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: April 4, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00901
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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; Gentlemen As we begin of the the -of..-.?a.. new the be-' ,mowed weeds; an4 frequently the street to shade keep: .down trees I

f SWORN. IN TUESDAY NIGHT>> fiscal improper year for for, rue our' to city call it your may Atten not be /Spanish should b4 moss properly removed pruned, and the CROPS OF: TOMATOES HERE't 1'

tion' to some few matters of importance "' "Vlre Protection., :f' Ii ,
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4- That the of .Kissimmee member okiOeo.. 'M;' T' lor"wbo: to'* nera1-welt.jU'-:0f..pllr: The 'fire raepxrtment should be .en- 0 Osceola '' -" -- I1
people are citizens: couraged and improved In county inctmirnpri with they' will make good. Mr. Aultman
.r r deeply, interested in the affairs of held over last I year., < v 0 Bulkheading the Lake Front. possible, and the \rdiiuance every in way regard other parts ,of Florida sufferedvseriousjlamage .- expects bumper the city was demonstrated last 1| A temporary 'organization was Fortunately? our' pYedeeessors have '
: to building iff the fire limits of his land. .
'Tuesday evening wben very seat- in formed by the election of. Capt.. 11,' left us little to do- in*this, asI deem' rigidly enforced. We should a lo all lo the-spring crop from Sheriff Ingram probably plant -
: "''I.h.counci' chamber was occupied M. Breaker &temporary 'chairman, it the:roost important work now before .... in to hasten the day when the l insistent heavy.rains which cam ing'the largest tomato crop and. has ,

and 'many standing outside! the door who then .nominated Geo. W. Fox as us, except to carry out the plans every.oyr/fIre power trap In the business sec. just at the time they were least de- just: finished planting twenty-five acres -

:I r "to witness the wearing in of the new 'president the council and. he was' most 'admirably begun by them. tion"is removed. or. . '. slrable, and a large part.of..the pota. Mr.. Ingram is fortunate |tn baring :

'administration.The / 'unanimously elected. Pavements- ... 0' to 'crop was damaged beyound hopeof fifty acres Hrf his spuds which are' .
,j. old council met first and I L The'very first act of President Fox I' would like to see -this"administra. Lights :and,\ Water. a paying yield., promising enough to leave standing., .
Street should installed
lights be
ran..cted .the routine bust..- set a new. for Kissimmee's tion" establish for "
regular precedent a record extending wherever-,.necessaryand it seems tome I Th. farmershowever, have comeback Speaking .of the tomatoes, Mr. In-
S -ness- paying the for the city council meetings and won for our system'of paved streets which
''1'' preceding that If these lights and-are planting much 'of this gram said: "It is a new crop for this
'i. month canvassing the returns'of "him the commendation of thE large .will live as a monument to this .council with ground to- tomatoes, though it is section and no one know whether '
: the' recent electioa...and attending assemblage' who had turned out to . . ; section more least uniformity Jn1e\ business practically, an' Untried venture for I this ,land,will produce crop'of tomatoes e 0
-at results would be bet
;;l! to such other matters aswere neces- see the new administration takeover I!i' The pavement 'should be extended ' this section. It is. trie that a num in quantities to make It 'a ,.
/' to'clear the decks for the incoming the reins of government when he far the. financial the ter. -
ary as; as ability'of ber of farmers and rruckew'of this
\ l The water main. ahouhi beextend paying 'product, but we will never
Hodnett ,
'. council. President Lawson calledupon Rev. R. F. -
< .pastorof cty and the
l' ; abutUng 'property owners section have planted and
,ed so that as' far as possible, every patches know till we try. Some grower, 0
.;;; then announced that motion to ad'; the Methodist church, to invoke ; will permit..
&''' Journ .aine die was, 111 order. Dr. W. divine guidance in'the acts and Sewers, Drainage Health and citizen should hive. the Benefit of ourpure made'Fractions..of.' good with acres them to tomatoes but possiblynever and believe they.if are planted too. late cratest to'do ( ,,'
well'but. they make 200
1'W.\ .' Carson mAde the necessary motion doings of the administration. We ;. Beautification. pitS water. before' has
': .. understand 'that Mr. Fox has f Mortals and Safety. a large acreage! of < th. acre they;wilfpayLast year
and the formeradministration a"rranjred 'TTie'"sanitary sewers must be extended Lbis' -
t t.., came to an end and pga'sed! his with the ministeral alliance to I as far' as -possible. and ,COm 'I shall --endeavor' the utmost-fif' here. 'Vegetable' ever been planted they brought >'a fancy price in ..Juneand ,
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- "have the ministers the ability to enfor ordinances this crop will be on the market
tory. one o'f At city pulsory connection therewith be en my. i
:t The outgoing mayor, John S. Ca- present to open each succeeding forced.. enacted for the preservation of mor ? S. B.of' Aultman planted some 00 at, that"time. I have no fear of the .t

!tt kl, then administered. the .. solemn meeting with prayer. I The drains and ditches now irt use al'arid decency,. 'and ,request your place acres and potatoes on', forty on his own market )r' the price in event .we can ,
oath of office to W. J. Steed the n.w''*" Mr. Fox; in a 'brief speech, then should be thoroughly cleaned out and sympatheticcooperation.. fifty the Alexander- grow" the good, and.I 0 believe! ,we: -
11-t: mayor who in turn swore In the new thanked his fellow members of the new ones opened whereever necessary. In hiT opinion the enactment of a Remington-Smith place and all but can. 0
\ reasonable curfew law would be a about eight acre of the crop trashed Other farmers are ,trying the same ".
.''t -members of Council! and other city of council foF the honor they had conferred .
ficials. The new council Is composedof upon him by electing him A systematic clean-up campaign wise ptep, boys and girls 'should not away and half of it, was reseeded to experiment and in event the tomatoes -
W. I should be permitted to roam our streets late spuds butMr.. Anltmas I is planting prove a paying proposition another : '7 -
& Geo. W. Fox. .H. M. Breaker I j begin at once, and be kept up ; ...II' .
H. Arnold and R. S. -F1o'd the fifth (Continued. Page Eight) ,constantly throughout the entire at nifht.I I,ten acres of tomatoes and believes Industry will be ricvclorxtii here' .
,1" ", year: It is not enough to 'nave aJ]I 'The auto speed laws should be '

_.. spasmodic hysterical clean up and carefully revised so as to work no .
then permit conditions to "become hardship anyone .and then rigidly
(CARSON TELLS WHY LOAN : worse than they were before. enforced, and the speed and movement BOARD ; r
-Above all let us wage a scientificand ''of locomotives in the city bet

systematic warfare against mos ter1rregulated., .
quitoes. I would( suggest that you Conclusion. :
r TO BE SUBSCRIBED secure the services of an expert and No doubt all of the'foregoing mat- CONSTRUCTIVE IMFROVEMTS <
OUGHT have him lay out a scientific planto t.rand many others have already

1 be followed until we are rid of suggested themselves to you and I .. '
this pest. It is useless to say thatit merely bring them to your' attentionin _---- : .
cannot be done for we have the 'order that you may have them The Kissimmee .-t
board of Is
trade twelve miles Kissim
L3 At a meeting of the Board ofF tilities will be resumed) but peace has I example of the Canal Zone where fresh in your minds. some \west 'of ,
Trade held on Friday night, Chairman not yet been declared and the govern mosquitoes have been entirely ex Let US lay aside all preconceived right on the job and the Friday night mee which is fast growing up. The

:r Stanfotd called on C.; A. Carson ment is at tremendou expense paying terminated.In notlon&/. 1W labor together for the meeting was not only interesting but,: settlers might easily be induced to.
: : Chairman of the Victory Loan the men in the field, supporting I I 'connection with the clean up general good of our city and 'strive decidedly constructive in its Influ- trade in Kissimmee If the roads were
Committee of Osceola county to discuss -.them bringing' them home, paying,' in such a condition that It was con -
campaign the public should be puton with all of Our might to make this ence. As a result the city havea
may venient. The boardof
the approaching loan drive. In for contracts awarded prior to the trademeeting '-
h. notice that spitting on the side- the best year Kissimmee- has ever business college, establish tour... '
$ c' BreW minutes Mr. Carson explained | signing of the armlstic and many I]walks and throwing garbage. tin cans known. ists and a was unanimous in desiring' to estab -t-- ;
that the drive had been fixed begrin.ning other legitimate obligations incurred'and trash in the streets will hot be Respectfully submitted, camp which good is" roads to a new UshrOOd! road connections with the .
April 21st and ending May when it was necessary to incur them. tolerated. W J. STEED, Mayor. community growing up near settlers of Lake Wilson and the matter -
Lc i1 10th; that the amount of bonds to be As a matter ff fact, practically all I All streets and vacant lots should Kissimmee, Florida. April 1st 1919. and as yet has no-trading plact was placed in the hands 'of the
A. I
H. Perry. who
[.' will ..... represents the transportation committee. '
r offered would not be less' than five the money that these bonds pro- ., ,
IE billions of dollars; that the rate of vide has been expended already.It I PanAmericanBusiness Allege organization While talking of good roads the

\r interest has not yet .been fixed, is a question of paying debts wit it.': that has a number of subject of the road between here and 1
&I neither have the quotas been assigned ... I i Withf' reference to the charge of TAX. BOOKS WILL LOCj ROAD COULD BE schools' throughout the state addressed Orlando was mentioned. This road
> to the'various counties. Consequently waste in expenditures Mr. Carson the board in an endeavor to is being damaged by the United 7-:3:

no one I nows the amount said that he would readily admit that interest .Kfasimmee in establishing Stater- .Tire Co's. trucks, which' are ,
that will be expected "of Osceola many things had cost exhdrbitant CLOSE ON APRIL 15' flTENDEinp COAST one her No action was taken at testlne'tlre.' along this stretch. The .

... county. Mr. Carson urged: that the ,prices, ,but this was rendered neces- this\ time though there is no ..questionbut heavy continued rains of the winter ,
county should make every effort to ,sary in most cases in order to speedup -; that such a school would benefit has rendered the roadbed soft and i ,
meet its quota whatever it might be. the preparation and the termination Tax Collector C. L.: Bandy has J. J. Griffin, who; is in charge of the community. the 'heavy traffic is causing a lot of' A'

w.', He said some had an idea it would of the war. During the month .of moved the date for closing Uie.4a1t the construction work on the logging j The auto tourists camp is a subject ,trouble. Th. board of trade decided 4
be difficult to sell these bonds, but December 1918 the expenditures were books back a notch and has named road which is being built by the' which has been brought up on several to send the t10nram" call- '. ,
the only objections urged a gairnt 12,040.090.000.( If the war had; kept ''April 15th as the l last day of grace Starfajrd Lumber .Co., leading out occasions this winter, though nothing r leg attention to this condition andash -

I' their sale so far as he knew, were. I i'p another year jour expenditures, I When asked why he did not take from the Sugar Belt at Farr'a' place was definitely. aettled. L.. ... -the nee mpany tod eist from' thilpractice. 7 :
First that peace had been declared ,therefore, would have been $25,000-- advantage of the governor's) perrais-- and.- Extending abouttwelve miles Hamilton offered- site -feiv-aueh- .- -c.,.' *"
"Iit., -" and the money would not be needed, 1009,000.( We would have had to lend sion to extend the time to May first south states that the work is progressing camp near; the country. club and J. Perhaps the .most- Important fea-ri

and Second, that there had been a |to our allies probably $15.000)0O- the said: "Many people have paid very satisfactorily. ( M. Willson; Jr.. .With JrMcPhltterand ture of the meeting was the.address', '
,&u great deal of money wasted in providing ,,009( which would have made necesis'ary their taxes under the impression that Mr. Griffin baa finished the grading -'' R. A. Snyder, were named a on the Victory Loan by County
c for and carrying on the war. bond issues totalling 140( ,500.- the books would positively close on: work and has begun! laying track committee to visit this site and other Chairman C. A. Carson. This talk

r These objections were answered as 000,000.( In addition to this it would the -first Tuesday in April. I do not, for the yards (starting where the I' locations which have been proffered, is so good' that it is reproduced in .
... follows: Peace .baa not been declared. have called for other millions of our I think it is fair to them to extend the I road connects with the Sugar Belt then report back to the next meeting another part of the Gazette. '
.? Only an armistice has been sign- ,best young men to enlist andbe time now. Then -there is really no branch of the A C. L. This road is Ail important measure was consid- The board of trade .
certainly mean
4'.d.. which meansthat-hostilities,have trained in the service and.would have, eason why; it would be. any easier being built substantially both .as ,.to ered..when the ,Lake-Wilson. section business.and the g'ood.resulte of their
I t* ceased"pending- the preparation of a '- for any on" to'pay.their taxes op the grading';and track;- -when"'eom-- war-mentioned. This is a 'COmmunity efforts
L peace treaty. It is not believed hosB Continued On Page Eight.) first of May than on the 15th of Aprilas pleted, will be'suitable in every .way arE even now noticeable.---------- -, ,- -
M; ___ there is no ripening here at for regular* railroad traffic. About
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11" :. that date. It seems to me that by twenty-five or thirty miles of additional BOARD OF TRADE SENDS MEN /

OF T. STREET COM.' NEAR TRAGEDY WHEN > splitting the difference between the I trackage would connect it with LTD GOOD ROADS MEETING CLOSING( EXERCISES' AT -

W! TRAJN.STRIKES AUTO.'old date. 'April first, and the possiblenewoneMayfirst pie'East-Coast Line at FelUmere. It .- -""-"" '* "' .

and making. it would alsocross the Okeechobee lC"C. Stanford, president of the '

I TO MEET WITH COUNCIL John Bronson, who lives in Lake April fifteenth, is fair to all." branch of the F. E. C;' board of trade, accompanied by" Hon.: EAST LAKE SCHOOL f'f,:

Sho>r4 Addition, narrowly escaped We have not heard of .any move to W. J. Searsand G. C. Livingston, ..
death Saturday morning-wnen the A. ATTRACTIVE EVENTS AT make this connection but merely motored to Daytona Wednesday to -
throw o'ut the hint so that some of be .On Friday last" the East Lake,1: '.
C. L. southbound train wrecked his present fit the first day of the
committee SATURDAY
i' The
special street paving COUNTRY CLUB
the our local-promoters think it over. school closed one ofits) most ..uccellL
car at crossing on ,Clyde avenue. can. Hotel 'Men's state meeting,, whichwas (
of the board of trade will present -
Mr.. Bronson was'.going south on the fid terms with an unusually attractive -' ;' ,
I' The usual afternoon tamed-over entirely to aubject. -, 0
th fr plans for paving a number of Saturday
;. j about-4en o'clock and exercise. Miss Edith' Nirmngw'
avenue of roads.
.- 'Kislmmee's streets before the city was not aware that Jtbe train was event, at the country club will take Mrs. R. F., left Saturdayfor President Stanford said'there was er; the teacher together with the -
council at its session next Tuesd.ynight he heard whistle.He place tomorrow, ,and an invitation is Tampa to- hear the. famous Billy pupils and the parents, arranged an
aDproachingv as no
a large attendance of. )hotel;
and ask that definite action be Sunday preach. She will visit her .
had almost cleared the track but attractive "all-day and evening event -
extended to all who are interested in newspaper and others i ,
similar to the John, and. daughter Miss ; men who are
.taken. The plan Is one son, Mary
; the school .
the engine caught the rear wheels,, i During day the exhibit Including -' .
Sutherland greatly interested in :abouta
the bringing
'.i4opte4 when the first paving was club to-be-present. who are students at College : their
clone here-and is called the note plan. making a complete wreck of the machine Thre. will be some golf.. features Sutherland returning here the better.condition of .FlorIda's' booklet of. general'.chaol. -
and badly bruising its -work,,two collections of.woods
.J. occu followed '4 'O'clock tea. last of the week. Th.-meeting was, he said
', 'The committee suggest that every I by % roada'j two .
and .
'" pant. Fortunately Mr. Bronson suffered product,,1 maps. w re -
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. interesting' and to all
.. one.who I.interestedin the question profitable '
bones had .
no broken though -* girls 'a nice collection of .
,, ''lie present at the meeting Tuesday number of stitches SUP'f. went, and vrttl'without doubtesult.\ .,hand work that attracted '
were necessary to YOWELL RETURNS FROM In much ' : ,
_, and-submit their suggestions or ob- good.The' I .
; close his w lInd.. The canning -club ;'' girls-showed: -
-. Sections there be any. _, .--.:_ =. Kissimmee delegation was not
some of their'work"MJaees Ruth Sullivan '
t, :
interested the' other
HON. N. c, BRYAN: 0 rCONFERENCE.ATTALLAH.ASSEE the'association and returned.homeWednesday and'Ethel: Bass having "especially ",
1. SOME FISH STORY ANDCORROBORATED.' : complete collection. of canned
LEAVES FOR TALLAHASSEEHonorable .night. "vegetables.frults, jellies'and 'meats.
: TOO 'C. E. Vowelt who returned at arid secondary ictil5ols.. It was the ,
I Supt. L. 0. 0. F, WILL __ Hobble naSI.,who has been.distilling
N. C. left this thought of- the meeting' to establishone HOLD
\ Bryan recently from Tallahassee where he turpentine) brought. his'equipment: : -.
L. S, Sponsler and wife, and. TonyWhitflpet. : I ,
Florida and the otherin JMPQRTANTMEETING HERE ;
week .In his for Tallahassee to be -
r Mich. car superintendent's conference .&11't eetIInpinth.: yard showing his;
all of Grand Rapids when attended a. the south-central part of the state. _. I
; for'part of the, year, though Kissim] venes.present Mrs. Bryan accompanied legislature con him announced the meeting an exceptionally The consolidation of rural schools 3. ll: Ov'erstreet, who: .is district;; process as' they finished pro- '.'
mee claims them as her own for the duct, to be avery good,
and expects to remain there during good one. wa* favord by the superintendents deputy grand master Of the, 12th district article. \ 0
: winter season, have just returned record wherever,Transportation call be made I.: p. O. F.. announces a district
the sixty days session. 1 went on as favoring a Late in the afternoon the "
'from ten community
a days' fishing trip near
This is being tried out in mee lnr atKiaalmptee for the '
-coin education law practicaL night '
In speaking of the comtng legislature iltate.wlde ulsory
lakes. assembled and their picincsuppers .
: : by They are telling amazing spread
sections of the stat.with satisfactory Aprilrllth. at theirball in the
Mr. Bryan said: "It is certainto which would require<< a longer term ofattendatu many 0
fish stories and have pictures to cor- ahd :after the good things ,
results. Fraternity .budding, ,
,. than the law win forcein .
be a .very busy-session with Cattle"! no
disposed1 entertainment of
Tobo'ate them. ot
The pictures show were an
sections of the state. The Yowell accompanied by A. It Is thought'that' fully one hun '
certain Supt. ,
tick eradication, compulsory
string, of 47 fine trout, a little more spraying red songs, recitation and a negro play'was I
: than. one day's catc .. compulsory education, citrus present law. requires an,_ attendance B. Johnson of Orange county made .visitingmembers will 'be present rendered/ "
Mr.' Sponsler that in one day cankeriitaxe! *, and temperance all I of 60 days each-term and the law ad the trip L to Tallahassee in h'i car, at'that" time with theIr ladies,the "'J' .. .
.{ says would that is of the for the high RebeccasThere will be'a' brief ses- '
they landed 80. handsome specimens problems oC, vital Importance to the the superintendents part trip, "T-
1 > which.. state coming require. attendance of the full water compelled them to abandon the son':la'r the lodge, then at 8:30 the NOTICE. J
taken whole would up.
-Jp as a tip doors will attle-'muat at'th.t' '
at Lake and be u unbarred-for' Town be.upPed
City into
,, scales at CO lion. N. C. Bryan has made a remarkable car go up .opensession
the. . pounds.. record. during the time he 0 The meeting'also endorsed the es- Georgia, then back 'to Tallahassee, 'This{ Vwll| Include an Interesting Pat-Johnston vat, about 1% mile'"
4 i," 0 tabUshnie'ht' of two state normal taking, that ear again on their- return program of addresses and mu- east x>f April '
Mr and Mr*.. Norman: Wlnn, of hat occupied a seat in the halls, of Xis.immeeNond''k'
.- Kissimmee ''Ba'rtow this body and is sure to take a firm schools\ < to train.teachers-for-the rur- home.. - sicclosing with a social '-hour when 7th. E, -
were visiting onThJtnday..courler1nf c 0
4 rmant, stand on these- important questions. -- . . - ,. : . . . .' '_ _ _ "refreshments will be urvedI . Vet. Ins.." Cb;, ,' 0
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'i, I--: hereby nominate and appoint the OQ Rules :land ..Ordinance.mlttee f1m '_ .
'-h -Little- Interestmark.d.tbs'nnua: ,_ .-Member-COin dl..l.-Yeu __ ---- ----" .., .. .'" --------- ----, --- following members of the { of ..
\ W. H. Arnold __I.. __._______ 116 r MEETING OP THE Council '' : '
0 .ejection of' city 'oZ .<:|' held.'Satur- .Council-, : ---ANOTHER! IMPORTANT> .. the City of Kissimmee, for the ensuing -W., ii.. Arnold, 'ehalrmann; G. It '
For City -
;day toratLfy.the'nomineel} at H. M. Breaker/--'u: ;: _B..___..}!? 117 : BOARP OF TRADOS_ .,..SCHEDULED. FOR ?JMDAY tees: .)on-the-rollowing' commit- Taylor.. H.M.' Breaker '
"only'.l28 . .
white man's ,, "
f. rth8 primary, G.W.Fox .. 121 i ; * '0,, BuildingCommittee: .'
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.. being cast. Following! is- the R. S. Floyd ___________,_u__ WO : NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK. SEVERAL IMPORTANT On Water and Light, Committee: G. M. Taylor chairman; W.0 H. AT-/. .
? G.'M.,Taylor, chairman; W. H. Arnold *
I nold, R. S. "loyd.
0't.Tote.; as canvassed by .the mayor.! The newly elected 'officers took .1 R. 8. ;

t ''bighh their oath of office .Tuesday at the : COMMr u&' dl.E'TO. REPORT. -DONT FAlL. TO On Floyd.Street Committee: "> On. Education' ,Cemetery .Charities -
of the council "" .. Committee
.,, regular meeting -city '
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yr,*&: Steed Fof,i__Mayor_-A.: -___?-- 123 .an('.the affairs 'of-the-iity. / are now : BE, HAND. / Floyd H. M.VT.H.Breaker: Arnold., chairman. 'j. :; .It./-'S.' R. 'S.- Floyd,-chairman;- G.' 'M. Ta._,.. ,t'.t _________
in their hands lor,'.W. H. Anjold. fl? '
'. t. For "Clerk : YOURS FOR A BETTER KISSIMMEE 'D ii' Flnanee Committee:
} ;' eJ.. B.; Gilbert? .____;..?.*:.:::__. 121, a J red The) letter'coming'year year in Kissimmee's promises to.'history be; I R. S. Floyd chairman; G. M. Tay'i Respectfully: : submitted. .. this 'April.
t V" "' For'Treaaurer : :i- 1st. 1919; ,/ I'
., for .ft is ushered in with the SAMLLUPFERSOcTtaY. lor, H. M. .Breaker. : .
f J.. Z. Roberson _i*...__.'._____ 117 bulkhead movement. and -4rho c&n .. ." .. .On.Sanitary'' Committee I': GEORGE WVFOX; A.

For Marshal and Tax-Collector'. tell what meastiw; of 1'pro perity may : --e . I.W. H. Arnold chairman,. .11, M. Chairman of Councilman!:[ of the City

"",. \J.M.. .WoodaU ???.,...__-;.;:..- '123 knock l. at the gates .before; the ..close. I 4. +444+ ++. +44+c4c +ss R. S. Floyd. of .Kissimmee/ fIa; ,T, -
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.. .., DANGERGPASE! t tN
"Tnwftfer"- ;
; I orrect misleading] interfere with the industrial and g. '
?; "I<<, t"nbemtntuLlshed in come at the ; riculturat! activities of the country orirsms of the fcam&n body are mo Get eoma OOtD MEDAL., !la4rl.", dll '
I newspapers of the district,, M. B. and further retard the. return of ItnnqrMnt. ti, health and lout life .a thkldneya. Cep-ulei at one. Tney are an old. tried.Y '

-- I Wellborn- Governor General of the1' business to normal conditions: ,....jjitis mence to When lair In they their law dutl.s.'look up'and' com out! preparation used all over the .world fercenturlea. 1'
FederalReserve Bank of Atlanta today creating an' increased . o1d-fa*)"-
'} surplus of la Kind out what the trouble It-without They contain only
I .1 .issued the fallowing statement:, bor. The banks, while normally t the d<0ay. Whenever you .retl.3.axyQue. loned, soothing oils combined with .
weak: hazy, suffer fronr sIpI.usn.s0T5 :, nkt1i-giv1nr* and yate'ineleanelnrherbii
of the
"Secretary Treasury Glass] natural' agencies for'
I government ft- have .pain. In the bock-.toafctt" ...11,known and used by pl.v.-. '
lias stated: definitely that Jt is abno, 1ce'lShould not be expected ta:>> carry at 0"0" Your kidneys need help.! These clans In their daily practice.. UOLpMEDAL
luiely necessary that'there b. a Vic morg than a conservative share .Ins to!warn you that your kid Haarlem OU'Cap-mle* are lm 'p'
t.ory'Loan; and it is very' imperative of the new loan thus remaining n..y.e are not performing-! their function ported, direct from the laboratories! la -
ri *. properly.<< They only half Holland. Th.y 'convenient to take. .
hat thS
t wileV.possible'( measure of position to take care of the needs of .Ioln.. tliulr work and are allowln-r" lmt and will either give prompt relief or
j distribution of such loan be released. commerce\ and trade >urltltu: > aci-wmtjlate. and be convert your money will be refunded. Ask This will; -necessitate strenuous "The iti.zen owes it to the men d. Into uric: nrl.l and other poleona, theen at any drug ator..'buLbe sure to
1 which a1'8'-:1I"U.ln": you dlatre- and will get the originalImported1 GOLDMrcrUL
campaign of the'same' character who the -in 5
as won victory' addition to destroy' you unlaae they are driven nand., Accept no eubetUutea.
those conducted i iri the past, throughthe his obligation to the country, that from your system In pealed liackairee. Three e"ea.

t Mother- bought her., ;ii I Ir .existing. Liberty Loan. organization. he complete lending money. his part to the of the governmentto contractby .!.'"......, ,...., '',. "" -_....... "" ..'.-......, "-

-- Princess 2O a ? I "The reason 'for such wide distribution pay the GeM i incurred in war. .
\ years of is clear.and very easily under "In the coming Victory Loin .the -

stood. Should the banks be required honor of the country is at stake and f ILETTERS PROM!! _OUR SOLDIER AND SAILOR BOYS j I "l
;, "It gave her oo many years of faithful1scrvlca I/I/ in absorb the five billion or more of t the individual] responsibility and-duty
r that when John 'and I were married. bet first the (. Loan it would ." ] of e ia.involved."
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gift to me wu.ue.1..LLEN' .. LETTER FROM BRADLEY HARRISA. hoping they will send us to Bor- '

", iDELIGHTFUL"RECE-PTION I Ideaux, as I know the place well, andit I-; ,
..CBSSCANINQ L LOPPL P. O. 727, March 3. 1919 is a fine . 1
,f Dear 'Mother and Father:. j There are several] fellows I came
- I :FOR WINTER VISITORS Just a few lin'es to let you know across with in our battalion. They ,
; : ;RANGE. ," ., that I am well and retting along have all been to the front and are ;

j dA..1 _i__I__ o.-nt._ L.I"-t... ... 'h. __a ..11.10.1.. h.lnw! ..uall.' fine. I am at the Casual Camp this back' here as causals. There is t'A
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!', I tie*-end fuel-torliK'; features- a* moUier't, ,tue muy new.caaveuluiceethet i The reception to winter visitors 'smo..t.. prominent winter res- morningwhere we -were sent from quite a bunch of men going home '

: "For weren't Intunce beerd my Ot new then.Frlnceee heetwelerte' ceblnrte(.InMead. of ihrlva 1) given at the Hart Memorial building: identa and property owners, was askedjor.animJlromptu Chattilon to act as guard for General from here, and several companies are 1
'iI-b .hlchproYide.hud place In which to w>nn the dubc-and eet. thins Tuesday night wan typical of Kis.iinmee's talk and Perahing, .who is expected here to going through the hut for their ia-,
.. spoke .
-The lO-sKllon dlreot-breiioi copper: reterrolr lolne the fire .' day. We were loaded on trucks and Every- I
I ebundence ollnt ntLot --I.PIpe behind wertnlng closet at.... imDOie '':1' WIlf9U- .hospitality, for theenia1heat rin terms: of high approval the high sue cigarettes and candy.
I cooklnf' eurfece. In I l1st couldn't cook without ray Prince"* radiating from the bright fire school] orchestra that had just enter- sent over here only this morning. thing-1s free at the K. of C. huts. I ,
I : Come la aud lospcct oar line of Princes< l&A11..r.f I which blazed in the fire-place was no tainod! the audience and expressed it and- will 'be here for a day or two. ''sure wish I was- going with some of .

