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 28, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00900
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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At the meeting of the board of Vernon--.Emmett to, the lake. '- ' .. .J '" .,..... ::. Perhaps!) no one paint .In Oscvolu"' and there still remains between $18,-

ti.udo last Friday, night, the commit Vine--A. G. L. to city' MnlHs, ', ', I county, has been more thoroughly! 000 and tI.OUO) ) of, this fund In 'Addition
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Ruhy-Kleclricv plant to the lakff.: 'appointed ut u previous meetingto ; Neptune Broadway: : to city limits. 1 road between Loughmun jind.Kissimmce. guaranteed 'from" tho state road aid; ,
work out a definite plan" for' udditional Vine* :Main to IIr 1cll. pad' 'r EY city limits. fund is to lie applied on this stretch.,

+ street puviMg' in ),;1 Ktsaiiiunee The paving op Clay. Bcnriuda'' and C I That hm: la'en' commonly known at There .j"! some rumor that the $<;1000''
made its report. .I P(nfielI streets from city'linlits 1 to ,the "'dle missing link'' in .the famous bond put up by tho"Alal>amn Paving
While I there WHS 110 specific 1 objeTf- Clyde avenue, takes: the south Dixie I! Dixie Highway (_nd tit one' tithe it .(' '111 1>::111'1 when the rend was con
lion irittdp to any of' the'recommeiidat.oiis : Highway connection.' i was I thought would' 'Aoott prcsenti, traded 1 for has been estreated as tho
; of tine eoinmitU'c" Councilman, I] The 'paving on Clyde: avenue will ka ra.ur smooth hard jnirfuce for trawlers, ,ceitilied checks liavo trcen l taken over,
elect (j L W. Fox said I !. he hoped l that make tile connection between Dn I for the Alabama./ Pat'ing/ Co 111111/ II$' If tliU, is the vase this amount would
the board w--tit'not: lake immediate+ ,melt and Mabl>!ctte. (nd! for a NateI''dh''l'IiOIi accepted' contract with (Jl n.ola iiwell the .t-um of road money now
action on I the report I and asked that !ial for. thruilgh/ traffic in Ij r county for its paving ,available to some $44,01)0.)
it lay over' for two weeks and give the city. j h Ntw All sfnts of obstacles! have present- 1 _
the people time to consider it and ;:, ,The necessity. for the Mabbette, led themselves! to the undertaking' FORMER BANK OFFICIALS
Make any alterations or additions ,Stewart; arid Church "trl' 'h"lIIVh1A' The! slate road commission hns' vir- INDICTED
BONDPlaced
I thut might be.deemed( necessary. {iill so apparent it needs no explana\ tl'III.IlIkl'n! chaijre/ of lire work fioiwtho 1 : CAVE '.. .
W. B. Cruu'ford, chairman of thecommittee ,'tion. I II I r. t beginning; and l has employedthree under r'arrest-- yesterday(
nnohu for the Vernon street gives Ii dllfl'rent. en Ili 111'1" 1'1.Vitll' each bv
report: The paving an i .. r United l States 'Marshal S'. II. RoWellon
\ committee hlldonc' opening to bulkhead boulevard in , new engineer 80mI. change lias been
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capias issued three of the former
.cowlgththat l nnd he l be- i front; of the 'county court house. made either in the line pr grade re',,bunk officials
lteo csuhtnilfly ofjhe .St. Cloud NatIonal -
t : p l l" the for blocks connection between work then \vat>>
goodore.: lie thought that if .two ; fuinished! ,
bond in tho
matter was laid over und agitated for Brack and !Main and makes the CcmjetPrv ,,01'Ut1 center of Kissimmee | shut down on the transportation of yesterday
sum of ,(WO each for
two weeks, It would only bring aliout;!. paving connection. ,alert cun l Il e for trial appearance
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confusion, as every taxpayer would The Neptune street paving nuikef- -- ---- temporarily.:
want the street" pave.! in front of his", 'I'I the connectl:t n wUli the St. Cloud I I The road is now complete to Camp-,court The.men Southern who district of Florida
furnished bond
house. lie paid it would be upto brick. ,road.: GOVERNOR EXTENDS SUIT TO FORECLOSE i iMORTG'E' I bell station or to lie act''rate, some'I i in the city when placedtinder were
the council to mode< the ,Itnal decisionas I I The engineer's/ estimate for the distance tl-and\ I arrest., yesterday They Arthur g.I .
to which streets should ,l he recommended ( ,'above paving, including 15 J pI'cpllt l was paid for the part completed I"s'I i I are
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to the voters anyway, and''for contingencies anal, engineer coat 'I', fast us the state engineers uuhorizjed ( I Donepan, Paul K.'II'r and A.V.
TIME FOR PAYMENT ON 1(,UMtUS. They indicted recently
.. 'lie hoped the relort'would( be i mined-' within $7.>. by federal grand
lately a.(pted. II!'II" ()-thirds of this amount will, of "rout r tlru 1 ; e in Tampa 'with jury,
A vote was culled. for .b" the chairman : ', ", be .paid by the property ow- : worst road in'Jo'iorida which presents I violation session there section charged the
of 520: !) of the
revised
TAXES TO MAY 1ST GRAYSTONE BEGUN '
and the report, us follow, .was 'ners.. a tangible barrier to the pi'ogress of statutl"s.-Timl"8-Union. March

adopted with a dissenting! ..vote: The committee recommends that this cotnmunity. 22
'I I the Board of Trade suggest to the I: A representative of the state road ;
.! ; lion. II. C. Stanford Chairman City Council that it call an election I Tallahassee, March 2U.-(Special) 1 The litigation over the Gruy stone ]+commission was here this wt'.' to ,
Board of Trade: LO authorize the issuance", of street ],.-( ovel nor Cults to(lay issued the hotel property promises to come to authorize bids for this IItr 'tt'h'of TO CLOSE AT 6:30.:

Your special committee" appointed I' paving notes to provide for the cost following proclamation to the taxjcollectots an early close; There has been a bill road and there is glimmering of Kissimmee, Fla., March 19, 1819.
1', at the meeting of. :March 7th to workout ],'!of the construction, of these streets, I of the state: filed by attorneys W. H. Crawford ;I I hope that something' will be done and We. the undersigned hereby agreeto
a definite plan for additional''i'and that the same procedure bo followed j "Sometime ago the governor of the and J. S. Cade), who representMrs.. that. at C arlm ylate. close of business each
street paving begs leave to submit I']|'I 1 as was done when, the first mate issued to you gentlemen orders Debbie Thurman, to foreclose! a I The bids may be made for the our places
the following' report : |i brick paving was laid in Klisimaiee that it wouli) be necessary for you to mortgage foe $:!OIJIJIJ. j pletion of the entire work or 1'0111'1 evening, except Saturday, at 6:30: p.
We have consulted engineers as toj I|:some year airo.Respectfully. lose your books on the first of April A demurrer to the bill was filed' bids for the grade and drainage m., beginning April 1st. 1919.
probable cost of paving cert.i'nstreet ; '" submitted |citing section 'M, common laws! of by attorneys Johnston & Garrett ': structure and for the brick' paving. Also to.dOlll'"at 12:00: o'clock noon

within the city, and on the I'I ( Signed'W I ) Florida and I section 1 5507, laws of representing the Gray tone Hotel' A substantial certified check must each Thursday, beginning May 1st,
basis of the engineer's report we n. CRAWFORD ]I07.() but since that time the whole Company, and argued at lelund last accompany each bid. 1919.! This agreement to expire Oct.
recommend that the following streets JOHN !S. (CADKI j state of Iflorudu has bct'n deluged week before Judge Perkins, who set ,, The proposals will be received at 1st, 1919.!
: be paved:' II. C. STANFORD i I with rain and large sums of money.it aside. The defendants have from' I the office of the state road depirtment CITY MARKET
Ioy-Cit limits to Bermuda. W. J. STEEL i running into the millions have been now until April 7th in which to plead at Tallahassee up tO Saturday K.: A. MILTON
\\1'Mnuda-'la to Penfield. II. M. BRKAKKR: lost on account of the destruction, of their case.STREET I.April fith.1>1 II. S. FLOVC. \)
field-nl'rmlJda to Clyde. R. S. FMYO ''all kinds of early vegetables truck 't tI The money procured from the sale W. (11flFFINWATERS

CivileRmmett to Mabbette.Mubliette .1. 7.. ROBF.RSON!; 'and l other products, entailing"tremendous SUPERINTENDENT of the road bond has. been paid to CARSON
: --Stewart to Bermuda. .1. I:. I.UPFKR: : Ions on every department of this the Alabama }Paving Company fort GROCERY CO.

StewartMabbetto to the lake. w. II, ARNOLD! 'state: Therefore, I, as governor of IS DOING GOOD WORK completed portion of. the" 'road.: ....---------G.-.-.M. TAYLOR., . . , , , ,.-
Church :Mabbette to Main. A. J. Macl ONOUCH. ,the state of "Florida, hereby proclaimthat I
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. as the hand of God has wroughtthis
destruction and loss to the state, all hart been at work on the streets PYTHIAN SISTERS HOLD MERRY YOUTHFUL CRIMINALS

''that' the governor of Floiida. will extend in Cape Breeze for the past several ) MEETING.
MORE MEMBERS FOR the time for each and every tax days, and is making a thorough job

|i collector within' the state wherein he of it. H* had the streets plowed The regular March social meeting
4 Irony I close his books within the periodof with a large turn plow, and the ditch- I of the Pythian Sisters held in their PROBLEM FOR JUDGE
MILK CLUB WANTEDMiss -deepened on either side, pulling
thirty days, or until the first of the
hall was unusually for
May and"' assure you that I will take the dirt to the center of the street merry -
..--- ,no'sum lIIun' action against you for and rounding it ofT with a gradual appointments all reminded the guests The ; Albino Smith, the county .d not doing "0. For a hand greater; slope to, either side. The streets in of the near St: Patrick's Day. The veck l trrg'l'aririnjr stores, were carted
demonstration agent, desires to interest than burn bath thrown our state far that section of the city now present favors for the'evening were inull before County Judge 'Murphy,
as many |people as possible in back in the lose of much property the tinpearunce of handsome wide-' potatoes tied with green, ribbons and who paroled one of them to the cus-
the campaign for a greater milk supply "Therefore1' this proclamation i is issued boulevards, whereas they were impassable decorated with violets. today of his mother, who promised
for Osceola yet during the recent heavy Mrs. ,OlaGriffin and Mrs. Harry to him to St. where
county. fx for. your. }instruction! . !and, '.for. carry Augustine,
.41 1.)' prjzes! ,. amounting to youns'ud "" ' --."" rains yther unpnvedintreet are ben Jnle* nd ,sMisStoAKIizabcth1feiJ, >onegunwere8ho8tegBcitiBandHf''ervedx he, isapowliving; / Tire }, other one
,.; jf,011J1ra'() .& ; l the IT ,4rentedin h mrlarrmannerIJim ssortodJ tumel 'o t'rnnr f1.
: 't
;, 't curly ( / eer3floffeje< o f II ilnoll 1 '('0 I 111 eherent > wari eulerlntenLen
4Iln.lytll1alun, II rlt. rv 'h'l'H&-. tows 3- w \ I' m 1 .qd I 8' t make o('ga star I>,ah ja'ridvv icheJBwlt ho oil a p1' Ic 1 R I''rme with'an wletefsHann
I e, R'rt'II\\( s r1) 1 frt. d-m- uy, ,tl,,! ;1 'gr'a; 'e' I lit U F 0 ; doe lrert duper npdemUIe und akcene n th road gang,
jcriod' J l-t weenjBliT I i i' r. ..11d., i. hi afi d Tal II I r h alto w hr a )a( c t m in ) b r jrcmon o ice.p Tire u ge it o" j know how
.fie firsfof"NoTftiili\ ? . this th ";'l tl101 hl. of'lIIarl'h.WII. : ADO, eapant evemng. h111? he openin o o thanfIi.! ,pu uile rinllnals'just at
Any one wishing to voter the milk. ; I i the mystery box. present, having been notified by the
'''ub maI"; ,u"+ v th. applu) ,itlon. "SIDN'KY: ; .1. C\TTS. Governor: '1 Mrtheir nnd !\II';'. B. M. Teddur, with This is (done by. lot, each person governor not to send any more of
1.lunllR from :MiSmith+ 01 1'iomi 'Bv. the G<'\"rnor At'est: guest, Mr and !MKCamp.! putting his name in u hat and the it hem to the state reformatory, and
J i 'inly+ Agent :M :\1. ...laenChe "CLAY CRAWFORD.Secretniy 'und Mi+ Huff, motored to Lakeland person whose name is drawn nut there living no oilier puni:.hmcnt

I'ontht'l I 'lh April, I *t \.1' I'M Bl1..LY '>'UNDAy. : + of Stnh'..' andV; mm.' Haven Sunday. must open the box. Mr Stella Iion'gan's !,provided for them by law
\1'ie' milk fiom the cowis weighedIT +I I _.- name was drawn and the mvs-
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measured ami the amount I'" 'Itl < ,,1. A strict 1I1''ount must be madeeach . ? ??? ??V? --: V???? ?????? ?? V will l be MrDonegan's duty ti> pie- i to. bung the matter to the
day ii nil al the end of the month\ : holding u revival in Tampa.UNABLE :1': oj:1 : pare the box for the next meeting. attention of the
new city. council at
these tecordi must be" submitted to 1'j .....-. --.... I! :: :': their nejjt meeting. .
Mis Mil :Moue'IIe' assistant state' _: ry The complete+ report i it printed in
:: BOARD OF TRADE TONIGHT :
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specialist. : NEW CHARTER FOR this. issue of the Gazette
On the 'first of :November' the pri- TO SECURE J. :M. Willson. Jr., addressed the
'/ewill ,be awarded/ to the countywhose
board,
I of trade culling' attention to
record. shows the"'greatest percent : y f 'CITY the fast
y IS FAVORED decreasing number of deer
of gum and. tlir money will hI'livid,1 MATERIAL IS PLEA I
I turkey and quail in Florida, and! saying -
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among the club members : THE BOARD OF TRADE ARE GROW- that the natural inference would
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hould Osceola bi .'. .
fortunate enoughto .
win ,the first prize of $200: that OF ALAI PAVING COT :k ING IN INTEREST EACH WEEK. KISSIMMEE CITI- j.: BY BOARD OF TRADEThe be that would ut no become very fur practically distant Butsthey extinct -
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amount be di'i.lpd'nmonK the ,
here .
He asked
that the
members There"enrolled is considerable in the milk interest club. ; I II t. ZENS ARE AWAKE TO OUR MANY ADVANTAGES. : Kissimmee Board I go on, recordfavoring a organization closed --

shown in the milk club' but it' is de-! i B. Cillispie i of the Alabama :i i: YOUR COOPERATION'AND PEP"* IS NEEDED. :i'i: 1E I showed no! lessening of interest of Trade ill ;, season live cohering/ when a this period of could threeor
Paving Co., came ui> from ,Lakeland years game
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-iraMo to have us many members axpossible. the Friday night meeting, notwithstanding -
The lime is short between |, last Monday on a where contract he for at present laying engaged us-- -:E TRY TO GET OUT FRIDAY NIGHT AND HELP t: the fart that the bulkhead, I not was he impressed molested.with The the board necessity of trade of
now. and April first and those who 1 i which it hut all its (
centered l
on < energies such action and resolution ,
Iphalt Mr. when a passed
streets. Gillespic ; ,
intend entering the club should! communicate ; y: BOOST KISSIMMEE. the past few weeks, is now assured. :
I asked l if he had uYiy announcement to .. asking Representative N. C. Bryan
with the agents nt once. I I make regarding the completion of i The session'wan well uttciulled to use all his influence in this direc-
the Loughmun road, stated that he ::1 r: SAM L. LUPFER, Secretary, :f:: I und mutters of impoitanceMre ,tion.

'. MINISTERS URGED BILLY SUN- [ had nothing to say at the present -':- .. .. disposed of. j The suggestion; of providing the
.1'. (C. A. Carbon, chairman of the
DAY TO VISIT KISSIMMEERev. I i time to secure, except the that, material he hud been with unable which, {:.r.-;,r.-;-}i{-:}-:..:..:-'r:--r:.fr'rrr'r{...r:-:-:-:.....:::-}:r'r:..}{..}.;..}....,..}{..;-},..}{-;..}.f re bulkhead campaign committee/ re- (city brQuR'ht'up with u and suitable approved charter Kissini-was

I to complete the contract He said ... ____ _ ._ __. _ I I ported 'th'e gratifying success 1 of thin! mee has l been operated under the
O. H. Falls and Rev. W. II. movement, stating that the bonds had
however, that he hoped to have some state law but it has been thought advisable -
Coleman represented the ministerial important information to impart on curried by a big majority.A to frame u charter more suit
association here, and in fact every this subject by the time of our next communication was read from able to the conditions here. Sometime
citizen of Kissimmee when they issue.! VICTORY LOAN CAMPAIGN the State Hotel! :Men's Association I ago a movement was on foot to
went to Tampa Tuesday to persuadethe which will hold its annual convention have a charter for Kissimmee but
noted Billy Sunday to name sonie at Daytona April 2 mod 'f:, asking the one framed was not favored by
date when he would speak to a Kissimmee TALENT TEA WILL BE HELD thttt u representative be sent to the the majority of the people and the

audience.The NEXT FRIDAY.Mrs. WILL BEGIN ON APRIL 21 meeting; April :2 will be devoted toa matter was dropped. It is now
letters from the mayor the good 1 roads session and it was thought advisable! to take up the

G city council and 1 the board of trade : .J, 1 L. Overstreet, :Mrs. C. H. specially desirable that the hoard of question again, and W. J. 8tl"PtlV..
were of no avail however, for the Summers Mrs. R. F. Ilodnett and --- trade be represented at that time. B. Crawford C. A. f'urson.G. W. Fox

great evangelist could not promise a Mrs. II. M. Pfann, will give u talent : II, C. Stanford was named a delegateand and W. B. Harris, made a committee
The Victory Loan campaign will "These' notes will be, as was the were
definite date at this time. / urged to interest others to Join
It is possible that he can come in Overstreet Friday home on afternoon Mahhett-at street the begin on April :21 I and continue three I Liberty Bonds, the direct promise to him and attend the 1)aytonenreeting. to study the situation here

event he holds services at Jacksonville for the benefit of the Missionary Society weeks closing on May 10, it was pay of the United States/ said Mr. The report of the special paving and frame the document, then reportback
and should he do so, he will of the M. E. Church. The- definitely announced a few days ago : Glass. "They will be issued both in committee was called for and W. B. to the hoard of trade.
by Secretary Glass- It was announced I registered and coupon form, and the
visit Kissimmee.F. Crawford chairman result
the
members of the 'society and their gave this of legal talent on
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also that short; term notes maturing coupon notes will w in final formand of the investigation of the committee -1 array
friends are invited tobe_ present. in not more than five years would have attached the interest coupons the committee, there should I
recommending the >avinhe
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D. Little of Narcoossee, /
was a he issued in the place of the longer for the entire life of the notes done on twelve streets of the city question. but that the charter will '
business visitor to Kissimmee Tues L. R. Vail left Tuesday for Lcwis-
term bonds used in former cum I utn hopeful that they will be readyfar I
The endorsed board of the
report was by the cover all points case.
day. town. III., for an extended stay. _. poigns. The amount was not disclosed delivery in flnat"enJ'rllved form -- ----------------- _______"___________ H -
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but Washington dispatchessaid by the opening of the <,campaign on

it was generally understood at April 21. ATLANTIC COAST LINE. MAK-
ELECTION FOR CITY
OFFICERS the capital that the loan would he fora "I I am led tq adopt the plan of issuing I
I minimum of $5,000,000,000, t the short term notes rather than
WILL TAKE PLACE TOMORROWThe Treasury reserving; the right to accept long term bonds largely because I ING IMPROVEMENTS IN YARDS

all over-subscriptions. believe that a short term issue will

-- Secretary Glass said the interest maintain n pril'e'lit above par after --

I regular city election will tuke For Mayor-W. J. Stead. rate' and<1 the amounts to be exempted the campaign is concluded fur more The Atlantic Coast Line is preparing with the ballast a top dressing of
place tomorrow when thS nomineesof Clt'rk-J. R. Gilbert. I from taxation would not be determined reidily than would a long term is- to "dress/ up" the yards around ground lime stone will be applied,

the white man's primary 'will be Trl'asurer-J. Z. Roberson. : until a- week or two before the I sue." the passenger depot here by ballasting .I which will give almost the appear
of the campaign. They will the racks, which will raise once of concrete.
approved by the qualified voters.It :Marshal and Tax Coltector+J. :M. opening be based upon financial conditions at "The war will not be over until the I them to the level of the platform. The work is being/ done with I *

is not anticipated that much interest Woodall. 1 that time. It was intimated however Unite'l' States Government has honorably The filling is to be rock: ballast I view to making u firm foundation: for
will be shown and the success Councilmen for two years-H. I which is pumped out of the Crystal
., that the notes might bear! a the trucks but will also be a wonder
ful candidates at the primary are Breaker, G. W. Fox, and R. S. M'I I higher interest rate than 4'i per cent, met every commitment" made I I River bed, then crushed to the desired i
virtually elected. Councilman for one year-W. the rate on the third and fourth in order to win the war. -Carter size

t The official ballot is as follows: Arnold. lI'j }oanR. Glass, Secretary of the Treasury. I I When the trucks are all filled inV !ap-pearance

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I LETTER. FROM 'JENNINGS' the forest for the nig-ht so theyautilduit }WITH YOUR KIDNEYS'.
be' the lluna whle
< seep by :

___ .. P REV ATT. ithoy were flying all around us, and BrlenP' "sy" that old *,UI >>.Rlwoulcened wUh "...allo of ...a)e... The oil tlmua-ts
I I truesM.. were lucky not to get hit, kl Trc\cH, ( 'rrl1ltn'y, J-'tb. I 13, KM' !). hut ,We only ic'munifd there about Thin beIng! true, It Is cany to believe ,prgann Jlo throw old off the pnlanna New Ufa which and
; Will be helpful to you and :\1.I1..UI'. :'Iothtr(11I1' letter--of seven hours when we boarded th'ou continue tIuIrcatmool. *
an. ;!:!nd just received uml 1 wits for Puns tnd i-pent! one day I Itlwre. Rnxllvn or ,a". cleansed. and In deferred|liroPo'working '' When iotnj>let.'ly reatord

: your painter- lawful ,glad to, hour from' you and to Now that is some place which: .and lift prolonged orion old an far beyond CHII bo that '\ea. contliiun. 'rv<>L.I takIng> MlilJAL.a tauaula llajtrlem I or two Oil Cal eachday. .
( 'Know that C1\I'Y'Olltl or yOU ure well. is. worHi seeing, but in the short time Joyed by the average peraun. auk-a, will keep you In ...."Ith and vigor
contain 11J.\.Irutlo'\t of attnutlvcly <''"tc.) )home, liow. I I I 4i m going\ to wrjto you Ii letter -of'my We had thcrt/ wo couldn't get sU'rteJ. IV.r over 200'' Ve rfl OOI..Tl MKUAk'llAirlpVii and prevent a. return at th. ISt.un.
r ': life in the army, giving all the We were two dnyi and one night on h". li'.-n rcltovintr' Ilia IN not wait u"III.oM age or dlaeaa$
floor plans, (jlvcs sp lfn' itlons; how to sil..-ct the right colors, (date of "jiiy departures and arrivals.''getting buck, to liordeau, and the ani- "'....n..Rell and, disability due tiE mlvanclntr .- have nettlod.down for aood Oo to your
box of (K >
>UMCliAI
,iilso iii'iirttlotion fur roofs! h.irns, ,huRgics, wapansImplcincnls It was on I llec.) 12. that mats to Joarn. I It I la a ntnnd.ird olduiuo dniimliL nn.1t&t a ,
ri"tina 1U7 I enlmtU'd t)c'gun( come in more and homo r".n..1y and ni'>".'1n no hut ,..- I 1I.art..m.OIl CH| finWiing wtx.awark ''anti floorS, ilecorntlnnvv in "Kemount Service, in Jack- bore eicll( day! sonic from the' hospital )lu-t"/:l tl.lnihlhAI; ll.iurloni 0111a If th..V do not help you Thr.

