city, and that he hopedto ,Children Under, 12.Year, .*of. Age,SOc;pliu.War"Tax SEATS NOW ON SALE AT'CENTRAL DRUG STORE
be in a position some day to return '- '
40f JOOADWAY .GROCERY and:,make his. permanent home yore.
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KIDNEYS WEAKENING? ;
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I (iRaise the best calves only as it does ,
not pay to raise the heifer from the LOOK l S
,,.1.1III least productive and poorest type I { OUT I j e I

t '111 cows if the owner desires to increase: Kidney troulO don't disappear of The houeewlfe of Holland would al. ,I'J|
the yield of milk and butter fat and to themselves', They Brow "lowly but moat M. .tion' be without food M with. ...
r etandily undermining health with
Improve the individuality of the cows deadly certainly until you' all a vloI out her "Real Dutch Dropas char
(Lin the herd. Although much improvement I lira to Incurutilo d/.ease. quaJntly rails GOLD MEDAL: Haarlem .
can be effected through tile use atop your trouble while there I. 11m a. Oil Capaulva. They reatore strength \

III I I I of sires especially selected from hign-: Don't aches.waJt Kon't until trtflo little with pains II..becomesb........ To and for are the ponalble sturdy, robust In a f..rhmt: the* +i
III producing stock, the increased cost ol vold- future nuffMlng 1 Leftln treatment Hollander. p
ll ul ,'all itmes which Center into milk production j I .wit I. (](IIJU 1111.IIA I. Il"'. lem Oil Cnpulea -
: now Take. thrro or four every; Do not'delay. On to your druggist and 7
'ure.
Iii. chief among which fCetJ.I day until you are entirely' free from Insist on Ma supplying. yon with (X'i' .O "
11 and labor, has materially] raised tht pain. J\l1.ItAL lluailem Oil Capnulua. Takeiliom '1
11'' minimum limits of milk production Tliln well-known preparation. has \...*.njn u. Oliat-iwl.. and I If )'ou'are not .:i
I .. of the national rc-mediofl of ]1ol*> "II/hd nllli results your druggist will 'T
t II II i I at which the cost of production wI'met. : land for ctnttirlrn! In tflKIJ 1'io |rff\'erNr rln be With normal feed prlcec meat of the therlaricla' Krunted. & the. nnnic J.uE'r on the box '
scows I producing from four to fly I ''l pplHl charter ..lIthOI""lnar lt" i/renara. and tI'I.t| no other In aaaled. I>oae., '
:Ion and bale,
I thousand pounds of milt annually J sww.rwawewa. aawrn. ..lo.".:"three"\____alti-H..._._._.._._...n..._.._._...._._..._..._.._.._..._.._...._ :IJJ' '
probably made a slight profit for the i I" ?
o-upers, but at present it i Is likely __ n-. I
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per cow pet year is needed to off set *" SEEJ: : :: :>> ..
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ru :the greatest expense of production\ i I
This means that cows of greater capacity I carry. all the leadipg varieties; of seed which have been tested and known 9

I I and efficiency ore in imperativeneed to be best adapted to our soil and climate.,, "
.. : I if an adequate supply of drirv I '
I :I\\1'\,11\'\ \ products ,is', to be maintained. Such NEW CROP SEED, CORN j SORGHUM : MILLET : RAPE : EGYP.1..

tt i I : cows must .be raised as there is at'' ClAN WHEAT : TEXAS SEED CORN and RIBBON CANE: ONION j
I insufficient number Of
1 \ present an SETS : ENGLISH PEAS : BEANS, etc., etc. '
high producing To do this, selection
I dL must be cows rigidly; practiced. SEED POTATOES all varieties. POULTRY and BEE SUPPLIES '1

I uIUlIIII! . I In order to select the most desirable We ask that you call on us for any information desired in our line. This '

cnU'ds. it is-essential that production is Natures Supply Store. .
I1l1l\1mlllll I I !IIIIIIUIiTALK records be kept for each cow in the
11 d "1111 \ II j I herd. Thes$ records should include OUR NEW SPRING SEED and SUPPLY CATALOGUE IS READY. Write

Ih about smokes Prince Albert the amount of milk and butter fat for your! copy today.

iIIh1. standard produced and the amount and cost
to a joyhandout of feed consumed during the calender

/| that just lavishes sniokehappiness on year. Fairly accurate records may be

' every man game enough to make a bee line for a obtained by weighing the feed and
milk during one day of each month I
ii III 1 tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe-old:> or new I I and by testing a sample of milk from
l that butterfat
oth milkinga of day for
1 I( Get it straight that what you've hankered for in It is well to make these determinations rr

pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty more often if possible but
P. A. has the j the records mentioned are a satisfactory T u IN s
in P. A. That's because quality guide in selecting the most profitable OLDEST 1

You can't any.more'make Prince' Albert bite your I I As to cows the in care the, herd.of the calves at WRITE tea cATAtoa ac'' ESTABLISHED SEE 'rivuratRn,

{ , t i tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse birth it is important that the calf WEEKLY PRICE UST HOUSE IN FLORIDAGoat

drink when he's off the water I Bite and parch are cut secure some of the first milk or col 'l
ostrum which is very beneficial in (t a fj
.: out by our exclusive patented proceSs I promoting the proper action of the
digestion tract. Tw< You just lay back like a regular felfow and puff to beat ,four hours are usually a sufficientlength .

.. the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail; a i( of ,time for ,,0 calf to remain - "/
than care with its dam. Strong, vigorous calves t 04d }+'?343G449 3.tiC 4+}06ti '
,
j Iq section in the P; A. smokepasture longer you ''''frequently secure so' much milk .. t H> ",

1 to remember} back 1 I through nursing during the first day. 'l .
,especially when their dams heavy t
are
Albert tobacco i. fold. Toppy red bags.
Buy Print everywhere "
that results. Foii '
tidy red tins, handtomu pound. and Half pound tin humidor and milkers scouring
humidor with i,this reason it is often necessary to ManureWe
that clever, practical pound crystal giant sponge
moitttnct top that A.rpa uhf tobacco in *ach ".,/eet condition. separate such calves from their dams i
'I when they" are about twelve hours old

C..r": enasbr R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.. Winiton-Salem, N. C. lor as soon as they have received one :.
ad. Wra.w.T.b..ace.Y 'good fill of the; first milk. It is much .
easier to teach calves to drink if sep- : have just taken in a cargo -of Venezuelan Goat Manure <

arated from their dams at an early
age than when they are allowed to i which

nurse for several 'days.' : . .
I Most calves cannot be rapidly
taught 1)o) drink until they become : Ammonia'
If any other section quite hungry The easiest method'to .'1 ?
follow is tp offer no milk"\ to the calf .
until it has remained separate from i Potash" ...
1 H had Florida palms; and pines the dam for twelve hours, then a small ,

quantity of the mother's milk at as ;
Goal )Manure will put "life" !into Fla."j
\ND even a small portion of the other beautiful No other part of the country,can have attract nearly bodv temperature as possible ;
may be offered. It is usually neces- II
trees, shrubs and plant, native to tive home grounds of distinctive character with sary to encourage the calf to drink of disease or weed seeds.

r1.. this State, can you imagine any of their native material at as small cost as may Florida.: 'a fid to use a considerable amount of
1 people living in homes lacking the shade and Every home in the State should bear testimony (j I patience the calf Marled! and\ perseverance.drinking, the attendant To get 1

comfort these maybe made to afford ? to this fact in its plantings. ,may moisten his fingers with milk Wilson & Toomer J

.and allow the calf to such them. The Manufacturers Ideal
| hand may then be slowly lowered into 'I
Palm :the milk until the calf's nose touches Jacksonville, .
I I Royal Nurseries complete. I the milk. After a few minutes the

r in extent and variety of stock fingers mav be removed from the ,
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j calf's mouth. It is not a good plan
to force the calf's' headinto .the pail -<+H_+:-:- C. 0, Hto 0 0 0 oo ttOu; 0 0 0 O+')OUtO+:'",, '
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They e9.r tb.largest anorlment of 'eml tr/ipicel d : dI ,,wR.Jal I and to hold l it there asthecalfmaychoke. : ? .