::1 W. B. MAKINSON CO. warmer than. the welcome extended I 'as his opinion that the "young people Ii IiI I It has been very pleasant] weather ,the bunch but I guess my time will
f J to the guests by hostesses and '.of the city were "all right." He referred ]lately, and- we have been going come after awhile and I might as
j <. people alike. to the active part the ladies ,,through our regular drill schedule. Iwell be patient. I II
.. I Mrs. 11. C. Stanford and .!\IrJ!. W ''of the city were takinpin municipal 'Our battalion is composed mostly of i I Well I haven't much more time, sowill
L. Winn received the visitors and,I I improvement and said he firmly believed !casuals from the Fourth. Brigade\, have to close. ;Ii
i every one was matte. to feel at home 1, they were "all rigM.: In fact, 'formed into guard; companies. We I', Your loving son hi
:i: ATTE DAN'CE'C'ONTFST-FOR-: at oner.I i he thought the only fault with Kis- I[are at present stationed at Chattilon PVT. Wm. B. HARRIS. h
I' I The general conversation which ''simmt'e ,if fault there be was the ]but expecting to go to some coast 72nd Guard- Co., 1st Rep. Battalion 'I.

l STATE S. .S. CONVENTION [ prevaHed- throughout the evening was> .. tendency among the men to gee the i iI 'town_for interior guard- !:!_duty.:.__I am U. S. M. C., Aj. P. O._.727.. .A. E. Ft
alternated ------------ - - - - -
J by a J program o.f rare enjtfrrtainment. obstacles in the path of advancement.

'. -- / Little Miss Eleanor; lie dwelt upon the bulkhead movement it, as he has tohaus water forresetting. Mr. and Mrs.! J. K. Singeltary and :
lOverstreet, the. talented daughter of that has now become motored
an assured two small daughters downto
A stale-wjde attendance (contest,ipared. If want vision, inspiration -
't you Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Overstreei, played fact and said he felt that famous
sure its hear the
for the State Sunday School Convention information methods ,und plans i While the Mission Baptist church Tampa Sunday to "\
11 niiiiio number and later gave anunrusing speedy, completion would be the key is not in still want to preach. Mrs. S. V. :
Pinedale Billy Sunday
r. at Orlando April 2, :3 and 4, is about Sunday school work, you are :
in offered r 'adilJll.I I note to the rapid growth of Kissim- call attention to the good work being Harris mother of Mrs. Singeltary,, .
'\\' progress and a banner is sure to- attend this convention.The ,
!Miss Vivian the.
J. by the state association to the county convention is open to all .4lite | Hrigg charmed 4net>. done here Last Sunday there was accompanied them hack home. j
", having the largest attendance in proportion Sunday school'workers. 'No credentials audience' with'several vocal numbers. I Mrs. Hamilton who had just join- a good attendance and a collection of ]MYs. 11. N. Trimble of Princeton, 1.1 I
1.. to the number of miles tr.av- or appointment is necessary. I !Miss Mattie Stanford rendered an :Jed'her husband at their winter home over $13: was taken. If the parents 111.] arrived Monday to spend sometime j
eled. Under this plan, ten delegates A1J will he given free lodging and xprosrtive piano selection. j here for a much needed rest, wasufked want to show their appreciation they with her sort and wife, Mr. and
( !Miss Helen lass, expression teachcr to play, and responded with .
IV traveling 100 miles each will count breakfast. by the Orlifndo Sunday | a can do so by coming out. and they Mrs. R. C. Trimble.Mrs.
for the public schools, gave a fav- ''lieautiful piano solo. then graciously and two :;
i, the name as 100 delegates travelingten whool workers. Further particulars will be more: than repaid by the uplift J. L. Reavs daughters -
\ miles each. -y I icrito poem by Riley and responded rendered another selection when her of their i nginj{. Norma ana Florence spent the
f W. II. Jones- Kissimmee, has been can be obtained by writing J. O. to the insistent. encore with a hun- I hearers urged her for an encore. Mrs. James Smith had the misfor- day Sunday very }pleasantly with Mr. ..,
> appointed captain for Osce- Webb, general secretary Florida. Icious selection, 1 Just at the close of the evening tune to lose the most of her garden and Mrs. Aaron Reav<'R. Mrs. Byarsaccompanied 1
I .}. ola county.contest Sunday School Association/ 41M:! Professional | !Miss\ Kliy.ahvth Aultnian read 11 Mrs. Hamilton was asked to tell of Monday night. A cow broke in and.! them. back home. "{
'heart gripping story that left her the petitions which were being circu- utterly destroyed it. We do not The cattle dip law is now on and
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strong 'program has been Building, Jacksonville,
'.,. pre- u uuuu u.uu u uu _ u _ audience smiling at its happy ending. lated in Kissimmee for an expression know what the law is, but we do the dipping began here in full force
1 I' I'rof. R. DeWitt Brown deviated on the equal suffrage question. The I I know that "right makes might," and pearly a thousand head being dipped
:r;'!.. DANCING PARTY FOR monte of sandwiches punch )l'e' from his usual rule and was presentI petitions are to be sent to Florida's that cattle should be taken care of here the first day. 'A

:!' OUT OF TOWN GUEST cream and cake. I I I with his .splendid high school orches- congressmen. Mrs. Hamilton told of at night. Mr. (J. W. Shanks, who is empov't] '
I Miss I'age's guests were: Misses I tra I which rendered several beautiful the great good that is being wroughtin Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald and fam- fOd l at the mill here was taken ill t
? J Miss Elizabeth! Page gaVe-al*>- Mamje Philley Lucy Lupfer Kliza-' numbers. So popular was these entertainers other countries which, have acknowledged ilv of Orlando. spent Sunday with Tuesday morning and unable to work 7
'i lightful party at the country club LetS Ledbetter, I Dot and Joe Makin- 'I that the audience was the right of franchise" Mr. and Mrs. II. G. !Siever.; but was able to return to his home in

1') ..'riday.nijt'ht in honotv;.of her cousin, son, Norma Griffyi Lois Johnson I I loath to have it close that part of the for their women and urged that the \ Mr. Siever and Gabe made a trip Bartow.
-Lieutenant Edwin McAllister, who Mary Tiller and Beatrice Page; M<'B: entertainment and after some impor- United Stated, which should be an to Winter Haven Monday. -- i.
;' L dames Ruby Sherouse, E. L). Kutz 'tunitv I I'rof. Brown consented to playa 'example of democracy. no longer lag
leaves this week' for Camp: Lee. Va.. 'I
after spending a threeweeks' fur. Nellie Kogcro Lieutenant McAllister !!, violin solo to an orchestra aocom- behind other countries in this pro- Worth Trying. ORANGE CENTER
Messrs. Robert Page Koscoe Roberson panment. The pleasure given bv..this. graiyJJovement.; She closed her t, .
.t lough u guest of the Pcge fmily.k '
LeRoy Lesley, Sheldon Johnson. feature of the evening; was general, If you are troubled] with sleepless. "
I About thirty young 'people motored Roy Graves, Roy Brink; Elmo Griffin -I 1 and many of the winter visitors eXpressed very interestingtalk by calling on ness look to your diet. Drink no tea :I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morrey and
A-' put to the 'Club in response to the John Lee,. Joseph Sears Walter, their surpriseat the talent every woman to consider it her dutyto or coffee for a few days and take daughter, Miss Jessie, accompanied
invitation to enloy a merry evenirrar, Bass, Bert Well*. Oliver Murrel.] Mil evident in the organization.
''i.: which-----was--- -ont'ludf'd- --with-----refresh--- ---- .ton Graham Junior Page, J. ''Farmer I I W A. Hamilton: who is one of K. s- liven her. after supper to improve your Cornwell and children were recent ,!
,- and-hiafrienil..Mr Butcher, of nayeenport. digestion. These tablets also causea the home of Mrs. J. E. \i iMadduX
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The GreatInfluenza I 1 'jrentle movement of the bowels. I on Sand Lake. ',
/ Mrs Page (champeroned the party. They are unsurpassed for constipa Mr. and "Mrs. Henry Keen are rejoicing -
\ : tion. I over the arrival of a fine baby < **I..:

I Si. Cloud Department boy. ..'

t. Tornado : Letters From Interested: ..,_ . l I Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Roberts spent l
CAMPBELL-NOTES Saturday visiting her parents, Mr.
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Non-Residents and Airs. Lester Flint. ,

Is 'About Spent. ., NEWS AND. NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD, THE WONDER CITY. Mrs. Byars Kirsimmee spent I Ij' I|I The weather is fine. Citrus tree (
k "" Aaron are blooming and there gives promise
., : the week- nd with Mrs.
Greenwood' ; 'March' iiv orit uiL..Alt, 4uiIIsIMNDET.Mr. of .
M / 29, 1919. 4 : Reaves. I a large yield.
But in its wake 'eountlesi thou.:*>, To the Editor of one of the Newsp .j' Mr. and: Mrs. Julian Fuller] came I]I I Mr. J. E. Maddux has a fine' crop ; I
ands are left listless colorless] ] weak papers, Kissimmee, Fla.] I I > > up from Tampa Monday and spent,''of Irish potatoes which have almost (J I
and. emaciated. The phy.lcal'xort. of,.. Dear) Sir:' I am interested In hear- Fred Bell, -wlio! has 'sjnt the ''call on frienda before"; returning to the day very pleasantly] with Mrs. i reached marketing stage .- ,
its jvictims have been -tattered to' ing ,more about,your city and' county winter here, left 'on Thursday t for their home at Carmichaels Pa. Fuller's sister; Mrs. R. C. Trimble. ,I I I Dr. Phillips.and Swift were visitors \ :
", C pieces'/ Nature needs assistance I in of Osceola.: Will.-you be kind enoughto New Castle, N. H. Dr. M.: Puckett.Poster was a business : Mr. Robert Nance arrived a few: at. the Sand Lake grove on Sat-- '1 \
-rebuilding the system. The red corpuscles' mail me a copy or so of your paper I I The New EI1'KlandSociety will hold\ caller at Kissiimnee orf Satur days ago from Pelham Bay Naval I urday. )
1 In the 'blood can be. restored ? !'its last meeting of the season on day last. Station, N. Y., where 'he was honorably ,I Our news is somewhat brief just
4_ by-taltfng-. 101 Tonic. This Tonic i Js Mr. Roger; Dodd stjll cashier of .Tuesday, April 8th, in the G. A. R. ,I Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Matthewson left discharged from military serv- at present, as everyone seems busy,
contains iron which we all know the Citizens Bank of. .your city? .J I hall at 2 p. m. All members are re- .[on Monday for Sliwejl, La., to care ice. He left Monday to spend so'me but we are glad to announoe that Or
:. makea rich blood; it also contain Resp tTu1ly-?b'lfn---*.(juested to be present. .i for their grandson E. E. Montgoni- time In Tampa. l ange Center is still on the map, and
.qunln.-which drive. out the malarial T. B. MILLER Mr. 'I j, N. Burch died at his home ;1 ery, who has bees ills\ with the flu. Mrs. Frances Deorls of Kissimmee hope to furnish more news in the

? germs and aid greatly in the restoration -I Greenwood. Jackson Co., Mo. I,on. Pennsylvapia avenue Saturday I'I Mr. William Wheelerwho has was the guest Sunday-"Of Mr. and near future. - 5
,.of,th- human system. The night. March 29, at 9:30 after a been a winter visitor -here left on Mrs R. -Trimble.. They motored
magnesia in this No. '.101 Tonic acts I Pine Bui ft, Ark. Mar. 281919Kissimmee short illness. Raymond Troth,aeon-|I Tuesday for his- ohJ home at Belle- down to Fort Meade to spend a few: I Engraved Caning Cards and Wed.

gently, upon the bowels and rids the Valley GazetteKlssltb..... In-law, came from ElmwoOd1u.iid; ,!,fountain Ohio. hours with friends. ding Invitations Engraved and Embossed
i *ysieiri, :of .all .poisonous and refuse mee, Florida] (I! accompanied the body there for -bur I Mr.. Levi Sharnbow hs purchased Mrs. M. T. Goodman was quite Stationery can be secured at
matter.! Begin. today and take -atIea4t Gentlemen: I desire to subscribefor ial Monday. |the Shearer residence on Virginia pleasantly] surprised Saturday mornIng the Gazette office. Let show I
I j','two weeks At drug stores.IHEO.B1WILLIAMS your valuable paper; send me a I I I Born, on Thursday. March 27th, .a avenue and Eleventh .tr .et. when her mother Mrs. J. W. us yon i
ICoPY and I will send my own subscription girl, to Mr. and Mrs. M Cubben.. I I Mr. Wyrick who has been a winter -' Long, !from Brsfdentown unexpeJct. II our,sample! and prices. tf'vW'

CO and I think there are oth-' Mrs. McCubbens js a daughter of Mr. guest at the'St.: Cloud Hotel.Ieft. entry arrived to spend stew days
,I : ere here desirous of knowing more of] and Mm. Young, of Maryland ave on "Tuesday for. Pittsburgh Pa. 'with her. Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. .
I Florida] and especially Kissimmee Mrs. R. A. Converse and. Mrs. _
Sole!I.Manufacturers town and section.. nue.Mr.. and Mrs. A. Diefendorf, Mr. Frank. Ford and email sort. Richard,

QUITMAN GA. Yours very truly, and Mr*. John Malottt and T. W. who have spent the pact three AMAMMMfWWVAf .
__ MATh R. RODGERS. Rogers. motored to Narcoossee on months here with Mrs Ford's parents H
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: Mr. Ferdipand Rath who was taken There's rich
Star Paisley and Mary Florence] A .
and .Mrs. Laura Lee. motored to with a stroke on Friday' night, '
Tffi CARSON ( hear Billy Sunday returnIng I was taken to the hoapital on Saturday -
to .
& GROCERY CO. here Sunday. '. I and is slightly improved at this satisfying old- 1-
: writing. "
Mrs. H. Burdett, who has passedtv t .
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in pleasant winter in our midst left Mrs. Harry Johnson left on Tuesday -
. time flavor -
on Wednesday morning for her. home for Jacksonville to meet her husband to
at Plymouth Ind. who has been mustered out in ; ,
: GROCERIES Mr. and Mrs. 'Bedford, who .have New York, and is on hi* way home. A
spent the winter at their heme here, Mrs. Smith from Jacksonville, js : .1
left Tuesday for their home at Bristol here with her daughter, Mrs. George THe Original .
Ind. '. Saunders. at Alligator Lake, whose

L _ _ _____ I Mr. and."Mrs. Charles::: Myers, who husbandUs very ill at this writing.

___ have spent the winter: sit the Refer
> > > *jJt *_<_*.* + + + '> > + >: > > > > > > + < 4o,+ House, ,left Wednesday morningfor! POSTUM ,

+. .S +. their summer home at Prairie Depot, PINEDALE ITEMS CEREALfII1

6 +, WE SELL 4' WE. BUY + Ohio: -
+1' + 4 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood and Corn planting] is .on now and probably "
,k -- .+ family expect to leave next.Tuesday- will be' for some time as the that substitute
+ .l'HAY. + + HIDES 4 1 for their home at Coo Cob.: 'Conn.. birds take it out of the ground aboutas nd can ever equal.A _
4. +. 4 : 4'r Mr. and Mr. Curner left on Mon Boon aa .it cornea Vp. : 1-
< + day morning for .Tampa to attendthe We farmers rather resent .
GRAIN *..:: FURS. some healthful drink that leaves ...;
: ..' ,,*.w.L- ,.,'..ff 4 S I G. A. R. and. W. 1C C. Encampment 5*, laws and "bird protection in Florida' no trace of t
'> .4 -' +; this "week. la one of them. Mr. Niswonger harm beverage grateful to the stomach.'

4 .. FERTILIZERS_ 4 > WOOL. 'O I Mrs. Rice and daughters, Miss say the meadow larks just ruined ,
. __ that neveujtaeta '
., '. '. Hetty Rice and Mrs. Miller and his oats, and we know they love nerves, heart or digestion '
t + SHINGLES > -4o 4fl grandchildren, Girard __>w>d Alther strawberries But we realize that as does sometimes coffee. ;

\ -* > . AND Miller! left on Monday to spend sev. people must have naTaries.:' Let the . \\0 }?
era! -Iaay. at Tampa and St. Peters farmers work, etc. '
:'. 1 oOo.. ORANGE .BOXES' t> 4o' ;... 0 burg. The stork; found its way out to Boll Just like coffee
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.J ::0:; 4o O. ALL. 4 'Mr; and M... Frank Sprague, Mia Pinedate and left divine blessing, i- -
> ORANGE WRAPS > .' -.-- ,' Emma Murphy, Mrs. R. G. Hatcher a baby boy at the home of William ,t
: ; fi .4 -4o.o -- 0 and Mr. T. O. Holiday motored to Wheeler.Mr. - Boil thoroughly ( I lH>' minutes after boiling r
V. VEGETABLE CRATES .> -' 0-- COUNTRY St, Petersburg on Saturday' returning James Geer la able to. be out. begins) make it rich and dark and have '
on Monday. but is weak and thin. you 4 ,
4. 4 .. - 4 Mr. and Mrs. "Urban\>> May motoredover Mr. W. J. Calyer ia farming out something that makes meal :
CRATE NAILS 4 -0: .PRODUCE 0 from Orlando on Sunday to ,via- here. He ia putting out two acres of your doubly. lCUJoyaIJl

; "+; 0" _:. .0 tt the. Utter's sister, Mrs. Ruth Gilbert. tomatoes. It. i is mejob., and now L
+, >: :> > + + + ,9 4o'+ 4 + 0-. + e 4 + +.+ .. + + 4 0 + Miss Eva Marshall and frienda 'No Worms la Healthy Child .

s.r:.." .' _ _ \ Mr. and Mrs. Evans and son,and Mrs.Berrie An children _bled with worma here annrthemkby '7"j ere's a Reason "' ...
II We wll field and CardeD Seed Waters, motored over from o Ior.which indicate poor Mood,and aa a ..
of all kinds.
.- Hainea City on Sunday to visit tale,there. la more or less atomech dUtprtMnce.GROVE'S . -- --- ------5 ;j
jlW:*," ive special t attention to fitting 'out huitinand camping parties. friends, TASTELESS: chill TONIC given reg-darly. At Grocers \
W' Freiaehvery in city limits. 'Phone No.' 12. Mr. and Mrs.. Newton Bumetbe, for two the or thr-y. seeks will enrich the blood. 1m- -twto sizes 1 5c & .25c. '
dlgoaUoa sad act
pn-re aj a General Strencthenfai
; We a", .county agents for good fertilizeri. Ask tti for .circular and who have beep) spending the winterat -4- \ Orlando and St. Petersburg mo- tbrow or dlapel the__ .
1 fertiliieri...' __i -- and the Child will be .
s-- .. ,PrceI, -".. tored-over to. St Cloud on Sunday to to perfect health: Fleaaaat to take Wo ye*bottle. 7VWWVWWVWVW '. ,
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Including April 15. Come l Eariy and Get the Pick From Our Immense Stock. of Goods ..

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Everything in Our. Dry Goods Department ': SOME GREAT.: BARGAINS IN MEN'S

Will be Marked Down Brown and Educator
$35.00 Blue Serge Suits SalePrke--_J-_____$ 29.75

I ,Regardless of Regular Price $5.00 Children's Shoes. Sale Price _noo _____________$ 4.00 $25.00 Blue Serge Suits Sale Price_________1.1______ 21.25
__ $4.75 Children's Sloes Sale Price '___n-oo--u-n_ 3.85 $15.00 Summer Suits, Sale Price_____________'_______ 13.00
$4.5& Children's Shoes. Sale Price ______.__________ 3.60 *
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\. $4.00 Children's Shoes. Sale Price _______:___________ 3.15 $12.50 Summer Suits, Sale Price __ __;._ 10.50Bargains
I' 9-4 Peppernell Sheeting, unblcache'd.: at ______.___".__ $ .58 $3.75 Children's Shoes, Sale Price __________________ 3.10
,i i 8.4 Peppernell Sheeting, unbleached: at __'_ _.____ .55c $3/'> Children' Shoes. Sale Price___"_______________ 2.95 in Winter Sail Cant Carry tEem Orer.
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$3.00( Children's'Shoes. Sale Price -1._nu----- 2.35 ,
10-4 Peppernell Bleached Sheeting at __uuun___ .68 $2.50 Children's Shoes Sale Price _______.___________ 2.15
Big lot of Apron; Gin Price. I lOc la---nn .15. $2.00 Children's Shoes. Sale Price ____n__-________ 1.60 I
"" 28c: Ginghams, Sale Price -nnn. ___________ .21 $1.50 Children's Shoes Sale Price __________________ 1.10 Boys' Palm t.Beach Suits _______:__:___v. _---.-.'}..__-n: __$ 4.00 4r

35c Ginghams, Sale Price .____________.:_.:._nnn. .25 as
A'beautifut lot of .plaid silk'striped .... ALL INFANT'S' SHOES Men's and Boys' Pants and Overalls, Great Reduction. "
$2-75 Infant's Shoes Safe-Price _____, __.. _____9 2.10 .
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- -G"nghams-per yard 65c and 75c. Sale Price __. _.u-.. .53 $230 Infant's Shoes, Sale 'Price ______.1 u_._________ 1.95 ,... ... ,Men's Collars'and Skirts will all bo ,
All of f ou.r celebrated Toile Du Nord Ginghams, plaid.checks $2.00 Infant's Shoes, Sale Price ___.:!__.:.:'._____i.____:..::. ,1.55 -'':'marked down Men's Work' will".be,'sold,.. "' .. t
': and stripes.regular'price 40c, Sale Price__-__. -':".:29 $1.75 Infant's Shoes Sale Price ..._..__'..:..;.:.-.._:lii.J\;. + 1.15 ',' ,,'...- .,.Iow.( $1.35 down to 79e. '. ..."lr, '".I,\ .r'r..r; .
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'. K50: Infant's Shoes, Sale Price ...._.-ll: .:;'iii.'i.; ;: _..:i;;;. "*-,95 i J..o/ ' <'"
_50c Zephyrs.Ginghams', 36" ,inch. ,'SalePrice. ;ji'llw.i:' ,: : .39 $1.25 Infant's Shoes Sale Price __,.;-l.-l: : ;,:::::I'il--.ll'r: : :::: : .85 (,: ' '.
''35c Colored Outing\ at ___'__._______-I-_":'_---1-..,.---- .%6 $1.00 Infant's Shoes.-Sale Price. .''-::''J :___i__.;;_-_"_-::. .75 "' i
95e Infant's Shoes 'Sale Price ________ :.__. .70 HOSIERY
35c Pink and Blue Outing, at__ u -' ,_nn30c __-____ .25 85c Infant's Shoes. Sale Price _,'._______nnn.--___________ .60 y 'tr
Canton Flannell at ____ ___ .zz 75c Infant's Shoes. Sale Price ______________________ .55
Oil Prints, ____ n__________--nnn.n n_-___nn__nn n:_ .19Sfroor 50c Infant's Shoes. 'Sale Price nnn____v,_____ .35 $1.00 Silk Hole Proof Sox, Sale Price _-_______________$ M.
75c Silk Hole. Proof $ox. Sale,Price _____________ .65
I Cotton : ____ _= _,n-n_ --------$ .05 _____ __ ." .
s J.j-r -n $7'.50 Anna Shoes. Sale Price __ _..________$ 6.55 50c Silk Hole Proof Sox. Sale Price _ .. l.ff. J'.
36 inch Percale, regular price 40<:. Sale Pricer-_, _______ _.30 $6.50 Anna Shoes. Sale Price _____________________- 5.65 : _- -----\. :- =....;39
'\ 25b Silk Hole Proof Sox. Sale Price __________-___.:._ : .19 ,
, Ginghams,,regular} price. 40c. Sale. Price ____T.__ __ ___ .30. oJ _. il
I I ww Ginghams' regular price. JOe Sale Price_-___________,--- iJJ3 LADIES' SHOES J -

'v Ginghams regular price. I8c Sale Price/g $7.00 Ladies Maxine Shoes. Sale Price ______________$ 5.65 All Luxite I
__.__ _. ,$6.00 Ladies Maxine Shoes Sale Price ______________ 4.85 Holcproof Silk..Hosiery +
.1, One lot Ginghams -- ,---------' ----------- .10 $5.50 Ladies Maxine Shoes Sale Price ____!______L:.._ 4.65 $2.15 per'pair wilt go at._...__:"Jl: ____..___J-: _:.r:;, .____'.:i1.75 .
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All Calicoes --- : --- & $5.00 Ladies Maxine Shoes, Sale Price u ...____ 4.15 '
$1.50 Silk Hose. Holeproof, at ____________ ___.:___ 1.25
Oufing. Sale Price __ ____ ______ __ .24 $730 Brown Shoe Co., Sale Price __r I____________ .6.50 --- ;: M
35c -- -- -- -- --- ---- $7.00 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price __________________; 5.95 75c. Mercerized Hose at_______________.._____._-:__,. ..65''! r

$6.00 Brown Shoe Co..' Sale Price ____?-____...______'_I 4.95 $I.OO()( >'Luxite Hose, at_-_______________..;___,._.;___ ';a5'r Est
$5.00 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price __________.:___ ___ 425
EverytkiIg in the. way of Standard Dry Goods will .b. marked $4.50 Brown. Shoe Co. Sale Price .:.___.._:_______*____, 3.90 1.00 Silk. Hose, at_.,____T.r:______________._...?____,, ,.85 I ..
$4.00 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price ____i___n__;______ 3.25 I1 t I A
; down nfardltM of coat. $3.75 Brown Shoe Co... Sale Price __________.;_______ 3.00 .
" ., .' $350 Brown Shoe Co:. Sale Price _________1________ 2.95 All Cbildren's Hose,will be marked down., ,Ererjrtkinr. 'l in my
$3.00 Brown Shoe .Co.. Sale Price. '__:L____n________ 2.35 Notion Department'will (o.LADIES' {
:: LACES: and EMBROIDERIESAT : : $2.25 Brown Shoe. Co.. Sale Price _____'_____!._______ 1.85 ,..
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,',' All our immense stock ..of Laces, Em- $7.00 Work shoes. Sale Price ?:.:.___v_____.:____$ $.%5 .E '
_ will' marked $6.00Vork Shoes. Sale Price ___: _.__i____,.-------..-- 4.75 yerything-in ,our L c.eis>. ReBdy- -Wea ._
; brolderle8 told THttimitigs be .$5.00 Work Shoes. Sale Price ___j.____._______'___i__ 4.00 department.will be:.marked. down, including : JO
: : at a price that will sell them. ..;: $4.00 Work, Shoes. Sale Price ______..______:1_------ 3.35 our,splendid stock-of Jack TanMiddies : ..
t. $350 Work Shoes Sale Price -_ : 2J9S ;", '
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rk 1 $3.00' Work Shoes.. Sale Price ._ j.___: 2.45 Drettses'and BIQjis s. ;:
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\11'4 Everything in Our: Store Will Be ,,

l All oar immenu Urn. of Douglas dad Qnoen Qualify. Shoes will
Marked-Down' in Plain figures See Our Line of Ladies''House! Dresses'DON'T '
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-n niji ........Be4 Every Frlaey.T .. Sunday, "the great evangelist ALL PARTIES INTERESTED- r S
KII._ "'.II..C ...". COBSBBB 7 who is now conducting a big revival

.K..I._.....FI., ...... meeting In Tampa, has consented CLUDING OWNERS, MORTGA, '

.: .W. B. H rri... ......14.6/. ndwillpreach in the sip.n!morning air on GEES, LIENORS AND OTHERS

& U. Vsi,.. Asraew SecretaryTeirs. Summerlin institute grounds at HAVING INTEREST WHATSOEV.