..ll%. This lu..b1eJrcc PuJiit Book: tells how to get the flout: i KonViley.i'l) <}., and reported for duty and! Kino from the U. S., until 'hurl inlalnln'l>B,'d In.1"juI oriorlonH 6 ,011'1\t.ifilft"HH",'h."I..a| Tn. ,tie .t&( "", Hut I"porl..t rcmptntxT it.LI to MEDAL ak. for brand.In thorUUial ..
,un 1 IICH1 1,1.: I''U\ tit Cump Johnston we Imd full capacity of 3000 .
our
heail. lli 'kaicea.
results.. with.. thorn ud Juu would & |> with a.ainall pealed |>u<
wlietc' Jva .jn: p: 'mi| until July 111', That was u rc-al'nice' place for about I 1-......"""............... ...."" ....... ..'.."... ..._,.........''''''.'.
.- "'.... ,, I ltli.!!I wlwne nrp.tJ; ('I'(! ift :a p, 111. one.' 1110nt h, und l tlien n it hc-gart' to raJi I. ,-
for ,M>m ". ,,111.. July 21, J'JlK.1' 1 w'e unloaded at any' vliico you went lots of the Ixlvs. IS, a news feature that the entire r r .
: 4 1-- :; .., .. .- ,.;.;:. :': state will be interested in, The Tampa SUBSCRIBE FOR THE .
-';". ''' ' '- ... Newport,' l'WM11.. "Vc did not t'\- \\' ii! the: lia! until it wall about /t ]
f.
) 1 "' f..l.nu ...-, a-,J7' pwt to l Ic tluTe hut 1\ few 'days, hut 'liTvnh up our 8<]Uiijion, we -H' '''':'\ JL *: ,J I 1II1') .lltlIn'oke out'jll I the squadron hu I !U !, and! 47 of that number/ia-1 strong oiffamzlttipn/ to.. covel' it withgreat 'KISSIM EE VALLEY GAZETTE
I ,
:;,--:=:z41;' - --" -=;.; lin: Nr,. i\JJJ-, I H. IIUH, wlien.wv tlJill rtetl(1011 I \ funk! titily] lost one man ami, on \\tv. 1I<1Ut. I Ray I'annely, just IlIu'lfl'l.m and get t all the news of Osccola
there tit llHI J :;:/ nboai-d, I lie U. 1".S. :rt.; I Hi I;, UtJS 1 wo depaited] fiom." thcie, toVi'idinl France, anal Angus/ \ViIli: m'", lelijrious County.
Irunni'-i'T""f, /: !N-nn vestment nnJ not an cpcr sc you Ac-oUi.s bound for Krnniv, with tiv' Kraiit'o, which wa< 'a \'eiyint'cifsljiijt c'dAor, will write tho seimons .
"hnuhlusc'th h. st and iiiont -illitiKal\ paints your money oiln'r' troop I ships, one baltleship jui'l ( trip, and especially the ''l.ieut. R. I U. I II Hutchcraft another RATE, $2.00 PER YEAR,
three<<: fubnuirint l'6t"O'I'W.ind' one 'dl '. Well it i is Times. man just back from wnvk-e,
wilt buy. .lVev Patrtta) 1\"<.1 Fh1i" "s wl'l Rive you la' t lug ) absolutely toln to
_ _
i-uirplttlK cmnl imit of tlie with mid ruined will write of :Sunday; from his viewpoint -
utul
\ t.ber4uliig
{>4sru..tiOn) at. 1 lc.tit. Thcv Ivvc IiIQt K| the test for more ''II\'J\ lout wo tiidn t'sl.'eIn)' sign/wuy of' linys pieces; / \nvis, rOljl11illjl'er We.1 the>5 bat-1[i , as \will 1 Furl Stumpf, TlI1i:,' '----7.--(!J ifjllmmmlaI'lItI{ :'mllJs3; [3'tt

.1'i tl10'.,Wtjr Jours.k'a; l mmlllrlnt'j4< 'per nunos. ', I itlf lid(II" until Ja ti. I," ]JIW.!)] ( >\lH'ii we feature 'vvnter. J. K. Woithiturton.itnanatrin : '
,' Well I ha1l i-ilitot', and (O. I II.> \\ .t1l'r.! m
>$. Tvr lieu I'nint' Book unit-Color C.r.l.. or >s rli. to I ne\er forirvt thc Sunday :clep.uti-d, I from there for sonic unknown ; ; t: au,1tpU e4L #k
1'canlco-Oaiillurt i t.n,. I Inoorpornti-d. I Louisville!, K)'. afternoon, of Aug., 2f>th. when we,' place\ ? in (>Jormany, and on thettitl ell.! city, editor! will also contribute! '
COMPANY (list, saw ojjrht ofj land and about 7ciolock : clay of January we landed at''Ticvos 'sidelights I on the JI1..t'tin/'lI.- :: .3i4.i; &iecIL? ,:
OSCEOLA HARDWARE \ ) in the wi-iung we luw1IQ"l'J< ] in ( ,iermuny, where we arc .nowlocated : ::
i Here I. opportunity to Injure
your
COUNTY TAX BOOKS
llislnmilors tor JVe (!eeiMSwilUIIKC !'.uinl" )'rculud.. tlu* hai'bor of llrest J'rancc, Tlu' % Jiving in) 1 brick bairack.s three \ ::: u5anacnibqrrninaertormln.pellute.i :; I
I I ,. 1.1. m-xt nwinlnit about. 'tllr fi'c-t on French HOI I, and Ink..dtf This. was a (lernian artillery camp] :: ....rJ. 1'.1 .u\ t .in' .in1;c.t I' ..z.'ingwar ::
a "..-t I'ainp about\ foui miles out. mid! we have all brick stables with I Tho county tax books! close on the :; trrmg I f' .,e, your rflKirncy, II
land! here until ; when' first Tax :: ultich rciuliuin p-wtr and BUQCCM. ::
I : in
was: Si'pt."l comenl I floors c-ement niunirurs 1111.1all Monday April fo Rayn
we loaded I in cattlo oars which iuiiiiiout the acc-omniodations one could ... .. .
- half the size of ours, with I-: : want, in fact we are better satisfied for the statement that about the
LIMITED STATES GAME i: NoV'01'ins In a Iteauliy. Child ''in eiuh\ of them \bound for \Bordoiiu! \ 'here than any place we have been; average number of property owners !11 INTERNATIONAL
France and on the night\ of the :lrd.Me other has visited his oflice and exchanired .
I| All liililnn TiililiHl 1 wIt, Ii wonna' I:HVR an un>- : rin %words we are sitting on the'wotld. / I:
'. WARDEN COMING SOON lirnltl>' t,,l.nM" hit,,.ti I llIII'r, hI(."I I. and aa a unloaded{ again: about. five inik'i Only 12-1:! animals to ''condi their 'cish! for his receipts. Thereare i! l DICTIOVARV; ii gg
rule t han,' is nis>ri* or If vs Muftiach d'Iu,,' hance out of the eitv. and there \\e built a tion% at present'' still we an nil wnnt- still\ about) two weekin whidi toi'erforn ..nn nil-know-
Close attention ,js I hi-nitf: pal i remount this then to
carry inK to home bat really don't I | obligation' woe .
now to (the ul I Il' violations( ) ) of I Iii'tt..lt.ral fur I'uor brie wcM-ka will enrich the hlixHl. 1"I'n.ve go: pee :: uiiswi'n'r, in il I t', lu-, t juiirii'ids :.:.
:DIMM( ) animaH After about 'i\ week, the
laws. t tin- hooting the ddf! "tion, and art at a Ornt'rulSircoKthriiinA any chance for several hiontha yet. man. or woman fox that matter i; It j.. i.i ii 1 ll ulv J usn by
oveinintr( we Ill-pan to .get fcoino Frpnoh hors 1 Now \"uu' idea of who procrastinates beyond that date
/Ionic' (9 I he halo nynlom. Nature will lien can get some :: Iitinclrc'ds of tiious.! :ndsof uc-
uf' song birds and!) :Mi l i .1 JU11eS1.: .l.illi4Il ': IhmwofTor diitpclilicwormfl. and the Child will l>olu from the veterinary hospital and ; where I haye been what I !have seen I .. :: ii.' hj" iu. ..' 11...h I .,i 'i 1.1, "vrJv\: :i ii
\\ wlio IH a ineliilii-r) of the : iKTfiit liralili rii>a.aot to take Sic |>cr bottle. they liad be-on UI). to the (tout in at'- and. what I I1111 doing Subnorlh. for the V'allev\ feHI':, : i: 40.:11.0:* W..rJ37(10( J Paora. ORO IlI .
i state executive I board 1 of the AuduhouSociety I ''I f inn; 110111.01'(' 'gushed. nivl Home* I I will I close\ for his time hoping :: I I".tlt.\. ( I I3.0COI I l j""r i|>lili.il. I:n- :
received word tliat J. \\I. !I'.i- I :: trl... AO.UOIC.o ,
with und'otlwl' diseases I
but 111w..lI.\ .
mange I the l
BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINS 1 you nrf am in >t'-I .
c.t ti. WIUn itOtl States warden 'I :: CRtVU PKI7I: (Hu-lii'' lA' .rd)
: L"/llIll' -
I THURSDAY. i in. the n1t'lintitl1l.! I got to iro on a of lio.'fltli. Your devoted] son TtLANISk1? :: I'll" ,ui I ,. !'ic 1:tm...,,
would visit KisKiiiinii't' in weekor ,
a I.. ----- ''invov up to the front with t28: heflil.Vi' I .IKXXINCSS::': :': II. IMIKVATT.1st :: KrolLlX .lDPArilt: E IHIon..
so and invcstjfate mattois: heif.Retently I :\l ll-i I:iItlie Bryan an" on our trip.[ ,'rl't. Tield! Remount Srd) .:,11\ 1. I 1: M HI,.,! I II'I f ,r '-.. 'i'. ., I',,".", I 11(1' 1 I. a
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enacted, fetleral II\VH takeprtuedent :Mi-s AmM.ikiiiaoii: cntpitameil the \\ "' unloaded them in fOul miles. oftin' Americiin R, 1', A. 1 p, O..910.) :; Tievcsi CHILLr' :: l' l. I \1 " I ".III. iii i.i.G.&C.MLFJiIAMC0.*! :;
;'\1' state lawand, the ofluials tri'iKhts I .,
I and led t tlioin out into i :ii-i
brd| !!e lub at the home of :Mrs.i I . _ _many._ _ II'rl:>l1.fi.1 J, :\10"..... L'. S. A.
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now expect Ip> come r from 11<'1101- ----------- -
i l.iud I\I I a rpei on f'ljdc avenue. i TONIC I
iu.irte4 aiul, will l sic-nd II
violators with I the < full foue upon of any the I I FI"i tables of playe's enjoyed t his ;I A GLIMPSE BEYOND THE I 'lark's l11olh..r11': '' r.O.; Roberts.

heavy ,penaltv in the shape} of line I. \it\, pleasant afleinoon which vas TROPICS.Contributed.. i I.< aNo! ''nnterested in this great lira *TKa PfffxMvisUa CamnJdunij fa fydctuc"
and cfiu I ludc-il I I with a dainty i -\lad! course.Mis. 'I'lH i I ca1llc I lunch .
iniprisohiiifiit.Mrs. : (J. C. Livingston and :MisII.. I I In this: lecent ''l'Ht'rlrK.: Robert CIUllS' AND FEVRIIAIARIAOLDEIGPIPPLINFLUENZA(
I
l \\Villnon' I < I
,
cnmml1ni'lItion'tllt. : .
5t4oflu1eluh l
: C' 1'Iano won the lirst and jielates nn 'incident; which to "Oiue of .
1 od that it is. a violation: to kill i any 'I pii/.e: renpec'tively, and :MissMai 1 This week a U'ttei came, : to Mi is. us seems: thrilling. In her door ynrJ ( a .r54 7E1
hong bir l in the C'IIlimt to shooton : 'ion Porter received the guut'I ,: :M. .\, ("link tonI 1 I.<.! brother and I lip found a bo.i canstiittnr"' ciiled'aioiind : I
or near public\ ) ill j.'hWIIor\ ; within prbw. "wift.Ir.: .mid :Mrs. Dennett lobei ts. IUMI. I
known the
As well
II 14
!aotl()(> yards of occupied dwelbnjr; I II who live in middle South Anwtl.I1.'Ihn.e ) -.-- I IK'II constrictor dOl'jnot bite. bud 25 u&& 50 ctr. No Cur.-No !yn

The "authoiitU'R t havo I IKMMI" notified BOYS INDUSTRIAL BAND. '', days and! three, nights travel inland 'j 'rushc-s to death its vittim. Know
I I that the froti) RH de Janeiro. There :Mr.Uobeitn 1 a, iIJACho'Willl1fla..byTurTQOPICAl
Home of voutli of li Miml1w4' I ing' its l1ll'thool"11101 'that its irttcrestfntc '
OF MACON. GA. HERE
'I is iiiimagc'r of one of thethree . .
aro hreakinjr these laws and will I ( i ('<| upon the hen, Mrs.''' R l>elthinvelj >> Co-oiTivCO.l
make the 'visit here to inw'stigate. The Boys Industrial 1 Hand from (',rroups) of men who me employeil : -"1 crushed its head I with nn axe I ) _
I Itrazil t
the c'vlvnt of tho tmiKirtpnThe "" bv the Cultli"pinpany. On severing the hl'aJlnd stretchiivits .
:Mac-oil i (:in., arrived. in Kisaimmoe
This million ,
eomprtny% own a !.1 H 1 acre
.
last Saturday and seveial I tied Imdv( full length: she (ou 11 01 it I -
gave ranch that cattle of
Great I| liable concerts on the strwta in the II thousand in lulls--if locality hills: tre there, be 'imrasuri'il' of more the head than: eleven She vrites..Ia fpet ex'ilnsive .,...:..:-:-:..:..;..:":-;..: :- ;.;..:-:.;......:.;..:..:.;.;.;.;+:.. .;..;.:..:..:.;..:.;..:.;.:..;..-.-:.;.;..
interest of tho institution
they -
repjiesent. belonir to this large on this .1.
conipanv' X
. i ill how'ou the skin Avlicn I return I
wondirfullvfoitilc, 1 irv.i/inir: land. .5
In the evening they A'll'\'l' an coollent \- ( '0101 ado of \\lmh' ?tl Ir. Robert- -to the tiites ijext immfr.
men.
Influenza Tornado I musical entertainment at thehigh ( i .1 ui.tt lunv is C1n.lil1Ie) of the h"t-I Tax Notice
f )school auditorium when 'i.. one comprise lartri'ly the stock- tc>"t "',II11I11I'-l1nd( tlc autumn SCMI i
II' gen-
'holderWith )11Itol'J't's i ininuil-
I I : free-will offering taken for
t-rous
the :industrial school. was ,bite (group,! there ale K"men besidesa I (). big. round, woderfuiworlil 1:
Is anti oooT In this letter
About !secretary a_ -
:. Spent The i IsJnd..r !! A ..
hand the leadership
| ., which'wall two months ,, \ : of Prof 11.,. L-Saltel':, ,. and da a ,credi it, m cntion... 'IIJ.! made' tllltt RJ" of'.t le: ; A Y
But 'I It,, f ntle j; usmol. 'a out 'who ; i PORMANMAKESSACRlFlCEhff
ijil n (lttOA.-th. 0111 I..n "ere nfluen 'nr J' .Notice is hereby given that the'
LreJjefIRI wnkefi elorl ( The and willfh), tinue he'tOI 'Ji :
.a 1 1 H J ,C .n 1: h4 n I/( :4 iears I haye octored<< !; (0 ; I
enalatt(1 ) } 'l lJ.. > : al !II' outh I T mpaI loatll1 't I > / >
1'l' 1II ll and
re I l 8e'"t'I'C ) \
t.s "ctlll1s.hn\\\ ,'een faLtered rIP # I a mn iy lI1onI, gone i : ?|taxll Dqks: J of Osceola County for '1\\
pl't.C 'aturo Ilee">5 uss ( SUb..crib'! .to ,the;yaney_9 !.te. I nNwoi l1edi' in ,' did i m 1ioll _1 ?, :\.f ; : J
'rebuilding the 'lStell1. The red corpuscles -I t arThe von ... pin' I9hod"lostHTill'l'faithln''nie'' | in the blood; can be restoredby ''in one of. the I large' ato't-s in which rifles", and as I hato work hard foi : the'y 1918 will close promptly :

taking No. 101 Tonic This Tonic thevere well known, ha'inmade the few dollars I tarn, I was afraid to

makps contains.rich iron bloodj which: it we also/ all contains know A. E. DROUGHT rainy in.large the purii'flv-S past p"III'M." for hut: tlu the' Company de-- neighbor risk any more told me money to try A:Mayr'sVoi year !ago mj-t on the first Monday in April. All

quinine which drives out tho malarial mUle little sales girl,! who w is showing -" derful Remedy I have found It to bi <

at trernia,! ion of and the altU, human greatly in the lestor- FIRE INSURANCE :Mri- Hobejt.reuilv; to .wear i I the best medicine in the world and I $ taxes not in office that date t
system. Themagnesia I dre--cs. noticed tie out of date 111')111.1 | am glad I made the sacrifice" I P: my by ?
in t this No. loi
( Tonic acts ) of her w Suld-be purchaser I i,; a simple, harmless preparation( thatrenJve8
gently! upon the bowels) und! rids the \ REPRESENTS and ventured to ask "how far in the the catarrhal from '
system of all poisopou' und refuse! country do you live ?" Tho reply the intestinal tract and mUcus allays\ the = will be subject to all penalties. I
mutter. Hegm today IInd take at The Home Insurance Co. of New 'iii,'out I 10,000 miles 1 ," appalliM, I I "the.voune inflammation which causes practically f .

least two weeks. At drug stoies York,
THE G, B. WILLIAMS CO. Co. of Hartford, The Sun, and The Robeits. 10. .dliIJrt.'n--IIII'1 5.cere !left lustumm'r. levpectivelv dOMe ailments will, convince including;or appendicitis.money refunded.J. OITP. I = C. ,L BANDY =i= '

many other reliable companies.Office with their South; Aplerinnparrots Z. Koberson, druggist.PINEDALE .. "j.
!Solo Manufacturers , with Colorado lelatuos- tl.e : Tax Collector
: Breaker Realty Co. children, as well as parrots, ull -peak1'ortyjrese ; 7.01. s:

-_QUITMAN, GA. 'I \ and fluently social reasons Because tliw of! children educational -- I I ITEMSBeautiful vv':::. vv. ....... .... .... vvvvvv. . . ,-.", .-. .-....r. .-. ...-.... vvvv. . ..,. v. .-.. vvv. . .-..-. v.. ......-........(...

were brouvht to the st-ites. In ,
_ o---"' >+-:":-': :..:..,..:..:.. -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:":..: :..:-:..:..:..:.. .;.:..:..:..:..:":..:+? that far away South American home weather prevails now' -- --- - -
I ? months pass in which :Mrs.* 'Roberts and gardens are growing; nicety \\ ,. ..AflAvvvvvv\. '
I v\A.v
y I sees no English speaking woman I II. Jones J. V. Trejro and others. rN.I\ yywvflfla//

I , possiblv sees no woman at all. In I have !good sized! potato patches that .
J: Our Boys Have "Cleaned Up this great luxuriant valley Mr. I are doing finc.I .
Roosevelt traxeleii He visited/ ,I the I We are hoping now since Kissun- I. No Table Drink
y t Roberts family and with thorn his flee has \oted! to bulkhead thatPincclale
t picture was takenKCJoernor : will\ be encouraged to make
I : -fw The Kaiser The Hun and I i I iunther, of..Colcrnllo.I -improvements.. .
.f who with his wife, stoppe l in Kis- :Mr-. Walter' :Newhuerry': of Le-iit- Has Ever Taken '
I II 01I114''' OID<> days ai!.o trt visit :Mrs.' ton. 111.. spent Sunday and :Monday
-- with \V II. Jones anti familv
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t. German Autocracy! I John Tiner and family left Tuesday I The Place ,
Of "
II FELLING BLUE for (Canada where they will
. make their future home.
:: :Mr. James lleer: had a vervsevere -
LIVER LAZY I jhemorhage of the lungs on Tuesday:

i A Wonderful Achievement I At this writing(' he is improving.. The
I. TAKEACALOTAB Mr. James Lanier and wife called. Original
I f I on Joe Smith and! wife. They are

y I Wonderful How Young and friends of 3O{ or more year's.' :Mr'
Energetic -
x Smith is not as well as usual and POSTUM
A You Feel After Taking This Delightful I the days! seem long when hU wife i is CEREAL I
;
: Let us now "clean up" at home at once : : NauseaJeu Calomel. bUM}' in the garden,! so a chat without \.J

.;. 1 friend! and neighbors: helps to
f all our business affairs.We"ar If you have not tried Calotalis pass the time away .
::: base a delightful suriniM' await'ingjou. you I :Mr. William Wheeler has moved Boil just like coffee- 15 minutes alter
asking all our customers to "clean up" in :f The wonderful liM-r-dcMnsinp! into the neighborhood.: ,
I :: full all account that they owe us between now : and sysu-m-punfyintj piopc-ities of I :Mr' :Muderas. recently of Indiana. boiling begins. Its delicious flavor, rich I
: } calomel may now be enjoyed without took dinner with the Trego family.Mr. seal brown color and
fine
: and.the close of the 1918 that is :: aroma make it
:: year during ; the slightest/ unpleasantness for Cal : Trego took him out to his timber
i 3= the next six weeks. Be sure to give this your : I tabs arc calomel with the liver benefits south of Shingle Creek to take a such a satisfying cup that Postum is the
left in and the sting taken look at the hammock land.!
.f. out
::: personal attention. A Calotab at l la'dtinC with a suallow Mr. A. S. Nelson was doing business ideal drink. with meals for both children

: I lof water that'- all. No taste, no in Pifipdalc last week and
1'; If you cannot raise the money we will' : nausea, no salt- nor the jrhtest:: : un ;Mrs. H O Siever made la business grown people.

