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 11, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00902
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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I ; The Kissimmee Board of :Trade: .ing those bodies to )jointly engage a At, the 'adjourned meeting 'of'' the. purpose, passed a' reaolutlon.'without': _
'. met in regular session Friday flight man to 'keep the brick streets and city 'councITtast Tuesday night, a : a dissenting "vote requesting your
and 'a goodly number was in attendance j roads in good condition, The committee large number of Citizen and honorable body to,call-an election to ;
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+ Stanford called named to this pay ,
S when "Prelid perform service authorize the issuance of street "
paving
the meeting. order.' I was J. McPhatter-- S. L. Lupfer, and era were present to hear the' recom. notes to provide for that part' of ..
In common with other meetings of A. J, MacDonough; merdatlons of the special board of the cost of construction of certain .' ..
.;, .the organization important matters I While the county roads were under trad'pavl -and drainage committee treets within our city which must be/
.\;.. came up for consideration, among I[discussion considerable time was de- I 'and see what disposition" would be paid for by the city at- large, and.
them was a communicatiew-froin A. voted to the damage which'was being .madetof it by' the council. which, said streets .are *as follows:.
H. Perry, stating he would visit :the''done to-the hard surface loads by*the The. recommendations: of the-soil.mittee Clay street, from city limits to,.
city soon In the Interest of opening heavy truck. which are',, constantly s.1.r were read by City Clerk J; R. Bermuda street. .
a business school here. I testing tires for the Urited States Gilbert, and ''PresidentFox: ; stated Bermuda street, between, Clay '
A communication from the U. S: Tire Co. A. S. Nelson, Si.mJL.: Lup that the properprocedure ;Avas to street and :Penfleld street ,
; Fisheries.at Batlockville, Ga., was fer and A Akerman, wej-e appointedto refer the'matter to the' street cOm- Penfleld street betweea Bermuda .' ,
II read stating that we would receive draw up' a telegram setting' forth mittee for its consideration and, .ac. street,, and Clyde avenue. '
'J a supply of black ass! in from 30 toSIO.daya. I these facts and send to the company, tion. This motion was /made,, duly Clyde avenue, between Emmett
...' (protesting J against the present usage. seconded and 'carried. street and Mabbette street.
: A communication was relict from |I Possibly no feature of the meeting The. matter came up again later in : Mabbette street. Stewart Jo. Bes'.a & I
the Board of Trado at Crescent City ,so strongly indicated the interest the vform 'of a resolution by Council mud. .. (
e relative to the matter of our legislature which is felt in the work of the} board man Taylor, the resolution calling for Church street Mabbette street to
passing such laws as would enable '''of trade more plainly than the secre- .. ', ,- . an election'of :the freeholders to determine Main. ,
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,i our state to receiye the proffered tary'.' monthly report, which state Federal Aid for hard surfaced roads. |,[that eighty-two members had ": promissory notes in. the'sum of Vine street, A. C. L, R. R. to city .
In connection with the subject Pres- dues for the past month. $35000 to pay for ita share of the limits.
i Went Stanford reported that he with |I The regular meeting will conveneat THANKSGIVIiVfl.RA paving and $10.000 for drainage. ,Mr. Neptune street, from Broadway .to
''' Day ton a_ and was assured that Kis- new time has gone into effect. resolution. With the- permission of Stewart avenue; Mabbette to the G
simmee vtould be on.the state high-1 I FOR SOLDIERS AND SAILORSThe 'the council, W. B. Crawford, chairman lake. ' ,
way from Jacksonville to Tampa. A OSCEOLA SHIPPERS' RECEIVE of the board Of trade committee, Vernon street, from Mabbette to
[ resolution blank furnished by the ',:took the floor and spoke in favor of the lake.
: Crescent City board of trade was I 'BIG PRICE FOR VEGETABLES I I Ministerial:Association is sponsor ; Elizabeth Aultman. and Mrs VernaEllis. ,the'""resolution. He stated that the Ruby- street., electric' p tent to the. ,
then read, calling on our senator. for the movement to welcome the .. I!rec4mmeridatlons: of. the committee lake. "4 s
representatives to support ther The growers who have overcome returned Osceola county soldiers and Invitation-- Carson Farmer chairman -!>na<*--been--published in the Gazette two The engineer's estimate -for the '
! 'sv state highway legislation and also to the obstacles in the path of raising sailors who have served their coun-', ; Miss Helen Bass and Mrs. E. E. ,weeks ago, and the public had been above paving, including fifteen percent
i abolish the convict lease system. i vegetables are wearing smiling faces try at home or abroad. Wells. notified that the council would be for contingencies and engineers
1 t.;: The meeting went on record favorIng these days, for their crop is selling i I| The thought has been suggested on I Refreshments-Mrs. J. D.Jeffords. a&ked-to--eonaider---th.1t ltl at-"eOsHa-within-76; .and-. ..iittir
both movements, and f cretary for a record price' and. reaping thema several occasions but as many of our chairman; Mrs H. M. Breaker arid this meeting. lie thought that if ,less than two-thirds of this amount +
J f Lupfer was instructed to fi/: out the golden harvest. boys had not yet been discharged it Mrs J. W. Miller. I,there were any objectorsto the proposed -i will be paid by the property owners*
,-, blanks with the name of tM f rganlr i|I Beans and cabbage are the crops was considered best to defer the cel- / Finance-Verna Ellis, chairman; improvements they should be I I As it is necessary for the city to pay t ,
nation; and forward to Representative given the ''greatest attention and ebration to some later date. S. L. Lupfer, Jr., "and W. B. Crawford present and present their objectionsto i for all street intersections and one- '
: ." N. C. Bryan, at Tallahassee.A Messrs. Light ley and Anderson are I I I A general plan, began to crystsliie!_ ." ' ,' the council He believed that all I(third of. the cost of. paving it has
''j number of projects which are be- buying practically 'all. that is being this week and a committee was ap- I I To 'the program and invitation were familiar with the proposition been estimated that in order to be ''s
ing worked on.by the board of trade brought in here. This week green pointed from each church to meet at committee was assigned the task of and In his opinion the people should(clearly within'' the necessary figures '
.. were mentioned at this meeting but .beans brought the growers $4.00 per the First Baptist church and decideon I deciding upon the date of the celebration be given the privilege of voting on. that the city-should .issue notes for .
the chairman asked for more time hamper f. o. b. Kissimmee, and cabbage the details of the welcom Miss and they have fixed the date ,it with as little delay as possible. I $36,000.00 'for covering that part of
." before making report. This was true is now king, for this hunble Inez Carson was named chairman of for Tuesday, April 22, at 8:30 p. m. I| A general discussion followed. in the cost to be borne by the.clt,... ;
J'-j,i of the drainage: committee, represented vegetable has soared to $6 per crate, this committee with Carson Farmer( It will be held at the First Baptist I j'which\ some one suggested that anothi The Board of Trade requested
r. by S. B. Aultman: the Auto the highest- price ever paid in the secretary, and the following committees 'church and will begin with a thanksgiving 'er adjourned meeting of the council be me to advise the Council,that It has
Park represented by J./OWt-Phatter, history of Kissimmee, so the commission appointed: service with a warm welcometo held Friday night, and in the mean- unanimously) moved recommend to
;- and the membership cjmimi tee represented men say. |I Reception-Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer, the boys from the home people time petitions be circulated among the this' Council the issuance of ..promissory
,l' by A. S. Nt .on. I I I Mea 1'1. Lightsey and' Anderson 'chairman; Mrs. E. E. Wells Mrs. C.land, a. response fHom one of their property oWi\en' living on the streets : notes for a sum not exceeding
W. B. Crawford, chairman of the shlppydy some five hundred hampersof H. Summers, MisS.. Ethyl Roberson. number. In fact it is hope that the proposed to be paved-. and presented 'i I$10,000,00 to p vide an adequate
f 1,!. street committee, reported) his committee bVtnsNiHi ie{ week bought fro mth Miss Maude, Alice Wagner, Mrs. S. boys Will do the most of the talking at that'meeting.. This suggestion damage system for the city, and that ,
ready to report to the city farms of JUessrs. King, Hansen and L. Lupfer, Mrs. fr: B. Falls, Mrs. |on that evening, and singing, too, met the approval of the council and I both the street paving and the drainage sr
.council at the Tuesday evening meetIng Diiger.! Sanderson, Miss Ethel .Gilbert, Miss for that matter. upon motion was so ordered, the ad- propositions be submitted to the ;
and would ask for immediate Elizabeth Dofiegan' Miss Lucy With-| At-the close of this feature of the option 'Of Mr.; Taylor's resolution be electors at the earliest practical time.
'consideration of -their important I "IG .TIMBER DEAL. erspoon. Miss Grace Nelson Miss program a general recepton will take! .ing lost.for want of a second. '', *. -...On behalf}of. the Board of Trade I
.easure. I Kathleen Bearden, Mrs. S. II. Bullock place when refreshments will add to'I'|I Following are tire recommends, wish Ao state that full opportunity ,
r--. -Ai -polflt-oftur-rneednsr} thi]1.'Q;" matter of better drainage: Tor the entire agent for Creelman;: &: Clifford,large Trees, and Miss Florence Trees I All Osceola county soldiers and i tee: 'I these questions, a description of
s city was Drought up and after lumber manufacturers of High Point, Program-Mrs. If. C. Stanford,' sailors are-...ked to be honor ,guestson I I I. Kissimmee, Fla., April 8. 1919.,the streets proposed tobe' paved hay> 'k3 ,.
," consideration it was decided- that the N. C-, and Georgetown i B, C,. recently Chairman; D. G. Wagner H. M. Katz, tide evening and it is desired that To' the Honorable Members of the .Ing been published nearly two -weeks
drainage: committee"ehouU Isd"prs- ISurchasecPror ,he above named City Council Of Kissimmee, Fla. sago| and J
J. S Cadel Rev. O. B. Falls, Miss they appear in uniform. I respectfully request that,
:; ent their report to the city council firm, 87,000 acres of land located In *. Gentlemen:,--On behalf of the Kissiraimse the- Council take Immediate action
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-e:-- Tuesday'night in orderthat one Polk county. The consideration was : Board of.Tnde,1..Yespectful.-upontihe suggestions( herein'contain..Jw> >
election could cover both projects. $150,000, and the tract consists "of GiOVERNOR'S'lVIESSAGETallahassee 'j ly- requestthe- privilege of reporting ed from the Kissimmee Board of. -> ,,.e. aol
A motion was carried that a com- both pine and cypress. We under- i to you that the said Board of Trade Trade. 'J': }1 r.
., ritittee confer with the county come. stand Messrs. Creelman and Clifford at a recent meeting and after a full I I Respectfully submitted .
missioners Monday, and the city intend to put,in a mill and saw up ,. April 8.-Lnwrrtakcrsat training and who by 1'e1110Q' of their and thorough investigation by a special J w- B.-CRAWFORD; -
council at. the regular meeting, urg..the lumber. noon today received: the message age. would not now undertake them. committee appointed for that For the Kisslmrnee Board .of Trade .;; ..
I from the governor'soffice, lengthy I More and ; taxation laws. --
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-:' document; which was heard with the I I.I Franchise tax on out-of-stajs; corporations
: closest attention. While the' general. doing .business in:. Florida. : ,
f BIDS ASKED FOR BUILDING! : j and leading features were no secret,.1 I. Inheritance tax. .. ' '. OVERHAUL CHARGES 'ARE :
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still the reading of the text: wars income tax upon persons whose
heard, as the official opening of wht'yearly"income exceeds $3,600.. .
is calculated to. be ,he. busiest' session Law repealing statute permitting'
'L THIRTEEN -DIPPING VATS of the legislature in'the history physicians und- doctors,, to prescribe : GRANTED ROAD CONTRACTORSThe
t" :of. the state. Some 6fth featdres-,liquor for treat iitnt''"patients ahd. -
which are outstanding the bien- sales by nial message are as fellows: || Increase in tho umber_ of assistants --
the Board of notice in the : warningthe I What the Government Recommends. in state auditor'. office' vexed question of the ) \ NI
i At the meeting of run a paper II overh'aul der, and if the letter would bind the
Ezra ''public that drivingover Means for employment of return-I Additional member on supreme on basic material for the
County: Commissioners Monday, any .person St. Cloudfelbflurne commissioners in any way, it would,
.- Stewart. succeeded in getting a rebateof public roads before they were ,;ing .soldiers who find themselves jobless -t court bench. or law,empowering"aupr'eme'courttosummon > Highway was settled at be Impossible'for them to tell whether
three sections, of the declared the Road Superin- _. : ;; circuit ji:l11II !&!- the board on' 'The
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$61XX> on open I meeting Monday, _or not:llhe bid .made_ by.the _eonractlng -_
State for arrivingat ,' whose docket are light, to assist
budget oys.tem
sShaker lands which had been left oft i teudeut would be prosecuted to the ) contractorshavee claimed .anov.rhauJcharge ; ' compeny-for the bonds, was..,,.-,.. ". '
'' in the
ti the books in' 1917 and double assess. 'fullest extent of the l_. ,' legislative appropriation. clearing up .business, when of on..cent'per cubic yard of the best bid. Further the law' -.
eelfor 1918. the difference being: the :I I Tax Collector; C. L. Bandy was re State Efficiency board or second occasion demands. material moved for each 100 lineal that the bid for the work could provided 'y';' ,
better look Increase I pensions for soldiers.
; increase on account of the extra taxI quested to appear, before the board board of control -to I feet over a on.- n. hauL only be accepted >when the contract Y ",
I; 2 levied_on Special Road-and Bridge'and was a.ked-to keep-U.- tax book the" needs kf the state after Privilege tax: on large areas of Pat Johnston attorney for the nice, for such work"'does not'exceed' "
education lands held
r District No. 2. This question'was i[lopen lintil May 1st. ;lie decjlaed to Extension, of of for speculative. purposes ward, who had. been instructed to .he'estimated amount' voted Cor' at t,
,: first referred to the Comptroller for,,do so and gave as his reason that a the university cf Florida by use purely. -'. .. give an opinion on the matter pro- the 'apeclal election.' Therefore there 1wass
': :*..pprovaU'>> '' but he notified. the 'clerk !I InumBerv( people had'-already paid the mails to train grown men in rural I (Ce.b.wed ei Page &.) , ceded to read out his conclusions. He -notblnlf.lao,far-as that as the state assessment was the their taxes by April 1st, and that it communities- have. - . had. ---no'---college------ -- -------- said -in/part, that he had examined it the'records or' the -contract"by
1x.. name for both years the matter I][was not fair to them if ,the -county tba minutes ,In regard to It and found which' the commissioners could dsv
:should..be left to the discretion of the had to pay Interest on borrowed money T TTQ'EXPERIENCED'HOTEL tbeyere'notas; full as they might termine. with'this' condition- attached
county authorities.-! | .to, help a certain land company GRAYSTONE :MAY BE Mf o' be, and ,,it,waa, hard to determine whether the bid for; thework-. came
f The Consolidated Land Company ,by keeping the books open until May : -the"commissioners t '''considered within the bond issue. He bad failed
i has offered to deed the right of way let. That closing tbe books on April tbe.time the contract was let.The to ,find any.recordwhatever of i the'
on all "public roads through theirlands I IBth,: would just give him, time to intention of the contracting company I Alabama company's) bid on the work.
;r If the county commissioners make his report to the Comptroller. : seemed to'' be based on si letter' which '(Thiswas'the other bidder). That the '
av ill put up cattle guards at the gates. I the first Monday in July. MAN contained this sentence "Any additional 'I original contract "aa, withdrawn and
1 ,i It is also suggested that the guardsbe f H. A. Hunter made a propositionfor .. haul to be paid for at the rate anew contract filed 'n..I,. "JRontb. +,
painted white which will probably -the board to do apme drainage I of.one cent'per cubic yard ;;-.tor" each after the bonds were sold. ,
be ; I work northwest of town'' in sections J one: hundred lineal feet, or 52.8 cats j -The '-contact, did'not .Mention, yp
Dr. Weaver, who has come here 6 and 7. He stated that these lands Arthur E. Donegan appeared before -|the fact that hew machinery had been per mile for each cubic yard of ma. the overhauL, In view of these facts /
1 from Pasco. county to take M. M. I were being injured by the'water from the-city council(, last Tuesday ordered for the plant costing several tonal for any-additional haul." However and others, "whlclx he touched ,upon ry
Javens* position 'as- county agent, the Taft drainage district coming night and askd for- a two-thirds reduction thousand; dollars by the former coun- ,this letter,wu never signed but It was impossible v for him" to state
made an interesting talk before the i that way and'that the situation was in the amount of back taxes cJL; He said some of thla,machinerY was recorded in the minutes.. He did absolutely- .to the-,llablllty of, the ,:0\,
board on Monday. Her said that he serious. He stated that he would standing against the. hotel property.In was aoy In transit'and' that the balance not think,the commla.ione.hadanY'' county. .However'," he thought'' ",the ':
+ had ogaiflied a co-operative dairy. In pledge the right of way and.-cohtrib- I making his request Mr. Done would be shipped in a short authority: accept either bid' made safest policy.'for the' commissioners
Pasco county and'that they were now ute from $3000''to''' $5000 left over gan recited the fact that the hotel time. He, stated that the plant had by, the contracting; company under to take was to.refuse to pay for theoverhaul
r milking 160 cow. He also said that' from theTaft drainage work. He has been in litigation for some time, reached its capacity and-this "machin-r thi.)..letter, as the law. provided that and to retract, the resolution
it was now being more clearly shown was--unable to give th figures as and that the city holds tax certlflr ery waa.necessary if any further expansion efore. the contract for the work could passed\ 'by the board at their,
that the profits on farms was being his engineer had mistaken the date cater against'.the property 'amount-. ( was to be made; that the for be ,let, the bonds must be sold, and I regular meeting In January: ; '"
t -made- ..uby of; waste materiel whichin of the board meeting,but at the next ing to over twentynlne hundred dollars. mer' council'had arranged for financing I sold to the...,highest responsible-' C. A.' Carson then made a state r
many eases was and is thrown meeting he',would appear'armed'- He stated that ardeal was pend- the deal, but this had been disarranged . '"" ment to the. board and reviewed the'
away. In this connection he especially all the plans and figures,.necessaryto ing to sell the hotel'and that it was by the election of a practically whole matter 'from, start-to finish,r i 4ib4i
urged the use of compost for fertilizer explain the project. necessary for all parties' interestedto new council, and some o.ther arrangement )JUDGE J J. sL CANDLER He said it had been referred'to the '
farmers and stockmen.: Upon! 'request .of Road Superintendent make concessions in order to carry would have-to-be made to State Road' Department, 'whl h/ had k
'' Sri bL'tke ealled the board's attention L: R.. Farmer, his salary was through. i The litigants, he said, meet the payments when they came consented to the payment of the extra
to the fact 'that the Orlando. relied .$26.00 per ,month he having had gotten togetherand; had agreedon ? SPEAK HERE. 'SUNDAY charge; with'the recommendation', I.:...
road ,was in need of repairs. Com- explained that he'was doing his own all other matters and' it would be duteaident Fox aai' the 1 council that, the commissioners no fur- .! ,
"+ missioner" Mach stated that this road engineering work now the. regular necessary f6r- the city to make this could not legally contract debts unless V ther changes in the existing contract. J.
;, was to be kept Id shape by the State engineer"having raitr concession to". put the ideal l through. the money. was in sight with.which to ,Judge John Si Candlet; of. Atlanta- He said that the Bonding'eompany J; ;t