\ aDd tropical trers,.bru .'ad planll tobefound!in" j Palm"e+t.log:\tbe Beautiful With al'littlelpatlencejon3thepart >' '" ''l
a the ruarn half of!b..JltI! d Sutei everything I BOok Write for free of the feeder, mony)calves\ arn Iy n warm weather, and are. oftet ,: .
: the digestive,, troubles.'
cause
howlliulepmoney' to drink Young
backed by y.ur..of.tucetnful "cxpcrirncc All!I.j Je.mlor, can J. -weiratttheffirstPor'second' calves are quite susceptible to diges NEW
feeding.
I and planting is Improve home ground. ,
tbis.zperieneeioproduction your tive disturbances when unclean
Whole milk] is the natural feed for a. 1WLE
young calves and contains all the elements poor qualiay of feeds are given' them.
'' necessary for their maintenance Skim milk is the most satisfying
REASONER BROTHERS t ROYAL PALM NURSERIES and growth. In successful calf supplement to the ,whole milk for calf

_' ONECO FLORIDA raising it is absolutely necessary to feeding. When a liberal, amount of HOTEL
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feed whole milk until such time as th'ralf fresh separator skim milk is availablecalf
is able to obtain its nourishmentfrom raising is a comparatively simple JACICS'ONVIUf-
other feeds. This that matter. The milk may be fed warm
means from the separator which entails 'EurcpeuvPkn-Gonplete! .Modem'Screened
- - - -- -- whole milk must be fed for at least very
: AGRICULTURAL MEETINGS. I three weeks, as at that age calves Will little labor in feding. While calves outride\/ roons-Sre&nv Unfed.')..Bupftft!' in
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E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY eat small quantities of hay and grain fed skim milk do not become 'as fat coat ction.Convonieet totvetythir 'liPartof "
There will be two agriculturalmeeting's as those raised on whole milk they
It is generally best to give the calf milk
Jacksonville, Florida in Osceola the .. CitySeivd for Bookle ,. cMINelIlLSlllTllPNDP'Q :.I
w county on from its own dam for the first threeor make a vigorous, sturdy growth' of ., .
... .Fertilizers Insecticides, Sprayers, Poultry Suppliesfor 25th and 26th< of this month, held at four days. After that time the I body and frame. Skim milk may be -
Alligator Lake and the Enst Lake substituted for the whole
mixed herd milk may be fed. The .gradually . .. .
thirty yurt we have brtn manufacturing frnilizeri in ihil Sl.le-'rw have Mlitfed cui> Settlement picnic grounds respec- amount of milk fed should in most 'milk as soon as the calf is able to get .'. ,
comers in every county in Florida. tively. I cases, be in proportion to the weightof some of its own. nourishment from

iqrh. For LB give practical aid to the farmers andit day to each ten live weight milk to be fed may be determined in 1-
- -- ---- - -- -- is hoped that speakers will be hero lof pounds the same for the
the calf sufficient for calves of manner as suggested
.. ... from Gainesville and Tallahassee. I IDon't I the, Jersey andGuernsey breeds while whole milk and hay mav be fed to FROM LUMBAGO :
advantage until calves six monthsof ;
the Ayrshire and Holstein calves one I are "\ .
= You Forget It. pound of milk to each eight pounds of age and some times even up to one .
,. \ Bear in mind that Chamberlain's live weight may'befed1. When the calf I. !year of age. There are on the market Sloan's Liniment has fhtt .
J I Tablets not only move the bowels but fed three times a day somewhat more a number of preparations which are
t improve the appetite and strengthenthe milk than this may be given but care termed milk'"substitutes." These are punch that relieves ,"
digestion. They contain no pep- must be taken not to over feed. The usually made up in the form of meals 'rheumatic twln&es / '.
': Experience, sin or other digestive ferment but milk should be,weighed for each feed- which are to be mixed with hot water :
strengthen the stomach and enableit ing if the best -and most economical and then 'diluted with milk or water \-if"
: to perform its functions naturally. results are obtained: It is worse than before feeding. Such feeds unques- This warmt b--..;.vingcongestion "
has tionably have considerable value Scattering\ circulation-cumulating- "l'
i taught useless to feed more whole milk than as
HINTS TO POULTRY RAISERSThe the calf can digest both on accountof substitutes for grain, but as a rule the edy penetrate* vitMeut rubbing right to <,,'
they cannot be fed successfully to aching spot and brings quick relief
thousandsthat the value of the milk and on account "k
following very timely sugges- of the probability of causing young calves to take the place of surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for
tions are made to the poultry external pains, sprains, strains ,
growersof and The milk. Therefore 'they should not be stiff.
indigestion
scours temper-
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4 this section: I ature should be uniform at all feed fed until the calf is old enough to eat Bess, headache lumbago bruises.
\ I The best months for hatching are ings. The best temperature is that grain, which will be at the age of Get your bottle today=costs little,*
January February and March. I means much.
about three weeks. Ask your for it
it is drawn from the
of milk
I Iu 1. Hatch as early in the spring as just rich as milk trouble Grain is usually a cheaper feed by MOM. Keep it handy fore whole ,
Too
cause
tow. -
tar I may
conditions will permit. family. The big bottle is .
: INSTANT and in that case the milk may be than whole milk and calves should be economy. '
2. Early hatched chicks grow rap- diluted by adding skim milk or hot taught to eat grain at as early an '
and have -:
idly more vigor. ,
age as possible. .
to the .
water and warming
propertemperature. Sloan'sKills ,
3. Early hatched chicks are strong
Above nil cleanliness is Regularity and attention to detailsin
and less liable to die from lice and
the feeding and care of dairy calvesare
POSTUM essential. Palls in which milk is fed
: disease. just as essential if not more im- .
should be washed with warm water .
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4. Early hatched chicks. have a and scalded' with boiling water daily. portant than the care of the other Pain .' :
longer growing season. milk remain in live stock since upon the characterof ....
When a few drops of --
F. is better for of 5.chicks.Hot weather'retards the growth the pails from one feeding to another the growth obtained depends in a WHOLE FAMILY SICK.
large measure the value of the animal
the pails soon become filthy, especialA "All
A. Early hatched chicks mature hv, when of my six brothers and sister,
mature. M. M. JAVENS
..I the early fall.: ; I as well as myself, have suffered since
family County Agent.
7. Mature pullets produce fall ,and Tonic Laxativethat I childhood from stomach and liver
,,- winter eggs. will remove the bile from the Ue and CARD OF THANKS.We trouble and bloating: I thought it ;1
than coffeeJftere's 8. Fall and winter eggs bring the draw the System THOROUGHLY without(griping ran in the family and that I could
) highest prices. or dlaturbiiX the etomach. Is truly. a Perfect Lax desire to thank our many : never be cured, but, thanks to Mayr's
ative. friends for their kindness the' ::
while during Wonderful Remedy, since =
hatched
9. Early pullets lay taking it
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN illness and death of our wife and 1 I'
nearly
a 1 have ,
hens year been
the are molting. ago enjoyIng ..
hatched the b the name of a Reliable end Perfect laxative mother. The 'many floral offeringsand the best of health and
.10. pullets are feel.like
Early a
relieve Sick Headache, Dfezlwae.- the beautiful
which
coon at the
;; : ',1 ones that become broody early the d\eeaI..6c meda TraM Gee ...ribs hymns sung new person. I have no trouble-from
funeral services will be /
always /t'I
ea..1 gratefully j
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:, Reason following spring. by a Tan>Id Liver aD4.Coudpe". -1-, remembered. eating anything.. It is a simple ''tt
w ., it 11. Early hatched chicles produce R.WbbLaxatre la.the treatment of Cold.GrIp I : that removes '
and Influenza.LAXF03 J. DENNING; I the catarrhal '
. best results. mucus from the
... 2\ I l' WITH PEPSIN aLiquid DUeertveoioLaiative I L. J. DENNING.' tract and allays\ the infi Intestinal
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Tte
r'i, Tto OusnfcM\ TM,DM Met Afttcl till..11111.. 1 imllert to eltoet_os> ti [ which \
yv.m, II u a tab end as a laud It Ie causes practically all stomach,
.. >+ ca_e el He lonle and laxative' ;'..-. LAXATIVE lull as MOd .. ChDcIntI as foe MIII&a. Pleasant I Piles Cured la 0 to 14 Days liver and intestinal ailments, includ !-rI/

BKOMOOUlNlNaiebetterlbaBecdiufTOviniae kt.bW: 11M Ct. IIOc. Draad.ta reftmtl mJtDey It p.uo .
'LT .l,.... aad dos not .._ anr_ea aeae ear ......... ;! to the public WParleGroe1i BIeoodI..or.-0JJrI1INT..:.PUee.ha.aawllchmaeiua. ing appendicitis. One dose will con- a;
i ri..... la be... RenembrT the loll name a ad Co. & I. 1Iq,.,..mwutectant*' ...... 11da......fllea. and ,"-AD ... vince or money refunded. J. Z...Rob-\
", iff _' _.. _;" :w:_ look lot U* einalure.. ,B. .W. GROYBY bas> Y1ntlw/CbWTpok1. -.. rluarl.i paar tit! eat .fPllcatioa. rr-1Oa. arson,. and druggists: everywhere.: :
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.. THE Q5SIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTED FJUDAT. FEBRUARY 14, 111. V T SEVER

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_ou. .nd'rach rtf 1.ou. are hereby. n... In- th. raanagrement- : of-sa'il, primary- 'r V

1 Board I tilled and required to present any election who are white elea i.rx. whndnclar
1 of the School ] TO claim and demand which you. or either their adherence to th" principleand
IV I I Proceedings of you, may have acalnat the estate oraranlaatlon of the whit.< man'S"V
ANNOUNCEMENT( [ of Sylvester II Tteed deceased, late party tn the city of Kissimmee. who
V of Oaoeola County Florida to th...< under are y\\the law of th. city of Klslm-
in guln't'I teachers salaries and Current expenses. T.H'E'PUB.LIC laned Administrator of said estate, mee lawful electors, who have on or
The School B ard met pay: ,
V within one year from the dat* Wroof. before February 8. 1 1B. paid theirpoll
session on February 3rd, there! being V I Dated February 4th A. I>. U" 1 taxes Tor the year 1(17 and 111
.I' V I have Leased: the Overland ,present W. C. Bass chairman; W. R..1 I I Miss Ettie Cowan having resigned A. E. DROUGHT.8t who have registered up to and including -
the Lanier also C. E. I from the Narcoossee school, Miss Iva. ,. Administrator.NnTirn March 8th 118 and who pledgethemselves
f Garage, with the exception of Godwin and W. R. ; to abide by the result of

