Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: March 7, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00897
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'a On Monday at the l'egular'meetmg, -< :7 I' .. .::1 .', ., .' Judge T. M-:- Murphy'; convened

the attention of the Board of Courty . ',;;/, ,," l' \ County Court on Monday morning.

Commissioners; were mainly taken up -. ' ,.- 't ,'.. ' .4; d,'"I'J\' : ';" ''Ii ,_' : ' and disposed of the following tHe :
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with the road and ditch matters, and > .I ,'I "'" ;\I..V'J'" ,,' ,,1 \ '. '", Civil. ?
the! appointment of cattle inspectors : ,''f'\ :'' ,i."" /" MKati, vi, W. S. Pearce. u lump-\\
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the 'different where cattle .
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over d sit damages $500.00; verdict for
I are .tIJ be dipped'Under the compulsory I''i"f' plaintiff, $V'.51.! : .

.. dipping law. Alice Lanier Kilputrick, vs. James

A petition was presented by How ,' ,. A. O'Berry; assumpsit damages,
ard Katz, signed by a number of !''iaj ,,,y YMy'o 4n H! /Si'hi(4 50000. Continued.
stockgrowers. and citrus growers to Livingston & Tyson, vs. C. B. Han
keep County Agent M. M. Javens irj sell Case referred to Referee.
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the employ of the county. C. K. Mc- ( ;--.... .W. H. Baker Linen Co., vs. ArthurE.

Quarrie, U. S. state agent at .Gaines Uonegan. Referred to the court
v ill e.- was also present and urged the for a decision.U. .
board not to dispense with Mr. Jav- S. Grant vs. L. J,' Jones; reple-
cni' services. Later on, the board vin, $500.00. Verdict for pia ntiff.
considered: the matter and decided to Criminal.

grant the petition. State vs. A. B. Peavy'and James
A. S. Nelson representingClar1'! Shelbee; aggravated all aut.: Case
Howell appeared J before the board ... continued on account of State witness
-anj requested that a ditch be cut ', .r' .j being too ill to attend.
from Main street east through, the \ ." "',,," / ,'."'. ', \ .",. State, vs. A. B. Peavy an Keen Addition .to the mill slough in ',' Shelbee; illegally transporting liquoron

. order to relieve Mr. Howell and other V ',' .. state highway. Continued on account -
. property holders from the present of State witness being too. ill
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overflowed condition of their lands. to attend,
Road Superintendent L. R. Former State, vs. Tom Simpkins; posses
was: of the opinion that the ditch f sion of alcoholic beverages. Defend .
should be cut from Stevens corner to ant waived arraignment and pleadnot
the stoekpens and Under the railroadto guilty. Verdict of guilty. Sentenced -
the mill slough and asked that to six months in jail.
the members! of the board view the location State vs. 1). G. McKay; doing business -
with him after the dinner hour, without a license. Defendant

which was agreed l upon. _. _... 4toi -. waived arrangement and plead not
S. J. Kntrikin brought up the question - '-. : ;,'or.--. _-. .- -- .. :: guilty. No verdict on account of disagreement -
; of the upkeep of the bridges l on : of jury. .

the asphalt road east of St. Cloud :.:...: .. -.' , (,-- State vs. II. G. Siever; doing( bus-! (
during the construction ofthe road. ----.--- I /' ness without a license. Defendant l
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Attorney Pat Johnston's opinion was I __' ---.=-- 1 ( ,- waived arraignment and plead guilty.
that :the county should notify the con ---- II \ (. .> / '. Sentenced to pay a fine of $1.00 and
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tractors to keep the bridges in. a passable J I ', /y1 / 1.0stl.
! condition during the work und 1. \1 4 ./ .---. .__ State vs. John Bailey; doing busi-
that as each section of the road was I ; \ \ / ., ness without a proper license. Con-
taken over the bridges should be in f I J." ," < -- -' tinued.
keeping with the rest of the work. I. ; .'/ '.';I! I .,.... '.,_ -- State vs. Geo. W. Briggs; doing
P. G. Kckerman. resident state engineer L i' 1- /I' J to C u t' ,. -.......... business without a proper license.

on, the asphalt!' road, who was : j. "'" I) 0 ,., ... '" ....' Defendant waived arraignment and
piesfnt, stated that if any of the .\ ,.. .;/ 0 F" C' '. "- plead guilty. Sentenced. to pay a: fine
bridges had been broken down from oJ' '. of $1.OQ and costs

heavy work, it .was the contractor's I ,
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business! to repair them immediately ROY GRAVES

but if broken down from ordinary LAKE FRONT DEVELOPMENT; DRILLS H. S. CADETSW.
traffic they should be put in proper rl-I ::

shape and the bill sent to the county. C. Bass, chairman; with W. R.
He said that it was! the policy of the Godwin, of St. Cloud and W. R. La-
.L State highway1)epartment to put In I nier Campbell Station, were all
concrete bridges only. VOTE FOR BULKHEAD BONDS AND MAKE KISSIMMEE GROWJust in their customary chairs at the reg-
S. L. Luofer, called I .attention of the ular March meeting of the County
board t to the presence of several 7111 I - - - -- - - - Board of Public Instruction, at Supt.

ton' trucks! which were testing out one week from tomorrow the of property once the bulkhead becomes store for it, will wait the returns I I The bulkhead movement\ has the Yowell's office at the rourt house,
tires the brick and dirt roads of
the\ on and asked if tile bulkhead question will come before I an assured fact, would bemany' 'Saturday. In fact many have already 'support of the Board of Trade, an though the session was a brief one
practil.'eIC'Pld
county. 1 ',and little other than the routine business
times than increase
: greater the expressed their intention of organization of hundredof
not, be.stopped in view of the :the qualified voters of thiscity for nearly one
lin( taxation, so the bulkhead would purchasing here in case the bulkhead Kissimmee's most'prominent and was discussed. ,
[ |the road' after,.'the recent, final confirmation or rejection. I Mr. Yowell stated that Miss
be no blessing in disguise bonds carry. No 'one wants to buy influential business men, and that of Mary
rains. Attorney"Pat Johnston 1 It Is without doubt a big undertaking I Not only are the people of the city property in a dead town and the very the (Addison had completed hergschooljathe
of I,thefoninion)that} 1titheipnrtles! ) ,but la one that can be handled by 1 interested in''the election but many best method of convincing these city council. Jt is prophesied 'by, Clark school house and was teacht,

| |theirllicense1; ,thevrt'ould I,not;(the<:property owners and"not become investors ,1 who >,are spending" some would-be investors that :Kls..imniee is]those who are fn position to give, a. ing/at the Raulerson \ school. This
< Jibuti recommended that the 1:" hardship to any one. In fact the time 'in"Kissimmeeor'': have been a live wire is to vote these bonds for good opinion that the bonds will j car?t Alia th.last.1' !vacancy!in''the'countyg.
>>oar(1 instruct the clerk to write to immediate. increase In the valuation here, and who saw a bright future in civic betterment. ry by a big majority. The Osceola county" high school
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the... headquarters_In _Jacksonville.. and '*00 NOoGC.O o. OoOo WINTER VISITOR BUYS SELLS 5,00' Graves accepting the position for the
(Continued on Page Two remainder of the term. Sergeant
TONiG"T'i Graves has three
'seen years service-
BOARD OF TRADE
READ GAZETTE AND BOOKLET VALUABLE PROPERTYMore ACRES and has just returned from overseas!
FOR'S1 0,000 and will give the cadets practical

WANTS MORE INFORMATIONSt. drilling. ._

Paul Minn. Feb. 23 1919. valuable Kissimmee property E. L. Lesley, one of the most influential HUNTING PARTY HAS FINE. '
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changed hands last week when M. 11. Regular meetinr of the Board of Trade at the Council l men of Osceola and
county
W. B. Harris Kissimmee Fla.
Jennings of Ronoake Va.. bEcame \ell bulkkead election 'large property in SUCCESS AT PINE ISLANDA
C'naiaber tonight, ,, the bond and owner Kissimmee
Dear Sir: The Kissimmee Gazette I
.. the owner of the W. 11. Willson placein ij closing a deal with Illinois
was sent to one of the men in the North Kissimmee and the J. W. other important matters will Come up for discusaion and for his splendid 5,000 capitalists estateat hunting party composed of J. K.

shop where I work, along with a book Miller place just outside the city lim- acl oD.- Remember promise to attend and bring Campbell Station. acre lilliard, A. D. Story,. Harry Light-
sent out by the Board of County Commissioners I your I There is practically no limit to the sey, Lee and Archie McLean, G. B.
its.Mr.
of Osceola county, and af- Jennings came here with his some' one with you.RECEPTION industrial development of this beautiful Lawson Leon .'ennell.) E. H. Fennell
ter reading same I would like to know wife early in February, after looking I 1 1 I tract where fifty acres of land- and Paul Blackwell, spent' three days
more "'about your part of the country, ''pretty well all over Florida. He be- 1 1:1: now under cultivation.\ While no last week' hunting at Pine Island on
I am thinking of moving in the >HOO o. ,
as I came impressed with the possibilities figures have been given out it is said the Kissimmee River.
near future. I of the city and believed in its futureto that the price, of this tract is basedon The party had splendid luck in
Also would like to know something the extent that he invested in $32- > $100,000.The their quest for big game, as well as a
about St. Cloud so wish that you 000( worth oita real estate. AT THE CHAPTER new owner expects to return general good time. They brought
would hand this letter over to the The Willson place has forty acres here to look after his interests! and home four fine deer and some smaUer

right parties. with some fifteen acres in grove. The HOUSE FOR WINTER VISITORS likely be' a heavy investor in Kissimmee game .
Yours truly, Miller place measures thirty-eight acres -' real estate I .
GEO. B. HOLLIS, making all told, some eighty ac -- Mrs. Robert Hatcher of St. Cloud.

1515 Hager Avenue. res.It The Hart Memorial, which is to be Delicious punch and cakes were Wm. II. Tunnicliffe. one of the was a visitor in Kissimmee Monday. '
is probable that both the Will- used as a rest room and general head served from a daintily appointed tea eading citizens and boosters of St.
sons and Millers will continue to occupy quarters for the winter visitors as table.It Cloud, was in Kissimmee Tuesday

WILL LOCATE HEREIF their former property till fall well as the home people, was formally was noticeable that many of the greeting!: friends and attending to CITY PRIMARY WILL
at least as Mr. Jennings expects to .
opened Monday night winter visitors were renewing acquaintances business matters. Mr. Tunnicliffe is
return north some time in April and A capacity audience filled the of former years in Kis- a strong believer in the future of St
will not make his home here till the where delicate bamboo and simmee and a number of these people Cloud, and never fails when occasion BE HELD TOMORROWTomorrow
BULKHEAD VOTEDMr. fall,season. However he Is a booster, fragrant rooms roses vied with each otherin expressed their pleasure that the rest offers, to put in a good word for the
and will put his new property in tip- "
for the room was again open, and that week "Wonder City.
top shape and keep it so. pleasant producing scene.a typical: setting ly receptions would be held as for- , _ __ ._%,._
Mr. Jennings also purchased a pieceof These will be the white man's
Thursday pri-
and Mrs. George Carl of merly. given on
Z.
Aultman Mrs. J.
Mrs. S. B. and
Shreve Ohio, who have been spending east coast property this winter. hostesses the nights. Mrs. M. A. Clark and mary will take place to name the
Roberson receiving
several weeks in Kissimmee enjoyingour were Mrs. W. J. Fripp will be hostesses for YICTORYJ.OANW. men who will fill the-offices of mayor

balmy climate, left for their home INCOME TAX RETURNS.All guests left with no true doubt southern in the hospitalitywhich minds of next week.CITIZENS. clerk treasurer, and four councilmen -
last Tuesday. II income tax returns must be on for the city of Kissimmee during -
Before leaving Mr. Carl who is a file in the office of Collector of Inter. their welcome.Elizabeth chairmanof PROTEST AGAINST C. Wardlaw, chairman of the the next civic year.A .
prominent business man of Shreve. nal Revenue James M. Cathcart by Miss Aultman MOSS AND TRESPASS Victory Loan Campaign for the Sixth keen interest has been taken in
entertainment committee
I. least the federal Reserve District, has called a this election aria a sharp, though
March at
subscribed
called: at this office and 15th. accompanied by
made address of welcome in the The' Gazette
an was requested this meeting of Zone and County Chair- shown the of-
is for
friendly
for the Gazette saying he wished to one-fourth of the tax due. Failureto rivalry
name of the corporation and publicly week to voice remonstrance of two
a men in Tampa for Thursday, March fice of and councilman there
make this return and this tax : mayor ,
keep in touch with the bulkhead pay
prop thanked Board of Trade and the conditions which exists here and
the 6th
at 10:00 o'clock |
attaches to the to perfect plans being nine qualified candidate for the
osition and learn whether the electionfor automatically taxpayer .
members of the city. council for the which could easily be overcome The for the next loan drive which is to latter office.
bonds carries not. He said if through the present revenue law,
or
financial which had made the accumulation in
is the of
support first moss take in
place April. The amount to There is no fight on the clerk or
heavy penalty.
the bonds carried he would return to a
1 of the rest possible. the trees in the house lawn.
opening room court be raised is $5,000,000,000.Mr. treasurer and the
officials
'Deputy Collector J. I. Campbell\ has present
Kissimmee next winter, and wouldbrinA'
been sent to Kissimmee, and will\ be Miss Aultman introduced H. Clay There is an exceptionally heavy J. A. Griffin of Tampa is Zone will be nominated automatically.The .
his
brother with him and prob.
Stanford of the Board of there and if not removed will
president
growth Chairman for this
here March 14th and 15th. See him part of Florida activity in politics is due to
ably locate and in kind
engage same Trade, who added words of welcome destroy the trees'; which are among and will be be
for assistance and information. present and much in the bulkhead movement which rests-
of business. If the bonds do
not carry from the organization he represented.J. the best specimens where in the
any evidence in the for the
plans cam. so largely in the hands. of the city
he said he would to other
go some S. Cadel the of the city, '
MARCH MEETING OF CITY mayor city.The paign: Mrs. W. S. Jennings, of Jack officials.
place in Florida which was alive to and F. H. chairman of the second is
Lawson request to put a stop sonville chairman for Women's Workin There will be but .one polling placer-
its risibilities. COUNCIL. council, had been expected to be pres- to the trespassing on the Hart Memorial the State will also be for the primary and the vacant room
Mr. Cart stated he had been all
that ent and to offer facilitations also, but building lawn Pedetraina have assist
present and in the plans. Os. in the Pilley I building has been designated -
over the southernpeninsular of FlorIda The city council met in regula session were detained. formed the habit of "cutting earners" ceola: county, it ia thought will be by the officials.
and as far as the tlimate. water, Tuesday night, though no matter 1 Mrs. P. K.. Weaver, one of the most across this property and have cut represented by C. A. Carson, county The qualifications of the Voters who
churches schools and other conditions'Were other than the allowing of the monthly popular vocalists of Kiisimmee, deep paths across the lawn which destroys chairman, and Mrs. J. Wesley Brown, desire to express their choice of men
concerned; he considered Kis- bills came up for consideration. whose voice ia always heard with its beauty. The corporationhas county chairman for Woman's Work. for city offices at the primary are;
simmee far ahead. of any place he had Every detail is now in. order for pleasure, sang two groups of songs. had signs prepared and are urging Plans no doubt will be adopted They must be a resident of the state;
-visited.! the closing of the civic, year, and an She was accompanied by fliss, Louise the city officials to enforce the for an Intensive campaign along the 12. months and of the county and city
adjourned meeting was called for Thomason. penalty for trespassing. See that you line of those heretofore had for the 6 months; they must have paid their
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Sage, Miss next Monday to canvas the returnsof Through the courtesy of R. DeWitt do not violate this law. sale of government securities. The poll tax on or before the second Sat-
Laura Sage, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Jenkins the White Man's primary and issuea Brown, who provided a Victrola anda The corporation wishes to make government expects every man and urday in February and must have
and F. H. Bassette, all of Hart. call for the. election.Mr. selection of exceptionally beautiful this one of the most attractive cor- woman to do his'or her full duty registered previous to the primary.It .
fort Conn., were a pleasant auto par records a delightful program was ners in Kissimmee but their efforts with regard to this loan. is estimated that the possible vot-
ty at the Graystone hotel Wednesdaywhile and Mrs. J. H. Brent of Phila- rendered throughout the evening would be of no avail if thoughtless Very, respectfully ''rfg power of the city ia now, 400 and ,
en route for home from Tampa delphia, arrived Thursday, and will Mrs Jas. Allan\ of Toronto, devotingher passersby continue to deface it. A C, A. ARSON that from 350 to 390 of these votes f
I and other South Florida towns. remain several days At the Graystone. time to this ffatl1le.I little team work ia needed here. Chairman for Os County. will be cast tomorrrow.

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y that I tIS claimed. to be ;and I will FLORIDA RELATIVE TO BIRDS SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY .


always keep it in the.house as it is all that I i \iul I I..d..rlll! !Regulations KrlulinK-t ltligratory +, II"n a BRINGS SURE;: RELIEF

.- need for my children, ,and grown folks( as well. Hirdn. Tu hunt game bird;'* or animal"* ut ( For 200 years OOI.rt MEDAL naarlelU ,, a..Ut. am the' ri-mnfly' yon A","" Take>
; ill hue ambled suiT to this ( Thn'
I -- ring humanity or our ; very '''v. healing
: Caldwell'sSyrup It fI'j.rI11. Tine Jf'JS.OO: ( to $50.00. The wlthntan atliuku of kidney. liver I ""JU( nonkK Into the I do hesitate DT'; id unlawful ut Florida
not to.recorn.mend tu kill 'OJ'I i ,Federal Ait also jiroMiica protection" bladder and .'oll1'h iroublm! and all thet4iheye and drives out the poisons
ciiituit'| or have in |>OM. : Pepsin to my friends I or' nine, uny wild l l.il'I, native or niltilant. and l sullrle.Tolltraa I oceans and tn Huu.l. ) up and remorila. When your normal. vigor haa been N.
numtli .
organ weakened by illpeaiw stored nnttnu treatment for a while
'I'turn a l< tlrr lo Ii t .id'tr11wthlcnb, \ 1 npnrrotc-the:)' 'XfC'itinjr| rtnly the Entrlleh | ) snare or ,take by deajfall, 1 Thea moat Important> organ must bewatched to keep ronmelf, In condition and prevent
I Cooper and Shflrp-phin- 01 liiiitmii! any. wild! bird or animal .bcraimii they niter and purify % .r*'turn of the dlneaaeIhint .
Hirivl Ueoifr
('oh.! Lflhtr. I'otKi .oti, ,. i had Hawk the Cioxv, till' Jatkdiixv. ; the the liloud.; unJcaa tbetf do their worK wait 'inlll yon are .Incapable of
protfitedl U.te
by \ ; Fine ,,
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1,1'. l / . .I tJu- $ you era doomed DitlitlnK. Htnrt' taking OoOL/1> MEDAL
I iteot" lloriK'd
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Owl, the Turkey tn $r.(6MM( "' II Wearlnma il..,i.ple |luy/iir'l
'. '.. j ; and\ ) !iranu'' birds", in open 1111- "fAI take t>r kill more than one Jeer, neaptindenoy. barkarhe. alomu.h' (rou. will chiTfully refund your moneyIf
son Tine $]ii.oo to $;;!;,.lIO for rack two, turkeys ble, pain. In the loin and lower "bi you are not aallnnel, with rniiilta. ,
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twenty quail
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I : Caldwell's :'volnton.! : twenty dome, gravel ilim.tnlty when uHnatinn. hut tie mifH to wet! the orIK'nallml'OM- ,
: Dr. s Ijdu,''''', 'eight buint, fifteen .., .
: j i, ; ) plover rhaumatlam srlntloa and linn / t OOL.D MI'://1.U. and act' pt no subntltuteH
Uiiine lIi'dll.1'11l'; ,foUo\vinjr( ; M> and yclloxve leiqi, nix woodcock, twentylive all warn y..u of !trouble with your .It"'j In three sir.. ... Sealed paok
< dassell.bv! 1 the .state laws ila, trannl doves l or tv\enfy.five birds n,.ra OoLl) MiiJAI I > lUnrU-m ml ( ''nee At all drug etoreaIlammotk ..
of
Pepsin .,J l>iid'the<, ntui I the opt'ii'ici, ti7i f6r, h II lit 'any other' species\ ,in";one day 1 of more I ...." ."..."............... ............................... ".".
: Syrup lug i> MinxN |iroM; lt-il liy ,llie State than teirtutkeyn! or three Jeers in'one '-'
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.Migratory -
; opew M'iKon. Klncs $111.liu< to $2.:!,.01.() -- -
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,:,1 The PojLtl."tlth; :': ; i l uail. fjfolivhite{ )r<((11'1 rid! (!.. ) ", Wild i :ndy-J'me of'tl-c year any of the irame the; board to pass" a reso,utii>?) fec.j (', A. ('.lr on .11'- 'fl'n Mile Six.
liiiUt'v. N'ov. :iO-JIaioh' 1, I, bi"ds l or animal' )proteoted! by the dmmerd'nZ\ : to the oirtptroJler that Mile, and I I. :M Tindall! vats.ommiiisioner .
'. J.j i (Huffed(. UiidsP" I Imported )Pheasant. *,' .Stilt-:, Tine $10.00 to .Situ; ,). taxes on part of their cattle, which (. B. II. Guy reportedthat

Snit( 1 lie. Driiyii{;} i$11I t IJxerywhere I =Nov. ::!'N hec.'' in. I 1't'] Klini or, transport frame withinor .had : Pen taxed in (Okeechobee count ,: the rnlrol.1:I had been fellingtimber
., "fUItIt''lth'1., : : / ... =Ml. of the f ..- 1It1.;.. le
*' t out State, excepting aa proiJt < remittThe\ clerk) was ; on the grubbed roud south of
..;.i.I;. :.:,,I : 50() cts. (U"" ''>') $1.00'1 () () I i .1'Jo'I']\\ooikotk., Nov. :'JDJietJ1.! | \' >d under Section 14 of the Stated instructed; to draw up the resolution; ( Ki'tianslie; : The d..rk! was instructed
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!' ", 1'ellondrgs01'. -''lIn1t' la\\'II 4 Chapter) H111111.; !5 Acts of i and! forward it to Tullaha1t1el'. I to notify the! railroad authorities
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'jr'l\\, : "'I'i ,1\ "' ,- 'IFt' i'l' I .1, 1 I'Ifte( $h1.011'to.af1.nU: | The! follvwjre'is: the list of Innnec'tor 'Ito reme the timber,
"A mild of 'Il.nl ,, 'Nov.'i -:-:0\:1w.: : :, ;' I I 1. ,,1"1 Miter Upon') the. posted lairds of *' ii po\"tetl to superintend the <*attle J The liontd.' after some discussion,
: pleasant-tasting: Combination simply'laxltire I : Coot. (C.allJwile 1! :'\ '. L'n.Jai .iI. '
, ,i 1'\ : 1 [another. to' hunt. Tine .no.' \ d'ripir.jr operations: .!U'fide"l to ipscind! the ord..r.to the

; herbs with pepsin; ') that acts easily i\nd. .."I 1 lUu-k, loose: .lira' At'; :'\0\. .'O-.JIIII' , I,' : rl1' shoot) on or 'near public) \ hiijrhvn I' ,C. C, Ha \ :>-!' or within .'00 yards of un occupied Fjnrtey Pont: Canoe Creek and J. J. to increilse'the order for Ctioper's dip[
naturally. Children like it and take it willing L Per amt Squirrelsots' :'" SOOInn-h: /t hveljuiir! : Johnston nIb" ,to :a.uIIII{ gallons, half' in drums and
I To hunt \\'itollt: half in live gallon rank.R. .
f a lirense.'Fine not '
Steve .
1 ly. A trial bottle can he obtained; by writing to F.d'I'ul I'l'd"tI itegulntions.'Fbr I: thus marked.nro. under I t xi-eedmi: $10().(JO, 10.I Pirtln"Cypress Williarnll-wor Pond: : l and:Creek MiKeSitnmori II U, Reynolds; .I. county on
Ant lion.i-/Wle/ resident of the State :; \ vats.: was instructed to get up' all the neePssar -
Dr.V.. li Caldwell \Vashihgton' Street I I IVdt-ral I Ace. )pri'lett, nt all I 11111hunt the "Olll1tin With !
in which data :a \ 11'I" establishing
= ) I he
II. '
titers S\\uii, HcioiiK"' CiiuiVooit; 1 II. Hul -:Nareoossee, A. J., :New I
'resides Tallin
hv "payment of the sum of the M I i ; I"a'"rne' highway,
Eden! Iloue-ts lisland\ ami !Store
Pink ; / vnts
MonticclloIllinois. HioVr i Turks\ Itittei'n-s- CioluK.uli : J':L! OO.
( Anv 1 bona-ti) resident i of the urcor.hnv to I law
<: ).>, 1 1.'O'h.' tinsifirts.tieuei's'Tei; ; ') < .Mute! may hunt in other counties than R Base-Time. I laas'pnd' ' 1 1 I'adgitvats. .
('tI.'I"\\I.' Jj l
nail all' nhoiv .
: liirl! l.
except' 'thiitd which he
in resides,
.
I the Him.khron-ited and olden; Plo, the" !stun of $:'J,00 in each by paymeptof j 1 David l1UIt-'t.\.u: lUrtin, (tail'!! AVOID THE FLU

: HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB \crs. \\ilSfin l ,or .Kit'K Snipe" and! VolMl \vha-li I he tliMiies to .hunt. county IConi in i i- Boss. A. 1 II.tory' :; and Pat Johnston!
.1. I It'II'S. '. rata, v
I niuFplol hire!.. : dents and aliens must pay the jmiii\ of \\ u'ti"R.'! .. BronIlOn-O\'rltrletlIuti. BY KEEPING .
MEETING v not n.itne i in :> l"..oo in each .
,i HELD INTERESTING the al'o\e\ Jlt have ontmuoJ 'jirotei'-' desire to hunt. countitr. shich they It! h I'atrit'k'lIt*. ,

