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 21, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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t.BOARD: OF TRADE GETS DOWN 1 Board of Trade I Ir CHAPTER HOUSE REOPENED !'




TO ,BUSINESS-NEW OFFICERS _I AS REST ROOM FOR PUBLIC .;

Regular meeting of the board of Trade at the Council Chamber ,
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The Kissimmee Board of Trade the approval of the meeting. The tonight, when the following matters will. come up .for. discussion, I Kissimmee is again to have a restroom I

held an enthusiastic meeting Friday Hart Memorial building on Stewart Bulkbeading and beautifying the Lakeshore; stopping seining in I Iake' BOLD BURGLARS,, WORKIN so .sa)"' the Board of Trade and I

night in the city hall 'which was well,' avenue which is furnished and fully ( Tohopekaliga;, Hotel, accommodations; more brick streets; auto I City Council, and when these powerful '
1 attended by the business men here' equipped and needs only a lioness to Vl .KISSIMMEE LAST WEEK organizations .make such a decis-
who are determined\ to leave no stone open its doors to, the public was selected ,tourist camp; beautifying yards and homes. Three burglaries occurred In Kis. ion and agree to supply the. necessary

unturned that will contribute to thecity's as, the logical 4 place tor( Kis- :!: These are all important questions and it is .hoped there 'will b.j simme fast week, and up to date the funds there can be no doubt of the result -
,
its .
simmee to keep house to "i'
open
< prosperity.The ,
annual election was hejd which many visitors. The' city council made j a large attendance. clue officers that have would been lead unable to the identity to find of'a At the Board of Trade meeting Fri

resulted in putting: a strong group of i appropriation' mst year for this the culprits, day night the sum of $40 per' month,
men in office for the year 111111'J ney'' nurpose and Dr. W. W. Carson F, H. <+:-o-........:.<-<- >-: :-.:.<- daas <<-o-.X.. v Entrance, to the home of W. .F, Parker for a period of three months was voted -,
ire: Lawson and G., *M. Taylor, membersof 1-----------------------------------------------__________________ on 1\I bbette. street, was from the two bodies, and Mr. J. M. \
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1'rosident-H. C. Stanford.VicePresident the council! whot, were present, by raising a window the kitchen gained Willson and S. B. Aultman were ap
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..4 -A. S. Nelson. pledged that body for $25 a month } I'lifter which the thief the pointed a committee to take the mat
Secretary-S. L. Lupfer for the next four months for the 'pur CONVICTS PAVINGST. CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE i door open, and then packed propped a box of ter in charge '

Treasurer-E..D. Katz. pose of again opening the chapter 'groceries to carry away with him., lie Then conferred with the Hart Memorial
,Everyone of these men are "live house. The Board! of Trade set aside then went into the room of Mr. Park. committee, which has secured
",'!.res" and it i lt! safe to predict: that I I the sum of $15 a month toward paying CLOUD ROAD TO BOOST BULKHEAD cr's young son, and was rummaging Miss Maude. Alice Wagner! for the
I hostess and left the matter in possition of hos.tess.Miss
this' will be a red letter year in the a around. The noise awoke Mr. Parker, Wagner
history', of, thin organization. the hands of J. M. Willson, Jr., andS. --:-- . who turned on the electric switch, will keep the house open between the
it. was quite natural that civic' improvements I B. Aultman.A Road Superintendent L. R. .Farmer Chairman H. C.. Stanford, of the lighting the whole house. Thinking hours of 9) a. m. and bp. m. each day
should be the topic for regular talk feat followed whena' began laying brick on the St. Cloud Board of Trade, announces the following the noise came from the kitchen, he except Sunday. The pleasant roomsof
consideration, but so deeply interested -] number splendid projects were road this week, and in, a short time campaign committee; whose hurried to the back part of the house, the building may be used by the
t, are the members in the ,bulkhead mentioned, every one of. them necessary the three mile stretch of bad road duty lit| will be to see the voters of passing his son's room. Mrs..< Parker public generally. It la the intentionof
projec twhich is now so nearly within to the welfare 'Of the city,* the between Kissimmee and St. Cloud Kissitnmee personally and urge upon followed him and on reaching the the committee to add new book
.. reach that it was difficult to leave 1 i|I short street ends'connecting ,with tilt will be but an unpleasant memory. them the importance of qualifyingand boy's room, stuck her head in the to the library at an 'earl? date. '
that subject for other developments, I Dixie Highway on the south and the For several weeks now seven teams voting for the improvement of door, when she encountered a man The public reception to winter via-
I. in fact it ,was a bulkhead meeting, I I hard surfacing on the cast of Kissim-: '1 of mules and wagons have been hauling the lakefront: with a stick drawn back and ready itors which has been so popular in the ,
first, last and always. I|,l I' .nice should be paved+ with at little and placing the material along C. A, Carson, chairman; C. W.I to strike. She jumped back, at the past years will, be'' resumed, the first I
:Mr. G. M. Taylor brought up the delay. as possible; all sorts of small the roadway, and this part of the Ward. J.S.Cadel, Mt Katz, W. W. same time'* calling her husband who event to be next Friday evening;
i question of seining in Lake TohopeJtaliga I[ industries (and large ones for that (work is.-complete.: with the exceptionof son, S. L. Lupfer, Pat Johnston car-I rushed to her assistance and arrived when Mrs. S. B. Aultman Mr. W. L.
and at ,the close of a general'1 mutter' ) should be encouraged to locate about a quarter of a mile. Ies.lov. W. C. Bass, W. II. . just in time to see the burglar make Winn, Mrs. Rohers on. Mrs. McPhat- .
discussion it seemed the unanimous I I I here; an auto camp should be The paving and grouting will be M. Willson, Sam Lupfer, H. M. Breaker a dive through the window, carryingwith ter. and Miss.Elizabeth Doneyan, will
opinion that the law which prohibits [ provided for tourists; a paint crusade. done by the convict gang tender the II. :M. Katz, J. L. laves, Ernest I'I him a part of the window cur-I I be hostesses.
seining in any fresh water lake is being I I should be instituted when every shabby supervision of Mr. Farmer, which is Green, J. R. Gilbert, J. H. Redditt, |tain, the sash and screen. Mrs. Roberson was appointed chair-
constantly violated here. Mr. J. M. J or near shabby house in town '''a sufficient guarantee that it will be Eugene Bryan, J. E. Lupfer, G. The homel'of J. W. Miller and L. J. man of the decorating committee for
WIllson stated that when this state would appear in a fresh, clean 'coat of 'done right. I Prather. Alan MacDonough. W. n'l Denning were also entered, the for this evening; Miss Aultman of the ;,
Jaw was enforced the government paint;; attractive homes and yards;j This road has been closed for several Crawford, J. Wade Tucker, R. T. Butler mer losing some provisions and the program committee and Miss Wag ,',
would take steps to stock the lake with plenty of flowers should' be encoaraed days and autos and other vehicles J. L. Overstreet, C .L. Bandy G.I I latter a purse containing $20., ner of the refreshment committee.
with game fish. and lu soon as the bulkhead 'are now forced to use the old road M. Taylor-Leon Fennel], Conrad Bryan .The receptions will be held on Tues.
The Board of Trade decided to appeal is complete: ] the surface drainage of via Rosehill cemetery. Ernest Mach. NO INDICATION THAT PAVINGCO. day evenings with the exception of
Kis immee should be given special at- the one next week.MASQUERADE .
to the civic pride of local fishermen WILL COMPLETE CONTRACTSome :

and ask them to desist from sein- tention.I Fred S. Gilbert and Fred M. pass. Mrs.. X.'Rohweder, from Toledo, 0? weeks 'ago it was announcedthat
The Board of Trade has '
ing here. This class of people are now seven- were among the Kissimmeeitcs attending in here to spenda couple of weeks in the State Road Commission had BALL
members who have
favored by a special Jaw. wliich permits ty-five pledged the South Florida Fair at Kissimmee. She is a guest at the ordered the Alabama Paving Company I AT COUNTRY CLUB
and of
their time a certain amount
their fishing in the other lakesin '
,
Tampa Wednesday. Park hotel _
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to complete: its contract of I
Osceola Lake money eac hmonth to further the int.'rl't I. pav-
county ( Tohopekali- - - ing the Dixie Highway between Kis- A masquerade ball will be given\ at' .
and East Lake only copied ) and of Kisbiinmee.. These are a'lpram'ncnt '1 ----I
when va they feel that they are injuring I : citizens who are conneetedfinmcially ''r 11I I simmee and Loughman, and it was the country club Tuesday night under
expected that the work would be immediately the auspices of the golf club. Prizes
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with the city. They
are
the in which live it is :
they :
section resumed and the unpaved will be given for the best
ntent with this number how- gentleman
not ,
will further <
thought they give no St. Cloud
trouble.\ However, to be on the safe over but are urging an active! mem- I Department :portion between this city and Campbell and best ladies costume, and for the !

side, the Hoard of Trade will appealto I bcr')ni> camnniirn under the suner- I filled in. > most original costume. ,
the officers of the law' also urging vi"ion of A. S. Nelson and E. .D. Katz I II I II Up to the present however, there For those who have no cars a jitney ,t
It is certnlnhat' with thee two men. has been no indication that the company service will be run from the Gray-
that the state law ,be enforced to the! -
1 NEWS AND NOTES OF THE "WONDER CITY", : would comply with the order of stone hotel and from the home of
ns \\heel-horsos! the membership ubounu i I
letter. J., M. Willson, Jr., Dr. W.: W. .
to the commission, and in the meantime Mrs. S. 11. Bullock, on Clyde avenue.Gentleman's .
I hundreds of autos their ticket 75c ladies ticket
plough
way ; :
committee to look after The Board of Trade will hold weekly I
appointed a and ; through the sand and their occupantsjust /B0i(:, These will be on sale at theM :
nights '
this matter. meetings on, Friday "cuss" and the blame at the Katz Osceola Hardware and C.
II.
lay
The city rest room was proposed as note the progress its activities will be Anson McGill left on Thursday ly to; forget the attitude of the .city doors< of '

a constructive measure and ,this met noted_ i _nthe Gazette.GRAYSTONE _ _ _ I' last for a business trip to the No t\1.\ council at the recent recall election, Osceolacounty..------ -- --_Stanford ,stores. _________ _.__ _ ___
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Messrs. J. E. and M. Button the
7 -- -- Ogden nor uncalled for manner in which
l left Tuesday evening for the Soldiers the present mayor was attacked.

Home at Johnson City, Tenn. There is a day of reckoning ahead; $50,000 PUBLIC BUILDING IS ;

S SILVER TEA FOR Y. W. C. A. fair Mrs.Mabel at Tampa Bracey this week.is attending the and probably after the there election.Mr. will .be many surprises I

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spencer, of and Mrs. Haley have the sym-
Iowa who have been touring the state pathy of the entire community, at
; WAS BRILLIANT SOCIAL EVENT I and been staying for a'few weeks at the heavy loes.they recently sustained REPORTED FOR KISSIMMEE L..J
the Hotel St. Cloud, left on Wednes- when their bath 'house and pavilion .

day for their northern home. was destroyed: by fire. St. Cloud's -.,!. '. ......r-- .,. -_
-- _- Mrs. Charles Johnson left on Wed- White Elephant, commonly called the -- -
The silver tea given' at the Gray- nesday to attend the fair at Tampa.Mr. ten thousand dollar 'fire engine, started u Washington, Feb.. 15.-(Special.)-'
stone Friday afternoon for the benefit and Mrs, John Mallott, Miss off for the fire and broke down en Following are the Florida Items in the
of the Y. W. C. A. special Edith Malott and T. W. 'Rogers, were I route. The tax payers have a heavy KISSIMMEE SOLDIERS public building bill reported today by
I peace
work was one of the pleasantest social WILL OPEN the dinner guests on Sunday of Mrs.G. bill facing them, as it is'still to be the public buildings committee, of
I s ;< events of the season; and was W. Daugherty, the occasion being paid for. It is afine engine in its which Congressman Frank Clark, of
( her 76th birthday. but utterly unsuited and HOME FROM FRANCESergeants Florida, is chairman:
way unnec-
attended the visitor
, } ;largely by women '
lit'' in Kissimmee, as well as the .home DINING ROOM MONDAY Miss Willa Riley'arrived here cessary in St.; Cloud; where there are I Marianna, $84,000; DeFuniak
I .. Thursday evening to spend the week only two entire blocks paved. On the' Springs, $40,000; Kissimmee, $50,000; '
;j.eople.\,; :, end with her '! streets it Clearwater, $45.000; Madison $45
/ parents-.Mr.andMrs.; sandy' or muddy is useless. Leon Fennell, Ernest and
So'r ,
great was the interest in the The Graystone Hotel Operating .W. W. Riley. From time to time the Tribune has James 'Bill 000; Quincy $50,000; Fort Myers,
Aahton Lee
Mc
f'i cause that it became almost a community Company was formed this week and Elvin Oliver $10,000; Monticello: $50,000 Plant
Farria spent Tuesday in Or- announced that a real Home Bank ;
I tea, for Mrs. H. C. Stanford Lean, Will Fortenberry Bob Smith ..
will take over the ntangement of the lando. was in the course of formation, and City, $10,000.Senator .
chairman for Kissimrnee, toad the cooperation hotel at once. The company procureda Mr. Riley, an attorney of, Marietta that it would .have such extensive Roy Graves, Homer Tindall, Garfield Fletcher was today advised
of the public generally. I lease on the building and is making Ohio, who has been visiting his brother connections as 'to obviate the neces- Reag lI. end corporals Eddie Duke I by Chairman Edward Hurley of the
Ex-Senator A. E. Donegan was a preparations to open the dining room W. W. Riley, left on Wednesday sity of charging exchange on its customers and Will Mason Tiller, landed in New shipping board, who has just returned
courteous: host and extended the use to the public Monday. for bis northern home. checks. York from France .Jan. 81, and after, from France, where he went with the
of the hotel and grounds, then' Grenville Brown, -of Cleveland 0., Daniel F. Molter of Alyquippa Pa., The announcement now the usual detention limit were sent to president, that he would recommendto
appears
took a keen interest In providing for and W. W. Marmaduke, of Hotel arrived, last Wednesday and is locatedat that the capital stock is to be $25,000, Camp Gordon and were honorably the board of trustees of the shipping
; the comfort of the guests, as did the Maxwell, N. Y., will have a prominentpart the Farris 'Hotel. and that the books will be open on the discharged, reaching here on Saturday board that the proposition on

hotel management. I in the new company, and Mrs. Garfield Regan came in Sunday, 215th of February, to receive subscriptions . and Sunday. Most of this group the Bruce Drydock company of Pen-
j The tea was carefully planned for I II Blackmore will continue as having been acros the seas, and is at Dr. Pope's office. volunteered with Company B about sacola to construct a large drydock
I :and Mrs. L. H. Ingram, chairman of tendent of the service. superin-I mustered out. Dr. Pope is a very estimable gentleman three years ago and are just home there costing $500,000 be accepted.This .
I .. the attendance committee carried out The travelling public Mr. and Mrs. Woodin were the dinner but in this case there is absolutely from overseas service. was one of the first matters
1 :a publicity program that thoroughly greatly discommoded this winter by': guests on Wednesday of Mr. and no necessity for the proposed Kissimmee has had every reason to I which received the attention of Mr.
advertised the coming event. On the lack of hotel facilities here and Mrs. William Phipps, on Marylandavenue. institution. be proud of her splendid young menwho I. Hurley after he returned here from
Friday morning the members of Mrs. Kissimmee has lost many desirable .. The Bank of Saint Cloud has for have played so fine a part in the his European trip. .
H. M. Hall's class in telegraphy procured people who would have spent a por- Mr. Urford and Mr. Coad, of Can- the past year, amply filled every needin world war and to say* that every man.I The construction of this large dry-
penants and banners, along I tion of their winter at least in this ton, III., came in last week and are this town. Its officials are cour- woman and child here Is rejoiced to dock will enable Pensacola to' compete
with horns and whistles then made a I pretty city.structed guests, at the Hotel St. Cloud. teous, and conduct their business ina welcome them home wouldn't half express : with other yards on the Gulf coast
tour of the city informing the public' ,Mr. and Mrs. A. Rogers, who have business like manner- favoritism it. They are simply "tickledto and will mean much for the ,commercial -
through a megaphone, of the pleas- been death" to have the' boys home life of that city. '
of banboo and interwinedwith spending the winter'in Jacksonville no 'good", looks or winning ways-If
.
tires of the,tea. Mrs. Wm. Potter of flame vine. Roses were used and the {past two weeks in Cocoa you need financial, assistance :you can again.
Lafayette, Ind., kindly proffered her everywhere-pink, 'red. white.and yellow were calling on friends in St. get it, provided you can come across ALLEGED BOOT-LEGGER
MISS ANNE CARSON IS
car: and chauffeur for this trip. beauties; tall bud vases holding Cloud on Sunday, while on their ,way with the necessary security. ARRESTED BY SHERIFFTom
The guests began to assemble earlyin single roses, larger vases with bouquets to St. Petersburg, for a short stay There are some soreheads in town, 'SERIOUSLY ILL IN ENGLAND,
the afternoon and were received at and even jardineers massed Mr. Bert Brigman who has been presumeably among those who were Simpkins, colored who runs a
the front entrance of the Graystone with roses Miss Jean Caldwell chairman :- spending the winter on the east coast so accustomed to the slip-shod waysof Just before going to press we learn pressing club next to the Manhattan
l>v Mrs. S. B. Aultman, or a member of the decoration committee and was the guest on Tuesday of Mr. and the old First National, that they that Mr. C. A. Carson received a telegram hotel and who has been under suspicion .
of. her reception committee, then con- Miss Bay her assistant certainly Mrs. John Houston, going to Orlandoand cannot reconcile themselves to strictly this morning which reads as as a peddler of joy juice for some
ducted to the rear veranda where the ''provided a treat for the winter visi- DeLand. ] business methods. The deposits in follows: I time, was arrested by Sheriff Ingram
most of the afternoon was spent. At tors in the lavish display of flowers.At Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Francher spent this bank are secured, nor does it "Liverpool, EnglandAnne Carson I Monday night and lodged in the
oneside of this entrance tea tables I the close of the tea the roses' were Thursday in Kiasimrnre. charge its customers exchange. Exchange seriously ill, pneumonia, Knotty' county jail charged with selling liquor
were arranged and on the other was The "Kitchen Band" entertainment is chiefly charged to those Ash Hospital." When arrested a pint bottle of
an artistic booth, seemingly con- (Continued on Page 8);). given by the Westminister Circle on persons who form the floating popu- (Signed) Bowers Am. Y. M. C. A. whiskey was found In his pocket.CHM'N. .
WWflWJWm.flJW.rMORE Friday night last, in the hall, was enjoyed lation, coming and going all the time. .. '
by a large and appreciative audience People who talk so gibly about not
TEAM WORK NEEDEDIN. and a goodly sum was ,made charging exchange, are not aware of STANFORD APPOINTS
which will be used in a good cause. the heavy expense a bank 1 is put to, 'I
KISSIMMEE RIGHT NOW Last week's Tribune contained from one years end to another, for BOARD TRADE COMMITTEES '
many Interesting items. First we expressage on currency shipped in.
,. --- -- note that the Editor has secured the The present bank pays out thousandsof --

The bulkhead proposition is now The plan proposed by which this services of a gentleman whom he describes dollars, in currency, monthly to The following committees have Advertising
1. jfairly up to the property owners of wall and fill can be made and the as "Jackarcrack," who is to the Veterans, whose pension certifi- been appointed by H. C. Stanford, W. B. Harris chairman ; A. T.
Kissimmee and from now till the fif- streets improved is a practical one. write up the town in the jolliest kind cates are cashed free of charge. It president, to serve the Kissimmee Snodgrass, J. McPhatter, J, E. Lup
It has the endorsement of the Boardof of a manner, and incidentally to so- is said that plans have been drawn Board of Trade for the coming year: fer, J. S. Cadel.!
teenth of March every thought shouldbe Trade, it has the approval 'of the licit subscriptions at a very favorablerate for the erection of a new bank build- Manufacturing Plants and" New Entertainment.J. .

subservant to, that of making this city council and it now rests with the ; any one who wishes to subscribefor ing on the lot between the St. Cloud Enterprises. E. Lupfer, chairman; W. J. Steed
the greatest electoral victory in the people generally whether Kissimmee two years can have the paper for Hotel and the Stanford store. The A. S. Nelson, chairman; J. Wade G. C. Livingston W. S. Graham, Car-
city's history. I will sleep on with realty :values be- $3.00 instead of $4.00. Very kind, concensus of opinion seems to be Tucker. A. J. MacDonough, F. H. son Farmer.
Kissimmee's future is hanging in coming less and less, with rents go- but who knows what may happen be- against", the project, as being entirely Lawson, R. A. Snyder: .
the balance and every voter should ing lower and lower, or whether thereis fore the year rolls by. Papers sell unnecesary. Finance Municipal Improvements.E.
realize the necessity of team work at enough oneness of Interest hereto out, and come to grief so often that I The St. Cloud Development Com and AudiUaf. C. Bryan, chairman; Milton
W. W. Carson, chairman; II. M. Pledger, A. Rosen, C. A. Carson, Jr.,
this time. the make it the St.
start on up-grade and it strikes your corespondent that one pany has opened an office in
Katz. C. E. Yowell G. M.
Bulkheading the lakefront may not the real live town nature intended it year at a time is quite long enoughto Cloud Hotel, and it ready to transact Taylor, S. W. II. Arnold.
be your idea of what should be done to be. subscribe to any paper. business. The announcement is also R. Chapman Drainage "Special."
in Kissimmee now, but it is dead sure If the bulkhead is your plan boostit. Then we have the political an made, that if you have a cow or horse Immigration end Commercial S. B. Aultman chairman; E. L.
that if the bulkhead were defeatedat If it is some other fellow's plan, nouncements. Levi! Sham how. a for- or a piano, you can trade it for a lot. I Relations Green, M. M. Javens. E. L. Lesley, A.
the elction, that very defeat would boost it anyway, because it is before mer mayor, is anxious to fill the position -, It might be a good idea if the com- D. G. Wagner,',chairman; J. M. J. MacDonough.
sentence the city to a prolonged period the people, and makfng a '(success of again: pany would open up a second-hand Willson, Jr., C. H. Grantham, M. Katz,
of inaction. On the other hand a this issuewill make it possible to. develop W. G. King, at the earnest solicita- furniture' store, and trade lots for G. P. Garrett. Miss Ella Mae Gilbert and her '.
,, little team work now would make a 'the city along other lines of tion of a great number of people] furniture too. There is alwas a pret- Traasportation-Rall"'ay and Water brother Pratora re expected home
reality of the development of Kissim industries. places himself again before the public ty good: demand for such. '. C A. Carson, chairman; C. W. tomorrow to spend the week-end with
mee and would pave the way for fur- Team work is what is needed just for re-election. Then follow others. Time presses. Other interestingitms Ward, S. L. Lupfer, J. S. Cadel, Pat :Mr. and Mrs. J. Rx Gilbert. They are r
ther projects. now. I The citizens of St. Cloud, are not like- may follow. Johnston. both employed in Jacksonville. ,
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i T L TWO HiE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919

