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 14, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00898
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: 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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I VOTERS, MAKE CLEAN SWEEP I! Mass Meeting I IA :[NEW!' 'CITY ADMINISTRATION :



,Ii IN WHITE MAN'S' PRIMARYThe i iI ALL STRONGFOR BULKHEAD

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THE BOARD OF TRADE, WILL BE HELD' ON DARLING. .

"- White Man's Primary held wn_ __ I: TON AVENUE BETWEEN THE. STATE AND CITIZENS :' As a result of the prima 1'>'" last head bonds, said: "I certainly. favorthem
,Saturday to nominate' the city officials 'I Saturday which placed in nominationfor if themonev Is. spent advisedly
for the civic year. was, participated : BANKS TONIGHT. THE BULKHEAD BOND ELECTION city offices men who are all well utter it is voted. In administering!
in by practically every quali known to favor a constructive 'admin- the city's affairs I stand first of.. all
,k lied voter in the city and resulted inplacln" X: WILL: BE DISCUSSED BY ABLE SPEAKERS. MUSIC tol j istration It a premonition of the for ,economy, then for progress. I
of I ; perion I of growth and development oil, hope to see the city
an entirely new aet men move right alon
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on the ticket. AND COMFORTABLE ,,which KIssImmee is enterThese/ the road to prosperity, and to do so

While the interest ,was strong everything |: SEATS PROVIDED. EVERYBODY CORDIALLY .3: :men have 'seen Klssimmce shoulderher it is necessary to make' Improve...
was quiet and orderly and burden'' through tfye war period ments. I have watched the progressof .
good feeling existed throughout the : VITED. +{land have seen her.lay aside every Industrial other pll\ces and have never yet
day. The majority of the votes were t + j project and dedicate her seen a town grow with any rate 1)f
cast few bulated ones, came in later. H.r I ....-..-...-.M.M.-.M.------vv---"V"----l'-.M.M LL.A"d ---"d.-.Ad.A-.A --;..-.-.....-O..O--..;..;..;. that time has passed 'and now every civic improvements At'' money KnoxvSUe

Of the three candidates, for mayor, (j energy may rightly be W J, Steed was elected to office. '.". | the welfare and prosperity of thejcity her of the council! for years. while
Mayor-elect Steel is too well-known OF TRADE DISCUSSES : and community, for the Interests .I Ijof their constructive work was going on
.J to need an ''*'l11ention. His aiiioi'iution iBOARD ,' any town cannot be sea-regaled I und have seen the real estate double
with the city's Interests in his eon 'from thot of its surroundings. |und treble l in value-'as a 'result. Of
rection with the law firm -of Kribba .r \v. J. Steed: the mayor elect, is''Tout it is equally as important to

& Steed and later Kribbs, Steed & MANY CIVIC IMPROVEMENTS /optimistic of tlm., immediate future guard the city's money with care, an Akrrman have established his lion. growth of Kissininiee. In an inter-,,above I all things, to see that full val'uo )- ........r. '
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I representative of the1 is received dollar .
.est) and integrity und won for himt for dollar. ,
-.- confidence of the people; liisjcon- i Gazette, he said: "I believe the new :I I R. S. Floyd for years one of the
,iiection with Company I', and later .rL I : administration! will do everything in prosperous merchants of Kissimmee,
with the Osceola county home guards It.is.i ; evident from the meetings; :Kissimmee You'll Like It." Belowhis (fits power for the upbuild of Kisaiminee said; "Certainly I am in favor of
till he entered the naval reserves, L ./ I the Hoard of Trade that the organization , ( captivating sentence is ''a space that she may not only keep the bonds for bulkheading hope. .
won him commendation' from the entire is goirig to be a "live wire"in for the number o fmiles. !abreat of the neighboring/ cities but to see the necessary vote.cast tomor
population here. Added to (hose looking to the. interests of Kis- The Board' of' Trade ordered 50 of perhaps exced them in business..altl- row. J
qualifications; he has an exceedingly simmee and at each session same newactivity r these signs/ made and placed along :vity. This community is blJVsed I I "There should be exceeding", care
pleasing personality and his unfailing is taken up that will add, to the highways in variousparts\ of 'the with natural advantages not found Jn taken. 'In the method of proceeding .
courtesy{ with all, entitle him to --- --- the city's prosperity. Last Friday state. {{other places and the time has come ,.with the project, that the money is '..
his! wide circle of friends. jiight was no exception to the rule.! i The Board of Trade is still keen [when these should be developed. I I wisely applied but that of course ,
Many candidates featured the race W. J. STEED When the opening hour arrived a ilon, new members and the membership,' "The bulkhead for which the bonds :!must come later I firmly believe
for councilmen for the two "year Nominee fo'r Mayor in White Man's goodly number of business men were!'I committee, E. I). Katz and A' S. Nelson will be voted tomorrow is of vital I:the bulkhead would add Immeasura I
term which divided the vote somewhat present for the conference showing: were urged to bring as many into 'Importance, and should be built by bly to the prosperity of the'city, not ';
;, Attorney George W. Fox leading Primary.For I that enthusiasm is not on the wane.;:.I the fold as possible. I all means. I firmly believe that 'in !I'only to one' section of the town 01'ot"
with R. S. Floyd a close second The evening began' by the readinICrommunlcatlons. : Of course"the bond election for the three years time the increased valuation -'class its citizens but to the entire
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and II. M. Breaker easily making Councilmantwo . of by Secretary Sam i I bulkhead movement held the center '' of the land in the. !lake front city and its whole people.
third 'place. year term. Lupfer, Jr. No action .was taken on i I of the stage during the evening, and section that is reclaimed by the bulk. I "Then there are other improve. '
In the councilman's race for the George W. )Fox_.__ 257 -- 257 ,, any of the topics .brought up. 'as the issue :tomes before the peoplefor .head, and' the land immediately ad- ments which should be made at the
one-year term. W. II. Arnold polleda R S. Floyd--------- 237: .. 237 | The present condition of the, their final decision on !Saturday, joining it which will become valuable earliest possible date; for instance,,
large majority over his opponent, II. M. Breaker_____ 188 .. IRS streets were discussed and a commit. it was thought advisable to hold a property will not only pay the interest I the street connecting with the St.
A. S. Reed. Messrs. Fox (Floyd, G.. C. LHingston____ 109( .- 105)Tliward tee appointed to gather data as to, ,a mass meeting Friday night on Darlington -' on the bonds but will pay a large I Cloud road -and the one connecting
Breaker and Arnold are all in closet I M. Katz____ 102 __ 102 the advisability of hard surfacingmore : avenue, in front of the city portion of the sinking fund. If my j I with the Tampa road on the sooth
J ,) with the business interests W. W. Carson..,_____ 87 .. 8TF. thoroughfares in the city. Prosecuting hall, where a number 'of prominent prediction proves true this increase ,should be hard surfaced. There is no
Viere, and they have the city's welfare ) II. Lawosn------- 50 __ 50 Attorney W. B. Crawford I I local men will be called upon to point '''of taxable property will result in |doubt that the conditions existing
named chairman of this 'commit- out the benefits which would follow I lower taxes than in there
M heart. I For Councilman- was are now effect,! are a drawback to the prosper
The, ticket for Marshall was a I| one term. tee and was given instructions to re- la'-flevelopment of that nature. It is to the entire city. I'itv of Kissimmee and should' be remedied I
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three-cornered event between George W. II. Arnold.. 250 __ 250; port back at a later meeting./ expected that the Kissimmee band I "There are other improvements !I at once. There are a number
." ,V. Orerstreet Howell Bass and J. A. S. Reed____-_-_-.-__ 101 .- 101 i The organization went on record as I ,will be on hand and the people gcnL'erallv greatly needed here. The roads leading I of streets thpt should be paved, too,
Mi Woodall. the latter candidate favoring the street which connects, in a sort of community gatherIng to the city from the east ami, as soon as practical."
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under the, wire .ft length ahead of For. Marshal and. .with the St. Cloud hard surfaced I- for this event. |from the south should be hard sur:' H. M. Breaker one of the newly
the other entries; i! Tax Collector road and the unhricked city street i II. C. Stanford, president of the faced; a number of streets .should be elected councilman is a strong advocate
.T. :M. \\Voodall------- 17 187 connecting with the Dixie Boar dof Trade. will the Irravod and some, of the city '
C. W. C, Bass Z, Bass, C. A. Carson, Highway preside over outlying of the bulkhead movement. In
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to lamps the south. It de- and will call such well- property which is paying is I Ian
Alan J. MacDonough and (',. W. Persons on was meeting on a high tax interview with a representative
( were named as the White Man's howell Bass _____.__'_ 71 __ 71., deled to ask the city council to take, known orators as, Pat Johnston, Mayor not benefited with city improvements. ,,of the Gazette, he said: "There Is no
Executive committee. : .For Executive I this matter up at once. Cadel Prosecuting Attorney W. This should be rectified where possi question but that Kissimmee wouldbe
The tabulated vote follows: CommitteeW. 1 K.: L. Green addressed the meeting: B. Crawford. Col. Lewis O'Bryan LIe." greatly benefited by this develop.
I C. BallSu_____ 240 in the interests of a nifty advertising ,Mayor-elect W. J. Steed. Councilman The new .council when interviewed, [ment and I will do all in, my poweras
t.<. .t2,; 7.. Bass ____________ 229C. scheme and showed attractive signboards iJG.I W. Fox and Ex-Senator C. A. nil expressed their desire to see Kissimrnee a citizen to bring it about. It Is
,,. ..c' I A. Carson_______ 218 bearing the words: "Visit:i Carson. branch out into new avenuesof now up to the people, and the election
',,, -1 .c.:. .... ."....,. '' _.. I Alan J. MacDonough. 219! .. development, and were unanimous]next Saturday will be an expressionof
: .-. ] '= l G. W. Persons------- 241 in the belief that bulkheading was their views. Should they vote the
sf ei fKm 1 i AIRPLANES BRING PAS- VISITOR URGES CITY TO ;the first project to undertake. There bonds, as I sincerely hope they will '
:Ma>ur Capt. J. W. Simpson is home from seemed to be little dfbubt in their I do, 'I am heartily in favor of having
W. J. Steed--------- 10(? 7--20l: amp) on a ten day furlough and is minds that the necessary two-thirds nll'the' work, as far as practical, done
J. S.; Oadel________ 147 -- 147 'eing /given the !glad hand by his,:SENGERS FROM ARCADIALieutenants E" FRONTMayor majority would be cast tomorrow.. I
E. A. :Milton-------- 29 ,- 29 i many Kissimmee friends. BULKHEADJ.AKE, Geo. W. Fox, In referring to bulk- (Continued On Page Eight.: )
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piloted two Deliavilund planes equipped who was a business visitor to Kis-QUARANTINE
U. S. GRAND JURY INDICTSDONEGAN AGAINST
: wIt) Liberty motors here from simmee on Saturday, voiced a strong TICKS < i
' ; CarlstroniField, Wednesday the. approval on. the: ,bulkhead bonds I ,
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I novel mission of: bringing)a ,couple of; which< will be':voted'on tomorrow.' 1 -v,.
official passengers,: from the field wh. He said: "Kissimmee should by all j :
GUSTUS WEAVERNews dffcired to take train No. 40, north means'vote the bonds in fact can't EFFECTIVE HERE APRIL 1 ST'
fiom Kissimmee. On the last lap of afford to do otherwise." I
the light one of the pilots saw that He expressed the opinion that the ,
-- {I the train was likely to reach the sta- bulkhead would be a paying investment _
'tion before his passenger could do! aside from its phase of civic
of the indictment by the Federal ed in the alleged/ embezzlement or so, and he treated the spectators toa 1 pride in beautifying the city. The I On April first Osceola county will cattle of the pest. In Orange county
grand jury here of officials of misapplication of funds is between demonstration of speed when his> reclamation of 100 acres of land 'and |be placed under quarantine for the the loss of cattle this season, was
the defunct St. Cloud National Bank, I $150.000 to $200,000, according to '' practically nothing, 'while just across
i ship attained the rate of 125 miles i the developing of it from a worthless' 'purpose of eradicating the cattle:
was released here yesterday by. Uni- ,the district attorney. Bonds for the hour. should the line' in Osceola county the loss
per into valuable city lots [tick from within .
ted States Attorney Herbert S. !'hill-- release of the men have been namedin I The Dellaviland swamp of its borders, a progressive I' was unusually heavy. There 'couldbe
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planes are ; in itself more than cover the cost
ips. Capifses for the arrest of the the sum of $5,000 each, Mr. Phillips Iuilt for the purpose of air acrobatics the project he said. .[ step which many of the far- but one reason for this. Orangecounty's
men were sent to Jacksonville sever- said. seeing tattle men have been looking cattle were tick free and
though they have climed tO000 ,- Conn is of large
-I 1 days ago and were expected to be The St. Cloud bank went into the '( ( feet in eleven minutes tellt.Ibltt Mayor a man forward to for some time. I I those) of Osceola ranges were Infected -
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on a and of extended experience. '
served by .yesterday. 1 hands of a receiver a year ago and of the 'de'n- means With the quarantine in effect nQ'' The cattle men who have seen
one departing ships and his opinion should weight.
Three indictments were found, according -I many of the depositors who had everything onstrated the climbing of his carry cattle may be brought into the coun- I these two conditions are strongly-
to Mr. Phillips. In the first, I they owned in the institution i plane' and thrilled the onlookers power with! JUBILEE MEETING SATURDAY ty and the cattle here cannot be favoring the eradication work and
Arthur E. Donegan, president of the were left penniless, itis, said, ,a spectacular rise. moved from bne precinct to another, will give their heartiest support to
institution, is charged with embezzlement I among them many of the old soldiers j jI I This is the second party of ships FOR WORLD WIDE PROHI. except under 'certain dipping regula the dipping: campaign, for business
ict' on ten counts. In the second I living in St. Cloud, who lost savings visiting here this week the first coming I lions. rl'qllons! if for no other.
indictment I>oneR"an. together with of a lifetime. I IJorteJran. j*L in for the week-end after A jubilee meeting will be held at All arrangements are being made Dr. G. B/ Hartk'e. who is in the em-
Paul K. Weaver, a former cashier is president of the bank, j flight. a prolonged the band stand Saturday night, when for the systematic dipping of the cat- ploy of the government, will have
I charged with misapplication of funds was. former clerk of the court of Os- i Mrs Lillian B. Fulton of St. AuguStine tie, beginning at the time the quarantine full chaige of the ca.ttle dipping in
I und A. W. Gustus, cashier at the ceola county and at one time a state ,, SOCIAL COURTESY FOR a state speaker, wilk addressthe is declared. Cattle must be ithii county till it is declared tick
time the bank failed is charged with senator from his district. lie sometime 'I': people of Kissimmee on the great ,dipped every fourten days until they ;ifrep. and will make Kissimmee hU!
'aiding and abetting them. The ago entered suit against several I I OUT OF TOWN LADIES i problems of reconstruction and world have had fourten dippings. This '|headquarters while the work is going; "
third indictment charges Donegan I prominent financiers of his section !I wide prohibition. .. will require about six months which I I Ion.I .
and Gustus with false entries. charging conspiracy to ruin_ him.- I :Mrs. H. C. Stanford; and Mrs. P. There will be attractive music. would free the county of ticks early Th!!' fall. if all goes well Osceolacauntv
The total amount of money involv- Tampa Tribune. |1C.': Buttorff, entertained the ladies at The program will begin at. 7:30:: in the 'fall.There I :: : cattle can be Shipped into
I 1 the country club the log cabin annex; o'clock. has been some opposition to tick free sections without the preliminary .

John Rider, Jamaica N. Y.; !Mrs. J. i'and the Hamilton family, Wednesday i On Sunday, evening at 8 p. m., a this movement by those who were dippings which are' now required -
: MANY VISITORS AT C. Arthur Lafayette Ind. and Miss' afternoon, at the home of Mr. and I union service 'will be held at the not posted as to the general( results t nd there sems to be' no doubtin
; Mrs. Emmett with' but the past winter has shown : the mind, of the
Frances Paver, of Knoxville, Tenn. i| Buttorff on street, > First Methodist church when Mrs. con prospective ship-
an informal afternoon tea. Fulton will speak again. All the 1 clusively that no county can affordto I per 4 that the returns will be !trnsitly

THE HART MEMORIAL MRS. POTTER GIVES BENEFIT I'I'i churl'hes will dispense with their regular :-I, put> off the campaign to rid its ._J\\t at.fyiig.RUNAWAY:. .
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TEA AT COUNTRY CLUB I II. C. Busch. president of the Cincinnati evening meetings or will I
j { Steel & Iron Co., arrived in short services in order to join the jun- RED CROSS BUREAU OF AFTER' I i
The Hart Memorial which is used Mrs. William S. Potter, of Lafayett. Kissimmee yesterday on a visit to ion meeting. The public is cordially CARE AT WORK IN FLORIDA | COUPLE .
aa a rest room and library and general Ind., who is spending the winter. ,/his friend, G. Sheldon Brown, presi- invited to attend. --- --. I
social center for residents and at her pleasant winter residence in (dent of the Graystone Hotel Operating The Bureau of After Care of the
visitors, entertained within her hos- Kissimmee, gave a benefit tea at the Co. Mr. Burch will leave Monday State High School Inspector Caw- Civilian, Relief department of the i WED IN KISSIMMEE
pitable walls some IfiO out of town I country club Monday/ afternoon en-., acompanied by !Mr. Brown, for thorn, was here this week on one of Southern Division of the Red Cross | -
peoph* who have registered there tertaining some fifty guests. ''a ten days fishing' trip around Miami. his regular__visits of inspection. will hold a series of meetings
since its opening. | Mrs. Potter's sister, Mrs. Arthur, : throughout the state of Florida beginning I j{ Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Ceo.
i who assisted her through the after- with a meeting in :Miami on I I; D. Sumner of Orlando and Miss, Celeste -
The doors are open each day in the : noon. announced the program that March 5, and followed by others at ,,,,] Bradshaw 'of Atlanta, went to
week except Sunday, and the official BONDS
hostess Miss Maude Alice Wagner, I had been arranged for the diversionof I EXPECTED TO POLL Gainesville Tampa, Went Palm Kissimmee and met by appointmentthe
Rev. J. J. Farmer. A marriage
is there to receive -guests and the guests. This was a novel Beach, Jacksonville, and possibly in
any read Dr. L. other well. ''license had been previously secured.
after playette which was by places as
look the library. I
I A. Hamilton who gave a witty introduction The fact that the Bureau >f After I Friends say the young miss and
Mrs. M. D. Alexander has been and pantomimed by Mrs. Care has received reports from the I the'young man had long been sweethearts -
manifesting her interest in the rest I Carpenter, Miss Inez Carson Mr. BIG MAJORITY TOMORROWstrong office of the Surgeon General that ; had in fact gone to school
room in a practical way and has been Carpenter and Dr. Hatt. The clever up to March 1, 275 men had been returned together. The marriage'was a run
furnishing bouquets of choice cut interpretation of the lines brought to Florida homes as "disabled"and I away affair.
flowers to make the rooms more at. bursts of laughter from the audienceand -- that of this number there were There is yet some placating to be
tractive. I rounds of applause.Dr. I Tomorrow, the bond election for influential business men who dome 249 suffering' from tuberculosis done. Mrs. Sumner left yesterday*
Among the strangers who have enjoyed Arthur gave a very fine exhibition the purpose of providing funds to and have made a thorough canvas of is sufficient reason for these meet- I for Atlanta to break the news to
the rest room! recently' are: of the dances taught in the Y. i the possible voters with a view to Informing I mother. Her father went with her,
Rev. and Mrs. Lafeham Depot I bulkhead the lakeshore of Lake To- of ings.There for so it is not doubted that he will be
Kittery M. C. A. and other places, by those them of the true merits is no state sanatarium I
Me.; Mr. and Mrs. L. Holley and I in charge of the physicial culture de- hbpekaliga, will come before the the bulkhead. The committee has treatment of tuberculosis in Florida. lined up when the bride reaches home..
Miss Nellie Leak, of Providence. R. partment, which is an adaptation of property owners here. Those: who been holding special sessions and Intend The percentage of colored soldiers She is expected back in Orlando ina
I.; Mr. and Mrs. M. Brinkerhoff, of Jackie's work and play, modified bythe have given the situation careful at- to l leave nothing to chance. having the disease is very large and few days.--Reporter-Star._
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Chqrch, ; Mrs. Majjgle motion of the ships. The dance tention express their confidence. that With the bonds carried by a large the peope of the state are uninformedas
Morris, Mrs. Ella L. Bulliet and J. L. include fifteen movements, beginning the bonds will carry without doubt, majority of the voters and the bulkhead to the methods of protecting public procuring of legislative action which!
Bulliet all of Corydon Ind.; D. Or. with the hoisting of the anchor.Dr. I in fact, it is said that more than two- ar assured fact, there is no ,limit health but they' desire and need I will result in providing the necessary
rine Magoun. of Lakeland; Mr. and Arthur's rendition was received thirds of the qualified voters here to the progress which could be the information as to ways and sanatoria which the conditions de
Mrs. W. C. Ledford of Jacksonville, [ with much applause. I II IIII have pledged; their word to supportthe made by this little city which has I means of doing this. I mands. It is such intelligent direction
IH.; Almeda Arrowsmith, of St..II| The audience was ushered out to election. I been so greatly blessed by natural !Miss :Mary A. Abel, director of the and the practical application of
Cloud; Mrs. I. H. Small of Lewiston i the vnranda facing Lake Tohonekaliga While confident of the outcome of advantages. It is a pleasing vision I After Care Bureau. ,will explain in \jit that the Red Cross is trying to give ....,..
Me.; Wm. Gallog, of Dayton, Ohio; I where they were refreshed with the election no stone will be left unturned -" to' look over the possible growth and detail at each meeting the valuable I the people through the Bureau of After
Mrs. J. H. Houser of Dayton; Ohio; [ aftlO1"oltea' sandwichcn and as- to insure a majority at the I prosperity which may lie just before function of home service' this con- Car which concerns itself with
"'I't F. F. Crafts. of Mattapen, Mass.; :, sorted' cakes, while they chatted in- polls tomorrow. The Board of Trade her, and who .knows but that Kissimmee -, nection and at the same time, will the thousands of, returning soldiers
.Frank Lawson Pittsfield, Mass.; i formally. appointed a campaign committee of ,may soon' "come into her own."l make useful suggestions as to the find their reinstatement in civil life.
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W' "As for work among the French people ,,,1
... .' Syrup1'cPsin in bur << now thtit.t hostilities have ceased IT'S NOT YOUR HEART ,r :.
the French t hplII..t.UIHurull3. prey

.home and will be as long as we ca.n; get $400,000,000 fer UK 'fur never - r --- - - -
/ own. It has accordingly been des
.' it. We have used it for the past.four years :andit hammed 1 'that the, | )Ulditi|; principle of Kidney 1
.. A 'majorov of the Ills alluring nltt" IIuhi"t.4.' Intlanima-
tad t'I'<,s8 policy In l-Yitnce" henceforth .people today can be lrmcj. back to ho II1.l l'Rtroy the ffftrma wl&iob
has'1.Vcd. us many a doctor's'bill. ,It is fine, War.Council. on Retirement Announces shall he\ to lui\e 1 punctilious' regard' to kidney 'trouble.' |. 'nilait It, Ho not' wait until to-
tin lo your dru uK1t today and
love take it.'" Cash and Supplies j Its Beery r<-"ponll' ""/ >iiliy\ Jhut tu 'direct. i The kt.l'ntla'r.* .tile m".t ImportuniKaas tnsl.i crow l un UULoU M10UA14' Haarlem OH _
and uf the 1 ,
for the children they to >" .1)Th arc
I II lit ffforis 'primarily I '.. ., .. ., V
to n"'Ilng'Fr"II1I '' nltt..... .. Hid |>urltl",i'., uf yuurKldnov b ( l* i1 M J In twent.tour hour jrouutiixjiil
I I feel l health and vlcor r.turnlncan.
Dr.'CaMwrll'Wrltien Contributed.. relief'itm-lt-lle. The liberated t \
/From a )Inter.. lo Ir" ) bY .. ) Will! bl.u dry you flret hoar
f Ml. onJ M(. Many KobhUft\ 2207 So. I nod! tie va I'll' a'led region of France have'liti'ii j ..... .lvt.>plnnn.it% Jl Kvuu.iifi .. or 'I..I." MJCIi.VU" H.iarlom OH.
I datgrnndericy, liackachjC9FiiM
': C&LY' / tilt lditl .by tlt government Into I. .. <-h trnnbin ,, After you feel l thai you. bare eur 4yoiirn.'lf.
\ A 1'1 Ulwuod (( pain in l IOUIH ai\j Hfw r ..b.IOIII..O" iutiMiMi. to take two
.. I.. '. : WORKERS WILL. "CARRY ON." small itllftlrictH, "' !, each, otnclutly assignedKi frail .aton... irravel t'iMh uartt.m..a' ..ttlcalnd (.XVBUI., .t each .I-ty, pa us on.to keep or Inflrffr I
'' '" : . .: ,. , a designated' .Kreiu-li relief. organ! '' lumbutfo. -J** \ ..rlaim: <*,>ii>.IIU"n'' and ward oft: tblniK .
:. .: "H tlolI, Alt then dtrelfogrmente' are nAlurj)'" < ?<* of Dr' CaldWell'sSyruplPepsii alicnaN (a wlirn you brat the kl : ';" . Five BiO i Societies. 'in World Wlde'Pljp.H. ._ "J'he American. Hed <'ro"s workIn ,l haler, Vuu should: ) .'lie. a11) 1 HI! !11.41.101'.1.! Three ate.-". Mon.) r.ftii4'd .-
"P. Davlton Head .International' France was Initialed. by n commission MKOAU: ,Ilaarl..iii Oil (.'..".ul... tniin> It they lo not help l you

J . American'. Red Cross Comml. .lon. j' of flKhfciMi.! : men whti huiilod, on French' ........ ....''...............'..:'...........--...' ...."" ....."........
; ,;( : : :( sljori'M Juno 13: HM7r.) Sfiice t then -, -
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Dr. Livingston Fat-rand Permanent S-I>MI'*> il.diKi 1'.1'' ...ills liaVelieen. upon] the I II I'' .'
1 MRS..HALL ENTERTAINS
I'1" , Leader of Peace Organization.ViiMiliifitun. :' roll.- In l-'rance. of wlmni T.lto")1" 'wereacllVely 3

'; !. {.I(, ': :The I' rfi'rf l lXtllj1.'C .. ; : 111111(1; l when! the armisticeWIIK J j I ,BAPTIST BUILDING CIRCLE I NEW
i .
i -.luiit-d. An Jndlcutlfiii. of tlupren' -
', /I'.n \ .- ( :Special ) ... Henry, P. IMII i";-111.' t>f tlie.. ,"rk'\\lll ht olitnliu-d. I'I The home of Mrs. E I S. Hall was i rfHDllHOTEL

",' Sold! by Drnj nists Everywhere : I a'vKoi! us clixlniian 'N..ui-s the" following u from the fact that ,the .services of flOt"0petNuiiH the 'place of meeting for the UuiUlinirl I IMuniiay
... ,; . '. ,, Circle: of the First Baptist church
T"'o Miiii'iiii'M. ' mi 'behalf. ; tif the .War are" "I ill 1..1111..1."Our ] I and the ladies of
: ;" tlnit
L ::;: ortran
50() ) $ LOO I ,. .
American" I :
cts. vs. iiifll (| Kil l Cross Kxpedltlonnry: : i I.'or..ehll'hlC I
:1 . '. < | olyhi-AIIH'-I nation! uxdt'mtileU there .for an 'ufl< r. ,
: '.'. .
largely (evat-iuiteil England t tlielu'lUlllos -
.,, .\ noon -of pleaureand profit itndtheyindustriously ,
,. ) "J'uth.Aulw. 1'1 Iean 1'roIite' ''' . JACKSONVIUE-rtA(
lrI' / of' t the Red (I'," ." OitiunlsK !! sewed\ the quilt for
on >
: Constipation I rpfikes' chililren! ttncoi lfortable, cross;: arid "TheYtu': "oHwll' lit the, .American ,| ; Jit'd. O-OKN ii|l'i|>tilnlo'd. I liy I'l'fsldfiitVI1, .. j .hll1lt '''III 1.>' ....rl..I.. Active operations"ijit chatted: > Eu o Dl I\ompI"te.Mod"n.. Screellad .

irrit'ablc. Justus it docs older pc pie. "Dr. Caldlsell'sSyrup 'soil nil" May lit, I''IT, to curry" on tin | still, In p'roKrt'K: : !! Archangel. and I At the conclusion of their- work 0111'kft roans-SieJmBeatad-N. up'Cafein lC

}Pepshi! acts easily and 'natural!}' and. promotes work; ,nf tlui, American, \ Itird' CroHii.. .ijtir-\\ ', :krln'rla" , they enjoyed delicious sandwiches action! .Convenient to [veI'TNl\j'l/\/
"Thtvork In has -heen almost i I served with pickles and silted! peanuts ...
lug the win-, lit their. t-cuucs-j, awl by | Italy : of City Send for SooltlpWINDltUSniTM.PROP'R ,
\ A trial hottle he obtained free of and cake and The silver I .
normal"regularity. can Lull' nt the riMitriil ( 'oiiiiiiluee, ceusievlat 'iulivly, on behalf of tlu civilian. pair \' cocoa .
1111111,," of flint' . In charge I bVvritinjr to Dr.V.. B. Caldwell: 458 Washington inldliliilil, , 1'.111'1'I'\\ : country '1 $13.00: I II II
I Jiourx, of ,
IIaIy'sslrngglelhr I I American' _
.l'JI.' ...,.Ita"'I tlu' arnt1stIi" \ \'" w'ti I I I Mrs. Hall's guests WII'I'11'8.: : W '- - -- ---. tr
St., Monticello, 111. Hliiiit'O\I I the War c'<'Miii-II l InstitutedKtidles \ I people.' through I 'their Red, rri>ss, went, \V. H'II.11'8: Kennell, :Mrs. AA..