:j sales agency and accessories.I : Yowell, County "Superintendent:: of I I I Niawonger was appointed. to finish out FOR PI-BMCATIOV.! said primary, election and vote for the
Public Instruction.: the term. nominees thereof at the. ensuing city. V

I have a-competent force of meT The minutes of the January: meet. Mrs. G W, McGowan having resigned We do not believe it would be possible Department of the Interior IT 8. LanJOflice election. V
chanics and will guarantee all 1 I echool .Ii'll. C. at Oalneavllle. Pta Feb, 1, nu q..lis.sii.a.Csa6id.te*
ing were read and approved. from the Baasville tot u. to bottle And Mil ONE Those, and only those person shall '
work done at this. garage. Have A. Bailey was appointed to finish out h* permitted to become candidate foroffice
hereby
of County thet JantesA.
I I. given
Statement Notice
V V lathe equipment and am fully prepared -.-Financial the term. HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONSof Mlnnlck of I.nul'hm..nI".. fa ho. to b.'otpd for In said primstyelectiops

f to do all classes of repairs School Funds for the month ending,I I The County Judge presented his report ,,\ No. 101 Tonic per day If it' was not on January 21 1")'. mad Hometteadrthtry. who abide pledge the themarlve result of said In
writing to by
in workmanlike January 31st, 2919j4ENERAL : collected .: No. 01S616, for 8\V. of 8BH,
a manner. licenses influenza.
for'
1 of hunting an effective, treatment Section 7. Township 25 8.. Ran ..'S7 B.. primary election and support the
fM'IIOOL FVND I'showing that $63.25 had been remit Tallahaas. Meridian hns flied noticeof nominee thereof; who are qualified
V Give us a trial V and wo will convince Balance from last report ___of 811.4'',ted to the State Bank of' Kissimmee A man vrhp works a large force of Intention to flake Three.yaar proof, 'under the laws of the State of Florid
Kissimmee hold office.
and of to
city
:you. To receipt i during month .... 1KS.80 for the school fund.. men came into my office several days tn. establish claim to the land abortdescribed List ef OfSee to be Filled V V

S 1*7I.M I There being no further business to ago and told us he had twenty-flvej: at Kissimmee. before, Fla.Clerk, on the Circuit 14tti day C..urt 6( 'Each elector In the In city said of Klsslmmee ..

; FRANK JONES[ Warrant Issued during mo..* 8X.80 come before the board, they: adjourneduntil men taken with this malady in one March. lel9.Claimant .claims witnesses'B : election qualified ahull to have vote the right primary to vote
B.I.
By balance f __________ __--JI 1585.74 the next remilar meeting, 'Mon- day. He .immediately distributed an i <1. Hancock of LouRhman, Flit In said primary for: V V'One
for
Nva.ftcboal ninlrlft No. I.- < day, March 3rd, 1919. n. E. HaVen, of Lousjhman, Plo. candidate mayor.On
To balance from last report-.I 880..71 I _. ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among C. L Heath. of Louithman. Fla.I candidate for clerk.inc .. .

} OVERLAND GARAGE To receipts during; month .... 1 (02 No Great Action of Heroism Required them and there was not' a fatality In V -' IA V' Pop, of Leu*hman. 'V\m\ (On. candidate candidate for for treasurer.marshal .and tax:: V
..- ROll?. W. DA V18.
By warrants Issued during mo. 191.20: I If some great action of heroismwas the twenty-flve; 8.St. V Register.ftOTICH I collector Three candidate for member V V of

By balance ..._____.______-I '65 ..79Reltlicliool necessary to protect a child from The formula, by 'whlc.b:. this' Tonic is FOR ITHLICA110V. City Council for two years each.
mother would hesitate to One candidate for member of City
l. l>l. o. made is given to the public, so it can Council, for one
bnlnnce from last report151.to piotect her offspring, but when it is Department of the Interior XT. 8. Land year. '
f ... V To receipt during month -..___ 4.42 only necessary to keep at hand a'bottle not contains be listed Iron'as which a secret Is for nostrum.the blood It; Office, at OalneavllU. Fla.. Feb. 1, 191' Five for.,one members.year.Tlsse of executive. committee .

.... ...... ( To Kal. on hand Jan. 81_ .. ._.I 164.fit of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Quinine; 'Which is deadly to the influenza Notice la hereby given. that Tullle Ench for desiring....1111,to..*;have lila 1
r, ttnb-Mrkool ItlMrlrt *o. M, and give it as soon as the first indications and Magnesiawhich; 'thoroughly H. Ouv of Lokose. Florida who on name printed person on the primary election .
tt To balance from last report .-I IS.44! of croup appears, there, .are genii bowels. Sold July IS 117 made Homestead Entry ballot as a candidate for any city .of- 'V V
To during month .... (1.00 opens the No. 0154J9, for.8KV4 of Section 2.Towbahip '
receipts! ; many who, neglect it. Chamberlain's neb. shall file with the chairman of thl. V
throughout the South by wholesale 21 S. flange S4 H. Tillahaasee -
I tt:, E. S. HOffMAN, M. D. By lial on hand Jan. :II1..I--s4.ii Cough Remedy is within the reach of and retail druggists.and drug dealers. Meridian has filed notice of Intention committee 11I111. hla notice on or of before candidacy February and application ISth-,
Mufc.Hcho MUtrlrt No. '". all, and Is prompt and effectual.. to make Commutation Proof to to have his name so printedupon
lIalon'rrom 'Iutr.pCrt..| 104.46To the land above described '
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN To establish claim to a blank to be furnished by the .
>. receipt during month ..__ 2.10 before Clerk Circuit Court, tKlaslmmee chairman of this committee. and V
Eyes Examined by a Regular Reg. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS THE G. B. WILLIAMS GO. accompanied
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of
::110-V ' Fla.. on the 14th day by the amount of his asarasment -
-V istered Physician.: bal. hand Jan. II.. I 104.I6M.b.Hrbnol 1819.Claimant '
1'J1" VV By on -- March. specified below, and V
, WORK FOR .ORPHANAGE as noname
V I)U.rl.-tNo.. ... names a* witnesses'Orant : '
V of such candidate shall be
,. Glasses Fitted.V ___. 2R.19 CJA.: any
'n tialA'nce from laat report .1 QUITMAN, Rasa, of Kenanavllle, FlA. printed or counted or returned V
:S; Broken Lens Duplicated.: To rl"celptl..durlnll" month __00 tS.Sfl The following letter which is 1 being 1).H.Quy, Sr., of Krnen.vllIFIlL If printed upon upon any such ballot. 'unLess

:: V 28 W. Church St.. Orlando FU."VrT .. By ,",1. on hand Jan 81'-__--_1 48.68 sent out to the Sunday School classesof ":.. T n.! Miller!Malloy of ofKlsalmmee Lolcosee FUROBT. FliuQ. this piled provision with. shall have been com