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._: "DR.. Caldwell's SyrupPepsin: has URGES '"OLD AGE STARTS

: ; roved .more'"satt.sfact9ry than ADVERTISERS TO KEEP AT IT

. KIDNEYS
other WITH YOUR
j :.;; any laxative I have used. The other M
: ever
.",, : Jacksonville, Feb| 10.-(Special."H : .)- '<'ul when advertising was miaunder- of water The on .t1mul& e.
: members of my family: also use it and we 'recommend is the desire of the department of stood us capable of performing! mira- weakened 1I..I..n"! my kidneys that and old digestive al8 Learns organs with. the wallow\ kidney action and *n ble.whlebcau.e the
lultor to stimulate business by suggesting 1es and unfortunately used by fit ma'which organs to throw off the polaona .
This being' true, It t I. ry! to believe! old allie New life and
it to present advertisers that : failed to properly profit fromit. and dl- premature
h highly. thaI by kccplnu the kidneys .. aa you continue thy
they iiu-renHc' their space and l to prospective Then came a few years of highly; gesttve.organs cleansed l : and In proper treatment cWhen completely restored
F.om a Interto I Dr Caldwell mitlrn by advertisers that they bring/ theoretical advertisingluring; / which working older, old age can be d..r..rr.dand continue taking a capsule or two each
that en-
life far bxyotid oil
prolonged/: MlSUAt. Haarlem I Capulrn -
y (Mr. Chailcrfrrik, tUII f> N.Sih Street,) l I their .plans" to u ht'ad'uml .start adveitlfinjf ilH 1'11'nJue was rfubmerged, by the Joy&d by .the average person day will GOLD keep you In health and visor
I'htlade11tut" ; l ,, fa.n immediately. experiments ,attempted in its name. For 200 OOLI1 MKDALitlaarlem and prevent a return or the dtanuBe.lx .
.. 'The surest anti quickest! way tobl'inA' About ten years ago the. profess over Oil has yearn been relieving thewenknessss o'nut wait until old ana or dl.......
business back to its ph'e-tvar basis sional advertising wen began to get and dlaiblMty duo to ..d.! have settle down l for good.! brf Go of to(..OIOJMKUAL. yourIniKKlut
and Bet a x.
1J Die Caldwell's i i is to overcome tho'.general apathy 'Ill( thing'! down to a basis of practical vxnclntr honn ywrs.rwmmly It and!la l a needs standard. no Inlro-olutmift ( Haarli-m' OH hopyou.! !' See
to buying \vhich exixlH\ in the miiid.' I lil"lln1"01'1(1' 1Lt.1"'(>.senl. Advertisingwill / in doing so its remarkable, car in odorless, t.'el"i cHpmilf"ont UKH. Bu,.,remember,,,,,,, tit>Ll1 to MKUAl aah.for brand.I lh
: do ;U1I s..F.. ''piicHics hive( disclosed themselves intlu'iiv.true "lnlnic.a* about would S a drops pill :with sne1i.a small'l'akethem I original In pealed '" ckagesr -
you
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"We would Ji1 Pepsin !' 'I 'e more was -, .r--.yt_.wa
: : SN"rup. ..- rw w w ww w--www-w..,.ww -w+w -- .
} and more national advcrtiling. jthc war <''iime on advertising stood -- . . -
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.! I'l'lId"anti willing to undertake the -
I i... The Pt.l'ftct.Lilxa .1"" 'Thc// statements/ by pic formatted bill l bnf overcoming in a few shoe' t
"';Ji, : ( ve I and 'rdurntipn service of the Unitc.il iitontlH' the effects of forty years' pr"alllit >
."TV'tffr. I Stables dcpuitment of 'labor constitute -.: propaganda wOI'k.b}' the Germam. -
:<... ; : Sold Druggists ' I f'I remaikablc, tchtimony to the cHiHencv.nrtd The Jesuit ,i- history< in the
; . .. by Everywhere power of advertising. 'making( of which advertising/ played
OR
'. ..' FOR SALE
!; f/ .,. ,. ; 1, They lire contained in communication most creditable,
a in part.
::1;: 50 (Gv: :;) $1.00() .
: .,, cts, from Hol"V./ Bah..o"he"tli.. j "F", thc winning of the war"'it wa
vi-ctpr general of the service now KO-",neet'sxtil'y to have unified/ spirit and
.., :' j log out $W ,the accredited lidvcrtlainirii determination on the part of one, .hundred I
A .con binatioti of simple laxative herbs with !Tt>iipi<>((4 .of the country, solii-HuiK million American people of evciV -
their ,'("opi'rution. Among- the UJTPIIiftjuosted blood and descent, previously divl.lid .
,: ,pepsin t1 nets in an easy', natural l way: apdis, des! t<. extend this, is thenlOmaK into groups of antagonistic
: Advertising servicO" of thin, by their diversity of inter-
\ as safe for children as it is ] ijhuracter
positivcly.cffcctivc
; h on the Strongest' constitution, A trial bottle The action; ( of the department of Uluir 'for unity of purpose to the great end .
in thus undo)"taking to emphasize ought! I by the armed" forces of tho .
can be obtained. free of charge by writing to I the importance of advertising as II' United States. was carried into the

," ;.1)r.V.. I B) Caldwell, Washington Street IC-IMC n>< well its a commercial. force is homes and brought into' the consciousne ,
lin lint l with the policy: of '()tlwl' .s of practically]) .every mm: ; -..vomint -
Monticello! Illinois. . I"+r 1IIwIWII of the nutioiui(' government, and child living under the stars ,
'
lit ii WHlt'I'IIt..O.lntl. IK directlv" Hue and t."ilwl4.} Advertising sold the war

__ n_ __ . .-- -- -,- ,--- .- --- -.- tll the wonderful/ achieyemeiiLN' of display ;'just Us\, it Bells merchandise. of W. D.
l space in advertising! the inll.'l'estl'of "Xow: that the war has been' won dwelling property
1 If the disk harrow is
PREPARING FOR BIG CORN sshtn .broken
various' war activities, land" the world is confronted, l with enarmounly < -
.. uvallablu, the iiiunun.'e may be' applied Burkam situated No. 104 '
l !- '
YIELDS.A lifter )ineaking and mixed( with ihe Referring. / to this matter yesterday, ] important reconstructittrohle'ivis. ** ,
(iJeirernon Thomas said 1: "Fur more in the solution which the,
soil immeduituly with the t disk. "With i|It! linn a quarter' of modern I'nited, States is called on to face a Cherry street. Corner lot. Ga-
( a century
circular lellei! Irsued! by G. I., this i method till! land .should I l'e;( l broken i ,' .
advertising has been nullifying i itRt.1ffnl' crisis' in its affairs, advertisinu'will '
J llfrrinjitoiv I State ...oy,.' dull agent, not later! than rVhiuniy as the manure !\ period and 1
thexupieme tusk which to it again patriotically respond f' P"V Cement sidewalks
came
hag been sent to all dull boys IIdvil\in!\ will ml\e 'best results] when' applied / rage.
I two vcurs! ago upon the entrance of and all demands that may be made
them( to begin, ]JIJ''pllrllli.IS; at on< e early. '
the t'nited States into the it in understanding! manner modern .in
flrt's"II'w"rIIWIII' upon an driveway. Building
of I
for a big crop of ('II'n this year.! It :\I I11111111 j a quantity as two tons .' ItII1''n\ < \ placing itselfLi 1 In 'proportion as it was used intelligently -
suggested that each I buy break manure acre will lie helpful], !but' J
wan per '
(
1'011 sound and firm foundation of I bv I the governmental agenc'eJftoneerned :
Ills land be for ] ten tons be iced piolHably on particular with spaciousrooms.
nowjind ready Plgnt-l| ,,. may i!i known capacity for performance, ns well as by private en- every
' noils. -
| most 1
inn whlthe proper time i iSeed I II gradually: eliminating the inpfli<'iel1lI1Wlhnd" iterprises. individuals and communi'tie -
Breaking Land. !; Corn. < i' Good condition.
| mid of its the transition. from war to .
uicapable hien peace
earlier -
I The land should] be I btxiken, not ]less All corn club] boys who selectedxccil ] ,,''I i ,fagcs."Ihere conditionill he accomplished with
than seven indies deep) for food icmilts corn from their: plants. 'la.-t fall I 1 i /
was a time not 1 so lone .*<" la I minimum of friction and danger
u//
all lands' where it and have it free from! weeilswill
and except kept '' Present secured the
when 1 the real power of luhertminir 'Apparently thin. fact is fully understood owner
red J clay subsoil is near the surface i \ I leali/.e a big! profit from the ,
uiideixtood. information and edjca-
was fully mid utilized only] ) by the
may On be the broken small even farm deeper.the two-horse |, getting amount thin of, work Heed, coin.they have done in'''i', by classes! of business of doubtful value I lion t "service of the department- of la 'property for mortgage and is
to the There followed bor.
I moldboard plow is ned in caking. (', Kxeryone: who does not have i improved I! country an -
- - ---- ----------------------- -n - - of bargain
Where this implement is not available seed should! buy some, imp!0\- I- c I tired holding. A'great -
I '0 hv the club member is advised to put ed seed, grown if possible .in his own i THE[ RESULTS WONDERFUL Attorney General of the United .
:4, a pair of horses or mules to the one- lotrality. The county\ agents have addresses I II I VERY 'State, subject to call for argument somebody.
horse breaker as it is not practical to : of seedsmen and farmers who1\ on agreement of council. ;Meanwhilethe
break. land with one small .nnimal. I I I have good seed, corn f6r nalc.] I''JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, MAN Utnttd States and Great Britain
Barnyard Manure. Wilson !\Mclnnie Work. I, CLAIMS DRECO. THE NEW HERBAL [concluded a treaty for the protection If interested consult local
Barnyard manure is the l best kind Wilson ;Mclnnnie, a corn club boy of migratory birds in the United your
of fertilizer for corn, and it tends to living four .miles north of Atachua is i(II REMEDY EASED HIS STOMACH I I States and Canada and on' July :3, real estate communicate -
permanently build ur> the soil. There, plowing:' every\ day! on a large 111an. AROUSED HIS SLUGGISH 1M8! the president approved the Act agent or
in. enough barnyard manure wasted tation,, with a Moline tractor. Wilsonis I ,LIVER AND MADE HIM FEEL 'I of ('on I'els known as the Migratory with
e annually the average farm to enrich only twelve years old but has j GOOD ALL OVER. I 1)i..1) . Treaties Act, which superceded
ah acre or so of land. It shouldbe ]learned, to put into practice on a large I !the :Migratory Bird La\v of 1SH3! and
saved and applied on the corn land scale the ]lessons he learned as a corn whh'li'18 now in full]) operation in and
1 as it will usually ,give better results club Imy. lie is preparing for another j I' Just Le'aus'OU\ are not incapaci !!throughout the' United States. After!
r with corn than with other crop!!i.It i. I l good demonstration in the com hated,,' from your business or pleasure the passage of the ;Migratory Bird
matters little what method is club. the warning of stomach trouble .Treaties Act, the Shauver case pre. '
1 used 'n applying: manure if it is evenly ,should, not go unheeded or sctiout> results :seated merely a moot question, and Y.WAY ,.
dill 'butpd over the land. The ma- No Grt'atrllon of Heroism! RequiredIf me bound to follow. These .Ion the mil inst. the Attorney General
J' nure spreader is of course to be preferred some great action of' heroismwas I warnings take the form of dyspeps'a' I moved the court to dismiss the case, ,
1 : as it saves labor and does the necessary to protect a child from indigestion, dizziness nervousness! the motion being granted. There was
work thoroughly, l but if such machinery ircun, no mother would! hesitate\ to constipation, headache) )backache, ',',no occasion for and there was not a Phone 172 ORLANDO, FLA.
is not at hand, the manure is generally protect her offspring, but when it is pains in the back and side, that tired(decision of the Supreme Court in the
hauled out and thrown from the only necessary to keep at hand a bottle run down feeling and various 'other i matter. .'
k ;i 'wagon' with forks and shovels. Two .,of, Chamberlain's/ Cough Reedy,,symptoms! of sa., "deraii! eil I..r..stomaf.h., ; .JSifrnedT.i.v( '" 'r E. w: NELSON, .
'; men "can work well on one wa on.i,),,,1 j and give.).itjas :"soon! 'as':the firMt,.in &Manure \>p applied ions/ ( .' oupi'appenrsnfa there@ j >ndihonibvtfirecoSh} 1Jgreti herbal !\ 'J_ .
may beforet'orj O are "
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.fterlbreakln! If there is not,ntdiskj iSiinnyVwho: }IneK'.ectl'! : it1Llambeflaln'; ! pmpouII' "Under t h'.pnl1u4in! (' of i GROCER UP AGAINSTtlT k i 1 ..-, '\ ( '''J.

'f\|fiarow'on the farm it is 'ndvi |toapplv'the cough IRemedyf'\ within the$reachjofall .,. ,JJ'eat..restoruJf! eetfec.t.t IWfle 'lI1ptoms1"fapidl 1hai'ebeenupiaguinaitforthe\ ?..I"j, '(\\'tf1\: ;.'i"r.'" "!"""d'.v .
; manure before breaking as and is prompt and effectual- b8idpl t Jears"I11the ! past J"3'ears'suffering from'pain'in ', '
i it will he well mixed>,1 with the soil I liver, kildneys', bladder, and. enables I I'my stomach and side until I was.considering '
I these organs to perform their : ; giving up my grocery business Will Sell Shoes
The Strong Withstand the Winter proper functions; eliminates uric acid I Doctors and jiiedicine did not .
Cold Better Than the Weak I from the blood, which causes rheuma.I I help] me. I heard of Mayr's Wonderlful .
: You must have Health Strength and Endurance I A. E. DROUGHT tism and brings! back the flush of i j Remedy through a friend in Buf .
;' to fight Colds. Grip and Influenza. health to pale cheeks by enriching" falo. The first dose gave me more
I' When blood Is not In a healthy'' 115 Broad xay and purifying! the blood. benefit than all the medicine I Had .
your
Y, condition and does not circulate properly, 'I I I II :Many Florida people ore daily testifying taken before and am now feeling: as Only For Cash _
your fYltem .U unaUo.to withstand the Real Estate and Insurance to the good results )Dreco !gave: well as ever in my life" It is a simple
t, Winter cold.GROVE'S. I 't''t'I them; for instance Mr. 11. II. ;Meyer I harmless preparation that removes .
I TASTELESS Chill TONIC of !50!) W Bay St.. who says: I j the catarrhal mucus from the
I REPRESENTS 'I've suffered\ a long: time from indigestion intestinal tract and allays the inflammation -
\ Fortifies the System Against Colds, Grip and dyspepsia. Mv food did '
all
r and Influenza by Purifying and Enrichingthe The Home Insurance Co. of New not digest but, soured and lay heavy, I
Blood. York, the National Fire Insurance which made me 'Very un('omfortdhle.My .
One dose will
including appendicitis.
It contains the well-known tonic properties no shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstances.The .
of Quinine and Iron In a form Co. of Hartford, The Sun, and : liver was quite inactive and I was convince or money refunded.. J, Z
bilious most of the time. I had a Hobcrson and druggists everywhere.
acceptable to the moat delicate stomach
and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel many other reliable companies.I kidney disorder which was most an- government has'fixed the price of SHOES for all grades
hoying. Di'ero heinso highly! I spokenof FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
I iu Strengthening Invigorating Effect. 60c. I II I for these disorders Irot/ a bottle, !\1:4: ; a. m., Sunday School. :Mr. J. and the profit will now be too small to permit selling them on charge

,and it helped ,right away. I've taken L. ()Overstreet Supt.
j <-O: -<-X-Xo-o )o>-:......;..:+:..;..:..:..:-.:") :..;..:.-:-.:..:..;..):- -:":.':+:":";---'x--> two bottles now and can safely say 11:00:() a. m., Preaching by the Pas. accounts.
t that Jam'' better than 1 have been ina tor. Subject: "The Fingerprints of

long time. I eat anything I want God." Our Stock, however, will be kept( fully up to the usual standard,
and! have no trouble with it at all. ;My 2:00: p. in., Junior League:
i Our Boys Have "Cleaned Up J i liver is acting fine and\ mv kidneysare I 7:30: p. m., Preaching by the Pas and we will continue to handle a full line of the best quality Shoes
strengthened out. I feel good allover tor. Subject: "Called to Service." Children
Women and and
1' : y and trive praise to I>rp'o." I 7:30: p, m., Wednesday, Prayer. for Men solicit your continued patronage.
The Dieco is now sold by all modern meetin .
Kaiser The Hun and
I II druggists throughout the country and You are cordially invited to attend
is highly] recommended in Kissimmee all of these serviced.
bv the Central ) Store. R. P. HODNETT Pastor.
Drug ,
j German Autocracy! t I ., -r H. C. S TANFORD CO.

; MIGRATORY BIRD LAW BEST PREVENTATIVE: .

IS NOT INVALID
,Q !Ir t _ ,II FOR INfLUENZAIS
f A press dispatch. from Washington,
t A Wonderful Achievement under date of January 7, which hits .

-- '. I appeared newspapers in gave a number the impression of Florida that ft f TIVE LIVER .><--H-.*<<->< -> ->** >_ *< ."'>-'v:Nr D::ti{a-: }04fisw;>P lfi.4

M ;y.t.. the United States Supreme Court had Cdotabi, the NauMaJeu Calomel That
x declared the Federal] Birdlaw
.t.t Migratory ,.
Ii Free From of Salivation
Let us now "clean home I unconstitutional. The action of Danger ,
up" at nt once :;:
the court in no way annuls the :Migratory Is the Ideal Laxative for Colds and

I ; all our business affairs. Bird Treaties Act pow in force Flu.
. t throughout the United States. R. S. FLOYD .

I t.. We are asking all our customer to "clean up" in : I The following statement from E. Keep your liver active, your system .
1 W. Nelson, Chief of the
:I Biological purified and your digestive organs in
i full all account that they owe us betwesn now ::. Survey, Washington, fully explainsthe perfect working: order. That i in the ... ,

i and the close of the year 1918, that is, during : status of the matter. advice of physicians as to' how to .

t>f> J;' the next six 'weeks. Be U.'S. Department of Agriculture, avoid influenza and serious compli .
sure to give this your' t Bureau of Biological] Survey. cations. At the first sign of a coldor
$ 1 personal attention. Washington, D. C. sore throat, take a Calotab, the
There ha.s been no decision of the perfected calomel that is free from Groceries and' .

If you cannot raise the money we will United States Supreme Court declaring the nauseating and salivating qualities I
i the Migratory Bird Law unconsti of the old style calomel, and

; accept Liberty Bonds and WarSavitig : tutional. whose medicinal properties are vastly
The case of the United States vs. improvedOne ,

?;, Stamps in payment Rhauver, involving a prosecution under Calotab at bed time with a Fresh
the migratory bioi law of March swallow of water.-that's all. No Meats
L of your account. I 4, 1913 was removed from the Supreme salts no nausea, nor the slightest interference -
t,,. Court of the United States on with youp eating pleasure
PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER the Government's writ of error from a or work. Next morning your cold has
decision of the United States District vanished, your liver is active, your
Yours respectfully Court for the Eastern District of Ar- system is purified and you are feelingfine \
a kansas, which it was held that the with a hearty appetite for break .
law "was unconstitutional. This case fast. Calotab are sold only in original Phone 176 302
WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. was argued in the supreme court in sealed packages, price thirty-five Broadway .
the fall of 1915 and on February 1916 cents. Your druggist recommendsand ,.
e was restored to the docket by the guarantees Calotaba by offeringto I '.;
; +f I court,for re-argument, and in October I refund (the mice if you are not delighted I h
.O OO OOOOOOOOOO OOOOO tOO 1916; was passed on motion. of the with them.-(adv.) j L < tOOO 1'I
O..OOOOO.O.O .iO OOO.ooooooooooooo.o.oo..
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I ...' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1919 THREE

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,. '" GROOVER OFFERS $450 CASH 1 r

.,
.'I I; PRIZES FOR MILK CLUBS I
""r; f'" ;,.' iifcv WRIGLEYS
,
( .:;1.''..,.', -t.t; ;;;
\ F. C. Groover of Jacksonville father by Eliciting prizes to bill

of the pig/ club movement in Florida awarded in each county club.
,hag be'omeIntel'ea d in the The organization and directors of
the clubs be under of I
wig supervision II
"More Milk" campaign conducted by Miss Morse, in co-operation with the I .:- to( the
:Miss May Morse! dairy specialist, and county and home demonstration Ij
en assistant home demonstration agent, aged\s. There will not be any expense j sealed
txl'' o Tallaha gee. -' attached to mcmbersllip in a II
+ arc !iSi He hag offered $450 in cash,, prizes club, and a market will be providedfor l package
1 to be awarded county milk clubs all surplus( milk or cream. Commercial
9 t 1r showing greatest increase' in milk dairies .are not eligible to' ( I J iS
i production, with the provision that membership I
\
each' club must make an exhibit of I It is planned to get the clubs organized \ ,
dairy products of some kind at the by March 15, and continuethe
'" next State Fair and Exposition. That work until about November 1.
S amount of mon .. 4(2 I IS more county clubs competing:, but if the clubs. Owners of one or more
there' ore 1 less than ten, the cash prizes milch cbws, who. are willing to joina
'r ": will amount to $175. Each club club should .send their names to 3 / .
,'1. : ;' must have five ,or more,members. 1'011811'orse: at"once so she'can havean /': / .
, .' ; :Mr. Groover has asked the ,Florida .organizer rome here to., help get s
I'; ,,, Livestock t _Association_ to stimulate in- the dub started. I -

';.r f ,:: Why Swift & Company Handle 2 '
;;,;: THIRD ANNUAL MUSIC I was given by :Mrs. Stanford, Kissimmee . ,, \" .