(. 't to'' ,iliH'i'lnliicvltt' . .. .. .... ..
-- ---.- -- rolk'f, for whlcli"th Hoverniu'i-nt and
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--- - -. '
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----- - -- l Iy war Wnfk, uf the urifiinlr.Urn!!! u'nulil j '' Edwards, Mrs.! J.V.. Wilder. :Mi-
TALENT TEA. I, :No \\ tiriiis In a Iliauhy Child hate l>t-fii suilli-lt-iitly\ iniiltired to 'fit-I I I.. "pie of Italy have never. ceased to La.ura Shl'U'PS.11': ''. H. I'. Uviujftlon -

The ::11: K. I'him-h liutigtilow. warfthe I AH i-hllln-nV' iiilii-il| with worms have nn tin- lihle law illrix-iloii! of iitTalrs to Inre. j jsuimil t ekjuvKH\ their grill it tate. I Mrs\ \V. C. Williumlt.11'1.; II.'Carpenter. .

scene of n \ iav pleasant event lll'alltrycolnr/ >v V.'IiI lmUra(4',, ( < |taa'rdadaudata I I ] . l".v I the iierniHiitMit Mttitf. .Henry'I j Supplies and Personnel to Near East. ' \Irs.: Pouleum! Mrs.V.: S.
rule, hero it J imlr' or K H MUIIIIH II turt.HOM1. "The occasion. for nurli 19mrentra- Thornton .)It'". G!. II. Newhouse Mrs
when the Pails when
Friday afternoon nusMonnry (.1(0f'S: I'AM'KlVss: chili1oNICgivesregularly, :; I iMvN.m' liflnit' In the Iu | 4OO
society i-tityrtuiiied! its -friends ti>rlwoor thrttv, Li vll enrich tht I hluud. tit- iiriiilKlK1, lens ,signed. auiiiiut,* with n talent lea 1'1'0Iho (liilcsilnn.Jki,1 ail at n t'ni'r ISirrnihrnlfifl ftniferelico tlii-rc uf (Ihn In-iids of all! ithe i ami even In France tmvliiK nutur- Belle Modi: :'01 I'll. George I., l.eitner.!
and' T;> I (l"lllltitiltl of ferns, p:\.lnis !pol- > .Bful Iliet liild, 1 vlll Iw ( Iteil ('Ilan, H'oiiiiidsxtons, t In Kiiroptto ally 'normally" diminished. It hasbcva PICTURESEACH ,
b.Tm nil, :Miss" M 1 C. Un'lIl1.lrR.: "rovton.!
t led! flowpi let-united" the ruuiim I' Iilsslhl0/ divert andlitinurl
Iii', | to Supplies
101""I"111I'8I1h. 1'1'a it tii luke Mlc IH.T buttle. cntixasK "ll1utllOll.n'r| conIderlns Curs'on.1'8. ,
:'oln.IIIriol1: I I. H. Fa
:
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making them unusually attractive.At ....
\ all the fa''t.ers Itvasi ..11- Il'Iu.I,1 I \ lit large. nu-asiire la l the aid
Mr\ J. J>. Jelfonl and :Mrs. O.
the rear of the ..(1'1 a ,iluility: tea .iif those. people III the. .Ni'iir; I-'ast; t who mere ? 3 MONTH
make, tininuislilon on
thfiii. A xurprlx11tg\ iiinount 1 of tiilon] ; t. | H.! Kails. _
table teas arranged"lind" : here :.Mrs.Jlel'hiitlvr was tl l\scli\ 1 ,-.I at this point of 1111' ':11' NTiu-i-li, 1. 'I lu-. very forluimfi- chaos. ,, here hitherto boon linn...,....!ble to out-. I ,, POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZINE
V.iniu/.c-r|
and :\II' |pre: .|Id|,> ii<*vl.,..tancc>, hut whose .HUfTerlnnshave ., II SAUrBV ALL NUW..4Lla.
sided at the t-lose 1" of the Lift '-tIfltI. ti-rnoon for 1 the xersi'stre (1roIilOdlyclever. nT l I'r, H.lx III Ion! rurraiKl iis the new |I Chronic ( "n.tiJltli"n.I : IS roll "' .">* a* far
them to > s (
'Opt
lii-t-n seui"'. Aik 700
uppiilllni
I'liiilrninii nf the\ ( <>iitrnl" I 'oiiiiiiliu-<' upon an
leRlLubwnutloa1lW
caUe
while sandwiches mid Jissoited {he lete.t lr i-tM/d
refreshed. the iruentH.Mrs. I Wlit'ii asked\ to gar s what the pro" and 1 lli"-ri-l'iv' llm IIIM-IIIIIIK-HI chief| r\ i 'I'lii''in--ils I of I th.*..p peoples are HO vast i I There are peopletvho/ 1 never KIMimoxemeiit :. a II C.aW..nd u f lh. 4eup.MPULA. P.nsd. bLt.+,
grant reprvsi'ntetl there, wan iu difliciiltv r lull /gii: ,,'rtIIu'nI iilono. can meet. them 1 of the how..1s'Llhnul it >-
: lame I'aulk )11''. :Mel'hatter. t*<-iill\ <* of tai<- Ili'd Pros' tuiiki-s .pns.ililt' i CHANIC MAOAZINC ,
Mrs. Van |Iluyor and :Mr*. K. IC.1'011]" i"" jrivinjr the rorrtvt( aixwei ,,' the i-oiimiiiiiiiiitKin" of I111'I plan uuI I hut American Hed, Yost I U inn kIit!; timuirhl urtiilncd! l hII this condition athurti.o: themxlvei of then1' N. M Ave.... OM..e.. SN.

who )were\ htistestteit' ' had\ arrantred an "Smili"., Hlld as a tilting; close :MisUoliersun , der tin* molt fiirnl| lt> i-uinlilton.. tin effort to relieve Immediately. << themore i liv the use of mineral! on waters' :I tiltstrong
!: rentleietl the by that' -i
arnuaiii l.rojtr11Hhid, they informed I song acute illstrew."An . '- .
) | I cathartic that .
[ tale too
War 11111.
which has wide Account Audited by Department. > --
1 name won HO a riop-' ) -
extensive of '
their guests Americanworker
represented" n "group: of the and 1 ( f
water out
ularity. "I 1 11'mll.,1|| ,| n-ports' to O nimss" and a 1 system njrirravnte 1 s
with .
patriotic duty. This IK-KIIII,: a bus l boon dlpnt-lit 1 to carryIlnlly
the disease meant to
Miss, Jeanette' I Prevail About thirty niembers\ of the society coiiipliltiiilijlt' \ ) of its iirruiilil li> the11'ItI j they arc r4< I :.
l lfollowutg '
vending<< by friends \ needed Kitpplle. and to work !lieve. A mild laxative: tonic lik't'hanlberain's ,
and attended. the tea:
I will ctuiKiltutu the' .
ii-piifliniMit. > \
a patriotic xoni by .
; 'hi"IJIt. In tin tarliiiis Ilulknn coutitrli'W. Tahlet afford* a >ri"i-'
Miss Ethyl Kolierson.' Tlit-li followed final iv tinl. l uf Ited (Ynns' fill lty tltirIKC | .
.
In ruler to t-o-oi-dlnute their ac- ;itle movement of the bowels that von \,--4- __
f' I humorous "rxu<|iivK"! by. Misses: , A. C. ALLEN'S MINSTREL. _ tin. war. Alllioiitfli.lt hiM, been i tlvlllon. n. niilknn t'coininlsKloi, ) ha a' beenestalVllvhcd hardly realize has lieen produced b\ -1- -- ---V- "

I Eleanor Overslreet, Geneva Ioher-{ ; A. G.! Allen's H\K\ Minstrel Show Hut ,rut* .tti make, puMlc nil expt-ndl* ; with lieiiil'iuiirterx at a medicine, and their u
" son, Irene Intrrani and, ItorothyV was here Wednesday :and Thursday KinvK t' 111'11. ,"ulI..17..IIIII1. ; to i Klve tI".1| l'onit( Italy' from which; .point alone <,I,. to be followed. by .constipati'in i I II' ivi f{Kj :,
\ <-1U. A lauffhahle poster contesthanibhed nod Kiiya four perforninnces under l IIIIh'.1 l i Inforiiiiilhtii, relil'lve) to all work till the Ui: I kail' centers! can he readied I : I OtelfcwEquated .. .'
all formality us the latli.sl'nJt'u'oh their canvas theater, which ii i-i i-ijuip- ijiuliTinkiMi. ilit \\'HI' I'tniiicll, In turn-" | promptly., t I . I i7dltat trSurceds. m

>d to make complete] pictures |1lvl I Iilh all the scenic and slam? effects 'i .w.: "u iiUN. vi-S'i'iisllillltlfs: to Dr. l-'ar-' "troniinlsKlon, has just reached 1 IoImul I I ;1 H-? :
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of their fragment nntl then I :
and convenience+' as used in erg rood,, nod,, hi. nitiiM. iai'> il<->,irt' 'to jjvea ..... | -e
with doctor and heal|
t-onipose suitable verses' describing: IIl1r" nu" ATTEND n.
ulur theatt-'rs. Tho THE ;:
inlnstrelx ::
'- wereindeed lirli-r-i-i-siiiiio, nf Rod. ( 'tims' gar tlniu J l lncthllli1" sujq.11. .".. and food. for sickhll\ n success t from start to finish. lo the Ainorlrnii, .people, to. : '
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InvalidAn American H.'l 4'r"ll4 I i
I The pet forinaiice was cleii.n uhd the, Red, t't'oss, IM-IOII and WhoHeihlo I :i : \ : ', : ,;
-1 \\ bunt' ;': ".. ion hits 1 lit'iMi uppolriteil V
( .1JI1II1 iilsn
The Great free from feature .
I II objectionable : \C.It.'I..1 ... .
any ; .. ; r fcr.dWEBSTER'S: :
::
and Was lilnMally applautled by the ;,:.'11"1'011" "IIII'iIUII"" ha" Made pus' '. I to aid In rellevlnir, I the, iiiflVrlns} of. Husslun i L MASS ...

htrj'o uudifiu-e. Tho orchestra was | ..; all thill luis, 1'n, I iirrtHMplislit'u'' .. I prl-iiiici's' still .-..ullllt' "DurltiK ilii". piiHt' "iii>iirl, ly twentyoneiiionilii .
Tornado rxceptionully good and, in fact all i .iiup- I
Influenza the singing numbers on file trrtrgrunl.Veo the Aii'rk'iiu| 'people. have .I ".\II .Impurlatit! coniniJ<<'l-lnn Is still I 1" NEW. INTER ATIONALH
.
\ ukepl( usura' 1t it rpr gltl r 'u )1 ''s 'o e v' .1. I g I I'I t' 1' hea MEETINGTONIGHT ;

I t adman t 1 v 01 wa it ;,wu to_ ,..1 !l:4tllJ: t u t i s ee 1.(. 'i 'i:.. .t. .' '\.. "'po I 1, k ,8k'nw i
i rengg "HI tall irjc.Qni-ji :f; . ., \ .. ". ((1y.'\ J t .. .

: urleeliin r i it si mcH'5'Ji i ' I; 'i1? to ,. a n r yt I' .F4:; : : : ,\:7;::; )" ) .'( ..: .1' f,
i Iiut n rte wu a count Bas td + : \ \\I f1
rouendsrare Y&'t h /lf'
1 59 JflE) ?: |J9 c aer ::11-
left lia colorles tveJ t \IlirFh 7 t hll.PII _. ... .''f; hu'"rl.h ore/ ;'u. ads : :
t1
land r
emaciated. sae of nee ..- "I.III.Vl-yi ..I u su 1 ry i, rrw uaaM < 1 of, Turk s.h omln tinsRed t1lJlnl 1\'MJ\' '" :: '
a physical forts or our J"The ?<..'I'' I. 401l.UIIR< Words. i/1h ::
Cross Will Continue. I'lItlp. b. fill II.
its victims, have -en buttered to'Ivtls Visiting cards printed by the Valley effort. of the American lied 1 __ luiirail. .. SaTtliore.hlajlln( :: .
piece Nature assistance in "lied Cross effort I Is! tints fur flung.It / III.. ..Io1UUoI(,'.uMluphialSUbaeG.GRAtn / :: 't'
Gazette job Department. Cross In this war hats cotmtltiitpil by will ,continue to I he, Hut the .. ,
so. ;
rebuilding the mi. The red corpuscles I'RI71'J""b'' A" dlRtGULA4 ) ::
sys
fur Ill', lnrc.'st voluntary cifts of movement represented by this work XANKSCHILL 1'lIi ,, ::
in the hlu ll 1 can he restored I and
by taking No. 101 .Tonic. This Tonic : moneyof' luitid and heurt.vr cons bus>!! likewise IISMIMMMI. Intimate place C ( ftOll> .PAPtR [dlllont.Rll1 ::
\\ .
contains iron whirl we nil know trllmte'd. purely for (lie relief of human In the daily life of our 1 people nt home.Tlif ,I..k.t Mupu r." 4u m .0 I', tlu .fl".,'-.'! : ::.::
makes rich blood ; t also contains A. E. DROUGHT uittTerUis.\ ;; Through the lied Cross army of workers which has been' G. & MERRIAM CO., ::

quinine which drives out the nijil.irial' i the heart and. spirit of the, whole' recruited and trained during the war bl'rlolltlel" Mast., .U. S. A. ; ,

germs and aids greatly in the restor- American people have been mobilised: must not be demobilized.' our experience *
t anon of tho human system. The FIRE INSURANCE to Hike. cure of our 0\\11. to relieve lilt! In the war "shows clearly that 1S.!!! ,e ',,e.li'i..,,

magnesia in this No. 101) Tonic acts I misery Inrldent, to the war and also there I"In unlimited field for serviceof TK,

gently allot the bowels and rids the 'mrRESE( :<1TS to rt'\rnl I lo the world the supreme the kind, which can be performedwith
system of all poisonous and refuse OJIU9 Aft FEVEP.nAUCIA
Ideals of cjur national llf peculiar effectiveness by the fled A 1o1lhr,4 .
...
matter. login today and take at The Home Insurance Co. of New .
"Kveryonc who Inn hud any part In r
Cross. What its' future tasks'may bIt 4pr
least two week (OLDSOOIDDEINFLUENIAZ5aad
At drug stores. i York the National Tire Insurance this war effort of the lied Cross' Is entitled Is yet Impossible to forecast We 4 ,;..VIjIl .l

congratulate.. himself. :No know Unit so lung( as! there Is an American .
THE Co. of Hartford The Sun and
G. B. WILLIAMS
\ GO. thnnks from. anyone could he equal' In nrmy .In the field.1 the Ked Crosswill Oct.NoCure.NoPay
many other<< reliable companies.. I IOfn..l' value to the left satisfaction ,,"ery. have a special function to perform. ( v a's Y att
Sole Manufacturers tteLinlackroiwille.fiatyTut ,
out .should feel' for the part ; 1116irw
tfken.i j :"olhilll'OIl"1/ \I't 6f ;greater Impor* M9
QUITMAN GA. : Breaker Realty] ( I Fully $.tkkiksl.( Am"rll'lnolll"n have tt
II tance to the American fled Cross. than TilovKAL Co-GPUATIYE Co .
I, exerted themselves In lied Cross' .ser tbp' plnns Just set In motion: by the fireirrent

Ice Cross 1I0l'1"II".ot the worldto -. --- _. _
'o.'I Ked - --- -- - -- ---- -
.
---r.-.r.--' . . . . ....................................... Has Over 17,000,000 Adult Member develop R progrnm: of extended activities ....
In the Interest of humanity.The I SB38S
""'hl'n "'-,. entered the wnr the'
American halt,! <'1'0"8 bad'abont :- "),OOO conception Involves not alone efforts ,

our oys Have Cleaned Up" J Jto. _i i ""''1111.1'''. 'I'oday, us the result of the to relle\e human sufferIng:, buto
X. relent I'lirNtmns 1 menther.htp non < prevent It : not alone a movement

t _. '. _- _...___ ._. . ,__. _' .__..__..__ .I ('nll, there nre npvMinN) of ITtHHl.OOO, ) by the people of nn Individual nation. I I
full pull! iiiviubcrs' outside, of I the Rlr'rn- but an attontpt tonrounil people to There has been
I The aiser, ThejHun ands ! hers of the Junior ll.tl ("ro-ss, nimiberIIIK a .sense of I their r"responsibility" for the "

i. e- *Ti I p >rhups '.),(NMuot.) )> school children, welfare. of their fellow beings throughout
- ',' 1 nddltlonnl. .the world. It Is a program both I no raise in

i Geftman Autocracy!' i "The" chief effort of the lied Cross Ideal and prnctb-al. Ideal, In that Its' price

:t. during! the war has been to care for supreme aim Js no'hlnless/ than veritable
.! + ,I our men In service. ", ,: and. to aid our "Pence on earth good, will to i of:

J .!o'i"., '1' I army Hiul navy wherever I the 'H..I'. m..n." and prnctlcnt' 1 In that It seeks to ( I .'-I'i

... y ., Crixs may In' called on to assist. As take means and Measure which are Ii
A Wondeil .. '' to this please of the work Surgeon\ (!enernl actnnlly available and make them effective
:i-: Achievement { Irflnml of the ('. S. Army recently In meeting without delay the I i II I INSTANTTtJM

.L. ',' I I sold : "File lied Cross has been an crisis which Is daily recurrent In the I,1 ; ,

7 I enterprise as vnsl as the war Itself.<< 1 lives of all peoples. ,
.1.'t. From the beginning, It has done those "For" accomplishing, Its mission In
Let Y y things whlcli the Army Medical. Corps the ears of peace which most lie i '
IK-
::: us now "clennn' at home
at once :.i.iV i: wanted 'done! hut could not do Itself.' I I nhenll of us the lied Cross will requirethe $

3 f: all our biisitMss If ulrs.. "The lied. Cross' endeavor In France |I ablest possible leadership and ,

: hns naturally been upon an exceptionally must enjoy the continued support, sympathy I 1 ',' >(

I We are asking all our custc ers to "clean up" in :t large acme where service has and participation. In Its work
1 full all that oW been. rendered to the American Army |i of the whole American' people It Is I .
account
they between : This economical
.L us now table
nnd to the French Army and the particularly fortunate that such. a man
and the close of the year IDiaLthat i ii, duringthe French people ns well the latter particularly as IIr> Livingston Fnrrand, <1 have!

j next six weeks. Be lure to' ive this your : during the trying periodwhen been selected as the permanent head I beverage continues to '

' the Allied World wns waiting of the organization. The unstlnted .
personal attention. I for the American Army to arise In j I j fashion In which all\ our people gave I be the logical resort

: :f If you cannot raise the more we will .1: force service" and for power.our rmy Hospital In France emergency' has I I the of themselves best. assurance throughout that: our the Red war Cross Is of the qof fee-o(inker

t accept Liberty Bonds aiidVar greatly diminished but the Ked Cross will continue to receive that cooperation when Health i oth.
1 la still being culled upon for service. i I which will make Its work a source >

Saving Stamps in upon a large: scale In the great: base of prideand! Inspiration to every American. reasons dictate
paymen, hospitals where thoiismids of Atuerl- ." er e a

C of your account. \ Yi I I cnn sick and, wounded are silll receiving i Mr. Iinvlson!! chairman of the International chayg e '
X attention. At these hospitals the Commission" of the American .

i PLEASE) DON'T BE A SLACKER lied Cross supplies huts and facilities.. \ Ked, Cross has undertaken to represent '. / .
t for the amusement nnd recreation of t (the American Ited Cross In the

Yours the men ns they become. convalescent.Our . repnration of the program for extend? NOT
respectfully
XI A BIT OF WASTEI11
I Army of Occupntlon In (lermany ed Ketl Cross activities and will spent

was folldwed with Medical unit. prepared the next 'several months In Rurope !In

WATERS[ & CARSON GROCERY CO. i to render the same emergency I I consultation with other Ited Cross societies
I Bid and supply' "l'r'lceVbit'h watt the for that lJu )J108e.

primary business! of the Red! Cross COUNCIL OF TIlE'AMEn. f
f OOOOtOtooo ***< during hostilities. The Army Canteen I 7cAN HKD CUOSS.t .

\. 1t rrlc l aloof? the llzies.!.t of travel ha* lltnrjr P. DarUo,.ChAltmnn! k

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This is our THIRD ANNIVERSARY. Come and help us celebrate! We are going to give a Birthday ,Party

i in honor of the Three Successful Years we have had. This party is to be different from

? others. We don't expect our guests to bring presents; instead we will

OUTVIES: Ia.T: :J:1t..A.r /Y 3MdF"irSS: : TC> TX&XESJMC:

in the way of BIG REDUCTIONS on every article in our store. Read these prices, see our windows and

you will find that no mail order, house in the country can beat these prices. For three

months we have been watching the market for bargains for this great sale.

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I f Dry Goods SHOES Men.'


Buy Dry Goods Now and Save MoneyYard Here is a Chance to Cut Your SUpe Bills Read' These Prices '

Wide Muslin best grade, per yard___?_____n__._$ .19 MEN'S SHOES -MEN'S BLUE 'APRON OVERALLSSold -

Yard Wide Unbleached Muslin, per yard- .15 $2.50 Canvas Work Shoes, 'now ___________-_____*___$ 2.25 by others for $2.50 our Sale Price______._________$ 1.75 ,

White and Tan Curtain Scrim per yard_____.____-____ .10 $1.98 Work Shoes now __________?----_----------.. 1.75 Men's 25c Ties This Sale ___________ ..19Men's
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r ' $ .00 Work Shoes, : > H' 2.69
',.. Good grade, ," '!J" Perwltu] (a1l colors) per t'dL' j'r i "itr'.19 now.- Oc Tses, Thss Sale 139r:
Ali'35'ten, mghams, now per ar K27JTOWw $4 0 Blac rmy tyle Shoe 3.98 r* i
Mena Sc Tses, hsa a1r .28 "
Yard wrdi ambnc per yard .25 $ 0 a ue Canvas Oxfords .II, lilt 1.10,, ,, *r
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All|| '50 0'"'cent'''' Towels"' ___:._.____.;.___.______.:.___:_.___:.__;:.., .39 ffl $6.00 Dress" Shoes'Sale Price __.__-___!._.__:.-:.:...._ _'. 5.00" $4.00 Silk Shsrte; Thss'Sale ___ 3.10

All 20 cent Towels _______._____.:_______._____ .15 One Lot $5.50 Dress Shoes, now .__________1_____,_____ 4.75 $1.25 Dress Shirts. This Sale ________________________ .98

All 15 cent Towels 2 for ._._.______ .25 Big Redaction on all Canvas Shoes. $1.75 Dress Shirts This Sale ________________________ 1.48

35c Pillow Cases .__________._____ .25 WOMEN'S SHOES $2.25 Dress Shirts This Sale __n____________________ 1.88
$3.45 Gun Metal and Patent Leather ________ 3.10
Sheets? worth $1.50. now _, 1.00 Pumps. now $ 25c Collars. This Sale _____.__ ___ _,____ ___ ___ .19
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$4.00 Pumps now ________________________________ 3.50
Underskirts J made of the best and Cambric,
grade1uEn Men's While Dress Shirts with Collar, worth $1.75, nowMen's ::_ 1.15
Biz Reduction on all Women's High Shoes.
. trimmed with Embroidery Ruffle, worth $1.50.sae_] price. 1.00 $4.00 Pat. One Strap Mary Jane. Sale Price___________$ 3.69: and., Boys\Caps were 75c, now ________:.,.,.:------.-- .49
Y Children's $1.50 Gingham Dre"es, this fale 1.19
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$2.48. One Strap House Shoes _,_____ ___ 1.98 Men's Balbrigan Drawer. and Shirts, sold by others for 75c.,
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C. M. C. 2 for .25
Our Sal Price ____...__________________ZOne ___ .48
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Bucilla.2 for ,.-,......._.._,_.i_-----___ _.25 $500 Lace Oxfords now _________________. _____ 4.50 -------
:_ Big Reducton on all Canvas Shoes. Lot Men's Socks per pair u______________________ .10
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$1.50 Shirt Waists now _,._ ,._ 1.19 .
Table Damask, BOYS' AND GIRLS' SHOES One Lot :Men's 35tf Hose Sale Price',--d----u-------- .25
now ---------------r---------------- .59 One Lot $1.98 One Strap Slippers, This Sale__________$ 1.69
All $1.50 Corsets, now _______________________-______. 1.25 One Lot Boys' Blue Shirts, were 50c., our Sale Price______ ,35
One Lot 300. One Strap Slippers..Sale Price..-__ __ 2.69. 4
60 cent Hore _._' .49 n B. V. D. Underwear _______________________+________ .69
One Lot Children's Shoes. Lace Sale Price________.*_____ .85
19 cent Hore _v.::.__._----._ .15 -SEE OUR WINDOWS- Blue Work Shirts _:--_______________________________ 1.19
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35 cent Hose _' .28
One Lot Men's Size I4J/2 Dress Shirts with Colars. This Sale .79
.. Smashing Sale of Wowen' Hats .

EXTRA SPECIAL $1.48 Imitation Panama Hats This Sale ______________$ .89 . EXTRA SPECIALOne

SATURDAY, FIRST DAY OF SALE '$2.48 Panama Hats now ___ __ 1.89
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Lot Men's Black. Brown and Green Hats, This Sale____$ 1.00
48 Huck Towels Size 22x44, Trimmed with Red Border $4.48 Panama Hats now _________n-'________ 3.94 .

One to a Custo-n-er. Each'________________________ .10 $2.98 Misses Panama Hats, now u-________________ 2.25 Big Reduction on all Boys' Pants and Overalls.