'j:, AVarrant were examined and cancelled all Methodist churches in Florida, W. DAVIS. V Versa *f flatlet V
. In open aeimlon a* (oIIow1Uenerat I explains a movement instigated by NO TWO uFLU"CASES 8-St. Register.KOTirn The voting in said primary' election V
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V S. S.: 1>. No. 1 Fund____________ 1HS.20 AD I.uTIt"'TOn': " Tn 'KLICITTH. lot In compliance' with the
,:. W. J. STEWED M. E. Sunday School here. It is its V provisionCof
mil were" approved and warrant ALIKE I nv.'L the state primary law, and the
'Hiied as follow: desire to make the surroundings .
name of the candidate for each office r
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED ., C K Yowell. ....I. aupt___.:.____t 110.AOW the home-like possible I. ("curt nt Commtr Jod.e. State ef shall be printed the ballot In alphabetical -
orphans as as on
Attorney ..d] Cojieler mt Law. f nasa. M B P I -_____.... 4.00.. Florida, ftaeeala Co...,.. order. V
W M B P1.________ and is 'asking co-operation in thfe\ .
;\ I..I.__ florid. n I.anl..r. 1.40. Dr. N.wcomb a famous specialist (*.ajva. of )Ite4irj V V V
W K Oo<1wln. M B PI.: S meet. 11.no worthy: cause. who wa. called from civil practice' by la re. Estate nt II-I..r..r. II. Reed. The committee *hall m..et..t t ,
: Craeral practice !. all State mmt Ualle1Stale John 8 Cadel. attorney __n_. 1150 I I The King's Daughters' Adult Wesley the Government to holt light the dreaded l)ere.>eil o'clock! p. ..... on the 8th day of March,
Court*. PreBby. Church rent _nn *.*8 dieease. Influenza was stationed at 1(19, In the (City Council chamber or
V Bratton A Oulce rent ........ (.00n Class, after a representative visit Camp Oil,. where. It la old. men died Notice la h.rr-Riven to ell ",horn the city ef Kissimmee, and publicly I
\Vondall, jnnltor _____-... la.OIlI I to the Orphanage at Enterprise were by the score every day. lie state that It may concern that A. B. Drought a. canvass the return, In -.accordance V
V : W B. Crawford Lee JarreD ('has Levi!. Janitor ____________ Sfl.no so impressed by the needs of those atter many post mortem the many Administrator of the Ellt..'.. ol( Sylvester with the primary election'law of Florida
V CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW Ml** Albina \' mtth. aal. anent600(1 I children that physician agreed that hardly two H. Reed. Deeeaaed. will. on then and ,declare what candidate; have ,
f l2eorge Chandler'Janttor .n.. 8.OO ;dear, unfortunate they case were handled alike. day of March n 119, aiiitly to been nominated' for each office voted V
V n B "Wftodall at. officer nn 18.00 ,at once began to plan for the furnishIng V At this writing no certain cur ha* Honorable T.: :f. Mi'rphy, < unty for, and the chairman and secretary. of
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V Mlii* Khea Pherliro. offlcfe, wk., IB.00P of the dining room and they been found for Influenca. All one can Judge In and for said Cu>ity. nt hi. this committee wltMn two day there V
Offices: 4, 6, V 6, and 7 Citizen Handera' rent, ._______n____ 4.00 I dc I I. be careful and at the Oral .18'n-Thattired. office, In )Kissimmee In 'ald County.at after, shall certify the name of these V
would ,
be so glad of co-operation headache backache joint .
1 Bank Building !Mach Ilros. transporting pup'l's !T.OOq your .chlnf! bad 10 o'clock a. m.. or a* a.ton ttiercaf' candidatereceiving' : the nominationfor
M Rvans. ...L ch. 1 __._____ 100.00 I in this pleasant task. listless take(_-lAank's Chill nsr Tonic and In tr a. the matter can be heard f'r authority any office -the-cny authoritiesof
V cold I to
KUsimmea Florida Mlii* Almelna I-.rltner *ch I .. UK.00Mlna I I The plan is this: For eight or ten moderate- dose for a few day and to sell at public or firlvateaale Kissimmee'a. the nominee of this
1__ VV KleanortMnseley. sch 1 .. 100.001 classes each to be responsible for the connection use Plank's Eucalyptus In the following described real es party for office, to be voted for at the
Ml** Annie Whltener. sch 1 __ 1 0.00 throat and nasalpassage. tate. In said County. to-wlt: held
Spray to aterlllie the sreneral election to be March t',
DR. W. W. CARSON Minn Puttie Martin. sch 1 ____ 10000 furnishing of one table for six, the Lots 1. S, S and 4. Block 118 In the 1919. .
DENTIST MIBB Helle.Cooper .ch I ___'___ 100.00 furnishment to consist, of: Both can' be had without trouble at I Town of St. Cloud. Florida Also Lot A._...*.* .
Mta Mariraret Veach. .ch 1____ 80.00 ,, 6 dinner your druggist and general. store*. 26 ,S, 14. It and SO In Section 28, Township For the purpose of defraying"; the ex.penae V
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Office' over Pilley Building Mra F C Uryan sch 1 _____n_ 80.00 plates and BO cent. For many year Plank'. 26. Range 10. Which application will of the primary election. Including -
I Offlos Hours: S-It. 1__ \IIsA Lola 1..I.r. *ch 1 ______ 80.00 6 bread and butter plates. Chtll Tonic ha. been a favorite household |M> baaed upon the petition for *uch the payment of Inspectors 'and ., V
'! 0.... *Phon 1(1 .Realdenc 'Ph... II II... Lillian\ Prenlla. ecu 1 ____ 80.00 6 sauce dishes. remedy and during the last epidemic ale now, on file In said Court. clerk, printing of ballots etc the following -I
.4 Oaa Administered for Extraction el MIHB OlooVoolrtrldne' sch 1 __ 80.00 6 dishes. It was undoubtedly the means of Dated February 1, A. D ll1n. assessment are hevle4 against i
TeU Mian Virginia Tiller. ...lbl) nn 80.00 soup saving many live. tn ease where doctor A. E. DROUGHT.S prospective candidate for the varleu V
( !Mrs F C Edward. *ch 7------- 80.0(1 6 cups and aaucers. and nurses could not be had.. Man*. 4t. A t" V Mrs.. J W Trammell. *ch, 1 n__ XCOO 1 each sugar cream: butter. dish. ufactured only by Manufseturlna the Tropical Cooperative Thar.maoists Mayor.'nre dollar V V
V VV Mlns Oenelln Overstreet *ch l._ 80.00 and small Company ; ,APPLICATION FOB TAX Clerk five dollars.Treasurer . '
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY'ATLAW 1 large two platters J'la.--adv. V
:II Mica l..oul.. Thomaaon. sch 1.. 80.Ot> : Jacksonville DEED. five dollar .l V 'JM
: ;' V Ml..i M C I3r>'ati. ach 1 _.-.., 80.00 I 2 covered vegetable dishes. - Marshall and tax collector five dol '
:1' Mlaa !Lillian Oale. ach I ?_-?__ 80.no 6 each of knives, forks and spoons, NOTICE I* hereby given, that Alfred lars. V.
Mlfia Mcrtorn Hiissell sch I n_. 80.00Mia. ARTHUR HACKET, TENOR, TO BE H. Link purchaser of Tax Certlncate Member City Council, two dollar
Ir Waring Building. Ruth Clnik .ach I ___.:____ 80.on (good plated) I No. 8ft7, dated the 4th day of November. I......*>....* V
Mlaa Kilna l'I..hwrlk..rt.' sell 1-. 80.OO 3 table cloths 2% yards long. HEARD IN ORLANDO'S MUSIC :. A. D. 181: Certificate No. SS. dated The following Inspector and clerk
MlBB ?:Ion Oulc, Bch I/ ..n_. 80.00 1 dozen napkins.The the 7th day of July. A. D. IHOt. and are hereby designated to conduct, the .
,: Pal J.ha.ton O.V P. Oarrett Mltia ICmmfl Yowell. ach 1 __.. 50.00MIRM dishes to be of an 'open stock FESTIVAL FEB. 28 TO MAR. 3. Certificate No. 40, dated the 6th day of said primary election: V V V V
Nellie McQuarrle eoh 1.. os.oo July, A. D. 1903. has filed said cnllfUcates Inspector: John McPhatter F;. a.
? V JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Mica Iva Nlswonirer" ach I ..__ o.on pattern and all alike if possible. The Arthur Ilacket the tenor comes ofa In my office and 4iaa made application Vans Agnew J. F3.: Lupfer. V ,
Mra Carrie N ":,Irl.. sch 6 un 61'>on King's Daughters are buying one set. for t.. deed to Issue In accordance Clerk: A. It. Thomas
Mr RhodA Lue.... .t'h' 8 ___n_ 66.00 Now, will you be one of,the classesto singing family. lie is the oldest of with law. Said certificate embrace 6-BL H. 11[. KATZ. Chairman. V
Offices' 11 and 12 Citizens Baal Mrs U N McOowan. sch 10 __._ (S.00 three sons and his remarkable successin the following described property
10. Ml** Nfyra II od life... ach V ____ 56.00 join in this work? If so, you will the past few situated In Osceola.. county Florida to- NOTIcE<< CREDITORS
Building A Knight ..ch 11 _____n_._ 100.00 |please let us know at once, and any I this country during wltr V V .
-J. Kleslinmee. Fla. !Mr A A KnlKht. ach 18 n____ 7000 further information we can give )'1011we' years is known wherever good singing The. Northwest quarter of the Southeast I. C..t .f the O*e..r-->.**.; 0...... V.5.
.N H sch' 187.60 I i Ills next youngest brother, quarter (NW% of 8El If. ) of Section State
1 f :.Ier.e: 8Ii- will be to furnish. is known. fomrntr of Florida.
'I glad
I Mr* *c-h :::::::- 96.06: Charles Hackett is also a tenor, and t. Townahlp. 2C South flange 28 tm re Uatete .f Jb A, llla.rhw/11 1 V
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Mica Kate Capllntrer. soli 18 __ 80.OO Yours "For the Orohanaore Bast.
I !Mia Mertle Fletcher., *ch 18 .. 80.onMlas f THE KING'S DAUGHTERS. is regarded as quite the most promising -: The said land being assessed at the To .all ,Creditors.Legatee*. Distributee
Jessie tooIIttte ant 16 __ 80.on of the younger generation of operatic date of Issuance of.said certificate In and all Persons, having" Claim
Mica Katherine Shadonn. ach 16 80.00 ORANGES SENT JACKSONVILLE tenors in the world. Both he the name of Unknown Alice Oreer and or Demand against said Estate:
.OURSOJ F EIIRMERV Mlas Mary Florence sen 18.. 110.00 of J. 11[. and J. T. Ray. Unless said cer. You and each 01 ''you. are hereby no- Vi
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!Mia Kmma Tyaon. sch 1C ..__ IUI.oo HOSPITAL. WERE APPRECIATED and .Arthur Ilacket were pupil tiflcate shall be redeemed aooordlne titled and required '0' presentany"! .
k !Mia Lillian Ide, ach 18 ._.__ 8000 Arthur Hubbard of Boston. .Charles to law tax deed will Issue thereon on claim and demand which ..youuerVV. V
Mlas Star Paisley ach '18 ,"-w::..,... V 80.00 Hackett has had for several l years the 4th day of March. A. D. ItlB. either of you may have againsttbe/ {(. .
V Mica Kleda Doollttle,. ach018',t 80.0(1( Jacksonville Fla.. Jan. 30, 1919. in. Italy (CIRCUIT COURT 8BAL>" 4 i iJ. . estate'of'John A. Black well, deceased V
!Miss l..ottl. Donllttle, aehEI6. r'-'" V 110.011 Editor Kissimmee Valley Gazette: past extraordinary success ., V L OYKR8TREBTV' -, late of Oaeeola Count)',. Florid..! to, the] '
SELLS Mlas Lottie Huff. .chH 18' :. 11II.110 I I and South America, and this year he Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola. County, undersigned administratrix.of said lee-el ,,' V 7
K Hadlay sch.SOu' 80.08 V Will you please publish in your paper becomes member of the, Metropolitan Florida. ,.V >'\ i ';:.V ,,,"". %,A''V', 7-tt. tate,>wlthln two year.. from (thei.data ,,
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: V Peart Johnson. .chi'2" <_ 4500 : "The ladies of the Woman's, New York. A hereof.- '"' '.V .! , ? of
V Mellaaa Roheraon lI"h' 10 _';_"- 45 OO4SOO Presbyterian Missionary Union wish Opera Company In Court of the County Judge Stateof Dated Janura? 14th, A.. D.' 118.
Fire Life, 'Accident and Hattte KlnRT ach SO -..>...__-. still younger brother is, according to Florida. Estate of James B Tumb- 0. MAROARET L.. BLACKWRLL.
M A. Johnson "C''' 2B ......... 4500 Ito thank Jlr. and Mrs. II. Johnston !Arthur' Hackett, the possessor of the lln, Osceola County fly the Judge of 6St .Administratrix.
Health Plate Glacs. Liability Mia Fannie Addlson; .ch' 17 -_ 6500 and Mr. and Mrs. Garrett for the two" the three but he chose I said Cqurt. Whereas" William Inirram V V
Miss L\il Ormond. ach 11 .._. 6000 lovely boxes of oranges sent to Mrs. finest voice of I ha* .applied to thl- Court for Letter NOTICE TO'CREDITOHS.la -
Oora ClauldlnRsch 12Mlas ________ 4500 medicine as a profession and Is. now 1 of Administration ion the estate of -
and Boiler Insurance. Edith Nlawonaer ach SB.t. 6500 Fox Christmas ,for the hospitals in 'serving in the army in the hospital James n. Tumblln deceased late of the r..rt'or r:_.'>'>'>: "<.'/- Oseeela ,
It Jordan *ch 40 ..--u------ 15.onBSO Jacksonville. They were very: much 1 said County of 'Oaeeola. These are. Ceenty. Slate .t Florida..
Mia Fannie Addl.on.eh 49 __ appreciated and enjoyed by the pa corps.: ___ __ Therefore To cite and admonish all !. re Relate' fClyd. M. He**. 4
Legal B on d s Executed R I) Drown, service sch 1____ 25.00 I and singular the kindred and creditor, - ,
State' Rank, Interest ..../"'____. 16OOOf tients. Thankfully yours, I am FLORIDA'S SOIL BUILDING of said deceased to be and appear before -, To all Creditor, Leg-ate.sDlatrlbutees
W Orlffln aupplle ..._____ 1745 very: truly V this Court on or before the 28th and all Persons having Claim or
Same Day: Needed. \Ill.. Nellie McQuarrle. rep'r __ 4.00 LEILA Z. PATTERSON PLANTS. day of February A. I). 1)I9, and file Demands agaln.t aid Estate:
Alex Haynes. wood ..-.._.____ lo.OOKlasy V objection If 'any th.y have' to the you and each of you. are hereby
Chairman.A .
Tel. Co.. phone rent ____ 1.10 to the granting of Letter of Administrationon notified and required to present any
Wenner-Sawyer' Co t supplies$ 975 Florida is especially adapted said estate, otherwise the same will claims and demands which you or''
Valley Oasette. auppllo .._on 14.60 want ad. in the Valley: Gazette growth of the soil-building legiumi- be granted to laid William Inicram.,I either of you may have against the ,i
OFFICE: f Stall Bank Buil.iig Central Uruo Store, aupplle -- 4 20 nous plants- soybeans beg- or to some other fit person or persons. estate. of Clyde H. Bass, deceased late
A O E Yowell. repair: -------- 5 6OOaeeoln will rent your spare room. I cowpeas beans etc. Witness my name as County Judxe ofthe < of Osceola County Florida, to .the undersigned -
Ildw. Co, supplies :: 7.45: jrarweed, velvet peanuts, County aforesaid the ictti day: Administratrix:: of said es-'
State' Hank tire for C C Ant__ 18.00 These products furnish food for man, of January, A. I). ,IIII'I' (Seal) T. M. late, within two year from the date J
Htattt Hank B. K. Cleveland PROMINENT MAN OF JACKSONVILLE animals and the land. There are Murphy. County Judge. 8-6t, hereof. '
tunlnir piano, ach r ___ 800H. Dated December. !2sth A. D. K1S.
u WEll.PiEASED' of these importantplants
J. W. THOMPSON N. It. No. 1 Valid.M many varieties TALI. FOil \\IIITH PIIIMAIIV JKS.KC.: S-8t. RUBT O. DABS. Administratrix.JVOTICB .