: ; :!f ;: Poultry Eggs Butter and Cheese FESTIVAL AT ORLANDO and will chairman be followed, and her by other co-workers eventsat ' AU of ,Us goodnesssealed

OPENS FEBRUARY 28TH ,later data till the entire sum is In -

," ":1.I t ' 'All Orlando I is;; ;"readiness' for the secured.It is thought that St. Cloud will 3)) Protected, preserved.
:: : : Swift & Company went into the produce opening ,of the "Third Annual Music raise her portion of the' funds and 1 ' (
l l 't'A'J:<;l : business'because they saw a i Festival, Florida's Greatest Musical Osceola county once more go on, record The flavor. lasts
E'entthich is Friday, Feb. 28th, as doing her full part in a patriotic 11\
l" crying need for the kind service they \
li at 8 o'clock. As announced, there will service. -
.:i':: were equipped to perform. I be five concerts, Friday Feb 28th. at / -
t ;! 8 p. m.; Saturday afternoon March WINTER VISITOR DEAD. :
J." if.:"lr'.. The produce business was in chaos. 1st, at 3 p. m.; Saturday afternoon,' W. S. Fendrlck who came to Flor- SK for. and be SUREto

Collecting, transportation, preparation March 1st, at 8 p.m.; Sunday after : ida for his health, died Thursday V
. ' noon. March\ 2nd, at 3 p. m.; andMonday morning of last week at the borne of
/" and distribution was ,hit or miss, night, "Operatic Night," Mrs E. I.., Minx and his remains get WRIGLEVS. It's In I.i I.
:::4 'I: ; with delay 'deterioration and loss .on March! 3rd, at 8 p. m. I' were hipped back to his Ohio home.

",..,\Y\>, 7'' every hand. Rehearsals have been are since being early held regularlyand fall, and I' Mr..illness Fendrick and had had come suffered here a hoping lingering > ; -; i a sealed package, but (look( :
'
'
; the works to be given by the chorus the would ,
The farmer was at the mercy of any climate benefit him. lIis
: "I' (are' rapidly approaching the: high wife" and son was with him at the for the name-the Greatest :
/'
; uncertain localized market. He had
:
.
:y j.'tandard set by the! conductor. The time of his deaTh and accompaniedthe .
\ ( no way Breaching through .to the chorus will .hare the support of an I body home for burial.
orchestra of thirty pieces supplied Name (In Good .Land. -
'
, 'i.' II people who needed what he was from Power's Bund, and a treat i U ii I Subscribe!: for the Kisslrnmeo Val- ,
':' ." raising for them. There was no premium .store for those who love that whichis i le' n.ptf

: ) \.," '. upon improving his stocks, for ,. music.t the highest and best in the art of I'' .

';1 ; i; grading was lax or lacking. l No town many tithes the size of TIME TO ACTDon't
Orlando is doing what is being done 1 '
-
: The had j .
I''I' : consumer to accept produce bv the Orlando :Music Festival Association -
" \' ;I that, as a rule, had no known responsible I:' for it is not longer a local Wait for the Fatal Stages of
II i iII I festival hut has become state-wide Kidney Illness. Profit by Kiss 4NRiGLhYS >; .
) behind it. He had I
i. name
no way II'' simmee People's>> EXI>>rrient'e.
end already many prominent people .
S. ,
II e
of knowing how long the eggs or the '; ) from all parts ft the state have made
I I 'lIprvationfor inquiries I Occasional attacks of backache, ir- t PERFE T GUM leap
butter he was buying had been lying r tickets and daily regular urination, headaches and dizzy

I around in miscellaneous lots in the back I:, I I The Festival continue i it to distinctive flood the mails.in that I spells are frequent symptoms of ,

I room of a country store. Much of the j Orlando is the only place in the state kidney disorders. It's an error to
neglect these ills. The attacks
which has an organized chorus of any may
poultry was not properly refrigerated !III pass off for a time but generally return 21
size, and which singing bodv has I
j I before shipment or properly protected' .:1::1'j .Ii ([reached a high state of nerfcctipn. with a greater intensity. Don't c N
.
'j i I:' p by refrigeration in transit. i Viand aside from Atlanta, Orlando is delay a minute. Begin taking? Doan'sj
j Kidney Pills, and keep their use
|the only place] in the south which I IJ I I up
;1 I Swift & Company's initiative brought J brings together at one time such an i until the desired results are obtained.
Good work in Kissimmee the
(I
proves
aggregation of great artists-for instance -
to this chaos. Their I
system organization effectiveness
of this great kidney
: Mischa Elman, Idelle Pat-, Sealed Tight Kept Right
II equipment, and experience in terson. Anna Fitxiti. Jean Cooper, Arthur remedy
? handling perishable food products were Jf Hackett. Wyl'e At<'rldge. Lotttf, Kissimmee A. M. L. Chauncey, 18 Emmett dps-St.,
says: I can hardly
'
Grf'enUlar1on: Rnus Win Tucker,
,1 f already adjusted to the task. Their cribe'the misery I endured from backache -
and others of less note will anpear in !1. o ooooo oO t .
branch' houses II IIII I' about a year ago. When I stooped -
1 II refrigerator cars, cen- the Third Annual Music Festival. '
over to lift anything a sharp
.. pain
Ti- nrti* direct from New
-p s 1 come
II tral points, far-reaching connections, III York for the Festival, leaving New took me in the small of my back and ORANGE TREES

trained sales' force, supplied just what York at 8.08 a. m., Tuesday, the 25th. I could hardly straighten My .kid-
a'" 4 I and arriving in Orlando at S) o'clock' neys acted too frequently the se-
was demanded. i Wpdn,8dathe 26th. They will remain letioni were scanty ,and highly colored Pine Apple variety only, No canker, no scaly bark, no cottony '
i Now the farmer has a daily cash in Orlando until the midnight I had headaches and, diz: y cushion scale. Clean, thrifty, well rooted. As good as the best and

market in touch with the nation's train of :March 4th, and return directto spells Doan's, too.Kidney As Pilla my with wife good had successI taken cheaper than any. My home banks for reference. Forty thousand

the metropolis. used relievedme ((40,000); ) for sale Write me.P. ,
four boxes and
needs'with ..better prices. Standard iI ,While the Third Annual Festivalwill they
zation makes better produce more surpass any previous efforts, the of the backaches, headaches and o
dizziness and I felt better in
ideals for olhe>.seasons are, yet, high' every H. NUGENT
s, profitable, More consumers are served, er. and in tim Orlando 1;will'be, one tva, price bon't ,
I a;', 5 with better, fresher, finer foodstuffs: ;y ;, of the recoenizediFectival 1, f1 plaeea'of' ask 60c,<* at all kidney dealers
tWai"rnsBiHlHBBUl; (( the United Statf'",forilY h88.the"support simply r It remedy-get OCAL '''FLOlhDA S .
noon's Pills the thatMr.
: Nothing suffersfromthissaveinefficiency \ | of DublicfatUarfreJfand thereis Kidney same C
no'claim' a keen determination on the partof Chauncey had Foster-Milburn! --Xoo'o( t OO H 0"OOO"oOO><"0.0.0.0.0.00. ,
which has
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N. Y.
upon th..e who are fostering it, to Co.'' Mfers. Muifr.lo. uu_ .. __ 00- __ _ ____ _ _ .._
public support. make it Mich.Attend -
the Third! Annual Music -
Festival at Orlando Feb. 28. March
Swift & Company, U. S.A. 1. 2, and 3. Vela to keep it Florida's i
greatest musical event.
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The Best Cough- Medicine. '.

& COMA I When a druggist; finds that his customers Trythis4 .
all speak well of Jcertan
3 i preparation. he forms a good opinionof '
it and when in need 5f such a medicine -
. W is almost certain to use it him- When
self and in his family. This is whyso a change from ,
I many druggist use and recommend
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. J. B. coffee seems desIrablefor
-. I Jones" a well known drmnrist of- 'Cub-
run. Ky., says: "I have used Cham
COUGHING SPELLS berlain's Cough Remedy in my familyfor any reason and
the past!' seven years, and have

BREAK YOUR RESTPut I found have it ever to be known.the best" cough medicine you want: to get your


BLUE TRIANGLE DRIVE moneys worth in satisfaction -

'a stop to them with old BEGAN LAST FRIDAYThe ,

<# WEBSTER reliable Dr. King' New ,
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DiscoveryThat Blue Triangle investment cam- ,
NEW INTERNATIONALDICTIONARIES paign to provide a peace fund was
begun here last week. The campaignis -- buya-t.inaf
raw, hoarse throat must be for a million dollars in the United
in business
are use by -
toothed. That phlegm-loaded chett
States so that' the Y. W. C. A. j
men, e-iclneere, bankers:: must be loosened. That cough must mayearry'on .
its peace work and the quota ] -
judges, architects physicians be checked BO you can sleep
farmers, teachers, librarians. Clergymen Dr. King's New Discovery hat been for the South Atlantic field is only
bv cucccstful men and relieving colds, and coughs for half a $66,000. The United War Work funds I
women the wand oitr.AT century without the least disagreeable are not available for the purpose de- INSTANTPOSTUM:
alter-e 'ecta. sired and as they are controlled by .
-You Equipped: to Win? Your druggist bas it because it U the government and not to be used ex-
The :::ew Intern'etional; provides well-known aad in big demand. cept for that, the Y. W. C. A. must
the mtar.s tosjccess.: It is en oil- secure funds through, other source'
knowing teacher, universal question : Florida's portion. of the fund is only
answerer. Try this for ConstipationKeep $7,717.
so 1" If j-gu seek efficiency and advancement the bowels on schedule time Some idea of the appeals made to
: why not make daily with Dr. King' New Life Pill., the the "Blue Triangle" may be had when
use of this vast fund of Inform system freed from poisonous wastes, it is stated that the National Board )I I
ation? the coraplextion clear the stomach today is urged- rl
6OG.flOO V..bul..1'. )-Term.. 2700 Pate. tweet, the tongue! uncoated, the breath ((1)) To extend its tfork in Utah.
tixto M.BOO Illunrrullfma.OroRranhlcal. Suujvcla.Colored P'a.J.bvA' ... I untainted. Mill! ytt positive in action. ((2)) To offer its protection, especially .
ftiaphiial. Lntriea.: in the way of recreation and Every year* more people '
Regular and India-Paper EAtionj.Wrllefornpoo. housing, to the movie film girls em-
: ployed at Hollywood. Calif. drink Postum. ?
im<>n punt., Ask Your Grocer ((3)) To lend a helping hand to the Why
P.rs i illuatratiuna, tort v-two races in Hawaii where the .
i1N
C etc. Free, awt r- I .
1 i of Pocket conditions among the peoples in some
I r Maps it you communities are almost unspeakable. Try it yourself ou1I"There's
oauia. thiapaper. ((4)) To assist frail girls and wom- ;
G. & C. CHEEKNEAllSCOFFEES en who have gone to Arizona in the .
( \ x" r I!' MERRIAM hope of regaining health., find '
CO. ((5) To protect the girls and wom-
" prlaiflala, ..... en of the Mexican border from the
J temptations which beset those! in the '
I neighborhood of military posts. a Reason
urovo's T..'tele.. chill Tonic: Miss Ine; Carson, district chairman ::
stated that Oscoola"g part of s;
mum vitality aDd. energy by purifying and enrlcbta Best By Every Test this would be aporoximately SlfiO. ,
*the blood. Yon can aooo feel ha Strength Miss Carson appointed Mrs. Wells
ening. lovltoratlna1 Meet. Price Me. county chairman and the work or

Visiting cards pnnted by the Valley ). raising$ this sum began last Friday
when Kissimmee made than
Gazette Job Department Subicrib for the Valley Gas tts.Il up more lj'
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c .,,1'' ,.OUR e THE KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAlEn fRIDAY FEBRUARY 21, 1919 . i f

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This question has been agitated several reader has a house that lacks the the voti-rt of Ktf.lmrn e in ttltloomln.' Ctockman published at unvnviivmorl FOR RUNT: -8-room house. furnished;
'I election of the Farmer and JO-room house furnished| house-
GAZETTE and copy
RISS1MHEE VALLEY times in the part few year and companionship and grace of trees OEO. \V.. OVERSTREET. Tell about Ilv ...r tld"I ,*. dairy.IPR keeping rooms: unfurniahed dwel-
of shrubbery, he can do no finer thing: t'oulttr. citrus fruit and track. Iff'-.. Mrs. E. E. Wells. tf.
(Kissimmee has a large number, :ihan to set out the needed J trees and FOR ('OI'\l'JLMAIW.! InR..t'I8. month at fdc' r :year-
1'abu.brd ErrwrP Frday.b wealthy and influential friends who Ihrubs, A home without trees H At the Bolicltation of my man three years for II 00. Only livestockand FOR BAUB'! -On* Emerson Typewriter, ,
'111.... .Valley G...". (....pAar is ftlelida;, I have decided. to become general farming paper in the model, three, visible, a*.good a* nrV.
are wat'hinlthe: outcome of this barren and lonely proposition. Trees ,candidate<< for councilman in the AI'l.ro.c'hl'l& tut*. Write today Apply Valley Gazette It.
KI..I_.... FI.rI.a add value to home not ppvbk primary If elected I wl'
election with a (treat deal of interest. ? every to ,
I Influence for 'an economic
uSe my
W. H. IlarrU. l>r..ald...tK. Some of them say they will make investments of the comfort. ... and progressive administration J

U. t ... ''A..w, 'secretary, here if the bulkhead wins I For the Ave-'euperiod, 1914-1010.! R. S. FLOYD

: b.. .. !W.. 11 but under no other conditions. Then the production of cane sugar incr aced ', Fun .UI.\.U.IIA.; ..
I herby iinnounco mt, lf aN a car { aF ,
..b........... H....l again the government is urging municipalities from 0,854,941 tons to 13572.711 dldnti- for the office of Councilman f(' I
.. .... tons,' while the production of' beet! n full t<:rm, Subject to. the notion < yOEULHTEO I'
,, Tear__. 'J 00 as well as individuals to WITH I I1
oh. Copy. Siz >lonth..__._._,.- ... 1 "J pugar decreased from 8,216,022 ton' ili f *'hlt" man' primary, and promt I
PB. Copy, Thrro Month.,, ____."._ make'' permanent improvements now, 3,422,000 tons making'a decreased It .elided toKert my, bent effort. II /1 i I THE NEW FURNITVRE

and thus assist in providing employ production of the world'a'output of lairds ocOnotnical.'progressfv! the uT'iuiiding'ofKissitmnee.- nd mllll.lI'I'10nn. ban ITS FINE GOOD BYE _, / i

.i All 'communication(jirriondi except:nl. } from our.t.a meat for our returning soldiers ''sugar of both kinds,, of over,2.0(1'Ol! ( 1 and respectfully solicit! the BUI 1--, L' A422S
ttrtburlivJ < must .
Ivcird try the wrlnr.KJ tons.* Cuba with an output of .l.fiT.O-; : "port of alyot..I'\ who 01..11'1to.' n

.rt' matter will not be. returned I mta\ num1 of visiting /ladies 000 tons of 'cane sugar in 1I18 pro' our .city grow and H. pronper M. HHKiAKKB.
'.. _. l fur. .
a..I shed| duced one-fifth of the total sugar out.
the .lJther"day and they-have 'a new .
(Entered I In the ptmtntflcx lit Klunlm-I put of the world. Florida, where I' I Fan ,'01'%< unth\.

_MI, Kloriclc, .11 .croml-clHja mmur) I reform: They aJ'e. in favor of every possible to make all the surtax, 4'i date I heieby for ''ii*.e nnnounee!<.etlon BH myself city "olnrllmllf'wl1l ) n enndl(! -

j woman having two husbands;-a so million .ton \, used in the United StatcK. Hi'inec-late >.our sup"rl.AV. .

cml husband to accompany them to its not making any ., W. CA RSON.Plllt .

1 parties and dances and a business. I (ftl N('II.'"\". '
Ml3eRi LUNCHEON FOR KING'S I iifn' a candidate. for tin Office '
I husband' to make a living. The ordinary "city founclltnati, and. solicit the stir

man has atrocious habits he DAUGHTERS CLASS port( of the voter* of KiKlmt: III Ih .. '
; M \\ E measure <.. success ... fallular ofb.. bu.la'a. flu attire by
: wants to go to. bed at nine o'clock, I' approaching HAY primary C. LIVJ G TnS. Tttlitne .f .air*.' than by the amber of .sussed .....,........ from

and d fcturbg everybody in the house :Mrs. J, Wade Tucker will entertain ..r .4... ......,....
I the members of the King'sDaughters FUR ( ..l'\'ILMAN,
Iy demanding his. breakfast at:seven T hereby Announce myself. n coati! .
class of the :Methodist Sun-
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i 1ogsT ( dHle for election for one tear term 11' NP keaf ...f aurb aad diem tkeattlwmeBOt. nr BM>M rfleetl%r ether- .
o'cloc I am in favor of the ,dav school with a i o'clock luncheon\ City'' (Councilman and will itppreclntlour .......,.* .k.. they Kill I.. Beard ay otaera, ..d. .
SPyya let erythinpropolld at her home Saturday a1t'r1l00n.Iiu: support .......
I new reform; us try e bat rulvr* wire and new ruXiimr will r.
.
y Lola Lawler will assist her. AS IIECDFOK
and see what is in it, but Igive -
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ArE PRES ...>..\(.II.MAV. ,O.r goods. are tkernuftkly depeadalile, priced rea*.....101'. .. notice that I will be no' woman's WHEN DUTY CALLS THE W.C.T.U. hereby nnnounc m>'"elf a .,,"1. fill second husband if I to share the Nate I for City Councilman of Kl.sln>- .
am ..... bill
and nollclt the e..II' de...d ,Koraltur. ... look f.' tu III.. yea a
respectfully
honor with another man It is a low,I I Last Wednesday night Kissimmee m. of the voters In the white nmnV support '.f. ........... ......tI.... If B.it .......,. '
FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14 1919 should entertained for a few hours one of ,.rl".a r)'.
feeling and man
mean '
every
the ablest. speakers in the forum to HOWARD ",. KATZ.
be ashamed to entertain it, but I havea day. Unexpectedly Dr. Mable Quanp-, C. H. GRANTHAM
FOR CITY COUNCILMAN
Secretary of Labor Wjlson says jealous disposition I. don't ''suppose Stevens came on the afternoon train.A i
'hereby announce myself a candidate 7ft. Satisfactory Store"D.
there are eight or ten "fat years"cheat there is another man in the world hurriedly called together meeting for re-election a* City Councllmat, ;
was arranged for at the Christian subject to the "white ma n.*" primaryIf I
That sounds good to us who is jealous but I and
) of us. am, acknowledge I church, Rev. W. II. Coleman kindly elected I promise. to give the office ,
it again just for em411asia.! it. Sharing' a wife with the same painstaking care In the I
: till
ay aside his
-r setting We
own program. Lure that I have In the pool. o' ;O tO ;;;; ..
[another man would make me exceedingly have long heard of Mrs. Stevens in F. II LAWSflN. I 0 0 0 0 0 0 K4 C0 000- *0-coo-Ho-OOo<'" ,.

: Wonder if any suggestion uncomfortable. mi Herald. ''Miami and. east coast towns and of . "'
tended when the Tampa Rotary Club I her charming eloquence and vital messages I hereby FOR announce CITY CI.RIIK.myself a candidate -:' :: G 'WV'..A..crN"E: : : :R

presented the editors with saws and ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCHOn uttered in northern states. We for re-elet-llon to the office of
I excedingly regret that some audi- city clerk, subject to the action of the"white Real [state and Insurance Agency |
hammers. mnn'fi primary and hereby solicit -
i Sunday last a good congrega-torium could not have brought her the support of the qualified voters

bunch of Kissimmee soldier boys tio ngreeted Rev Dr. McConnell, when before an audience this week having and the good' Influence of mv othernurn..rou ,

A he gave his helpful address on "The in it every Kissimmee person. friends In .mv IxhalfJ OILKKRT. I We have a well selected list of )properties for sale, among which
home from "over seas" service 1 II ( !
came Outlook for Goodness in the World. I I Time will not permit a detailed ac- '
I unanimous in- the belief that the old] In the evening Rev. Car.ln Bryan 'I count of Mrs. Stevens' ml.1I8age-the FOIl ('ITOI' ('I1.,, '" I are some very attractive Farms, Ranches, Orange Groves, business \

U. S. A. is good enough for any body. j spoke on "The Unearned Increment," fullness of which cannnot be writtenin 1 hereby announce m>'slf, a candidate buildings, and dwellings all in Ogeeola County, and each proposition

the unsought blessings of the Chris. a few words-but from time to KlHHlminee.for councilman subject. to for the full options term of of listed at its minimum\ value; some include all necessary! farm equip- >

t; Tampa lias just enjoyed another tian life.Sunday. time there will be given to the press tin* "white man' prlmarv. I am for I ment. We also can offer exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and St.
school is held! every Sunday economy and proiriussOEOIU3E.
splendid fair celebration but thatdoesn't W. FOX Cloud p"roperties now owned by non-residents who are willing to sell
morning at 10, and Mrs. Iamilton'sBible :, *
9 1. alk I' at a sacrifice; thus offering an excellent! opportunity: to invent a little 5
I surprise any one. Tampa class for adults meets at the There is on foot "the jubilee, the 'un <'01"\( II.M! '>.
1 ways makes a success of anything: she same hour. Next Sunday Canon Bryan (I celebration] of fifty years of W. C. T. T hereby announce myself a Candidate -. i it surplus capital) end benefit by the increase in values which: is sure

undertakes will speak on "Ruinous Invest: U. There's a million dollar drive in councilman for the, and one promise year term If elected as clt, to* to come. Call or write vs.