I linn under'! the IYJN"al" l.iw. tu'l'l.tolu' Applientitin for hunt in i I U V. Lan.er! -Camj Lell and 1 1. :11.E LIVER ACTIVE
: ? licence '
; Lanier vats.
Tinmontlih' tn".tlllg.. of tlu lltiim) ,tnirn. mil,nil ; : puiniii" ha'II.' 1 It. txiiis I Pi-'tiut, wiJl "ourt l I.e l proKnTuteil, in the'D. "*. mud be made' to the county jtidir, in H, L, O\'lrll1'.t-louJrli' Island, i

1 1lvtixmstratien tlub 1\\:i\ i> ..g'n< immyiivtlv I lie! "ponii i ,u'li i.j I ...It. -ulml') and -\ i iI iup. I- fair >.uh\(' The inn\mmuni: lit"- I the count' in which the app'ica.rt; Kdcewater. ;'teve' Ac-jee and Jonn. Doctors Find Calotabi, the New Nantealeu -
t : lulntion of
with, I tltiluuioum' ''i, ,, II.I-I..d. till || the lawis i Ji'iOH. wi.-h.i. to hunt ..
|popular| I I) 'a'I'\11' : strut and imniKonment "' -"11'" Inland \ II t. I II IR Calomel Bert Laxative for
of Kissunnitt' .in.l' the interest t .shownin ,I ;i.ieiire. .o.ik.i, \\,11, ', m.h \\..itei.and"cam '. ;eil.I I'lie: may aUo he impo) "- HI'PC'I'I.jolnt j..n of the hard: and I L 1I'.l'r-Jvu'hpi.it: : )1dd"1' ; ,
hinl ? Colds and Preventive lafljenza
the Moinl.iv itftrlnoon program.IK :J"! > iiiinut.liiniroi ..". 1 F..d"rnl1'1 protrrrrd under the ir.ime law to the Game Warden! ofvotr 11"111..< 1un f < ii.mv :imp tats. '

." n" e\tiptitin. to tinmlt-. ; Snap1 1 sup of nhoit.'niiijr/ 1:irk". I riiikri Include Rubins! loadow-, lountv. anv deputxjirdon, "r t;:'! i- I 'I"n"1:011: (l'Ia.1 I''"nn j.:':&n. I, and Pneumonia.

i Mrx I 11. Hullo{ president of the ,bpprogs ore lu'-t. I up| of -ii :ar. I \\' ? or Y.II.Hhall"Jll',) On-utT.: or to \V. ScottVa\'. net retnr,' I'er.u.ni',, .1"i\ >'. Hi 'f <".ri;,,, iiIVI, i
.lull, uiUi-il I the inttting*: to order, and sup of mo.I-*..-. :2 fa'il.-poontiil-'! o f ittrr:\iHidpet kirSkrikex., Uoliolink 01ItinN ..{ the I\nida Audubon :Soiiet\; ; \\',nur -" I P1.1; ( r.ikttis 'lo nit sloit .> # old] I over 11.t:,it, to

Mm I (.! \\", I lent. ; m-i.i,ft a iv rend the : tutcgar: I lu.ipnn tablespoonful' olKintroi. in and. all other l11i'rutol'}'. P.\rk.\ Tla 'I I A. E: Ba".1( ..inoeeek, I Lone -ton! a line throat and to p.', this
minutes'of the 1'1'\1.1\, meeting '. 1 levt'l talilespononful of >oTJ.i.one ( t-i tivoion* l>iuli, ,. fliece ale |protested \11 sht-itrs. marshal: <, 'ol1stal1l. s\-tim in the host nos Sflde| | ,' ,

'\ newl''I half te.i! mi in iinnanuin and times Stu' well all,1,I Ihoil ., that |I.-. I ''I1la.. (ul, came \wnitlen ai\d max' be called, o- dm'tin-" "itaniintf' the IH-W ;

It 14 the custom of the club mem- j flue nnnutos, let get cold) tJien T.I \m'l'1 or olft-r for 'ale am' to enforce the I'ame laws and!. make less ,laliMin1.! tailed (""alotalx! );;:(

beta I to demonstrate u favorite recipeland i"ltl'41t'ur to make a ervtilT doulthroll protected bit d. or any )part or the plu- arrest for Molations vets' free fiom thesickening} "nlitlol'I

rave it to the nudicnce. :.1rs..1..1..I \ into .Filial) 1>ells. Lake InI qllh'k'O'n. < males. kin Oliodv of the -ame otake r Don't IVrpet/ that the prate: law- eating etffrits of the old st>'
11'caley. Itrown .I'nudlnd baked tie- [ X, ,It. 01 il'fulldetioV' the nr-t i .nliit! with the .Federal] Remilation mel, At the)' (filet sign of 'a

hdolts' .cookie ; Mr*. \V. II. Coleman 01 t'l'ir' of any nw teet( : | w ',1 t ln, ld i protesting Mijjratorv Birds. the ]F.I.l sore throat, it is best to take ':

linked a luscious !pumpkin, pie. and. (I Doll.irH and tent*. .I Tine...!. x11/-: ( 011) t... s'.OOO art rash. viola. oral! Kerulatiou take piecedence 4OOARTICLES tub at once, before the mfl .

:Mif* AH'in.i Smith demonstrated the i - - ------ ha gone too far. You may thus
Mount t pressine cooker b 1 V thoiouglily 'i| Count it only in dollar and HART 400 save yourself a pell of sickness.
baking l 'lieaim' in twenty-the luinutes. Icent4.' how much did that Ut cult) MEMORIAL CORPORATION : tPICTURESEACH I One Calotab It ln>4 time with ,n

The lop'ic" for discussion was "Hack\ cost >oxi ? A man stay not uhxavx salloof ..nt'I-thltt. al.) :No/
Yard stop walkhen lie II.K a,1.\ tint i PLANS salts] : the _
1'oilltrv} Raising tail :llrlt.lIal'h..r FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT no nausea nor slightest mterferlnte
it would l better f 11 did, MONTH
\perhaps bl : ( -
of Cotemanjind with work
St Cloud: ::111'11. eating or pie:it-
other, /gave ","wl'il'nl'aloll)! I It taken about ten tla> to get tornplotoh POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE tire :Next morning your mil) I hmanished

thin. line, a* they weto called on. \ rid of a cold undei the n-.ial.;. ",;: OF CITY'S GUESTS l. Claw uu aT ALL 1000WSDaAU.. \' )your liver i-. active a yoursystem .

Those who 'registered:. for the afternoon treatment l That tinie hamlivrlain'can lie niiu'v.hortetu'd i -_ lb.Ask them..- ta..show... ...yea....ld a eopr\earl or, .red......tae.lo.loa for i. purified and refreshed an.!
woreMrs: S, H. Aultman :III's.Ii by taking The ]Hart Memorial building w $11pur.Nk0ea psru or thPOSHMJIII '.<04 .Ie.. you are feeling fine with a heartyap &...
Cough 1 Remedy and proper core ofrOllr..Jf. : the value of the rest room to Kixiimmee .. Ca4a. sad 11wto ...
;, K. :I I oll..le\! '. :JlrV. II. tleman/ pretty ilub house petite for breakfast. Perhaps 'you .
spiel
) in l bottle. if this centers One and it is MECHANICS ielMAZIHK
I :Mm, 3. 11'esley.} Brown MM: S. II. fact n rpmody of the most attractive corners in the hoped that Ittl1001'50\ may No Mill gas A_ daHW.t S). j tan congratulate yourself that a
In the house is a mighty good l investment never be closed to the public '
Hullotk. Mr'. (J.V Best t. :Mis. Allunn! the winter I and tiK of l Iv.cuiimee, )Iv:-s again been op. I IIJrain. "stitih In time" has !tan.a'U serious
Smith :Mrs' JanieM M Johnson of dunlin I illness Calotubs -o'd '
erred to the public 'is a relll t room and! are on'y
months.
Knoxville.; ,, TOIIII.; :Mm. l.eitner. : spring I!Iibrar).. MUSIC AND EXPRESSIQ.RE.. in original sealed pad'kages i pruothirtv
" r I ""' lat{her/ of' St ( oud ,five cents. You dru r>*|i I CIT AL.
,.ht, t isle :\ 1':11: Sn'e: TALENTATEAlTHISiAFTERNOON car t Li .c tP Il a 'ca ommends qnd guarantees .Calotab

:II 1 't t OWl :lllr8. ire el tcu e r .0 -- and l will theerfulv give hack'your

"r :lla .g. I :'\t>\vl R !timltn: : :1J ) 1 e n e I IP h ) nt % s Ploo ,. ,_ I I n1 iiney if you are not delighted.-. fcdvf"\.*?'i.; ?.
.eo FthTmM: ----
.m'l' I'
.' the ,lingli of h ft r t l Ildfs udf '
I f'J J ord 1R < n\' 11eU11. :II r ,
.
Alvvood. 11r 1t'dl 11ra \ir '.i. JI s .. f h IIn I t 4 l he ) real t.1"
Edinboro 'Pa. Mrs, Am- , GUaa1.TCEO ranrf'f
; Van Uuzor and ilr 1'oulk, are hos o .pot\ tro'i; 'tt4re' TO 1
.inda Gould, Sterling, III. :Mrs. R C iligei7 tO the'pt; ils' In there depltment aittd f o YOUaaout oac
(hapman. :Mis s Kli/abeth! Aultman, tosses. All the member and f' u nd> i-losethe doors which had stood so their friends, are invited to be present. )lat
'of the onurrh are invited hospital: } open to the titi/.ens of the .
Mis I II. l' :Stanford.: :Mis ..Jam"1t1 1Jan. .
i ; of Canada.;: :Mrs G. A. Briggs > .talld: its litter, visitors but with --

url. :l11'". 1 I.:. r: Well- tinrevival' of the ]Hoard of Trade 'PROCEEDINGS OF THE +
t1't) I lodv has
E The io operatedvitli' 'hoiitv 1
ret ipt's tlemonBtrated follows : :
Pumpkin. Pii- nuiiiil. and) an adequate) uin has COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I
I cup) looked, I'illnp. A. E. DROUGHT .sir
kin.' 1 eggI 1 tablespoon. \ flout, sifted bent pledged! fir the period! of -tverilniontl 1---1 I r
:s. and the public irent-ialX: is i
\\ith
one-third teaspoonful of baking 115 r."d''ayReal ( I
11l\-.1t.,1. to the ]
enjoy pleasant
roomsof
powder 1'1118 )
( the y
t substitute forthe
I 1 1d +
the dub house, to entertain their request them to call off tiieir; trutKsuntil I 1
egg: / usuallv used in forduck iD
recipes lends there and the conditions acre note: tavo-
pumpkin; pit'i I I teaspoon euh Estate and Insurance to avail themselvesof able. 1
the) \ .
library I
ginger t t and l ,'tn h a mo n !and one,thud i tomnfuniiatJon
A fruit MY lB
tti poonful ofill sjn'e. sin.i''': cup .,r.rllr' :PRESENTS: T ho managing committee of the :
l :: impson to the\ hoard wa, read I v J1! ttlviK '
.. Hart
and pinch of silt om ;up milk! Memorial lorporation, vv b\'n, 'ha- let'J
ar i ,enter.Pastry1. The Home! Insurance Co. of New" tl lu- full control of the alTaus pe .taming i to the etTeit that the cord'!i:: on
of the roads| in rural routes :\os. 1 ad
I flour I to thf'building/ ,, includes the ;
cup cup hort York.fhl' :National Fire InsuranceCo. of: 2, was such that the ma.I ,
i mug! :and less than oin,thrd! v ucwater titerof the coipoiatiot). Miss Kli/ii-: i.ar.erswere
t luikr trust, took custaul ip, then of Hartford. The Sun and beth l >oncgan, president Mrs.V I H unabli., to-perform" their djtes.and : .

i )M! rruct and I blown 'I many other reliable" companies.I .. :llakinll
Raked Reins 1 .1t. brit: ,soaked \\' secretaryand; :Mrs..1. 7.. Koberson. : passable condition the. postal authorities ; .- .

then boil. fm,' a Vw mint tVS : oii< sin'" 1'1 ,, '!. treasurer and :Mrs. *. H). Aut-! would be compelled! to discontinue : Your Nose.Knows'
the "
I mina who i is ihairman the commit- routes! fond Sjperintendent -
L. R. farmer was instructed
sMhhr'? i'fi+:i-1s:-:.....: :.4-X-oX--Yti-. :}y-:-; e., :-:t.r:.,.... .a:_:}:-:_a}.,,_:+; -.;-> tee: The chairman is of the managingsonlmittee / t'- repair" the roads as soon as poss.-;
alwavs a member of

i theV/ C T 1.. which organizations ble.The board reconvened" after d.nr.er All smoking tobaccos use some flavoring. The
: also interested the Hart :Memorial .
r I Thi" in having reviewed the location of the Encyclopaedia Britannica about the
Our Boys Have'Cleaned iiymmittee will be. in charge says manu-
Up"t t.l!1""! the proposed ditch north of town. :Nothing
annual elettion of the
officer*, which takes pence corporation on 'tfte definite was decided upon except facture of smoking tobacco, U. . on the Continent ..
route, which from Ste.ns'corner
the second" Tuesday) of this month Was and in America certain 'sauces' are employed . the
The to the stockpens. but Road
i Kaiser The Hun and Miss Maude! \lite Wagner ha. acv Superintendent" L. R Farmer
was instructed -
l opted" the-position of custodian and I use of the 'sauces' is to improve the flavour and
I to let the" work out by ton-
r i- a charming h""te"'ho extends "
tract. burning qualities of the leaves.
'i German he courtesies! of the rest room to visitois i Commissioner" Over-treel then proposed -
Autocracy k all days of the "
week except that when! any county road:!
x ZF -'undaI.t".n the hours of {0 and needed" repairs over" 'and above( $100. Tuxedo uses chocolate-the purest, most whole.

; o'l'lock. On former ol'.a"ions'Isi.- the road superintendent" should use! some and delicious of all flavorings Everybodylikes
,t ;::1 tcrs iould procure a cup of tea" at his discretion in the matter of letting"
: :the rest" room and this custom has, albeen I the work out under contract. This chocolate-we all know that chocolate addedto

F- I A Wonderful Achievement .,n revived, and tired shoppers motion passed by unanimous consent
anything flavoring always makes that thing
T strangers who desire to entertain" I O G. Wagner; appeared! and asked as a

''heir fri..nd"'Ith this refreshment that the grading machine be used on still more enjoyable. That is why dash of chocolate,
i tIIIIItIIItItIt.IILtIIIIIII. t mar now do so .by arranging: with Bermuda avenue leading towards his
the \hostess. l home! Chas. Neid also requested! that added to the most carefully selected and properly

Let The library will be made one o .the bridge' on Bermuda avenue" be ref -
us "clean
IIOH
up" at home at once ;: the features" of the rest room and a paired. L. R. Farmer stated that his I aged burley tobacco, makesTuxedo more enjoyable-

:> all our business affairs. f shipment of nOw books is expected! to [crew was now busy on the brick road !
supplement the tine collection" "Your Nose Knows"Try
already: {Ito St. Cloud and that he was short
on the -h..IThl' membership fee of and what. he needed!
We are asking all! men was more
our customer to "clean in for '
up"
one near has been placed at SI. convicts to handle" the work.

full 'all account that they owe us between now This entitles the member to read" as I John Baisden representing Maxwell This Teat: Rub a little Tuxedo brisklyin

and the close of the year 1918 that U, during ; many It'ill i books the intention as" he d&ires of the. corporation South A Florida Kilxert." & Gulf president> Ry made of the a the palm of your hand to bring out its full

the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your that the people of Kissimmee .. proposition to the countthat if it aroma. Then smell it deep-its delicious pureif4m11r

personal attention. snake general use of the rest room : [ would accept the road! bed of the rai-:: ) fragrance will convince you. Try this test
that the stranger/ here use it as a way south of Kenansxille when tee:
with other tobacco a.id
I any we will let Tuxedo
k reading room\ and
place of assembling steel rails -* reremoved" he would
-
If you cannot raise the .money we will '. A telephone" will he put in for make a deed! to the right of way. This stand or fall on your judgment-

the use of the rest room's patrons. I offer was "accepted" with pleasure by
accept Liberty Bonds and War ;' In order" that out of town shoppers s I the! board. "Your Nose Knows"c .

Saving Stamps in and visitors may know of its location, j I Henry Parfin asked that a vat be
paymentof I I billboards will be stationed! along the constructed at Peghorn" on land belonging

;: roads leading to Kissimmee. civ ing I to the Ed Whaley estate,
your account. :t* address This will be done by: ,which request was granted.

Board, of Trade.The i: W R. Godwin, for L. :M. Whtdden.
PLEASE DON'T BE A SLACKER Tuesday evening receptions thn]
",'int..r'ilttoMl!
I that were so No Worm In a Healthy Child
Yours l'ast winter and did so much
respectfully
AH children troubled with worm have all unhealthy
cementing a bond of friendship. beI I color, which Indicates poor blood and as .
,} Ql+ I tween the strangers and citizen" of I' rule, there i. more or lets stomach duturbandB.GKOVE'S The Perfect Tobacco for Pip; and Cirtt;
WATERS[ j CARSON GROCERY CO. the. city. have agarn! / been established! I TASTELESS cfaUl TONIC (inn regularly
j These will be in the nature of an eJ'; for two or three weeks will enrich the blood. 1mjmr Guarnirlcerftnr .
rrtainmtnt with the digestion, end act .* a General Screntfthenlnj -
informal
i hour" an Oj'III/l / Tonic to be whole STKem. Nature Mill than .
..oooooooooooooooooouoooouooooooooooooouoooooooOOH throw off or dispel th.worm., and t l1.5bU4 will be II
It would be difficult "re .__..._
: I to estimate ,the la perfect beeJU. Pleasant to take 0c per bottle. '-- :

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. ,, FLORIDA. NEGRO IN JAIL Letter f FromJ Sam Story ]l Roll of Honor i iI 'TO


I IN' GERMANY. AND HAPPY -
February 5th. 1019. I
: Hayes' The following pupils of the Kissim
._ Dear Mother:-Well I suppose you nice public schools !have.Jiot beer) ah- 'THE.PUBLIC: i
) I r are wondering what has Xircom" of sent or tardy duripgthe' month ending .
F Healing Honey The -
. followinR clipping was aeit tc. A.8S stopped, and his experiences dur.rig 'i me. I am'in England now*. hahl' n"I
The Tampa Time by .C. C. Jones, of'Arcadia : the ensuing twenty months per- for week. Feb 14, 1910 and have made an
I
'" a was In the Northernpart
: from C-oblenz. It i is the story r, fiuaded him that jail among what hE! average of ninety per cent. or more
"
: of Russia
1\I! ;:. .: : Stops of a Florida negro: who atter living:: calls] his own kind is preferable! ,ito'.|:ld! not have' much for'11ine x-hance months to writ ay I;, in their studies! with not less than !
\ 4 eIght!( years in Germany I U perfectly, shifting! for himself among the Ger- I. was on a Russian destroyer and believe eighty-five/ : in any subject and at leastninetyave

I contented now in the American Military .. mans. I in deportment. We do not believe it would be possible -
r. me was glad to get from ,
The J Prison at Coblenz. His name is i He says he-has learned to talk German ,that place.I away I First Grade C. for us to bottle* and sell ONE
,1 LI James Harry Smith and he came I : lilfe a native but admits that t; I spent three...1 iayg In London. It f" Hazel Miller J Ilcrnionc Miller )Dor-1 j HUNDRED .
from Fernandina. He talks] in sometimes he talks that ,is Keene' Matilda AND FIFTY GALLONSof
>, a queer so rapidly Is nothing like New York. I had Diets, Louisa Mul.Icr -
Ticklei mixture of German and English and I I the.natives doif't understand him... He /good time though. I avery Joe Hurekhalter, Joseph Jeffords No. 101 Tonic per day if i it was not
was hoping ,-
i ,ihe is responsible foi1 the'statement; !has managed to make a living trad- I would meet some of the fellows Richard Hodnett-- Harry Uert; Pale\ an effective treatment for influenza. .
that the German people celebrated) I I !np for vegetables among the far. from home I Clifford Oliver Albert Rogers( I. 4e-
Heals but all
The they are .
Throat
the sinking pf the Lu..ltania"more i I mers and bringing them into town. at home now. 'I hope!guess to be some time 'Vert Buss. J. J. Griffin John Phay, A man who works, a 'I large force of

I I. (0 Cures I The Cough ,than any other event' of the war The i but h("'s satisfied, yes. ., suh satisfied. ,, soon, but it always seems that I'am Swanson Clemons, Eula Simmons.. 'men came into my office several days
story was written by Parke Brown,,, that's all. 'lof I and told'us he had J
out luclrrTor' I haren't had. a leave] First Grade li.Thelma . ago twenty-five
Price 35c. foreipn corrupon eni.for the Chica-! '.' "These Germans celeWrated .when I'
yet i I Whaley; Lucile Gilbert, men taken with this ,malady in one
-.,' RO TI'I hune. ."' (jthf'y.took Antwerp they near laughed I'I .1 I like the place 1:1: am in, now tine '. Mai \uret Turner, Louisa Nelson OHver day. He immediat !y'' distributed
an
AFREEBOXOF Coblen) ?, Jan.2.ri.iRy. Courier to their heads
: i" ( off about the first trip of r We' get good eats and know that Sloan,' Gerald C'roxton liaily
Nancy.)-He would rather )>e a 'pris. jthe Duetschland, and they. howled I llsuih] me. I would! like you a little\ land Duke Kay( Breaker. ample supply of No. 101 Tonic among'

GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE oner'in' the American, military] '.police! 1 when, the ZeppcrlinS bombed London,,, duty for I have neverhad any yet J i V rijt Grade; A. them and ther. was not'a"futality In
stockade than a free ma! on! thtrceta but none of those 'celebrations was a I he'twenty-five "
1 ,
I received Eva Clark:
before ; Carl Leonard
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates) of Coblenz.} "< !marker, to tho way they celebrated''I I left Russia your-Xmivs package/ I) Cooper ,
flnd believe 1
*MieKen;! !Miuah iet 'Cut- I .
says
was glad] t() get' it.. \, ,f'cond ( rad. 1).
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For Chest Colds.' Head Colds' and seen since all dat jtre:ir bust! ''Smith : r made is !given to the public so it cannot
You write
Croup, is enclosed with every bot loose.". he' says, and the nixture of'I I "''Thcs' news got here about 2 in'the? woiild like to'that hear; Hlanchc Camnbell, ,\ Marshall)] :Miller Ein.l Dukt, l.rell- be listed as a secret nostrum: It
from ton ,
me. What Piitiick Ethel Jones Poris
UooJjinan
tie of HAYES' HEALING HONEY words tfl's the I story of James! : Harry'niorhinp and(the papers got out. little. I is bcr address. I will!! Write he,'.. i ,1 Howard J Kails. -. 'contains,Iron, which is for'the'blood' ; -csMM
Smfthv Smith; in an' Amfricnn 1 Quinine, which li deadly to the influ-
like
a i I extras handbills. The \bells rnnir,. Tell
You Set! the Cough Syrup and the Salve I Lvle' 1'1.\1.1'' Dad 1 will write I ,:Second'Grade; .\. and .
-. black American, who has lived eijrhtyears ; the streets filled up wjth; peaole: the them! I \ I Jenza germ .llagpQIlIjwhich thor-
for one price :'5c. in Germany; and has had I /cafes opened and when daylight cameevery I soon. hope e'Piy.one ,is well. Clifford Chapman, .Mumie: Tucker loughly opens the bowels.) SoIl
: Made Recommended and Guaranteed to enou( >!h .of it. At the; first opnortuntty\ ; street was lined with flag": ialioii;My address now Is It. S. Naval/ ] A\'- :Maynard 1 I'aulk\ Paul Yowell; Kdna; throughout the South by' whole ul8

the Public byParis hl"I is, ready to start back to Fernandina. !" Amcrfca is weeping today. I told land.) ) Kepair Oasis Rastleigh, En//'(-I II i Williams Louie Mi-Loatu I< ) II and retail druggists and drug dc41ers.I .

Fin., but .!Sn the meantime if it i j"I i them. but tOn1rro'OU listen >for' I Third ( rade H.
I have only six! j j"irntlm
Medicine Company hint tho same to the "my he would 1 I I .you shuah 'going to hear something.'I I to .I lo now.one That's veur and not *o Jennie' "Schilder.; Ella; Quirk Loverino I THE;G B. WILLIAMS CO.
Manufacturers ofGrove's 1 like to liv<- in t h.. bitf: ''jail .run by Lt. i "That something didn't happen fort Im..f You about Tison Gettlcc Tytier Knn-ry ,
mnlettln.
F. A. Doyle of Chicago.He long timp' but it and needfiiot worry Harris Carl LeJbetter I ,'l"I'ank. Krity.
happened
[ now II lead to 'thll1\1''I
Chill
Tasteless Tonic anyone me, tha.t ,
is there for !J'oc'auae ht'wa" all Stanley Chapman Nonun jraham. QUITMAN GA.
!1/0/ dy..o >1 they're like pie. I would not want' to know for 'I J am ,
j j'mot I Third( (;rad, A.
found( wearing:' an armv overcoat | Lt. I Doyle f>, vs Smith is a hupp"nri"on'r : I a kid! I ha\vo been j
UJI11101'1' -
.b<. had )bouirht, from a German thif. and ,tha"t when he completos i from1 home I-Franklin', Kdwnrtls! Geneva Rober-
-- -- 'quite while
away a now .
When the United; States entered the his sentence something probably wi"I son, Charles Tyson., Cecil'hllll.') CIIIUSTIAN CIIL'UCH.
and 1 T haven't done thinI '
New St. James Hotel war h.. staged for' home n-H ?0.from be done to -aid him in getting,: started I ashnmod of, so'don't worrv.allY it!: is I, not al'l Anne l Lee deck ley, Kugenin Oliver.
,
Katherine Waring; Will Fairbanks 10:00: -Sunday School.
'
Frankfort to Cob'enz, but hec' iokto Florida. :
JA< K"<>\! \ IL1.I. ...11.\ .......... -- wro'ihIi1l.... I learned not to marry Virginia Harris. 11:00: -Sermon.
(In. hall I !.l,.[-k r. 0 II.. '01 .oo'.r. t ii a Ion" time II go. Fourth Grade: II. .
In IN'tlltlll.'IU) I' 'It 11'" Juil.i1 ., .i nd Your Son, SAM.: I 6:15-Y. P. S. C. E.
) .."rho $0. sHut ) PRIVATE L. L. LANE WRITESINTERETINGL I Hazel llirtzvl I, F.mma; Quirk Clara .
ultd i ."| :SUM in livilt, ;pal' rllK-H (..01 t FLORIDA S. S. ASSOCIVTION Win, Barnes Herbert Schweikart. Prayer meeting' each, Wednesday

-Man- 'h. '. Y OF FRANCE WILL MEET IN ORLANDO Fourth Grade .\. evening at 7:30. L. A. S. each Thurs
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I I. Ruth Parker :Marion Gmnves'ir.. day.