Road Department" he had been 44044 + e. 00 oV < If the council agreed, to, the'reduction pay them and that new-council one of the most distinguished.jurist* was -not averse to this payment, j, 1.
_Inform edj hat'; the work".bdalready' 0 0 he stated that a check for one i could ,J>ot> be held responsible,, for .which fact was corroborated by'Mr.
r been eornn\eneed.: thousand-dollarstwould bejtarnedover "" debts old council of Georgia and 'a' brother of: Bishop Love, a representative of the.company. --, '
7 Road Superintendent L. R; Farmer BO RD OF TRADE. 4 to the city tar collector at oftcex, under, se'FSDditLons. Warren Candler will speak at tbetfethodist'chureb who was present. summing. ... '- a
reported-, the.ljoard, that the new 0 4 Mr. Donegan statedthat the pro>-I Mr..Taylor' explained that the former : : next. Sund ,."at IS up the matter Mr. Carson .Iald'th""
brick seed through the. Fish( Lake 0 All members of the boardtrade 4 erty was being purchased by an ex-. council .figured that the city'was o'clock.. and,attain 'in: the-vening at he was, sure that when thecontrols'sioners
Marsh,, which .he was; I\ow completing + are 'requested to be at ffte + perienced'hotel man. who," If'the. deal manythousands of .dollan..behlnd 8:30., His ..Trilbe .th. "Cen signed the' eontrsrt: tb.x.J; !$din
,' had ben damaged last 'week by 0 council meetmg tonight at :30' 4 was consumm&ted,.would toro to work with the plant for 118e'of' Hghlr and. 'subject """" mind the'overhaul charge,, ,aniT '
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,t' ome"party ,driving 'over ,it'.with "a immediately' to make thf necessaryalterations water.Tor city purposes and .that tho tenary Movment- urged them to allow it. "
".. horse and buggy before the' grouting 0 when the matte of itreet paving and repairs iAjjutth*.ho- former, council proposed to collect Judge' candle' had beer invited After some discussion the board';
,Material had dried. He-stated 'that O, will come up foj& tnal| *c- tel in first class condltionTBrnext this from the city funds and pay for todolrver an address at a Centenary; voted to pay the extra' am unt. -
.:;:-nx it-would take several "days to -determine . 4 winter's business. the new equipment that, way. The banquet to be' held tn .Orlando Satur- This 'discussion"developed the faCt Y
y : the amount, ofdamage .done,' ,'If.fte .hour" is i>ot too late V* The council referred'the request to matter was. finally referred to the day 'night,, and Rer. R. F. HodnettprevaUed thatafter the bond money Is spent fa
but it: might: corn. to 81,000over.. Elder, Hil- there will still be a 'IIP'of 5U miles":"
0 short session of heboard will the committee onflnance and taxation light and water committee.for action.; upon presiding '; & rl
;; ;.:, Mn. Farmer said that he' was having.av. ; to report back, at:.the next meets A bill from .'A. J. MacDonough, barn' to arrange for hia coming hereon'Sunday. be paved. However, Mr. Carson>
;, great deal of tronbleVinkeeping be held after-council djourns 4 amounting to $300 for preliminary "Kissimmee is fortunatein that in his-oplnion, the State
people (Off the new roads before-they .0 f 4 *Jr. Taylor"- the only remaining work .on the bulkhead 'improvemen' securing so distinguished a speaker Department will rive ,substan-\,
were ready for travel,in spite of the. 0 *S..X.\SUPFER' Secy. member of the former council, and was ordered paid outof the generafund.to and it la hoped a'large congregation 110 help towards the building of this
various flags and signals used. the flv chairman. of the water and ..be reimbursed whip the ,will turn out to hear him both ap. and tnigttt finish it without a

-. Cleric Overstreet" . was.instructed"to ,light tfommitteej called attention. :tot bulkhead bond money was..available. morningand evening"s expense to: the district ""

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. V- SURE RELIEF
L All My, KitchenWorries: -- BRINGS
Tallahassee,' March 27.Goverpqr r'' "'Enf rcement of the statute under ..... n..i. Tad
l. C ttshas giy 'the For 109 ,. .r* GOT.D MEDAL Haarlem' lulei are the remedy you .
n sheriffs a
the the law like other
\\ of criminal laws of I L Oil baa .nabled suffering humanity ttje or four every da.y. Th. "..u,.
state positive Instructions to enforce: the state( depends upon the activities . attaaka of kldneK- liver oh.aoaka Into the calls and lloln*,.|
". \ the law regarding' .motor vehicle. 1U Of the sheriff and their deputies. bladder and stomach trouble and 'all the kidn.ys1fld-drlV.5 out the polaoaa.'
Ly cense tagsto the lette.. ',-dlaaaaoi connected with the urinaryorgans New lira and hea.lth will aurely follow.
: ; "Y u will therefore take
: cnbe please l baa
normal Vigor been
ra-
t6o. When
foi The instructions and to build up and restore' JO your
freea from thelavery _ : of the governor the necessary steps at once to en- health orirani i-weakened by dlaaaie.Theae stored continue treatment for a while
}J;'. areas follows: V V I(force the provisions of this law and moat Important organs must be to keep yourself In condition and] prevent
;1 J I of kitchen 4 I 4'To the sheriffs of .the several 'see that every motor vehicle operated I, watched, because they altar and purify V ,a *Irnlt turn of the dlieaae.Don't _
until are Incapable .
( drudgery: fr o mv I count! _Of the stateT';Gentlemcn!' I I"Comp1alnts Ion the roads of the state carries the th you. blood are doomed: UnlesS they do their work !"rlotln Start taklnir you OLD .CDAL.of<, '- j

i, s OiemanydiaappoinUmenta _ have been made to'me proper-number'plates as it 'is manifestly Wear_.. aleepleaaoeai narvouanaia, harlem Oil Capeulea today Your 4rue. "
and failure. that cars are being operated 'en the unfair*for one to be- required rteapondency. backache, stomach trouble gist will cheerfully refund your moneyIf i.'f!
person ,
v not aatlaflad with resultHut .
ro'ltd1t an'dstreets pains In the loins and lower abdomen you are .
'.v., rnakeeoolting teem ao of the state without (' to pay the tax, while another,) arv.l. difficulty when urlnat- be aure' lo sot the original Import \
)I All th.M go to the ______ number' plates as required by does not, to say nothing about the Ins. umatlem.. eclat lea.and lumbago ed OOL.D MEDAL, and accept no aubtltutea. \
pi1ejjjjha| old. Chapter 7275, laws of this state. Ample loss of revenue to the state 'which all warn von of trouble with your kid.Seys. . In three el"I ... Sealed paak I
'. when on. of time has elapsed for the OOL.D MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap- ace At all drug storea. ,
you put in registration goes; to benefit the roads. I j
,I' of every car in the states and the I "This law should be strictly enforced ' '' ' ' '' .... '' '', :

ti LLENI4CESS w comptroller! is prepared to furnish against all persona alike and I _
'> \ tags for each machine required by you will please dn so In your county.

._ .CAKtMa I I law to. be registered. There I is no "With best wishes I am. INTERESTING RECEPTION FOR. :- .un

RANGES' _. i good reason why every person oper- I "Yours. verv truly
; .j jating a motor vehicle should not have SIDNEY. CATTS, t
WINTER VISITORS
have { complied with the law by this "time.l TFIE-cITY's;:
S For more than 20 years now these famous ranges l .... ". - V- "Governor/
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: been, making Southern home happier and brighter by ..

ending all the kitchen worres.- It bates; quickly and : COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS ASK I|I The Tuesday evening reception! for ,

the be turned. becauae superior winter visitors at the liart Memorialwas :
thoroughly without even requiring pan. to McKay, with her sister Mrs. Criner,
Princeas construction radiates heat evenly throughout tha ovea. FOR somewhat out of the ordinaryand I' at the piano. ;
SCHOOL
I : MORE LEGISLATION
made a pleasing diversion for the Voice-Mrs. C. II. Summers,
:- Triple asbestos-lined walls that retain heat save fuel and !;I-popple-who attended the delightful Reading-Miss Jeanetto Prevatt. )

prevent body of the range from-burning out. .. The heavy it and boiling it down 'events, for Mr. and Mrs. L. A. lIam.I Piano-iMiss Helen Bass. ;.,
eectional fire.box lining cannot w.rp. and laat year. Any woman who is Summing up 'something deplorable. The salaries ilton, of 'Toronto, Canada, who are As an efficiency test every one'Walt "
I and presenting it without commentthe ace small enough 'now and the state'I
I- atill worrying along with the old style ranges should come in and let ua among--Kissimmee's most popular I asked to form as many words as
tell her about the many time.. money, and w6rk.aavtag! leatures oi Allen'sPrmceM main points of the Tallahassee is large enough to pay the expensesof ,winter visitors, are talented entertainers 1 possible from the, letters in the v/ord /1'
J Ranges. Were always, glad to show a teacher who loses her time in the '/
you. meeting of the County Superintend. 'obeying generousiy-coiitritpltO Centenary Mrs. L. II. Ingram having {
a mandatory injunction of
I jents were covered with talks discus the state for its own arid itS' child fprogranr.' the honor of making: the longest list. c,.
W. B. MAKINSON CO. sions and. resolutions concerning ren's benefits. Mr. Hamilton's part on the pro The afternoon was concluded with a J
and
: changes and improvements in educa. Legislationmaking. the examinations gram surprised even his friends : delicious fruit salad course served \
for he
V forth smiles, '
tional practices and methods, says oftener and centering them at brought many with punch.
p the Tropical Sun. ,the ,County Seats gave a successful! demonstration of Attending this event were: Mrs.
was brought andit
Several spoke on the question of a is hoped will be passed at the up next mind reading and voiced the thoughts W. L. Paulk Mrs. B. II. Criner, Mrs.
state wide attendance of a number in his audience. Sarrh Cohoon. Mrs. J. McPhatter. .
I compulsory
session.
"- : It observed
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I law and.a resolution was passed ask- j I I Mrs. Hamilton one. of Canada'sloost"kn ,Mrs, Lee Rogers Mra..W.! ThornI I
: some states In
one day exami-
r CAUSALTY LIST. spent --
FINAL
RECENT VISITORS ATCITY'S wn TeTtuTeTB! and reform
I :hag the legislature to act in the mat nation is sufficient time but in others I ton, Mrs. A. T. Snodgras's'xMrs. W. '
REST ROOM I The casualty lists now being pubJihed ter. is!' insufficient for instance In'- ''workers "made--an-anpreah-to "thewomen -''I.,: Winn Miss Ethyl Roberson Miss

S in the daily papers contain The ten mill amendment to the )Florida in instances' need to lend their full influence toward .Gertrude McKay Miss Helen Bass '

--Amongthe.. xecntvisitor8who-I the names or the last of our boys j( onstluti9.n'I1S discussed and. ] it, _was_llwo,_ hree-- many I'.v.n four-days we more healthful and attractive" style:l ,,.Mrs. G. T. Singletary- Mrs.- JX -&-

- have recently made use of the pretty 1 1pp fWhJ'diidOr'were! vourTded" the i shown to be inadequate for the best : At present while we are theoretically ; I othoetfortheii'iea. MrS; Hamilton '!Marks Mrs. F. II. Tyner, Mrs. A.'Steiner .
I the effects by '
told of ill produced
Hart Memorial building, which is thecity's Kreat war. The listu to be published 'interests I of education-especially !advancing in educational methods Mrs. J. B. Dillard Miss Lou-
rest room, are; I from now on will contain with but j since the school hoards have no au- it is found that our State Normal the high. French heel shoes stated commonly ise Jackson!' Mrs. S. J. Souders Mrs.
few exceptions the names of only .thority in fixing values. I Schools are insufficient in I worn by women and E. A. Owen Mrs. C. E. Hilton, Mrs.
Kis- number to
Mrs. R.
Mr. and S. Chapman that these shoes 'greatly reduced
p ,those men who have died or have Consolidation of schools was gone I educate the teachers in the H. Mrs. J. Z. Roberson "
nimmee.. ; Mrs. Geo. A. Briggs, Mi As 'been injured: since the signing of thearmistice. over pro and con, and it was decided I and 'thoroughness of their duties breadth ,their efficiency along all lines. Their 'I Mrs.N'ltton. Mrs. J. J. Mc- ;;
Mrs. C. D. I to
Vivian Brig-frs. Toronto; effect is especially noticeable in their
There are also cases in to be largely l a financial problem on the public. The state Is Fish; Mrs. Jno. f
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Orlando growing
F. A. Tucker
St. Cloud, ; Mrs. New I'which extended investigations .is nec- account of the coot nnd expense over away front its former sufficiencies eyes she said.Following Bronaon. Mn;. G. W. Persons. Mrs. ..1

.._p ; Mrs. Mrs.Laura A.Schearer II. Weasel), essary to confirm reports or death the other plan generally but with and we must progress as teachers to this very practical and L II. Inp-ram Mrs. I D. G. McKay J
: Hampshire; < or to determine the extent of injuries the results much to be preferred. meet the advance necessities demanded I convincing talk Mrs. Hamilton en- 'and Mrs. O. J. Router. fw$
Pa. Mrs. A. White Vrt, "
"" Pittsburgh. ; inforthcoming tertained her hearers with a story .:.. "
also will teachcVs
Examination
and those names appear I |lof was an by
Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mrs. C E. progressive pupils who come from real life with touching and J
: causally lists; also the interesting topic and took up more here for thbic health's sake a If you have anything to sell tradeor
Mich Mrs. T. O. [ :: while.
Sheets. ,
i,1 Roberta Lansing Trinidad Colo.; Mr. nnd names of those who were injured beyond (than a half day. in discussion. It was they finish their education. I happy finale, then by special request I exchange try our classified column. -i;
; of a number of her hearers she spoke
recognition when they gave up shown! that the personal expense to a A resolution '
I in It results.
Mich. was concurred brings
.p Mrs. Sponsler, Grand Rapids, ; by for 'some 'time on the suffrage question <
their lives for their country. teacher in attending an examinationwas the
t Mr! W. L. Meadows Chat tnnooga, superintendents for their own the the love
urging women by I
income ft I
Casualty lists. will. however continue frequently as great as the protection that
legislation .
T:<'in.; Misses Grace and Inez At should be bear their children and their Ki.simme "Coosamee" is : :
.. to be issued\ indefinitely be: from the month's salary, and if ,p'assed.establishing they ( ) anothercity '
Lillian educational
: ( kins. Providence R. I.; Miss I . deaths qual-I'desire for the betterment of mankind that believes in bonding .'1
" there are hound to be ,the teacher fails to pass the Ions was ifications for '
I ,' Potter. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stone --illness; ; soldiers who I -county------ -superintendents.- I generally that they take up their for public improvements that will ;7.;
and our - --
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p. "\ Prov.dence; R. I.; Mrs. S. B. Chute I in the of occupation abroad share of the burdens and add a wom benefit the community. It has just "

p And Miss Susie Marjteson! , Nova are and the next army of kin will continue to PROCEEDINGS OF THE i an's influence and a woman's knowl- I bonded for $97,500 to bulkhead that ;'{

i p I': Scotia; Mrs. H. C. Williams, 1J.\ Y.; receive the usual official notification COUNTY I edge to the forming of laws that section of the ''city bordering on Lnke .'