>B Rhoda Lucas.. lich 8 ________t 1000 some of them heavy yielders I TIOV.
Miss Mvra Hod Ken, ach A __-- 1000 I He suffered from constipation, of vines for fodder and seeds for OP ADMINISTRATOR: l'
Funeral DirectorAND Mra, 0V McCownn." aeh 10 ____ JO( .00 stomach disorders sleep was food says the State Marketing Bu The city executive committee of the (For Final Dlseharaje.) :
poor .
Alex Keen. wood" ach 10 ------ 700 "white man's party" met recently and V -
native
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H C Hartley, supplied sch 1(1(! .. 7.27 I bilious and system generally run reau. The beggarweed Is a formulated the following call Cor a I. Ceart of C....,. Judge, State ef
('h.... I....v)I. attendance officer__ 44 OOWalter down. The new tonic Dreoo. worked .plant; makes two crops a year, and "", hlte man' primary." KlerUa. JU

Harris,. water meter __ 62.74 ,'wonders for him. is a fine feed for stock. The velvet The city executive committee of th" jf
Chaa Levi. supplies Bch 16 230H. "white man' party In the city of 'f'jr.: ;
-- leaves is la Estate; \V. I'reatls.ftseeola .
with re
H. I). >o :l Fa.d I "I really cannot fully express how bean, its broad green Kissimmee h..r.'by..ell and pruvUlo I for
L L Jordan sch 40 ______.___t 10.00 ornamental and can be Used as Coity. .
(.LICENSED EMBALMER much better I am feeling since takinga quite holding a "white man' primary election Notice I* hereby !given to all\ whom
Hill & Co., 'sup. ....ha. 12 & 4l> 5.HO I bottle of your medicine Dreco." a climbing vine for arbors. It takesa to be held In the dIv of Kln.lin- It may concern. that on the 10th day
H. H. I). No. S Kuad mee In compliance with Ii,., laws nf
of D. I .h.Il'.p
the seed and April. A. 1919. Iy to,
These the words of Mr. G. W. long season to mature ,
Phillips Bros, sup. *ch IS _u_$ 11.7111 are the State of Florida said rrlnutry to the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of
Store and Chapel Stewart Are A Hercules Mfjr Co. chart etc.__ 22.27 'Wilcox, the popular flagman on the Florida is the only state where this be held during the hour.. fixed. : by law said Court, a* Judge of Probate./for
Seaboard running from Jacksonville In possible over its entire area. It for the holding' or election on Bntur-: final discharge aa Administratrix of V
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V Klsslmros; Fla. G B day March 8, 191* for the nomination deceased V
Woodall compulsory attendance great amount of forage the estate of J.me.V. Prentla,
school officer for School Board to Tampa. Mil. Wlilcox resides (in produces a of candidate for city elective office to : and that at the same time I
Jacksonville, but this statement wasgiven and is a wonderful enricher of the be voted for at the general tflei*.lu.i to will present to said court my final accounts -
District No.1. appeared before the to the Dreco representative soil. The soybean Is a 'source of a be held In Bald city of KIsv-itimoA Cn a* Administratrix of said ....
board and stated that he had served March 28, lUll for their
foods the Saturday tate, and ask approval.
M. TILLER notice to the law Isaac stationed at Tampa, now ,at the Economical variety of prepared among (tusiIflratioRs of KlretornThose Dated SePtem A. D. 1(18 r
according on DrugStore.. Japanese and Chinese. Containing hhd only those PPI'RIV. $. rliall ) 1"R\-'J. i>HE .
Nettles and Lee Sylvester for the I "For a long time I have suffered ..tAr..h. the soybean Is a meat substitute nermltted to vote at or pn'tli>l't.' namfmo. Ad 1m n'.t r.tlx.