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?' r ri-\ I! "tJartow Is ''about forty'' miles from ER, IN "'CITY"PROPERTY, WILL BE .
..serriBtloB nateat Kissimmee and the roads splen. '
One Copy; Dna >.ar..--...':t.f'O'' NOTIFIED, WHEN CITY TAXES
i i Y One Copy, Six :II onlh............ !.UU! did nearly.all.the..JVay. Itl.: probable k I /
One Cup 'Threes Months.-..*... ..MAM .,that a large number..will drive. down ARE :DELINQUENT r : FOR MORE 1Lr

.from )here to hear. him. .
authorised communications correspondents except must from ouf beIgnrd MEETS'' THAN TWO YEARS. THESE TAXES -, ;

._ by the writer'/ > MISSIONARY SOCIETY
Itejectwrt t mutter will not be returned I
.. unless. Called; fof.;' : AT MRS. WILDER'S HOM .
.i l' : TIME. THIS AC. ,
Ent..r..i 'I 1'0Ilt-"II"e; KlecimMee
( In the at the 1 .1
The Missionary Society NT''TO
k Florida. as second-rlass matter.) TION IS TAKENPURSU
held -their
.' Baptist church regular
t meeting TuesVlay afternoon at the I INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE CITY ,

e !i home of Mrs. .J. W. Wilder on ,Mab- .' '

ErleeRp 'bette street. COUNCIL. .
olt The opening prayer by Mrs: O. B.I I '
'Falls was followedby' lesson TAX COMMITTEE OF THE CITY '}

I the afternoon, having for its subject I :
\ "Training Schools for Missionaries"pd I COUNCIL'. OF KISSIMMEE.. 13-tj ; :

|> "The Margaret Fund" to provide I 14

.. ,_ Q a school at home where the missionaries an endeavor to secure endowment .

l II : could send' their children for funtl-o-.$fill,060)( ..1o- help support the i .1
education. Mrs. W. II. Jones was 'Odd FellowsBorne' situated at
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the leader for the' afternoon. ? ,r
Gainesville.This y
STArE PRESS Mi's.' H. M. Breaker gave an interesting I worthy 6bject is brought: to I % ,
history of, the training school,(the 'earnest consideration of all trueOddFellows

:and' Mrs. N. C. Bryanspokecttthc.success and those are asked to L .> FAv 4 .t l c cM ct
of the graduates.Mrs. contribute*'whatever they'are able to q 0.rcaP r v J

FRIDAY, APRIL .4, 1919 I J. A. Barclay told of theuse-: permanently secure the comfort of
fulness of-the Margaret Home) giving ,those ,Odd Fellows, the widows and
1W its history and resume of what 'orphan children in distress.

learn that the Okeechobee Call has been done by 'its graduates. Certainly the visit of the GrandMaster .

has recently! changed hands having I I Mrs. J. E. Lupfer.. president of the was all present

? been purchased by a newly formed society conducted a short business! ,and' we found his actions- show him ,

r \ stock company xof business formerly men of of with session prayer and the by program Mrs N. was C. doaed'i place.:,to' be the right' Brother in the right In the dress of the picturesque. and attractive costume of'the Scotch ,Gordon or: :

that city. S. J. Triplett I Miss Ethel Wilder presided at the P. -Master of Toronto Canada .

+ Klssimmee but more recently of St. :piano for the .musical features of the delivered an impressive and .helpful Clan will appear in concert at'the R

new editor and we afternoon. I address lie told
Cloud will be the ? cf the noble work
delicious '
at tHere will be "something I n. Wilder served sand- our order was accomplishing in Canada -
-I predict : ..wiches teaand cakes during the :.
and the Torontosoldiers
tirring" right along- now f i n that pleasant social hour. I.had played in the cause of the world's CASINO THEATRE!! ,

neck of the woods. I . democracy. Sixty thousand Toronto

"THE CAVELL CASE FIVE at the front many alas remaining ,
It has been facetiously said that on the other side at rest in nar-

where women are allowed to vote MONTHS IN THE MAKING row beds but their memories will . MONDAY'I
forever be kept and those who I
one of the firot questions they'ask- From the day. the cast was first II depended them be kindly cared

- about a candidate is "is he good look- assembled to the day the first, public for. upon 8:00: I

ing?" In watching the outgoing showing was given it took Cave ( Orlando' Lode No. 20 was well NIGHT S Ar mL I II'P.M.

mayor swear in the incoming mayorat five months to complete 'The represented. Besides those already
Case" the story of Edith Cavell. the mentionedthere was in attendanceP.
the city hall last Tuesday: night I
British Red Cross nurse the woman G. Faggett N. Y.; J. H. Gresham,

the thought came into our j/inci that the Germans shot in which :Messrs. Fla.; N. G. J. S.Eaton, No. 20; V. L. Each and every member is an artist, with the highest possible schooling on'
h had voted in the recent Plunkett and Carroll present Julia; I
i if the women I Bulla No. 20; P. G. Anderson No. r
, city primary they would have had a Arthur through Select Pictures at II 20; P. C. P. H. lmond_ Swabey his instrument, among whom are Manuel Yougling, Trombone Soloist, formerly with 'f I

difficult] job in choosing their candidate ,the Casino Theater tonight. I Sefhinole Encalnpment No. 13; W'.H.: the famous Theodore Thomas orchestra; Sgt. Turner Nearing Cornet Soloist; Happy
It took 0.000 feet of negative film Coleman FlaV.. M. Skinner Mich.\ ''i
from the standpoint of personal to make the picture, as a number of I After the close; of the meeting refreshments Kent, Xylophone Soloist, and Bobby Broiler, Scotch Tenor the men with a worldwide

pulchritude. We doubt. if any city the most important scenes had to be -and smokes was servedin reputation a* a singer, and the biggest feature in his line work ever carried

q in Florida ever had two better looking made over several times before Director j the banquet hall by the members _
John G. Adolfi was satisfied by any organization. ,
: men to fill the office of mayor. with them. Altogether the pictureis of No. 74. y i l

as near perfect as it is possible to I The Brothers of near and far expressed PRICES: Children 25 cents; Scholars 50 cents; Adults 75 cents :
The newly elected city' officials make such a reproduction and.' n the themselves as having passeda

i took their seats this week '.and in hands of Mr. Adolfi and Anthony beneficial and enjoyable evening.
/ Store =
Seats on-Sale at Central I.
H. E. S. Drug '
their hands now rest the destiny of Ppul Kelly the author, this means I
that "The Cavell Case" is ninetynineper _ _ __

1, the least.municipality While the majority for one. of year the officers at- With cent the perfect aid of in historical detail and societies truth. DINNER FOR GUESTS.OUT OF TOWN... kOTEThe: Houdini serial will be shown at a ;"atinee--a'nd-'a; ;; -

,' have never served Kissimmee and newspaper dispatches!! describingthe before the curtain rises at night.

v 'in this capacity before they are with- actual shooting of Edith Cavell.Mr. Miss Mona Huffman was ;a' hostess : _

all reliable businessmen Kelly was enabled to make an -
out exception and faithful story Wednesday, char } nglY" entertainingwith .
L touch six o'clock dinner her
thoroughly'In a at
: who are
from one of the mbst horrible of all
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conditions here and the flattering apartments on Mabbette street, in .
witty German atrocities! he death of an .
honor of Miss Florence Smith 5f Ft. ---- -- - --
s ._ majority with which they"were innocent and loving woman. The -- .. ;
Pierce ubq was her guest. cause that' Charles P. Dow mid Caroline i ,
the Julia Arthur. is I
star of picture
7 elected shows the confidence renewed '
Quite in keeping with the person H. 1>O. h1kW'Iretwoofthedefrndnnlsherein
well known stage celebrity, while
J in them by the qualified voters.'! The a Creiighton Hale who has one of the nel of her party. Miss Huffman's ta- the. State named of Florida are ,non-rt-sldetitB, any are ronldents' of- 1 5T

combination seerns-to be ,, bappy one other important roles: is a former i bles-presented a marshal appearance of the State of Ma""chu..UII. Shoes Oxfords and. Pumps
Co ootlook"for"'th'e has f6r it was decorated "with streamers and whose address I la 10 Htutf" Street.trfthe ,
and fhe immediate Pathe -.tar and also appeared in I ..Clty..of. Boaton ,state .of, >laaaachuavtts ,
red white and blue and"centered
future*of' Kissimmee Is auspicious., ;support of Pearl White. .Other equally : ? and each aro over the ago, at
,, well known 'players'are William. with flags. Flag trimmed-place cardswere twenty-one-'yearc. It I. therefore ordered -
1 flying over H. Tooker. once a Fox-"'and Metro, used and red rose buds and that said non-resident defend, E.will be. pleased to have ,. r' -
'An aviator the western and are hereby required to appear W-
< ferns were the dainty favors. anO/be/
who been
star, and Paul"Panzer has
the bill of complaint! filed In
to in and look
i- art of Orange county last Sunday .seen in many' Patbe 'serials. Plates were laid> for Misses Florence said c.u.lton! or_before,_ Mon'dajr. the_ you come
-th, #*y of May. A.' U. 9t1l"" fitHSTwTse- our Spring .i'e"of Oxfords .
Hopson, and Mona Huffman; Lieut. the alletratlonns of said bill will betaken
Jmmmock near! a lake. He prbmptly OFFICERS 'OF GRANITLODGE James M. Huffman and Earle A. as 0nnfesi ed by acrid defendant.It and Pumps. '
thin order
I.l further ordered that
drew of the surrounding VISIT 1. 0. O. F. MEETINGOn Cowger. of the naval reserves. i he published once aweek for four con- I w .

a country indicating the location ..of the I' The honor quest'- left Thursday -secutlve weeks In the Klsslmrnee I Valley In- I Ladies in White,Brown sod Back
(]Uazette a newspaper published
i .till; flew to Orlando, hunted up March 20th, Kissimmee Lodge morning for IfeLand to visit old i will, ]I. County and State.This '
a Full and
t will Louis, Military HeelsIn
1 t Sheriff Gordon handed him the map 74, J. O. O. F., was honored by a school l mates. Lieut. Huffman .April 2nd. 1919. -
+ fraternal) visit from Grand Master; remain here till Saturday. J. I,. OVKHSTUKKT.REAJ : prices ranging from-
and left without giving his name. ( .) Clerk Circuit Court. T,
,J. IL Shirah. 1 I
? The sheriff immediately got b'li'sy, -The Grand # a ter's.visit. proved Solicitors for Complainant. 16-ot.; $4 to.$9
and now has said joy juice factory both instructive festive. Duringhis :Classified AdvertisementsWANTED ,
r ' oiled at the Gray tone hotel and' entertained --
a rerular practice with the airmen -Good household. furnnure, Prices ranging from .
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by Brother Marmaduke !. Court of Commtr Judge; "ts .f' ... .,
t we sapposeithestills would be with .aF.some chickens. K. .A. Stroup 1atiFARMERSSendtoday # Florida .01. .'....y. //1, ,
manager o[_that hotel 'topper, R. D. No.. 2.. Kissimmee. Fta. "
caniouflagtd and equipped with", I antiaircraft f which invited meetr the G. $5 to $10 -
at "
v '. were to : !. r. testate or ally O. T.t...... ;,
M.. D. D. G. M. John L. Ove street for"a free sample to all whom -
guns __ ; Notice Is hereby given j'
of the Florida Farmer and
: secretary, Fr H. Thrasher; P. C. Patriarch Stockman copy published at Jacksonville. It may concern, that on the 2Sth day { CHILDREN'S OXFORDS IN ALL STYLES
w H. Edmond "Swabey and Tells about livestock raisingdairy- of October, A4D. 11118. I shall apply to
I .
The Gazette has not ) asked to the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of :
Brother Otera N. G. of Prospect No. Ins;,, twice poultry a,month citrus at fruit 50e and yearthree truckIng -- said Court as Judge of Probate for i Men's Work Shoe, Bat_ Made, from $4.00to' $6.50
make for the short- per
{ any apologies 38. After the supper .the GrandMaster my final discharge as Administratrixof

, ;; .comings of the retiring city. administration and suite, visited Kissimmee years for 11.00. Only livestock the 'estate of Emily O. Tatman deceased I
and that at the same time I
and general farming In the :
q nor do we intend to do so. Lodge No. 74. state. Write today. paper will present to' said Court my Anal accounts -< FREDS., GILBERT j I
I The following comprised the suite: a. administratrix to said estate ,
We believe necessary ,
no apologies are -
Grand Treasurer Frank Helms, LOST -A round black onyx pin. ornl- and ask for their.approval.. "
: But to those who have been I Grand Guard P. B. Wicoff P. G. mented with bunch of grapes, cantered Dated April ford A, D. 1 III II. '
L' ,, criticise would with pearls. The pin has a ALMA. T. ,.MORRISON.: ---- .. ..
to them P. Eaton -
C. Frank -
;disposed we Marmaduke F-7 ; gold band around it. It Is a family ls-0-a-no-S-mo. f Admini.tratrix.AOTICIO - - --- - I

'4, [point out, that the past year ha tp.The G. Martin third degree Otero.- was: -conferred be keep-sake given for and,It.a liberal return reward to Mr.will OB1 ADMINISTRATOR.. . . . . . . . . ...... .. .'
i the most difficult for .. _...... .
'Prob&bI7.been Claud Harper 11. (.For Fled' D. ) .
a ". T Brother Ira Keen J. M. Cooper ..
' all; Florid municipalities, except Randall Keen and Thatcher John WHAT. AM I offered for 40 acres In I. Cart ;0 f C.utr Judgee. as.,.. er t i
f those whir soldiers were stationed, \ Okeechobee counr. Land in Bee 17.Address .- FI.rI.. Oseofa C..t,.. J;

\''in the history:: of the state The war 'stun.Th.. remark of the Grand Masterwere $5.14; Oasette. "R." car. KissimmeeValley tIONmr" >. 1.-lOet.t. .,. Sarak J.- AdolsuNotice -PA HE.

' [t practically ah t'l clown ''all civic Im- highly, appreciated more particularly -. )' given, to all whomIt
those concerning-thejprowtli : TO 'fOAN-; real estate may corn, that on the 10th day .
. zk {(prvvementa'the t price of. labor and of our order in Florida. "' V and cattle. George W. Fox AU)'., of September A. D. 1119. I shall applyto
Ktsslmme. Fla. U-l -pd. Honorable T. M. MurphJugeof
materials: went a large He reminded delve hvahn n .' ,
op, propertton _-us_a
of form .
said Court as Juke Probate .
I SALE!. Second-hand Ford"ears I =- .
I of our young men were in the '-- -- -- ","' final discharge as Administrator of I -
\ attractive prices, Osceola Motor Addis, deceased \
the estate of Sarah a. :
''v' and there was .. .. i
} army general depression Co. (07 Broadway and that at the same time I wlit pre.- : -- -
t in.;all lines of bulin..s. With ent to-uid Court, ray ;1lrtal accounts as Phonographs That Play ;:
FOR SALE Work horse and some hay Administrator of .aere.taie;, and ask
f vt1 t' ,.. condition existing' It Is. but tape Brcfic H. Bjaarda. /' for their approval; ." ALL
tt fair to the, retiring administration Dated April znd. Al D. 19n. : ;
.t FOR SALE-Eighty acres; lK.a. rs D.-q. WAGNER, -.
,: .+'r4 j say that webelieve they' had' the weU cleared and under..rov.i.OO'O fence; I acres Inb.aring 16Oamomo. Administrator. $
worthof '
|fare of/Kissimmee at heart and r -
: managed 7P .ctlla fourroom AM! ORDINANCE! i
the affair of the) 'well : house and-rklf 10 f Pathe Records Played by
I, ( city as- Lots head of cattle and a good bunch ofrang An Ordinance to Repeal Section St ''of Sapphire Needles... Each ,
> -Jaa- .could have been expected under bO"'.. loose on' the range.Farming the Revised Ordinances of the City Record Guaranteed v
to Play
t circumstance tools and implements Located Relative to the Duties of the City One Thousand Times. j
tbe Kenansrllle.. Price ,
near .100
.0 ,Alf half cash balance terms to suit. B. C> rk. 1._ We Dave Just Received a Lot pf; the Above Phononographs -
46-4748 One H. Guy, Fla. 15-tf
I DWELLINGS toz-rant Apply to U OF 'TUB CITY FLORIDA OF KI88IMMRB! Machines Ranging in Price .

.4.many". .'W / We within friends for this heir way kindness to thank. and our FOR QUICK SALE TO[::HIGHEST FOR'Tiller.RENT-Broomhouse' furnished!; Revised. Section Ordinances 1. That Section of the If City 0 f.-the of From $35.00 to $f50 OG' I;

? cautlful floral tributes in our recent 10-room house furnished; housekeeping Klssimmee Florida. of December 1st. : : ,
t i; sorrow when God removed removed rooms! unfurnished' dwel J.l I. velatlva' to collections for water
t, ". from oar home our darling baby. ( FOR -CASH lings. Airs. H. E. Wells. tf. and light charges by the City Clerk .,. .. :
be and the same Is hereby repealedand Records From
75c $Z..50 __
MR. AND' H. jko
MRR C. LIGHTSEY, FOR SALE: -One Emerson Typewriter., henceforth.of 110 fore and effect.
MILDRED LIGHTSEY. model three visible, as good Mnew.. The City Council .hall by resolution, -- "
OR Apply Valley adopted by a majority of Its members., I "
., have the authority to appoint a water
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.i ,'- tALENT.TEA THISJUFTERNOOH , and light collector for the.City of Klssimmee COME IN AND SEE THEM --- : '
I. CirrmH Co i -' a' AT MRS. OVERSTREETS .nth. JsKleal Clr viu .....&. his duties and -fix the amount of his . r
C..t I. bond with full tower to discharge 1 r' :
'!I'"I" : ? C"IIeft7. ..
G. M. MacDonough ',' such water and light: collector for nearlecy tG.
/ Ucsdam C. H. Summers, ,H.. M.I The Waters ,*' Carson Grocery Com of duty:!! or for the commission of .. '
Ffann I R. F. Aodnett and J. u. Overate pan,. ar corporation Coraplalnanta ,. any. acts which. In the opinion of theCouncil

P ., ;street,-; giving a, talent tea this 2249 Poet Street T. 'L. Curry. and VS.Viola C. Cdrr,.. bis would warrant OE.O.his W.dismissal FOX!;\ : H. GRANTHAM

V :afternoon t st- .the J. -L-v Orerstreet wife; and Charles P. DOw and Carolina ATTEST: President of the Council .Sai.fac. ; : Store : ;
'home on. Main at for'the benefit H. .pow, his wife Defendants J. R. GILBERT Clerk. ." ,

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y, -. Week of April 7lh _, '
.... o.uo.. ... . . ... ...a... .1 Sunday Mr'; and"'in Mrs., Klsaimm Tom Jackson**.- .Voluaia spent *Matinee 4:30.: : 'I .J ;: '.Nlght'l5 . "" "tIL : "

Record. ...
County ---
:: Weather Report :; j All kinds of-Florida home and In- MONDAY. ,, i ?

vestments.. Write us your': wants!:I Select presents Alice Brady In ;
Nelson Realty Company, ..1'' '"THE DEATH DANCE., '.
4th Episode: HOUDINI in -
who has been employed
Wm. Arnold "
Following are daily: tempera ,
tares and precipitations: re- ip l ; dackeenville, came home "THE, MASTER MASTERY. .,' .
'. ported. by ,Government'station' < > Tuesday and expects to remain here TUESDAY ---

let Ki simm e fohe wV nd-' ; ; Mr. and 'Mrs":'R. S. Hall of, Sanford Exhibitors: Mutual presents SessueHawakawa ...
ing Thursday. April 3, 1919: were"Sunday guests of their cldUmfriends inBONDS I -

Ma*. Min. Rain J.- W. Thompson and-family. ; OF HONOR."

t Thursday *..__. "71' .61 t* I' Hatching' Eggs For Sale] -Genuine Gaumont News. : a _t., '
strain of white leghorn.; $1.75per J ,- it1jiii
Ferris . : .
Friday v.,_...._ 75 45. setting. A. E. Thomas 9-tf WEDNESDAY

ri Saturday _, _.; 77 48" and Leslie In .....
w Dr: C. I.: Stacey spent Friday YitagrapH presents Gladys
Sunday __..... 80 50 Saturday in Klssjmmee and 'Oakland FORTUNES CHILD." .

Monday ___-__ 76 52 Qn business connected: with the Pres Mutt and Jeff in '

Tuesday j_.:;::... "72Wednesday 42' bytery. ."DOG .GO.XE LUCK"THURSDAY '.. S
Miss Mona. Huffman.left Friday
!9 .45 .
i - for Davenport to' spend the week-end ,
o Oto.'OOOOOo--' with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs.. 'Stewart William For presents Tom Mix" in

( .For Sale-Four' mules, W. J. Milter. i Read elsewhere about Arthur Hal )d Loyd ComedyCompany. -' (
' 46-tf .I Fields. He will sing for you 'forever. .' .e,4." . ,- ": ,,

': Judge H..11. Hancock- Okeecho--! on the J4ew Edison ,'Te' Phonograph FRIDAY ..... .. . t .. A
:0"F .
attraction : ..
, ? businesshere I with a' Soul.'? Select presents Great. Special. -. '.- _-: --- 'o. ,. ,
bee, was transacing 1 ,
and at' Orlando this week. I Dr. H. P. Cartwright of Bowling PATROL." .. : -

, I, Hear that Lyric Male Quartette on Green, Ky.,- and one is of distinguished the South' Produced"THE by MIDNIGHT Thomas H. Ince with an '":: r:7 'hear Arthur ,Fields on the vaudeville ..t.8He ;*; ;: \\y', ', ''?, '
leading physicians, a :
the New Edison, at the Central Drug all Btar cast. EVER * % '
Store. visitor in the city and Ar sing he Eves It-he is it. Fields NT
Gaumont G\Graphic I Fatty- t. just a song; 'V '-' r ..
' There are now eight members. enrolled C.- E. 'Buckhannan arid George buckle in y. ;..tfv.\;; ;:. &y :
in Osctola's. .bee club. This Paustain of Kansas City, Mo.::\ are "THE.BOUNCER. ." can take any. joU->ng and make .y ou shank it's, the greatest .... ., <
carried under the direction . spending the week here the guestsof - -- ""
work on .
.. ,
I i. of the county: dmonstration of ,A. Nelson and faVnily; . SATURDAY.- j hithearT. : ,. u:1' \_ (., d

1\1" )Ir, and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet, Mrs. Wilbur in "
agent.Mr. Crane -
Huffman, Triangle presents .. -:---'The -pictureKows ,Arthur Fields ni the .Edison Laboratories ; a
( >; and Mrs.. Jchn Dick accompanied E. E.. Wells and Miss "UNTO THE END." ,
r Rev. and Mrs. Canon Bryan I motored to.. Orlando Thursday night 11th of Pearl White In .. -' -
I ; by Episode -= ,.,
T ----- of f his recent hits, against the 'New'I ...
left Thursday' morning. for Se- to attend the state SundaySchool '- "THE LIGHTNING.RAIDERS'' letting one song (I '
.v; "
II. bring, where they will spend sometime convention.Mrs. "SUNSHINE COMEDY""MONGRELS"--. '''The i -:-
. of it one
Edison's Re-Creation question was
:..f'' returning here later. G. W. Persons motored to

C. P.\\Whipple, of Binghampton, N'I Orlando Tuesday for an outing, accompanied -I I ,. tell Arthur Fields in the flesh from Arthur Fields in the i instrument .
her Mrs. Fish 14th The
!, Y.. who is an extensive property owl by guest Coming Monday. April '
L, ner in Florida and has several residences and Mesdames L. H. Ingram-. W. ,I I Royal Scotch Highlander. Band. ? The jury found itself hopelessly baffled. It could ', it "

l (in Kissimmee, returned here ,Bailey _and J. Z. Roberspn.Mr. : .,Houdini Serial will bQ shown onJhis -- ---- --- _ --- - -,-- .\ --L..L./ : ,

rTu; after vlsdting-Orlando" -andother ,B. WCannon,, formerly. .of ::date at 4:30 and at night.8:15, .preceding not distinguish singer from instrument. The verdict wa -, I , ,,'

places. ,.Klssimnaee, but now of Georgetown, the concert program. .
, Bargain-Price less than city tax S C., has been spending several days .thumbs up" and the Re-Creation was released '.
., valuation. Five-room bungalow, modern here looking after business matters I I cMrs*. W. Summers of Barnesville.Ga. r .

. ; complete order. Unsurpassed lo ,and greeting his many friends. : ., arrived Friday for an extended .. There's but one in.trumenl'which can meet.a test like .
cation. Box 431, Oity. 16-lt.-pd. :I Raynfond Bearden, who has been .vi f it with- her son, Dr. C. H. Summers '
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barclay, Mr. I I in the aviation department, has been and family. this one-the famous tone test and t/;iat'ss. the New Edison, t
and Mrs. W. B. Barnard and theirS honorably discharged and returned I For Rent-Two furnished flats.

friend Mrs: Lee, were among' the home Sunday from Montgomery, I with modern conveniences. W. B. r which cost $3JDOO,000 to perlecL'Call _._ '
Kissimmee people motoring to Tam- Ala., where he has been stationed.. - <&
pa-for the week-end to hear ,Billy. : Ask to hear Anna Cace King "Com- I Harris, Gazette office. 38-tf at our store tomorrow and hear_>. demonstration.*

Sunday speak. ing Home" on. thi! New Edison- "Thl' I The editor of the Valley
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williamsand Phonograph with a Soul," at Central under obligations to R. P. If you conclude to purchase-and we're confident you willpayments _.

daughter Miss Ettie were in Drug Store. = for a. liberal supply of spring beans, be"made reasonable intervals if .. s
I at you
and beets. may
Kissimmee Monday on their way to new potatoes
is expectingthe
DeLand, to" make arrangements forth Mrs. Howard Kntz Mrs.! J. J. McCranie, Mrs. D. G. .
,arrival of her sister, Mrs. F. E. Dennis prefer that method.
entrance of the latter as .a stud- two children from Rolla Wagner and Mrs. Lane; Paulk motored
ent at Stetson University. to Orlando Thursday for a
Pleasant Valley school closed a Mo. Mrs. Dennis's husband is in the "spend the day' with friends.! .- ,
in Germany and -
of occupation
successful term last wek, with interesting I army her stay here will be indefinite. AIr and Mrs. James A. Allan of --jne NEW EDISON"The -
programs: of songs and re Toronto Canada, who are spending
citations_ The pupils, with the assistance l Six rooms, lots of porches, flowing the winter here, motored to Lakeland ,. t"
.of their teacher Mrs. RhodnLueae'prepard 'well 1V4 acres good land. Snap price; Tuesday for a couple of days at the Phonograph With a Soul" .. .... ,
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a fine exhibit of gen easy terms; better hurry. Nelson country club. --

eral) school work. ,Realty Company.{ | Mrs..H. W. Meetch received a mes- ' +

W: A. Hamilton and daughter, Miss I Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Fox of Tampa. sage last Friday telling of the illness CENTRAL DRUG STORE ..... ; ,
t Frances, and Mr.Uick. who have been and Mrs. Fred liable of Raleigh N. of her mother, and left at once for .' ,. ., ."
visiting W. J. S. Carr and his family ,,.C., and Mrs. Peters of Tampa werea Harrisburg Pa. Mr. Meetch followed Agents :
at Coronado Beach came home Wednesday. " congenial party motoring: to Kis on Sunday. .

