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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 28, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00896
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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i. GOOD MEETING VICTORY LOAN. CAM- .. O 600 OoCoO-OoOoOooOoO! OO-O.O 0 OOO I SYSTEMATIC DIPPING WILL ;'

BOARD Of TRADE TONIGHT ,
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BOARD TRADE 4 _, _.
It 'has ,BEGIN HERE ON APRIL FIRSTGRAYSTONE
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generally understoodthat Regular meeting of the Board of. Trade at the Council
., there will be another sale ot ,
r The regular, meeting of the Board bonds to 'cover the expense of ihi Chamber tonight, when the bnlkhead boad electioa and

t of Trade was held at the council\ naval and military forces of this ''other important matter will com up for discussion and An important meeting of cattle .
chamber when the' .country in connection with. the war. men held'in
Friday night, room was Sanford yesterday
; HOTEL
was comfortably filled with businessmen i The army has to be demobilized, sal- action. Remember your promise to attend, and briar ENJOYS' with"representatives of the State Live
; and citizens who have the welfare 'aries have to be paid, men haVe to be some one with you. .1 MOST PROSPEROUS WEEK Stock Sanitary Board and of the,United
: of Kissimmee at heart. |/|brought home, in fact expenses'can.- x States Bureau of Anima Industry
; A Chairman II. C.. Stanford prealdl: ' and many matters of interest to all and ought to be, reduced but cannot .;+ >->->e+"...>': >-:-') hundred 'room tourist hotel I. has systematic dipping of catty!
came up for discussion., I be suddenly stoppedIt is necessary opened the dining room to the, public for the eradication of ticks. .
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The Committee, composed of J. '''M. to meet these expense in the way the this, week and as a result Is, capacity About one hundred representativecattle
Willson, Jr.. W. W. Carson and Alan Legislators provide. therefore, begin at once to prepare WOULD BUY IN KISSIMMEE i full every 'night. men from the counties of Os-
with Therefore. I authorized to to' do their full duty towards the Victory It is being operated by the .Gray- ceola '
McDonough, appointed to confer am state, IF BULKHEAD WERE DONE' Orange, Seminole, Volusia, St.
the officers in regard to enforcing the "The Victory Liberty Loan campaignwill Liberty Loan campaign to be put stone Hotel Company ona twomonth's Lucle. Brevard and Okeechol, were
law prohibiting seining in Lake To- begin not later than April 21st on during the next two month The following is an extract from a the lease Granville Brown, of present, and participated in the.meeting
hopekaliga reported that they had The requirements of the Treasury are C. A. CARSON letter written winter Alden Brown Company, stock brokers Osceola's representatives being
visa
by a recent
',1 had a conference with Sheriff Ingram, imperative and cannot be finished County. Chairman. of Cleveland and Detroit, Ohio Chairman A, F. Bass and -E';, L. D.
who stated that he had ordered the without such a campaign. The forms Itor in Kissimmee, Mrs. MabelRaby\ one of. the members of the company, Overstreet, cf the board of county
fisherman to stop seining in the lake and terms of the securities to be issued ' MISS ANNE CARSON IS of Waynesboro I'a., which is indica- to an old friend of Kissim iee, havIng commissioners, M. M. Javens county
several times, and they had/ agreed to remain to be determined. Whether REPORTED IMPROVING tive of the new era for Kissimmee visited this section a number of agent; Henry Partin, W. C. Bass, Ri-
do HO, but after a short time they they be bonds or notes, it is absolutely when the progressive spirit which'I for years ago when he purchased a yacht lev Godwin, C. A. Carson Jr.. Pat
would return and begin fishing again./ essential that the widest possible Latest 'advices received by Mr. and now dominates the business men here, I,the-lakes.a hunting''Mr. and fishing trip down Johnston, Rull Bass and W. E. Smith.
;it i That he had arrested' some of them measure of distribution be realized. Mrs. C. A. Carson through the Uni- becomes known: Brown is very enthusiastic As a result of the meeting Orange
and had them before the courts but This will\ necessitate a campaign: of My Dear Mrs. Willson: over the beautiful, natural surroundings county will I begin systematic dipping
that it was impossible to get a local the same character as that conductedin ted States Consul! and Senator Fletcher "We i arrived safely February 1st. I la of this city and says there on*March 10th and Osceola and Sem- .
jury to convict them. The committee: the past, through the existing Lib .convey the glad tidings that the We getthe;; paper from Kissimnfee. 1 done simply here no limit to what could be ,nole on April l 1st. The other counties\ ,
recommended in view of this situation erty Loan organizations. They have ,condition of their daughter. Miss!do hope they will bulkhead the lake, if the lakefront which now were not yet ready to announce dates
resembles
I that our representative in the' pledged again their united support in I Anne Carson, who was reported seriously ,(i then .we will come to see you again thoughts of a malaria swamp and. suggests [of beginning'.-but it is understood that
; legislature requested to have a law order that the Victory Liberty Loan 1 ill with pneumonia in Liverpool and wilJ) think more about buying." bulkheaded. to the beholders Brevard and portions of Volusia will
passed prohibiting all seining in Os- bonds, or notes, may be distributed England last week,shows mark With the bulkhead an assured fact were the Mr. Brown looked begin dipping cattle right away, ,
ceola county. 'las widely as possible among the American ed improvement and that it is the 'the confidence of investors would boj towns over and situation, of the near-by though not under government super-
The board, however, thought this people." I opinion of her physician\ that the Improvement ,;j I established and the town. would grow savs them Kissimmee could easily I vision.
outstrip all
' al would be unnecessary and; it was generally All. committees and individuals? will continue. by leaps and bounds. I"pen." by using a little An agreement was effected between;
agreed that public sentiment ,the cattle men of Osceola and Okee-
had recently undergone a change on :Mr. Brown and his partner In the i i jchobeo, counties, to build Jointly a.
\ this subject, and that the present law Operating Company. W. W. Marma- fence between the two counties f() .
could now 1 he enforced. WHAT IT WILL COST AND WHO WILL PAYFOHIBULKHEADINGKISSIMMEE'S and duke Broadway of the Hotel New Markwell. of 49th (keen the dinned and undipped cattle .
II. A. Hunter appeare before the Here two months'York City, are !separated! until such time as both
on.a vacation
board and suggested that some effort business from II counties are declared tick free
should be made to stop the heavy lease cares, and take over the A committee of local cattle men
of the building as an cxperl-: [ !will '
trucks which are now running overand | inert with the board of county .
destroying our road testing out LAKEFRONT the ment. They are considering bonding i commissioner next Monday and ass>
tires, but no action was taken. business company and putting it on a real that a resolution he nassed fixing the
,The matter of hotel accommodations basis. first of A aril as the.dAte to begin sys
Mr. I
came up, and it was stated that BULKHEAD QUESTIONNAIRE I Brown expressed himself as tematic dicing in this county. ai
with
delighted the
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the dining room of the Graystone, our Some most pertinent questions are being asked by the voters of Khrimmee, relative to the Bulkheading of' 'genial people and seems to be enjoy- I
leading hotel, had been closed!' the COMMUNITY PICNIC AND ;
FISH
past two months on account of the the lake front This is both proper and businesslike and and upon an intelligent answer, in large measure will depend inphis experiment.
property being in litigation. MajorE. the success of the Bond Election now pending, for the purpose of defraying the initial cost of the work. We' few The social management\ attractions expects! to add a FRY AT-ALLIGATOR LAKE, t
for
C. Bryan stated that the hotel will diicuu few raise doubt themindi of certain of citizens relative the pleasureof
briefly a of the,questions which may some in our their guests and the public generally The community picnic held at the
could price be and bought moved/ at that a very a committee reasonable be to. the necessity for and feasibility of the project at this time and, and will give dances. on Tuesday: Alligator Lake picnic grounds Tuesday -

-. appointed to look into the matter and Why should we expend a large sum of money for this special improvement, while there are other of. equal Friday evening.Kissimmee has suffered was attended by fully one hun-

; ascertain what could be done, if anything import, apparently, which might engage the attention and the finances ,of the city? winter for want of a tourist greatly hotel this, dred people of' that section, who. as

: report, to back improve to the the board.situation. This, motion and- A RATHER CAREFUL CANVAS HAS BEEN MADE AND IT CAN SAFELY BE STATED THAT THE CITIZENS and it Is gratifying to the businessmen sembled. for a day of business and.

carried and a committee consisting AND VOTERS GENERALLY ARE OVERWHELMINGLY IN FAVOR OF BULKHEADING. PREFERENCETO generally and!] the well wishers of the city pleasure combined.

of E. C. Bryan chairman; A. S. ANY OTHER CONTEMPLATED IMPROVEMENT, AND IF THE QUESTION COULD BE DECIDED BY THE doors hospitably to see onen the' arid Graystone's its "At the noon hour the baskets were

Nelson, S. Li J.upfer M. Katz and REGISTERED VOTERS IT WOULD BE CARRIED BY APPROXIMATELY NINETY PER CENT OF THE VOTE well!] filled with guest. rooms opened and the contents spread on

Alexander Chairman Akerman Stanford was stated appointed.to the CAST. THIS IS CONCEDED EVEN BY THE OPPONENTS OF THE PROJECT. ---- long tables. These tempting valnds '
i LIBRARY were supplimented. by quantities offish .
\ board that he had been requested to What will be the increase in tues by reason of the Bulkhead? AND REST ROOM which were fried at the grounds A
'announce that the State Bank 'of Kisstmmee OPEN EACH DAY
would !give a bonus of $100 THIS CAN ONLY BE APPROXIMATED AT THIS TIME. BUT IT.CAN BE-DONE WITH REASONABLE I NOW "which made a feast "fit for the gods."

for the first building costing $5,000or CERTAINTY. FIGURING THE INTEREST ON THE SINKING FUND FOR THE CITY'S SHARE OF THIS The Hart Memorial; building which listened During to the interesting afternoon talks the from company

more erected in Kissimmee. WORK, A SUM NOT GREATER THAN, $6,000.00 ANNUALLY. WILL HAVE TO BE PROVIDED. AT THE is used as a rest room and library i Ili hfill, representative of the State Mr.
,, The matter of securing a grape CITY'S PRESENT ASSESSMENT. THIS WOULD MEAN THREE MILLS, OR IN DOLLARS AND CENTS, ABOUT will be open each day except Sunday Animal Industry Bureau, who spokeon ;
fruit referred juice to factory the committee for this city was in- $3.00 A YEAR TO THE MAN WHOSE PROPERTY IS ASSESSED AT' $1,000.00. MANY CITIZENS OF KIS. Alice from P a. m. to 6 p. m. Miss Maude farm conditions generally; and
on new Wagner the
charming hostess
du tl'ies.y SIMMEE CHEERFULLY CONTRIBUTE MANY TIMES THIS SUM TO VARIOUS PROJECTS; WHICH WOULD will be there at these hours. assistant Miss May state Morse, of Tallahassee, the

G. M. Taylor] moved that the committee NOT APPROACH THE BULKHEAD PROPOSITION IN IMPORTANCE FOR THE FUTURE; PROGRESS AND Arty: one wishing to entertain their ,explained the dairy conditions, specialist of the, who Increased

,' ',.;", ,ot) transpottation be requested BEAUTY OF THE TOWN. %-iends with "a cup of tea" may ar- milk contest, which begins
"o takcjup the:matter,of the unftnich'dljyoad range-with Miss WagneriMASQUERADE
first.
", sj,between,$\\Kissimmeet'i,and Are the Lake Front owners in favor of the project or are they opposed to. it on. the ground that it will. in no .,. ",April ; _, '

mpb'llwith'theJLState$ Highway way improve or enhance the value of their property? [

ommission.Tfand'could not' he'if see forced jeifli theji to'complete contractors , TRY TO BUY SOME OF THIS PROPERTY AND SEE. IF YOU WILL NOW PERMIT US TO GENERALIZEA AT COUNTRY\ .,' f

the paving. This motion was seconded LITTLE, WE WOULD LIKE TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE MANIFOLD ADVANTAGES, TO BE DERIVED
and carried. PROM THE UTILIZATION OF OUR LAKE FRONT, BOTH FOR PLEASURE AND FOR PROFIT. THE OUTLOOK -

The board adjourned to meet again.. FROM THE WATER FRONT CANNOT BE EXCELLED IN FLORIDA WHEN THE WORK OF. NATURE '

tonight (Friday.) HAS BEEN ENHANCED RY THE SKILL AND INGENUITY OF MAN.. THEN INDEED WOULD THIS BEAUTIFUL CLUB BIG SOCIAL SUCCESSThe :'

I CITY OF KISSIMMEE, BE "PARADISE ENOW"-WITHOUT THE LOAF OF BREAD, THE JUG. OF WINE I .
ENTRIES CLOSED FOR OR "THOU.! -

Below. i is set forth succinctly-detailed information which may answer many of the question of the citizens of I Country Club presented a gay and Girl.

THE CITY PRIMARY Kusimmee interested in this improvement. These figures have been carefully compiled a trained man with much scene Tuesday night when a merry Harry Hunter-Country. Gentleman "

data available and are not based upon conjecture. They are submitted for your consideration\; I crowd of masked revelers assembled Wells Mrs J. Z. Roberson and Mrs E. E.

What is the total amount of Bonds asked for?-__--___-_ _----______--_--__--- -.__nnu$ 97,500.00 there for a benefit reception and Mrs-Rhea Colonial, of Dames.
r It is some time since the citizens What i is Illegitimated cost of the Bulkhead and Fill-----------------------------$ 77.210.00 dance, given'under the auspices of the : Grecian Costume.Washington, D. C.-

uf interest Kissimmee in civic have politics taken so as strongan in tlu What i.i the estimated cost of. the Commercial Dock? --v---------------------, 3,470.00What golf In club.the receiving line as the guests I Mr. and Mrs. Burrows-Pierre Cos

coming: election, which is doubtless i is the estimated cost of the Pier and Boat Basin?-- ____n____-_______-hh 4,320.00 arrived were Mrs. Jas. Will Hunter, tumes.

due to the question of bulkheading, What i is the estimated cost of the Street Improvement____ _--____-__'-_____ -_____ 12,500.00 $ 97,500.00What of Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. M. Katz,
which is before the people. Mrs. J. S. Cadel. 'Mrs. II, C. Stan Ma-mie!I :

Milton.executive Pledger, chairman of thity's < i is the City's share of. the cost of the Bulkhead and Fill? ___h______________$ 16,156.00 ford, Mrs. W.: A. Hamilton, of Toronto. Trench. .
committee, stated: Canada, and Mrs. M. Rhea
that three candidates had fulfilled all What will it cost to. fill the City's lot at the electric light plant? ---='.______--_--__ 2,875.00 Washington, D. C. J L> of I Mrs.Mrs. Livingston-Foreign Costume.
II.
the conditions imposed by the whiteman's What amount of the cost of the fill is to be paid by the abutting The pleasant rooms of the clut> Misses Mildred C. I'lano Turville-Little and Girl.:Marion'

party, attendent on being in property owners? _______-____________________veraent _-__._________,,_ 58,179.00 were used "en suite" and were artis- Porter-Indian Maidens. \
the race for mayor; J. S. Cadel, the Estimated cost for Dock Improvement__________-_ ______-' __--____________ 7,790.00 tically decorated with cut flowers and Mrs. W. Hamilton and Mrs. S. H.
present official, E. A. Milton, and W. banboo which
.1. Steed. For Street Improvement __--______________--_____._ _______--_________--_____ 12,500.00 $ 97,500.00 a bower of beauty transformed and made them a fitting into' Bullock Miss -Kenton Colonial Pierfe Costumes.
Costume
An unusual condition prevails in effective background for the varicol- II1i8lll Isabel
the city council, far three councilmenare .What i is the approximate total amount to be paid by the city? __hhh______.$ 39321.00 ored costumes of the dancers Costume., Hamilton-ForeIgn
to be chosen for a term of two What i is the approximate total amount to be paid by the property owners? __hhn_ 58,179.00 97500.00. The dancing program was well arranged Miss Frances Hamilton-Old-Time
years and one for one year. Nine I and reflected credit on the English Dress.
candidates in all have qualified for I committee having this feature in Mrs. Stanford-Foreign Costume.
the nomination. Those for the ful! How much land is within the area bounded by the St. of the work. -tom charge. It combined the popular one- Sheldon Johnson-Pierre Costume.
term being Dr. W. W. Carson, R. S. step, and waltz with
Floyd, G. W. Fox, F. H. Lawson, G.C. Cloud Salter Belt R. R., and A. C. L. R. R., and Clyde Avenue THE OWNER HAS THE OPTION OF PAYING CASH the Paul Jones, and Circassian included a Circle Barn, Sailor.Dr. Arthur. of Lafayette, Ind..-

I Livingston, H. M. Breaker, and and the Bulkhead line? ON COMPLETION OF THE WORK OR TO PAY ONE- Dance. Early in the program a grand Dr. Dick, of Toronto-Naval Cap
Howard Katz. Two men 'are asking 136 ACRES TENTH EACH YEAR FOR TEN YEARS UNTIL PAID march was held when all the masked tain. ,
to be' nominated for the short term: guests circled the rooms, passing be- Basil Hamilton
A. S. Reed and W. II. Arnold. What i is the amount of land reclaimed? FOR. fore the seats of the judges whose LeRoy Ix>sley--Uniform.Foreign Costume.

.The names of the city clerk and, 100 ACRES, AND 36 ACRES MADE MORE DE- On what basis was the cost per cubic yard of fill ascertained difficult task it was to decide 'to whom Mrs. Emmett! Brown-Japanese ,
treasurer will not
the tick-
appear on ? should be awarded the prizes. Lady.
et, as they have no opposition to ref SIRABLE. Miss Mildred Turville. a charming Dwight Funk-Sailor

". nomination and automatically sue- What is the average cost per acre to. the property owner ON THE REPORTS OF ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS Indian maiden, was given the ladies Mrs. Dalgarno, of :Minneapolis.-Boy. .
Geed themselves ? WHO ARE IN THE DREDGING BUSINESS, first jrize; Mr. W. Hamilton, inXrue. Gilf. Widow. '
The city marshal George W. Over- WHu STATE THAT THE WORK CAN BE PERFORMED Irishman's garb, received the gentle. Dick and Gordon Bullock-Foreign
street, is a candidate for renomina- $710.00. man's and '
prize; little Miss Dorothy Costume.
AT THE COST UNIT ON WHICH THESE FIGURES
tion. with J. M. Woodall and Howell Bullock, as Robin Hood, was awardeda Mrs. Jas. Allan-Indian
Bass, as opponents.For How many lots. 50x150 feet will one acre make? ARE BASED. prize for having the most original Several winter visitors among Maid. the

executive committee we have 4 AND 8-10 LOTS. How long will it take to complete the Bulkhead and costume. guests preferred attend unmaskel
W. C. Bass, C. A. Carson, G. W. Persons Among those cleverly portraying and the lovely
and Z. What i is the of the fill lot FiD? gowns of the ladies
Bass. average cost per ? their characters, were: added to the beauty of the scene. A
The primary will be held March $148.00 BASED ON USING A 12 INCH DREDGE THE WORK Mrs. Claud Lee. of Baltimore-Gay number of others, principally gentlemen -
Sth. when it is thought practically the CAN BE COMPLETED'IN TEN OR TWELVE MONTHS Balloon Cady.; attended as onlookers or participated
entire voting strength of Kissimmeewill What improvement are to. be made with the $12,- Mrs. Cobb, of. Minneapolis-A in the dancing.
voice its sentiments. 500.00 for Street? In what way would the expenditure of this 95500.00 Stately Night L. A. Hamilton, in a- Hussar' uniform

PAVING AND CURBING THE LAKE SHORE DRIVE benefit the city, in direct distribution Mrs. Nellie Regero-Red Cross directed the neoprsm, and lead
DR. GEIGER HONORED. Nu rae. the grand march with !Mrs.\ W. Ham
OTHER HARD SURFACING WITH MARL OR CLAY THERE WOULD BE APPROXIMATELY 25 MEN EM. Mrs. L. If. Ingram-:Miss Columbia. ilton. .