'It ments" in the morning and on "The the interest of this "jubilee." Ournation ,make every effort to bulkhead the
!; who Becomes the Host" in the is will be 'lake front. I
Guest or dry, on January E. A. Strout Farm Agency Inc.D.
week nearly fifty dollars was I '
Last
10 W. H. ARNOLD.Classified .
c.\ .t'TlinllorninA': service at'11; ev- ( 1920. For many reasons, some of I ,
subscribed to the blue triangle investment ing service at 7:30 All visitors and which will be .given later-now must D. G. WAGNER Manager .

fund for Y. W. C. A. peace time strangers invited to these services. begin constructive work. We must. Advertisements ,

t: activities as a free will offering at an not forget Florida's record as .to illiteracy i Ii Kissimtnee Florida ,' '.

the St. Cloud Episcopal Church. > and disease as made known I .
afternoon tea, which shows'that .
in government reports for war value. <-0-0 >4 fr "0 "0CXfr ocoo +;
: of patriotism' still burns brightly At the of the officials of I I.f 'IST-Starting crank fop' Chevrolet
spark' Request We must not forget that our ;nation's I tan Finder notify M 11. Porter. Ipd ____. __ n_ .
this church Rev Canon visitedSt.
here. Bryan needs-our. .tate's needs-yea RisI.immee'a -
l' Cloud Sunday lent and held the / FOR SALE::-Two corner lot. In KinHlmtne '
needs( along temperance
tne service of Holy Communion in St.Luke's . "lty at reasonable. cash priceApply
+ Seventy-five of Kissimmee's most )lnes. ,
at t] .n* ral Delivery, KlHBim jv)
progressive citizens have joined the 'Guild Hall There was a good The local W. C. T. U. meet regularly me City. Fla. \V K Hnrirrovi -..-- .
attendance of members and deep the 2nd and 4th le-2t-pd.<<
Board of Trade and have pledged on Fridays of
spiritual interest was manifest the month at 4 o'clock in the
chapter FOR RAJ.'ork horse and some hay i
II.F II.i II. their time and monthly dues toward throughout the service These services house. May there not be gathered in H. I'Iljtarla. 10-tf. .

cherishing the interests of Kis are to be continued monthly. this next meeting those who will I II I I Illiii ,
CASSAVA SEED For S' "le-13 60 per',
simmee. There is now no question SAYS THE STATE MARKETING pledge themselves for real constructive thousand cull In AH. I. H. AVIthorbKlBi *-*', I I I

F sure enough helpfeul work 3j ..1inm<-.>, 1'la 10.-4t-pd. i ... . .
but that, prosperity will ycome tbisr t I IPR .. .. ......
y :'BUREAU." ,' Remember that as long as one boy III,
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influential aE ""i" '
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wavy when mvited by ac < i. ;1-. \') S1EDSFOR7"+SALE-rCucumtierii. Wat- 9rOLrT
r :onel jrirl, one person ativwhereSjjsynotpropery'j'idirected rm'.lonft411 1'ran. .lteanstjittuskmelnnsTomat
+ !E lady I ", or;safelygfeuarded.\ ) c..s !I'yppers, .completeSiis.orl-
her s pleasure comfort and a
r__ there'sjalbarfclet 'downjforitheBwholeANNOUNCEMENTS. menloftlhul< adlnjt.varh.I..II.tgr..wll t
i t LTheTp'untalGojxlal co npetencyfor"anypmnn jot world..CELESTE. .speciallfor Florldaeculturet."Thekiodlthatwill ( ( '
?' Herald*le*urging 1 in thefworld into whch'he.can'putfhis . FRIPP- >Klv youlbdgereturne.N'hen | ) ]

the planting'pf troplcar"and semitropical whole self enthusiastically! )] "He did : *Company vou*urder'renshaw'a Seeds that Brothersaced Succeed.ybu P y ,,

trees along the streets of it with all his' heart," says the Bible,' are' mighty pure of success. everythlnf 43 l a1./
'. else being equal, Stnd to. %
K
"and prospered. LU
South Florida cities, suggesting KOli "A"tlH. I -
I I day for our price lint and biff 1919rataloiriy
r: palms, poinsettia, mangoes, and still II hereby announce myself a candidate giving In detail culture
t I Don't let scrap iron and worn-out tor re-election to the office of for every different plant Also! Hec
,1t better and prettier, than those, the machinery runt on the farm. Gatherit action:Mayor of KluHlmmce. subject to the ('atalouue for Hei'keeptrff. CrennhawIiron
of the "While :Man's"[
orange trees. That's not a bad idea, j i up and veil it to the junk dealers. J. B CAI primary.'EI,., Seed Co., I' o. Hox HI, Tampa., I
The price of iron and steel has risen Fla. Hi-11 .
it I There isn't where I
a prettier sight any i
Fun Mil OH. f
because of the 'shortage of metals live In
FUR R.\I.E-6 colonl e patent
i' than a healthy orange tree and its j I am ft candidate for life\ office of P f li u ,
and ..it.Is'. not only] profitable business :Mayor of Kluslmmee and will hlveft l LecateI l niackwelln Hanrh. iI / /
appreciate .
I: pretty twelve months in the year. but a duty on your part to turn .this. the support of'.the voters In the H near'.-l Tampa.St. Cloud.KlH l G. L. Snwyer.ten.9-21 pil. i t
approaching prima r
iron into silver. (
E A. :MILTONFOK .
i FOR SM.E' HEAL: F.RTATE-40 to 50,
j A movement was started this week | ,
i Wm. H. Fiskie of Mansfield 111., I \a on acre hl h pin land In Orantre etiunt / \
r
to encourageproperty owners to )'. H miles southwest of Orlando. on
went Into. the business of raiding! At the KOIU-ltatlon of many friends .
v paint their houses and beautify their I have decided\ << to become a candidate ACL. It. R. near Znrjtc Station ,..jI
after the and last
\ geese, war started. for of II n,11'1"'r Home I' (t. Ten mil
Mayor Klsxlmmi-c I
1 r lawns-a sort of civic 'dress-up sea. year marketed 55000. He says geese the support of the voters will||| and appreciate X \V. of KIHBlmmee Splendid rltru
need and that "any ,It .elected pleilue myself; to ue. land. About 1500,00 worth of timber
t son.' That's a mighty important thing pl'ntof water myIb..t Will consider trade for city or Lady Depositors
endeavor
to enforce
: to do; ther 's a lot in first impressions cattle feeder CAn feedIt'ese./ It is nnd) to work' for the betterment the ordlnan-of Northern property. Address. LVACER C I
a profitable business, and can be HIsBimmce' Greensburg Indiana. g-3t
I and many people who have been conservative started with a small out-Iny'of cash -W, J. STEED.

t investors during the war I if one breeds his own geese.: Florida FlltItItsll [. 4M1 TAX ('OI.I.KCTOH. FOR 'RENT land OR under SALE rood-10 state acre. of of culti potato Receive Especially Courteous Attention at this Ba!)".

i ore now looking about, for a place to has the water and can raise the feed. vation. FOR SALE-8>r<'ivm bung
I"wI.room/ bungalow; fi-room bun We always pleased have
are to an opportunity to explain:
Ir i buy a little: property, but it's a sure Thousand. of homes: already have' I hereby announce myself, a* a candidate tralow at rock hot ton price. J. A. our
thing they will not locate in a shabby their strawberry patch Other for the ofHcB of City Marshal Hnrclay 200 Bryan S{. 7-tf. banking methods, and give you the benefit of our experience and
;and Tax Collector, to be voted for In
towm.r thousands having the land are hesitating 'IheVhlt..mnns' Primary"" to be held FOR BALE-Eighty acre.; 11 acre knowledge of financial matters.
I i In March and solicit cleared and under fence: 1 acres in
___ I Ir and their tables have only a I hereby the vote
of the citizen. qualified to bearing!: orange grove: (!,000 worth
vote in ald Contort
r Those editors who missed the press I small fraction of the supply of straw .election and If elected promise to fill of cypress timber on tract; four- nt freely cenceminc business or invcstmrnU.

breakfast given the berries that would be enjoyed could the office to the very. best of my ability.J room house and kitchen. Also EC It will) cost nothing and
by Tampa Rotary you dews will be bt'din :
the berries be gathered fresh from I M. WOODALUF bead of cattle and a good bunch of your
Club at the DeSoto hotel! in that city strictest coo&de.ce.
r their horne Strawberries do
plot. .
MARSHAL ANn TAX COLI.BC- FARMERS-Send today for a tree m-
. missed one of the rarest treats that In all parts of Florida, and every TOH. range hogs loose on the ranee.
b has yet been tendered the of home! should have a patch. Farming I tools and Implement, Located
press I am a candidate for the office of near Kenanivllle. Price '...50n.I ,
! Florida by any organization. The Marshal and Tax Collector of the City half I cash, balance term to suit B STATE BANK OF
t\ off' Because billions of weed seeds are of KlMlramee. and take thl* methodof H. Guy, Kenannvllle. Fla. 86-tf
stunts pulled
by the members of in the fields as a result of the 1918 soliciting; the support of the voter .
, the rotary club 'would have been a crop of vegetation a nationwideveedcutting In the approaching primary. FOR RENT-Nt. Furnished H..ue
HOWELL BASS Apply to .. MePhattu.Btt:
et credit to the famous girdiron club of \ campaign would greatly

I Washington, and the eloquent addressof increase the production of all crops. von MARSHAL AND TAX OLI.EC- FOR SALE!-Second-hand Ford car
TOH.I at attractive price O.eeola Motor
The weeds that have already made a KISSIMMEERESOURCES
Hon. Frank ? 307 .
Mulholland, National start : Co. Broadw.y.DWF.LLJNOS
should be exterminated the first am a ca'ndldate for re.election to
president of rotary, was alone chance you get. Early and frequent the Office of Marshal and Tax Collector for rent. Apply to M.

worth .the trip to T mpa. The other I I cultivation will kill them by the mil- and will appreciate the support of Tiller. 750000.00 )
Capita $100,000.00
ri I I features of the t'ntertainment.ahd the lions. Weeds waste tons of water .

p splendid banquet were all that could I that shout dgo into growing: crops. r

'I be desired by the most exacting.! The banana'industry, the mainstayof ATTENTION! ATTENTION Officers and Directors:

I \the people in the Province of La-
I C. A. President
CARSON M. KATZ
and
; The Board of Trade has taken steps'mon, Costa Rica has been decadentfor E. L. LESLEY V-P.

I, i J to stop the seining of Lake Tohope-i, several yeari. chiefly o naccountof J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier.
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I There isa ]| the "Panama banana disease." The I N. .CARSON, *M.
kaliga. state law prohibit. KATZ
reduction in the of this fruit
export '
ing seining in fresh water lakes which I owing: to decreased shipping! facilities' DR. E. M. DOWLING C. A. CARSON. H. FLEMING .

.' :j I. said to be constantly violated here:!, has increased economic distress! in '. N. C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY
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Whether,this "be true or not it is certain -that province so much that many-i.la'- Graduate Veterinarian
. borers have left. Bananas. canbe J. WADE TUCKER, Directors.
the fish
are
game profitably grown in South Florda.
lie : Wr' and scarcer and it beCOming.scar'j.
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matter of time till they Farmers are sometimes!; ;; tempted to '

However the government has indicated speculate, to buy stocks 'or bonds alan I' Treats Scientifically Diseases of all Domestic Animals I 0.00.000
investment. They have this tempt oouoo 000 OOO 00 00 000 000 000 0 00 00 00 1.0 HOC
willingness to restock the lake -Kinimmee r-BJw r-w
tatlon to resist just as city businessmen Visits Made to at Reasonable Rates

i. in event the seining is put to an end, have,and it hurts their. efficiency,
New
and its up to the fishermen to atop as farmers, such as growing and distributing Mea i Market

dragging this lake and move their of crops, and.. go wandering
off through bv-paths chasing will-o'- CsUi be left at Central Drug Store
may
I have opened New Meat Market
nets to the lakes south of here where the-wisps, and lose even when it appears a in the Miller-Stanford Building

they bay been granted the right to that they have won. The real or Phone Orlando No. 18 Stewart Ave. Will handle "

4 aeln by special legislation, so say the evil of speculation lies in the way it
diverts attention from one's own Fresh Florida and
i4 Board,of Tirade. work and business. Western Meats


Ii- If tM properly- owner.*,", should defeat Every country--'house;- -farmhouse, u Will be it ie I issimmee'every Wednesday afcwOoa Poultry Eggs, Milk Bread and Fresh Vegetables. Full Weight. ,

the bulkhead' ;ng of the lakefront schoolhouse, church-is entitled to a PHONE '45. J i PRICES REASONABLE

by their votes at the election to be setting of tree and greenery. Lacking ,1'

a .. held March 15th, it would be aback: in with such the a totting surroundings; it can, seldom and can fit .Phone a9 Orlnndo Melrose House E. A. MILTON ff
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lutnao. $ 11''' 'long time to recover comfort\' .arm. and beauty, 'If. 'any

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RESTING -tl Casino TheatreWeek COUNTRY CLUB; --J I' DANCE-TONIGHT.' 1 NOTICE. -
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.1 LOCAL .ITEMS ;
,Y,'' lNT A squt'rade.ball will be Mrs C. F/ Burrows and her dancing All members of the Hart Memorial
the country club next Tuesday class are giving a ball at the: aro urgently' requested to attend a
(q of February 24 under the auspices of the golf club, I II '
"ooUOOOUOOOHotO Pyrox for sale by Central DrugStore GrayBtone hotel this evening. About Business meeting at the chapter
Matinee 330.: Night 7:15-8:301 I the proceeds will go into the country one hundred invitations are out... ,;]house, Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock,
jclub treasury 'Feb.' 24. Important business to betrandaeted.
Weather Report Mr. and Mrs., C. A. Carson and JFirst Committees have been appointedfor Subscribe for the Valley Gazette." ''1 .
Miss Inez Carson, visited the South MONDAY each feature 'of the evening and -
; Florida Fair at Tampa on Wednes- National presents"PJm.sIllNG'S j lit I is thought the event will be largely

:day. CRUSADERS.. ,I attended. It is expected that numbers -

Following are daily temperatures HatchingEggs' For Sale-Genuine, 14th Episode of of clever and amusing costumes
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and precipitations as re- l Ferris strain of white leghorns; $1.75 "A FIGHT FOR MILLIONS will be worn as prizes; are being of.
< ported by Government station per setting A E. Thomas 9tf.A I TUESDAY fered for the best and most original #.
' fo- the week end t .
at Kissimmee grass fire on the Shingle Creek makeups.The
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ing Thursday, Feb, 13, 1919: road called out the fire department 'I Metro presents Bert Lytle in committee in charge of transportation .
"HITTING THE HIGH SPOTS.
Max. Min. Rain Wednesday!; night, but no damage waa will arrange for a jitneyservice I
-Gaumont
don. Weekly. starting from the Graystone II I
Thursday __,- OS 60 -I( hotel and Mrs. S. II. Bullock's homeon II
. I Good 40-acre farm well located andimproved I WEDNESDAY I
; ; Friday _____ __ 71 47 Clyde avenue, to accommodate'
to exchange for Kissimmeeproperty.
] Alice Joyce i In
Saturday ______ 74 45 See Nelson about it. -I Vitagraph"THE CAPTAIN'S presents CAPTAIN: ." those who have no can.UeliRhtful .

,' _____ __ 69 :373a I Tea.
Sunday Capt. T. G. Duke and daughter, Mutt and 1 Jeff in"THROWING One of the most delightful event

.! | Monday __ __ _- S\ Norma, were visitors to Tampa thsj: j TilE BULL. at the country club last week was

Tuesday ___ ___ 72 41 ,week, taking in the fair. THURSDAY I the afternoon tea which wait givenbv
Wednesday ____ 72 50 j" Nice city lots at city 88sel'sor's'al-;>r a number of winter visitors for
iue, and cash for automobile. Lots i William Fax presents Tom Mix in 'the benefit club treasury. '
.c..c o.oo..oo..O.0400For 50x150: fret -each. Nelson Realty Co. 'I "HELL ROARIN REFORM.: Mrs. Wm.of.bthe urno and her guest,

:Mayor J. S. Cadel was called to i Harold Loyd Comedy- Mrs Herbert Cobb, of Minneapolis,
mules W. J. Miller. 1 -Gaumont Graphic.
Sale-Four Washington last Friday by the ser- i !\Iin.: presided at a dainty ten table
40-tf i idus illness of his sister. It is un- j:I while Mrs. R. Carpenter and Miss

Bulkhead the lake, thl"n'at<-h Kis ,tettain how long he will be absent \I FRIDAY. Elsie Halt of Lafayette, Ind., served
simmee grow ..i ,, from home. The First' National present' Char- delicious sandwiches and assorted wa-

..' ,.. Vicks Vapor Rub Salve' a plenty at :Mrs. A. Wessel of Pittsburgh, Pa., '1 I I lie Chaplin in fers. Mrs. Dalgarno's mother, Mrs.

Central Drug Store. P"une.n. arrived in Kissimmee do). to spend "SHOULDER ARMS. Henry Decker, of Minneapolis, was seer
; Arbucklc in.
C. W. Ward is convelesiing from a several months here. Mrs. Weasel's Fatty one of the hostesses. YOU
"THE WAITERS BALL CAN
husband valuable f'|I Around the Clock. RELY ON
'i severe illness. { Kissimmee.ov property near 'Ford I Educational' Weekly-10, 15 and ,While the party lingered in the ., '
( Pyrox for your garden, at Central,, 25 cents.SATURDAY.
pleasant club rooms an informal musIcal -
I fail GROGERIEs r
Drug Store. Don't to insure your store, I?
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, program was: rendered, the guests
house merchandise
Bern auto,
garage,
; ", M. D. Alexander: made a business participating with impromptu vocal I
;'1.1\*,\f'\(,, ,.. trip to Tampa the first of the week. loss by stock fire and, with household the Lupfer roods( Insurance from- ,,Triangle \}presents Rosemary "Tbeby in numbers, and a few choruses. WE'' CUT THE PRICE OOVWf
a Judge G. F. Parker of Okcechobee I "LOVES PAY DAY.; Throughout the afternoon golf enthusiasts -
'l City, was in town Tuesday on, busi, Company. '5th Episode of Pearl White in made the rounds of the LOVV'We +c
Col.! Lewis O'Bryan, who is a mem "
,''. ' ness.! I '| "THE LIGHTNING RAIDERS. clock in an endeavor to capture the

15000. Fine property In Washing I ber Wednesday of the in Governor's Tampa. and staff participated spent; Sunshine: Comedy. handsome prize offered by Wm. Dal- Will Sell

ton D. C., for property in Osceola garno, of Minneapolis. The extreme:
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in the parade of home ards
g "FOR THE FREEDOM '
'Next Friday high wind was much against the mak-
ctunt See Nelson about it. ,
) the South Florida Fair. "
j OF THE EAST. ing low scores but Mrs. Rhea, of Brook Butter.
Creamery
.CJear
Miss Della Lee left Thursday for n County Clerk J. L. Overstreet, H. N .. ..
Washington, D. C., won the ladies
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H visit in Kissimmee.-Lakeland Ad\er-'rat T. J. Wdodall, Murray Over. I II I "mewith a record of 27, and Dr. all this week at f
tiser.Mr I and Roy Brink, were in Tampa >II I, Miss Kathleen Bearden has accepted McConnell received the gentlemen's
: and Mrs. W. H. Swope, who are Wednesday attending the fair and a position in the M.: Katz store. prize. Mrs. Cobb and Mr. Carpenterwere 55 Cents PoundFLOUR.

touring Florida, arrived in Kissimmee I looking after business matters i Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reed motored : consoled with boobie prizes for per

Wednesday to spend a week or two. J. L. Overstreet J. D. Jeffords, W. down to Tampa to attend the fair on their high scores. t -fl

Mrs. R. G. Trimble and Mrs. Aaron' H. Jones C. F. Thrasher, J. B. Hul- Wednesday; I Mr. and Mrs. William Rheinhart ., No. 2 Corn _______.____u_. .20