Mr. Carr and .his son Laurence simmee SundayfQra visit at. the r Dr. and'Mrs. John Frill who have __PHONE' 41. -_' 'J- n\\
: .J'accompanied;:;i them and re home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. StanfordG. been spending the winter here left

mained over night I II. Chenoweth and family have Monday for their home in Sparta.? ,
i'"" _278 acre farm well located partly :returned to their northern home af- Wia. They were old-time friends of I "';

improved, for sale at bargain price. I,tef spending another winter in Kis- F. Herzberg and family. --

and on favorable terms. Nelson Realty I simmee. Mr. Chenoweth is another I I Mr. and Mrs. David Cohen of Cin- c-4 -
Company. I of the; winter visitors who purchaseda nattl. 0., who are winter visitors whatis - -- -

John H. Baisden of Whittier, was home this winter and expects to here, and S. R. Chapman and wife, G. W.-Persons the GotwallU has purchased residence, --- - -r---- .. .
.. in Kissimmee Wednesday. Mr. Bais return early next faj.1 left Tuesday on an auto trip to' Miami known as
: and is havingit" re-
,; den is now engaged> in the housepaintinw.buainess..atAkeechobee "Lieutenant Edwin McAllister, who' and other east coast towns.HPraltie'Eanrhwith .- modeled.on Lake street Right ...
Are >
......_-.-_" the'I .yguesb-of-*1.uMle,-A..j I lakefront trade -'''D'T'liuther: llolloeay -"of 'allihase : ; For Go.ods..that ;: ;
: that .work in ,
'Cilvi:ire tales'
three .week's sick
D. Page for a 500 head of cattle; fpr sale" or :; visiting his .
is the today
that city -
line at ,
: building and painting leave while convalescing from a recent Nelson Really .
for northern property. ,
'I\' place is lively. just .now. j attack.of influenza, left Wednesday old time friends, 'Mr. and 'Mrs. Emmett '" '
Company .
( ",\ Sam Prather, who recently' returned :. for Camp lAe. in Virginia Brown. ; ( ; -. ',
from Overseas service, arrived in Lt. McAllister is in the regular army. I| Benjamin Cobb who has been Mr. and Mrs. W.' P,'Brown of Clark At Prices ThatAre Right
Uncle Sam in the 840th Aero Kissimmee visitors
Kissimmee Tuesday, having been r/>n- serving County, Ohio, are
Lieutenant Mrs. L. R. 'Paxton
weeks and Squadron overseas, for the past ten at the
orably discharged about two "I this week. They are guests .
of Titusvlllc, to Kissimmee this .
Beforecoming to KissimmeeMr. motored land a half -months, came home Graves house.
ago.. Prather pent two weeks with on Thursday of last week and were week with an honorable discharge.! P.: A. Vans Agnew of Jacksonville A Jew Suggestions
"spend the night uests" of Mr. and Patronize The Cut Price Grocery. ;
his mother and sisters at Clinton, S. Mrs. H. C. Piano. Lieut. Paxton has Miss Ella Carter and her niece spent the morning' in town on legal '. '
C Kathleen Steele, have arrived from business lie states that '
just returned from the scene of war
_. Dr. C. H. Summers came h, me. where he was in the trenches for Jeasup, Ga., for an extended visit 'FraHlf'Varnr'Xgnevr 1s" now employed for ,Your Approval: _
Sunday to enjpy; hrs birthday anniversary nearly a year. with J. W. Thompson and family. in the War Office in London, in
with bf*. family here. Mr. Miss Carter is Mrs. Thompson's sis, charge of the Tank Service. "
i Mrs. Willson of Lakeland, ac' Mr. W. B. Meetch and daughter; r' "
and ter. of Orlando who
't Mrs. E. S, Boring SPECIALS '
Mrs A. r.rFrain: left Monday night '
him and were his guestsfor SATURDAY :
.;. 'L- companied for. their home in Harrisburg, Pa, Miss Lura Warden, who has beenthe has been attendinathe Billy Sunday ,r\
& the day. Afro/ Summers joined' of-her sister Mrs. A. M. meetings at Tampa, spent a few day '
after the winter at their
} ._. the party on their.- return trip Lakeland met< pleasant spending bungalow on Mabbett St. Story and brother, C. K. Warden at with her daughter Mrs. J. J. Mc I Granulated Sugar lie Ib; $1,00. Worth to a Cuatomer'
.. spent Monday' and! Tuesday in Mr. Meetch- promises his friends -to Kissimmee-Park" for the past winter, Cranie, 'this week, while en route for !'

.. his return. earlierthan usual next fall left this week for' her home in Pulaskl her home. Meal and Grits, Sc Ib; 10 Pound 'to. .,aCuitoni'e.-.
Vernon Delhart. famous for and to remain longer In the sirring. Te'I'I"1'' Rev. _and Mrs. W.: II. Coleman, -" -
Southern Melodies is wonderful. MTS7T. M. Rivera. Mrs. Julius Smith

I '': Hear}; Caroline""Can't You Hear Me + # OO 0-0 0- .0000 00'OO C 1:1: C'O 0't :, and Miss Elsie McCoskey,. motored, 'pLOUii.s. Apricots, 'beav synJp :_,;-,_-.. ..82't

Callfh', T" ,at Central. Drug. -- .. - _..f .. to Orlando Wednesday to attend the Gold MtdaJ. 24-lb .ack..-_.. 1.70 Best ,sliced Pineapple/cap.",ilB ,,42
Store. convention 3n
'. State i ,, Sunday School
Grated Pineapple, can I80
tack_ _.. 1.70 ; -r'-- :
The Royal Scotch HighlandersBand. session. there Pillsbury;; 24-1b Flour IbiW; .16
|/who have been delighting Mr. and Mra. Charles. Nr Paver Self.Rlalnl'241b sack.___. 1.70 All, Pancake ,
thousand with their excellent musicat for their Cincinnati ._.. V7V4 Corn flakes; 2kforri..y.x',25PostToaaties
left Ib
Tuesday; Loosa Flour; per ? ; : .
J3t., Petersburg the past' winter . home. They* were' ',accompanied to Z.for.__4."_,._ .25

have start...-their annual concert TAX NOTICE!! the train by a'large party; of"friends Black 'Eye:Peas, lb. 9c., 3 for.25. Shreaded.Wheat'pkg.t.r.' < _.. :''.14
tour and will pJ..concert program their journey'and '
to wish them well'on Matches,, paekage ,.: ',.05, ',
at the Casino on Broiler Monday, the night iamousScotch April,, ; an early ,return next; fall. Navy Beans, 2 Its ?_.-.??__' .25 Picnic Hamvtb '_._.l;;;:.i-':-f"-O-\: '...\-;, ..sO"
14th Bobby Sunday
Tenor and other soloists of .Kissimmee' at least doesn't not.this get time.Billy It was- :.Lima, Beans, IbV 16c.. 2 for.. .25 No; .10 Snowdrift;.-1-..:: ....,._...2.40'w'
nets are .with. the company ( : confidently expected by several of Irish Potatoes, 15 Its to'peck ,..,55 No. -Snowdrift -.-.---':'-. .f:\\IM ..f

Nice six room cottage, large lot, \ the ministers here that, the noted Best Bacon __...--.._..:..__. 38 Lard,'Compoxindt; Ib ,... -:-.... ,.:28' "r i

Qf garage, two machines, good barn, view of the fact that preacherwould make this city a visit- 40-60 Prunes, Ib ____.....i. ..26Arbuckles .' -. |- 2\5D'"' ,
r for e or rent. Partly furnished. In ; 80 next Sunday morning, but they received '. Timothy '.? ba, ....={ ,- t

_- Nelson Realty Company '. a letter thisweek saying he Coffee, Ib ._.:-...,..- ,28, Natal Hay,.. lOOJJbsi;+..';;.:,--f Z-00:

.Road Superintendent L. R: Farmer property! owners have paid would go to Bartow instead tHow. White House Coffee, Ib .,.. .45
many ,. ever, in case he conducts a meetingin J.: ,
1 has completed about a mile and a he definite- Maxwell Hoi .te -Coffee; Ib ._ .40'Senate DRUGS,. ? .

half of the three miles this of city brick with road St. "' their J91ESt State:and( County i i taxes : ly1 I to Jacksonville vldti this ,city<,promised. Coffee, lb. ..........i -.45 Turpentine,,: per'boiti*;._-4 .10''

1, which -will connect to finish the job in t No.' 1 Tomatoes, ears _______ .10 Camphor,:per bottle;;.;.l.I_. "t25= :

.,il'. about Cloud,and two expects more months. The portion that the tax books : CHAIRMAN' FOX SAYS MIXRELIGION No. 2 Tomatoea ..____.-..._."v ;].5 Castoria,. pets bottle't_.. __ ?;'<> .

5 of.the road being built by Mr; Farmer supposing. : WITH BUSINESS Van Camp's P.ork'and Beans .15. Sulphur) per 1>k1r..' ::1.....- ..+-,* '.0&

.<::I. is of grouted brick. All' the .work road would' close'on April first who : Attorney George W.- Fox, who Was .Catsup, per bottle ___--_?._ .1.4 .Epsom Salts, per' pkg ._.._- 'J)6

is being done by' the regular : elected chairman of $he elt7'-council Kerosene Oil, gallon ___c...-- .15;, Vaseline "per ,bottle .l-i-;: .._, .J)5

:supervise'' for the coming municipal year, rung. .Tbread. pooh.,,_._.....*.,. 05. Maebl0.;OiI, per' bottle ;-.- .20 I

.' completed portion'tifthe >
t. will compare favorably with any i meeting by calling on one of the pastor No..:2 Corn __._.___.>.,.._ 20 Carboli: Acid per' bott1e'Sweet' ,,-__-: .14'
other piece of road in the -state. I 'will close tax books on April o who was in the audience to open .24 Spirits Niter,: bottW.. ..14 'ci
'.1)[ : the meeting with prayer: Mr. Fox Peaches, Heavy, : Syrup ? . ...\' ,"-
hear' f '
:J. We invite youto' the i said-he believed' in mixing JiU-relig '
-Trio sing "How I Wish I Could must be in with bushiest and says it is his '
/- 15th. Deposits my : ion .
r Sleep Till My' Daddy Comes Home"on intention to follow this custom CUT GROCERY
', ,the, New'*'Edison. They sing it. throughout Ha term of office. ;In PRICE CASH .
j .Central Drug Store. office before that date to of -':'
too, ,on or fact the ministeral association r 1'1',

: First Lieutenant Marion Farmer, .. Kissimmee has been invited- 'send .. Phone ?41 .422 Broadwayraw: . ..'
1, who has just been honorably discharged avoid! additional costs. "'' one minister to each regular meeting
:? returned horn this week. : : : 1B.3. to perform! this office, in that way.arotation" QUICK SALES. AND_ 'SMALL. PROFITS ..... f
the and each ,
f:. Lieutenant Farmer is perhaps will be insured .. ---"
.only Kissimmee boy to receive a com- C. L. BANDY church be represented at some time. :
. ri
.\kmission In the aero department-of Mr.. k army. He went over sei.. with the / chairman of' the council with.years' .It. Mrs. H. '!'Q I S. B. Chute and- wife, who PUfthaieel
Si and
J first Croup of' observers. andwas Tax Collector. of experience !in Knoxville, 'his former Mrs handsome winter-home'httBthls, '1
for Lo.ghmuswbmr a
made Adjutant- the port of Brest ._....... _, for"some time. Later he entered the that his services wills of inestimable they. were joined aven'fora of. Kiasimraee, left Monday. for Nova.Scotia. ..
school again and received his value to 'during the Lee and taken-tor extensive''
flying mother and sister .' Mr. Chute, 1*!' an
.lieutenant. He has "of development visit with his Ua Jn- ',
cpmmission as coming .period the. winter there. fruit grower theN u looking
+ been for more than a year. who are spending Florida. t't
overseas .1. to the fruit situation In ;
,militarv.record is'gratis . .t. 'for the Valley Gazette I They returnedhome Tuesday.:
'fsi"n His splendid! .to his maoy&istimmeefriends.y ... ..fO..O..t..O. . .... Subscribe : -, ','

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SUage Furnishes the BMt'R.he...- It: i I. much more drought resistant, _ _ _ -
: For Winter Use. than Is corn, and 'on lght, soils will I I .
.1 often return much heavier yields FINISH THE JOB The' fact was made public yesterday -I ---r"----
We all the means than corn. There are] a 'unmber of that Governor Catts had issued M..JKAIZ.MIEB.TAINS;
carry .One of the best and surest ,..
% I a proclamation setting the time--for ,, '
i leadingvarieties of'' increase in the varieties that rnaY.'ulled satisfactorily -M M I. ', '
of accomplishing/
closing, the tax books back ,trtrtri
for- this but1 those that .
which have been purpose.
., Seed amount of forage grown is through'the Father And Mother .Ot Beys<< Who I IRlake'd" days. In ,pther words, from March 1 ,- '
'tested and known, tow return the. heaviest-yields, of green j
of according -
produCtIon more silage '
Howard 'Kats charmingly entertained
'"' All Will See That The'Bill 31st. to. April 30th.\ < Mrs.
_ b* belt, adapted .to to J.' M-.Thompson of the feed are usually preferable. I the auction bridge club en
.' i1 our soil and climate. Experiment Station. In general, silage Sorghum may be planted any time Are Paid The proclamation was based 'on the of last week at her home
r1r: Write for our 1919 Ii splendid feed for cattle, and from March 15 to June 15, if the factjfhat several,-- counties .pf the state In'Thunday'Kiutlmmee her guests spend
East ;
r catalogue' and weekly It-is'especially valuable' In'the rationo ground is not'too,dry. Red top'sor- have been yisited by"disasterous": with, that populsar-
[ price list Free.Oldett cattle. ghum, one of the best varieties for The -VI tory..Loan, fifth' and .last of storms which._It is supposed embarrassed ing the afternoon
_ dairy amusement, Mrs. H. S. Geiger received -
1 Either corn, sorghum of Japanese'cane silage purposesrrrequires" 'from 100 to the na'tionaj Liberty Loans -will be the property owners. I the guests' prize and Mr..

& 'Established is valuable ,for' putting in the 120 days to make the crop. put over In the campaign beginning As soon a* he read the' procjama'on. | Piano was the fortunate winner .of
: Seed House in silo. As either of these crops can be I I! Where the. crop la allowed to mature W. E. Martin,' tax collector for the club prUe.: ,
I-c Florida. successfully grown on most ot the ,' and the silage carefully' packed April :1 and continuing three weeks, this county, at ones wired,the, governor : Mrs.! Katz, refreshed- her guest,

cultivated lands of-- the tate and u.lIilal8 .,Japanese cane will usually be' found is enthufllaMU ally and completely as asking permission'to close thebooks with hoi buttered rolls, coffee, straw
4 Js the most ecoomic form in'' satisfactory. It produces no givin here according schedule. He cream'at the conclusioncf
E. A. MARTIN. berries and
the preceding loans That Is
'\', which' roughage' can be preserved for and will not, therefore, be equal ,in were cerr old the executive that the county their ,
SEED CO.Jacksonville. winter use. Prof. Thompson advocates feeding value to either corn or sor laIn, as Indicated bytbe., responses I was never more' proiiperous; that the"i 1 1i The members games. of"the club and Mrs.

J _. I Fla. the increased acreage* to silage ghum. In :feeding i it, an allowance, of rrom the loyal workers-who are ready i eople; here had suffered no setback;' II. S. Geiger and Mrs. Harry Maeteh
1t Corn is admittedly the standard grain: should be given to'counter balance l. and that really no good reason exist- this pleasant event.
crops. to. their kervlces, to their country enjoyed
crop for this purpose Where this deficiency < 'd in this county to postpone the ,

other 'conditions are equal, the great-1 I A precaution which should be observed until the Job "Is finished and (he Mils :date of closing the books. j What ape: the farmers in-your oec- ,

r er tho yield of grain the better will in the preparation of the si- Ml paid. This morning Mr. Martin received ton doing in the way of cooperaMa ,-j

be the quality of the si1: 'lfe. Hence lages is thorough: packing as it goes Whatever spirit of "let down" that I the followlnlr .telegram from the governor tion? 'T I
the varieties that produce the bed fnto the silo This is especially Important : "If"Ou can possibly close "
; Hay OB' yields of corn will\ usually be found in the castr 'of Japanese anc nay have.followed the! signing of the your -books will be glad to have you I If interested, ask the Experiment

most desirable for silage purposes. which on account of Its more leafy innlstlce ,1s 'rapidly disappearing, and I do to. The proclamation" was for I Station. Gainesville, place" you on-
.t. Healing Honey Sorghum produces a feed only a -nature is less easily packed than III those counties which were visited by 'their mailing list to receive the bulletins -
(he whole to the
I little inferior to that of corn. silage. either corn or sorghum. country Awakening storms. Sidney J. Catts, Governor." I that are being published by the-
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realisation that the 4., Stops ,,'\ until the last of 'the'American II IIIIJIQLbeover -- ....-
DESTROY THE soldiers Is safe at home W4"MFertilizers >->
GO H 0*"0"fl"0 0">*4 ** HI 0 o.
& again' and every dollar of the giganticwar I .... t
: The WITH FOLLOWING MIXTURE bill paid. The fathers and moth- --" r
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era of the boys who went overseas
t.t I -:--"- to who risked their 'lives IdealT.
Tickle camp fop I 1 i
I By Killing These Worms Many Valuable under ontrol] If properly sown it their country-and many of hem gave _
Saved. will fail "in such small flakes that ...
Can Be
Plants .
t: he'Throat S I fowls or other birds will not pick life or limb-will not quit until the .;..
Heal It job la finished any more 'than the soldiers -
There is more than onekind _of i, up. '
Cures The Cough poisoned bait .that can be used in'Se- In a field of cabbage better protection quit over there.

stroying cutowrms and the so-called will be giventhe plants!!' at a The Victory Loan campaign will 1 I
q;: Price 35c.; Kansas mixture is recommended by'smaller cost for material if, instead 'soon be on. The government' has decided ; -
; of being sown broadcast. the bait is ...
of the University 'of .
)" J .R. Watson upon a five billion dolar Issue of .
: A.FREEBOXOF station. placed in small piles aljout the stalksof :--
M Florida experiment the abort .1erm securities, to be repaid ? -;-
mixture of 20 pounds the plants, or scattered along '
GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE 'bran.Prepare 5 pounds a cottonseed meal and rows. within five years rafea., and Secretary bearing attrac- tdeai Brands as ever will give you ::- \,
live Interest .
Instead of both cottonseed meal Glags
c .
I' I
f: (Opens the Pores and Penetrates) other 1 pound mixture of paris of green.2V4 gallons Prepare water ant, and bran, either may be used, alone, ''belIev.5 this form' of securIty "will\ command best' results. 3E r I'

molasses and three in which case 25 pounds i if used. Bit H better market price after ythe <- '
.1 2 or
quarts syrup
For Chest Colds, Head Colds and : ter molasses, such as ,New Orleans. campaign than would bonds ln '
;of four lemons The entire lemon ; ue is enclosed with hot- stal bran meal should be usedin
Croup every should be graded or ground fine. or not -5 longer term of years. '

: tie of HAYES HEALING HONEY Pour into the dry mixture enough of making this bait The mixture Every man in the ('ountry' "",111' be : Proportioned to prevent waste'; 'I i.,
must be made fresh each day from :
the wet'mixture to make the mass up sited soon to Kubn< rlbe to the Victory
4 and the Salve '
You fist! the Cough Syrup sweet fresh material.
for price. 35c" decidedly damp but jot sloppy, and Loan. It is time to bp .getting ready : Prompt shipment. f"I "
4; I of such consistency that it will fall'| Where there are but few cutworm i ;
for It.
,. Made. Recommended' Guaranteed tp 1 in flukes' when sown broadcast the easiest, quickest and! cheapest i : ::

the Public byParis This bait should l h. put out after method l (>f .ituflliptr with them' is to I I :
p sunnet that it will be fresh and attractive ( walk through the patch in the early SHORT TERM BONDS. :
'I ;o
Medicine Company ::1*: Wilson & Toomcr Fertilizer Co. :
'I when the worms come out to morning and( look for plants which '
; \ Manufacturers of feed in the nieht. If the followingday ]) vera cut off during the preceding Th. (government: has decided upon :t. Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers ::1: j

Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is cloudy the bait will reman attractive ,night. By dcratchinp- earth away abort term bonds. 10' bl' redeemed In 1 ' 'i
I :x Jacksomille i Fla: ::
for the second night. otherwise from the bus of the plant the worm from one to five-yearn for thi- Victory

.....,.- it w'll' have to \1M. renewed if will usuallv be found at a depth of 'I Loan. Instead. of bonds maturing In f f

,'.--; the cutworms have not been brought( not more than .an inch.. Ifteen lo twenty yearn. 4 .. _ _ ,..... _._..._._ :
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Secretary of the Treasury Carter

,1- Ask Your GrocerCOFFEES GEJ RID OF THE MELON-APHIS1 I II Hansen is Shipping GlaxH. feel' convinced that theHe. HCrurities -- I

? called I will cornmand a higher; market
commonly ,
I The melon-aphis,
}: the "Hessian fly" is the ntost serious Tine String Beans price, than those. covering a longer E..O. PAINTER. FERTILIZED
of watermelons in the State. ..
enemy Vied pe.1 Jacksonville, )' Iorido'
There are four methods of control, }

says J. R. Watson of the Experiment R. P. Hansen, one of the most successful TOURNAMENT AND TEAATCOUNTRY Fertilizers, Insecticides Sprayers, Poultry SuppliesFor
L1 I Station. These'are: spraying:, .fumigating truckers is in the market :, 'f
1 dusting and vlean culture. again with a crop of string beans. CLUB thirty; yetci we have been manufacturing fenilizrrt In this Slatewr have utiifWif cue
method of : this hat omen in every county in Florida. '
The most satisfactory ,Hcbegan picking week, and The cluu the of
country was scene
..: dealing with an outbreak is to spray ,been getting $::1.50 ahamper. delivered one of the most enjoyable events of Wrile F.r L><..l Price. I.i.t. I'neee .Iw.,.. im Ii... with (h .lily \ I
'' with a soap and tobacco decoction. at the station. JJj.&_ -#oo,. was"' cit afternoon .
The ready-mixture extract of nicotine -j short by the recent rains but he expects > of when about season sixty Saturday members of thech.b -.- - - ..
sulphate is probably the cheapest to ship at least 200 hampers. and their friends motored out T

1! Best By Every Test but if this- oanrwt .had..unmet!: .. Mr/ Han&cJ I alto has a cropvof potatoes for an afternoon on the links and at
j: I lately the grower can make a satisfactory which will be read yfor ship the pretty club. Buy Tick-Immune and Acclimated :

extract by the following directions ment in about ten days, which, he has A handicap approach and putt tournament '
'"4' I ; Tobacco stems and refuseare already sold at a fair price.: lIe estimates was arranged "for the after- Breeding Cattle ;,
.o..o..o..oo.oo.. placed in enough water to cover that the rains damaged his noon when the prize, a beautiful
them well and kept at a temperaturejust potato abount onethird.A \
: crop cameo pin, was won with a score (Ogden Armour says "It costs trade cows.. Talk It oven with
allowed \ \
Crystillized :Salt' Nsh .below boiling for an hour, .or- of 10.( :'An"unusual' number' of''play "0-- mor$ 'to raJ.e ai200pound; your banker. lie no doubt, I I" .

: : : to ,soak then over have night the* The color solu-of SPOONFUL GIVES RESULTS era participated in"the""eventend ..-.'...uteer..... ....than.-......a....600-pound"' scrub.") intermted-and In brinK the live him Block to m-Induatry .-. d
Direct From Our Boats tion should those not take' part wit ,We e an supply you "et' "t'a.onw '> ""
Fishing chicks
I' strong tea, and before us.- should be When your young do not wishing tp Hereford And :Tour offering f..w.Ullh.-.". ,
a pla
rtJ grow: and thrive they need a' to ie. nellsed' the tournament from seats staers will swell your j"
dilubed with 1 times its volume of Bhortlvur'n bulli, cown and Bound .
ToY/m/ B. A. Thomas' is arranged under the trees at the first .. > -and merit' -
.. water. Poultry Remedy calves : lck-l-- t bank account. WltfTB U8 TlVThe" __ ... _
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not only a tonic but a specific' for "hole. : te4.r' -- '.
is most thorough .. :
Fumigation' the
; ; Delicious*," FrbC.ught; Salted Bowel Trouble, Gape, and other At the conclusion of the tournament There. Is nn'alarming "hort- 'Valklllf""rm". thCUPH
; method of destroying_the aphids on age of breeding; animals. and we at the state lair for theheat ,
;: | Fish$ direct to the consumer by a plant. If used in time, it will be' chick troubles. Get it today. We the guests were invited to the anticipated thin In the past--two bull of beef breed. and th- '
is best ,sell it on the money back plan. ''Wat club where Mrs. Charles Paver, of years, and are prepared to furniHh t eat herd of beef citti.Wh.n. ;,.
prepaid parcel post or expresst the best Fumigation buy cattle. hoicft Anaoragrade .
& Carson Co. Cincinnati, Mrs. A. Frain of Harris- our runtomers with high you or
ers Grocery
15 lbs for $2.00. accomplished by the use of carbon Block Mt reasonable prl- goats from Walklll PnrrnB you ,
burg. Mrs. P. C. Button and Mrs.E. '
) tobacco ('. .. iteciire aie4llMK ntiltniilH and
bisulphide burning
or by pa-
E. Wells hostesses for the thealue of this be
ALLOWEDTO were cannot oenatlmated. \ -
Barrel under frames covered with oil SOLDIERS ARE Every farmer / In Florida .
:. + Special price lotr.If afternoon, serving assorted sandwiches ohould have a fewhead_. of hIgh ,
cloth. RETAIN THEIR UNIFORMS cakes and coffee with the-af- -
have never tried our ,
: you Fine tobacco dust. placed about the A FINE SPANISH JACK READY FOR 6KRVrtE.: c'

Crystalixed Dry Salt Fish you young plants when they are wet with Washington, D. C., March 28.-On ternoon While tea.the guests- were grouped "

have missed a rare treat. dew, will kill\ many aphids. When the account of a number of letters mak- about the pleasant rooms on the va- The Walkill Stock Farms Company ..

aphids have much of a start this ing inquiry upon the subject Senator randa, enjoying the ref reehments.Mrs. .
; :f I THE st GEORGE CO.' method is considerably less effective. Park Trammell! desires to inform all L. A. Hamilton, who has just Green Cove-Springs, Florida ..

than spraying. Florida soldiers who have been discharged arrived from her Toronto home,played '
si. George I its 'fiiir- the winter arid -
01 These' insects spend from mllitaty'lIervice '
the a beautiful piano solo, then gen -'' -'
early spring on citrus and on many -. -- - - ;
a i APAIAcHIC9LA: FLORIDA that under a law approved February28th erously responded 'to the caper encore -
weeds. It obvious that these weeds I they are entitled to retain'as .with other members. Mr. Ham (
should be"kept.down, on .land that is their own property the uniform and ilton was asked- to contribute to the ;

'1" intended for melons and cucumbers, outfit, they had at'the time .of. their,, .. pleasure of the event and responded '
and the aphida destroyed on citrus release :from the service. "" with "air amusing monologue closing 6O.-0D
trees adjacent to such fields. The _
-c ,' JLOGA B.O N with an original song, verse
aphids of the occur citrus only trees on, and the especially new growth on Visiting cards pnnted by the Valley ) haying a clever. local hit. Mrs. C.Mrs.F. -'- .
Burrows. accompanied by
SUBSTITUTE FOR water sprouts.. The.Jattu-.houtd be Gazette Job Department.'GOODJEWS. PRINTINGTHE '
Wayne Ward, sang, severallovely
cut out -ancLburned. the valuable .
f TANKAGE new growth sprayed, 'with tobacco so songs. }

: without '4i. ODOR and lution. SAVE $140; .. '1
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All infested vines should be burned
-AT' HALF THE COST as soon as they become valueless. Make your Healing Remedy at ,
r ON'LY-'POO 100 Jb1 SACK Klaalmmc. Readers Have home; Get a 60c bottle of Ferris'Healing of 'makes '
; MON Many character your printed miner an indelible Im- '.
$ BY- BACK-_ulta not satisfactory. Took a Severe ..CoW."Our Heard It and ProBted Thereby. '' OIL and add a_ pint,of
,t-FEEDING DIBECTIONS thor- five year old son' Paul took a "Good news travel fast and'the linseed oil and you have a full pint of -(ood or bad-,upon those who sec it More people .. '4

H owrhly 6:1b-*:. .Hry Bon with '95 !os<. severe cold last winter that settled many bad back 'sufferers In Kiasimtnee the can beat buy. healing It cures remedy!old sores that, wounds money, gage your .t&ndina-tho character and quality'of product! -your UPtpdateaefSTby' -- r '
& wt, (clppped). on his lungs and he had terrible rr. sell it. Water that
cuts and scratches.- than x..u.o.tber thin Therefore the
,, one
l' :: I. ,
i ; coughing spells. We were' getting may be found. Many a lame: weak .
_ :. For Sale ,by ,. worried about him at the medicines a'hd"aching; back Sa bad- tiomore, & Carson Grocery Co. need for the right kind of printing. ,

; i fc 0. CAINTffi COMPANY we gave hint did not help) him hr the thanks to Doan'i Kidney Pills. Our FLORIDA'S FINE.-: ROADS .