:. ,. Mrs. A. L. Poidon N. Y.; Mr*. A. from the War Department as to casualties. COMMISSIONERS govern; them at the earliest possible Tohopekaltga by a vote of 140 to 32. \
'j Farmer; Stapleton Ga.; Wm. S.' Potter I'date.I Cocoa will do even better than that '?}
: Lafayette Ind,; Mrs. I). Cameron : (Continued From Page One. ) I| Mrs. G. F. Burrows and Miss Vivo I when it votes on a bond issue for a '.

Salem 0.; Mrs: Wv II. Bailey,' RESULTS Three member of "the. board Messrs. ian Briggs -rendered beautiful vocal road from 'Orlando and n road and ,
Ft Cloud Mrs. Kate M Caplinger, A SPOONFUL JIVES L\ Bass Overstreet and ] to
L 0; ; Mach sign- numbers alternating with these features bridge the ocean beach.-Indian }
!, 1\\ Indianapolis. Ind.; Mr. !and Mrs. W. WheTT your young chicks do not ed an agreement with the East Coast of the evening's program. ', River star. j'

: A. Brown. Ohio; Mrs. Ella Dick Toronto grow; and thrive they need a tonic. railway for the use of the r.llway'slcattle Mrs. S. H. Bullock and Mrs. W A. _.n ___ ___ .,
p, Can.: L. A. Hamilton 'Toronto, B, A. Thomas' Poultry Remedy is dipping vat their
on right of ,i Hamilton who were hostesses are to
I Can.; and Mrs.: :S: E. LewilO. Ozono. not Bowel only Trouble a tonic Gape but ,a specific and other for .. L ;.t. way. B. H. Guy refusd to sign the '{I'be praised, for this entertainment HO WCAN YOU TELL TOUFAVORITETOBACCO 2

agreement on the ground' that the 'r.Are interest.
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chick troubles. Get it today We, contract could be terminated by either ? Jt
.. the sell it the back plan. Waters
Great on money
party on thirty days notice. John Worth Trying. i',
Co. .
& Carson Grocery
Partin the other
commissioner
absent at the itme was If you are troubled with sleeplessness Plain Nose Your \'
the
As
attending the fun-
as on
4 BUILDING CIRCLE HOLDSAN eral of his look to your diet. Drink .no tea !
Influenza Tornado nephew. or coffee for a few days and take '
t On Face-Just t Smell' It
EXCELLENT MEETING. request of the road superintendent one of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately .
the clerk '
was instructed to ask

f ''Is About Spent t. Mrs.:: J. ,W. Wilder and her daughter the A. C, L. railroad to build a culvert digestion.' after These supper tablets to improve also causea your Smokers do not have. to put tobaccoin ...T

': Miss ,Ethel Wilder entertained where the public.' road, crosses gentle movement of the bowels. their pipes to find out if they Ilk It. ;
''the- Building Society ,of the First the track'at the stockpens.; They are unsurpassed for_ constipation. They can just rub the tobacco between '(
n But in its wake countless' thousands Baptist church Monday afternppn\ at Pat Johnston reported that the 5'V : the palms pf their hands and smell it. )j
: : are left listlets colorless weak their regular April meeting. The quotation he had.,received on metal The nose I U an infallible guide to amok. ,

:.. and emaciated. The physical forts of meeting was welt attended and the dipping vats from 'a New..,-Orleans DELIGHTFUL-TALENTTEA.' enjoyment.-.-, V 4 J
p its -victims have been battered to time pleasantly spent "workingyon the : : firm was $250.00 for each vat without' All smoldnr tobaccos employ some ,':
pieces. Nature needs assistance in quilts for the Baptist Mission at / the-draining-pan. This was considered The talent tea given at the home flavoring "to improve the flavour' and :",

i_.. rebuilding the system. The red xprjroscles Ybor City. ,"I too high by the boarf.In. ['of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Overstreet ,Friday burning qualities of the leaves", to '1
in the blood can be restored At the conclusion of their' work the discussion( upon the high afternoon was well attended by quote\ the Encyclopedia Britannica.
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by taking No. 101 Tonic.: This Tonic ,the guests were served dainty refreshments ;, ; cost of the building of 23 cattle dip- 'the members' of the missionary so- Naturally there is considerable differi 1;
'p contains iron which we all know by their charming hos- -, j" ping vats it developed that these of the First Methodist church, ence in the kind of flavoring asoki,and "4 S I

p makes rich blood; it also contains tesej, and a generous colection was : vats had cost already $3,740 and and. their friends who spent the afternoon the nose quickly detects this difference L

. I quinIne which drives out the malarial given for the Circle's! fund. i e i some of the pens frere not yet tin Ish. within the merry informal TUXEDO Tobacco _, the .purest. il
:jrerms and aids grestly in the restoration :' ,"a i1.that.the. clflrk was inposses way usual at these events. most wholesome, and deUdoua o<,all -.f|

r of the human system. The MUSIC AND EXPRESSIONI 1 sion of two or tu'-thouInd dollars- The hostesses. .Mrs. Qyersfoeet,. rsmtnUtf ft nil the tltJuit ,,!
I, '! magnesia in this No. 101 Tonic..acts TONIGHT I worth of bills which han 'yet to be Mrs. R. F. Hodn.it-lra.; "H.'M. PfSTW' nivarsal Bkiag'fos1.ebocolato aaa great -* ,

i 'p gently upon the bowels and ridi'the I RECITAL BOBBY BROILER paid. Ernest Mach made a motion and* Mrs. C. H. Summers arrangedthe neaxoraesplsfas the widespread pop**' '

aystem of all poisonous and refuse to instruct the Tick Eradication Inspector following program for the further . laxity 01 TUXEDO.Tobacco., 4
t Beals Miss Helen :famous Scottish Tenor with the -
.S matter. Begin today and take ate Miss Myrtilla and Ordla Bass to diversion of their guests: Carefully tied old Barley.tobaoeo., > ,. Q.tfif .
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cease building
Bass will give the third of their Royal Scotch Highlanders. Band. 1 ah, cho IatrgrT f
least two weeks. At drug !Ore. Reading-Virginia Lesley. 5 of Pure a /
school any more .new vats and to advertisefor
of recitals at the high .
[series Vocal Solo Ethyl: Roberson. TUXEDO Tobacco a pure fragrance .'i I
::1 !auditorium tonight. The pupil*: of MRS. ALLAN AND GORDON BULLOCK 113 bids for the construction of the Reading-'Clara- Sue Ledbetter. your nose can quickly distinguish"from' "':v
THE G CO'I
WILLIAMS remaining vats to be built. This
,the.the music school and will expression take part departmentof on the WIN PRIZES AT CLUB[was seconded by Commissioner Over- Musical Trading-Miss Gertrude any other tobacco. Try it and see,; ;',|

... Sole Manufacturers and ,.street and unanimously passed. It I :f
I and their parents
(program in'the'
i interest shown '
4 .OU!TMANi GA. ,friends are cordially Invited to be Especial was 'wall decided that these tats should be'offered :
afternoon golf tournament Saturday, in lots of three or less. First i.'J"'J"i.
present. for L. A. Hamilton had '
_ generously group: Orange Hammock Lewis
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painted and contributed two handsome Johns and second "..
; C: .A. CARSON. President N.: C. BRYAN. Secretary. water color scenes as .prizes for the Blanket Bay Crabgrass,Barber; Hammock g oup: ",
Dissatisfaction in the
lowest score. The torunament was a Apoxe and Six Mile; third group: ,\\1

: handicap approach and putt for the Fertlc Pepsi; Log Cowpen and Pine _
THEjWATERS) & CARSON GROCERY CO. first hole and while many competedfor ,Island; fourth group: Lake Orangeand Quality or Price q

the pictures which were repro. Mart Roberts fifth Gene V
; group: ,
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: ductions of attractive spots on the Bronson.: of Coffee __
Deal's
.. \Vo1esale, and Retail ." links the winners were Mrs. James Clerk Overstreet read a letter from ..,.

Allan of Toronto, and Gordon Bullock G. R. Arms of the state road department "It", .

GR'OCEI'I E'S : which stated that therte is easily remediedby changing table
Among those taking part in the partment now had a force of men at your

event were: Mrs. S. H. Bullock, -Mrs. work on the shoulders of ttr, bric'k drink to {,

G. C. Livingston Mrs. .c.--F. Burrows, road near 'Loughman and that repair I ,, t .

Mrs. James Allan, Miss Steed. Miss work of shoulders of the Or- THE ORIGINAL4 1
Frances Hamilton Mrs. E. E. Wells, :
lando road would also be soon com $i
p . . !. ..oo. . . .
. '- + t, <00 hamilton James Allan Lawrence\ The clerk also read a letter from POSTUM

'.' ., WE SELL : 00 .. __ WE BUY 001. ilton.Carr. Gordon Bullock and L. H. Ham the president of State Association of CEREAL :
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;., County Commissioners Urging the
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-.5-, The afternoon was very pleasantly attendance of the board at a meeting -- f
4 + oOo--lIIDES + concluded the club where Mrs. G. in' Tallahassee on April 16th 17th ,
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.5 .3. V 00C C. Livingston and Mrs. Burrows were Vt -
Boiled
and 18th. Amon '-Tartaus matters Just like coffee-1 5 minutes
V < > RAIN FURS 00- hostesses, serving dainty sandwichesand the abolishment of the present primary begins- after boiling i v{,:
V cakes with the afternoon tea. you are certain of uniform'quality.
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= system of elections good roads V .
g --- L. A. Hamilton presented the f1'
V prizes cutting the legal time for advertising -V

Lvy',c -- 'P. ,- FERTILIZERS.-.-. V V: <.00 4 WOOL V "" with ilton1; a rendered humorous a number talfc and cf Mrs.exquisite,Ham mlaSJonera.An, .and more. pay for county com -tlenezt.The price doesn't fluctuate. from one ''month: to "

,, p 4 ...- --- V VVJ V): SIIINGLES" . "> piano number By special* request of adding machine/for! V the tax assessor's V V ', :jj,
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: __. V : : <00 AND _._ guests Mrs _Bullock: sang favorite.. office was purchased. ."

k k'c-- ORANGE\ BOXES ,> p .i". -V song humorous and Miss reading.Dorothy Wells gavea Tn "board passed a resolution signifying And besides ther '. only one grade-the beet. (}

their'intention of two You itin '
adding get ,
V every package.There's .
5'V Mrs. S. II. Bullock and Mrs. James .
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V I ALL V mills to the budget for the ,;
purposeof
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Allan will be hostesses for
f 4 ORANGE WRAPS < next Sat-
tick eradication at. the
00. V July meet-
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., .. G V urday. ing. a greater reason however why) should .
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5, ,; 4V 'VEGETABLE CRATER <00 COUNTRY . Reports from" indicate Tax Assessor! W I.: Barber called I drink. Postum- HEALTH.. {
county agent
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the attention of the hoard the fact
iV V 4 00 that the planting of 'forage to 8
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1 td'stomach
-. CRATE NAILS <00 PRODUCE crops especially velvet beans V is have much upset heart or nervetLe

... '- + S ;: 4V more popular this--year-- than ever._ I than county given; in a the government larger acreage plats alty many pay, for' coffee drinking-follows; pen'i J

.. . . . ..00. <00. <00 <00. 444 4 .oOo. 4 4 444V4 No,Worms In a Healthy ChildAll and' that he would like to get these use of Postum. It'.' a rich, healthful invigorating
: '_. : lands on the assessment roll., The drink and- ;. V
chu.s.-.w-wllJa _
worm* feavt e.
attorney-stated that -government :1-I-I
We sell Field and Garden Seed. of all kinds. rule.healthy there color U more which or Indicate leas stomach poor' blood.-and dlttnrbanct a.a figures took precedence over all others '
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,, VP' We give special: attention to fitting out hunting and camping parlies. GROVE'S TASTELESS chili TONIC given regularly and nothing could be done in the "There's ',

Free delivery in.city limit. 'P one No. 12. ( to two tile or dljmlion.three weeks and. will act arlch a.a General the blood Strenstli-Improve matter. by-the bo rd.Vuiting .- a-Reason" 1, 1

: 'We'are county agents for good fertilizer. Ask u. for 6rcular and suing Tonic to lbs whole"eteID. Nature will then. VV '
V cards onnted by the Valley 'I
V throw off or dbpel thrwonna and the Child will ba ,
p ric.e "OD fertilizen. lit ,V I V -L.:.. _...:"\' _. .. -_, I.perfect, health. Pleasant to ta.... too par bottle Gazette Job Department I I >j

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!1 :; Including April 15. Come Early and Get the Pick From Our Immense Stock of Goods .

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:.;, :- Will be Marked Down Brown and Educator $35.00 Blue Serge Suits Sale Price__________________$ 29.75 '

Regardless of Regular Price $5.00 Children's Shoes Sale-Price __________________$ 4.00 .$25,00 Blue Serge Suits Sale Price!_________________ 21.25 l
rrt '$4.75 Children's Shoes, Sale Price ___________.______ 3.85 $15.00,.. Summer Suit*, Sale Price______________J._____ 13.00 '

":t d 4.50$4.0Q..Childreir Children's Shoes Shoes Sale Sale Price Price ____________________________u___._ 3.60 3.15 $12.50 Summer Suits, Sale Price____________________ 10.50I 7,

!.l 9-4 Peppernell. Sheeting, unbkached, at _______________$ '.58 $3.75 ChildrenV-Shoes.! Sale Price __________________ 3.10
;?5 I 8-4 Peppernell .Sheeting, unbleached, at ______________ -55c $3.50 Children*. Shoes. Sale. Price __ -,235 Bargain in Wiater Suit*-Camt Carry tkem Orer. u ur.

10-4 Peppernell Bleached Sheeting, at ________________ .68 $3.00$2.50 Children Children: Shoe Shoes.. Sale Sale Price Price! g...:::._....;_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_:_-_*_-_", '235.15 .