Ask You r G rocep* To alf my Old] Irioni.: and "o1!! ol- and blue confetti, showing that the A 4 strong and attractive program ginia Howen. l Elsie Schilili-r. Junior% C.: ,E. each Sunday. at 2:30p.

,i'hum.. in and around KHirn:: ; nee: inhabitant! of Lyons had been celebrating ] i has been prepared, for tho annual t'onj ,I, Fifth Crade li.Dowlirg . m.
,
r*_ \ the signing!/ of the armistii; also \ ivvntion of the Florida Sunday! School i iAssotiation Graham Minnie I II UJ. Ilavlny: been fjr a ;in j Circle meets each
uver
yoar Julia Lebb'etter Luoile 1 Rantz.
i wi The Trench inhabitants were overJoyed which will I be held; in Orlando .
Franco, it is possible) that sonjo' of my : to such an extent that they ran I I April 2, ':3. 4. 1010! according Fifth Grade; A. second l Sunday. ,

CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES frienJs,) in Kissimmee! may care to out of their homes and kissed every to Secretary .1. O. Webb, of ..Jackson'ville G'I1l'lilll'r: Hazel Buss, Ircm C. W. B. meets thu first Fridayin
hear: of my whereabouts!!: and! wyllbeinir American i soldier who passed throughthe I ,' Among the topics of the program Sp'ence. each month.

: therefore' I am prevu:::.ng vipn city. And to tell the truth, .it wa-i I are: Sixth Grade; A.Kunice .
the ed.tor$ to publish these! few lines not a disagreeable/ experience. J I "Victory.< Rivers, ugenia AUerman. Church Board meets first Sunday

to .'ertify that I am still alive and,) a' \\'::11'Ra)' just( a few words as to I I, Religious/ Education and the Church j Sixth Grade; B.Robekah afternoon each month.

anxious as ever to return to' dear old where we are : Our company is located .School.Numltiy. :Millers Georgia'Fairlianks You are cordially Invited to
Kissimmee. Having: lived for the last ; in the AdvHnce Section, about sixty ; !School, -.ontiils. I Seventh Grade H. our
five years: in or near Ki: Best Test attend.!up: the Oieoa! high: 'c'loolliltre ) and is about half way between /hau-I The Art of Teaching. l G. Moseley.: :31-tf. W. II. Coleman Pastor.

By Every most of the time, I naturally rejrard mont and I Dijon if any of you carecr.oujlh !Making Democracy Safe for the Seventh Grade A.

0 \ her as m:.' home town anal) take to look it up on the map. We I World. Katherine Miller. ,The Strong Withstand the Winter
an much interest! in her progress ,and have been in this camp since Feb. 3. Training for Service. Eighth Grade li. Cold Better Than the W *k

welfare as any who have lived! there) tII! 1R. As it is an immensely important Essentials of Leadership.The None. You must have Health. Strength and En

all their lives. large, supply depot it contains I Superintendent'sProgram.: Eighth Grade A. durance to fight Colds,Grip and Influenza.
It wai with much sorrow that I mantholl ml'n. When your, blood Is not In a healthy
)vcard of the deaths in lu-lion of Lieut.Makinson : Kmery Brown.
busy: supplying; the troops in action condition and does
not cIrculateproperly.your : .
I I
and :Nat:: Carson. Rigger and Better Bible Classes. IIigIi 1 School.
: 'Strange further up the line, with subsistence. system Is unable to withstand the
to say I have never :yet seen! a jifrsonner clothing, tools. forage: etc. The Hour-Fold! Life. First Year: Dorothy Miller] Emily Wintercold.
I The Unfolding< Life of the Chil.L] Sanderson '.
here fiom Ki'Bimmee, althousrhI : We are having plenty of snow just RubyOhivei.Second OI OVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
several! the C I Every Sunday School in Florida is Year. None.
saw of l boys 'WEBSTER'S 124th Inf., hut did not happen to see it was this time last year. I trust invited, to send its pastor sunerinten- ,Third Year. Lucile Uarvcv. Ruth Fortifies the System Against Colds, GrIp
i I dent and! at least three other dele- and Influenza by Purifying and EnrIching ,.
any one I knew as they: were ot a that this winter is proving less severe i' Campbell Percie Oliver, Edith, Miller. .
the Blood.
NEW INTERNATIONAL troop train going: toward the front in the States than the winter of 1017-! |.gntes. No formal appointment All>ha Westfall. It contains

'-. and did not stop very ;'lOiar:. 1918. which received so much comment 'electing\ is necessary. .Just go. 01'1 Fourth Year. Blanche Davis. of Quinine the well-known and Iron tonic in a properties form

rIc7oN4Rlt; : :; I imagine there was great celebration in the newspapers!! on account of
ere !H 1.:1: C by buBi- acceptable to the most delicate stomach
on November 11th all over the its extreme severity.I For the Children. Visiting cards printed by the Val.
and Is
ness men, engineer: bankers pleasant to take. You can soon feel
..lI judges erchltertt: fhyudanj United States. I was ni a seven days would very much appreciate bearing Too much care cannot be exercised lev Garette (oh Department its Strengthening.Invigorating Effect. We

leave travelling the 1 Mountains in medicine for __ _____.___ _
fIT :, t:s *-.er-, irariar.eltr; over Alps front some of the boys! and girls selecting a cough chil- u ,
of South-Eastern France at who the dren; It should be pleasant to take
attended with
roer.accercA.a:1 and Osceola High; .
( men : ;Me- MM">><"fr4"g">4>*4">*4
?: ux>mt.n jf f.s u-'ar/J oee,.. that time. I was in ("l1ambr)' on the me although! many have no doubt forgotten contain no harmless drug and most :
mo-nina of the eleventh nnl in Gr-:- me. effectual! in curing their coughs and $ J

Are You Equipped; : (a Win? roMe in the afternoon and both cit-,i, With three rousing; cheers for Kis- colds. Long experience has shown

The New International -rvidei ien, in an awful uproar were ce'ebrat-j: :simmee and hoping to hear soon fromsome' that Chamberlain's Cough; Remedy i Have Your.Plowing Done $

the mean s to rurtftrs. It isan!!. inir Victory. Every: p-omin >nt object ''' of my old school-chums I -e- meets these conditions. It 'J jsta favorite .

, 'I ;:;; : bowing teajcher, a universe: que in the/ city 1 werejf Vl'rt'i! .main, with. the best,; of luckto, all.. ,', with many mothers. ",. '' f: : .. : 'I
\\44\ I;' I tipn answerer. 1',IIn \ If you seek efficiency and nd- J. nl! th( IIt'l"on a it ias oll't'i' 'P\'T LOY 1 JL.ANE.tJ.up \ : ; MRs [NELSON;1,{CALLED ]jj f' ; > ') :, .." a : : : 'd/:
,
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t.1k.'S'\ '" .vanccmentwhy not make dally! g:Frnth (> lie f w 1d : o. Q.1O7APAOJ711INCOME ;: f.illf. lson w yt IJ '. ; i
; .
rs r / ; : d,. : ".':" i .,
jstreetsSll 'I
l o\'ered Wlth B7II' ro, : 'J\ ,
'U8ct l thlswastfundofinform-' r.' r A : .. FranceJ .. NelsoncJr'wadcalIed:; ' to*rest*Sun- :; ., : '. : ', ,,
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"
ation?
(
400.(MiO' V..io"IDr day afternoon after a lingering! ill- :z: We are prepared to do all kinds of
)'Term. 27M Page plowing
ftfHMI lllumralictHB. (.
MOO OM,>t cri>Lntrln.phlral ubeCII' 12UIOIJo9raphkMl GREATEST MILK GAINS i FOR 1918" NOW READY afternoon! around for the the last remains sad rites Monday when i and discing for the public with, a .

Regular uxi IndU-Pcpcr lilioni. : -- I I Hev. llodnett pastor of the First :M.K. .

...: WtIt.orpeet 1 A movement i is! on foot :km Forija I Income tax return blanks Form :. Church, spoke a few comforting : Universal Moline Tractor
itm-n puff**, to encourage the better and more in- No. 10-10-A for individuals having a I I words: and the body was laid away in ::
t )Jlu t.. >lrnti Free
II I c'I I'...k.'t u veritable] pot of god: may be fun: i Iat : ready for distribution no other forms i Nelson brought his wife and :t: \ PHONE
I1 Ma' |>. .f voui the end of the rainbow which nov having yet been received for distiibution. I two small children here early in the .:.
( n A m o a iINI glimmers before: the eyes of those I winter from their home in Kansas.

pUI"r.C.&C.. who are interested) in keeping on" or j I These blanks are very conpact and)I City! hoping that the change: might :: Mach Bros. or W. H. Wilson
MERRIAM more cow, for K. 1'. Groover.f; > the are similar to the forms used last benefit her condition. They made) '' :
e CO., Groover-Stewart; I Hrug/ Company: "f year, which provided for net incomes I I their home with his father C. J. '::'

Springfield HIM. Jacksonville is offering: handsome up to $3/100. The blanks .this :year '['son, who lives at the corner of Nel-I :::.:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:......:-x.ox-:-:-:-:+>-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- :--'...; : >
cash prizes for thos-e who can.show are stamped with the name and address 'nnd Rnndolnh street
the greatest per cent increase in milk of the taxpayer and are \\ -
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during a period of six months. ed with a duplicate of tie return at- I
Atlantic Hotel I Thy rtrizes are five in number and! tached to the original whichduplicateis I I '
are $2(10( to the one making the best II
to he
:
detqtched by the taxpayerand I
!
.1., and ll....... M... JarkN.mt Hie' l"ln record; $100 to the one making the
kept as a record of his: return. I
.
"' All railroad...r.r'thlll tUkft ..U"All' -H moth-i in I.u4Iding.erIt.'r 1 1 1 tIllvr.lvIIlsna. -. second!; $75; to the third: $50) to the .The duplicate sheet contains, full instructions -

...... fourth, and $25 to the fifth. I
"'lrKtI. 'in ('\'-rv par- that should be carefully
tic n.In r. 'Knt*B, .lIlI' tersoI.' $1 "t II to The contest begins. on April' first I read by individual before undertaking [ .
91 .So. two pMHntift, $2 no. to lrf.it I t..tl when the milk from the every hrl's
to
: cows are
91 MI I to U (Ift, two pt-opl. f 2.50 t 0 >3. :. ,FRANK I'JlfJtCE, Prvp17tLANIS he tested is weighed or measured There has been mailed to all taxpayers -
and the amount reported to the county I who filed] returns last year one

agent. A strict account must be |lof these blanks with his name and .
made each day and at the end of ea ili i serial number stamped thereon, which Drink
month these records will be submitted 'should be receiyed in the course of the
to Miss May Morse, !stale assistant -. next two or three days.

CHILL dairy specialist.On I Collector]] of Internal Revenue Jas.
the first of November the prizes M. Cathcart that all blanks
TONIC !will he awarded to the contestant who should be in the says hands of the tax- I
*
has nroduced the.
durinp
greatest gain -
payers within one week and that if
I
-1M .. ] the year. I by that time the official blank with No raise In but the
cIuri tM price
PssU.PemiJ1ciiiac I Miss Morse who was here this :the name of the taxpayer on .has not
week said there would be no troublein ] .been received
he should inquire for
AND fEYfll.MlARIA interesting enough! renn'e, who .blanks either at the collector's]] office same value as always
keen cows. in this splendid offer! to
I i at Jacksonville
(OLDr. [ or at the nearest con-
enable O ceola to for
county qualify ter of distribution throughout the

the contest. state where deputy collectors will he

. 425w50ctr.. Hgpyt1adt located as follows: Tampa Miami. needed.No
Made
ALL HONORABLY DISCHIIRGEDSOLDIERS I Key West. Daytona Gainesville Tallahassee instantly-no boiling .

i .Jdclror\villefl&.by WILL RECEIVE S60 Pensacola. or general office

111tTDOIAL CHPfRATM co |.Jacksonville. Florida. All returns w- sie. leftrovers to flirow
to -be filed March
have by I5th accompanied -
C. Feb.With::
Wasington/ D. :
the signing of the Revenue bill the ; by at least twenty-five percent Contains harm
of the tax.Chronic.
nothing
officer away.
provision! for paying: to each
and enlisted man of the army navy I
I and marine corps honorably discharged -, Constipation.There ful1.o.health.: Always ready for

a bonus of .$60) Incomes a law. are people who never have a
This allowance 'is the culmination] movement of the bowels without it is service
of the efforts begun by Senator Park producd by a cathartic. Most of them quick

HOTELJAttJONVUU'flA Tramrnell the second day after the brought this condition on themselves
armistice was signed to nave an extra by the use of mineral waters and
Vy sum paid to all officers and enlisted 'strong cathartics that take too much -table
bev-
men of the army navy and marine water out of the system and aggravate When ordering your "

corps serving during. the war with the disease they are meant to re t -

Germany. lieve. >A mild laxative tonic tike eraQewhy not consider fnsfajr6"There's
id. McoNactkt. Senator Trammell has proven his Chamberlain's Tablets affords a gentle -

Ccfw'tieIt' tO tvyiIbk friendship for our fighting boys in movement of the bowels' that you

hearLof Ciry S vd for Booklet this as well as many other, matters.. hardly .realize: has been produced ,bya Pothm. a Reason..7J :

medicine and their is not so I
use
rwiHOUUtmTM.reOf'B HM Outakw. That .Dm. Met Affect lbs HeedBCCBUM .I .
to be followed] by constipation.
likely
.. . ol ill tonic awl Uutivc 1Iect.I .UA. a. .... -.e. -., ,,.-,. __---a"- -:....
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BilOMOQUINl"XlebetterLbaaonit.-
Subscribe for the iiillmrDee. Valley OumiM .ad doe. not cause aerroiuama aoiIIDIIDW : po not forget the Kissimmee Valley )-
la ktd. Remember the full name aad
Gazette. ? look laS the wcnatun ol! S- W. QBOVB. lilt:. Gazette office does fine printing. . .,. ,
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I-OUR THE ,KISStMMEE AUEY C1\7F-Mf.. FP>nWR1SSIMMEE """APtCR'' 7. 11'19 I.. .....

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G. A. BRIGSS WILL HOLD ART CII'A'' '1'" I':' Kanite Thirty-one ((31) F.aM. tl.CCO
1'iR. twice a month at fOr per yearthfeo bearing oranp" !icrovo: worth
VALLEY GAZETTE I Tlie' North half of I UolB Four ((4) HI. timlier' nn Iract; four-
; years for tl 1.00. Only livestock of cypresn .
EXHIBIT. In fl<"fr>rdflii\ Auth<>ri" Tjv" ((5)It rtltick "I)" of Holier! 1111'"- and general houRC and kltcheh A1 1..0. COhend
In the room
ty of Chapter 78<6 'No, H7 |I.. A<'t.. "I ''Addition to the Town of KIsBimmve. farming. paper and bunch
cattle pood
stain. Write .da, of a of
1U17, I-HWS of Kldilda < -.,la ". .
; iKt'< Cimi iv ftrmmmr < <> Ivkll. .hr. KvrrrUmmtmmrv Frt'.r.Itjr The' people of Kigsimmee n 4J'i, I IMtin North.
h utiiloi quuru'utlix
< ri liy placed n half of
Sectlun 1 ICiKhteen. < 1K> .
for fre
Nt111UWAN'l'I'J'U: "M.... A. FARMERS Send today a s ,
n mrai.K -
Valley C...el.e (.'0_...' liy towns wjj]] enjoy the unusual. treat I'i. i:. ,, N.irth half, of section Pvyenteen ((17) "Harmon/ whose. hom..) I Iii ru-nr ,lto" hc t..t__.... FloridaB next w 'ek' whe .,. G. A. UNRgs will It Is. h"T'-by ..rd..d I lhal no ,"D tt !I.,.,: Went' half of Northe 'Bt quarter. Kan I'Hltln Kctllen'C',t Over. IS yeatw'experience FnrmlnB tooU and Implements. IM.catid .
"ulace on exhibition bin -large collection 'Vn wirk-h Nhall (.'mhr't\o! liullxV 0).. ,Imlf.. Of NI.lhw..t quarter, Northvwf 4i"d ...t''r.It."t. a liativf/ fn-HT Kenansvllle. 4'rlce |11.5110.. l
Htm' CI WB, HI.I..rll "' lld Oolv |ilshiill (luurter oT Southwest .
.
_. Harris, frrmtarmiK. of work! of art:, )at his photo and 1'
rw, .....,.t.r, art ntud)<', fct the corner of Broadway '...11 l to filmy or llrft In "iV| |>'ttt- of ."., ter of Section Twenty ( ZO) ; W,.BI hal* _Wo'r" : < Z6-tf ,
I"OH SXl-n
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i olA C'uunty. ICJc ,"fift utid4r, th4. 'oMHldiifi of 'Section ( h6me "nd (Kifne! hnv.
< M ,
Thlttv-oiM (31) '
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.......... N.. 11 and Darlington avenue. of thilul<-" and H"lIuIM1/ ,and' Went half of na"t. half) : W of kcctli xt hrtl.J. H. SJaa"dll. Id-.ifRHAVA FOil o' PA .B:-Second-hand<< Ford ear.

". The* collection includes some fifty n( thi l >
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.. lII.h..rt.to.. Natectn painting! "* in water colors oils, sep.n: t tin- ( :: r'I\ IM1" v ntl'iii: Jitid Kt; n:
.. Copy, on* Y' arM .____.________$20 -l..lir ((24) South, TiHtiKe Th't'' Ih"u"n ( >. Copy "His, M cut tin-.-- I '" l y onUT of # .1|.1HtATK ty-oh (Hll) Eaxt. KjBBtintine, ft\] \. 'I0-4t-p. :!"N,8 ." :
Pa* Copy, Three Mouths...- -7S The .( ultjci't cover a wWe! ranee, 1.1 VI? T'If'K 1'I.NIT.I110111' \'\' i, Alno nil the tinjiber. which la. n'rowln'or. '
taking for their theme spots In foN .' ..' BtaiidibK<< iipon the followInK reKtule < ,FOR HUNT fin-."ALt-11I i i acr<'" llo America. \ Hltujile. lylnK iritl lielnK toi-d Mat" .of < ultl- .
countries well III tl' .
fr liurMttborlzwd fr'j.-n
All romrnunli ntli.ii vc< 11 VV '
J. I \ 1 n cHiiid nt \ mu t uin The I'xhilut llt'vinl'Rturday, and A< tlli.. MAtc Vi>L<->.,ltiili.,.<., tu-vvlt : III"'' (t-ronm buiifealovy" frciorn bun... '" TI 0"8Jnturlll.h..4': dweliiniKt -
d by the wriu-r. 1Kteciiil continjt'B for one week' The public) Pnn<' ill Tallahas<..., Klu., )la.dl r,. I :Noilhwest' qunrter fl ",,d South'a" > inill.w.. al toc-k. boltoti 11"1" Id-< J. A JIll'1"[ \ r.FOn .
will riturued '
called matter for. not \ .j.-<-nraJy! is. invited', to attend and 11,1 ld quarXer, of Section Two ((2)) North ,h,.1 l Jlltr,-''')'. :lag; HQHII SI, 7fF
al I icff.-< I ilvn A PI II lot. mill Southeast ciuartc. 'f j HAUB One ltme.rson! Typewriter,
Si'ct4
J view the. l(1uru; I ( 'ntiji.' )*. <*f l ltw. Uul4>.H nnd ,Itetijl, !T
(Entered Florida In, the accmnd-cl Pimtofflce.ms at mainr Klmlm> tI.'W'! i't WM!1)1) <1 on.. t'l-'fu.; ) "t. in*.' I. ni,:ven ( 11 > : Knst half of. Sictlon\ NIt; . .'..".._.d .BTK_! under_ J.ft-nc. ..: 9 acrB Iri Af'"I, Gnrette._ ___._ ft.h _.
M. E. MISSIONARY SOCIETY <<< !*"i ; N IIIXM.I: 'IKIVIiHti'iii'; > 1.'I in:i t.. '. .
en (18)) 'NorthweRt '|1""rtr of Met \\f, .
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PASS RESOLUTIONS ,.1"11.: i.ivi. : m' Kno "A'\II"\ )o'lfl'H( .) KnBt half <4*
.. j n ii.iin. Thirty-two (S3): Sictlon' Thirty-fou

The regular business meeting: of ".h" ....'.... Tilt-I'" \\. ."W.Jd! I In 't1l'! i((84)SS)),; East In TownhjpTwenty.four half cif Section Twe.nty-(8t. r.1-3 I

the Methodist Missionary" .Society was <" of 'riweoln, on November RHi.Section Couth, H.'inne Tim t y-one (31)) KB: OFF 1-3
heldVe t 4. | 7.'I4R: IN. Ml. )*iittnif > 811o"HI.,1 in Bald. "'u.I".p.
t'Unirnlow} wiltTIhe ""rl'llident\lrII.: C. Klotldu, MM\ 17. in t h.4* 4gu<'KtIoti an In', (' PKAC'B, n..' SAI.i:. 1-amlR. deacrlli. t
11. Summers, prf-siding.. /: wild'' 1''hi F of Hint ,H.VRt'-n'Hi'o' llipplliK i'CiHt In Oranne. Countv. Florida' to InBOI ,
The fputuro of the afternoon .vas l'> dboul.l, be, c'otiducHd, \ In 1hnCuuiilv In frditt'of the Court HIUIRH In,or \I' X -- ON- t.
.fvr, th<- i-ni, j ''itlon <.f I ho
< .UI. Orlando
| < rimie ( /tunFlorM.. t .
,the follow ing resolutions paytpil, ty .tl. tide t.MniKnrnpuH, Aluminum, ) .r <1 1HH l-iiruli deBcrllx-d In (.mc-coln\ Count v t.
I'j 'the odety exprl."sinlth"r: : appreciation Ifav rtturua of RHld elfdion. Hliowthfll 10.! Bold In front i.f > h<- Couit Hotim.
of M'rs.,, Willson's !gift : majority\ )' <>f II"" \.1. n were f'....1 1 I Hocir 1 In KlBKlmnn-e, mceola Counts.. t Comfortsfln.Blank.ets
J
j :KfMiluticm! of'Thanks' to Mrs.'. \\ ilKohInasmuch fin' fiic-h H l I"" Htemntlc- it dlpplnu of caUItrurofoie .' I IttiKolv'd. Florida' TEHMS (>F SAI.K: C."SH
I'AT J<>HN:. I
as Mrs.: :Minnie MooreWiilson That s"1d Count.v of i ,", .4 I fperlal Master .

;' ,. prompted by her generosity: via ).<> and In Inn. .,by placid under A'luurDllt'I" ''I' ).. :\1. IU1IE I!:, tlalneBvllle. Florida,... To reduce my stock of Comfort and blankets, I lam.offerinjreduction a :
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r"r tI. ... '
.1 .n..I. .11".r' '"i I' /Solicitor for Complainant. 12-5t, I
and sympathy! for our work ,has\ giw inil .rartir...I tl" M .
(I i 'li Ihe cuttle, Jtck .:. t of) 33 1-3 per cent on all joodt in tti line
the of her books .
to ,,
I en society ten : (IM..rl"'I.UItH1l1lnCu ) and. fhe t frtcial -
FRIDAY MARCH 7 1919 "When our R.oys; Come Hack FromFrome. I quarantine' Notice for same* In I' ANNOUNCEMENTS .
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I ." '.hetel'y. ,approvedIiv . FOR CASH .
.rd..r of the State Live stmkSannai KOH 'MA YOlt.
'Tomorrow is thp city election. Therefore; Be it resolved that we ) >' Hoard. t herehy annotinc'" mypelf A candi.
express to her our sincere thanks I iSiKiii'rt' ) W A. MrrtAR, I'r.-nlili. ntV .. date for re-election to the office of .
J, \ r)<.M JtLLt<..<-tarv, of ,. Note Price. :
lulk-h.d indicated>y a rising vote, and I I Mayor KiBBImmep, subject to, th f The.Following :
: I
onei' I II
the l-onds Actlnti state ViterlnntiiinDone
Vote for action of the "White MnnV primary,
j That copy of these resolutions t>eulaced nt TalluhaiiHfc. Fla March R, ? J Sr CAI'F.I: I ,,: Comforts. fd Price __________ ____.___ __ ___$750, now $ 5.00 :t
.week from 1<1Inorrow.: ,I IJ'I ,, in our'mmutes and that a copyt.o 1C1HI I '1'It
:'. printed "in the Valley Gazette. I I EffectiveApril mKeiculatioiiH I iitI ''II" ,.(Jit. -Comforts, old price ___________ -- - -.----- 6.,0' 4.3 2 ). .

aH:'notify:; thf weather man th t)1wo ) "D'U". ""w: 'here\erlnll.RVRtt.the malic mi tuk>\ iment.of \- Mavor am of n' KIHBlmmee"HndIfIHI.. for and the will office' of. Comfoll old price .:__ ________ _ ____.__ 6.00. now 4.GO ..:

rain. BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR LITTLE 'I eradication work it" <'ttabliHhed\ ; the support of appre.clate Comforts. old price S.50. 'now 3.67
had enough j votern In thnpproachlriK "
have I'I the < -----------.---.------- :
j "
"Hi:'.l I.\1ION 4. .
primary.n I Comforts, old price ..: S.O(), now 3.33 .
TO S. "Section : IIIII..f _
]I .fi : cctufitleff In A. MILTON. i I ---h .- --------

Attention\ ; is called to the 'Junran- which RyRtrmBtIc tick eradication hax I Comforts, old pr ce __ ______.___..;_.,.- --_: 4.50. now 3.00

tine notice and the resolutions of the : A pretty birthday party for tiny to riot paRltire been YftHliHhed over the founts mr.allo"'d/ lln.nt. mt" 1 the i ( olldtatlon FOIl MAI of(IIIAl manv frlendn Comforts, old pnce -- ---,------ ..-------- 3.50, now 2.33.t _

State U"Sto.k Fnnitury Board iroverninir 11 tots WIIS Riven: .Monday afternoon byMrsv coutitUIn. .d.rd" "\dttmntlc' ; licit 1 have decided! to become a candidate' i BI.nketa.. old price _ _ ___ : :.. now 6.67 f
f rullvatlon IH IIIHIJj"h.) ' the titk eradication compaijrn : T. C. Watson, at her home at '*.uch rattl<* ar. l><.Inic dipped r. u- the Rupport of the voters. nnd apipredate Blanl ts. <,Id pr ce 750, now 5.00 >
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I I (lK Vernon celebrating] the ...horl'r fourtiM'n days In th 'Ir 'X 3:
avenue if elect'd,
.if Osceola c unty. The quarantine isjleffective ; fth birthday anniversary! of, her little own county or rountun. under the, KUiervllon bet endeavorn pledKe to" infnrce tnvself the to ordlnanrr IR" m1- I I Blanlets. old pnce _ _ ____ ______ _______ 6.00. now 4.00.a.