These Towels! are 35 cent Values. $1.48 Misses Hats, now ____________________________ 1.29 I Boys'35c Serge Caps now --:._--_________--_____.___ .25
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AND SAVE KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA SAVINGS

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MONEY Sale Starts Saturday, March 15th and Lasts
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W\nw THE K15SIMMCE VALLEY G_7mg.:. .F"Inn MARCH '14. 1919

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j All kinds of malediction] have the deepest and most sensitive impulses more interest in the affairs of hi Ktncltman published at Jndtcnnvlll. FOn' SALE-Eighty acres; It acre
VAtLEV GAZETTEd Tli.) about livmtock riorum dairying cleared and under fence; I acres In
.. KISSIMMEE j been called down on the section of of her nature We are constantly I town. If we keep this up for the yea' poultry, cltrua fruit and truck hearing orange grove; '%.11(111( fcorth,
road betwen here and Campbell, Station surprised and grieved at the in 1920 we will nee many new citizen Inc.' twice a month at She per year- of c>'pre.. timber. on- tract; four-
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... '. three y4HTFtar II (.It. Only livestock room, house and kitchen. Also (0
livery Frtdar. and matters' reached a climax persistent immodesty on every hand. in the three communities and wit) unit -neral) farming' 'Ial..r In the head of cattle and a good bunch of

br' NII..... 'allay c......... c......., this 'w ek when nine, machines were Npt infrequently find women professing j new life and new things that wi ..tale.1'11.* today range Farming': how tool.loots and Implement on the range. Lx-,

hlxslw.ep 4Iurld. mired down, one right after a another. ,a high state of grace, and command our sincere appreciation.-. n'JUIJNO''ANTEJtJ)' Mr. It.: .*. rat, d near Kenan.ville, Price ft.600.(
!Haimon whose hotn*' Ja near th- half terms. to lull Ft
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,,. IT...l le.ti they ,dressing1' almobt improperly a4hti female Times. "hk""lan..e ,
aid
\ P llarrlis With all the procurable, Apalachicola 'I'.rlln HrlUt-ment. (ver 15 yearn' H. aU)' !. Fla. 28tfFOR
:. I.. \ ... "......, "........t..., wre from eleven till ore reaching( outcasts of o<'l\'ty. Cn late I Right you are Kissimmee! is al exprr.nee H<'fii'.nc<- if imd desired never lout ,,a t.-Xt'ld.'"II<'nl. ; ALE-Seco..d.hand! Ford car

-a.! 11puh.rrlpllo. I Kispin1 'nee. This condition Is naturally years we find musicians and IsJngerfin : ready seeingwonderful results fron attractive price, Osceola; Motor

H.te.tOIIB resiiltinjr: in all kinds of adverse our holiness camp meetings; immodestly ..- that "'On H. KAl.n Work horse and ome hay. Co, !07 Hroad av. ",

V'P ",',,' V,-Bi.. V hdvertisin?: and the autoMs who cantioseiiily garbed.!: Every religious Sjaarda.!.. ;.:! IQ-tf DWELLINGS,, for rent. Apply to M ....
Rix -111.1".I.1 u'<'' meeting.NOTICE.' ', Tiller ,\.
44u. Copy, '''FlAVA SICKFI Fop (ale-t350 per .
r5f.< do avoiding Kissini- newspaper" every preacher decent
eiitp. Copy, .Thn Months---:' so are every tlii.iimilKl cutting' I,' H.VlthMl><-o.
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-. --- --,' -. mee, and those who do come here' mother and_ every God-fearing: !i KI-HMlmrtiee, Fla 1i-4t-pd( FOR .RENT- -room house furnished houaekeenlnK

All"r retnmulnrt,';..\-il "coup" .pour,"'''i.\.IH.vx.* iit| rnu8l from, nuralit b<;',could l scar<.ely| be-: supposed( tp -entertain father ought to think seriously; andepeafc ', ---.- , ron HTNT 6R SALI5-In 'r"11 ft 'n- I 1'' 10-r' >(>m rooms home, ; unfurnished furnished; ,.....-..
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'd) l'Hi'. uillrHfJo'U1'1" . | words of tutu land nadir /.ood *tnt.- nf itiitli{ I1nlla. :'Ir.. H.: J2vells: U.I
.all<" all) rill. "" r.-t turned very favorable imj:rest:om, of ) warning and entreaty 1 ALL PARTIES INTERESTED, INCLUDING vat unless tulkd. 1 foi the };.place if they. travel that ro.id with n trnlow. at rook 1.01 mod.l three, vUlMe, as good a* new
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important Tampa"Tribune. ton pik. .1 A. 1
. first.i subject '' .. .. .
IEnt.1 'rrd In 1.I'! pxinfn .of.tKlskfmInev IInr-1aV, ton Hrvnn fit "-tf' Aptly ValleV Oa" __ tf.SPRING
111..IItr.) LlENO S'AND OTHER! :
Irlnrldn. wa GEES --- -- -
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1 ri'esendnir large i a MllfJ; that VICTORY LOAN. HAVING INTEREST WHATSOEVER . . ." .......,:..: -:.....: -.x--x.-; :..; oox-o. '
,ers four columns and'half"way! down ; The Victory Loan .t
the Fifth
drive,
''iWi : llr.o! pare the Ki 8irrlm('<<,! Valley: GaK '- and. probably the' last is scheduled) ,' .IN CITY' PROPERTY, WILL EJ bi b

i: rnSrArE R 'tU.last: .Prxfriy showed' ,the, propo- to begin about April 21st. The NOTIFIED. WHEN CITY TARE!. ISHERE4NkA.wIiileyoujirec1eariing '

I od irnpnv\emfiUs\ oil thp water front amount involved will probably vile i
''ut KRljnniee. The lake) front, development $r..CJII.OOO110.' Every effort i is being! ARE DELINQUENT FOR 'MORE .f"
mode to make this n popular' Jn. .
planned includes bulXheaiiing; to IIP subscribed!! to by ju&t tis ,many THAN TWO YEARS. THESE TAX ..::.. I t
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and the building! ) of dock I *. boot bu- people' as can be induced} ( to take it. "
ES MUST BE PAID UP WITHIN / : i.
,mn1nd\ filers: Within: a'few days 1 hiring the Fourth Drive some ,Jw(-n- .:. \ .f' ,
the voters of'' Kissimmee, will vote .ty-one millions of people subscribedfor REASONABLE TIME;. THIS AC "
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bonds. It is hoped the number, 1
Pt. upon the proposition. ) ; to, ,bond for t \ : I
PRE55M'E3 ? may be increased this time. TION IS TAKEN PURSUANT TC .f
? [these improvements and the Gazette On March (;th. J. V A, Griffin., Zone r
.' .i, :' (appears to think that there 'will b\. i Chairman, convened, the County INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE CITY
;. u big" vote polled in favor of the Chairmen hot h men and women in COUNCIL. I

.f FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919 j work. The plan .suggests somethingthat Tampa. There of the were Federal present! representatives '-
Reserve
i i n i must'add to the attractions and Bank <>f Atlanta to give instructions: '' TAX COMMITTEE OF THE CITY : 11S i

And then it rained some\ more I conveniences of' the place' and it us to the method'' of handling the COUNCIL OF KISSIMMEE.. 13-tf : some of dour, fltiornout furniture -
would appear likely that the people! next:: loan drive. I, < t

JuSt one day I quota as it was heretofore.each d'stnct : qz
II bulkhead bonds. scheme carried out in the easiest and !. Iroull ( in the county will be given its ( fn and fur OMC* for Kissjmmer most reasonable wayy issuing im- quota. The Federal authorities are >, Florida. !I. <'buntWj- an ling i nth e 3:

If you've never boosted for the 1 I| proxt-ment Itonds.-Times.Un/jn.; urging! very strongly the Inauiruration I Order for:' (..>;;;;ruotl' .. j frrvirtr.AMERICAN I
do 80 by voting!; I ; line of Goods at
, I '< of the "FAIR AND SQUARE I Household
bulkhead now I! AOIMOfLTURXL CHEMICAL
it RIDING THE NEWSPAPERS INDIVIDUAL QUOTA The idea
'of this is for the committee to go Ktinlti-0; .COMPANY and existing: I n coifiArnllon under the I.IIWK or- i'prices that wi surprise you. tI

If the bulkhead bonds carry tomor-i news-paper i j over the entire list of people in the t>f the "State of FIcrldlt'l<:omPlltlnall""j l I.. "
runs on air and for years it county and assess! each one the'' 1 I
row 'and it i is confidently thouhhtthey' H. V 1.1 "LF.Y and. .H . "
celebration has been' customary for all societies, amountof bonds which he i is supposed l.iv, bin I wife, mill H. M TEEN !1'.r. ,/
will. Ki 8lmme should hold a i I(churches lodges, the United States to be able to take. They 'then suggest IVnOnntsTo; "I I i
) ,.like unto the (one which ugh-, that no subscription for a smaller H M. TEEN: ; '
t government, the State Board of amount than that fixed by the 1 You are here r..q1ulr<>fl to appear I 'l' .....
Bred in the era. I ', .
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peace to the hill <>f complaint fll < h'-rt 'InntninM '
Health, the State L \'e.to'k Board committee be accepted I ; that to onewho ,, you In tlx nl>ov<> etitjtlcrtfnu / ' )
'wlnt..; in I IKh..immt'e IY.I M. C. A., War Board1'ar Sayings i is alloted a specific amount, may on or before tt>t 14tli day of I *
A tourist spending the April. .\. 1) 1018. I'
have the right of appeal to a reduction ;
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: Stamps! and in 'fact, all men T'h- KlHMlmm '1'tiny Onltp IKh : f
caught twenty; pound I I but that can' he .
only in getit.
way T. h\ il.<.KlutiHt eta 'Af th" n< WKni! >< >
fish last "' ....1<. Too bad the lid is off hired and paid for work of a publicnature In which this oril"shnll Jn p"hl'.t,1. : C.. H. GRANTHAM Thfalitfoclory :
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food regulation.On I' to tie into the newspaper office Let every one be ready to do his' "n,.,. a work f.r four oonn. outlvw '" Stare -*
columns and' miles of articles! pnrt immediately at the beginn'ijr/ : of < < 1 :' booming; their special grafts or t'na"nrs t the drive so Bs to finish it if po-Mblc] *1t.1] old friends ,
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the first of July, our II In two or three davs. County F'.rid"'Lthl"' l..th: dal I
the two cent postage' stamps. will' fil11, ( (' and tQ expect free spiue ;in The expenses of the war are not, Manh. ,\. I'.1. 1W OVEnSTRKHT, I - -
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their accustomed phice.] The old saying the newspaperNobody< : hut the over. The Government demands your Clerk Circuit Court, omt-ola. Count t:.. .
"talk is i cheap" will' loe true o; newspaper publisher .is responv'thle help] and expects it. It is as patrioticnow ,,'I..ldn."IL) ny/s.. n lalI.liCK.( 1. r *: **.r}:-}.W. :- --:-><{ :: :-:-:->H--: :r,6-0 3444 e '?t--x""C"O"C"Ii { ,-:..

writing after that date. I for this. He has given( of his "stockin as it was during the war. Let I.ANPIt: !', FIS1If HfLU I Ii a. G. 'VV'.A.. .E:
trade" the advertising space, so there be.no Slackers Ccillrltum for f Complainant., 13.r,1tI'II ,

::1''I The Kissimmee packing houses are much, that the public has come to believe I -- ;-- \ ( H .IK A IT'I.I't 1IC), K4III 1NOTICE \ I I'U
4 + + + t .+ + + + + + + + :I:' II Real [Estate and Insurance
I Agency i
i I-: sending out golden fruit that is that they are entitled to it. A + 1

Im bringing in golden coin.: This maybe man receiving(' $3,000 a year pay for i. DOWN AND OUT-BUT + Aaron naves IS I1KKCMY and( Esther GIVEN M. leaves THAT: I i

; 1 taken literally for almost fab'" ou* doing! :: some public: work, is absolutely + IllS TONGUE STILL + purchasers t'r Tax Certificate No 277. i We have a well selected list of properties! for sale, among: which

.: pricei are being received for these doted when he. can beet a newspaperout + WAGS. + dated haH I d1.d the slid 3rd day certificate of July.In A.my I".ofnc lt U are gorae> very attractive Farms Ranch*, Orange: Groves business

shipments. of $3 worth of advertising and 4 + and haH. made, act'ordwnce appllintlon for with tax d..11 law! : buildings) ? and dwellings, all in Osceola] County! and each proposition
to liwue ui '
J \ often uses! his ability to secure free + TilE HUN Is still able to + Said o-rtlfloate emtrnrir the follow- t listed fit its minimum: value; some include all necessary farm rquipX -
h With the Board of Trade and the advertising for the of having: 'log doflcrllied property situated In
t purpose + "hllr.J '. members of the city council of this his wages increased. I 4. one of his favorite subjectsis + n.-n aw cor of !wiv: of NK',.. Sirtlon i V Cloud, properties now owned ty non-residente.:; who a-c willing) to sell

I' t city all shouting for more paved I Daytona newspapers have at last + Liberty Bonds.absolutely, the ++ ,30.run Township north T 28(-chain South. ltanu Kurt S9Knot 1"> I I at a sacrifice, thus offering' an excellent cjiportun.ty. : to invent a little I

streets, and more hard surfaced tired of this and, are now serving notice + best The secured bonds are In tbe world so +j 1 shahs,Th Maid oath land 7 chainsVet I.. In" nap..ss.rl'" things al t',. .j:: surrlus capital npd lenefit by the,Increase' n'alu<'8 which is sure

f county roads, there is no question that all advertising must be paid + attack them openly. tHe date tit Ixxuanci, of said! c..rtlficate !it ,I y to come. Call or write: us. ,. .
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but that this section will rapidly become for. Half rates being given the i 4. he dare the nam of Unknown Unh-nn said t I '
ark whispers to you to sell + shall lie redecnu-d ac,' certificate
more and more attractive not Associated Charities the churches + them, hoping to demoralize the + 1 < to ln",', tax deed l wlll-l,,"ue th<.no-i I E. A. Strout Farm Agency Inc.D.
J Jt1 only to tourists who motor south for and the public schools. All others in +4- market. I on IHF.AI.J.the IMh dev. of U April.(IVKIISTKEET.A P. 1"ld. I[ .

.the winter but to investors ssowho, much + j jBfeolaCounty D. G. W WAGNER Manager
jaytonaarenow: required to pay fullratei'for'advertising'spaee + And be has about as Clerk of the Circuit Court ( '
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]ookinR ahout for' a' ive town n \ he hadofwinning + I ; Florida. i "..?"'_ #8rrt'Ciassif ,
this .
as
ar e Daytona chance of doing Kissimmee .
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+f 1 I1 : ; ,;.*- Florida'.x
which to ocateI IS a ive.aVa a town\ and"be new i+ | the:?war4J.It, !i8chari; ; + I I1I , ,
I llcIJlunlstuphlt!. + < :-<-. -.>-.>< K >< X > -< >4 -S < H .. ,
actt'rl
t1, : pets a e ing he pace 0 Let e + Everyltlmeyou; are[approacb-W+j ied d Ardverlisemsnfs f'i//<,. ..".I 1 1r .,'
I sat +
VI Tomorrow arK Slmmee a n businessfcond* *' it ions id to'VeiryouriUbertylBond'orJI' t ,
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the door of opportunity, noc.n People appreciate:; : that whIch theypay '" trade It for stock t In' some + j..h'
+ to COIARE1> TWUWFi-EUn wants
for admission and it's 'Up to the qualified ,, for far more than, free' gifts.- :I unknown and unestabllt-hed + Kxfen''; d Cnn'T..wi. am kind( r.0'
voters to say whether that door DeLand New ++ project, remember It Is tbe + I I car rare St.Leonard Moteley,; \\"..13-lt-pd at T"L *L1I V WITH NO

shall be closed and the city-yes, the n__ ?--- + :voice! of the Hun speaking. + _
doomed to period DARE-DEVIL IMMODESTYThe j take another grip on + FIR PAT.19A rood: o t-e-horHe hn .'. I w

ol years of inactivity when) new interests Re,'. Dr. !II. C. Morrison, editor l + your Liberty Bonds and have hold and ++ i Fla 1'.1t-1'--"- MONEYCREWT

or new capital will refuse to ,lot I the Pentecostal Herald, Louisville, + tight. Keep those you when the + 1 1/lI'IT-I.I1"1' (.SiiturnfiY -old, sulk i ." I
+ be ready to buy more with l< ttii II" < nurn'wd on..n ral" :
locate here, and that every industrybe II Kv.. who recently delivered !stirring! ; I Liberty Loan Is offered! 4- I si, ,i..1.1. Itfumd. if, t. tui ma .to A FN'elnoii I
dragged lower and lower by; the + Victory : . 1.1-lt-p.! ,
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addresses in the First Methodist: Epis- In April. -
+ for sale
( "".keep of the municipality and} the I
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\\.AfITJlt.-'T..n.; lsw,4s. :wr full
editorially
/ high cost of living, or whether the :pal Church Tampa !!says t d.scrlptlon. +
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door be flung wide and the city step : 1I + + + + + + + + -+ 1rl\\.I", "'. KI..lml11. 13.11: I lll

out into a new field of development "Thc'e is a type of modern women I r| The Kissimmee Gazette reports: LnSThun'h. or k.'ya. n",1" If I ....,
that threatens the welfare of our na ,.tllr,'.'" UL A. & .1..JI>..rl. 45 Mal" { OUT
and ; that recently there wab an assemblage street. 1311.
prosperity. I
tion. Immodesty abroad in the the who
of 100 men of town assembled
/IoIT-l'! have n twoar old hrnwt..lersry .
Do you wish to lower your taxes land-stubborn' stupid daredevil) im- around the festive board notmuC'1 hf-r| branded, "W" on l left / n ,
modisty-that !seems to be deaf to hip \\-h"n last seen wmji. luinKuu,
for the good things. to eat
Then vote for the bonds tomorrow. so \ between Mill Slough and Orsngecounty.
} The bulkhead will result in placing] admonition indifferent to warning, land to drink that had been provided A liberal reward will t h eKlven
for Information )t. f1
and dead to shame. There any
are troupsof
but for the of devising .
nearly one hundred acres of valuable purpose ways Well tfMAKK

land on the tax lists of city property women, young and old rich and and means to keep the county prominently MB ottertor tracts 3 and 4.
an
and will double and treble the valueof I poor educated and illiterate in the before the country. Such f'O..... '17: tracts 1 ana I, Seo, U.Townnhlp Nothing eke the above sad tttuation will ever come to Site .
.. a. churches in the schools] in the stores, I meetings are good things for 34. Range 33. KI..lmm..ePr"lrlp.
quarter of a hundred acres more I any KO ncreii '' Address: p Snv- '
Who Safot Hi The Who Show
Man Monty. Man Inclination
on the street on the trains, and everywhere Lark. Utah. 13-lt-pd an
which now is valued at little or not h.J community, and if we could have a nice 1
ing. All this will be added to the tax I one goes, who ore ;improperly few of them in Apalachicola Carra- MONEY TO LAN-On root calms' to Honesty provides for Hi Family and Pay Hit Debt
j J and immodestly dressed-loud belle and Port St. Joe real] and cixLie. waro' W. Fox, Attv .
books. It has been predicted by those some good Kissimmee.. Fla. 12-13tpd
who are in touch with the situation land boisterous!, who in spite of your moves would originate that would Misfortune may come to such *a man by chance wiping out

J that in three years' time after the most charitable feeling seem to be I help ,to put new life in' the country \V A NTourJdexlh{ ; ...t. his little savings but HIS CREDIT is so secure that financial assistance -

11. anxious to attract men, to attract the Let each of these communities home to right party A J. Cities.Loughman .
bulkhead man
becomes complete, the increased i Fla. 12-3. is willingly) given to tide him over the temporary period of
V amount of valuable] property worst characters among!: men, and to I make up his mind that during 19W distress. '
t suggest/ to the worst men the worst he will turnover leaf FARMERS-Send today for a free eam-
will place the millage at a lower figure ; a new by taking tie copy of the Florida Farmer and
I than the present! one. things. There; is no pestilence, or I

4. war or famine so utterly bad as I fII"'q -"" "'q'q. No ''natter bow small your alary may be, you can,
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About one hundred representative lewdness. And taking the most charitable I by 'proper managing, deposit a little in this bank

i f cattle] men of Osceola! Orange Semi- view making all possible allowance each: week- ven a dollar will make the start and __

{ Hole, Volusia, St. Lusie, Brevard and ] for ignorance, we have in our .. ALLEN'S yoor bank book will place you on the direct route
(civilization vast of women !
a
army
Oke chobee counties met in Sanford wlen. old age comes.STATE .
last week. I who everywhere about us, suggestthe ) .

As a result of the meeting, Orange worst thing that ean be thoughtof \
I "
II county will]] begin systematic dippingon or done. I

I March 10th, and Osceola and The matter of which I write is fundamental '

{!J (Seminole on April 1st. The other ]; it lies at the very founda- I Bkj Minstrel BANK OF

of Bounties were not yet ready to announce tion of church and state. It is so

r I dates of beginning but it i is paramount in importance that it demands -

understood that Brevard and the thoughtful attention of all
portions
I of Volusia will] begin dipping good men and women. We must inaugurate : KISSIMMEE

I cattle right away, though not under a crusade for decency in : STO W

government supervision. dress among our American women. 1

An agreement was effected be- There must be a protest against im RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital] $100,000.00

tween the cattle men of Osceola and modesty. We are tired of hearing

,Okeechobe! counties to build jointly women say "I didn't 'think! 'I didn't ,

., B fence between the two counties to know.' 'I didn't mean any harm; and UnderKissimmee Ma as'I Officers and Director":

Jceep the dipped and undipped cattle all the multitudes of little excuses I C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY V-P.

Separated until such time jt* both and falsehoods that are offered as an J. D. JEFFORDS CashierN.

counties are declared tick free.- apology for indecent dress. Modestyis '
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Dade City Banner.' innate. The chastity and virtue of Marclfl5 i i'I 1 C. A. CARSON CARSON H.M. KATZ

You just couldn't keep this section womanhood are so essential to civilization FLEMING

I of the country from being talked that God implanted modesty in N. C.' BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY,
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about if it were"certain that systematic the; female breast. A woman to be J. WADE TUCKER Directors.

ir : dipping was well under way. Immodest has to sin agatnst one of _. J JJ i 't.


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Yfw w, ,. THE KISSIMMEE. VALLEY, GAZETTE FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919 mE

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1 'r, Pon't\ forget the mass meeting- tonight I '. '

.: INTERESTING 1'I Casino Theatre .. ,

On account of the bulkhead. mass ) ,
!' . . 00 H 0.0 0 0 0 GO 00 0 0 "' 0 cA' -:: The I'I'J Week of March >/ ) / there will be no, meeting of ", i
I the bard of trade tonight. .
s t serial-it's a Matinee 3:30. NirfJif 7:15-8:30:
,
I I' The) water in Lake Gf G\
Tohopekaliga is I
Weather
"'il./ij:/ ,, Report : 1 Red Cross : I -g : higher now than it has been at this i \ I ..
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t; : ''Central Drug/ .. I Ueasotr of the year in the past ten ,j
'" as good as Selected Feature years, and boating/ and Mailing' is unusually > f I j 'rt \ ,
I I I:0 : !, First Episode cf HOU NI in "Till! fine. ,i j2L
matter
.. Following) are daily tempera. (I' MASTER :MYflTERY." The ,
Annual l
'you'Ve Third Clearance
Sale
seen :
tarn and precipitations I. I
as rep I
.,, ported by Government station! ; *j peen; one like ,TUESMY of the Story Store will begin to. }'o-

lit Kissimmee fo- the week end Mr. and Metro present/! :MaJTA1linoti in row. Some splendid bargainsvill be II
found in their full. adv. !
ing Thursday' March 13, 1919: > ,>Mr. and Mrs.! : i "THE RETl..nGalJlUont OF MARY." in this issue of page the Gazette published I
Mot Min.., Rain ; ''Kissimmee WeeJclyJ/
J. P. Gardner, of Miami Is in the
Thursday __ 80 CO Lakeland I IJ I 'WEDNESDAY
: u city on a-visit trr'Tf parents Mr. acid
Friday" .?____ 82 65 J: i i Red ,Cross \ A''tagraph presortsTHE !Mrs J. M. Gardner. and other relatives I

__. ._ rood! as any, JUSNEY pierce says :Miami has had tle:
. Saturday ; 85 71 .78 i I MILL( GIVE YOU
' Store, this
Sunday .,..,..,., 79 58 j;Mutt and Jeff rj \\larges.t tourist. season' in. the histoiy"'of 'f .
C. Ai
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,, I : the city.'MESDAMES.
" Monday ..-,_* 84 61 52. ''Mrs: : h:. A. : |j I "LAXD1XGJAN_HEIRESS. HEI' I

'" .ri'" Tuesday ,.-,_,. 73 ':;'8. I!: in Connecticut ; !! THURSDAY TUCKER AND PAVER '
" Y, \.
;-:;,;']{;!< j,'{' Wednesday' _... 75 59 ""at' the GI'a :William ,Fox Jjfescnts ;Madalir.e: Tra-r ENTERTAIN WITH SOCIAL. \\R36Hfi; QUALITY
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..,\ ,jl ::,1 .. 11: 'Mr. and JLJ ei-se in I'
"' 11.! <'(' "" :O< ..> I Icf Cherokee "GA.MBlJfN'O I
IN SOULS. :; ;
f'P '' The handsome home of Mr J and \ .jflllDTHE '
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:St.
,1 .1' : : Cloud. Harold LoydjJComedy.j .
\\/'ll'; For S'ak 1 -: Four mules,. \V.J. MilJer,. 1 1v day witlMrs.; !Mrs."J; J, Tucker was ablaze with
; ,% ..X.\ j j ]' ,; light >ai\d color Friday night whet l: RIG .
4G-tits 't!ITwo small ) FRIDAY T
PRICE
" !-l '1'/1' "., \, ] some two hundred of Ki sl11l11ee'lII !
( ; ,;1"",<' Porn, fo Mr. ,and Mrs. H, R. May'on"Tuesday /, the ''K'! Goldwin prffrnts ,. Mae }Mars-h in fun loving people assembled!' there into
,:'t ',f ' night/ a daughter.F. ( ment lat :, (II- TIm CIRCUS." I l'el'ronl'V an invitation to a carabvt
, I ", '.. ''f each instarice : : Fatty Arbyckle Comedy.i social for the benefit of the Ladies' '
W. Hill, of Narcoossce, was a' ,
14 Sunday visitor at the Graystone. :Ms.: Rov j i ))' J Aid of the Presbyterian church:
is eeIee Tuesday |I ; SATURDAY > In the receiving line with the hostesses -
, I Red Cross Face Powder, SOc size,> 'l't>nrens. Triangle resents Claire: Anderson in Mrs. Tucker and Mrs. I'aver
+ '' now .34c, at Central Drug/ .Store." It's'/fon,-Lake- j t I nOWN JEWELS.': ;I were Mr. and Mrs. -J. Wade Tucker r
''F fine. f'i, :Mr. H, W.: ; Pearl! W fie in the 8th ep'ned of Mrs! Jumes Caldwell. Mrs. 'James

If. A. Curtis, of Corry, Pa., arrived I'simTiee's' | "THE"LIGHTNING' RAIDER." Milller, and Mrs. A. M. Frain. Here We flbme With
, 'r, ; in the city' lat night on a visit to i Ilando I I today Sunahin' (Comedy j, The guests might easily have imagined -
', his parents. : .matters.-- ) j I' "THE DIVERS) LAST KISS." ',. themselves in fairy land as
J. T. Burckhalterwho I Ensign : they joined the merry makers for the
recentlymoved Coming Friday., April 4th, Edith Ca- spacious rooms were used ensuite Poor Mfi\ Prices
li Eustis from this city; was i the naval
land
vell, the woman the, Germans shot. J literally banked with flowers
here sion'office at
$on I.Ob business bottle. of Wednesday.A I Ironated Herbs, ,mother :Mrs: )) I I,ferns and potted plants. Even the
{! / I I entrance was alluring for a circle of ,
(
i an excellent Tonic, now 78c, at Central -A r, N. I Attend the mass meeting tonight. bamboo masked Its outline and at T

Drug' ( Store. Phone 41, /. 1 of Fox Lake Charles Clark and family arrived each section ,of the long canes For Saturday and Monday OnlyCash
MJSS Amy Makinson came 'home, spending \ } from Hillsboro Ohio, Wednesday. /gleamed tiny lights in national col

.J, last week from the Woman's College guests at the j' Red Cross Kidney Pills, guaran- ors. In the hall flags of the allies {;
: at Tallahassee] for a short visit, ,home last teed. Two, sires, now 19c and 38c, at added a patriotic touch. In the living must accompany all orders at Iflfese prices.

,,; F. F. Dutton, the well-known pota- Mr.. and :\ Central Drug,Store. .i room a red and green color I ,
I ?-, to grower.. of Sanford, was looking/ hawk, N. Y., I (Hatching/ Eggs For ,Sale-Genuine f scheme was carried out while the
",f t( -after business matters here Wednesday at St. Cloud, Ferris strain of white leghorns/ ; '$1.75\.dining room was ,all in dainty pink Corn Meal and Grits ____ .05 St. Chivrjes Baby JHebe. can. .00

: / the ler home of ), I ; per setting. A. E. Thomas.tt', i l and green. magnificent'i Head Rice, Ib _e_ ,..;.--- ulOIi, Tall, 2 cans for .____ .25
Saturday I
.I 1 b tII. J. L. Moore returned to her i The stork stormed at the hone of I In the ,library a fern Black Eye Peas, *
"'. R. i which its lone frouds froma Hebe, Baby --t. .05
4 Orlando home Thursday after apletifant i :Mr. and Mrs. Will Fortenbery on drooped Lima Beans, Ib ____._ 14 per can : -
of the of tlt-----
the Waters pedestal chief feature
:, visit with Mrs. Elizabeth i was -X
3rd leaving fine girl. California Hams Il .29
| Marc baby ,
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had the the decorations. The whole blended in Potatoes per 15 _______ .55 ---

.''1 Waring.A loa byCi/ rl was born, to :Mr, and i bones! of his E.. A.A.E.Crawford Voorhees, of and Bloomington wife, and, Miss registered perfect harmony and produced a Potatoes per bethel _______ 2.10 Morris' Best Hams, Ib 9

Mr.. Cnas. Carson, Jr.. Sunday, the while : at'the Graystone the early lovely As'the effect. Good Bacon, it _____.:___'- 28 Oats, 100 its '____..- S.os
!9th. The little lady has been named I E. E !' part"- f the week. |there name cabaret indicated the Post Toastie And CornFlakes Granulated Sugar, tt -- .11 ,
set and
was no
| program
Jean Douglas.For ersburg man i We guarantee any Red Cross artl- guests moved about with delightful 2 /er __n__ __ _ 25 ((10 Ibs to a person.)
t.\o weeks we will sell at reduced ,unve per in cle. Your .money promptly refunded informality and enjoyed the musical'
!price all Red Cross articles :Monday. while | if not entirely satisfied, at Central numbers and readings which were .
Yoj can save money by this sale.* trip. Drug Store. .... repeated in each room, including the
,j Central Drug/ Store. Phone 41. .Tames G. I Mrs.! L. U. Zimmerman of St. ,following numbers: CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone
Mrs. W. li. SoRelle, who has been their :\ Cloud spent Thursday in Kissimmee I Singing-Messrs! William Mason
the attractive guest of :Mrs. W. J.I week guest for shopping and visiting friends. Mrs. Tiller. Rov Graves Walter Bass and 141 422 Broadway
?,!Sears for some time, left Saturdayfor : Zimmerman is a former resident of Murrav Overstreet.
after
her home in New York city. here.Tenn., Mr. / i this city and her friends here are lim I Reading-Mis Murtal Prentis. QUICK SALES AND SMALL!\ PROFITS .'