Reeves and little son, of Campbell, ing and T. J. Woodall were a party of 1 j|I William Arnold, who is employed and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rheinhart, Gold 'Medal, 24-tb sack.Pillsburyj24Ib ._____ i.70 Oat Meal 3 Ibs _hh- .25 ,
werelshoppirtg in Kissimmee;Tuesday, Kissimmee,' O.. O." F: members who ,by',the Merril-Stevens Shipbuilding1'Corporation have arrived from Minneapolis for an .
ing\\ motored to Orlando Tuesday jnightjto''' indefinite in- ; black *,:<.,, 170 Graham Flour 3 roe \ -- ',, .25) t
roo : /'h SI t\ ;( t\' 'Ii ,, came home, Saturday' 'to stay Kissimmee.- ;Theyare c | : : ? ;<, <' PeachesiieavySyrupf'' 2J
oodTproperty'i[ }tiil(Kansas City' '.Mo. attend the;,Encampment! .th!r J ; i|.,jg8::' spend the week-end with I his,parenti!4 domiciled at the ''Lo'IlIous,, ;' the I Se>fiRisingl24Ib.Sc4, "-"'yM,1,70: ,.:

to *xchangefor l'Ioridalpropertyon I Mr4 and MrsJoelPrattofp; ( Trenton, M r'lt1 and 11freWf;! I1Arnol ld. .i)",*, annex, to the country;club*'!]\ u'Vi'VSMr ;' t JLoose .our per Ib' ', ,"'71, :Apricots, hertvyy.yrup' ,< ;32

alfairfand Uitnble1basis.flComeVsee'| ' NJ\\>\\"J." vwhonaremaking i'KIssimmee Splendid 'six'room ,, cottage, well!IoI } .',:,S+,t Wft>. Porter,*! herSaisterMrsArthur , } iBest, sliced>Pineapple! ; can, 15, \032

us: Nelson Realty Company. *, their headquarters while touring Gated beautiful yard; and all in good accompanied by'Mr.,: and Mrs. : -" Grated Pineapple,' cAll ..:,:..:._ .30
Rudy Ashton, who has been in the' Florida, returned Tuesday from a trip :I.shape, for sale at low price, and easy Carpenter, Dr. Hatt and Miss Iatt{ Black Eye Peas.-Ib__;'___-__ .10 Pancake Flour, Ib _ .15
service of the hon. to Tampa and St. Petersburg1. They 'terms. Nelson Realty motored to the Lake Wales section - *-
hospital army, was Company. Navy Beans, 2 Ibs .25
for'
Corn Flakes 2 .___.__. 25
said Kissimmee looked rood to them 1 I Monday.
orably discharged and returned home I',: T. C. Hufty and daughter, Mrs. E. Dr. McConnell Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lima Beans 2 ,lbs .35
this week. and they were mighty glad to be hereagain Post Toasties, 2 for ________ .25
Clifford, of Kansas City, Mo., who Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dick, Mr. Irish Potatoes, 15 roe to peck .60 Shreaded Wheat, pkg. __ ... .14
Makinson' Kissimmee has
Nelson
The Kissimmee: Volunteer Fire De. are spending the winter in Florida, I Delgarno, A. L. Belnanp. !Mr. and Seed Potatoes, per sack &.t0! -
,been prospecting in and around Okee- I were visitors in kissimmee Tuesday, Mrs. Dr. Matt and his Matches, package .__-_._... .05 r
Carpenter,
chobee several days this week.-Okee- partment entirely is a fine on company them ,to but protect don'tdepend ',,,looking for residence. property. They daughter Miss Hatt, were a congenial Good White Bacon, _i._ .28 Picnic Ham, Ib ____________ .32

chobee Call. I vour property. Insure it with the I I'were well pleased with Kissimmeeand party of golfers motoring to Orlando Best Bacon. .38 No. 10 Snowdrift ?u____-. 2.45
Place your Fire Insurance with the expressed a desire to locate here. Tuesday on an all Breakfast Bacon, 55c and .. .60
day trip. _
Lupfer Insurance Agency and play i No. 4 Snowdrift __ _____u__ 1.25
resents Lupfer Insurance the old reliable Agency, London which rep-& 'absolutely safe. I IMrs. |I Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen, of Cincinnati SURPRISE PARTY FOR MRS. 40-50 Prunes, tb .-. :}, Lard, Compound, fb .___ ___ .28
Minnie Moore-Willson and ,, Ohio, left Thursday for Tampa Arbuckles Coffee;:' Ib ______ _ 28 ;
\., ,., Lancashire Company. I Mrs. M. Katz motored to Winter Park i I| where they will be the guests of REEVES.Mrs. White House Coffee, Ib _ '40 FEED.
Capt. George Steffee returned Friday be 'I F-|>bert Dropp llm1an, their old-time u
Saturday to present at a reception Maxwell House Coffee, Ib .40 Corn sack _____________ 3.60
from Kissimmee after a two given at the winter home of Mr. Irving ,,Cincinnati friend, at the Tampa Bay John Reeves was greatly surprised per
.. wt'ek's'vlslt with home folks there.- i Bachelor, in honor of their truest, I?I I Hotel. Sunday they will go to St. Tuesday afternoon when a No. 1 Tomatoes, can .10 Shorts, per sack ..____. ____ 3.40

Okeechobee Call. r Mrs. Brown, who is president of the I"Petersburg a few days and 'return number of her
Mrs. S. S. Carter and her mother, Federated Woman's Cub* bf Now ,,,, here the latter part. of next came ,in for the afternoon in honor of Pork & Beans, can, 15,17 & .19 Cotton Seed Meal ..,____ ___ 2.90
Mrs. M. Hersig, of New York, are, visiting week. her birthday
Jersey. I anniversary. Catsup, per bottle -._____ .14 Hulls, Cotton Seed ______ _u 1. ;0
Miss Martha the homeof
Hersig at Mrs. Reeves' mother, Mrs. 'Byers,
Lane Paulk is taking vacation: I Two stock
a- good farms' for sale. Kerosene Oil, gallon .15: Oats 100 !lbs ______ 8.15
W. R. Brown. from his duties at the post office this Prices right; terms favorable. Full and Mrs. John Chapman, planned this {, nuu
Hear Marie Rappold and the Cri- week and is accompanying County I particulars to interested parties and pleasant party and self-invited guests No. 2 Peas .,_, ____ 18 Hay, Crab Grass _un_____,. 1.75
terion Male Quartette on the New Superintendent C.: E. Yowell on a tour free booklet. Nelson Realty Co. met at Mrs. Byers home and went In
Edison, "The Phonograph with a of the county. Mr. Yowell is makingan a body to the Reeves residence. Informality ,
Soul," at Central Drug Store.J. official) visit but it is the intention J. Earle. Jr., the small son of J. E. reigned through' the after
CUT
McPhatter has been drawn on of these gentlemen to combine a little ,,and Mrs. Lupfer, had the misfortuneto noon, for no program was arranged, PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone
fall from his
the jury for the United States courtat hunting with the trip before returning bicycle Monday and the guests entertaining their hostess
broke his right arm .at the elbow. The with coversation and concluding -
merry
home. 141 422
summoned
Tampa, and to appearin Broadway
physicians who called pronounced it afternoon with delicious
that city on March 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Persons, Mrs.A. I the refreshments -
a double fracture of the bone. The serving sandwiches, wafers QUICK SALES AND SMALL .PROFITS
The Lupfer Insurance Agency can W. Bailey, Mrs. J. J McCranie and little fellow has the sympathy of the and coffee.
protect your property from loss by W. B. Harris, motored to Tampa who
community regret this painful Mrs. Reeves' guests were: Mrs. By-
fire. Don't forget to have your auto Tuesday afternoon in Mr. Personscar accident. Mrs. John Mrs. Des ,
ers, Chapman,
Sbuth Florida Fair.
attend the
insured also. Messrs.to Persons and Harris were Otis Stevens, who has been book- man, Mrs. G. B. Woodall, Mrs. W. W. ou HOOOOOUO"u.-oOUOUHOOOOOUH 0 0000 000 D 00..
Mrs. W. M. Montsdoca, of Kissimmee Bell Mrs. W. H. Peak, Mrs. Elizabeth
breakfast keeper at the State'Bank for
guests at the (camouflaged some
arrived' Monday to spend a few press the time, has to Orlando where he Floyd Mrs.M. II. Porter, Mrs. A. S.
) given by Tampa Rotary gone
days with her mother, Mrs. W. M. Club Tuesday night. The party re- will be employed in the office of M. Gilbert, Mrs. J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. Jim I "The Phonograph With a Soul"No
&_ Fort Meade Leader.
turned home Wednesday evening.Dr. O. Overstreet. Albert Bearden. whoresij.'TIed Goodman, Mrs. J. T. Woodall, Mrs.
Leonard Williams and family of Elizabeth Waring, of Kissimmee: and
his position in the bank to
J. C. Arthur of Lafayette, Ind,
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Loughman were here Saturday nightto Mrs. Aaron Reeves and Mrs. R. C.
enlist in the
arrived Tuesday to join Mrs. Arthur, army, was recently released -
witness the production of "Heartsof Tremble of Campbell Station. 7 Home is without
who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. from the service and has again complete aNew
the World" at the Graystone Ca- taken up his duties at the bank. I X Edison. fill all the .
W. S. Porter, at the handsome Porter LITERARY; AND SOCIAL MEETING' They require.TiLYrAJA'I
sino.Six tWOoI residence en Dakin avenue. Dr. Arthur The Lupfer Insurance Company, ments sought for by Phonograph Per-
and
room house, nearly OF M. E. MISSIONARY SOCIETYThe
I is one of America's most famous representing the London & Lancashireone i fectors.
acres "of good land, close in, to exchange scientists, he is the president of the of the oldest and most reliable y' l {
for automobile. Will give American Botanical Society, and has companies, has just added Auto In- II Missionary Society of the First Consider these facts.ison The) New Ed- +
time on difference. Good property, Methodist church held their regular
had degrees' conferred him from i
upon surance, and would
appreciate your is
fine flowing well. Nelson Realty Co. the Universities of this, country and patronage. literary and social meeting Wednesday -,
Rull Bass, S. C. Partin and S. B. from overseas as well. afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Exact in Reproduction.
Aaltman left Sunday afternoon for' Mrs. J. J. Hall and daughter Miss D. Woodbeck, on Broadway, when an
Guice received last
Mrs- a Perfect In Tone
Tampa where they were summoned to I the message sad intelli- Ethel, returned to Kissimmee Satur- unusually interesting meeting was
appear as witnesses before the United Saturday of the bringing illness of her day from their home in Cordele, Ga., conducted by Mrs. J. Wade Tucker. 1. and has

States grand jury now in session in daughter gence Mrs.serious Lee Hamilton, of where they have spent ,some time. Those taking part on the programwere Unbreakable Records
that city. Ga. Mrs. Guice and Miss They expect to make their residence Mrs. Lane Paulk, Mrs. McPhatter -' The Best Artists ObtainableThe
Lovejoy here and will]] be domiciled at the Os- Summers Mrs. Wells
Mrs. and i
of Cin- ,
David Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Elon left on the noon train, but Mrs. Best Selection of 1Iu'llc.X .
ceola hotel] Miss Ethel has acceptedher the custom of the -to ,
and Mr. and Mrs. C. N. It is society
cinnati Ohio before
Hamilton passed over they '
The Most Accompaniments -
former bookkeeperwith hour at the close of the'
position social
of Cincinnati during the as enjoy a Wonderful
Paver, also reached her bedside. Mrs. Hamilton, '
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> the Tucker Brick Co. Both Mrs literary program,and at this time Mrs.!
summer season, were a pleasant par nee Miss Lucy Clarkion was born
ty motdring to Lakeland and other and reared here, and! is well remem- Hall and her daughter' have many Woodbeck, Mrs.. George Gardner and I The Greatest Recording Room Direc-
points of interest in Polk county, bered by' many friends. She leave! warm :friends here who will learn Mrs. H. C. Piano, who were hostesses tor. .
with pleasure of their return to served delicioustwo
Kisr for the afternoon a
Saturday.For a husband and two little girls. II
simmee. course collation, consisting of What more can you want? All the
water
Exchange-Beautiful Dr. P. J. Cannon, an experienced
and coffee fruit
house assorted sandwiches above merits combined in "The 'Phonograph
Improved,
front property, nicely Ostepathic and Chiropractic practiQ.n- with and cakes.
jello whipped cream
MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUB.On
carries $3,000 insurance; furnished; er, of St. Louis, has purchased a five With;\a Soul."
price $5,000. Will add cash for orange acre tract of land in ,the southwest the first and third Fridays of
I grove, or several hundred acres part of the city through the Strout each month this club meets at the S. SOCIAL EVENING FOR CHRISTIAN W Invite You to Hear Them '

land not far from Kissimmee. Nelson Farms Agency, D. G. Wagner local L. Lupfer home. Relief work continues CHURCH.

Realty Company. agent, and will engage in potato raising ; child welfare, local and national, :....-- -
.y Nine air planes from Carlstrom and other.trucking'. The Doctor is ;flow'a matter of study and extensive The ladies of the Christian church CENTRAL DRUG STOREPhone
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I during the ; the formation ... affable. gentleman and will no ,welcome. This club Is few church and those'who worship there
being' theincharge Lieutenant I doubt prow to be a very welcome.cit- in number but great in desire for usefulness tonight, at the home of W. B. and I 41 y

Johnson. Eight of the ships flew-ov r iata. ,At present hi and his :wife are truly has ,done large things.It lra.,Crawford. I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA h
to ,Daytona for a portion of the time, occupying"the Cot erma.n cottar on 1s hoped that for March there will
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I We t>. Palm Beach, Feb. 11.-Howard ,
Cole, president ,of ]Howard Cole '
Company" Inc. icputcd to have
PUBLIC !
bought and 6'd'! more! land than any .
War Horses MulesTO other firm in )Floiidaus in West 1\
and Palm Beach) recently and while hcrv We do not believe! it would be possible i f'
made. the Iirst.Public imnoumcc-went of for us to bottle and sell ONE: ::
"w 'neorporutioji of a $1,500,000 cattle :
HUNDRED AN1 FIFTY GALLONS
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company that will operate 200,000 ;
aces of land north of lake Okeccho- of No. 101 Tonic per day If it' was not i
bee on the KiHsimmeo> in:or. an effective treatment for influenza. r
BE SOLD AT The officers( of the company, which 1 1I
i j.< In !In- known an \inaimmee( Com- A man who works a large force Qf '
ixinj., aroV, II, 1 angford,"nf Fort men came into my office several days I'
: r't'I'I1"" president;. C. l II. Smith,'" bfIrmph1A I l ago and, told us he had twenty-fit. ;
I Monday and Tuesday'I \ Fenm, vice-president1Iow-! '.peen taken with this malady in'one '
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A ft1 A lard\'Ut'ttorsitli\'Colo;, nhairmnn N, T.of Burroughs the! board, of of diy He Immediately distributed an

<"l hl'H.11'1,1( A, .1..1' !>lo\'ul I, of Manistee, j ample) supply of No.. 101 Tonic among-' !
I them and there was not a fatality in
'. February 24-25 'hrlhnatralpfdirectors' : ". I.angfo. the twenty-live, ti
''e president of the I First National ', i
j flank of Fort :\MJCI; :Miv\ Smith, is ai"tt'oinan The formula by'which this Tonic 18... f
I with larire holdings; in made is given to the public, so it can
'. i iTcrulrattn<< and i, Iiouisiann I and M<*. not be listed as secret, nostrum. It
.' and )Ir. 1101.HI'.' capitnlta contains Iron, which is for the blood; .
Burroughs \ -
.. ':\iqi,.' .
: \' .' ; , . Quinine, which is deadly the influ I
;. .j The l land i iv, north of Okeeiholioe't enza (germ and Magnesia, which thoroughly -. I .1
I t 250 ; *. on 1))Kissimmoe river and one opens the bowels. Sold'throuJrhout
: 350Head 1"1 ,jI\'h\un.luri t ,'!' is only a tune mile the South by wholesale i
'i J>acif of the Florida I East<: Coast' Ilalroad. ;l- and retail druggists and drug dealers
.', .' The comnanv will fence 'and
> I
,
i ,.. 1 't" cross f"n'e'the land. Twenty thousand '
,J >" .f', \. THE G. B. WILLIAMS'COa a
I 'ead of native cattle, are .to be
: "la'e.1n) the mall to lie graded tin.Mr. .
( Head I Cole owns 80.000 acres of .,lin>- QUITMAN, GA.CASES .
,,bev l land in Palm Reach c''untV.
The announcement' of the liit cattl"
fti I I'Onn'8n'whit"h will om>. i I'o'nirir; ; count" ho* local interest as
I rointinn- the time when a largo

Owing to the closing of the war, the United States Government will sell (area of ,Palm will bo Bench devoted conntv., to the now cattle nn.incrnnied ALIKE

without reserve their fine collection of WAR HORSES AND MULES consisting : industry. ,. Dr. :Newcorrtb! n famous specialist.
j who was called from civil) practtro H>r
j THE' HEN: THAT L. VSi dreaded
\ the Government to help light the -
of small, close-made Pack' Mules, ,strong-made Artillery Mules, big strong-made:its i the hen that pays. If she does not Camp dlaea.e.DIY. where Influenza It, la was said stationed, men dlii at:
'lay Kill her, but before you kill her by the more every day Ho slates that ,
Draft Horses and large number of fine Horses fine give her B. A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy after many ..limit; mortem the. many . "
a : Cavalry including some twice a day for a week, !and then taata I>li>'*lclnna were handled"r'd alikeAI that. hardly two
>cu will not kill her for she will be thla writing/ no certain euro bas
saddle horses, ; which were used as officers' mounts., i paying you a profit. It. not only t dc>r<,n la found bp> careful fur Inllticnzn and nt hAII.r'.1p: ; ;rail
makes hens lay but it i Is a remedy for headnrhn. bncknche, achlntr. Joints. that .
Cholera. Houp, and Gapes. We puaT- tired 11811<'Hn (Unll'I'> ) <> In fact, they are horses and mules of any size and''' color, but all of one antee it to cure or we refund your rold-'into In to do"tnku.'" for Plunk'a few. Chill days Ionic and inc lrmodi > "

class, and that was the "Best Class" of stock the Government could buy. Company i.ioney.Vateis. & Carson' Grocery I, spray' nn< ttfon to.aterlllfe van 1'lftnk', the throat 1tI..nln.lu.' and naantpnsengee. Oil

V I'oih, can tic h"d l without" trouble fit
CHKISIIXN>i CHURCH nnd . rnl I : !5
your drufrplMt K 'n Starts :
They were selected and examined for soundness and working qualities by the most able .Government I 10:00-Sunday School.<: and 641<> < < titH.. For many years I'lnnk a
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Ohill Tonti has been> ft ft ''TI te household -
veterirtaries. You take: no chance or rink in purchasing as they have been here in. Flor 11 I :00-Sermon.fi r*It in was*'dv undoubtedly and iliirlna tit the mennn last' cifdefile ofsaving
;:I1): -V. P. S C, E. . many lives In cane 0 "here tloctors -
and nurses could n, Iw hn advantage 7::80Sermon.I'rayer: only by the Trorleal Coopernll -
meeting each: Wednesday "'e Oomnanv. "tnnur+tnrlno Pharmaclsta -
I Jacksonville, Fla.-udv.
evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each Thurs-I I ... .
9 This will positively be the last sale of Government Horses nnd'l\\ules in Florida. and this day. - - - -- -- ----

stock' being the "cream of the camp," was held back To the last. Junior Q; E.' each Sunday at. 2:30p. :
m. l
i Come and get a bargain from the finest .shaped Horses and. Mules that will. ever again be Young p dies* Circle meets each LNLThTh1HOTEL'
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second ;unday ,
sold in Florida at a public: sale.
i C. W. B. meets the first Friday

Among the stock ij also a number of Fine Farm Mares.'DEALERS in each month.
Church Board meets first Sunday

ATTENTION ;-..The railroads out of Tampa will provide stock cars, and hold themin afternoon each month. JACISONVIUE'fAI (

readiness for prompt handling of full or part carload shipments to any part of the country' services.You are cordially invited to our I EuropnnPlon'Complete.Fkxfcm, .Screened

fl outade Steam Uoatod 1.B )..;
pfcfe
marts' ncofyNKtirACofwofviwvt
To enable farmer and woodsman to more of this bet 31tf. W. II. Coleman, Pastor
every get one or valuable stock they will I \ to[Everything l

t :' put up in single pairs, or single horse and single mule, and will be sold to the highest bidder, in No Worms In a Healthy ChildAll j )Kcv. of Ciry9ei\d for Booklet1""wlHDUUSniTM.PROP'P

that way giving all a chance to get a real Government Bargain. healthy children color,which troubled Indicates wit) worm poor blood have and an ai UD'8 I
rule.II.re, I Is more or less stomach disturbance-

Sergeants'Stephens and Humphreys will be in charge of the stock, and will gladly sell them GROVE for twoor; TASTELESS three weeks chill will enrich TONIC given the blood.regularly Improve -I Piles Cured' In 6 to'14 Days

privately those day before ', .: ,'. 'I, the digestion and act as a General'Strenfjtbrnlnj -
to so desiring any the auction starts ,: : : :" ''' .A Druggists refund If PAZO OINTMENT f.lls
'I nionpy
i
'Ii -I' n'-J. ; Tonic
l > .t ; tothewhole will then
lti '} system Nature
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PllreuInstantly
Blind Bleeding
Itching. Protruding
: ', ; j '",,';? ! "" ''' 1.i' throw off I to Cure or
\i'Iy\\ [ or dispel Iheworms and the Child wW be
-tf&'Xr
i fj'Auctioif days. Monday. ;' ana Tuesday, February,24'atidi 25 : ; !:':;_<'I '(;,
: ,' .. ':'I'''A' I ''''i .,,""' ....
I ""Beginning promptly at 1O a." m.' at The TampaHarse'and Mule' Exchot1g Stables 011 Mary n ., .

F lani: Avenue. P G. WALDRON, Auctioneer. SEEJJ: :: :: :>>&
We carry all the leading varieties of seed which have been l tested And knownto
- - --- - -, .... --------- -.---- -- be best adapted to our soil and climate,

i4r "PREPARE TO SPRAY IRISH i NEW CROP SEED CORN : SORGHUM : MILLET : RAPE : EGYPTIAN

r WHEAT : TEXAS SEEDED RIBBON CANE : ONION
lit
,'jt eF c + : i POTATO CROP FOR BLIGHT SETS : ENGLISH PEAS : BEANS, etc., etc. \

i .. Ii 1 I -_,- SEED POTATOES, all Tarieties. POULTRY and BEE SUPPLIESWe

r I. Early blight and late blight are I ask that you call on us for any information desired in our line. Thisis
two important diseases of Irish potatoes Natures Supply Store.
\ which should be controlled]) () by TICK ERADICATION FIGHTADVANCING OUR NEW SPRING SEED and SUPPLY CATALOGUE READY. Write
spraying the plants with freshly IN FLORIDA for your copy today. 'o4I
i made Bordeaux mixture.. The potatoes -
; should be given the first spraying Systematic compulsory dipping of
when they are from four to six inches cattle to get rid of the Cattle fever
'high; repeat the spraying about once tick will be carried out in at least six R
In Florida with every ten days, more often if the or seven counties in Florida duringthe
Iweather is rainy and less frequently coming season, and vat construction
tif, the weather is dry. Watch the work will be conducted on a large
i:weather and try the spray before rain, scale preparatory to beginning work
Wt1ank :not after it. This is essential for by 1920 in \every\ county under the '
(I best success of the spraying, becauseit quarantine ban.
\ aims"to prevent .diseases, not cure This was stated in a report to the OLDEST I TINS
Ideal ''them. Spores of early and late blight I I national conference of federal and
N 'during rainy weather sprout and pen- state tick fighters, New Orleans,' La., wm.wc.7.10. S ESTABUSi1LD SEE yrourMEan,
etrate plant tissues ,In a short time, BV! Dr. E. M. Nighbert, inspector in WEEKLY PIKE LIST I HOUSE IN FLORIDA
: Fo rat 'n e n. and the spraying(' cannot kill these charge assigned to Florida, by the
I parasites. But if the plants were bureau of animal industry, United
sprayed before rain, then the spores States, department of agriculture. n
.sprouting over a film of Bordeaux Indications that a compulsory dip-
mixture dissolve some of it and thus ping law will be ,passed in Florida:
h! )1 YOU go to Florida to enjoy yourself out of door |are killed before they penetrate into were reported to the conference. Ata
Waterman' Ideal Fountain Pen help. It the plant ,,tjssues. special term of the state legislaturelate .
I \ Spray! the plants when they are dry in 1918 a special committee was ;" rtrt Mtttrt ww&w .<..'<-<-------x-: :
will enable you to keep up your necessary social Bordeaux mixture if allowed to dry appointed to investigate and presenta :.t:
and business correspondence without being tied Ion the foliage will stick to it well bill providing for a state-wide tick I
M' I indoors to a desk,and ink well. I and will not he washed off even by eradication law to be presented at the
heavy rains. Repetition of the spraying regular legislature session this year.
I The novel you are reading or the deck of your is needed only to cover with fungicide The work so far accomplished, Dr. Goat Manure j
launch is desk enough when write with the new growth which was pro- Nighbert reported, had demonstratedits
you duced after the preceding* spraying.('. value in lessened death irate, bet- "
Waterman's. Ideal Fountain Pen. The work is neither troublesome nor ter .conditions of cattle and in tick .t x
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens are obtainable "too expensive if the grower is equip- free counties the opportunity to We have just taken in a cargo' of Venezuelan Goat Manure &;
it ped with a good type force sprayer, I troduce improved breeding stock. in-I y
.. at best dealers everywhere. Three types-Regular nnd has .everything in readiness for total area, so far released in the which ..t'il
Safety and Self-Filling.. From $2.50 up. the work. is 9,727 square miles. analyzes ,:;:
I For the best results, Bordeaux mix- il
C.f a Waterman'IJfal Fountain Pt Iture should be applied in the form of Don't You Forget It.
x, and add Hour t. your ..(-or-i/oor lift I" fine mist, which is obtainable when Bear in mind that Chamberlain's .. Ammonia U per cent _.