April 1st. . .. ..-| .daughter. Mamie. | of n <'(ininjli"Hl "in It Itmpictor<< ..ml.lo.1| | | ..n In'half nf t>lminee. I '
The little folks enjoyed games and and hiixwalnry snail IniHUI' I"fcul I W J. STEEP.FOII :: J
towinte'r"j" i htkl! : h toutitliB.. i'h.* Imtfi .tor Khalivvoik .
Therw'eption rs under tin' .1 llr J ,.",tliir.ii of thItoard <. .. ,., ". I These are all Inch grade goods and if expect lo need
mil served ice naJ J cake. !II"It" ''ioU :I'AX .< (U.I.I:( you any ::
cream :
this week was largely/: attended.! Many 1 ; | :i were -.-1ni 1011.T ,

of these people. are here for their second Then at the time of their departure 1 .. :(.i i. ;'i:10% n. \! =? covering .for neil,season it will pay you to buy now. f
and peanuts.1 Si'tlni) 1 < -ittl in'iKlimtlnK !"\ herebv .
t tht'v were gi\en Oranges! > announce mvRelf HH a fundlditte -
third more winters and it I "untl.l" In hlrh ..\ Kt.. .nint'r I" ,. (
or hi > for the office I.r't\ MiirKhaland
Quite a patriotic touch was gnenbv .ra.lKntlon work IH Htul. ,HI.!H.i! .i.i.i \ Tax (Oolite... to be voticl f IP i-i. : J C. H. GRANTHAM :?; :
of the utmoi-t importance that theyi' themselves who ,,., Slor.O i
| the children sans !><> Hhlppcd. Into foutili.H. rolianiil( I I '" I theVhltemann' I'rimarv' to be h.I,1 s. ,
rcaliye how welcome they are in our "'Am, ka" !liefo-e> they; began thei1 the Slat.and K.M.|< r.il iiufiranl ''... the afternoon Into other lounti'H, In which Onwork the citiejnn quallried. to \ .ol< in itl.lelection .:..X:-:X":-: <..::-:..X:'*: .:-:":-:-:-.:-:M:-: -C---X----: : : -XJ -o
aIInd concluded
We know it hut do they feel 1 fit ] \ of .... '
city. xHI matU tuk i .11"111''UmIn : nnd. If el<'oted promise to till I
T' Thelll'"> receptions wiH doiiuch to-'with the "Star Spanjrlcd-Banner.: < .Htahllnhfii. . .pii.>\1,1 l Kinh i.ntlih.ivi the office to the verv liest of tnv nlnlltv' ___
| The wee hostess received a number IM n lii"icml I. fouiiil flee "f fi- J. M. WO HiAIl.
establish tlie bond of fric-ndship which : 1 j jm of pretty presents from her vi.r tirkfi, arnl. ilipfieil, uti of tin State Veierhuirlan ir .\ FOIl !MAH ..A I. AM) ,TAT I'OI.I.KC-i
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is so desirable. Ij friends in remembrance of the day. r\.Kul.ii' .ly commiUHioned live Htock ,inFliector Kilt.
At the party were: Elizabeth and of the Hoard A written |...irrnit -, l' >ii <;;-. G-N'"E:: :

'Ruth 1 1\\'orl'o. Luci'e' and Nellie! Gilbert in duplicate nh.ill h..> IHHII. *.d foith '' I am a candidate orh... office ofI
HANG THE KNOCKERS I' <' movftnent of th<* cattli., the original, I MarRhal and Tax Collector\ of the Ctyof |
There isn't .in all the catenory of)1 l Ilermon and Hazel Miller. Helen i )and -Albert Ropers.: Edith Leser. Roper the Hhlfiment' to p"tlnntlollHnll..nd i of Rullcltlnc' thf Bupfort of the voterstOlt ii Agency ; ;
crime! an.thing'which rejects the I: Hijrt's.! Mattie Kelle Tiner FHzabcth :! ....."". lotv, chut-n. Incluiliiiii" In .'he ap"oDchl"w Irlma., '.
hear all earn. and boats u..ed, shall\ tie clean-. I HOWELL llA R. .
amallncfs of a man more than to 1 .. Oottermsn. Lo'a r.rid EuMisPesk. 1 e -
Hur rvlxlon -
him knocking his town or community. Ci"CHrk' and Manrin Watson. In-fore recilvlnif, th> cattle foi. !'I 'Hottl" ', AMI TA'X
There is no question' that many people Mrs. Watson was assisted by her shipment.. or there the Khali 1>o <;vl HatIfefactory to 11"I'k
fall short of nucceedjnir in many sister, Mrs, J. Schmidt, and Mrs. Cotterman. thut ame nr. free of 1 Infection.1""I'r" I T'a m a ,,/\n.1Id-t'f'"or;; ;: re.elec\lon\ toI I buildings, and dwellings) all in Osceola! County, 'anil. each proposition

t "Section 2. Cattle I rn' y 1 he moved I the office of Marshal. and Tux Collec- listed
I ;: at its minimum value include all farm
here well in ; some necessary! equip
lines of industry as as -- from countien In whl< h svstemntlctt tor, and will appreciate the support of
but boast BRIDGE CLUB. <'k < radlcati very place on earth, why Bounties. that are r..leaned from, ..1"'lIon. '
of it. Mrs. Bullock was a charming hostess State and Federal (luarantlne
Failure is usually brought alx>ut by I : entertaining; the Bridge club 1 tick other eradicntlon counties In IH i-ntallUhirt wHIch, tVKtemati l.v wa.v 1< ,111 ('Ot.,{ IL'II.' at a sacrifice\ : thus offering an excellent opportunity' to invent a little

the lark cf brains or or Thursday afternoon of last week at; nf imlilio hlRhvvav upon of fit'ial In- I At the Rollcltatlcin' of mv many I i surplus capital and benefit by the increase in va.lues which is sure
II money, bot.h'l their regular meeting. She was assisted spectlon and written permlttHlon ax filendR. 1 havedfcllid to l>ecn" It ] ..
Call) write
to
It ls\no\ dill nl'e ,to have tried and : by Mrs. H. C. Stanford. outlined In Section 1 of this ncitulntlon 'candidate. for councilman In thi. av- It come. or us. "
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If raid hlt.rhwnle.iiln! dl..II'In'o primary If elected 1 will
proachlrifr
have failed, but it is nothing short The spacious rooms of the Bulok:! ]) ; duett oountit-n. provided, the move- URH. my influence for an ei-onomical E. A. Strout Farm Inc.

of a crime perpretated against every I home were attractively decorated I ment Is made without t.aHnlnn. thrinmh, and progr""Iadmlnllll.alt..n" Agency,
a county or portion thereof In whichHvstrniatlc Tt S FL01'D.
u person ,in the community to disuade with cut flowers carrying;: out a colorsch..me' lick erlldl'litloll( had not D. G. WAGNER Manager

T 'm ndt' of yellow which was also been. efftarillHhed. 12-lt. ", FOIl ('(H".L'II'' ,II ,

Clt rr a'ing.JPj! I conformed! t.to:'jn) s all t,'tbe > pretty'' de'aI ). T j hereny, II ,, ..,- mynelf.heHwhlt .A" .a <'lIn. Kissimmee ,- /.. Florida : :
('Ause Y21J ha'v fall"d to mak rg JTho the1't'1)t dld/\p\forl\ th(':
nex man may Be (ljle tmttthoos iIIIFive tables 01 plat'Ts enJoyed |man"""'ain-rimarraiand" )"' .o h a'tloril110'pritmlsfSHectedltl ... ., , ** H+O>< 4 -fr4xM8"fr c} <-3. ';'0''l;; ':>'

may mvt'5t! more capital and 1 bridgelthrdughjthelafternoonl. hoursMrsW | .('xertjmylheRten'ortsltfwardsnholupbulldlnftTlorjKlRiitmmeMh.| | ; :',f.,' .
'' Butt orfflwinningUheffclubl! |. ] [ .. ;' I.', .
prize "
build VploriousTtJccefs orl the ashes ... .' .
and. Mrs.! Paver tha guest;: prize;which i'of-Jul> A' I'lUJSrhns ftleU'd ian, "ecorifimlcal.proirre,' and respectfully! ) i solltlt lveBBilmlnlstraf'tlon IIP".u p- 't< 'I'v,''',. ''fiil, ''I I:;'I''",'
of what acknowledged de eat. "
you as was a set of salt .and peppers, daintily tlflcattH In my office. nr Poison gas in the trenches is more 1 1 decorated. application for tax deed !< IHHIHIn our city crow and iirosper.

J deadly than poison gas flung out over' | A delicious salad course with chocolate embrace accordance tho with followtnv law Said di-prrllnd r.Ttlllcati properly " I H.. !M. ItRBAKER: .

a community to kill the confidence of | : refreshed the guests. situated In (Wcc-ola Cuunty, Klor- FOIl ('O(' I('II.'II'' 'II. I
Ida, to-wlt
The club members attending were: i T hereby announce m> self, a cahdl-
thone would j. I.OIB nuinli.T in and 114 of ihe ScmInole -
who venture out along '
I Mrs. Charles Carson Jr.!' Mrs. G. C. date for re-election as clt> count ilman ,
Land and Investmi nt ( <>mpnn> HSubnlvlKlon '
possibly untried lines of industry and I 1 1a 1 I Mrs. f SeVllon H will appreciate > cmr nupport
ivinjrston, P. C. ButtoifT. :Mrs. < TownnhtpEfi 1CAflf""N..
j
I man who would willingly] J Katz, Mrs. W. H. no ice and MissesTurville 1 South, Itanue KiiFt The Hal.l I
laiHlK l.elnn aBReKxed at I hi date ofiHHuanc
diCOur'I' .
and Bav. GUl'st'for the afternoon | FOIl < 01 NCII.M AV
age theme' who desire to of pnlil certifUntcH In the* i .
I I am a candidaK for the office 'if
were: Mrs. Wayne Ward nnme of Vnknown L'ril* n Raid <'ertiftcntes .A
;
cltv councilman en.1| solicit the '-
nnd enter the list of those who would" BUPliort
I Miss Elsie Halt Mrs. Wm. Carpenter, Rhall lie r< de< ni develop this !section of the I ; to law tax deed will IHRD. thirecm on -
country I Mrs. A. M. Fram, Mrs. C. N. Paver, the *th day of April. A 1 > I'HSJ prlmnryiAY ,
t are not worthy of the space they oc-'i '.Mr. L. H. Ingram, Mrs. Everett K ( IVKKHTHKKT ( C J.IVINHSToN

this earth ]Ero[ %', n, Mrs. Sorello' Mrs. Clerk Circuit. Court, <) c iila Count* '
cupy on or the air they j Eugene Florida li51.MK FOIl < 01 > CII.'II"\o.
breathe. I I Bryan! and Mrs. Jas. Allan. 1 h..r.\' announcimyn' If a candidate .
t . . for ':election fnr < I\I. M % KIIt: !:
Ev'ry man has within nimseir inherent j City Councilman, and will appreciate. .pacpU
COUNTRY CLUB ACTIVITIES I your Iouppo.c.I .
qualities of success or failure, o "'P In herthv' irlven ilinl the un- A. s nr.r.T) .
The weather man has been decidedly derRlKned Sptclul. :MaHti-r, 'purHunnt u
end who knows till he tries what'he obnoxious to the golf: enthusiasts i a Final fiecree of ForecloRure, made I F?.ll COfV'CILMAVT '

may 'do. Discourage no one but the j jVnocken II for the past week or two, and the de and. D.rendered 1919. hy' on the the HonoruMv 6th day, JamesV.of MHrch.A. .. hereby<< announce roycelf a candl.date (
for City Councilman nf KtRHlmmee.
and lest he luge; of trie last of the week obscured 1 I'erklnn -
we say encumber Judice of the Circuit Court, and respectfully solicit the Rup-. -
the earth and poison the ail:. let's much of the course, completely put Seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. In port of the voters 4n the while rnan'nirlrrary.
and for Oriceola In .
chancerv
; County ,
ting to the usual activities .
a stop ofthe

hanp him. club. |.wherein pan, a" corporation nn-Harrls-Flullard wan. complainant Ccim- HOWARD KATZ That little chap's future depends
1 '
1 Next Sunday the usual putting and O. C McLean, et al were defendantR. I tFOK <'ITY CI.KIIK.
BLUE PRINT SHOWS FINE match will be held and . will offer for sale and sell. hethe 1
there hereby candle
promises ...... announce myelf a' -
.
leiral, hours of Rale Mr.
on Father!
date for re-election to thu office of
DOCK POSSIBILITIES to be held a sharp rivalry for th4f f 71h day. of April A. II.> lUld. to the city clerk subject to the action of the upon you,
honor of the lowest hh'h. Rt and bent bidder for .
I score. I I caeh. the 'white man n" ..primary and hereby solicit -

A mighty attractive blue print 'I Mrs. William S. Potter, of Lafayette !I following and belnir described In the landn Counties Rltuate.. of 0.Iv'llntr .-- the support of the qualified vo..r.and The influence of your personality and disposition will be reflected

unresting possible improvements Ind., who is occupying;: her handsome ', ceola and (.iran :e, State of Florida the good Influence of my other in him few
numerous friends In my behalf a hence.
winter residence Church and I ,via:. years
alonff the lakefront when the bulk on J. R Q1L.HERT

heading;: has been done, is being displayed Sproul avenue, is giving an afternoon' I All of Section!. Or.One B* ('.II..)',''. NnrtheaRtquarter YOUR WAYS WILL IN ALL PROBABILITY
I BE
tea at the club FOR CITV COrClI.MA.V
in conspicuous windows along] country Monday afternoon a.nd SouthweRt' quarter. of Sec-'
the business section of the city. when all who are interested in I 'tlon twyi (2) all of Seel Inn three < 3)) I hereby announce my..II'a candidate HIS WAYS.-IN YOUR STEPS DOTH HE TROD.
the club are invited to be It .leRR the Southwest quarter of theSuuthwent for re-election a* City Councilman
This print' provides for an present. .
'subject to the "white man'i"
I quarter thereof, all Section'ifour primary
ment dock to replace: the old has become customary to hold these! I, (4)> leRH. the SouthweRt: quarter filf elected I promise to Ktve the office Most essential is it then lo leach him' 'the way to this Bank.

the end of Ruby street. It amusl.-I teas when a silver offering is taken I the SouthweRt quarter thereof, ethe same pDln"lakln" cure! In the future Bring him with
for ornamental parking for the general expensed of the club 1 1 Kant half of the Knot half of Section that I haxe In the pant you occasionally as often as you can. when you
five ((5) Northeast quarter of Hoctlon F. H IAWSON.FOH .
i make
wAter front similar to that in the on Saturday afternoons, and Mrs. |,half of Northwest quarter of Kertion your deposits.

Broadway section that is attracting Potter's tea of Monday promises to seven 171 KaRt half and Ka..t half of CITY ('OI' {'II.'II' 'II'
such favorable notfce from the traveling I offer entertainment out of. the ordin-1|\VeRt half of Section ..I-ht l, (ISV.: ...., T herebv announce myself. a candl- Better stilL start bin with a little Bank Acconnt of
Imlf of date for councilman
Section nine 10)) Southeast for full term of
d pulilic and there would be a boat nry.Mr. I bafiin for pleasure crafts. I and Mrs. Wallace Rinehartand !, SouthwtRt: quarter of Southwot.quarter t the "white man'.." prlmarv 1 am for take

The commercial dock would be built Mr. and Mrs. William Rinehart. Mr. i. and South 81"' '-'I" <<< / and Mrs. "f Northwest quarter i>f Southwentiuarter GEOHQE W FOX .
Dalgarno all of
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at the end of Stewart avenue, one Mmneap1olis. ,, < of Section Seventeen (17) .
block north ''of its present location Minn., returned the first of the I.South' half of Section Eighteen (INI. 1 FOIl < 01 >< II.MAV.
end" between the streets the week from an auto tour of South ''arl of Section' Nineteen ( li) : Lol One I hereby announce myself. a' candldate -
epace Florida points of intere t. The Reinhart |III> and North half of Ix.t. Two ((21 and for the 'ear term as citv
could be set aside! for a city park. STATE
"iNortheaRt' \
cjuarter of SnuthweRt quar- tcouricilknun, and promise. If "elected to BANK OF
left I
This could be laid off with a fountain, /< Wednesday for their home 1"1' (part lot three) Si cllun Twentyelttht ''make every effort to bulkhead the
band stand and even a swimming in Minnesota. ((28) all Section Twenty-nine lake front
where the overflow from the Mr. andIrs.! Mealey, Mrs. Cobb (2S) leRH. Northeait quarter of Northeast W H ARNOLD
city
''a quarter I thereof, all Section Th I r-
well could be utilized for a and Mrs. Belnap were a pleasant par ,'YJ\30) East half of Section' Thirty-

( '. constantly changing supply of water. ty rnotoring to Tampa and the neigh- | ( > \VeRt half of Section Thirty- Classified Advertisements

It is gratifying;: to realize that all i I I I I wt'pk.I boring. points for a few days this two <((32)
this improvement that would so In Townnhlp Twenty-four. (24)) South::
t greatly add to the growth: of the city Mrs. Maude M. Blair of Pennsylvania Hanne Thirty-one ((31) E..",. MONET: TO LOAN-pn real e.tate

and to its pleasure as well is within I who has large holding in Cocoa In EaRt Township. half. of Tw'n.y.fo..r24)Section' Thlrtv-Rljt. (3&), ami cattle. George W. Fox Atty., RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00

..eaIY :reach. was domiciled) at the country club Hanpe, Thirty (110) East South. KI..lmm..e. Fla. 1213tpdFOR

this week. Mrs. Blair expressed de Southwect quarter of SouthweRt SALE-A good parlor organ, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH light at the club and its environment. quarter of Section Four It) : East half ley) aUo a wa.hln,r machine. Inquire
She is negotiating for a large acreage of Southeast of quarter: Southwest quar- at 815 Brack Bt. 12-lt-pd Offieert and Directors:
ter Southeast
9:45 a. m., Sunday School. J. L. tract far from quarter, South half of C. A. CARSON
Kissimmee. SouthweRt President
not |
quarter Southwell quarter WANTED Housekeeper. but M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P.
Overstrett, superintendent. Mr. and Mrs. William Dalgarno ot sctlon. Twenty ((20), Townnhlp me to work for. Writ'e tro..Yre: (,rood ,
11:00: a. m., preaching by the pasfOT. motored to Crooked Lak Tuesday Twenty.four (14) South Range. ThiTt home to rlg-ht party. A. J. Clltes, J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier
ty-one (31) Ea.t. ( EiceptlnR.,
however LouKhman, Fla.
Subject 'Stewardship. I 12-3t
a days' outing N. a
the North half of Section Seven CARSON M. KATZ
2:00 p. m.. Junior Kpworth League. ((7). In Township ,
Twenty-four ((24) FOR SALE
-Cypreas No 1
Incubator, ,
6:30: p. m., Senior Epworth League. S. 'B. Turner and wife of ,Cassopolis. South, Rantte Thirty-one" (31) East 120 fan: like new; bargain. Inquire ,!J! i C. A. CARSON, __ H. FLEMING, I

7:20) p. m., preaching by the pas 1 Mich., arrived in the city Wednesday I West halt!. Oe North**>la half( ...of..r.I .Northeast 704 M.bbette Street' 12ltpdStockman N. C. BRYAN, E. Il LESLEY,

tor. Subject, 'Talents of Opportun- << for a short stay. They are tour quarter. South half of the Southeast published at Jacksonvillepl
J. WADE
fly. I ing the stat* in their: car and are en,i ,Suarlr' the Northeast quarter of the copy of the Florida Farmer and TUCKER, Directors.
; UQDNETT P ( Southeast quarter of Section! One (1)), Tells about livestock
ator. r&lilnic
PIr. route for Miami. dairy- J
1)1 .,, jTownshlp Twenty-nv (26) South .
) / \ II I j jI I II lot poultry, citrus fruit and truckt I ..... .

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A. L. Rogers and wife were among
t'' .. Week of March I the tourists from Pennsylvania who t "The
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Phonograph With
.ooo. .ooo.ooooo i 4 New line of Shirt Waists just in spent some time in Kissimmee in A ; Soul"No ,
at the Bon Ton. ; Matinee 3:30.: Night 7:15-8:301, i,1 tour of Florida. They registered at

Weather Report i Born, to County Commissioner and the Park hotel. .

,.,,j ',.' '. I Mrs. .John Partin,. on Tuesday r March MONDAY Two houses to rent, 'one furnished:' Home';' is complete without. a
\. .1 ".. 4th, a daughter Selected, Feature- Nelson Realty Company ,,
':' .%': ,: !, A splendid line Silk .Hog for" ladies: 15th and )last episode of Mrs. L. M. B'.ackmore, who hasbeen P'f1- New Edison. They fill all the requirements -

':'!1 ,I Following are daily' temperaI.I I also''Lisle.and Silk Lisle. F., H.. Lr.w-; ."A FIGHT. FOR MILLIONS"" superintendent of the service at > sought for,by Phonograph Per '

tuns and precipitations as reported !;son.' the Iraystone hotel, has resigned her fectors_. '
by Government stationat I C. E. Holtslaw, a lumber decJer of' TUESDAY position and js no longer connectedwith l ,
.. Kis&irnmee fo- tbe week ending !'Kissimmee, was in Lakeland over ,Metro' :\ presents' Emily Stevens in the operating company. = Consider these fa'; .;. The New Ed-
Thursday, March 6, 1919: Sunday night.-Lakeland Advertiser.' "K1LDARE OF STORM." Mrs. Joseph Kleinmann, nee Miss ? Ison' is' .

Ma*. Mln. Rain i i Use Pyrox for spraying. Best for ,i Gaumont Weekly News. Jessie Padgett of Jacksonville, is vis ? Exact. in Reproduction./

Thursday __ ___ 75 C5 your garden. For sale by Central, j I I WEDNESDAY iting; her sister, Mrs. :Milton' Pledger. Perfect in

Friday __ ___ __- C8; 62 2.-00 Drag Store. |Vita raph presents Peggy. Hyland in ,Mrs. Kleinmann lived here for several -! Tone
1 Mr. and Mrs Steve Williams, of the / years and has a host of Kissim and hasUnbreakab1e
Saturday. ____ 74 68 INTRIGUE[ I
eastern section of this have mee friends.. I: Records
county _ _
Mutt
? | & Jeff in "Accident Attorney.
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Sunday n been visiting Mr. and Mrs.; Henry O. Private Otto R. Bleech, who has The Best Artists Obtainable
... Monday .._on 77 58 Partin and other relatives around THURSDAY just returned from France with his r The Best Selection of Music.

,. Tuesday- ____ n. 80 62 Kissimmee the past week. I William Fox presents Gladys BrockI honorable discharge( spent Wednesday :. I The :Most Wonderful'
't Wednesday __n 81 68 .39 Hatching Eggs For Sale-Genuine I I in night here on. his way to his St. ;:; Accompaniments
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: Cloude home. He registered at the
Ferris strain of white leghorns; 91.75: "THE FORU1DDEN ROOM.::
'.' . GOO H 0 0 0 0 CI 09. 0 0 CI 0 0 G H-Y per setting A. E. Thomas. Mf.! | Harrold Loyd Comedy. Manhattan hotel. , I k The Greatest Recording Room Direc

' :Mrs Rodney Snyder received word Rull Bass, :Mrs. Emma Wilson and I !i tor.
: .' .'; For Sale-Four mules, W. J. Miller from her brother, Ben F, Co'jb, Jr., I. FRIDAY her daughter Miss Jettie Wilson : i
fe 4C-tf :telling: of his safe arrival from overseas Select offers! Norma -Talmadge in motored to Eustis Wednesday where What more can you want? All the

"c'i\: . Dreco, at Central Drug Store. service. He i IB in the 840th Repair I "HER ONLY:' WAY." I they were the guests of T. J. Burck- above merits combined in'"The Pho-
'. the Squadron, and is now stationedat Keystone Comedy. Sid Chaplin in halter and family. Miss! Jettie remained nograph With a Soul."
Hats
; Showing of Spring at ; Newport News. I I "SUBMARINE: PIRATE." for a few days visit. .