Real t.Estate Agency I i hon attendance of their children at from constipation, and biliousness in -the-Oriental] 'dietary to balance -

school, and as the legal number of and stomach disorders which brought the starch in the rice so extensively .. oo .o oooo + oooooooooooooo ooooo*ooo .
days had elapsed since serving said used for food.
on other troubles. My stomach got
Realty bought and sold. notice on them and their children had .
all out of condition and my food disagreed t'
Houses rented. not reported at school he asked theboard's I EPISCOPAL CHURCH
with me no matter what ST. JOHNS
Tax
Taxes paid and Titles. veriBed The board instructions recommended in that the he matter.pro- ate or how careful I was about select. I I Good congregations were present at Notice
ing it. Gas would bloat me and I last. Mr.
for nonresidents.Fire up both services on Sunday
ceed to prosecute the said Isaac Net-
\ had pain* in the pit of my stomach L. A. Hamilton's address was well re
Life and Accident In tles and Lee for
Sylvester as provided I I
it seemed like I was cl1okingyet added
ceived. Some new members were
under Laws of 1915.
Chapter 6831.;
surance., V V could not. swallow it down nor spit it to Mrs. W. A. Hamilton's Adult

Indemnity Bonds.FRESH The County Superintendent pres- Bible class which meets every Tues-
ented to the School Board a copy of out."My sleep became broken and did day morning, at 10 o'clock. Next Notice is hereby given that the

... .. .. ..oo oo............ the Constitution of the Florida High not refresh me. I got very: nervous Sunday Rev. Dr. McConnell, well ,
".' School Athletic Association and rec- had bad taste in mouth and: was thinking
a my known In Kissimmee for clear -
ommended that it be adopted as thereu1aUona very bilious. It seemed like no medi. and eloquent speaking, will speakon tax books of Osceola County for

V ] governing the High cine helped me, so when the new medicine "Th. Outlook of Goodness in the

School athletics in the Osceola county Dreco came along, I learned thatit and Rev. Canon
World at 11 a. m.
the 1918 will close promptlyon
V schools. The board unanimously ad- |
FISH was made from roots and herbs. I Bryan" will speak on "Our Unearned year

onted the same and ordered a copy! bought a bottle .and right there my Increment," at 7 p. m. All members

placed on file In the office of the troubles came to a standstill. I be- of the Episcopal: church and visitors theirst'Monday in April. All 11

-AN. D- county superintendent. lieve the very first dose did me good. to Kissimmee are cordially invited to

A notice was received from W. H. My troubles are all very much better these services.

OYSTERSSIMON Bryan. district health officer calling; now. The constipation is fully relieved | taxes' not in office by that date

attention to the sanitary condition of my food digests well. and I Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. my ,

the toilets of the Klsalmmee colored sleep fine every night. I am goingto ( I

school, and directing that their condition take several bottles before I quit Of I wilfbe'subject' to all penalties.

V be remedied within sixty clays' for Dreco: Is tile.best medicine I ever V

MARTIN The board deferred actionIn the matter saw." \ .. V .... LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS I VV

until could find what who hare constipation
they provisions Persons ---

,. .Phone.313. the city had made for extending weak kidneys, a sluggish liver, poor NOTICH 'rOCliEDITdsi- *. C. L. BANDY '/

; the water to said school. digestion or stomach .troubles] of any !. C.mrt' .( the ComaS Jm..r. Oee.la V

The. chairman and county' superintendent kind, are' advised to 'try: this great (.'...ty, .Stat .! Kl.rtd.. V ,
.. -- -__ ----- which is sold by 1 Tax Collector
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= -- : were instructed to make arrangements herbal remedy, now, I. !. re F....<.. .; Sylvester H. Reedt' 7-I0t. ,
for extending the board's all druggists and is highly recommended To all Creditors. Lea-ate**. Distribu

;; Visiting card printed by.the' Valley note at the State Bank, and also to in Kissimmee/' by Central Drug V tees and all Persons having said Estate Claim.: + + .++.. -V

Gazette Job'Department. borrow 3500.00 from said bank to Store. S I or D.m.nd.In.t VI' >'*


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EIGHT THE. iuSSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY,_FEBRUARY 14. 1'1'wr t

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n GET-TOGETHER BANQUET AT GAZETTE BRINGS CONTRIBUTION TO CHILDRENS HOME ,SOCIETY WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY ..

CRAYSTONE GREAT EVENT FROM FAR AWAY MANITOBA, CANADA SOCIAL NEXT FRIDAY

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Third Annual
; (Continued from Pago One) ; .
The Epworth League of the M. E.
Jacksonville Fla. January 15th 1919. -
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the city! should they desire to do so. Editor KIsslmrr.cn Valley w Gazette KUsimmee, Fla. Chilrch\ will give a social evening at
After the speeches ;Mr. Stanford the bungalow Friday night, Feb. 21,
Dear Sir: As an indication! cf the fact that it pays to advertise, I am MUSIC FESTIVAL '
with which to when all members and their friendi
called for subscriptions
sending you herewith a letter ansI a clipping from your paper which resultedin ,
4, run the Board of Trade for the ensuing u. c"'It.I'lbatoll: of $1.03: coring! to us from away up in Manitoba, Canada. : are invited to be present. This will

year when $1722.00 was raised, We have had contributions' from practically every State in the Union and celebrate the anniversary of Wash.-. .

c the following persons agreeing to pay from three different countries as a result of the publicity during! our cam i i11allnl. ington's birthday.MASOUERADE. 1 ORLANDO. FLORIDA ,

.the amounts set opposite their names People 1;<>m different sections of the State have sent the papers to .. f
in twelve monthly installments: their friend in different parts of the country. I presume that altogetherwe BALL AT COUNTRY =

r. V. -ill-unit _._ ._. _____ _____* fllI.lIl' hive gotten fr >m $300. to $4 -from friends in other states and countries. CLUB. .r
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H .J. Clifford -- Very sincerely Five Great Concerts
K'lsWinmv. VolU-y"irU. .l <' _- fllI.on yours A masquerade ball will bo given at
11.1o.ta;: u.'.-_ .....___. ______ __. fl:OII/' MARCUS C !
; .-- - 21, under the auspices ,of the. Golf FEBRUARY 28th, MARCH rd.2.nd'and' 3rd

_______ Sll.(H' Club.
J. \V.V. CulfH'll' ,
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i. LllpftT _-___. __-_.__.. -. !:fl."" )I. <<, xniiiford- .. .__ ___ .__ __ nll.lln: I Do not forget the Klcsimmee Vali 'Florida's Greatest Musical Event
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Hint.li,,iik .___ .h. 120IKI ". Icy Gazette office does fine printing.
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(1. M. Tnvlor _.-__... _. .. .. nO.fUI< ''
J. \\'A.I" Tucker '.un__...._ __ :".J"' MISCHA ELMAN. Violinist
13 J. Ivonloy. .__.....-u __ nooolewl "1 PROCLAMATION 'it
$ UKiynu" _...:*_._.__,,-- 30.0/1(
iito. \,,'. Fox ,_. ..,.-.. .-h... 30,110< Choru* of 200. Voices and Orchestra in :
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n O. Wnioior ....._. 30.0/1 I
.r. O. ".....1.1 Mu.I..lp.1 Road EiectIos.1'ii.ler 1
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14. Ni".I Ion:: _...*....::::::::: 8 :<:m: Rossini's..-________"Sta\\>at Mater" .' .
A. .1. :MafOonoufch .,..,...___._ .00Hod "("r virtue or authoritywnlr "
no v Kinder '*,_'__'__.' _- 18110 13 )\. Milton 'h'*(.__'____'__'-- I2.<'"' tlun ot 'the Council ot the City of KI..Imm..o. ).- .'.
13 I,. (!rwn ."_.4..J__'___._. 1200 .. to-witl Greig's--------"Olaf Trygvasson"Asssted'by .
t'. IJ Yo\'ell ...._n" -_ _ I ItW. .nil ....:- "
H Arnold -u.,_,____h._-- IZO'i .t flEsOETI4)N the following soloists, all of Metropolitanfame: .' 'J
)Xl. M' Jnvcniii.J. .r.-' '.....___. 11.(10.> ( \ '
I tev.- 0. H. Falls _u.u 12. !ti.. H l.uwson .n__,._.._____ 12.110 mmiue ,)l.v the City of Klnslmmee of Idelle Coloratura ::
5,. M. !<<.>.lIol.ls. OiUndo ,, .__. 2.il'' i ir IiuNIW for the purpose of raisin ",": ',x: Patterson soprano.Ttfytf' . \ ,
<<...II.sl i limit Ktoio ....--.,-___. IIOO' Funds for the Udc of said City BKldKund y : ',,.. Wylle D. Aid 'd ramallc'loprano. ",,
.T. T Purcltlinltor' ,.4--, 1200O to I'o used for the construction ; gee '
: 1 1. (1 re lit Ilalfl _?...?.,______. 12.("> uf a llulhhvnd) and Fill atonic that portion '';'::1/' .' Jean Cooper contralto. '1
J. It. (1lII.. ..,rt ..n...i.-_,,....___ 12/10' of Lake Tohopekallwa" lylnff" with. ', .
.1. i''. \V1lilf-r .___.....u_.____ 11:110.f. : ___ in the City limit* of the City of Kl).- !}i '" Arthur Hacket.( tenor. .. L :.1
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. H. noil.im. .._."h._.,.._._ 12M> -.rr Hlinmee, and for the Improvement of
..tl" Ktoxniis......____...'___.__.__ OOO ci-rlaln streets lying within (he filled Lester Bingley, bass-baritone. ;
"'. H Ornham .._. .. ....... -. __ fl.<>0 Hrt-H mid for the .ubml..lon of the
1-ao Ncnl __._____..._.____.. 41.1111' I River, Manitoba, Jan'y 8th, 1919. (lUfHtlon of such Issuance of>BONDS Mariqn Rous, pianist. '
II. (1. KIcvM- __ ..__..._ _.___.. 12(10 Marcus C. Fagg, Jacksonville, Fla. to mi election. by the qualified electors '
.1. )l. "'llIs<>Ic _?_..._u.._____ 12.110 I Dear Sir If this is p specimen sample of Southern production (picture of the City pursuant to Section: 10A1 Lotta Greenup violinist. _
15 I II Kailt...____._______. I*,(idH of bahy clipped from tile Gazette it should be 'and lOfiZ oftheO necal Statutes of the
) generously supported by
11. r-hnnmitii ??...._____.. I*.(in( ) Suite (,Florida of 1906. -
Chas. ('IIC'.OIl. Ji.. .........?_.. 12.ml your State. \VHKHIOA8) Jt Is the Intention of .
.1. M. Wondiill) ._.._____........ I2in Fine herewith money order for $1.00, just to show you that up in this the City Council of the City of Klsslm-
A' KtiHcn ------j-..._....----- 12.111'l. northern country with the loosing itself around 45 and 50 tnrp uml.*r the. provision of Chapter Season Tickets, $12.00, now on sale. Address all communication]
I I..\\111 Itiown _.....___.__ 12(10( great mercury 71 M of the Law of Florida, Acts
H. I,. I,,,l'r.I'. Jr. ......__u_ .. 12.(in below, the kiddies find a. place in' our hearts. I HI 6. to construct a Bulkhead and Fill '
t'ninon I'NiniKT ........_n__ _. 12.(in Yours respectfully, 'along such part of the lake front of Orlando Music Festival Ass'nWALTER '
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II. M. Hidikir ..._..___.._u.. -2.4444. :THOS. L. SWIFT, Bowsman Manitoba Canada. Lake Tnliopekallffa as lieu within the ' '
J. J, 1cv'i------------------- 1200 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i limit_*_ or__ lltA__._ _saId___ rKvnf_ __ __ _ltliilnime.____ m__ _. DRENNEN Director. !)
A. T. PiirnlnialBS _..__..._.__.. 1200J land, lo 1I1>ss the abutting, owners for ,
II). llwd ._uuu___,..___, 12.OO J I the coat of such Improvement In pro Orlando
J. Mcriintter ._-.-_,.-...___... .0(1l ( I TESTED RECIPES. FROM CITRUS MARKETING FARM PRODUCTS llxirlloii to the frontage Improved: ,
>..wla 1-nnit __..............-._ A.<>'0I. '. FRUITS. I In the marketing of farm I .And Whvreaa. Certain improve Florida."I
eI. C. L.U n test on ....__. ....___ 1200 products mvnts will be necessary to curtain
Jim nUl'k Ie. ._._...-__.-.".._.._ ,1 z.nllJ. : j in quantities less then car load lots, 'streets. Ivlntr within such filled In area.:
I )K I.upfer .__.-_ "___. ...._.. 120(1 I The following timely;;; recipes were especially when there is .'no growers And, \\hereas. Plans and peelflea.tloim .
r lA>.li>r Alfoid -.....__........_ 1200J .tried out by Miss Albina Smith at (organization association to aCId estimates of cost preparedliv -----
or assemble
C" l\h"l.\ _______u____.;.__ 1200 Allan J. lIacL)onou rh. of Klsslmmee -
J. J. Woudall _______________. 41.00 the February meeting of the home in small lots, the necessity of a I have been adopted by the City .
demonstration club, and pronounced 'middleman or a dealer is apparent. I of Klaslrnmee wherein the. total cost Put Your Money In House
At only one time in the meeting exceptionally fine.Orange Selling: by mail order to the individual for the Bulkhead Fill and docking) ta. a