:,\ Public! sentiment in Kissimmee is in Florida ited only by her acquaintance. Music-Ukelele Girls-:Misses Norma -
. overwhelmingly: in favor of the bulk. I Grifin, Carolyne ,Fripp, Mattio
I :Mr. and ::\ Mr. and Mrs. L.. S. Sponsler Mrs.
head. ,} the bond election will at least are I Reading Miss Lola Lawler.
carry Whitfleet, all of Grand Rapids, Mich., -
.' four, to onoiMiss most popular ; who are wintering in Kissimmee'I' ,Music 'Voice-Misses Maude Alice

.; .. ', :Minnie Stewart of I oughman' ''town.Saturday Ohio for, I i I Monday for Lake Butler near Win-1 1 and Adah C. Wagner. "The PhonograplvWith
Soul"
" and John flans, Jr., of Kissimmee, weeks here.ExSenator. |I iermere, where they will spend a Mr. J. J. 'Tucker, Mr. Meetch.i a
were married at Haines City Tuesday week camping and fishing at George i ., and Mr. Hale were down on the
j evening> / Rev. Gutendge officiating.Loughman 'Babcock's place. program for a number but failed toj
1 Con Tampa Tribune. flying trip to \: i ]Mrs. H. make their stage appearance, though
G. Griffin and daughter, wi' ,
at : Jfftf Home is complete without a
present the for this their
reasons neglect
on
,, Conrad Hubert president of the Mien Margaret" have returned from -
" .J. American Ever-Ready Flashlight Co., "imeeting. Mr.I"r j i I a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Ache of part contributed largely to the mer- __ .XyV )Edison. They fill all the requirent -.

and his wife, of Long Island City, N.' Loan county's work ', Uniontown, Pa., who are spending riment,; of the evening. sought for by Phonograph Perectors. -
1 Y,, who have been guests at the the winter in Clearwater. Mrs. Griffin -;i .tTh members the tisftimmee 4 / .
J f '..t. :Miss ;\ band grouped themselves on the veranda "
f
country club for a brief visit, left found a cablegram awaiting herfrom t f 'i'1' '
{i Friday. Thursday on j | her husband who is First Lieutenant ,liveliest and selections.added several* of their Consider these fa.... The New Edison

Mr. end :Mrs. If. M I. Wells, and :Mr. Isence. I in the Medical' Corps .,statingthRt is
here and has At the conclusion of the eveningthe
Mrs Fish ,who are' domiciled at 1 I he would remain in France indefinitely -
well wishers dainty little flower Misses
girls
'
Exact in Reproduction.
Park hotel for the winter,; have lco ;; ,1! Clara Tucker and
Margaret Lasley
| |returned' SfromJaiKthreeJ&wetfksJ warm Mr and :Mre i 'I !
I. 1trlp 01Miam and other][Florida. ] pnd1: ) lra"t'f been':making the c, country club'' in serving;assorted /sandwiches, pick- and has '
nterut \,
ata their
0 ] headquartersthis'winterwhiletourintBFloridaJIeft,
: UnbreakablejRecorda
111. were : ;i less\ doughnut 1J and J ho'j coffee i
Mlssl'I :01 i1h 1Belie | ; for '
[ a lIarrls,1J Anna 'da and .yesterday The Best ArtI s Obtainable] ,,
[ fand Donna*Harbaugh JH are *ThC '* their!h me'iinrMinneapolisMipn.' ; The "BILL", NELSON P DIED'AT (") '
.(. up from Winter Haven'to- Jaj.r. ) [itinerary of their trip will include. The Best SelectipnToflMusTcS '
night to spend the week-end at the 'at the flops at St. Auiustine, Baltimore, ;. ORLANDO YESTERDAY 1i '; The Most Wonderful Accompaniments

Home of- Miss Harris's parents, :Mr. i Ernest ; Md.. Washington: D. C., and a stay i I I
and Mrs. W. B. Harris. I North and 1 at ;.New York. While here the Daljrnrnos William Nelson, better known here 1i ?I The Direct
Atlantic: City, I I Greatest Recording Room
I IIr G. B. Hartke, who representsthe touring the ; I' have made many friends who> as "Bill" diet! yesterday lit I the Orlando t p'' jlI tor.
government in the cattle tic1. 'will' anticipate their return ,next win- General Hospital, in, Orlando, ,
week- > !
eradication work arrived this week .were stone en ( ter with pleasure.The following an operation for cancer of x r What more- can you want? All the
to take full charge of the campaignin St. Petersburg Times is without the stomach I: "
Osceola county. He is stopping ij i jPa.' A. A. ] the old familiar "E. E. Nauele. i' lie had been ill for two weeks and 3 a1i above merits combined" in "The Pho

i at the home of L. R. Farmer, on Mali- and ;Mrs ('ditoIt!, the mast head; and then was taken to the hospital hoping ; nograph With a Soul.
bet te street. Iledo. Ohio : ', do say that the Royal Scotch Highlander that an operation would save ,his life.
A. D. Page and daughter :Miss !hotel their band is one business manager He was ::15} years old at the time of Y

\} Elizabeth, of Newark, N. J., and :Mr.Page's | ing \several 1 !the\ hotter off. We don't know whether his death.
1" r : nephew, Lieut. E. J. McAl tin sweek to Naucrle considers a brass horn a The deceased, was the son of :Mr licE DRlJ'tsr( rrit

; lister, of Battle Creek :Mich., arrivedin ;'ersbura, |bigger: thing' to toot through than a and Mrs. A. S. Nelson and was es- TRAL
the city last Saturday. :Mr. Page/ I'V.i B. Taper whether the bare knees of teemed by many friends for his hai>-
shipped; his car to Jacksonville, and j C Bryan, and the band proved too strong a mavnet ny genial disposition. 'The family ''i
.' the party drove through from thatcity. were Q' : for the bare head of the longtimeand has the sympathy of the community I' Phone 41
: : i Grand Lodge well-liked Florida, editor.-Tampa in their sorrow. t:E KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
IPyth'as! of It is known
; : Tribune. I I not yet when the fun-
J. A. of Kisaimmee's
Capt. Simpson, one citizens- I| Tallahassee :'eral, services will be held as no ar- OOUM+ oocOO >Ooc UOOH+O+H OOOHO 00 O. 000.0J.

had a fainting popular spell pioneer and fell down They expect MRS. SORELLE HONORED 'rangements will be made till word is a. ____- ....- _. __-- _.-- .. .- __ - --- ,
:\ received from his
Mr. and brother Clyde who
.the at the Graves boarding
porch steps WITH AFTERNOON TEA
is still the .
house one day last week injuring ed their little in aviation service in "

. himself about' the head. We are pital in Texas.
has been for :Misses Mamie Tiller and Virginia
pleased to note that it was nothingnerious Tiller were hostesses last Friday afternoon -:
and he is able to be about J fractured j j entertaining a number of ,:,I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH STEAM, LAUNDRY

the streets again. I' about proving again and I|their friends with a four o'clock tea( I I I i:45: a. m., Sunday School. J. L.

Dr.- W. F. Blackman, of Winter at the pleasant 'Tiller home. I i Overstreet, superintendent. 1
Park, president of the Florida State :Mrs. Lillian j I The event was in the nature of a 11:00 a. m., preaching by the pastor FOR SALE.

Live Stock Association, spent a few gustine forcible, who i! farewell for :Mrs.: W. B. SoRelle. who I subject.... ,, "Business and Christianity "
and .
}hours here Wednesday on his way to was leaving; : for her New York home "
t'Btreet'i meeting 'l 1'I 2:00: m.> Junior Epworth League. I
Tampa, where he went to be presentat I after a visit with Mrs. W J. Sears.! p. f
'
the state meeting of the Bankers'Association. (interest of : The afternoon was quite informal. ,, Miss Alberta Hopson, Mgr.
Mr. Blackman is a :'and again/ : the /guests enjoying conversation. I fi:30: p. m., Senior, Epworth League. GootLjpayitig? business for someone,

memt>er of an important committt'e.of .J meeting held They were refreshed with a delicious i Miss Cecillia Overstreet, Pres. : '' -
the organization and addressedthe i Ex-Governor salad course, followed with homemade 6:30: p. m.. Service in the Interestof at a refmcttiable_ price.. ..., wifS? has'
meeting on needed legislation in I Denver, Colo., candies. { the work of the W. C. T. U. speaker ACAcjvjrf*-' ,

connection with the cattle industry. Gunther. Mrs. The truest list. included Mrs. SoHelle. Mrs. Lillian Fulton, from St. Augustine other busine'8' j 'r licltl i needs his

Mr. Shelton Phillips of Williston, Mrs. Mrs. S. II: Bullock. Mrs. II C. Fla. ,':'" ..
t the state rural school inspector made a party of .Stanford. Miss Cleo WooldriHge, Mrs.'I Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30p. : atteulftfn.A.. 1: ,.
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the in : 1 Fred Gilbert m. Everybody invited to attend. '".4 ....
An official visit to Kissimmee! | Mrs. R. M. Evans :Mrs. ..
r first of the week, spending Monday'f I''' friends, Mrs. W. J. Sears, and Miss Sue Watson. 'i I R. F. HODNETT, Pastor.

and Tuesday here. He visited the 'mother.Mrs. !'I : F. KRIT2K
DEATH CLAIMS SON OF .
grades of the Kissimmee schools be- W. J. ) .
low the high school, and motored I I Sunday'; to I x MR. AND MRS. B. C. DUGGER
out to Campbell Station in company Girardeau ;\10 ] : - I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA
with Supt. C. E. Yowell. He expressed ,j| grandmother, I il f1iii iTlid "Jimmie." the two year old son of I ,
his satisfaction with the schools it:t the at Dayton. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Dugger, died on
;, visited, saying they were well upI Saupe's sister, : / ]] I, V I II I Wednesday of last week at their' _
to the standard I|accompany home in the Boggy Creek section.j '
Former Conll'ressmanV.. W. ||la portion of I II Sale ofINTINGS Rev. W. II. Cqjeman IMPORTANT MEETING HART BALL TONIGHT IN HONOROF

Marmaduke of Baltimore, Md., and i Osceola : eral services at the cemetery Thurs- 1 MEMORIAL CORPORATIONAn SOLDIERS AND SAILORS
I
his two cousins, Miss Florence Powers !Jon, the market I day afternoon, and the little body

f and Miss Laura Powers of Knoxville (er prices was laid to rest. adjourned meeting of the Bart The Kissimmee soldiers and sailors
tlhere Death the result of'pneumonia.
Tenn.. who are wintering at this was :Memorial Corporation will be held at icf the United States Army, will be
.,4 Kissimmee, were among the prom. '[the Citrus :X the Memorial building Monday after- .honored Friday night with a baU at
t. inent visitors in the city yesterday..said' they f at CARD OF THANKS. noon, March 17, at 3:30;: o'clock. It I'the Graystone hotel, given by the ladies d
They came to make arrangementsfor i I' lag( this week. : We wish to thank our friends and was announced last week that the of the city. tom"
Phot&.ArtS1udiot
a passport to go to Havana.- the land Funk section. I YBriggs' neighbors for their many acts of meeting would be held on Tuesday, The honor guests are requested to
Tampa Tribune. The Tribune' 'is in kindness during the sickness and but the date has been changed to conform I be present in uniform and to bring
error as to Mr. Marmaduke being/ a Samuel A.: From Saturday death of o'ur babe. We deeply ap with the official minutes, and their sweethearts, wives and sisters.' "f
, former congressman lie was at one United States MarclTSth: will take is to at-
of : preciate their /sympathy in. our hour the meeting place Monday. The public generally invited
time however, Sergeant-atTArms mission, who i of tend. ,
v the Democratic National committee trip to Fort ] to Saturday, March 15th sorrow.Mr.. and Mrs. B. C. Dugger. 1 I Mrs. S. II. Bullock Mrs. C. F. Burrows
, jvhich is a position of equal honor glades stopped i Lieutenants E. A. Cary and C. Y. Mrs. L. II. Ingram and Mrs.
:' and importance. Mr. Marmaduke is with Mr. and Remember the mass meeting tonight Ranfill, accompanied by Sergt. E. J. It C. Stanford, will be hostesses for
,r, now treasurer and manager of the Jr., Saturday i You Are Cordially Invited There will be good music Schmidt, of Carlstrom Field spent ,the evening.
Graystone Hotel Operating Companyt left in the, "> good speeches, and a general good the; week-end here while returning ,
of this city. he had '1 I Subscribe for the Valley Gazette.
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F1 i r :.4+ alsnala1tlauraNlltpltsNINaeNeMINaNNr, / lOmmiimifMiiiiiiiiimwSpray // TO IMPROVE
QUALITY

tI : . I OF FLORIDA CATTLE rTLoNa, :: ianao h I

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"$ chnB'r'!s FprmIa" I Iln, the improvement of native beef I soil 1 -

> cattle in Florida, two factors must be I I: Corn and' beans grown in this manner fp tJ 'c f qtr,
: considered according to W II. Black and pastured by rattle will) become I
; Is An Old Friend., agent in Animal Husbandry\ doingtooperative one of the most popular practices
II work tech the Extension in the way of marketing ou
Division of the College of Agricul' crops in the form of beef. It.' Jia (
With A New Name ture. First improvement can be been proven that from two 'to *.wand ,
II; tuovifht about by the use of better ; one half pounds of whole bean- \
ilood in the'way of good bulls andsecond in the pod are equal to one pound o'
|Fvfiy Jitiui.' grower wlm ras iTTd tlmarrV Irxrlicitlekn6w ; by raining more feed and forage ; ottongeed meal.: '

> jl is the one, |I"r.mi\e: :' control tnl' .% ftc! fly mil .rule. ''i s good for the the individual cattle. animal'No) matter is, if how hll'i)' wenty For the head dairy of cattle and or farm more havlnc, witi; I (Y

RrllltJ from its use have! IIre'1I Ht ctJII'I'lt.1tb''1 tatl"fi.. tnij thNi ilIerr feed supply is rut short he will be the possible exception of farms it _

Nes .0 room for any fay) rn\< ,idenl in tii) is nct.OitKMnfidlly. | I. ''I 'nine stunted and J.e'ery, little better southern Florida, the silo has a valu
than the common scrub.The I I the place. More feed' can 1>e store
)",\\tirt. tin) *' have Urn cr>rtini riF iilnut, )" II man contemplating the par- 'n the silo than by any other means-I
slight: dificul'yin' mimrj. SilmJir'I ) IJI'H'H'id' '; with i1e I 'I.d" I hanc of good bulls \Cith which to inYi i The greatest uses of the Milage is for I

w.'iiJiiml .in'itrtHin ,ntJ'I ,>f (!I..illa. Aftrr >".!" I.f( prove: his field muit, figure on raising the dairy for breeding. : cattle, fp>; ,
Hiidy1) h,4iSy'rq'eriotntt| l wt 'lu'* ir\elcid! / | lilnwir'i" : In- Ii feed for velvet The importance of wintering" stock (cattle and for '
.\: ; either the ( )bean Or the silo 10''! niahing roughage in a fattening rur'j
.' H'II.d. and western Florida can wth cottonseed meal and velvet
I -ear('ely ''be over estimated. Grown I''beans ,
Mixes\ \Wilh!' Hard "Wa
incrt-nsc-d. The corn crop: may 1 1n the winter after, cord and,. beans In .. .
\Slays: Mixed i (, '> reduced! slightly, but this is small ,M the fall ,are exhausted. In some! localities ,
,'n proportion to the additional crop II i iif : ensilage is used! during th. 0
bears} that will lie l produced,. and'!:summer when jhe pastures are short i I
., Montr's,, Spiai I>NJJI.-I.' ;i- .fi L'Rt1"'-.1 n.rk'jJi. : inrr; <"f& Iii I ;1 the! .value.I! : _of nitrogen_ added_to _the If i.nd ,)ry. Satisfaction for the

Ittnixralhuteu4Lh) ...&t> l 1.,1 l l W4llf.lT.I dill,tSP 'tp|""ltniein\ ., l sweet tooth. ,
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/udlltre, ] iliii.m; i. tlanytt., . I', +
r l' i $60 BONUS WILLBE GIVEN =
Ai frl.TialriV. IrMtiuM'e; j ii. cull|"nJrd at "tl""}. I".ICI! offjIJUH .IIJ i Aid to appetite and

!I fi>, *iUUA' .liVrt; j it is /fining\ U". .1 its '''1"'''' kluxlld) .It TO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS I .r .

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;F : W, f dart; ./ u'la'ait,' will I l )LrN,. ifw'(( 'Kf kiK.wn, should! J! Thc' War iVpartment authorizes 1917. to date!' of last discharge' am]I . = ; and enjoyment In'' J '0.

I I" 1.1'* .,...J'/II/ ilruiiiic' j'Wiioiti 1 I alul/ i ill t t iff nmf, ,spit Uti I the following statement! from the Hi- their present address to whill )- they
LASTING form.
ohl'rlial, f"f1IfI" 1" desire their bonus checks be i .
I h s 1 1 ('II the ; Ih.. ( t.ll.r NIL7idby' = rector of Finance: to ten I
of,/"loritla! .' and enclosing with this letter theii V
f proper: Section 1.406 of the revenue act approved I
discharge certificate
: /I or military prdei
I I'c.>u lilli'' we rI".tr"" flit corn,, a,,. ("('ftlllt'ltly rontdrnt. 1 fI f February II d 4t.it wnl) tjliiik'v; : :iilul thnrl.nl.hIY/ .MH'J 1 >vln1r fly and) Kl'le $! the payment of a bonus of $iO, to officers /issued. package.

I inerta< and" lim,I, .n. will fix' "iij 'all'l water and tae mixed',' soldiers!, field clerks and I' Upon the receipt by the Zone Finance : _
nurses of the army upon honorable[ !, Officer Washington, D. C., of
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mid.in rirtl i "d' |I"\(' the i < } )' fidcnl( dna'I"1IY. '.
i iMo separation from active service by discharge this information\ ,/ '" ,' resignation. or otherwise I'discharge i / certificate, this officer wil'I'uule .
; J. Sdmarr & Company ; c 'Tji9)} bonus is not payable to the heirsor '': checks to be drawn and mailed
representative of any deceased! I to the claimants in the order in which
I ,((1'a i soldier. :||their : claims were received J by him.
Those who are discharged hereaf-'''The' discharge certificate will he re- Sealed + p j
; terwill, receive this bonus on the, turned to the soldier with the check.It Tight PE12FtC1 GUM i
1-1I ; lIme roll x>r voucher upon which they 1 is estimated that at least one ae
I '_ are paid their /final million. and a quarter persons have Meet .
JI .i Those who have been discharged been discharged! from the service who Right
t' t I Orrfrr y'JiM.rrrphd/ cfvfitio, Van. JoreMp..raf Nn. Ii:
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jtmiia1v rtf ft' tnvit* Jt, at ftttrr.tot whit A'.Annrr'a ;: and have 'received their final pay are entitled to the benefits, of this
In..rnMd.. Aa* *"ft' rfift/ rfw",iwffJiff pnwf year. f.n Ap s without the :$" r.l/ tt prtc fnw/r 6r arfi 'fir* ,
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I OlIo rurtfip < rr* <'r OMd Pnue*Jhi t9t aI..i/r. Ortitf/ =
....and .aiflonrv. iA'mon liuilding. Washington. I IUiting Ih t'.. manifestly take considerable time Hiwrite WRADPCD NL WIN
M u ., their service !Since April l d
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: GOOD NEWS FOR FLORIDA older people here lie \,'/ .' about - .'IIOIIIIIII'JlIII"I".III"II"'II"'IIJIIII'IWIIIIIII'1"' '// /' +111'11111I1.11111111/ +'IIII1I1II1I1"illllllU'"IIIIU11II1'III11I1I1I1I1'IIJIIIIII' / / II ty-//five years of ape at the Uiiu- <>.II
GROWERS OF CITRUS FRUITS ; his death and for the past four ytat I
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...'-X-----:...,.:.<-:-:-:-:-> > TOMATOES IN FLORIDA. I I, was practically helpless. . J,
1 .There is good 1 news for eitru'growers \ + -
S: Reports indicate a lal'gei2fr! nse ''I in the announcement of HOUDINI FILM EXTRAORDINARY
Crystillized Sail Fish t. in the acreage of tomatoes in Ftor- || spray material I that' will mix in hardwate'r I ,

'. ida.! some 20,000( acres compared with and stay mixed. Handcuff King Performs I'nparal- Flavor Lasts '
o Direct From Our fibbing Boats j: 15,000( ( last year, with a decrease in Word of this!' improved spraying Irled Feats of Ewcape. IO7
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To : the acreage of strawberries. says the ompound comes! from Orlando and
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State Marketing Bureau. Florida is the details are given in the advertisement There have been serials and serials . H,
Salted :;:.1' the largest shipper of fresh tomatoesin of J. Schnarr & Co., of that but never any like "The :Master: 1
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Delicious Caught .i.
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the Uniou.In city and published elsewhere. |Mystery:: ," B. A. Rolf's fifteen episode
Fish direct $(d tii the consumer by .1 'the first half of the last century The fact that this material is the j!super serial starring Houdini' the I' E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY

prepaid panel 1 post or express .:. the tomato was considered poisonous, old tried and dependable Schnarr'sInFectidde. i handcuff king Episode. One which I Jacksonville, Florida _
IVtbs for $2.00. I but it is now one of the most' useful but slightly changed, will opens at the Casino Mondays e ..t
: products of the garden in the many give growers: every confidence in the Other serials have their moments Fertilizers, I Dlf'ctici"i SpralyesW4.Poidftpplif'l '
Sped and appetizing it be results obtained from its use. of excitement but' the of
l price in Barrel lots. 1 ways can prepared means For
: 1 for the table It is very per From the time it first appeared on achieving thrills in "The MasterMystery" ihiny .years yo..e )tw1b..Iratilttlf- wntSa rWtilizos in this Siie"-w, have ituJtrJ cos* j
If y have never tried our ;; t ishable] and the utmost care must be I the market. Schnarr's insecticide has ; are entirely new. Of course omen in every county In Flood. '

Cryrtalized Dry Salt Fish you .. used in preparing it for the market. given complete satisfactory results Houdini furnished the thrills with Vfritm Par r.. have missed rare treat. : Parties 'interested in growing it, !/n combating/ whitefly and real* in- with A giant automation as his foil. ,.
G i,. nnd 'new beginners can get forma- >ects, we are informed by Mr" J.1 Houdini performs feats of self liberation -
THE ST GEORGE CO t'on about it from Farmers' Bulletin Schnarr, of that concern who says I no other mortal can accomplish.
N'o. 220 entitled "Tomatoes," issuedby further: He does not- need to be rescued in
St. George if the Gulf i, the U. S. department of agriculture "We have never eonsideredthere the nick of time by the promptar- SEED: :: :: S

U APALACHICOL ;' FLORIDA Washington, n. C. Its diseasesare waR any waIf improving the, spray :I rival of a faithful friend; he rescues We carryall the leading varieties of seed which have been tested an own

!'-"'{" ',, .! discussed in Bulletin 91,.,issued I;.',n -, this,.respecU,,,Occasionally.. ..howevcrgmwersi4JlavecommentetJ himself. The forces cf restraint devised .{';'r-V' < best 1 adapted lo our toil and climate. ,' ., ,
O the.r.StateIExperiment'\ Station 5 at | 5 ton:a ,by the-automaton are:Ctartlinp-, CROPt44SEED
: .Galnesville,1 JFlal r 1h."Jj1 alight I ditfit 1t en'ounteredJ.n! mix'( but!JlFoudini's,skill [lat'' freeing l himselfis"allthelmorelbewilderinglF NEW;] ." CORN : SORGHUM : MILLET i-jtfffE: < 'EGYPTIANfeWHEAT '
4j ., : TherelareAmany'varletlel! red and [nchnnr'/ Inlle icicle w h hard \\ i&! \ i ," TEXAS SEEDED RIBBO WTTi.1i1rONION;t ;
D u 1 Hotel pinklin| (andioffalltsizesMoretomatoes"ere | ( water to'f'all' dThetstorytot ?:The S$MasterpMySlteyy '! flfcWRWSETS! : ENGLISH PEAS : BE4J l? lcTelc. \.
canned'than other e>!-"this troub e, common oil "
any written by Arthur B. R eve SEED POTATOES all varieties. PQUCWY and BEE SUPPLIES
product, The stocks of is one which we have been
JA'N/lfl\t'IILF. FI.flltln canned tom a- nrays and Charles A. Logan, revolves '
IfNI g11NN'1. ill II 4I'11'4rlppua roes in the wholesale houses in the studying/ for years We have made around! the efforts of Quintin Locke.a We ask that you call on us for a'R '.i/ltomnation I desired in our line. Thu
)i..* |*'Htnrnce All modern, Itn.r..v..rn..n' I United States according to the nnny experiments and spent thousands I government operative to obtain is NafcrlPeT'Supply Store .
*, irlevator.rlthoul bath telephone(1 It 11.1 H*rv-up [latest reports of the U. S. Food Rurev. of dollars in trying to overcomeHe I certain patents which the International OUR NEW SPRING SEEa' rtTSUPPLY CATALOGUE IS READY. Write.
with bath 11...'," per IIITD-III, \\", HJont'g \ wa 281 :.1.17.772:\ pounds, while difficulty and we have succeeded I. Patents Company is keeping +
for
Slur.I I retail dealers/ held {'4.8:>l.r>:3.V: pounds Schnarr's Spray Formula is just off the market. Arrayed ajsin'tLocke your copy today.
.of' which ;iXt8T8, pounds were creditd Schnarr's I Insecticide improved. It is a giant automaton which
j to Florida or about one pound for now mixes thoroughly with hard uses every means at its command to
ich person in the state with several water and will not separate in sudden frustrate him Consequently Locke I
k HOLDERS OF villion pounds in the hand,* of the climatic changes." is frequently, in perilous' predicnments -
whult'snl"r.! I The canned tomatoes and] the manner in which he ecf
i nnsnined in this state where more I J. F. WILLIAMS DEAD -- I j: escapes from the refltr"',ninK powerof '

LIBERTy BONDS ; iri 1 gro-\n and shipped ripe than AT WHITTIER HOMEJ. wire, ropes!' and locks, furnishe ...
I from anywhere' else come from distant unexampled tiills.llollars "
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., factories. 1
are adviMd to hold them. If 1 Tomato are easy, to cultivate, and F. "lltidmone of Os-ccola's .:III Cents, Ti-i:5:
+ you mun sell, deal only with With :i-ensonable care can be made a well known pioneer (citizens has been Counting it only} in dollars and OLDEST

responsible bankers. We Illy nrofitable use! .. cropeven_! if only for fa'm- claimed illness, at by his death home after in Whittier a lingering, and cents, how much did that last Bold WRITE row CATALOG c I ESTABLISHED SEE 70UTtRM,

was laid to rest Monday V cost you? A man may nofc, always WEEKLY PRICE LIST I MOUSE IN FLORIDA
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Bliy and Sell 'stop' work when he hIArC' (' ld. butperhaps
t} MEDICINR: FOOD.Pr ( :Mr.: Williams was one of the leading .
of I it would ba fitter If he did. tt1QJt
southern
citizens of the
LIBERTY BONDSAll I [) > not I buy something whicj you the county for He owned part a' It takes about *M't 'days to get com- a n
alreadv \'e. You have fworf which years I pletely rid of 11' cold under the usual
hotel Whittier,
and at
: lajge store a
.(serf and Denominations.Writ . you f xd.(, your horsaaV cattle and and at one time served on the board treatment.. That time earl be nluch
sheep! but t. when '
.ydil'want medicine I shortened; by taking Chamberlain'sCough
us if interested. buy only r dioi! That is what you of county commissioners. iRemedy 'and care of
proper

1 TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA set We fn...ell U.it.Ojfhomas'nnA guarantee Stock it Remedy.to l le u tv.>-He well and was as has!' in well many other known friends parts in of.Kissimmee.1mongthe the coun- ,,|your t'dy'fn*lf the, in, house fact is a bottle a mighty of, this good rem in- f :-:- ...x--- :-<--:--:->'''':-r---: :'':+:-:';::

Capital arij Surplus I S2.0iO.IKil(,(I ( ) medicine.: We tHk you t that it willtone I 'vostment during the winter and b
I upthe pntireJVy.tcm of your spring months.
Memli.-r FV.lSynl H. yen ,. .-vstnATLANTA. , Mock and aid digpst'oVherebv' causIng I

+ c.\. them to get all 'the food value out AT TUE FIRST SIGN CHRISTIAN CHURCH I d e all :
ll of the grain that von feU them. f
Waters, A Carson Grocery. OF BILIOUSNESSTAKE 10:00-Sunday: School. Y .
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TAR MIXTURE PROTECTS CORN A CALOTAB' ((5:15: -Y. P. S. C. E. .
LET
mm A COLD i: Some farmers, have experienced 7:30-Sermon. I FertilizersIdeal t ;J.t

difficulty in getting n good stand of The New Naiu ales Camel That Prayer meeting each Wednesday

KEEP YOU AT HOME corn in certain parts of their fields Does the Work Without the Slightest evening at 7:30.: L. A. S. each thurs. y f '" .:.
i.i iI due to the ravages of birds and moles. day. y ;' .'.
I These pests dig out the Unpleasantness olf, Danger of +
grains soon' Junior C. E. each Sunday at 2:30:
Dr. King's New Discovery after the plants appear above, ground Salivation..T. 1'. m. i Brandons ever will give you ::= ..

almost never falls to and the stand is. reduced. A. P. Young Ladies' Circle meets each :,. best results. ..? :f
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bflng quick relief Spencer, of the, University Florida Ask your doctor anj he will tell second Sunday. ?
, extension
I / division !suggests/ a method that calomel is
the best and
Small disc* in awliile whereby relief you only C. W. B. meets the first Fridayin Complete formulas
once and thatf may be obtained. Dip :sure remedy for a laair liver, biliousness any analysis. 4:
throat-t {( g. lung-splitting cough .the seed' corn in a tar mixture/ .'- : indigestion an/ constipation.Now each month. '
r not soon bath quieU before down. Another dose and a. fore planting. I that all its unpleasant and dangerous Church Board meets first Sunday : Proportioned to prevent waste. !
Jumping into bed a, Mix tar and linseed oil until the
I good sleep*And back to normal io mixture qualities haft been removed afternoon each month.
the will run well or make a thin ,calomel, in the forth of Calotabs, i is I Prompt shipment.
morning. You
Sj. I coat on the grains. A thin mixture are cordially invited to our t
Dr. KMft'New I II the easiest. and molt pleasant of all
Discovery ( can
well be had
s by heating. Pour this services \ 1
I laxatives
known.' to take. ,One tablet at bedtime -
*r fifty I
\crt it' been
over the and then .1.
corn rub the corn I with a swallow of waterthat'sall. 31-tf. W. IT: Coleman Pastor.