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Big Ic* of Apron Ginghams Sale Price lOc to .15 $2.00 Shoes Price 1.60
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Palm Beach Suit _ _
"j $1.50 Children's Shoes. Sale Price ______________ __ 1.10 Boys' $ 4.00 _
\ 28c Ginghams, Sale 'Price !:L______________u__________ -21 u :.. :
:c 35c Ginghams Sale PrictJM__.. ---- ..z5I. -
l. A beautiful lot of plaid silk striped ALL INFANT'S SHOES v Men'i Mid Boy*' Pants aad Oferall, Great Reduction.
I. I. $2.75 Infant Shoe., Sale Price ,__________________$ 2.10 Mea'a Cottar and Skirt will all:be :
1 Gingham, yard. 65c, and 75c, Sale PriceS3 ;
per $2.50 Infant Shoes, Sale Price ___J __ 1.95 I
'" r All of our, celebrated ToileDu" Nord Ginghams.. , plaid.-; ,*= ,- ,- $2.00 Infant' ,Shoe..- Sale Price '____.: --:..__-____J:____ 1.55 .' :marked dow. Me.'. Work Shirts'wiD bo" tMA;'\..,
:\c' l----_'_--'._._ : $1,75 Infant Shoe., Sale Price'"I::.::-li'i.-j.:;':: _---.;.....l; 1.15 ; ,' a. low as $1.35 ,dowa to 79aIiQSW.RYJ' ',T.11i.! (<;
f d checks: and .tripe. regular price'4Oc..sale Pnce, ".129 K \I" < :
I' < $1.50. Infant Shoes,Sale Price *___:___ :__::_.___,___ .95
.t ,. 50c p_}yra.Gingham.-; inch, Sale Price e'______. -_.__ J935e $1.25 lnfant'a.Shoes-' Price=': =*T::______:'__.__' ,.85 !
: Colored: Outing at ___I_::-_____________________ 26 $1.00 Infant*.-'Shoes; Sale Price .' ___________________ ..75 ': -
95c Infant Shoes, Sale Price _____________________.1: .70 "
1 35c Pink and Blue Outing, at--------------------- .25 85c Infant Shoe., Sale Price _, .60 .
.i 30c Canton Flannell at'.;___ _______________________ .%2, 75c Infant Shoes, Sale Price ___-----------u-------______________--__ .55 ] ) !
.. Oil Prints __? ____._.--u_:__-_____.________________ ...19 50c InfantS. Shoe, Sale Price ____..___.___________.____ .35.. $1.00 Silk Hole] Proof Sot Sale Price ______________:__'_$ .80 f"
-' Cotton '__ ___ _________:___: ____-__ _:_:_'_ $ .05 -- -'- -- -' ---- 75c Silk Hole Proof Sox, Sale" Price ___,_-.?-__._'__-_._-_ r.6S W.
: Spool - ______________________
Anna Shoe., Price'
$7.50 Sale $ 6.55 :50c> Silk, Hole Proof Sox. Sale Price ___________.___I.. .39 .
:..= 36 inch Percale, regular price 40c Sale Price.-_______ ..30 6.50 Anna Shoes, Sale Price __________'.._________"_" 5.65 : '
25c Silk Hole Proof Sox. Sale Price _____ ____. _____ 19'
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;",:}l. Ginghams, regular price. 40c. Sale Price ________________ .30 rf ?

>' Ginghams, regular price, 30c; Sale I Price---.------------ .23 L&DIES' SHOES' I '
;;Y '}i Ginghams, regular price,18c, Sale Pnce .1t' $7.00 Ladies Maxine Shoes, Sale Price _____________$ 5.65 I All Ltixite Holcproof Silk -
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--J ___________._________________ 6.00 Ladies Maxine Shoes, Sale Price _______:______1 4.85 '
xi', One lot Ginghams x : .10 $550 Ladies Maxine Shoes, Sale Price ______________ 4.65 i $2.15 per pair will go ____________.____________.?_$ 1.75 .
"; All Calicoes __ _____. :- .12 $5.00 Ladie. Maxine Shoes, Sale Price _.J=__________ 4.15 i '
----------' ----------- ------ $1.50' Silk Hose Holeproof. at _,___..:______I_____.___ 1.5' ,,,.
$750 Brown Shoe Co., Sale Price _______:___________ 6.50 .'
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35c Sale Price
::J "' Outing.- --------------------------, ---- $7.00 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price! ---r-----..:-.:-----.:'-- 5.95 75c Mercerized H"; :---.--_,______.___.,.._ ..65I00 ,

:. . { $$6.00, Brown: Shoe Co.,_ Sale Price_ ____,------_______ 4.95' $ ; Luxite Hose, au.,_---...--------,..-__________, .$5 .
/ $5.00 Brown Shoe Co.. Safe Price __________. -_____ -I.ZS . ,
,::1 -< '.' ETeryt-i La tie way of Standard, Dry Good will be Marked $450 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price _1__________-._____ 3.90 $1.00 Sii ..tlow. at----.----------L.___.-----Rte- --.-?,- MAll
-j $4.00 Brown Shoe-Co.. Sale' Price ._________________ 3.%5 ,'. l
dowi rofardleat, of coct $3.75 Brown Shoe Co... Sale Price _____, __________ 3.00 ..' ( fr
-- Cluldrea' Hose will bo marked do.
I '$350 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price __________________ 2.95 Ererytkiaf in my. .
Ii 3.00 Brown Shoe Co.. Sale Price., 2J5 NotiM Departaeat Hill f ov : t
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i .4 LACES: and EMBROIDERIES $2.25 .Brown Shoe,G?.. Sale Price' _________------- \ 1.85 .

\; .:; AT 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT MEN'S 'WORK SHOES LADIES ItEADY-TQ.WP\R' :T

All our immense stock of Laces, Embroideries $7.00 Work ,Shoe. SalePrice __..-__ ___-___________$ s.zs "
'' ,$&00 Work Shoe.. Sale Price ______-.______________ 4.75 Everything in.ot7r LadiesJReadytoWeodept t
J] and Trimmings will be marked $5.00 Work' Shoe.. 'Sale Price _____t______..___.____ 4.00 ,rt ient will lie marked down, iticlud- '
at a pilcebat will sell them. $4.00'Work Shoes.' Sale Price ____________________=_ -3JS -lng-our-splendid stock of JackrTorMidcilesrDreissea. r
"of $'.50 Work Shoe. Sale! Price ______________________ 2.95 '
$3.00 Work. Shoe.' Sale Price ______________L______ 2.45. .and.Blouses-_
-' Everything"in Our Store" Will 'BeMarked' s. .
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within "the" cTTy limits, ot lusiitvrnee St Cloud Sworn tO'' nrt *N8"CIrdWbe': me
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,1. '' sec me and get a tag right away, NEWS AND NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD, -THE "WONDER CITY," 0- ,
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ti t ...... 1.. u.' f'..'!. A.ew, ,a eer..ry 17-M.: ", Marshall. BY-OUR. REGl'L..uf ('ORRIiSPoNDICNT.: ,sL Lots
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j'. '....<.r...U. Rdgl ' Dr. Scott and wife,( and little plpyment. l 'B. D. '

:, f, On Copy. One..Year...__._ .___,.92' ..*0e I| "BIG 'CLEARANCE SALE daughter, who have been spending I Joe Cathcart, 'wh i. in the marin, SPENCE' 46-4748, One or' All ; .

t ;' On On Copy Cup)';. six Three Month--Month___*-:-:; __- .&v]<> j I The H. c.:St nford dry goods store .the winter- here will leave Saturdayt ,service, arrived home Wednesday PHONE IS2. .
I spend a few day. at Daytona, morning on week'
a two furlougnhaving
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Sail
I ten clearance TO HIGHEST
is holding a 'day sale Residence 422 Main St. IS-tf fOR QUICK
;i > 'All .nmmunlallons exe4pt from ourauthorlfd thence to Jacksonville :where Mto.\ Made' eleVen trip across the v-
". oorrepond- must bs.1gdad ,-which is bjejng; well patronized by Scott; and daughter will 1 go on to;i;i ocean, bringing; and tak.ng soldiers .
Kissimmee
wrlt..r. the prudent who
7 by the will not be returned people Kent Ohio and Dr. .Scott. will return -*I across. ,_ '
, .. .. lirieclyd matter desire to their dollars BIDDER FOR CASH
I" ' unle. ..called tor. ' .l onaerve: "Mr. as to'' St. Cloud. I I Mr. and..Mrs. Leeds,,,who have recently ; ..
much Stanford
I , Postofrtceal| Klsslmtn as possible ex. D -. F. .f.-U. cope and wife, left on ,I, bought the O. C. Russell: .grovi DR BUCRMASTERKISSIMMEE'S
; the himself well with
; (Entehed In pressed as .pleased
) j I Saturday"forKent Ohio where they''left on Wednesday for. their home .
mutter. ,
j .'Iorld... as cond-clas at OR LIBERTY BONDS
hi* and said he is
',._ I e Luce.- .. patronage makingroom : were called 'on account of the death 1''Maiden, :Mass... ," -.,, -
" .I ri i for his new' goods' The sale 1 pf Mrs. Pope's brother-in-law. I I I The Michigan Associatipn held1a .' -: '
closes
. Tuesday. '
J I. Mrs. Flint came home on Tuesday picnic on Wed'lt'8dayaf Bullard'
.. 'after spend ng a few days at Tampa Place, on the lake)( front.

a* -- ; LITTLE BUSINESS AT APRIL I and Petersburg., .. 'I I Mrs. S. S. Campbell is quite ill a G. M..MacDoaough

l MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD. Mr. and Mrs. -W. H. Adams; who his: writing.Classified. OSTEOPATH;: :'
r . t, yt --:--"- have been spending the'winter at .

The regular 'meeting of the Osceola Camp Casadaga, came here on April V .2249 Post Street .

county board Of public instructionwas first to visit old friends and acquaintances ..:. Advertisements 1 STATESBANKBUILDINGPh&neNo:162: .

, 'a quiet affair with only the for three :weeks, before returning Jacksonville florida
' routine business under consideration. to their northern home\ aT -" - '' '*,2.

Pyyo Chairman W: C. Bass presided as Worcester, Mass. -. FOR SAI.E-Jercey Cow for salt-

"' . S usual, with W. R. Godwin, of St. Mrs.< A. ,W. 'Strtfub, who has passed Henry BJaarda 17-tf. .
:: : lAtE.pRE55I winter in left -----, --- ---.- -, - - -- -
r Cloud, and W. R. Lanier., of Campbell a pleasant our midst. FOR SALE-A very fine pedigreed.
both present. .Ion. Friday last for her northern Irish Setter U..mawI.) Will sell.

. I School r matters in this county' are home at Philadelphia. cheap t> /' o.. I.C. A... Cooper. Bot35, -R 17.t FT

moving'along nicely with. no ripple I The 'New England, Association met j -

I ; FRIDAY, APRIL. .11, 1919- ''to mar its success. .1 in upper.4:;.- A. R. hall Tuesday after- FOR SALE-Schrock Reed the coming
for Florida. !
Try'
at 2 Opening "Am- crop It.
noon m.
p. song 8. T. F.n lr.. ,'Route 1. 'l72t.foranre .
" lit' 'DeLand is again agitating campaign COTTAGE'MEETING.. erica. Prayer: by the,chaplAin, Mrs. fr4 i/a.
"Own Currier, Mr. Adams.taking' the plqce 'Ol'ND.Dlnn.r rinse peacock d slftn.'
1 having for its slogan: The cottage prayermeetingiswhich '.of the secretary who had passed to Owner; communicate with. Mrs. rUt t
+' Thii city would' de well were mentioned last week are runningalong ; Thomason.
your, home. Ithe great beyond since, the last meet-
and in interest and
to adopt such a movement. I ; deepening I ing.Minutes of the last Meeting FOR SAL.E-One pair of shoeu. No. 5. .
in influence each The |
day.
widening
'wen read and approved. Trustees report bought two weeks ago for $8.00.

,_ ,_ Talk about.. JUh, one_'jSt Kissim-! meeting Mrs. was Mc ean'held.r last ort ;-Sunday Mainstreet nightat ,..[ by Mils Epple. A committee ofIHliree Will 71l'ANTEDOood sell. J3..auraont for 15.60.' .,Inquire.-. -numborS2S !)t- M r 1

mee's winter visitors has just returned ''Monday night it was at Mrs. E. I R. ]: ; -Messrin Richardson Went- Household .
and appointed by furniture
Harvey, was
from a ten days' ..rtehinjtrip to Moseley's, Tuesday night at Mrs. H.1, resolutions also some chickens.. F. A. Stroup
the president to draw
at Mrs.S. up R. F. IX No 2. Klsaltnm Fla. IBtf I j
declared that B. Hudson's, Thursday night
i l the njeai--by lakes. Intl! on the deoth of their secretary .
I '. ,; that an average '(day's' catch would J. Souder's, tonight it will be at II. N. Burch.. Remarks on Massachusetts FARMER?-Send today for a free sam- ,
Mrs. S'mith's, in Pinedale, and Sat- pie copjN of the Florida Farmer .Ind / ...
! : '' IK at least fifty. pounds, of the finest urday night at Mrs. J. F. Walter's, by/ Rev. Riggs. The meetingwas Stockman, published at Jacksonville \ .
then turned over to Mrs. White Tell about livestock raisins, 1 /
't'qut: !on Bermuda .avenue. : ; the, -BWlBl 1 program.Pirobselection Ins:. poultry citrus fruit and true ; /
Ing twice month at S'Oe per year- 1 sI
\ Mrs "Na-
by Pope. 1I
The ";re 8 gang" of Florida has +KISSIMMEE DELEGATES TO polean's Last Charge," and for encore three -year. for 11.00. Only livestock I I ' g

',' been invited to the annual state convention G. A. R. CONVENTION "By th'e Sea," botl.! beautifully and general farming paper. In the 1I

which isto_ be held -on the.rl. __y_ rendered. Reading, "Mother," by slate. Write today.4- I '//' -, /' % !.. KEEP OUR'GROCERIE5 '

1 12th, 13th and 14th of June: aesembn Judge and Mrs. M. H. Porter Mrs. Mrs. Grace' Ccoper. Solo, by :Mrs I.ORT-A round black onyx pin ornlmented / :
; and dividing its Emily Barrett, Mrs.. Belle Modi Mrs. Krrnk Sprague, "May Time"" for en- with bunch. of grapes, c-n- ,.
Leesburg, terd with p..rIR. Th. han
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"time' between that; Eustis and Amanda Wemple and a guest! :Mrs. core, "Will '0 tl e Wisp." Duet by Mold band around It. It l I. a fnmlU!n THE MOVE. :. .
city Kimble, from "Cleveland. Ohio, motored -I little Velma and ThelmaMays'"Fan- keep-sake and a liberal reward willb.

'l' i Tavares, and other points of interest. to St. Petersburg attend the cy Song" and "Play Mates." Reading Clnud.] given Harper.for Ita return. to 3 Mm 64tTO COMING IN FRESH

'The program which 'accompanies the annual state convention of the G. A. Mr. Richardson, "The Crow.n -. ,

. _- invitation replete with /attractions R. and the Auxiliary last 'week. 'Prince, Willie's! Letter to hU Fathr -- MO.FY: LOAN-On real estnte I II I EVERYDAYGOINGOur
I Mrs. Kimbel remained in St. Pet About the Amerk"ns." Solo, Capt. and cattle. George V. Fox.Attv ,
:r .antjjt JS safe to predict<< that the an- Klsnlmmte. Fla. K-13t-pd '
: ersburgandthe remainder of- the lNaaon, "Sing me to Sleep," and encore II EVERY HOUR.
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will unusually
sorer to the roll call in :Mr FOR . V ,f: 'L party. stopped Tampa Saturday to "The Rosary. Reading by -' earn
.;, r: e rong. he present ata;: Billy Sunday meeting -.!Adani, "The' Rafferly Census," and Co..attractlve'prices.307 Broadway! Oiceola Motor I .
I. 0- ; then motored home.AFTERNOON ,the "Pessimist and Optomist. Solo, I
: GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE '"I'm Wearing for You," by Mrs FOR 8AL.E-Elfrhty acre: IS acre II I -

J ... TEA. Redway,, character talk on the fact, cleared; and orange under grove fence; -12,000: t acre'InbearlnK worth I .SATURDAY SPECIALS:

> Continued from Page One) On Friday, April 18, 4:80: p. m., I by Mrs. Knapp, which was very in of cypress timber on tract; four. .
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teresting. Program 'for next meeting room house and kitchen .'].0 60
.. '" Act which wUl guarantee; bank deposits Mrs.Mothers-Teachers S., L. .Lupfer'-will Cl tat entertain her the I"which .will be held the second Tuesday head of cattle. and a good hutch of Granulated Sugar lie 76; $1.00 Worth to a Customer
spacious hogs loose onthe
range
1 ranveFarming
modeled after Oklahoma law. home Vetona street. ( in next November, will be in ; tool. and Implement. 1.o-
Better Marketing and ShippingReduction on. French. Closed sated and Grits Sc Ib 10 Pound to CustomerFLOUR.
Every teacher In the city schools charge of Mrs. Jennie ; near Kennvllle.. Price 14,600. Meal a
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half balance
Banner cnah. terms to suit B
Law. in rateCof 'interest is, most cordially invited to attend:" by singing; Star-Spangled H. Guy. Kenanavllle. Fla. .25.(( I
legal suddenly .
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the Comrade W. H. Ki'fHeYrlled -
Aside from the local features of -----r-
from 8 to 8 per'cent per-anYium. occasion there will be discussions of / at noon on Friday last.Fun- DWELLINGS: 'or rent. Apply to M Apricots, heavy syruP' .32

Erection', of another to capitol;:Building to relieve adjoining plan. of every grade;.and vital Inter.I leral services were held in the M. E. Tiller. Gold Medal, 24-tb sack, h'___ 1.70! Best sliced Pineapple, can. 15 .82 .