Dr. H.this S. Geiger we |k ,a of communVcatilon this city, received OR SHELL, THE EXTENSION OF THE SEWERS AND PLOYED CONTINUOUSLY FOR ONE YEAR. THE Mrs. N. C. PaverNurse.Mrs. The music for the event was rendered ..

from the War Department stating WATER. MAINS AS THE NECESSITY ARISES DISTRIBUTION WOULD BE AS FOLLOWS: Frain-For-Get-Me-Not. by a four-piece orchestra. its
that he had been re-commissiqned as LABOR, 35 PER CENT ______________$ ,:34,125 Mrs. A. W. Bailey and Mrs. E. D. "....wnn.1! being: Mrs. Bullock, Mrs. ,
Ha there been enough'money asked to complete the Katz-Little Girls- Ellis Mr. Rouse and LeRoy Lesley.They .
Captain, Medical Section, Officers Reserve FUEL &: OPERATION, 25 PER CENT $ 34,125
Corps, U. S. Army, to rank as I Bulkhead and Fill MATERIALS, 40 PER CENT___ ______ 39,000 Dr.Mr. Halt Bailey-Country of Lafayette Gentleman. were generous with their music
Ind.-Char and responded to continued encores.!
such from Feb. 21, 1919, the, commission YES. SURVEYS HAVE BEEN MADE OF THE EN- acter Costume. During the intermission in the

acompanylng the communication. TIRE AREA TO BE FILLED, LEVELS HAVE BEEN $97,500.00Of Miss Elsie Hatt-Turkish Girl. dancing! assorted! cake! and fruitpuqeh
Gei-er TAKEN AND A GRADE ESTABLISHED THUS MAK- Misses. Gladys.Griffin and Dorothy were served.
tion from the service December 21st ING THE COMPUTATIONS OF THE AMOUNT OF the entire amount, approximately $68,250; or 70 Wells-Clowns.! The dance was! attended i bv more ry
last, and had made no effort to retain THE FILL ACCURATE. per cent would be spent among oar business men and John Lee-Black Face. 11 than hundred people and many ex-
his commission the Medica Corps citizens, making an additional pay roll pA' month of Will Mason Tiller, Roscoe Roberson i nrMSed th. Belief that It was among
"'CJ! the Army. what way can s the property. owner pay their cost $5,688.00. and Emmett Brown-Sailor Boys. *Jl I tie most delightful affairs of the entire is
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there was 'anything included for the I Georgia Ettginerlng Co., with- reference ." " " "" .......... ........"....,.
.. Caldwell's .Syrup Pepsin is. payment. of the demonstration agent to sale to county of what brick .

i. ; just what, r aced It.- is asplen-: '' when he replied the budget there wan was made$1200( to included wnic.li they road.'had left over on the_w St. Cloud. THE' MOSTDANGEROUS '

In' the budget for such purpose Tho f.: The matter of apportionments of >
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a did laxative; mild and pleasant .,and acts 50'1 1 1e board-then assured Mr. Gomme that cattle inspectors was passed to a future DISEASE
(I there was nothing personal that''
session of the board.
e quickly and easily,, I wouldn't be without it,. prompted their action. Mr. K. G. Reynolds asked the board N<4 erratic of the human life are eo let some WLT! MEDAL: HaArlem Oil ,
:Mr. )1). G. Wagner appeared before' Important to health and long e. thekidneys. Capsule at once They are an old tried
I I to give him some idea of when they When they slow and
and it in home all the time the hoard I I'tIIU' up com- used all the world for
keep our and'agked them to make 'would want him to begin work on the menon to lag In their duties, look out'! preparation over
repairs' the road from Kis- eyed out what the trouble _without r"nlllrl., They contain only old-faah-
I-rom a Itttvt lo Dr. Caldwrll written by\ I simmre to his the sUI'\'ey.,1l' and platting of county dnlay. W hone vi r you Mai! nervoun. loned eoolhlnit olla combined ...till.tr""arthKlYlnr
(Mu U. C, Mui|>h)'. 4. 'alker.Sirttl. I place, board agl'eedIthilt ,roads. Commissioner Partin made a weak, diary' uir r from leeplefiinee and "y.,lem-el an.lnherhe .
l'eplIll'lIvould ba made as soon well fcpown and used by phyelolanii -
Atlanta (la. / motion that the matter be passed to or have palm In the back-wakr Mr
'tis they ('ouhllCet to it. the next session of the board motion at ow.. Your kidneys need help. Thane Atn their daJlr practice: : UOLD
; \ MKI> Haarlem oil Oupeule* are Imported
are m\ftnn to warn that kid.
Mr. liaisden you your
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came the! seconded 1 bv Commissioner A, I'. Baas nays a.ra not performing their funo- direct from the laboratories In'
board and asked that the road to and carried. lions' |>roi>erly. They are only halt Holland. They are ('Gny.ol.nt'to talc..
< Dr.: Ca1'dwe11'sSyrup Kenans villo be repaired, whereupon ,, The clerk informed the board that doing th.drwork' and are allowing.Im* and will either give prompt relief
',: ; Commissioner H. II. Uuy made a mo funds for tick eradication: and for purples Into tn uric accumulate acid and and other be convened poisons at any drugbetor.rbut, be Auk mire for to

itign'that, :Mr. Uaisden be instrux'l''dI hard surface roads were short 'where which are ..au.inj you dlatreiis and will : get the original Imported UILD
: I { '.make such repairs as were needed the board instructed the clerk destroy you unless they are. driven MICA t-rnnd. Accept no aubetltute.
PepsinTtc !'!dn Mild load, motion seconded by, upon from your ayitem I In enaJed packaicee. Three elxea.

,(Commissioner (1';;,nest Math and vyt- tu Amount secure in a said loan, fund.for'' The the clerk necessary was ................"Ct. ...." ..".."..... .. .........".......... ,.

ried.1)r.. -- --- -
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'' ( also instructed. to issue Voucher for -
(:;.'," '. Perfect: Laxative. I. J..4, McCarthy appeared lie- iI.f:: :;iH.il: on S. K. & II. 'di tr'ct No. 1 -
fore the hoard and stated that he .
' '
:. \' for> npnii-annual interest" on bonds.(
, . . I would nut be uhlc to ,, ;. ': 1' 1'I' Notary
; : ,
/ ;:'Wti: ( ': ?''f'W'\I'\ '(,:, ':.5lt hy )Druggists: Everywhere:{" '/,\:" \\1-\ .:. I t the IcDlk'H'd county hi us*. county leslgntltion' physician as' such and\ I !. \ examined and anprovej
', ,'. \\l ,,, I"" ,,, ,I", was {
)> 'r" . \VliH-lj resignution'lvus accepted 1 by SALE ORf
-50() cts. (Slut) $1 00 . the 1'0111"1. ,. Feed bill of or'soncrs' were*vamincd I FOR
and approved'; '; bond of S. J Entrikeras I
.,
( I Hi') McCarthy slated that he had .trustee S. R. & B. district N" 2.
heed authorjjiod! to make the examination examined and, approved. Costs bill of

...: Recommended. as :a positive remedy for constipation of the. school children and 1 asked S. W. Porter in case of C. Burkhart.was '
: : t that he be allowed to proceed w'Ui\ examined annroved! and orderedpaid '

mild and gentle in its action. The' ::1'the w01'k. to which request ,no oujvc* '(, l. Mr Ord.ia Bas and M. M. Jav'tn . '
; L-
w're !
raised 1
tion '' filed their monthly renorts. ;
.. sthndard in countless homes. }
family remedy The matter of appointment of a i(I i "'-.warrants\ were ordered cam .

A trial bottle c.an be obtained by writing to ,1D'r. !j''attention county physician of the was board brought whereupon; to the! ,relied:I'-from the various funds as follows TRADE E -

I Commissioner John Partin made R |: .
.. W." I B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, I 11 motion that Hr. J. IX Ohunn be appointed lt"\ .-urnrun I+und _ l.''l
edl, l- "mil am! Itildae Jl
Monticcllo)) Illinois.Proceedings ) upon) the same terms an r Sn"clnl Ptilillclty Kuml ._-._._ 1. 1ri1Sll.iul ,
I II U1'III' was ]W. :McCarthy: motion Huffni'o" )t."Ir'L'''' _ BH1R1*
I''sei'omled! by, Commissioner honest. Tin' county depository.. report/ howil -
....,, and <> Hi-' r..I1'ln.. hRhuw"In th. v" u'IIMIB -
carried.Mr.
-- --- -- -- -- Much:
: : I II.! F. Hoe came before the fl.'iii-iul. funds' '(H.venue February___1._. _1911. -: .t ?1767" The dwelling property of W. D.
: I board and asked them \what the Ken- 11.m.l. nti.l. 111'.1.. .- 2.2J1 TspiTlnl .-

:1'. of the County Commissioners r Im ,';lIe Hank would have to' do to 1 '. Sillf.ua I'ul.llclty.--- 9. 'eLIRllnrd !1. nTho Burkam situated No. 104
qualify to handle a part of the county follow: i ;: tiitt bllln W. !o cxiimlfinliuii ; ,
funds. Mr. Roe was advised that he |.oy<*il und ordered 1 paid: Corner lot. Ga-
1The I have to bond satisfactoryto lrn: .>.Ht M......h. oomml"$i lin,>r .--$ ."" Cherry street.
board: of County Commi,4s1onera 'end two men down and make ,thc would give ,\ f.* nn..... nmmlHnloiH'r. _.__ ._. 12'' ")
an and for Osi-uolu county) Florida nouoHsaiy lopaiis. :Mr. Sinjilctary: alii the l bond. trustees in S. I K. & B I K: 1.I.-. .\.rslrect.con, ,inl.siancr I" .."" rage. Cement sidewalks and +
met in regular" session wi 'Fetxiary *- stated that the road from Campbell ,district-No.: 3.Mr John' 11111111+ commlimlniM'r I Ih.miII
.
/ :3, then! bring present A. 1 F. running' south of the HO"an place vwn '' : C. S. Acree came before the Vn1 II.liiliiivlnti.._4 driveway. Building modern in
HUBS, chairman; E. I.. I n. Ox'pi,,,street, ''in need of rop.urH.i .liouid and naked 1 them when O-tceola .1 I. "v..im"rc..t. cleric------------. I 119.0"v i
}:chest :Math, John I'.utm. trod! It. U. i : r. Writer liionson oippoured be- | I'ounh''ou1.J bcRin to dip cattle according \ II rf'''.wf..rd. pros. "tt) __.. 3 ll.
I'1 _ 21; ''! with
; to the law governing cattle T M I MurpliJuilKf - particular spacious
(; commisioners Pal the that the every
U) > ; Johnatun utI hoard and stated I I. 11 1"ul'nm. care of Jill' _._ ,. 12 %"
.torney for the board l. und J. I.. O\vi' dip ut the ionic: Brollson place had ] Mr. Acree was advised that 11 M .Ii.i>" 'im, eau lit y nii-lit liiflim'
I the hoard would notify him when the __ _ 3">."". Good condition.
street tlerk. not as >'et been built and that the locution I J IJ: 1111"", Jjinllor Hu - rooms.

The (ward Aas called to order by hud been decided upon) hy cattle i time was riffht. I IIr. .1.\ II M Ilv"ns I. "I'Minuncery.. mnlnli"'nanre-_ 'n.in "0"'',+
i its chairman, and the minutes of the owners front i Osceola) and 1 Orange: I :\ G.1 K. Aims, state enfjiiu-er. .1 VVininnm ".. ,term I
m regular session of January lend and counties and insisted l that the vat lie appeared before' the board and presented \li r..1 i I': .sti-iiKon -_ Inns'. Present owner secured the
approved. built, whereupon, Commissioner John' a report of the work l'om'pletl'dbv I Mm, I I. Mnhli u __ son
__
ft i"itMm
lion. W. J. Sears appeared before Part in made a motion that Mr Ordia the Peninsular Engineering & | M I i,r. M X Simmons Ilitiimon( .' -,*-f-B -*< "" for and is
property mortgage
the (board and asked that they make Has b* instructed to proceed with Contracting ('0.. and also filed monthly ? ( !Sum u".,1 1 M,,iit iliic-a __. n"".'. i i

i some effort to open the ditch uniting the work motion seconded by Comnnssioner statement of said company, opinion ,VinitU, KMIMS: .". . *1 It.nil tired of A bar-
Mm M Sin itli > holding.
through North Kissimmee so that the li. II. Guy and (carried it )of :Mr. Pat Johnston attorney for the Italia Jiinlunn, '. -- 5e"Mra great 1
water ('ould'lI'et out without barking being' understood that Orange county ':boa id. upon the payment of overhaul. \ JiiKV: .I'lKlttolt. Son '

up on lands that are being used as ifs I to pay; for half of the expense of and other matters connected with the .lime Mm S fli-mt'iitu.\ W' llnon "" nil"B "" gain for somebody. .\
.
truck gardens in that vicinity: Mr. the vat. I IIr. I company.Mr. Ml" tune John .-. Sun, >
Sears suggested that tbe ditch be !' :\ Hronlon'IIlso'' called attention i| : Arms reported that he had' l Mm J II \> il...ht .' __u- 11.1111'
made deeper and wider so as to( carry ,to the, \at that should be'..cotistuctedat mailed a copy of such letters or opinion 1 M It l.lv'InirBtiin "" S ."" If interested consult your local i
R ""
off the volume to the Bond Company, etc. The Pinnlc" I\HII: ,
of water that comes in the intersection of Orange O, ('o- H Tllll 50.'
from the west. He' also insisted! that ola Lake and Polk coi htiet, whereupon amount of the estimate of work done' K M MH-le-lland, -- B "" real estate agent or communicate i
t they send some of the county convicts the clerk was instructed to bv the Peninsular Eneineerinp & li Vi.Kli-r J'II"
"
'
to do the work. Mr. Farmer Informed .write the board of commissioners Contracting! Co.. was 7089.54, of f'lnuj Malta r.iHlnnton K-ffntpr .__n 'Goo 4."'>"> with '\
the (board that his crew was so from each of said counties,and ascertain which amount 4283.88 was freight i I I ]K JnkHon -u HI,""
short. that it would not be practicalto if they would pay their prorataof on material balance to be issued to ,,Chas I'revnll. wood 112' I

take any of file men off. I{ the cost of construction of such ,company, and for which amount the
:Mr. Clark: Howell appeared before vat i clerk was instructed to draw vouchers Vnlli-v, tlnx.-lte.. blank ---___-..- 11Kliwv \ .. 11
the board in the interest of the ditch { The board met at 2 p. in., a full on S. R. & IlL, district N2. Tel ('0.. phone rent _.-_u Inn>
near his place stating that something board being present. Mr. S. M, Headley' appeared before I'nion Ovpn-im Co. lumlwr n_. 1XKS1" '
_
."
must be done to protect him. Commissioner :\11'. AVm. F. Gomme district agent ,the board and stated that he had a''',\V 1.&iiM-rnlreet.Iirn Co.,'"nupplli-a,,,>(r....... record- - IStJnT S 17Mrcitla S. Y. WAY ;

E. L n. horstreet made a for the :Jouth Florida Agricultural paralytic stroke and he was unable to ( lid l"-..Co., mipplleii. ___ III". y
motion that Mr. Farmer- instructed Experiment before'I.earn his support and asked tot{ be allowed St" Cloud. TrllTune, IIIi) ( notice 3 '011. ,
Station
appeared St" CI..U.I Tribune' lilank 7l'l.1Vef'urrSawyer '" ,
to go! out and (ill up the ditches' the board and stated that he under-' to !jro to the poor. farm. .Mr. ; Co., 'nupplle __ 311V i
along the public road and put then' in stood there was some probability tjiat''Farmer was instructed to take :Mr. \ & C* Urn. C.. sup to pauper41 j good condition as they before the board Headley out to the pool farm and MnrliK-n "Pharmacy medicine __ 3 H
were
would let,:Mr. M.1.: javens .
[ mefc. 3.47
\VeHtern Pnlon to corns .
I .road &was i,:, brlcked, \\i :hereupon ]jgojafter'i his ;time';waslup/andiasked, 'are} orhim.a,1.; ;..appeargdsbefore: l .,1 K'singlplarvlumber'a. ; "'
I' :, 1'artinsecondedt !;i.t then:fry( their* 'f ',t9t: r It4GalRey'noldd; ) !,1"1 'M"rl't lw..tjtl"'Kallll(
: motion and the Jsame was'arried i.Lion "and'a fterCpomey'dieeufsion'ofsthe: I HI 'oardtendstatedtthatDIrJCaines* [! 1 ''ar Hl'own' lI'uardlnl'l'. .

.' itTwaslso{ ordered' !" [.matter: the, board j advised tMr GomJSme"that'it asfrepresentativefofjtheS; [ ConsolidatedLand !<1S PI\\ft\HlitoiiSr"U.1'1"rmifrttsuptjrondspgB.uvtlroal .aansr711111e *! rWSm'j-m,7Qbaccosl;
Dlr Ga'Di"Taylor"came }Co 8 had requested| ,,
; before the was'only" on account'of 1 thefcountyS: JJftffk onKirRlnirofee.WS4'ii) | _
board and stated that'th..I'e were fund The clerk was then asked if to put in cattle guards on the road to 'I''ovlnirton'. "'Costrlpesl to' ffaftffJp| 5NO
three sharp curves on the Orlando :Melbourne as it would be imoossible \\" & < lira" Co. Km. to gang ____ 17.17V
_._ .
\ & f urn Co. rnulo feed 211Chnrle
toed that were Bested\ that electric lights be placedat No action was taken. I 'hllr"II"s., road wrok _ _- 18 75 Flavored
these places and The board instructed the clerk to ''I. H Farmer mule hire __ __ Brt.ni, .
agreed( if the
__
O HiKklfB, if onjV
to
1 gang
A. E. potatoes
('oun1would furnish the material for DROUGHT I pay the bill of E. R. Bass for one-half ( H MakliiBon' supplies to Kanlc" 3.115 i t
installing such lights the city would :i of costs of construction of dip vat 1':\,i'itludeH c).premi Co lumber 224 NIt >
1' do the work and keen the lights 115 Broadway in Hrevar'd county; $2i3.32.: nnd one- 'I HIM noble. .uppl\..... etc. __ __ PI 21 "YourNoseKnowsThe
t' up ..1 K :Mnclilary. lumber __ 33"
1ht>-tolal expense of the work wa I' half of salary of inspel'tor.12.50: II C "Stanford, nhor ti,> Wang-___u_ 1.B8 l
estimated at $532! : .SO. The county wall Real Estate and Insurance : also R. W. Porter $12.50 for bond of C 'I Titter, ffupplle to (.'0. auto23.nsKI
liked to pay $25000 of such amount: 1 IS. J. Entriken trustee S. R. & B. tlis-: | 11f"\ \Vnirnn"ork.., repairs __ 110Sij Encyclopaedia Britannica !
.__.__. _
the J Kami/ I crow bar 1.11"1 -
matter was passed to the :March REPRESENTS : trict No. 2.! 1. .X v' I. freight' on l brick -- __._--0'.26) says about the manufacture of ;
meeting. I I I The matter of opening bids on con- ,. So '111\ ;MfK' Co. rlk to dale UIl3.1 "

i k Mr.! George T. Smgletary; appeared The Home Insurance Co. of New struction of roads in S. R. & B. district i I IMnii>t,te' :h.ink ItanU::; : : I Intercut loan to II on S loan Koad..5i_. =: .>iirnn At' AT.1.unfit smoking tobacco, . on the = j

before the board and asked that some I York the National Fire I No. :3! was taken tip and bids opened A i 1'ialher. hauling ____ IBIno Continent and in America certain'sauces' f ,
Insurance \.4
j' repairs be made on the loud between ns follows: Carlson and Trickle 1V W.irr./i.' lumttfr 211.n.lOmni
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Campbell Station and the Point and Co. of Hartford. The Sun and ,.and Emel] Mach and T. B Gillespie .InurnlK-an. labor _.__ ____ 7niB I are employed . the ;

Lifter some discussion'' by the boardSl"trletary many other reliable companies I the items of each bid being read in iirdla: Bourne HHHK. .l labor ifro. dipping ncct vat vnts hands n 377 13,124.**>HM use of the 'sauces' is to improve w
I \and 1\11'\ board and carefully considered
,open
regarding the' i iiA' 'n linirnfuran lalior dip vale 1512
cork. Mr. .1-'nrmer wan instructed 1 1 to by them. Commissioner Ernest :Mach \\ II 1lnklusnn,.. HupplleR, _u II 7"llvinii > the flavour and burning: qualities (
b .
____
lIiI labor 311.46
I made a motion that contract be .111''al.* of "
the
-- Hun NVhlililen.. labor dip \ntsP.niitt -_ 411.I! i leaves.,

F r 4stiC'{ fi: ht ?: d ''':tr":'''rh-<- ':'':'':'':':. +:---X: ; _:_:... ..:_:..: .....,-<..X---: being awarded the to lowest Carlson and nnd hest Trickle bidder they lln Kolirf.... labor labor dip dip vats vats._.___._ 2o 4.75< 21Chun Your

I i :Motion seconded bv Ccmm.ssioner; 14\"<-i.tt II(.IKH, labor dip' vata __ 1IR4liiliull smoke-enjoyment 'de ;

k X f John Partin and carried. Jim Siitfi-1'ut.is, lahor, lahor dip| tats slip >n'nts4rt____ 114(6 III.l pends as 'much upon the Quality 1

+ f_ Our Boys Have "Cleaned | :Mr. W. R. Fuller came before the 1) II II"... labor dip vats-____ 47' and kind a
of
__ flavoring* used
Up"The i i board nnd insisted thrt the brick for I.ottn will M.Kei; NOIIIHI: '. labor' labor dip dip\ats\atii___: R7 14.73llarr"id 14 as -
the St. Cloud) road he for f. b. ,I' the Quality and
1 I paid o. \Voodall. labor dip.itn 3S 9I SI upon aging of t\,
:factory, the matter being discussed I I Will I-I'hlld.l labor dip \'al..._ l')> II
Kaiser Initial (Run. labor dip \nts 1111) the tobacco. -
I The all
Hun i by parties interested u.
uirs
:, and r. I passed. I| Hun1Slminuna.. labor dip vela.. II/II'' .
I The clerk r\/l.R letter from the ,. \Vhlild-en., labor dip vata n 16112
I- l.l\lncKti Ai Ton. .liaullntr __ 11 l "0 Tuxedotobaccousesthepurest, i
rdla Hn.... services .. ___.__ 21"
German i 1 r. It H,,"... salary _____ _-__-_uu_ 42 5" most wholesome and delicious of
I
Autocracy HOW DOCTORS I F: It Ha". ront dip \at un 211332
.1 K Klnxletniy lumber ___._n. III .O" all flavorings-c/ioco/afe That "
t t .1 K, "'In.d.-ar ', lumber _.___-__ 35,04oscroln
,TREAT COLDS Hd)", Co, cement etc -- 731 49vn flavoring, added to the finest of :
t \ I.nmr>ntte. Cooper's dip -_ 27K nrt"
i Bank or St Cloud, loan. 3 mo3OOO carefully aged and blended
I A AND THE FLU flank or St Cloud. Inl..rp.ttLn._ firt no
Wonderful. Achievement J (' l.unliiK, bal. due for convicts! 57.l0! burley tobacco, produces Tuxedothe i
i J I* (>ver.treet, convict release 15.Oi
I First Step In Treatment; Is a Brisk Pur-! It II R,,Mioldn, surveying n__._ 1'10.110 perfect tobacco- I
C S Arree, work; on Point road.. 250), 95-T a
i + I ,afire With CaloUbi, the New Nan- I \v II Maklnson, supplies hu_ 210 "Your Nose t 1
.T K. sinitlftary. lumber 34 40 Knows )
sealed Calomel.
Let ; N \\ Simmons, work Wolf C'k R I us MOW "clean up" at home Bt once 'i' I. H Inarram feed prlnoners . IS BO .
: Doctors have found Tlf ;Murphy, judge Juv. Court12 SOS '
I experiencethat
t I' all our business by \\' )Porter. cost Car Inqueat _. 15.4'') I r
affairs. /medicine/ for colds and influ- 6u 4NreEl> TO SA1lSry .
.1- We enza can be depended upon for full There being:! no further business to OB VOUP MONEY SACK i
are asking all our customers to "clean up" in |effectiveness until the liver is made come before the board, they adjourn'

full all account that they owe us between 'i thoroughly active. That is why the ed, to meet in special session at 10
I and the close of the now first step in the treatment is the new, a. in., Feb. 12th for the purpose) of Try This Test: Rub a little Tuxedo ,4
year 1918, that is, during I jnautealecs Calomel called Calotabs, approving the bond of Carlson and briskly in the palm of your hand to i
the next six weeks. Be sure to give this I which is free from sickening, and salivating Trickle and the transaction of such brmg out its full aroma. Then smell tit

personal attention. your effects of the old style calo other business as may come before O deep-its delicious, f
mel. Doctors pure /ragranco
I also point out the fact them. will
If that an active liver goes a long way convince you. Try this test with

you cannot raise the money we will towards preventing, influenza and is any other tobacco and we will let '.
of the The Board of County .Commissioners Tuxedo
rJ. one most important factors in' stand or fall
on
accept Liberty Bonds and War enabling the patient to successfully regular in and session for Osceola county met in F ment-uYour Nose Knows.your judg-"
on February 12th
'
withstand
an attack and ward off
Saving Stamps In payment pneumoniaOne pursuant to adjournment of February
the 3rd. there being A. F.
Cao ab present
the
on at bed
tongue
of your account. time, with a swallow of water-that's Pass chairman; Ernest Mach John :

all.No salts no nausea nor the (Continued 2iiocedoTh.
PLEASE \>n Page: Three.)
DON'T BE A SLACKER lightest interference with youc; eating -
pleasure of work. Next morn-
4 Yours respectfully ing your liver is active your system No Worms In a Healthy Child r.rttl Tebtcc
for ; .d '
Pipe Cigarette
>
Is punned, and\ you are feeling fine All children troubled with worn haw 1 aD .... .fGuerant..d

WATERS & with a hearty .ppetite for breakfast. healthy.,thera. color It,more which or Indicate I.... stomach poor Mood dlMurtxoce.,aod a.aml ,

< CARSON GROCERY CO. Druggists sell Calotabs only in or- GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly by 1I
4 iginal sealed packages price thirty- for two or three weeks will enrich the blood Im-
five cents. Your money will be cheer- pcoT.the dlgeMlon.and act u a GenereJScrHlth.ntog : ,
;r I Tooio lei the whole .,,
.OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO io 'u system..Nature wUI/hen .
do
ooooooooo 'ou not find them throw ofllor\ dUpel the ;I !
3 .ooooooooooooo ooooof' delightful-adv. worm* and the Child will be
J1 ( I I to{perfect beaJtb Ple.*eAt to uk. SOe par battle )

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' THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 THREEfhro'
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tt 'rheumatism, catarrh biliousness ,dizziness 'simrnee, and was well known here,
. PINEDALE ITEMS SPOTS DANCED BEFORE heart fluttering, '/gas on the 'having frequently visited his parents

; stomach and other troubles. |fat this place. t
. :: J. V. Treg'ho came from Hum- HER EYES Dreco is now sold by J good! druggists : .
,, I It boldt. Kans., in' November, and who everywhere and is highly recommended = THE HEX THAT LAYS
'
.", a bought th! Kenneth Butler property, ''IJACKSONVILLE in Kissimmee by the Central is I the hen that pays. If she does not ,,
-L rr i is renovating the place... Last week LADY HAD '
/ --t DIZZY Ding. .Store. kill her, but before you kill her
Charles Hews all the buildings give
"J'' gave SPELLS, SPOTS FLOATED BE. her B. A. Thomas' Poultry Rem-
a neat coat of white paint. ,lie has CHRISTIAN CHURCII'10:00Sunday twice for week, and then
edy day a
'FORE HER ... a
EYES WAS QUITE .
also rotten the trees in'I ,
orange : ycu will not kill her' for she will be
:- t thrifty condition. NERVOUS AND LIMBS PAINED : School. paying you a profit: It not only
a BenJ. Funk is also doing fine workon HER. GIVES MUCH PRAISE FOR 11:00-Sermon. makes hens lay but it is a remedy for .