Bon Ton Saturday. Vise! Albina Smith motored to Gaumont Weekly Graphic. :Mrs Edmond Smith Misses Fanny We Invite You to Hear Them
Mrs M.1rMadduxorOrangdCen-( and Laura Powers Rev.J .
daughters of
Campbell] Station Sunday to conduct:
ter, was'shopping! in Kissimmee Wed ]I SATURDAY Pike Powers, of Knoxville, and
;a ( : sing. She was accompanied >
nesday.'Dreco. community by Mrs. De 'oTeoSnd two Triangle presents!' Pauline Starke in [|their uncle, W. W. Marmaduke, werea CENTRAL DRUG STORE
I the remedy of National rep- small daughters Miss; Rhea 1'herigo'} 1 I "IRISH EYES." merry party enjoying an auto tripto
utation, for sale by Central Drug and :Mrs: E. E. Wells. Seventh Episode Pearl White in the Ijeesburg section the early I
Store. ,I I '"THE LIGHTNING RAIDER." part of the week, and a launch ride Phone 41
Pol. Tatum and wife, a prominent
Syd Piece, and his son, Clifford, of financier of Buffalo N. V.. who 'owns Comedy. on.they Lake were Tohopekaliga guests of G. C.later Livingston.Mrs. when. KISSIMMEE FLORIDA I
Bilsl in Kissimmee on
matters connected with the county )Inonville, was a guest at the Graystone ;I Coming Monday. March 17th: Winona Hatter arrived Sun- 'O'OO QOOOO'.O''OOO'OO'O'OO' D oo. ...
"': .' 'cl> '.rt this week for 'a couple of days this week to en- "HOUDINI," ,day from Williamsport Pa., where
.' Coming soon at the Casino Theater, joy the fishing here. He was en The Greatest of all Serials. |she has taken a business course, to ---- -
', Red "The join her mother, Mrs. I* C. Allen, who
) the great Cross picture, route for Palm Beach. .
\\.t l : ,, Cavell Case," or Edith Cavoll the For Exchange!: -some- good clear i'1 j Showing" of Spring: Hats at the recently returned to her home here.
Mrs. Allen has been
" ," ', woman the Germans shot: Bon Ton Saturday. employed as
r41 property in Georgid town, for\ land nurse for Miss Hazel Ward for the STEAM
rj;}] Furnished Flat for rent. Inquire near Kssimmee. worth 12500. Drugstore I I W. F. Graham, of Louisville, Ky., 'past two years and will accompany LAUNDRYFOR
;" /.. of W. B. Harris. tf. in the deal. 'Nelson Realty was among the sightseers here this her' patient to 'her northern home in
t.,r? Mrs. G. W. Persons, Mrs. A. ,V,. Bailey i. ,Company, week He stopped at the Park hotel Brobklyn, Mass, the first of June,
!Mrs. L. H. Ingram and Mrs. J. *'I r' Mr. and''' Mrs. :M.' A. Bowman, of )I Silk) Collars! for young men, 35c SALEGood
/. Roberson, motored to Orlando Ashland, Ohio who are spending the leach. F. II. Lawson. DEATH OF DR. L1GHTSEY-

Tuesday on a pleasure mission.Don't .winter in Florida places of interest f). W. Rule, a prominent attorneyof ( FORMER KISSIMMEE BOY
: forget to vail and see the fine were guests of the Graystonfe this Gainesville, was. looking after pro.
a' t j exhibit of paintings at Briggs Studio. week while looking about the city. fessional business in Kissimmee last Death one paying business for
.,J Open daily from, S 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., I W. Gomme, the district agent tor Thursday. claimed of our most someone,
and Saturday evenings, 7 to 9. 12.1t. southern counties and L. A. Hyatt, i Hear Carolina Lazzari the New popular young men Monday evening
on when
[ Dr. DeWitt Talmadge Lightsey at reasonable
a price. Owner
Franklin. ,district agent! for; the eastern\ counties has
Mrs. Maude !M. Blair, of Edison "The Phonograph with a passed away after a week's illness of
Pa., who has extensive holdings in ',of Florida were in town Wednesday Soul" at Central Drug Store. I I influenza which later developed into other
Florida well elsewhere, was a for a conference with County Agent I IJavens. business, which needs Ids
as
as j' Mrs. E. A Knano of St. Cloud, was pneumonia. Funeral services will be
'",''' ".' -. Client, at the Graystone % this week ,was a visitor in Kissimmee Thursday held this afternoon from the resi- attention. .,* .
c'while, looking about the.city. W. J. Steed has leased the Roma for the day. dence of V. A. Lightsey, Rev. Briggs

Yoshould ''see,,;,our;,new;Hats;:for; ,Thomas Iadieegand >,issesK: !j.Cnn 1 saves'\:;youri. I has:$!moved; :this! mother rsWA'Steed i"panied;,by;p his .wife l,was'l'I a rp guest)atthelbGraystone.hoteithis '/and interment will be made in Wood- A. :F. KRITZKISSIMMEE '
liaaister&MlsslAlice and brother .
self,someJmoneyjherelFlIULawson! week', while', lawn cemetery. ,' ,
Belled LwJfof| ) rtharll Lee.hereof romJBDe Land aboutthe, ,;The deceased was born in Kissim .
M fsT Batfrno7fwho; Mrs)' Steed hasi been Blocking] .t!( ,, y ;
pjdoingllff ountyI > '
'!' I mee and 3V' of ', lie
has ,been spending .the winter here' For' that coujrh'use/ Nyal's Laxa- was years r age.
I agent work but has given it up .to. be small when he moved to FLORIDA
looking after'her large orange grove | i tive Expectorant. Only 25<: at Cen- was a boy
son. iI
interests and enjoying( the Florida ames tral Drug Store. Phone 41. *. Polk county. He graduated from the
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climate, left Friday for her home. I G. Johnson, who brought 1 American school of Osteopathy at
family south to" enjoy the winter Mrs. M. S. Benjamin arrived from Kirksville Mo. and has been -
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Mrs. W Johnston"Naidanac - -
Mr. and A. 1 her West -
Virginia home this week
," North Kissimmee, returned having I while interests he, was is having looking 1000 after fine his Valencia grove and will be domiciled at the Park hotel .six years in Bartow where for by his the gentlemanly past five or CELEBRATED MEN VISIT KIS .. . . .0. . . . . . . . . .

Saturday form a two weeks trip i oranges! planted in his grove near during her stay here. j and courteous ways, he was a favorite SIMMEE.
Palm Beach
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visited Fort :Myers, ( Lake Russell. Mr.. Johnson has 1 Pat Johnston made "trip down .
24 to j among the old and young and numbers
. boat Miami,to and Tampa.Key West, returning by acres of grove in this splendid prop- his Canoe Creek ranch this week to his friends by his acquaintances. Cornelius Vandelbilt of New York *I EXHIBITION
erty. ';'investigate; the conditions there fol- He was married tep months ago to and Ralph de Palma, of America-at-
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Fine property, clear, in Toledo.Kissimmee I, Capt. Clay Johnson came up on a'lowing the recent heavy rains, :Miss: Ira Watson and besides his large, celebrated auto racer(: with two
to exchange for frrm land Nelson near Realt husiness-mission Monday from OlceeI). I J. M. Gardner made a trip to Tam- grief-stricken wife and mother, Mrs. mechanicians, in Mercer: car, passed and Sale ofPAINTINGS
worth $0,500. i chohee City, where he makes his pa in company with Dr. Winn the Bennie Lightsey, he leaves two brothers through Orlando at noon yesterday,
ty Company. % ;I headquarters while looking after his early part of the week for an opera- Henry Lightsey of Kissimmee, en route from the north to Tampa.
Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. J. M. !large shipping business Mrs. Johnson tion. They returned Tuesday. and Charlie Lightsey who is now in The party was here about an hour, :
Poulk, of Georgia: Mrs. J. L. Over- :I accompanied him on his return { J. H. liaisden and two sons came the West. I stopping, among other places at'the ,
street and 'two daughters, :Misses Lois Thursday and will remain there for a ,I up from Kenansville Sunday on a Indeed the town and entire com- Western Union Telegraph office. The "
and Eleanor, and C: H. Summers' mo- few weeks visit. (|business mission. They made the man- munity is saddened by the loss of celebrated gentry were however, recognized -
tored to Orlando Monday afternoon W. O. Dean, of 'Nashville, Mich., hattan hotel their headquarters. their friend, one who carried a smile : by but a few of the towns atBriggs'Photo
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for a few hours outing. and :Miss: S. E. Dean, of Los Angeles, Sergt. G. B. Munn, who formerly and a pleasant word and wonderful people. Mr. Vandelbilt is well, knownon &
New ,/line Ladies Lace Oxfords, Calif., are spending some time herewith dived in Kissimmee and who has distinguished influence for that which i is good, over the East Coast, and so is de Palms I ArtStudio[
brown and black; $6.50 to $7.50. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ,| himself in the aviation everyone he met. He will be greatly but it is not believed that either one
Should see them before buying. where. F. H. Lawson. were called to Kissimmee by the serious l life not only in our city but They are looking the state over, to
Owing to the rain last
Private Westervelt of Kissimmee illness of Mrs.Dean! who we night heavy of Friday all of South Florida. Bartow has get more familiar with the central : t III Saturday March t 15th
no meeting the board of, .
. spent last night here en route home are glad to report is now improvingand never been in greater grief over the and western sections.
trade
held but it is
was ,
time in the hoped there 1 loss of one of her young men than ip The party drove from New
after serving for some thought to be out of through *
danger. will be attendance *****< *+ ** **>f,
a good
oversea forces in France. lit: has I topight the death of Dr., Lightsey.We York in the Mercer, which attracted
received his discharge and is glad to Hon. W. J. Sears returned to his Leon Stein, of St. Louis, was among extend our deepest sympathy attention because of its warlike dec You Are Cordially Invited
l II home again.-Lakeland Star. duties in .Congress last week after an the visitors in Kissimmee this week, Ito the bereaved ones in their hour of orations. On the hood reposed a Ger- I
e "xtended visit to his home in this city. spending Wednesday here on a pleas sorrow.-Bartow Courier Informant. man helmet, a trophy of the big\ push .00to.0 Otoooco.0.o 0.oI
Mrs. J. S. Cadel, accompanied by Mr. Sears was called here by the ill- ,lure misioh. lIe stopped at the Gray- Henry Lightsey was called to Bar- in which Mr. Vanderbilt was a des- .
of Asheville, N. I I '
Mrs. James billiard ,ness .of Mrs. Sears, whose conditionis stone.-- tow early in the week by the news of patch rider with the American forces. I .
C.: and Mrs. E. D. Katz, were Mrs. visitors Cadet I so much improved as to permit his Mr. and Mrs. Marshall of Jefferson the serious illness of his brother and Both men reported the roads to the I.i I' him one of the highest salaried per-
in Orlando formers in
Wednesday, return to Washington. Congress! ad- II at his at the time of his north in vaudeville and gained for
bad
which has been Ohio) were among the tourists was bedside! condition, so much so in
home her him the title
bringing car of the handcuff
journed last! Tuesday and Mr. Sears spending some time in the city this death. southern Georgia that they shipped kln8'1 but
newly' painted. I, will be home again in a few days. {,week. They were guests at-the Manhattan A number of relatives and friends the car from Brunswick to Fernandina. many new thrilling feats as .
W. C. Bass, and his son. W. C. Jr., hotel I who motored down to Bartow to be It usually .conceded: by critics
Dr. R. M. Buckmaster, osteopathic -
Mrs. J. L. Overstreet and their sister an i that the choice of vehicle for Houdiniwas
at the funeral services Mr. Vanderbilt
present were described
was by.
physician of Arcadia, is preparing Chas. C. Cleveland and Harry K.
Poulk of Georgiamotoredto a most happy and that "The
Mrs. J. M. one,
Howard Anderson Misses Irene Hil- those who saw him here as
a
to move to Kissimmee and engage ;Bowman, of Winter Garden, were person Master
with
Fort Meade for the week-end llard. Mildred Li htsev. Mrs. Wood of, modest demeanor, giving no hintin Mystery" eclipses anything
that in the practice of his profession. I business visitors in the city the early /
of ever produced
their brother M. J. Bass, Tyner and daughter, Mrs. C. Buck his manner of being scion of the in serials.
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He has rented offices in the State part of the week, making their headquarters As the
-" .q pine, last week.F. Bank building, which are now beingrenovated ( at the Manhattan hotel. les, lKatz 'and Mrs. E. D. Katz. great Vanderbilt family. De Palma'I I chapters the picture consists of fifteen
H. Graham is a lively mixer, and chatted with the Casino will show a new
and A.
N.
Pettigrew and for
gotten ready occu Guests and friends
of :Mr. and Mrs. episode week for fifteen weeks.
both of Fox Lake, Wis, are spending pancy. Dr. Buckmaster was here this |Newhouse
a portion of the winter in Kissimmee. week making arrangements to move last evening in honor of Mrs.- having' pleased Almighty God, in. about three o clock when the visitorshit
; the pike towards Kissimmee1. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
This is Mr. Graham's first visit to his office and
J family at an early date. S.
I Carpenter. Music and refreshments His Providence to call from this earthto Orlando
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this section, but Mr. Pettegrew been here will All the friends who enjoyed Mr.Putman' I were the order of the evening. her final reward, the wife of our : party ReporterStar.The sperft several hours here There was services in this church
be remembered having last
as Sunday night for tho first timein
Bible lectures will be beloved Sovereign, R. L. Ingram, of
gladto
nix I Ernest A Lord and George North, much to the pleasure of those who
or seven ago. weeks the af-
years of
account
many on-
hear he is coming down with :Mrs.' Haines City, Florida.
prominent attorneys of Atlantic City I were on the street at that time and
10 acres land, suburban, god Nebraska McDuffie Friday evening, and will accompanied by their wives were vis- Therefore, be it resolved; That we viewed with more than usual instinctthe I diction'he In the family of the pastor,
town, arranged for poultry in give a very interesting lecture(: to itors in Kissimmee! Wednesday; bow .in submission to Him who in His distinguished men and their .fine feeling that he could not do more
several incubators, household them at :Mrs.: Pfann's on than hold the services at the morning
lustry, residence. Everybody their wav to Tampa and St. Peters mercy dispenseth all things after His car.
roods, all goes; clear. Value 7000. cordially invited.! Time, 7 to burg. They registered at the : divine will.Resolved. hpur.
Want Kissimmee and land. I 8 and those The regular schedule is now being
property ; wishing to attend the stone. sedond that Osceola
Nelson social at :Mrs.: GraY-I HOUDINI A FILM STAR. maintained. Sunday school at 10 a.
Realty Company. Tucker's will be in Camp No. 79, Woodman of the World
C. P. Whipple, of Binghampton, N. good time after the lecture. I James Earle Lupfer, who extend to our esteemed Sovereign and Houdini has finally succumbed to m.; preaching at 11 a. m., and 7:30
,misfortune to fall and'' fracture the' family and relatives, sympathies of the lure of the films, and will make o. m., and prayer meeting Wednes
Y. who has the of Fred W. Davis of
greater part
spent Kalamazoo
bone of his day evening at; 7:30.
arm a short time this his debut the of
bless the
ago and His divine on screen Casino
the winter here looking after prop Mich., spent a few days in Kissimmeethis was taken Orlando camp may The "Victory Fund CompsJgn" i is
to Sunday for Theater March 14th
an lead on when the
ings ever them and ,
interests in Florida has sold his week his accompany
visiting old time
erty friend
operation. It now on and efforts are being pushed
was found that a splinter to a final reunion in the. Heavenly first episode of "The Master Mystery -
farm of the limits to J. D. Woodbeck. Mr. Davis
east city
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just was pas- from the fracture had fallen down Home. ," B. A. Rolfe's fifteen chapter to .bring this church over the top in
W. E. Smith, who will immediately sing through on the bus, en route into, the elbow, and its removal and resolutions serial will be shown the movement. ,
Resolved, third that .these
move on to the place and make con"iderable from Tampa to Orlando, when he ac- the placing of it in the ; super' The members and friends of the
poei- of 'The Master is
thereIr.. cidently learned that his proper be spread on the minutes the Mystery" not in rally
improvements former church to
tion .required operation of an hour the family the nature of of the are earnestly urged
Camp and be sent to an famous
a cope expose
Whipple priced his property at $10,- friend lived here, and decided to stop and forty-five rmnutes. The little Houdini to J all the interests with promptnessand
feats
also be in Kissim of self
published the liberation buta '
000 and received in part payment two over and visit a while with him. fellow is zeal. .
residences on Brack and Main streets, Needless to say J. D. was triad to see he has suffered gradually greatly.improving Mr..and, though Mrs. mee Valley Gaflette. .thrilling Reeve mystery story by ArthurB. _W. B. WITHERSPOON., Paftor.Subscribe ,
C. H. GRANTHAMT. and Chas. A. Logue, in
so he still remains identified with the his friend and showed him the sightsof
Lupfer
expect to him home the
bring C. WATSONA. which Houdini performs not only
business interest of Kissimmee. Kissimmee and St. Cloud.
.11 last of the week. S. GILBERT. elaborations of the stunts that made for the Valley Guette.-"i t

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I SPRAYING CITRUS TREES FOR. WORK AND HOMES [fOR i CONFIRMEJHESTIMONY I


: BROWN SPIDER AND RUST MITEThe I COUNTRY'S FIGHTING MN[ I The Kind: Kiftslmmre. .Headers CannoiDoubt. fWRIGLEYSI


thi Q. What do you mean, work and
interior of
The rust mite develops <>n both i the iuftlitiy< of the ,. homes I Dean's Kidney: Tills have stood thE
It l av< s and fruit, although its presence .. fruit 'is not ddmajred f and rusBcjU-d} J or i 1 6 test .,
is often overlook are as palatable at ''I'riirfr t: | A. Jut this. There is a bill slow,
the forpier angel(
on I The test of time-.the hardest tes'
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ed. On the forage the presence oi' ones, the market demands. n linirh] *t: before Congress asking for an ups >- of all. .. !
the mite causes the leaven to lose'{fruit tend russets uniformly bring. i j j propriatlon of $100,000,0(10; which! if Thousands grcatfully' ,i
I t@stify

their /gloss though and becomes by drought.somewhat. The; lower Infffted price." grapefruit sometimes dJop (... "passed partment will to enable begin work the Interior n't once }developing Ie.-1 i To quick rtlitf! -to lasting' results ii i 11111111..1111111ong.lasting
(curled as Kissimmee leaders can no_ ]ongeubt ii liii ;;;
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It''athHyJkinJC'skm" cooperative" farm settlementsfor
leaves are never killed, howe\'er. the i \'( a grayish ; / (' the evidence.It's .
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attack resulting merely in the con tailed] "tud hkin. Tc-rhaps this n soldiers and sailors in all or neatly convincing

_. -niderablcchecking of' the vigor of the not entirely! due to rupt mite but, all of the States, 1 and well confirmed.testimonytwicEtold i

plant. The rust mite avows exposureto !1 however? : if the runt :mite is controlled Q. Who will get the farms? I I Kit>simme readers should) profit "H'
sunlight, and !hence the l lower hall in the orange' "Hut-kskinnintr" dicap-i A. Those who create them by working these ,experiences, '

of the fruit is nearly! always firH. invaded ,curs, which for shows its development.The that the mites. arenecessary on drainage, clearing, Irrigating.improving ; Mrs. .J. L,, l1el man, 208: Lake fct liii ( bars
and only gradually does themite1 !unit the lands. the '
? attacks the mi{ .KUsimmee, gave following statement
T f spotted e
work itself" around to the upper red > confined !largely to, I I Q}. Who will pet, farms ? February. 22, 1911 ;, "I have
surface, frequently n. small Portion or spider are A. That of 'I in) each package.,
t exposed very to the direct ra>'s of the the under side t>f the l leaves, which' depends on the.! amount used Doah's Kidney: Pills' and ha\*
Und reclaimed . found them to be beneficial IIn1(
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very
beneath
tine web .
covered with a ,
rust .
nun remaining unattacked.. The which lire the --mite feeds. The first in- Q. Js the plan only for men' who helpful) I had kidney trouble wjjjjh)
mite itself is very minute, practically have been across? caused of after
dimtion of its is usually a me a lot annovance and l
iiresenc-e The bluest
.] yellowing! in' streak and (spots! on the: A. :No. It is for all of the mail using Dean's as directed "'they i ,

broad., It is pcovidtd upper! surface of,the ]leaves. The under [I who have'worn Uncle Sam's, uniform: brought, ; me great! relief.. 1' feel) iusti-
times as long as
head' i-urfure( beconuci( soiled) : 1 by 'the accumulated '- till 'the great war. lied in reconiniendim* this remedy a? :
its !
with four minute, leJ"s1t 1 value. inrefreshment
I' 1 excrements Mn the form of Q. Where i is this land located ? a medicine of-merlt.n
of which it < \ ,
extremity, ilY1'1('a liS z1 { .
I' A.; In practically every State In On .Mrirch 21Ilfl: Mrs. Teaman
its wormlike body hlowly from minute black spots and by the web I .
cliag the Union thorp) are la'tge areas of said: "Since:; Oopn's Kidney PM
The are of the nite.) On badly! attacked! trees / i
to another
one! plt eggs land There is (try land in the, West curedrue, '' kidney
circular! and are deposited .singularly/ the foliage 'curls ant j-hrivt-U]. und the some years ago vf' y
of their that needs wafer, which can be provided complaint 1 haven't: noticed return 24 .,
,or in little clusters) on the surface of trees may l< c half or more a : n y
the leaf I the diameter of tlie mother and near of the half formed! fruit. I In the Kant'art'! large areas of cut- I ant glad to recommend' thisremedy. you ,can possiblY -

ly transparent in (color having however 1 The runt mites and red jipidejre are ,O"l'r.or logged-off timber Ifind, from ."
tinge. They '1, insecti- which it will be necessary lb< blow the Trice foe<( .. at oil dealers. Don't '
slight yellowish lui
rintcn a in.; four/ or five daysin, hot ,cidoa.! stumps and clear off the underbnifht, simply :ask for a kidney remedy-get ; buy. .

weather, but .in cold weather the egg ,, luJphurl."nrl! for many years sulphur) In the South is. a large amount of cut- Doan's, Kidney l'i1s-t! same that
stage may, last for one or two weeks,'j I sprays nave then suceessfuily used over land and swamp land which must ]Mrs' .Reaman had Fcnter-:Mlburn: 1s I
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The ,,newly hatched mite is very cimH. jto combat these! pests. Lime-sulphur ,be drained. Co.. Mfgrs.\ ,_Huffalo. N. Y.
r tl; the adult. Al.out a week after'I solution is no doubt the best form of Q. Could I get a job near niy oH I
a 1 bntchrn'g, it undergoes! a tran-format ,'sulphur! which has ever been devisedfor 1 home? than 100 farm homes surrounding a ; } / A BENEFIT to teeth '
b <;'n, or molts requiring a period of their control. Although experiment A. Probably )'ou.'ould. These proposed town so that you will have near ,
about fdity-eight: hours, after whithit are being carried on using settlements are scattered allover neighbors, good roads over which tn
breath appetite.and
escapes} from the old skin, which ''barium tri-sulphur and, dry lime sulphur the country, and it i is planned I to bring your produce to town, and a J Q
t' remains adhering! to' the leaf'or1 fruit I sufficient 'data ,has not been re. have one in each! state, if Congress' market for the sale of .your produce .
,_ for some 7ittle time. This molt brings 'ported 1 so as to make any definite provides!< the money for construction. within a short distance from your digestion.The! .
't'' the mite into its adult stake, in which (statements as to the results ()htained'i Q. How about wages ? farm home.
r i is somewhat darker in color than :''In using lime-sulphur, ene A. You will be' paid fair wagcs"bv: I Q. How many acres will my farm ,
the young and opaque. The (entire ':the solution to seventy or seventy- 1 the government while doing the work contain ? I price is 5 cents.
: 1 developement of the mite is short. '''five gallons) of water should be used. !-iust ,as good wages as you would be A. This wilt depend upon the location ;

: I probably, not exceeding, in warm To bp sure of hnving bright fruit. able to get in ,outside, work of like and, kind .of farming you engage I
i; i weather two weeks |(the grower must! watch constantly for character.Q. ; in. For genera) farming from 40 tuf0 .. nwW
The food of the mite seem to ./be, ,these posts and when they are noticed Would I be enlisted! ? (acres each, live stork from t>0 t I Tr I
I 1 the essential oil which j ji- abundant ,nplv the spray. They al'P'I'r" abun- A. No. The-\vork is only for men 100.acres., fruit farms ].r to 20 acre ,
r in all the succulent parts of citrus'! dent in the spring and it is advisable!! who have )been honorably discharge 1 and truck from 5 to 20 acres. j .
, plants) and ,which obtained by the that the grower '.pl'nn1'l'i soon 'aft(>r from the service.Q. !i Q. J don't know anything about! I
;1 mites by piercing the ojl cells,! with the fruit seta. way about the size of What kind of work is it? farming, but would like to get a f i-m: I The _II I
their Ix-iiks.. These mites; while ex- a p''a 11" possible< u":1'I1: r the lime-eul- A. The government: will have workof home. How will I learn to farm '' j I
i, \ ('p-sivelv minute, are capable of very I nlmr solution as >lv'R"d; elsev l">re' nil kinds in connection with tl1t' 0 A. Competent! iiiRtrjuctors ins farrr pI'' fC t A ',
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nctive locomotion', moving from; one In this article. V. ".. .IAVKX: <'::. !ttlcments, from, the highest teclinir practice will l b e stationed on each |pie 'I 6 Pt
I' part 9f the fruit and leaf to another. j J I Ins County gent, l and' clerical positions to that of jest to teach the men like you how t" I l
1 the condition of light! and food labor. make a success of farming! : Flavor[ .M
I necessitate. As stated above, it is n I MKinrivK( ; \ s.:>1: root) )!). I Q. :Now how about! getting a ]loom Q. You any that this ,plan,! dl'l"n".j| l .-

\ nicking' animal-which extracts the oil Mo, n<,it !buy, something') 'eh yna'out of this. ? on Congress parsing this lull. The i iwhy P wn /
\ from !both fruit and leaves resultingin already have You have food which A. After you have helped build the are you asking me these questions | I
an in inn' to the rind of the former you feed, jour horse' cattle: md) 1 j, canning; it to turn a russet! brown and sheep. l but when yoU want med'cino.buv : over land I of stump., or built the A. Because! Congress: has ziskel'th'-
to fail to d\elop normally Although ditches to drain the land after Interior I>
only medicine...: That is. what_! you swamp ; epai tnieiit to make a preliminary
fret in 15. A. Thomas' :Stock !Remedy. ) you have helped to erect homeiam investigation' of possible settlements WRAPPCO
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We F'ell it and |!'unranto" it to be ,and l s, built\ fences construct"* throughout the country, and / tNi .
i medicine. We t tell :\'Othat it Ivi11I]) i,roads. and laid out town sites built;] also wishes to know whether if construction t ( wa 1UN e -
Crystillized Salt fish I tone up, the entire system!< of your creameries cannciios' warehouses, ;: of these settlements: is au 4 i p
tock and aid digestion! thereby rausPI !schools, etc.: after VQU have, in fart thorized the soldiers sailors, and marines
I Direct From Our Fishing Boats : ', them to get all the f"od value out actually reclaimed the land, the government would be, interested! in securing Iliii. :: tiiffl
"i'< the grain' thi'tnu feed th m.- will allow you to pick out work! and homes on hOse settlements.! ...