\ r or near est, to Mothers--Teachers and our Church a.t 3 p. m. on Monday, aervi FOR RENT-*-room house furnished- Pillsbury 2' Ib Wit___._.__ 1.50 Grated Pineapple, can :3SelfRising :+ overcrowded conditions in.. the state i ices in charge of Rev. Bow*n. Mr. 10-room house furnished; housekeeplnr -
of the
Everv member
.. house. young people. Kenney leaves a wife and seven chil- room: unfurnished dwel. 24-Jb sack_n___ 1.70 Pancake Flour, Ib .15
club is to be in attendance. .. ..
expected lingMr E. E. Well tf
- 1I., construction of pardoning board mourn his less. The family __ Corn Flakes. 2 for --------s .25
'Our hostess, Mrs/ Lupfer; has sgmefine dren to ,, Loose Flour, per Ib __ n .7'4
t{ do that board meay be -enabled to things to tell usY. have the. sympathy of the communityin FOR SALE-One Emerson Typ..rlt..r.mod..1 :, Post Toasties, 2 for .25
record of long-term .. three, visible, a food as
up-to-date .. newApply
'; keep to Mrs1. Geo. Best, President t bereavement, Valley Gaiette: tf Black Eye Peas, lb. 9c., 3 for .2;) Shr.eaded'; Wheat, pkg. _,__ .14
entitl d ,
a. ., era.who may be' pardons ..*4l>a. CP.. Ccrmftn died on Friday, ? J '
would be 'unable to seek Mrs. W.; J. Fripp, Corv.Sce; Beans 2 Ibs'-------- .25 Matches, package --_.__ .05 "
Navy
but-who 'the.Chunn hospital. '
4tnrat ,
April _. .. _. .
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them becaase" financial! S.tresll.or. ," Funeral l ervices were held from the NOTlTK.Nolle Picnic Ham, Ib .. __...*.___ .36
: Lima Beans Ib.. 15c. 2for_ .23
ERNEST AND JAMES .OLtVR1HONORED. .
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l ., Other inability to take the matter up Carlson Undertaking Parlors at 10 : II hereby;: irlveji that 'h" : No. 10 Snowdrift' ......... ,- 2,4dl }

t' ithteJ) >>aronniipar. -;.-*,... .. .. a.m. Saturday. Interment in MountPeace Board of County Commissioners! of Irish. Potatoes. 15' lb. to peek,55. No: 4 Snowdrift '.... a.' ...:,"I:20'f 1':rt.
-.pqe ration -of former health train . .. Osceola- County Florida, will receive h' .
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l f r ; Cemetery Best 'Bacon ___.... .. .38 -Lard !Ib *.28 +
Compound _
v as :Florida '-Educational train to visit ".jrnest'srtd: James'Oliverwere-! honored 'Messrs. .Anion *MCGIII'BaiTMley Bob' bid. up to Itt.a. m.. Monday,fire.proof May.fith - --- V ? --; r
of
l points in the north and northwest to Frjday night by -their broth -In returaedon Fjri- 1819.-on construction a .1 40-60 Prunes' ,, It _. '. .2<". '
4 I Fry and ,Drr Scott, vault for records of Osceola County. ---- -- 'Timothy .
Hay.100 Ibs _. __ 2.50
those sections in Florida. law by a dance given liver's Island Plans and ,
work
h' Interest on I day from a fishing trip to Lake :Al- specification on ;. Arbuckles Coffee Ib .28 '
+ I Creation of Board or commission which was attended by .more I ligator. can he seen. In'he office of Clerk of uun Natal Hay, 10O IbjL _.. 2,00. :
l the Court. White House Coffee Ib __ .45 --
in the two hundred and ,
to Florida's part fifty guests. n
perpetuate Rev. Jenkins, Mr. Chdrles Miller, Hoard reserve the right to reject ,;
war. ,i A steamer was chartered to push A. S. McKay, and Hatton Tillis, motored and and all bids. Maxwell House Coffee, Ib __ .40 DRUGS

y:- .Regulation governing. ,the sale of a. barge across the lake and a numberof to Tampa on Tuesday to consult'a ; Clerk of the Hoard,Y. L. OVE.R8TREET of County Commissioner Senate _Coffee, tb n_".____': .45 Turpentine, per bottle __u__' 'ro .;
;: 4 ginger and other'compounds con'talnlng 'smaller launches made the trip. doctor about tl.e latter's eyed. I No. 1 _
J7-4t. Tomatoes, can ._ .___ .10 .
Camphor, bottle ____ __ 25
a like cent. of alcohol. 1 Dancing was conducted in .two per u i
will chick '
per The Eastern Star give a
!' Law dealing! with purchase of houses, a Victrola furnishing the en ,pie dinner in the old G. A. R. hall' NOTICE. -I I No. 2 Tomatoes _--_____-- .15 Castoria per bottle ______.- .30 :r

: tjchpol books- limiting purchases to 2 tnosic for the modern dances and on Saturday, April 19th, beginningat Notice -h..rebY"i'lv.n that the Van Camp's Pork land Beans .15 Sulphur, per pkg. ..,_________ .05 ..;..

.. violins playing for the old-fashioned 11:30.. Dinner, 35 cents; coffee Board Of County ComTnlssloners ntO..ola Catsup, per bottle'---------- .14 Epsom Salts, wer ptg *_____ i05

?v Appropriation for hog cholera serum favor.square dances, which are 'gaining in and pie, each 5 cents extra. up County.to 10 a. Florida m.. April, will 26th relievebids It11. Kerosene Oil, gallon __n____ .15 Vaseline, per bottle _.._ .05

1' plant. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Wescott, Dr. on construction! of thirteen dipping Thread spool .____________ .05 Machine Oil .'
invitation u bottle. __ .20
soldiers I The
\ Absentee voting law for- was quite general and Mrs. Scott Rev. H. H. Bowen vat., bidder to bid on vat In groups per '?
allors and travelling men qualifiedto to the friends of the Oliver boys witha and Mrs. W. F. Kenney, Rev. and ..i follow: No. .2 Peas ______n_____u_ .18 Sweet Oil, perbottle _,_ .14 > '

vote but because of their vocation special invitation for all returned Mrs. N. W. Beauchamp, spent Thurs John Group and Oranjre Crabirrass Hammock. : Group Lewis i- No. 2 Corn __u-Un--___ .20 Carbolic Acid, per bottle __n:14: '.

;k they may be away on election day. soldiers. day Alligator Lace? fishing.Mr. Blanket Bay. Barber Hammock. ApoxI Peaches Heavy Syrup -, ____ .24 Sweet Spirits Niter., bottles .14 :
Creation in 18,000 acre state experiment I I An elaborate collation was served An.haughwho has spent some i I and Six Mile; Group 1-Fertle Pen. ;"
farm in the everglades sectIon to the-guests during the evening, in- time' at the Soldiers Home at Johnson LOB Cow pen. and Pine IslandGroup; ...'
4 Math Robert, Jenle Bron.en and
from lands of the State Internal .cluding.: turkey, sandwiches and aTake. City, Tenn., arrived home last corner- of Lake, Orange and Osceola
t Improvement Board. The merry makers enjoyed the event Friday. Counties.Vat CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY
; Granting' of equal .suffage to women J and- danced till the "wee sma" hours. Mr. and Mrs. E.*Frank Lockwoodand to be standard ease' and to b.
within six week from dateof
completed
?ti through the submission of a con-I two childrn1 Lyman and Wini- contract. *N
a \ 'atitfltional amendment or giving'( t>on't forget the ice cream social fred, 'who have a winter home':! here, The Board "reserves. the right to' r.*. Phone 141 422Br
:y them the primary election vote by oil the lawn at the Chapter House left Tuesday evening for. Cos ?.Cob. ,, lect' any ..n.J.JIL bids.OVERSTRKKT!: -- QUICK' SALES AND SMALL PROFITS '
F legislative enactment. Saturday ;
evening, beginning at 6 pT Conn. Clark of the Hoard of County Commissioner .
i ''Placing of Are guards In Ever- ra.Your; friends will all be there. Mrs. William Bircher loft Tuesday : .. 17- t.8tate .
JrIadeL Ice cream( lemonade, and real taffy :r.
to visit friends in then -
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Strengthening of Child labor laws.Workmen's candy will be served. Home
.e made to Crookston, Minn. .where she expects -
-... (1..1...... E'_ Ree.tred b7lb. O'OOOOOOlO"OOOOO'O'OOOO '.OOO'OO'OO'O'O.'OOO'O ..
compensation law. cakes for Sunday. dinners' will also be to make )her home. I An .f (;e__ .. A__... 34, "
Creation Bureau of labor statls- on sale. Mrs. Thomas Davidson and son. 1513. 1

-:.. Have You '
Franklfn. who have been .
j spending
Valley
i r ". Laws enforclnjr establishment of "RULING PASSIONS. Ofthe Klsalmne Oasette a
the winter at St. Petersburg, came published weekly at Klslmme, Florida -
,A .mall de-hydrating and canning One of the" most delightful stories to St. Cloud for a week's stay bfore. for April lat. 1919

*plants.. ever ttld o nthe screen i.-Select Pic returning to their home at New Cas:: '. ,1. That thto name ,and address of FIRELESS COOK

: Establishment-fish hatcheries.of esh and salt water tures' big' special attraction, "Ruling tle. N, H. and the publisher business manager editor managing'are: editor;, i ;c

Passions," which comes to the Casino Miss Margaret --M Gl1l, who has Publisher Klsslmmee Valley Qaette -
'
i' j L' Suitable law. providing for riparian Theater on next. Friday. This is. a been visiting her'parents for the past Company. '
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Tights
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-question. tory written and directed bf Abraham three weeks left Tuesday for Chi Editor. W. B. Marrl 7 I ,
j i ''Act abolishing high'salaried boards S. Managing Editor, ')V.-B. Harris.. ? ? ? ';
4)1'bond trustees for 'special'road or" Schomerj featuring the ,two tge.Mr. Business Manager, E. G. Van -.Agnew ,, .
popular uUaan and Edwin Charles H. Johncon lelt"1'1Ies- ,. '''

i :school Act curbing districts.' the. "loan. shark game"t i The Arden.theme' of the "Ruling-.. Pas- day- for Lakeland! wbre'll.. has em- S. uddresses That the owner.Individual are/: : tdlT owner namesand : If'ot, Call' and See Our New Line', .

>|a Florida. lions'-prose.-to be .. oil If a corpoartlon give Its name andt. : .
/ Engineering experiment station at a test between thepassions fined."sympathy, 'an3 wben the .dayare.tha ... name and adhre.se.. of stockholder -
of Hate
Gainesville and' Revenge .and he-clasped the'hand'of hisformerspartner owning or holding: 1 per cent The Toughest a aa
Love and-Mercy, in llh' for or more of the total amount of atock.) !
'ConstnJ lon of tubercular and soldiers the mastery of the human tn renewed. friendship W. B. : Kllmrnee, Fla. )I .
and'sailors home. John Walton heart. he announced also his betrothalto P. A. Harr. n....., Jacksonville Old Rooster L
millionaire broker has t. That the known .bondholders, ,
Law
requiring one depository I 'the girl who made all these thine.pos.ibl. *
C coontr'-lunds renounced the world and Is living in .. mort Ranees, and other security holdr'o'flnf..or r""
per year. the care of his nurse. As time era holding 1 or 1
.passesthe nfeCt"o THAT
Legislation encouraging venerial total o ., EVa CROWED i '
nt. ,disease campaigns....... .. __ nurse Eveline Roland discovers LIST OF JUR&n mortgage, or other securities. are: a',
,the real cause of ,his trouble. Wal Annie Palifler Felt, Varrenton, Va.
Act
: creating state orphans' asylums ton's best friend, a man whom he had List of jurors drawn To serve" 'for 4. That the two paragraph next Made Tender "rpi QEQS' ; :
?,Improvement in cattle chattel I taken into in his above, giving the name. ot-'the own* t' ;
firm
'.Law abolishing' change of partnership the spring term of the circuitcourt. era stockholders. and, security hold- I
procedure in trial of venue had robbed him of the girl he loved. April 22LJPinigan er, If any, contain not only the list of e 1
cases.Increase Since then Walton had devoted his1 '' Sellers, HoTrell Bass. W. stockholder and security holder a. WHEN COOKED IN TUB

f 1 fleers.WSTRICT. In salaries for cabinet of- life to Hate and;neven' ,*", while Vernon It, Simmons, Henry Newton, J. M. company they appear'but-upon alson the case book.where of the the \. '

lavI Walton'. former friend, and his Robert. -W. I. Bronoon ,D W. Alderman stockholder or security holder appears "
e
( MEETING OF wife lived.their lives apart. .Joan Baisden, H. H. Fertic Lee upon the book of the company : Duplex I
.of these facts Everline aa trustee 'or In any other fiduciary
Learning Baas C.H. Funk Homer Bass, J. D.
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.. i L o. O. F. TONIGHTThe patiently and tenderly attended the Harris, J.. C. Griffin, J. H. Redditt, corporation relation\ the for name whom, of snch the person trustee or I* Fireless Stove j\:

sorrowing man, until At last she succeeded R. H. Lanier, W. H' Arnold, C. E. acting. I I. given' t also that the said .
I: 0..O. F. are holding a district in bringing back the flush Carlson J. Z. Roberson, E. G: Vans two paragraph contain' statements r

t. r,'' meeting for their order and its of youth and happiness to, his cheek. Agnew John Padgett, H rvey Rig-' embracing belief a*afflan to the.circumstance full knowledgeand and ,

auxiliary, the Rebeccas, tonight and Once more a spirit of love and mercy gan, R V, Phillips,. F. M. Edris W. condition. under which Stockholders
tars expecting fully a hundred visiting ruled the life of the broker. His L. Sullivan, Rull. Bass, J. H. Balk- and security holder. who do not appear : i!
or ? me-iirbwg lieie"at-that;-time; An Iltelone.friend and invited upon the book of the companya '
was :forgiven night, G. C. Livingston, R. J. Keen, trustees, hold stock and cecurlttesIn C. H. GRANTHAM
A. sopen session to -the two- orders will to-ea11.. In the meantime Walton 0. Ci 'Bronson' -
; Aaron Rares/'Car- a capacity; other than that of a ?.,,. *. I?
(follow- the business meeting* when tin had taken 'growing interest in ion Farmer, J. K: .HIHiard, J.K.. bona ftil.- own.r; and that their afflant . ? ?
' entertaining will)) be given the nurse who had Mm Conn has, no Vaon to believe that .
program brought back W. G. McClelland, A. D. Jil- .r, -
other ,
association
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person or
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Henryt Ltghtoey motored to' Bar- !! .._ II :

I F.j.jI 1 l I ; .INTERESTING. 'LOCAL. ITEMS II Casino Theatre}t tow home-'this< after..morning a'' week'to, take':visit,,his here.mother. . ,= . = c ,

'Week T. M. Lybass of Kissimmee Island
il14thMlltlnee'
f 1 of
;.. t'. ... .f.'H..............j I .We do' heavy hauling. Phone1' 16or. p 8:15 is visiting his sister. Mrs J. H.

e. .119.. .. '::80., IMS .Night, Langford.. Bartow .CourierInformant. -
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) Earle Cowgcr.v of St. Cloud, spent .
Weather R t rt
., po : Sunday with:friends{" here. \ MONDAY Little Alta Ruth, the youngest fik

Chlorite, all color'-ft" Central Royal Scotch Highlander.'*Band in daughter of County Clerk J. L.. and
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Drug'Store./ C Concert. Mrs. Overstreetr.wtm-haa been quite
: '
Following>> are daily tempera Lanier, in Curtain at 8:30. ilL, is, now rapidly improving..%
A W. 0.. and family were Houdini' be
will
Fifth of
Episode Mr. and Mrs. J. A AUenJjlHbts.
tore and precipitations as reported town Monday on a business and shopping "
'. by Government.station' mission. shown at regular matinee time and. Geo. .A. Briggs and Miss Viviat j ..
"" At Klaslramee fo- the w.ek end- have 'heavy loads. c, tefore concert program at night.- ,I Briggsmotored down to Lakeland
Let us' -
,il 1919s your last-Thursday and spent'the- day enIoying.the.
: y-sr; ; 3 ing-Thursday' April, Phone' 136 or 119; TUESDAY diversions the Lake .

Maj }ltn. .Re.ID. ".'J3: ra' Stwart, of-the Shaker Colony; Exhibitors Mutual presents Bessie Highlands country club..
Thu dray ..i.i"82., 59 spent Monday in town on a business Bariscale in. -
Cobb 9th eonstruction
John .qu.d.
Friday u__..-.._. 81 60.. mission at the county court house.-- "A TRICk XF FATE." service returned home last
.- ron, aero. ,
::-tr jU60r < 'Anna Case will sing for for Gaumont News. '
Saturday -- you Friday John did not have the fortune .
Sunday ..-.-.. 86 5$ ever on the 'New Edison. 'Central WEDNESDAY td go overseas as he wait in -

Monday _....__, 87 54 .Drogr'Store, Agents. presents Harry.Morel in.' lured.on the ship Fatherland, by"fait- I '., i iphonograph ..
__ 84 68 -' Mrs. n..c, Brooks left Tuesday I "SILENT STRE GTH.N a hatchway and consequently
,. Tuesday un night hr her home in .E. t PittsburgJ::' Mutt A; Jeff in -spent a year- In 'the 'hospitalwith ; '':
82 62 ,-a
Wednesday : : Pa., after spending the winter here, .' -"THE BEARDED- DY.THUIlSDA ?' '-i a broken leg. .

ik, .lel, . .e41.D .il..O. Mrs.,, L. U. Zimmerman and Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Townsend 'and !! ; .'
.. ; r J M. George, were Visitors from St. Y two children left Sunday morning for : !