L. E. Waleryiao Company 191 Bread way. N.w York ,the spraying is done under at least Tablets not only move the bowels but :f,
120 pounds of pressure. [improve the appetite and strengthenthe Potash 3 per cent ..
digestion. They contain no pep-
Tbi Quinine That DM Not Affect the Hud sin or other digestive ferment but J
Because el It. tonic and laxative effect.LAXA. strengthen the stomach and enableit Goat Manure will put "life"into soil without =E
your germs
adding
j I Tl\ K BJUJ\lO QUININE' I.better than ordinary !\
to its functions
l Quinine and doc. not erase nervousoess nor perform naturally. t
o 0 I ringing In bead. Remember the full ameand of disease or weed seeds. Write for .
look to* the .ign.tur. ol E. W. GROVB. Me. prices.
i I ,.. Subscribe_ for the_ Valley Gazette t

I F.. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY .
.... -- ., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. '
-----e- I : Jacksonville Florida .
Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers
Fertilizers. Insecticides. Sprayers Poultry SuppliesFor Jacksonville, Fla.

--- -- - thirty years we hava been manufacturing fertilizers in this Sialewe have satisfied cur

Get t Your Job Printing from the Valley Gazette'I Kxnen in every county in Florida .

i Writ. F.. LaiMl Prie Ua4. Frieva always. lia. irka Qaality .ooooooot.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOO .

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THE K1SSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21. 1919 .. SEVENDON'T

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this (Corporation shall he Ten Thousand cept one for 1500.09. bearing Interest at YOU and each of >'ou. are hereby no- II. (the ananngementnf :."'.1 primary
NEGLECT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS iO.000.OO) Dola. divided Into the rate of six per cent per annum.Interest tlfled and required.- 'present '"aiiY.claimsnnd'dt'nonds .J . who are white dee c.iv. who
A I One luldr..d < .har"H of 'the par pavahle denil-annuilly and which you. or either -derJare theh Idh.r.n.. ti the principlea.nd
value Hundred 4lOO.QO) Dot- ma turl"l (rout date of Issuanv res of you, may have .awalnst the estateof '. whit. man'."
LIST" : lars each ; and such stock. Includingthat pectively as follows- Sylveater H. Reed d.'ocased. late l 1.lrly. Jn the city of Klsslmmee, who ..
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'01'111 OK A IPtl'TlD>( subscribed for by -the subscribing Ten Thousand liollnis In Ten )" 'arM. of Xiseeola County, Florida tic the ott.derudatied am l>y the laws of the city of Klsslm
RHEUMATIC PAIN TI"Itl ATKT AM JM'OH I Incorporators may be \paid for 'In cur. Ten Thousand Dol"r .." Eleven Administrator ut saId estate, m('" lawful electors, who have on or
l-Olt\....0'11. 1 u.nov. orb labor services or .propel)', Years, within one year from the date hereof.. b.r..r. February ft, l 19. iad| their .
at.ajuatva.iuatioii. .ben xed by the Incnrparators Ten Thousand. Dollars In Twelve Dated February 4th A. I D, IKIV |>oll taxes for the >'years 1917 and 111,
, . U DKOUUHT.P8t who have and IncludiInv
CONCURS.NOTIOK or by the Directors; and yea rs. \ registered 'up to
r AIX WHOM IT MAY : '
rtt Co after it with Sloan' TO, :: IS Ii ":IH HY (SlY NS. That ,shall be Issued and paid for at such Ten, Thousand- bllllor In .Thirteen AdnvlnlsfrntorNortfH . March "111, 1119, und who result pledge, of
time and terms as the Years I.Ten I""aelv.e tit abide by the
'to the Ooeriu
apply \- UI.OI
undcrslirned will su. Thousand snld piimary election and vote for thentimtn.'ei I!
' determine.Said In
Liniment before It gets .r of tho State ot Florida on tho22n Hoard of flr..t.a ma> ( O"lIar Fourt'.1 nut PI ni.irTio\.
( may be III"r..a..dItrom Years.Ten'. theieof at the ensuing; city
;j dangerous
J THADINO( COllll'Nun.I'r tho fultowliiKf 'slated. In the manner provided I)' law.AKTICL.K . Ofllce. at aln"'II.., Fla, I .'I. 1. 191 .tu.Uf. . nf ( dldates. ;
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of 4t Ten Thousand Dollars II t4Ixteu'ii al.1 only tliifsi. I.t..n., .hal r
(Charter n copv
opsed
r This exist perpetually Years. ICnilce Is given .[anseA 1,1 nentiltted to become I. I
the of shol i hereby tint
flled In ofllqn
which haH been Corl.urot..I .
Apply a liltlt, don't rui. let It jess. I the Secretary of State of the mate of according Ten Thousand DollarsYears In Su'v'ntuep A. MlnnlcU, of lo"\h8111 Tin.. u ho."n' .offices to I.. voted. for In said' primary
to law. 21'!. HomesteadKiitry .1..I..nH. "h. II.dl" t".mH..lv..) !>,
Jrofe, and--good-by twinge! Same for Florida. January
1 .. ..
ARTICLE B. Ten Thousand Dollars -lshh"'n No: ( for of >... 'rlln. a result of said
0)3flU) bl I
1''bruarA D.
19lh of '
external This tho day < 1-1\4 \
aches trains stiffness
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: pains ( "1. The business of Ibis < orporatbon.until Years Section 7. Township 25 ., 27 h K,, l> ) elections support the
.. of joints or muscles lameness, bruise 11111/ rOI.HKRT I1RYAN otherwise provided bv the Hoard An"'I n Thousand Five Hundred Tallahassee' Meridian, has "nnHciof I nominees thereof-: who are qualifiedtitidor
KtTOKNK:
' of Dlicctois, shall I,.. (' by nPresident U.llar lu NI".t. Yenis. Intentloii make 11.'c of the Klat of
to ,
'ndu..d
: Instant relief without muss'eu orsoiled NATHAN C. HRYAN.ANOU3 .. ,' a VIce.PreaIdeuat. a Secie.tiirv ', prlnclppal to estahllsh claim to TIr"p.'eo r'r", nlmvidescrihd. :nnd I'r.K , to hold :; a.dl
II BllYAN I"voh' lald
clothing.. Reliable-the biggest -. and ,a TI..I.u..r. nnd I Hoard of In unld or Its equivalent at liefore Cleric Circuit J Court. oreeea to .Filled
; ttelling! liniment year after year.. Economical pnnpOSIOD CHAKTKR' f>F nilYAN 110'i compoxed I ruin, ttnee Si) National Bnlk. N..w.rk City 'SnldHoNDS at Klsslmnu-ei I Flit., on the1 Ktli dy otMarch Knch l..I". .in th. city of KlsslmHw'e -
. iiiimlier of I issued for the auallfled( by reason of enormous sales. 1 COMPANY 'h'm'mh""H .11. e-xact lob. put 01"' 1919'lulninnt <
TitAtjiNti, said Hoard ti> b bv the Hr.IW8.iond h'r..llb.r"r. set out, and the funds, ( dnlms"asUnesses: ,11..1"i shall havn I.ht right to vote
'II Keep a big bottle ready at all times. The u..I'r..l"i-Jh..r'hY; ; niwiwlfttetli'iislv. to I.. nlterable within the 1m .. ci and property of the City cifKlsslmmee H t I. ,. of IiouKhman." l"ln.H i lulmary. for

Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment.; .., touetMer r"r1.... purpose ofbecomliiK' .t a ted. The office of Secretaiv ald t hotiftiet' JI.d..d for' their 'reiheinhu.Uon. K InlI H'I'"s. of I.uuulmuin, Kin. One 'll0t'"I. for mayor. S ''.
, I incorporated under the l..nwsof of Treasurer may be h..1 by tl>esame <'. I',, I 1..lih. of l.ulChmln. .Fla.. 016',. 'IIIdJ/t for rlerk.One
poisonThe Hoard I 1-1..1.11 2, That a 11.II"n be heldat 1. of I.oiiKhmiin., Pla for trRHlr..r.
i Ili'.ctor.may. "
the Stnle ()f Florida and under the lul'O. tme caiidlflute. fur I and tat
( such other (111. to be I. 'h..nn..1 11 )MIT, IRr.hal
termsof this Proposed. Charter, appoint .f. .el.'m".t. W, I DAAMS.fifit collector.Three "
1. UKCstits. as In their jutl..n..t mnvBeem .. .r the City Jt KII.lmn.'e. .nt ,
ARTIIM.M H..l.r
Ise,' and ueliofficers 1u .. }hc I' ..II. candidates ton membersof
I. Tin name of this Corporationshnll \ .hll Iw..rl. .10" .u..I.' Cltv Council for two
,' to t elect" .Id Clly bat'I Ii: IM years "/cl.
or mit. S. '
/ a .u..h In"dll.la
be the HltVAN TUADINU COMANY. "o"'a 01'1.1" I'ul 11..I"1IU .
may I In their seem I this il U a I i lIeu"t bona '.r..H..rl.1 bv One "ldl""t.. for' .". .CIty1iCtsncll

I I''j S!: .Its principal nfnce and, place nfbusiness The annual m..lnl dl..tnl I If I h 1Me..I..al.1 ".cl"l ,.HI I of of Floild.i the" n..r.1 shall I I I 11111 u I t he.... Depailinent .f. 1;"lor, 1*. .I( l.rn,1 Five ,-n..ml..r.o. one.year of executive. > comntUteo .
. be the sec 11.1. Office, at ( "., Fell. I
of KIsHlmmee ,
Khali I I lie I In the Town .shol. a ii on hll. each "','n rat Issuance. I butt Hondo herein aboveset 19\ for one )'puic.
Cltv. Count v of OBcc-ola. nml I ten (10)) o'clock II ttt. m, at which time t"rlh..1 the Mavor shall forthwith ,,- l luieby riven hint TullleH .1.1. fur Itunllfl,!.*
(
i. Iraslness
tate issue PI-IKOII deslrlmf In have Ills
Ills I /.h
all I the ofllc-t-ts I ( for proclamation for the Kolcosee. win rn.luly
.
lie conducted 1 In said. town of IvlsHlmmen I hel'.11 1"10.,1 1.'I..I"a. name
printed the election
said on primary
election
.. Khali be 'elected bv Directors. 1- and ""ll rive public notice .1 IT: I 7. auntIe Homi'steiKl,
<"llv. nnd elsewhei In the State th.1"11'0 I I'nlr.r tmllot
as n office
fur cii
bv any v -
Until such to ii'tli't'tetl publishing, Hlid proclamation No. for HI'.f i, 8'1011'
f. Jif Klnrlcln. and 1 In any other State or 01149. 1-1..n. shall file .. chairman of thiscommittee
. ; at I ;Annual Mcctlnir 1 92(1.( In five consecutive I..I..M In'a newspaper I S. 34 n., TilUbnusec wit I.
other ofhtciM, ,
such
( thiouith j Innl" I '
.11'/1.1. on 23 t ii
if the' I In the City, the snld < h.r..r. 1"'I'ulr) ,
; Khull, I I I the business < "hllh.,1 M( ,'idiaui. notices( of Inten* .
I Inane-lies, .otheiwlse as
( nkcitctes or 'Iuall'd. Solo, his notice of ,
hI lea t be appllcntlon .
the Pu I Unto ,
shall I be neccftsarv or convenicnt.AUriCI'IS >' ( ''pflt)10" bo conducted. liy the date of said Inl"III.ly pi tlon to mil Ii e Commutation, Proof toestablish. to, have his tiniiie/ printed]
I si: 'lon. . to the land above described. .
..:-"iY !, rol..lnJ .rl. ,' C, Itiyan.Vlce'Piefddcnt t ..tlnl S. Tlmt the of ImlNit ,dal8 Clerk" Ul.. I II\ to be rurll..h..d h)' the
of Uic' business ) "" Circuit < 6iirt, itKIsBlmmee. .
I I. The 11'' """ natuie i i to used at the shall lie rim I nun (Ihl. and accompanied
I H P.r ( .mrnll.
anSecretuiv .I..ctl"l the 14lh cifMarch.
> on duty '
or business t 0 be transacted hv 1"11. , h the
substantially. ) of his asRi'sato'nt -
"k C llfvHoard : amolnl
E. S.. UOrrMAN, M. D. the satd (''''"''Ill shall be ns follows' ; nnd TI..aHul.r-N. "Official 1 I I iii Ii..,,.rOI..W8 I hulk head Claimant HUH as spvclfletl I""w. and no
To act as 0"" broker or nltoinevIn "". names as Wll..I: name of any such, ,.. shall hi.itrintoil
< F.1'.KNK ('. 1WYAV noni 1':1111. 1111''h liith. A. I D. "it 1 ii. Hass, of .. .an.I.I. .
I fatt for ilrm" or frRnl ,
pelson corporrn ,
OCULIST AND: OPTICIAN any upon or
) before thequestion 1.1111..1 r.lurne,1
H HltYAXDlnrKii's I MHiIiiv. Sr f .
> A
.f 1"1 ( KenansvllliI'l.i.
I Ion In liuvlnir.l selltnir. .pleduliiK I iin'ldcnlliiM i If pilnted upon" unless
Eyes Examined l by ''a Regular Keg.iatered I I b ; I In real I cstite and 1 lie"rsoiinlpi.oIt..t :. >N. C IlllYAN of your .h..I. K O. [do hey, ofKlsslmiiiee' Fl.i. his provision shall 11" .holol. compiled
AUTICI.n ., .5 1. C. Milli-r, of l lcoHev, Kin I\v"
'Physician.GlaHaes ,, Iv' or accessories. 1. with. .
'I') .. iou)', sell "inortirnue. rent Improve 1. This Coi ""n.ol.1 .hol I adopt, anA "UTI.J 1"on OH 11OHT.V. DAVIS.1 Form of ll.llol
Kitted., vxrhanue HIM! ..lIwrwl".. acquire. I ",1"01"1"11 ut'11 nld "hal adopt' I I'v'- Foi jiouiuls, ) for bulk honul and fit i. S-St. ._,H"AI't'I"TIl'un' The \otlnir In, snld. primary elections

Broken Lens r Duplicated. disponi 1 of and deal I I In leal I.r..f'lr.Im'.t , }::'I the ii ovu.i'n of ::I rl.\IH I II' that portion of the lake' ..hlll bo by first and, second choice bal
i I
Its -
consistent with I 10 1':1.1.
I or t'a iinlnipiov : .to build I I ':, not t of l.jilic "OI'J'I' I I In compliance" with the
toll( T.ohoiiekallwn, I mil provisions
28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. (..instruct, and ,alter I houses or otherbulldliiKS : ''I: and the l.of. t Ii. Slate ofFloildn. the Imiiioveinent certain I J\ : or the state prlinnrv laws, niul the
J livamended
J I I I thereon. and tu nianauoel ..It.0" which Hv-l.nws tan V 1 stieets therein; I lyinn I within 1 I the I I names of the candidate for ench office
\_ > ,and I Impiove, ic-nl I |ropc.-ity. )' iren- . a li,'i'tuh Or repealed., I In themaiinei limits of I h.. City of KlBHlmmeeHi.nils In tourS ii f County Jndae. State s.f ,, ..11'1 be printed on the ballot In alpha-
ei'aii' provided t In said I I 1)I.o"a I . I Florida. tlnernljs "ou.'". ...r.I..r.I' .
CJ. F. KRIIinS AKKHMAN .
A. ,
'I'.. undertake and cut'l'y nn nn>' | A : 7. i or ItetursisThe
J HTJCt. for and iinvsN
W. J. f1Tlmn business, Irln..R'II.. ,. or oprintloni I.' Tho .hlll..1 I ii t of I Indebtedness -'I A"nIIHI \ Hulh"ld laic.-' In re IXsle of rUe.ler II. Itrrd.N'otlce committee shall meet at I
carried on In' to whlih i-oipnrallon I ion y nt tlll/ Ihlt10" Ih. ieisliu.c.l, .... .. the
fiinmonlx" un..rtl"" or Ihl. i .. andS I I' "if m, "I day of March.
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED eon S ract out, 'II.lnlh.t"i I financiers, nmlucneinllv any. one- lime subject Itself .shall not Ii I T.hol"kal cettnliistieets I 9.; In the city (' chamber of .
Attitrnrf and ouBsplors. Bt Law.Klmtlnmrr. to enter Into earlyn exceed tine llutiilti-ii I Thousand. tflon-I 1 therein"' .IIIt lying within the Is licrrhv Ih..n ,, nil t hoinI .. city of KIHHlnm."uI..1, and

asslsl. promote or to ,participate. la (MMI,.IMO I lolhirs. . I limits of the City of KlBsiinmc'p. may concern that A' IlrOulht."mlnh.trol"r as canvass the r..turIH. In ....Iuhldy
Flyrlda.4uiraI llnanrlal.I commet...1111. nu-icnntlle.I I Inlustfliil AHTIC1J-2 .R. .5 \ of the .lo' < Svlester with the primary (.lu'et Ion law of Flor
practice I. all Stale Bad silted I o nil other businesses. woilts 1 The names and lesldcnccH of the Section 4. Should the1 "' H. Heed n..ol..d. "II.I on the ida, and ..(.llr. what candidates "
....iI undertakliiKn I I and opera. ..uh..I'lhlnl Incornornlors, toorelhc-r Issuance of Hi dav of 1ol'h. .\. D i** been nominated for each 'office voted"V.
Mlates Courts.JK. U""111.1., .h..I. niict ac-qulre bvpur I It t a ninul ti S of Cupllnl. 1-11..1, subsctlbed Bald' I1'.ui.la h.nu.ho'I".d' hI the reciulrecl -. t It. I I' II 11"'Ihy. I'.u'.ly for. and the chairman nnd secretary of
,'hl"or.1 I..... concessions iluhts. hv' "'",'h. ate as f. ,\': vote of two-thirds.. the electots .1 usilgu' In nnd for tit lusfflcc this commute... within' two days thereafter -
B. Crawford Lee Jarrel) Itatetrts exclusive or other.HC jl"I"I'lb..1 I by "Il'h I Iw..llu.I"r per- flood (ju.II..d01.I I I In I Municipal In KI..Mlm.e. In ild fVuntv, Shall certify the names of Ihesncandidates
Irh'lel'H.t I tindei r.tnklims 1 I orslni H" : -o. "fKanie 1..110" the Oen..rll Statutes at 10 ,','Io..k a. in., or as ..'"n t'lennf- the nomination
r.'h.lnl
CRAWFORD & JARRELLAT1'ORNEYSAT.LAW I. ..HHeH.111' h..I.Y' rluht, .option I conluiit Address Minrnsj I of the tlal. of "'Iorld. as aforesaid S 'r as the matter can be heard, fir, nu- for any office to the pity authorities
'n.r ,
.r I be IMBUI-I
I In illation( Ih..I". 11,1 to perI.inn 1':1.1"' (' Hi >.nn. Klsslmmee. Ma. 2 U\1 hal. lorltv to Bell, at piil nnd conditions C Hi' 1 Klsslinme I Kin 4 o..rdlnl to law and C"un..1 i..sit lie I the following i d..lh. 11.1''j I t.
for of
I an"I l flllll the Icims" SI.hll t vnn I I such I Issuance < partv flees i I. be vil.u'h for st th.

Officea: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizen I iflVet".... anil, I".t to i. ..nr.t lii.toil)' the.ull'H.tnuntn de-'' ,\"i. I II I It'ta tu. Klsslmniee" Fin. 4 otdfnance. .for.for the retirement.of said Slit.Lots", itt I.said 2. 3 Countv and 4,'. I..wl 33.1 In tlie 1 i 1III ir-npral 9. .election to be h'Mlarph 29.