To You I Waters & Carson Grocery Company ono of these farms planted in crops. ,
I Q. Does the government give me TRAINED _NURSE ADVISES PEOPLE - -
Delicious; Fresh Caught Salted :.1. SAYS THE STATE MARKETING this. farm for nothing? I I -

Fish direct to the consumer by l| BUREAU. A. :Np.;: And you wouldn't want I "I was a great sufferer of stomach E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

prepaid parcel post -or express!!' : I - I the government to'do it. The plan is and liver trouble and cannot say Jacksonville, Florida
15 Ibs for $2.00. i 1 Farmers' Bulletin 101'J, by the U.I j to arrange for you to pay for your enough in praise of Mayr's Wonderful J
r, S. department of agriculture Washington \farm home in small payments' over along Remedy. It has done so much far me Fertilizers, Insecticides, Sprayers Poultry Supplies .

Special price in Barrel l lots. : LI. C., is entitledv"Straininj the! ,term of of 4 years, cent with interestat and I recommend it to other sufferers. For thirty years we have been manufacturing fendizrM inhi.. Stale--we have taiitfied cus>-
rate annum.Q.
Milk.: It also contains a l lift of other per per I was a trained nurse in Marine ana lomcM in Florid.
I If you have never tried o rt: bulletins on the subject of milk and j How about stock and. farm implements other hospitals years ago, therefore in every county '
Crygtalized Dry Salt Fish you t how to profitably care for I it. ? ''many came to me for advice. 1 certainly Writ For L. rl Trie: U.t. Prioe always i.! Rise; with Q..lifT
'A. It is .nlanned that the government -
have missed a rare treat. received great benefit fromMa'r's
t I I will also< furnish; with the --_ ---- - -- ,
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"Machinery: for cutting firewood, you Wonderful, Remedy. It is a -- -- - -
THE ST. GEORGE CO. t ''ia the title ''of Farmers' Bulletin 1023 necessary stock and farm implements! simple, harmless preparation that removes ,
\i just issued by the U. department: of, to be paid for by you in small payments the catarrhal mucus from the SEEDS '
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' .St, George oD.the Gulf a3,, agricultureWaehingfonaI n.'. Ca The snread over several 1 years,",.', /.,,!,intestinal tract and i allaysthe4inflamfmationliwfiichi o "\>-
'; We'carryall he 'leading varieties of seed which ha\e been tested "and.;d known
.'APALACHICOlA" : bulletin!i4free> andXdescribesl l the r dif gfe Q- WhereJwilllltget\ j )th .money tG ; causes practicallyJgastomachSJiverJandCintestinal \] *
I .. -,, FLORIDA'*; /eren types of wood sawing outfits make t>v'n'theehmalJ!, f pay mcnts.' 2jtlmIKAiftVouIshould "ai1m ''tt' J tobe, best adapted to our oil and climate t __
_........,..., ,', ,. ;M 1rIi".A;;; :& to rsaveTthe .
ibolablej |JncludinffTappendicitislpOnefdosetvn NEW CROP SEED MILLET:{
l aaa a CORN. s SORGHUM RAPE : EGYP
caaa The U S department of agruulture'WashingtolltC amountfbfithefl firstjpaymenjl'outtof.government convince orj|money.ref unded Jp.T| a.z TIAN WHEAT: *.TEXAS SEEDED'' RIBBON CANE* wiWONIONSETS :
workln for the
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; \ .; offers"valuable yourstwagesvwhile Roberson'and "druggistseverywhere? ,,' ,
Duval Hotel information in Farmers' Bulletin helping to build these : ENGLISH PEAS : BEANS, etc., etc.

H.II; 947 948, and ttttl on the "Care settlements. The balance you should THE ORANGE.The SEED POTATOES all varieties. POULTRY 'and BEE SUPPLIESWe
.. and'repair of farm implements." i be able to pay for from the proceeds ask thai call for information
JAf.K"'O".I." FI.netl you on us any desired in our line. Thi-
sale is the leading fruit in
of the of orange
MM) IIOCIMS. no N4TH>< which every American farmer should your crops.
OPJI"MI 1 h iioKtoifirc All. modern Im- read.( They are sent free to any ap- I Q. I think I should like farm life Florida, says vrovfrnerLtti' elevator' l rli' on. tcricn. \ Bureau. OUR NEW SPRING SEED
is and
plicant. but I don't like the idea of being too : Usually it considered SUPPLY CATALOGUE IS READY. Write .
Kat without tt and
"1\| ut
far from oilier neople. merely 'as a table desert or to suc':',
with .bath t1 fin .per p ntminV. SJOIICB. away for your copy today.
Mgr The country is apparently enteringan I A. It i k the plan if Congress pas for its juice between meals. Oil. es-
era in which the bulk of the b.>ef es t the bill now' mending before it, toM sence and perfumery are now being
cattle will be produced on comparatively -I il,1 what are known as community made from the skin, and the peeling
small farms.! This is the localeouence "p/tl'mpnh. each containing; ant 1\1' I can also] be crystalized with sugar and s
I a very fine candy made from if. with ,
HOLDERS OF - - -- e
of the dis-nppeaiance of the most and flavor.. .
J is lasting delightful
free range Jf the Rest and the mieased I
COULD NOT BEND Jamaica orange oil is well known asa
price of beef and beef pio1 -
regular article of commerce
LIBERTY BONDSare dlldll. !
I I OVER TO TIE HIS Besides being: a source of profit the
tree adds much to the
1 orange very
The of the largest
problem gettirg
advised to hold them. If beauty of 'the about the home. TINS
p< ssihle) yields of fruit is largely the scenery .. OLDEST .
STRINGSBACK Loaded with fruit in background
golden
must Fell, deal only with JHOE a -
you problem of providing: the trees and
of it is real ESTABLISHED SEE
glossy a 7btlrlERMeWEEKLY
t responsible bankers. We vines a full supply of the elements of I green WRITE. IOa CATALOG s
plant food and moisture renuired. Its WAS STIFF, FULL OF RHEUMATISM .,I out picture.fragrance And when not in equalled bloom it by sends any PRICE LIST HOUSE IN FLORIDA

Buy and Sell i therefore( n matter very largely in MUSCLES SORE AND other tree.

f the hands. of ,the fruit grower DRAWN, THIS FLORIDA MAN j The problem of getting: the largest n

LIBERTY BONDS NOW GIVES PRAISE TO DRECO possible' yield of fruit is largely the
The Farmers' Bulletin No. 720, discusses : problem of providing for the trees
a'' All Issues and Denominations.. the possibility of raising mal THE NEW ROOT AND HERB a full supply of the elements of plant ,

".' Write us interested.. lard ducks as an industry, and also MEDICINE. food and moisture required. It is
the food habits of the black ."
dusky or therefore a matter very largely in the **+*<**&s-'jr+<+ac->
TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA duck and the Southern black duck, To those persons who suffer from a hands of the fruit grower.A % }
i which are closely, related to the mal recent issue of Nature scientific
a
weak back, headache, sore muscles .
Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000( lard. The way to get the bulletin i i. I of .New York that
and stiff, rheumatic joints, this letter paper says I
Member 'tlrnl IttHerxe S> at. m to write to the department of agriculture ! will be of great interest. It is writtenby 'Orange juice which has been treated j
,. Washington, n.) C. and ask forThe
ATLANTA, GA.STUFFED it. :Mr. R. W. I'endarvis. the well I with dialysed iron or with fullers I fL
known farmer of Dmsmore-- Fla., I earth retains practically all its anti- f'I
i Jacksonville, who sdys: scorbutic activity. A mixture of iFertilizers
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i automobile industry finds comfort |equal parts of juice and au- ,
"I suffered from such pains in my orange
in the growing business I of the back that I could not stoop over far [tolysed yeast will both cure and project I i ii

DP WITH j( newly formed discount corporations enough to tie my ,own shoes. I was from attacks of polyneuritis and
I which handles the notes of those who stiff and my joints hurt me continually. I scurvy. Orange juice can be filered 1'
..borrow to buy cars. A number' these (through a Berkefield filter without
I :My bowels were bound up and l
"A BAD COLD?" [, corporations are reporting record- my stomach was weak, often ,fillingup I( losing an appreciable amount of its
I breaking business. Another indication with foul gas, and kept me checked I antiscorbutic activity." So the orange i -:- I If

of the determination of every up. My liver was Inactive which I has other qualities aside from being Ideal Brands as ever will give you :::
American to own n motor car is the gave me headaches, dizzy spells coat eaten, its juice has medical value as
Get busy with a bottle of numl.er of chattel mortgages filed ed tongue and that lazy, drowzy, no la, lotion. best results. :f.
Dr. Klnft'a New Discovery covering such purchases One Kansas account feeling I' seemed to have Owing to the high cost of procuring I

at once town of 5.000 population reports for lost my energy, my sleep was brokepand Spanish and Trench wines the manufacture {. Complete -formulas, any analysis.' t.:
s ty-eight mortgages filed I in January.It failed'1 to refresh me and my appetite of orange 'wine promises! to s
went off to nothing become OJjite! an industry in the West l :; Proportioned to prevent waste. f:
is well to erase thinking of education Indies. This has been
Coughs i cold and bronchial attack "I kept reading every day about beverage manufactured
r _they are all likely to result in danger- in terms of. school and to learnto I>reco and it seemed to fit my case in small quantities for local Prompt shipment. t:
1 ova aftermath unless checked in time. think of it in terms of labor, remembering exactly. I bought a bottle and that consumption for a number of .
And bow effectively and quickly Dr. that labor is the common was the best money I ever spent. years in both Jamaica and Trinidad, .
King'. New piaccxvery helps to do the raw material of all human life, and Dreco has knocked my pains higher and for the reason above stated its {:
1 checking: world Inflamed irritated giving to the word a meaning suffi- than a )kite. My back ia limber and manufacture now being considera-
E membrane* are Boothed, tbe mucous ciently broad to cover every man who supple. I can stoop and bend at will, enough to meet the increased local Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co:
n pfclerm looeened freely sad quiet has a definite occupation in the social bowels Acting/! regularly and easy; bly extended in quantities large Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers :
I .. irotful l sleep Iouows.Mdfugpsubsvs. fabric. The aim of education is that rheumatism eased, and my muscles demands. I
It. Sold since 1869 every man shall be trained to enjoy normal. Dreco is fine medicine andI Jacksonville Fla.orove'a .

> i MI i i his day' work, and to produce a good gladly recommend it." CABARET SOCIAL AT '
article whatever it Ive, from a pictureto Dreco is made from juices and extracts MRS. J. J. TUCKER'SMrs. 4
I Constipation Emaclpatlon a brick or. in raising corn or chick of many medicinal herbal .oo.o o.... .o.o OOto oooooo ooooooo = oo :
No IOt'e,1an bowels, yellow corn.Olptthra'skk ens or cucumbers.If which act the vital ,
headache, indigestion plants on organs C. N. Paver and Mrs. J. J. --- ,- -
breath when Ule a*. I'n a pleasant and prompt manner. Tucker are giving a cabaret social at
embrM30& you chill Tonic
oonectlee .' Kite* New life Pill. you have anything to sell, tradeor I Dreco is ndw sold by all 'good/!: druggists the home of Mrs. Tucker tonight for Tasteless Piles Cured la 6 to 14 Day ,
They nrrtematUe tbe tyrtem u4 keep exchange try our classified column. throughout the country and is the benefit of the Presbyterian Aid restores vitality ODd energy br purify: It cod enrlcblnl rnttlM *reload nwpej If PAZO OfNTMCNT tall .
highly recommended In Kissimmee by tbe blood You can toon feel iu Stnafth.eokut. to cure Itchino.Blind. Bleedta or PratnidloM Pa..sfastA .
ia invited
It Society. The public) generally
JH vorkf laoUat cbcarf bring result. .
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t ,,j __ the Central Drug Store. -. to be present, Ja..tiDC EBoct.: : Price: Me., & sleep after Iphllist .ppdcaSoa PI cob Watt


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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1919" SEVER

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J' I West of fhe right of *:a>' of the 'Klup.Ida "'Irla. factories war''ou''a. :' net fly hand a.nd official seal i.Restnlutlon of time Council: of the
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: WHEN YOU SUFFER ORANGE CENTER I Hilnt' Const B.al WRY ; All of /,.-- .nml ( ,' works .ol'.e.il. ".... ,, K.""lmm.\1.| 'gild, Stalin and <;<>iiut > Clly'f of KII.ln..a on February (Xh,

I. ions I 9. 30. alul ; In Tuwnshlo. .I 24,. to that enil to ,uu)' oxx n, and d''I' Him, thw IRtlt day of February, .A. I I'. lulu a ruity, rif which Is) hereto aU".h-
South., Han it" 86 Knst, of real ostatu ed and puhllsH
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morr4 Y. accompanied Al of S.etionq SO and 31 : In Town. To curry on any or nil business*** N. r. 38ll.i.l> RHEA l'ItitRIiCt. Time voters are

FROM RHEUMATISMAlmMt by Miss Jessie Morrey and I 25 South Kanife ,3 Kant.' manufiiv'turs.r.. producers, Notary' Public. State of Florida. herphy r"U".Iqu.llfed -as oftlcern.if
All of rt.-cttoiiH 26 861 In Township 01.11) .rv.

Mrs. Dickinson i whol..h' nnd tvtatl. Inpnrt..r ? commltisUm. expires Sept 7, \\t3t si hi I Unnd 'Election :
were Sunday quests 2ft South Hiinun 8 East ""p 'rt.. KenenillV In.U. tu- .J..M'\"'!iliviOn. Jr. II. C. Stanford.
at the hone of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. All of Hiction I 18: In Township tlii>n ns In the eliss of . .. N Hrntton and F3. l I' Kntx
7 I 26 South. Range 35 . merchanrilHe.. nnd .ti> manufacture I t'
Flathers. IN WHJ-3RKOF
WITNESS.
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any man will tell you :Messrs. James and Ernest Oliver:\ Al of of H 8ectlon. etlon 2<'>.; 7.All-of 16. and, H.<*,10 lli;>ns w..t 3H 'duce.las ad.p.drill" '. prepare In any ..materials buy. sail and otleO" TION "i., ...ii'ito. ,.'t my hl".I. a. l\'or 'hal<

that Sloan's Liniment were recent'visitG s at the home of 'S3 and 34.; In Towhuhlp "24 South

their sister .Mrs. I Will Schucks, on itange 39 Runt th. Incidental to such )lireto..rl..rat.aftled.! and the same, attested;
I Half of M..ntlon t; Kant nt
Municipal lload Klfcllon.
means relief Lake Ruby. II alt 12 ; of Seotlon 13, Hilt and production.To Xprrlsl )iy the City Clerk. ,, this 18th day of
/.u.. .1 "l.t.,1 do Kimernl business as Cum -
Mr. R. E. Bronson and family. and I j, 21 In ( 'North 27 Half llanire 36East sion M.-...''. sellvng avid fn nd.l 4ind hy x'Irt ii>- nf authority (February.(SISAL: ,> A. I), 1519 J.'R., CAnKU

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bronson left on Township South tor unit. del credere It.nt. .' ,., I In ins hy tin* foll.iwln Ke.nlu- Attest. Mayor of City of Kls.lmm ..

For pTMtietlly every man has used Tuesday to( make their future home I .Southwest quarter of Section 19: allot the inaiiner and to Ih"i, .vvvn.' extent of the Cnu licit\ of the City* of K(. J R illLHERT <

6 It who b*. suffered from rheumatic near Lakeland. Mr. Bronson has beena j SiH'tlon.. 30, nml 31 ; In Township 27 natural'rH.18 I \ cnuM" do (- to-wlt. (Clerk of city of K last m men.
To plint: and cultivate
che*, orenes of muscles stiffness of South.. 37 Kant. urow. '. -
joiatt th result of weather resident here for some 'time and All BanI. ft. 7. IS, 10. SO, 31, cnj> oranites. suttur cane coffee ') .) ] A HK.HOl.tI I'IO". A ltESlI.t'TIO.

exposure. his many friends regret' his departure. S2..33. and 14.; in Township 2. &4outh. ,'i citrus ,rui. nnd all "kinds of ,. .1 .

Women toot by the hundreds of Mrs. Leroy Schucks and baby returned Ranwe 37 'Kat. and niq'nf v" .hl.I: to carry on tli.i Resolution Providing'I 'for th. Is- A Resolution Providing for the tssu-
thousands for All of s,cHon 19 jo( mi.l *t : In' oiphng'anI 'Iu'orvln.of '0 of \ the of
use it relieving neuritis from Lakeland on Saturday. hlei itoniv mtnernl ; ); lo .. by th.Ciy of KlHsimmea :itnortiy City" of KJsslmmeo
lama backs neuralgia. sick headache; Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morrey Mr. and 'TIwl"hlp 2t South Range 34 I na'. timber, ,ninl to deal ald'bother. ; I ) flip '" of. ratal nir Ilon.l. for the purpose of rll.lnl
Sm-Honii 0 and 7, All nonth of 11' .
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for the u. .) of said City until for' t I. use of a. I.t !
Clean refreshing..oothin.ccooomiol,' Mrs.. Cartxvriffht and daughter Mae.*IPIi-mmlnir' ijrnnt ..Section: 1D and ofSi buy, .1I'lml.ort. .xporl. an.I tii ha used for the construction (-"mull. to-hx used for th. construction

quickly: effective. Say Sloan's Liniment were recent visitors( at the home of ) >ction 1 !: 111 Township. 30 South. deal fruits veitetaliles. nn.l, .1 of; I ..'mm.eritis. ). j{ Bunl"ld and 1'11 along J t ha t' lit Rulkli-nil .no Fill alone that portjon -
Rane 34 Hast.All mariI. "tn. i
to your druggist. Get it today. Mrs. J. E. Maddux Sand .. nnd ti, Tohop.le.li' lying with of t.Rk. T.h'.p"kalll Iylnl with-
Mr. and on 1 it "
or'e..t."a.'L! 2. 3. 4. 9, 10; I. I 2. 1..tlr. tit City nf Kin- in the City 1 (" (' Kl.-
Lake. 'IL 14 1 2 23. 2V >25 26, 2. operate 'L,1 'conduct ., hotels ** 5'fr" 'Imlu th.r'Cly
IS. 2. .', and the of lmmei, ".t for the. Improvement of
Warren Frace of KisMmmee 2R. 33. 85 .I 36: In Township 20, packlmr-luiuscs.I waretuiuseH and ,,, ". % Improvement , ,
Mr and Mrs. inlllHi .t-i 'engame the 1, .c..t. Ijltiir wutiinf tint illleil : 'rlall "stn-'t 1'llt within the filleilria.
Sloan'sICills >
.SonHi flange 35 Knst ttnerllt-ln of the for .. nf
the submission I Ih"'IU..I"
were recent guests at the I i All of Si-oHmm 1, 2. 3, and 4 : HintIllllf l"a" of )ilittler' ; I buy, ... 111,1 of IsBU.IKCe of ant such ... of
and ''J. E.. Maddux. !I I Of ,, 9 All jd neiiulre. lease stih-lct, trim rn-tot ton| such nnNn. Issuance hnS/
home 'of Mr Mrs. M..t. : of H"tloii by' the qualified: I , to nn election of, the, qualified I ,
'' I 12 mnrtwnite real I oHtate, nnil tn ii t, I .I.lon 'rt.r.
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This section was visited by very 1 1111 Lr : t\e pursuant t 0 Section lufil f "'Hv lo ..1061and
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,' nnil ( t. I"r"ua" M..rln.
22 ., 21 2 O.l the 5l tOe liv ; : :
r ain ; I 1..Nlnn. prove oev"I.p i I r i..neti1 t of I 1062 of
rain last Saturday. Citrus V' heavy erection I I.tlt.
35 tiiilLllnirN I h..r.Oi. :
a'ld 3D In I>I' 30 South nf of I \.t Florid nf 19011I \ I th'i 5t54. of "FlorMa. Arts .
; i 11"6.
I
trees are in bloom and from appeartnco H.i 11 :. 35 lCat and I'<> do Much rtlh r lawful .
''I ,... I ItN.\-4: It la the Intention of Hei'tlnn 1. ''h\I. "h(11 the Issuanceif
All ut onsiirx.'X-.l 3nHall" therein ns needfulor
at the time ,fives Township m.y I" : bS ..
present ( CltjVCouncM 1 of tint City of Ktsslni- nls a'O.lth.. total sum
In and bout th Id I
South. 36 E.IHI Inipruvipnient
nromise of a heavy }'iet.!. I i>rnni iniintr.. de<"eloi1ll.-tU thereof.: tq |h.1| HI1..I ",' UI noT I th" provision i of ( 'h vi n'C .f ' . ).. ., ho .. by the

Mrs' Lester. Flint Is ,'Isitinlat the All of H.-rHoiiH i. 2. 3, II I, ,lit. 13, 1 14. astute, nnd to own the ,Hanio by |pu, I; < of tin Laws nf 1'lorI1a Acts 'I|1IILIIII'.1, I .or"r. the City nt i IS
'' 44..mid 21'; Xnrth Half f S-i'tIon-in; chase, iLl fj, t herxx ls..i to' l.u I Imnlntalnx4ir (I Ii. to construct a itu I ii ,1 1'Iii Ir.4,1 '.". l, t. h. l.rl.'I.lm,1, by
,
.t
ra of her daughter Mrs. hon ( / .
*me : : I'I'Hoberts. KaHt Half of Sertlon ,21: KIIKI hilt nfI..tl' acquire hunts "r \... ". I \ Hiicli I"L.t of* the lake front <>f t ..! )or, 1"1.1 th. "" Ucsqliitloiii '

(. : 211. In' Township t 22 H. liange for tim.1115101 tel, nnd convenience k. Tnhopck.illKu la lies within thu. i .un"l. (o'ncl ,plmlue.l Itself
'
is t
any of Hie :imuitv.95e5 aforesalilTi $ of t I. a'I( nf KI""ln1n" .rn,1 IO.rll. I..h' of the

CARD OF THANKS I .\1 of Si-i'tlnn l i. 10, 8t> and' 31 : .\1 )/l'iiy. sell, lined rim Is' I in"p.rt. e { to. 'a I a t I n it' oxx-net a for l't,-... y of I', Imisi lm,, ...10 The pro'
.. ,' ef "III Oi" I 'S
h I In flu
.Ml of
wish to .I ,nut i.rI""I""H: 7. 17. 2il, 2'<, port il-il I nnd trade I cattle I ai tmvl] < HU Imlru""lpft pro .. : purpose
"' Mr. and Mrs Gen. O. Dean I I lvii, to tinfront.itf.' .' I Improxeil. II N net out in "a
and :SS, lylnnv Went .f t tie St. .I''h" stock o' nil hinds and 1 <'ILrr)' I IKeiiernl 11' n.a..II""I.
i E.: S. HOFFMAN thank their many neighbors: and l''r. In ToxMinhlp 22 S Ranu-o 34 lix-e st.iclc anti< fn :\1'1., \Vlfienn t t'ett.tln I Iml"'"'''> 'nHHid In 01"1 H.'a.l.n| 12th day
M. D. [ ) nf
friends for their kind thought jmd Ii KIIHI I I Toxxnvlilp) 2.1 S. luiim33 K: .I'1 Ivtng( such fitted. IIlr..a/ ILIIJ.url" .. i,e nild4 ( I
; coil wlll. 'uncl.
OCULIST AND: oxxii. run tonnage l"Ot..j
OITICIAXKyes assistance and beautiful flowers All of KrniHonnl, $,-, 4, 5. (1.1 27.,32.3II opj'r.II'nnd I I n.EV ii". .. I 1a ti 5 nnd a'II'I, '. II I.VXVSI.IN.rcHident .
fi.-lorx. to ]
: own
Examined hy a Regular Kcgistered which she received during her illness. (I,, ,".1 34.; .\1 of :'I"a,: K. 0. '!1". lhnlll. structutes nnd'r",1" I. ,. null( eMltnateM I of cunt pr.'i. ,t V < Council, of the City. ot
.lit. n. 22. 2S and 2ii. I l-lnH. "ullln"H. All nl J. of KlftHlnl- 'Cjl'\< : ) KIssliTilhee. .
: ,' Ma."lulh.
!Physician. I. 11. tt and II l'I.lla n,'
Half Krn.-lli.ii.-il S,.< iioti 7.; Kant lln* "for''1'1 ",'bl.w ) ,',, hnxe b..nd".I'I'. h) the i Cltv( nl.n"H1.
a
Glasses Fitted. I rllnlnl In.1 OI'rAllt "nl 1-Cisiti h. total cost (leik' City "' S
nmmeu. .t'
of 17 : Uant ll-tlf of Section 2n.! ; ii JI
j.tI'n h'i'I
t nfl I
factory
for plr'Hj fr n the Bulkhead II and docklmr Cv,. Apprnv.'il. this mil day ot February
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS l:" of "Fractional: ; S".I. 31 : fruit . of .
.
Broken Lena Duplicated. a
l'r..r'.II' li.
ism
All thnt par I i-f H.i-tli, 1. 12. IS. .I..tAII.a '. ninotiiits to Kluhtx-l-"lve Thou- .
all -
nil-kinds mul ilu
28 W. Church St. Orlando. Ha. 23 24. 21 nml 35. I h log \Yent of the StJohnit of and the .orclinrd. llelj; nn.l < ; vi ( J'I r.".,) I HollarH." nml the. t t....'... ..TOHXs CADKU .
flier In 23 S 11''e. a.LI.: cost for the of tin- of the City of Klsslmmee.
Townnhlp .r1'Or
HaiiKa ) Improvemeiit
M ll'ir! tTIIIV : ami to hold by las or h.' .
.wn al.1 | ..
.-4 34 I 13. 0 I ti utreets Ihov.' meil.mieil) I In -
In **.mln.|r 4 .iuntr.All wine. rarll.I la".a. citrus fruit I I a t.il nt ''I""a".d Five QUALIFICATIONS
I'ndi, r nnd I bx" t h. power x-ested In grove lands < NECESSARY IN
O V KU1UHH;: : A. AKKRM.ANV. : : ofKiMHimmec. of SiTtlona 2'. and ::01 i; In Township 1"0 .. I miii t'oi I UI2.r.I.il.I)I I ."I.ra.
Mix lif I the City I
Clldel or till h
I. .1. :S on
tin t. al,1 whfth .
S, Hone' ::1 tl !I1 : j \\ . lun.
ORDER TO
: I \/,1. 'h.I"l VOTE IN BOND
Florllido het-ebv
nn
\ J STliniJ I mine mil nrtlclen, veg.-tati.'s |
All Hint of StwtlotiH If 'III.ln : Ihe t entire I .I I I C
,,.. I and declare. thnt nnlection 1"1'1 .no , nurHerstock "" I .u.'h
rirocl-ilm. fruit .1 of trees,
.u fl
I.
l el AS .' t .. Ihistr Johnii I I I I k I I. Fill I ntid I Improxeiuent to .
,, m.-vv. ELECTION.
,KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEEDI.rnr. : Will lie lleld nt the City! Hull.'n . 11'1.1 which to icroxx* nnd pr..lut. Vef.etn1> |
3". 81 32 In / rr."fu"I..U nnd nil tinirop '
of | -
nalil, Cllv. durliiK the letrnl houm ofxoiitiu j..I"n. (,0. I nnd other plants. nn .% ; -
> mutt I l..un..I. a( J.aw. 2u :I3 13All rrul' ", by the, Improxitw'nt I