1, ; t his little farm. He has put out HER RECOVERY TO DRECO (5:15: -V. P. 6, C. E.. Cholera Roup and Gapes. We-guar-
and various fruit has ,
trees a
many antee Jt to. or refund
7:30: -Sermon. cure we your
fine garden and now is buiidjn-! THE NEW'REMEDY.
;:
Prayer meeting each Wednesday njoney) Waters & Carson Grocery
concrete fertilizer pit, an improvement ': '
that many large' farmers m'gTt' IT ''evening at 7:30.: L. A. S. each.Thurs- Company./ ---- --
1'was certainly sick'and ailing
: I do well to'imitate. With more ferti- one day. '"
person when I began taking Drcco
lizer-til field. and garden crops would! but now I have a different tale to tell"is Junior C.',E. each Sunday at, 2:30p. TO
do better. .
j how Mrs. S. M,, Jones the well- m. .
We are hoping for .other improve.r..enlM.
Young Ladies' Circle meets each
known proprietress of a Broad street
Among those desired by Wett! .
: \ ; cafe ;irt Jacksonville, expresses her 4 second Sunday.' ," :
Eames street is a rural carrier THEPUBLICI
.
system, and also some road and ditch I feelings. which I C. W. B.,, meets the first Friday
,. woik. We are waiting, patiently fOI'our "I had a very sluggish liver in each month.
commissioners and postmaster, to' gave me bad dizzy spells and spots
Church Beard/ meets' first Sunday
danced before I beruine !
!investigate' our needs and to turji over my eyes.
a little of the state and county money very nervous and my sleep was .not ,afternoon each month.
refreshing, but would wake with 'You are invited to
cordially our
up
to t
our help. We do not believe it would be poem-.
: ... :
that tired ::
. :Mr and Mrs. Joe Smith have 'bot.hbtel1 )yawning feeling My services. i
ble for 'us to bottle 'and sell ONE
"' .. on the sick list but are better ton"uwas\, coated and I had a bad 31-tf. W. II. Coleman, Pastor:
: now. taste in my mouth all the time,' ,! HUNDRED AND FIFTY GALLONS ,
i Mr. J. A. McCullnugh has put in "!\Iy kidneys caused nie a lot of of.No.( 101 Tonic per day If it was not \
"., trouble and those teriihle aching. REV. J. LAWTON MOON DIED'
,
No. which
'. phone 217. is quite a helpto an effective treatment' for Influenza.A .
'' The More You Use Your Car the West End. pains in flY back almost' drove me i| EN ROUTE FOR OVERSEAS '
Dr. Funk and wife, of Milliard's Island mad. Mv joints were sore and hurtto man who works a. Urge fore; of
; \ was calling on B. Funk Satur bend them and my muscles often I I News of the death of Rev. J. ,Lawton men fame Into my office several''days
... ) The More You Need QoocLTires day. Thev wi'l) start for their northern became,,sore to the touch., Now' tell ( Moon, Y. M. C. A. secretary ago and told 'us he had twentyfivemen
: : ;: home in Ohio next<<: Thursday.Mr. you I was in a pretty bad way and had aboard the steamship San' Jacinto
I.1f' J' .."" William Brnnson has been very found no medicine that helped me. I bound for service overseas was received taken with this 'malady in one

t'> tick with appendicitis, but is much }ept reading from day to day, about in Tampa yesterday over \tong day. He immediately distributed an '.
Your car's usefulness is increasing every day. better at,this writing. the new medicine Dreco sol deter. distance phone from Bradentown, by ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among

mined to try it and I am proud to say Rev. W. A. Myers, presiding/ elder of them and there was not a fatality in

; It is becoming more and more of a real necessity SPECIAL)!I. C. C. TRAIN HERE THIS'son today altogether.that I feel All like my a ailments different have per- church.the Tampa.I district' of the Methodist the twenty-five,. ".,

to you-both in your'business and home life. WEEK.A passed off and I feel young and snrv. Rev, Moon was formerly pastor of The formula by which this Tonic is ,...

\1'n, Never have a 'pain over my kidneysnor the Methodist church at Bradentown made 'Is given to the public, so it can
t party of government and railroad Jn my jointsr liver is acting fine .al1<1 regarded as one of the most not be listed as a secret nostrum. It
ti:: For that very reason you need good tires, now, men arrived Friday in their and( haven't had a dizzy spell since' prominent and promising of the contains Iron; which is for the blood;

than ever.' special train and spent the early'part the first\ week I started on Dreco. I !' Flor.da Quinine which is deadly tb the influenza -
''. more of the week here. tell you it is great medicine and you Method t onfererfce.flie is survived germ and Magnesia which thoroughly
,l. They are working: in the interestof sure<< 'an'put this in the nnper for I I bv his wife and'one child a son about: opens the bowels. Sold
The out-and-out dependability that created so the Interstate Commerce Commission want everyone to. know the good it eight years of, age/ who live at Bra- throughout the South by wholesale

tremendous demand for United States Tires in on Federal valuation pf the rail- did me." dentown. The deceased entered the I and retail druggists and drug dealers. I
'\(.,'. .a "pad, and are now making an. inventory Drero is made from the juices and A' :M, C. A service early in December
::' times of war .is just as desirable today. : of the Atlantic Coast Line property extracts from twelve different; roots I X1918 and went to New York for THE G. B. WILLIAMS CO. !
4 in Florida. herbs barks and berries which act trlininjthe;\ latter part of the same .
4r .:. H. H. Hilton assistant field engineer I directly upon the stomach liver, kidneys I, month.: -Tampa Tribune. I 1 .
r r:>; It reduces tire troubles, to the vanishing point ,.is in charge of the party, consistng bladder and the bl'opd and tends Rev. Lawton: Moon' was the eldest QUITMAN, GA.

multiplying'the usefulness of your car and putting of D. W. Oayte, Wm. Barth. W'i i to relieve' oon.tirmHon.! r>.".d I-,... < nnf .j. r.fnnn.] formerly of KIll-

F O'Hare, C. M. I D. Keen. II. E. Tcm- - ,.
; the cost of operation on a real thrift basis. 1eton, A, F. Dohn C. C. Laurens and -- - --- -

iV. S. Hunter. who are government

'Chain' 'Usco' and 'Plain'are men and D. M. Landm, division engineer -
United States 'Nobby', ,
; :M. A. Finch pilot; J. R. Potter -

the most popular fabric tires built. They have who, computer are connected;' L. S.with Guv.; the computer railroad., 'r A home which you love to live in
'
all the strength and stamina our years of.experience They have been working on this in- and that others would like to own 10DOUN'r t

have taught us to put into tires. ventorv beginning'" with the terminalat r'
Jacksonville, since; the first of the
year, and it is probable that they will necessarily mean one that has Its surroundings often *o make or: mar tbs.
'; vo There is also the United States 'Royal Cord', not cover all the A. r1 ..8 property: '' a big sum to build or which is be.uty and comfort of a residence*to mark .

: the finest _-. built for passenger car use. in Florida before the first of 'A Drll.Tht. in its layout. Many simple the difference between a house and a base.C .
. !' train visited the Apopka section -
place are more envied of their owner* than The pleaiing kind of planting seldom area
,
Tuesday but they expect to return -
' Our nearest Sales and S.ervlce Depot dealer J.1as' ; here today or tomorrow. some miniion and otate ."'/1 expensive to make.

.;;':.".'' .. exactly the treads you need for' your err and the t'r
: The Best Cough Medicine.
I these few
travel. See what trees
roads
,
you
\; When a druggist finds that his cus-
: t<.omer all speak well of a certan 1 have done for this houseWouldn't

:: O4 He will gladly help you pick them out.ISTnited preparation he forms a good opinionof .
it and when In need of such a med-
: you par a good deal tren.hownw..but. wtieuars.T6eywar*
!, cinc is almost certain to use it himself higher rent to live in it than in carefully elected, it ii true to give just th*>
? and in his family. This is why
'J }, "trr no many druggist; use and recommend -:.., one without'snr shade orhrub* dec!red effect Our free catalog,the"Beauti

ilr\, : e Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. J. B. beryl And if you were buying ful Ground Book," and Miggcitioa that w*

'\" Jones a well known druggist of Cub- wouldn't the planting' make you consider a will gladly make rou on request| will help
.'"! run. Kv:, says: "I have used Cham- considerably higher price than if there were you to choose lust} at wtaelr for TOur plus

r'. a erlain's. Cough Remedy in fey familyfor none? Yet OM cost of the plant, shrubs and lag need whatever they mar .... r
the past seven years and have
'. found it to be the bent cough medicine

"t &; >' rt. , I! ,have ever known." ," KEASONER BROTHERS ,i ROYAL PALM .NURSERIES :
r s ,khfPROCEEDINGS J>>
n.oalDA
ON ECO: is : .tiF"or
OF THE ,:;' <.,!#! :, I ',i,.ft:1.U': .
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-nF \ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS ,
States s\1 1"'J.r i' "

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Partin' and B. H. Guy commissioners;

Good Tires Pat Johnston attorney for the board
are and J, L. Overstrefet clerk.
The board was called to order. by

its chairman. .


-1i;; :: :IIIU IIU lrs [ I Ilft Ask Your Grocer* the end Mr.payment asked Farmer to of make came the hands arrangements before he the is working board for The Eye of Those who are wise '

1 on the St. Cloud road weekly,

:: tr_ ._ thereupon the board instructed Mr. i The Coffee ) ii these days are,
II' Farmer to take the matter up with ,
I SSI
the State Bank and get them to carry Drinker not
:: Here I. your opportunity to Inijireitgamst !li: the roll through the month war- seeing only
pay
:: rmbarrauma erron in spelling.. ::
:: pronunciation end poor choice of :: CHEEKMEALSCOFFEES rant to be drawn t-t end of the month
H yard Know the mean'ng' of puzzling :i for the full pay roll. bet erhealthbutEconomy
H w.r term. Increase your effie'ency? :: The clerk presented and read in
u which tetultsin power and success. :!i I
open board a letter from' lion. W. A. -
-
:: WEBSTER'SNEW i \lcliae, regarding state prisoners.! : ----- in a.
Reynolds suggested that the board I
INTERNATIONAL send a representative up to see if we
might not secure a few more prisoners I
I DICTIONARY ;itn allknowing F Best By Every Test to be ''used on the St. Cloud road.' From Coffee 1
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{' !VIr. Farmer stated that the board Change
\i< .vcher 4 universal quest ionanswerer :!
should send the attorney for the
.
tnodp; t(> meet ;your :: ,
tiM-ds. It M in daily use by Ii board.
hundreds of thouaands..fl'uc- :! Bond of.Carlson and Trickle. as
.: ..xMful' men tied womja Lc w&rlj ovtr :: contractors on work in the S. R. & B.
:: 400 000 Word.. J700 PattM. MOO 1 1- :: district No. 3, with V. C. Lenox, Jos- POSTUM

tries.luslrullonn.I 30.000: U.Ovo Cuof( upuiCttlb IIographlcalEn-t.bJecte, eph R. Tracy and Wm. Hall as sureties -
was presented for approval by
:: nAND PIPE lII'f1Irat Awed) Hayes'
:: l'blllWJa.J'ac.lJa EsJOII'Ul = the board which bond was approvedand ....
:: UCULAB an< DOkU-TAPEH EdI.I.... :: Healing Honey ordered filed in open board.
:: WRITB .... ,'...... ::
for SSM'd. FREE: :Mr. Clark Howell came before the Nertherthe
:: rocket Map U you.am. Ui......... :: war nor prewar
board and stated that the ditch near

,. g G Springfield. & C. MERRIAM AI:&..... U. S.CO.A.. g: Stops his place that was filled by the board conditions have as yet increased
had been opened by some one and
the water was still running in on his '
the of POSTUM CEREALor
The ands. Mr. H. M Breaker also came price
bfore the board and stated that to
close the ditch up made it bad for the INSTANT POSTUM.
Tickle property holders above :Mr. Howell
and asked for relief. No action was
taken. POSTUM r-both-forms-has always

Heals The Throat Upop motion of B. II. Guy seconded -
i Cures The Cough bv A. F. Bass and carried the been economical.Besidesit contains -

board .
adjourned.A
Price 35c. nc 'caffeine'or any other

SOLDIERS PRAYER IN FRANCE
I. A FREE BOX OFGROVE'S harmful substance
( tteanetslti rtttnessa ] "Our Father who are in Washington -

Hallowed be thy name; We drove
0-PEN-TRATE SALVE
the Huns to Kingdom Come; Thy POSTUM is for the health
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates) work was done on earth the same as good
it would be in Heaven; Give us this
IJ For Chest Colds Head Colds and day all our back pay, and lead us not the deligKt l of young and old-

Croup is enclosed with every bottle into the army of occupation, but deliver -
delicious
of HAYES HEALING HONEYYou us from all details and fatigues, an economicalnourishing,
and forgive us for all theA. W. O. S's
HOTEL
get/ the Cough Syrup and the Salve as we forgive the men with the bars beverage. jEVerycayrr"There's
JAttSONVlLtfFUf for one price 35c. that have them marked against us,

Made. Recommended and Guaranteed to for Thou hast the power to return us
to the States and there for- a"Reason rPoStum.
Public leave us "T
flropw1t01dit fotnpletf ho4Flfi'a111idtrootlr MM byParis even AMEN." tll

Stealtlb fod M.gup faf it Medicine Company "
ooNVKtioivCbi\ve< it to EvwyiKM-livhearLof Manufacturers of The QuMM That DM Not Atftct to* Itudnee.u.e
of its tonic and Uxatlv* effect LAE4Tsva
City r'find for Booklet'' Glove,Tasteless Chill Tonic BKOMO QVlIfINB Ie bettor U_ordinary w
) ware snrn,vltop'ai. f ..V t ", Inlnin* ted _mot i.mi MWMMOX*not f
wd Marine In lId Remember the lull n__and

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,.OUR. THE 'Ki&iteMEE'VAi.LET'c.izrnE: 'FRIDVT, FEBRUARY 28, .1919 '
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COUNTY COURT. licit the support of the qualified. vote 4<><>4o-4> **444>*fr -<0"i- I
K1SSIHMEE VALLEY GAZETTE OpANGE"CENTER 1 I The the and the good Influence my oth
regular March ,term of numerous friends In behalf
One of the most charming event County Court will convene nextv.<{/ek. /nfi. UIUBISKT
........" Bvi.7: F.....,.. Very few cases have been docketed l :
week the dinner
of' the pat was ,given i ibt FOil ,
CITY 'Ot'\I'ILIIIA.N! 1-3 OFF 1-3
8F .U..I..*.. \all...r. Gmmrttr. (. -..., the home of Mrs Jjm Kigney on since the last term, and this promises I hereby,. announce. myself) a cand : I
_.... Fl..... to be an brief
K..I unusually .
Lake, Ruby, on last Thursday. Among!: : session.ANNOUNCEMENTS. dnte for re-election a s City {Councllm .

J" W. ..' .......... rr...IO.... those present were: Misses: JessieMorrey I subject I If elected to 1 the promise"white to man's"five the prlman ofru : -OAT .. .
'., B U. ,aaa j ....w, Srrrrlarf. Eeuie Ki rny. M". E. B.' the 'same unlt.staklnK, cure' In the fu '
Morrey and f sister Mr. Pickerson,, ture that 1 have in the Past
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1 ......_.. H*. II I F. H. LAWftON.
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W. Flnthtrs
Mrs. J. J, Ken, ;Mr A. FOil MAYOR 3 Comforts and BlanketsTo
1 ;.s.erlptl.a RatraiCB }lrl Lester: Flint and Mr Ivon Hob: I-dnte t hereby announce\ myself a e0ndl- FOil PITY OI.\I.It.'I..N! :
fur re elotlon
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to the office of
COPY. One 'Tear.-_______IJ lp|' 'ert' The dinner wa an elaborate affair ,Mayor of Klmilmmep, subject to Inaction I 1 hereby announce mys.lf a sand .
and consisted of all the goodies of date for councilman for fill term, c .
Oo Copy, Six Monlh.u '.00 > the1'hlte Man's" rf'maty'i .
4.in. Cop/ Three *lontn>__..._____ 7t I and delicacies of the season The day 'i ,. s ('. III'I.: iKI..lmm...., 'man's"subject primary to the actIons I nm. f(4 my stock of Comfort and blankets, I am offering a .,

All communications escort front our I wns slant in conversation. Quite a I ron H n'oi,.. economy and proKrens.GEORGK: redaction of 33 1-3 per cent OB all goods in tab line
xitliorlKed <.orr.'H|>oi S.*nt. must b.&u..4 .. Inuntber of Amusing jokes added to I nm n rnndiOnlv for thr ofnpc. of W FOX.
-i by! the writer.iftejectd entertainment. Mr?. Steve IJron- ,Mayor. of KlKulnimnrd will aipre- I' FOR {'ot''! ( ILMA1. FOR CASH .
dn the '
|' < vupport of 1hoot..r.. In (hprlmnrv << '
will not Be returned the in the afternoonnnd I '
matter. son joined party approaching hereby announce myself a cand4 "
I unlaaa 'called tor. assisted with music and fsinpinfr., B ,A. MILTr4N: I,date for' the one year term us clt :i c ". .
(councilman! and promise I If elected' I ItnnkC
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Ttmtofflc at Kl (m-I ITh( day wa an enjoyable one and all, .
Utr.ter..d In th. ': j FOR M.AYIiH: very effort to bulkhead .th Note The. Following Priceti
.. .. .t
Klcridaccindcl" matter) line time. '''hle front ,
f 11'l"I'Ort' At the nnlirltHtlon
., ,,'; Schilling left on 'Monday have decided' to become. .of many a candidate(rl..n.fI / I,| ,W. H. ARNOLD.i .' -: Cor (forls., eld price .I----..:L__-_-,____?-.-__$7.50. 'now $ 5.00
i'bur his home Versailles] Ohio after I Ij for Mayor of Klxulntmcp. I will j .
All'|
old .. 6.50. 4.32
Comforts .. .
priceT. ,. now
'imrlatp{ the support of the and -- --.t.- : -.,
A.I voters
time here with Mr. I
c M f3 e'RSTArE.PRE55P4 ppcridini j Miller! } some . II I U j\if )lctc I'KlvttVors' flf the t '
Mr. (,eater' Ivey had been<< 'upendmj r'* and; :l to work for the betterment> of I: Comforts old price _______-___.-.,.________ 5.50, now 3.67 '

... the pant few day in our vicinity/ KfflBtmriK'4', ,,,", J BTECUiPOH 'I Comforts, old price! .?..__._..T..--- .;.--....-v: 5.00, now 3.33 i.

J 'Mis :Marie himmick, of Flint, I LOST.en' r.-Starting Kinder notify crwnk. M. H for, Porter('hey' ,rnle'I"I'On' \ Comfort, old price ._____.__.: ,.?.-.1*-..:.-,- 4.50, now 3.00 f
T . r ', li'lh.. was here last wwk calling I on MIKM14L. "M> "TAX' f'OILj.;(-. i . -
3.50 2.33 "
.i j 1' friend! H\l.B-Two Comforts old price _._---;.*,---.-.--..-;. now
corner loin In Kis-
TTTN
:II""'"'. Georrc, 'Cartwritrht and dnugbitervMae .1 .. j, simmer .City ttt reattonnlilecash price Blankets old' price ,___.______-.-__-,___,._-- 10.00. now 6.67 ,

I of Montreal], Canada arriv. I herehy for announce the offlciof mvn,-,livery F. Hnrtsrov., KitKimtmv Blankets] old price _*._....,,-._-_.........-,.-, 7.>0., now 5.00 .

h M(' on Sunday evening, joining her ,' lei, TAx CollejPtftr* i't'lmnrv"to he voted ( held\ . 10St.pt'OH : Blankets old price ...*..:-A_-..---------.V 600. now '4.00 .
husband and who, \ have come her? tlie "Whllvmahs to lie
,J beside the son,farm which was for. In :March, and hereby f. ,licit the votes SALE--\Vorkhoreandsome 1 tolt) Blankets:, old price __,.__...__.*._..___,,_-. 4.75 now 3.17 f
I on
,I to 4if the cltlrn cgunliOri to vote In.enid H, '!*3 jir' nif-ly known as the Gaehler property.We election and If elected promise to fl'l. '

I ( are glad; to report that our' the office." to the very'' best of my al-lliiy.. .' RA VA KEEP';' For Sale-13.BO per Tbeie are all high trade goods and if you expect to need any t
J WOOHACT::
ate thousand .
Sunday school has again opened I I cultinps. J M Wltherbee.