I = pl'lIsantlfter- 'trl'l'tM. You wake up trip to lakeland yesterday.
1 accept Liberty Bonds and War 3': in the morning feeling( fine Your Sirs. Newberrv and :Miss Harriet I Used in place of coffee it
1 1 : liver is clean your system is puri 7ollw who have been visiting Mrs.I provides a: real
I Saving Stamps in : Siever have to Illinois. I health drink.
payment ; : tied your appetite hearty. Eat what gone Contains no drugs, no caffeinas ;
..
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you wish, no danger ,and ho risk of
::1: of your account. salivation. does coffee; doesn't make
: The next time you feel For the Children. you nervous,
'' lazy, mean, nervous, blue or discouraged Too much ("are'annot l he exercised sleepless or fretfuL"There's
; / : PLEASE IE A SLACKER give your liver a thorough in selecting cough medicine for 'chil

Ir I p I cleaning! !: with a Calotnli. They are dren. It should he pleasant to take. ,..>.>
'
r f so delitrht'-jl/ and effectivethat your contain no harmless drug and !most
''I ifs; druggist is authoiizcsl to refund the effectual in curing their coughs and a eason"At
I price as a guarantee that you will he colds. Long experience has shown
WATERS[ & delighted.For.. I that
I GROCERY[ CO. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 1 Grocers-two
your protection Calotabs are meets these conditions. It is a favor- sizes I 15c & 25c. ...
sold only in original, aeated packages ite with many mothers.
price thirty-five cents. At all .. Ji. 7
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M:. 'tholt while bowing to the Will of In (France I IUiwaaccorded a rous hl
our )Hcnvcnly) lather we tender tithe ink welcome hy his many friends in I
: St. Cloud Department bereaved family of our deceased this city and .e1trliy towns.! (7en.
ISrothe- out ympalhv( end hove .)i Id,, eral lUnnding peaks interestingly of 1
-- _. would ,pi''lt them to that bloswilahodo I the great butt lex he' took part in and
beyond, the] River where thcicbo ,says the Huns would l have been licked ,
o'j 141L1 i. NEWS AM .NOTES' FIMJM:, ST. CLOl'l! :.Till: wO\I: >In tTM.' ,. no moro parting ," to a flnlh in about three weeks

j f Ii, lit ,OIK iinl.t i. ir c iitiuM-;\ -< \i>r.M. llescK-l Kurlliei, That a. e'i>v of mole if tho. war hud went on. He
,'I those rejiolutlnnk l>e seat! t'OJ''tio) film .ay. that Gt>n. l Foil's plans! were so "
.i, ,I fly fcf ,out depntted IU Ii ; be Insett l l hI the ,nI i 2IU'ItIIC of our.oiler *'- working out to Mlvirpin the Oorntan I
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K I THE ELECTION I < and a copy t>e furnished the\ local | army cxattly ni' platinod, \+

The l.ty'; election held in St. Clued l I RESOLUTIONS ON DEATH OF jiaper fer publication.UcHjiectfulv. | (ieiu-Tiil Hlitnding w'aa In command
!on '1'.u'sij'av of thin week resulted! inn | <1.I of the Second Florida Regiment on
J F.
WILL1AMS
I l.iml slide in favor of the 'Tnv I],i i W. B. CHAWI'"URU.R. the Mexican border and shortly after -
1 who defeated the ;] ;; 1.. UJPPER the (outbreak "
pajert: pros- I \\hereiu. it lm ROeiiuvi' wise to the of the war with
ant ndmiiimtration ticket \11) a. Almighty: Father) to send forth: his J. .1.. OVKRSTRniCT: Germany "he was- appointed. a I5ngadii -
vote ol practically three one, Committee j' to ' The exact returns! are us follows:: fr6m labor to refieshments our He went to Cnnip' Wheeler-and after
'.' t r I For Mayor: Bower 3y, :.Sliain-: aged Brother J, Williams, and BRIG-GEN. A. H. BLANDING spending several nu/nths there .
bow 118. -- Whereas: For years our estei-nu-J RETURNS HOME TO BARTOW WI\lt' 8t'ht to France, where ho has.
lira r 1 lor Tieusurer: Ciunjilicll, aSli: ; Brother was a great sufferer and the -- ](ie, <>n much nctive rervico
1M : king?, 151 transition was to hint OvJcl.ef.i ; ,- iguSict-General" A, II, Blandind I General Blandmir has been discharged
r 1'or1 Assessor and Auditor: Uoth- 'i Therefore Be It Resolved, By Ui<" arrived sSit hi*, home in Barlow: Vi'edo..dto / from the rrmy and win return
I rock.. :Ml: IJnr-'ncott.!' J211.!) none Hlodsom I odce Kn( Srt P X: A. ..i'< .e ..I", ,,. n t".er"a .Are'r to' civ'il lift'--<'nurierloftrnien'. .
I Fur, Sanitary In! I:Sf,71! McClay, 1a2.For ; | ,
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', ,ia ,-pecjrf! election] amended its i-foar J I I i1 filld v
t terunt' 'r the! nutluntv of the i
". 1I"uSII: : Ire, pivi;:! ,iR\ women, the* right"I IoC 1
r in its luifrapo: IiI till]! 'niiinK-ipal;) 1 ulalters.) : j|
wa-: ,, Just prior to tin?..iccent city olec-1 I
ton City Attorney Crnwta'tl-sent, an ,
wrapped? package airtight .)fJl: -.al eommunicjition f> the !( II '
< city I .,1. Ii +id' | therrctt'onat' i okc
ll 1 i'ei'k!' in which lie ruled that the I IilllII1i1' ,1 'I ilj|| y r>
; ) ':' impurity proof- lproviflon'of the city; tliirtcr( irivinir\ '1 I II j it ti "s' ) IIhI II I iii l: I'1 S ib, 'I'I' Ir' I'ii'' ,
.J \ : : '" :{t rI r-, women the ilpht to vote was told. I( y.r ., M U III II'I ? I 1 i
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"I'' Te' election >1'0111',1. however: / rule/I : 1 II ,; "1111II I III II I I ql !
". ; # :r 'h Mr. <*';awfoid him- '! 1p . II 1 l 1 dl 1 1I 1 ,
JIlt:!! m. *"mu. 118 / 1 i Ii
.J' y W t't1DUL .:,, "I" had drafted the SiilfrUi'e nmeii'1.. ),. : .b'1 1II 1 I I II n I l I '1 IIt III I I III 'II I l 1 II t '

: :n i'(nt t > the <,1r.trtll''hI'h) : was +"r lit I III 1 l I I I l (
; ty IIIII li l //l it I I
\ i i'trds rat illl'} l>v the people, IIf'l M l l 1 I Illlll i1
IS hygienic( arid! .whote- I'. bail. cl'lI.e,1, to: he n question| 11 ul !1 1 lit ; ; ; I; I l 1 I r ii ,i 1 i'II' 1
,, >> iv t-i decide! hut \\tif in jriitv! a Il. ((11' III
I, '"w which could only l"e f Fficllol! \ 1 or I I /t t 5 .... "i l 1 III 111 I l i t l I I i1IIIV1 I
', sorm*'. The goody I \ ] They therefore permitted the \\'omI I
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that's good! for young ;' ...' |I cn to vote", which they . .. i'!' u ml er of one hupdieil arul 1 lIi'\t-: ; ,, II.i 111IV

..', . and cd.( ,: \Int.ndtt. the charter"' the city cou-ioil_I I II ; I 1111111 1 l I'1I I II I

: '" yt <' "nvns the" returns of the ecc- I Il Il d
;t mi +ithui time d.ivx.' There lut- I ti'Y
i The Flavor( Be ors to . r4?? .; 3F 11! ll I
Lastssealed c% L 1
WRiCLEVSLock I-'", < '!Jo'irf fiat the council: will'.flll'I' ,I I II '1111i I
| to do this but it hel.cvd; that they 'I I : ; .1' ,pi ) u f i u I i
;J ( t ter the i1)!) Inertau* the prnviiiip.i of the i Iili Iilitat
4w acme dl"I I I I (I ' ul 111II4 '
:avr. which uil.I! in?m IIi it .C( C'oml! I' t I II 1'1
;'! have 11 complete ncv .c:t.nd. I

!.:.;q i,'i,',-t-ution. Ij1 7'f.... 1 / ...
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i :Mr. .r. (Matthews: !\, biother-m-law n ri .. II
InC I U:. I II!. I Hatcher I vslui has been I ', 111 ii
Js I <'t.cl;HIT the rant i : niont.li here, lift 'I II
J I '.\'dne"l.n' fur tape (iirurieitu.) Mo,
: :Mi, *. :ManK left on \Vciinet.dav; for NEVER was such right-handed-two- ,
''II t.I' to Ohio. smokejoy as you puff out of a ry j I

I .lisa Bertha Greene returned to with Prince Albert k.
\\ II1tl'l' Park Tuesday after !spending jimmy pipe packed ,
the \xeok-en with her cousin, I lr- That's because P. A., has the quality!
,M I'uckU-Kostcr
W. N. Ilurd and wife, Hrnljepoit! You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you

j, I Conn.; Turney Northrop, of Steph- can get five aces out of a family deck I So, when you hit
ney, Conn.- and Charles G.! Bennett, '
I Binghamton, N. Y., who are spe)id- Prince Albert, coming and going; and get up half an hour ,?

s cent inc the cnlleis winter ut the in' Citizens Orlando were 're of- earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes,

lice Realty you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line 1 ' 1

i !Mi1Lon! Hunt, who has been"pendinjr
Dorit lose the gloryof i the winter with her! aunt. Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, >

Mis Ray, left Wednesday morning but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive l'
Florida : for her home at Kansas City, Mo.
scenery MrHarry Johnson has received patented process that cuts out bite and parch-well you

word from her husband that( he has feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words t
\ v'HEN you clear up the iand'for land safely! at Hoboken N,'J., from to happy days sentiments I
or grove I Too oftena as.Uncle express your \

Florida place it left so barren of Josh Ferguson was a busi Toppy red tag, tidy rd tin, hanJmom pound and naif-pound tin
shrubbery and trees that it repels nesscaller at Kissimmee on Wednes 0'iumi ft er day.Mr. sponge moitttntr top that Imp th. tobacco in such perfect condition.R. .
r REASb rather than attracts. .Even if you and Mrs, Jesse, Cottrell who

: should be living on such a property have.passedtthoiwinterfinioerltnidst( J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C.
left on ,Wedno-- ay o- hel home aIecnturi3Mich
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why
II' ;:' I !1 a no reason ;; : 1\11
,.\' should remain unkttractivel! :A very :;UrnciShiehls} and. Mr BOIIq eft ----
C few dollars"spent,for the right \VC'dnesda |for. ||TamplI't hear tl O rt

selection of JilaniiCshrubs and trees .Billy Sunday.

O Gfvfar0 ,9/ will transform it. l came Mrs,over Ruth from Gilbert Orlando and on two Saturdayand sons e met i

3 Royil r.lnj Mururlci have j j1t wfcttnreded -the large ........... in the eastern Mr- Fanny; Mosby! who hllll bpenppendmjr
-'=-=- hilt of the United Sutei, The new the winter here with her -
Boyd Palm catalog"Beautilul Ground. 1 Mr Chnrles
cousin. CIiodricli; left
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-E =::= Book. will help cboote the thinitft you
: bauld pi....'.".Write you today fur free copy. Saturday for Arlington, Ky.
Mis Latimer and small son, and / (= 1-1 TALn'4iJ'f
mother Mrs. Jones who have been
REASONER BROTHERS the guests for some time of Mrs -
ROYAL PALM NURSERIES Cinn'.ton! leave Saturday for Sanford f
. r ONtCO. FLORIDA and from there bv boat, to Arlington 'f
N. Y,
Everett Hartovv of Garden Villa
Fin, was the week-end gust of Mr
Mrs. William Johnson
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The Strong WlthsUnd the Winter Mr Vonrripps of Nareoosaec! and
Atlantic Hotel Cold Better Than Jho Weak AnllonlcGill: ) of St. Cloud motoredto '

ttmr ..<> H..u.n 9t.! ., Jarli.ou1IIc.. Fla. You must have Health. Strength and En- Kissirnmce; on Tuesday.
:Mr. and : Charles of
All rallrond ticket\ offlc a In building, durance to fight Colds.Grip and Influenza. Mrs Taylor,
Chapin 111., who have been
(' 'nt 'r 6f everything All modern Im- spending
Iiroveminl First class In every pnrtiriil.ir When your blood is not In a healthy the winterat Mrs. Krcps, left Wed-
Kate one person SI.00 to condition: and does not circulate properly, nesdny for their northern home.
*2.00 to 1260 I'.AthII :
51.511: Iwo persons ;
Is unable withstand the
,00.J3 your system to Mr and :Mrs. Pann who
00 In f 2 00( two people |2 50 to 13 Flynn
FRANK I'UAKCE, 1'rop. Winter cold.OROVa.S: have spent a pleasant time,! in our
TASTELESS Chill TONIC midst left Wednesday for their
Fortifies the System Against Colds Grip home in Odom Ind.
Duval Hotel and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching. Mrs. O. W. Robinson who has been
I the Blood. spending the winter ht'relnd in dif ,
J\t'K..n" \'ll.l.i':. KIOHII1IIMI .\ It contains the well-known tonic proJoertIea ferent parts of Florida left Tuesdayfor ..
IKMIMH. !M/ II \ IIIHctppoHlti
.. poHtoftU'f, ; All 1 modern ImrroviTnintn. 1 of Quinine and Iron in a form Brooklyn. N. Y.
elevator, telrpIone Ne1-i I, acceptable: to the most delicate stomach, Mrs. Pro J. L. I'uckett and jrrand( thought of home and good home cooking has hdjned
In*. HntiH wlthllu"nlh.. II and up; and is pleasant to take. You can soon feel son. Tuckett-Poster, who have been THE your
with Joixa.linth!llJI'r.. II I nil per 'pi'I I'.oIl. \\', H, I ki Strengthening Invigorating Effect. COc the winter meats of Dr. May I'uck bear many hardships and deprivations. Now is the

-. ett-Foster. left 6n Tuesday for their
WAVERLY HOTEL home at Kokomo, Ind. time for you to make his dreams of home come true. V
New St. James Hotel :Mr. and :Mrs. E. L (Goodwin) from
I jKS' \\11.1.1': tIuro.ean
h'Lnnlup
".U K..f\i\.I1.:. .nnln\ I'Inn.llut Boston. Mass, and Miss McConiluer, I If f that old stove is worn out and cooking poorly, buy a new one
from Fall River Mass., who havebeen
and (old wetter In <'m')" room
one half Mock from Dand ConcertsIn HRI.'a Kliinl., M and up, Houblt" 51.fo spending the winter here left and let it be a Princess Range.
llnmmlnK{ 1'urk ( corner Julia and ,
'and uii lUHtm und M.ith 1 2 <<<* and ujiI .
on :Monday for the east
Monroi' fots ) XVerkl), "lttu.tr, *7 1 4J Hut and cold running': water In every i 1 I I, N rrkl.>. Double, Pit to *'IJ: coast before returning to their northern -
room :Steam heat :bpt: ',:lal rates fur In the heart lit tluattr and >>1101\.111"| | : : home.
March dl.I'I1. Muln and .larnH Sin'"ts Mrs:\ Anna Ansbaugh wag t"Vinweekend \Y.LE11i' CUSSCOPPtR
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truest f"Mr and Mrs. J. BCA.RINORANGES
PARTY FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL Bullard at the lake front
Mrs L. U. Zimmerman was a Kis-
NSW V CLASS SATURDAYMrs. simmee ,visitor on Friday last.
rJKDLE I Rev. S. O. Smith, pastor of. the
J. Z. Roberson entertainedthe Methodist church at Winter Park. the ranges that uphold the fame of Southern cook
Sunday school class of the Methodist was here last week in the interest of
church, of which she is assist- the Centenary Movement in the Sunday ing-the ranges that are made from rust-proof
HOTEL
ant teacher, last Saturday; with a school and Epworth League copper bearing iron and will last a lifetime.
"spend the afternoon." The girls The Elsie P. McElrov Auxiliary
JACKfOHVIllIflAompktellodwSawvd I IEuropmPl brought their fancy work and made held their regular meeting on Mon It's easy to be a good cook on a Princess Range, because it is throughly dependable -

merry with conversation and music. day afternoon with 31 present; two and the exclusive features for time labor and fuel
\ I I The hostess served a delicious fruit new rl'cruits.Irs.: lona Butler and many saving ,
outride roomr-Steaii\U M.Bup-C4fe' l\ I i'salad with salted nuts, cake and I Mrs. M. Puckett-Foster, were mus- make it a joy to the housewife.Our .
punch. I tered in.On .
ax\rdiorvCojwt\iw\t toEverylhiivlfN \ I Those the afternoon free illustrated tell all about the Princess Range and the reasons
for Booklet... enjoying were Wednesday a Centenary Con- catalogue -
&rt.of CitySend the members bf the class Airs.\ J. L. vention was held in the M. E. Church
K) .. ""ANDLUSMITH. iROV'R'f I Overstreet, the teacher, and Mrs. C. and about fifty delegates were pres- why it has become such a favorite with Southern housekeepers.W. .

II. Summers who made an interesting ent.
talk on the Missionary Centenary!
I Movement.Do Tbs' Duns That Dots Not Affect till..Head. B. MAKINSON COMPANYt
Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days
Rec....ol It. tonic sad Uxttlr erne, LAX*
Drattlsts refund money If PAZO OINTMENT fUi FIVE BkOMO QUININE I.bettertb ordlurr =
to cur Itching.Blind. Bleeding or Protruding PUea. not forget the Kicsimmee Val Quinine .ad doe. pot cau_ nervouMeia 0or
tnatantJy relieves Itching PUea and you caa getimUul rinrinc la bead. Remember the lull MOM and
Gazette office does fine
deep after the line ppllcuiao.; Price ley printing.
BOc. look tot tae icutwe ol..B. W.OBOVB. lOCo f.

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i thf.ii- ago Mocked the muplinent thrar )'NI r a for II 6
a :ear sad genrrail fMrmttiK "sl'.r. In.-tht V IIJl'> }'_.ift5tii ___ _ _ _ _ _HMf'VKY t.liIiih III ,'u' 1 Ic 1''lt..n I"j" .1, \.. I' *or rent. Apply to
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KISSIMMEE : :7.
through ,. '
cattle 1'1.
of tick infcfted stale Writ today at'.III) 51.4. .VI') "'' .
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'j' the* M-ate The other, Alalmma now PI "I I V UITomwio' i.liinfK. I'<\UK. .\ : and l "-11111>. OrufKv' W. Ki.x Am, lM..EICIglthyacres: : U Berea :

I'uhlUhnl.. t\ ..r,. Vrlrtuj.Up . prohibits the importation of such an- Cooi.ir. . HOI :3S./ II. J.'. I) fin. 1, I HIMHlmui : _KIHMlmiiKf. 10"1:0. IS.,11tKelt : -1111| I i.IVH 1.1. .. F la_. I :i-t fJJTKI .. f2OOO itorth IKIUIKfurnirhvd, lioune.iciK :
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binrinir "11\ '' in'room
Kloiltnmrr \ aIlrp l.* rtt<* c.ii lKlitolmnivr > imals into that state? under the stateWkiC A'J.E-I'I..o..o1.hll.t. . ; I uranire .
I I 1'nrd etiriinttracllve tract, four- rO(4mlllnfurnlahtd: dwpUMl" ".
\ .I. INirl.ln.. tkk vraditatjon law' .and will| I W \ ',-Two'. IIOI-IC.IK in, tin, .4 fl,.;" > ., urtcm., O .c-..ola Motor .I of room oprtas! house timber and kltchon oi Alan' 50 i- lings ..It:. WvlU tf. I''' :
KtlllUH6t, | |l. I .....1 HHlaiU'H. H..h< '. .
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I Coi. "" 11) hH.d of CHttl- nr.d a rood butteS of : ---s.-- -..---,-. -" -'
: M II., llari-lo! 'rr.iiIr.t probably, not long tolerate hlpn14.'l1tlof rnr.K ho"a lOupe 0'Iht! rang"1"iiiiiiliapr .
i '.. .. .. *rrrt1mrrTrUpboB "'.\:'<:T":1I--\": iHink at 4lrnvNlc.no. ,'Hotel 1.c.ar.Ll : ; 1 d'li and Implement. 1.". FOR RALE-On* Emmon Typewriter, ',.. '
! \ I]. > Kfll tieky. cattle tluough' its twr.lory. tuni' i, ttt .
ti Mtott-iiuitd' 1 '''
!I"'f' ... lino i'"iiin IBI lulfet' t"l'IIt..d "" on loft eat"dal- KvnanivllU I'rlin II.K'i'' ....
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l. .. No. I Ifl .1.,l' "JiifoeU-d( cattle. passing! .throughany ., ... rr\ . '-. '. ' _J'u ItIpvh_ .'.n lnt *i..'ii, was uiiiilnu half c"..ti. ).5)flhCe Kiinn to pull13. '.Apeis- Vally Ua..U. if .. : ,
.," ; of the country are.l l likely lo : !t.t % <.<'ti Mil) l-l.iilKh mnl :luiinuoiiMintv : -:--- -- "ii l
'Is.u.r.Lft. n....' part ,Ixwr-. luutwl. t'I..k.' <..n'.x:7.; \ ,v I lllx I till roniinl will I I I IKI .. .. .
t Om- <.<'!> .' "lit. .' VflllOIK .'.. . . . ,..n..tI' drop ijianure\ ticks, each' with its I much."."I wrllll lltltKll. ..r MIIIIMH, < rlrIII..I ttUciifir, any Information. M ; ": :, :-:--:-:-:-:-:,,:-:":.<-:-:":+:""' :-Ho. .<-: C :-: :.-<+.':.- ,,\
. < ." { t-i'v" M<'nttlKJliMt -'. I I to the hoot I. will I t II, $i.ciulK. 'I Th- ,pin I his a \\vlln. ifr ; "''I -- '. -
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.:: :'. (, unfj.frotltht' train these ticks aie l I".< I Il-NIl|J"- ii lid n I I I.e ml I i-.." ii Iii u'.11 ;.I ll s\lf-I ,:--\VIM. "l ,h<,. x<. I and NIMH.. I tmt):nII : :: '

: .til I I totnfniiwT, i !<',i',; '. "... |lit fMiniin, I :" onto the l'oIIl.t'd.tl1l1l1 I". KlM. .It r.hIit., '< "I.lUil.. t.i \1.| |iNI t. :OJ""d: Ki-tf : . :
I likely to he slmlcen 111 IKl lljl I'|M I- 1-4\:; .
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IJI ..., Fh..I.II1.). .l -.IB H. ...OI.I-i \I.. 1 IHK 'mm'It'i' I". < 41S to the northern, (' ttlt' marketstim1iily. I' I i Ii.:;: .- *Y* -
Jf.'the: cuttle; industry>' of' '
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to ,grow.,a compulsory statewide Shoes Pumps 1 $:!:: Phonographs That Play ;. .;::


cuttle dipping l law. must bo mJPt lr :|!: ALL RECORDS / "- :j.t |:: .

cnfolced.'On I I. -
< '( ml mid Bin illy -
1X/E will be pleased to have, ., .
.i( tl.l l other !hand, ; if rioritU
\'(-. which!.) Should beainong. the'. lir-'t : * you come in and look at :: 1- .- :.5. ('. II

rf nuked not I tlie), :\e-ry be-ct pmducod d. i Line of : '> Pathe Records Played by Sapphire Needles. Each g .
our Spring Oxfords
in ) hc c
the /Mi.tc inu 'IEie-1'\\)1'' \\jjvk. 'cannot I le tompletc'd too I ._" !; S: We Have Just Received a Lot of the Above Phono. j: "

,, s ion.. \\')t3t oppeisitkm theie was to i Ladies' in While, Brown and Black nographt and Records. Machines Ranging in Price ::: i

out. Full Louis and Heels '.. .
lick puidkation/ is fast dying Military -

We liehe\e! the' 1 legislature 'this year J In prices ranging from 1":I From 35.00 to $150.00 a J|: .. ': "
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FRIDAY. MARCH 28, 1)919) ,I will be dj"V" $4to$9 ,'
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vbut.to\ insure that i it i is introduced, I ,' ":, '.*. ,
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,.Cit)' lettlpa tomorioKissmume \.-. .. ,*, U'urly' enough to'tnnki1 stile of its! j':>s'cage I'I'I I x 1 "' Records From"75c to $2.50 :: ,
-.........--- '. ,I' industry Men's Oxfords in Dark Brcwn and Black : 'I. ,:::: *
l of the cattle J
our friends .
honrd( of t rwl!(" : a ki" Prices ranging from I t .
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work
must vtrenupusly .
that twtho\ Snore I>trl'l't.II\ 'Nlted. il COME IN/ AND' SEE THEM : :35C. ::
"C. A. (Carson Jr., of Ki'l'Iinlnwt'! i $S to $10CHILDREN'S" 1 ::: .
with tin application of f1u'\'in :, ''
in his nddiess, before I he Plond.j I '. .- '
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---- Stork Association, dwelt 1 1up..n :!!: 1' ."
or Hate Live I
" "Kininh) the jolt," is the) motto : OXFORDS IN ALL STYLES . :-
theltlk ; .4.
future of )PJonda after x -
the ,
the Victory Ix>$ n <'ftfl1I1.1l|..,). Thai: $6.5cT y h .
eradicated : Men' Work Shoes Best Made from $4.00 to Iy '
cmlvav shall have Vwn i. as .the. '!' .
for '
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is an..dfl'cth'l.. motto any the "calf incubiitori'/ ; of the United '; I ::: //. GRANTHAM. M' dc y Srore :i:
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on i State's. famishing ::eight to tc.n' FRED S. GILBERT 0:. ;-... ...:

Oncrolu Bounty\ Svn the first oun-- months' old calves to the rest of the '.' f

t). in .the ftate to .1"0..0\(0)" t 11'(- top ,country to be furnished. as baby beef- J I .:..:": :-:..:":" .:' :" :":":" ":-':-:-:":-<":":":" :-:":":'.:":":"''!': '-:":'':":-:-'-:-:-:.'':-:".:-:":-:-:..:..:-:..:. .. .. ,

III with hfrc c: quotA for. the W C1. T. 0. Rut we cannot take sueh advantage

in their jubilee; ] : rnmpaijrii/ for viorld- of our moil, mild. climate and the .. .

wide prohibition.) prcut amount /and variety of forage .
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and the state' can produce -,
crops' giicRRs .\ .. ,
A movt'inent WIIR "wet, .' on f:lot inKUflJWiee .' until! we can safely introduce .
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: tMs week 16 toiisirvu tl#" more of the lie-st, 'blood Similaily, .