HlMMlniilirr! I'lorlilnvOeneml MltiVA: : on. I Satunlay.'. ll 91 l ?. for the the 2Mb putpoHe day of of 21 S, .Ilnl"! .'II.IH I I1 13 I .nnd 12 In Township to "tTenl h. Hol.l In. ,"'.nnp,1... and Koods preserved of II. oxx I .. ('I.lt.d-.. just proportion of "II All person entitled to vote ia the

iinn'llc* In nil Mate and I ollrclMale ..lictlnu or I the fmll.iu' 'MsIDC I IIIR ('ff1 e'rs for the All of S..i'tins r.. 11. 7. .M. I f. 17, H, product ntid tiiutiiifaclure. mid to bu, I I '''of''tit MII.-II toth.Hulkhend... l.ake front Kill. "H"1.1111,11m-, t.. foregoing Bond Election must be 'rtf-
tim one > enr : und t I I u'h "nntOOIIH I '
g
2n. 21. 22. 27. .2X mid 31 : 13aM nfS. "I '
( mirtM' I Mnx'or.lie Hai 8..1 111 T'I Mill lvviti.uLihiMtvili' istered voters in the City of Kistim-
1 h I Iul.
. : itlirti, II.! ,Kant Half of :Sen 2'iKIIKI : ally 1,1 n-11 jind dlHpoHe of nil > " bx slid Cht | '
Cl.llcine 1"1
1 Col"cl..r'It I Half( of 1$...'t I..z. :il. al tli.it 1'iirt pi'iiduetH itiad.tol re..ulln.II 1 I 1.,1,1..0 of I mee,, residing therein at the time of
,. Mtirithnl, anil Tnx \ 1.1011.1".t"
yf. B. Crawford Lee Jane) .r 1'1,1"11, 4: ''. 1". II, I :. :::1! 1".1 .15. oiiciatfoii of Hiii'h 1.11"" I ,mvii 11"f .'HIS Uhell ll'CCiX.ll .t.
Tri'fmuriiMM "I." of tho :St .I." ,. IUxi-r InToxxiiMhlp to do all t thlnuH inieHHar nnd prop, I .. the election, owning real estate
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTOKNEYSATLAW ,, to e.'rv, e for the term of 1\xro \.1 C'II I t. time d 1 foi 1' the puipi.H there.
l'i 1 S, HtiiLTi' .::. I I' In tuiiiiinu? nnd such n hal .
'n... Th'.... nn'mb..rn of, the ('II V OII."tul I t..i "''' a I".rlolll' pint, of and must hare paid taxes on et-
i .tincll' nnd for I"h., t.im of one. > ,"ai'. In \ilii.ln I iniiiO.Ml torx- MiiNliS I purp.H rea
.. of .'. i HOIIH !;. 2S .14 in.I 3F ; All T. "n""radr. bux. Hell I nnd olwrwi. JI late for the last due ;
,, ii.'tti1or of ", ( I 11' Council 1I \ :. r.u I U.-BU.- - Offices 4 6 6 and 7 i.lie thit i put"I of Siitl.niH i"! mid .l.'l IinstI' .. . of milk "'> IU I""II' I tereoa
: Citizen* henhx !H>i '' Init..IK :.'i't of I th 1 St .1.h.I') IIIxil'. In To\xn- I I) tnllU.I I I. .r.du. ". pur< tin ... ;
I under i
That virtue
Bank Building N l'.l'iiltnn I: ,. I':, if "I"n. \\ ns .r.lu. .. RI.I )
of .10'
.2' 1 S. Ic" .' :13:) nMl vial In '
Hhlp ""
.. ,, In Cltx' *
.. nnd ., ,M 1\1.\ . Jr. as rower 'plt..11 the o
Siitl-itiH i.. :S. 12.11. 25. 1 klrftl, ,tit oilier food an.1 U"II'I': or IIrji'miIt.
Kiaslmmee 24. a
Florida of
\
ni.ctloliIn 11' I hx Sections I 1"IC 1 'dl '
)eric "i.f H'lld I ; ; that ., ..r .-. .. 4. ',- I Into or In the t1 tIi'C Ild'I'': I For' flax!
.
. mal.rl'LI. 11..0'.1
xxltni'HH ,,,).. .r I hnx'e heretanto :1 In. 1'11 .I"I. "t..rh.1 I the ieiicni1, ftatuteH of !''Ital. '
1'''. I.. 3 anil 35. UlllK .. it duction t g'n -ra I Ih' to '
''if snld 0 \ ,
.. nixh.iml.. Mayor 4tty.ii.I Ihe ('It Isiui ItM
DR. W. W. CARSON .t iMllH.'d, the ns HlMil of s-ild ('It). I.. lie the, 1 St. JnhiiH Itlxi-r.: In Township 21 S. .u't n d.ilry bunlnes* In all Itt : Flnrl.t. HONHSI) "hll tlie aicar.- In (nnrt .f. f..n. Judsre. <*oust, of
n.inui3:< i g D.cuh.. Ntnte of Klorlil*.
DENTISTOffice rciinto.) nfllxed hits SSth. diy: .ofFeb. .. .' Bum t>f MT.r.ml' no. tn be xtyledi

over Pilley Building "i iiiii' :sr.\i.* A. I D. 1919.! JOHNs!'. ("."'I':L. .( i inoxlded I To I appoint' for U Ihr"1 Iv or (Ih"ImmIH.I"'rl,' prox |vii.(," oxvn To build jttenmhoHts. by. Hell. at"lm"hl'H.equip i Ol"ratp.Ha I I I ii I i' i I'viii." Ipil of ( Itulkhvnd denomination liiindH, I..ut of orii of' In re l':.l,.e of ..m... \\'. '. .

l'la. of SeitloiiH 11 I anil 3i! of (Clmpti-r Kllx, Hhlps i boots and i 'to I" N..lh. Is herebv to all i whom
ot KlHalmmte, 11'el.
Office Hours': I-It. 1-6 Vixor of the CIt I.u" I of h I''In,'Id a, to appralHi* tin* liml tiHeil I In huHinenft. trade .n.1 I"'p.rt.I ga t lou ; .lrr.: .Ouu.dm:: : ) )! Iiollara J each; oxI I I m-iy COIICOTII. t the list day
o.4 '''hon. U8 Residence. 'Phone II \'tl.Hfj. : oii.nr.rtT. citx. cieric n-ct: that .iiii II l i.e taken for rltthtu of vnx'. to purchase. sell own, hold : one 0 (in. bearing, (interest at Julv. A. l> I !1119. I .h..1 alt.ly to tholonornlile

(J.* Administered for (Extraction: of it hol.I"e I : UaHltiH. or othir i'..'*, or na- and lense kinds ot %.-.. H.IH $ rate of nix per' "lt. per ntinunj/, T M. Ju.I.. o f said

: T..thLEWIS In 4 Irelill t .....ri. ,Mule .., I'lorlilit.rnlh ';;;; .- hi'liflltH 110 ,lii, "g, H, to ,nnvur bunts ,1 nppnrel And I t Tt ri Imxnhle_ Henll-nnnunlly. of Issuance ami I ('..vl't. ns Juilire of Iro""t. my llnil .
U ti roH-
Jinlleliil. I Ireiill.I Oxeeole nil 1 l"n.ls. iiuhllr hlithxx H. rallmnilmil ; harves's mid wuter-rlnhts, piers r..o'. dIt.. ,, illRcliaru-c a. ": the 1 ,'alft.,
ol her Rh' t.iy In ..81.1I ". % ) ns ( : of JameHV.. Llllx'. deceased: and that
'
Iln"
I'i.tifltI. In' hniiiF3Idnsrd 1"1'11) rl"rIAI l >ollirs I In Ten
O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW I lilHtrlrt, of 1M> Innnii.'xeilto In ..-.n..rll to rio And perform ThoiiHnnd yenrs it: the name' time I will present my tn1 ) -

: I*. \di.u.o.n.ImInhsnu.' ., Hahl I 1"1'1.. lix S li.' '.ro .",... net or nets expedient or nei-ensnry ThousandTtiKunmid POI.rH In 1' lev"1 .I 1 nc''nt n* l'3xcutrlx of saul estate,
.mi*'iidiiieiilH and .'tvavs.'s to nalil; .11- ' further nf the' TW their approval.
llnttle \,'lnin". llrfrnilmit.It . ", m < oiiipIlHh or any .. Hollars "
tied l 1111 of Hi'i'lainatlon. ol,r I. til' J.'t. or powers herein m.nlune.l. n In Twi'lve I l'al..1| Felirunry 1 7tim. A. I li ISIS.l
I pt'..;", ('hmiKi' In tin' liouiid.ii, fi'tt ofBillI to xer<'lse. mixnnd nil '' / ALICI'3 \%'Il..lCIt.lamo6.tn.s. .
bx 'mleil to
I nffldixltii.pi: .1.0'
Waring B'jildinf. t H.picitinu; | I list 1 .', Thousand I I'ltllars In ThirteenIn Kxecutrlx.
.3 t1', hill-It leil III I till' 111OX.' Kl.lt.I I 'tllSethnt lriJ' whieh n co-partnership or rs
h other, "fur.th.'r
id and
I ) mi<
'It Hon do or ex" rcis.and which
of i tin .lef.'M.IinlH .a 'ol.1
I ll.ittl.: Ail il"IK mi. *' Dollars Fourteen
rd".r the preiMlH ah lie
Pal Johniton O. h. rein nnmeil I IM .1 ii.nireHlilent ofHi. inn. or mny hpr'lr..r authorlKed or rs. T/ou.nnd %(Yl'lrJ1 111 < Ill:IIT'"I".
P. QmrreM In c'onformlt.x' xxlth law mid .
.jlly li "eI
Stall' I.? l-'lotltln.: :nnd In n resilient' a. mlt.1. . tt. pnunwrallol .- Thousand DollarsThounan.1 In
JOHNSTON &: GARRETT ..f N. w Votk citj. NewVnrlc.. nml thnt j lllll y requireAnd l iinli'HS you Hhow eaime to live I..lt. poxx'ers recited herein S'"LI 'a.1 1'le..1 In Court .if Ihe fossil Jut-lore Oseeol*
limit nbrliiice or
she IH the fl..C t xx'enlone ,, I t'ollar.HThousnnd ID Sixteen f' tlste of Klurldsi.In .
oi'I' < oiiti.ii'j' on or I.. fore, the firat r vi toIvty m'lii-ral conferred .n .... ,
fnini the v'h"r
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW then-foil* oideri'd sail powers litU --
It I IH thnt '
% :UK of the mild Court of the .
'
'ilr'ul < ..porntlotis. bv the Laxxs of rsn I'.xtalr. M ltnter II. lleedlTo
Office and ,'II r'MI.l.'nt defeiiilniit In linil she IsI enid ( of lifter the |iul>- In re .1 >
10, 11 12 CitIzens Bask lo to the bill I 'unly 11'1'' s r.TI': tK KI.OIiinA. )ollr. f'\.nt..1 nil Dlslrlliutiefl -
I rein required l.e..t..pJ.
appear I ." nf, thin i tan nulreil I liv AHTIOI.I-. rs er.II"r"
Building of I Illeil I ln H.iiil I cnune on or 1..tt. Thou""d .. Claims
complaint the r.rni' of mild petition tony I" 1.lght. ald al 1."a.l.u'.lnl
II\ The ,of Stock Iol.rs
Kt .Inmes. Fie. I .oi.iii tii h.III a ... ''. ri I. 1. amount Capital ". or ""mand. I'3statet
YEl "
> .
''Lnt"oj ;r t' i ;'f Ih)s' rfjt
1. h "I $ )UI"ra.lh.ld. Xln a jiiSprineDltj&nnyI .
I II O..lit I( OHh..rp..rllh) j lIt t' I I mial t I imsatit1 idsmani.tt4whitYti' ou Pthe"fimijmtnithaemngain
.j.lu 0' 1 1( I .r "
: lun.lr Il'l 1.1 I h statS
I,' 111' .I stock 'luII y 1' t fj'4'pst4.riiIt4'6.dmI 1 I ..le'
El hat r I b t h"auh""ihll t..a. u. I, ('Stu mSy l'i.pi'idiv I t "
I
v l..i.i- "'1 T. t,1 I""I "". ." b 1) h r.r.a,. 'I" ml. 'tcfll I .*,nghIiMtrfl.tAirPl' r lilt' .1 :..tatef'ti. '
OIIRSOERRMERSELLS ". ** :
$! ) .' rv'Ice-B;or propifrtat '. !> i s.o.i Cmiiily nml StateThx Clerk""circuit Court,' 1 U..ar& (4ouvl t. '", 'r"' I.V' o.t i thl.i... y.ar.rrom4Ihe
be fixed *
-I1"" n Just tiun to by th4 I 4th A. I.. 1919
thv 21 1 Mt On of Frbruarv. 9 Mat*' of Floi Id.i. 1141M tflltIt' K-dKed for their redernp- ."rulrY '
.
'i-iucrrr cufitr ci: M.I ciirpni ", or ivy II. Plr..llr" a F hHOeIH1'fSt .'
A
iviitHTitii'TCli'i : S I I he l Hiied I mid paId for nt t ,. .
J. I. ,' u. % I'I'I.I4TION VltH I.K'IVnii hal >i-tloti 2 Thnt nn lection I hi 111 Idrnilned ,
( i'h I'M.t nit I r.nirt 1'11' I I., nnd upon" such terms as th n ilnte', to I". del,' bth,. .

I ltllt ,M\i3itM VN \ STIIII: : r\-|'i\i- "I IMOK.foil Hoard of I .lr."lor" niriy determlmSnid ; ,. i of the. City of 1IIHlmm..... nt %"'I.J I,; rim I 1.. I.I..r.\
sil. U'.rH fur ('..iiiiiil'ilti.!!!! 11-41 \'i'n". i Capital" I Muck" may be Ijmcr,' ,' ) .'" eiiim ti,.' qUIMttofl ti > Ill' Hllh- .

from time to. time. I.yol. the ,, ,'. to th. eliitolH ..r hits liax. tmriinent" of the Interior i t* S I.mi.l
In I IreuK I 'oiirt. *..n...- ..f ...0'1..... *'e,.irnth .M.I. M'Hn.M' IT MY CiiVclIHNNii'rici v ) : ':' Htated In thi l1nl'r , ... I,) : tin. qu.UlniutloiiH lr'a."I".o,1'110 by I flli.e. at lialncHvlllc. Fin' Feb. 1. ISIS.N'otlii .

Fire, Life, Accident and I Jiidlenl I ( I nil I.. tlwerolnI 1" : ': is niitir.v: ; ,I.IVKV.; Thnt.thi '. AlTJCI.I' 4. tlon luiil of tin. I .. ,1 ,..
otiiity. !. 4 hnn-er>. "".I....nl I.I xIII t to tin' liox '' I This Cot Hhal I exist.'I "' th. Stall. of I'Morlila.: Hliall, hith<' I... io'r..Ivy Volt th.it James

Health Plate Glass Liability limn' ..r th.. (tot. ..r 1..ly 1.1"11,11: on jive pitunlly", or until dlHHu1'ed .. u'" of the HondH I heii'ln" "I",.,... .t. ,Mliiniik of '.ol.-hmll Tin '. lio.nl .
i ecelln lt. tin> '.n. 4 omiilMlnnnt. % ** 22ml dn>' *if I a"','h. A 1 P. IIM'I.! : foi' Let to la xv. AIJTICI.K 5. foith And the Mayor Hhull I I foith- Jan nary 21. 1 '15. 11.1. llomestenilJntry

.InttiCM .\. 4 In) ton lleftntlnnt.It (.rc I lin'01',pin';,"no the Hl'.YN of IhlH (' .. I..".. hIs 'proclnmnt for, the No nigRlft. for l" <4 of !''I'',: '.,
and Boiler Insurance. 111"111., CiiMI'vNV. (Hid. i. ( lvi. (.>l- I. Tlie ,I.UHII... .. bx' .vrjiirnt I ehi tlon, mul, shall give |.ubl1c no 91 i, i lion. .,. T.ixxiiHhlp. 2i 1. Itanire 27 N.
llp| llllIU. i IX" ,1111,1.1X11 I :a"'I"I.,1| | l.\x'Inu. liIM'i; I Cliait"' a i ''i'' ofxx until "th'wl. .1"0"11\,1 II.ted ivy," l h x ..uIHhlll nal.I |n'01'latiuition" 'I'MlliillllH.ee ,t't'i.t iv. ii le.i 'liotloef
I'. the I.Ill Illeil In t II h. .ll.ox. Kt.ll.,1, huh haM I hei'iv IH..,1 I In i' the ...rti. i> of of I lilieitoiH. 1.lu( ....,. I, .. ...... I Issues In, I liexxh- Intitifloii, t.. make I Three.>.ear Proo'
Legal Bonds Executed ,UK, Hill,: .1"nil. ,H .\ Clixt.,11.l t I h.. .t.- the S....'.. of Slate ..f Hi..Mud' of I'n'sldefit I Vlce-rresldeiit. n s.tan. '' J.lll.lisheil II the I .I).. I 11.. wni.l to i iMIMi il-ilm lo the lin.l nbovii
Hoard
.tln mid
I.i ml.i. nt, t th"'I"" n."". d I in ,i II.on i Hid.-it, Florid : 'and a. Treimurer. A 'at runs to !... 1 pilot, .i"MI'II..t, I,,.for.. Cletk Clieult l' 'urt.ii .
..I"I Hi.. 1'11\1', \ ..r 1'1"1'101"111.1: I IH .. r..I. ThiH the lUth .Ia! > of Pi.hru.lt ).. A. l!ll'M I 1'1' .". t., t .npoa./ of from number thrie, the dale of Hill.I Imm..I..I.\ Ia'l I I ,tn,-.'. 1.a. on I the 14th day. of
Same Day Needed. cut ..r Calt-xrl" 1 '..""IY. :4lI.i'IlIs. aid !9. I, lIve 'ml..r. .xa"l ., tlon 3. Thnt, the form of hullot )I.r'h. I"I
that hi' IH oxer the llttc of t \xclitv-oie r.r M3Ni3: c'ni.unuT r.uv.v.V :.' ,ai.l Hoard to be fixed Iy I. .JI"" I, lie im."r at the ..I..tI"F .Rhnll be < clalmH, HH witnesses.
the
IMIK II IH III"'" r..r.. "" ,1..1 I that .,,101 N.\TII \N C HHYN", I and to be alterable wllhll' "itla Iii' ns r.l"wH : I (II. Hill,'oik. of i.othmatmn. Fin.,
'. "Iut ld'iil ili,.fi ,iidutit, I... n'id hv I I.. .\NHIK: IIItItVAN, I| St i I l'vI, The office of Seuretary and t ) '""" ilnll..l V.iilkhiml" J ILixetis. of oiiKltman I'U.
be held bv I
I ,:,rein" reililieil| lo appear tJl the. bill -- i iIHOI'o",1 ., .fnof Treanurer' mAY EI".I. ,. llrdl I l..tll. .\ II m. I l'.U9": . 1"lth. of I.ou hmnn Fin .
OFFICE: f Stale Bank Building! ..r i.""" |.lm"l nl..l. In Hahl c..11.... on orbefore CH I A ItT K:it or riRYAJf same person i nueh The I 1"0',1, Ir ofncem I Ii"t''c t" ;.I.k.. a ('r"", (00 mnrk bvforv the ,_ I. ''. of I.oiiKhmnn.> FlaHOBT. '
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Miiiulnxthe I 7th Max nr April, .\. CnMI'ANY may apl.llt II hlr ui of your choice). XV. HAV1H.
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-C I I' 1ili.! ..th.'t'xx I IKC I the alli'KatlonN ofwal.l TI.\. 1:0 | .. 1 In their Judl'm.it mi S-5t ItexlHter.Ml .
wine and Khali I I r.
.. Heem "T'H'rl. < -
be '
bill will tnkill liillfeHHid liH.I
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1.1 lief endntlt. > The undersigned I ln-rfb\ nsHOiltitethemHtli I oftlvers. or .. ...".... t.owern . '; I.J ONI3For F limIt 1t HI.I4'4ill >V."lepnrttnent .

It I,$ further ordered the this (,rIerI.e .. together for the .P Ii pom.* of duties as may In their <1..0'.1101' ,' . I Honds for Hulkhead mul, II II- .

J. W. THOMPSONFuneral puhllKhi'd. one,' n xxeek for four ton h'omll'i I .Incorporated' under the I Laws proper. The annual m..lnl of big that portion." uf the likefront rr the Interior. I. S, f.anil.
H. cutlxe xxeeks In the KlMHlnimee;: Vnl- !' I I.' of Florid nn.l under th. Corporation .shnll I be I U. a.. nf Lake Tiihopeknllna and, iflli-e, nt Oalneux'Ille. 1'"la. "'.b. 1. 1919.Notice .
"'y Cniette. a nxx Hpaper, publlshetl In t..rmti of this i'r..p.vseI l ChurtiMAHT1C ond ''u..I.) In January of each \ the tmproxement" of certain
,,ltd\ ('ourit y nnd, St'iteThis ': I. at ten ( 1O) o'clock a. m, at which ..tr.'," thi.rein l> log within the In hinby "lx-,-n .that
Tull.
Director 2tth day of Fehrunry, 1119CIRCLTIT I. The iiatTt. of this Corporation. nil the officers therein provided ( limit Of tile Cltf' Of KlHHlmilll-e .1. ,4itiv. of l.okosee. Florida
shall UP the TIC. > ( ( "HT .1 SKI, ,. ll 1.\= \ : to I lulv 13. l' 17. 10nla''Ao Entry
J. I. OVKKSTItKKT.: : re tors Until such .rl.rH. Auiinst Hond for Hulkhea.l and N.i. UU41U. for MK14 fr M..lo" 1.
<'lerk Circuit Court. 2. I Its principal office nml pine* orhualnp"s eleted at the Annual In 1 ") flln. that portion of thi< Inki wnshlp 31 H Hnnxe 34 K -

ANDLLICLNSD iinoijiiiv; I "'i V.Solliltor Hhll >. in tl, TnwI of KinnimmiM IhAI be 'julll..I. the business of f'"I nf l.ake. TohopckallKii I ami,' H ie.. M.-rldlan. lum filed notice of Inten-.
1 i for Complainant: ll-4t I ( County of .se.iIa.) ami, I corporallon I I be conducted by I. I lni|>t ,,emeiit of c.Tt.iln t"1 t.. make Commutation I'roof. to
.Stat* of Florida and Its uMmH TonY C.II.wlnl officer streets 1'0'1'11' I h log within the 'astmltIsh cliilm to the land above de-

EMBALMER Mill IK ..... l>H4ll > ,4.K: ilFaltI ; ..n.lu'.I.o In nald' tou n of KlnHtm- Ir..lo.nt-I.I.-.n. ('. nryan limits 'ly of Kislmrnee. icrll.e.l ,..r.r. clerk Circuit' I"urt. At
lle... Il el",'where in the 8tnt. I \.I..lr.al..11-\ I Hrxnn KlHslmmee. Fin. on the 14h day of.larch
---- "'100'1'1. and' In any other State or S..cr.ary . -N. C Ir .. ,; 4. Should, the 'issuance of .