1',:: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1919 I door", The election of officers being'i'0.1 MAHMII4L. 'M TAX COLI.F.r.I Klsslmmee, Fla. 104tpdFOH covering for sell seison it will pay yon to bay sow !. :r(

_. an follows: Mrg. E. B. Morrey; supjlerintendent TOR. fI-'L.P.-Tomalo: plants, ponde.rasa 7ViSalifactory_ t 1
I ; Miss Jessie .Morr y. Or. ) candidate for otlar.hal .and dwarf champion: also Her- C. H. GRANTHAMeMM"
nm a the office
J'reeidcut'Wilson ill home again. \I'anbtII'! '''. :' ; j and Tax Collector of the Cityof muda West onion plant It. H. Brock Store .t
Flatheraeieachers K .n. lmnn. and take thin methodof .Matbuie direct acrosn' th
> *IIP>MWW Mrs..4. ; e ditch ..
lp M-Mr
L'I ( ollcltinp the support of the \oti-r 11-It-pd. <- "*e"M -<"e*<> <-e ooooo
If Jon't build! town, Steve Bronson Secretary. In the approaching primary FUR
you up your ;
ILI::-lirvr Ford .
Schurk and baby .ToarlnKCar.
Mrs. le.f11 ,
LeRoy !
I HOWELL HAS3: __ .
who. will. Inquire .t Lnp/rr 4t 1'rabr' {. ,.
to 1 a a
but .
for Lakeland expect
Saturday .,
(( return to Orange Center in the near 7 FOR M.A1tS114t. A\D TAX C'oL.1.Ct'TOH. age, r 33t'Rro.dwa1. 11., 00 C HO>< 0000 OtOO O+H 0 0 HOO+O'OOO'.Oe-H "*q .

Prospects! for potatoes in this fuliM-e. FOR fI-'L.F.-II. colonies Rees in patent
8l'C'I hives Located Itlackwell's. Ranch i D. G. 7irAGNERReal : :
is and ideal for ] .
The weather fine
Lion are fine. I I I I am candidate for re-election\ t<| near Pt, Cloud O. L,, Kawyer, Oen.
gardening, and there Are some very I the office of Marshal and Tax CnlK-c{ l'l. Tam!" ". Fla, 8-2t pd

1t will noon be too late for springjpardens. ''! trees 1'1 ice gardens"are in bud in our and locality.if the weather Citrus ,,J tor,the election., voters and will of appreciate Klsslmmee. the In the support!coming of I j, FOR acres' 1'It\t..F."J\F..AL' ;\high\ pine\ land EfOI"ATE-40'In Orange to 80 I,t Estate .and. Insurance Agency :

county -
Better plant it now. keeps !favorable will be but a few OEO. \\ OVERSTREKTotXII.M .I 8 miles southwest of Orlando, on
davi! 'until they will\ be in bloom. A. C. I.. R. R., near Zante Ptatlon' !
I IDo'n't
I :Mr. A. W. Flathers made a business Fon <' vAt \. and Winter Home P. O. Ten mural i! We have a well\ selected list of properties.for sale amQng, which 4 ,
forget the bulkhead moveAient. i .. I the. solicitation of mv mAn N.'i. of Klsslmmee Splendid{ citrus < are some attractive Farms, Ranches Orange Groves, business
trip -Kinsimmee. Saturday.H. filfn : I I worth of timber
4 It may require your vote to for councilman In the. nppronchiHK Will consider trade for city or I' buildings, and dwellings' all in Osceola County, and each proposition
If elected ] will
H. of Jacksonville paidZ. i primary. Northern .
make,it possible. I Simmons property. Address L. C ]listed at its minimum value include all\ farm
j .' C Herlonp of Micanopv, $400 for use mv. Influence. for an economicaland .YAliHR, ftreenthurir. Indiana. S-31 I ; tome! necessary equipment -
( proitrteslve' administration
1 We also offer in Kissimmee St.z .
exceptional bargains and.
can
one Poland China tilt! at a recent R. s.Fun ""L.O Y D. FOR RENT OR SALI3 10 po-I I
i The Chief Executive's visit to foreign meeing of the Florida Swine Growers I I tato land. under Rood- state acre of of cultvntlon !- :: Cloud properties now owned by nonresident1 who are, willing to sell
lands has given added force to Association at Orlando. <'OI'\CIl'I'> PfiR' PAUK-8-roi.m .
; I hereby announce myself as a cnndi I : fi-room bungalow bungalow > at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a little
the position of this nation'in the eyes I I"T"rJ'T n full term subject lo the amino f larelaybo; ; J7.i' I'
of the world. Bryan St.
th- white mans primary and rir,"niM' y to corn. Call or write ti..
M-1 <'.> 'itd.i. 1 Sicti.in" I.. Clinptir, r.So. i iUiH1 If ili-tted/ 1",1 my best efforts toKnrd8 FOR !
1 t.1 Klurldrt. fthowinc the amount the upbullilinK of Kle..I"+ ,. Ioy ALE-EI"hIY,. acres; 12 acresclear
.
The weather this week has been of of Ill". N tlilirted I" the. Tax ('...lI.t..rI"C ,nn tronomiral. pr 1.,1" i-iunt j Klorldn! to be ool!.1.I ,. and .,ctf solicit orange grove/ ; $:.000 worth ,
but the I .on r *p ully 1h.I"" of '
the regular spring variety, Icited for th turrent Fret, A l> 1'IK port of all voteis who desire tn sour ..;. cypress timber on .tract : four-
:t
I ; : ; room house and kitchen Also (Ih..1 | D. G. WAGNER Manager
winter to' *
I visitors needn't think that they the and senil th.nppurtFonno funds for lit which of the tn..same es-hft\ ,I( city grow and prosper' ' of cattle B d a good' bunch ofFARMERSSend ,

will find the same warm balmy;' breezes : been. l..\ led ' H. M. Un'EAKER ,Jj Kissimmee Florida
AI'I'oItTKiNMnVT:' OF CUUNTVKt'Nl'S j FOH <'ol'\rll.'I' ; today I"tr".r Sam-
northern Better
in their home. more heirs loose .
on
'I I' 1 hereby nnnouifv myself a candidate Farming tools and Implements Lo: <-:":-<.<.<-c-4'c- ': 44 xa"efr4 0 0 0 OOto-tOM 000 C 0 0 :..x S
t : day here for another month or two. Ntivemlivr I.eneral 1st. A. D 1 PI S. for re.' < lictlfifti, as city councilmanwill caud near Kenansville. Price 'B,5'fi' ,

C To amount assessed __ ____t2B. ,10,79 appreciate your support. half cash. hnlancr terms to suit R
\VV. CARSt'N
H
Guy, Kenansvllle. Fla. 25-tf
WORTH ItoadTo
WHAT IS BULKHEAD1NG. nmoiint a 4'ountr...essed _ _ _ .flO.SOl.09Fine I'
< FOIL 'ot'\-Il.'I' FOR RENT- Nice I Furtilsjhed1'.,...
Would .)'ou vote for bulkheading; and Forfeiture .. I Am a candidate for the office ofcity i Apply to J. Mcriiaiter. : -tf
the Jakeshore of Kissimmee if you To amount assessedffi.4ft2'. / < "oun<'lI01ifn.. and sollelt'the supp* I
I thought it would not cost you" more I amount iperlal assessed 1 _.hllclt7ITo _u.2. (.1 iStrnprat ,port of the voters of KIsMmmct-"" theapproaching FOR SALE-Fecnnd-hand Ford cars' l lat ] lIi v
primary ,1ffrofbisI:9
t than I f"rboolTo attractive prlris. Osceola Motor I'
two three dollars to ,
or a year GAY C. LIVINGSTON.FOH Co 307
amount assessed .. _. ___$3A,188.10'' 'rradwtnvptyELL109
see the most unsightly spot in the i full $..hot III... >-... lIITo I ,
city's limits filled in and laid off in amoufit assessed __ fS.f JO.74 t 01'\111"\. I I for rent. Apply' to M I
beautiful building lots and improved I Sub Hrkool ) .i-: \;'. 2 I hereby announce myself n vnndl- Tt11-r I
I To amount assessed _______ ____'3!4.40, date "for election for' one year t. rm ns I .
streets? City Councilman, and will FtocVman
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(sub Krhool Ulst.I N.. S appreciate published at Jacksonville
Would it.be worth two or three do-! |ITU I amount assessed. :: _: $2,669.19!) your support pie copy of the Florida. Farmer and I
lars to to town ,! ..u.,. Nrbooi Bias. \:. S : A. S.. RKH1FOH >. Tells about livestock rnlnlnar. dairy-
a year you see your ,''Tie amount assessed: ; _ _. __ _ ___ 107 2S i lag, poultry, citrus fruit and truck ,
grow and prosper, to sec residences i Cub drhool III.l ... to. 11\ | ('OL'\'ILHAN.: 1 : ing, twice a month at foe per yearthree j I I.
6OinluP to house new people? This I Ti. amount a.aes.ed"--------- I12S1M/ 1 I hor. bv a-nnonnc* myself a I'A"I. years for fl 00. Only livestockand ,,
|date for City Councilman of Ktpcln'mee central farming paper In th. ]
would require larger and more spvrla1 Road ISat.o Ii I
w stores goods I/ro'l i To amount assessed _-. 1 ___ _12.122t.5: cery dry stores, Mpeelal Head UI.0.l 3 of the 'voters in the white man's P
of every' kind, ana these stores \ To amount. assessed _______.f2*, 04.7J JHpeelal rrlirary. FAR RF.NT-8-room house furnished W
employ more people and would buy' Road III.l .. .Nn. 3 HOWARD. KATZ. 10-room house furnished ; housekeeping .
I assessed ___. ...... rooms: unfurnished dwellings. -
To amount $5.15l.2 .
more goods and so on. / .Tlek KrerilpatlAB , ii "'' I Ji.Jf j'v;,",,:'FOR. riTV CLERK. Mrs E E. Well... '. "It
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,?WOUld it be worth two or three 'dollars Toi, 'Rm 244 ttisUSIherebyvfannounoe myself, a..cendt: -' Ii( .
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ki a year to you to make your'townS I L "fi-< :f it UnIC1a".d5.IO t dnteDorIO'M..I..etlon/, office.'of. FOR '\SALE -On* Emerson Typewriter! \
,alive town till realty, sales became ,, oia ,8 'PityelerkBsui4rettothe'actlon. of the model three vllllbl./a.. good asinew! j .L ,.A'
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.nd' Pattd ". jp 1I..mA"1prlmll..v., and hereby soJ 'APpiy'VAller" Oa..."....."-ttt "
U ":, tbe 1'rule not the exception _till )if Cfr, JIIMiaVERSTREKT'Florida. ' ' .-" ..i"i;' : [ i ,1i1Af1flt{ 'i ,r & ;) iltWi: _
you wished to dispose of rut CourtIIH."c..la eount r
1 your property I +4*<*
4 1 plentiful for any and reason prices, ,would buyers admit would of be a :8TATKMKVT. 'il That little chap's future dependsupon ; ,

reasonable profit Kissimmee has j I
Jt Buffered from the war's paralysis. is Mad< under Section 32. Chanter 6596, Tax Notice
Mr.
Laws of Florida t Father!
showing the amount
till sufferingfrom! it, but there is ,.if trxes linriri'il to 1ri- Tax Collector I : you,
nothing to prevent a phenomenal .f 'I'.c' oln Bounty. Florida, to be collected I I'I

growth with lively transfer of prdp- and. the for, apportionment the current year of. ,the A. name 11 IPIK to, 'I The influence ofyour personality and disposition will be reflected
erty if the voters will pull together he several' .
funds for which taxes have in him, a few hence.
and go on record favoring this kind ofa be<.n levlrdAI'1ORTIONMENT years

town.For two or three dollars\ per year November FUN I lot OF IfllH COUNTY, I Notice is hereby given that the YOUR WAYS WILL IN ALL PROBABILITY- BE

from the average property owner irieral HIS WAYS.-IN YOUR STEPS DOTH HE TROD.
the bulkheading) could be done ano I To amount assegfu'd. __ _ _. -$2r..fil07fl
with the advent of new people and' .'.n 11 .,1t collected/ ,.,-hu__ 26766 : tax books of Osceola County for Most essential is it then to teach him the way to this Bank. .

new capital the rents would advancetill BaIAn to l>e collected ____ 125.B3.13i'numty j Bring him with occasionally often
\ ItoadTo you as as you can when you
you w"ould figure a good intereston amount n..H.<.used ___.---- fl lf,2o809}!> : the year 1918 will close promptlyon mate deposits.
you investments. If you own rental Amount colletted _.. ________ 113.45 your, .
j property, would it be worth that um

to have your yearly rental liquidatethe Balance to he .collected------>d Forfeltur.To .. fill.014.84Klae the first Monday in Ap> i1. All Better still start kin with a little Bank Account of

} taxes, insurance repairs and amount eras .ed ____.. .__ .$6,402,70' his owl, and note the pride and interest be will lake
bring you.a reasonable-per cent on Amount collected ?4.42 -
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the money .invested ? taxes not in office that date in aaakiaf it gr.ivSTATE.
r When you figure the cost of bull Balance to be collected Publlclt7. _.___ $ ,338.2SSpeelal my by |

t beading don't forget that the '._ city To- amount assessed __--___...f2.561.OS .
I does not ultimately pay the $97.500 Amount colic-cud n___,______ 26.77 will be subject to all penalties.

the bond issue calls for. It will,, \ par Balance to be collected.525.S1 BANK OFKISSIMMEE
for the 'Streets leading to the lake and t.rmrrml Xrbonl'
for the improvement of the streets To amount assessed ........136,1K8.1C '
,i i laid out in the reclaimed! land. This Amount collected ....._n__ 300.72 C: L. BANDY

; will be covered by taxes on all property Balance to he collected ______ 135.827.31 .
but how much will it cost t'achp1'Ol'ertv I tub ".....1 I>U.. :>! .. 1
To amount assessed __________3.010.74 Tax Collector .
l ? The increased
owner taxation Amount collected ____..__..__ 82.17Balance 7-IOt
: will be smalh possibly two or t

three mills. It is difficult to to be collfoted\ _____.I2.S2S.57
much estimate S' .U brkool UI... !No. 2 c co c oo 0 o-+**+444> oCO 4<*4*** *++<&j4* 0 4r4 coo> RESOURCES $756,000.00
s so taxable property will be Capital 100000.00
To amount assessed ___ ___ _S394.40
added to the alaessor'a books, valuable Amount collected ______.-____-_-_ .15 ..
property' when it has been made . L'
ln*... Balance to be coll..rl"d.-394.2
desirable building! lots. Rah "......1 HI.0.I a Officers and Director :
Those who have looked Into the To .___
amount assessed ,_-$2,589.49
matter state that it is not likely the' Amount collected ____u__..__ 4.24 ATTENTION! ATTENTIONDR. .1 C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P.

taxation will be more than two or J. D. JEFFORDS Cashier
Balance to be collected .. _: '2.685.26I ;
three dollars each year to the average Sub' Kekool HIM. N*. b .
prnn' rtv owner.Th To amount as.csstd __ ____ _.,$67.25 N. B. CARSON. M. KATZ.
Amount collected ____._________ .
rnoin cost of the b"lkheadin" I .40Balance i C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING, ..
will -ultimxtelv paid in the annual E.1: M. DOW LING
to be collected ____ ____$6685 C.
N. BRYAN
Jp.tallm.nt* bv the ronertv owner"whose ".b ..rk..,.1 l Stilt.o.. fa / E. L. LESLEY,
fs' land iA di>ect'v To amount assessed -.____ $125.10 J. WADE
benefited and I --- TUCKER Directors.
Amount collected hu_ _ ____ 00000> Graduate VeterinarianTreat ,
i this will\ work no hardship on nv one.

for the nror"..y will be doubled and II Balance to be collect'-d __-n_ -.$12510 I
tr'K-led in value. I Spinal Road UI... >o. 1 .
,ITo amount assessed _____$12,12265 ,
THe city's future in. heinw weighed I |I Amount collected ____-_.-_u._,. 160.26 ,. !
1 In the balance with prosperity on one Scientifically Diseases of all Domestic Animal

,, ". and needs only) your two or three Balance to be collected$11,962.39 Ul... No. a 00+000.0.0 0'0-0'0.00-000-0 >0-000><>" OOCO< O> c-W+ 0 o.*<-4 0>0-.0.
e dollar on the other. To amountUae.eeaedAmount _oo-u.Z9M4,72, Viit* Made to Kiuimmee at Reasonable Rate :

fr collected ____._--___ 353.63 .
New Meat
ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Balance to b* collected$29.251.08 Market ,

r Reason; of LeJ\t.\ order of services! : I I To amount SpgWal assessed Road Dlatrlrt._ ,_Ho.__$5,151 S .(2 Call be left at Central Drug Store :
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Sunday.March 2. 10 a. m., Sunday Amount collected -._______.__ 4.3. I have opened a New Meat Market in the Miller-Stanford Building

Jasi chop]of, and adults.Mr*. W.' Hamilton's-. Bible Balance to Tick be Bradlrallosi c-oU..dnU.lU.2. or Phone Orlando' :. No. 18 Stewart Ave. Will handle '

,' l1 11 a. m.. Holy' Communion' and ser To amount assessed ___830.244.32 .
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mon. Subject, "Chi-isttan Hospitality." Amount collected _.,_.___??. 103.07 i.. Fresh Florida and Western MeatsPoultry i

6 7:30. Snbiect p. m.., evening"THE Lord'prayer Prisoner.and sermon " Balance to Hard be collected$10,111.28 11I......* Road , be in Kissimmee every Wednesday :afternoon j Egg Milk. Bread and Fresh Vegetables Full Weight.

M Ash Wednesday. March R. 7:30 u.A. To amount assessed ________I3S.R55.10 PHONE 145.
Amount collected ....__n___ S80.7J PRICES REASONABLE
1 .. evening' prayer and sermon. Sub
\ ject. "Sinner 'Servant Sons." Balance to be collected335.494.36. ,

,i t. Sunday March 9. 11.. m.. Rev Dated November J. I*2ntlL.A.OVERSTREET.T IUS Phone* 389 Orlando, Melrose House E.; A. MILTON
T> McConnell 7:30 Rev. Canon
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., ) INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS t Casino Theatre MANY AIRSHIPS-VISiaDKISSIMMEE LAST' SUNDAY We Will Have a r., ,

Week of March 3 An unusual number of air ship
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Tomato Plants For Sale, -25 -cents visited Kissimmee on Friday and.Sat
hundred'' (Harry- I>ae. ,.* .Mating: 330.' ; -Night 7:158:30MONDAY urday of last week and made use of DEMONSTRATION \

4Weather ReportFollowing Miss Mirium Skiltpn returned Tuesday Kissimmee's rne4} landing, place while ,

from her home in DeLand. after en route- for other points. .. ._ ___ _4 .
a weeks illness. Selected Feature- i Five ships were bound.for Daytona; t || tr .'

Read elsewhere, in this issue what sode, ."A FIGHT FOR MILLION"e two for Eustis: two were bringing repairs ... :
are daily temperatures ' others have to say'about };- TUESDAY\ for the Dellavelin plane that of"

and precipitations as reported sell it at Central 1 Drug Store. was driven by Major Peters and

by Government station Miss May Morse, assistant state Metro presents Ethyl Barrymore in which smashed to, the ground a few [ 'PERFECTION fLOUR

Kissimmee fo- th.. week end dairy specialist, of Tallahassee, spent "OUR MRS. McCHESNEY." days ag at Daytona, and two'en' ,
ing Thursday, Feb 27, ,1919; Thursday here in the interest of her Gaumont Weekly of Current! Events. route for St. Augustine

Ma*. Mln. Rain department,' WEDNESDAY evening One ship and arrived had it quite not been late for in the the By Mr. Cunningham of the Louis Chitty Co. I

Thursday.-.--.:.., 84 C6 W. B. 'Troy, "Road Man" for the Vitagraph presents Corrine Griffithin fine landing field the parties here who < :/
Ford Motor Co.: spent Monday in Kis- -
Friday ..._-... 86' 54 isimmee, visiting and advising! .with B. Mutt"THE and Jeff.in.ADVENTURE, SHOP." have it in charge, would have becnobllR'ed SATURDAY ,
to illuminate the l landing. 1 I
83. 50 1.47
Saturday local for Ford cars. ,
uuh ; ; Bryan. agent
"THE LION TAMER.. This is done
Sunday --___-_ 80 60 j We are always eager to demonstrate : the outline of by the sprinkling cross that gasolineon marks BE SURE AND TRY A SACk AT OUR EXPENSE

Monday _____u 83 (C8 the superiority of the New Ed- THURSDAY the center of the field, and setting fire
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; Tuesday _____,. 77 63 24 rson, "THE PHONOGRAPH WITH A William Fox presents Jane and' Kath- to it. ,
SOUL." Central Drug Store Lee in "SMILES." FLOUR. Grated Pineapple, can __-... .30
__ 75 60 ryn J. Earl Lupfer has instructions tol I
Wednesday, u Y Mrs. R. B.. Savage visited her parents Harold "Loyd Comedy. use this form of (flluminatng/ the field Gold Medal, 24-lu sack--____ 1.70 All Pancake Flour, lb ..___. .15

It..ocoaooo o..o..OOO'O' ) Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pike at their anv time a plane should arrive here Pillsbury, 24-lb sack________ 1.70 Corn Flakes 2 for u__.... .25

{ home at Eagle Lake, for a few days FRIDAY after dark and circle the town several Self-Rising, 24-lt sack1.70 Post Toast .es, 2 for ,....__. .25
For Sale-. Four mules, W.J. Miller.! this week, returning here Thursday. Goldwin presents- all star cast in times.
46-MI IC.. F. Walker, one of'OUeechobee's "FOR TilE FREEDOM pl> THE Loose Flour, ;per Ib nn__ .7J4 Shreaded Wheat, pkg. .--___ .14 i1
\ I Matches package __________ .05
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Born to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Per- I]best known citizens; Will in town Friday ? EAST." GIRLS BASKET BALL
'after business matters." GAUMONT GRAFFIC. TEAM Black Eye Peas, rb_,_._____ ,10 Picnic Ham, 1ft :1. .32
eons, of Moultrie, Ga.. on Feb. 8th, j looking : MEETS DEFEATThe -------- i
I ", a son. I!He registered! at Manhattan: hotel. Events. Current I bask't'ball Navy Beans, 2 Ibs ___un. .25.. No. ''10 Snowdrift__-..--..;.'2.45 .