Bank Building operate ltll lS ) n.n"s nt maturity and for the PIY. own of Cloud. Florida. Also I.ots
>
elop mid turn to account m..nll 01" il STATK Ol" rM 11 A sa.sspaeia..
f i .
incut e> 11..r..t upon same 3. 14, IS 30 In Section 28
KLasimmee: .Florida ,uhI. 11,0 dispose of, nnd ( ,' "lh the BSClil'NTY | I In ujui'ti' suasion this I 12thdav Township For the purpose of defraying the expenses
26. OF OSCF.OLA ) 11",1 Hnnire 30.'hlch application will of the .
primary Includ
"
it election
A. D in I 19
of I I..hrulry, h. based U|)nn the petition I for such
To .'"or\' on the 1wr..1, I 111..1.. F. H. LA log the I.II'm'n, of Inspectors and
DR. W. W. CARSON "it'll"'I'I.I I and ... .. I all TO AII WHOM 1 IT MAY CONCKIINIII ptesldent of the Council of WION. ... of HOl. now' on file In said Court clerks printing of ballots, etc, the fol
I".h.' To 10111.1.b cieit. plumule' KNI uW'N. That before "me theunderslicned ( EXI"Hlmmee) I '< February I, A. H. I hI 0. lowing I assessments arc levied airalnst
' DENTIST I *. Ii' Pulilic I In and fort A. K. .
coiiHtruct. hrq nc-ciiilrc rc Pa Notnrv J. H HUVnKKT, IHOtl 1T. pr..HI..lv. cnnII"h'S for the various
Office over Pilley Building ''I UI ii, c-nry out, maintain I I develop; Im- Ito State of Flotilla; hnvinir a H..RI! and City Clerk of KlsslmmeeApproved S. 4t AlmllIH.rl"r.. orl. II.d:
; ; control; : ,, the laws of said ,
.take tiniler five
I IIKIMoieinti| nip uiit tie. diilv I nntborlceil /> or, .lolh'r.
this of
Offloe Hours' I-II 1- IOSUM 12th day February, i'l.t.I.. l<' API'I.H-VrwX TAI \
01, leastluuv. sell lease let. license to State to ahiniiistu'roathu. and (alte ncktiowlcditcnicnls. I'Ol CU-rk. 11.1 ) .
A. D. mi
'Phone 16S Residence .Pb..... (IOM ... this dav perHonnllvappeared I 1.I )":
II '. vvoilt In.I..I..o.I of wll'r. gut ii. I I JOHN S. "JI Tr'o'lurpr. five dollars.
Administered for Bxtraotlcn: of .hitS l. ii. nnd nnd woiks. I U 0' ] Unwene C. Itiyan A. H, Hry- Mayor of the City CADEr M..rahal and tux collector five dol
Teeth j. NOTICE Is hereby given, that Alfred
uu.1s. 'IdKes, "durl. dor UK. wharves, an and N. C. Hrvan' to me known andknown .
.xc-is '1'0.1. w n v'H. ,,,' \ r., aq tieii to-me to be the Individuals deBctlbed I H. Link, purchaser of Tax 1.rtn..lt"l! Members city Council, two 'dollars.Isispeetorii .
water '"U''H'' rahals. hvdrnullcworks I In and who executed tlufor..- lll'.KOI.l Tl l\. No, 867 dated the 4th dav
LEWIS O'BRYAN .. factoiles." 'wnr'.h.u..H. mills,1 ctciltiK pioiMised .charter who. upon ber, A. D. I8SO: C..rllcol.No. 33. dated' The following Inspectors and clerk
.. I. J. S, Cadel. Mayor of the said Cityof the 7lli day of , anilCeitincale
a uid other woikB or (.oll'.ali.'.. . 11,11 oath acknowledged\ .-I..h for Himself 1. 112. are herebydoBlKnated to conduct the
A.TTORNEYAT.LAWWarinc t to Hint einV t to own 010 that he executed the r''I,111 ,itropos, Klsslmmee, Florida do herchv proclaim Mo 40, 011..1 ,I. 6h dl)' of siild primary electionInspectors :
:of real estate.To dISI."II"1 ed charter frcelv' In.1 'olulla\I y f.rt and d..llre that a' special bond July, A. I). 1903. II'd certificates : Johl IHrhater. K. O.
I i',at'rv on tiny or all businesses. an i hut a nil purposes 'pr''Ha. election h)' the electors of said "lyqunll..d In mv office, and made, Application Vans A.I..w. . . .
Baildinc.ji manufacturers. I."du..rs. merchants. i ua"1 t'ln to vote In I bond election UI. for tax d..d to I..u. in accordance (.. : K Thomas .
wholesale and retail. Importers. a nit, &I.iN WITN'I'SS) WHKRKOF I bavo Law of "'I.rldR. will be hell with Said certificates embrace 8.6. H. M. KATZ. Chairman.
".', iteiieralli I I without limitation I hereunto set mv' band and offlclal sen! nt the Council Chamber In the CHI the following dcsrrhc property"
Johnston O. P. OarreM xpoiters. huhtie'cluandiiue. nnd (' KlHBlmmce during the rcKular situated In (Usceola count, Florida to- IkWTH
ji I as to the class of products nt Kldsrnimee I i In said State 011' TO CMKIHTOnS
JOHNSTON & GARRETTATTORNEY.AT.LAW nnd to mlnlrl.tur.'. ,produce. on this the I H'th!' clay 'of February! . of voting*, on the 15th day of 'warch, A. wlfThe I
adapt. prepnre. huy. ..01 othuiwlne U. 1). 1919. upon the question of ..onlrl..l. Northwest. quarter of the. Southeast !. Court of ... C'o.. Jndxe. Osce.ia l
deal I I In any n".rlll. aitlrles t11, P HRAI.I UHI4A PHKRIOO I IllR' a .IORI of NINRTy-SRVKN quarter (N\' of SI3U1 of Section ('. .(,, $..te .Klorldn.
or I required. I In coil fleOt htuti wltll ? Notarv Public. 'State of Florida tANI FIVE HUNDHKO. IHII. .ARH. In 0, Townlll South. llanite SSBast !. rv lO.tate at-Joha A. llla'ckwrllTo
Offices' 10. 11 and 12 Citisens Bath the IhlllC" tt such manufacturehd cnmmlBslon e-xplres Sept. 7. V>2z, of "." -"., 'n"bonds for the .
Building a 1"'ld..IRI I My 10-4. sum of ON13 THOUSAND 1011.AIU' Tho said lands b..lnl assessed nt. the al CredItor Leftateean' Dlstrlbu- ,
To tin a trenerat business ns ComnilsHlon '' ench: nnd one. bond for ( I date of issuance ..erUI..1 t. In "( and all PersonshavingClaims'
Ktsalrnniea. Fla. i I aurcnt. nnd factor "(b'h'll: (tI' KXi':.'DTOII.I KIVB HUNDRBU DOI : and to the name of Unknown and .or De.mands RKHlnst said eIRI.: .
Ih'r..h.nl. H..III pledre the funds, credit r J. M and J. T. Ray. Unless said cer.tlftcates You
uld.r ens,)ntiaah.r. I In For Kln.l !)!..<'htarice.' propertvof and each or3ou: are hereby no
< the for the of said shall be redeemed nccordlMKto titled
I Hie mnnner and to the samextcnt as city r..deU.n and required to present any
itntali ( 0' nt I (',, ,.. .} (''''D. ofaJcdiTSu bonds:; the proceeds from the sale of lo.w, tax deed will Issue thi-reon onthe claims and demands Which you;." or
i 'ourS
l.r.un..ouhI1dn.'jll. I (
n : .n. .nd. .said bonds be. 'In Unite.Iheinlliiir 4th day-Jof* March. AjJiD.. l919.t l either of' ,
to
.iii itgrowtttttuI % .. iW "xplnd..d \ I mav have againattitheestate
To | u1h'al 0..1..( ... ,, fllllntf'i' and linprovlnir, Stint (CIRCUIT1 l CO 'nT' (4HAI.) "'''-! / .>f"lfli'Ar '' A. ,
oI'Jotn J31ackwphl,4ocpasu'd
CflRSbN (' .* .rITI.18u". "rlra Itt r.\.r4v.U..I'Il 0_ 1.A..,...w"-f"Jir \. 'till.JHtiJ1: :I'portlom 1 of the 1.lk. front, of Lok."To" . ,",'. ','J.> ta, OVKltHTRI3RTV.?',:/]> I lit te.ofi County, Florida,, I.Ihe'"t, '

{ F FIIR1IIERSELLS (" f'ul. l i Idld"f.t r'uI1 F"i; ; ;.' !< II.w homj iuopeka1Iga. !and streets therein, Clerk1 Circuit!Courtt OseeolaLC| unt W], underslKiied ;admlllsiralrlx, of as.

ness, "fmlll"Ktn.iQu"ln'II| i i,,"Iii'j-'t I hntietun. I h J 31.U I vlus. (;within the city' I limits'I.of,' J K slm1 Irlorlda :l'47 tllIn tiito.sf within. > woyeutrs. I fromtthetdatoiereof. 4 S
met' '
bfo. to cut 11>. I shall applY to-the .
I and ti Jul' T.' M. Murphy. Judire of said Said Bonds to be Issued un\m the Court of the County JUdIe. Stateof Dated Januray 14th A. D 19111MAIUJAIUCT .
buv.. Import export, and II"orobl. of Probate for mv terms and In the manner s,s set forthIn FI"rldl. B..lat. of' Tumlilin .. BI.ACKWBLU
.
di-nl H..I.II 'lumber nml nil of th.j.n..raU... i.i..lrl., "..1M J.dle Kxecutrlx of the estatef Resolution of the C"lncll of the Otetotut'County. liv the Judge eif 5.9t Admlnls'tratrli.NOTICK :.

dulls, I vegetables. fin nut', stone. minerals (, James W' L.iilv. deceased ; and that City of Klsslmmee on February. 12th, said Court. 'h.r..o"Vllsm Imrramhas -
I metals I 01.1 tml.r I : establish. at the same time, I will present mv t5n.titiia.t 19lit, a .copy of which Is hereto attached applied to J..th.rs TO CHKUITORS.IB .
of AdmlnlHtratlon .
on the )fJames
euid cia. stores, sinnooou and published. .s'RI.
opeinte, nnd xilunorfXM RU \ -
and Pl1 ,. The following qualified voters are H. Tumblln, Isle of Ike Court
Fire Life Accident 'linckinir-houses warehouses and snwj j for their appruuval d..I..d. of ('ou.lp'.Judgp.
,mills. I. engage generally In the business " Int I ask F..huruilry 111h. .A n. 1919. I herebv olp..lnll' sfrve as otlc..rsur said County. of UH..eoll.. These are, I'f>...,.. State of KlorldB.0..0.
of planter to deal I In. buv'. sell.acquire III..J ALhCt''li.ultit.. said Election: Th..r.ror. To Rn ndmonlsh all .. rr ":.'H<" oC Clyde II. U....
Health. Plate Glass Liability butte,, )- fram-tlel nndtnortwnge nx.'rutrlPROCLAMATION' <. J. M. \'I"on. Jr. H. C. Stanford and HlnKUht the kindred and creditorsof .
real estate.. and to 1,11.1. improve -nmoBmos II N. nd K I). Kat .. d..el .d to he and opP"lr before To al Creditors Left-ataes Distributees 1
and develop the same ) the IN WITNKSS WHEREOF I have this 'ourt on or befeire the 2Kth 11.1 all Persons having Claims' or '
and Boiler Insurance. of houses or huildtnirs. there- hereunto let my hand as 1a.r of tlie day of ..hrllory. A. D 1919. 'and file Demands Against said Estate:
.r""lo. to do such other lawful a'IHIhe.II Cltv of KIsBlmmee' "'Iorldl. causedthe ohj""UOIH. if any they haSt, te> the >'ou. and each of you. are hereby
.n.I In,1 ns be needful or desirableIn corporate seal of said city to tuehereto granting of Letters of Administration notified and required to present any
Legal Bon d g Executed I and mi"the I or I affixed, and the same attested on said cBtate. otherwise the sam will claims and demands: which you or

.. IlI.HI I thereof slid: t I"pro'm..nt real or pedal MunicIpal fund Kleetlon.1'nder : .. bv the City Clerk this 13th day of be granted to said William Inlrlm. eltlr ..r. you may havrt aaln.t this

0" Needed. development"estate and to own the same h)' purchase February, A. D. 1910.SEAl. or to some other tit person or persons of Clyde H. Hnss deceased. lat .
Same Day ulft. or otherwise.: to hu.hid.muubntiuln . and bv \'1"111 of ollh..rll' ( .) J. 8 CADRU Witness mv name as County Judge fthe of OH..aDIa County, Florida to the un-
acnulre boats or veaiteiufor i-Bted In me hv the fol..wlnlC I..lu. I Ilion Attest Mayor of City of KlsHlmme.. County afDr."al'hl. the Zuth' duty .. .. Admlll.lrnllX of said estate .
the dispatch, and ..onv..nh'nc. of of the Council of I. Ciy I J. II OIL.BERT.Clerk of Janulr', 11. (Seal) T. M wihin ) .ar the date
.
J\s'l 6-5t
of Kisslmmee
tiny of the businesses. afoi.-snld Blmmee, to-wlt of City Jurl1hy CoullY .
OFFICE State Bank Building To buy. sell, breed, raise. Import export ,I Dated U..mb..r 2tth, A. D. 191J
: j' ; '
deal and trade In cattle and livestock A lli:"OI.I'TIOV. A It ":"01.1 ''IO\. ('AM, FOIL ".II U-: '1.ItIIAn1'. s.Stt. RUUY O. BASSAdministratrix.:.
of all kinds and to carr on nueiiernl I
live stock and agrIculturalpualnetiti. ReBolutlon PrOViding for the Ia- A Resolution Providing for the Issuance ISOTICR OP ADMINUTIIATOR

. Bunnce A by the City of KI."lmmee.t by the CIty| of Klsslmmee of The city executive committee nf the For FlBBl Dlsrhar....)
To own operntij. run anti manatee for the purpose of ral"lnR honda for the purpose of rllsl'J white man's party" "met recently and -
J. W. THOMPSON canning factory, and to own .real estiile 'unds ION08 for the u"e of mild CII ). Funds for the use of said Ciy. ..Ild formulated the following ".I for a .. {'ourl or tui.ty Jedge. State efI
hulldliiKs, structures and nil the uiidB to be used "<>r the count uctJon Funds .to be \.d for the "OI"I'I..I.nor white man's prlmar ." 'Ier'd..
necessary machinery and nppllaiicisf Bulkhead and Fill along that por- II Hulkhnad ''ld Fill portion The city ..x..ul.. committee of itt
and o".roll"l n ..onnl.1 .lon f a of Lake Tohopekalltta lying within of I.aIf T.hopeklllKI lying withIn white II the cPy of !. re K.tste of Jmtmf W. PreetlJ.as'eola "
Funeral 1 DirectorAND ru""lnl
the Limits of the City of KIsslniinee ClsBimmee
rl'lor the puipose Old the City limits of the City of KlgBlmmee CIl' hereby and pn\ iiiy n r .Cnsstr.
presc-rvlnir' fruit and v"I.la"1 of any and for the Hrocment of for the Improvement" of holdIng a "", hUn man's" ,primary elec- Is hereby Riven to all whomIt
nd kllls. and all products. certain BtreetB lyntf| within the filledarea. C..! lain .streets lying within the filled'area lon, to be held In the city of KlKsliunee N..I"a that on the 10th day
11
nf Ih. < ". or..hlrd, flild and 10rd..n and for the submission 'of the and for the Hubmlsslon of (Ih.- In compliance with the ''WH of of eonclrn.. . 1919, I shall apply to
Ii nd to Ir.wn. and bv lease lUi-Btlon' of such iBsuance of liONDHo qu""UoI of Buch Issuance of BONUS the State of Florida, Hall prim.try I', the Honorable T. M. Judge at
lands. to an .. of the qualified electors lie during tht f1\.-l by law lurphy.
wise lands, citrus fruit by the qualified electorsof said Court as Judge ", for
orchard f..rmlnl. and trove lands from"hi. o an .16..1..1 to 11)01 |of the City pursuant to Sections 1061 for holdlnl of ..Ie..tnn. mi Satura final discharge as Administratrix of
[LICENSED: : EMBALMCR: to II ld.produce und on which totalse the Ciy the pursuant( H'cll)1 theState and 1(6 of the ( ,' Statutes" of >'. 01 9 nomination the estate of J.m.... W, Prent.. deceased -
and 'n"rll Stol.tes
..
such artk-los vegetables and 1(62 Florida of 1906WHKHKAS. I the of Florida. Acts. 11 0Section ,or candidates for city electl'M orilces to t and at the .ame I
fruit slid nursery .stock. of trees,. with ( : It Is the Intention! of I I That should the Issuanceof lit, voted for at the KelierallM*.loi toie will present to said court my final accounts -
Store and Chapel Stewart Lv,. which to grow and ..rl"up. vegetate,. the City Council of the City or KiBHim-' IKlNHS aggregating the total sum held In said city of Kls-cmir.on on a. Administratrix of said estate .
fruit a ml other IlnllM I Itodu'IH. under the of Chapter 'of $87.50000, b. authorized by theIqualinvd Saturday. March 20. 1919.biuslitlcatious and ask fop their approval
tlsslmmee.! ria.oj"" to he "ln",1, and preserved ; and nee of the L.IIWB provision of Acts:9IS 1 ..1"'Or of the City at a of KlectcrThose : Dated September 17, *
7184
.old. l'l.rld.
.
to .' I canned irood of lt" own I construct. a Bulkhead "' { Special. .:I."t..1 to be proclaimed bv and only those ,Iuu'rfft.4. phalle MARY PRENTIS.
: to 11
product nod manufacture and to buyi such part of the lake front the 1a'or. the said Resolution permitted to vote st, or pft"ltelpitr'-1 o-s-rn-f-s-rno Adlmnlstratlx

I ml sell all such canned iroodB teener olnnl.. us lies within the of ('oulcl. this Council 1,1'dl"" Itself

M. TILLER I ally products, and to made Bell and and dlBpo renultlnnr of "I huyI theI Imlts' Tohop.kallCl the City of owners Klsslmmee fur ns City of or..lol wtovernlng"' to .. Iodv the of proceeds the o oooooc..o.o..oo oooooooooooo. .
and .0 assess '
alultnl of said UONDS for the
operation of such canning factory, and the cost of such Improvement In propOrtion purposu
I to do all thlnKB necessary and proper the frontage ImprovedA : as set out 'In said He olulnn:

.! : Real state Agency. I in running and operating such a facI to\\rhot. *<.i.>M ...'.In.- Imor.v. In.f1 In' :nn' .n- H"Hllon. 12th- dnv .
of February 1> 1919. at a n-itulir
................................ I tory To manufacture "U)'. Bell and otherwine ments streets will lying 'within. necessary such filled to In'rlall: adjourned m..elln.' of the said 'ouncll Tax Notice

""'- deal In all kin, of milk and the And Whereas IMans and spt-clrtc .. H I..AW SON.PreBldent .
and told.
Realty bought of the of the City of
< > ,
products of milk ; to produce purchase tlons and estimates of cost pr"plr",1b (0111..1
! Houses rented. sell and deal In farm produce.. of any Allan 3. MacDonouifh of Klsslm (SKAI.J R) OII-prilT, ".
nnd other food and the various the City
been by
; ; Taxes paid and Titles verified kind.mol.rlol. ,'n..rlnl Into or In the production of mee.Klsslmmee have" wherein adopted the total cost Clerk City of Klsslmmee :
Approved this 12th day of ,
generally to con and ,, F.brudry.
; \ for non-resident :. duct a dairy Ih.r."f.business In all Its branch- for ctlltles the amounts Bulkhead to Fill ISIghty-Klve d..ckl.1 ,- A. D. 1919. JOhN S. PADEUMayor Notice is hereby that the
given
i > Fire. Life and Accident tmturance. u.iiTo and sund (355,0110) IJollars and the Tho"-I of the City of a.
'I Klalmm
build, by. Bell. equip op.rale. sary cost for the Improvement
> own BteamboatB, BteninHhlpH. BallinKBhlpB certain streets above mentioned
; Indemnity Bondi.FRESH boats and other .property to lie timated at Twelve Thousand Five QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY IN tax books of Osceola County for
used In business. trade and navigation ; Hundred ( f I 2.500,04)) Dollars:
to pllrchos. Bell own. hold. mortgage And. Whereas. The will haveto ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND
.. . . . . . ... ..0. . ....I and al kinds or. vessels and hear the CHI. of such I
boats. apparel and tackle Bulkhead, ,11"trc Improvement to ELECTION. the year-19IS will close promptly
I wharves and wol.r.rl"hl.. plere and Lake front str.et. and all the prop

riparian lands. erty benefited by the Improvement will I
in iri.>n -rftl- -. to do and perform any be assessed Its Just proportion of _the I All persons entitled to Tote i the

''a"t" 'acts expedient further 01 necessary of the objects toaceompliah cost of such Bulkhead Fill and Improvement foregoing Bond Election most ref on the first Monday in April.
FISHAND or any to the Lake front same to A
or powers herein m..nloned. and. be paid In Ten (10) annuat Installments iitered voters in tie Ct of Kiuimmeen -
to exercise any and all . a.' provided bv said Chapter that
therein the time of not in office by
which a co-partnership or natural per. 7181 Laws of Florida. Acts of 1016. read tae my
Ron could do or exercise and which are which assessments when received by the real estate therein, .
or may har..ar..r be authorized or permitted the City shall be used for the purpose owc

the enumeration shall of In of retlrelngc a proportionate part of aad mart paid taxes on real e will be subject to all penalties.
OYSTERSSIMON specific powers recited herein the HONOR Issued for this purpose tate for the last due thereon.
no manner limit, abridge or detract THEREFORE. Be Resolved by the year
from the K..n..ra1 powers conferred upon I Council of the City. I Klsslmmee. I,st. .
p LAWS of the Section 1. That under and by virtueof I
HTATE OF tFrJ:1.ha the Power vested In the City ofKis.immee NOU'F TO CREDITORS. BANDY
S, by Sections 1061 and 10(2 c. t.
MARTIN 1. The Stock of of the General Statutes of the State I. Coart ef the ...tT J..... O. .
of Florida, the City shall Issue Its <-...!?. State .f Ft.rtda.I. .