.* Store and Chapel! Stewart Art To the owner nnd all persons Inter- through such other offlees.tiranehe. . he authorized by th. re' 1:19.C""lm"nl name
i'sted I In the Inndx. corporate nnd other ". agencies or otherv* t as Honrd ( nrjilKXR C. lItY" I.I. .of of thi- ..1..... thus, of wln.aa"H'IrA.I 'II

KUslmmee. Fla. propirtx! I In nnd adjacent' i to the '|pier shall h,., necessary or ,"nven"'lt. of ) A. I HKYANDirectors .iiualltl'd, In Iwo.thlr.l.vote a Municipal Illicitly. !''Ir. Kpn"a'II.. .'Ia
j, 1 St Johns l'r..lnA.l'IHlrl.t I ARTICLE 2. I : ( N C. HIIYANARTICI.K3 vle.'tloii. under the lieneril Stat' i.: ii. M .1.y. nrKI."lrmpp. Fla.f .
You nnd, encli of >'''''. nre 'herebyflOtIfleI I. The general tin tun* nf the l Iual. 6. ..
that Frank I. Hills. \ni' ,.s AHnrlow np"". or hu"ln"lapa. to be transacted, bv 1 This Corporation ahAI adopt then Raid Bonds Nh..II i... iHHued, H'I' \\'. AVIS.
; And SIdney 0. Chase membpr the nld <. AH follows: appropriate seal and adopt to law. and the ". Register.la .
M. TILLER ..f nnd conHtltutlntr the 1.0'' u- T.> act as aut-nt broker or attorney I.aw. for the ifoxernment of Its before such provide...uncl. S..lt.
peri'Is.rii of tpha : ,, J I Irl fileil. In the oflice In hu'lnK.1 1.11",1"II.lc un,1 Tf:1 nnd the LawS of the State ""at maturity, and.for the pay all.1 : ( %: 1'0 ('I4KHITKi8

Real Estate Agency. the of I Hie County Clerk of of .Ihe. .Ircult. Courtof of deviling properM, : In or real Its accessorln < 'Inrloa... which nltl'n-d ly.l.awa r"I.nlpd.may In t of,', .Interest In open upon svslon.am.thin 12th la ( ..urt. <' of. the Hint 4'nu.nf'" .Judcr.nt .O.ee.Is '

............................... Florida, n 1..III..n piaylnir II"I,) I To buy, sell. mortgage, rent. Improve manner 1'0'0'.1.,1 In said Hy-I.aws of February, A l I' 1'Hi. l. .. .:.1.tr.. of A.'Inrd.
Court for p'rml.lnl: exchanw and othorw IB.""'Iulr.'. (' 7. F. H LAWSON : 81..1To

Realty bought and sold.Homes in) To rhniitie or amend the Plan I dispose of and lal In real propertY.lmprove.I I 1 The blithest amount of .. ,"|.- of th. C'oun. II .r the tty ofHKAI all Creditors. I-CKatees. Dlstrlhu-
of ICerlnmntlon of the Upper St Johns or unlmpro\: to buil.l.construct ness to which this corporation may ( .) KlsslmmevJ .
rented. I IrnI I nn.1.lalr".t' and niter houses or oth,-r any one tm. subject Itself shall K r;I Ml RUT. t..a' Demands and all Ipron.. hRvln. Claimsor

Taxes paid and Titlei .rileci ,.f the> To' ,'xt'lld Johns the boundary Hralnnue In..a 1 bul.Hnoa thereon, and i to manage, f .- exieed. I) U n,1 rel Thousand t $vvi) ,. Clerk of Kimtlmmee. You each.of xou. are hereby : no-

trict so to liiilude the r..II."ln". d..- 'el. improve real* prop.rl) Kncrally (inl) Ill)) DollarsART1CI.K 8. ""r""p.) this 12th lay of February; tint al"ant, required to present ,any
for non-residents. 1>. IH IS. .
Hciihed,h In nils In said I claims nml demands, which you. or
III. of '
and
Ti undertake and carry"" ftnVhusi I The r..HI..n..p" JOhN
Fire. Life and Accidentsuraace. Ia- t 0.W It: nAm. .,.. I C.\DEL either of you. may have RlRln.t the
In Itretsrd (uuntr. ness. transaction or operation siihncrlhlnK Incorporators Ma> or of the CLt> ". estate of John A. ,
comm"nlv or c'arrie.I on byeoflt with the amount of Capital Stock Blackwel. .
All of :-4..tlono 7. 5. ft. 10). 15. 19. 17.I ul.I.rtak1 late of Onc.'ola to theunderslicneil
and follows:
II nancierii. bv each are HH
i. I !9. 2il. 21 I nnd 22. \\est ofSeetl..ti melon ."pIRUlt" scribed itIwiiII ...'. administratrix: of said estate .
Indemnity Bondi.FRESH 23 : West Half of S... lal. 211.: gen''1011' In ..nt..r Inl" carry 1 Iuhorlwd by .n'h Incorp'Jat..r "" wlhl. two years from the date

All Of Sections 27, 2S. 29. 3D. .I'1. and "n. promo. nO to p"rtl'L.' In : S. .T K Cndel. Mayor of the said. fltt- h,'mo .
In Addres
.. .. .. . . .. .. . . .. ... 33 ; In Township 2 S. Range 34 K. fnan""I.nnil commercial other m'r.lntl.. ". T3u ramp' C. Hryan. 1'issimtneFIn.. KISHlmmee I Florida. do hereby t pro. "'"1'" January 14th A. T). 1919.IAItOAItRT .
All of Sections 6. 6. 8. 9, und 10 West .ull..e. Klsslmmee FIn ::) tom declare I that a special i bond : I. BL.ACKWELL.
contracts opera Nathan C BrYAn.
Half of 11 West Half of Section SoOt
8"11101 th. electors of saul. city
KIssInimei"le. Admlnl.tr..trh.NOTICE
: Sections 15. 1 6. 21, 22. tions. to obtain and acquire by pur- Antcle li Hrxan .. .
Al In hwritl election un-
1 to
!I3. 26. 27. 2M. 34, 35. and 36; chas or olh.rwll. conc."lon. rtiihts.patent. .. vot. a I
.. privileges. exclusive or STNTE OF FLORIDA ) the Laws of Florida, will i lie held OF AI>MI!>ISTRATOIt
All east of Ihe St. Johns River of Sections oth.r
wIse. or II H the Council Chamb.r In the City M (Fee FlBainUehars .
7. 17 2n. 21. and 33 : In Towtishlp allthorll.a. und.rtaklnga ;*
the regularhour* >
during
FISHAND bllaln, OSCESOI ) .
22 S. flange 34 K. '" 'right. option or contract COUNTY 01' .
All of :Sectloim II 9, 30 .and 31 ; InTownirhlp In reiatlon .hprpto. Rn.1 to ppr- xollntf on the 15th day of March. A !. Court of Cou.., JudBe, State .,
22 8. Itarme 35 K, form nnd fulfill' the I.rml and, conditions TO AM. WHO-Xf IT MAY ('OXCF.1tN'v ': I 1919! upon the ou: .stli.n of. contract- Florida.la .
All I of Toxx-nHhlp 23 Knntte Ih.rpor. and0 carry the same I 1(1': IT KNOWN. That before m.. 11 loan of NfS.T\.I. V. S TMl l'-
Knst of tin. St Johns Sit: F 1)'lnR Into effect and op..rat. th.reun.l.r. de- undprHlln..d Notary Publ. In and ) i"I \'R ': DOLLARS. Ill F Bsfale of JasaeaV.. Preatla.

South of Section 5: of Sections \elopinnd' turn to Account or F'orlda. a a'a ". form of ninety-seven bonds for the 0.1. toaiaty.
fi, H..1, 17 IK I HI. 211 \1. 30 31. sell and dispose. of. and deal with the duly authorlxed under the laws of ) of .ONK T ln1H.\NI IOJ.LAnf Notice !I. hereby Riven to all whom
OYSTERSSIMON nnd' 32 ; In TouriKhlp 23 S. Range 35! sn in e. State to administer oaths and tAke any) one Ifnd th. alm It may concern that on the 10th day
of :Section II I" log West of F Tn carry on the general hUBln.a. or knowleditements this da)' ".. :" F I LSDIUI DOLLARS, and, to of April. A. D. 1919 I shall apply to
Al of way of the Florida East Const ...ntraclnnn" eon.truction In All nppenred Kum-ne C. Ilrynn A II cr.dlL and propprt. the Honorable T,, M. Murphy. Judge of
Railway All of Section 7 lying West bran".a. huld. erect promnt. nn and N C Hrynn to me known the city fur the redemption .ltl said Court as Judge of Probate for
of the right of way of the Florida IJnst c".Uu.l. acqulr. r.pllrpqulp. known to me to be the Indtxlitunls d : the pro..a from the sal' of final discharge as Administratrix
Const Railway All of Section 8 lyIng cary out maintain. develop improve. scribed In nnd who executed the r..r bonds xl> In Hulk the estate of James W. Prentla, decensecl. -
2p MARTIN operate. manage. enntr.I take lulnl proposed chnrter, who. I nlllnir and I lmprotlni that and that at the same time I
or lease. buy. nell. lease, I.t. Ilcena.. to acknowledged each for 'hl of the Lake front of Lake To- will present to said court final accounts
Phone 313 Colds C us0 Qrlp and InflueezaLAXAIIYt U"". work and dispose or wat.r. gas. that he executed the lOr"IOII. prop.ed ,' .. and certain streets therein, as Administratrix 1'said estate

. BROIfO QOTNDfr rtmov* ..Itctrlo and Ice plants and works tun charter freely an ( g within tin clty./.llmlts of Klssim- and a.k for their approval '
Tal toe ; .. docks.' nharves the uses and purpose*' therein Than Is only on* "Bo rpters. roads. vladuct.. ... ., aqueducts ed Ronris to be Issued upon the. Ri'J PREIfi.

- - -- .W.GROVE-S signature 0 b a water course, canals, hydraulic IN WITNESS WHEREOF I h and In the Manner as set.; forth I o-a.tt-S.Jo dl lilrUL .



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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH t, 1919 / '

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\ ; I Rrnnd wag elected to fill the ..vaeanryf home to. 1 Kort ChrJstlan/Sunday.. t \

I, secretary and treasurer, caused<< I by ter the chicken pillau. .hick was At-I
the death ofMr.\ ('. A. I.oLinn'l.: joyed by all, .Miss! Iluj/and Miss
.; St. Cloud Department :Airs.'liepew) war In. charge of theo- lida' solved cake; un.l/everybody. had Osceola Hardware Co
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rial)\ proffrrtm. Opening/ sings' "An u good 1 time tl
i.ij---n---'r| .; ---'... *" i'icli and "Speed; <<\ Away," -followerliv Out little Barton sake. school 1 car- ,
I, l h lied home several from the Orlando
"' prayer y Ilev.I Brand. )Reading p/zes
NKWS AM I) .NOTES) w Mr'FROM* '. ST. CMM'I: ., TJlJn$ ) lHm CITY. flY Mrs. Empoon/ ; recitation, M1J fujr. Two bl/e ribbons, two red Located ol1Kissiml, ee's -

11UI it Itt('11.I: 1\11 <'oni "Hostile Joe;" rending by OUCH and one wj ite ribbon, were/ .
'Mi's. J. (f. Hill; recitation, "Burial ..I awarded them 01/their work. Madg BUSIEST CORNERCOUCHCS
I Moses: by :Mrs. Hill: song, :Mr.' ]ITp- lane won Brat prize on a little basket

will hold lllieir) iffrul'ir nievUnjr on Tuesday uf. ,pew;; music on )Dulcimer by A. A, she made; Vivian, Smith wqn second I
The .Nw Enalnnd4Soeiety /
Hcrnoon. :Martin! who also] rend'some clippings;; prize on a picture frame; Alex Tindall
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its regular niwtinir in the upper !, Comrade Joe Burbank reading j got second prize on a little airplane:
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A. K. hall Tuesday, March 11, ut 2ti. Mr. and :'Irfl.'iJjUJU] Phipps wer< Fong ,. I
LiKx.ie
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1'V I rdf. Lynch; song, by Mr. liowvr' Lane got fourth prize on a jar
'n!. Kxoryonevlcomc.; + I t the /gueston :Smulny; last of1 r. am I I The was closed by sinirinu of tomato' marmalade, and they also'I
program
llmninn, front Spears.Ili. Mrs. Woodin lit" the Farris Hotel.Mis. ). '
Mrs. Ella "(jod He With' You Till We Meet won first prize on wood specimens.
: Tle Couches that have been long coming are now in
from Sanitary so
., and! I'istl'r'oIJ'\ : ". Abby Dunn, ; Xclj0! Chase cnnie in ,AVedncrlay Again," on account of Mr. and Mrs This is a working little community
>.I'rinl'\'ill.., 111., \\lio hate<< b ten upendJDK [ ( : morning 'from Jacksonville: \ ] for u,I .A. A, Martin leaving(' for California. right now. All who ure not workingon \ I stock. They, are made entirely of steel-and :are very strong, A few
the winter <'It different 111I111of 1 few days to look after her .interests before their: farms or planting gardens: *
FhjrrI ami Thur, next meeting day. seconds time suffices change them from a Couch to a full .lized bed.
spent Wpilncuday and ,hc :Mrs.' Frank Ford, and Mrs. FrankBoggs are improving! groves or working for I
Mr.
.iny of last \\'ol'ki8itlnl A1rsIJunnnnd-: 1 c.Mr I and.!, Mrs.I A. L. )Ropers; olSniithshurK / and small son. Charles, wentto the turpentine firm. l
!II 1re.Wilhaml'hippe. /:, JId.I who have lie*:!I 'I'nnipaon Thursday for, a few Gardens; are looking1- fine, and :Mr.:I b
Mrs.. Phippii were old l school( friends.' hernorthern j friending the winter in different: pniu I dnyif.I . Wash, Tyson has a field of 'corn up THE SKATES HAVE. COME .
Mm. Hunn loft on Thtir$ 1 'j '
home, and l Airs.her' Ilinjiuin morning/: for a short stty.Thew frinia, n.'isltinll' their niece;' :Mrs Mr.; Hull is planting? cane anj ''potatoes ) Te'l'! all the boys 'and girls that we've got a lot, offine. Skates'
daughter.
wept/. tfl t i Mt, Horn) arrornpnnied to visit us' far- j arc J pleasantly located, at! "The Alice J.n'p".on Pennsylvania' avenue. in ,hill x'ection. They were'made Uv 'Conron-McNeal: Co., at Kokomo.. Indiana, and are
They were vwood." and Mr.\ and Mrs. J. 11. Smith and children J
Arrt>> This !is their; first trip here they
UH Ki" moved I Kissiirmee two
I Miss: ; Lizzio: Thompson of Kissiin- are. very much takenwith ojir! city.Mr. who to
and
Jot Phipps. of nice, came'over last! Friday to attend Thwaite being interested" in upe weeks ago! attended church ,here Sunday ,
Woodin, Dayton.
Mr.: and :III's. rl'dtRIIInd Wilt' thguest Kith. Mr.: S'11ithVa"-
) of 'An the lied Cross pie orchards in Virginia, is lookingmto February
Ohio and Mr. and IrK. Jean until of :1 1"II. MabelMincy. the industry here baptized and received into 'full membership j .'
Sunday / ,
orange grove DOG
nit, 111.,,nnd Mr.I H. F. Hr'uiK of Coh-.. church at this WHEN THE CAT SPIT AT THE
of the
the I Mr. nnd Mrs. Shrpnard! and :Mrs. Baptist
den I III., who( have been spending :Mr. "nnd )11'11.If'aul' Ten 1tnd twnchildren , ] arrived place. We regret to lose them as sound '
winter here left on Tuvmluy to spendn Tones, from Hopkinsville. Ky., There was a of deviltry by night as the cat perched 'on a
and Mr. Teahs mother, whIhave o, in last and neighbors but wish them success in
our city Friday arc /
few weeks at Orlando, before returning J chair and spit defiance 11.1.) the dog. The dog promptly accepted the
I been visiting :Mrs. Tehss'parents. T'lonpantly located at the New England their new home. '
to their' northern homes. Mr. and Airs. Haymaker, left / Hotel. Our little] city was recominended'to \ As the; hunting. season closes the challenge] and rushed the cat; then pandemonium ensued for eleven
atHrown's
Uev.V.. V. Konney preached at< fish to bite.l' ha\'e. seconds, during which time article of furniture in the .
last Saturday ufter- Wednesday" to spend a few days them by Mr. and :Mrs.' begin -Keen every room was
Chappel ; Tampa, before returning/: their Williamson, who spent the winter great strings of "specks" and trout violently overturned.: Strange as it may be this rough usage didn't

r *<;nn.e. riaker entertained on last Friday I home, at Hudson! Ohio. here two years aprp. lately.: hurt the furniture any, for it was made out of that new Fiber-Re I
; Mrs. 1 :Mr. and Mrs. O. G!. Hertygoz)} who 1 1Mr.. and! Mrs. Lockwood and son,
William fternoon nt'Those the home of have been visiting/: :Mr. and :Mrs. I.. U. Lyman, and Mr. and Mrs Golden, left I RODNEY SNYDER BUYS NIFTY goods that is so strong and .durable, and destined to be the' l leading
] I'hippa. pl'elH.'I1t1'1'( '
Mesdames! Hojrjrs, fottis. Phipps, Zimmerman for a few d.iys. returned .last; Friday to 1!
Reek, Shields] and! Craw. ]Dainty refreshments on Tuesday to Daytona, where_ they 110m 11101'laS/lu.' P. S. The cat wasn't hurt anv either, .._ :
of ice cream and mite are. !spending! the winter. | :Mrs, L. 1 1).- Lamb and children and I )Rodney Snyder! : went over to St. ,
Il era serve ':Miss Gladys Saunders, who has a :Mrs.l' !Ram; lirammnr and son Charles, Lucie City on the east coast last week
The" ChriRtlanVomnn's Board of .position. at Jacksonville, arrived home visited! friends in Orlando Wednesday.The : and brought back with him a beautiful -
Missions will meet in the church on ,\\ ('dll"IIIImorninlt: for a few, days I Red Cross recital given lust launch which he slipped into the GASHUM: AND SUSETTE.S
Thursday' afternoon, when a programwll visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Friday evening in the O. A., R. 'Frill waters of Lake Tohopekaliga last Susette rr-et: her physician the other day, and said to him) "0
i Edd Has! *. by Miss Jessie Hopkins, was attendedby .
The l lie! Daughter rendered, of Veterans, hold I| :Mrs :Melissa' A. Schooley, who has a large" and apprecin eve audience' i Sunday.The.: ,boat is a speed> model, measuring Doctor, I'm worried, about Gashum, for he is troubled with a buzzing y.

,been n winter guest' nt the Hotel St. in spite of the downpour.' :a.'> feet long, built with a round noise in his ears .

<-. :..:o-x---: :-:--:..:..:--:-:.-:-:--:..:.-:....- ... I Cloud, left on Monday to visit friends auspices' bow and flat stern It is all of white "Better have him to the seashore for' a month," replied the
iut St. Petersburg and Orlando beforeIreturning cedar and ii' put together with brass go
: to her home, in. Pittsburgh,, Club] Gilbert" Eldredpe' in a repertoire brads H'rews and all brass fittings.\ Doctor. .
BEAUTYPARLOR I'n. of costumed" interpretations*< It carries a 24 horse power Sterling "
r to :j The New York Veteran' Association a-rare .treat to the" people of our city engine and will' develop a speed at': "But he's so busy he can't. go away
mot on Tuesday in the, old 1 (!. A. No entertainment has been pivot) Home seventeen miles un ho'ur.i "Then you go."
)R. hall for an 1111,1.m..tinll', wheren bore which was more thoroughly enjoyed. i :Mr. Snyder contemplates titling it I
bountiful dinner wan served. I?<-v, with a' canvas top and necessary
i I seating (equipments, then using it u, !

., Ii I i i CAMPBELL NOTES ''II pleasure] craft for parties who wish I Osceola Hardware Co.
y i to make trips He is considering putting -
j in bathing facilities at the sandbar
j ROOM 61 JGRAYSTONE Dr. P. J. Cannon I Campbell school opened last :Monday and in event he does so, will use
: with :-I I Rt'hoI1l1'llIisll; : Fannie I his boat to early the batherto and
HOTEL Aduon as teacher. from i the city dock.
f Osteopathic PhysicianFormerly C'. W. Tremble Wednesday for I The boat is said to he the niftiest
Kradcntown! to visit friends and 1 relatives Crnft oh the waters of this lake for
Miss Miriam Skilton X ( of S!. Louie, Mo.) and to be nt the Manatee county some time, and when it was built! it
___ '? fair. /cost $22,000. .
I I :Mr. E. E. Brown is now blotto. be I :Mr. Snyder expects: to make a tria''
Hair Dressing, Manicuring, | Office 619 Mabbette St up after being confined toTtts bed for trip or two from, the dock Sunday af i''
:la few days. ;ternoon.( and says he will treat his; e

Scalp and face Massage | i :Mrs. Van O'Berry, and her daughter friends then. Will Sell Shoes .
8 to 10 a. m. Mrs. Coy Reams, and little grand'daughter
and Hours { '' Cora, returned Thursday! I ST. JOHNS CU D. ,
Shampooing f: from, a few days visit in Mulberry.Mr. Vlrs.
.1. ( 6 to 8 p. m. : Arthur Turner of Kissimmee, Mrs./ S. II. Bullock\ and Harry
.1. I with his friend, Meetch were joint hostesses Tuesda;
night
Phone 137 for Engagement or .+ spent C.Tuesday W. Tremble lie accompanied afternoon, entertaininir! the St. Joi:rs. Only For Cash
Mr.
I Guild, at the Bullock home on Cl;,tie 1,
Call in PeriOD I I lto +V I Chronic Diseases a. Specialtyalso ,i Tremble:Mr-' Tremble car, on to Wednesday Bradentown Morning in the. avenue. .

t j 8 12 I. m. ,3: i Mrs. :M. T. Goodman and two smallchildren The meeting was well attended in the'stud, the.- ,
Hours time with .ladies spending the time ) .
11 to 6 p. m. [ Chiropractor are spendinsOme/! of the hook "Our Church and Our
j.c: her mother in Bradentown. Country." This is to notify my friends and customers that after this dateno
E. E. Brown is expecting her
: .J :Mrs.
,. - - - son Francis home within the next two I served During with the delicious social quail hour salad they, were with shoes will be charged to any one under any circumstances. '

A .--:-:--:.-:.... : :... weeks. lie is now in Newport from News there sandwiches,. white :feather cake and I
: Va.J and is expecting/!: go ;
,i. / 1.--.,'-' .o"J. ,v:,"r,\ ;So toJCampiwheeler.: where he wil "be tea x government has fixed the price of HOES for all gradei;, I.
,1Pt I
,1 Jt I 'discharged.U'ran.ll'l1Us( one or he nJ ANNOUNCEMENT laaHilaffl t wr now iiai too fl mall to permit selling them on charge
Tax b lhatllt'ftlKlssimmec 0

Npticei I ;. i lI"'thhall.lbeenrOv y r l"" ,t' !eightQuite .,!-, I'' gen. ,r he on season Wednesday.ot Len The here Bishop 1 of e [accounts! ,u,.", ..: . ,I'.

a few of our people went to Southern Florida has Issued his usual .
the cemetery working at PleasantHill Lenten Pastoral. lie tisks for a serious Our Stock; however, will be kept fully xip to the usual standard,

Saturday, but on account of theheavy I I and reverential observance of theehurche'a and we will continue to handle a full line of the best quality Shoes
rain they were unable] to com-
Notice is season on the part qf all the
hereby that
given the"j. plete'the work. members, and suggests several p.".v- for Men, Women and Children, and solicit your continued patronage.
Earle Lanier returned home Saturday I tical ways in which it may be prt.fttably -
tax books of Osceola County for from camp, where he -&B8 honorably spent. Here is one request: "
discharged! from military duty.
I "Let me suggest a single!: concrete
:Miss Albina Smith, with a corps peiformance; quite! feasible for each
the year 1918 will close promptlyon of singers' held a community singing/: cne of you, almost absurdly sj/nplr, H.C.STANFORDCO.
i at Campbell Sunday. Come again. und. yet something whih m s. >T you
We enjoy singfng. ha'e'not done for v cars ? '.'tin is to

the first Monday in April. All f. read! every day of Lent one page or T
chapter of the New Testament-to;
BARTON LAKEWritten read it perfunctorily and swiftly but
taxes not in my office by that date with an honest effort to get its meaning -

( for Last Week.) And after you have thus read, ,

will be subject to all penalties. i overseas.Our soldiers Kirbv are Smith returning was the from(first try you to see and your how the circumstances teaching appliesto what :?fii'M'P: Y 940fi44440 O OOO"o.t : fi.'r.-:afi0- -

to arrive! buck' ) 'to Barton Lake, then it ltulZ'lreflts.of repentance and duty '

Homer Tindall, who cama about ten and hope" I .
days ago. His father and mother, I'I'I
C. L. BANDY Mr. ,and Mrs. M: P. Tindall, gave a HART MEMORIAL RECEPTIONNext

"joy welcome" social for him last Tuesday night the W. C. T. U, :
Tax Collector ; Saturday night at their home on Lake will gladly] welcome the "strangers R.S.FLOYD'S
T-IOt
Hart. Miss Edna Canada, our schoolteacher within out gates" as well as give ..
"I' was also an honor guest at hearty greetings to those who continuously I
,-< ":":-:-:+exc-<--: this social as her school had been abide in our midst. ;
cloood and she expected' to returni As everybody knows the regular
Tuesday night "chapter house socia!"
.J.I has been recalled, and this will be. f
W. C. T. 'U. nights.A .
short program has been arranged Groceries and :
a program largely in the natureof I
a community sing/:, led by our pop-
ular and much beloved Miss M. F.

Beals.Come everybody, help to make thisa -
jubilee and to hear of a great jubilee c i Fresh Meats .

o' A Place Higher Up be there.W. C. T. U. COMMITTEE.. 1


Cary n. Landis, of DeLand, one of
South Florida's leading attorneys, .
i in the business world is was in Kissimmee this week on pro- '

obtainable by the employee who has hewed to the business lines and fessional business. Phone 176 302 Broadway

built up a Bank account. .

I The man made of the right sort of stuff don't need any "pull"he \

gets there because he deserves to. There is some satisfaction in BOARDOF 1\ utO J wMILTON'S

c success by the "merit-road." ; t oo.oo ooooooot..oooo +OOOUOOClI>
t
S If you are ambitions, open an account in this Institution and you

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