"ACK.D !.'L"E. WL4. least.- A neighbor spoke, so highly: cititeni are telling the good news of Our bobby ;ii good-printing fancy fusty. printing but 4
with this tested IMPRESSED ALABAMIAN
I of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy their' experience
l-got a bottle of it; and the first done thai reml!>dy. Here is an example worth good printing. 'Vrilh character, quality, and finish-the right type- .:

; pEELMRBE'RO1TllATCOLD, benefited hlmso'mueh that 'I continued reading: "Say Itlmak'e., an Alabamian sick right stock, right illustrations blended into a strong, dignified
giving it. to him until he was Mrs. R. L Seaver, 324 Bermuda to take an automobile trip through- '
cured" writes Mrs. 'rank Crocker!: Ave.. Kissimmee, grave the following Florida with its mites and: mile* of whole-the kind that will make a good inpretdon for ;OIJ. !

() ? Pana IlLPARTY --.;. statement May 21, 1918 "1 had been nick"and concrete'roads," said J. L. Give ui a shance on your next job. .
a 'great sufferer from backache. My Yancey who is. just back 'from that ,{ ,
v FOR LITTLE TOTS bade ached constantly with a'dull state. "Tli roads are 9, 16 and 30 ::1:
LAST FRIDAY AFTERNOON pain which! kept me in misery. There feet wide and are uniformly of hard -- y
\ *, Colds and coii&ha ore quickly was a soreness across the small of material. No wonder 100,000 tour.big f
;' relicredbfcK-Dr.' Little Miss Mattie'Belle Tyner entertained my back and every time I: stooped automobiles passed through Jack: : ''>\ .;

NewrD1aeoYeq a number of her friends over or attempted to lift anything' .onv-i11..last) year. I traveled 700 ; ,. ',(
,i r- Friday afternoon at the home of her the pain was awful. My kidney nllea over- those, beautiful .hard ; /
- \ ''.Nobody should feel 4riectlyntI parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wood Tyner, were weak. too, and I couldn't rest roads. And think that we in Alabama IMIlTON'SRJARKETiWBHilErVre A. E."DROUGIITi:
with -blrthd -- The event comfortable- learned 'of have not amile of hard road outside
reblcN Irom' cold cough or bronchial TT *? party. mights; 1- ,.
attack for'nrI'lonJ. For it takes only was' In celebration of her sixth birthday Doan'a Kidney Pills and Rot >a sup- of our cities. The increased Lvalue i

..little .white to nIin'e'(aDd get back and the little hostess received a ply/ at. jbhe 'Kiasimmee Drug Co. and FMonda property has more,than paid f Iffl NSURANCtr )
I on bs road 'to'recovery when Dr. number of pretty presents.The : : they gave me mope.-t llef. and com- tile; interest on the bond*. Don't : i
Kiort New,.Discovery; .s faithfully little folks spent the hour be Tort than anything I ever iised.: The talk to me' abount any more cheavij l- ..%( REPRESENTS :
used. It soon J loosens the phlegm ret tween 8 and 6 p. m.. with games and backaches vanished and my kidneys roads; I believe in going t hard fisrt I ,.
7' I lievea' irritation poo tea the srcbod. amusements on the lawn. Then they acted regularly again." roads exclusively! if we cannot build The Home Insurance Co. of New ,;

_ _c-T-;.-.:. .' 44 nre throat brings comfort.-: ... were!: served' .with ice cream and cake, I On Marth, _6, ,1018 Mrs. Seaver but five to ten. nine a ;year."--ffMrmngham Milk' Poultry and Eggs 4 Y..., the National Fire insurance: t "-
'' Half century old and nore popular Roberta Brorison and Lillian Harris 'said: "Every once in a, while, when Ledger. | -

},?; COda,.thaD nero ..'.t all dru Mta. assisting iMr*. Tyner. I[ get a slight headache' caused by Co.- of Hartford, Th. 'SOB, aad., ,;1
,, r !' At the party -were Dorothy McCra. hard work -1 begin taking -Dean's ills Stomach Trouble Qjrer.. : many other reliable companies; ..
- J' ">fake Tour'Bowel DehaVeV :Tile, Alta Ruth Otventreet, Matni Kidney Pills and they quickly give John R. Barker;; Battle Creek, I P .IIO 145' Price Re.bI.t ',
; Watson. Mamie Turner,Hermone and me relief.} I gladly confirm my former : Mich., writes: fl was troubled with Office Breaker
!Uak tbtm.. ttsc loa isitIrstifyng Hazel 'Miller -Geneva Roberson Eve .statement. heartburn indigestion -and livereom- Realty Co. ,.

-. #reto. ',If-rcgulatlaa of the diet Ivn Panlk Margaret Crkf'flnEleanor! Price 60c.; at all dealers Don'tsimply plaint! until I began using Chamberlain' chill Tonic -. ) .
teer< ofrelBev. their-torpidity Dr. Barrows, Cmrolyne; Griffin, ''Marvin ask: f-r a kidney remedyvmtDcWa Tablets, then my trouble was tft.v.t. Taat.teea t''
f ..i, ,.3ane*'$.* Lite )'IUswIIL They aretowd'Oalnercleui Watson,' Maynard Panlk, Raymond Kidney. Pills. -tbe same tfilt) over."*' If ,you'are troubled with Indigestion Hstoni TitoUtr and MrsY >T fvifrla and. n. FOR RENT Fboished flat with .; ):

w1 c* I : e Cba Walton, Marvin 'and, Mattie Bell Ty Mr*...__Seaver had.: ,Fost r-M11buro or constipation gly them rlclalq tile blood. Yes cu sas"' 1 Ita 5Ire4tb. tnoa ef1) Improvement, W B. UalT'.. ;

_ ,pi.$,....s..-" ,, !sorely." ,cofcstabljt - .: ner.. ; Co., ,Mfgrs., BulTnlo, N. Y. I I a. trial. They wiJJ r d
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Y 11 t Proceedings of ""t ttieJoiwty I"" j :'Cofiimissiowrs. f I / !\\o

A. - "..-. -- .. RK1EYS

;t, A Thers e Board of County Commission agreed to deed the right of way of '

"Close-Up" in and for Qseeola countyfmet the extension from Kenansville;- rtiiv-

in regular, session, at,10 a. m. on nine.outh toward Bassengcr. to Os

March 3, there being present At. F. ceola county,.to be used, a* a public

,SWift&Conay'sprotjtof2.O4 p Bass, chairman} ; Ernest ,Mach,, E. L. road, when, the iron were.removed.

: D. Qverstreet, .John Partin. B., Ii.Guys The board' instructed Mr. Baisden to 1

; commissioners; Pat Johnston, extend to Mr. K11 vert their thanks,

; cents., on each, 'd dollar- of sales attorney for the'board, and, J. L.' and to Inform him that the gift ...

.. Overstreet, clerk. would be accepted by the county.
.> Notary bonds were examined and ..
.' The board was called to order by
its chairman, and ,the minutes' the approved a* follows: L. H. Gedge, .
,- and sessions of Feb-! with U. Fidelity and Guarantee
regular special'
L. t: >,1 Company,;, as eurpty.C.; .. Roundtree, '
i ...... J' and approved."Mr. .
with .US. Fidelity and Guarantee
'J H., M. Kat appeared" beforethe ,
V: .
I. Company, as surety; bondof R.
board .nd. presented a petition
G. Reynolds 'and special
as county
from the cattlemen and those enItagof'InvfafTing'71nd' surveyor
r 'i a' Ctltl? QBO t / .-citrus fruit, with National. .,Surety. Company' a* 1\ A -

growing; asking that Mr M.'M..- Jar.,1 I,.surety.Mr R. "G: '"Reynolds presented pay 47 ,and personal. fort

iiiittOHb Vf-ns'.be..retained: as county demonsfratirirt'agent -'''roll of:theFlorida. Engineering and ''
'you Is
857. !
'for Osceola county. ;,
Contracting for work
Company, completed
?& Mr. McQuarrie $Jso'appeared' befQPe': on road In S. R. A '''B. District '

the board and said that it was necessary -',, No. 3, for $533.52, and bill to !'self \ -,

for the county to have an experienced ',I for $4 .0O, and asked order 'WRIGLEYS' ::1
.man to ,advise those engaged voucher for such amount.. Vou4JJers
o o in the business of farming and I(I '
ordered drawn. ,*
s I stockraising, 'and asked that they I I I-re
: IT take immediate action so that he C. F. Johnson came before"'the In Its air -tight <-
board and presented a bill for
lt. =' I would !*
I might be advised whether they to ;Trustees;"on S. R. &. B. sealed package
Mr. whereupon.. Commissioner ,
retain Javens.
,.. amotion District No. \\Z, for $433.32 and asked .
John Fartln made that voucher be drawn for such \
that the board retain Mr. Javens, which '
request was granted.
ri" motion seconded by CommissionerErnest Voucher ordered drawn. A: ,fioody\that Is ,4 +

Mach and carried. 1 1 I The clerk presented and read a letter .

Mr. W. E. Allen came before the from Mr. J. J. Johnston, in whichhe worthy of
: II your
: finish fill-
1296 % board and asked them to
., : r . ing in earth taken from his agreed' to give the county permission '
to construct dip .vat' )his
a on -- lasting regard ?
lots the Orlando road he also Informed -.
1lqWa.: on land about two and one-half ,miles
the board that be had no obJections the- south of St. Cloud. Upon motion of becau'se""of" Its

MJ4M to ditch being dug along Commissioner John Partin. secondedby .
line of his lands to carry off water Commissioner Ernest and
the lands f Mr. Howell and Mach tasting quality.,
from < carried, the board accepted the prop. _' ,
others. Mr. Nelson also appeared

1 85 % before the board in the interest of,osition.,Mr.'C. E.: Carlson appeared .before\v I1 )
asked the- "
Mr. Clark Howell and the board and asked them to deliver \ :'l S'J' \
board to take some definite action to check of prison and Trickleto Three flavors to ;
certified!) .
./Dtoc1R of the water
relieve the gentleman
I1r him as the bond for construction; ,
,J . from the"county ditch. Mr. Nelson of road had been approved,-wftereup.on .suit-all-tastes ;). !fr

4'. r rl.. informed had. agred the to board four days that Howell when ,the the-said clerk checktoMr.was instructed, deliver Be SORE' to Set_ h... .

.. tie also stated
the county began, and Commissioner E. L. D. Overstreet
that in his opinion the water ,'
'made a motion that the board instruct .
emptied into Mill Slough, upon a Mr. Farmer to take charge of WRIGLEY5Sealed :

suggestion!: :- of Mr. L. R Farmer the any work that needed to be done on _

4. board agreed to meet those interested roads and that he be authorized to
e zx: % '
I I'j % out on the Orlando road to settle. let contracts for work, on roads \

( the matter at 1:80: ( p. m. where the amount did not exceed c
j Mr. S. J. Entriken appeared before $100.00. Motion seconded by Com' Tight '* r :

I.. IIHItI tsars TMfThe I the board and asked them whose missioner John' Partin and carried.Mr. .:

,.rarrwe, olus business it was to keep up bridges, Henry O. .Partin: came before Kept Right % F
roads hard surfaced -
on the now being the board and asked them to construct 1 ,

by the Peninsular Engineering a dip vat at Peg Horn. No action -
diagram at the top shows the distributionof Company whereupon Mr. Pat John- taken.

the average Swift dollar received from sales ston attorney for the board advised I Reports of Ordia Bass and M. M. TheFlavor 4
them that. it the company's -
of and was Javens were read and ordered filed
beef pork mutton and their by-products, and that the said board should

) during 1918. The magnifying glass bringsout notify them to keep all bridges in I inspectors The matter of cattle of recommendation dip for the various of Lasts

the distribution of the 2.04 cents profit passably condition at all times; clerkto vats in the county was taken up.

per dollar of sales: \n4-h the company the clerk having presented and read

Mr. P. G. Eckman engineer in applications of I). N. Barber C. C. : -
.94 .of one per cent goes to pay" interest. charge of said work stated that he Bass and Kirby Smith, these being 24 -

on borrowed money, taxes, etc. had not been on the job long enoughto the only written applications, the .

-s.--- .50 of one per cent goes to pay dividends know verymuchabout theterms board made the following 'recommendations -
to shareholders. of the contract but that he would :

t .60 of one per cent remains in the look after the Indges. befo-e the I C. C. Bass, as inspector. at Pine Island
I Mr. S. L. Lupfer came --
Peg Horn, Finnie Point Canoe -
business to help in improving and board and said that the heavy trucksnow
V the the roads in Os- Creek and J. J. Johnston; Steve Will public road right of way through the Habitual Constipation Cured. {' .f
financing business.
being run over, l liamn, .inspector of vats at Taylor Shaker Colony lands asking that; the In 14 to 21 Days ti .
1 --' Total 2.04 percent ceola county was doing great damageto Creek H. 0. Partin. Cypress Pond board pay a reasoTiable' for rightof -LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" a ipecially. '
roads. and asked if there was
'and Simmons H. H. inspector
Mike ; Hull way etc., whereupon, Commissioner ipecially.neparedSytupTonioLaxativeforHabitaal
law against"' such. Mr. Pat Johnstoninformed of at Narcoossee A. J. Partin
vats John made A motion It relieves promptly but
1919 Y*.t Book"t>f intrrcitinK andinstructive the board that if they Marsh New Eden Roberts Island, 'that Mr. be instructed
( Reynolds to
I taken regularly 14 to XI days \
Tire I
write the United States
/ : ,...facts m on rqu*.u would ] he thought and Story; Richard Bass, inspector ,I get entire road St. Cloudto to Induce regular action. It Stimulates and \..\ Y ,y
/ Add Swift & of Philadelphia Melbourne
Company of vats at Fannie Bass place, FIat S. R. & B. Dist. No. 2, .Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take" too
.. Union Stock Yards, Chicago, Illinois they would stop travel while the Ford. Shaker Colony and Padgetts-''so' that the board could>> advertise ana" per bottle. f +

roads were so wet. Commissioner David A. Bass, inspector of vats at''(establish such road according to law.
John Partin mad a motion that the Steve Partins Rull Bass A. D. Story I(I'I Motion seconded by Commissioner B. .
\ clerk write the motion seconded W .A C Oro Co.auppll. B. __.' ".1.
', Swift & S. A. company D. and POt Johnston; Walter Bronsonv 1'H.' Guy, and carried. Oaoeola Hdwdo.upplte.-" .__, J.".
Company E. L. *
by Commissioner ,inspector of vats at R. L. Patrick, I I I The board instructed the clerk to Oaceola Hdw., Ca, supplle*__.. T.SO8t t;
J JIks Ovewtreet' and. carried. <' I and E. L. D. Overstreet; R. V. La- ,draw warrants as follows: E. R.. Cloud Tribune, adv;::;.__ IS.op q l
\ )Ir. W R. Fuller came before the flier inspector of vats at Campbell Bass dip vat at Charlie Donegan ; C Wm L 1 Bandy Barber, commission.LSO, commissions.- 1'1J4 y

( checking the"record of brick received ',"''Overstreet, inspector of vats ati I II .of Persimmon Grove vat C u.nJ.-.n. blank ;;.. ?_. r 11..e,

by the county, from Southern I Rough Island, Edgewater, ''Steve Ac- ,.223.49; one t half of the expense ;JE. C O*,Tyitar Hank, repair loan ...:--------.1000.00...:__;__ "' S7.'4Hta.1 rr

: Clay Mfg. Co., and asked that the ree, and Johnson Island; R. L. Hyre (, ., R. :Bass salary, $42.60; C.' G. .Ty- Htat Rank, IqU onloan11.11- -

clerk be instructed to draw! a warrantfor inspector of vats at South port,' Mid-j ner, for repairs of county demonstration T M Murphy: Judit Juv, Ct...- ,y 119 '
the full "amount of balance due die Hammock, and Gum Swamp E. I. H Ingram. fed prisoners j. (S.SO ,
agent's $67.64. .
; car, *
. Fred M Bass witness S
: .said company; and that such warrant R. Bass, inspector of vats at, ,Oak I The board,passed a, resolution asking Mla Albina Smith, bat Ann .., 10.01t ',t
I be dellv red to the companv. and up Grove, Nettles and Mike Simmons; .nr.ttv"". jtnH Senator Dick, Ita.i.. work on ..t......:.... 1'.111' '
dvfl.'lt"-rOmI.u.. Farmer that the Charles of vats '|oace received motionof Donegan, inspector .to support measure at the next session Rmmett Hollff. labor on .t... .. t,
brick had been upon ,
at Charles Donegan, Persimmon of the legislature to abolish the Hemp Baaa, labor on vata__. is.ts
Commissioner E ) .p.Overstreeti: 'Grove Beef Camp and Bull Creek; present system of leasing convicts Hill Hrhllders. labor on ....t... 11.47 .t
OuMM flat Does Mot Afreet the HastfBeeauM I BOOST YOUR TOWN. seconded by Commissioner :Ernest I A. E. Bass inspector of vats at Canoe and allow the counties in the stateto Dan Whlddon, labor on vats+. ssss
.. Mach and carried, the clerk was instructed M Nourae, Jabor on vata.,._._ 1'.111'
of It* took and Uxatl-r eet.LAXA.Tl On the map now put your town Creek, Long Hammock and Sand use them on the roads. : Walter Jones, labor on vat..' 14.1':

0.1"Vat' _saoMO Bad doe OU1NINB not caae arouaawae motriaiiBC So that it will gain renown. to draw warrant to cover as I Hillt'; C. A. Carson, inspector of vats I_ Letters from Mr. 'Wm. F. Cock, L Nour<*. labor on .vats11.11' .' t "

I* ....... Bemembrr tb. fall. aa>*aBd Every advantage you must show requested.Mrs. | en Mile Creek, Six Mile Creek I state engineer, regarding St. Cloud- H.roldoo
look tat tb..ipeture el B. W. oaOVB. 0e. If you would have your town grow. B. B. Simpson presented a and Jim Tindall'a. ,Commissioner E.j J Melbourne road,. were read in open I I Charll Ocan.Jrnlian.f/. Prevatt.. labor-on labor on, rate ; U.fllI I"11 ;f
list of the roads used for mail routes ....; .
L. D. Overatreet mad a motion-that bardnt1.: ::aad.nd-filed--=- - Ow'.n Jernlxan labor on vats (.00> ,
; 'Also bear this fact in mind that needed repairs and asked that .the foregoing recommendations f .._ lies
Atlantic Hotel Encourage the inter-urban line;i. they be Overstreet repaired made at once motion Commissioner that- appointment as inspectors' to be reported and light for the court house and Jail ,J,q"t M Whl*RInr hauling,I hauling- ,_---_-.. *4.1: ,a' ,

towns that close by a to the State Inspector for ap- for January and February and asked l>ewe .'artln, haullnv _. ISt.OO.
I y
are ,
Bar sad a.... S/." ...........111.. Fla.AII.rallroad come' MrFarmer /do /each repairsas were polntment 'motion seconded by Commissioner for'jUwtrvctiftns of 0_ n.ladell posts.for'vata..' O0.Hhaker ... . ,
'will ; re payment
ticket bulldlnc1.rnter : Strangers here .nd. buy. : .... ..,.
olIc.ln ,
_' needed, motion' seconded by Commissioner Col. lumber for .ata. . ,
l, "" of avarythJnpr. ,All modern Im- John Partin and carried. such bills; the board, after investigating ' Lttm. Co., lumber...* "74.$5 t'Mr '
prorrmenta. First ..,i... In .v.r,. particular. Serve home; each hotel 'Guy.and carried. L Commissioner B. H. Guy, made,, a 'th. matter.decided: the difference -*, Clyde Da., haullnK..._.,.<, 4' .Oo'.y" '
Ra-taa,, OD The 1 number ofguests then you'lfswell )f .+1 air; Eckmaa'. P"Mntedbm* for[motion that the parties constructing between the bills; and previous tTlydla naa. ""0. to werkmen.. II'.'*
I tljfO; twopar.ons,> : work completed on S. R. and B. Dirt. W ,B' Maklnaln Co.. Buppllea-U1.". ,
railroad fence running south of Ken. bills wal-'too ;
11.10. to people. $1 60 to II.CO, : No.2. and asked _that. voucher be I for water and 'light 14 n.JJaaaat C, onKan ,.t.0..4: *,
B.! FRANK PEARCE, Prop. thi each table flowers place: ansville, be instructed to remove.timber great."and instructed i the'clerk to rr
': ... i Clean .linen have for their base. cover., Commissioner'John\ that they haveleft in the public take the matter up> "''with the water hsimmon Grove vat-l.w.1111.41'I'. K',",
t'--- Partin made ,a motion that bill for R 'R Ba**, hair sal. a* Inapec-p'' '41. ."
roads in that vicinity. Motion seconded and light commissioner get January _..... >0.'* .
Cloud JK
Hank of SU h> n. < ,. 1
overhaul be carried motion t
WAVERLY 'HOTEL Tourists like "a change of scene-.. over, seconded by Commissioner E. L.. D. bill reduced. if reduced, to ,draw Bank ,ot St. ,cloud .inter.*t. ._t S1.14 . ,,

JAFKION( 'Jt ".la. FLOHIpA.Hares. To auto traveling they lean. Commissioner' .Ernest- Mach Overstreet and carried.' a warrant: for amount of each bill, "--"- Baa*. Bervlcea- '.-""",,-J.-..' SI..... I. ..j

... Flab., : You will find'that good roads pay, and carried: Vf. R. Godwin appeared before the otherwise to,require the city i 'to test H H Miller KnlL-worM work: on rcMl4.-i1.'J.road's. ..'1*-.0.tIt w

,., Rateat Hot and'Slnrla..cold. 1 water and In Xtoubl each room.'Vl.aO They'll bring, trade in every way. The attorney for the" board was instructed board and stated that he made his return the meters and make a repeat to" the J g K., 8Ing.itary, lambit,( ..ft qw *.11 ,. t;
f up; to look into the matter of '
; Roem'a.d.Salh, $lOO-and up.w..kI of, personal property in Osceola board'pf their findings. J H 'Baldw' work oa roadZr. ,**Q.I. ':

apd'ue ,, BlBa-l. ST t. N Freely advertise your town paying such charger: and report "to' county and that he had, paid tau Report of_ Peninsular Engineering Kdw.H .C. Utaaford Rlchardaon.,' aho dltehltiai----* to R .d.:'.( '4L6.ll.see
the .at the ; .
board April meeting.
Wak7.. Danail. SO) 1. 'SIS. Until it ha.araIned renown. on such property ,that Okeechobee A Contract ings :'Companywas filed Kvra-lad*' Cxprcaa-Co.. 'umber1.0.10Mr: ..-r :
In I tha* heart.ot'Main a.nd theater Adam'and .hoppingdl.tricq To it- people "then will flow- Mr. J. F, Gee. cam- beforethe county had also made an .assessment with the board by Mr.,Peter'-F...Murray C heckles'\ 'potatoes to H O-wt ,.11-M', f'..
., ;) board and stated that his wife nursedMr L' .ee"N v ,
'also y.p .
Then you can say watch it grow. against him, A. B. Godwin. U; M. -rice-president. .t'J q
Q W Ahtnr .
; Douglas. Wier Baltimere.CHRIS1'JAW .' Radford Yates wbUe.theepldemlcof Whidden and D. .W. :Alderman. Commissioner Record List .f .Warraats.The Van Brown. 1uard'-----supt. .ra4II1If'l'. ..,... I--N..O 1.oe.iN. ,
fin was around and that she made B. 1L1 Guy made 'a'motion Tax, CbB/ctor''reaort. showed L R .. asulet "1",4--1-, ,' i...., "
a charge of $2{,, one-half of which that the malted be reported}''to,-the the f Bellowing amounts collected: > Gen I.H Heddltt repairs on' j '1.10MillerJackson r '!
Y CHURCH amount had.. paid bthe city ,, for Ora/n.Co' ., !
1VE been ,
iI ; Comptroller \ his consideration. eral 'license,."$18.00; Autor .license; Prath.r"Tork, .nII"4" '" ,'.
10:00:-.Sunday S boOL' and asked the commissioners to pay Motion seconded by CommssionerJolm"PIrtin'andIca U .OO; Polls. $273JXU . Roll.. and'Cuaato '-" : ;.4 I 41.41 .
the,.other one-half $12.59.. Commia-. W' 0 OroCo..' .. t4 O,. UUI. t
11:00--Sermon. f | re4. : The ,following. 4>illa were.examined.i > '
.x." I \ loner +E. <"! ;" D.1'Ot street 'made a w; *'e (Jro. Co. fJd to- R'Oll ..liA'Q '
A. '
F. Bass .
Commissioner, reported and ordered
a 615Y. P. 8. C. E. amount approved paid. I ,U, freight CI-k.-U.. UII." !> ;
motion that board such 4" '
pay that : in St.--Clond 1 641.80. ,
: jtheretras A lady W B Maklneon Co. 0u to R
HOTEL 7:30 ermon. motion seconded by Commissioner -VRia'eninmisslon.r.1 II,00 ..*... ,
by the name of Mary' Kiner,:who was Oaceola dw. Co, up. to R O 4. :
Prayer meeting ,each i Wadaeldq. Ernest Mach and-carried. i Ernest Mach eomtnUwlonar .- '."ftK Oaceola.Hdw. Co cement _? .....0.Kly .;
in 'need of' assistance and asked the L D OrM-atrect. eomraU'er.4 1.04John Wagon wfCs. ....pal.:1.1.: .. :'+;
evenln at 7:30. L. A. 1Jj tl1ib Tbun- The board iook-reeesa until 2 p. At. board to allow her something for Partln, cornmJulonar.. 10.00 lUBcrola Pharmacy sup to.R O '.I!' ":,: ,- )'
: The board 'reconvened at 2 m., B. M. ouy-dommis.loner'. __ XI.00 ...
day; p. maintenance. Upon motioar of E..L.D. W K '' Wooley, lasp.ctert.-.e.. :
1MOpN18p111', i1 91t hOdlfksd07I! Sundry a full board being present. Overstreet. seconded by Comm'Isafaer Pat Johnston. attorney.I._..-.... 51.14J lo O Tlner. aun. to R.OI ._____, 11..t. '4, t
Junior,,C. E. each at 2:80 'meta L Ovvratrcot. dark 111.09 Sow Clay Wf. co. bat Von bric1t.II..... \\1
ii ' The matter; of purchasing H. and carried the W Crawford, attr..._ >t.11 ... ,
OllifldllDdlr A llotbl{ 'l4tp'Qif p. Dt,: B. Gay, pno Stat Bank, loan ____..___ IO *. -,
dip vatswaa discussed' by the board T M Murphy: co. Judg.15.50, .. __. 44,47 }
clerk instructed to draw' Stat lieInt.r. > I
a warrant t'
c6or\-Cb wew rj toEvarydUl Young todies Circle meets eachaecoJ the' L- H Ins-ram, earn of J.41..._ n.1I1 lsbor.150.11
and attorney advised to get pri,. "' State Bank, payroll for .
month I.
for $a per for her; U M Javcna. Coi" Agt101.0.. ,
(or Bookk? d Sunday.l eel: .ta'and'repOrt' to the board Commissioner John Partin made a J B Bua. Janitor .._.-...1..... 60.0A J The .,,County D poaHol7' 'report. ,f : ',
usnrm. o ii C. ,W. B."meets the' first] Friday at the April meeting.Commissioner motion( that the order for Cooper's j B Owns, raa.lntanane- ._... 10.00Chaunwr showed the balance In. the. ,'0' j". +
A M L ___. 10.00 March '
1 fn, each month. E. L. D. Overstreet Dtp be changed, that they be instructed J P WIIRamsr'.; ;: ., 10.00 t Ivarlou. fund lt. U1I: ; '