Irame of Ploriilu ,by nuking. a i pctialrnactmotit thegciit$ de\t'lopniciit of our diiuiti'ivRt' : '\' -- .--- --- -

of a three 01 five >ear : ,. in night cannot be. renli/c'l. ,
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dOl;>ecl! t-e.i$on for ileer; turkey and uiuil tho tnk. is. uttfiK -
.n cjuail Our di"plltl'lw: (If y.q"r.lay told UNIVF.RSAL.CAR --

.------ -- of a farmer and l "t tkniun ofliln-
Who t-ajs tbe vioild" 1 .mn't irroulni; I
theprogress -
nui who hud been encouraged/ by
tn'tlir"1, Sprmpln-ld M.I.I.! i IS. insti- that .. .'
of tiCk\ c-rad-cation: in -
(T tinj{ rourteov, ("ont<'"tH mid! instiucin .
state to pay the rcc'onLrll''e of ( '
lions! politcnv with aie\\ of. $1(1'-1
(KK/ ) for an Aberdeen AngiK
making that city distinctixe for its woufd Bitch'a
This cattle1 raiser notpay I
courtesy and helpfuhiens for *trnnfi iimmalcre he notsuma. .
|pri.e for the q '

",'rs. that it l in not luible to be killed UP/ /i/IJ for eoiizaii5. :
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,by ticks nor if he did not feel sure : <_ / : :\; ;,;., ,:/ .,r'" :,, i .' I-
Tlio! he could mal.e a large/ profit ,off his ..
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which haLc-< n no severe in their "
pl'oJ.'ny." ,,' tCSEL B, FORD. PrrndfM ' :\ ,' .
Arraignment of the recent ('onl1'reRS .. Automobile Manufacturers .. ," -
T L, KHNOEN8MTH( Vle. Preo, "' T...... . : -
for *111 Bins of omission, are rfinindid :
1 Subscribe for the Kissimmee Valley -i B. .CRAIQ: Gccrcturr ..
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that n.-,,rly all the lei'islatiornsked -
Gazette. I Detroit, U S. A. ...
for by the fulmmixtration \vapaused i .t.
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by the, democratic: House antirl' .
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rl' 't-laufrhteied/: by the filibuster in the Classified Advertisements .

republican Senate I To All Ford Dealers . March Z1919 .

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"i\'o 1 I. itH miI.t015 t;'C .. \ ,..aJ.i -
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One of Kissimmee's pro i .
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Citizens has painted up his house,, tt' I:11. Ul'11.11 Hi"' room li-n-i. ami i fff.lr J: -
I.I.IMV uin l.ull.lh, -. .i '. I )14: I",.... I! On account recent newspaper articles and the many rumors .
cleaned up the shrubbery and tree I 1 Will I I III! lit.".1.. 41,..t IW'I I I.IIHlll..H$ II I ,

end lawn and put everything in apple Io..i'M IC-MtillK fill "ill ,'r nHluth. : .. . cixcti1ating over the countroncerni zi ne wjjuni'rormly tjbean
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fti pieorder for geaADVERTISING n 10 ... u \T.. ftiired by Mr Henry 1ord w b111eve t advisab'1e to inform .
bt un1egi e 02g or ofl w II I

2(; examp d t o Iu InII ourrers order that youfmay tiJijg t y and


: -, benef ese e e .. _, _. answerwaJL'JLWinquir iesT' . ..Lser . IL'.J ,
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erty owner. c ean 'up 'an paint p. mils In ml an.I wilt lnlijiitt <'
In tow'n pinpert *' In KNsIm
n'" 'r"I!< mini. w .ml** t.. ui\ l fa. !r In the first place a large majority of the reports afloat '
AT LESS THAN .11 >-lU I 1.. .Ik. I "it I .n i.l lSI greatly distorted and exaggerated. A new car be manufactured
,, are may
COST. \ I: M I .>-'l III," n |..il? U 'in K. ""ll.
I ''I"! "I"I I h.IK .1 i. ..oil I I h<.,,,,. u "i Hi I .
,, but as to when it will be manufactured we are not in a posi-
IThI K' Is'
The Centaur C which ad.'l'rtiot'8'lIn.1 j ml' N, inl l 1"\"i l i IlIr '
ompnnv. ,,, ",II. U ,111) ,,-I\t. ..I I t.lid\ ill T. I Ii -
\ sells! rietihtt's. Castol'la.) i 11", .i,,.< .. .lini'" to \ ,110,5 I tion to say except that we do know a new car could not possibly
U I-I: II I \\ i5111111.. I.II''II. |>r'.p.'ll\ l I.,
: is offering the better tlass of vseeklj I .'. ,1 ,I'll" .\lltlltllllllll.'' '. 1"II.h'l \V III be designed tested out manufactured and marketed in quantities
new papers a two 'Nlr'!< contrail at I il\h itr tiik.' d l t'IIU i 114' I. .
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\\ l: II, .\\' i: ii 1c.mIII( rmtn' In .\...1I hnrluli -. .- under two or three years' time.
) $(fO; a year to print 7-10 inches ofniheilisintr I / e'"nl, \'. tiiin. .. in \ihtiiiirt; fl.r,.iI llItThere
this I "I. ,Illljl, |IM.flt\| III- ItlH' llUHllI'" HK -
a flr ) preparation specifying I .. ... .
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top of column next to I read I \\ I.: II \\' p r: tt\ o lit.'.' I' NIi.I1,0'il' InK is nothing however indefinite about the present Ford .
1 Imini! 'i' t.. 1)4.1)) ) tin ( Muni" "'** ct! inp matter. This fipuren f out( about I will piiiltrfi. .r..'in.ion. a fjilr I.IIHIH .
three million in use at the
daily time-
. There are over present ;
car.
eight centx an inch. which is at l I'a! .. .."..... t.' < xiliiliif-i fin' 1'lolMllTo.iit ) I .
f.fty per cent below the cost of pro- I I \ and II Ill CIN an \cc.1l'iit and every one of our dealers through their continued enthusiastic
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duction for any paper and for most \v Ii I I-: III II \\'I n for BHlc I ""11).. .xc<.lliiilHI.X efforts can dispose of our product as rapidly as manufactured.We .
,I of them the. toss will run higher. .k TainiH. KHIII.. nf ih.-m KolnvI..T.IIIIH '
,ailll IKV.IUI8 will Ui\l fall intend to continue the production of the reliable Model T as
I Running a 'newspaper is a business I PIll,! r.-aa, .."aII-. prlci iintl f'.II\t'' ( )

just the same as running 1 store ota j ti. rniH<*Hoti. uf IlH"..ml','nl...nl.'p Hpl.-liilld I h'unes want. for 1nKh aggressively as' in the past and feel that we have the cooperation .

factory, and the publisher who selM' Kill.1 In-rint I'"rl'lIln I pilcfit, 1 ,
1 (''' %II-: I.TT; lid ahow 5'ou Bonnlnf..lnii l- of our entire sales organization in forcibly impressing upon .
big product for less than cost will .
t nta worth \' come to grief just as surely as will prospective buyers the excep'tional high quality and dependabilityof
mmso" sm-t.ry, < OMI'NVT1"I \
any other business man. The Cen- the present Ford car backed up by the entire strength of an organizatiOn -
tuar Company has been pursuing* this \\'.\ !: (>--l"or till Bummer, fin'nl"M<-d .
'liinim' I In KlHHlnimi.I .. Must be rln-ap, already established. .
1 tame method for years and has beer l.iil w11 I .it nt n 1,'ri:IhIC \IlIl. .".nil "11',"
getting by with it in some instances,, ",,11\, ilaxetto 15-11

but the time has come for the newspapers Our factory and assembly plant production is being pushed to '
LOST-Kun"ay.: ''') itnt, ln.lh-n Mu '
to call a. halt and we hop wool, MVMiili'l. I .. tutuiin 4s.iKHlmmci'anil I .I the limit with the thought in mind of reaching our normal capacityof
the and adVt'rtlsinia I.aki Mfinl l.llxial' rrnard If ,
I reputable press r.-turn,.,] to Frhlal-IM 'I. Miller I lip-I
enc-i"a will watch out for the papers 1:11',1. I-la. 15-21 three thousand cars per day as quickly as possible in order

which are caught with this "out-- 1 PlUJ. t\t.i:-Flnp pIIK.'nll"l 111ftMllrli.ll that the demands of prospective buyers might be met to the fullest
side business" and put I I < ar. (;I'III) <'on<1llliinoilh I I
I proposition IPIMI l'aitrr I I .nj :North: who han extent and that our dealers might increase their
I them in the class where they belong, ,. n" Curt tin'r u...- for inr. will ",'II fur possible profits
21111.< ,\ I'II| | l\' in U; Mi) ', Mon llriivn. aWe --" .
) Irh.NtI1r... 1101.1. I,.- It. proportionately. I .,
FLORIDA MUST DECLARE .
I A\TBO-C1oo.1: 'tiiiiiHi.hi.l.l furnlturi,
FREEDOM. .lino m,;me chlikitiH. 1 I" A Strnun. also taking important steps to expand and extend our
H.:__.!K_ l no.: 2. KlmlimmFla. 151fFARMFRS are

There is no question hut that FlorIda -!,!end toilay for a free. ijam- business abroad especially in European countries including Russia.
pie' copy of the Florida Farmer and
i'll 'traxeling the right road when Stockman published at Jacksonville..

county after county repudiates the Tell. poultry.about IIvl'cltrna tock fruit ratlin and trurkInir dftlrvInir. -. With the above information you should quickly offset any

cattle tick and brands him as a thief twlci month nt ROc per .eRr- rumors which might tend to delay immediate sales. : .

end a robber. Slowly but surely the
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whole state is swinging into line on

the subject and that at no very far Yours very truly -
I MILTON'S MARKET[
oft date a wave' of independence will FORD MOTOR COMPANY

I sweep over and the tick will no longer -

t be allowed. anywhere within its .
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borders. 0dse/ $ :7ord .
L FRESH MEATS I . .
Speaking of the situation the. -
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Jacksonville Times-Union saysi! FISH President S '.

t "Eradicate the tick utterly or keep .

your cattle within your own state Milk, Poultry and Eggs14SPcesReaabIe ,

I seems to be the mandate that conies

i t 1 from the tates north of Florida. Two

\ states lie between us and the north- : Pbone J!

p frn' markets. Of the'e Georgia more o 0 Of OOH U U'O"O" oQoUU S .
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. KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, .FRIDAY, MARCH, 28, 1919' FIVE t.

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y j Amrcw) Face Powder, only 34c till
{ J INTERESTING LOCAL ITEMS I Saturday at midnight; after that Casino TheatreWeek __ t'I

MIC at Central ,Drug Store. It's fine .{
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, 'oOO.OOOC10000 i \ C. S. Bain spent last night in of March :31 //I }
i Set Billy Sunday at the Casino toy Lakeland on his way .from Kissim .
I might. Matinee 3:30. Night 7:15-8:30:
u4 nice to Clearwater where he will bo

. Weather ReportS Some good land to grow crops on the guest of S. F. Waldron.-Lake- -
i for rent. Nelson Realty Company.) land Star. MONDAY -

j Jim Roberts of Cape Sr.bel is the Fine stock (/farm with large lakefront Select Pictures presents! Norma Talmadire -
t \ I guest'\ of j, K. Milliard and family. very cheap. Full particulars in
S : are daily tempera. Eye Water that cures, only .176 at land free booklet to interested par- "TIIISAnt': \' CURTAIN' "
tures and precipitations as re I'Central Drug Store Phone 41.I.J '. Nelson Realty Company. Select Feature

ported by Government station 1>. Woodbeck went to Tampawe..k Easing Russell and his sister Miss :3rd Episode of Houdml: "
KiUftimmee. fo- the week ending "THE MAN OF MYSTERY.
at
this Medora motored to Tampa .
to attend the state meeting Russell
'. Thursday, March 27, 1919: of the moving picture ,tmen {Saturday for an outing, and remained TUESDAYExhibitors THE UNIVERSAL: CAW,
Mac Mln. Rain to be at Sunday's
present Billy
i Five room furnished cottage,; to : Mutual Gail in
i Thursday _____ 75 50 rent. Nelson Realty Company. Sunday service "LOVES LAW presents" The Ford Motor Company have i instructed

' Friday: ______. 81 5a 'I. J. K. Milliard is having a complete'! I :Meiitholatum TKed( .Cross) 19e and Oaumont Weekly. I

Saturday _____ 80.li3 Delco electric light system put in at 38c nt.. Central )Drug .Store, sale I ut lo sell' the genuine Ford Pail to any and
his pleasant home Hillr p iee. WEDNESDAY II
country at
Sunday ------- 76 48 iard's Island. i The ftory of Edith Cavell the Vitairraph) presents Harry Morcv in" every reliable Garage who will pledge, their use

'' Monday __ 77 54' Saturday night, the 2Uh! will 0 ) elope British Red Cross nurse, whose "THE/ HIGHEST TliUMlV1' I :
I, Tuesday _...._ SO 61 :jour Red Cross! Sale. Take advantageof ,shooting.. inflamed, the' world, I I..* told :Mutt and JolT, in in the, repair 'of Ford" can The), genuine Ford

Wednesday ___. 79 67 '" :, low prices before it is too,.ll.'te. '''in all its dramatic realism in "The ."HULA (CABAKET..'" ..! the of
farts lo owner
0 jt ate absolutely necessary .
;Central Drug/Store, Cavejl Case, .
.......X----.a... S-S4 < J. M. ltfilh.has]] > )purchased? the Mrc, Revn Sumvlln! and children THURSDAY f ., I Ford that I.e.may gel full service f from Isis
,handsome bungalow on Malt lI't'OI i<)>f Kiss-Tnmee}; ,' spent a few hours .William Fox presents/ IYRITV II via m! cats
TorSalcsFour mules! W. J. Miller.! with their 'cousins J. E. Howard and in "THE: RKKKLIOUSIHUink..: : : '
" . r {known as. the lien.Huss place 'and ( . car We airy them and 10, we hope,, i in a fhort
\ ":" .. 4G.tft' :'Amoved' his family, there, this week.: fumilv, on their way to TaI1lJla.1.111 .- Harold I.oyd l Comedy I. .

<< \ "Uivl'( Cross Rlicumatic I Remedy<< ai!).' Dr. Iiuckmnster is I a Spe laHst.; on <..llIn<1 Star I Monday), FRIDAY- time will every reliable Garage. We !solicit your
' '' 7Sc Central I : ._ Some g'toit store buildings and line n "
, \, mid at Drug Store iflynecolopry Rheumatism and dieiihe1 "
'Kr'.,..""." ,,..1. A. hixsl of the Alimentary' Canal. State home in Georgia town and stockof 1 1drucft (' Select Picture 'Co, presents Julia Are service business because we have the Ford Methods
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{ ''I lvisitinstufi'ieid5a'ksohisy' doinjr nice business in Georgiaflown Ithur, as EDITH CAVELL, the British
': ',,-'I'' :: *>'>n ;tnmce 'Hank Huildittr, : I
to exchange/ for Florida propicrty. :i Red Crows Nurse in the Ford Parts, the Fotd Mechanics and
this week.\ Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. I,: Spal'lirimot01'
i "" ,led : .,, See" Nc-li-on about it. THE CAVELL CAST: .'
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': Head classified adverlrsenneut.Nelson' to Orlando Tuesday night for the 'I .
our ; thA woman the Germans shot. Ford would be glad
'., ; ] Really Company.) water carnival, and) remained for then'fclit n'liJ'nf'1I1ol1': Russell, who has : the prices. Incidentally to
I'l.Icon : j : : : : 25 and fiQ cents
lv horn furlough
with >en vn a ten day returned
);!; ::," f,' ;Mrs! Gay Livingston: visited Mrs. Sparling's parents Ford
to his) (dutie} at Key WestMosulay j i get! your order (for one or more cars.
jl i ;' 1-: 'friends:! in O'lIla today and expects! to Only 'two more days to buy at' saltprice. Ensign! Russell I is in (Ile, SATURDAY .

'('>,4"hVi"',! W;, t,":' return home Salurady. N Camloria ( Red Crotis) only* (Communication office of the .rad'o. << : Tiianjrle Features ('o. presents"A ' .
\ ," 1" \ .- y Carbolic! ,Salve ( Red Cross) only IDs at Central Drug Store. Phone 41 partment. de-I SUCCESSFUL KAILURK. OSCEOLA MOTOR CO.AUTHORIZED
!' t"'", lilt till Monday) at (','lItrlll Ding! Mr." iind Mrs.I S. II. Bullock have i NeruastheniaIt 'Is the' name n 10th( Episode! of Pearl Wlrte: in I. .
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;'i 'l, Storey received word from, their son "Bob"that < '.I group of symptoms resulting/ from I,, "THK: LIGHTNING( RAIDER."
he has arrived in New York after
'. Ciawford, atQt. I AGENTS.
\\ B spejit Tuesday some functional disorder of the nervous .
Cloud to be present at the'city. more than a year with the A. )K.F. ::. system with severe depression ,i Coming: Friday, April I llth,. Great
'" election. I It is hoped that he will soon be IOf the! vital fortes! of the body. See (,Special attraction 307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE. FLA.

....' No hctfer Tonic than Initiated honorably ,discharged.The Doctor Buckm.tKter, State Itahk I "'I'llI'IWNUIl': : J 1'Al 'ROI.." I
stork/ left a 1\t pound babv *
Building.
herbs only 78c at Central DrugStore
" :' :; girl at the apartment of Lieutenantand I J. T. G. Crawford dnd George/ G, ''I I I two rooms, removed., This rives the I l. 0 ____ .. .. -__ -- ..-.-
Mrs "Josh" Barber' Sunday. The store the appearance of being; much
'Crawford honorably discharged
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A small; lire near the Tucker recently I
.. grass" ,little lady will be named Jacqueline.! larger and .to the
, . Uriel: Company's' plant. called, out thefire from service, motored down :;: adds conveniencein
:viler father is his !lit
serving country to Kissimmee to spend the week-end displaying gods as well as to the
: department yesterday.The 'the I Moth Division, )France.Mr. .
'' in ,ventilation of the
building.
: stork stopped) at the home of with their brother, W. H. (Crawford /
,i % At fr. and Mrs.. Henry Lightsey Wednnnl.ty and Mrs. James A. Allen, \l is. and family. MI'H. J: T. G.: Crawford !l Mr. G I.! 11. Camp and daughter,
(5. A. Hrijrff! and Miss Viv'an: Ilrijrest'' accompanied The Miss I Elizabeth Cf.mp pf Hendersonvillo.
leaving/ a tine baby boy.Reduced them. party are ,' : :
'I motored to Orlando Sunday for the from Jacksonville.Rev. N. C.. are the rue-bin of Mr. The Bond DriveWill
prices on all Red ('rosyremedies. Miss I rendered( Victory
This olTer expires at midnight 'day.solo Briggs a sacred' C. ;M.] Brittain, a former pastor and Mrs. I H. M, Tctldar for a week or 1
at the First church there
U'" Saturday Central, I Drug Stoic" llaptist / of the First" Baptist chinch' of ten days. Mr. Camp is 'o well )pleased I
both scorning ndev,>ninir.Mr. .
/ K'sfimmee; and recently in Y, :M. C. with this part of Florida, he is
,, "Miss! Gladys: Dtil'uis, of ..lackinn.vil .'. Allot and( son Allen of I .4.. A. work was in the city greeting old thinking! of buying a winter home f '
.>. -pc-nii'ne.' a few days here aril: ; Mich.; and Mrs. Horace Pr nee friends, lust Tuesday. Mr. BritUm heie. Mrs II. II. huff[ of Plant! City. "
-.., the. guest of :Mr. and :Mrs. Hart Bryan. and! vn Paul of Cleveland., Ol'/i! : now district: manager for the Fidelity is a No a house truest of :Mr. and :Mrs. begin in a short time, and we want to, help you to buy Bond
and| Mrs! Ellen: Plunimer, of Benton Tcddar.In .
Mutual I Life Insurance ( 0., with
']IaU'htnK Eggs: For Salt GenuineFe'n ; Harbor' ? are a party of winter \'isiI headquarters at Tampa. |,, attempting\ to mount a fractious" : by cutting down your living expenses. Come and let u. convinceyou.

,, xtriiin" of white Itghoins/ ; ::0:11p.'r : )|,;'-i lure I li-Mvinir" Saturday for their I'','. (I''tt and !his daughter, Miss horse at his home la"tV..dnellda\' .
I E.: then homes. ,
setting. A. Thomus. H.tf.lu",1
: no
thrown
'afternoon E. L. Lesley was
i Elsie; of Indianapolis} Ind., who have
i )'." ". .* of Sanford' who i l* Kev.' R. F. 1I(1r1t'1t !left :Mjndav oil\ ,, been domiciled the country club''',to the ground! and received severe '
in t'-e U. S. n.ivy, was I a yi"itoto a trip| to Sutherland! College at Suth- this wintc'r. left Sunday for a tour i injuries of the back. He was attended Saturday We Will Run the Following Specials.