I ; attack relieving cMlgns,FV fifty colds years and it bronchial has been birds in.sand., but it The makes tar the will rom not distaste kill the I No taste no-',criplnpr, no nausea Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. !
old by dNtgtifts 1 no salts. In the morning you feel LEGISLATIVE NEWS.
everywhere. A ful to them. Treated .1 Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers .
corn must be 5.
fine ,
reliable r I simply ,-UT J -wide-awake ener-
ythatyouyour.elforsay You will read the News
h. dropped Legislative
member ur family can takeaafely. readily thru by hand a drill.as it will not pass j-entic I( ,for strong breakfast.
Train Stubborn Bowels It is not advisable! to treat all 1 Eat what you April and May, Jmt for the' most -}
corn please and t- about
'ThOr in this way, but where land is I i g< your work,-no complete t&n published read The -> :!:
take* Its -
course not near (danger: of salivation .
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with a habit-formint purgative a hammock which birds frequent it ,Calotabs are sold only in original Florida Tiatfs-Union. Send $1.00 today 0000 00 00 COo 0 00 00 o 0 0 Oot", ...o. - :- -...
but with gentle: but certain and may be necessary to treat the seed I sealed packages price thirty-five to the Times-Union for a subscripti - .--- ,
ratural-laxativtL Dr. King'* New Life planted there.Subscribe rents. Yout ( druggist recommends and Tim Union from March 20th to u.-e' Talcle5 c,>UI Tonic:
Pilla. Tonic in action, it stimulate* the guarantees Calotabs PO* C red In 6 to H Days
Ja; owdl.Sgld bfelrugguta everywhere.V for the Kissimraec Val :refund the price if you by are offering not de to June 6th. 13-2t. tutor**vlullty and eartttjpf'purifying. and ro. : DnutcUnrrfuj\ l' If PAZO OINTMENT: fans.
ley rkbin4 lb. blood. You .. .
Gazette.
to llchti
I MOO feel lu Straoiilh.oln cura atWleedln.oeProtrudlalPnea l |
lighted with them.-adv.( ) Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. ., Invlgorctlpt Kttt Price 60c. loMantlvreMfulwe Ir 11I101' Pll,! and you on Set
.... r t llaErat .ppdnllpl,. Price 0c.
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THE ICISSlrJMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1919 SEVEN :

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FORTY MILLIONS; TO BE WHEN NEURALGIA! j;


RAISED BY PRESBYTERIANSThe
t ATTACKS 'NERVES
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... The campaign, to raise forty million March 9, 10 and 23. A proclamation .,
dollars to carry on the work calling on all loyal Presbyterians to Linlniyj f'I f
the Presbytei lurch; in this (" or'l rally to the support of their country Sloan's t ecattera
and' their church, written by )Dr.
try and overseas was launched in !Frank Smith. of Pallas, Texas. Moderator the conge on and
the (churches of taut denomination; I, of the Presbyterian Church, relieve pain 'I 4
the first, Sunday InIur'h, und will 'was read in the churches on Sunday
bo continued 1 in a thoroughly) orjr.,n-< '' Miircli; 2, and the' proclamation has
;zed way until Sunday, aMrch: iidxl' ', been printed In the folm of a poster, A little, applie 'iMout
rubbing will
when .1:10,000: duly l appointed canvassers I and is now exhibited in all thechurches. ptnrtrala initrwdl fieljf and ,and
rest
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will visit{ ':
every IVosbyU-rian in soothe the
the United States during the hoursof I the objects for which tin nerve A .
Ainonp
.C N I ); Sloan'a Lint 0
i d lil Ilan' I 1 I { I Itai two, to five to secure{ his pledge in folly millions ofuolljrs) will he'tl.l'I'a !' slayingtntern! t a' very trains effective In
this I i, bruises,
) I I I fund. !< ate as follows. : aches, bl ilf joii1go e muscles, lunkba.hcuma .
1 .t ? o I I I I I I.i j To help (put across this first Vl 1.t 1.-- Half u pillion dollais! for cad? ,neuritis, i tic
t 1 +' I I twingesaw.Y
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.i y I i I itrtry Fund ('II 111 Illn 'of' the New 1'.1.1, ; .
r'r!t'. 1 I. I t I'll among returnmi*, !''Iu] ] t'r" and, iilprs. '"'Keep hi !
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,j,1\lo\'l.menl..IIB tho 1'rewbvterlans cull\ t'l whom.nm'slnncc! : l is also( to, bi ttirnln h. ot > on hand
ItM'ii .... 1 I for family uU Dn
AI 1 ,jl ivc" pleading .inmlflleiii Jill 1 I linidjng i jobs and pettim* a new tiata everywhere.
j 0\(>I' the I icouTiti'y\ Lure Wen' rol,'alacd, Marl: in I life.; i
from their Uiui't'tH',: .for! sixty! I I I ll , I'I' emli, man WJHJT\ in ihii'R'o/' of jiHoti\ **< : .'l'\ -i viV, , i"i huiM! nr-! >t' .' '"-.iM': a
hlI1'II, .down I"m",) .t"'ie* or .1 loco; CMU.\!! ;, < in l'u'ole; | Ill) .. :a' ,J b}
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pro" ,ijis; of Presbyterian' : '' t/1ur..ll/ .>.'.th WU. -r ?
I i Them ore nix.ut three l iidt', ; Vuar million
{ f 'tI )J'w-1+ dollars! for "' 'I' ",1t 1
I livli'i'i-, ; ill'hit')1) then( ;' are! n'ouily.wlO.On .(ft, whe.iv cast yew Pro'Miorlaiic j '
j 3ullllllll ( ). clinrchcs;, I < Jidtml; 17.5 ))io i>!itiN and illpensink's / ( -
ry-0J, 'y , r j llv. entire) ntHIj"t.tlJ l t.e \\'IIIf1f'f1'lo"+s I 1 inhiih\ 70ifM) >u 'pM'enta'i we-f
nljfi ..u'y.' h..n11'01110'11'.1| jiiuoiitf thi'jchurIwc.of Insti-tutions' ( ]

j the rotintiyj'und* ;J' syatu- : religious: scrrlceso'er!' ( ,
I Iul nuit "' ru'iipttign l : h:,* ueen imitifjunu-' nhl: !lI'd which were attended l b\
a j fd'' In riyiwif)! Squiidions* t'onsi'tin,1! ; ninny million; of nnt'tves! . ( -f
o 'o ?ntll I I I III IIIi (I of men HIJ I women of |m>n.l/ienee in llip-hty: trnUfmnd; dollars will bo
: r IuII I .each community; ,, to ; ,
t W I II. Copyright| | "'*<.rllre advance. "1',1 for temperance nd( prohibition)
'd ( plllllllll I H >. ':rnfitTobtoou ". plfdpe I ( + fioin} larpor1' liivlIl- > j\\<,rlc, especially in foreign lands 1n
atM
I a; u?, I 1 1I 11 p p'I "14 (;u. Many: )imitsvof the civiinlry, Jl 'l'. ne!''whVIl; A uu rican brewers and difltill E, S.HOf D.

'I d'' Ek 1/hundred per cent Ol'1rutlhl'd-and it 1'1'111'; / (, to bowin, operations as 'soon OCULIST ,1 UI''i'ICI4 N .
l 1 I I I.i;; exjnw.ted'' 1 hilt in some pectioiiH then| s -their plants] tlt'1' closed! dawn in Eyes
I 1111th'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlullIli LAY the with Churches will / KxamlncjIWy a RegularlReg.tat -
I smokegame a jimmy (jo "over the top"/I wilh hiv country.' hyslrian,
? II 4 1 pipe if you're hankering for a hand n hundred 1 per cent ovcr-subsciiption.!' I| Nei}tlv" n million dollars will be np- Glaaaea 1' ed.
I'lolimmary: conferi'iu-es eRroke
A luni 111111'1111ml'ttitR 'proprintoil for disabled preachers,
_,- \gut for what ails your smokeappetite! !, ; already held in the principal !- :land nearly 'another million will be ens Du licaled,

For, with Prinoi lbeft, you'vegot a new listen on the pipe question cities of the United States have I used 1 Jto increase preacher's nlur l's. 28 1 Church; S Orlando, Fla.
shown( a,. keen interest 'in the campaign j I About three millions are neededfor
that cuts yotrloosefrorti, old stung tongue and dry throat worries! men arid women crowding the) special work in American'cities' i ,:r.u .
( ? Made by rfur exclusive patented t ocess, Prince Albert is scot free churches to receive instructions. from i i nnd among 'the immigrant populations J' Kltllin.S ;''h L X. AKKIt.MANW :
the leaders !sent' out by headquarters. lumberjacks Indians '_
) Mexicans 3. TEED
from bitir and and hands about the biggest lot of smokefun
? ,: ; parch you in New York.The I and other depressed peoples AKER"MAN
KRIBBS
::1 ,1 that jiver was scheduled in your direction! Rev. William Hiram Foulkes! and for relief work in sparsely set ,... AND STEED
P. J P.'ho 'lCurn.. and 4uMMlor mi Law.
r t 1 made a record in the Presbyterian tied sections of the country.I'I'esb.tl'rian .
ince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pal; rolled Into a cigarettes it church by raising million women are to raise Kt..t.ia e, Florida.rnrral .
nr of dollars for the fund for disabled 11('n 1'1two million dollars for educational (. pmcllrr liall "<.<* aad Ialtr4onrl

> :;.,, beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any Pieshvterian preachers is the General and social I work in thiscountry. ,.......}.:'<' ..

: man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will be willing top Secretary for the New Era :Movement ( '
and Charles N. Wonacott, of Half a million will lw used! foi Wo B. Crawford Lee Jarrell
figure up the sport you've sKpped-on once you get that Prince Portland, Oregon, who put across the building new Presbyterian; churchesand CRAWFORD. & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW

Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smolcesystemt! war savings stamp campaign in that another half million for educational
You'll talk kind words time the line! state, is chairman manager liarc-luy and religious work among ne-
every you get on firing
Achetfon Offices 4
5 0
active in !sociAl l and religious "J'oe9. and 7 Citixena
work on the Pacific Coast, is Nearly a million Is to be splnt"foreneral Bank building
c Toppy rtd baft tidy r.d tint, ,,,...J.o.... pound and half-poand fin ham the I Field director. religious education and theological Clsiimmee
: Florida
don-and' that flatty, practical pound cryttal ... humidor uftthtponea These special posters have l been ] training, half a million for I '
I motffcncr. lop that kmcpt ,10. tobacco in tucfi perfect condition, ) prepared 1 by Leone Broker, of New :Sunday: .school work and religious! DR. Wi( W. CARSON
York .the artist who made the famous ]literature, and about one hundred
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. "Keep them Smiling" poster for thousand for special men's work and DI QKNTIST
the war campaign service, used! in general evangelism. Office orr Pilley Building
their recent financial drive, and these Twenty-five million dollars will be' Offlo. H Sir : i_II. 1-..
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-posters will be displayed in all liur-- I I spent for their general communitywork. Ou. 'Phon.Administered 111' Re.ldn 'PbOB. '!,
for Kxtraotloo:
f dies. in the United States on Sunday. .,rth .
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1 CHEATING IN SCHOOL I the association might incur, but cannot LEWjS O'BRYANATTOwiEYATLAW
i llteeclI Editor Valley Gazette: and does not derive any return ,
t I wonder if all fathers and moth-1 from the money he paid in when the
r v ers think seriously enough abaut'c1watinA' ,association was organized.(\ If there W.&flr{&
in school. I were a failure, the creditors of the Buildinr. '
We teach our children that to1 steal,1]association could collect from the I .
..:. to lie. to deceive are deadly sins, yet 'men who compose the association; iflthel'e rat Jofcnston'',.& Q. P. OrrM
I :} R Ping na'Sles they do all three when they cheat. I I l Is a surplus. as there l is this JOHNSTON & GARRETT
I. fI When a child finds that by cheating I: it must he used for fair parpolies -
.J.. j.; 10 they can save themselves thcll I''I as it will be next year. ATTd NEY-AT.LAW
trouble of studying and yet niaKe1.I I I At the final meeting of the direc Offices 10, \\ and 12 Cjtiteng Basks
.. 4I their; prude the idea grows up in i its to\'a. In discussing:: next year" it .v Buildings
mind that it pays to cheat. When a decided that South Florida Ki/elmmo.. Via.
I teacher from indifference or the fear }would be asked! to consider the 1920
ot loss of popularity is indifferent, j fair a certainty, and to make provision -
to cheating or condones it, they arc in their annual budget in July llcnusd
helping the pupil to become cheat I ij o that each may be represented i in
and are themselves cheating the par-i'I the excellent way to which it U en-
ents of the, education thoser pupil; .I titled"next February. The fact that FDBJDEB
I li: should tudy ;for ( atheJjjj, ountvJifinarto.Aare( : (' usually arIt -

7.;, ..I L When ""aJpal'ent listens to a 'hlld' llt\'d.l.hei'ord'actlxdwol\ k.9n.the'\ fair .
criticism :.ofJ'coniplaintlfoJfaltcaHiera'without r'I 'undertaken!had ,preventedprogreas ,; ,

enquiring] !foqtheTotherpidor'jf <4&octionslf i'omltnkinsrj partMpgL; } "'" .. LLS" >j\.o\ ,
_ _ the story they may be'mcouraging Newspaper]\cnmelC1nfor" high "
.TT \ the child to continue to cheat. ,eat praise, the directors realizing that t \i
In my opinion the one who is most those counties which carry off the Fire,, Lift' Accident and
heated is the child who cheats itself honors individually! \ as counties >* '
out of the education it is sent to, owe a great .deal" to the editorof Health Mate Glass, Liability -
A chool to who ,, t their homo papers! who invuriublv,
and
roof that get is laying the M>, i ;
I anyone foundation for dishonesty in after; I i cumulate interest! in the fair nndt'iko and Boiler Insurance.
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the
leadership in securing '
life.
: f tlli% F f ,: can lay right. :;- 1 A. MOTIIKK. lesentation. This wo'k fo. tle: ( community rep i Legal 13b" d's' Executed< t
For; th Chl dr-;;: ih a means of duvelop'ng; nnilixlilitiir !t'1' IIh1'rrl Too much CU1I10t' be pxerci-od, !' to ( (';<-
cure : cannot
I .. scaleulntcdin
M'rrhr'-'J';;; % '- t No skill and help except Iren.in selecting It should a cough be medicine Ica'-iiiit[ / for to t.vk-.i chit |I, ndd, '"i'>'ante which:--manner.PHYSICAL" any', Same DaVNeeded.jit .

or contain no harmless] drur lull mus.. 1- I -
t'I' , youf own are needed to effectual' in cuiing their coughs and WRECK I OFFICE: Jbte i Bank Building
t 'olds.' I.-nif experience has ,show) 'f
/ 1 zi Ccrta I-lccd rig/ -a\\\\ hut Chamberlain's Cough 1 ltd need, '1 | J! l -
I meets the"e conditions. It is u favor I' ONCE-TAMP MI' f
Materials: required and ite with many mothers! ,

? ';; ,:full directions for laying SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR ASS'N NOW E AGAINI J. 'f,,.THOMPSON

HAS SURPLUS OF $21.362.42 STOMACH TROUBfj HAD THIS Funer 1 Director
1 are packed in centerof roll.
Tampa) Fla.,. :March ( .-With the MAN DOWN AHI7 OUT. HAD 1
final report of the South Florida Fair I -
LOST HOPE OP:EVER BEING
Because Ccrta 1t-tccd is so easy and Gasparilla association, throuM'hthe WELL WHEN DRECO CHANGED AND

V 4) to lay, so economical and so tore. ,executive showing committee a surplus of to $21.3G2.4t.the direr! IT ALL FOR 1dM.s LICENSED EMBALMER

l this year's business I ;
L efficient and durable it is was complctC'd.Only
I preferred in a tentative way, have pl:1 Here's a atory't11at should he read ':'L
for practically every kind been discussed for next year but it !I by every man j:woman who is sicllund k Store and itJh a pet l, Stewart A.n.
is certain that the association wi I | ,ll."jl'l'tl'CItwill\ / appeal particularly -
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of building large or small. More take up plans actively next summer, to those 'pffltons who have tried Imm. PIa.tT .

i;_ '_ than one-Fourth of all the roll with something' like seven months instead almost everything in search of health .toooooO..j..o.o.oo. o.... ,
of and who are ipfeady to
seven weeks for preparations. give up hope
-- 1 roofing used throughout the aDd! nettle dowtl t to. a life of misery M.friLLERReal ?
Probably the most notable f.utore"bout and pain and burden themlelves.llntl
.. .....-_.. ., ,._ world comes from the Certainx this year's fair was the fact friends and .families. Head every Mate
feed factories. Certain-teed has that the: decision to hold the fair this Word. ,)j Agency -
&\ year was made less than two months "1 have B #n treated a long time
the dominant Choi( Everybody knows about Certainbecome -. ahead of the opening date. It was for tomaclf,* uLle but nothing 'ever Realty jght and sold.
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in response to a demand for the fair did;' me goouWv I kept growing worse'
.f teed. It is used for buildings <&every size and type- felt locally and throughout South all the tim ; until I was a phvs>icilwreck 1 Houses ted.
Florida that the men who compose ands growing weak all the Taxes and Titles verified
for factories warehoused stores hotels 1 the fair association decided to hold i it. time. MycH;!I wets were constipated for non-re enta.
garages, in had dizzv } and
Papers Tampa and other Florida iwlls my kidneys were
office buildings, farm buiftungs, round houses, etc. cities and towns called for a displayof weak. I finally cut out all other Fire, and Accident far'
Florida's resources, and a victory treatment* hud started taking Dreco( turance. '
In shingle form, red or green, it is widely used for relldgncet. Ctriain-Utd gives years of efficient celebration.To and I beg* to improve immediately Indem Bond
service with practically no cost for up-keep. It is immunkMo every form of roofing attack.It undertake it. In the uncertain and now SA\\ my troubles are gone. .
conditions that followed the signing i 1 am a Ifg-ular walking advertise.ment' ttiNNN
iiiiiiii
is rust proof, spark proof, weather proof, waterproof, 1W i i. not affected by acids, fumes or of the armistice, and still prevail to for'Jhreco." This l is the signed. -
gates. The sun's heat cannot make it melt or run Sold balers everywhere. no slight extent, was to Incur personal statement Made by Mr. L. A. Thorpe, 7I
risk, for the fair association had the well-kllown cigar maker of West
accordinfc&to
Guaranteed 5, 10 or 15 year thickness.Certain'teed .
funds left Fla.NOTE .
no over from the two previous Tampa.
Products Corpor" A fairs it had conducted in 1916 :-! treco. referred' to( in the FR "H FISH

Office and Wrboiu. to Priociptl Citte <01 ea and 1917. In fact there. was an outstanding above statMhent' by -Mr. Thorpe Is the
indebtedness of approximately i same' med lie that is causing) so] '
p
Certain'teed Paint-Varnish-Roofing and Relate uilding Products $3.000, and the members of much talk iln the newspapers on account A N D-
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the asociatlon were on notes for money of th4 many remarkable re-
loaned by local banks to meet obligations I I ports( recited of wonderful results 01.STERSSIM6N.
two years ngo. To provide; not only ifl stomach troubles but also ..
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Certain'-'t-e-* d Pr. o ducts against lack of funds and loss thi is i in tevercsi-fascs! of rheumatism, nerillvous -
your, the directors( III"pd; r' notes for( a total of $5.000.rrh" fair catarrh and kidney troubles,
/ Far Sale By w association! is incorporated, but not Deere may be secured at any well- MARTIN
for profit. stocked drug store and pharmorv ,f Phone
Thus a curious situation arises in shop, and Is particularly recommended 1. 313
J OSCEOLA HARDWARE COMPANY that every share holder] is liable and and dispensed in Kissimmee by r r "
may be held for indebtedness which the Central Drug Store. 1 C w

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EIGHT THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FR1DAY'MARCH'' 14, 1919 I '

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SMOKING'TOBACCO' WILL PEAT OR MUCK BE


v FACTS FRpM"'THE COME FLORIDA'S: FUELIt The Book ofa .

\ ENCYCLOPAEDIA
2; seems to be the\ general\ fcelinamfini ,r I down his beneficent warming rays.
the people of Kl simmee thai I'I But that is not the limit of th,
The Use off Flavor! Determines un era of Jro'thand\ industrial development ,. Makers providence. There are acre e 9 9 / O c's tif
ia opening up and of Florida's land, yes miles, mile
Difference 'Brands tuni(les. hitherto neglected Ofpor.! j miles upon mile of it where the soil Price Guide in ."'
f' taken advantage of !and that 1919 wil:I if dug up and. dried, becomes one o f -
witness a growth and prosperity un. the best fuels in the world. home tC -.4:
The Encyclopedia Bflt.anr.lca says J Barrelled in the history; of this sec. I{ This is called muck here, though II' i t every l.t'bgip '
'about the rnunufueturvMjl f tobacco '
mnoldns lion. is said to be identical with toe pea
: '\' on the! Cfjniir.tT.t and in . Klssimmoo; -in common with othei r deposits that are found in other part te ,
America, certain 'suuAs' arvmf>loyi-d towns in Florida, has suffered froma I I'of the world. In Canada the peat 'il I /i f
of UiB 'hijifcis to Jiftpro\'
e use : F
theth end buridnc qualities of the "land o6m" when Inflated values, now a commercial product. Wh y
unprincipled dealers'and uninfornfcdItuyrn I should it not become so in Floridain -- '
V\hichinii lIJattarmjkf'1If'njormC'nt
IPIIVt-IL l<': I
. flavoring usod a J upon the tohi.oro. of permanent prosperity; and while I It is not an entirely untried ventur I
Your TIOSP I Is! a r': guide in tl.c ri'.at- the attack was a serious one that has I for a number of years ago muc
tr of flavoring' ry this simple" test passed now,, and' a vista of'll'Owth, was burned as fuel in the Grayston jI
with several tot eo r)brands", pour some inned l,,'on sound business principles I I hotel here, where it was found decidedly ,
tobaccointo y 'atm.] ; ruh briskly; stretches j Before the city. satisfactory as a fuel, both fro m ... r I
and smell V will I r.otio1 a distinct It is difficult to prophesy the line, the standpoint of price and quality f f p
,difference in' a 1 JmRrnnce",u every of greatest achievement for Kissim- lit was used in the form of bricks, f Send f r this
brand. The t oco that fmcllw best.to nicc, perhaps it will IK- along new and, ;trifle larlrer'than the ordinary sane I 4' ; .
you will smo boot in your pipe, you practicallyuntried ventures. This jor clay brick. These, bricks were eat, Cafaloot Free N
can rwt aaauCarvfuliy community enjoys wonderful God- I sly ignited, were irtVnost entirely con e now
,-d, old Burley tobacco, given advantages, any of which if gumcd, leaving a fine white ash. .1
t>lus a das *f pure! chocolate, givesTUXEDO harnessed up for the l benefit( of hu !/I. This was more than ten years age
obacro a pure!, fragrance manity'could make .Kissimmec a and wood here could be had for a scrip! This great "Book of Domainsis Post War Shoe Salegladly I
distinguish from
your nose c quickly household word in every home in thestate. which may account for the fact that
say other! bacco. Try it and see. the manufacture of muck just off the press andStfrewill '
'Take the question of fuel for or pea !
-. : instance. The nation realizes now as! bricks did not prove a financial sue mail you a co f on re2100 pairs: ol
It 'never did before how absolutelythe ; cess and it became a thing of the Women's Patent 1
I industrial life, as well as the very past. This' week the subject was renewed quest. It contains thcgflTiost won-
i 'i', efcistance of humanity, depends on by the arrival of a winter visitor derful Leather .
lot of have
Hayom I" :this substance, and each year the out who -interested in manufacturing bargains. ever
1 puts of fuel producing plants in many fuel from this substance, who offered, each pajje"'contsdfcing articles at Shoes $1 89
Htallng Hoyt'ad parts of the country grows less .ehch interviewed: Mr. James M. Willson -
year. among others. Mr. Willson owns a money-saving prices. Ajfan example, fine only . "

V. In Florida this is especially true, large acreage! of muck lands adjoining quality apron gihghaipis offered at lOc lll ..4.l'7',;;iL, :" U. I
The price of coal and cost of transportation the city and is a firm believer in
Stops per yard. or 10 yards fojtf,'$1. Women's Patent
intrinsic value of this M4920. AVrrvDMe .ir.
.1 the deposit' .j
makes it Gas
} #& prohibitive. I Leather II..
Button Shoes ieciallypriced at $1.89. Model T.t
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has not become a practical material not only as a fuel l but from oflherI .tooad Crct F.ror with ,
The and the wood of the standpoints as well. Ru dr.d.olWomea. It '
in places
I. many I
,? state ..is rapidly becoming scarcer, I|I At present Kissirnmee e is sufficiently Why not order aair when sending your request ppM ;tr.nd?
and consequently higher in price i supplied with wood at a medium for the "BooMof Bargains"? Remember ll..m.dta.kiahb.tts..a: ,:
'1
Ttokh >rire. The for the city light that uncondiwhal stands '. op' p"0' ""b' ;1
t Then what of the future? i I'j power our guarantee behind = .. os.tad Up and
God has greatly blessed our state ;I j and water plant and every other industry every Item liste?' Our guarantee is the foundation II.I.\,Cub.a ...... lestb5
-lit in this, respect. Overhead he has here is generated by wood out r.oi.' Ia thu Ia.
L.- Heals of coondence and the assurance of .
Throat spread out a canopy of soft cerulean /fires. Each year it is more difficultto your your .tanr* w bv down b..abistok..p Ui*

T Cuff:fir Cough blue,. veiled here and there with ever obtain'the material for these purposes complete satiraaction.?, prfro e< thla (ha., la
I t. shifting clouds in white or soft tints and it must be hauled farther, .elm 01 the f.rt tha&
..#. IC of gray and pink and, violet: and upon at a greater cost, while right at hand, Send youifJDrder or Catalogue request to di '=. *'':".ad'cre..d .:
i.{ this stage so .cxquisfiely set a ,semi- stretching away for miles, lies this J to pdo..
tropical sun appearS ich day to send |deposit that needs but a slight process 4 iY..iM.
to transform it into an. ideal I frur, s.lskt. I....
6ROVi SIRATE SALVE fuel All about Kissimmee are other r .
cities that are under the same fuel II
ape P and Penetrates) Ask Yoi Grocer* restrictions, that must have power J MAIL ORDER ..
and should they not take advantage '
Fo Ch<# CoJutf.'Head Colds and of their nearby muck land why not ST.ORES

Croup, il encIOlfed wittv every bol- supply this market ns well as the local
tie of HAYE 'HEALIKO HONEY need.' iNagara Falls has been harnessed GA.
AUGUSTA
.CHEFKNEACSCCrFEES UP to sunply power to industries a .... ,
J You get the C for one price, 3ai and if the manufacture of fuel block -rI'
Made Rees ded and Guaranteed to from the muck that is found here in -"
t the Public by such abundance could be put on n Habitual Constipation: CuredIn
f business basis, there i I.* practically n-> If to :21 Days I
" Paris cine Company. limit to the opportunities that would l "LAX-FOS WITII PEPSIN" is a specially- i MI

MaGrove's ifacturera of j joooo open up.Kisximmee.. prepared> Syrup tdnlcative for Habitual
j j teless Chill Tonic Bpat By Every Test is here .the- muck is Constipation.) It relievy promptly but I
here the need for fuel substance i
I h d a new should be taken regulariCor! 14 to 21 days
is here and could just the right to induce regular action.Tit Stimulates and
combination be found to adjust, the Regulates. .Very Pleasant to Take. 60c
ooooooo. ttooo oo.iototioo.ooo.o i laws of demand and supply.] Kissimmee' per bottle. Plant scarce fruits
could become the Chicago ofFlorida. '

.. LARGE MILK CLUB WILL for an assured incdineA .

U e Your Plowing Done ; ALMOST A SHADOW. AFRAID" TO PROBABLY BE ORGANIZEDThere "'- .