. PYROX, the best insecticide, at j I Mayor J. S. Cadel has returned 1 I Fattv Arbuckle and Osceola girl High school went team down of the in Lima Beans, 2 lbs _______. .35 No, 4 Snowdrift __u-.___ 1.25( :

Central Drug Store. ,from Washington where he was called "THE BROADWAY STARS. defeat to visiting teams last week, Irish Potatoes, J5 lbs to peck .60 Lard, Compound uu.:__. .28 ;
Miss Lillian Harris last Sat- by the serious illness of his' sister, 1 Seed Potatoes -.-- "
spent I SATURDAY though the score showed the gills to per sack _u_ 5.60 r

, urday and Sunday visiting. her sister. 'v'ho is now on the road to recovery.Janus Triangle presents Roy Stewart In', put up a good fight "for vVorvOn Best Bacon __.?______._____ .38 FEED.I... ,..

s Miss Haven Martha Belle Harris," at Winter l )I Jacksonville'M. Willson.Thursday Jr., to was attend calledto a I "THE SILENT RIDER." Friday they played the Cathedral 40-50 Prunes, lt .?:!'.._____ .2;*. Corn, per suck _________, ___ 3.55

Sixth of Pearl White in I team of Orlando, and on Satur- Shorts sack ______. ___. 3.40 \
W. H. Boswefl J was here from In- meeting of the State Mission; Hoard: of Episode day afternoon the high school team Arbuckles Coffee, Ib ____..___ .28 per .
verncss on a combined business and the Baptist church. He will be gone I "THE SUNSHINE LIGHTNING COMEDY.RAIDER. of Bartow. White House Coffee, lb. ____ .40 Velvet Bean Meal ____.u___ 2.75

1.1t asure mission the early<< part of the several days. al -- 'I The girls of the Bartow team came Maxwell House Coffee, lb __ .40 Cotton Seed Meal __u*_____ 2.90 ;

week. I :Miss Mamie Floyd, the state poultry The Great Serial "IIOUr>INI" begins with the idea of having a good( time Senate Coffee, lt __ ______ .45 Hulls, Cotton Seed ____...'". 1.80(

DRECO; the medicine with a nationwide I j agent, spent several days this |: Monday March 17th and were prepared to remain here No. 1 Tomatoes u ___ Oats, 100 lbs; ____uu______ 3,15
| week making Kissimmee her headquarters until the afternoon train on Sunday.Saturday can "uu"- .10
reputation for sale by Cen-I
Hay, Crab Grass _____ -_ 1.75 ;
tral Drug Store. Phone 41. while visiting: tther points I 1 I evening a reception was No. 2 Tomatoes __uu__ .15 --- u
the Miss Albina Smith motored out to given at the Hart Memorial in their t
f I Iof county. Pork & Beans, can, 16,17 &_. .19
A. Brelsford and wife, and Mrs. !'the picnic at Alligator Lake section, honor which interfer- DRUGS :
Uaderforth, of Chattanooga, were 1 Miss Lucy With rspoon was called' Tuesday. She accompanied b.J was somewhat Catsup, per bottle _;__ ,14
was
{ uu Turpentine, bottle ,10
l red with down of per
by a heavy
home from Washington. D. C. pour ;
new arrivals at the Grayntone this j on'ihuisday I iMiss May Morse, of Tallahassee Mrs. 1 Kerosene Oil gallon _. __ __ U--f'-
.15
week here of last week, bv' the serious: rain. However, a number of young Camphor, per bottle ___..... ,25
. reaching For Tuesday.Sale-Genuine!j'illness! of her mother. :Miss\ WithcrpQjn King and Mrs. Byers. SI.J I II people assembled there and spent the Thread spool ______________. .05 Castoria, per bottle .....___. .30 '>

Hatching strain Eggs/ a was employed by the govern- I Mrs. Fannie Powers, a cousin of evening with games and other amuse- No. 2- Peas ________._____,. .18 Sulphur per pkg. _. .. .05 ';
Ferris of white $1.75
leghorns; M. Marmaduke, the Inanagoer..ol ments. Ice served ----- -
new
per setting. A. E. Thomas. 9tf. me/it in th*Treasury' department. 'the Graystone hotel, is spending: the the guests. cream cones were No. 2 Corn ___?.___________ .20 Epsom Salts, per pkg ...... .05

S. W. Rogers! a representative of "j'T TTf Court Call of, Judge Jacksonville of the ,United and-| winter in Kissimmee and is a guest The girls playing on the local team. Oat Meal, 3 lbs ___._____.__ .25 Vaseline, per' bottle .__..,__ .05
Stanrs ,
the Tampa Hardware Company, spent Hon. H. S. Phillips, United States I of friends on Emmett street. were: Misses Mary Tiller, Percie and Graham Flour, 3 lbs ...... .25 Machine Oil per bottle ___, .20 ':

the weekend in Kissimmee. He reg- prosecuting attorney, of Tampa, wereprominent |j.Who makes the best bargain-a Ruby: Oliver, Sara Clark, CarolvnFripn Peaches, -Heavy Syrup .-___. .24 Sweet Ojl, per bottle ........ ,;.14 I
istered the :Manhattan Westfall. and
at hotel. Alpha Emily
visitors in KiseimmeeMonday ! man or a woman ? Ethel Barrymore Apricots heavy syrup ...... .32 Carbolic Acid, per bottle .,___ .14 '
Sanderson: Subs: Misses Mattie Stan-
Mr.. and Mrs M. E. Torrey, of Pickering the I will show you what a clever businesswoman
registering GraystoneMr
/ /: ford, Freda Schweikart, Thelma Sut- Best sliced Pineapple, can. 15 .32. Sweet Spirits Niter -bottler. .14
Mo., 'were among/ the tourists lit I? can do in "Our Mrs. McChes-' .:
and Mrc.; Wm. I. Barber and
ton; Cook: Miss Martin.
looking/ about Kissimmee Friday. 'pey" at the Casino- Theater Tuesday.
tle daughter, ;Miss Virgnia, of Kis >
They registered at the Manhattan simmee, were among the visitors in I Mrs. E. O. Smith, who has been BIG SERIAL COMING.

Dr. L. M. Highnll. of the State Experiment Orlando today greeting: friends and I v'isitnig' her daughter, Mrs. E. D. I The first episode of the "The Master CUT PRICE, CASH GROCERY

.J' Station, at Gainesville! ,1 shopping.! Mr. Barber is the Tax As Katz, was called to her borne in Pitts- Mystery," B. A. Rolfe's super serial I
pent '8, few days here this week assisting spssor of Osccola County.-Orlando, bur1this'! week by the serious illness starring Houdini, will be snown at
/ county agent M. M. Javens. Reporter-Star. '''of her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Smith. the Casino Theater, beginning Mon- Phone 141 422 Broadway

!Mrs. Sarah Pratt left Thursday on ;, Mr.' and Mrs. P. C. Button, -Mr. She left Wednesday. day, March 17, QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
a business trip to her home in Moul- and Mrs. W. A. McCool. Jr., and Mrs. i: Miss Lora Jones and her brother '1 he picture, which marks the

try Ga., bit expects to return here': II. C. Stanford, motored to Tar/inn t<> I Van, who have been visiting their screen debut of Houdini. who is internationally -
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and spend the remainder of,the:win- spend Saturday at the fair. While..uncle and aunt, Mr. and .Mrs. J. Harpcy famous aa the handcuff ; .
r, ,4; 4 there they were guests,of:Mr?. Fox, left Wednesday for their home jn king is not a serial in the generallyaccepted' .o o.oo ooo ooo.ootooo.ooooo oo .oo .
ColSMerry; ,,and 'lady' -Cleveland' ',Mra. Stanford remainediwith- Sedalia, Mo. Miss Annie Thornton sense of the term, but a serIes -
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. 'oold-timefrienda'Brown ,', ofltMr theiGrayia: Gran 'or' a',few days VISlt'r\I, ,,' 'i ,\1k'1';, '.intq\ i'i accompanied W H Gerlock J them.who has' been( . of, each fifteen episode two-reel telling feature a complete productions 1'The "
:! guests 4at <#.Would ,likejto' take!at I pt'ep' ;, .. spending , Phonograph With a Soul"No
:you chapter of thrilling writtenby
,.f son/theirwayytq!;\ S* Palm l Beach,J the;latest'advanced 'styles',the'seaJ! )the!winter season viewing FlorIda mystery .
!" Jaml. '' :' '" points of interest, reached Kis Arthur'' B. Reeve and Chas. )A.
!'on'l See the beautiful fashion chow
Girls, your opportunity! Be a traveling simmee Tuesday on his wav back this Logue.
in "Our' !Irs: shown at
;
McChesney, '
The chief thrills the like of which
salesman and learn your business home in Aurora. Ill While here Home is complete without aNew
the Casino Theater Ethel
starring
have never been shown the
{ he stopped at the Graystone. on screen
from Ethel Barrymore in "Our Edison. fill.all .
Barrymore, America's foremost BO< They the require.X1111
Houdini who
are supplied by as
MrB. the Casino Theater ( I Alexander Remington-Smith, who is t lj"
McCheeney" at tress Tuesday next.S. menu
Tuesday. ; connectedwith the United States Quentin Locke, a Government agent/ sought for by Phonograph Per-
J. Triplett, who has_ been in i' seeking to recover certain valuable fectors. .
J. Colt;, with his mother and two Okeechobee for the past month taking Shipping/ Board at Jacksonville came patents, is opposed by a giant auto y 1 y t' '
'down for the week-end to look after
daughters, who have been spending 'subscriptions for a newspaper stock II | maton. The automaton, a man of iron Consider these fay:.::. The Tew Ed. -
their fourth winter here will leave I his property interests here lie returned -, T
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+company, left Monday for Ft. Pierce with a human brain, devises every ison is
the last of this week for their homein to his duties Monday.
after announcing the abandonment of possible means of restraining/ his rival
Niles, Mich. j the project so far as. he was conceroed.rOkeechobee I, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue, of Casso- ?
C. E. Allen, of Memphis, Tenn.,.was Call. I polls, Mich., left today for a month's every restraining force with characteristic Perfect in Tone
among the winter visitors in Florida Private R. M. Montsdora who has visit with their daughter at Knight Houdini faculty and hasUnbreakable -
to spend some time in KiRsimmee this lust been from and on their return they will occupy A new episode will be shown every
week. He his honorably discharged! their pretty cottage on Mabbette, St., j : Records
made headquarters at / Monday for fifteen weeks. I
the Q. M. department at Camp Mills]
the Graystone.Miss ''till late spring.. The Best Artists Obtainable
L. I., reached here Thursday. He
Lorene Farr, of Knoxville, planned a surorise for his home folksat Mr..r>orsey T. Davis, special agentof AnnouncementPersons The Best Selection of Music.

Tenn., who has been spending a three St. Cloud by telling them nothingof the Home Insurance Company, of The Most Wonderful Accompaniments
week's vacation with Mr. and Mrs. J. I his discharge, but going',home un New York, was in town last week, who are hungering and
G. Johnson, who are winter residents announced.Col. / and while here transferred the Kis- thirsting to know more and more of i .
here, has returned to her home. simmee! agency of his company to A. the Love of God and His common sal- (I The Greatest "Recording Room Direc-
and Airy F. C. Creelman of .
E. vation through Ills
Drought The Home was one of only begottonSon tor.
W. E. Dunnody. his wife and two
South Carolina, are among the guests the leading companies in D. G. Wagner's by' "faith'that worketh by love,"
eons, W. E. Jr., and K. W. Dunnody, domiciled at the Grayrtone this win ( What
former and willing to encourage a more can you want ? All the
agency. congregational
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is motor who
a party are touring ter. Col.! Creelman has large timber
Florida this winter. They were guestsat interest in this section of Florida and Mrs. J. Friedman, with her child, society-k>r church-teaching above merits combined in "The Phonograph .
the Graystone Tuesday while en is* looking after business while en ioy of New York City, arrived from Jack- and preaching a full gospel-holiness With a Soul.! "
sonville and His soon coming for His Bride,
route for Palm Beach. this week and were so pleased
ing the pleasures and comforts of a
Mr. and Mrs. Nealey, of Minnesota, Florida winter. with the environments here that she churchanity independant-please of sectarianism drop me a card and W Invite You to ,Hear Them i
decided to prolong her stay for a, cou-
are spending some time in Kissim i Mr. and G. A. Rummels of
Mrs. ple of weeks. She is domiciled at the and secure a more satisfactory understanding
mee. They are domiciled at the Gray- Malden, Pa., accompanied by Dr. dependant upon tithing and '
Graystone Hotel with her colored CENTRAL: DRUG STORE
stone Hotel and enjoying the pleasures Halden a noted physician of Wilkins- : nurse and chauffeur. offerings-for His glory and our joy
of the Country club. Mr. Nealv bore Pa., who are touring/ Florida in : I and edification in love.
is president of a chain of banks, anda their machine, were guests at the Capt. .Clay Johnson, Sr., arrived NEVIN BOSLER HOLMES, Phone 41
well known man in his state. Friday on the Osceola from a two
Graystone "Wednesday while lookingover Evangelist,. Gen. Del., Kissimmee Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pledger have the city. They were en route weeks' trip to Canal Point, where he 11-lt. KISSIMMEE FLORIDAIOO"Oooooooooooooooooo"o.'o"oo'oooooo'ooooo'ooo
moved their family to their country for Palm Beach. has been making repairs on the Rose ,
ada. He left Monday the boat to o OOOOtOOOOOt 4QP8644040
property just north of the city limits. Metsr i'rator Gilbert and William on I .
cross! the lake to Moore Haven where ,
The Geiger residence they were occupying Arnold), who came hbme Saturdayfrom ,
was rented by Mr. and Mr. C. Jacksonville where he 'will. go via A. C. L. to Kissimmee ] - --
they are em- BEAUTYPARLOR
S.' Watson, who took immediate pos nloyed by the Merrill-Stevens ship I to folks.spend-Okeechobee several days Call. with home I '. oooooooo'oooOOO to .


session.Mrs. J. M. Reed and daughter, Mrs.! building Monday for corporation a fishing:remained trip down over the Mr. and Mrs. Warren Reynolds, of I Dr. P. J. Cannon Crystillized Salt Fish

1 Leroy Potter and granddaughter! luke. They returned to their work Cassopolis, Mich., who are old-time
Miss Lois Potter, have arrived in Or- Tuesday afternoon.Mr. friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue, Direct From Our Fishing Boats

lando from Butler. Pa., to visit her and Mrs. J. C. Prill and children their spent several days ,here this week on Osteopathic PhysicianFormerly To You ....
brothers; Mr. A. W. Reed of this city, spent Friday night in Fort tour of Florida. They left Wed-

and Mr. J. H. Reed of Kissimmee.- Pierce. Mr. Prill drove up from Mi- nesday for New Smyrna. Mr. Warrenis I ( of Si. Loan, Mo:) '
Rt'porterStaiWednesday'( .) a 'county official and a prominentman Delicious, Fresh Caught 'Salted
ami after 1 o'clock, arriving here ROOM 61 ,
in his home town, just the kind Fish, direct to the,consumer by
T. J. Burckhajter, the wellknownlocal about dusk. His wife's people live at of citizen
a Florida would like to interest .
representative of the Coe-Mor- Kissimmee from which point they in locating here. GRAYSTONE HOTEL prepaid parcel post or express
timer Fertilizer Co., and his estimable register while traveling/ in South Federal Office 619 Mabbette St. 13:; tbs for 200.
family, left this week for their Florida but he lives in one of our manager of the Atlantic -
new. location at Eustis. Thev have northern states. He is much Coast Line, Delano, and his party, Miss Miriam Skilton
very f 8 to 10 a. m: Special price in Barrel lots.
was here in their
train
a wide circle of friends here who will impressed with Florida's exhilerating special yesterday -
learn of their departure with regret climate.-Fort Pierce Tribune. and were shown the courtesiesof Hours-i If you Have never tried our

while they will wish them a large the city by Mayor Cadel. Manager: Hair! Dressing Manicuring C i6to8pm. Crystalized Dry Salt Fish you
measure of prosperity in their new Miss S. L. Vincent, editor of the Delano was former vice-president of have missed a rare treat .'
home.. University News Sheet, of Gaines- the A. C;: r.:. before it was taken over Scalp and
ville, accompanied by C. T. Link, of by the government, and was here ona face Massageand THE ST. GEORGE CO
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Johnson, their Orlando, and Harold Herzberg of this visit of inspection. Chronic Diseases a Specialtyalso ,

son and daughter/ and their guest city, students fof' the University, motored ShampooingPhone SI. ''George 01 tki Gulf,
Miss' Gammond. all of Knoxville, who down from Gainesville and CABARET SOCIAL

are spending the winter and making ,spent the week-end here and at' Or. Mrs. J. J.' Tucker ,and Mrs.. C. .N. Chiropractor APALACHICOLA FLORIDA :
their headquarters at Kissimmee. returned I lando. Miss Vincent is a versatile Paver,'wil1 rive a cabaret social for 137 for EngageBet or i
this week from a tour of South writer and her work .on the Proof the benefit of the Presbyterian Aid
Florida points of interest. The itin- Call i ia Penoa ,
Sheet .
displays intricate knowledge
an Society, from 7 to 9 p. m., March 7th. - - - --- -- --- ---'
erary of their trio included a visit at of[ the science of agriculture" The A freewill offering will be taken. W. Senator N. P. A..Vans A. of Hlssim nee U
Arcadia, 'where they the e.ts ( ft.12a. .. Bryan and P. T. Snodarass ,
were Gazette sanctum Hova Hi"
of their old-time friend and former fraternal call from was this brightened by a ,solicit the public to Attend at the residence lit. I p. .. Agnew,,two of Jacksonville's leading: looking after business in 'amps.and
talented and
of Mr J. J. Tucker, corner of the while here will make his
pastor Dr. A. J. Holt, and ,family. attractive,editor. I attorney, were registered at headquartersat ,
t Verona street and. ROM avenue. .o.o o..t.o.o..oooo.ooo.oc Graystone Monday. the Hilliboro.-: Tampa Times.f ,

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;OLDS INTERFERE :i j, WASHINGTON'S PARTY.BIRTHDAY KING'S' DAUGHTERS CLASS

.. -' ENJOY DAINTY LUNCHEON
WITH BUSINESS i One of pleasantest) events of WRIGLEYS
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the week was the Washington! birthday -- .
party: "pi\n by the Epworth Mrs. J. Wade Tucker, assisted l>>' the dishes had been purchased. These! '
"' League Friday night .at the M. E. ;Miss Lola Lawler entertained with a uere,white with a plain gold band. t .
t. >r. 'Klnjl'a I New Discovery bungalow This ope,; pattern was chosen so that 1 .. r j ,
1 o'clock
lovely
relieves them..and keep Throughout' the e'nJnthe/ young luncheon Saturday, other classes wishing to assist in thiswork ,': : '. "
'ou going on the Job I people made merry with games and] having for their guests the members; could supply the same pattern t The Flavor Lasts .
l'' ont'h.de"'rl' ivniinding them, of of the Kind's Daughters class of the nnd't avoid inharmonious; effect. \
: 1 the anniverPary.14cious ;M. E. Sunday tchool. The day was the anniversary o* ,
fiftv: er;> ntinuou yours of almortthUiIii I fruit jello] wan seized! with The dining room presented a gay Baby Tucker's first birthday, as we!'
,'s cch '('k.it11:and rl'lil'ing coughs, tpperl\ '/ l .!.cream find ('uk!!'. Aboutthirty scene, the large table centering the B- of the Father of his count* and ...
rclcis and kindred siifTcrincs\ i It ilia / guests wereI p'PSent.1n . loom with small tables! arranged at James Jr., added his sunny presence :
uchicviniint of f Dr. KIIR'H New
firoi.il the corners The appointments of to the company and his two (gr.lnc'' Aiwaysi'
1)1M'fry; the luncheon reminded the guests of mothers, Mrs. J. J.. Tucker and Mri .
.. Ih.rti'.m
father the ; .\Hi of I RequiredIf .
Grandparent, mother, I irtat n the date-the anniversary of Wash Judson. both of Grand, Rapids I\h.\
LjddiCt -aU )have used and are usingit frtime great action 'of heroism! ington's birthday, for the, place cards were also there. '
si the safest, surest, mott pluuunt x\'atf to protect a child from hatchets
: necfSMnry were or cherry tree ou\e- Attending the luncheon were: Mrs!'
to-take remedy! hey know(r. .J"., no 'mother would hesitate. to and the favors, I
iK niers dainty a bunchof Wagner, Mrs. ( E.; Hilton.) Mrr the best
fold by all. druRfikt! : everywhere..Keep . <)"V VU her offspring, but, when 'it \la violetstwere tied with ribbons!. in ulk. Mrs... E. E. Wells, Mrs. G.; W
=== === i"njj' neV\ ls..ar. + )' to keep at hand'a 1 totTi the nationalcolors] Persons, Mrs. A, W. Train Mrs. HWj ''
Bowels Schedule ,. i.f hamlierlMin'fl] Cough Remedy' After the delicious course luncheon Morrow: Mis. W. H.\\ wain. Mr buy for I
Lute, rdarr'.cd .functioning; throws unn J.i! Ii ag soon at! the first indicaon the guests assembled in the spacious Hester Henry/ Mrs. G. I1. Gardner .
the whole day's duties out of gear ; ,! of (';t'uP.' appears, there arc living' room and spent the afternoon Mrs. H. C, Piano, Mrs.\ J. I).. Woo ).
tip: the system iltansed, the 'npptlite ii,(.ny; who 1,1'1.; | it. Chamberk] in'p. hemming the table linen which the beck. Mrs. R. I'" llodnett, Mrs. L the
lively, the ttomucti staunch with: '.Cough J! KtmwJv H within the reach ofu I cluFS is providing as part of the,: tut'nixhings II. Ins-ram. ':Misses Louise Thomn.nCleo .
I IV. Kmi.'tl New Life !1'ilU MilJ sad : mi: ,s prompt, _. ._and_effectual.. for 'a table at,the Orphanage Wooldridjte, Nina Rratton. Ethel l price -h-
Ionic ia uttioa. ,&old, Ivc.r1lll.dc. -- --- at Enterpriser :Mrs.-I n. G. Wagner, Hall, Virginia Tiller, Elsie] No.ton,'
.1.1.-, riin far the \'"ll",, fn...'.o ?teacher of the class, .announced that and Anna Whitner. ,
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CLOCK GOLF AND, TEA 1' was given a second club ,prize, u
AT COUNTRY CLUB quaint Japanese tea .basket; Mrs. So..
... ,-,("- relle, of Raleigh, N. C., the guest ut
,.. Ia,' Mrs W. J. Sears, was awarded first
The regular Saturday nfteJ'nooll'nts' '
,,4\-. -" '. guest prize, a pair of embrojdercd silk The greatest
e ;, tit ('\'( at the .Country club were exceptionally -
!" h -'h' t 4... hose, and Mrs. Harry Hoffman, of '.
: sf well attended, the pleasant
-.r .1 1a.----; .. )( New York City now visiting in Or-
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", : ''i I. weather tnticing more local people five-cents worth '
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".. '' ;'' '' to join the golf enthusiasts or to ,
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._ --...!I. I ---=-.: ticipate in the afternoon tea. I Bonbons were served throughout __, of beneficial
../.c. This was served on the lawn at the
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the afternoon and at the conclusionof
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......., ,' ", 1 .,, f. llunjilton hoe, with Mrs. Bullock ashostess ] the frames a delicious two course Sealed Tlaht-lept Right refreshment
,:o--t- y'.V \ I II I when dainty sandwiches,' collation consisting of a 'salad, sand.I .
cakes and tea refreshed the visitors.
i Ii The silver offering for the arte,'-- I wishes, grapefruit straws, cakes and :, possible '

In; ; Florida with.rountaanPen. ,was noon added amounted to the to club about funds.$<>, 'which coffee.Mrs. Loe's'jruests were: .Mrs. S. 11.3ullock , to get.