}K; oitimmee Wednesday on a pleasuieD. crlaii'l., where his bon ,John i.nddaulirhter of Florida \before, returning to their ,' bv Dr. Rivers and his condition,
mi./"Il. Marv Ktudents. which at first to be STRICTLY CASH AT THESE PRICES:
/ [ are Ill" northern home. They are en route <, was thought serious
G.! McKay and family motored/ hip combined. business with pleasurefor for Key West and will visit places of is now improving, and hopesare Peas 25c 2 lb. White Beans 25c
i I I lb Black
3 .. Eyed ,
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he will entertained that he will
look after property their be
to Tampa for the Sunday service tihenr >> ) | interest on way. up
{ one of "lhll '" : famousseimons. eats before returning" home. inter-I I and al>ount in a few days. ,I
) Sunday's\ Mrs. Lula Flake and Mrs. F. C. Nice String-Beana, can, 12c Irish Potatoes, pk. SOc
:Mr. and Mrs N. C. Paver expect Reeves, postmaster. o( Avon Park, I i Editor Wayne Thomas, of the
W. H. Arnold returned.Wednesday, I.. leave Tuesday for, their holiie in arrived Tuesday: for a brief visit 'Plant City (Courier was a Sunday' '
from Euxtis; where has has been visiting ('incinnati' Ohio. They arc anionur with Miss Marion Sargent. Mrs. :visitor to Kissimmee, stopping: attend FLOUR. Grated,.Pineapple, can ...-__, .30

Jr'. and! Mrs.( T. 1. Burckhaltcr, the most 'popular of Kissimmee's ,,i Blake was en !route for New Orleans the evening: service at the Methodist sack 1.70 All Pancake Flour, Ib .
. - und i looking; after business.Six vmter re";dents) and many friends" \ where she will make her home'j I church, where Rev. R. F, Hod-i Gold Medal, 24-lb --- -- Corn Flakes. 2 for .25

room 'cottage! for rent, good repair will anticipate( with pleasure. their and Mvs. Re-eves accompanied her as I nctt is pastor. He was bound on a Pillsbury, 24-lb sack-- 1.70
and garage> for two machines; (' ietuin, next season far ns Jacksonville. They left business mission to the east coast, Self-Rising, 24-lb sack--,.-- 1.70 Post Toasties 2 for .25
Mrs. M. Rat, :Mrs. Ellen Plummetof 'nesday.Mr i rend to make the Hodnett Shreaded Wheat, pkg. .
property partly funvshcd." Nelson Wt'd-I' experts' I,oi Be Flour, per Ib __- -___ .7%; -
Realty Company. Benton Harbor, Mich.; Mrs Horace II. C. Stanford and Mrs." family! a short visit. on his return I Matches, package. .05

. Miss j ", Albina Smith county demonstration Price and son. of Cleveland, ; Ohio; Winn will! be hostesses at the Hart I trip the last of the week.G. j I Black Eyel Peas, tti - --- --- Oil! Picnic Ham Ib .29No.
Mis. 1It.. Plummer and j jreception I _
daughter, \ ,
i ..J. agent, made an official l-if! ', .liss Louise, of Boston Mass., werea Memorial: next Tuesday visitors.night/. at the I. Sheldon Browne, cY the Gray- Navy Beans, 2 lbs .25 10 Snowdrift 2.40
to winter The following | -- --- -
to \Vhitti<' and LoKosee last week, .stone lintel has received
ktttfrom
r pleasant] party motoring/ tt(>> Winter, ,, week Mrs. S. II. Bullock and No. 4 Snowdrift ,. 1.20
returning home Friday. She was accompanied his friend Col. Merry who with Lima Beana'per| lit ______ .1,1::
Haven for the day. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton will serve in ; Lard, Compound, Ib _._ ..28
by :Mrs-V'orna E11's.W. \ i ,his wife, has just returned to his
Irish Ib lbs to ,5:i:
1'otatoi'H peck
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W. I Mrs\ O. 1Neal, wife of Dr. Neal that capacity. Entertaining/ and musical home in Cleveland 'Ohio telling how
who attended the
Saunders of Sanford, who is still serving his programs/ will be arranged for I I charmed they with their Visit 1 Best Bacon .Ufl FEED.
Merchant Matine school at were ?--------------
weeks and Tampa,the t country abroad was a visitor in }Kis; both evenings to Kissimmee. Lake Tohooekalisrn 40-50 Prunes, lb .2' Corn, per sack ____.._.__.-_. 3.55Shorts
some was given > .
ago
simmee last Thursday when Fhe ,,a4 Limit --------r- ', '
G. W. Pt.rson.of. the Dollan "
to the. Colonel and .25
greatly appealed ,
Arhtickles 'per
berth third
. of mate on the S. S. Ag.'I of CoBee;Ib 28'1V sack
a guest their old-time (friend
I i has improved his store room th llw."k he '
'-, \tthis&&cityJjvamler: ubltsHed relvet
ria | Bean Meal l
has [ LeendapendingAa'few'da'here ) p!,>' Sheldon ;, Browne, on the yachting) by having the front part of the) by its surroundings *''**"* its House (rotTee 4., 2.7iJ
tlililijl'pl'kI / Colton Alenl
party'' from the Grayatone Hotel. partition! which divided his store into j ': i lfIn lfax"el) house (aRee 1b 405enat Sect l 2,90
I-tlieruljc: manager Jl" lU."I'h and is laughter
\ ' Oats 00111 ..15.1'i .
Jack onv I1 branch, a he |foidj: .11 r'a gMfl'YaTnYareltctiyingJKor l ; : "; (,offee 1U 4au. __
Mo oP.penli'esterd.i n Ki "'' '' theirPhomellinlHarrisburgJpMondays; / I Tomato4'a can l Ill UiYllla' 100 ILs .50

siml a advising w1thi1''! Bart 'Bryan, rHB >te ft WITH ricrp after spending another winter at No. 2 Tomatoes ------- -- - 15 N'utul l Hay,' 100 IbsDltllfiS:,-__.'_.:. 2,00

]local agent for the company their .cottai'e on Mahbette street, Mr Pork & Beans, can, li,17( i .111 :
Mrs. Verner Ellis> and Mrsloe Jef M"c4''h and his son Harry have made
fords", will ,)leave Sunday for (Ociiln, MONEY Kisinmt-\ t'-eir' he;>d ".- while thepnloved the .II1111tl'i'; Kerosene Oil, gallon \\r!
where they go as di'clgates from tin / 111'1 ( ('ampleper) butt!.'. --_ ,25
Woodman Circle to the grand 'lodge, :md hunted and fished. The entire Thread, spool . ..0.1No. Castoria, IK.T! l ottle- .30
which will he 'In st>s ion three day.Rey. Lr !'i'I; 1 fI : u'rtIvivc: nindo many friendhere, : 2 Peas _ .IK .
jz1 '' who w'l;'1 'iI'e them a warm/ wvlcominext Sulphur\' per pKg. .03Epsom.
: I O. B. Palls] will \,11) the Rosalie v.inti'r.Anexis : I No. 2 Corn - - -- - - _. ..:W : Salts, per pkg- .05
sci t HID Sunday speaking in theinterest ,
mlia I Oat Meal, 3 1b s------------ -jr.! Vaseline, per bottle .05- >
'of .
Coin] College. His A. BHrbe.1111 arrived in }Kisjs'mmee ; ;
pulpit will be tilled! by Rev. C. W I I this week frn'ii Silver! <",-i>i'K I j Graham Flour, 'I )bs __ u ..2:, Machine: Oil!, per bottle .20

I Duke, (If. Tampa. I'g' V. to s'.".,d awhile ':"" \I""lIt'nt.1: I Peaches, Heavy Syrup .''J Sweet Oil, per bottle .14

P. Dr. H.1.: Buck toaster., hashud c'ic1z1 F 1' from n ri'i-ont, 'll'ios' and is stoppint-r" ; Apricots, heavy syrup .. . n .:!;! Caibolic Acid )per bottle .14
wide expeitenre in his r ,for the mesent.at. the country. club i iMr
'profession, )! '
: Bust sliced Pineapple, can 1.1 .::12 Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle.- .14
: Bailx-iui}, beautiful "ho'ii"
and can give you the best there .is in owns
. the science of Osteopathy. Rooms &* ; and" j grove just. across the lake. nnd i
Jt hhd l 10. State Bank Building. I'' within (the incoriioriite limits of Ki.-i isimnioe

William S. Potter who has'" 'been i** ;? , ,' on wliicjj..be 's thinking! ol" ,, CUT PRICE CASH GROCERYPhone
spending/ the past few weeks in Florida i making some extensive1 imnrovements i I
leaves this week for his home in [ and i spending/ a portion of
Lafayette, I Ind. Mrs. Potter will re [I each winter here 141 422 Broadway

main here for some time yet '' Nothing like the above tad situation will ever come to the '! :Mrs. F'-ank Rhea of Washington.D. QUICK SALES AND:' SMALL PROFITS

two Mr.daughters.and Mrs. J.Eleanor'Overstreet and Alta and Man Who Saves His Money. The Man Who Shows an Inclinationto < C., winter who has in been KisHimmee.upending, her

|Ruth. and Mrs. G. I" Thomason, motored Honesty provides for His Family aDd Pays His Debts. to second leave in a few days for Knoxville CXJH>CS ___ u u u _ __ _. _u_ .. .___ __._____"

noon to to visit Unities relatives! City. Sundry for a after-I, 'Ito join her mother 'then accompany '. ':..:..:-:.:M-***':, .'>- x"M' -+rW0.}+.% -0 i}S } :--x
her to her home in Pulaski.! Va. Mrs.
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hours. Misforlune may come to fuch a man by chance, wiping out

Verde Miss, arrived Josephine! Friday:McQunig for a, of week-end Mount !,I I his little savings but HIS CREDIT is so secure that financial assistance con-sidered I' / i Money Saved on Things You Need!

is willingly given to tide him the l period of course.
visit oxer
with :Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd and : temporary i has made mnnv/ : friends here Vlurip"i ) '
other relatives.] She left Tuesday' distress. i her two season's sofoOrn, who will ::: 'i"J' .
for Tampa where! she will be the I! I regret to learn of her departure.The .. .., .f1' ,
guest of her sister. Mrs. II. M Clark. ;I, .. 'v
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Lupfer, Mrs.: No matter how small your salary may be, you can, Hamilton home in Lake Shore i'
Nellie Regcro Messrs.: E. I* Reep I Addition is the scene of a very :*:: For Two Weeks Only the Following
by managing deposit little in this bank
and Sam Lupfer, Jr., were among proper a nleasant house party this week. Mrs. :
the Kissimmee! people motoring to each week-even a doDar will make the start, and __ W. A- Hamilton arrived !Monday Prices on Red Cross Remedies ,
I night from her Toronto home fora f:
Tampa Sunday to attend the services
held by the noted evangelist, "Billy" your bank book will place yon on the direct route much needed rest. Mr. and.Irs.! .
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Sunday. when old age comes.STATE John Dick returned from one of their Vanishing Cream $ Eye' ---------7------ .17

Sergeant Joe Tnylor, of the ITfith excursions to points of interest in Y Castoria __ ___ ___ .19
Aero Florida. Mrs. W. A. Hamilton And Cold Cream -_______ __ ___. .17 u n\\
"" Squardon. who has been doing
overseas service for the past nine I son. nazi! who have 1 been visiting White Pine Cough Syrup____ .19
months, arrived Friday. He has been Mr. and Mrs. W. J. S. Carr nt Oor- Mentholatum (two sizes)

honorably discharged. Joe is like the BANK OF- onado Beach, returned home !Monday./ Antiseptic Cough Syrup u__ .19 ,
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Y 1'Jc and -+ uunu -38
other soldier boys mighty glad to '" Ironated Herbs nnn___- .78

Fee Kissimmee again. "THE CAVELL CASE." X Almond .nl ream ______I.__ .19
Mr. and of : u
Mrs. C. II. Squire, :J Stone Knot and Buchu,
Mitchell Ind., who have been spending "The Cavell Case," which Select
the whiter at Tampa, spent the Pictures announces for the Casino t Witch Hazel Cream____ __ ,19 (two sizes), 78c and____ .39
past week at the Milliard home ntMilliard's KISSIMMEERESOURCES Theater .Friday of next week is
Island, while en route the true and stirring; story of the life t Camphor Cream Unn__ .t9i Podosen ______ _'________- 39

home. She left Tuesday: morning.. of Edith Cavell, the British Red Amrico Face Powdernn: I Etc., Etc., Etc. I ',
Mrs. Squire is Mrs. llilliard's sister. 750000.00 Capital $100,000.00 Cross nurse, who gave up her life to r
Edith CaveH was not a spyshewas save those of several English soldiers f
not even accused of being one. who were being kept p,riso.ners in a These are only a few. Others of equal importance and value
But when Brand Whitlock pleadedfor dirty, reeking cellar in a hospital in
: her life he was answered in Officers and Directors: Belgium. Camphor Ice in Tubes, only 8c.' ,

.words.. that the world will never forret C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P. This picture, which was producedby REMEMBER FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY
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: "I am only sorry we haven't got Plunkett and Carroll was pictur-
four or'five English women to shoot. J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier ized by Anthony Paul Kelly, authorof EVERY ARTICLE GUARANTEED

Mrs. H. II. Huff, of Lakeland hast N. R CARSON, M. KATZ, the big Broadway success, "Three
>een the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. Faces East." John G. Adolfl\ directedthe
M. Tedder for a brief visit, returningto C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING, picture. It U remarkable in its CENTRAL DRUG 'STORE

her home Monday. Mrs. Hull resided N. C. BRYAN E. L. LESLEY, close adherence to the slightest detailof ,
here with' Mr. Hull during the the actual happenings in Belgium .
time he served the A. C. L. as agent J. WADE TUCKER, Directors. at the time. Brand Whitlock's docu- Phone 41 Sw

end has many friends who gave her ment is the basis for the-truth of the
a warm welcome. I II tory ..... .. . . . . .0..0..00.0. . . .....>. ....
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: SIX \. THE KISSIMMEE YALl,EY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH 28, 1919 _

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WINTER VISITOR KILLS.ENORMOUS i Resolutions I .. "'''''''''''''''''''"""'' "' ''"''' ''''"'"'"'''''+" ""11I"11I11"11I""+11If"m 'n"I""III""I""IIII"'I''III''' '' ''' 111""';'"'+ I
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WILD" CAT Wheicas i It :l>av pleased the Suprcwe ,1 I I I Ii

Hayes' Architect of the UnIverse L' J S "
send forth the Anjrcl) of Hi-nth to enter "

:1 Healing Honey I 11. e; flush! president of the Cincinnad I I had a No, 20 Riiuilk gauge pun with into the and home; take of our tlwrefl"onhi/ )nrothfi, A' I i "Schnarr's Spray Form I'II

( Steel 1 & dron Co., who .has 'him and the first hot brought ,Jt to 'JS. Nelson -

I lo( cm ,H f('uunt of Ma fricntU Sli 'liljiiLilian I tht in *it.ground l'ussy, hut"decided! / left plenty to of light/the I I.I.Vheras fdl'flt! lOll,,W.WU A.:<''Ni'lhftn the vUy, and of PiovjidencO ' 'I 1 ula" Is An Old Friend I II

Stops'II 'no, lit the Jraj-stonc hotel), had war' into (the enemy's territory carry and hare jasertilahie) 16 (is, yet w, ,

'.. .on unique oxperic-nte: Wt-dnesduy, j made a drive toward :Mr. 'know that "All 'thmjfi work to-rethe) I
rise? r, 0 f ]lust wcli", while on a ya('htiringe xditi hill !mecond! shot win more hush effect! but:ve I for the" rood! of thoie"S-jnu'timc"who love thI' I ,-I 1With A New Name : -, I
|><> \\ his IxtHt. I! His large: hunting 'knife. Hrotlicr will 'kn w why: his, son wu. I !

Tickle The ;party had iiKOiniuirk( \ and The cat was a andIr.: taken hofore his time. 1 .
beauty'
: nirideknow I
I Me It Resuved! Uy |r\e'rv liittth I : had/ entered a linnimork when Hush sent it to Jacksonville to have 1'wrl'f;' re, jro":
i he epioVl on cnoriiKJiit.vild. cut it mounted ap/ a memento of his ad anfjt 1!; Hlokvom! Lodge JCo. 1'('. l K. &01'j I I tit is the line "inhume, ; control! for white fly and mate. ,; I
c Heals! The Throat ct6u<-lu>d '('H' tllo limb of u tree lie | :M.. that wo otTer to Drothcr A. ; .facic (hattlrfre '-"
venture.forwaul '
RfMilis" fmin ilk ue liate Ixni ko < (\wnpletely ; ry t
__________ _ _ _ I Nelson und l his f.iitiJIy fur dN'P ,.
Cures The Cough I "ympathy r and l !IwC' ami"! would BKMIU' I I S w.i. 410) 1(>('111 for m>)' iinirm| nicnt' in llpi);. n'"J.t|! : . I "

t Price' 33c. CLOCKS T6 BE TURNED UPI j them !that lu'rciiVement.our lieart, l.lc:. '4' fr, tlll:1I I (Vtaf-intmlN i"', )IHHMerfMlure; !ba\s 'h'11 comment about a !

in their That ropof- I ililJ'i; difliiuhy in mixing!: fc I Rosolvrd{ Fuilher: A FREE BOX OF ONE. HOUR. ON MARCH 30TH i thee' inlutioni 'IJP pent" to our. l b
,- ''ri>n\pl( Brother copy> bo ;it;<'U'l l A:' aol ,nWihvexi'Ciiiiiints' : , we lw\e( j :\ -lbiid| Imam's I a- .. 1iI
: GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE -- the minutes. of our: I iHljre, 4.11,1"1 a coos I I Hli.j"t o'.Jool"\t.'u\\' SI
'D .\l'cotejhlll'* to nn act o( ,CojiirreBS! of one hour at 2 o'clock a. m' .. |lc !ent td the 1oe.l 1 ,pHfiei fflr'pu!)!!- ;!. ; ::
(Opens the Pores (land Penetrates) 1 $ / uckof t'i! v.ill .
1JIIK the t aE-nhL, ln tut ned forward one Ixiuc at 'larded! one' hour at the ..al11e' hour the .' ] : and '
1'ipcctfully.JtI1N ,
For ChetC1J,1Iead! Colds and -', It. 01., Svnxln-y) Marth :so. '1hi/ iM "0. i last Sunday in October.; The law went : ) 1. 0\'EH TnEIT.: I i fb.cSVHh: Hard Water : I II 2

Croup, i is cndos-eti' with every but I. nit in accordance "with the tle of IIA YES' I1CAUNG HONEY plan of. ttuliKtttutinir! one hour of smit Flonda was in the Central time zone .. H. I.. I.UM-KH' \: Stays Mixed j- j
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I :iht lit one end If the lov. for aniieti Uind) later placed in the Kagtcrn zone ComiUJttooSPEND 1 I, I ,
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You cot th'! c.'ugb Syrup and the,Salve (>f nt'iificia.! light) -tIt the other. ':('consequently the state' jretstwo I I . ---.- ..
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fur one |incd. 3..,;. I AfpoVilnn1 to the tirovlftont of tlic'n't hours more of daylight within the I! THE AFTERNOON FOR I 1 :c-lair's ?'|jiav r'JlI1I.Ic; Stlitum'' .IntrHiiideIt ; i"'I'f\, :i iI

Made.. Recommended and 1 Guaranteed to : of vonmcsn.. t.c! clocKs't> turned ,.jcar. ... .. OUT'OF' TOWN GUESTS j jMis. I !;;: I im\o'"tlii"iili likid I Udtrr, aid|( Mill not stMraif' | ill)) ...

the l'ublic'lvf'aris -..... + tuiUIt. ! II < Imiiiiu O'a'11.' =*".. - ; oJ.If
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Medicine' Company. ORLANDO IS READY FOR -.u.-1 I *' Klsic:! McCoskej' urae; an I As.I-dua"ti! !llOt'i.!ide! ik founded( :: ai> .SIte Iradir;! t,( 'all -

Manufacturers c>fGrovc's ternoon tea Saturday I in honor uf'l j|'rmt( ;.for l' IJ"I.ine.t.) it is .K thai. its, IIIlIkt'tslJitiII'4, J A'c: _ :1'i

Tasteless] Chill Tonic / STATE S. S. CONVENTIONlodging i not:Mils|' ..:.MfKaurmhd Kuril(: .\LhI'd1Oi! 'and are \isitilii'(Mlns' Klon-; ut 1 I 'g" tie' Oft:' .' to' Mi-irtiipe'' ''. tin. *" I l'u"lioIler( ,.lilliciili. ; ", k ,:."-'J'. .,(.'."j ,l ffSi .{,'" ". :' "IIi iJ "

_m "')11_ -- ----: I (t1e, home wf Mr. 101d! Mrs.; A. M.I StorV. -' 5,4 ( );<. riSKiMiJ! : "It tnifclrf. at.ItvlPlKfc"I , '"'',!* (k'>\'I'' *h
......,. '1 Final preparations have been coni- / and breakfast. I J i I 1"">' "cI! in tl"* ti'i'\* 1 it.lI5IhSl(05: (ail l, Sn the laIIlehihiECr, 14't(
p1ttc1' for the State Sunday !School i I A II lovers of music! will be glad to I The e\tnt"\\ II K 4' "I'11>(>nd the nflef- i 1 J' 'l.ik I till tlIt, old, rrltal! U' S-'Jilan's! IJ..ec'lci.k. :i iVc Mjliriliy', -
(C"I1\'nti nlurh will meet iniundo 01" knothat the noon .iffair, the (:uoats liriiiKini ,' '. 1r I 1-.,
program comnfittcv '
Ask Vour 'Grocer I : tlicir. f. rw"olit I lor ,divernioii. Of' ; if( I IriIa, grc.\\tr*.. i
A pi it 2, a i uiul -l. Hfcoi'dijif fi hns secured the services of''I lr. i I : Ii
.1. O \Velih. of .1 lH'kl / S. Jenkins, of Atlanta, tu j jI : \.i u 'liil 'fcilitimt'i' .Sl'tn| (! 1.r..rllin,, (i It'l ( I
So" rctnrv/ of the lorid.i' Sunday lead the convention( music. 1 1 : I numlieis \\'(' '(? enjoyed, :Mr\ *: "
I it v.111 Ut I mill il I 'IILh') l c'"ullo,1 I white fly a",1) unit itI
I r .list t qi < "mi I ,
with! .
S<'hool Association.' | A banner \"II be awarded the J.\'le"! Story, whA "11:1 pre4(11t
The ortrani/alion of the ontcitajJimcnt county having the' largest 'nuil1 to h..I' hei imall StIll, Vit'toi.( rendering ulieailtifti I'I'J. I I5I.'S uml tint it ",ill mix,;i \\"4tli twill.iKr';<;ul! uav iihtd,

(onmlittcp, under the !iter-< rtr delegate's in proportion to the ( ) \' i ii.J': in\.ttili| ".wav |"rmi' ill- *.':'riel\ ddlhl/ : > --iiay.] ( i
,)lIJ,) of Mm.: :II.J). ()rlotl'p.t! and miles tiuveled.Kvciy/ The) ftOents( 6nj( i" yeil tea with hot I -
tho local preparations/ it i;is suul.; are : white Sunday School ''''C1'k- teu, duiHcuit'! nnd! cnkos \\ huhtis' I - ,,1.;. ,

the I lip- t in the historv of the -Stale. or |in every tale i is l unite] to he thcie"Come ,v the hosti"i.'I a . 'J, Stlmorr Company. : ;

A II who ,ith'iiil 1 will 'he. in von fttv for all things aic ready." II : Orlando Fla.Orrfrrn '
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HASTINGS POTATO CROP LOSS 'PRETTY PARTY FOR DEPARTING i I' :
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TWENTY-TIVE PER CENT | FRIENDS. :;,j BUREAU[ ., i:' ., .: ,- ,' -.i ii -

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( iunl\" Fnnnrent K. VV, 1.0..1. MisI.I.. II. Inmain WIIH hostei1'i ,' i --- ( '( tlfiJ'riifrd< ( ., (/''tit'I A/Ufi:ft, .;.". Iha-w; ta-, ;if.
'I, ''Ha'lt.III 1 I l I l / ,inpc( <.tmn;I Jnp' of the potato "lily iftc'inoon, from 4 to t I rit rofIHMH .'J"/I' / ,'Ohnfl'rIi ii