did the bulkheadmg project give way Marmalade. oonsumerand by the car load are dif ditties siiml ( Sfcfi amounts( .. oo) Dollar to Eighty-Five; and the necesnur Thou--

I to any other thought and it was when 3 oranges 1 cup water ferent proposlitioixs., There are all >' cost for the Improvement of the and you will feel a sort ofIndependence '
the benefits of the Kissimmee Motor 1 lemon 4 Ibs. sugar. kinds of dealers, but the wholesale ,toitnin ,,"'..et. above mentioned la esilinnted -

I. Club were discussed, and then every Take 3 oranges and 1 lemon wash trade has many thoroughly reliable Hundred at($11,50000)Twelve( Dollars Thousand, Five I," '-'I. that no rent

citizen who owned a car was invited well and remove seed, then slice very houses having large investments and .And, \hereaa The City will haveto ? payer can possibly posies

and urged to join the organization.One thin or put through chopper. To this wish high credit ratings, which they ln-ar the entire Initial cost of suchBulkhead The.home I. everythIng It Is ,
add 11 of water and let stand will not imperil by crooked methods. Fill and Improvement to .- '
distinctly encouraging feature cups Lake front and streets and all the property 'our own. It I. only a chance .,
nf the talks was the esteem in which over night. In the morning, boil until The reliable houses do not get business ! benefited by the Improvement will shelter If. pa'lnw teat '
Kissimmee is lield by the men from tender and remove from Ore While by leading the producer. to be- In nflneaHOd Its just proportion of the I, 4 you are '

other sections who are locating here. hot, add 4 Ibs. of sugar, stir well and lieve that they are getting a higher coat of nurh to the Bulkhead.Lake front Fill" and .1mirotnifnt to- 5 for It.Ve have a variety of

Without exception every speaker Friday net aside until next morning, then price than the market justifies. They Im| paId In Ten <10) annual same InstallincnlH. _ choice ''and desirable residence

night remarked here upon and the beautiful ed.cook until the jellying- point Is reach. I pay their what contracts they agree by questionable and do not evade ex 71X4 l.nw-H. as provided of Florida by, Acts said of Chapter 1K15. Ir.r _____________________________ for ale. They are all .j:
surroundings\ predicteda i which assessments when received by .,lie* and at all prices, but
_ _
bright) future for the 12 oranges 2 or 3 lemons 2 pints cuses. t'i .
city. I the City shall be used for the purpose .
The enthusiasm in the bulkhead water 1% Ibs. sugar. Complaints have come to the State of iMIrelng a proportionate part of ". term of payment can easily

movement and firm belief that it Wash well 12 oranges 2 or 3 lemons !Marketing Bureau from shippers that I tli.- ..HONOS Issued for this purpose.'I'lIKltI'l"ORl .__. '- S be arranged to suit Call and

would shortly be accomplished, which' and remove seed. Cut very thinor I they either did not get their pay, or Council of the. (City, lie of It Klaslmmee.Hi'otlon Resolved by. .the let ti* (talk It over

marked the beginning of the meeting, put through; chopper, add 2 pints' else the goods 'had. been in part or I 1 I. That under and by virtue '
continued till its close 'and the citizens !- of water to each lb. of fruit let stand totally rejected. The fault in a large of the Power vested In the City 01'KI..lmm..e BREAKER REALTY COMPANY

who were present are expressing 24 hours, then boil l slowly for 3 or 4 :part was that the shipper did not consign of I he leneral by Section Statute lOffl of the and State 1061 (,.

themselves as confident of the speedy ;hours, till quite tender. Weigh and to the right parties. They shipped of Florida the City shall Issue Its KISSIMMEE FLORIDAder
outcome of the project. j I to every lb., add 1 Y.I Ibs. of sugar. without.. making ful4' investigation Vlnecj-Klglith BONDS for the aicregate ,
I .Chai Roil again for 2 hours until ; often else sum of 1(7,60000, to be styled -
man W. J. Steed of the arrangement or more on hearsay or on account \ Bulkhead
Municipal
Bonds. Issue
of
,, : committee and his coworker I jellying point is reached. j of circulars offering unusual or IBlft," or the denomination of One ..

Dr. W. W. Carson deserve1great If: the bitter in the orange marmalade unwarranted prides. Instances are Thousand $1.000.00)) Dollar 'eacH. except Law.. of will be 'held

I credit for the general arrangement is objectionable parboil the.of record where dealers, with little or the rate ono for of six$500.00 bearing; Interest at at the the Council Florldar In the City of .
I of the banquet though they attribute j|I ground fruit for a few minutes before no credit have been able to get large Interest payable per semiannually cent per nnum and. Klaslmmee. during the regular hour.

I a large part of the measure,iof adding the required amount of water, consignments, and then evade pay- maturing: from date of Issuance respectively -,,of voting. on.the 16th. day of )March A. FORSALE
this. success to the dainty touches or by pouring off'half'this water in ment in ,part or. in full by alleging n* follows 'I D..1818.a loan upon of the NINETT-SBVEN question of contractllnw THOU--

I, given by Mrs. Blackmore and Miss which it has stood over night and adding bad order or by giving various. other Ten Ten, Thousand Thousand ,Dollar Dollars In.,,, In Ten'. Eleven year SAND.FIVE! HUNDRED DOLLARS. Ill '

Jnet Carson to th. banquet table. .1\,I this amount' of, boiling\ '.water before excuses. Shippers fall into traps';, of Tf ar*.& "0\J"JAlk( t Bi.ig' rtaar' *W ,m'thel form of ninety-seven. bonds for the PARKHOTELjCor. \.:-
; \ this sort STn *Thousand Dollars In Twelve 'Bum t of, ONE THOUSAND DOLLARSeach !
In deterrence of th .lateness of,the boilingthe first/time/ by, circulars where pricesare ( j *and ones bond for the sum of

'., )hourf and the many:visitors\present.1 |MMM' umquat. I'rescrvcaWjMj I offered above :the market: 'MThis >'Ca 1Ten 15 Thousand Dollars In Thirteen |:FIVE'HUNDRED DOLLARS, and to Broadway & DaItia'Ave." .
lit. the'banQuet. the business routine ., 1Ylb..kumquats,1. pfwaterTl'lb: could hot be possible if producers had Tears. pledge the funds credit and propertyof

and general election of the Board of aU2'ar. taken the precaution investigate- Ten. Thousand Dollar In J"our.t..eo'bond the,,city the for proceed the redemption from the of sale said ef One Block From D pot