TKurca"-Board meet ''first Sunday mad:a.motion that Capt. Farmer, be : to ship. 8000 gallons one- J B Stanaon I.4 irfoosss Oen.ral ,_._- $..Iff.fil ...
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'the"r Wtetar instructed to take charge'of the matter half to be in drums and one calf in Mra L.MahlM Y__ $! Forfeiture' _-?.:__, .T..... .
Withstand ,
*n-.+1j14"a 100t' afternoon each: mo,th. __,-- < of. opening' a ditch on the' Orlando lotion seconded and Mrs,A Simmons ..... I Road and Bride .??........... 11,1' x
-- '.C4 M Bette Than tb* Weak 6 gallon an' Mrs M Ilronaon Tick Bradlcailon: ___ '4'' ''; '
road and1 let the contract'for JSn -
th"toid En- You are 0rdially Invited. to. our ; carried Samuel Montvdoca _:: 'Special, Publicity .: r_ 111.'.7 "j
Y1DDIt lane treB the work. Motion seconded by Commissioner Amelia Evans 1.00Mr..N.Smlth T._____ *
lervico, Mr. B. J. O'Qninn came before. the 'Hard Surfaced Road .__ UIT.I.-
___ 10 a at CoIcI8. .....s Jduen : 11.00
' --B: H. Guy and carried. I Warrant were ordered
When 'yoor-Uood' ls not laetodltion a beahby 81-tf., W. H. Coleman, Pastor.A Mr. D. G. Wagner before the board and mad. application for job Julia Jarnlsran' ____ 1.00 th* various: fund a* follow- s (
came of the ___,, .
I of painting the openings Mrs Jlnoy PadcettJan : *.oo OeneraJ ._1 1104.14 '
and does DOC circulate properly.yevr . board and ftJOt"ted-eooditkna i of the court house at $250.00. two coat Claroenta ___ 1.00 Fin and Forteltufer_-- 4(10 ", \ z1
system U unabU-'to: 'witteuad ths work:animal is a great deal like' read from''' Klssimmee to Ida place to further Mrs E A Wilson ____ (,OO Road and Bride .r___Jo.e_._ 1SSS(0 ,' 'at
Wintsrcold. 'fl' m.cbl".t: must have plenty' bad and' asked that aome, repairs work. Matter was passed Mra Janis Jortaa.-, ____ 1.00- Tick Eradication --..;.__ ___,A:. ..41...' 'lr i
a .
very board action. _
session of the for I R O LtnnsrstonFrank -l- 6.00 Hard Surfaced Road .. ... lOTOStS, '
GROVE'S TASTELESS'.CWn power, andthat power comes .. .a be done at onoe. ,Mr: Chas. Mr. Pat Johnston reported to 'the : Evans i. .". ...-_.- 1.00 Thar belnano further .)Jlu.I......, h r '

Fortifies th*'System Alalnst'CoMs/ Grip result 'of receiving1 'plentyi f of' fuel In NeW :being" present, stated'that Mr. board that he had received a. letter i H Till laH s.oo the board, adjourned .t;- ''
the form of feed. The fannetf" had'made' 'YeJ''mUd-nporl M McClelland. ... 1.00 'A.' f. BARS! Chairman r'
good Wagner a .
and Endcb1asS
aalnfioe a ry Nit "! from Mr. Israel Stewart, regarding III Vo..le. ": .:.. Attest: J. L OVKR8TRBBT, Clerhv,, 1..
'. who does Us animals well of the condition of aid road and insisted .
.... Iood. not keep Claud Rylvest .-*- ' 1.00 'f-" .... .
Ita-.t.f... tbs wsf-knows 't.JorpcpenJee fed should not expect them to work that repair* 4>er mad.' Della OolllalOl1 Jfit_" ..WWKlaay r' .
of Quinine, and. Iron la a form : : The University of Mr. John H.''Bsrfsden came before POOS Cfered !. 6 t. 14 Days .TeL. Co., 'rea lYa11di ......Jr. .....:pO'; Rent-Two furnished' _flats.' ', ". 'i <,
p p p blaco tbs most eUcate..4ltaonec Floridaextension 'division will help the board'and1 Informed:, them that Drsdila refIID4" Baal-8leedm." U PAZO) ...OIn1IEKI'feIIeI ........... Valley naaatUk-'JleKal Oaaett. .............. '. SS.00Wi with modern .erne nlenoes.. : ,r.:..1'. Q.e
.aDd 1a pleasant to take Yon can soon feel yoif to figure out a balanced ration Mr. 'Kllvert,1 representative of the I r.Il.binL DeI J'DIL"" I oC A. Culty wood for Ct. House S.00 Harris Gazette of floe. . 'q i.-
La Sae.gtb nln&IlaYllQl'adDC LJf a.: "". for yovr-work animals. {Jouthern Colonisation Co., had ,..elal.l_ 1M lgitrar ftI e....,J. L .Ov.rstr..t;:."rcordlns11.10. : :, : I ", t: 1 .
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4h -... ..Ii' J( Proceedings of the_ School BoardThe f I LEND AT INTEREST DARTED t

school board met in regular "... -', .J_; OR. PAY MORE TAXES SCIATIC PAS h

session on March 3rd. there being -, :;;; o 1 ,

3.,, -:" .,. ,' ., " .'." . : Yowell present Lanier and W.County C.W.Bass R. Superintendent CSodwfli! chairman; also; W.C. E.of R. CHURCHES TO 'AID'i' 1, j .WE- MUST '.CHOOSEWe CITe way before 'the'. enietratinjt t. ;

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.! f.flt-x"' ". \.',\';\'\',...;, Public Instruction. Cheered 'For effect of Sloan' 'r'
;) ,1\ ; .VICTORY LOAN BYSERMONSONMAY Peace And'Now, We ra
' The minutes of the last session .
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F .'."Ai411rt 9 \' :MV.\ \, '.: '" ." ,j was' read and.approved' 'Must Pay, For. ,It, 'In On* Way Liniment".So
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Or The Othir
i" '<,' I.. 1 '11'11',1) ; r FINANCIAL BTATKMKNT: OF W1IJ 4 ; ..

\ ) . ".r' '.. ', / COUNTY MONTH. SCHOOL ENDINO KUM1 FEB' 'XXlifmrrml FOK.. -. ...--< .. do those rheumatic twinges 'awl

-' :4' ---.- .......:..- !' Tbe. Victory Loan campaign. ,1. the loin-achcs of lumbago the nerve

1't':: :: :. .,:;: Hrie.l Vmm' It Will Be a,"Thanksgiving Lean," close at"hand. Inflammation of

\"rf 1 't..-. '1 .,I'.. I,'-.: To receipts bal from during last r.port.YINt6.74To month ___. C2H4( .76 Recognition Of 'This Country's In'j|I It Ie onl"a short time! before we the Joint wrench the. bgamenh.
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I, ., U :; , r who threw our hats In/to, the air' and the mpscle strata.,. ,
f, ,-1' ". ; 1 ,. Haplness And The Re. cheered' on that November day bruise. I ,.
l..ued dur month.'IiU4J when
4 Warrants .
/' ",, ,:.,. :: -- "" "1" '-OrPii the.armistice. wan" signed.will be called The ease of applying, the.auicknese e. 1
Balance on hand Feb. ZII____.. "l741.K2H to that of relief the positive results,the cleanliness -
.. ---'- upon prove we. are as ready
I H, II % 1 Fed and the of Sloan'
f_;' 7 To bal. trout last report .___ __,"611.111 Sunday May 4. has been desUtnated(, to lend as tocheer, Liniment, make ft.universally economy preferred.
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To receipts dur month -- -- 127 A soldier, returning from "
.: all over the United States .as Victory to
*SWnrmntB bin home city, remarked to a citizen

f. --. --....;... ., iBBued. dur. month Ut.SIn..llI.n..e : Loan Sunday ",'IIf'n. every pastor' of ,who met him with a handshake' : Sloan'sE.

every denomination Js asked to dis "Thin welcome
4 yf. on hand Fob SI __ 11.34 and flowers are all
t I"Pc ; M. N. l>. :\. a....... l'us"'from the'pulpit the Victory Loan very nice. But hqw about a Job?"
Riilance from lant report SU4112
( To r"'flpti dur. month 1 14.811 cam pa IK* and'urge upon' their hearers Sam canwell nay to his' pe0-

:.r -1119.01- such Investments In the Victory Loan pie: .

I It\ mild war. dui'Init mnnlti.,. U>.9l( a. they can undertake, .. That cheering for peace was flre;
::....:_ But .how about paying the bills for
)Jt has been
_____ 31l the observation of those '
hats", on hand Kelt tt ir> bringing It about P'The
.. a. l>. '%o. to _... prominent In former Liberty Loan ...
HIIIRII" from lant report ".. :-I 14.tin campaigns that( the churches have had war bills must be paid. Any. .
n To rfrelpt. durlnw. month u.. on.SS enormous 1nflu nce In furthering body can /see that. There are two Z.- iI"

IRK.11Hy ways to pay them. '
scriptions Apd there I h* every 11&b-1
1r. wnrranm. Issued dur month 40.OSHnlanrr why. this should_ be no.'s .. One is to borrow the money from the ,
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hand Feb XR 115.Sfift. country is people. The other is to tax It out of -
--- something more than
r. H. I). K F.d. j a business investment. I the. people; S. HOFFMAN, M. .D.OCULIST .
Rulance' from: 1 'I"p .-_'u.$lfl .BJ .It Is a patriotic -1 Our '
war taxes
-most of them
To receipts during month -n"- 1.1'(1_(. obligation and-surely patriotism on' AND OPTICIAN ...
-107-.Bl a deep regard for one's homeland-Is luxuries\ -are heavy enough now". But -Ej-w"Examined by a Regular-Reg.' .
1 form unless the Victory .Loan is liberally Istered '
Warrants 'Imiued during month, none a -of religion. Physician.
'. .. Itnluncc on hand Feb 211107.01 The Victory Loan Is also.being called subscribed they will\ seem .small bo- GUaaes Fitted.
K.' M. l>. N... to
t Finest Burley Tobacco lalnnce from luiit report __ __ '4 l.?; 1 the "Thanksgiving Loan" and surely tajcen- come. Broken Lens Duplicated.
To recnlptu during month _. __ 244. It la a fitting designation Thinkof Uncle BBDI had, rather sell securitiesthan 28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla.
--- latex -
put on new .
I lalance on hand Feb 18 __ _ 61.02 1 the boys who have come back home
till Perfect eKumlii and cancelled alive and He must do one or- the other .
Mellow-aged Warruni were. well with tbe enemy vanquished ,
I Il' In "< ."lon R" followsienInl It's up to the 1'lIblllc.)
1 epee| |
( school fund ___- .___ B'1J5r the battles over! Think of --- o.. F. Kit BUS A. AKKRMAN
-, -,... r 1-1. ><. l 1). No. I fund----- 1ST hi' peaceful America 1111 people prosperous tf : I W J. 8TKBO
}|- a dash of Chocolate S I). No 2 fund 1610! FAIR AND SQUARE"The
8 -- - iu children happy and 111'.1'Dour.\ .
.J 1-1. S U. No.3 fund _- -.. 4i" 03 I KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED _
,1iiD..d-; lands safe from. the .
Bill"re approved l nnd warrant.Issued Invaslon tt.7. ed C.I.rII at "'w.
) an follow:... of a foe ; and compare our situation I. Individual quota system recognizedjMFerywber KI.sieFI.Hd.. .. .
.001 Fmmt. .
i.rmrrml .
('. I': Vow"I.ala.\ ..." iiupl .lir.ftonW with that of starving Russia and ._ as the ".. .Ir andSquare" < ....., "r..."_ !. all (Male ..* V.11.4aide.
r. Itiisn, M H I' I __ ,4 J " Poland, with Germany toih by Red plan Is to be used In a lane .
W U l.unlr.\ n I' I - 4" ropoitlun of the Slxlh C..rt. ... .
Federal Reserve -
__ "" with victorious France sUII .
W R Godwin M H I' I IS 1. '
: .. . '.1 I -adfl allorn, <.\. 12.r.1I" bleeding: from the wars of horrible district InMhn approaching' Victory -I W. B. Crawford Lee Jarrell
.J lent .
: ,, HralloM I'iwsbtcrlun A (J \\oodii11... Janitor ,"It 1 f.r.lhan which must for yearn burden the people Under tills plan, a definite quola

1 'Lev I, Jan ..rh 16 I1':." <"01"'"I or Europe > i""'orfl and vanquished billed tin property) and Imome IK a,#' ATTORNEYSATLAW

,'; ter MlKSll.lna> Chanrtlri' Smith. Janitor, r C KC AKt'h 2" .. alike And then omi'ia.te our situation. j' iIK nod evi-i 1'y I;'"I<\\t'nl of the county, Offices: 4. 5, 6, and 7 Citizen

I II Hnoilitll. atti.ndiumf, 2i herewith our and tie if. 'HNki 1l'to l invest! Hull stint Bank Buildm
I II .. government asking; ; .
Hh.'n I'h.1 IK"i .rllc',' 01'k< .1' In the Victor' Loafi ''it I in [Cissimmee l
I The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Ci..rette. !I' liindim' tent 4 """I only that we lend what, we 'can MJlHI... Intended laIhlH Florida
I aI, |H M I lit ans. 811'h. 1 1 h"If'' with gilt.edged. xedtiUy and liberal In. | watfv!' to bee that t\t iyiuan boars '
lltn. r. B< h 1 12MUx 0"" '
MI..8Im."h hiesi I fir
Hie loud
: ,leaiKii.. :Moseley, Bih 1 I"" o0 'leretu ( <'it inly. \\-".,$aj afford to i aie and knows his DR. W. W CARSON. -
\ Max .\nnieVhlten' i. nrh 1 1011410 I call IhlH a "jThankuKlvlnV, andprove I n"I ighlxir down the load also. in. tarrrIJIK DENTIST
MIn .'..III.. :Mm,'tin. ..<.h 1 100"441 thankfulness I I.IK liiui I '. Instead. of .Halloing the
"Your Nose .
Knows"O 1PO" a.' our by liberal Office over Pilley Building
:\IIKK l It. II" K'lvot"'r. m h 1 IMinx investments. !
MaiuHietia. HI'h 1 \IIII. There IH not a father "' mole pafretic 1 1 who are willing to take. Offle Hour., .-11 1---6

:\Tt'" r 1' I Mi\an" sill 1 .x10(4a11a. I has neen Inn. boy nine .llOn.... or who on an HIM l load lo put their eountiecover j )-!.. 'Phon. III Residence 'Phao ..
Mill I I' Au IlllIlll I Oa. '
: Lola ""wl'r.l ,. .Administered for Kitraotlon of
', / Guaranteed by Minx. Lillian .l-nntlH. .eh I K noMlBH haH. learned. that lie. In safe. &V"rflf'IU. .1 tcU I
4'l,'\\OtlllllldUI.. Kill' 1 KO 0" I who ran affoid to heat himself. lids II I
i Tiller R<'h 1 -
Minx Virginia ,221'!
., .. I share. In Ihih-the last Of ,the
Mr. F I' ilwaiiln, Hell 1 ee LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYAT.LAW
r MrK JV I Ten", ,nu nelI. Rch I "( .MGOre C..T.g MlHH Ctr.lU < "lmtre.t. .d.'I l "i'||I fill, govern-I I
0 I bill and finih the ," BENEFACTOR.
1 I!MlRH l LoiilH I < Thomimon.. nth 1 > fill! Jub -
i' MlHH 'M r1 lirvaii. Hrh 1 111Minn 0(1
Lillian Dale, HI'h I HHMlHH I Waring
I I "Being a doctor, and suffering for Building.
"u nO I
. .oooto.ooooo oooOOOOOOtO OO.09.000.Oooooooo. !Medorn Hu8..II. Hill I .... I I .
Minn Uutli Clark .noh I noMlHH 1 many ,years with stomach trouble, 1
Ktlna i .HI,.h 1. HMlHH : I feel I cannot do justice to so great! ain Pal Johnston O. P. Oarrvtt
:E>>. G. "" ...A.cJ.III8"EReal1 : : : : glen .lulrf.: : .Id.I.1: I _ : NOMlHH i' publiebonefacjor writing Mayr's
Minn Nellie M<'Qunrrl6' ..d h 1 J: I Wonderful Remedy is everything you
[state and Insurance Agency Mrn: Ciiril.N, 'IMiln. H<'h B \!\.0"1 fwlerl'v I have claimed for it. I can now e-at

It MIH N Laura Hullaul. L..t Hc-h>. Hrh III H. 187' 1MIHH <> { and relish victuals I have not darer I Offices! 10, 11 ,and 12 Citizens. Bank

Knte :M Knpllnirer ml IdMtHH fI" n" |Ito eat in many years. Am feeling Building
.. "'''Ic..r. 1 KB.noMinn I like newly born' It is a simple Klulmme. Fla.OIIIISON,1PIIEJI1ER.
We have a well selected list of properties for sale, among which tea 4.. oolttle... arh10 "0.011
}' attractive Farms Ranches. Orange Groves business + Mlas Mary Floreine.. nch' I IB. HOMO harmless preparation that removes ).,.;:-
are some very j IItI... Kathcr/n. KhailoHli. urn 16 ." .00'MlHH the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal ,
.", buildings, and dwellings all in Osceola County and eaeh proposition Kmrnn T,"HOK, nch 16 <>n OB.MlHH tract and allays the inflammation

,' listed at its minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip- Lillian I-Itar PalBle Ide. .nch Itch 18 1ft l. HII O.lIn 00MlHH which causes. practically all stomach
ment. We also) can offer-exceptional bargains. In Kissimitiee and St. IMtHH Fledn 'Doollttle. BCh l III, 000 liver and intestinal ailments including C
1 IMlHH Lottie Ponllttle, H-h 1 IIL.. HO.On appendicitis. One dose will con- }
Cloud. properties now owned by non-residents who. are willing; to sell !R Hadley., sch 20- --...---- HO.00 vince refunded. J.. Z.. Rob-
+ |!earl Johnson. Hch 20 _..____. 4B.00MellHRa ) or money "
excellent to invest little
at a sacrifice thus offering an opportunity a I( Roberaon. BCh '10,._____ 46.11/1. erson; and druggists everywhere,. .
surplus capital and benefit by the increase in values which Is sure Mottle Klnn. "..h--I B) _.__ 4S.OflMIBB "
ft Ola 'r..mnl>ell. ash-t3._.__ SELLS I
; ; to come. Call or write us.r i Miss Fannie Addlnon. Bell 17 .. 41 211 WHAfs .
Cora fieuldIl(.... srh 11.. _-._... 4fi.00MlHB r- YOUR WORRY? "*. ''', .
Edith MlHwonrer. sch JSS5.OB L.J's.G.t. Aboard 1
E. A. Strout Farm Agency, Inc. ..M .A Johnwon,. .rh 25 ___- ._____ .B.00 6 ,. Fire, Life Accident and
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1 R n Brown. H rIcen BeJi I 2S

r ; D. G. WAGNER, Manager 8. D Ole No Campbell 3, loan. from, dup.gen Nol fund 11I7' 1'\0 BO.noS on chased the typewriter fpr the Osceola THIS QUESTIONNAIREMAY Health Plate Glass;. Liability

Mach HroB. Irann puplln nch. I Boon high school to buy _one for St. Cloud. .
Kiasimmee Florida J .. O\erBlre rirordlnn 1 100 I Miss Ola Campbell reported that SOLVE PROBLEM
1 S rOentrnl > and Boiler Insurance.
Jill. Cooper. repairs Hrh
warrant No 1679 for drawn
'oooo.o.tooooo.o. oo.tooo.ooooooo.o..oooooooooooooooI llrun Store auppllen 4 no
az ,,, C W nrlfftn Hiippllec ._ BinMlHH I in her favor on the general school -
Nellie MrQuarrle.' exp H I.00 fund had been lost and asked thata The Is Legal Bonds Executed
already -
Valley On.,,"'". Huppll 1 BOnnceola .exploit
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SAYSTHESTATE 1.116; duplicate be issued. The board or- tbe Loan whlcb I
MARKETINGBUREAU Hd Co. BUppllen lag Vlcjory: Liberty ;
Wenner-Sawyer'. Co. nuppllen 20. dered warrant No. 1679 cancelled all Day Needed,
,,11I\ I be floated In April In order that
I . .
A B ThofrlBB. collector -, 38 MLuner the records and a duplicate issued to .
J' A Prather tires __u__ 44 OSKISHlmmee 'Miss Crfhipbell. the people may start saving for the,
Tel ('0., phone rent 100 In bonds of the
of investing
Western Union clock rent .. 2.00 Miss Mary Addison was appointed
i I( H *' W B Itew Co. suppllen. 7.8ltO to teach school No. 41, at Raulerson. "Victory issue." Tb. following brief OFFICE: Stall Bilk Bnildiig

., Congressman Jared Y. Sanders ofl.oolsiana C. It was released from quarantine .o D Barnard Co. .supplies.________.. 60 18..00 RlState There being, no further business to questionnaire should tend to clarify I

; has Introduced a bill providing on December 1, lost but the county state' Bank Rank revenue Interest atarnpa _, 210 come before the board it adjourneduntil the.ailad of'ally, reader regarding. tbe . '

for civil and criminal prot..dinp "authorities failed to provide the cooperation D Rotundo., wood _._____Un_ 200 the next regular mteeting on Victory Loam:
against officers agents andadmln..u.tora necessary to clean up the a. A. I). N*. 1 F.k.. Monday April 7th. 1919 O. The war being oy.r..hy Is
f .\lrrn Rhoda Lucas mch 8 .nu' 6600 ____ _ __ _
of the United States small area of territory still infested. '
Mi.. Myrn HodH nch t'. . KB.00 n u there steed of another great popularwar
" Food Administration. He said: "!t The replacement of Ute quarantine ,Mr. C A Bailey. .cli 10 __.___ n.II/I

., was calculated: to crystaliie numerous -' means that interstate movement of H C Hartley supplies ______. 6." PLANT CITY FLA. loan Funeral DirectorAND
Tile proceeds from the north
Chas Levi attendance officer 44 00 A.
complaints of expression and cattle from the county can be made Fred B Kenney, water cob I'.. 5211 '
r discrimination now piling up In the i only in accordance with the regulations Chas Levi wood etc. ____n_. 2.5o Loan, according to Secretary ef the .
j Congressional mall. regarding the of tbe U. S. Secretary of Agriculture S. a. D. IV*. a _... LADY IS LOUDLY Treasury a.!.... were..exhausted last '

lDaner'ln which .tbe good law and to prevent the spread of It L Jordan, sch 40 ?__.__.____ n.on December and.the geverameat tawst
labor BchlJ JUO
C A Davidson
regulations have been administeredThY ." cattle fever which is carried by the n. tN.*. a Fmm*. u PRAISING DRECO have. unit's snorq wth..twbich. tslaalBtaJn !> LICENSED

tick. Mrs Carrie. N Kdrl, soh 5____ 10.0. ) ,war forces overseas, bring EMBALMER
Federal quarantine against the A A KnlRht, Mh It _..____u_ 10009 .J ....A. .
sch'll ._.__ 70.OB BAD..CASE. NER- tae victorhome sad carry out-Its rs- I
Co-operation .nd frequent interchange Mrs A A Knight; RELIEVED OF ,-
,c attl. fever tick wilt be replaced Mrs Lottie Huff sch II __ 11I.00 eonstncUoB plats. lieN and Chapel Stewart Ave.snaslsmasee.
March : county N. of Ideas are essential for the F..i.Osceola VOUSNESS. STOMACH TROU: .
4c 1. 1919 on Craven a. a. n. N. I strongbox 1s ...... ,
Uncle -
successful solution of agricultural Hdw Oo, supplies _u_ 204 BLE. BILIOUSNESS AND A GEN. Q. If, Bain's 1 Via .
Is t he paling his ..rt..warupe..t
problems. When times and .m$1'-bow
'; Sergeant Roy Graves was appointed ERAL RUNDOWN SYSTEM.
NAJJSEALESS CALOMEL troubles few an individual may follow ..
his own \fine of action in planting to take command and drill the -- A This Is bels. done With money

11 and marketing and may be quite.ucceslful county high school cadets. The Day by day the citizens of Florida borrowed;from .the(banks: at ,the rote, '\ -\.Me..1iI 'LE
; on the other hand under board agreed to pay him $10 per and.nearby-istates' .ar.ct.inlr,signed, two weeks bod- .
of 'OO.OOO.OvO every ;
altered conditions he and month for his s rviee.. statements of the splendid work the eat.
may f.n. of Ia4ebtedaeis Estate
certificates I
FOR A LAZY' LIVER fail in circumstances in which freer The board finding1' insufficient new remedy Dreco is doing to relieve term anticipation Agency.
-- Issued In return.
.. interchange ideas might have saved -- funds on hand to pay teachers' salaries stomach trouble, indigestion being ....a..aaaa..awa..aewaa..,
him from disaster Association is ,and other current expenses constipation biliousness; loss of .appetite Q. As long. as the banks are, advancing > f&aity bought and sold '

&ktaJbs,. lie. New Kiad of CalomeL the vehicle in which the burdens of, authorized the chairman and county nervousness, ditty spells, the money WhT' not. tot them '. Hotues
be superintendent to male rheumatism and catarrh. continue to do so* rested
many deposited and carried arrangements
+ 0... die Work Without the Sight- at a mal saving to the individual."The with); the State Bank for a loan,1 Dreco attacks and eradicates the A.,Pecanse la order to Taxes paid and This vented '

l .est Uaplea.aat..M or Daiger. of 93.000() ( the same to secured by! poisons in the blood strengthens the extend,credit tat** business, Interests ;.. far aon-resideats. ', I
i- most striking example( of the board's note payable in three 1 kidneys, rouses the liver and builds and lltUo of tile country the btafca Fir

You have always thought of calomel what has been and what'may be accomplished months. Awarrant was, ordered i up the system giving renewed energy big must get back this money-amounting ; Life .axl Acciehat; lav 1

ca a as the best and surest medicinein .in the systematic stamp drawn in favor of said bank for (60 1 vim Mouth cent of their entire resource siiraace.lademniry: .
the world, but too nauseating for big out of animal diseases is the to cover the interest on the loan. "Reading' papers ,about the to 20 per only' I Bond .
it faijs due, .
'a campaign for the eradication of the I new tonic Dreco I bought a bottle *-when
G you tos$ k" That was the old-style i The board ordered $150 transferred enjoybe t
tr6 eslomel. Now science has taken the southern cattle ticks," says Dr.,J. R. from. the general fund to S. S. and It has-relieved a very bad case of thus can the prosperity we BOW > tit Q

r1-. r to 1fg out of calomel by removing the Mohler. chief of the Bureau of Ani- Non 8 fund as a loan td meet the D'j nervousness. .:forme. I. was also bilious continued.. d 6f- J._ __ .
;r .-1 unpleasant and dangerous qualities, mal Industry. "In a little more than rent expenses of said district. and my stomach Was weak and Q. Will ihe 'Victory U e* be

y GI has kept all its rood liver-deans- 10 years the area infested by' these The superintendent reported that full of acid which caused gas to fered to the people on a,commercialbasts.

t' tDtempurilttng effects. parasites has, .been reduced from he had received notice the form. No matter how careful of my or will their patrloMsm agala be .