.For''Sale-Four mules, W. J.Miller."j. Cloud spending Monday. in Kissim- William Fox presents Albert Ray in Kissimmee, going .via. auto. At' Kis r
46-tf mee. "MARRIED IN HAStE." simmee Mrs. Townsend and two children f, ,

Leslie Johns of Tampa, liar beenvisiting' That. "Moonlight Trio," They're Ilarpld\ Loyd Comedy, will stay for some time, having > .... MILLION, .... DpLLARSIThat's ,, :
Great. Hear them in the New Edison "LOOK OUT BELOW"FRIDAY their child treated by Div Buckmas THREE
friends in Kissiminee this
"The Phonograph with a Soul," ter. Mr. Townsend returned Monday. -
what'it in
., week. _at .Central' : Drug Store. night. Arcadia"Enterprise. cost, to perfect an
"
t -We are equipped $o do any kind of M. H. Fuller .of Tampawho represents Select presents. Julia Dean-Edwin- A. W. Gustls. accompanied by Mrs, would RE-CREATE ..t
I haulingPhone 136 or 119. itrument which r'muslceof4thfully'that
the Southern-Clay Manufacturing Arden in ? D. G. Wagner and "two daughters .
_-- C. B. Buckley, one of Nareoossee's Co., attended the county, commissioners "RULING PASSIONS.- Misses Maude Alice .and Adah C. ",
ge;'' well known citizens, spent Monday in meeting Monday. Arbuckle Comedy, Wagner, motored to Tampa ,.yesterday _. no one could tell l '.
Kissimmee. \ "FATTY'S SUITLESS DAY." to attend a' Billy Sunday meet

I'repare for Summer Bathing Caps.. I and Mayor J. Earle W. J.Lupfer Steed,matured Howard to Katz St.. Gaumont Graphic, ing. On their return they.reached _..._----whetheir_ it was the living .artist he ,head r
Lakeland in time for the Scotch .. r
Central Drug Store. -'
I Petersburg Monday on a businesstrip SATURDAYWorld Band concert. phon.oiraph."when he heard tine
Highlanders' t.hc.
Guy Stroup came up from Carl. 'extending over several days.Hatching or
Film Corporation presents Mrs. R. B. Savage accompanied her 1 1threemilliondoHar.
etrom Field at Arcadia this week on For Sale Genuine
a fifteen day furlough. Ferris'strain Eggs of white leghorns- $1.76 Louise Huff in"CROOK I daughter. Mrs. Alva Best Tampa pitted against the other. Add, to the ..1
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DREAMS. where the latter
OF last Saturday, goes .
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For hauling Phone 136 or Thomas. 9-tf.
I v X 119. heavy e------, -*,per""Mlsy-Vivism setting. A.E. last Sun- 12th Episode of Pearl White in to complete her course in the busi _ .-Thomas-As--Edison'. -- -'-,
Briggs spent -
!1THE- LIGHTNING.._RA InF.R" ness-colleger-that'--cityrMrs.-Savage .
_- _' Mr,. Charlie Nungesser, of Jock -dayat '{)-fillinr-hl'T'-nguiar-- went down ) a board- ''f
to
eonville, has been visiting her 'cous engagement as soprano soloist in the iComedy. ing place for' Mrs. arrange Best, and to see experience and genius and. you see how .
,
ins Mrs. Howell Bass and Mrs. 'No.na First Baptist church of that city. 1
Case in '
19th Anna located.
Miller. Hon. C. S. Acreer of the Point,was.. 1[Coming 4'HIDDENTRUTH., April ...:.>..*,, - that J. she.L. Overhblt was comfortably left "Wednesday for - -much was required to.evolve. _ . -- -- --,- -_, :. + '"

,'_4 Make that old Straw Hat New among those attending the county -. his home in Akron. Ohio. He expressed C 1
Colorite. For sale Central commissioners meeting Monday, looking I -I :
-with by. Mr. and Mrs. J. McPhatter, accompanied himself as delighted with
Drug Store. after the dipping vat interests. by Mrs. F. VanDuzer and J. Kissimmee' and desires -the Gazette EDISON

Mrs. Hennfe Lightsey came here I P. G:-Eckmon: state road engineer M. Gardner, motored to Bartow Sun- to>> follow him to his home that he One NEW ,
this week frorn Bnrtow for a short in charge of the St. Cloud-Melbourne day to attend the Billy. Sunday meet- may progress of this '
visit with her son, 'Henry Lightsey, road was present at-the meeting of city. He ex.Jcts to purchase prop- ".77,. Phonograph With a Son/ .

and family. the county commissioners Monday. I I ing.Mrs.. Franklin Davis and her sister erty here as soon as'the bulkhead is ,

.: Ask to hear Vernon Dalhart sing, Mr. Fred M. Bass was in Orlando Mrs. Maude Blair,were week-end assured. '
.
, "Can't You Hear Me Callin', Caroline . today from Kipsimnteei; driving a .visitors at the GraystOne hotel, leaving Clayton McVicker, who recently arrived "Now go ahead and build replicas" "said Mr. Edison .
T"-'o! the New Edison. handsome National car and wearing for Jacksonville Tuesday. They here from overseas_.jwhere he instrument
to his staff when he had finally achieved an A
I'M.. I. Stout has recently purchased I his proverbial smile.-Reporter-Star. are friends of G. Sheldon Browne. ,,served in the aviation department,
a tWo-ton Indiana truck and is now I Sergeatn Wadley Parker, who has I Mr. and Mrs.: Maurice Crews are has been visiting the family' of his which would meet the tone test. "Call

, engaged in the heavy hauling and ; drayage business.Mrs. No. 43, of Atlanta, has been has resigned his position with the Mr. McVickers landed at Charleston, ; '
Howell Bass'and' daughter '''honorably discharged from military Southern Express Company at Kis S. C., where he was honorably discharged standard I have set to the last detail." -

Elsie, wt'nt'-up to Orlando yesterdayto [''service and came home Sunday for a simmee and will spend several days and is on his way .to ''his' '
y visit Miss Trixie Bass, who is in 'visit with his sister, Mrs. Fred Gil here before seeking other lines of home in Nebraska. We're displaying this (3,000,000 phonograph In

,I the hospital in that city. 'bert. Mr. Parker left today to resume endeavor.-Zolfo Springs Truth. I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Woodall and 'our store. Come in and aee us.. If you conclude

J. H. Baisden of Ken nsville, came his duties with the FranklinCox I Claude Harper, accompanied by family left Saturday for Camp Uce- to purchase and prefer'to make payments at Intervals ,
Co. of Atlanta.
,, Drug Saturday da,where F. Bass is making his head-
to town Monday on business and Byron Ames, motored to Tampa .
while here attended the meeting of Miss Sadie Hamrick, of Monticello, to witness the big ball game. quarters; intending; to motor over to you'll find we meet your needs. 1
the county commissioners, who returned with Mrs. J. D. JfTontl! I -Mrs. J. J. McCranie and family, Tamp Sunday evening to hear Billy -

..A Mrs. Mary Bingham of Eagle; from Ocala, where they went as dele' accompanied by Mrs. L. II. Ingramand Sunday preach. They reached Tampa \
gates to the Woodman Circle? conven Murray Overstreet, motored' to all right though too late for the : '
and her sister, Mrs. Charlie
Lake tionleft Monday fpr her home aftera due Mr. Woodall said, to CENTRAL DRUG STORE .
Nungesser, visited their nieces, Mrs? Bartow Sunday to attend the Billy meeting, '
short visit with her old-time of rouble."
kinds
meeting.R. "forty car
Miller Sunday
Howell Bass and Mrs. Nona ,
this week. friends here. Miss Hamrick will be . Robot ham!, who has just spent t Agents t ..
I remembered as having taught in- the left AND .MRS. ME1KLEJON
another season in Kissimmeei CAPTAIN PHONE 41. "
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston. Mr. :
.,_ schools of Kissimmee some time
and Mrs. J. D. Jeffords and Mr. and ago. this week for Tampa and St. Petersburg REPORTED TO ARRIVE SOON
Dr.. Wm. M. Meigs,.., wjio: -. asieen'spending" ..to_visit relatives for a few days . -
pleasantr party -the. winter at Camp)) Jis- before returning to his home in Captain and Mrs. Meiklejon, who

day to hear Billy Sunday speak. I It 'cayne, Cocoanut Grove, was in the Marysville, Mr. Robotham is one left here to enter the war activitiesat I
ry t Roy Prentis, who.has just returned city this week "on the way to his of Kisslmm ', regular winter vialton the beginning of the war, have arrived
home in Philadelphia. Dr. Meigs returning here year after year, in New York city andare expected
from has been hoi>>rably
overseas service and returped formerly spent the winter on his and his friends will look forward to to reach Kissimmee this week. . . .

) dischargedfrom home Sunda,. H. .;was connected ,houseboat, cruising up and down theKlaslmmee his early return next fall. :Captain Miklejon volunteered witb '..
with the 64th Coast Artilery Band.. I River and contiguous I G.A,' Powers purchased this week the King Edward Horse. a Canadian r
lakes; but this- winter there was no the Breldt place just south of the,,'unit; which' ,w.as later converted into 1
4,; Bob .Bullock son of; Mr. and Mrs.a. regular boat rpnning on the river' corporate limits of the city. Mr. an infantry unit. Captain Meiklejon'arecord .. ,
I ,
., S. H. Bullock, whb'has been overseas 'and he 't could not get. his mail and Powers expects to occupy it right of service for his country is
,
.. with' the' 17th regiment of engineers supplies regularly. ... i away, in fact,' his daughter and son-, splendid one. He.was. wounded "' .j'J,: -A': -.
e .. ;
Force :
'i l1;'t\ of. the American Expeditionary in-law, Floyd Holmes,who ae living three times-and in recognition of his ... *, .
*y"' for more then: ..a year is expected 'people'who Among the visited prominent Okeechobee.out of town the :'with them have already taken pos service he was commissioned" an .".. ...... '.... .,.., ,,'. ,,"). "..." ,-. .."'h.' .....,

homeany day. past week were John S. Cadel, mayorof I session._. This is' one of the most.de Imperial Unit. C -
M ..rs. C. W. Ward and Wayne Kissimmee, and J. J. Siever and sirable) homes on the River Front and Mrs. Meiklejon devoted' her time ,
....Ward.eturned Tuesday from a motoring -[ion, A. B. Siever. Theywere here Mr. Powers is to be congratulated and talents to war work from the :
I .. trip through the southern part'Hooking over our magnificent citrus upon being able to secure it.-Tri very first. She nursed in a hospitalin I .1
of .the state. They visited Haines 'groves and trucking fields, and 'expressed bune. Fort Pierce. England, then in Chateau, ahd ,
r City Lake Wailes, Arcadia, Fort I themselves in unD takaWe Mrs. W. S. Reynolds and grand- Troyes. France, and when necessity _
Meade, Mulberry, Bartow and Win- terms of the possibilities of this, daughter little Miss Ruth Stewart, called she became a canteen worker.

ter Haven. wonderful section, saying that at no of Wichita, Kans., are visiting{ with, Later she became interested in an CHILDREN'S SHOES
Emery Evans, of-Cincinnati, Ohio, other place in Florida had they found l Mrs. Reynold's parents, Dr. and Mrs. : ammunition factory -that manufac- S . :t..
............ who has recently returned from overseas land that produced abundant crops R. M. Buckmaster, and her brother tured cordite, and was made superintendent .
and Been honorably discharged without the use of' fertilizer, and that Dr. O. L. Buckmaster, and family of having under her directionmore We have them'in aU'.tylea'and prices. Bring the kiddies ...
from military 'service, was the-gu st the groves were as fine as could be St. Cloud, and Dr. R. P. Buckmasterand than one thousand girls. .* """'
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"' : of his old-time friends, Mr. and Mrs round anywhere in the state. It is family of Orlando. Mrs. Reynolds Mrs. Meiklejon is a sister of Mrs. In and let iis'fil them.' -" *t ..
I :R':;:' C. F. Burrows. .Tuesday. He was 'en more than robablethat, they will return and Miss Stewart are 'delightedwith L. A. Hamilton, and the entire Ham Li "
route for Savannah, Ga. in a few weeks and purchase a Florida and the "southland" in ilton household; is looking forward For the GrownUps Our, e'v N* : .
We arepleased to note that Mrs.G. grove and a' hundred acres of our general; They will leave for theirhome' with happiness to their-arrival. Thispleasure a< . '' "1. .' 4. 'rrt
Alto -
'1 .. F. Kribbs, who underwent 'an operation famous muck land.-Qkeeehobee on or about the 15th of the [ is shared by a large circle i* Complete: tiiLadies' /; .
'- at the hospital in Orlando News. ., month. ... of Kissimmee friendswho knew Mr. ; '
? High Grade Dress Shoes .", ...,_..-rTfrom |4.00Atot.OO.
and has = and Mrs. Maiid' jon when they resided 1
; the latter part of February Grade Dress Shoes __. ,_._. _...froma$5.OOto? 10.00
. treatment o .; here. Men'sHigh, .-
been In the. hospital receiving .t o ooo o. .oo.oo. .... .oo..ooo.ooooo. '
since that .time, has'so far- recovered Mr. Meiklejon'''owned a beautiful Men's .Work Shoes ___._.i.,1_____:;..__..,___from $4.00'to"$,WO c
as to be' able toy return home. home,on Paradise' Island and, an ox- >

l and Miss Mrs.Trixie;Howell Bans Bass/was, daughter carriedto of Mr. < tensive horse ranch on the prairie. I. F R .EI. ...... IS. G, I.L BE'R.'T, l

the hospital in Or ado last Sunday CARSON FARMER RETURNS

moraine, where fne will undergo FROM PLEASANT TRIP . .
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treatment. She not been well --- -
hay I TAX NOTICE! "
for sometime, and It is hoped that 'C rton Farmer''returned Sunday ., ..... ,. .. '! ,
she'will improve with the constant I' . from a-ten d.y'trip through Georgiaand #
treatment ahe will receive at the-hos- t" Alabama on fraternal business. .
pital. f. M ,.. '. Farmer' is Province' Commander ' "
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Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Cromartie of of the 'John' L., Hareman em
-- Shingle Creek, went to Haines City Province"'Or-Alpb. 'Kappa order and ,,j ,t
last Friday for a visit at the home of the itinerary of his trip includeslvisits
In view' 'of' the 'fact :that..so Athens .
their daughter, but were compelled to the'Unlveraity 6f Georgia, 'VicorRecords'HEREyARt
-to-return" home Sundays owing to the ; Mercer 'University Macon, Ga.;
illness; 'of ,Mr. Crorrtartie, who has have paid Georgia 'Tech. Atlanta; University ofAlabama

been under the doctor's care since : many property owners ,''rTuscaloosa; :Alabama Tech, .. '-' .-"""- "" -+- .... t .
that .time with a' severe .attack of , Auburn; -Emory University, 'Oxford, ;; ;:, '"'!:'..; _.lo-J \ 4'' .... .

pleurisy. : .their 1918. ,State' and County tax Gad 'and Florida\ University. Gainesville to) .NOMBERsI .
Dr. R! Thor Weaver went to Bar- ;; : A FEW; {THE CH6lCE t I / v

J.;. t1.- "meetingof tow Monday county to attend agricultural, a district agnet :. es, supposing that the tax ,books ''While brother gone C.,-:'Mr.L.: Farmer Farmer, and visitedhid" family __',_ :.-.. ....:"'"t: .. +

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and' will leave next Monday for Klsshnmee 'first who ,.to who Griffin'Cm.form rlylivedi:. here but 'moved '74583 On. Wing;: of Song. (Violin Solo. ). -Jascha Hoifitt..:'!' 4
to meet the -county commissioners : would: close on April ..**, > b

agricultural-and take.-agent up his for new Osceola work would not' have* at this time :.WINTER VISITOR::DIES VERY (4799 jCroon.Ctoon? ,.Underneat' de .Moon- -SopHie r Braitau.;:* 'fir_ '