(-<'0,0&:";..:..:--:.-.:..:-<-.;..:-.-.;-.:..-:..:..:-..:..:. IjoI4k! m tin' li.i-.t.nf' Wrrfd KlKton: div the prettiest social I ('\'CfltS ol the '"- I. I In1 naked <'ye; Knnuias' \ (union) tiiiijx( f ; : r If'fJ.J Jri,(fS,,1fl.fi thu-V, <.:% >/I-,r in ci':.:':;://i/uriiie:.,/ 111 .:tar, :(.IHIKI,if .*l/mr/ ftijlit<:1iI,lfl-itfV .. ,, a
S ti"RI t \"('. tenlavurd hi" found that son. ('fltcltltifliIlg" hei ("lends: at tli I, did moie thanJliti: ( ,>.(itil( d.im.ige( ( to l,_'"_r/ur it ff ii.*tn. it T,(I-. i/ ;"9"'ir i ">j. Hiti uf/', i/i Ardor i
I Crystillized Salt fish 1:1':i floncof,; rain I Ila\-t' ilone conulor'ili1 I I Hint I I :\'l11orial building i i ni"lhlIu"t >'i'.ir. in tlu- >-.,niiiti.v ,. It I ;a wi.H* nria h a If' no ,"", -
: ': iliiiuiire? (Un) tic, voiy l low l, n
: Direct From Our Boats ::' there are pr.utiiMlfy) no ilntinutz :, C, I'an.r.1; "i's. A1.: .. I'lamand ,'-. i ('I larnins' Bulletin lui)7,!) '"( '"n-/| =
Fishing {; 1 :<-- facilities, the' lo: : .( To You :y z: : will louili 75 pel o'ent1an: )' heldI'i.iIji'd for their northern homes, nnd t ihv: i:fllteJ Mates clepaitment of :lII"lJtur. ; | 1U1l1U'''',' II""II,..,.1'11'' '''"",j"11011"1'' ',''''''''''"+1U1I'1' '' "'11'1111"' "+"""111111"11I1111I1111''.", ,,,""" (( ( (,' 4-

_____ S1! ( injury and onic, woie onlj hours were sJ| infoiijiillv i I in d.iinty i \ .., Wnshincton( / ,. I II. C., tells' !MI\\ -
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'ecl. :\1 Lord 'f'nt ti control it. -a -
; slirhlldainni| r o timaites fancy \\0 or in ''C'oIlV'r..utlOlI'l)
Delicious, Fresh Caught; Salted; :X: (
Ihnt the \\holo crt);p will a\'<;iajre i- :Mrs 1'rain pl.ned a hoautiful jil.nni ,
Fish, direct to the consumer by ::: II I loss of about 2.1:; per" eent number, then very gracefully le<- | I K your farm .ood'" to l look at ? I If .E. O. PAI TEn FKllTIUXKIl COMPANY
prepaid-parrel post or express 0i- Far I hack from the road in the Klk- ponded to the insistant cnco/c with. not, make it .o aU ('1I<'Ii,,' that the I

15: 11)s for $2.0I1r:1(> :: ton
.1. This wns due to inadequate the conclusion of the afternoon ment for it," and utay there IIltadl-1 I'orlili/ers I Insecticides Sprayers. Poultry Supplies
Special price ,in Barrel lots. :;: ,dnunajre und the low level of the the hostess assisted by her daughter, 'of going to town to live.
If : gl'uund.-St. Augustine Record. ilrene" and :Mrs' Roberson served, d'- ---:'" "or thirty! years we have been manufacturing' fertilizer. in llni Siste---we bave: aiiifird cuf
have never tried our Pruning f'lu.t
you :: i is practiced upon I .
in Florida.
| licious fruit salad, saltines' cakes omen m ever/ county)
Crystalized Dry Salt Fish you .:- F. A. STROUP AND FAMILY and 'trees for many different purposes, .
punch. EVl'ry.det of the luncheon -
.
the most important of which are: 1 Write For latest Price. I.isl. I'riW always! i. !1.! rlh! QualityIdeal
have missed a rare treat. MOVED HERE FROM OREGON was attractively carried out !in a '
((1)) encourage the"growth; (2)) to' -
white color scheme in harmony with
THE ST. GEORGE GO : I P. A. Stroup has arrived with his \the near St. Patrick's Day. shape fruit growing.the tree; and ((3): ) to 'regulate ..,...- -

:Mrs! Ingram's guests wore: Mes-
'family from Portland, Oregon, to
St. George on the Gulf 3: make his home on Ole Fish Lake dames.! Paver, Frain. Moetc-h, I.aslev: ,
'I Souders, Uronson, Bailey, Buttoi, The impro\cd road diag. to improve ..4.PCATALOG ...
APALACHICOLA FLORIDA i property, between Kiisunmee and St. .
:: roads, is described by a !bulle
Hullock Wagner. Overstreet. Summers
/ -
Cloud. :Mr. Stroup purchased this issued, the U S. 1
tin by departmentof.
4 :-ooH+ several with the Alexander Robci son. Stanford,
I :* property years afro
I, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ :idea of coming here, !but hr.s been unable I I Wells Aultman, Lesley, Mcl'hatter! agriculture, with Washington tools can I n.build C
Any man handy
Paulk Pl'r8onsavlor.I; Turner,
to his affairs that
arrange so Winn. McCrame. J, J. TUcker. H. one in a short time at small expense
H he could leave until the
HOG BONA Oregon pres- '
Ale of them in use \yi Florida'
'cot time. II. Harper, A. S. Drawdv.) of OrUndoj any .
I He already has conrfoi,table : ; W. C. Bass. J. W. :Miller and her nittS;;
I a res. Rural C'o'm organized forcollecJjyejjLmarketingjjenable'i
SUBSTITUTE FORTiA'N : :
i idcnce on the propel.ty,.;.wherehe;will aunt., Miss Lizzie Crawford,,. ,- :Mr," the small

; K A GE\r: I eflgagej l."toek'iJ r&sing; "Rnd flreneral. l3reakerl, and hert si8ter'i f I'S1efllowsM : ) produceritto'ii'obtain'Brgood prices CSTABUS1IED SEEDMtRs.
issf! Elizahethu1tnianhclJean
\ : frnun1Iecwi1I(1evo.te! ; .: KpN'ia attl'ntlonJjt)1t'attlelra".dn through t : elling il.without, its ODOR andATHALITHI3COST ( and the j'UClts: I'ntt orson olKntu Dackedlproduct, jnBKuantity.! ProiluctafunJibe -
: feedstufTs \ J\irs% Wcsll' nro1.'D1IH(1JC \ ; I ,, ,. ,
.
=ing4of : . ldwl'lI WndTuC'k c' ) ) h pped U>yihe cailoadwheri'a "
r ONLY-$3.00 -"" -". -- number**of 9 producers coopeiate. -
100 Ib SACK MON '
per Chronic Constipation.There Caldwell, Frances Bay; :Maude
jr EY HACK if results not satisfaC'tory.jo'EJolHNG Alice Wllj'nerlnd: / Ethyl Roberson. .
lHIUX.'TIONS--Mix: thoroughly are people who never have a I .
t 5 Ibs. Hog Bon with 95 Ihs.t movement of the bowels without it is The (Director for Liberty: Loans for
I ground grains. Feed wet (slopped) nr6ducd by a cathartic. Most of them I CHRISTIAN CHURCH the U.' S. Treasury Depaitment
t or dry in feeders. broucrht this condition on themselves 10:00: -Sunday:; : School. that Liberty Ion! N to the value of I .:--.O.. : :..;-<-.:..;..)"...:..:..;......:-:...... -:-<-<..: :..:..:..:..:--:..:..:-:-:..;..:..:-
dollars haveIeen
For Sale by bv" the use of mineral waters and J 11:00: -Sermon.lr tierhaps half a billion .t. h
f 0. strong cathartics/ that take too much\ I PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY : >- P. C. E. :
water out of the system and,! aggravate not recognized as l'cspon"ible.l :z
t J4f'Kso' II.I.I. ..'.. ". the disease they lire meant to telieve. 7 : Sermon. -wild cat mining,: and other schemes .f

A mild laxative tonic tike Prayer meeting each Wednesday ;:: : i
Chamberlain's Tablets affords a gen- evening at 7:30.: L. A. S. each Thurs At a recent meeting of the British -
Cotton: Growers'" Association, the :
tle movement of the bowels thut you day. (
hardly realize has rhairman, Sir Henry Birchenough f
been
produced by Junior C. E. each Sunday at 2:30 said "It is for capital Inor. :
I medicine, and their use is not so I : necessary! -
RTrBONDS likely to be followed by constipation r p.m. > and cxefybodv: to pUll togethef: Fertilizers
LIB Young$:: Ladies' Circle meets each i in this matter because sooner or later ":!

second Sunday. there will not be enough cottonto
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AT THE HART MEMORIAL _ "
are advised; to hold' them. If I FOR WINTER VISITORSAn I C. W. B. meets the first Fridayin go: around. r r

you must sell, deal only with | each month. Under the Federal road .net which! : .

responsible bankers. We original and decidedly pleasant Church Boar meets first Sunday carries an annual appropriation of Ideal Brands as ever will give you

reception was given Tuesday evening afternoon each month. $75,000.000. Florida will get $012.- +
Buy and Sell at the hart Memorial for the You are cordially invited to our 449.89 in 1918!; I.0f>0,214.f,8 in 1920! ; 1 1$1.147,59i40 best results. < :
winter visitors: Mrs. M. A. Clark w in 1921. a total of $3: ,- .

presided and while no formal program services. 15025897. To get this, howeverhe i Complete formulas, any analysis.
LIBERTY BONDS was carried out the guests generally 31-tf. W. H. Coleman; Pastor. state will have to spend an equal

All Issues and Denominations. took part in some feature arranged ,amount. Proportioned to prevent waste. t
for their diversion. YOUNG SET ENJOY MERRY -
I Write us if interested. Miss Roberta Branson The U. S. Secretary of Agriculture :
presided at Prompt shipm nt. :
the EVENING AT LESLEY'SThe has written to the governors of
; and the old
piano played familiar
.
TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA airs which dear to heart all the states to take up with their ; .
and while are the audience every young set motoree} out to the legislatures the question adequate ): :a:
Capital and Surplus, $2,000.000( lever sang attractive home of Mr. and :Mrs. E. laws to protect sheep from dogs, :
'o'clo.ral'lIo'Hl"\'o verses'written on modern .I.. Lesley Friday night for informal : Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.
Member l< )'st..m .hemes. Miss Hronson also rendereda : an Farmers' Bulletin No. 135:! discusses! ): '
ATLANTA GA. very pretty piano solo. As'the party. A Victrola furnished the the matter at 1irgth.Vrite to the : Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers '1'.
music, and punch was servedthroul'hout Department at Washington for a '1'
(iuhilee for campaign the : reconstruction to raise Osreola'sluota I, the evening. copy. : Jacksonville, Fla. ::
--- -- prob- The guests numbered about fifty. _
: ems and world wide prohition dosed, : t
be handled cheaply
Sheep can
very

FOR STUBBORN on the the day dn\e it should was l litting be related that echoesof ()s- MEDICINE: : VS. FOOD. when given a chance. They furnish .<..: :..: :..: :.. ,..;-.o.- : : :--:..:--:--:--;.) : :.) :..:..:-: : -:--:..:..) :. .
,
quick returns and provide many sources
Ho not buy something which
'ola you
( ( of
county was given a quota
of profit, direct and indirect, -
already have. You have food which
$!40IJ( and was the first county in the
COUGUS AND when bred on the farm as they
COLDS feed horses, cattle and
state to go over the top with theo sub- you your
iheep but when wait medicine, should be. Sheep are highly domesticated -
cnption list you
Dr. K-ln'sN w Discovery :Mrs! W .1. Fripp was introduced buy only medicine That is what you : and become readily adaptedto Offering of Breeding Stock I III
circumstances. The chief draw- Spring
.- baa a fifty year record hv !Mrs Clark and asked to tell some ret in B. A. Thomas' Stock Remedy.We '
I pf her remmscences of white ribbon sell it and guarantee it to be back in Florida is the existence of
behind 10It medicine. We te'l that it will too many hungry dogs.
workers she had known. !Mrs. Fripp you .
will pnv jou to Innpeot thoHurot I'uvour \n" urn ( iontH f i'umUH '
I built"Its reputation on Jt produc. i" always heard with interest and this tone up and the entire system of your The British Commercial;' Review, Sows II..lid IKi.us \\(<' offerlieforp \V'<< h.iv I tno thmiMnml. '
lock aid djg e.stion, thereby 1 1'.8 and the In r"'HI h..d l of
tion of positive results, on its surcncsu occasion was/ no exception to the rule. them causing referring to the manufacture of orange . hu\liK! We own "HUHFANNY r'-clsi-r.d/ I IIU<..KH In th<. i i4..Ulh.
to all tht food value
get out
i IA relieving: the throat irritation of At the conclusion of the program, wine, in the West India colonies 011 ION," Blr'd i i.y 011-

I! cold, cough, grippe and bronchial as the evening was not spent, old- of Waters the! grain& carson that Grocery you feed Company.thl'In.- claims that "this product is on ION CIinitllY KI-S'l. nnd web \Vi'>n, brofid have DclKlnn mn....B. I 1".1 nml| III I'erthori uniif --
Attack fashioned games were introduced and a fair 'level, both in taste and boquet, <,llevo the h"chr': prlcfd BOW the fInest spttnlHh: Ja cUn) In
!'Dr. KIng'. New Discovery Why, old and young alike laid formality with ordinary Madeira or French <'vc'r brought to riorldn. a full America,
my folks wouldn't use anything elael1'Tb aside and entered into the spirit of TOURNAMENT AND TEA AT wine of a similar age In color it litter IIl t'r of tho Grand Champion \Vnlklll 1'I(tins won' lilffhfHtprlios
,
&t'. the feDeral nation-wide esteem the fun. COUNTRY CLUB SATURDAYA approaches that of a cherry, but it of I he United Hmtfs. who Jnrludltiir'I I'r<, lct'I1I'H!
- In which thin well-known remedy id Those receptions are held each Hul can be made to assume a rich, deep at the Florida State Fulr
i F ield. Its action id prompt, its Ute Tuesday evening with music and lit handicap approach and putt golf port color without the use of 'Va can supply you nt roason-
,
I eMant. iu relief gratifying. erary programs, ,to which the public tournament will be held at the country ious chemicals." injui'I I able prices with Hereford and There Is nn alarming shortage -
Half century: _ of cold and couch: generally is invited. club Saturday afternoon. Mr.L. Hhorthorn bulln cows nml of breeding animal, and we
TICK-IMMUNE: and udvlHU
1 .checfclng.Sold: drugfittt everywhere. A. Hamilton has offered a most Habitual Constipation Cured ACCL.IMATPL(rnlv.-H all now making your elfcliun
; FOR KENT-Furaiahed flat with desirable prize- for the lowest score. In 14 to 21: Day
4 'Bowe1s Out of Kilter modern Improvements W B. Hair's: Mrs. Charles Paver, Mrs. A. M. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially- A FINE SPANISH JACK HKADY FOR SERVICE

/That'd nature calling; for relief. Gazette office.. 14-tf, Frain, Mrs. P. C. ButtorfT and Mrs. prepared Syrup Tonic-Laxative for Habitual
AMist her In her daily duties with Dr. E.: E. Wells invite their friends to- a Constipation. It 'relieve promptly but The Walkill Stock Farms CompanyGreen
,. King's New Life Pills.; Not a purgative urove's Taatele chill Tonic benefit tea at the country club Sat should be taken regularly for 14 to 2i daysto I

In the usual dose but a mild, effective. Mttore vitality and energy by purifying aDd enriching urday afternoon. Induce regular- action. It Stimulates and Cove Springs Florida
i emrectlve laxative that tease* the : the blood. You can looa toil It. Sirentfthenin Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c L ,
a Levels into action and chases "blues. I ,. lavigoratln T.tr_. Price eoc.I Subscribe for the Valley, Gazette. I per bottle. I


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THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1919 SEVER .

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Bratton Clifford Chapman Billie A cxTtlfted: ch.'ek for fSnn.On pss's1 I A. D. |ISIs by the'Honorable, Jnm<>.. W. 1
ry
ACHES AND PAINS MANY GUESTS VISIT HART Hyatt, Maynard Paulk, Marvin Ty. let.t KimlinnU-v.. t<1 the Trrnsurer.-Fluildn. must ot the uceunijmnycUeli ("lty of :MI'\.l1lh'Perkins I Ju.lce-ot l'Ir'ult the Circuit of Florida Court.. t

ner. bid. and for Osceoln In chancery, .!
MEMORIAL REST ROOM Third Grade R. _.. The right Is .reserved to reject. pny wherein Flynn-llnrrU-nultard Company I'

RELIEVEDYou'll Jennie Schilder. Josephine Griffin and .n hldll a 10rlnrllh,", was compllln..nt. i
QUICKLY, .\loI""B uU t'i Mrl.enii et
-- { a .rfndanI. >
S .. Mary Yates 'Harry Lee Swain, Carl of tlie Cllvof KlKnliiimiM. Klurlila, will offer far sale nnd.sell between '.
(Written for Last Week.) The out of town guests having Ledbetter, Stanley Chapman, Nonan care of J. It. Gilbert, Olty Clirle ", the legal I hours of snlo on th7tli
the room.ibis week Graham. <15Ab 1 > J H 1JIMU5HT I of April.. A. n.I isis. the "
Tho Hart Memorial .rest room was registered. at;, rest jl'Jl. rferk. ('llv itf KlmlnuueeSealed daY nnd bent Mdilnr. for cash. the
visited last weClc<< by forty-five guests, are: > Third Grade A. following dencrllM-d land situate, ly- ,
find Sloan's Liniment many: of whom availed. J,>>emselves of Mrs. B. L. Smitfi, Jr.. Knoxville', -Alice Barber Lydia Hodnett o'rlC I' "0 C''II'I.1t I(14)II'4, Inv and heliiir In the Counties of Osceola -

softens the' severe the library privteges also. .., Tenn.; Mrs) C. W. Z/eager/ St. Cloud; Katherine Warn: Franklin Erf-. ,. fluId UrniiKe, State of Florida

rheumatic' ache Valuable publications issued by the Mrs. A. St. Germaine. St. Cloud; wards Charles Tyson' Evelyn Paulk, ("It). -uuncll bids of-the.will ,ho City recv-lvo.l of 18111..0.icy l tht. MX I .: In. orsnice ('nu..

departments of the government are I Miss Mary P. Brown. Franklin. Ohio; Geneva Hobergon. bounty of O..la" State at Florida, All nt Section one I nt ;,Northeast Cqusii'ter

received at the library from time to Mrs. M. M. Sumner Jacksonville\ Fourth Grade U. nt Ih., CHy .il all In 1 Kliwlmme... K1..J' and Southwest' quarter of Section
.. Frldav, April Ht\1.\ two; (2)) : all of Hurt Ion three IS)
"'Ia.; W. 'II. Gross Louisville, Ky.; Herbert Schweikart <1rt. tll T3U: p. m, .
time. Among these are: of J. .1..
or
the
dreddlair "I"| quarter
for th HlllliK by Sllth"e.t
'I DID
Put It on freely. Don't rA It fa:! :I'ho.statement of lion. Wm. MV. Mrs Walter Newberry, Lewiston, Fourth rade:; A. I rex lUin tti s' KPII ucres of la.ilel.. tli'innstrurtlnn .. Southwest quarter thereof; al,10"
Ju t let it penetrate naturally. What a adoo before the Interstate Commerce: I!'111.; Miss Hariet Zoll, Lewiston III.; Alexander 'Akerman. S of n Flfchlnir Iter nml four
enM of soothing Cclicf soon follows!Iif Committee on the subject of' "Exten-j Mrs. Gertrude Zimmerman St. Fifth Grade:; B. tout' HaBln. and for a ("onimerclul the Improvementof I Iigrkami tiio"lOast Southwest of the quarter Knst; half thereof of Section: the,
'Owr.'o"k
: External aches, stiffness "serenes", sion of Tenuer of Government Con- :Cloud; Mrs. Annie S.' Nichols Ohio\ ; *1 Ina rbay, Tina Schilder Julia Led- (he' l l.iki-shorn of Unite .Tuhopekall-! fl\,' tl h.1 Northeant, quarter of Section

cramped muscles strained tinewa, trol.jof Railroads;" I ITlie Mrs. Nettie Pettel, Pennsylvania; better Ethel Owens, :Minnie Hudson. .lia. In the Oty nt Klnnliiiniee.. brideS' half I Not S went quarter of Sectionneeu

back "crick! "-rlho8c ailment. can"fight second report of Provost Mar i ishal Mr. Rope, Florida ; J. G. Archolt Air 5'' Fifth (lra; ?le A. aeeerdlliK I ailopted to detail by plans the Oltv nVul/ round npeelflcations -! % half 17) ;1. of Hast Heel half Ion and eluht Knst( S)half; West ofV'.iet

off the relieving qualities ot General to the Secretary, War eson Ohio; Mrs. F, -A. Greswald St. lintel Bass, Rosella Cooper, Vivian flied now on Hl" In the City Clelk'ii of- half of Section tilne' 45) : Suutheaiitquarter.

Sloan'a Liniment. Clean convenient... on the subject "The Operation of the j Cloud; Mrs. R.. A,' 'Converse Min Floyd Irene Spence. "II"". ... .Mast built of Southwest quarter -

economicaL' Ask any druggist for it. Selective Draft System." j neapo1isMfin.; 'Mrs. Irving/ St. John Sixth Grade B. CnHi iiroposal must be aornmiia tiled H.ul'.t. quarter of 101h""tqln.'r
.1 liv a rerUlli-d( I cheiiue Issued l hy a Ktntor << II"H..lx C..t
Publications of the Federal Board ] Newton 'N. J.j; J. A.' Allan, Toronto Mary Louise Snodgrass. National I HunU, "nnd pn>'n.l>)le at of Northwest qlllfl..r flout hweftLiuaiter

for Vocational Education. These include ',Canada, ; !Mrs.\ Frank Rhea.. Washing Sixth Grade A. 'ICIII It ih. older of the .Cltv ..f Mst of Section Hexenteen (17) ;

Sloan'sE. bulletins on each of the four' ton. F). C.; Mrs. G. B.. Kmdall,-Cleve. Katherine Mpseley, Eugenia Aker- hi Ii'n'e<', fur ti! mini of I)IH' TI,00h'ti 1'Inill.ir1 South.I of half I of 1..ln. 1 "tht""I. < 18)1 I
I < ".<")&oil* ). Kald' |>roiimaliniiMt | al H.'to. NIIPt. q ; 1.11 on. ,
[kinds of vocational education; agriculture land, Ohio; Mrs. !II, Y< Benjamin, man Eunice Rivers: be l".t'sentvd In a sealed, l envelope' > nnd : Not Two (2I f nndNortheast

commerce. home economics Mannington, W. Va.; Dr. and Mrs.\ Seventh Grade B. .."..,'.-.....1 to the c.ICI'I'k'! .iiinl. teen rk- quuiter ., Sittithwext qunrter

an Mrs. K.: F.' Mallory Jr.. Springfield) ley, Madge Rivers. lji|.C,,,".''''<"in N, lesN
are also bulletin on monograph 4 V" lifted I ,eleq u.i of all uiiHiiepeB ( 29)! XoitheaHt 'quarter of Northeast
etc.:' on the re-education ofdiRableil 1'1Mr W. A. Barnard, lowaj ,Mr." Seventh Grade, A. fill 1.1 ld soldiers, .'Imiron. and marines Sloan, Iowa; Mr. und Mrs. John Halt Mac Winn. almt the dl...|CCC of b It.> mirceHBful (3<) : 10amt: linlf of Section Thirty-
Went half of
one ( Section Thlrtvtwo -
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giving' the system used in other Sloan Iowa; Mrs. M. V, Lee, Sloifn < Eighth Grade B. bidder 1",,"". on vxecutlon' of tlir runlrnrtand I ( W:. XiAithuent I iiuaiter of Noith- -

countries; pur own law and appropriation lown.; I D). A. Magonne. Pottsville O.; Louise' Barber. TlH'\ Huciesfifii1 i' bidder or hid l tiers. \.., quarter of Section Seten (7 I, nil
Conneaut Ohio Eighth Grade A. 'I will d tii ,iis' 1 IIOIK! ,.. I In TouiiHhlp Twentv.-four C Houlli,
( toward that end; information II. J. Short and wife ; bo i'e na I (31)) ICnstlIiiKi'
for the men themselves and voca E.<; L. Harmon Aurora, Ind.: ",W. B. Zelma I iron son,, Genicvc. ,, I.aiiKiiint. |w.'nl>("'C.lUo his per or cent their. ilbt hl.1! )ur hf.the M.ln, ties: / l'I'h..U..II.. l.ii', Tlit'l) y'"I" <3(;),

Aiwa I'd and wife. Elinhoro. Pa.! Mrs. Emery Brown.: I T..w".hl.N.I.rour. ( South,
tional opportunities.A I Hucli boiKl. to b.e l'.tt ,'loi.y; to the C
_. manual of the Metric System of B G. Parker Sioux Rapids, Iowa; High School l nt'.t| I Oltv VmiiK'HThe flee ago Tlii'l 9' (3fl) num.Southwest .