EAT. are encouraging prospects will} be greater deman
I i Vnttva Moline! I that a large milk club will be TMEJUB of the semi-tropical *txt tropical fruits 10
'I J c. eWr "My son-in-law was so'f fcad from organized in Osceola! county to com- '
} : ,L stomach trouble that hwjwlis reduced pete for the Groover cash prizes offered well adapted to Florida for m!yi ')cars to come, Event !
; ; for the increase in milk .
greatest
= ".. ,to almost a shadow and was afraid to I few trees of these fruit )If'mean a ready-money
r ''eat all JTpW'caused bloating production
anything, as .
We are: prepag iFwao j all kinds of plowIng of gas whichMtfesed against his Miss May Morse, dairy specialist,: I income. Avocados repar arlyworthwhile. Every ,

heart, worryinfrJiEffi very much. Our has been in the county making some I 'year more people Tearnjjp eat them....and they sell at'' .
tua. itfscing fonf be public with a {druggist persu-jSfcMl him to try Mayr'sWonderful visits with Miss Albina Smith, county -i .
i '. .J"' .."sI and in months home demonstration agent,,, and its prices returninggrowdirTine profits. Plant'sji avocado. -
two
"J ;:'r"'taa 1iversal Moline Tractor 'he looked flpw RfWedy, can eat anything and 'pr four bable'community that there units.in will(J ithelflubtThe be j!three _'grove if you can; Xleat wt out 'few trees Qf. ..theyarieties .. '
or : AJ/
works ha Jfrevery It is (,
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day
< a simple, I which thrive in section.'
ii. : harmlesrfv that ( ,'Tampa jobbers\}send japproxfj o!;: Win. your
t preparation
.. removes
-c; mately $2,875,000 out of the "lItate
,
the catjfm-kal from the intestinal
PHONE't I mucus .
annually to get canned milk and buter
trlfct and allays the inflammation fats to distribute in Tampa's Rorel Ptlm 9bntritt offer the cholccM" avocados eat their
whioli{ causes practically all stomach, flew cud l jlivct and intestinal' ailments includ- trade territory, according statistics glum| cuMrcl .Uttmloni' for Other fruits that should k.
Mach Bros. W. H Wilson ,
t or compiled by L. P. Dickie, secretary of .
I more i r lly grown In Fiorldi and nipplln full Inform
lififr appendicitis. One dose will con-
I the Board of Trade. .
I Tampa tion iiMAit bade trcnhrubbcrr. orll.mon..1 l plutt ee.Wad
1 jvince or money refunded. J. Z. Rob- I In butter fats there are used in .. day tor free otj ol that"Boutrful Ground 1J ok.'
WcoMsfrfrofl C'we"*" I erson, .and druggists everywhere.A (I Hillsborough county alone, 1.250,000pounds ,

annually, valued at $500,000, .
4 .... .-.......................sesv ... PREDICTION AND AN ANSWER and in the territory about 3.750,000 REASONER BROTHERS
Secretary Wilson, of the Labor Department pounds, valued at approximately $1- ROYAL PALM NURSERIES
says: The present periodof 875,000. More than 10,000 cases of ONECO, FLORIDA I
readjustment! is' the critical time.If condensed milk and evaporated cream ...
we can pass through it safely we also are used each month, valued at ,
have before us eight o rten years about 5500,000 for the year's supply
of industrial activity equal to any If there should be a surplus pro'
r wave of prosperity we have ever had. duction over the supply' needed for
But if there is any serious unemployment local consumption in our county club

; there will be a period of Industrial units, we can ship to Tampa and get ._-.----- ..- -- -
unrest which, may I lead us to, some of that money which ii H now going
a repetition .of the French or Russian to northern states. Systematic
I i (With Suits until March rid) : revolution. eradication of cattle ticks in this
Secretary Lane, of the Departmentof / county will be a big help in Increasing I

the Interior, says: If. Congresswill production_of milk. Tax Notice

i: ; Unbelievable Bargains: sum appropriate which I have.the asked relatively for the small con- FLORIDA FARM GARDENS.It .

struction of soldier-settlements in every 'would hardly seem true that '",
S state in the Union, I can offer there are farms, and good sized ones, -
We will give extra r''FREE with jobs almost immediately to 100,000 of at that in Florida, where garden products
t : pantt : our returned fighting men, thus helping are a ratity on the home table. Notice is 'f the
\\MONARCH suits, overcoat?; and coats sI to stem the tide of industrial unrest On some farms are mere pretenses of hereby given at f
predicted by Secretary Wilson: gardens. Celery and lettuce irf the J '
t : '\Vjnnd: pants. Furthermorey have cut"prices : provide farm houses for 25.000 of cities and towns are classified as tax ,books of. OsceokT County for
to sensationalist-low' these men, thus mitigating the evils health promoting luxuries. There ant .
s : figures. of tenantry: and bring into cultiva- thousands bf terms where neither celery 1- .li5

r f't If-A tion 1,500,000 acres of at present unproductive ; or lettuce are grown. There are the 191 $ willclose promptly .
f I( land, thus helping to make farms where the tomato is unknown.Yet year
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,. FINE SUITS MAD -ORDER up the dehciency In the rate of everything! in the vegetable and
i growth of cultivated land as compared small fruit line that people in cities on the first JVfonday in April. All
t : l\: $18.00 AND UP
: ? PANTS FREE.. BY THE ulation. There can be no surer insurance as well and ps easily raised on the
. fWDE for the Nation than to put farm as anywhere else. taxes notrfh my office by that date
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"h its men upon the soil. The garden is a health prdmoUr. t
$ MONARCH .TAILORING CO. : Vegetables and fruits are essential
WOODALL THANKS VOTERS- Be subject to'all penalties.)
to the health of Mankind\ They fur- will

t tI ) : ... Eat. 1872 Chicago 8 1 wish to thank the public for its nish acids that aid digestion, and, In
ito 8 liberal support in the recent White fact, are necessary to 'form the required '
. Man's primary. I will endeavor to so-called balance ration. The ;
EasteV show my appreciation by strict adhering farm that tfoet not have a first class C. L. BANDY i
Order
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: your, .y) Suit todey. Come : to my forthcoming oath of garden 'is wanting in what thould be, .

I and lee the I Inwienslty of this giant office ,. M. WOODALL. considered the most important essential Tax Collector
' u ____ ____ of the farm, says the State "I t.ketlnJl' 7-IOt 'r"
( : sale. &amine., r superb new Spring : The Stroa Withstand ee Bureau. A good gafden' adds
f horn 0'00'0'0 t to' o to'0 0 000 "O
real worth and comforjt,jo; -the .0 0 O 0 +Oo
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,:fabrlcc.-; See dfr swagger new styles. Cold Batter Than the.W.
si It is a source of constant supply of ..
\IWe have them all-waist seams belts : You Dost slave niulili .ttf\tnmTand\ Endmanca good things in their purity and ft'e' &- ,
to"flht OoWartp a4n InBueaxa. :
i ness that brings satisfied enjoymentand '
: peg tops, etc. When your'ttod la tjn'a beahhr good for all. With such a source Atlantic Il c tb'rat''staaa'Beer L. New St. J ams floteiACI.6e'1'1Ltbt. II

1t1: : COIIcU1oA and d :'I ate properly.ymor of srpplMa" hand tbYlwtier's'Wifedoes .. 4 I ) .....ORILA
system te .. Co wlth8taDd tU All railroadftA"efflce. In building, .w
have to fret and
Absolute satisfaction Wlnurcold. r' ,"' not worry overpetting J. Im- Gee 4alf block from Dane '("()nc rt..
poi g'uara'nteed.I : crater o
: meats. A diet of salt meat provenkMiBf- Flrat cla. In errry tar- Vn HeWimlnjt! Perk ( corner Suds toil
OROV'S s Chill TONIC and bread for any length of time Is tlcuMH* RatM, one person $I.OD to Monroe. 6(..)
Fortlflea th .A enough to upset the stomach and patience AMWTtVo p..r.n"10 to ta.iO; Rath I Hot ann cold running water" Jn every
O. T. SIMPKINS : a s.ndiEA&bttg of Where there fOo to $200; two people i!jf50 \0 M.OO.. rooYn. srtam heat. Special rates for
pad anyone. are B. FRANK. PEAHfl. *!. Prop. March
"''reCOIl (I vegetables and fruits there are so
I KISSIMMEE FLORIDA : ii w&Mtnown tonic props many ways of preparing them for the w Tbs D&mIII& That DOM Not Arrant tits Read.
.' 0 .. and Iron la a tarn table that there never need be any Cold Cans ttl influenza aeeaaseof It. t U s elect. LAXAi -
ft i to the teat delicate tomach. cause for 'TrionMOViy. Think of the t A1It11vlad) % bitalecah't> 'atlasae. r3v$ laoM tetter- ban ordiury
and U pleasant to tale. You can soon feel .. fj7 ....... Q.f.Iae ? Dot... er Du.tt... ..orKmmntxr
lltr wfco n. Callae. ilttalsa"IG
d the '
wilted
JMUUf .........9999 m mm mm\\....... ... . lu Strengthening,Invigorating Effect.: flea city stuff from the depends grocery.on. W cROVf a4OStara to... tau "Dirt b< lBtiature d. ol B.tt W.>.J CKOVB..ll n.me.o4 auc.i .
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( Also .all the timber which (i. "rowinA ttons 7. '17. :l. 19. and SI: In Township sell 'and dispose of and l.a1. with the 'duly JIII1la.1; under thl: Jaws of .lld. I.u; of ONI5 TM.OIT9AND; DOI.T.AR* ,;
GEORGIA-FLORIDA SAWMILL t '< and take acknOWleditements l taitd fur the of
or upon the rolwltl( 21 S, nalKf 8 K , ,. snrae. state i < 'and line film
( .tandlnl, ". the All 19, 31, nx.d 31 ; In To carry on the general business nt , thJs day personallyappnared FIVE HUNDRMp 001.1..H8. and to -.. "
ASSOCIATION County.. At. of .1)lnl; Id.b.lnt Florida, Township t.rlon.I ItanK" 2 K: contracting and construction In ..allbranehes. EUI...ll. HrynnA. H. Sty |>l.d e the funds! '( property i

I j to-wlt: Al of $anwe. E .l.v'In.* lo .build erect, 'pr mota, an and 'N HI' n. . .llt.n. and nf the city fur tilt redemption or said .
A meeting of the. Georgia-Florida Northwest' quarter !(oth.at of the St. Johns BIter. \ construtt. provlele' ac|tire, repair kl.WI to roe .> the de. hnmls;; the proceeds from the sale of
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aaw mill association will be held at I of Section Two I ; .Ir South Half of flectiontlons ; All Of We- equip, cary" out, maintain develop, Improve In .,.n.1 who executed the for- saId "u.d. to u expended In Hullt-
qu"r"t quartet of SectionTw.elve' A, 7, *, 17. ID. 1919.211., lit, 30. 81, operate, matiakte. ci>ntt*>l. take, Hi ni liiH> (nioposndcharter:: e; '' upon headlndll"1 sid. Improvlnir that
I'Tampa; in council chamber Of city! ( North hnlff of Section and 82: In Township 23 Ranee* 3i I IH.West or 1.181. buy. sell, lease, let. 1."na. t,,) oath I:, ackn wInd4 ,d each for himselfthat .. La, front of Lalt. To
Uiall; on Tuesday March 11, at 1:30 Eleven ( ll I.; Bast half.lU Section NineIV All of 8"cll Matters of vital Jmportanceffecting1 ) Northwest quarf.rj Sectlun Thirteen i of w"y of the Fl.J.ia ,.8 .' electric and Ice "plants and ... tunnels charter. fri'eljf a ( for l' I ., ,within th' fly' limits of Klsslmo -
p.m (H) Northwest <|arterof Section( i Hallway: All of 8ccciol 7 1 West brldrf..., \ I"duct. dock. wharves, thetusi>. and purposes therein xxinessIX .' I
the industry in this state "'HI.el ( IB) ; Kast ttf/f of Section of the Hunt of way of ta Florida HastHCtlon piers' roads, ... .. '", aqueducts 1 ed $ai.i floOd 'toterms )o Issued upon the
will be discussed. Thirty-two$ (321) ; BeWlon Thirty-four I Const Railway. All of.West 8 l Ilnl water courses, canals, hydraulic. WITNESS WHERKOF I have and In Ih..! tanner as set for.tli
(34) : Kast half of a rftlon Twe..nv., of the right of wiIvla 1v of the works, fiM-tiirles., warehouses, mills, I ".r..I'1.. set my hand and official seal 'in Resolution of1'!. the Council of the
(26) II Township *VKenty-four (4'' Knst Coast Rallwaltlons :;, All < 1... nnd other works conveniences, and at ""I"",*. In said Htnle ant Countyon "Ity' of Kiatniun4 on February ,
South Rantrn Thlr' .no (31) 19, '31), and 31 H: Towiiship S4. to that Kttil to buy, ,H>wn, ant dispose this '. lltth d..)' of February, A.. D, 1IM9( a ropy of a1h, I. hereto attached -
LEGAL'ADVERTISEMENTS subject he contract derslKnnted South Kanire 36 Kaslf of real estOte ITo ItH*. and publlslieThe" ;
( said mijrlnaBToIM.ACK All- of Sections al. 31 In Town- carr> mi any of all huI".... nsmanufacturers I iNi I'. SEAt) RHEA THERMO, roU."ln. uallfled voters are.hereiiy .
d."crl'o ship iS. South Iall' }l Knst.Ranee proinjcers. merchllh.. Notary fubllc, till, ue Florlilij oppolnlinli .* n serve as officer
'OtKflOLflIII5 MUUTIMUNotice In orange count'"ilorld. b. .\1 of octo"( $ 38 : hI Town'ehi. wholesale and r.lal. Importers. tint I My c\1lulo'. ccplxaS.'pt.' 7. 1 *22. of .said Special\ IV election.H :
In front of Door In 26 flange! ;5 IM '' hurter.. itenerant I without llmKutloii 10.4t, J. M Wlllson. iIf .0, C, Stanford'
ik hereby Klven that the "nnrUttl Orland. OranitTd'. 'Counl "'Iorldl.. All .t $.'ctionti I ah 42 : II Town.tihip .* as to the' clasl of 'products, no.: : N. lIt',,hat, mil I). Kate 1 .
( iiievirltji of the stockholders of La. .". ,,' IsWOsceola Count, InI 26 f.uth. itanMe p P5 'East' merchandise, nnd, to.itnagufncture, produce I'ITN.II 7-,'."I.nl\IF. I .hlv'
SOUTiniKN UTILITIES I COM I h1a front ft the Court HouseDIIUT : Al .r I.I" ti. 7. U. ltO.I. 19; Vosl adapt. hreparehu.v.; sell and otherwise h'r.unt. .I my a. May.r lho
I'ANY will bo niid ut tiw oftlco <>t th la KIsslmmAl Osceola. County, ".tol :1101: AL$ or *Ieetlouis 24. deal .ll anyJfnatert.il*, articles, PROCLAMATIONof City of Klsslmmeitlie ., and caused

( Company KIsslmnftM;, osi'fula County, Florida. TKUMrt-JlF AI.N11. 33 and TOWnIflil' 26 South. or thlnars required In "Ol"'U"1 with corporate seiiIj) of said city to .
7 Florida, on Tuesila>7*lurch 115th. 191H. PAT. JoHNITO Srt Knst, 1 the Incld'-ntal to. hereto,, affixed snibv the same attcst4I.
i at 12 o'clock ,noon fof tlm election off 4 Special Master. Kant half of Section <1 ; East Half otHectlon and production. I mllufclUr' Mperlsl Maalrlpal "0.. F.lertlo. the ;ily. l'hi'ri this ISth day ofi"erucur'
und tortraninctt&.n M. RtJira. tiaI4lsville I Florida. 12; nil 'of Section 1 13; Knst Half .
officers fur the ensulnitTwar, D. To do a " A I). 1ISIOAL 19,
tjpf1 of any arNL all huslWS Hollcltor for Cjoniiilaliiaiit. 12-St. nf (Section 14 : North ( Half of S.C1"1 I'nerll"( fac 1'n.ler and liy virtue of authority'yost.i ) .; J.

B that may conic before <; meet 21:, In Township 27 Ibulh. 11' .1'1 l..h""I. c.red i'" 4n In me oV thi. followlnir' Resolution .. ;' Mayor ol R.FL ...
1.: tl.t TIO 4HOITKI) H*. 1'11'1'I'1''J : j lhe' mainer. and to as. of tin;* C.et of die City of Klsslmit'ue 't J. R (JILRKl T,
': New York N. V., March ltb,11i9'. LIlHjMTIM !" ; h"'e 1 quarter Gi f.tlon 19: all natural 'C 10-w.ll. Clerk of City Clssimniee, .
T. W. MOFHATV flllA III). nf So and 311 j .. ,. 21t4otuth persons ) ,.
.1018 tobnc.cp.
37'1' To plant, utrust'at6 (ulth'nt. "
D-Zt. Secretary. Whereas, There-was held In the All ,or .Sections.* *1,0"t..' I. 19. SS '30. \81., orannen, suurnr. nH cttiiei (lte. cotton, A .IU. .ul.t.1'O", A I" Ll'1hi) ,

M"STIILM' : IUL..:. County( of fl.o.ola on November 6th, *2. 83, and 341 l In Township 2* Southttan.ro citrus fruits: and !n fruits .1
Ilipi' an election Ild..r provisions of 87 Kast i and vein-tnbles', to OVrrv on the business A Resolutton) rrovldlntc for the Issuance A I."ol Ir vl'U'\1 fur i hue h""-,

In Circuit ('oUrt,711i" Judicial I (1 r. Section 4. Chapter (:(I). H7). Laws All of (cllons; I I. Ito and ill II of minim, ? and :lni'rI"1 of mar- ,' by th.' City ot KI..tm".r \ slice .h. '' .... of
cult Slate of Fliirlija, in mid fur (ft4c0. of Florida. IHI7. on tho question t.. Township il South. Ranae 3* East i.lc. Clone. mineral I, to cuttlmh&r HONO3 i' tn<> I.urpoa. ral.IIK 1.n.l. for the lirposn ,of raisins
'ol.L Counly. In Clfanccry:: .XitUnic.. :: Clt- whether or" tit systematic dipping of ; All iif Sections Ii ali-i 7; .\1 north ofFlemmlniT and I t. deal-Ih I i I lumber, and tth' us. ,"1,1 City said for theFunds 1 F of tutu: City said a
'"..n. lauk. or )KIsalmmiM Florlila. vs.Kmory cattle should be conducted In thntCounty (Urn ol of ".'. Ion $ and of-buy ell. Import, export. nnd/ trcnernilydeal I ; 1"1" ti. lie UHII.I for the .on..I'lol \ I., hr. useit] for t lie .01.\.101
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I I.. Lesley. ,, Jennie K. J I..I..y. I : for eradicated, of the ret i"...lI.IIn! Township 3USouth,, In lumber. atmi/till uf th. 01"\-1 of a HulKhen.lC'and Fill " Ihl ntjR' llullthoad anil. Fill '
('. IJass "r..1111. I 10 "... tl tilt (Miiritaropus. Aniiulnlii, )" and Iln"e 1.1. '. .. Hula.I viuv.-tables, marble',. "I.n,'. I of I.lki Ti"hopekall. ,ii h'II"I I with' 1.)1 of Lake Tolidjielca Una I Ivlnw withof -
\"I'r. II ,ti lid .nl. 1. 'f."ld.| | as. the, returns of said ..I..tll show I Al of Sections J. 2. '. 4, "p. in, I f. 12, 11.I "'1.1. nnd tlrtiber I, : to esta 11' ., City, llpilts of the .r ,Klsislnimie II th. City Llmli the City of Kls-
Nt.llce. I"r'hyt..n .. by vir I I majority of the "' cast 118.I 16 Id, 21. 22, 13. 24. 25. lii. C7.2H. operate I, conduct holi-lH. stunts. .,; fl hit' for tho I lmiro\4| ,ment of slmmee, and Im"(>,'merl nf
tuo uf final.I decree rnr..I..u. ,....- hat HiiCh systematic dlppltiHT" of cattle: S3, 84. 35: ; nnd 8"! In Towimhlit 29 packliiK-hciusoR I wnrtehoust-a tinel sawmills I ceitiiln stteetl within the tilled certain Streets .wlhll ( .

idered, II t Ii' nbotnlltU'd 1 cause ..ri.ol therefore |M. ItResolved. ')llh.. Rnnito. 36 I'lasi. : to :eiiuumc: at'", allIii I :In': busl: I al''uL and foe- 1'111 ,, .."" of. theiiuestlon av.'n A nil for .uhll.lol of the*
h Hi.- JI.IK..r' the fluliltj ., That smut Coulitv of psceola of Sictlons, I, E 3. nnd 4; Knstlliilf ness of planter; to d-al I In. buy, sell of dUct Issuance of Hi,)\|>3tn '11..1'.1 ot HONDS
4._ of)th .. Ju.lch,1 Clicult lie a ott Is hereby placed 114.. a of t..II.1 S: All of Heel Ion 1( iiC4Ultv. I. tee Suli-r""'". fram-let amimortvawe nu ,''lectl'i by the qualified electors'of el"'llil <"olf".1 .I.f.
of"u.t Sinte.uf".Floilda, 114 for OHd .imiriintlne I for the contio), I . 12. 13.: 1 l.r>; Kast; Half of Si>c- : reil I ::'etn ti') nnd to Ida I'I'c': I : 1'! the City .pursuant to Section, lull ol the ('I roll I. "
on" County, on March I 919. I ,HII.1| i-radlcatlon of the .UI'rIJ..IOI' 10.1 22: Al of SiMtldois 2i: 24, :Rr 21. prove: and;; develop I I ..I he 'snino and 1002) of the t Oeyieral Statutes of the and of ,. statutes of
.' 'will offer fur Hal at the front doorDf i M.rl"'oJ AII.'lu.l' ) ." 3.1 nod :11 In Towudhlp 30 South, erection of liouv.s, or Lull.Htm. then-- State of Flonld.i of 19041. l.ho Slate of ". Acts IJeiet.Section .
;,'< til' Colll HoUHe In tile CItY ofKlslnniLpo. (' I Jol," for 18'0,. Isheioby Hanm35 :' BU on, and to do such \othr lawful nctatherein !I I 'ttIIElE.I.! It the Intention of 1 th. Issuance
1"lorld. on May Cth 1919. approved.Itv .\1 of ulI.y.a, Tow-nslilp 30 t as ma> be nheilful I or deslriibleIn ''the City of .tin- City of Kisslm- .)t HI IN'I, sum
3iiUj>.u t ., ,. a I hours of Halei the :ordV-r: of the State .1.lv' Slock I 8.ulh. 11".. 3H. I"t. and Ah'Ht' the skid Imp'o""I..t, or Ii,.',, ", ...u.cl proIslon of Chuptei4. of $17..10., ( ( ... by the
following di-scrlbcd 1"1', sltuatoln Snnltnty Hoatd. I. . oun4y.AH development thereof.; to hold "11 realestate 'I I 71 S4 of tl\vi J.aws of 1"I"rldl Acts . the City at apti,1.t'Il
: W A. McRAH. PfoHldollt. nf SectloiiB* 1 II. 12, IS, 14,, ,. to I thesame, purchase .
Hald oseiMila I 110 fl I y, (111\,1) 1 1.1 own jligs!"i .to cnimtHict a Ito 1k I".o',1 Fill Kloctlon (to bo proclaimed byI.
Lots 14 E ninl 1(1( of I Payne & ", ne', W. I I'! I I.1,Y. SecrJuiry. 2 4. and 2R: North flll of Met-llon* Id I ; : it or otherwise: to" bu((1.1niitittnln I Such pInt" of the lake rr."l of I. nude the sail J.a"I\tol
.,Addition 'to the City or Ktsslnini' Act t ii Sin t.. \\tetliinrlan./ Kust half nf t.Nlon : East half of I ncqulre, boats or vessels .1"1 TnhopeKsUura lies within the ..1)or.. this pl.d. ,
11.0 .un.1 .
Vloilda. aci'ordluK I t. .the r"'o'd..II.h'l Hone at Tallahassee, 1"la. ..March C, Section 8(1.( : In ', 22 S, RntiKe for the dispatch and convenience of I k. of lhd ,Pa t.1 City. nf KI."II"... as the official .* ..r"body of the
lhi'r. .f on 111. Hinontc 'the Ilhl. ic.- milt( 0'or businesses'aforesaid I lmi. assesl'the abuttltiK, owneis for CItv o/ KlHslmmJI- I. proDS -
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rI\ nt u",1 County, ". Effective April 1st. i All' of Sections 14. 19.! 31 nnd 31 ; All 'I'' hu ,' breed raise. Impoit. export I the cnst Improvement itt prolioitli .. ,....". ,.r latd '* '' the purpose
Term, .f ." caiih.Dated ReKUlatlons" 111.1 tHe. move* that putt nf Section* 7. 1 7, 2" 24, 82. d.1 11.1 trade I. entile nnd live 011.frontaito I Improved.AIK.I. as set out salt Resolut 1.1.,
: Klsalmm.-c." Fla.. 1".h 10th. mem of cattle //" tlc|. and Kit lylnir West of the St JnlinsUlvel stuck of 1 kinds; ;ami to carry on n I i.. t.\ he'8a., CVrlalv Imp'rovi' Passed In ]"e"Hlol 12th .Iay'
19. JOHN S. ( : . ,'rluIJ.alnl work cstabllshid.ltllil -: In, Townshin.t2 U. lIons.' 34 K.North Ken.-ral live stock, and nwrlculturulbusiness. nients' will ,lui necessaiv to '.....Iall of 1-Vbruary., 0'1. I. 11 at a reiejular
Special_Mauler In " : 4.. KiiMt 3-4. : 1.1IU" streets |h Inn within such, (II led ( 'area" neljouined' sal.l Council
-TT ( ooUlltles III 2.1 *1. Rnnoe 83 1C : ;. .
"H'M-lloll
I S. "I..r To own, operate.'run. and mnnaite 1 rlnns and speclncaHOIIH ti'. 14. I.AWSON.
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r', ( Irei.H < ...rt. tr nt I.'io,4Jm. .. which 1)'St""II. tick crfidlcatlon tutu All I of Fractional I Sections 4, R. A. canning factory, snd to own real estate anil estlliintes of cost prepareilnv of theSIOAI. l.iuncll of the City of
enth JiMllcal I .11.... <)_|BCount not 1"1 .Hlhl.h.I I .. Inn y lie nlUiwed I 32,3.1. nnd 34.; All In ( hanreTy ., t'.u I I I 11. U. in* 21. 12. 2S 21'! : I .J.
) In pastiirn ..r 11) 11.lnl. I 1. . 114 necessary machinery and npiill.inccafor have, boSh adopted by tin* Cityof 1 :.I. R OILRU '
cniiiitu-H.: In which I \ I 1..I.t "Fractional* . lion Kawt I lalr t i and : n "'Il' tin total I cost Cleik City f K(vslmmee.Lth .
: :r" : runllll ow"11111 11'1 I I .
( omjlbilnniit. T euidlcatliin, Is established l providedtbnt ; 17 :: Knst Half of Heel"Ion : 1..llll. "h..ln
[< n-l-tlit II. 4 In, t,". t'I.. the purpuse .r ,,ii. n, l 9d Fill and docltlnit, fa. 'Approved this day of February
for I
such cnttl'1 i', i dipped I v.a.ilnIy I: ... of Fractional Socllon, 311 : ro"lory lulh. .
James \. 4 In I.. Me/riiilsnt a 1"'h,1 1 I a ltd vettelnbl.-s of .any i I .. Tliou-. A. D. 1H11Mav>.
I"'e'r'llofrul cllltU-s I I to '
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i-vi-rv ye In theirown .\ t part" of tIo't linus 1. 2. 8, 12. 1 13.! "I" III'O'-I"h' .
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- r"u'1 All I I flirts of ., ?HV S.
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I kild. 1..1 .r"lu..t. till, f . "*) ) i aCII CADKUCity
,., flIIetIPIt count.v' or eountles under the HIInvivlHloii 2 24. 2A and. 3.ri 1.1."N' of the. St"lohnH . ucnrden. ( } > .
nrMI.1 of
orchard, or of Klsslmmee.QUALIFlCATIOftS .
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1 1'1"1., . Ki'ov 1.1.1 al" I'.'. Cit U. I Improvemi-nt i f the I
I of a commlssloiieil I LiveSlock I ( | ; In Tnwl..hll' 1 14. Itnnifc r.r ,
, 1H. .t' Illh'd Ih""l .1 lulld t. aa.' it lu..1. I'I
nnd to own Is
hi 1 f. n. italir, I streets nluiv.mentlniied t es'tlmiited -
., S. Ihll .1i,,,,,, ",'.h'I.n. Ih,' tI.fp.i .. Inspi-ctor .ml.I.I ', .-4, 01 l.h.1 I nfand 84 "K w IHO farmlim, lamia. citrus fruit, lands,, I ci Twelve I Tliousniid, ).'
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l I.- , hv In Srtiilaole Connl 1"4 NECESSARY
IIUHO .I.h U II IN
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? t .1. : BIOM- f..n' .
Dollais:
, .ilitt % Iii .'.I AH of S. (clli.na'i'f.. mid ::11.i l In O..hlr" t"'II. ( $1.1'1.1
Ia n.4 I a i.iil- Inspictor .I TcWIohll' 111'1..0
.1,1. ,t t."f tt,1.1"I'x,1 Hr I'FIt It' .. I. z.nItht v. ork :jundi-r: t.lh: illrodtluns; of theP..aid ; 2il 5. Iliinue 82 I I1 K: "h\h imuii'Ii to pioduee nttlcles.CK nnd on. tables which anil I. |i :. '' ; : CIt) will ha\e: ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND'ELEtTION.
"lr"'nl" All Ihnl' pout or | ,."' 21 nnil' I 3)9.) .11. to In- I the entire Initial cost of suchHulkli4ad. '
1" I. .1. ..ag.. .r....1\11-.". : U I. \TION it. "' of the Hc'I".I.hl., .-,. All r"ll and ,itis.'tst.'k, of ti.-eH. with I I I I Improvi-tn.'iit inl.aki .
111.t
. I. Ih. ri 1 I I 11l tt 11' ,ui4) Ploduc..LtetlbleH, ,
.t I Ihll .11.1 to ti
1 I
.,1 KIOW -
Section( i''nit-orlttlnatlim. IneoniitUM of $. 3". 31 32. In. Townxhlp.. "hhh I Ii-i out 1""lt""d S a"t .11."1'01''n..II..1
l'.1., at d'reliant$ be I .t.I. 1,4 nnd pt.iductHto ' '
In.1 I. anil other* plants I I. will I
1 "
,... In vvhlch I ( tick I 2u 5 33 : eit> 11Ir"1
1,, i i'. i.v rcqultojl lo II.lr to It hil ..I"m"t., I 1 I be soldnnned nnd pii'serv-ed.; 11"l I the All enfttled to Tot in the
I Ii, I I Ic II t a maxbe 'I of Seiilons I and 12 In Tow imhlp be pr"I'un person
<-l f i "niplalntft'1'; l 'ti" *."d i.HIM. (HI liai.1 deal I I In canne'd. uomls of Its own .IM..t. Impf'oemiknt
I I .- f onithe 21 ltnuiae com -
1. f.. .. Miindftf. tin.. 7th da> ...f1"1.. A. .hl,1 st.ite,I and V'i'.l."<11": 'quarantine.I"I..1 t I i irInto All I I l,f .' 'lr.r"'n.; '*fi.1 7, It. I (C. I 7. 1 ". product. anil inanufactuie, and to buyntiil 1 .u
D I'l'i otivVivvlKi' the 11"llt..ro .Ih..r i-iiuntli-s '.In. thewoik 2<>. 21.22. : 4.: East I Half of I ", all such elnnneel "0.1. nene-r I be paid III | ( II) niinual InstnllmeniH. voters in jthe of Kissimmee -
ft .) t Kill, w I Iff In t.iKi; ns ."f.o..o. I.i 1 I 1 lKyuul...".I Ic )EI I I.'Ic whll''IIII.1 Sei-tli.n. l IK.; Fuel: lal of )Section 2 i ,.1. r niM "1 I I provl iSpi nucli I ( Half of $. : 11 t,1 Hartof made "ld resulting 11 theo I Laws , Acts of IIUS.'whiih residing; therein theme of
I 1 I. r J Ih.t I '" .rI..d. lint Ihl. ",',\", lf..''.1-.I.hl.h.d.i iii. too of fev.r Sections 4. HI; IU, 14, I Il. !). 31, I |hiC rat Ion of such ,'s"III". ; fncioi.v ; andto :' I d UHS.. ml:ti w hi>n received' ; Ii}' the owning real -therein
1" ."hI I ..d .. n .1, r..' f.\. ,.-" ticks; :anil :.11 ,.Jo'I..r:::;: stipervls'on I 'l llB West uf the St. Jobim Kl\ci: InTowimhlp I do alt thluus n.vt-e-HHat' > and, n" "t'"'' 1 tli City snail:b,' used for the purpose" elecioD. estate ,