: : paid SUDDENLY. .
county. Dr. .W..rexpected to remain ; r
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in Dade City this month and ,7300 in. Ae; Hour .ortrial--auck--Zfinbalist; : .. ).:,

look after the'publicity of the -Vie : l will close tax bookson* April _, F. B..Parker, the young man wbo! : ?'
tory Loan .In. Pasco county but the : -- washers whir his"-parents, Mr; and 87Z99 Taps.-Schumann fieink. .. i ,
.Agricultural department preferred Mrs B. -Parker, died very suddenly > ; '. -- . : --' '
that hs:: beginwork In Osceola) county : 15th. Deposits ._ must be in my I of appoplexy Thursday night. He IThat I Wonderful Mother of Mine.-Henry.Burr. va
at once*-Dad*:' 0tyBanner.. seemed In his usual health at supper 185". ;

-- W., toM W. MannaduVe Hotelreturned.manager of from the :: office on or before, that :date, to pain time in his but head was and taken passed with a away severe. in . I Salvation Lassie of, Mine.-Chat. Hart-.Lewis' -James. '

Gray ,
his trip,to"Cuba.last Sunday night costs. a''' short' timeHie : Undertaker I Some Day HI Make You Glad.-Stirling trio. '
sent for
his cousins, avoid additional parents '
He 'W.a'a.companled by 18-2- .
Thompson but -for the first time in 18529-I', .
Fannie Powers : ii'
and -
the Misses 'Laura, winteringin thirty years be, Was, .too ill ,to respond I Senapore,.-Arthur Fields. ,
are
of :Tenreaeee'who;
this 'city. At Havana hired they guide chartered ,and :, c.. ,_,UBANDY: ,. Orlando,- and, recommended who prepared\Mr.the Handof body Phone 218 for the. complete lift)in th'e',April, Supplement' :) a l
a touring car, .a
f for shipment to their home in'Sioux,
motored] over the eontiguous.country, :'Tax'C llector. Rapids,' Iowa C The \tfamfily accompanied
going as far aa Matanzas.sixty miles : the remains. R' DeWitt Brownifc S
away. The. party also visited Moro '
Blossom .
Members
( of Orange
Fort Barancas, and all the : f "- >
Castle Lodge' F. It.'A.'!l'' escorted the body '
'* Mr. ST. rs
other show, plices.1 in Havana. M the train. T205: EMMEIT _.4
Marmadake/ traveled extensively, ..
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..... :. BUTHOWE COUNTY ,WITHOUT Dainty Dashes: 'Tested .. .- I I' ', -- ."l

By .
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F : A FARM DEMONSTRATOR Home Demonstration Club f "

. ft Hayo*' ; tna'sYSpra; '
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: .Hiu Iing Honoy The 'statement baa frequently been lag automobiles and others might The April meeting of the home c :

made that, every county in Florida but it is simply a matter of carelessness demonstration .
b S but one had :Ja farm demonstrator and inertia, of drifting along In club was I held Mondayafternoon .. iila" Friend p.f .
Old
Stops .theisms old-way their did. according to schedule, with -.Is- An :
: ancestors
.<
; unprotrressive;* or so perfect ,in- its of- Ing. .c
TheI It Levy county will .lee the force of The
topic for consideration oL .
was With ANew Name
agrlcVRural knowledge that%it had no the 'argument, and take steps "Value "
of milk < "
S need for a demonstrator; hag never promptly to place Levy county In line 'and' ,.rj'g".diet:'. an been publicly namd;'to our' knowl- with the. most progressive counties at valuable. papers wre read-by-;! Jiff% *,< .. : '
Tickle A. T.
Morrison 'and .r
edge. Now comeS the Levy :Times- the state in.-which position it naturally MM.'Meadow : I Every,, citrus grower who hoi.l5e The
demonstration
; entitled Democrat to and. the admits unbelievable that tvy distinction i Is belongs from its location nearly I Miss Albina county Smith, served a .eottagrr agent ,i-- --------.bioI&'LlL..iuhLJID.L..Pi'. !1iYHoltr tor. ..while! .. fly and__tcale. __ -
In
the central
Heals The Throat western part of the -""
,. )of'being the only county in the state with a long frontage on the with cheese product attractively decoratjo I .F.el.hs from in use have been ao completely satisfactory that. Ii

Cures The Cough state satisfied to go along in the Gulf of Mexico crossed by the two great food pimento; then explained. Itt -; there was\ no room for any improvement in this rroJ'ec' .
same old way- that was trod by our great railroads of the state vaue"Fluffy" / ,
r I "Price giving it omelet demonstrated i there have been conunentr shout a I
: 35c. fathers and frrandfathors.T The T.-D. (rood transportation The egg was --OcrlliunallYlowenr!
.5 ''admits that the situation I In not one farmers may' demur a facilities.little at first al'ld)/"junket"" was made, thevi\ -alight'' difficulty in mixing Sclmair't liwectectide. with the had .

:"TRE&-BOX OF: . tobe', proud of and calls upon the because of the! expense but they will. served meeting w4th of }the cream.club Mrs.-At the. next water found in certain ectipns of Florida. After yrni Attudy .,

ccunty commissioners to remedy it eventually ddmit the v-ilue of a farm i'.will demonstrate GA. Brigge and many "nperiments have developed Sctumi-i'a.1> .
GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE wiout
-Opens the Pores and Penetrates) question of mean., for the farmers spent in maintaining' him is well .potato probable'Salad. will be a tested.good recipefor. -
are prosperous many of them'own- spent.-Tampa Times.. I
-w- _ __ ________ Those reiristerinir at the meetini :
For Chest Colds Head Colds and u -' Mixes With Hard Water and ,. -1,
were: Mrs. W, C. Ledferd. Mrs. K. ..
S Croup is enclosed with' every bottle -I PLANT MORE_VELVET BEANS WATCH FOR RED SPIDERS !F. Malloy, Mrs. W.V.. Young, -Mrs. j'I A .

S of HAYES' HEALING HONEY. L. U. Zimmerman, of St. Cloud; Mrs. Stays Mixed .
The'! _.Caterpillar,_ !. is Easily Poisoned. JA Liberal Use of Sulphur Will Control M. I. Stout Mrs. A. H. Coltin. Mrs. I .. ; .
You feet the Cough Syrup and he Salve" i This) 1'est. ''M. A. Clark Mrs. W. E. Allan-/Mrs"",
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7 r tot one price. 35c- The most-serious_ drawback to the IS.' H. Bullock, Mrs. 6.' A. Brigffs -f. ,'",prr'. Fp.ay Formula, i is Ii(hnar,'. Insecticide improvcAIt I II ;

S S Made. Recommended and Guaranteed to more beans, extensive especially planting in the: of peninsular velvet I Red spiders are a pest likely to Miss Vivian Briggs Mrs. .W.' J. mixri, I thorouitlilywith, hard wairr and will not separate, in _
S give trouble during the Fripp, Mrs. J. M.
UM Public spring Cooper, Mrs. 13 D.
;
byParis "
sudden climaltl )
of the state, hag; been the velvet tha'n.- .
part
months
through attacks
- .. on 'a varietyof STpencMrs.. A. T. Morrison and '
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Medicine Company bean' -Caterpillar. The moths fly up I plants, among which are peas,, Mrs. M-/-Brown, of St. Cloud. I Aa Sclmarr'a Inbccticide la rrropnirtd: a* the leader of r all .\

Manufacturers ofGrove's each southern'tl rrlmer part of from the state the.. each extreme generation strawberries', beans citrus and cot Recipe for Omelet-Two_. eggs S ffnyt;, for citrus trees, it it fitting that it.. n--'Vrrt should be 1' I
They also be white
toru may found on violets and yolk beaten
: Tasteless Chill Tonic reaching. further north. With separately, the Iistto overcome the hard water difficult/ j
and camphor. The remedy pre 1-4 teaspoon salt added to yolks, two
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the death of the velvet henna how- scribed for this pest by J. "R.. Watson tablespoonful milk beaten. in yolks, I t/ Srhrarr'f Spray formula, at it will hereafter be kno".n, ihould. i

ever moths, all'breeding die out in the stops course and of six the or entomologist at the experiment station fold in whites. One teaspoon butter /' be u.ed in the same oportiuns and in the same niariii aal.as 4 .: '
is a liberal use of free sulphuror beaten in small pie nan add l omelet I W.
eight weeks. During a winter 'withan oneof its compounds. land' cook > \ ten the old reliahle'Schnarr' Inserticide .the ktafiuhy
stove till
on
mixture hard.
Ask Your Grocer* early killing frost which extends L'I|I Infested plants become irrry and ,ens and browns on bottom, then t . of Florida, growero.y i -

[far"tlown "peTTlrlgular, the ra driven to the extreme southern tip of up CreaRe at onno- -- ---- inl. |.-p prnnnlr | ffrnr Fi-rnmla. rnnilf IflT rrnfiilrriit 1
r turn yellow and die. Peas when attacked site edges in the __
the state. Such a winter was that of become dry mealy, .or "cob and serve at once.center and fold over at it. M ill qtiirkiy I ttiul thoroughly, control while!, fly and (ceir !' ..'-_... -

: '1917-18, and as a result the caterpillars webby," cease to grow, wilt down and Junket-Dissolve one tablet of .rriK and l that it will mi;* with tad water and stay ,,mixed, ,

CHEEKNEAiS: were late in arriving last year. soon die. Strawberries turn brown junket in a little cold water and add and in tvcty waprove the, completely efficient citrui ij>iay.
But the first killing\ : frost was late and remain small end hard. If examined immediately to one quart luke warm *' -
the )past winter and January and l closely infested ,milk. "'
plants, Add
to
particularly .taste about
sugar
I
February I were free from severe ', the underside of the leaves, half sup, then flavor and color If one'j r J.. Schnarr is Company j : ,4-
frosts. We may. therefore, look for found covered with web of fine !sired -- '
are a l onve undisturbed in Orlando Fla. I
COFFEES o'f- I .
a marked increase in the numbers !mKlVlder which the minute, yellowish heat" till the mixture sets, then seton .
caterpillars the coming season,, aCcording mites can be seen with the unaided ice till served. If junket is desired i
to J. R. WatsQn.- entomologist -
eye.Jnder a good lens one can for immcvli.ite I
serving use one I.
Sest By Every Test.Crystillized at the Experiment Station.the This, readily] discern the eight-legged adults tablet fbr one pint of milk, and it can I
.however should not
cause jrrow'ers which are from red to green in he served within an hour. i
to reduce the planting, but to color the bright red eggs, and"the I -, I Or/rr. ..'./1 A. arrrpttd c/unnp Ala..". for. iynrdtafcy ps.sst ..sI - ,

,make preparation to fight the pest. white skins which were cast off when .''DR. WEAVER BEGINS DUTIESAS "....'..'d.oruj fia.?brrn to Jvnt ulliito Itt.duritto at pi ir tM..for....,"wAhnarra..I..

_ I I .toooooooo ooo .The caterpillars easily succumb to the spider molted. i V..1, tnt ,.n.._ ..,".1 I., advanced .., a..t p f4f JIOGr.",,"tr ....45..... II
lead arsCTnste and the rapid devclop- Thc!'c pests belong; to a called COUNTY AGENT ""'uc'u....."0_'.. ...cr..d prvt X/chsm..&.. ttc. Ore/or
group
.
c Salt fish I I ment of the dusting method of applying spider-mitea which includes the a n.. and av>' mvnep. .' . I

iniecticides: has given us a rust mite of citrus. The best remedyfor Ir.) R. Thor Weaver: the newly appointed i II

; : Direct From Out Fishing Boats ; {wide range of useful machines and any of these mites is some form county agent for Osceola) I !
finer dusts. so' that the caterpillar of sulphur. county, arrived this week to enter on
, ,
.IU""I''JIIII'"I1I1"llallll'; , ''' I'UIIIIII.' 'allllllll' +35u45uu.LimNssuts+
JNNuleMOMNaIatiNMMnu" 1UII4INIiI4IMINIUI(4" ' '' '
To You need no longer the farmers his
: I i prevent !' Free sulphur or some of its com new duties. M. :M. Javens, who
S '''from planting t/iia most valuable! pounds may be used by applying dry has been serving the county in this .

; Delicious Fresh Caugbt Salted crop. Although the caterpillar will or in the form of a spray. Free sulphur capacity was called to his home | _

Fish direct to the consumer by hardly do appreciable daifiage before is one of the best remedies. It home county and left last month. r-
S August or September, the fight is somewhat slower in action than Mr. Weaver was present at the board
I, prepaid parcel post or express against-it-should begin at planting some of the sulphur compounds often meeting of the county commissioners .

t S. 15 IDS fer ,$2.00. time. The early maturing varieties ;' taking\ two or three days or more Monday to- give a resume of what. he ,

often largely escape the ravages of',to do its work, but it remains active hoped to accomplish here and it is
,
Speciar price in Barrel lots. the caterpillars\ but it is not necessary for a long time, frequently two or I evident he. will lose no time in get Early Fertilizing:

If you have never tried our to sacrifice yields of beans or three weeks and usually kills the' ting a hold on the situation in this ,

: .jCryitalized Dry Salt Fish vines by selecting small varieties mites. Sulphur can be applied county. Dr. Weaver is a man of wide r
1 have you that make little vines and few pods. and driven into the vines by hand dry'j experience, which will serve him

missed a rare treat. Although the moths lay egga: .on all_,,shaken into ,.hc vines. [through well in bringing about a more pros Citrui trees need -fertilizer earlier than usual this season. .
; THE. ST. varieties, they show a considerable"",ckosiy: --woven_;cloth_.or-a., Perlor perous condition of the farming in-
.' : GEORGE CO. i preference for the Florida velvet ]can. ( iteresfrtinnis section. With the abundant spring moisture the soil supplies have moved
.
j '. St.. George 01 thi,'ulf over the China bean even when they I It is better to mix three parts Mrs. Weaver accompanied hfVn OTT freely and the
the J.ed.j the tree have had a vigorous development. Now. j .A.
are tame stage of maturity. The dry aulphjir.: withone.. pound ""of' trip 'and as soon as a residencecan

: APALACHICOLA - FLORIDA Florida velvet may therefore be used drated lime. The lime tan be be procured they expect to move 'they need more fertilizer to properly sustain the fruit .ihey..art- _ _.- ,
I as a trap crop when the main plant- .or be made by adding 82 pounds ( their household -frinnHx tn,- n.Ki..innn..1{__._.....__ -
,Inv- is to be of the China bean. !''gallons) of water to every lOG] and reman here. carrying and to promote a good summer growth. We offer '-

:Plant some Florida velvet. beans i pounds of quicklime. Mix hydrated! S
about the edges of the fields in any analysis.
or lime and sulphur thoroughly.
EATH
) OF
.; HOG BONA other easily accessible places where I I The best results will be obtained by LITTLE AMOS BASSS: ,

they can readily dusted. These j! applying the dust at night or in the Little Amos aged about and : --

.. SUBSTITUTE FORTANKAGE' woll 'collect considerably more than 'I early morning when the air is quiet ..half years), son. of. Mrs. Clyde All the Potash You'Want- :

their share of caterpillar By this I'and the plants are wet with dew as ass, died'at the' home of his ,
'
means the necessity of-dusting the the dust adheresbetter then. If randptrents Mr. 'and Mrs. Rv C. : S- .....W:M\. \. J'' '
whole field often be avoided. In '. : .I'i.
; without Its .ODOR and may ,j works better when the nights are irtln.lastSunday; afternoon, and : '
: planting a large., field driveways!moist and the days bright and sunny, jiterment wan\ made at Rosehill' cem- : W11soii&' Toomer Fertl1lzeiCo: l ;:. ., -
AT HALF THE
COST should be left every 100 feet This for under these conditions the oxidation cry Monday at 4 p. m.The little .
ONLY $3.00 'per KKJTTT SACKMON- will make it much easier to drive of the sulphur takes place more (?How was sick only a few!; days- Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers \

h EY BACK if results not satisfactory. through the field with a power dust-I.]rapidly.! .As a spray from one to five 1 am Tuesday niirht' till Surulav-his Dealer in Insecticide! and Spray Pumps. .
machine. I. f
; FEEDING DIRECTIONS: thor- ing (pounds of sulphur to nlty gallons or [lalady being cholera infant m:
j' ong-hly 6 Ibs. ,Hog Bon with 95 Ibs.- The dusting machines and the dust water can be used. "' Mrs. Bass who lives near Whittierthe Jacksonville, Fla.