Mrs. F. B. Parker Sioux Rapids, la.; First year: J. J. McCranic, Ruby '<'II,. iNiiinoll rettery the right :quarter of Southwest;
S. HOfFMAN M. D. weights and measures;' the legal : Oliver. 'i to eject any nnd nil bids. iOipJ quarter of Section Four ( 4) : Kant teal?
standard of twenty-four nations and Miss A. M. Gregory Pineville Ky.; I e '*'s of tin I *. plaiiH ii nil 1 OCULIST AND J OPTICIAN rapidly gaining'preredenco in world Mrs. N. R.' Patterson. Pineville. Ky.; Second year: None. I ninbe obtained I for tin* sum of of Southeast. '1I'h', half ofSoirthM'eHt
Cloud Third year: Percie Oliver Five I Dollars, < fionl A Inn J.MncPonounh !Uarl.r. Southwest quarter
Mrs. Dora L. Francher St. ; Lucilc S5.,1 '
Eyes Examined by wide .
a Regular RegJHtered use. y Klsslnimee. or.1... (2(1), I In Township
- ------------ Harvey. Ruth Camnbell.i NIl'h.o"r.
------ -- --- 424) South. hangs 'hlr-
I'h)' idan. 1"1., or inny, b. examined. I at the Tw..nll-rn..r
S i Fourth year: None. -:est. ICxceptlnif l however -
of the (
Glasses Titled. MISS LILLIE FARNSWORTHIN tion of' the splendid objectives of the .Clc. 1.II..ln..r.I . L.AWHON.PreHldent Ihf Norlh half of Section Seven
thrills the whole Church. (7). Towimhlfi. Twenty-fnur (24)South
Movement of cicib.
Broken Lens tinI'lly Coo
Duplicated. SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK SUITS TO ENFORCE CLAIMS .1 Uantto Thirty-one (SI) tnl,
I While ,we have not reached the J, H City ('ie'k.c .
111.11'HT. ..
28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. O eeola 4'ouaty.
'Great Drive for the pecuniary objective | AGAINST THE RAILROADSI fit. J. Mid 'I i >;( I.ll.I. \.t half. North half of Northeast
The Sanford Herald contained a 4 ____Clly Ni. t..r.
there are not a few who are ,already : South hnlf of the Southeast '
trood half-tone picture of Miss Lillie I! I quarter the Northeast quarter of theOllh..R..t
indicating' their to go 1 In <1. F. KIUIUIS A. AKISHMANV Karnsworth last week together with I I I modest purpose of $:J5,000; Washington, D. C., March 17.- l'.uuf. >. nt n..11 ..cl I qUlrt..r of Section One (1),
beyond the sum
... \ J. 8TKI3I U the. following announcement which I Senator Park Trammel!. today Slate wt Kl. .ln.VAhJDATIO.V Tn".hll' Twenty-flva ((25)) Ioulh.
KM
000 asked for by the Commission.The made nit e Thirty-one Hast.
a personal cr.ll (1
KRIBBS AKERMAN will be of interest to her many Kissimmee of Conference upon Judge The) North half of ( Four (4)) and
AND STEEDAltnrur friends secular papers our Payne General Counsel for the I Director )i- IIP HOVDS. IN TUMSl Five (5) of Hluck "l le' of Robert has'
: are devoting much space to the : t < >F fST.ftot).IMI, CITY ill'1 KlSIMMI (*. ,
) ansi ( .n'.I..r. a( l.rtvv.KlNMltumrr General 'of Railroads, relativeto Addition to the Town of KIBsln
Florida. "Alias Lillie Farnsworth, for many movement and their splendid influence the difficulty that has been <:iO. 1"loHIU.\lIIUXlell'\ In Ur.. ('<>. ". 4
years a teacher in the primary department the side of this great experienced CUHI' .H\ North "al of t4t-et.n ICIiihteen. is
I .....u..r.1 rnrltor lu nil N'n<" and InltrdMinim of the Sanford schools has on in Florida in getting Jcgal; \-N. Norlh Section Seventeen I
r<>urlK. recently Been appointed Sunday cause.\ Col. W. F. Stovall. owner and service of process in suits for the PTATB OF F1OH1DA.4ttlc \\eKt half of Nurthenst quarter 7. I
publisher of the Tampa Morning enforcement of claims against'the hub of Northwest' quarter. NOlth.a.t'Iuort'r
School Elementary Superintendent of Tribune has just Indicated his pur. railroads. \ ** fo Show Cnune.To of Southwest quarter and
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell) the Alabama Conference with head- to the fund t ". Tiixpayeis: and CltlEetiM I of I h. Norlhwest 'l Uie rte'r of Southeast quarter
CRAWFORD & JARRELL quarters at :30 VandivttfBldffa Montgomery nose to contribute $750.00 Senator Trammcll succeeded in Cltv of KlHHlminee. I In tho County of of. leI," Twenty .(2el) ; West hal
: through Hyde Park church. This is getting a letter from Judge ( iHi'eola. and 1111' of Fli.ilila: of S. ct I Thfm-one ( HI ) : West
I'ayne.stating .
ATTOItNEYS.AT.LAW Ala. addition to whole pages of Centenary that service You nre Ii.-..,. :. 1 he'd and retjulred I and Went half I of East half of Section
"She has i been arranging for Teacher information that he is pub- may be made up- i t to Hhow ('IUH" I If nnv >ou lm>'e. boforc ,Kite I 5) : ami, West half of West half
Offices: 4, 6, C, and 7 Citizen Training Courses all over the conference I of the on agents just the same as was authorized Ills llonoi. JII"'" XV. I'elldliH I ,. of Sertlon Klitht: ( M., all In Township
I lishin While not a member prior to government control. at his ofllee I in I lit'Land Ftttilda% in T\\ ,',el'-feeir (24) l.ulh. KUIIK Thirtyone -
Bank Building and she with other state MHhodist church. he is able to see This however does "h"\'r th. Jnditc, tnaV be ... Aptllthe I (1 Kast.
Jklssimmee: Florida ; workers holds these courses, thus other thinking men see not apply' to Hlli I I'.UH: at 1:31: p ",.. or us noontheteafter Also 111 ". timber which Is Irowlnl
helping the local Sunday schoolteachers I as many claims arising while the railroads as see iii' eiin I bi. I heiitd. w livthe or Htandlntr upon" the following
become that this is the greatest Movement were under private mana m'nt.I hondH I, the abo\e menlliined i action estate, situate, lying: fuel belnK In the
DR. W. W. CARSON and officers to more since Pentecost and will do much towards Hhould not \altduted a eel l C''"- (-ounty of ()rauee. 11"1' of ..Iorldl.
efficient in their work and enablingour the wounds of a war- twined aceiiidlnu I to the statutes III I owltNorlhwest:
DENTISTOffice schools to become A No. 1. healing of I For Rent-Two furnished flats H U eli cases made IL ltd l provided. quarter seal Southeast
.. Farnsworth left Sanford last torn world. Tens of thousands J. I,. OVKUSTHKICT.144t. : qunrter of Section Two (2) ; North half
over Pilley Building "Miss with modern
men are thinking the same way and : conveniences. W. B. : Clerk, ..f said Court. and SoutheiiHt) qunrter of SectionTwelve
Office HourI: -II. 1-I summer. goin# from here to Washington will transform their thoughts into a Harris Gazette: office. 38tf.LEGAL (12)I ; North half of .
Oi.>4 ''I'hon Its Residence Than IIUM I D. C.. where she held rn important %lt'l'iI': 01" AI'Pr.ll'TIII% "'ni fNOTICI .\ \ :l<-\en ( I II ) Kmt; half of .... He"lo"
Church's objectives.Each -
Administered for Kxtrnotlon of position for 5ev'cral realization of the T 1)1:1:1): I U) : Northwest quarter of Section ThIrteen -
Teeth government church and. community will (13) :
months. Sl-e received the appointment meet responsibilities. : is iiioitKHY ntVKV THAT .'If I cen (1G Northw..t.l"a.l..rOrH..lol, 1".1: .
to her present position on .: ADVERTISEMENTS Aaion l ltea\eH and l<"sher M. I Heav<>s, Thirty-two ( ) Section Thirty-four
LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEY.AT.LAW January 1st of this year and is said lot rebi it...... of Tax Certificate I No 277, (84) ; Fast half nf Section Twenty-flvn
this ROLL OF HONOR.The ----- i dated the 3id day of July .\. I D. I '.1. ( 25)I. In Township Twenty-four (24)
S to bo conducting the affairs of NO-I'U'1': 'I'U <:<.VI'II I'nll.4 tiled I .lit cerllfleate I In ,at y office Stout Hi. KaiiKo ''hl'ly.on. (31) Vast,
(department in a very satisfactorymanner. following pupils of the Kis- 11'1 has mndi applU'atlon ror tux deedto subject however to tho onlracl. de-
Healed' . pTOponalH I will llO ll-CelMMl I llj-) Issue In .accotdanee I I I HlKiinted I In Hnll mortKaKe,
Waring Building. ; simmee public) schools have not been the State Huinl Kypiirt moo,S ut Florida" Hald' : I certificate I 4 wilflw. JLA'J OF' SANK': Lands described '
"She has the l host wishes. and congratulations absent! or tardy during the month ill thi-I uffle,. tit MllhJ i ) l U"i'pattm<<'''. Tffll1.1 I IIIK i described |....mh'.1.. "I .is I C.I.w- I IO..la In County. Florljln. be sold
of her many friends in ending March 14th. 1919 and have IIH. HMC, "Florida iii I.. B p 'm. ISa eli riii Count). 1..1..1.1. to4v'Ie tn front of tho Court House treAt Inirlando
Pal Johnston a. P. Oa"." und about Sanford for her continued ( ) -Apill tii,. |1iI,in, fur roniiilvtliiK n HeK S\V cor. I'IN'4.r (; Beptlon I I Ira cc County, Florida.
made an average of ninety per centor ...-<" I Ion of road. lietwvi-n . Lands In
..J,. which Klnxlmmeiml 30, Tvnnshlp 26 Houth. I Kiintte 25 described OHOeola' Countv, to
JOHNSTON &: GARRETTATTORNEY.ATLAW success in this new work. for more of their studies with not a Campbell I, I In < 'iMr.-..la ('..UIIO'. npplOXlnilltelV hest. run north1 7 'h.h.l.:1/ HI 111chuliiH lie, Hold in front of the Court HousaIloor

she i I.. so eminently fitted by reasonof less than eighty-five in any subject I two UIKl HCK-ll-U-IllhK I South 7 ('hlh. \1 II C.hoI18.I I I.In'eor"I In .Klsslmmoe' Osceola County,
Milieu I I In length.IIIdH Florida. TKIOIS OF S,\I.K. ('.\SH.
her many years, of experience as a I iii land 1M1 Ii ieil at the :
Offices 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank teacher." and not less than ninety-five in deportment I will he locolvod for tiniom- I ,:"."te,. of B.Hd t" rtlllcato In; I PAT JOHNSTON
: l.1; )parai( <, . ice iii,, of IT"I"IWI. lTnlels said I Special Master.
S BuildingS First Grade C. Mils will I Inroiifililcriil" .. for lh- ...,ti- certificate I Nil,.I I r"'I,1, itccordIjitK I). M ,mjlK. Oalnenvllle, J'iorida.
KI ilmme.. Fla. Dollars and Cents. .Richard Pt t "run Inn of I luKiada and Ki let ye, tax deed will I I I Issue Sollelior for .'ounlula ,, 12-Rt.
Joseph Jeffords Hartnett, "'luri'B" niul far th.- oiiiwtrurtlon. of on the day of April A, D. t"'r'ol
Counting it only in dollars and Harry Bert Dale, Clifton Oliver Albert the lirlck ,pRVlnx, : nn,l the rlKht IH rc- ILII I.. IIVKKHTKKKT.; Ml AHANTIM
cents: how much did that last cold' Rogers, Russell Swain, Earle ""v'd ti* awn
( cost you ? A ..man may{, not,,'always'stop' Queen: Osborne "Winn :;Doris ./!Keen,,, in, i part HH nOt tI.I..III..1I y jippciir I I, bust. <'xr"cllinl.j.jl'liinMj.Hnil : xliam County.8. f5J-.i, Floilda....,..,.? , . ,.U-5t 11155in .. Sin aeeordanoewith and bylAuthoriy.9'ofiChiLItere7345No.rtt7)J4M.ts,: -

work'whent, he3hastjacoldjbutnerhaps Lolaf Peaks,,, Alta : ; Ruth9g Overstreet J It. .rtSattlh t iornc<'..'Inll"iJrtl1\| (o n.1 E'lrciiit ('eri, t Mr'r..l ii 1JhIclsi I I V17,|La <\ 1 Osceolai:County of
F PRIMER. it would '( bel better (She did I JoyfjMakinnonrf!\| .' Louisa MulleFirst ] """*""" I"'l'pa rtn.ii t II!I II' '1'a I iii .rHuteth
Ofinsoil It: take?:'about*,ten dayiStoJgetcom4pletely IPSllS&'Wj' .;.GradeiJILW-fL lila IlIvl"I"'Ut I! "oIn'.urlll.IIIIIR.' .M>mcwSRirggiilililiriailni! | ...'1101 I Sl'>"l'H1iir! *iitiM'i(' | ,. I"ierids. Iii I bauiery 5fta9'; 1U.I'I': qu.rt..t'; .
I. ,
It I I H herebyii 1 that t lawhlchfnhall
,.rid ,otaI'cold, lundertheusual -TAlieehass: .';': Lucilep) GilberttfflElenlnor' "hilly! 1)411 had l Ii. >ii.t/iiilkiitlon| | 10Hil.. |Htnt'r Order fur. ('iinlrucl,'. ,$crtir.. Work.oral Ox-
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'reatment. That time"eanshortened be much Joiner William Lasiter, Oswald 1t".1 U. 'l ai ,"'P..t "'a I m'l" 'ullahatiHC. 'Co,' ', ," .' ">". Steers t..nthrl"JluIM.. "ld Calves)

by taking Chamberlain's Falls John' Driggers, Nolan Bratton the Ia'h sum and.of tr.00..- lilj lie' ,, .\IR'J"\N AOIHCI'I.TtH.CIIFlIr'l ,hall be driven, transported allowd .
SELLSFire ov rpanlcil must ac mlierH. '. ..
and of ; : : ( to NInny or dlrft any part of Onceoln -
Cough Remedy proper care Ilailcy Duke, Paul Joiner. I by n ctllloi I | (' i nui l i.* i>a\ I; ca.I..d\.I and ( I under .t lie' Laws County. Except. under the -
bottle of this rem- alilo to the .'halininKoail of 'xl..1111 i proInlnim
yourself in fact a First Grade A. tin Slat of th State 1"I"'ld., Conplll'lll.' \ of the Kulen lend Reirulatloniof
edy In the house is a mighty good investment I Eva Cooper. Hampton Bowen Carl I>i-pai l't ineitt I Inaniiinntn the C..III1"I'IK I' i the State Ilve Stock Sanitary Hoard

Life, Accident and during the winter and 15. I* JJ I.Fn' JIINNIK: K. I.Krt- forthe Control, nnd Apr.a.1
Clark.: \ < acrnnipanvlnKall h.11I on l.KV. wie. I II. M KTIHON. I lefiMidnntK ot Splenetic' or In Cattle.
spring months. Second Grade B. i I w'orl, ct,,ii-t'. $2ouu.II11' Itv order of 1'.1
.
Health Plate Glass Lia. Ethel Jones Alma Shuman Eml! ('. rtlllcd tin-lit iiccompacn. InR l paxinv I ui.ii.$2.i,00.uu.. You HIP heiehy u I red to ItOARD.
req
CLOCK GOL AND TEA Duke. Howard Falls. I fi-rtilled I i.hec'k. a....oml..IIH.1; I I Inw 11.1 onfrrailliiR the hill I of complaint I Itleil, IIpp'lrto be..rein (Signeul) W A. PresidentW.

bility and Boiler Insurance. ATCOUNTRY CLUB Second Grade A. and l ilralnaKolttructuri-ii I alum*, "lnlst I you I In the ,'.v.. entitledon I J. I.'MI.1..r'.tary l..HAI
$600.IMi
Louise Mefxan. Helen ROg't'rs.llcn- or before the I Mlh day of .
Executed Should an iwind. li. mail- on all or. AiiI'lli| l A. I >. 1919 Done, at Tallahassee, Fin, March 5,
Legal Bonds Mrs. Canon Br'an.Irll.! Frank any part of tin u urk sit Itl < hcrk mC The: K'lKMIrfliI.ee1is'\ '
Rhea and Mrs. II. C. Stanford w'reh08t,88t's 'h*.ck is of IIIIHIU'COHHf I llllllltT, III' ii 1.1- heieby. I deBlKnated: ice I the, ni'WHpuperIn I 1H11Kffectlve April I 1sttloim '

,. .- Same Day Needed. at the country club Saturday THE RESULTS RE dcrH ti'HnK I..contract IM held ,nn"nil n Cu"I"hl"l"izu.t'ant.of', < r..iuIjeel "'n-.- nine.t'hi'h a thlB w..I'l"rd'r l for..h,1 r i..cinmecutlM-. iiiibliKheil. Copies' forwarded of law on, Rules request and Ueitul.i-i2-r>t.M .

afternoon. The usual number of l lioiid or upon fallilio III ci.. HO I tn I ln< w...e..Ic... .
r ..- out door enthusiasts motored out to VERYWONDERFUL use'.l 1 by (luMat< of I Kloitil.i an (i Iqulil.U WITNKSH. mv hand ,and tli.* Neal ofnald 41'0111 I'II-(,CI.\M.\TMIV.
c-.l il.inmjtox. 4 ..u..1 ... C '
the dub for a round of the course or WI'A'1'//.; 11<1.\1'I l> -: '.\ II-JT.: ("oiint>', , HI..Hlnn.I t I. < 8..011 of
OFFICE: State Bank Building of the clock. At this event Mrs. S. l.ri-2t Win, I.'. Coi-lif, (.onimlHNlonpr I Match, A.1"I'lrld.! !9. .y lnder and by the .power vested In
LAKELAND. FLA. MAN RELATES I. II me. I. .1 s Cad 1"1, Ma> or of th. city ofKlHHlminee
.
II. Bullock Made low !score, winning I. OVEHSTUKnT.'
\<>-IKI: OK I\IH: I -I'nit "Florida d9 hereby announco. -
with 21.Or.. McConnell also mtule a HOW THE 'NEW ROOT AND I < .-'..r l-'liiiil. .......hllr'.1 Clpik" Circuit I Couil, OHceoln.) C'HI..y.I . prcielalm I nnd. declare, thaI..
of 24 for clock golf. Thosenl'in \lo'lla. . itIon will he held at the City Hall
Hv H.
score HERB MEDICINE DRECO HAS ; S. Hl'I.IrfJCK ii. C.
the afternoon were: In f'linrt nf ( ....nf)' .lu,lur. 4)i.ln. : I.ANHIS.: FISH ft lirifl. I In said Piy. du.IIO the legal hour of -
during .
J. W. THOMPSON PUT ."" of I"l.rIdn.Sn . \'< \ the 2ith! day of
NEW LIFE AND VIGOR IN fount* "I i :Mrs. Rhea! Mrs. Brvan !Mrs. Wayne r.. I'sIe ..f 1..1. II. I ...h....... .-.. A. II. 1119 for the purpose of
nr.lcConnell.: HIM. . ctinur the offlcots for the
Ward, !Mrs. Buttorff I --- \I. : C.I1wlll
Notice ,IH h..hy ulvin. to v. lien 11inav I ted l of i>ne :
S FuneralDirector I Dr. I Halt and M r.. IInd1: I'll. C. F.Murrows ( 'clr.
IMO
iMiiKirn, Dial I on the 2 th ,la" of ht ('Ir'ull ('ou.t.: .lei.Ii'ele.I ,'Ir.ul. la'or.
James Allan
!Mr. and Mrs. When 7h .
one neglects his conditionand Svjili-mbitr. A' I > II'I-'', I will npply teetIi. Stat. ef I"let'lli: . ,icetel ( I 'tie- One
Miss Best. !Mrs. Livingston and Mrs. ;uffeI!t from headaches, backache ... llonoiablo T. M. Mlil |>h\', .''',1....- ... "nU' In .'iitiie..t'" "I('. One Marshal tend Tax Collector.
.I
I K. K. Wells. <..C said 'ouit, aK .111,"'" ..r I I'roliito. 'iie "r 1Iseclitirit'e. 111"1 I ('" One Treasurer.Also .
ANDLICENSED dizziness circulation 1"10.1.11.
assembled poor Unsound for m\' Hn.tl i dlHthalu1 I IIH l:,:xeeutilxof I I. .,, C 1,1 J.ieIIe', h. ..\.. to seivo for the term of Iw.
At four o'clock the guests sleep constipation gas on the 1h' eHtnti. of IjeulH. II fVthiion.. d I," ,. ..,. (' 1",1'' .\i'iieileein, K 1..1.Wai. 9'l ars: Throe inemhcrrt of theiiuncll citv
Ion the shady side. of the veranda stomach it i is well to remember these < C nt...d l and that at lie.- paim' tlimI' I ('hlH I '.ne.e.i II'HH." ,.... I I.. lIi T.I.I I.IH. ;' : nnd for the t.-run of oneone )".''..
EMBALMER and enjoyed delicious tea and assorted -I symptoms of stopiach trouble are will pllHllll. lll\ flllill, aOUMlH flee ,I'efUtllx :\- Notice' let ii.i', .In I I.< Ki'i"Il I hii Icy sir- m"h..r nf, t Cltv ("nun..11
there in I of Hilid: iKt.lle, ,and Jl,,k folt I".. ..r It lea 1 .'...,. iciceki'e'd I h..r..I.y nppnlnt A> I E. ...hn"a. H.
then lingered or .r C.1.8ul.
bound .
cakes to lead to more serious trou- 'heir 111'1"11'| :1 I IKated 0. ,. N 1"111111. 10 (II Vans Anrnew 'as tnsi -
1 I" "" "' ( eSeiMe eel
Store and Chapel Stewart AT. the club rooms while Mrs Burrows ble. Give your stomach a chance to I I 1.'.Ii'iiat. \ 12lh, 1II"! "e'tIrrt "y I' .' Judge' 1.111..1.. 'tie'" etIlC' ,"' nll J M. \\lllnoM Jr., a,
beautiful I. HAIl.Ml . IHKIV.> ::. Clerk nf said I'.li'CtlonIn .
\ ( .
number of ,
songs.
sang a make Rood .
:
1 ri-n-n -inr.ni I KxeiutrixM wl.r..nr h'r"lnln
Klsslmtne.. Fla. know the of health I HIIII" .r i"lerIla" C" "lie- ..
feeling good ; ... set mv' hand. as Mayor of ", City
.01" t1it'I, rwil
1111.
MISS DORRIS GOODMAN again have that vim, energy and i >'l H i': "'(Ht nU)". eef'i''i'1"1 f..i' s.ile.II. II Mh.C""I ,I..",. ,",1 ,.lu..1 the seal of said Cltv I. h.h'r"u"I'1 .
vigor clean sweet breath '1 I II tous.. I In, It,., ef IIiesliiiie affixed this 28th de': of Feb*
BIRTHDAYLittle ; tongue, thO "" City .
CELEBRATES nl.l.--;;: tuikiv A D 1919.SI'I.I !).
.
good (complexion and enjoy the food :cetiee'. for Municipal. Hulkllnndx. . l.'l.ricles. "n .Iie.' ill," 1919.I !' ( : JOhN S. rVDIJL.Mnvor .
'iiillnuby IHIOJC. of i ! I to' 1."ed tS IHtho I l.'esa I Iicu, .. I
M. TILLER I'M'i. n .1"'lnl a .r .1. .
without fear of the I. of the City of KlNslnume. FlaAttl ,
Goodman celebrated you crave conse . .
Miss norris ('I t>- of KlxHlmaii. i I e. rioila "' C.'I..wl"l eIesei'it.ri I.rol"" sItuate.lit .
NtJf
her eighth anniversary Mon quences. The new 'stomach remedy liJn. ..a Itl .H.la. Cou 111'. "lu.la', .li City Clerk. ll-5t. "
I' N..tIe.. )In.'lo'Ie' Klvn I Ihnt 16 ..r OItREHT. 1
Dreco now being introduced here PUTMI- 1.1. 1 ) 1'lIyn.'H
5LE.MLdJlCLRealty?? ! ? f dayvi"th a pretty party at the homeof ant to A 1t."III'I I Inn ndoptt-il. li\ th.* .\.1.111.. Ino I.e City or 1..lln"..'. C
will assist that much abused : cii" 1\1'1: Ton.I
: :, her parents, Mr. and :Mrs. Jim organ, Couiull of tin, 'i 11\( of I KlHKlniince. II.- 1.'I..lda.i ; a.n..lnl I tj i Ih.. r..o.'I..II.'t' I .Ti.I Fliml ...)
Goodman. The little people enjoyed the stomach, to accomplish these results. 1st h 119.! I the tlureof .I C .llU'UC the pui. >llorils I< 1"- I..r .i..r"
k2 bought and sold. ,,"1.1 diunrjl of th. *Mtv, of K l.*Hinni) .M- of ....pol": County FloildaTerms ( of
and amusements In ourt of 4 otintr Jildue. ounty
merry games .
of sale cash
will riMrl\t* "p"I",1| MdH for tin
inir'if -
Houses rented. throughout the afternoon hours and Many people are daily testifying C hll" f97! .6iee. nil vtfil'111 of Nix I'" i Dated KIsnllnilK.... Fla. lf"'I Mill. ONi'eolM, **lnlr of I- lorlils.In .