1 Trade and Auto Club' was postponed Clean kumquats thoroughly by : The State Marketing Bureau has'I.'Ten* Thousand Dollars In Fifteen aid bond. to be expended In Bulk KISSIMMEE -" FLORIDA

t till.tonight, at the city hall. I washing with soap and water; sprinkle the standing 'of all produce dealers I -p.. heading- filling and Improving that
with soda using 1 lb. of soda to in the United States. It can give I Ten Thousand Dollar In Sixteen portion of the Lake front of Lake To.hopekaJllI'a Inquire of
and certain streets therein
1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH. 11 qt. kumquats. Pour sufficient boil- names of firms that Tear |
promptly acknowledge Ten Thousand Dollars In Seventean lying within the city limit. of KUsim
i : The subjects at the Christian I,big water to cover the fruit; let stand receipt of goods, with accurate Years. j mee. MRS. A. ROSProprietressCrystillized
!. church for next Sunday. 11 110 minutes; pour water off and rinse report of conditions on arrival Ten Thousand Dollar In Eighteen I I Said Bonds to be Issued upon the .
are: a.
term and In the set forthIn
a*
manner
1' m., "Battle of Life;" 7:30 p. m., "The {thoroughly in three changes of water and reliable information as to the Years.Alid Seven' Thousand Five Hundred I Resolution of the Council of the . ....oo..t .. . .o... . ..
5;. Upper and Under World Here and make slit '4 inch long in one side of trend of the market, and / make Dollar In Nineteen leara "' City of Klsslmmee on February ISth

Hereafter." Everybody. welcome. kumquat, then place in kettle with prompt payments upon sale of pro. The Interest and prlnclppal py'able j' 191*. a copy of which. I* hereto .attached .. .00000000000"0..0.0.00_
water sufficient to cover and boil for duce. In Moltl <>r It* equivalent at Chasn and published.The
On
Friday night_February 21 following qualll\ed voter are
un- National New
Bank York City. Said
: der the ausoices of the Sunday school 10 minutes. 'Pour this water off and Permanent trade connections are HUN!>"; to lie Issued for the purpose hereby oppotnted to serve a* 'officer Salt Fish
teachetrs. the Christian church will drop the kumquats into a boiling essential to successful marketing. herelnliefoie set put and the funds of said Special Bond Election: ..
_ _ solution Frequent changes of dealers credit and property of the City of J. M milson. Jr. 11 C. .8f\11tord. .
'hold sugar made by adding 1 lb. shouldbe
a "get-together" social at th- Klsslmmee pledged for their H. N. Bratton and E D Kata.I Direct From Our Fishing Boats
redemp-
home of Mrs. W. B. Crawford. All of sugar to 1 qt. of waterBoil slow avoided. Connections should be WITNESS WHEREOF I have
members and friends aie urged to ly until the syrup gives a slight jelly made in a number of places to enable tion.Section 2. That an election be heldat hereunto net my hand as Mayor of the To You
plan to attend. test. Pack kumquats in jars and shippers from overstocking or glutting a date to be determined by theCouncil City of Klsslmme. Florida and causedthe
corporate seal of said city to be -
strain them. the markets. who .will of the City of Klsslmmee. at '
syrup over Paitiallyneal Shippers which election the question to be sub. hereto affixed and the same attestedhv Delicious, Fresh Caught Salted
GOLF INSTRUCTIONS.Parties and process! pint jars 15 minutes I put their produce into attractive milled to the electors ot said City. having the City Clerk this 18th |Iday of
: seal while hot. (Most of the packages and well graded, need haveno the Qualification prescribed by February, A. D 1919.. Fish, direct to the consumer by ,
desiring instructions in seed remain in the fruit fear of getting best Section: Kitfl of the General Statute (SEAL) J B CADEL. prepaid parcel
Golf are requested to communicate prepared by buyers at the of the mate of Florida shall be the AttestMayor or CIty of KlaslmmeeJ post or express -
with Alfred this recipe, but if kuinquats! are cut prices. Sucoessful marketing is onlya Issuance of the Bond herein above R GILBERT 15 lbs for $2.00.
t Nelson professional, Kmgimme In halves either after they are question of honesty and efficiency. set forth. And'the Mayor shall forthwith Clerk of City of Klsslmmee. -

Golf Club. 9lt. moved from the soda( water or nt both ends of the line. ..([81rJue his proclamation for the I Special price in Barrel lots. .
the re.1 said election and shall give public no. A IIKSOLVTION..
parboiling most of the seeds
I' lice by publishing said If
,SuWrilv:._ . for $h(. Vnllev f!"T<.tt... 1 h.. fBBJIv removed). !*:!(lh4" prirM. for the Valley OnisiMwntcitcf ; ,.. ...: In five consecutive.. : l Issues!.proclamation In n. newspaper A Resolution Providing for the Issuance you have never tried our
Crystallzed Salt
- --- -- published In the city. the saIdpuilIcations by the City of Klsslmmee of Dry Fish you
to be Immediately prior Bonds for the purpose of raIsing have missed a rare treat.
I
to the date of
Bald election. Funds for the use of said City. said
Section 3. That the form of ballot Funds to be used for the constructionof
to be uned at the election shall be a Bulkhead and Fill along that portion THE ST. GEORGE CO.
substantially as follow: '
of Lake TohopekallKa lying with
"Hilda I Mallot. Municipal Bulkh..ad'Uon.1 In the City Limit of the City of Klsslmmee SLJeorge on the Gulf
Election March 16th. A. D 1 49" and for the Improvement of
Make. a Cross (X) mark before. thequestion certain street ltngwithin the filled APALACHICOLA FLORIDA
of your.cholce). area and for the submission of the
question of such Issuance of BONDS
, VOTE FOR ONE. I to an election of the qualified electorsof
the City pursuant to Section lost
For Bond for Bulkhead and fill and 1061 of the General Statute of
ing; that portion of the lake the State of Florida Acts 1906.
front of Lake Tohopekallga and Section 1. That should the Issuanceof
Are ? the Improvement of certainstrects BONDS aggregating the total sum
YouReady
therein lying within the of 81.500.00.. be authorized by the I BEAUTYPARLOR \
limits of the City of KlsslmmeeAgainst qualified electors of the City at aSp..clal ,

Election to be proclaimed by
Bonds for
Bulkhead and the Mayor. under the said Resolutionof *'
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filling that portion of the lakefront Council. this Council pledged Itself .
'
If some one came along with a nice business which you-would Ihe of Lake Tohopekallga and a. the official governing body of the
Improvement of
I like to have and offered to cell it to you what would you do-What. streets therein lying within certain the City of of Klsalmmee said BONDS. to expend fpr the the purpose proceeds -
I limit of the City of Klsslmmee.
.
a met out// In said Resolution.
could do
?
you Passed In open session this llth day
Section 4. Should the Issuance of of February A. D 111*. at a regular
I aid Bonds be authorised by the required adjourned meeting of the said CounciLF.
Look (ar enough ahead and realize that such a thing will happen ... vote of two.third. of the electors H. LAWSON. ROOM61GRAYSTONI
qualified to vote In a Municipal President of the Council of the City of
f some day and begin to prepare for it now. Bond election under the Oeneral StatUtes I (SEAL) Klsslmmee.J .
1k I or the State of Florida a. aforesaid : HOTEL
I Jhy B.flmmee.;:; I II
then said Bond shall be Issued Clerk of ,
I Start a Bank account here and be ready> to according to lair, and the Council I Approved this 12th day of February,
-, grasp opportunity shall before such issuance provide bvOrdinance A. D. UU.I Miss Miriam Skilton
' for independence when it ii offered. for the retirement of said I JOHN a CA DEL.
Bond at maturity and for the pay. Mayor of the City of Klsslmmee.

a Same rate of interest paid on'. both large and small accounts in ment Passed of Interest In open upon session same.this 12th Hair Dressing Manicuring
.5 day of February A. D. UU. I QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY IN. ,
our saving department.Citizens .
I' F. H. LAWSON,
.
i 1 President of the Council of th.--City of ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND Scalp and face
(HEAL) Klsslmmee Massage
ELECTION. I '
R. GILBERT
/Clerk of Kissimmee.: and

Bank A.Approved I 3). 1819. this llth 'day of February, AD person entitled to Tote la the I. Shampooing

: JOHN B. C (DEL. foregoing Bond Election must. be rer- '
... I ws.s. Mayor of the City of Kllram Utered Phone 131 (for
,refer in the City of Khan.meew .- Engagement or

(. ., OF KISSIMMEE 'WD.S lNGSmMPI HESOUJTIOM. restduif therein at the time ol Call in Person

':; 4I..VltUVTWa I. J. 8. Cadel. Mayor- of the said City the election, owning real estate thereia,
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of
y .-, Th'b&awidtLiaeiiisility&iJwiluug. Klsslmmee do hereby proclaim and mast ka.. paid taxes on. real estate HolII'I -il
,. I ._ and declare, that a special bond 1 .6 ?.
-. Tneu to SERVE election by the elector of said city . for the year last doe thereon.
'- I qualified to vote In a> bond election un- i .It. I.o.OOOO'I.OOOOOOI.O..OOOOICr: : : I : : :
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