/ Mrs. H. W. Boice, :Miss Frances I
1 Clock] golf was as popular as on the Mrs.\ Sorelle, of Raleigh, N.
1I previous afternoons and at .the conclusion Bay, ,,,. PE e
Inez Carson, Mrs. H. C.
Miss
WtjnosIdeal 1I I of the I'ontest1'1'11.: S. 11. Bullock C; !
Stanford, Mrs. Carpenter, of IMfajette -
found to have made the lowest ,
was .
I Ind.; Mrs. Jim Hunter, Mis.Daljrarno
Score, making the round in 24.
)IRemhait I and her guest Mrs. Cobb, }
:Mr William Reinhart :Mrs. Wallace/
Minn. Miss Halt, of
Minneapolis, ;
Misses Isabel Hamilton and '
Ind. Mrs. H. C. Piano,
Lafayette, ;
Elsie Hat tied for second place with TheFlavor
Mrs. Walter Cov
a record of 26. Mrs Howard Katz, -
I ble, of Orlando; :Mrs. Harry Hoffman, /"
of New York City; and Mrs. Canon
MRS.. CLAUDE AUCTION LEE BRIDGE HOSTESS AT I Bryan, of Toronto, Canada. ) : :

of doors. -- MOTORMAN NOT LOSING ANY
to Florida to enjoy yourself out
YOU go Mr Claude lee of Ualtiniore, who I II
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen help. It <. spending the winter in Kissinumegave TIME. Lasts

enable social a very pretty party at the :
will you to keep up your necessary "1 don't think anyone ever suffered
club of last .
Country on Thusdav
and business correspondence without being tied week, entertaining the Bridge club I I| more from" stomach trouble and bloating e t
than I have. I had to Jay off m\ i ye
indoors to a desk and ink well. and a few other invited guests.
The color) scheme for the event I run more than half'the time and could
The novel you are reading or the deck of your was vellow. This was carried out in ,, get no help from prescriptions! and .
launch it desk enough when you write withWaterman' the cut flowers: and tally sheets. I medici e. One of my friends! advised
using Mnyr's Wonderful" Ilemedy, e--
Four tables of players enjoyed the
Ideal Fountain Pen. auction bridge: during the afternoon, which J found to be the greatest remedy -
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen are obtainableat Mrs P. C Buttoiff receiving!' the club ever put on the earth. 1 have not ij
prize. which were handsome hand decorated lost a day since taking it. It is worth '
best dealer everywhere. Three types-Regular candle stick; 11rH.. C. Piano its weight in gold." It is a simple,

! Safety, and Self-Filling. From $2.50 up. harmless preparation that removes
The Strong Withstand the Winter the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal .
Watfrman't Ideal Fountain Pmrt
Get a inflammation ---- - -- ---- - -- - -
tract and allays the
Cold Better Than the Weak
arid add hours to your omtofdoor lift which. ,, all stomach,
causes practically
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You have Health. Strength and Endurance I
must E. 0 PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
L E. Waterm.n Company 191 Bro.dw.y. New York to fight Colds.Grip and Influenza. '' liver and intestinal ailments, including / .
One dose will convince -
appendicitis.
Wben your blood Is not In a healthy Z. Roberson Jacksonville, Florida '
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refunded -
I or money
and does circulate properly.
,, condition your system la unable not to withstand the and-druggists!!- everywhere. Fertilizers, Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies '

Winter cold.GROVE'S. For thirty years, w a have been manufacturing fertilizer in this State-w have wurfied cue 4.+
:-: \" 0 0 TASTELESS Chill TONIC MR. AND MRS. BURCKHALTER : omen in every county in Florida.

Fortifies the System Against Colds. Grip HONORED. Writ Fee L.t..l Trie Lid. Fritw always i. 1iitlL Quality
i and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching -
the Blood.It I The members ;Of; the Christian
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contains the well-known tonic properties church gave a reception'Friday nightat

I"" - .:: of Quinine and Iron in a form the beautiful home of Mr. and MrsiW '. : ::! : ::
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acceptable to the most delicate stomach. ,. BJ Crawford an ,honor: of..M: rt land !'fJ.' "y.,,1il.io.\' "\ ,' SEEDVe -.. ":i.ojIt""lW[ ;.,
and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel JMrsajTJjBBurckhalterjwhofleftflhii | ; carry iilnhefJeading I varieties of seed which have been tested J"and known ; ;_
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I' "Tit1I tts Strengthening! Invigorating Effect. > 60c.Covrrtttit ',week for EUlOtls 'where the' will re t lojbebe, t ,adapted to our soil and climateNEWfCROPlSEEDlcORN' v{_ fM1Fj sa I

t'; _,. ...J.r.. side* spacIOus'rooms were misticaTIv I :i. SORGHUM ,: MILLET,+a RRAPE rn EGYPTIAN :
yP ,1ItSCr r rl rr I I'' der rd'1 till r, I''', Irr I decorated with cut flowers ferns I WHEAT : TEXAS SEEDED RIBBON CANE ':" "ONIONSETS

a sir !'$P rr r ri++r tJ r f P P r r,r ll e ?F ed t +r.t f r rl. e end palms. While the evening was : ENGLISH PEAS : BEANS, etc., etc. .

r r !l y ,,, +P :rz o f a.pi1''rl, delightfully informal, an entertaining II SEED POTATOES, all varieties. POULTRY and BEE SUPPLIESWe
+ r r rr P t arranged. Misses Hattie
was
itesGiP ,I,, P a dJrPr .j efr r 'r r la eaP P program Stanford and Eunice Rivers play-- ask that you call on us for any information desired in our line. Thisis

r tit; r6i # ; rIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiil illpj piano detections and Miss! Lenore Natures Supply Store.
iI Vanpuzer gave a humorous reading ;' OUR NEW SPRING SEED and SUPPLY CATALOGUE IS READY. Write
b I D Miss Emma Yowell's school pupils. for today.
III :i,, g Masters Joe Burckhnlter, Raymond your topy

I ; I Jlayson, Joseph Jeffords Roswell ,'
h Wmn and Miss I.nolle Hilbert
I hi I executed
liii I II I s/ I a patriotic drill' which appropriately : d
I, began with a flag salute.] I

1 I I M 1i i or_ _r_ _f_ E'_ _ _ _f_ I II ________________________________ _ _ _ _ I talk Rev expressing Coleman the then regret made of a the farewell Sun-

P i f : j'day school in losing Mrs. Uurckhalter]
5 + : from their corps of teachers, and Mrs.
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A from the missionary society. Mrs. OLDESTESTABLISHED 'ItIN1J
:Burckhalter] few fit-
r responded wjth a
1 I I time words. tarRtE FOR GITAIOti i I SEE fourytRn,
t i I4I Each event of the evening was alter. WEEMLY DRItE UST HOUSE IN FLORIDA ''
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nated with music by the Victrola, Mr.

;, II i i t.'u. /I', 'f.s,' it r i, r ,j1 { r fr 1 r: Pi '? li9r p+'r7 Crawford the choicest devoting records bis time from to selecting their-
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Ill f'' jr a IPf ,ti i iriiE Wonderful,the guests.collection, for the pleasureof

P fY + fflII 1he evening!' closed) with dainty refreshments .
II II ,; Ir,+ r ti tr j P 1 ,fg ;! with delicious] home made - -
III ( r r P c + P cakes<< and fruit punch were served. :
I t Pdirrd', tMt7 r9tt + P r The reception was largely attended tGoatManure

t Ii l I to 1+ + + pr r rl f ii+ bv members!' of the church and their
friends, a number of whom were tour I
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Bear in mind that Chamberlain's y
1I I I' I I Pil + Pr Tablets not only]: move the bowels put i X
I P it improve the appetite and strengthen We have just taken in a cargo of Venezuelan Goat Manure 7"
smoketaste
J I i the djgestion. They" contain no -
t IIIw. .a. LAYup. : pepsin
i I against a or other digestive ferment but which analyzes I

III I listening post-and you'llthe strengthen the stomach and enableit
( l to perform its functions naturally.
III 455.' get Prince Albert call, all right I Ammonia li per cent ''

,td You'll hunt a jimmy pipe so quick and HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB i

J ItrrnoldTf ltlII ':, get so much tobacco joy out of everypuff MEETS NEXT MONDAYThe Potash 3 per cent : .
'b"eo Co.:
t you'll wish you had been born Home Demonstration club will .s.

twins! For, Prince Albert puts over a turn hold the regular March meeting at Coat Manure will put "life" into your soil without adding germs t tof

P ; rt new to every man fond of a pipe or a home the afternoon demonstration at 3 o'clock kitchen; to which Monday all I
disease weed se ds. Write for prices \l
P made cigarette. It wins your glad hand com ladies who are interested' in home eco- or

' , pletely. That's because it has the quality J nomics The ,topic are of invited.the general discussionwill v .. '

lk And, right behind this quality flavor and quality fragrance be "poultry" .and any one who Wilson & Toomer FertilizerJCo.
b t has a good suggestion to make or a
'" P r is Prince Albert's freedom from bite and parch labor saving device in connection with Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers

r which is cut out by our exclusive patented process. the subject are urged to take part 'at Jacksonville, Fla.' .

d We tell you to smoke your fill at any clip jimmy this The time.demonstration will be cake and

r pipe or makin's cigarette-without a comeback I IToppf ice. Mrs. J. Wesley Brown will demonstrate -

r.J bats, tidy rod tint, hmdtamm pound and cookies her and favorite Mrs. E.recipe E. Wells for mak-will 040 OOOOOOOOOOOO OO..OOOOO.OOO.. OO.OOO. too o .
ing
half pound tin h.midon--and-tfwe claw, practical demonstrate an excellent ice made . ,
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pound cryttal flat kamidor with tpong moittunur
J top that htpt hiss tobacco in inch pmrfott condition. from Florida fruits. wove) natelus chill Tonic Piles Cured in 6 to 1 14 Days

Jt ,R. J. Reynold* Tobacco Co., Win ton-Slemf N. C. Visiting cards pnnted by the Valley ,Hitofea teblaatbg vkalky bIoooL"a.'d Y eneisy Oft eaa: by_: purifying....Ita&uaattb-and Mmint. b xlin81b IngorePrauadtoaPI ko.Iaw.U

c_ '.. %.. w - - - Gazette Job Department. Uvtemtln. Ffhrt.: 'Prlc lOt:. I re.ttul.b.p:. .linea after th.screw line I'Uea appllca&luQ.i, sod :JOIOL rra na 110o.II<'t

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DANCING PARTY I. Scmlvole (......,.. orchard lands and grove land. from TK4 of the LAWS of KlorM Acts '".lf" electors of the City at 41
( All of Sections; 25 3ti.; In Township .hlch t( produce. and on whl.1 toraise ,19111, to construct a Bulkhead and Fill . Election to be proclaimed byt >
KNOCKS OUT PAIN Mrs. C. F. Burrows and the young 20 8, Itanite 3 an. IU/I ", . and nlnntr such part of the lake front of h.. Mayor under the said R..olut" (

men of her class gave a delightful All that part. Section 29 and S3 fruit arUc.lo..lc of trees \111 Lake Tohopeksllga a. lies within thelimits of Cou".I. this Council .
\ dancing h'lnc'e.t of the St. .Joh.. River; All: which to grow and \.labl. j of the Paid City of Klsslmmee, as o".rnlno body of the '
\ party at the Graystone.hotel o( Sections 30. 31 and 32: In TownshU fruit and other plant an<4 products, and to assess the shutting owners for City ot KI..lmm. .. the proceeds \:
THE FIRST ROUND Friday nightwhich was attended by 20 *S. Han r. S3 E. to be sold; canned and preserved; and the coat of such Improvement In pro- of said BONDS for the purpose.
about seventy-five guests. Among; All of Sections I and 12.; In Townsblr to deal In canned goods or' Its ow n ';'P.urttn to the frontnge; Improved. ,us set out Inisald/ Resolution. ,,
21 H. Kanice 32 H..AIi product and manufacture, and to buy "n1.'h.r.a.., C.rt"ln. Improve Passed In open session this 12th day
these were several couples from Or. or Sections t. e. '7. B. 1. 17 18, and sell all such fanned goods .gener. necessary to certain nf February A. D. 1919, at a regular .
Comforting relief from pain lando. 20. 21. 22, .7 2S and 34.; ". 1..1 QlSection ally and to and dispose ot al. byproduct streets lylnr! within such filled In area tdjourifed meeting of the ssld Council. "
Refreshing fruit punch was served ItT E."t Hillf of IV:!l ha.I.a.1 and resulting the 'I Andhorem.. Plans and apecitlexdbms "'. H. LAWSON.President "
makes Sloan's the East Half of 33: all that part operation of such canning factory," and nnd estimates of cost preparedby l of the Council of the City otMKALk
throughout the evening and tiny of Sections 4, 9, 10. 14. 15. 23. and 35,. to do all things necessary and proper Allan J. lacno.'ouKh.o' \ Klsslmmen. ( ) Klsslmmee. i.I
World's Liniment dancing slippers 'were favors for the 1)'lnaw."t of the St. Joliu River: InTownship In and operating such" a fac have b..n II' the .City .. J. R OILHEKT.rlerk .
S. Range 33 K. runllnl total cost of
. ladles. I to I.t Klsilmmee .h..r..l. Ih. City Klsslmmee. J
Mr S. II. '01..1. v.u.tr. To manufacture, buy sell 'and otherwise the Bulkhead ,11 .. dckln&fa Approved this 12th. day of February, ./
A three piece orchestra. A I of 8.ctiotis 27. 2K. 34 and 3S: All deal all kinds of milk and the dIttIeS amounts to JIhty'lv. A I>. 1919. v s
This 'famous reliever of rbeumatiq Bullock, Mrs. Verna Ellis and Mr. that part of Sections 29 and 33. lylimICast product II milk; to produce purchase ''sand ( l$fi, I aches. soreness, stiffness painful. Rouse furnished an ideal musical of the St. John River: In Town. ell and deal In farm produce of any cost for the Improvement of thecertainatresstl Mayor ofthe City, of Kl 'lmmee.QUALIFICATIONS '
aprains, neuralgic paint, ana mostother still' .211 S, Range 33 E. kind, and other food, and the varlnunmaterials above mentioned Is estimated. f
external twinge that humanity" program and the enthusiasm the A I of Sections 2. 3. 11 12 13. 24. 25,.'. Into or In the proluctton at Twelve Thousand Five IN ',
dancers had not waned when at 26 old 36: All that part of Sections C., .( ..nt..rlnt, generally tit cuts. Hundred .U.&OO.Ol) ,nliar: NECESSARY ; ,
utters from, enjoy itt treat tales o'clock Home Sweet 9. 10. 14. 15. 23 and 35. lying Kast ol business In all Its AntI The haveto '
duct
,
twelve jllome a dairy h.rel. lIU' .1' ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND )
\ranl'h. '
because it practically never fail to the St. .Johns ttlver; hi Township I 8ltauge ,. tn boar such

bring speedy comforting relief. was rendered. 33 K. To build by ..1.I equip operate.,, nYid Bulkhead, Fill and Improvement to -ELECTION.
, (cI To appoint three tomml..lon.'r. I own steamboats, "t"AI..hl"o. sailing Lake front and streets and all tins property i
Always ready for use. it takes little a* Ir4'ld..1 for under shims I and other property, to be benefited b)vtho Improvement will '
to penetrot without rubbing and produce of II and 39 of Chapter 645"land used in hont.. ..". trade and uB"hcaton1 b.- a.R'I..o Its -Just proportion ,, the Al( entitled to fote in' tfc. .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS of 1"lorld.to appraIse the .
1.1.* com .. Bulkhead. Fill and Improvement persons
results. Clean refreshing. At all drag to purchase, sell own, ho. l.rlKale
he for rUlits ,.
.tores.. A largo bottle means shall tol.n or."ay.1"ldl.1 and least, all kind of ".1. a to the I tke front snnio foregoing Band Election, must be registered 'to
economy. hasins or other or lia '
"orka. 'boats their nnd tackle, paid In Ten '4101 annual Installments
'
"pppnrel voter in the of KissiftV
( la Circuit ('..urt. !IIt.t. .., Florida. MrTeath . 'h. benefits and dnmaire* to any, wlinrvfs 0,1. piers and a* provided hi' said ChnplerTIM it f
.4 Judicial C'I.Iou41..1.. UP" all lands, ,..hll. hlKliwa I M, I.al..d I riparian lands. ,'""h'r.rl"h" Laws. of 1"I.rlO. Act; of I iii 5. mee reading therein the tin* of !
Sloan'sICills (' I. raaacerr.r.d And other property already Ui general to do and A lilch .. .. r.r..d by ,
ona7. I.rfor"
be annVxeilto . the therein
of that real
may ) estate
DI..trl.l.* District by t proposedanicndnivntH let or R'tR c'expedient or nvcensury the 1) shill .1.. used for th purposeof elecoD. OWO', ,

,, : ...r ". Haute *il.mm. Defendant. Reclamation by thvproposed or powers herein mentioned mud Issued for his purpose.THKUKKOHK.
fled I'lan or or nil lie by the tate for the last due thereon. j
Paixx ( in. the boundaries ol I exercise any and oilier poweinwhlnh I n..oh..1 ,ea
i It nnpenrlng by affidavit I appended to 'h"I" n ro-pnrtnershlp I* or natural I person Cniincll of the City KI..lr"e. '. 1.. i iOTln
lit. Mil tiled In I IK- above slated cnuneHint HUM l'I"'lt such other and imuld do: or exercise and which are Section I. Tlwtt under and. by ,' -
1 I Hntllo. A.lllm..01... of the defendant timer' (0)relief. Irant.. premises 8* may flr.*, or may herenfter be authorlied or permitted of the Power vested In the City ofKlnolimiH'c TU C ItElliloitO.
herein named. I IH a nonresident of 'In conformity with law and a* equity. by law nnd the enumeration I of by Section* 1011 '."d 1M2 -' .4
the Stanof Florida. and IK n residentof reiiulre. ipecltlit, power recited herein shall In of th.. U.nern I Statutes of the .Stateof I. (.....t of She onatr ...d.... ()se'itSta i
New York City,, New Voik. and. Unit may And unless* you show rausn to th '" utio I In, iiv<*r thv ago or tweiitv-one bn or before the first 'rul from the geiu-rnl power conferred ",.. Ninety- Eighths htflNiS the agutreMate .___ J
I yearn; It I I.. therefore ordered thntesntdnonresident I day contrary of the Court ot the. urn ..n.r.llon. h)' the. Laws of tha ..UI of .t5'li.m.tmO. to bi stjlod .. r.nlate of K'h....., II. Ilee4t J
. ".: defendant, h. and she IHherehv Id ('outi ,10( Circui after the publication I .STATE OF FLORIDA.AHTI4M.H. "Mimlclitnl Hulk head Honda, l Issue ">oflltl To all Creditors, Legatees, Dlstrllmtee P
, .. retired 1 to.appenr to tl\o bill ISIS' I ;:: <: ) :f. Html r.I.its required t.Y' 2. 5.' of the denomination of One and all Person. having Claims "4

of 'mal.1 against said Estates
.... Mottday' the! 7th day of April I I. trrane.Date . 1.llon this t Corfiorntlon shall 1 Ins Ten Thousnid one ", "('Brl"" Interest nt You a..1 .h of you. are hereby no" 4
\\.r'i';. I 1119, ntherwle |l lp IllleufltloilHof : : I of (first I 2Mb tiny. olFvbruaiy ( 1".111'inn' I Dollars I illtlded Into, the rule of Mix 4 er cent per nnnum..Interest titled and required to present any "
E. S. HOffMAN, M. D. Bnl. 111|| will no taken an l.O"r.......... 1919. >bll"aton. One I Hundred I ( 1(10) shares of the p.ir I'nll. lem'.an.ualIY', nnrlmnturlng claims and demands which you. or elth
l hMa I.. 01..f......"n I. Willies* nfy. official. hand nnd seal ol viilutof One Hundred IU'"I./I) l 1'.1-llais I of Issuance resijiertlvelv er of > ou. tuny hav against the estateof .
OCULIST AM:; OPTICIAN It 1 I'" further ordered Hint this order the xnld Circuit ( oust at 1'itiistvtlleFIrlda ,. each ; and Much .u'k. I".ud Inst ns follow;*: Sylvester II. Reed deceased. late l I"
Examined I IK. published* once n week for four ronsecutUe this 24th day of Keltiunry,. that nubscrllied f"r by the subscribingIncorporatorn. 1 Ten Thousnnd: ollnrs In Ten year*. of f ..01" County. Florida to t he.undersigned
'I Eyes by a Regular Kegisterrd I weeks I III the Klsslmmee Valley 1919. F MITCHKUU may be 1.10' for cur. Ten Thousand Dular In Eleven l Administrator of said p.tat. ';.