... be next time ywt. are .bilious1! or 728,666 to 270,036 square'milee, the superintendent W. N.from Sheats! state thata diet J was, I suffered after.meals by appealed toT >

wt ,constipated ask for Calotabs, the new area freed from ticks amounting to conference superintendents beinfg. bloated. belehmf .sourness andgriping A. Secretary Class.says hemep.triotlam .- FRESH.FIS'H''
county -
''p liaosealess) calomel. Sold only in or-: 458, 29 square. miles, or 63 per cent and school offlmlf'had been pains. Dread has relieved Amerteas people will
iginal-sealed packages, price thirtyAvei -, of the whole. Ticks are charged with called to meet Tallahassee on the thestf-Hroables, juidT feel thertf ,Is to_ send tJ'I.nvpbanUy -M D- } .
a cents.. One tablet at bedtime' direct lose calculated at 40000.000 nothing I can say that ls top'for food I be relied vpoA
18th and 20thof March.
I' The iop> & l&owew.
,' ,% .'. with... '__lIow of water--that's "all. annually and with far greater direct board decided to send the that grand medicinesays. Mrs. ,' :"over. the! :v .
:No taste; no griping, no nausea. noMJts.r 10..... The success of this work notonly perintendent county su E. W. William*, .of )Plant City ,Fla. wiD j be-m1W1'P4rt4Oal faP attffeUha! 'Y'ST'ERSSiMO
I any members of J> is the .... -and period of sttority. *;;
I' You -wake n the morning stops the losses caused by the of the board who could ree. a combination of juices to Bald of Int'

c IliliA"} fine your Myer active ticks but enables .the' country to increase attend. conveniently' ,. ,and extracts of. many herbal ' v-*.'...-. ...---..,....,. -

: ysim purified,, .and with a hearty and extend thf cattle Indus, plants which have a direct..action on I '
1 t a tefprjbrat i t. Eat whatyou try with increased: production of The trustees of the St. Cloud district the vital organs to restore them to 1 Writ* to,tha.lxpedipentr&tatiouat. \ ARt'N

:1I'-.n* r. of salivation..Your meat, and dairy products and with chase; .requested the board to Cloud healthy normal J'O: dtUOD. Oainearllle lot iDfo nation rrvgardintr 1

r +, -... "Money back at any: drug, ) store if tonS great benefit to general agriculture." a typewriter for the St. Most all' !rood druggists .now. sell your field *r .truck crop, Phone 313

*r*' not perteett* Delighted with CalF I.1. the high school.. The board Instructed Dreco ,andill is highly recommended spray* .od prajjnaT or .any other HL. ........ .. ._.. . a ,'.,
county n-
ta sdv Subscribefor : superintendent lo investigate In Kissimmee by the CentraLXpruf agricultural infcrmattoa" you are in .
J the Valley .G.Z. ta. and if he found the board pur- Sto.... r peed of. h


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; DIC,'.WAVIR TO-ADVTRT1SE |I I' Natural: Instinct teaches, ..:.u to appreciate hi* public road and all that part of Florida at 'fit* m. on Friday; .the 'ola-County. I Chancery-- : .. Cite- -
HAY S M'FADDEN the North ot .. 'P sub 1. 8Itn .
the, confidence "in half thsSoutheastqua of Aprl > Isens .. ." .
VICTORY LOAN ..IN'PASCO. by others and.this confidence placed u .tar. and .1 that part of the Mortheaatquarter I\jttl. issue consistsef fj Bonds et, B.nt Lesler,. Jennie -J"lc..., '
I, demonstrated the Northwest quarter Iy. the denomination ,of $l.*O'. 0 each Walter :.. Bass,' Aramlnta
Dr. .R. Thor Weaver has. through responsibility/- In* West. of the public road* of B >ctlon ;and one Bond of the ,denomination oI Chas. Donegan etnd Corrle K E B ,

\ HEADS CAMPAIGN veiled to- conduct the publfcltT''detn fails to serve a good purP ... Thirty-five (35);. all In TOWNSHIP $600.00. barln. Interest at the' rateof Notice Is hereby given that by vir
upon Make TWfcNTY-KiaHT (8) SOUTH six per annum Interest I toe of final decree of foreclosure ren
end of the Victory Loan in Pasco your farm help personally res- OF RANGK 'TH1KTT-ONE (.n I: T. payable .... and m.turlng'from dered In the above entitled cause of

VICTORY county and has asked:to' be released nsibe for success or failure and All of fractional Section On (1). date Issue respectively a fol- I action' the Judge f Circuit
IN -LOAN from .,the-erriciiUursl < |youwliI get the best service in them. Two (1) and Three < ) : '.1 of Section .Iowa: Court of,the Seventh j 4 :: Circuit
aaent'l..9kIn : --3fQ. Pour (4); the East half the Ten ''hOu..nd Dollar In Ten Tear of the State of Florida In for Os
-- Osceola' county, during ;th. .mon hot I' 1Taxler.Farman Help Specialist. west quarter the' Southwest qurt..r lorth, Ten, Dollars' In Eleven .11 County on March 1919, I '
;*t April that he' may :put the loan: .. .9. and the Kaat half of.Section Fl., (3); ",.ar. offerfor sale at the front'doorof
Widely-Known, Financial Editor 8uo across. the Northeast quarter of nNO -Ttousans1 Dollars In Twelve the Court-Hous In the City of Klsslmmee -
t ....ATICMIC T.' east quarter Section '8 <7) ; years' ...Iolda on 119,
? ceeds W.. C. .WardUw/Who Becomes The Victory loan promises to be] Lot On. (1) Section Eleven (11); T.n ThousandDollars. In Thirteen during Ma. Ih' the

1 f more spectacular than the four liberty :Made S.-;; the fracton.1 Northwest quarter of Years. following described property situate
_ -,Associate OlrsctorIIa'yni' _. 1, loans to'be. : Law. of 31. Chapter E89, the Norhw..t quarter' of Section Tn Thousand Dollars In Fourteen In said Osoeola County Florida:
preceeding.We Florida
are showing the "
.. amount ) and all of fraetlonnl ". L*>ts 14- and 18 of Payne Payne's
ot .
visited by a dsririble 'balloon, airplane Osceola taxes the Tax Collectorof Section Fifteen (16)1 In TOWN. : "Ten"Thousand' Don.r In Flt.el Addition to the City of .. ..
tank and possibly other County Flo.ld., to be col) $'H8l' TWHNTT-N1NB 1 Florida, to the recorded. plat,
MCFddeOIfAtIanI.; : publisher ; ware ,lected for the current rear, AUt 1918. (29) SOUTH I yeA.' aeoordln"
craft UK RANOK THIRTY helmets will be ,
and out and" the 'of ,
given apportionment the
of the Same -- .
Southern Banker All. y. of Osceola
has of the aforesaid-lands Florida.
for workin the campaign. ur.' Weaver I I the. .several funds for whichtaxes cont.tnlnR I : coun '
.' In the anureiratB., Thousand .Dollars_JnjleventsenTen' Terms of sale -
been ,
appointed chairman of the executive will call upon all the boys'who. I A..beenulcvled.. ef CeiiBtr Vmmtm And. three hundred and thlrty-ftlne r* '- ' Oated Klsslmmee March JOth, .

committee for the Sixth Federal have been overseas to help(him Can 1:0: Seveher. A. I). IK IK. and>.64)sixty-four one-hundredths (IBH ,. Thol.and Dolar. In EighteenYears. ll-4t.119. lJ:CA1JEU Chancery.
more or less. 81..lal. 4
C l'J.'VI'JH L.
flying Dade
squadron. Banned
Thousand Flye .
: District'in J the Victory: Loan cam amount assresed$25,810.79. lx>t Three TIVKNTY-KHIHT(3) of oIW) TOWNSHIP SOUTH Dollar.SIv.n Tears.The . SPECIAL MAMTRR!! SALE .

collected __ .
4.281.1" '
:paign. It was''announced this week by nhn OF UANOB THIRTY' (30) KAST. Interest and principal -payable -
If have anything to sell '
trade cn.
you : In Its equivalent at Chase Nat-
Balance to be collected11,142.10 tabling sixty-five and sixty-three one lola Notice Is hereby given thai the'underslgned -
Governor Joseph A. McCord, head of or exchange try. our classified column.It (,.....r Head. hundredth (611.61 terre, more or Ides. Bank New York City sold N. T.bald . Special Master pursuant, to
the district To amount assvssed .1120804 Lot one ( Section Six ( will not- be for, 1s a Final of Foreclosure. Hnade "
,. war loan organization.-: .brings results. ( I .. ,and rendered
Amount col\.c.t..d S.200.6S 'TOWNSHIP TW1NTY-EItUT' (* "A"??PinVd on the 6th day of March
succeeds W. O. Wardlaw' ', chairman for t - SOUTH OK RANtE. THIRTY.Ol check fop jUOO.OO. payable A. D. tile Honorable James W.. ,
t< the Treasurer ofKlsslmmee tII.U' .
Balance to be collectedt. 1S.007.48Kl (11) BAST of the Circuit Court
four successful campaigns. who} hiulC .. ..* .'...........- ty-elKht one-hundredths ( ..1 acres, rlorlda must accompany .. .. Judicia Circuit .ef Klorlda In
LEGAIADVERTISEMENTS To amount assessed moreor less. each bid. and for Ceunty. In chancery '
\e'\:C been made associate director and assistant Amount collected1---'-,-I8.4nt'n 1.066.9T Ixjis V>"e (1). Two (I). Three (1) The right Is reserved. to' -reject any wherein Flynn-Harrli-Oullsrd Company I

-. { _ and _the East half of Section One (1) : '"Add" sS'aH a corporation was
f- ... to Governor M Cord in the warloan !TAlcMJcT' ; Balance to be collected ,5,335,79Special Township Twenty-nine 19) South of 1 bids to the City Council and Florida
of the City of. KI..lmmpe ants, will sale and sslV be
"lianaTwentynine (29) East
PebllcMy .
work. Mr. McFadden bus b'ell'I Made under JiI."ct ;; 12. .Chapter 5i5. To amount aasessed ___II.58f./l1i" ,(1). Two (2) and Six (8) and the; Lt. ,care. of J. n Glb..rt, GILBERT.rk. tween the Irgal hours of sale on the .

active:, in former campaigns. and ,was Laws of Florida showing" the amount Amount collected -_. 4SS.88. half of .Northeast quarter of Hec- (fEAL n of KI..lmm. 7th day, of April A. D'Ut. to the \
and the
.., I 10f taxes charged to the Tax Collector " tiO1T'9'weitt21'OWTiship Twenty- 1-4t. CI.t. Illh..t ,
> vice chairman the .fourth Liberty of Osceola County. Florida, to be col collected-------2,134.16 'nine (18) South of Range Twenty-nine described lands situate, lyIno .
r Loan drlre. lected, for the current year. A. D. 1118. I .---lea... Mebsol Ut Kast.: th' Houtheast quarter of NOTICE TO.. iONTRACOR! and being In the Counties. _of Onceoia .

and the apportionment of the same To amount assessed -*_.936,18810 the Northwest quarter and the Southhilt O. urang,. vine ot Frld. .
(. to the several funds for which taxes I Amount collected, ., .6TBalance I of Section Thirty-one (Jl).-Town Sealed -bids) will be received by the. yl*:: '(A . . ,
have been. levied., hip Tw.nty..lght (II) South of City Council.of ,the. City of K .sln>rn... Isr Orasare Ceesjty. /
A.iHMfl..>ss..4 -.. l'mmtr Vmmmm. << to he !. Ne>.ves>br. A.. n. .11*. Heaoel! l->-.--.. I. n.n. the Northwest Eat quarter of Section at the -C'ty Hall In Klsslmmje. Flor. 1)t"h\ of Sec
). qji (4IEItAL.; I To amount assessed _____--__ISJUO.74 Five'(5) ; the North the" Ida, until 7:10: p. m.. .,, Uth 1''rt0' ( ; ., (2) ( '
To amount aiseaied ____u__$zII.1I10.11 Amqunt collected .:. ____u__ 1.061.03i Southwest. quarter and the hil. UII. for the filling by dr..dglnl of .. Southwest quarter of the
,. Amount collected _----_. 4718.86 of the Southeast quarter and hAl. 100 acres the Southwest quarter thereof. : .n' 8..oto
J'r .r. I i Balance to be collected8,948.72. Northeast. quarter of the Southesst EonSln.etlon of a Fishing Pier and four(4) less the a Southwest ,
Balance to be CoIect..d20.871.$3) I $.h Sekeel !>!.<. 9. quarter of .Section Six (6) the West Boat Basin and a Commercial Dock the Southwest quarter thereof: the
(.. .To amount assessed ____._ ." ; work for the East of the East of Section -
>B :r Itosd. i half of the Northeast and the and other 1n1rovem..nt h.1 h.1
_J : To amount au.rssed$19,208.09 Amount collected ___--_.u.11. Southeast quarter of ..quarter tha Northeastquarter of the lakeshore five. ( ; Northeast of Section .
$ _ Amount collected ________u_ ,1111".18 l 1.5 and Two (1), TndTI ga. In the City I tokl'l m :.h J'lorlda.according hal of Northwest quarter of Section -
:' Balance to. he collected .. ... 322.8* and four ((4)).Lt. the North half of I..ot) to, and specifications (7); Bast half and East half of .'.
I/alaivce to be collected16.653.93 I nmm Urbe-ol Itlsl. I adopted by the City .Coun.1 West half of Section eight (Si: West
No.amount One (1), of Section Seven
; ...1.. mmm Fmriritmrr I i To aasessed _.____..$2,68949 (1). Two (2) Three 43) and(7);Four l.t.. Ono( and now on file. In the City .. half of Section nlse (H: Southeast
To amount ansesspd _hh--l ,4ni7"Amount I Amount _--__.h . 191.32 and North half of Section. I. ne. quarter East half of Southwest quar/
Nine (
I collected __._ _ 20'.16 Each proposal must be accompanied t..r. Southwest quarter of Southwest
u -- lots One ((1) ( ((2). Three ( and ....! quarter and South un feet .
to be collected ... fw'f n 8... Ah.MiiA issued bY a Htstiv -
the North --
Balance. to he-collecterf hU__ 5,21794 Ilalan"PI Mrkool *91st. -It. .U8.I Section ; Lot Four ) of .or National. and of Northwest qu.rt.r- Southwest
Special 9'sikUetty asSessed -_ -.:____$67.25! Fhrht (8) Lt. Four (4) and sight to Bnk-. the City ofKis.inmee quarter of- Section Seventeen (t');
To amount assessed --_______$2,661(18 Amount collected .- ._._.__ 24.74 Klve (5) the half of the tb the sum of One Thousand South half of Section Eighteen (! )
-- r Amount collected -_-__ .- __h 47384! Northwest quarter of Section Ten Dollars. (11.00000). Bald proposalmust .1 of Section Nineteen. (12): Lot 0" '.
_. Balance to be collected .. ___ (10); all Jn Township TwentynIne(29k be presented In a scaled envelope and North half of Lot Two (l) and ,
-'., Balance to be collected h__ .. 2.087.21 Hub Mrkoo Hist.o.. -- 4..1 South, of Range Thirty (SO) Kast., endorsed. to the City Clerk and marked Northeast quarter of Southwest quarter .
I (....ral Hehottl To amount assessed .. .e.$125.10 containing three thouend and seventyfle roposal for Klsslmmee Bulkhead (part Lot three) Section Twentyelarht -

To amount assessed ..._____$36,18810 Amount collected --_-==-==u-- =.. S .93 and seven-tenths (i.07.1 Improvements.. ( (IS) : all Section Twenty-nine -
ti: Amount collected -___-__h_ 1.097.4S acres, more or less. Certified cheques of all unsuccessful (SI) less Northeast. quarter of Northeast -
::1.4; n.lanc. to be ollected. .-_ _-88.17, Also all of Jots One (1) and Two. ,bidders will be. returned on demand quarter thereof: all Section Thirty
-. Balance to be collected------ 29,09062 Hpeelal Hood !)!... ., rr (1) of Section Thirty-six (38)), Township also the cheque of the aueoessTul (10); East half of Section Thirty .
Sub Hehool pIeS. No. I. To amount assessed __ ._--$12.122H6 _Twenty-elRht ((18 South bfRall' bidder on execution. of the contract one (11) ; West half of Section Thirty* :
To amount assessed -___.-_.-$3,01074 Amount COI..CI.d. .-._ __-. 2,101.98Ilalance Twenty-nine (Z East, and All and bond. two (11)) ; Southwest quarter of Northwest
Amount collected --_n__---- 1,18848 Lt Three (3). Section ThirtysixS The successful bidder or bidders qttarterof Section Seven (T>> all
s to be. col led.-il ,- 10,089.57 (16) Township Twenty-elKht (ZH> i will ''required to give a bond equal In Township .Tw..t.foul Ut South
_ Hnlanre to be collected h---- 1.X22-2 I Neerl.l Head 01... .:2. of Range Twenty-nine (29)East to .twenty-five. per. cent (IS. ,) of the Range ,- ((11) 1.t. .
fr Hub Mrkool IH... No. 2. To amount assessed .-<. _..- _$19,604.72 except commencing at the. amount of his or their bid or bids, East half of Section .Thrty..I. {II>.
To amount aanessed __ _--_ .- _-$39440 Amount collected. - __; 6.33412 Northeast corner of Lot Three (8), such bond to be satisfactory to the. In Township t Suth.
Amount collected __ --_____h_ 81.57 run thence South to the 80utheatcor- City Council Range Thirty (30) Eastt ( .
Balance to be oifllcctcd-_.-._ U.270.0 ner of said LThr..e (3) ; thence The City Council reserves the rightto Southwest quarter ot. Southwest
Balance" to be collected-------- 31281mm \ Apeelal Head Dta. .. S. West fifty (' thence. Northto reject any and all bids quarter of Seton Four (4)1 j East half
Hayn. McFaddenA $ Nehool t9l.t. ,Mew S To amount. assessed. 1 the. North. line of Lot Three. (3) ; Copies of the plans and specifications of ... Cu.rt.r; Southwest CU.I- ,
To amount assessed __--_-- -_$258949 Amount collected .. -----1.11.61 thence Easterly to the point of be. may be. obtained for the sum of ter o( South
Very 'large proportion of the counties Amount T collected __ ____---- '. 19909 ginning. The said described exception Five. Dollars, ($5.00) from Alan J.MacDonoilgh. Southwest luart.r. : quarter ,
in the Southern States have adoptd Balance to be collected ._ _u '.86.1 being" reserved for the purpose of constructing City Engineer Klsslmmee of Section \U Township
Balance Ito be co1l4'etcd2,390.40 Tick Kradlratlea. thereon a tramway or railroad Fla, or may examined at the Twenty-four (In Range Thir'
the individual, quota system for the NHb Hrseol IU." "Ne. 5.T To .an>ount assessed which It not built. Is also hereby office of the b ty-one UI BaIt (Eiesptlsav however .

Victory Cban and /expect thereby to <" mount ..essed.Tr:: ____$67ZTT 'Amount collected __---$10..4..2_ laclude. Engineer.F. H. L.AWBON. tie half of Section.SevenT
/ Amount ,oollocled -- -- nn__ 26.88 $ Thirty-two (81)( President of the City CounciL ( ). Township Twenty-four (14)
distribute the Investments in securities Balance* to be .01..4 __u 8,587.23 exoept the Northwest quarter of the J. R': dlLBKHT City Clerk.. South, Range Thlrtr-one (It) B.. s
over wider ground. By this Balance to be collected _.__n-- 41.48tt Hard It_... Southeast quarter or the said Section-; ALAN J. MacDONOUOH. Ip Oeeeele?. iary.
systPtn. .h ......01 IH... N. .. To amount assessed ---_ -_$3686610 all of Sections Eighteen (18). Twenty 14-tt. o. City Engln...... West halt North hal of Northeast
every citizen will be assigned a To nnnount usitessed. .-_--_____116.10 Amount collected ___ .-___ 697457 ((0) Twenty-two (22), Twentyeighttlon quarter South half the Routh..t
dnflnlte! quota which he Is expected to Amount collected .. .n--_-- .-'_ 4691 and Thirty ((30)' and all 01 Sec- I. Cmmrl, He.vest b immlctml quarter, theNortheast '
Balance to be collected._!___ 29.880,53 Thirty-four (84. all being In (CI..1. ('....,.. 'ef tlseeela ..* Southeast quarter of Section One (1).
take just as states and counties have Balance to be collected __-____ 7919 Dated February let. A. r>. 1919 Township Tw..ntJ'.elMht (28) South of 1..1. $tele .. KteH Township "-U (It) South*
their quotas This will be based onhla Neeelel Boos IJI-t. N." 1. J. 1* Range Bast, contain. Range Thirty-one ( )- Kast ,
To amount asuessed ___--___IIZ.I2Z.R6 Clerk Circuit OVIRSTRRET., v. In* according" to the United States The North half of Lots Four -(4) and
Income and property and will\! be Amount collected ___.___--_, 2,428.64 Florida. O..c.ola Government. Survey four thousand VALIDATION OF BONDR IN THE Five. subject to change by a local sppeals -- six I hundred and five and thirteen one- SUM OF 11.600.00 CITY 01 KISS1MMEK to tl..To'l or.Klsslmmee,,
____ hundredtha --(4.606.18) acres. A !. _
feels Balance to be collected ,- 9.69299 IUT..J OK MAHTKH'M MALE.H FI.RIVA JIUNJCIPALCORPRTION. 0. ) .
committee It he his quota hasbe.n fmrvtmt Hood !>!.<. N. 2. Together "1 and (singular thetenements North half ."Uo IUlht... ((1)

flxed at too high a Ogure. To amount .......ed _____,_.$29. 04TS 1r.'I"ta n riparianrights 'S VS. North half of ." ;
Amount collected ____ 6.91'.19 Notice \Ia hereby given that undernd and all thereunto STATE OF FLORIDA. West. half of 'Northeast quarter.
In previous campaigns counties nn ---- '___ __ __* by-vli tun of a certain decree made belonging or In anywise appertaining half of Northwest' 1at

'which used. the Individual quota planwent I Balance to be collecfed'; ; __ 22.688.63Hixcl.l ,and entered on the sixth d iv of March, ,and the rents find Issues thereof Neilce tm Skew Cssise.To. qurte. of and 'P
-A Hmmm IJIX. M.;.. a. A r -bywnnorable Tthjdon" M, and1 every. right title or. 1 the .Taxpayers and of the Northwest qu.rh. quarter .
: .over tae_ top quickly and by a To amount .........d __ ___.. _.$5,16161 Ir of the" District Court of or-equltable, defendant the City of Klsslramee* In Cltaen. ,. of of Soclo. -..o'uth.c; hat4
.. large margin without plaolng the burde'n Amount. collected __ _n__--_-- 1OO.84 States, In and, for the said Mortgagor, l."n and to the same.It Oaceola. and Stats of Florida: of ""Uon Tllrt-o. (Silt West half
of heavy Investments District of )'lorida In Chancery being the Int..nlO to Incud.. all You are hereby. notified and required -' and West half of Section
on comparatively Balance to be collected ____n 1.81i0.18 In a certain "au" pend- of the lands .. to show cause, If any you have, beforcuJxIs. Five .(CM and;"'West half of ;
few patriotic cltliens. This Tick KradleatleB. lug wherein Oeoricla Farm Loan Creek Pasture, located to said Oaceola .-lam.'W. .'.rkln., of Section Eight (5)), all .We.t.h.1 0..

plan makei every man feel certain that' To amount asiessed-$46,944.62-. ,--Ciimnsny 99r..ton.0 nnd oth- County "'lorJda. at sis hI DLnd. .., or Twenty-four (14))' South, Range 'Thir
... Apiount collected __u_----__ 1.896.60Balsnce cr5. Klsslmmee Any person corporation' .. Int..ndln. wherever the be on April ty-one (II) ,East. .,
bis neighbor also is carrying his share (Cattle Comp.ny. a corporaton. etc.. to .bid at the sale must I the 14th. 1919, at 1.10: m., or as soon Also all the timber-which la growing

of the obligation to his country. to be _colle..du--__ 8.148.121 l\m\ ... Jnd..r.lgned Mne. the'.Special. Master a certified check a* same cn be. heard. why or standing; upon the following real I Istat..itaats"1y4ag'nd
hI.orderupontnmkorrrus'r'compan '.
) _, _
clal .
n'__ L._ ___ Hara nsinsiee nee*. Jlatpr. will 01..1 and wL orvapprovea" ....... ae being In the '
To amount asuessed .--.---..'S5.866.1/1 sell to tire. In the sum of Twenty-five .lanor.' ,and confirmed County o( Orange, State of Florida
Amount col.l..ct..II.-----.1-........- 6.684.48 and best bidder for cash, beforethe (1180080) Dollars before. said sale, according to the statutes. In to.wl: .
Weitern door of such . made ...
PICTUREEVER the.O.c..ola County the amount deposited to be credited .e and provided. quarter and Southeast
I BEST WAR Balance to be"'bollected --... S9.220.62 Court House. In the City of Klsslmme upon the bid of the successful bidder ... L. OVER8TRKKT, quarter of Section Two (I) I North half
Dated March I.., A. I). 1111 19. Osceula. County, Florida, within and to be returned unsuccessful .t Clerk of ..I Court.NOTICH and .' quarter of. Section
J. OVBHS/rnEET the, legal hours forfublc sale, on Monday bidders loathe ( ) ; North half of. :
MADE1S'FREEFOR -- Clerk Circuit Court, Osceola County the 8th d.) *?-D. 1919 .- OF, APPLICATION FOR TAX (1ll'Ea.tihalof Seton

Flortda. >> all the following' |I ? CHAR 8RP PNr.t'r.. : .EED ('); Northwest quarter of Section Thir-
situate, lying and bvtoigr In Osceola ,lit. J. L'Engle." Carey I). te.n'I): NorU."et. quarter of Section :
!8TATRIMKMT.! County, Flrto..I: / ',Telfalr CnlhLSolicitors I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT. ( : half -of----Section tThirtytwo .
VICTORY LOAN I ots ( ). Pour (4) and Aaron Reaves and,Esther M. fleves.purchasers . (SI>| Sectios.4'l'hrty.tour' o
Made' under flection. 82 Chapter 659. the South half of Section One ((1) : all pl.lnant. of Tax Certificate No. ,277., (141: East hilt .f .fiectlen.Twwaty-SMre :
Laws of Florida, showing the amount of flectionsTwo (2) and Three ($).I i I. dated the trd day of July A- D. 191. (K). In TowMblpTwentyroar,' (' ,
of taxes charged to the; Tax CollectorOf al that part lying 'EastoP. the canal I NOTICK TO CONTIt"vOR. has filed said certificate la. of floe, South Jlange .T"I rtl-on. ( t ' 4'(

.,.. Reel Film Made By '\1111.' *<.<. tateseinal Osceola County, Florida, to be col- the South half of the Southeast Sealed. proposals will be received. br arut ha made application for tax deed however to the ,
lected'for the current A. D. 1918 quarter of Section Right (1) all to Issue In law In said-mortgage.
year. : of accordancewith J.! "
Corps Te Be .haw AllOver .. and the apportionment of the same Bcton Nine. (5); the Northeast qusr the State Road Department of Florida. Said Soate--embraces I the follow .. 1'L.WEOw SALE ,-Laad .
office of
at the said d.eI11
The UnltedJ.ta>es) to the sveral' fundsor which taxeshave Southeast. quarter of' the Florida Dpartm.nt.,Tal.laba4aee4. log described situated In In_Oranare County Forida
6epA-lsvtlfl.- up tqI'. prJ.rty. In front of
NorhyraIquartar, and the South-half 0..01. County : the ,DoerIn
"._1'1I._' .t Ce> .tr- !">.*., |>f Section' Ten (IS); .1 of Sections day April'6th.- roadbetween iCil. for conpletlng'aaection .- . Beg-.. BW oof. of .tto.wl.- Bee. Orlando. Drjtgs.1 CoualXr.-
New -Otoiy tor OldT Is the title et N.._..... A.. I). 1SI8. EIevenl1), Twelve Thlrteel of Kiselmiseeand tionSOTowns6ip.$ Range 1*'Oeoeela 'no,1 ,
:wonderfsl motion to .. UKNKHAL.. (It). P.urteM ) and Ul .. ). apb.U. In O.celoCou.ty. approximately East, run north .e.n.. East 10 be.",sold Infreat .e C.theCourt HOUM
plctare pre I _______. two. and sevententhsmiles t .
To amount assessed $16,610.7* and SI.teen )i all ,part of Sections chains-South 7 -lo Dr In Klssltasneey 'Osoeelav, Co
} ,
'"' seated all over the United States soot i Amount collected .____,.--_ a.'Z'.8' Ssventeen (lit, '.Nineteen (19) I Bid In. I..tnh.received for the com The. said 1.10' being assessed.chln. "orld. TERMS -OF-SAL.E! CASH.,
".,." Wi the Uilted States TreasMy !>.. 'and Twenty (SO) lyrng east of'the canal date of .. of said ,certIficat.Iath. (,PAT-JOHNSTON/; . -
pletlonofl the entire, work.or
I Balance to be collected. .._.___ II."'." ; all of Sections Twenty-one. (21), separatebids . name r-Unknown. Unless ,g Special MUter
partment for' uBNssta; ,upon the r <;os r.Hoa*. Twenty-two' (21), -Twenty-Uires (I.), will' be considered for the construction certificate' shall be' redeemed accordIng D. M6UIB.. OalnesVllle. FloAd*., _. >
Aj .rlcan yeoplsi the need of the Vlefory To amount assessed ___--___$.i..oui Twenty-four' (24). Twenty-five (25) of and for Ir&construction and draInage of to law tax deed will Issue thereon Solicitor for Coro.)laJsant. "-$t..
Amount. collected __________ ..7200Balance Twenty-six (2$) Twenty-seven (27). .tructur. on the 11th' .of.April..A. D. 1919.1
and the right Is reserved da1" .
Liberty loan for which the canv (2S pavlnl SEAL .' OVERSTRHiKT -QVJA.AWrlRE.4
Twenty-eight ) and Twenty-nine to the work In whole, ) I ) '
palm I* to start this sprint' It wlu1 l: t"- boo1leet.d------ 16,488.00 (H); all of the East half of the NortheaSt In part as m..pp..r' most expedient or Clerk. of .tb. Clrcultr' Court Oeceola -. "." ,
Flae *.. Ferf.4.ere quarter the Southwest County. In aceordance'with'and f Aatherl-1 -
be presented In, ptabUs ,..411011. ; To amount assessed .._.__ .$6,402.70, qu.rt..rof i i Plan and .pacifications maybe ,eK. 1.1t >, .
,- the Northeast quarter the North. aralnVd' at the'office of theState Road ty 'Of Chapter, T24 (N. ) Aets'.of
without charce to the imbUc, and the Amount. collected .---________ east quarter the. Northwest 'quarter Department. Tallahassee or-at .th.Dlvl.IOn la Ctrrat Ce t. .. ..., .JmmtrimtClre t1. Laws. .of.FI rd.Osceola County
and the ..o half la- .... .er, Oseewlai ..- '
of the Northwest .r.b,. a
office of said In ,
sctheduJes will almost :
permit every to b..colleeted. '. __.. 6,496798Bswelsl : quarter of Section Thirty-one (11); Orlando or plan and Dep.rtmn. ty 'KleHda. la C"r.- -I. ,', ()" _'ua.Uee.
city and Important town to h'ave ahowla's P.blleltyTo 'all af."cUen.-lri-two (11), Thir may be had on, application .llcton. ,It Is herebyordered that no- cattlewhich
amount assessed ______-*--U.IIU.08 ty-three' Thirty-four Thlr-- Order fee Cesistraettve jVervlee. ( shall embrace Bulls. Work Omen -'
; of the big III... Amount collected .__ 6SW2 'UI. ( t. Road Department at Tallahassee for .
-- ----- ty-ftve ( ) StearsLoCowswHelferand'Calves
Thirty-six ) all the )
; sum of fft.OO. :
This,lto 'be, Wltbeut. donbt, tae 8 In TOWNSHIP TW NTY-EJGHT Each and every bid must be A fERtCA. A RTURA 'IEH. shall be .rIY."t Transported or allow
gr.stwar\ picture' ever presented Balance to be collected n.__. 2,198.3 SOUTH OF JRANOR .THIRTY (8 a certified made. pay ed to In 'anV part of Osceola -.
Irmtnl tlesool ITo ( existing' the Laws
EAST ,. cAll Except untfr .
able to the the "
anywhere, five reels o( real pictures amount assessed. .,7__,--,$$16,188 of Lot Two (1) lying Wet of Road Department In the following State e. .of Florida Complainant vision 'fn\ Rules' and Re::: :

taken In France. It'was made for the Amount collected -----f__ 6,121.51Balance the public road .1 of Lots (8) amounts: VS.R. of the .Stock Saal.r '

and Four for the ...
pictorial history of .the world by the to be collected. ____ 11.0".(4fmm Southeastquarter(4), of that part Northwest of the all Certified work complete check accompanying 82.000.00.Certified bid on his wi.., and He M. STEEN. Defendants. of Contol In 8pr. .
TICk .
the eYe CU. ,
!!I Meheel l)l N. t .
By 'order of "- '
and .
United States Blfnal' Corps one quarter lying of public road, check accompanying on S
!To amount asi.ed$3,010.74 P't. TO H. M. STERN: STATE LIVE STOCK ,; f
and all that of the East half of brick'paving alone, .
of tbe'operators was killed' while !Amount collected _-___J_____ 950.78Balanje the .. CirtwJ all that check accompanying 53.000.00.Certlfled bid on You are hereby required to appearto I - -BOAIlpr. 8AITUtY. ?