verified served with delicious' fruit that they have regained their health tent Mnnlilpal, IlondH at II Ie' 'liTk. H 1'I'! JUIIV ( : ,. '. .
Taxes and Titles were h-afale of Jnme \\ Illr-
reNotin
paid conclusion of through the use of Dreco. pne of offlr.In th- CIH' )llill. Kl..nlmmii.. 13-4t. Special Master In CluncervM .
and cake at the Is h >'bulxen.. to all
punch 'hol
Florida' at 7 .111) l"ililiv, the ,
,
for non-reiidenti. the' recent signed statements is from : p. m. on thnt the list daY
the fun. 18th) .ln\ of April. 1l19.! >TI<'I': OF AI'I'I."TIU' Foil) TA \ I, mnj cone. n. on
Fire Life and Accident 1.- The little hostess was showered Mr. C. V. Williams .of Lakeland Thi iHHiif ronnlHts or 97 llnndfl, of 11':1': :". Honorabl.-JulA,- T I D. M 1911.. Murphy I ,shall, Judice apply of to saidCi the
Fla.. who gays: the .1110mll1aIl01l..r $1.mid (in i>arham .
with numbers of pretty presents . IS IlKKEHY ( : ThatA uit. as Judk-e of for mv tinDa -
turance. . 11'.1".1.
"I have suffered long time from on*> llond of th .mlll/.qlll1/ [ .rr.,0 NOTI"F OIVRV .
a
Bonds.FRESH from her frineds. $ ) ,nn, Ie.,ering Il1t..r..t at lli' ,iatof .. . purehasi-r of TIIK CirtltlflrateH II elIcec'hacrge" n. F. nr the estataof
Indemnity pains in back headaches bilious- .. .1.cite'u. 1.llh. d.c ; and that
my pa.l
Little Dorris' guests were: Emma nix PIT ",nt leer nitmiin. IntinHtpaatip In my offlei' and Imci mad \ .
I ness bad taste in my mouth and ",'mlIII1I1"IIn,1, ruittuitnv of July, A. D 191 3, has filed 'siiM IVrfleates /I II' seuil, tin" I will ler.ent my finid -
... . .o..oooooo .oo.o. ... and Lannie Woodall. Lola Peak, Eva constipation. All the medicine I took from ilatt* of issue Hpeitlvcly HB follow 3.12 and 833 dated the "III day .. n. g".u'rlx or said estate.
,
Cooper, Mildred Lightsey, Laurence I .n. al'I.I'II.. for tnx died to IHHIK. In /nd 1..1. rlr their appriMaiFibruniy
seemed to only give relief. ... A D 1419
1.\\ 17th
temporary with law Said C.tItIe'at. Himbratc C
Reeves Mamie and Margaret Turner T"11 Th..o",1 p..llarH I In Ten Y"lirH .N.ordan.
There wa< 'so much talk about the .,.. I the following I I Hcrllted property ,sI.i.l''h1.FelIt.' .
and Nellie Florence Ten Th"u"Ii,1 I led II In rs I I" 1':1. II
I.ucilo Gilbert .
I new medicine Dreco I decided to Tr.ari. situatid In Usceola County il'lor l.n'IoIm". Executrix.M .
McQuendale Eilene DaVson and I T'n Thousand, Dollars In Twelve\ Ida to-wlt :
FISHAN : Master J. W. Goodman. Mrs. W. W. give it a trial. and I am thoroughly y."r Lots number 111 and 114 1 of the SemInole ll( 1.1! 'Ill ( IIKIIITOII1. ,

the grandmother or Dorris anil I pleased with what it has done for me. Ten Thousand \.IullarB In Thlrl<'"n I Land and Investment C'" mpanv'sSulidllHlon
Ivcy Really the results are wonderful ,for Y"nrB. of Section I 9, Towtislilp In Court of (he ('nun'" Jndice. .. .
Mrs. W. II Coleman. were. also present troubles the Ten Tho4sa"d Pollnra 111 1"ourtuenYpars. 20 South Range 30 Kast. The said County, Slate ut Florid
D- at the party.CENTENARY. my are a 'thingof past. 111. heini assisse I never have a headache now; constipation Ten ThouH..ncJ 1..IIIi"'" In Flttee'ei, .." .. of saidcurtlncaUs In the. in re Kstsle of I> h...... II. heed
relieved; I sleep well and name of Unknown Unbss. said r.tt..alos .- To all (editors., Legate Dlstrlbu

OYSTERSSIMON COMMISSION.E. my appetite has come hack to me Ten Tln.uaanil Dollura, I In "SixteenYearn. shnl bo redeimeU .,<.rdilo tees and all Ipr..onl having Claim
Y'a's. I. Ilw. dc'd ulll iHHuir tl'r,, Oi or Iiemanda said Estate:
F. LEY like when I was a boy. The gas never Ten Thousand Iiollar jn Seventeen the bUt day of Apill. 'A. II !' You and' each of >ou. are hereby n6tlOed .

The Centenary Movement i is gaining bothers me now, and: the pains in Yen rnTen. J. L. nvnriHTHKKT 1 and required' 10. present
speed as it threads each weekof my back and limbs are much better; Thousand Dollars Jn niKhteenYearB. Clerk Circuit Court OHceola Countv. claims and l demands which YOUhOr ..anY
Florida 1251S'otlre of .
er 0" has 0 estateref
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vision and activity. Each I just feel like all the
day'swork a new person
MARTINPhone And Seven Thousand Five II urn] red. 1) 1\"I'r If. Itee'i. deceased. late Cof
prepares one for better service time." n..llarIn* Nini'teen Years. 1'1''I'I. sis''elt's si,.' 0"011 ('euu.ty. FlorIda' to the Un-

313 the next day. The every day achievements Dreco is for sale by all modern The Interest ao'l principal payable d..I'I..d Aulnilielstra'tor or said ..tlt.
become an earnest or assurance druggists throughout the country In 1 hold' or ItH eijulvnlent atChiini. National Is I"r..h>' itlven ttint the un- wihin ..n.' )'.i.r Cr"I'the elate .reof.
Hank :New loik flly. :N'. V ,rsluned Special ?Master l'U..UI"t to lul'd I..b..uary 4th. A. ro
of larger achievements just and' is highly recommended in Kis- Maid Honda, will not ba sold fur less a Final Decree ot Foreclosure tnnde A. E! TROUOHT.199.

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j THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH 28, 1919
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I I! 11"I, Beginning Saturday, April 5th at 8 O'Clock ...f.t .


t :we will offer our entire stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Notions at prices which must appeal to the. discriminating -


l '. . public. This is not 'a sale of ,remnants( and shoddy ,goods, but an offering of '


our immense stock of high class goods, without reservation., .,. -


: Watch' lair: Announcement and Trices 'It..fJ "*. STANFORD COM '

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I I \' C. T. U. NOTES ": :":-:- :.,.:": .:-: ..:--. :. :-: : : : : :-< ": :-:":": : :" :-:":-, )
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Men Women Children NOTICE. 1 L ,, ( I yI
1, Ivissim'mce J h''III'!' went "over llilop"
in its| jubileu.driv! ('. Mole thuifOil Dr P. J.J 'CannonOsteapathic
STOP THAT PAIN'. 1 ALL PARTIES INTERESTED, INCLUDING :(; WHH paid in cash: -lhis'itl .
:St.\ Cloud's ovfr the matk gives Os) 1 I !

I I I OWNERS, MORTGA-' iuota.,'eull'uunt Mix. 1111 Neal VxcesoVcr, state preKidetinays the $4(1()(' I Physician OVER STOCKED
has
MAIRlllhR(; hundreds. I the of man''wonderful who cures effected .,.I;GEES; LIENORS AND OTHERSINTEREST' the-state I Ost'eol to "report 1 is/ the. its
is in ATIhimself, You will: introduce find him in his hisremedies' HAVING 'WHATSOEVER I' TnI; ,, IIV., -UI'.ldo1lIIeh <'I.elilIue t L --- .:. I ... oj'y

ear/ at the l leading: < ,diug.' store. His j i I IN CITY PROPERTY, WILL BE in , im-enty for our 14tH"and''''ud.iplahility'-'. 1a'! pcrslthenry (in!t Ollice 619 Mabbelte' St y y
Liniment has cured ( urns, liiimou.-: \ y
Cuts HruijKes Sprains, Stiff ',Joints i NOTIFIED WHEN CITY TAXES: spire, clhorn( 'In vfHeimiif-y.for ShiU but;: lunmriit -'' :: Se n' :f.
: nighti Tainpii
Saturday i re. Jersey cows
Old Sores Sore Throat, Swellings, FOR MORE \ ( 8to10a.m. oung f.y iti
ARE DELINQUENT in 'Ki asiinm..s ulriilrs.'The _
Dandruff, Itching' Scalp i Ground I Rile I I district eonfeicncehi; <*li In.. Houn- :
Hlood 1 POI..OH.) Tetter, K1IKUMATISM : ;THAN TWO.YEARS. THESE TAXES i ludos Orange 'C'CUII't v, will lie he!" J (6to8p.m. .:. mu '.' -
.N'curalgiii: / ; .I|;V/: "'ina, luine I IBlck
:/ I.utnlmgo. N'euriti", Lumps andICrysipelas. MUST BE PAID UP WITHIN A in SI. ,Cloud the last wueic. 1nIu'il ",
I hay Reru11' t i
/ I Hundredshave- been Tag PRICES AND UP
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; REASONABLE TIME. THIS AC- 1 All thanks. to the pil: \ \ w'np' *o aui' $50.00
f ule.l.( :Mfl
cured after doctors) had
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Diseases .
ChronIc
a Specialty
''.,'/oRfllllv collected $31'in four hour! "; .:. y. ?
Magrgderhand" him $1.00( in exchange TAKEN PURSUANT TO
Rn,101
TIPN.IS' ,Kist KuUu-udy: afternoon. y
for one bottle of this Wonderful .
testimonial remedy (from ind "I| thn convimedfl e who havesuffered tier :I I INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE CITY The iii'iount I'irllwI"'e to apply: I.W1Ore'lIn to orphanagevor) Huveiladvs ::: Also 'offer. nice pair "mules and, |: .

( : (iriffin: : Lillian I ll'irri, (loco'"
and are now well.Jr \ COUNCIL. thv Wells, I Kalherine Tiller, "Fred l Chiropractor, '; |: ;heavy young' mare. Bargain prices. ?f:
TAX COMMITTEE OF THE CITY Sehweikart Sarah ,, (Clark Norm;: ---- i
J B. MACGRUDER
iriffin.;, (:nice Hilbert and CurolyKripp. I .
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COUNCIL OF KISSIMMEE.. 13-tf The 1N. C. '1'. U. appreciateyour !! 1 .. r >r |:;:
Orlando, Florida kindly efforts. THURSDAY MORNING

For:: Sale by Osceola Pharmacy. 1 MOTHERS-TEACHERS CLUE The infant son-of Mr. and Mrs.I 'i iI I 1 1x
Board of Trade this week W. W. CARSON
14.t-p,1: Meeting I Twice a month- -first and thin,I,I tn Henry nestle Lightscy in its mothers who came arms for a I

A want ad. in the Valley Gazette aids-'ithout,' a huge and zeal which. in i II,I The few bereaved hours died parents' Thursday have the morning sympathy I ;. ..x-:-:xx..:-:>'X''X..x-x:":-0'<"X":.<:K->.:.<:-:'.: -x-:"x-:<-:.<:"><-:'<..:..X'TOsceola : ::
Tonight bond of interest a
l of the community in this hour
tin
will rent your spare ronma 'spires- Lust l-'riday afternoon '. I
the Hoi <>.r SOl'1'0\\ a.-
disrussam] wax largely upon!
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.. ,- shrviki There movement.is on hand two completed layettes HOUDINI ESCAPES TRAP.
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tin Three
ready for dixtrihution. At A feature thrill in Episode Hardware
t. :Dt. Gr. .A..G- : :: ,next meeting there will be plans for of U. A. Itolf's super serial, "The
I further work. A full attendance.: ;Master Mystery" which will I II be ..
im-mliiT-i and friends, is desired.! 'shown at the Casino Theater on ;Monday '
Real Estate[ and Insurance Agency ) There will be a meeting next Fri. i i'l provided by Iloudini who Kissimmee'snUSIEST
:day afternoon at Mrs. S. L. Lupfer'i I makes an escape from handcuffs and I Located on
home. 'hackles while under water.It )

:i We have a well selected list of properties for sale among which, I 1\1 RS. (:JoO.: W BEST: Tres. is and only startling one of the stunts many bewildering ivLcomjplished - ''I CORNER

l' are ,some very attractive Farms Ranches, Orange droves, business FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. _. by the handcuff king in thin i
buildings,; and dwellings, all l in Osceola County, and-each preposition I U-pi.sode I which is as interesting in i I''
listed at itt" minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip I IJr.c.. W. !Duke church, pastor of 'Tampa of will the1''irst i 'every way us the two chapters -Automobile Owners Excited!
Baptist .
ment. We also can offer exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and St. preach at the First Baptist ('\111.1.11Iwre ready shown.FIRST ai-I The new Waterproof Mohair Anto T.op Dressing is causing unusual-, (;
Cloud properties now owned by nonrellidl.'nts'ho are willing to sell Sunday both morning' arid ev METHODIST CHURCH
at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity to invest a. litho ,[c>ninJ(. Oiv acount of the change' of interest t wherever it is introduced. It waterproofs and dyes worn and

I, surplus capital and benefit by the increase in values which is sure I time, all services the clock.will he held an f II.1 I 11W Overstreet: a. m., Sunday superintendent.! School. :Mr. J'I:i shaded Mohair Tops leaving' (he fabric soft and 'pliable, and positivelywill

to come. Call or write us. I hour Sunday later by School.30:4x.: ; 12:00: m. Preaching, by Dr. J. not rub off. In color: it is A fadeless black and the cost is reason
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r I Preaching: Morning. 12:00: ; evening !Ilillburn Presiding, Klder. able. Call and let explain more 'fully.uastfweelttweXIbld .
E. A. Strout Farm Agency Inc. 8:00. p. m., Jfirtlor League, Miss '
manager,; ,I J
D. G. WAGNER, Manager, ST. JOHNS PISCOP.u'CHURCH : ( p.tm. KPwol'thjLeagu: ,; |.klI**' 'd ,4
presidentgp8
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Kissitnmee .- ,- Florida 'Sundu 'Jllar h Ott .ou 1 Sun 1'1:00"jPfTinSS: I'reitFh i n IhjSlJ) About Those Dresser Bargains!l'
clay'' jn J fA'n rnjjl lrgeidin i tJU'J'j j r ,
PMl'4+yC0 4'de* :-_T'o: : ) j I', 10:00(I: (? rin Sunlla c 100 IIIcl 1 n ehdu yTB iyofifp'I rr 'e fol iailot 6l IUrefSeTFlh'amere*bought before
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,I 11:00: a, m., morning( prayer and P. t.'. IIOONETT.: ,Pastor. the last raise iu price. They are now displayed on oui sale floor
'r Communion. Subject: "The Vic- - -- -- and them and
Holy -
we want you to vte let u+ demonslra],* how \\ torious t.ife" Communion at end instead PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES
in month. you $I'om MX to ten dollar on each one
of First Sunday
I' STEAM LAUNDRY ;
There will he held Sunday morning -
Subject
7.iO: ) evening prayer -
:: "Deli\erenee p. in. in Three Worlds" at the close of the 11OD: ,,' 'kworship
0 It congregational! meetingfor
'I I FOR SALEGood All cordially(Conlirmution i invited. Sl-r\>ict'. t the election of officers!
i service at I This church went over the top lahtSun.IIlV For Fat PeopleVe '
There will be a 1 special 1: afternoon in the Victory
I St.; Johns Kpiscopal: i-hvrch on Tues- \ have large of Hues.I Make-,
lay eieninu 'next, April l Ih" (Right) lev.! Canieion (: titan, lIi"h-! I church is now ready campaign to
\ paying business for someone U'1| of IIInit.Southern,<- of Flonda.'Will, Cnnlirmiition, adminisei ,, ,'inl- tlii New, an I'vungolistic Ira: Movement.Every weight m a healthful: way. and incidentally to raise a lot of vegetables "1I3Stter ,

j t at a reasonable price. Owner has :jive! an address. ::111'>1. C'. I"'. l llumiwsiVill I if member possible.NOTES should. be j>resentSunday have a try at it! '
\ assist in the miis'u-.il )part of the
other business ervite. All '"rdiullnvlt'd.. "
which (
needs his FROM THE STATE
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r : (' ,'1'\0"1 BRYAN PastorR. .
t. attention. I IJ MARKETING BUREAU' GASI1UM AND SU'SCTTE.
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J M. BUCKMASTER Bradford Knapp, Chief of Office( of i iI ' Gashum had (lie blues the olllt'- day and Musette tried to cheer

ij.!, A. F. KRITZKISSIMMEE Osteopathic Physician.Rooms Blnk. Hld I Extension page !bulletin work on has"Safe just Farming issued'a IIi in! ,,: him up. "Don't get blue." she said "but remember' ; that somewhere
9 and ID State !:
the Southern States I1.911.! ," and an behind the clouds the sun is still sinning."
:' (Hours: !9>I.to. 12-1 to 4 I.Other I.- I accompanying letter to( farmers and "
O I reckon he replied
so
yes "and somewhere below the
sea
FLORIDA are ,
; business men.: County agents
Appointment.Office
!Hours by bulletin and it there solid bottom but that doesn't
supplied with the is a ; help a fellow any if he falls
/ Phone 162. should not lie unasked for or unread i overboard, does it>" ,
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1 i Rowland M. Meade' who discussesin ,
the American Journal of Hereditythe
failure of flowers of the cotton i
I plant in not setting bolls to 'a lack Osceola Hardware Co.
;: of pollination, says: "The value of
honey bees in this connection is rec-\
; onized; in some localities, and it would
1 seem that growers of long-stapled '
l !varieties might find bee keeping a

:distinct advantage to the cotton crop. I tH"--"X-H--: :": -: '* "::::-OT:' ; ;"{":",,r,":",u-"X: : : ':O':">

I t ti tr I Everything in plant and animal -i
) life that is worth while today represents '' *
r AN INVESTMENT growth and development under :
i I man's hand from a wild condi- '
I tion. The wild' chicken produced15to i .
:20 eggs''; enough for a brood a-
The highly,; domesticated hen R.S.FLOYD
year. i
THAT IS FIRM ''I Is i now laying from 200( to -300 eggs.
There are things for the farmer to .I
study and help to make life worth
I living. It is the joy of creating,; bet-
ter things that makes an enthusiastic -I
t farmer. ;

I r You want an investment that does not fluctuate an investment Every cduntry ..', form hOIlI ItIy school house and church is entitled
f d always and. ever. worth 100 cents on the dollar. When you invest to a setting of trees and greenery : i
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lacking such a setting it can seldom .
t your money in an Account at tlif Citizens, Bank you have an invest: fit with the surroundings, and .
k Z con\ never attain its full possibilitiesof
I ll comfort, charm and beauty. If Fresh Meats
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ment that NEVER depreciates in value. I
1 any reader has a house that lacks
the companionship and the grace of I
trees and shrubbery he can do no '
finer thing than to set out the needed I II
Citizens Bank trees and shrubs. A home with-
out trees' is a barren and lonely I I
Ir mtlHOFTICClOCI DEPOSITS I osition. Trees add vnlue to -.proP-I 176 302
Broadway
p'hone
home. not to speak-, -of-the '() - r
OF KISSIMMEE
INSUnED''f I Colds Cause Grip and Influenza t.
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The bank with the*.bility and willing, < LAXATIVE' DROMO QUININE: :Tablets remora the i
al18n..r. U only one "Brorao Quinine." t yx".c
Il; I. i :neat to SERVE / 91. .. ( Eo W.GROVES iiDatur on bon 80s. '{ 'r0.404fitv404. fi44.34 '44<{ } Jr50-04vd 388A

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