Physician. On..'''". n new.spnper' published* In (CIRCUIT l ('nuRf'( sl.:. I.) rencit. or In lub'nr, ..'.'. ., or propert)'. Years. within one year from the date nereof.Dated .
Glasses Fitted. said* County and State Clerk Circuit Cuutt, Hrevard COI.lv., at a just valuation, to be fixed by the In. I Ten 'hou"and .olar In Twelveestul. February 4th A. I}, 1919 \
Thla'-the' 21st of February. 11119* : State of Florida. II I-4t,. ci or by the Directors, nnd ) S1ei A. K. DROtKlHT.
Broken Lena Duplicated. (CIRCl'IT* : lrTYfl KALIJ. .-- ."f''IIO'H. .. and paid. for at such Thou"lld Jolar In Thlrt"lnIy."r. 9-8t > Administrator.Tirn .

.. L. OVKRSTRHRT. >OTI H 55 K AIM'l.irATI\ 'on I.KT.TKIIM time and upon such terms HH the'Board ... "
28 W. Church Orlando Fla.
St.
Clerk Circuit Court of I determine.Kuld Thou.and In Fourteen
AMI Directors may. toU.r .
: I'ATK.NT 1'01I'on >( vun 11 1 1tcpartment
KUIIlltH. AKKRMAN ill STKKD.SolU'ltors . CnpitaI stock may be Increased ". -II.n'\Tlu"
f.ir Complainant' 1\1 -4* '''IO from time to time |ie>ond the amount, Thou"Rld.'olar.. In Fifteen of the Interior tl R T-.snl

(I. F. KlUlilJS A. AKERMANW : :: stated 'In the manner lmruvid'd b> law:. Y'Ar.. office,. at Onlnesvllle i..b. 1, 1(19.Notice .
W In ('lr.ui$ ( onrt. $ .te of Klorlila.rath !'isi'. I'l AM.Vllf)M IT'MAY CONCURS: : ARTICIK 4. 1'.n Thousand 101ar. II Sixteen J'11 .
J. STEED JuOlval Irrult.. llnerolat N' uIl'l2 18 HKRKIIY OIVKX That I 1. This Corporation, "hll exist ,perpetually Yen rs. Is hereby given thit James 1
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED ...In I. ( ..a.cr7. the underslKiied will apply the Oov- or until. ". according Ten Thousand Dollars In f..t..n A. Mlnnlck of' Loiighman ria. who
.
th .
'
of
ernor of the State 'I..rll. on to law. Yat Homesta4Hntry )
II. 1915.
Attorneys and) ('oun.rlor. Bt Law. (....rlln II. (lartoo. ComplalnaBt. .... 22nd day of March. A. I). !l. for l>t- v AUTICLB I. TI. Thousand. Dollar In Eighteen on January, No. 01X15. for mBd.HWVi of ,

Klaal........ Florida. Jam,. A, Clayton. Drfrndaat. ter I'atent.. IncorporatlnK nRVAN I. The business of this (:OTI'OrAIn., Yen. Section T. Township 25 8, Range SI... .
eOMIASY. under r.l. until otherwise provided h)' HOlr" And Seven Thousand Five Hundred ..... hits filed '
.t-enrral practice h all Plate ..d I'altedHtatra THAtH:1 ofwhich Dollars, In Nine-teen Years Tlllaha. M..rldl.n. n.t. .
,
It appearing by affidavit appendedto . a copv of Directors, shall be conducted by I I to make Three.yesr .
1'osrts..W. the hill filed In the above statedraiise baa been nled In the office ol r I.r..ld'.nl. n VI-lr."ld..nl. a Secretary TI. Interest and prlnclppal pa"Abl. to rstahllsh: claim to the land above '
that Jnmen .\. Clayton, the de the Secretary of State of the State. ol anti n Board ofDIrectors In Hold or Its equivalent nt ChaseNational before Clerk Circuit t'.urt. .t
therein nnmed Is a noniestdent FlorIda of from three 'to Bank New 'York City. ,10 d..rlh..1 Fla., ., the 14th of "'
B.. Crawford Lee Jsrr.1J .r f..nol State of Florida. and I I" n reslilent This the 19th day of ...bru.n., A. I). five ),' .r."I".d..h. exact number of HuNUI to be Issued for the purpose.. 11..lnm., on day ,.t

CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW or Calexrl. ''oulty. (California and 1911)* said Board to be fixed bv the Iy-Laws! h.'r.hb..ror. set out nnd the fund Claimant claims ss witnesses:
tliat he t I.. over .. nire of twentvoneveals. Kt'rtKNK COl.HKRT 11RYAN And to he alterable within the limitsstated. ( property' of the Cltv ofKissliamee B, n. Hancock of Llu.hman. Flit 'f

It Is therefore, ordered that snlilnonresident NATHAN C. HI1YAN The office of Secretary .a n.1 th.office pledged for their redempitlon. -. B. I':. Havens, of [."ulhm.n. FI. ..
d Offices: 4, 66, and 7. Citizen* requlied to appear to bill same person. TIl Board. of rlr'rt..rMma Section 2. That nn election he held I.. 1* H..I of .u.hm.n. Pie.ItOUT. 4
Bank Building iif complaint filed In said ..a....t. or CHVIITKR OF RH1'ANTHAIHS'1 appoint such oilier .flc""I. nt a date to he determined ,, the Iope. I..."hm.n.. VI .

.before Monday the 7th day of ,\1 iitl I. A. (ill 'ANY n Kent... ns In their Judgement mav (''.nrl. of the City of Klsslmmee, at >.gt. Register. it
.
KUsimmee Florida I D. 1'i'l I I9. othctwlse the nlleKiitlona I of seem wise, A,0 shnU .1>.... '.I... for such ,'(' the question to lie sub -

said hill will .. taken ns confessed by The underslKtied hereby asaoclatethemselve officer, or al""M. such powei and Illeo to the electors of said City hiiv- :0'1'K KillS l.t'nl..IO".

DR. W. W. CARSON itO Id defendant.It , together for the purpose of dutIes as ia dlo'r."o" ,,'enlproper (lu.ll..aton. prescribed by A -
Is further ordered that this ord.r hccotnlnir Inlor"or"t..1 under the Lw".t The annual m..th.1 of this Suction (leiiersl Htstutesof Opp.rlm.nt tsfthe Interior IT. B Land .
DENTrsT be published* week for four and Corporation shall the aecind the State of Florida, shall be the Feb. 1519.
once a consecutive the State 1"I.rldA. u".r Office at O.I..lle. Fla.. 1.
Charter.: In January of each year ,Issuance of the Bonds h..r.ln' above
w.kl In the Klsslmmee Valley terms of t"IM Prnpo..d. / Tuesday
Office over Pilley Building ( : 'a newspaper published In ARTICI.10 1. lit ten (10)) o'clock a. m.. at which time set forth. And the Mayor shall forthwith Notice Is hereby given that TullleII.

Office Hours: I-It. 1--IOftiv mlil I County: I : nnd itt s Ie.Titus I. The name of this Corporation all the officers l h.r."" provided for lHe his proclamation far the. Cluv, of Lokoaee, Florida, who onJuly
'Phone Its Residence 'Phone II 24th* ilny of I'.hrl..ry.. 1919.* shall W the UltYAM TIAUINl COMPANY shall be elected by the Board. of Director snid election and shall give public notice IS. 191?. mad. Entry

0.. Administered for Extraction of (CIIU'L'IT I'orilT *SKAL *. Until such oflc"r. to h. by lublahl'l "Bid'l.rocIllaton No. 015419. fur SK>4 lom".I..d 8.clnn I.Tow..hlp.3 ,
Teeth J. L OVKRSTRKKT: 2. Its prl.1. office .and place ofimualness elected at the Annual .. In I 1920. In five (' I..u. n.w. !, R.n.. 14 K, T.lnhl.
Clerk Circuit Court.IIKIUMK "hAi I. In the Town of KIsImmie shall be qualified, the business of the. IP"p'r. lubl..l.d In the City. the said Ilprldl.n. nl.d notice
\V. FOX ( Countv of Osceola. and corporation .hal be conducted by th. tI be Immediately prior than Commutation Proof to
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW Solicitor) for Complainant) I I IIi.. .State of Florida and Its liulness maybe following .. : to the date ofbsald election. of ballot establish claim to the land afvove described -
Section S. That the form
conducted In said town of Klsslnimee l'resil-iut-Eugene C. Bryan.VicePresident before Clerk Circuit Court. stKlaslmmei
\OTI4I3 01 DlltlNK.K IIKtKIXiTo Cltv. and .I..wh.r. In the Stat -A. H. Bryan. to he used at the follows election ah.1 be fla. on the 14th day of ,
of Florida and any oth.r State 01 Secretary ami Treasurer-N. C. Rry.I substantially a. : 1919.
lt.ch.
such other office,. "trl..1 I Hallot, Itu"I..lpal Bulkhead *
( through an. t names a. witnesses
Warinff Buildinc. i the owners and all p'rlo" Interested bran.he"'ounlr"1, agencies or otherwise ai I Board ( KUOKNE C. TRVAS J Iecton. .Ilar..h 1th. I". 191*." nrsnt Basil, of Kenansvllle. FlaH .
In the lands, corporate and other shall h,.. neoissiirv or convenient. I of ) A. H. Illalc. ) b"ror. the .H Guy, Hr., of Kenansvllle, Fla. '
,property In and adjacent to the Upper ARTICLE 2. I Directors:
& Pat Jotinston, O. P. Garrett St Johns I DralnaKe District : 1. The general I .ntu.e of the bunt.' 1 AnTltI.. 6. (J. C. Miller, of tokosee. FlaROUT. .
.a You.. and each of >'0". are herebv ness or businesses to h. transacted l>\ I. This Corl.oralon .hll adopt an I VOTK ONE. W. DAVIS. S..
JOHNSTON & CARRETTATTORNEYATLAW that Frank L. Bill.*. Ames A. 'Ol
Iotl. the said Company shall a* follow:: appropriate "I adopt It- 8-St. Register.AI'llVlS'lsllCToliO .
and Sidney O. Chase members For Hands for Bulkhead and fill-
.rl. nf-
of
To act as broker or attorneyIn Laws, for the I.
of the a".nt. Movprnm..nt log that portion of the lakefront
of Su
co""lluth'I B..rd ract for any person, firm or corp.retion not ..on.l.t.nt Its CHAi. 'OTlrN TO. CElL
Lake
f.lr. of ami
' ' *. Johns Tohopekallgn
Offlcst 10 11 and 12 Cltiieni Dub : : In pledicliiK and and the Laws of the StEAl. .
I Drainage District, have filed In the of- bu.ln. .elln" and personal TRR By-Laws may bamended the Improvement of certainstreets '!T'T' \
Building lice of the 'Clerk of the Circuit Courtlr dealing r.nl ..tat. 1"lorld. which therein lying within the
property or Its accessories.TO altered or repealed. In the of KUnlmmee. la C'oart ot {'o .d*... 0fa4e e .t :
the of limits of the
City
of :
County Brevard State
KUstrame. Fla. 1m.pro" .
Florida buy sell. mortgage, rent. manner provided In saul liyLawit.ARTICLE .1...., I'vnmtyv
a petition praying tliw said and acquire.:' 7.
.. exchange oth."IM" -
Court Bonds for and
for Against '
.
permlsion: deal In real property.improved '.. amount of Indebtedness Bulh..ad Jar, Kalt. nf .
To dispose of' and 1. The highest laket1st5front5 Hrlvraler
C.I oramend
filling portion
Plan I. n.
change th. th.t. th.
or Ulhnlro".j;.. ,to build towhich this corporation may att.a ,
of of the* Lake Tohopekallga and O.d
UppertSU'.JohnsI "
H.rlamlll"n i'. eoistruct4auid; .alt",1, : >y I ones, tlnxvjiubject Itself iih.ll i not ;' .tl , ,'" ,'"",'" '
I 1'' hOI""r&oth.r. | iJlha&os TOfL
\ JW(5'Ji
1".lnA,' rl..t\'wI'\.H9I thercoinj-Jlnil ,/OneMllundrcdJiThousnnd fjjlioo.fLWThen ) 'J ; Improvement "prt.II :'Notice' Is herehvj given to>)rall !la, hpm
nlCM" /
< !>> To I ,, lines blldl "ala"ell streets therein Ivlng'. .t the
.1'
" of the smdirnllro .al .n 000,00) .< I GDRSO FIIRD1ERSELLS I net so.Upper... to Include St. 'JohiisDrnlnuuagl t lieS followlng'di'j>ij ."elh..ra lt I 101"r"w" m1P"S.lfl'U' >\J:' l'. LllmltsjOf! ) ,the Cltyi..,> t"Kluslmmee! *' of thev' Ksta'e'vioii Syl.'estcr5.JIJtp.edDceeaspq3t.wIlion .
any mVssVndVresldTncesSof ft lie I'I'- I
scribed landa"' In said Stnt.'or" Florida !ITo"u"d.rt"k. and Ca r ron' ,,. I !f8ectlon'ff4/'Should: \ ' the
"" Issuance of
to-wlt : bu"ln.... tra".a..lon; or operation ."bMc.lhln. Incorporators. ._ ', lo"thpr Ih."l ', th day of March A. D i9lapplyta
bycontractors nl.l 0' said Bonds be authorized by the required ,
!a Rmard ('*suat. common > 'und.rtal..n or carried on altO am..ncIIU"O OIUCK Cu.- of the-elec the Honorable T. Is!. Mi'rphjr. County
All of Sections 7. ". V, Iii, IB( l4. IT. capitalists, financier and I>crlb d-bv .each lire as follow! vote of to two-thirds vote In a Municipalllond 1 I Judge II and for said C >..ltY. at his
I II. I Ii. 20. 21. and 22. Went"Half ofSection Kenerally to Institute enter Into carryon Subscribed by each Incorporator per- tore qualified election under the General Statutes ,"rur. Klsslmmee In .' County
28 Went Half of Section SO: assist promote or to participate Infinancial. tonallY: of or Florida aforesaid 1 nt 10 o'clock a. m.,* or ., anon thercnftr -
Al of *Section 27. 28. 29. 30. SI, 32. and commercial mercantile Industrial Name Address Shares of the State Bonds shall be I. Issuedaccording I ns the matter. can be heard for authority -
; In Townihlp, S. RanKf 34 !-:. and other 'businesses, works, KuKene P. Bryan Klsslmmeii. Fla.. 2 then said the I to sell, at puMlfi or private
Fire Life Accident and Al of Sections 5 2, 6. 8. 9, and 10: Went contract*. undertakings and opera. N.lhan' C. Hrjan, KI"lmm.e. Fbi 4Angle to such law and C.uncl :sale, the 'following described real estate. .
of M'rUOI 11.; Went Half of Ser- tlon*. to obtain and acquire by pur I. Bryan Klsalmmee FIn 4 snail h.ror.for the I."ulnc.retirement of said . In said County. lo.wl:
I; I Rectloim 15. 16, 21. 12. chase or otherwise, concessions ordinance Lots I. 2, I and 4, S35 In the
lon
Health Plate Glass. Liability 2. 86. 26 27, Iii 34. 36, and It, patents privileges, exclusive ... STATE OF FLORIDA ) llond at maturity and for .the pay. Town of St. Cloud. Florida. Also Lots
enut of the St. John River of Section wise. authorities, U nO en a k i n rhrht.1 :5.: inent of Interest upon. lame.l'A"'d this 12th 3, 14. 19 and SO In Section 21, Township
7. 17, 20. 20 and 33; In Township businesses. or any rlitht. option COUNTY OF OSCEOLA ) In open A. 191A 26. Range 20. Which application will
and Boiler Insurance. 22 S. Itange 34 K. tract In relation Ih.r.to. and 4&y of February,F. 1.. LAWSON. based upon the petition for such
.
Al| of Section I 19 30. and 8: In form and fulfill the t.rm. and conditions TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of the Council of the City oftSi'AL ".1. now on file In said Court.
Township 22 S, Ranite 35 K. Ih.r..or. and to carry the same ,I FIB IT KNOWN. That h..ror. me. the 1'renldent Dated February 1, A. I'). 1919*
Legal Bonds Executed Al of Township 23 8. Kanite E lying Into effect and operate(' thereunder develop undersigned Notary Public In and I for ,.) KlsilmmeeJ 'A. E. DROUGHT.
"; of the St. Johns Illver. and turn to account maintain or the State of Florida. having a seal and /d OILBKRT.Kissimmec.ADorimved 8 (I Administrator.
.. South Ial of Section B : All of Sections and dispose of. and deal with the duly authorized under the laws of said of _
Same Day Needed. ft. 17. 18. 19, 20. 29. 30. 31, ..el.... State to administer oath and take ac this 12th day ot F.brulry. ftOTICK OF APPLICATION FOR TAT
anil 92: In Towimhlp. 23 S. Rang 35 I.:. To carry on the "general biiHlne of .. this day personally A. l>. 1919. I>KKD.
All of Section 6 IMnirVeit of till contracting and In all knowl.do.m.nt. C. Hryan-. H. Itry- JOHN 8. CADEr
.trurl.1 .
Hunt of way of the Florida Kast Count branches. .To hultd. promote an appeared and N. C."Hrynn. to me known and Mayor, of the CIt)' NnTIt Ii.hereby given that AlfredH.