cranking bill camera. It Is a story part of the. Southeast ourfrter.. lying and drainage structure alone, the bill of complaint .filed hereinagainst (Signed) W. A, cItAP1. President,
toi be collected2,080.01 West of the public road of Section $ r.dln. you In the above entitled 'It W. DeMrLLT. Secretary 1 .' '
it Jibe Americansoldier- from the Sab Befceal Dlst. N. 3. Lots 'I 1 cause, on or befdre the day of VActlns State' Veterinarian/ '
Six (6)) : Ons (1). Two (2). Three'I award be made on all oranypar HU '
__ ______ A, _
_. 1114.0 .
To amount assessed ADrlL D. 1812.'The Done
ot lila enlistment to the be ( 'at Tallahassee. Fla._ Marsh K:. '
dar day.; ( ) and (4). the Eat half of of the work said checkor .
-- -
.______., __ 16.07Balance I ,
collected ,
Amount KlsslmmeeValley Qas Is -- .; p
frtpt 1912.
reaches.Berlin., n-shows him In the !nltaptjkl. the >nBa* halt ch..ckof unsuccessful bidder, or bidders : '
--- .. hereby designated as the Effective APrlf1st. /1
the : ti..w. be held of
quarter half- to aa a guarantee entering n.w.papr
training camp: In tbe act of embarkation .-. : to be "collected, ___.-_ 1..1 of the ... quarterthe Southeast contract and furnishing required In which this order shall be -Copies, of Law. Rules and Resrula. '
Sub Hebeel I)l Me II '
; enjoying his soldier amusements I To amount assessed ____.____"'Ms..! quarter of the-'Southeast qusrter- bond or upon failure to do so to be once a>. week' for tout consecutiveweeks. tlons forwarded request 1.1t ,
the West half, of ..the.Northeastquarter used by the State of Florida a. llqul-
_ __ -
Undine at Brest Amount collected __ 1 h : tg-Tl WITNESS m hand and the seal of
an shipboard; bis ; the Southeast quarter. of' the 'dated. ) 1VOTICR OF RXBCVTOR*, :,
Northeast ,- s"reOA D. said .Court,. at_,Klse1mmeerOeceola -' (Fer Steal l>l rs>srsre>>tCesirt 4 i iIn
his training In France and about 1,000 Balance to be collected1,620.76. quarter- : all that part mPARTMEJ. Florida this 11th day of '
of the Northeast County' -
feet of the bluest nihtlnf known In aib- eiieel DI. No. B. : of'the Northeast . 11-lf. acJ. Mach A D.: 1919..I . e>( "...t. .. ; '
quarter lying of the
- To amount assessed .__.__$67.25 publlo ( /. . -.U
---- *
the createoDlll t. Amount .. 23.84BalaJice road of Section <7): the West I NOICE OF KXtBCUTORKer clerk Circuit OVERSREE. o State .1. ,- ;
collects! ------------- I I I ,, .
half of the I I
Tbe prints be distributed 8thwe.t jaAiartr the ( Vtmml Dlacaarge) Florid- '
to be. collected ,41.I1' Southeast tt. Southwestquarterall '' SEAL) By.'a H. la e.w. ', ,
---- j-- D. .
through the district," Aeadquaiters of fl... Sebeol Plat. N'.. .. that .part West halfof.the' I. . a f Cesisitr Jedse. OseeelaC LAND'S, FISH JUU.t c Notice 1* 11. whom'It

Federal Reserve DletrlctatAtlanta. To amount assessed _,________"115.10 quarter lying; , .. "..t... nerlea.Isi for may concern, the list day .
4 tb4)Bljth ( Amount collected __1______-_-- ls.ll.Balance of the pobllo-rOtftT111. that part of the 1. x* .tl.. H. C.I' .._.- 8.1ctor Cmplainan" of July A. D 111*. I shall apply to the; r
It,Is expected there willbe Northeast < quarter of 'the Southwest II I I ,Am-IOATlO : Honorable >)4urphr.'Judte of (.aldClurt. -.
an immediate demand for: the Alms, to, be collected 108.725p.l quarter lying West of the 'publt, .o; J Notice hereby given. to whom It: : a. of,Probate, for my fin "'
1 Head Ulat. No. 1. all that part of the Southeast may concern that on the 2th Jlay of as Executrix of the estate \ 't'
and that nblsrpntflotlomeaangW'wUl be To amount assessed Ii.IU-8: lying west of the -public *road of Sec SepteMber A. I). IIIIV wIll apply to NOTICE \ri HEREBY GIVEN That of James W. LJHr. deesased. and that ."
arranged for tn* ..howl8CofUle'-plo- Amount' collected ....--..-- 1,794.98 tion Bight (!>-$ the, West half of the the Honorable '1'. M. Murphy! Judgeof A. purchaser of Tak Certl- at the same time I will.prspent my flnal ._ '
Northeastquarter. rtie-_,'Southeast' said Court, a* Judge of hyobate,I C Srbird and has aec4>nnts as Executrix of said. estate, e
madeof .
ture In every town. Eloquent speaker Balance to be collected**_._ 1O,3177 qitartet of the Northeast for my final discharge. 'a* Ex.cUlrl. July; D. otfo died said Cerflcates . and. ask for their approvaL ' '
Northwest. ; the of the-estate of Lewis H. .. A Dated Febguary ITtlv A. D. 291$. 'r'
will be engaged to tell the story lp.'e'IaI Horns! -DI-fT'N.. 3. uartel and 221 dated the 1th dayepelleatlon ,
To amount assessed t-- $29,104.71 and all of the Northeastquarter ceased: and that at the same time J for tax to Issue In I f ALJCBWltD a, 4 '
01 the-Vlctory Loan and the.necessity Amount cbllecte ___-______ 6,814.22- of the Northeast quarter lying I will present final accounts as JCtecutrlx ;accordance with law 41..4 Certificates l-a-mo.-1-mos. . 1..culs
- ..vflirlsblng.. the Job." and It 1s expect- West of the public road, of Section of ."t'".t.t. and ask. embrace the deeerlbed' -.- 4

ed that "New Glory>(OPtel" Will5 bean Balance to be collected.2i.790.60. Rv.ntenUT: all of Section Nine- ,,I their Cpproval.Dated I ., situated rolowfg'. County, proper Flor NOTICE TO_ CHBDITORt." ,
Syeelsl Read DI... N. a. half or the, Northeast February 12th. 1919. -. tff-wti| ; _- -
important factor In slUng the Issue To amount assessed -16.111..1 quarter the Southeast quarter. of SARAH A COH : Lo4s number 111 and 114 ef the flemInole v- (. CeBrC ef *s. .... "

of Victory bonds., Amount. collected. -. -, ..4SBalance the quarter, Northeast, the .uarter.Uth naif the and Northwest all that U-o'A'm-6m. 'utr"fi Sub-division-Land and Jny..tmnt, Company's Township Ceesitr, State .i .. 0- ,w''I. '

to be collected --r-- 6,061.11 part of the Northeast quarter of the 1 NOTICE FOB BIDS. I RangeEast.. ,The said re Estate e( 'SylvVete* K. feteedi..

The Gazette wants a correspondentin Tick Rra. Northeast quarter. lying West of the Suthr assessed at the . of To all Cr.dlo. lea-atee, Distribu .
To amount. .assessed -_ $10,244.82 public: road of 8eton Twenty-one Notice for Bids for Municipal Bulk- .. said certificates In the tee .fd havlns;. Claims ,' in Osceola county. Amount collected! -..__I 1.450.7T ((21); the West the'Northwest hdln" Bonda Issue of 1919, to be !.. name of Unknown.. Unless said Certificates or Demands said Estate:. ,
Send in the,-it will help the quarter, the South half and all that CI! of Klnlmm. Flor.I shall foe redeemedaccording TOI and each a.Lna. hereby no-..?-.. ..
and will section before Balance' to be collected ----- 8,71.66 part of the North-.half of the Northeast Ida.. to law. tax deed will Issue thereon. on and required-to present any -
paper keep your Hard a..*. quarter lying West .of the pUblo. Notice I* heheby given that pursuant the. *th day of D. 191*. claims and dlmand."Whl"t you or either
the publ1.s <:. '. To amount assessed --_____.$15.855.TO road of Section renty-seven. ; to a Resolution adopted by the J.April: A of you the estate"
Amount collected_- 5.071. .11 of Sections Twenty-nine (28). Thirty Council of the City of Klsslmmee the Clerk 'Clr.ult Court L OVERTRJET. of Sylvester H. 'R*.. Cold Cans InfluenzalAZAAlVEBItOKO (S0), Thirty-one (21) and Thirty- Uth day of, Mardi, A. D. 1919, the Florida-, of Osoeola County. Florida,' to .the"un.
drill n4 Balance to be collected _?_ 30.777.64 three(31); the West halt of theNorthwest aid Council of tbl City of Kls'lmmea I6t. d..rsla-nd 'Administrator oC said ...tata 'r. .' a

!: QOnONE Tablets'etb. Dated *." -V&i&rflliW. quarter the Southeast. will receive. .. bid* for the purchase MASTER'S SAUB.In within one year tron t1ta date. ".rl .
J. I quarter of the Northwestqitftrter.. the of I97.SOOOO worth of six' per Dated February h.A' D 1512. ",9 I -- -
n.Ie only. oae "Bkono QnhnissPr Clerk' Circuit Court Qsceola County. Southwest qur.rl all that part of c.nt Municipal' Bond. at. the Clerk' Circuit .Court. Jqdola| QlrTnlt .-

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,;- IN TUESDAY NIGHT Osteopathlc P1I7dc aa. : .
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1_ New Telephone Subscribers ; 7(f Continued trom'Pag.: One))) Rooms t and' 10, State Beak Bid.--*--, ,' .
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to'fi'f: to
president of the body, and pledged Hours Y : 4.

his loyalty and support, in, all matters Other Hour .by Appointment..
all which in his opinion; will accrue v Office: Phone 16%, :$t.; ,, ' 7h
Kassitnmee asks that subscriber .
The Telephobs Company to the best Interests of Kissimmee.I 1
r the 'record of subscribers whose Jle stated that the council coulddo : 1
of the company keep following new -- --- 7' -- < : 74"
names and, numbers are not included in the current directory of.' the' very little without the sympathy and MOTIiERS-TEACl1ERSCLU9., :. 1
co-operation of the citizens of. Kis .
." company: y \ simmee and invited their aid and The meeting was held yesterday; .

'si. "'309-lVi.* Andrews Bill (Col.;1 ) ,_......__j;;..;.;__ _'...._-: Residence ,suggestions in -publicmailers.:. afternoon at .Mrs. Bart Bryan homeon '
228 Bass, Hudson Pressing: Club'',_...__!:: ..Darlingtor .Ave. )i' 'Upon befog! asked by PresidentFox Verona street.. ,Much interestnow -r..\ THE tfiitlVERSAI'CAp: ; T' '

218' ''Brown' Ri DeWitt. re..-. ...;..-___;,...__.*....:.:..Emrnelt St. 1- if he had any 'suggestions" to Which:, centers the Hub in; wll some do definite fof thtune work, _-!.* ip" -
make to the council, Mayor Steed instructed
162 'BuckmasteiV .1 Df, R. M., office _.,._..*.__SI.te"Bank.. BJdg. t ;stated that he had prepared 'a brief' j ji several 'months in connection with The Ford. Motor .Company" .

"30912.2. Green, Matties: (Col.,). __...,_..______. -__,...Residence. t ;i message/which he proceeded to read. the' --Children' Home Society of us to ell the genuine Ford"" any"andevery

.' ,,2SS-3 Jacobs! Mrs., res. '_-.?_'--.,.......--"----.--.Macey Nand ; I I The""message a splendid exposition Florida. A letter written .expressly d '

110'''t' Jones frank. Overland Garage i_____-..____Possiel Ave. x ''of the refers h ,pes to many and needs much,, of dslred pur city improvements Co Perhaps the club you, says ladies: -do'A: not r- know ,reliable Garage 'who will pjscjge" their use

__ .,..____ ______ ,____Mabbette St. .i land
217 McCullough. res. .._ ?: T- which it is hoped .the that we have a new Home in connec in the repair! of Ford cars. The genuine Ford ,
145 Milton E. A., Me t.Market _'______ _____Stewart Ave. ., new council: will push to a conclusion Lion with our.wark, known.-as the _

t 146-2 Morrey E. B.. rt.l. __....._________r:___:Orange Center 1 within the' next-year. It is printed-,,Children' Hoarding Home. We are Parts are absolutely -IIec tsary t to*"the owner of ,
146-6 Morrow. 'H. W. res.!: si{ _.-_ ___ Shingle: I jjn+ another! 'column' of .this\ issue. I providing: in this home for the children . .. J.
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j Before entering upon'! "the tranftac-I I of widowed mothers, who otherwise Ford cars that he may get full service front his
197 Partiif. rt O.. ret.I&t--:______.,-.." -Cape Br ] would be cpmpelJcdi' probably r
Lion of business, President Fox' read I i
". 209 Paulk Lane. res. _..:.-*.:._...:::____;...u--Mabbett .1 the rules -governing the deliberations to give up their.children permanent car. We carry: them .and so, we hope, in a short
' 121-2-2-1, Prescott, Jesse re..' I" _____i- _____*_____Shingle reek.1 |of the body, which he said were' in,!ly. We permit the' mothers to! pay I '

& 76 Schmidt, J. Co, res,> _______,.____________17 Possicl keeping with the.dignity of the council whatever they are able for the board mlLwjJ1.. every reliable Garage. We solicit your

, 2SS-4 Sfoane H. H., "fes.' J ______*________.:____Macey I enforced, and which or repealed.he thought He/should insisted be i':the pf the amount children may no matter be. Very how often small f 'service business because we have the Ford.Methods .

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{ 191-3 Smith. W. E.,, res. ;_ .- that each member when desiring to''these women are unable to providethe
66 Steed-. }.i rts. ._?-----------I 111 I South Clyde:: Ave. l address the body should first rise to clothing: tot their children. For the Ford Parts-the Ford Mechanics and I'i

-. KISSIMMEE TELEPHONE COMPANYBy ------- 'this feet and be recognized by the Instance we have eight tiny babies f
,i |chair. This rule was enforced our nursery, and in practically every the Ford prices Incidentally would be glad to ,
Inez Carson. - .f throughout the meeting and caused case our society is furnishing all of

,, cohsidrable merriment among tho the clothing. We have fifty childrenin get your order for one or more Ford, cars. :",
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spectators when some of the members -j the Home; from tiny! babies to '
---- ----- ... -"-- -- tried to get !by without observing )I girls_and-boys!! of foOTteen years and ,
it. and Were called'. to order by, ,,we .will be dt'lIghted'-lf- ladies OSCEOLA MOTOR CO.
the president.President' I should be willing to make up clothing
| Fox announced that the for these children and in this
Osceola Hardware Co. first order of business was fixing the ,, way assist our society in keeping the AUTHORIZED AGENTS. {
r*. salaries and bonds of officials for right kind of mothers and their chil-

the ensuing year and filling the ap- ,dren together. 307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEE... FLA. \
pointive positions. The list was j Now that the summer months are a ,
.. taken up in order and each office |I coming on we can use almost an unlimited
i Located on Kissi 1 mincersBUSIEST clothingfor I. 1
considered separately, the sal supply of summer 7
CORNER aries of the mayor, clerk, treasurer, ; babies rompers for children: from 1
.. five and other clothingfor
city attorney and night policeman two to ,
being fixed at the .name amount us older boys and 'girls. Perhaps you 1
last f-ear. The marshal's alary was. '; Indies ran get some donations of materials 1
raised; from $90 to $100 a month Drill J from some of your merchants
ic '-<<. '; SISSKitchen: ; I h CabinetsNothing b..i. he was given the additional dutil-s und make up clothing for the chil BANKBOOK YOUR 7. i
.., .. , ": ., of street; Buperintendent. - I ICompeiiHatiQn" dren.
for members of the i j Assuring: you that there is'nothing :; : '4
|council were allowed to remain the 'I in the way of children's clothing thatwe fl ESP .
t : housekeep: i,8allas last year. | cannot make good use of and 1 ( ",1
saves a
II I -. i The appointive offices were then ,II hoping that ;you ladies; will be willing ..
ka ers' lime and labor more taken up and Lewis O'Bryan was unanimously to do some regular work for us PRIEN
n than a Hoosier Cabinet. We I re-elected to serve as city making these articles, I am, Yours : !& 1' !
lntorney'for the ensuing year at the I for the "Victory Loan," Lj ,
+ii,"' have just gotten 'in a lot of same salary. J. !M. Willson was MARCUS C.. FAGG "' j

: new ones of (he most l approved ' elected water and light' collector to State Superintendent.An ; \l ,
I I succeed A. K.: Thomas. who resignedthe I the Mothers Club is preeminently r i;
,' .and latest styles. position April: 1st, at the same interested in whatever pertains t
j They rang in finish from a salary I paid Mr. Thomus. !to child tvelfare. the cluh will most
d J 1 Mayor Steed was asked for his appointment heartily do with its might. for the
; t beautiful light oak to a of a !night policeman and Home society.

r white enamel.. Kitchen work named ThutcKe/ Johnson. This posi-i I It Friends are cordially invited to
ion heretofore has been held ,by, !
is..a continuous' joy with join in the work. r'j. ) jl"I
rfu I } : Floyd Tyson.A. I Mrs. W. J. Fripp Cor. Secy. "'" i
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l such accessones as- these. J. MacDonough was retained a< I t J _
w 'city engineer under' the same terms PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES I II
and conditions that he was employedby
LEA TH.. '-NU the former council viz: to do only I The services at this church will be
What Mattersif .
I begun Sunday as .follows: (By'new
such work as is ordered by council
We are selling'a splendid \mew preparation for l the renewing of his compensation to- be 5 per cent on time).

Automobile and Carriage Upholstery, and for all leather and metal ,on contract work and all other work (Preaching, 12 noon and 8:30: p. m.

( -tarts. It is called LEATH-R-NU, and it is well named because. it ion' a per diem basis. I At the congregational meeting last on earth turns from you, if you have a bank book?
makes all old leather goods look as good It dries in a few f j Sam L. Lupfer was retained as Sunday Albert E. Bearden was reelected -
under the conditions'as [ -Elder and Trustee for a term
.Are chief same '
minutes so hard that it wont stick to a fat man on a hot day and with the former "council. ['of three years. He was also elected IT, AND ALL IT REPRESENTS, WILL STICK .
that's going some. I : A resolution transferring all work treasurer for this year. - .
connected with the flushing- of the I Cottage prayer meetings have been -TO YOU THROUGH THICK AND THIN
I . I YOU sewera from the 'water and light department held this week-Monday night at -I
to the street departmentwas Mrs. M. C. Bandy's.
But people don't generally turn from the/man .
::0 Uncle Sam has been monkeying with the clocks again until a presented by Councilman Floyd, at Mrs. J. W. Miller's and Thursday '

fellow going to',j wn in the morning is liable to meet himself coming and unanimously passed -_ (night at- Mrs. E. A. Russell's. Tonight He ha .confidence in himself, Lie nidependtoce and integrity
k home dinner. We sell four kinds of clocks and all An ordinance repealing Section 36 it will beat_ Mrs. Herzberg's.
to guaranteed ,
.are of the revised ordinances with "refer Those attendin these services are command the respect,'-which he invariably receive
to keep up with, the new time if started right. ence to the city clerk acting as water being heartily edified as evidenced by

-' .. and light collector was read a first their many expresaiohs of interest_._ : .. ... START".A-BANJUACCOUNT.,HERE-'-- -- ..
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+ : GASHUM AND SUSETTEr and second' timeand passed by unanimous < and 'commendations" .
9; consent. The Abject of these meetins ,lis to- AT ONCE' '.. IT WILL .PAY Cv -
For hav6'not heard from Gaskum and Siie YOU "
some rcasbn we tte Council adjourned to meet in adjourned deepen the, spiritual life and quicken w, .., '
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this week. be We will and word "' /,; ; L
Something must wrong. try get session next Tuesday night. interest in those attending in behalfOf ; '
from them by-iv xt issue. '--. --- religious-prog'rese-In-this-* . "

: ; TIME-'TO MAKE MERRY munity. It is a noticeable and lamentable STATE BANKOFKISSIMMEE '

; r On Saturday evening, April 12th, fact that "raany people in the y yL
r>, there'will be an old fashioned lawn community are..wholly lacking in interest _
OscoolaHardware in matters, and
Co. party on the Htfrt Memorial lawn. religious a
is desired and
toe cream, with old fashioned home great awakening .
made cake (made by granddaughters) sought.
+ -.. If such a motive appeals to you,
will be served. There will be lemonade .- =
,7.r r N ,- ... 1 pink and white taffy. join us in this important work. -.

Come meet youfslsters, cousins '
,4 ....., MEETS"MONDAY AFTERNOON be resplendent, the lawn attractively 11:00 a. m., Sunday School, Mr. :J. .
r arranged with seats and small tables L. Overstreet, superintendent.
Sunday, April 6th> ;-Fifth Sunday in !
i The-home--demonBtretlon.-club will Lent. and all of your frienfll will be there. 12:00 a. m., Preihine-by-the pas 'of6een-aad Directors
: :
proceeds to funds from this tor.
ry hold' the April. meeting at the home Adult 11:00,8.() Bible m.Class.Sunday School: and money-making will go to the -sup- 3:00 p. m., Junior League Miss C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY. V-P.. +,

demonstration' kitchen Monday afternoon port-o a war orphan which the W. Hopson manager. J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier -
at 3:30 'o'clock. The 12:00 a. m., morning prayer. L. C. T. U. has adopted. 7:30 p. m., Epworth 'League, Miss *
A. Hamilton, Es q. Subject: "Pro Child -wlf are ie the slogan of the, Cecilia Overstreet, president. N. B. CARSON, M. KAT, a aS
Yyr for. discussion.will be milk and I egg gress in' the- Divine Life." day with Kissimmee 8:30 the. '
the :, women. p. m., Preachmg'.by pas C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING f
i products and demonstrations fpr 8:00 p. m., evening prayer, L. jV. Committee: '
) the afternoon'will: along that line. Hamilton. Esq. .'Subject: "Abiding Mrs. W. .J. Fripp Mrs; J. Z. Rob- tor.Preaching at Shingle. Creek Sun- N. C. BRYAN E. L. LESLEY, t

The public' generally is invited ,to attend . Christ.; " I eraon Mrs; J. R. Bronson, Mrs. day at 4:00: p. m'. J. WADE TUCKER, Directors r
this,, sealln.$ :*_' All cordially. invited. Breaker, and Mrs J. W. Brown. R. P. HODNETT.. Pastor ,
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r'4' : : ,- '' :". :" '' .' : -;--,. ..ifY:: resulted in the death of an untold ,." /I I
\ :' 'umber of our strongest young men. -
.. ( ''; I'y.. : h ,.... Mr. Canon asked the question: ; .
." a J .. ,c, -, . Did any man doubt that the -forty > Y
.. '' billions of dollars would have been ;> s.tdv :
: : provided if till war had continued? ;* R. .r 1 '

: B inesfTT XLBthFT1 kfI. Is it pot better to speed up and conclude :kk .. .. .
.. USl the war in 1918. even at the ;kK '

expense of exhorbitant prices, rather :I 'I. "
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: t than by' delay, ; continue' the wart for ; -' I S. .
: e Every man should have a 'Bank'Account with, 'the Citizen ... one or two years, longer with; the ; . : .
:4 4 young tremendous-sacrifice'' of money and : : -- .
Bank. When lie" embark in business :' that would have been ? '
man need'rthe' assistance of men necessary -
:-He referred to the ships..practical F Groceries and '
a Bank. He need it in many way la order to secure that ai.isri ly bridging the ocean C8JZ"Y1'g'250.,- : --, aFresh

; w tance the Bank, muiLjtnow the man. A young min can open an -- the 000 millions men" per of montJl-oto-t.ront.tonsof, provisions, the to :K .

TA ( ''account at the,Citizen. Bank with a small amount:' He.can learn manufacture of 'gun, 'ammunition' ;>. .
r; airblanes, the carrying :forward of Meats
aT i j banking 'habit and we can become- acquainted. When' that young :. railroad engines 'and Jean, t6 the ac? : '
e tual building of railroads :four to five _
u e t man. enlace.. -in business,_ we (ball be glad to do. all .in..:our J power -: '. hundred miles long in France. in ; ...- 5----- -- -- -i-r-1Phone -.-. '---, ---
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for him. . ;" ,1' many cases being a four track rail : -
. + r'tK' road. lie referred to the fact that ; -
--------. ,.J bridges had been completed and were -

tK' .' A Bank Book b the best bntiae .' just ready to be thrown across the ;
Rhine or other river when. the ; 176
any 302 -
? e :Text Book'a _- -, time Broadway
f yerug mm can tndy. : : came. .
- That mistake havE been .made-and ...... ""
some expenditures were excessivewas .i-J.\
inevitable because of the "
; speed ,
Citizens BankKISSIMMEE : necessary, and speed won the war, -- J' -_ .'"

'v '" stneanamaetr DEPOSITS closed would it-a have, year been or two closed earlier, thereby thanit .' u'o. ooo ooooOOO.tOO'u. OOOOOOOO'u- u.oo..oooo'oo _, ,

.. i saving billions of dollars of I

;ti, ,; :,_'! T QF : . INSURED .J and millions of lives. lend them a few dollar with the best throughout the country. During 'th*) fe
-' Now let all the people be ecurity'in the world, for which they last rive it is estimated,
4,',. ', .. : ', ', Tie bank with tkeal ilit7 atidNfBirga "- -- ,, and try to help the g ; mone'l will pay interest. The government million people bought: bonda.twenty-one Leta f"
Its debts.. The government especially desires these bonds
, '. ": ;.e.. tolEI\VE. to 'be make H more this time. Left do tar.I ;
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'- J. -t. ., I asking a donation, but asking' placed Ip a. many homes as possible ,foil share, -- P,

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