.. "1v rW"1H" I" I. KtiIiiin, \ ,. of the State. ,n or I 21 Si Ranui 8:1: J In rUIAI.j ,anil 01"1'1111 such ti facaml .of,,..1.1"1 I I 11. 11.01..11. imit of and paid 'taxes on real estate
I. , ;" n.'" '''' IubIiIii.I In '...ii.11' l h ('.'III'HIIII.d I. I live stock Inspector In \i liiMln t..... tur the I ,purpose.
.."l ",I?,' on.I I tIII.. 'of ., I""tt. AA ,'ltton" I''iei- of Seitlons ::7. 2<<. :n 'iiI 3:: All To innnufHtturi'. I uy. sell other- THKItKFoRH l ,, IJe I ltj'snl v..h I bv the for the year last due thereon
TI'' 21'h' iIcv .r .h'\' ,.)'. 1919. anil 3 1. I h'lll I glee( deal In all IcinBH, of nljk and the .Councl-1. 1 of tin ..L'lt5' "I KlsslinmoeI '
4 W'I'I'I (" .n: :. "..it-"-,"., 1 of the cat Hi1, t he pi ii lie)mil Kist of Hie HI. J"hll Itlvei': T"w. products of milk i i ; tin; produre, I>purchase"', I Section, 1. Tlint under, nnd bvlriie .6.
I J. I '\'i:1trtIIT. to t be In tile nit) hll and a.'- ship I 2n 5. KM" F.. 1.1 I I 110 deal i In farm. .pt'c.d uie.' of any ''of Iho l'owcr0-eamtei In the City ofI I n 4'I I' .1. "*n. of Fl 1"11".:'I 51ev.
II"t .. .
*'I.rlc' 'Ircult CO\rt "'"11'1"I tthlprrtent I t I. I..lnRlol.I I All. of Seillntis i., :a I, -II. 12.I 13, 24. 25.!! Iln.l. 0'11 other food and. thaitoiix Klsxlmni.-e 10.1* and lor.2* .I JuellclBl | Ire-nil. ttner.Ja
I o I"' 'I I''IK' _W F' 'N. piili.iiid, ,'nA' lojs, chutes, II 21 nnd 811.* ; All that 'piirt if| 1..tl.l., 4. la 1.1"1 Into in. i In the pro I of tli.. ( ""hy..j".llo"1" (.. ,1 the Stnti .nt. ....nl'. ."I..r/i
.". Itoi ro. ..."I.III""nl. 11.(1 .I I C.IIB, and bouts used. .hll. beileiin- !9. 1"'. I 4. n. 13 Alt 85. 1 Irl., 1'1' ofHie .1.1101 I tin 1 ld ..n. I rnllto,, eon- ill Klorl'ln. tUc City Ihal lssuiits
-- -inI ,1""Ir..d I under "I "II'r. I St JnhiiH. .. In TiiwiiHhlp S.Ranwe dl "dlin business' ml all I i Its buinch- Nlut'tlllttli.tiONI, : 'it t tinnKttji.,''- d\vsnl: I*. "..
:(UMi: OF "I".I"'I'II ..I T' \ 'IHltl ,. rcfvjvlnu t thi. cattle for 1.1 10c : 4,> ''BMI.sum of ll'i! ?,son.on. to be stvleil"Minilclpnl ..nZ.'oml.I.IJ.
: : shipment ol' tbi-ce shall lio evidence ( ) ; I'.fllui I three Coinnilimbiiieriins I STo. build I I)31. sell equip I" o'pi-r lite. and I i I laHliid| I 11)1 .. Issue ofI'M Il.tl. -
: : .
S'ltlsfnctory. : I 1o Uie live stack I liiKpecturtlit :: ;.r Ji.I', For under t lie provlvionsof own sleninhuntH, ....I.hjl|). salllnKships '<." df IhejidenAmln-Htl'in of (in.Thousnnd ,- ?t snpenrlnnr. h iifndavlt'A>r>**nd<>fl to
r \ .,1"1" I IS IlKIMCHY IIIVKN. That. I free of I SeclloiiH 11 I Slid. 3fl of Chapter" fiCi, boats, and olh.-r propel It v. in bv each
: s.iine II'" l.r"'UII. I' ; ;: :; < tl 1 |(11,001( Uolnr. except I he* bill 1 lib d i it) vqe aboVe-JW:(tejid cnUwe
"i A C" .II'hl..I., purclinBer" of Tax Certl- "Section, ( i!. Onttle I, ma,> "- movVdfii.tn I I.IW. of 1'Moriila. to nppralKe., the hiiid used I In business, triidh, nnd navigation I I : on- f.1 f tn| .on., .rlnl* Interest at I hat lint II,- Aelntnii, one 4/1 I lie defendints -
f. >'I.t :: ,.I :S33 dated the Tlh day coiintl4i.s In which svtiteniiillcinU Khali lie taken fur. rlirlits ..r'I>', to I purchase' sell Awtt( liulil. rin, ,rt S ainnd .. the rule of BUX per .. . annum, Ii h.-rein ti'imed' Is n Oil re+ulieIit ofhe
,' .1' ,il-v \ '\i 1iia! has Ill.-d, said Certt'i ei""Idl'ItO. work lii staldlsliedInto I holillnwT I I 11111. c.' otheroiks, or I nsB. I 1,00" ul 1,1.1., of vesselw, ..ldhnnt. I liiteri-tit. PH)'IMII- l"r1'U.lh'.t u nntlinnl I i flat,' of Florida, nna Is a resident
i h. fit.fdre' iin.1 linn made iclenst.il, .. d.imnucH to tackle, l ,
s I I are funuState HH Ih 1..lt, And anyol th.I tel ..d. urine froia date of r.slectltl if N.-w
\ t'lljr. NevJiVH'oik. and hIlt
.uunl. 118U"el Yur.k
J .1 .|'\\1' itllMI T1M' tIV! deed' to |HH1I4, > Iii !l-'vdcrsl quarantine, 0" Into; nil 11.10., ,' liiuh\Mivs., tiillruailaiHl , '" anil, watci'-rlKlits. pl.-iH andHpnilnn I \ IIH lOll.lWK.T ilie (Vs OT; the. of
A' with l twentv-one
"al" ..1'11'.11. : : .-ti. Tlioumilld, t I I In Ten years ears: It Is thc-rtfore/Ordered that si4Iituiit'etiI.iemit
I. llu following: I )- .: : Is fstablislied l v of that. I liif annexed 'and any pnl"r.
( tae. d..rl.. < raillcnlliin > way 1'1..11. may I I to do t iiorform 'h"U"d in5111'r IC .nY"I' ileP be Is
"I.r,1 n.Mnt the
li .rl".. .I\n.'.. In (.. t.11' COUl'), Flor- nf Ihlf hlgnwav I upon; of Hi'lal I ...1..lon' .. In 111. I ,I.IIIt.I) . the proposed' Liet 41rat'l .1' mui9mCsaOVy t T. Jolu. Il t1O5'tI .. required! \f airpear.itoinplillnt and th'lS ii ,-
... ." > tiwrlttcnHipcrmlNHliiiiM .iiiut I o "Id I 'X""cl"1I'or" r.i'' 8' X1
"' ." ( ld C-9t. .10tI. l I
1 ," tn a (( (Ilifl'In_ saUl 1causI
1i-7'
1""h.rl'l I jTlii I *Sect ton.I k.tO I lilMjjKinfuUt I .. ; 'llinetd I I iiIicJnetd. \.f In
l"IH ," Bilir i iI .1"I"hl" r. ti. I, l* *Mi>ndayr"NOIK. ci ?ih'da pril,
I"I. 1 r"I'iU IttiiBSsdWBaldlblKli wiivlf leul .|,l]. h I I a11 ,
1 I .h..W. OflI Ttit'eit wisut ,
II.n Iln''I' I 1c j. 1 U [iOllSIrs-.t th Iig ttes
". ,II%'IIifl, 6 t islil I Ir"r ,1 \I h'oIin I lesfl 'pruvldiid ,I alit IiI u.\'e .
; Ii Iaii 8 Iiit : I .0.18.wllh41I'I'1' I ".1 fur I. 11' .lh"$.. taken
:\ "I ; : \ "OlI "h'hll I liar il 1"ourt II.
d itt I ii I ''hR'4"nlI'n" 0"011 .
i rl I pS h. I Li Ii rlpIsu-uflsbiua 1, lie i9 h $
111 f " uthO'I".d Mi bir
/.IY' .,11 f u 11 rdered that fiTslKrderl
".-.1"'n. .'.f" l'iil( iiriiii,- .i it-w' rlk.e""dle"IO, lu nr""lltrl"lll. l.'- '.n'I.' iiist'uqulty. ""mltteil b><. lawr and tb.., #herein" shall' X-'J.!.:." 'Thousa 11 lla'rs a 1lfti' n be:, publlnhifil oniie a week for four conlecutlve -
may recited
Val-
law. ,leedvlll.4nKU4 I I % h.cforI I. tim) manner T-n Thousand Dollars In Sixteen I.ItuzCtt'e, a itewspaper published I In
til tax th'r'ol Oi Ill A I 'I'I". contrary 01, or Ir.I'le from tin. Kcnvral powers, conferred upon .
Yea said and State.Thlsvfhe .
.
1>
th. 8IH day of Aplll.-Vi. -' day of It snld Circuit "" Ih. of the Cqytity
bthe Laws
( -
corporations Seventeen
J. I- \TkKSTIlKI-T: : 1 Ill accordnJioe with and riy Authnrlv snld (' tnt' of Hrt'Vard. after the publication FLORIHAI I . Ten. Thousand. Dollars I In 1 21st lay of February, 1919.
.... l1.,1 Court. CcoIa Cinintv, of Chapter 734B No. 17). Acts ofP.II7. I I of thin notice ns required I I b\' WI.\I'; UF A tt'Flt'Ll I.I 1.1's. ( ilteiT.1 COIT T SKL>

FI.r ". 12-St. I 1.lwl of "'I.ld", O"e.11 County law, the I prayer of 111.1 'petition maybe I J. The amount of Capital Stock of .n Thousand Dollars In Klglitecn 4. 4' 5... OVKHSTRKKT,
Clerk ,
Circuit Court
under a YearsAnd
t4II''I-: U. 'I''4'VItt'M4 'J.: hert-by placed 4I'IIt'I! , "u.rllll. grnted.Tint" of first publication, 28th day ofFebruary Ihl.I Corporation i shall I I be Ten Thousand Seven 'Thousand' Five HundredDollars KliltRS. AKKR$fAN. A STKKD.Solicitors .

It t hereby ordered that no cattlewhich 19J9. ( fl.IOO.IO'* ) I Dollar(*, ;h'I.I'd11" In Jh.I"'n YearsTin for <*'oniplal miji ii I. 11-4t.
I(lO Hhares of the parvalue
irlven itial the u Id'r.'IMflod I- .I embraceJulia, Work ox- Witness mi ofllc-lal seal of One I ) I II l prlncippnl pavahli
N.t 11 Ice hereby .hal : ut" :: of one Hunilj--d Dollars I .
Master, pursuant' tIt ,o ". 11'1' '",. Heifers nnd Calves) (hennld Circuit I ( Tllusvtlle I such 110\(1), In icold or Hs .jul'.II.1 nt Cliasi i: OF I'I't'TPhI.
Final "I t.1 of Foreclosure, mndn. .hll I driven. I rut I..Sport. oV al It,,- J'-Nirlila, this *24th dnv nr February, subscribed each: 01.1 for by .(HUbscrlbliiKIncorporators National Hank York(Ily. Said For Final lilnckBrae.) .,,
.r. I "Ir"y'or illift In any part of OH'iola .T. F MITCHKLL.CIIICITIT I I that ill 'NlS 10. b Issued li. purposehereinbefore
and on the 5th ilay I of I 191 9 be t for I In .
l.r'h. paid currrency
A D r..I.,1!<. )' the lloniilalile! .1,,., . ..' County. NX.'t under the pruIslnns ( COURT SEAL:: ). i labor may:, services eir property" .lout. and fu".I. lit ('ourS of ('Dusty ndfre.-> Mn>y ofMlatr
\ ,' of the and UeKUlntlonsof C4> Coo nt y, or credit and oroperly of thi CIty ofKlsslmmee
P'-rKlns, ..IuIK"or the CHrillt (Cnult" Clerk flr.,1 lrt. Ir"'d be fixed by Inrorporalors ll.reul.. ntIn e'ieri4o
'\entli Judlciil 'lr"11 of Florida I In the 1111' Live Stbrk S.I.ry, Hoard, Slute I"lnrld. 1 1 -It. at a just "llualo.. .the I "Ih.". and iiltdtfed for their redumption. -
.1 for OHceola In chanci-rv r..r the .llr.I, I; 4t-e n '-' .I 1'11"1"for at ..u'hU : re lst.iI' .f JamesNotlci 'W5'IiIl,,
(>I be paid
Com- of Splenetic or TJIfK: Fever In Cattle. .:' .hol I".o.d ni" -2.That a n election hI hoh,1at
I.IKIIN
FOII
I h'-r*-In Fl> "".I"rrl.-lu""r,1 NOTI4K Of API-LH'ATIOV and suchterms ns the "IOI Is Iii.kr4-by giver, tjp all I whom
I .upon to' be bv theCouncil
pana "ol orll" \1' ''1.1111'I '' 11%' i.rder of tfToCK tiSTA'l'l .\" IX011- 'd of Directors may deterinincISald :: 0011 d.t..r"I..1 It may concern that or s-fn* Slat day
SANITARYIKJ.MtH. or Klsslmmee. nt
( of
., ': 1"1'1':11' City
and O. ( M..an. et II "e. d..r"II.I" I- I.I" lie Incnnticdfrom thl Ir July, .V. D. Him, I shall apply lo the
Capital HI..k may I to be sub
1.I".n I I'tIlAl'hlI''
. .n "eII. 1.- the whll. 'h..I.r'lh. time, beyond "
time to "ouI,1slalec. hav-
tin, "'111 h.lr. of ."I. on ( tic'HI (811\,1 W.rfA !I.n1..II.nl { b) ," th. .1"1.1'' .1.1 city Court, ns Judure of PrpmtP, for my tin*
.,. D. HUH I tolitu'h' the W. I CONCKRN- In the m..I.r. provided InK tti4M qualifications pr"llrlb.o b
day of April.% Mil.\ t..llr) TO ALL WHOM It MAY 4. ) uI dischif.rv,* as Hxcarrlx, of the estate
I. >*t nnd best bi.l.l.-r for cash thIv. ActlnV 1111. NOTICK IS HKRKP.Y fi HVKV: That I 1 AH'WLI shall ,exist Section Him of Ihe ( ,' of James W Lilly deceased : and that
I Done Fin. March fi.KlTertlve 1. This per of .tliState 'of shall. I be tinIssuance -
described I sltunt**. I nt the rol t lW i II I 11. .ral.il..I' the .1..ll, tflll apply lo o ai-cordlnvc nt the mime time t will present my flnil -
(In the of l- UU thu22ui.l p'lu"ly. unll . of the herein nhoviset -
Stale
'and 1.1"1 ,. of Florida on : nccountH as I-:* *iitrlx( iff said estate,
ceol.i' 11 ""', Stale Florida, : 1st.CupleH 1'1 dny of A. D. Ilh. for T.ef.tirs B.I forth. Ali' the Mayor shall forthwith and ask for that? npprova.1 '
ICeftulntlons lur..h. A ,
I Itules i ,Issue proclamation for the
via . 'rArI.. 11.1. 12 TitMlllf l'ul.I. !' Il I II BRYAN I I HTIlI. this I I I liatid liiuary 17th. AI). lItlI.l
torw The '" shall
In Ornnue 4 ..nU.A" request I t; u'II,.,' tho ("I- ,1 111". "olorlt.n.. I Bald election And .h'e public no- ALICH WILDKR,
of S.-ctlon . ill I I Northeast4nuiiier TH.\'ISt I. ( .W"lt" i't.I'. n copv. of Inll I othe'rwlsi provided. I) 1'> tie.b)' 'I.u.I"hllK; ..hi 1""II.nI" I I'n-mn.-11-n.oi Kxecutrix.
'I. .1.| ,
n
I I )
; I'HIICI.MTIOM.t'ndiT .
!" I .
.II"I..d nvi' Issues
of S.I hf i
.hli
: and Southwest( -.i'us"' 11 which has l.e. -.1 In I h. ofllce of . Itre'lr. Secretary lv. I ,

tl"I i two 12) all of ." three (1:1: ) of.Blnte of the "tat.' of "I., .' . \.lr.II'nl.I a 'paper published, the City, Ihe said
I1 th. 1..1. '' nf nnd by the .ow.r' rested I 11, lit' t'errt"n' and R T.u.I. .1 Hunrd of j'1."II'ull.l. II Immi-diately, prim %(lTfeI': *io 4 uumroHN.
.IP "nu.h"U' nil ,'( Ill,', 1. .1. -Cartel.: 'A city ofICtsHlmmee 1.101\11. II; 1 "composed frum 'threeto election.'
t ) I..r..lm.
'uthw.-iit .r 'ln. ) > FehrunrvA.! D "al. 111.
< ((4) ,ICKB. the. Soiithvvest. qiinrter' .r I'lurlda .hereby announce Thl. the I tll \t\ of (five members I ,tho exact :number' I ; :of'said I : 1' the foun, of, 1,1.1I. In 4'oiirt 'nt the ifunefy Juclite. 4)sceol
f"1> .oiithwKt. ,quarter HuMcof' I, proclaim. '",, I thll' an I 191 |'. >roLHHRT: lilt VAN {' I Hoard: to he fixed I.' I HH- ,IlyLliws.und .t.'I.:1" at,"tinilertion, .h.1 County. Isle o( Kleirlda.
Knst" hilf of 1a, lection will he City Il'lN7: to bp wlhl., lie Ilml. Mub4tantlallv: siS follows:
F MI b.ilf ( the 11""Ihl. .
N'ol" , of 1"1* ,., II I nabl i City( ,1"1'1,1/'iUfl" hourB of N.VTIIM- r }11Y.X.AS'"I' : .t . 1,1, .. | n.illnt. Municipal In re i:>elste of Sise.ter II. Herepdi
It\ | :"O;t 1. .iI.t "IM qlialtel( 1..1.. : H. HRYANPROPOSKD 1..1 TI. ur.. I 'r"l" lulkh".1
of Noithwent. '(.ir-r; of .. \ nd nit. on H..I".I, clay ofM.irih. :., Ii. of T'.I' .r mn.v I.. he-Id bv the* ..". .",, frl.ncli K.lli. A l ltl To ill t'mcilIlrs. Lvitiitees UMstribuIM -
1t* 0' ( ,Kast: half and l-ast: 1...rV ,\. H. ] !II! !9. purpose uf same poison. '..' 14onrd nf I Directorsmay I Make; "n Ciofs IN ) luau It.. ",', the I-M and .i II I PerMoiiH IIIIA. 'lotf Claims
.'it ,il of s.., lion. iluht ,IS-( : West I I'ltlrm I IK- r"Uow"I' ( for the ) Clt out chnli e), ull. l i-iiii,, ids nualnst a .Cd Kstate.:
1 'II of !-iMtliin( nitre (UI. Southeastil 1"1 I of ole : ..:I.\S\ n..nt., as Iti th, If ". mavseem .- You. nnd eih ,of MIU. aT* hereby uo-
( Inc Mayor. Hhall ". scribe, BUI h tlfi.-i nnd r..tutr-i to irtesent,
and any
'ti'. lOast of Southwest (qu.ir1i wil'", I" r.1
I > Southwest hal .. of Soiitbwi-st ( Ue| Clelk. rIne The"undiTslKtiM hen,>. associate.hemselves offli.ers, or nuenls.I such powers andduties VOTK: 1.1 ONE claims and ,mands .jefjSlrTi.( >ou. or elthr -
quarter, and South Slxtv-slx ( (I ) fee( ( ( MaiBhnl. art if Tax Collector I tiKethir for a U rilout.of as mny In their discretion, sin 1"'tIo.iiII fur Hulkln-ail, and flllIIIIT ., eif vou, nut\ liavej italnst the estate
nf I ,," of SoutlnX'iBtfiumter rim- Trl'I.UI- ( I, the, Lnwsof Theannual, l ",.tnl I of this, that *''iuttn of tinLike. jf Svlv ester H..- 'fl *ed. .1.-4-eased, late
I X"rlh".l of Section"II'r'Seventeen 07: Also <' r.r the term of two h..llnl thQ 111'1.1.0. ",u..r and under. the Corporation 1"'I".r. shall he .. Hie H"- ftont nf LlikiTohopileallu i" mil, if Osceoln I; < '<,iattT>, Florid.i, lo the U Il-

$.uth half of S.-illon Kluhlci-n v ears 'hr.W ml'mlJrs of the CItvI'liurull terms NII' Proposed Cb.irtirARtlCLK : loud, Tuesday I In January; of inch vearnt I 11 I"Ip,0-,,.,t of cc-ltaln, rJ't'1l141'ti A'n'iiilBtrator' of said estate.,
( I the I,'rin of jeiii 1.11 si at which time within thellinltM within oneyiar from the date hereof.
of H.-CIII-III Nineteen' PO!' : Lot )T, ole I ten, (10)) o'.lock m tlmrelti I It trig I
"I) ,".1 North half, of Lot Two ((3)) nndNortheast '. "",.. "mbeof the A.City F.Council.Thomas I HV 1. The nounc'. of this Corporation nil I I I 1. off eels Ih..11. provided for.shall i.f Ihe Cit>' i>f 11"110"1, DateKi'bruarv* 4th, A D 111 *
herchv appoint hv Hoard of I Dl- A K DIIOUOHT.
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COMPANY ;
quarter( ; .hull 1 be the HRAN TRAHINcI h..0
tnllh.1lc. Vans, vXurnpw, I Inipi.ctorB -
Hrattanl K. O. as
such to I h.' Acalnkt hInds for nndIllllnu t Administrator.NO'IK .
tor ( pait Ijiit three) r.-<-ois. ,01.1'' Bllk.o,1 !
J.'IU.o". Jr., Intl _
And asClerk M, ,-tlng In 1 192",. that. 'tlon talc
v-nlne Annual
Tw enl
fiubt' 4 I2S> : nil S.'ctl..n I of'llald 2. Its ,' ,anil. place of elected nt Ih. pin lr
(2'') less NoitheaBt .,Oil ri,'r of Noithnst i whereof F.lectlon.I hare business, prln.lpa' ore Tow.. of h Section Thirt' In witness h'rrunt. 1. I I !b C.lii U oh ed by the the I ImprOYi-ment of .".-..iii I,,
I shall
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CHv, County ( a. .
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of nnlrl .
: tl Ket mvjhnnil, as Mayor' City .. .
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( ,, t 1'-. rrr" Section Thlitvone mil. I niOSPd tin,. seal I of said City: to l.o: State of Florida} and Its hUBlnrns may foltoitiflIf officers streets I th.rell, 1 Iylnl wllhll the In ( ourt of the Couaty Jtidueinntr / lI.oliii
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((31 > West; Section Thlrtytwi : affixed this 2Sth day of I"l'b. be conducted In Said I"WI of Klsslmmee I.reallont.tug.'tIe .t lr>an.VlceP'esldent limits of the! City of KlsslmmeeSicllon <'. lele of Klnrl S.In .
(32) Southwest. qii.uter I of Noitnv runryA hi-reujsto, D. 1919. CItv, nnd el..h.' ,' I In the State .. \ Itt) ilti re i.lat of Jnka A. MSeknrll
% -. st quart.'r.f Section, Sev i'n 17), "I iSffAI.) JOIN( S. CADEL. of f'l.rhhc and In Any other State or Seeretdry, :nnd Tr9asurer-N. C Hry- 4 SHould the issuince: of I.
Ir. Tow".h Twenlv-four (24) (t."lh. Mivfr of the City Kls.lmm'e. Flit Countries through such other offices said Honds be Authorized by I h.. r. To all Creditors.es I.egatpee, DlstrlbuSln -
Rinire 1'I.Ii-L--iiu'' (131 KnstI'.nHt Attest: branches, agencies ,or otherwlsp Hoard ( RRYANof qulridote nf tWo-lhlrds of thelec and, all rer.on*,. : r Claims
half ..f .. Thlrlv-slx ( ta). J R. OILBKRT. City Cleric be neci-ssnrv or convenient.ARTICLK 'QlflXP tors qualified till VOt.. In a Mlllllilli.ilHond or Demands axn I n yisali, Estate .
In Township Twenlv-four, (24)) South, I-H. .hul 2. I Dlrectbrs.: ( .\ under the f eneial Statutes You nnd each of yI, are hereby no-
Jane Thirty (30) F.iiBt.Southwest NOTM OF nit 'I' U E ; 1. The general nature of the business .\HTI '1.1,: 6.1 .1..101 ,, .11' nf afor. lined arid requlreeCrto resent any
quarter I:: of Southwest IK''I"C or businesses, to he transacted bv 1. This Ce/rpotallon shall "ill.t anappropriate said, hen e".''I.ITd'I: be (IsBiiedaccording claims and dematrav which you or
quarter of Section Four (4) ; Fast half the said Company 'shall be ns ftillous: seal and shall adopt. It. to tin- Council I ,Ither of you y have against the
of tollh'I.t ijuarter.: Southwest quarter To the ownerB and all p..rsoniu Interested To net ss aitent/ brok'r or attorneyIn I.uws for the itoprnment of Its nf- shall I "before .. "proIde bordlnaiue \ estate of John niackwell. deceased.
.. quarter. South half oft 11 the lands .urport and other fact for any firm or corporation fairs, not conslsteht with I. CHAR- for th* retirement of said( late of Osceol.. County Florida, to ,th.
outhwefrt quarter. Southwest quarter 'propel tv I II and the Upper In buvlnir p."tn. ph'dln" and and the Uitfrs of It,. State. of Bonds nt maturity, nnd for the pay undersittrnediMmlnlstratrlx of said estate
of Section Twenty (20), In Tnwnat.IpFw.'ntyf..ur St Johns Driilnane District: detillnx In real "lln. "personal. TI'R which 1y-1I"' trio, be inent of Interest .ii samiI'assed wlthttt- two years from the date
(24)) South Rnnmli Thir You, nnd each of you are herehynotified or Its .1101. .. amended altered . In the In op.-H-. ".....1.1 this 12th hereof -''
\ ty.on. ((1 I' "sl. ( however that Frank T.: 'Bills, Ames Altarlcw. property To buy. sell acoe.sorl.a.mnf tftrnKre. rent. '1mprovp. manner provided If said\ 11)/." w.. day of February.Cs,, D lOll hlat.-d A. D. 119.1

I half Section Seven and Sidney O. ChI8. m.mh.rl exchange and oth.'rtsi' acquire*. i ARTICLK 7I ft H. LAWSON. M'AItUARET L, DLACKWKLI*
(7)), In Township Twenty-four C2I ) of nnd constituting ltl. ( HBPOHO deal In real propertv. I I I. The hiarhest Amount of Indebtedness President of the .'tIUncth of City of 5.9t . Administratrix.KIITI4K .
South Ha n ire Thirty-one (31)) Kast. \pervisors of the U. fwr St. John I .Jrr"d unimproved: to build, to which thlS'Corporntlon may nt ( SEAL) Klsslmmeui .
hn\ ..filed In the of. .
In ('OUUT.'et Uralnaiie shall not
0..1. 11.11'1.1. ( And alter houses or otherhulldlntrsytliereon one time Itself i It OILBKllTi OF ADHIXISTRATOH
halt, North half of Norlheo..tQ"Rrl.r. (flea of Ih. of thin. Circuit Courl 'o..I"ucl. and to inanaee, develop any exceed One .uhf't Thousand ( tlOU000.10) ,- cl.d of KlsslmmeeApproved : .
Mouth half of the Southeast real b.uary.
.quarter, the Northeast quarter of the Florida a petition praylnir the junk and Improve property. genermlly. I DOlar'nTI ." RI A. 1919.. IZt