OFFICE Stat Bank Building Hallway. All of Section 7 lying Went I construct, proIde I acquire repair known to me to lie the IndlvldualJ de- purchaser of Tax Certificate
: ,I' of the rlitht of way of the Florida Mast i equip, cary out m"lltAln. develop tinfprove scrlhed In and who .x..ut.d 'or.- .t I."O..IO%. No. 367. dated the 4th day of November -
Conit Railwav. Al'or Section K IUKWent manage control taka going proposed charter, ", upon A. I). HiI: Certificate No. S3. dated
of the )' of the Florida -. or ".o..r.I.sell, lease. let. Itcenso to until, acknowledged each. for himself T, J. S. Cadel. Mayor of the ntd Cltvof the 7th July A. D. 1902. and
Kast Coiisl Railway; All of Sections use, work and dispose. of water gas, thut ho executedthe for.Koln" pruposd KISHlnimee, florlda. do hereby pro- (I'.rll"Bt. No. 40, dated the Ath day of
II), 30, and 31: In Township. 34 ,'I'ctrl. and Ico plant and work tunnels .. charter freely 'oluntlrlY. for l'IBln'and, declare that n special bond ,, ). I9A3, has filed said cert -
South. Ranwe 36* Kast.I .. docks wharves, ..." nld rates In office, and has made
brld" \'lndu.t. the use and pUMioses th.r'I" elettlon by the electors of my
J. W. THOMPSON I- All of .. 3D nnd 11. Township .x.r. elI "Pil.
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% .lon. II pier, way r..r".lr. aqueducts iiuallfled I to vote In a bond elerrlon ration for (lax deed to le.u. In
25 Itall(" 3A Mam.All wnt.r rOle" courses canulx. h!draull<' edIN WITNKSS WHKRKOF I have der the Laws of Flnrldn. will he held dance with law Snld certificates embrace -
of 26 and 36: In Town- factories warehouses mills, rnx' hand and official seal of the described
1..ton. works hereunto set tit the Council Chnrnher In the" City ""o.lnO property
'FunerireC.tor chip 25 10uth. lanle 35 Hunt.All and other \vorks or .on.nl.n""M. and nt Klsstmmee, In suld State and County Klsslmmee, durIng the rcguliir hour situated In county, Florida to-
of n,1 12 In Township
26 South. "Manure 3.1 Kast.; to that end to buy own a.,1 dl.polot on this the 19th day of February, A. J. nf "olnl. on the 16th day of March A. wit :
real estate. of contractinti The Northwest quarter of the Southeast
I>. the question
All of Sections 7. 18. and 10 VVetI 191.IN.
6. : To carry 01 any or all businesses as P. SKAL) RHRA PlF.Hlf0. n loan of NINRTY-HKVKJ TIIO1'KAND quarter fNWVJ:: of BF Vi) of Section
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245t< II of X.
Half I of Section
.AND : 1'I..tonM manufacture producers merchants. N.>tar\- I'ub\r. . K1VIIIUNDRKD: I DOLLARS. In 9, Township 25 South Range 28
3.3 .anil 3<1 34.Hunt.Kast : In. TuwI..hlp wholesale and retail Importers. andexpOrterS. 'I My .." Sopt 7. 1922 the form of nint tv-neven bonds for the Knst.
Itanite without limitation 10-41 The snld. lands assessed the
generally
HaIr of Section I : F.nut Half ofi4'ein urn of ONE TIIVS.\NI I IxiLLAItffach b..lnl at
the class of product and ofVIVK date of Issuance certificates In
EMBALMER Half ae to and onto h.n" Ih. sum
LICENSED 12: all of Section I 13Kast:
or .Section* 14.: North Half of merchandise. and to manufacture, t'l'lI95' l'\K<:ITOIl.tKor I 11NlR.\miLt 1(5, nnd to. the name of t'nknown. Alice Oreer and
23.: In Township 27 South H'lnn du.p. .adapt pr'par. buy. .('I ..ne pro'j : "'1..1 1..I..1 liledite thO .r'dlt and proJ..rt) J. M. and J. T. Ray. Unless said cer.
.. deal In tlflcates shall be
.rwl. any mat.rlal. of the city for the redemption rede..m.d accorolll
Store and Chapel Stewart AT. F.astSouthwest quarter of Section 19: nil or (" required In ronl..elon wlh Court of (ouatr-Judice. t'fBuaty ofOsceola. bonds the proceeds from the sal.. of to law, tax deed will Issue .. on
a
.. of Section 30 and 31 : In Township 27 the Incidental to "" Mate of Klorlda. fluid bonds to b. expended In Itulk- the 4th day of March A. I). 1919.CIRCUIT .
Klsstmm Fla. and production. and Improving that ( COURT 8KAL)
South, RanK 37 a..t. h.adlnaIIIII
All of Sections 6. 7. 18, 19, 2<>, 30. SI. To do a general business a* Commission I In re Katate of James W. lilly.NotIce . I.nk. front of. Lal. To- J L. OVKRSTRKKT.Clerk .
32. 33. 34 : In Township 28 South.Range Merchant selllnK aKent and factor I.. hexebv given, I( 1 whom opekallKn, And certain .. Circuit Cobrt Osceola v.Vlo.lda. .
I
ano under del commission In of Klsslmmen. 7- It.NOTIfK
B..t. rr..d.r. the day l.ilasr within the city limits I
concern
M. TILLER All of Section 19 30 and .31 : InTo..n..hlp the manner and to the same .xt..nt a. :iff It July may, A i D. 1919. ''i lr.ttoHonorabl. ; the .
29 South. Range 3ft Kast. natural person could do. T. -M. Jud"e said Said Bond to be Issued upon the TO (1.UITOnl
All of Section 6 and 7 : All north 'of To plant I.ow. and. cultivate tobac. Judge of Prohat. m)' final terms and In the manner a* set forth
Real Estate I 1 Flemmlna ((rant of Section 18 and of co, oranges, ..n. coffee cotton, discharge n* Executrix of the estate In Resolution. of the Council of the I. Court of fce Coiiatr Judge. Oaceeld
1. Section 19: In Township 30( South citrus fruits aad all kinds. of frultH of James W. Llll deceased. ; and that City of Klsslmmee on February 12th ('o..t Stale of Florida.
.. ...fltttflflflatflflttt llanee 38 [:a.t.A and veKeta1' es: to carry on the business at the .. time !h-tn Ill present my. final 1919. copy nf which Is her.to attached !. .Estate of Joaa A. .u..lw..l.
of Hectlona I. 2. 3. 4. 9. I/), II.I 12. of mIring and quarn'lnl of marble accounts.1.as Executrix of aid .."t.t. and published.The .
Realty bought and sokL 14. 15. 16, 21,.12h 23. 24, 25. 26, 27. stone mineral to cut and ask for their approval." following qualified vot"r are To .1 'Creditor. Legatees. nistrlhn"
: ; 29 timber and to d< al In lumber;: and tn and nil Persons having
2H. 33. 34. 35 : ; Township ; 17th A. D 1919. hereby oppolnted to serve orf'r.r t. CI.I"I.
House rented. South Kanire 35 East buy. sell. Import export, and !.n..rllv I 1..1.0 .February ALICK WILDER. of raid Special Bond Election: or Demands against said Estate
2, 3. and 4 Easthalf deal In lumber and all of '. You and each of hereby n< .
Taxes paid and Title verified All- of Section I. : th. amo6mo. Executrix.PROCLAMATION J. M Wlllson. Jr, H. Stanford you, am
of Section 9.; All of H..ton 10. fruits. veKetablea. marble stone, minerals H N. Bratton and K I). Kate tn..d And' required to prevent art'
for non-resident II. 12. 13. 14' and 15: East I Sec. metal and timber to establish.operate IN W'TNaHVH" Rgo.. I have and demands which you. <'r
loi 21; ,\1 of Section* 24, 25. 26. and conduct hotels stored.packlnKhouse h.r.unl. hAi" of the either of you. may have against the
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance. and 3 ; In Township 30 South.Hange *. warehouses and sawmills Klsslmmee. 11..ld. sad caused estate of John A. BI/ckwel. decene.-d,
35 Bast ; to-enicaKe generally In the business ely corporate seal .10 city to be late of Osceola to the
All of unsurveved Township 30 of planter; to deal In, buy. sell. I hereto affixed and the Sam attested undersigned administratrix of snld estate
Indemnity Bond South Itanxe 36 ">/lt.I. acquire, lease, sub-let fram-let and Of Special Municipal lload Kleetloa. bv the City (I.rl. this 13th day of within two yuari from the date
(it.... Conatr.All mortgage real estate and to plant improve -' February, A. hereof. S
of R'rlon. 1. 2, 3, 11. 12. U. 14,. and develop the same by the I t'nder and by virtue of authority fSEAL) J. 8 Cr I.., Dated January 14th, A. D 1919MAItUMlKT
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24. and ; N.rlh Half of Section 10 ;; erection of house or buildings thj-rf- vested In me by the folowln" Resolution Attewt:. Mayor of Klsslmmee.J L BLACKWELL
East Hal of f..III' 2: Fast Half ot on. and to do sifch other lawful a"ll of the e".ncl of ciy of KIs- R. < nh."Y: 5.9t Administratrix.Kt .
.
.. ; In 21 H, H.nl' therein a. may Ito needful or doslrahlc ..llnm.e. CI.rk of City .
33 B In and about the said Improvement or >' OF AIIMIX1STHATOHfor
of Sections 18. 19 30 and 31 ; thereof to hold real '
.1 Al development : .10 A HK M TIO\ ..
A ltFstOI.tTiO. KlaalIB Ii.bsrc ) .
part of Sections 7. 17, 2u. 29, ,. estate, and to own the ".m. by pur (
FRESH FISHAND and 33, lying West of the Kt .1.bnM chase. Klft. or otherwise: to bulM, I .
Issuance for the Issuance I. {.. .f ..t ...d... It.t. ..rFiori.
River; In Township 22 *f. Range 34 K. maintain or acquire boats or Vessels A Resolution Provldln" for. the.. of A n..ol\ton Trovldln. ... .. of .t ( ,
Section 1. inTownship
North East Quarter ; for the dispatch and convenience of by the ..
23 5. RanKe 33 K. any of the businesses aforesaid HONHH for the purpose of ral"ln" Bonds for the purpose of raising
All of Fractional Section 4. 5. R. 27, To buy. sell, breed, raise. Import. el- Funds for the use of said Funds for the use ot said City, said Estate nt JaaMa. W. Preatla.
32,33 and 34 ; All of Sections 8. 9. 10,, port. deal and trade In and livestock Funds to be used for the constructionof Funds to "be used for the constructionof O.e.ela (...
11, 14, IS. la, 21. 22 28 and 2ft; Ea.1u.lr of all kinds and rall. on a a Bulkhead and Fill along that port a Bulkhead and Fill along that por>- Notice Is hereby given all whomIt
OYSTERSSIMON of Fractional H.rUon :: East Hal general live stock and agricultural of Lake Tohopekallga l lying with ton of Lake. Tohopekallga lying with may concern, that on the 10th day
of Section 17! Knst Half flection :: business. ton th. City limits of the City of Klsslmmee th. CI).Imi. of the City of KIsImmee of Anll A. D. 1919 I shall apply to-
Section 81 of the of the T. M. Msrphy. Judge of
Rsf Half of Fractional :; To operate, run and manage a and for the Improvement Improvement
own
.1 that part of 8..cCon. 1. 2, 3, 12 IH, factory and to own real. estate certain street certain streets lying within the filled said Court, as Judge of Probate for
24, 26 and 26. 1)'ln""...l of the StJohns cnnnlnK, buildings, structures and all theneoessaxy area, and for the nUb r.I.'oh"I the area and for the submission of the final discharge a. Administratrix of
S River; In 23 B. flangl machinery and appliancesfor question of such .. .. ) question of such Issuance of BONDS the estate of Jam.V.. Prentls deceased -
MARTIN canning to an election by the qualified electors, to an .I..ton of the qualified electorsof : and that at the same tm. twill
1 and a
'oper.tlnt to said court my p
runnln" present
to
K.Cold the' cannlnKand nf the city pursuant to Section 1061 the Sections 106
of
Phone 313 CHUM Grip and taflueau fattory preserving. fruit purpose and vegetables of any and 1062 of the Ueneral. Statutes of the, and 1062 of the Oeneral . counts. and as ask Administratrix 4or said es
ate
(
Acts app.oyal
and kinds, and all sorts of State of Florida of 190*. the State of Plo.ld. Ioe. th..li .
LAXATIVE BXOUO QUININE Tab mnovt lbs al grove orchard. Held and produe.or sard.n; WHRRKAS: It Is the Intention ol Section t. the I.uane. V.t.d September MART ,3.A 111

I: CSOM There Is one. "B QnIcs.E. .* and to own and hold by lease or otherwise the City Councllof lbs City of Kl.slrnmee of BONDR aggregating the o--tn.r-J-mo. P"PNTI!
_.__ .I fruit lands under the provision of of ,. be authorised by the I DlltraUsI
n.. "- _- ---7.- .W.GROVES ro oo t J ra.mlnl lands, citrus Ciaplu UT,6.OI I
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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1919 ,. ,

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l''J : Announcing the Arrival of Our New Spring Shoes and Silks I );





. i Dark .Brown-Lace, Oxfords! low he I' $3,98 Patent, Leather Late "Oxfords, high heel 450. Heavy "Grade" ; 'Blk Taffeta Silk, 40 in. wide, yd $ 1.9 8.| :,



I Dark Brown Lace Oxfords, high heel 4,50 While Canvas Lace Oxfords -. 2,98 White Wash Sateen l ; Just the thing for nTaking ]



$2,25 skirts per yard. 1.98 "
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Will Sell Shoes NEWS AM n NOTES. I FROM( 1 ST. CMUI THE "WONDER CITIn \". ,
Located Kissin1n1ee'SB.US'IEST
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I CORFERVUDOR .

I I Tuesday the 20th, the New for Tampa and Hommosassa before
Cash
Only For land Society held their annual EnJ/"j returning to Pittsburgh P:).
at Fish Lake. As the day ;was The Ladies! Improvement Club held
about fifty were pte i
.. I in the St. Cloud Hotel largi' ."
. lent pro ra1\! ..was enjoyed \ery one a :
..- piesent taking( part in it. 'Music wan I' crowd being present. Music by tin An ordinary porch can be changed in a few minutes to a cozy
the Drum Corp Misses high school] Gleej'Club: short remark;:
this date furnished by
Thiis to notify my friends and customers that after liurrh Stevenson and (Currier violins, by :Mrs.! Hendrix and :Mrs Sims: so'.oists : I Sleeping; Porch witheiy small cost by (he use ,of :the new Vudor

no ilioes will be charged to any oneunder_ any circumstances. | nnd Mr. Dingle accordion A fining' I i were Capt. Nason Mr. Keiatei I Shades: There: newly designed, shades insure complete privacy and
vote of thanks was given to :Mr:\ Will and Mrs. Conn; various books wen
Itatber for a large basket of lovely presented; duet by :Mrs.: Kei.;ter and perfect ventila ion,. (\Ve ha\e free literature explaining! it ,all Let
The government has fixed the price of SHOES for all grades CI'nn'ehjch! :'! : he sent over. The committed 11 Mrs.I ('onn. Delicious punch wa, I us hand you s.omej ." '
had l worked I hard,I to make !it t ,served and the evening thorough!: .
them ,
and the profit will\ now be loo sm'all.to permit selling on charge
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) success, and that it was so was evident . enjoyed by alprf.'sent.\ j .
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accounts. by the fact that they want :Mrs. Keel Mrs. Gilbert Smith. Mrs
other a't an early date. ul1..I Price. 'Mrs. Riley :Mrs. E. 1) :Smit';; -
liertha Eddy, of Waukon. : and .MlnsArnold:: motored, to( Orlandion SHINING THINGS
:Miss
Our Slock, however will be kepi fully up lo'the'usual standard > Sunday to attend the Chri-tlai
has !
who an groveand
Wia., but oranKe;
Our Alurninum Cooking Utensils shine like
Handa! mirrors
Science lecture given by John are easy lo
Shoes home at Mt. Porn motored
and we will continue to handle a full line of the test quality winter member of the lecture board of: :
1 over on Monday to visit her friend,, )Dunn dan! and are durable. \Ve h'a\e Aluminum Tea Kettles cast in one

for Men Women- and Children and solicit your continued patronage. :Mm.panied: I E.by D.:Miss:\ French.Rped. She Mrs.was Edd decom-I the ton. Fiist This Church]lecture of was Science very Interesting of Una. I piece and seamless. They are very prci'y, and will!! g \e tone to any

to visit Irl.! ]French at her home '. and attended by a larore audience, kitchen ;. and besides they will last from one generation to ano'. .e;. .
St. Cloud :II inn, \' 111'1 i I

Mr. Anson! McOill who.has been on I iI I THE DROUGHT RESIDENCE .

H. C. S TANFORD CO. a tri|> to the north in the interest of I ENTERED AND RANSACKED I
the Makinson! Hardware C'-o., returnedto I The North Side of Us
St. Cloud :Monday: nigM.Mr. I The residence of A. E. Drought( just

::\ Cram left on Wednesday for ; across the lake on the rood to St, The north si: Deer Paik where he will woik on the I Cloud, which was burglarized som I
vats. 'months ago was entered again recently about to describe the many altwctioSis of this department, but ha'.e

1 A crowd of SI. Cloud .young people j I and ransacked from bottom tfl decided instead. lo invite all our patrons to walk through its aisles and
: week-end I canipinJat Alligator top.
the
: spent Entrance to the building was gained lersurely inspect our entire Furniture display. You will be interested.
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I Mrs. !Mabel Bracey and Mrs. Cath- by tearing away 'the: screens to th<-
Icart visited Tampa, St. Petersburg. kitchen windows and :Mr.: Drought. ,
: and! Pass-a-Grille last week return'ing states that valuable cabinets wer
': by way of Lakeland and Winter hurtecol! \ >(>n and. papers scattered GASHUM AND SUSETTE:
: Haven.t over the floor; also that many artlc ell :
t ':Mrs. E. IX French spent Tuesday of value were. stolen and carrlscaway. "The roof of my mouth is all sun burned," said Susette yesterday. "

R. S. FLOYD'G'ro'ceries 'with friends at Ashton. s.j I' "Nonsense 1" said Gashum, "how could such a' thing happen?"
j ;Mr. and Mrs. E. L,. :Miner: who have I Mr. Drought' and his family havc.been
been gpf.'ndinJthe winter here, left on I ,
.Saturday for their .home at Sabetha, time, leaving their home closed! and came lo Kissimmee live other day."
;i Kansas. coming over occasionally for the .....
I !Mr. Cram has installed nn ice wpe'<-er.d. He is justly incensed a' I
jcieam refrigerator at the "Badger" this outrage; and will leave no. tone
I II restaurant, .and ,it i fa quite a success.Mr. unturned to locate and punish th '

and J. W. Francher wag a business guilty parties.
caller at Kisaimmee Wednesday /
Subscribe for the Valley Gazette, Har
business Osceola
Uncle Josh Ferguson was a wareG.ga
: caller at Kissimmee on Wednesday. .
Li(>ut .J h.\.l\loIi.11\ uffman- wl's\fa\ i.StJ ,
Cloud J visitors on?Saturday lastjffandwill.return )

to the hospital.attMcPherl - --- . __ _
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son 01. Lieutlll uffman''wRsTwound .
ed'whileMn*France?in'thel lefU knee. //r, r.--"...
and may have to have an operation. RIU! the apportionment ofthi Thriving Farmers
Rev. and Mrs. Hertzgox of Hiram wvcrnl fumlH for which trixebe
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Ohio where Mrs. Hertzgoz Is connected OK O. ..tTNTYFUXI i
with the College! who have > . .. are those who bought their

Phone 176 302 Broadway i been spending! some time at\\ Daytona Novemhci( rnernlTo Int. 1118 I farms in likely places Wo
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will spend; the week-end here. :Mr.Hertzgoz amount nuncftn-il J2r, .. 3: is an uncle of Mrs. L. U. Amount rollectrd un' 3i"i! Blnaliinre have plenty of such on our .

{ Zimmerman. Mr. Hertzgoz\ is a to hp roll.-rK-l. . ._.....U:. 0') ..2CuiinO II books today, in most desirable
Christian minister and will preach in
Ih.a ;a; I the Christian church next Sunday To nmount. BHH.-HH.-I! . _____*t ".2''; niMnount I localities and the ]lands
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-:,<-> +: :"..<..:-<-:-:.:.<..:-:--:-:-<-.x-.x+Oo morning and evening. llnlnlict- tn i ullectt lie colli-i't. il _- .. _$16,15 2.251.2'1 1Plnr are fertile and ,{ch. start a
Little Elizabeth Jacobs had the .
and I'orfrlturr -
misfortune this week to fall and break To fuilount HHniM- riillcctfil _ . . Tit1'' PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH her arm. Amount country : ....

Sunday School 10 o'clock a. m. 0:45: a. m., Sunday School. 'J. I. Mrs. .A. M. Ash is quite ill at this nulan.'.' t.. I". "..II..d...1 ____... ro2 'J I today are the farmers- f
writing.Mr. 1'"lh.It,
Treachinfr 11 o'clock a. m. and 7:30p. Ovcrgtreet a perinten ent. F. Shannon and <> amount "uxncKoed$2 1..1. rill( 1 and Mrs.
m. 11:00: a. n\., preashing by the pan-", daughter, :Mrs. Long, who are spending Amount rulli'cted .,- .. .___. S'10) 27 \ can sell you a big' or little ..

Prayer meetinj* Wednesday. 7:30.: tor. Subject, "Laying up Treasure. the winter here went to Tampa Balance. lo Jm coll.-etiM __.. $2.ai'. ),SI farm at a reasonable price
This church is entering upon the 2:00: p. in., Junior Kpworth league. I..n..rnl "..b..nl
"Victory Drive" under the uuspiccs (II:SO p. m., Senior Kpworth League. ,Wednesday for a few days.Mr. who To nmount nB"(*"8ed _. ... ..... $3fl.l" lo or a splendid orange grove.BREAKER. .
: and Mrs. L. D. Mereness, .
.collected .. __. (,231\ .9)
of the New Era Movementt Kvery: 7:30 p. m., preaching by the pas have. been guests at the. Hotel St. 'mullnl '''U REALTY COMPANY

member and friend should get into tor. .Subject, esus Observing the Cloud this winter left on Monday for nnlancc to ln> colli-ototl ___ __131.0 7 Alnl
this movement. Treasuic.' .. "i-ho..I Hint. No. 1
KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
W. B. ,W1THEUSPOON, Pastor. You are cordially invited to attend.R. New Smyrna, before returning and\other to points their of home interest To nmiiunt eullvrted>nsneHsed_uu.n.n. .. .___.._-13.01074Amount 81911flnlancp ; ,

I F...'.HOUNETT Pastor. at Sharon Springs N. V.Mr. .
A want ad. in the ,
Valley Gazette a
to ho ,011..1."u.n.291 - --
has .
: Miller who passed a pleasant -bool Itlnt. No. 3
Hull
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will :rent your spare rooms. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. winter here, left on W..cn..lav! To [i in mint nHHOHHeil ._._ _ _. _--J3t4 4"moiliit 4"> .<"XWXX'XK'4"0 8-X-** +:- -- -. .\ oolli'ctod . u __ ... __ 301rtnlnnrr \ ->

lo l hp oollefti-d __ ._.. __I35S.71Snl .
HcBool Uillt. Mo*. 3 Have Your Plowing Done'With
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To nmount iiBm-BBed __ __ ___.$2.69 4' ;
Amount ntllected _.__ h_'...__ 4778rtalancc

lo lie rollorted__ __ $2,54177
Out, Mrknol ll-t. No. STi Moline Tractor
.. > Amount AkitL'Hfind ____$A7.2mount a ,
.. .\ collected ____n.u._._____.u_ 21.50
Amount to -he collected, _______.$..5.69lah
Mrkool I>l... No. OTo
amount a.Mie8Hed ________I12R.K1 We are prepared to do all kinds of plow- :
Amount collected ___u_1..i..___ 9 1Bnlance

Those Not Wealthy tn be "01l."tpdn1115.43 ing and discing for the public with a
iprrlnl Itoad l>l".. No. ITo
amount asnenaed 1 .. _.__112.12211
Amount collected ____.nun 53') 91 Universal Moline Tractor

Balance. to he collected h____tl1.B91.74
are just as welcome lo enjoy Nprrlal It..d IU.. N... 2 .
Tr amount RHneRiad nuu.329.61\472\ PHONE .
the benefits of this Institution as people of large means. Amount collected, nnu__, '.728.9.

Balance Mprrlal to h..Itoad coll."t..32..875.75 IHntrlet N.. S Mach Bros or W. H. Wilson
To those who desire lo open a modest checking account invest To amount antienaed ___ ___ $E,151 62
Amount collected _______u___ 71.9H
money join some business enterprise establish a special fund, or have
Balance. to he. coll."ted uU.079.6. H 0 0 0 0 0 OM"UOtO.HO H+HOOH M-o.+) H Ho !
any financial matter whatever they would like lo consult with us about Amount"'ABBeased...k KradlratloaTo __nUO,244 32

.___ _ 801.03 .
Amount collected -- --
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are invited lo confer with the officers of this Institution freely.
of via
term one year : A Tonic
Balance. to be "01l."t..d39.0.3.Z11 One Mayor. Laxative
( Hard ".rf.c Road One Clerk. that will remove the bile from the Llrer aodcleanee
The rate of;f interest paid both 'large and small To amount. asneniied. ._$36DBS.10 One Manhal and Tax Collector. the Svuem THOROUGHLY without trlpin
tame on accounts Amount collected, ___________ 4.243.49 One Treasurer ow filatmbiDC the stomach U trait Perfect Lax-

; in 'our Savings Department.Citizens Balance to l>e 1011.tedu.UI.6st.n Also to serve for the term of two live.,
l atd December lit. A. I>, 1918 year: Three member of the City LAX-F05 WITH PEPSIN
;J. L. OVKR8TRBKT. Council, and for the term of one year
member of the Council.I U the of Reliable
Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola. County. one City aam aDd Perfect Laxative
Florida.MAVOIC. hereby appoint A. E. Thomas. H.: which soon relieve sick Headache, Dlzzlneea,lodlgettion. -
N. Brattan. B. U. Van A new, Hi In- .Stomach Trouble. Gaa and Plleeeauaed
BankYS.S. PItO('.."""TION. pector and ;J M. Wlllaon Jr.; as by a Torpid Liver and Cooetlpatton. Always BM a
Clerk of said Election. Reliable LauUve lo the treatment of Cold.Gdp
In witness whereof I have hereuntoset
ft mtlCIOFTIICLICI Under and by the power vented In aad IAJIdftDU.
I. ;J. H. (Cadel Mayor of the City ofKUclmmea my hand as Mayor of said City
me LAX-roS WTTB PEPSIN U
a Uquld DUaadn
and caused th seal of said City tn be
\WJISAVINOSSTAJ4PSUED Florida do hereby announce Tonlo Laxative axcelleot la Its ellect the
hereunto afflxed this 28th day of February on
OF KISSIMMEE, BY THB proclaim and declare that an A. D. 1919.(8EA.L System, both a* a toolo and as .laxatlre. It ls
election will ha held at the City Hall.In .. ,
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UNITED STATESOOVEKHMENT ( ) ;JOHN 8. CADEL, Jual .1IOt> The .bank with taxability and willingto w voting Mid, City on Saturday during. ,the the letcal 3Sth hour day of of Mayor of the City of Kissimmee Fla.Attest. to Made tak.. nd CbUdrea recommended Ilk. It. to IOc.the-pabllfl by Paris .....
March A. D. 1919. for the purpnie of i iJ. \ I MedlclAe Co.I.8t. Loul.. Wo.. lILUIuracwof iKGtova'sT..techU1T8CIJc. .
r I /.eu SERVE, Fleeting the following officer for the R. GILBERT, City Clerk. -y- .

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