Phone 313 Cold Cftiu* drip loftoMM Ninety-Eighth' BONDS for the aggregate I Tax Collector
to styled re .f Sytve.t.r n. Heed. > T-IOt'
of F..t.
. LAXATIVE BXOUO QTt "Municipal sum UT.IOO.OO. ., Issue. of To all .. Legatees. Dlstrlbu
cans Tasn Is I.U." of the denomination of One;" tees and all Persona having Claim

-- -- " E.W.GROVt'5slguisoboL Ma Q" Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars each exA4 I I! or Demands against said Estate: I

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\ EIGHT' THE K1SS1MMEE',VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 21,, 1919

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i I GREEK SILVER TEA FOR Y, W. -C.-A.- j YOCUM.DA VIDSO 1
\ < SHINGLE I I .
I WAS BRILLIANt SOCIAL EVENT Miss! Anna Belle Davidson, one of
Dr. P. J. Cannon I KisMimmee'H well known, Indeed.
i !I'' Miss Iva Niawongvr, who is .now i (Continued fronvPugo One) was married Thursday young night tiJeorire > Osceola Hardware Co. ,t
t U-a .tchool Nieccumu e.
| < ling near I
;
,
bqnl Saturday for a week) 'cnUv.sit old nnd the money added to the Y. ( / Yorum of Afthton Ill
Osteopathic Physician with her '/1tll, returniiitr tl )< I II W. C. A fund. j The young people in company witha
pIU' I r :Mrs W. A. Hamilton, of Toronto and party, of relatives ,and friends, moitoit'd -
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her duties Monday morning. Kissiitimee'sBUSIEST
(Formerly' of St. Louie, Mo.) l / her guest, Mrs. John Dick also' of to Orlando, that the ceremony Located on
Goo, C. {lirunsoii who, /I.as bocil confined {I i ij : Canada, assisted, Mrs; Stanford by I might/ Oc performed by Rev. A. M. CORNER
--- in a IWHjvitiiJ in 01'11111<1o'receiv presiding; at the tea table and num- Chisholm/ bride's former pastor.
j "
ing medical-0ml< juirjrical l attention: for hers of misses and matrons passed After tlio' wedding, an ice course: wai
Office 619 Mabbette SI .injuiieB ret 'lived l,y com In!jr in 0.1'I41'\J.i' \ j'wafers ns the guests visited this at- /served.Mr. . '
With a vicious caw while eiiRa& Ip,1,.tractive.;, spot. Yocum will return to hU' homenext -SHINING LIGHTS
,, 8 10 m. I idippin tattle u iVvv week iijro i-e-1::J bliss Adah C Wagner, with a bevy \\'l'eklnd his br'ile'!/ will join lini "
to a. ',\UI"H'{ to his hums! tit this point on ,: of pittty girl, reigned. at tho candy there lit n later d ito. .r We; have just received!' an n\'oice of medium priced Glass Lamps. '
Hours r
I Friday" last. tooth and sold delicious' home-made Mr. Yooum is nn estimable young
6to8p.in. j .Mrs." P. fir(; Cromartie who has !hl'-1 bonJ.on.s. in quantities that would have I, man and has nanfrIends who knew They are-the popular No. 2 'size, and are just the thing (for lighting

IU.te ill with an attack of the "flu"' ruusod heart failure to the food 'ad- him when lie lived here several years Want
-'-- /Inns homes 'that a're situated beyond the electric line one lo shine
no far recovered as to l hll Up ant t mijiistrdlion a year ago. I :
'
urotitul unrt ,more J :If lu Vivian Briggs, chairman of the HITO.The bride) was grown to womanhood for yo.ii> ,
Chronic Diseases a Specialty DI II r:, and Mrs..John , .Ibonson nirl ent( vlainnient committee: 'secured. the in Ki.tsirnmee, and' la loved by \ '11
laughter of ICiHuinin.nic, \\tira Sunday KiM imll1't" orchestra which was sla- 1 I her friends; and associates., .
also Chiropractor .xjyituix; at the! home of Cooj Ite l'.i,tioned in. tho wing/ of.the hotel Cobby -, ,
lro/1IQ/1. J I and> played throughout the afternoon MENACE TO A GREAT SOUTHERN SHINING SILVER '/I
i ; )delighting; /: the guests with the!' oxquU
teturnel'the first
l ( Tjxon:) .
;Ills Susio CROP
,. __ u . site selections.! The personnel 'of thisorjt'llni7.lttlon ", tarnish off silverWare
d'" ; that will take
have'
where Ladies silver
;lot I the week from Rosalie; we a polish
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:oooo:+ :- ; :'-:--' <" '''''''<''''''}r'' '' ''''': \ is Mrs.. S. II. Bullock,
hud licen visiting relatives. "in no11's.; Veina, Ellis, l'ornetlnd: i iMr. I The sweet potato row: ranks peo( : 3, instantly without-a bit of rubbing and will not leave,' the least
"i SALE : | ;Miss !Mollie Tison hn'i 1'llrlwd10! Rouse violin. |I in" the United States a.-t a i-ejretaV.o! '
FOR f her home ft' RoHiilic! uftei4 a sojourn, ,, The .feature of the afternoon was according to tho United States Department I ". {teeny'\"H'I'1) bit of. a scratch either It costs but little. '

y : >nf tuinw nxnilliH at the lioino. of', .J. 1 P.Tjtioii 'i the 'Splendid; talk by Miss Trances of Agriculture in Farmers' j .
: and family. I Bulletin No; lOW: entitled, the "Sweet
West' st chairman for the YV '
).
I PARK{ HOTEL |i, Walter Hioilson. I. P. Tisoh mid; [It'. A., ,,'JIO. at the--solicitation' "Mrs.jWelte Potato Weevil and Its Control." r

: Knymond, =NM oiiger left .\Iondux'fol' county chairman came down I The crop of sweet\ J potatoes in the ADVICE TO GENTLEMENGents
3* Cor. Broadway & Dakin Ave -j:, 1 Jloswortli. having eniiloyment| in the from headquarters at Jacksonville to.''South in 11118! had u, value .of Borne

+} One Block From Depot 4"|::' olunge packing houses; at that Jioiiit.Ye lu l > present and l speak in behalf of the 117 million dollar, hut immense losses invest in one of our new ChifTonniers/ and .then you'll always
fruit are being caused.! by the weevil: ,
\ late
f understand the crop'of? work in this county, and especially in j
0 KISSIMMEE FLORIDA .:$: in that section .is a large oils \uij'l 1 the Kissivnmee. She was introduced' by 1: whichhas become pest of the first )II know where to find your collar button--maybe.

of i' work hill continue for i nil indefiniteperiod. : : the district ('hall'mlln.Iitla Inez! CarI i importance, and is now well!! fixed in
X Inquire :3> !. (!I son, with a few fitting' words. I the states! of Florida, I/jifi.-iana and .
MRS. A. ROSE[ ProprietressCryslillized :Mary 1.,." and Florence llabto'' luxe-: ,I The silver off'rinWIIS/ a generousone '/texas, says tlio State M-arketinj! ,BaIrenu. '
been visit III1'.lltth'cK .frioiwlseiir / "
/ and totaling nearly fifty dollars Tim'fvvnsi FISHING TACKLE
St. Cloud for the past week, i ii { ) i made possible by the patriotic :i With the bollwteevil.in cotton s r"- ,
<"_:":_- <+__X-<_OO-"xoooooo-----a_ ,.' .. ___: ._+u<_o i The petition! which is being circulated oeojiJo who contributed, not alone dish (other kind of weevil In sweet pita-' A I lofof" new fishing lines have just gotten'' in; and we also havea
<- ,natures and' 1 which{ is to b,! pitwnltd.In , Mrs.I .11II1I 1' Willson donated n number ,pf our /great crops are seriously mer.- good'stock of Poles Hooks. Sinkers and Patent Minnows. -
I f Salt Fish ;f i t Ih(','board l of county cununssionci'snsknig ] of latest booklet*. "When the boys ':'ticcd. The cotton weevil ha1 olready'caused I
1 that body to retain' the servtees ; ': come home from I'nnice," to be" sold, '' [ a loss of hundreds of millions

:.t:: Direct From Our fishing Boats ;:{:; of the county agricultural agent for, '. ,1hl''fu ild, 1 I' the sweet potato! weevil may t>i' "e -
y |thus l bern. circulated thi'ough/ this i sec-.i, :Mack's gnrnge" helped financially lily/ proportionately destructive and' if tve I GASHUM AND SUSETTE. -
- 4:: To You :!: .1 lion during( the past week by, I". A. donating! / thl" drayage bill. I borer rloills the mischief it seems able! "After all! !Mused Susette at the breakfast table the other day.
to il In it will the clo! ,
,, corn, '
+ 'i's SCariett.; 0I I :Mrs. Stanford, speaking!' of the require -
:: Delicious, ""TSv"faufrht! Salted ::1: I ,Chas. II. MroiiRon has! been in very I i iliealth tea. aid she was deeply thankful for, pst co-operation to head) it ofT. 'Nature always adjusts things exactly as they should be."
4 : l'ect't" poor for the past fl'w'nlel, i t the support! of the onusc'she: is Farmers who are growing sweet .
Fish! d e consumer by .fapiepaid I and I on 'I'uesthly ,!Huffm-d 'an' attack ] ..eventing. 1'1'-1 potatoes should send for, the aiove I "0. I don't know," replied Gashum, "the alligator, has got t'the
.: parcel post or evpreM it { which necessitated t the calling of Itr.Rivers ,I The quota of this drive, for Osceolaounty. mentioned l bulletin! aid pet !in touch I "
: 15 IhK for $2.41(1.( 7i ::: to attend him. ', is SHU] ; ), which .will l likelv all with the State Plant Board, at Gaire- i biggest mouth for f ps: in the world and, yet he never gets any. !

:: ::: An unusually 1'111'jCl'lmount of ferti-I!, he raised: l hy some. form of social eni I i yille and aid in the work of erad.atIing : .
:i Special price in i.nrrel lota. X I li/.c-r has been received at this 'station ','ertuinment.. i the woevli.

If you have never tried' our ::: \\ithin, the past few weeks testimony l I Thc three pests are foreign importations .

I'f Oryntalized! Dry Salt Fjsli you "{' I of )the fact that our pl'opl.Ire doing BUILDING ,CIRCLE a,; is Is the case with !most of Osceola Hardware Co.
their utnvo.st to put their citrus I lour insect pests and plant diseases I
'f have, missed a rare treat. !is|: groves in a top-notch condition? ; also The February meeting of the Building l-rand raiiieul: measures are necessary I
'I" to materially increase the'pro'.1u'tlol1 Circle of the FiJ'st. Baptist churchwas to lead() them off. 1
: THE ST GEORGE GO |::: in the various field (','ops. Shingle\ held Monday of lust week at' tlwhoml' I I
N. C. with :Mr, .
of Mrs.
: Creek has always been in the front Bryan :Maxwell A. Kilvert. of Jickwnvillo. ': -
t r St.. George on the Gulf fa;: IIi'yan and Mis. Ross Griues joint -
I'lInk'Iwn it came to production" find.is lies n business; visitor; to Ki---
i APAlACHICOLA FLORIDA i.j: i apparently envious of the position, hostesses.The -hnmee yesterday.
..... !. the piepaintions+ being made showing nft'J'non'IIS spent with penerlul -l 'I I I Contemplating Purchase?
.. :..:---.c--c--- x-<-><- l dainty refreshments of sund-
<-:-:<--oo:'*<- :":-x------oX-- maintain The bridge it. crew is engnred! in w lelienvafer< and Va- I A reception will! '.e (given nt the That's right, but be sure

F.. making some 11'S'II'1'"Hl t'" tithe The Indies occupied\: the aftcinoon ll'irt :Memorial I chapter house Fr'davovcnintr you know what you are buy: ,
I in cuttiiifr/ out and !sewing quilt Hocks 1 Feb. 2 8. from H till !JO o'clock I c j
BE A A. C. L. bridge over :Shingle; C.k.Mr I ing. If you come to us we
UTY\\ which will be sent to the mission in !
and! :Mrs ( 1'0. Mollower of 01.)! in honor of our winter victor! A -
: I lYbor City Tumpn. At the close of will give full Information
erlin. Ohio who have spent several coldial' invitation\ is extended to all.! K you
winters in Kissimmee, but who low I I the work they were served with. sandwiches '545 about the best real estate -
have( winter home at Oxford, Florida wafers and tea. NOTICE. = '
a
in the market in Kis
The collection amounted to $1-4 I
PARLORJ. Arrived from the latter place last which was added' to the Circle's! fund. I The Library !\t the Hart Memorial
simmee. It will to
Friday for a- few days visit at the pay you
Attending the meeting, were: Mrs. ,building will l he open to the puSlic onTuefday 0
home of Mr. and :Mrs. II. \V. :Morrow,
and Friday afternoons of "wy9 keep informed to of
as our
1. H. Jeffords( Mrs W. W. Kell. Mrs. 1 Tr
returning to their home Monday. ( +
i each week from 8 to 5 o'clock. I
N. B. (Carson Mrs. P. K. Weaver ferings. We have several
ROOM 61' | They made the trip in their ear. I Maude Alice Winner Librarian.' r
:Miss :Mary Bryan, :Miss Sue Bell, Mrs. .
y BEAUTIFUL BROADWAY. W. II. Jones :Mrs J. W. Wilder Mrs.! I j '+ good investments now. See

GRAYS TONE HOTEL f ri. 1 Otis Stevens'Mrs. B. I,. Parker. Mrs.A. PRESIDENT WILSOCHAIRMAN I our properties before buy
,
(Contributed).
A. Wemple Mrs. Bell :Modi Mrs.:
Miss Miriam Skilton I Our boys from overseas, called up- ,,:M. L. Meadows\ Mrs. H. :M. Breaker. A. R. C. U I IHr. ing. '
i. on for some manifestation of ;'their !]''Mrs.: E. F. Mnlloy. :Mrs. F. B. Parker ,,
REALTY COMPANY
) BREAKER.
f SK t appreciation of America, quickly Mrs O. B, Falls :Mrs. Georgia Allor. Livingston Farrand. president

i Hair Dressing Manicuring : cheer for the great Red! Cross, or Mrs. S. B. Chute Mrs. E. S. Hall, and of the University of Colorado, has II FLORIDAHavc '
| 'hats off" to the Salvation Army, sig- ::111'8.Iax Croxton.IMPERSONATOJ been appointed by President Wilson I KISSIMMEE,

,nificant are these salutes./ chairman of the central committee of :
Scalp and Face Massage | Let us of the old days of Kissim- ( DELIGHTS the American Red Cross to succeed I .
t- nee, when board walks and cows and] William Howard Taft and in that ,
treeless streets do honor AUDIENCE TUESDAY :..:..:-x--;+'rr...rrr:-:...x..x..xliJ -:-}d S yv44 "
and predominated, capacity/.will become.. executive..head.. ,
ShampooingI : ... , ...,. ,
:: ,, - "'! \> ,I, by ahorta ; parngraphthree: -" ;" -' ; :0 '-" (': ""{";" of:a l the4 I rgoaniz.ation.t1; I I :.f : i i '
cheersfortheoldl< ivicleague: ; and $,Gilbert'iAtlxjo':: ?: Eldrldge;:-a',::chataufqua'tspeakerand ''Mi1'hillliannouncemen :was made re !ml,1 l' .

,/I Phone.'137: f for Engagement otpt;, Its .'Apl ndid ,\\workerI W !l1 1 ; ;: ,lecturer,of 5 note&aiH; cen tly ''siiTiultaneou.sly};with I another!tothef : [ your Plowing DoneWith
t '
Thelmounmentltolthe'hard(work: of poured i before'an tappreciatlvefaudi| effect thatD the Red (Cross' *
$ C an ID Person ,,: :tf$>:$}i t .heseWwomen' *is*'beautiful T Broadway; enee at*the**high schooLTauditorium council would| retire'on, March 1st;wa'on.
'. 8 t1) 12 ,I, with the grass parking and wonderful Tuesday ,night under the auspices of which date Dr. Ferrand will 'assume
: Hours j a. m. : palms. This street, lying in the the Mothers-Teachers Club. his, new position. a Moline TractorWe
1 1'10' 6 p..m. of the town, of Mr. Eldridge's entertainment con national
. driveway now a part Dr. Ferrand arrived in ,
1. -a-----: :+c--oo..: the; Dixie Highway; is being adver- sisted of a series of impersonationshaving headquarters a short time ago. Until .
tised by the automobile travelers 'wide range-; of subjects, and !March 1st he will devote his time to
P A Tonic Laxative from Maine to Dakota. Every state rang the changes; from grave to gay. '' acquainting himself with the affairs I': are prepared to do all kinds of plowing

i that will remove the bile from the Liver. and will hear of Kissimmee's Broadway Youth and old age were portrayed of the war council and the Red'Cross I ,, '
clean the System THOROUGHLY without griping frequently remarked as the most artistic with equal realism and showed him to generally "before officially assuming and discing for the public with a .
1 .or dUtnrbloc.... the stomach U truly' a Perfect Lu-'j and beautiful street lying between be a real artist who visualized the the leadership of the organization.The .
t classics in literature.Mr. -;
r Jacksonville and Tampa. war council was appointed by
LAX.FQS WITH PEPSIN Would 1 it not be befitting to name 'Eldrid e was pronounced by President Wilson on May 10. --1917! Universal Moline Tractor
U the Dame of a Reliable end Perfect Laxative I' of the Civic league: workers those who' had the pleasure of hearinghim when.it became apparent that war relief t.
which KXID relieve Sick Headache DUzloeu.Indigestion of the best impersonators -
t (> labors put Broadway on the one work on an unprecedented scale
,Stomach Trouble. Gas aDd Pile caused PHONE
; br a Torpid Liver and Constipation. Alwiy UM a Florida map? Such names as :Mrs. ever appearing in the city. would have to tie done\ and that large ...
Reliable Laxative la the treatmeot of Cold. Grip !Clay Johnson. :Mrs. N. C. Bryan Mrs.N. The entertainment was given under .1 amounts of money would have 'to be : '
i aDd lofluenia. B. Carson: Mrs. H. C. Stanford MrsS. the auspices of the MothersTeachersClub raised by voluntary contribution for Mach Bros. W. H. Wilson
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN I* a Liquid Digestive B. Aultman Mrs. T. :M. Murphy, and a goodly' sum was added to' that purpose. or
Toolo Laxative excellent, in III effect on the their treasury as a result.W. .
and others should be the honor
on For the of the the
System both a* a tomb and a* a laxative. It U I .1 purposes war f
Jut ai Auod! for Children. a> for Adult Pleauat roll for their strenuous efforts. permanent organization of the Red ..,
to take. Children like. It. GOo. : When'will the women of Kissimmee F. Ward manager; of the Kis- Cross was subordinated to an. extent ..x--'" . . .------T
Made and recommended
to the Dublin by ParIs I
h Medicine Co. Su Loulm. Mix, manufacturer of !waken to other needs vital to the goodof simaiee Island' Cattle Co's. ranch, was I in the war' council. Tha original mom' ---- -
Grove, sTasteless.. .. chill Tonic. the (community._' in the city yesterday.I1 i hers i of the war council were 'l henry -
f - P. Davison. chairman; Cornelius N. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT)
:
Bliss Jr., Major Grayson M. P. Murphy -
Charles D. Norton and EdwardN.
.. Burley with William Howard Taft
> and Eliot Wadsworth, chairman and -I'UT' ON NOTICE. .
vice-chairman of the central committee -

as ex-officio members Mr. Harley The Kissimmee: City Council J. S. Cadel. as Mayor, our City Magistrate.
r resigned to become chairman' Sheriff In ram, and those who signed the obligation of the Committeeof
the shipping board; Major Murphy Public Safety and, every law abiding citizen:
resigned to go into active army ser- Kissimmee, Fla., Feb. 18, 1919.
vice; and Dr. Norton resigned on account '
of stress of personal affairs. The City Council, Kissimmee Florida.

Personal Service John D. Ryan was appointed to succeed Gentlemen: *

Mr. Hurley. Harvey D. Gibson I herewith! call your attention to a matter that happened in your city
and George B. Case were appointedto some months ago. '

i" fill the vacancies created by the It comes to me from reliable authority that George Overstreet your
e resignation of Major Murphy and Mr. in connection with others did attack and badly kick and beata
' marshal
, Both the social and business worlds are built on Service in some Norton. Consequently! Mr. Ryan and city
negro in the county jail while said negro was under arrest and under the
6.. ,, - of its many different forms. Mr. Gibson resigned their places being control of the Sheriff of Osceola County. I am further advised that the said
filled by Jesse H. Jones and Geo.E. his threaten to kill the
George/ Overstreet did flourish gun and negro, as wellas
""" This Institution justifies its place andsuccess, in this community Scott. other parties present. I'

i'= by the Person Service rendered each of its alike. We do Dr. Farrand the new chairman of that Honorable
to patrons the central committee became president I am further advised your Body says that they are not
not discriminate. of the University of Colorado"- in position to take any action in this matter until complaint is made againsthim.
1914. lie graduatedfrom I cannot understand why this should be the case. When you know
January 1. was
that a thing of, this kind was committed by one of your officers. I believeit
t j I i Therefore it is a Service which you can advantageously use in Princeton in 1888, and 1891
be to investigate. However since '
and to your duty you say someone must
of
{ your office, your business and your home affairs. _ Surgeons from the College He studied Physicians latef in Cam call your attention to it, I hereby call your attention. to it, and ask that you

U t We invite your account whether large or small. An exclusive bridge.i antropology England, and and Berlin psychology specializing , immediately I am advised investigate that W.it.B. Crawford the prosecuting! attorney of this

C feature of our Service is that we insure all deposits making it impossible and aftprwards\ came to be !known as county has investigated the matter fully and has interrogated some dozen
s witnesses. Therefore by taking the matter with him, I am
nn authority on matters of public up sure you can
at se for your funds to be lost, from any cause. health. In 1966 he became the executive get any information that you may desire in regard to this matter. .

secretary of the nr.tional association Expecting you to action this matter at your next meeting, I am,

for the study and preventionof Yours very truly,
Citizens Bank tuberculosis. He wet also treasurerof

THSIIItfTIECLKI 'WS.S. ciation.On the .American .public Health Asso! H. Edmund Swabey.Health .

account of Dr. Forrnnd's standing -.. ,
--- ---- ---- -
mil SAVINGS STAMPS in public health matters '
an expert
OF KISSIMMEE as
4aUBI> BY vita he was chosen soon after the Board, serving in that capacity I Dr. Faj-r' nd came in close contact
UNITED STATES of the United State\, Into the phtil he returned to this country I with the operations of the Red Cross
The bank with the and entry
ability willing-
GOVERNMENT war' director of the tiberculosls last week.In not only in tuberculosis: work but in
P his tuberculosis work in France, other relief lines.'
'a. :Den to SERVE work in France of the International

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