Southeast quarter of Section One (1). Court for permlMlon: \ .To and carry on any \I 1,. The names and residences of the j. JOrtN s. CADKU I. Court of C u.iy Jutlgs tst. .1
"Township Twenty-five (25) South ( ) To chnnare or mend the Plan 1 Indertak. of Ktsslnnieo.hiIal.I'TiO FlorIda,
or operationcommonlv subscribing In 1..th.1wih Mayor of the City ,
Unntre Thirty-one ((31) F".I. of H..I.lnl.1 of the. ,Upper 11. ..JohnlprAlnl" I hu"ln.. Irln..n.IQn.or carried on bv the amount o"or.lor. Stock sub
The North half of 1.01. 011' (4) and UI.lrl.l. und.rlAken are as, follows'Subscribed Is re Estate of JmmtrV.. frtmttm,
Five Bass' To the lioundarv lino I ennlrl.lor. (aplal.t. Onlneler. and by .alh. : '. >
((5) of Block "D" Hnh.rt ( ) ( by eath Incorporator personally o* eola 4'os 4ty.
Addition. to. the Town of Klssimmee.IN of the Upper St. Jirhnl Ornltntire" District generally tn enter Into. ."rryOi. No ol I, Notice I ts hereby Riven, to all whom
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4 rBBse 4'ounty. so as to Include the follnwtnKT destrlbed 1..I.t. promote or to participate InOlnn..I.I. : Address sharer T. J Cadel. Mayor of the said CKv It may concern, thai on the 10th day

North half of Section ";Klxhtecn (I-O.; lands In sulj, State of Florida, comm.rea.. mercantile. In X"m. C. KlsslmmuiFla. 2 of K 1..1 1'nle. Florln., do hereby proclaim of April A. r,. IPIP. I shall apply to
North Section ((17) bu.ln."e", works, Ful.n. Rryan. special, bond T. M. of
half of Seventeen 10..1: Klsslmmee. Fla. 4 ) and d..llr. a the Honorable Murphy Judge
1 Kast I. llret'>rd oant contracts, undertakings and opera.. C. Hryan of said cityquallfi.'d of I'robat
\.t half of Northeast quarter. Fla 4 .1",101 b) the said Court, aa Jodge for
half of Northwest quarter, Northeastquarter All of No.tonl 7. K. 0, IM, 15. 1C, 17,. tlons Lo obtain and B'qulr. by purchase Anffit H. Rryan KI".lrme. to '.otI I In. a bond election under final discharge 4s Administratrix of 4I

of Southwest quarter and IS, 19, 22"S ; ;; Went Half olSeClnn 1 r or otherwise, otnc..slon. rl.hla.!: | FLORIDA ) :.1 the Laws of Florida, will In. held the estate ofames W. Prentls. deceased
TvortHwest quort. of Southeast quarter : v.tlnr of (Si-rtlnn Ill: patents, privIleges, exclusive or ., STATE OF "". st the Coun.1 (Chamber In the City ol/ and thftt at the same time I I
I of : half of 2P.! 31) 31. 32. nn(I wise authorities -undertakings orbu..ln. the regular houri will present t.0 said court my final acounts -
r of Section. Tw.nt((0)V..I: half Al; In pclo" II Ranir 8 J'J. .. ., or any rlttrht option or contract j COUNTY OF OSCEOL. ) on durllK the 15th day of March A. ns Aifmlnlstratrlx of said estate

and West half of Ka.. half of Section All of Se'ctiona1i.' 6, 8. 9, and ; WeslHalf In relation th.reto. and to perform WlloM CONCERN* I). vOII"a! the question of contract- and asft for their approval. i,, ,
MAY :
Five ((5) ; and Wfst( haltof Wet half of Section 'I I'eat.. Hal of Sf' and (fulfill the terms )land condi TO ALL IT thiunderslRned mit 192.1 : ) Dated September 27, A. n. 191 $ .
of Section Eight/ (8)( all In 'Fownehtpouth..Jango Con 1; Al of 8.ctlon. 11. 1. II. 12. tionsthppvof, and to carit/y-/ the sam i, nFl IT KyowN. That before in me.nd foi' SANta> [ Eotmt j'IklA' In MART J. PRKNTI9.
Twenty-four (24) Thirtyone .. :8. 17. 28. 34. 15, and 115* : Into effeiTt and operate/ thereunder, develop Notary Public the Ponn of ninety- ; the o-a.n.t-6/mo. Adlmalslratlz...
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TEN 1 THE K1SSIMMEE"VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY MARCH, 14.; 1919 "

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tI( r I,T. .i. Woodal), Mrs. J. 1_. Moore, of:f' nientR ++$< fl"e M9"M"C" 4 M"W' H k""h" 0 G 4 0 .'!'
Orlando; Mrs. J. M. WoodaH., Mrs, Florida's share bt l the million) =; dollar I
A. *'. Chapman, Mrs. J. C. Griffin drive in $20,000 Oaceula county's ::: ';

; s 'Cloud Department ] and Miss Yow'ell. ;_ nuotii 1 18 $'OO.OThe dnve begins
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March 15th .and continues until!

," ;. ,...., -t < SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY March.2ftth.::\ Subscriptions to be paid t1 OVERSTOCKED'Several
: . -March 20 ll>:>0., il
ci7YJI'ant' by i
: ; NEWS :,1\Il l ,, >'OTlifS) ; FROM,) 1 ST. CMUI) >, , ll'O| \" UI:lt ) FOR MR. MOLDED. i 1 TluirmJuV= March ;30th, is Neal Dow
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I ,, 01 u l jitmi.iuII. : '', < .;''itlj"I"; ) I'n"1'; ; :: \j" :Mt-ti. C. K. Franklin- assisted", ljMr. ) J lift jr. MId. wo "want 'to make it Jubilee

and Mis.: I'.iuok llilliard), y..vi! Gift |)ny.Kvcrv /1 'i
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onyx urged accept a
) ..n enjoy! h'c' party Mon b iy ,e'enilllt"t1 | -
The New England: Society met <111 i t i I friend here/ left' 'pit .Tue-diy for honor of Mr. John IMden. of l which chare in thin (Trent. red l'ubilee'thank-fur.']. tr. t
!! imnui nt SniitliliiiA'jr, :Md.-, .\.t".1111h', Iowa and( had just reach i is JJeingg'lth.> ;
11 at G. A. IJ- hull,,, t.Wl') .
truth March tlic nudionce, : UPIH-T inging "1111C'"I, .\."1. i i ;\11'.., Mollie Chase and ;Mis- <1lwr: ,...* tat hi t. eightieth birthday.; t offering: fund to the Lord for: theratideatlon nice Jers.cows .
i Prayer by1 H /v, 11icgs, Trojwuiri'f'iI'vport ; / i f*1I1Al\dQIt| '! <, .'If 1ft. Sunday for Joi-ksi\ ,Hi A 'number' of friends' gathered in or out own Federal pro-- young
C nuule by -.Miss: Epp h.. JIlt", Mile, ,after" speaking, u fv\V\ Ways with\ i ', ',> t ,iTer.; cungratulation". nnvmgiyx\ nnvwile hiditirn! iimendmcnt. Let us do ouP'II't : "
'White will have't t clfcirgt! (If tho: puurutn >- I ncd! hl.'-(', Mayer I > and Mrs, John CiileiV l. l \ in rt'l'1nllt'lu.ton! wo.rk to help It$ must ''go $ 1
> next im-elinw, in April Mis, I ratly'j( -K' '"iiiitiH'. Nos I nlfp ) A. MtMt'col 1, ( Jr.'Irs1 : ; l'i""l'C11': dId win the world for prohibition Titdogan .
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Remarks/ it the Stur-Spiinirled::: 1 linn- \ <'.i\ Monday" ; night. onV., 'c. L' Mri: :MaynUivl\ Stone, Mr. and :Mi n.,,, .! : given by :Miss" Anna Gordon
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tier, by llev. Higgi! : KfiidSng: l Ity MiffCnupp !1'. "l.usiiu'cs.M / :.1. U. Hide, Mini\ Maiie: Ujyd), "r<. _i "Souivl:; the Jubilee i. PRICES ,$5Ct.OO !ND UP i.
The committee having1'charge ,ofKiH'J1fIWf.t
.. ; on the LaiiKiugo: "f tin ,; ..s Mary: Ynung. )It.Wednosda.' ," ( 1". iWirilenlMifKca] KlJ1I'.n! fund is '
(to, ti'tunl toy' Airci'tiit, CaiiitdH' I4: iH'd"'l Lillian .Poster 'Grace acid / jubilee 'represrfilled :
interesting !
Jland which WIll \e<'y
:\11'1.:: A. Clark, Mrs. II.
of : \: / 1" TLt',1Ise' : ; : I'II'Eh: ,1\'.' AuMlla'Th .. IIWv.:1": n". .. by'" ?
4'Tle No llui,1<
hNIl'll ong|, !Jann Angel Wfci-'U'V! ;' M enviw!+ ': , ''AJ'cifwt ( )>J their.. 1\I: irilnr( nioctiiig ''"'Il/II\/\r/ \l, \) .Th<' t''omp.UII1 entertained: l 1,*', W. (Mr'-ifiv :Mm. T1.: River*. Mrs., Also offer nice paii 'mules anda t
.1. W. Drown, Mrs.' McPhatter ?Ir* :
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mttubut 1p'on, thiVictiola, find) l
I (st-loctiow; I byair. tpftnto'.tt; Milh7: preint.srt ) nHI" singing yM)8
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SlevMiMon Huy: violin atfconiiivinctl,: '; ,! |"l'y'l"I\, Ijnq l ,, itu'ntbttsltip.'I'I.t( ;' i lIt! foni" '." apijliia'igii": fin : Mr.ea leiudi'ii Maiden! \ and Willi"i'hIH'I'"r..1 HoyM.' with, 1o'arlptachedfar| :i hron-son, ,) and fund! !M. '-*for, Frinp.this jub'iee.rnivv Wkei:} I::, heavy[ young mare. r1argainprices., t :
I'ctlitU( vending' by ;Mr*\; 1 I.isi lyt .'.
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have and
Von nil 'op n !curse! O\
"Osk-r ,Joe "' Xflecthm I KV <',ait'Na"on '' '1'tu' )loyal4Utn.lfl) : k ('lfNi 1 n will l'it'ththty'radxt 1 '' J gifts and) wishes. I He "k',' 'J A
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$ (nd Mr. A I. Jimifrhoriy. "''l'J1" j.if.. )1\'C'" Fli'dir' ) :iilleiiioou' at f the-l < 'JJj..c} : hall. i l'I"' 'iitly. ,' ..Ildc dHI ,'h. .' 4w'<.)tty >mindi... and some' of ttfexau'ds -
tie llroiuc': JUitton+ for nitroM: '.,. ; t.lll;( 1 ;! { CHURCH : : :r-ri
'IJ.J'))%, I the ']'lug( 'Of 1Hc, \ !1"\.1(1\: *!If' :plitiri i '. _.- (hart' jilhi'',''on'' to, that: fret, two PRESBYTERIAN? N' NOTES

duet, ".Titjini'e ill\ t Uii-.i 1uIl1nin,'> :: .. or tlney\ )\It.jl1ldt''I\ !!' original 'veron i The 1 I'o.ird: of Kldvx: Of thistrt 5'f
,, PINEOALE! ITEMS" 'trs the! tvansvoriko. ,-'iIt'\( ( \ i
:WrpAn 111\.1 l Mrs' .1 Um-lrtnw1(
:MrOuy : \ "; ', btontlful ,(. met in ,monthly) int i 'f-.u 1 :: .
tcr '{'I1C' I'ti.' "Ai; (
Hoccnd: ( ,:;:;.inty;/, HtniiHpiiiijUi'il') ; m'1'Jllt' ) 'j All1.V'11.;;: ; J),)l\i Sr.M'f guile);( )( : :M !lass: ;\".1'I"l'1'\ \! l 11d, 1 \1 JlJI"i "Jiit4egon ua!-:At"INt .<',rtf] t'ho jit pastor and fl.dejn; A, S:, i11 NV:-. :. ' ' ' ._' ' ' :' '. ' ' ' ' ........................................ .. ..:..... ..:.. ..:'
C"j'1 tiU l I AI ; ; .1'th.iit' .\ vaiattbh/ 'fhhl.J h fit'' thO.itttags 1 I!It) l'I'jl1l: 4fiir : ".".".''.''.''.''.''. .''.''.''.''.''.' .''. '.''.''.''.''..''.''.''.''..1'-. . . . . . . . : : : : : : : : :
/ t'ja 1 a'a, aIL) ,!\ f ai' ",, ; :,. 'Wcit'k. ? : ",,, ,, I, ,I. J. .. ,4 ,, ... ..iI'tI U \Vmwr, : ..Vail" 1 1 K. .1 1.o"e; :... : .*r.i,:! .
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< ', !{t'it'i4.Iij of bo'llu' ,':f ,t"w' ''K t'q' ferl'itiii' 'of'hes /' Ziasln110lre"ritL;: \ j l. JVJ, has( become1( ,(" 1- ,
lItIt"'IIt1\ \ H tJt1"/lt/ l\\'l ljtt.{ ',1.. ',1'. t -iirdt": 'ti-t I 1'l; er'III1,1 : lI"I.' iutvg :-
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1 mt1l.11" for ho'd .
'rhUI' '. : sot : : a tur-'r'-:
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fit silumcr un 1 ifOldcn'ttnr ,
\) have been tearing: )FloinJn .t1'rsovrvi1 ( '! ',1 I Irs ) tntcLion i-
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,Mrclue. 11tPnt's; :Mrs, .0\1111:1: ] (Iwm\h, $tap'tad "fhr Wood' )<'.iO\ ? fif tint! )hnnoc shown;' hi in in 1 ki'i.lvvorils i Mit'uniit lI m<"e.tinir! \ eOrlrret4lnI \ ,, >v:: ,
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l'sI''largarct! 1 jowa, h md !h' of frj"JI.1! ..h'nmd: voiced .his, s.j:'
bench, Af _i\\1.' Saturday! ; iuotning, i'hty! ;rrL 9-:-<- !! : ,
aliy <a ;I""I'tunr: .to iiml! '- thenImmc. lioiv, in dNine' to ii'tiirn to- this h'vn-e( neatttitit'V ( c'a-.u',W. .1/, Westenelt \\I\ oleotVd' tthe >< Located on KissiitiniceVBUSIEST ;' '
and alas Win.-W'iiil. of I 1'i-nt." the iK'-ir fti'ture. They' Vixited i Mr.KuiiK I \ if his life wu> "IHI1"1. ) church .
the Flo.6i!
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milt\ ; nd' 1'1.1"\"' IIizalmthVard:; ', a.rt- BIi! , (Got 'tll'lIlhiy\ f<.cllhr.'tI' which meet!' in I'r COII I ;,
turned missionary, from\ 'Japanivrv I Air. J> 1.1 li(1.1rlll1'k, QIT'Jt'5Idny.\ NEW' CITY ADMINISTRATION ;
wij; ) )'it"rco. April 8th with \V. T. V-i I :-I-
the!' 'wwk-pmi" t IClt8'/ If I 111'> ,\ Slay J I ,.,.I't.: .... 'JS, in ls( l fine new.. f"r. .'.tlh'l! ALL FAVOR BULKHEADContinued aHGrniUe.: He also was> e'ei'o''
J rwkoittFoster/ , at' 40S 1 penilsiylvmiiii' for his rKlpnl'"t(1" to ff"cvl Ulld hell I il.ainntui: T the'l'W: Era rommr'ev] ;
jj venue <''brute his' fallwl"j4 IIJ'.I: I hi..thll.i.v.. to promote" the interests 'of the !Movement CORN PLANTERS
Tho I'rlftrilbt ('!uh will 11HJ\:1\: ljiftcinown Jo'J\'IW ,, ;\Ir'. .1. V. Trt'nno a.ne"'wf" called. on ( liorii Page One) in the church. '
at the hotm bf Mrs. Uoellattiels l lI the home ,1:11001'I 1 : idea, is to
by :
Mr. NKWOiirvr and family, J'Vtitrn = ) The) E\'l'r '-\lell1h'r-l'lIn\'II": v\iH 1 U-
I > on (Oljio) avenue.Mrs (!iir .Hhil1) 'lp (Crec'k Sunday. A foivyeai'K hats'a the payroll! '' from this/ )project) mi'de Huiiiliiy afternoon. :March "frt.! This, i is rapidly becoming a Corn Raising Country, and evtry
: U.V.. Uau'irherty: find KVa: ago both families! { :! lived 1 in Iatexcounty ! ,,I ('1I1nin at home." ,, I lor this canvas the following tenet Farmer should! own a Cornplanter. \Ve\ h4te one-lior ones made
McAllister! were tho dinner J\lI'1\t!\ Alissiouri. 'I' \\". 1.1.uni.I..., hi) speaking of the have been appointed namely : by the, Cole Mfg.((; Co., dial) are very etient. We( also liaveliAndCornplan'.ers !

1 on Sunday of :)1 r. find Mrs.Shambow. Lev! i' :Mia, .J OL' Sjuith, with Mrs.I Uoland: bulkhead bonds which will came I before \ A. S. Xerson=Albert E. Ben ., dc-c: that look like a cross between a rat trap and a sand .!uJ!
went out to the working;( nt I'leasnnthill the people.nct Saha'ady, saul : :11 r. and Mrs.: W. L. Mosclevm.: T Crane but they surely do plant alright. Geller-
The! Ladien! Aid l of the t M. F. u-nieterv. recently. The people '"'I1)II') (' i is no one thing/! that Ki "imn't'e \'ailH1.: Moseley; \\-. M', S;..n-i.-r- corn get one.
Church gave! a social nil Tuo"d'iy: will mefl again next Saturday needs just now so much us ,she .1 I P.Walter: Ming! Joan Caldvl, }! ,
ternoon for the returned' :$soldiernnnd; complete the1>1 k which owing/! to ,does the bulkhe.ulilig! of the lal.e Mrs. ''T. ]11. Moselcy ; t Ills Mei.,>i.iIfu
as it was Arlwir Day. it was observedl unableto xhoios hei' It would bring mote" 1
I the heavy rains, t they wore e. "sell-.MNs: i Eleanor Mo I selpy.A AIR RffLES
l planting! trees! on the ill inchgrounds. fills) people here than anything/! else ami list of member has 'been; ns- ,

Sirs, :M.irv Y.iles has gone to <>rangi 't would establish t the fact to tbe' pub -ii' o",d ,t II<) each: te.im. The cinva'-
1 Mrs R. A. Converse and, Mrs. county l 11\\ ,tav with her, !son F.d- lie) that we are\ awukV to our interests \ "ill! In- made on the afternoon o" tn' A Lunch of Single Shot Air-Rifle, came III' the oirer: day .and t;

fJiiswald, left on Tuesday to spenda ward! Yiites. wh"Re d.uiiihter went insane in fact, that t this ill n live tll\\ n. :":!tad bet\\-en 2 and 1 ft o'clock niH '1,/' now the small!! boy can be happy for he can plunk (lungs to his
few day. at Tampa and St. (I'ct- ,. last wi'i-U. "\\"fu';'n WB Tr('t the bulkhead there f-e' families of the church are 'e- heart's content. Tell him about' th-tin. '

I Lurl )1 r. (Charles Hewes,1who bought! i" tin i reason why we" couldn't go! rated' to remain t*>me on that ..ifvmon -
On 1'hur"Ju'I.'nin/.!' List the the I lIu.I l.. beautiful home of III'1.: 1'ucKettFonter ? to Kissimmee. ln-t I' Fl,'idav. In the improvement and development." t the work of the team. T'!'.
pastor of the First !Itaptistduirclu near future 'intends to locale in i iKansas. With this !spirit of activity manifest teams, ore to report the result: iV" Housekeepers Attention
was taken possession' of by a in the new administration, it, isretain the .canvas at the church at ,,"> p.n ,
crowd .of fl'iNII"'ivin! her a .''oliichtful t there will be' something/! doing A meeting of these teams has" beef )
;, mincellaneous! shower also, i I PRETTY PARTY FOR LITTLE i I in Kiss.immei "riilit'now"! and, thai called for Monday night next: for orLmixation Did you ever hear of Klu lIe EnameledVare?; Well: it's pretty
t ''npr'cabin carpeted! ,with money )P- i *the ;year 101( !) will likely become ,a : and arrangements for 1 !hr and at the ame tme: vry endinabie.! \Ve hate Sauce Pans in ih.i s
i lioious orangeade/ and doughnuts wereperved FOLKS. 1IJ'IIJOI'Ihh tllle. work.
.I good three dilleifnt'si/e Call
and'ee them.
and l all spent a ,most delightful I I The following), were nppoin'o..! n- in .
I I Little lickie) Wining, the 11111 all ,
evening.The
I NOTES. i i chairman of sub-cun ittees in"tvt
W. C. T. U. nt
Klsie P. McFJroy\ Auxiliary son of Mrs." Kli.aliethVjirinK, celebrated '
New Era work namely A S. Ne'ron :
pave: a l''t''ptionlnd social on Tuesday his sixth birthday! anniverftary Despite the rain, tae: Tuesday\, right for the Sunday, school': MIM J TR. : A Cool Proposition.
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i afternoon in Moose hall, in honor with a pretty party lit then lei (eptimi was a very pleading: alfaiiPatiaitic Moselev"' for the ladies Aid.:.! Atr
of our returned. soldier! with home: on :Main street Monday! after! I smigs" were sung with in .T, F., W.ilter for tl'e 'omiui' M's .
t about one hundred. people noon. !spiring.ust." .During! (the social hour ioi S O"I.tv; nnd :MiM i !'ui, Sumirir i rs near at hand. and Hehigeratoi I are needed. The delirious
followed < (lo' !la :
Opening:; song/!, "America t." 1 Ili little )pL'ople hail (a glorious I iifternoun I punch) and eke vw'1'e ,scrxi-d, but the sell I for the Young/ people. coone! tits well-kept Refrigerator is one of the greatest t comforts -
by prayer by the I'huJll1il'l.I's: Williams with Tames on the lawn i chief interest of the evening! centered ) in the, home We line of them.
i I ; song hy. .Mrs. Mary Kinsman. which) was directed by :Miss Euima'Powell. 1 in Mrs.''' ILV.. Orady's informal. but' I carry a large
"Ol'phensVith Ills Lute," and forncore When the time for refreshments \ most interesting talk on the plans of WHAT, WILL THE FLORIDA I .

< "I Know a Hank;" reading arrived the party marched into | the I great jubilee} which the national! I l LEGISLATURE YOU? GASIIUM t AND: .SUSETTE.Osceola .
bv :\11'11. Francher "A Fountain Fill- the dining ro.omxheie. the table was \V. C. T. U. is" directing. Fifty years I J'TO : .
ed with Blood;" song, Annie Laurie centered with six candles in the ledI) of active, service-for "(.Qd-and 'J' "Gas" '.had l;.eensitins:. $usf'Ue- many ,Jesgons. an lad '1n'"e rif
," by ,Mrs. Francher jnui I Map. \\hite.andjjlue, color 'On..cith 'tle.\\ Xuti" JlIm'" 11 lelpcMn : nd. 'ha\iJ\! .wll 'I"." 0 0 ..j';; t (" '\\1' M' ''B'f i }r.v -',i.ll..Ij;, ,'" 11h. '.g'].nOlhlll I ',I"',. .: irt\ ,wa ewe t'' I'{
Hou'st; reading l hyi1.1t'III) ; .; I litustonTheIOnes ) wa.ail beautiful> 1 fea k' 'ill1k''d v 1 rII I ) hI rrxf': Ir.r:: hl'usur I' r n ir; [ f .f' ne'latealet.: > ". tn,,' ." "d"" .
IIOllle.'m. ,,"I ffw? "0. i '_ < .Jlq / \\j 'In n*>ir ]?-\i iwe Wn c
f- That VouJ.l. Jlt : fern. J!AlicajitLlehoa I nail h a h 110S a hilt I' r 'l "j I\tJ.i T ] '
WOUf'l' ot !itionata'tsh: i III.W! !, e u 1Ie.ljunch at Warn lIIe; t ,m n Iy I | };,glt t'It dJ alvlt511"ol: ) l<", .,;,,IrAur ,er't <:-,.flies'exclaimed' ;' v..:! ,huh,.. w e I
n'oln h 1'0nlZ'1jThl'eI i I I1ritI .'iLk'n"'o kll' t vii ( 31:01': a cell 1111. I tdr ." vu we 0 '9ur. I I -ith{ 't"1 v\e c 'r 1 feed it to t the cowl" ". .

"tliadiea,; ,In enjoyed hJ '' tneB'om)pa n 1\11' Jslh ., I ant looll ; lrue. 1 nfo'mcdintregilr ,tptiepi roceedjings
Spraa-ue;'"tvho for encore gave Chapman and Miss MargaietWurin: : ) whose labors more than any one else, of ,the coming efsion! .
"Knitting;" piano duet, "Parade, Review assisting in serving.Dickie our nation will be, dry January Hi, IJon't wait in iniunouf!
," by :Mrs. Barber and Mrs.Sprngue 1r was showered with pretty 1IO.l : now proposes" to do its full duty law has boon enact and t'l u-n kio ii,
: ; for encore, 'ISlei;.tri Flash presents! as a reminder of his in making! the whole world ,dry by about its. enforcement. Watch the Hardware Co.
Oalop;" recitation by :Mrs. Kenney; day, 'and) the unvrapping and bil'th'l/! ]I !V.T: bills introduced'from day to day.; .
J, reading of jungles, by Mis. Houston; these gifts! wiis one of the Just now nil the energieof this ] When' you see that a dangeimi"-
on \\..t.nlth.IInd the army and\ navy unarm of the Jiftei nobn. great! orgimintion! are being pushed 'one has! been offered; protest right
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; (ending, )11'''. VrtH-latnl; talk by At the party were:: !Howard and to assist in the present reconstruction uway to your senator and representative I .- .. .
:Mrs: Williams. Dainty refreshments f Oswald<1 Falls, hazel !Herman and ; woik. ; be equally prompt in commendim -
of ice cream and) cookies was served. Marshal Miller. Hale111.1.. J. I II.) Padifett Mrs. (Grady; said : "After the strain good measures) .:..:h..h':-:-."+X-x----: .'*<,fiti yu { +}{4?{}: {: {.{-:-)C: q {-: ,::-tw':'4::-}.;}(.rryy

r The proirrani closed by singing\ Star /! Charles and Ion Tyson\\ Kmm.i; ,if war we ,us people, are facing) appalling TIIK FLOKlDi' : TIMKS-rMON:; ''t
:Spangled-Uanner.; I and Lannip Woodall< I )"ruth11'; !problems along WILL KEEP Oiyr FULLY I'OSTKM .
Mrs. C. Dunham and daughter! (rranie, India and. .John T. Lesley Oliver lion lines. These' 1''on8truC'-1| As usual, the Jrloriclft I TimesUnionwill Ii
Nellie, who have been upending the'' and! Cynthia Carson Marie great!: organiation is preparing toi, print daily the fullest nnd) mot (
Ji' winter in ::\Miami arrived in St. 'loud Tones Jeffords! MavnardPaulk help meet by raising a million dollar complete reports ilOf'' the work of tnt
1: on Tuesday for a visit, with friends, Claudia Harper Joy Makin- ,luhjlce) Fund-living dollars to be Stllte'islaturll) /! at the coming regular ii ) t
before returning to their home in 111- son, J. J. Griffin; Jr., Alta Until put into immediate use, Ha\ suggested session. R.S.FLOLs j
inois Thev made the trip by auto i; (lver) trcet. Jack and Billie Hyalt.I.aon Iy the foIlAwine budget: I Three .staff correspondents the .. .
:Mrs.: William Keister and three Woixlall, Je"-.iemae; Griffin, 'or Child l Welfare n _ ._ .Jl.Vt.OOO1 I, paper will be kept at Trf'lahassei ., # I
daughters, and, parents.; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Lola I Peak, Ciirolyn. Griffin, Billie For Ifeulth and, Morality _. 100.000 during the entifft' session, and they :'.: .7 I II'
Avon, who have been spending the and Tonimie Hell, Lucille Gilbert, I'or Americanization ___ __ :200.000! i will report ,fully} everything of ,general tj. :.1J
winter here, 'left on Tuesday for I Itavencouit) Reed l, Enoch I1enhel'/1! ForVOl11ell in Industry ---. HO.OOO interest. ; rII.
Jacksonville for a two week's stay Rdgar Woodall. Harry ? For Education and Information I The Times-Union. will carry ever::
before returning to their hbme at VVni. Prnther, Alice Bass, Francos/ _ _. _ u. __ __ _On .10,000 day from, ten to fifteen column r,' '
New Cumberland Pa. :May. The grown-ups who were alsorue.sts For World Wide Prohibition 'iOO.OOO( the legislative! proceedings reporters j.II. Groceri pand
:Mr.: and Mrs. "A. L. Rogers, who at the party, were: :Mrs. N. The remainder of the million will I covering not only the actual happenings .;. .
VIHVP ben swndinir n wwk with r: Hr'nn11'R: ,. \V.V, Carson Mrs' 1'O n e'l for field 1 service nml equip-( of the day but tho equal! I '1' _, k
I important "underground" working y
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