S round grains. Feed wet (slopped) should be ordered soon. For the Of the compounds ot. sulphur lime.I 'daughter of R. C. Pa[tin, and !
k or dry In :feeders. I grower with a small acreage the hand I I sulphur is one of the best. Use. about Is the widow of Clyde Ball. who died i

4 -., .&. S For Sale by [dusters will do, but the large planter i I lone gallon to seventy gallons of wat- Just six -months ago. She and her -

'L 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY will want to purchase a power" duster ,er. Use either the commercial product plittle son were visiing her! parentswhen ,- - .
.CHaqlOlvILLB.: FLA.t0UaISANDC0LDr. which can be mounted on a wagon. or'mix eight pound of lime and the latter was strict en with
The materials are finally 'powdered" eight pounds of sulphur. Cov 'r' the (.*this. dread diaease. E. 0. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY
lead-arsenate' and alr-slaeked-er--hy- Iime w1th abeut six quart's "of water l The mother has a large circle of . .
drated lime. The cost of materialsand and as the 'mixture! begins to heat I of friends and relatives hert, whose .- Jacksonville Florida

labor should not ex/reed/ $1.50 per add the sulphur slowly. "When the sympathies go out S to her I in her be- Fertilizers, Insecticides Sprayers Poultry Supplies 4
acre per application. Ordinarily a slacking Is over cool the mass quickly -Iresvement.
: : QUICKLY RELIEVED single application will be sufficient j by pouring cold water into it. For thirty ycaVs we have been nwnufacnirinf fcnilizcr in this Si* *-.,_ have _defied as,. '!

"- ", .. .. _. At the municipal election! in St. tomtn in avcfy county in Florida. "
Took a Severe C Id. CROWING RICE IN FLORIDA Cloud on Tuesday all the dldjclty of- Writs Fr Lese( Pm U. PrioM always lia. with .
Q.liy
Dr.Klni .NewI>UcoVery used. "Our five year old son Paul took a ficials.were defeated by a..-3 to__L vote; ;
Ince Grant was President severe cold last winter that settledon Much Land Over the State Suited. to but are still holding on to their ..obaon -- ,J --..-
S vG t a bottle todar his tongs and he had terrible This Crop. the alleged ground that St. Cloud .,

coughing spells. We were getting; women have no right to vote Afraid .
? worried Many acres of land suitable for )f their jobs is probably the :
about him a. the medicines principalason
Itc&It for TOUT craadma I we gave him did not help him in the' rice growing are scattered over the why some office-holders are Angora Goats for Florida
father. For thia entire state of Florida. A. P
fifty year* well-known least A neighbor spoke so highlyof Spencerof ipposed to women suffrage. The 'ii
S cotfgfe Cfid Cold remedyIMSkept'adcvererowtaf Chamberla n'. Cough Remedy thatI the Extension Division of the College omen invariably when' 'hey'can

artrjr' of. friends, younc got a bottle of it, and the first dose of Agriculture says that the ote clean up their town and favor \V e will begin to ahear April 1, of proven worth In Florida.
p4GIcL soils that are suitable for good and If, you are Interested In AnThe.e animal. will
Indian produce
from
benefited crops 1 rogress.- River Star. .
him so much that I continued %
i I of rice Kortan we suggest that you In- ( to 10. pound of mohair
For those ,
half are having uniform a year .
( druggists ;
century Supplies ;
every. giving It to him until he was peet our: herd before that and mohair ha* a..ready safe In
r .... """ old h/, Psbott1sJii' cured" writes Mrs. Frank Crocker of moisture but with drainage *IN3W PREFERRED TO time. the Boston market at an aver- '
;4 ,out lagaidae cabinet.' You may need Pana. 111. provided so that there will be 'no axe of 60 cent a pound..
,, ; It la a hurry. .Sold ty druggists.c standing water. The soil-'-, must have MEET DEATH AT HOME nft'ra-When you Qoafa buy cattle from hog-a Wafklll or Angora "
mutton !I. .
r .Cfynhsyp 1 _ ._. -The.-Ex.parl nUStaUon- has recently a lair amount of organic matter. ' -0.- Farm you secure ae 11,..... 11 cents a. pound on the worth market.10 to 1"
issued There are many drained pond ,\\'fFor many years I suffered from ainl>na.la. and the value of this The Angora requlrra: but llttla ,
? .I3wc ls ctiiia Properly Napier and Bulletin. ICO entitled throughout'the state that have the etnacb trouble. All the doctors I cannot bavePrchron V be overeatlmattd. Wealaio fcwdlnr. I* eaMly handled and ..\
Merker and
Grasses J. B. BelwIth
i They ''OtWfct ....",'-- -. the body Tetala waits matters forage summer crop there is nothing better I wuld have to goto a' hospital and 5 from fourteen to alzteen: hundred '.
"- crop .peellI.t.atthe station ,
sad Impmtki. thttnodoTnlna the has made a' large number of-experi to plant in these places than roe.. be wtoerated on for gall stones'or I hlaTh claM pounds Spanish.and Jack.Angrorm bred. to our W. -have t.OOO fully .m>llaM<-
fiealth and play havoc with the entire ments with Rice'' may also be grown on'drier wouHJ.not live much longer. -told t/t does and the largest herd of

m IIJI nf'Dr. KWs Mew Life.Pill are in this State Napier.. and and he Marker recommends grs.ci .- lands, and where the seasons are favorable then* I"preferred to meet death at ,'J'b Goat 'ta an animal r.*rlstered bucks .In the South. '.
'IaU .44fiaS ,, attioo., All hql" &--one I picked 'an ad-
them a. being highly suitable good crops are produced; but dar op A FINE SPANISH .
S J 'US&S ( grata, vetisnent I Mayr' WonderfulRem JACK READY FOR SERVICE..The 1 1I
.. feeds for livestock. These [there is more uncertainty than in the *

C - very similar both having grassesare certain wetter soil, due to a lack of moisture and since taking a course .fit I Walkill Stock Farms Company ;
.
morAthan'a
year have not hada ft.
ago
the
Many'stockmen' of the state mani drouth-resisting qualities and mak particularly during early In _
I -l fest\, .interest-in-in the 'v 'rio"->, proroitlug -' ing heavy yields of :feed "per acre. summer monthll./ In some of the larger rood sing apjbtite* pain and my stomach eat have" Gjteii5Cove Springs, floridaMItPN's ,
can
lakes where much of the water anything.
: new :forage plants now being This bullet! djscpsses the
-
propagation
: has been taken out, there,1s It is a sVnple, harmless preparationthat
tested at the Florida Experiment planting and cultivation of these usuallya I ,

rS Station. More than 100 lots of seeds, grasses, and gives a table showing layer of allpviaTsoil 1 thai will give from remoea the iVestinal the ) catarrhal tract and mucus .. ... . iti.
.00..00..0. .
r".plants,- and cutting of this class the feeding value of' the Napier good crops. As such soils are usually allays '
,. S Jurat thoroughly seeded with weeds, the the inflammation which causes practically -
been distributed
; during the past compared with other well known .
three, weeks. These )have been .up- hay and forage crops. The' bulletin crop should be-pJanted so_that it can ailments all stoWtach, liver and intestinal [ MARKET A.-E.
\ DROUGHT .j
ncludlng appendicitis.
plied to individuals in comparatively Will be sent free upon application to be cultivated during. the summer. .
will
One dose wftvince-
.mall Much of the truck lands be money re- ,
:: . quantities! for, experimental l the Experiment Station. may funded. J. vtoberson -
2.pz.rnings ana many nays ineen -:lurVisbed planted in rice after the winter crop and drug FIRE
INSURANCE :
is harvested. These soils fists everywhe .
jv. : upon special requests direct SAVE 150. are usually V fRESII'MfATS
_ "* well fertilised and
/root ..growers.These requests have : producecrops. good
:Hot been limited to any special sec Make your Healing Remedy at In many sections particular Scald the hiili\\\ pails daily. The REPRESENTS ". I

!; ,tion'of the etate.but have,on the home. Get a SOc bottle of Farri.' ly in south Florid., rice is preferable warm weather furnishes an idea / FISH
I trary, been well distributed, ship con Healing Oil, and add tojt a pint of to corn, especially where the truck condition :for the growth of any bacteria The Jlome Insurance! Co. of NeW''r.

r. ments during, the period mentioned the linseed best oil healing and you remedy have a that foil pint of crop I.*DOt harvested-.arlyenough .to'.. that may of be' present. Prof.Willou&bby Milk, Poultry and EgssPfcone :York: the jhTatUnul Fir Insurance ..,
money plant corn before April 1. the Agricultural Col- .
JtSTinogone out to 29
different
11, .c uDtJ.. of the state.' This seems to can cuts buy.and 'It cures old sores, wounds, On suitable: land, no :fertilizer is legs urges especial care in 'the'hand. j Or>. -of Hartford The Boa. and .
'' scratches. We .1I--1t.. Wat- necessary. However like other ling of milk during the summer nany other -
indicate & ''ele-eprelld interest in an ers A: Carson Grocery Co. every months. 145 Prices Reasonable. I ; companies).
crop good mature teed should be
'increased! :forage supply as a prob. used and bet the ,. S ___ __1 __ . . _ _ _ Officer Breaker '
,lam nothing upland variety Realty Co.
-
1 -seriooaly 'effecting' .the develop- A great milk T yyyy.y.Wyy.VVVVVVVVVVO.
jatent of or live stock industry. many clubs are being is planted. :If the rice is sown The Gas tt. wants a correspondent
_ _ 1 organised in the stats An effort is broadcast six. of In aror. Tssteless chill Tonic
The tractor is- fast ending place being made pecks seed will be every community in Osceola county. i
.
by -
c.krntb.Po,1da.farms. Orange county onstration agents. county toi and increase home dem-the sufficient. If riaftted'n 3V4 foot Send in the news, It will help the (ettotae vitality.... energy br purifying\ and eov- FOR RENT-Fnniislied:: hat with-I
lfl( i rows. only will be _paper and willjteep your section be. itching the blood. You can eons feel ha StrenataeBlaa. -
i c Barmen. now; own: tractors. milk supply in every .home. '. modem W B.
',- I neccsiary. M fore the public. IsvlgcirsUol COact: Price SOe. Gazette 2RroTWnento'.. JJarr''r
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'i' THE aOSStHMEI VALLETICAIETTE,: FMDAT. AMUU 11.-mBBBaaMSssoBs :. .

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F. lowers, D. Bowers and M. E.
and ohe. which fl. destined .Skipper. vies' presidents, and G. B. r
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te )lead all) others in 'Florida in itslinewas .Skipper secretary and treuurer-alt

.recently: formed in thrS city1 mien who thoroughly understand thecattle .9 w

t, the principals of which are ""men :. business and whqu M' fin.ncial1y .

- ,known to the remotest!. corners 'of the able to carry to a successful\ con- .
k clusion anything they \Undertake.

The stately :beauty of\ 11.state /, is known as' the Thp president, Mr. E. E. Skipper", .I:1

inches River Cattle- Company, heed no introduction to the. peopleof
.
Florida 'plants aiid !treesThat !hand the cattle owned by.Ii vE. Florida. Ha was born her: 'raised A ,yF

,_, ." j :.Skipper\ and sons ,and the Cowers here has made-.ja fortune\here, l :
Bros?}'aI.well as. a large body of. and when the end .
made beiilda
has famous the surroundings of many of her public I I land.. t I will face the roots of the.daieieafrombeneath' 1 1 ;

.. I ings may be enjoyed too by the'owner of even humble h lnFS- Just The' majority? of. the cattle or.{more. Florida sod. And the eons

a little planting; will change'othenvisejreary home grounds into than 'tflve. thousand\ head, are: oh the" M. :'E' ,; and G.-B.,_are worthy oftsprings / Look' tor i All.In seated
the sire' Both.'althouep
well of (r :1
of color and warmth where life really is worth living. "And range in as asa aefcatei. ,
places considerable('amount of the land and yet young: in -yean are .regarded fa the nalnet i
.,. should it ever be necessary to rent or'to sell the property this planting the fact that these men have pooled among the state' foremost busihms :

will add to the value a great deal more than the cbttof: making, their 1k6rdtngl and will make Okee-,men, having been trained'schools.iboth._'/in ,
theoretical and practical .
chobee their headquarters, ; means

l' -_ What. tb. plant 1 la| >"oulelbe. when to make. and how to do to at.mill UDCIIM i,much for .this city, as.!"at will The' Bowers Bros,flowers are also and nrodts --
are thins told by.the new' Ror l Palm N .....* aatal.g, tb* "BwutiftUCroundi bring it into prominence as the center -. Hs of this land of perpetual
Book,"copy in,on appliuiion.REASONKR .. of the,cattle industry of Florida: sunshine and began" their career ti /
r The amount involved in this consolidation laboring for a small salary, but i ;

I BROTHERS i ROYAL PALM NURSERIES ,! is five hundred thousand by frugal habits and the. business WKIHeps :,(
does much sense, and (. '
dollars, although that amount common T 4' 'r ,
ONECO nxuuoxTat the
.. holdings
have acquired
all the judgment
represent .
not_.by any means '
hold ii'B of the incorporates. 'value of.which would have staggered ippeflfe'

The officers' of this company whichIs belief thirty')'earsago.-. rQkeechobee" p nd'dUtestion. ;_;a '.,
laws of Flor- News. '
the -
I tjJ' chartered_ uu_____under__ .. Three 'flavors.S = .

Outatos Thst-Dost) Mot Affect .till 11.14rlee.e.e BIRTHDAY PARTX_FQRDOROTHY __.__ II : t.. ,
of III tofcle and lKMl effect L.\xA. ." McCRANIE : ELECTS .
TIVB IIIIOMO QUININE I.beUoHbae ordlurrOnlnlo .
and doe Dot caulk neraniMMi' mot rc.ItJi. W I not enough to make ," '.
ringing In htad. Jtemenber the lull n.m.ad. (Written for Last Week.) ENSUING YEARSt. === .
look Ice the tc-natur of B. W.OJLOVX. Mo.Atlantic Miss Dorothy McCranie celebrat -= r

I ed. her eighth birthday anniversary WPIGLEYS rood we c y '

Wednesday at the home of her parents Augustine, April 2.-Theodore r 53

Hotelr on Main street with an afternoon W. B. Brake, Post 11,- St. Augustine, unto' r
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Her enjoyed the Eliminate the Knocker must KEEP It good .
guests "
) sad !!.se. It"* JarttMBTllI. Flaw'All party. was elected department commanderof .. .
railroad ticket office in building,. hours on the lawn with games.beginning the G. A. R. of .Florida at the af- .- _
center of All modern Improvement with a jolly peanut hunt. Pinning -State Encampment '''
*. First clasp In every particuiar. the tail the donkey, and oth- !ternOClLKDionfth- From The Times-Union. you-et It. -:: 'E
on ,
to ; Friendly''Mulry I -
$1.00 yesterday.
Rate one peraorr A prominent physician from MlchT r
,afforded more sport.
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twonvraoim, ".00 to IS 60! Bath er amousements I but Mr
U.r.O r made t spicy .
nf thing lYa -'p--------- -- -- -
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--- utr.f'"OOjtW1r.Ol'; trno .. AftrracloieTtfheaftcrnoon: they the d'flom-fUrty-in the igan.waa.ague&1; vine --- - ;i.
K. FRANK PEAftcE, Prop. .J were served with ice cream cakes ,Brake made unanimous hotels Wednesday on his way --->.E5 ,.-
'- and punch, and little Miss Dorothy race. His the election G. A. R.was delegates.At home from a short tour of investigation Hence the sealed;; .package_
by
her decor- Florida. Something over two
,blowiny out the candles on at 9 in
... WAVERLY HOTEL ated birthday cake and cutting the the meeting this mernmq;of years ago he purchased from an -
ansistant
offices
JACK O1IILI.K.Kmrvffmm FLORIDA firstellce. '. o'clock the appointive assistant :agent in his home city a ten-acre -Impur -proof-guarding, : I
PI... r were' Geneva' RoBer- adjutant general, and grapefruit without -
grove
I At_the party orange
1 Hot *and: Hlnxle rotew, $1 and.Her up In-; Double-molt 'oom.Itatr II.60 Ion, Louis McClain,-Carolyn' Griffin,:quartermaster will general be filled.and Installation patriotic 'seeing; it. The grove is located in preserving delicious : :: '
and up: Room and Hath. '2.00 and upMrrklr. Frances Bailey, Alta Ruth Over- instructor- morn one of the favored citrus fruit sec- > con-
this
: alr [le. $T .to. .$B street, Mildred Lightsey; Evelyn and I,of officers will also occur ton- I, tions and was sold to him by a developing '4' I ===
laIn years's
\treklr. Double. Pw for next
the heart of theaterand shopping Maynord Pnulk, Josephine and J. J. ing. The place at to company that was clearingthe enetlclal'Soo'd *
Olitrlct.'. Main and Adam. Street Griffin, India and John T.. Lesley, vention will be decided upon I land and setting it to fruit trees tents-the. V* :

Marvin and Mattie Belle! Tyner, Jack day's session. for the year and selling the young developed V
and Billie Hyatt,-Dlck1e Waring;, Ad- Other elective officers groves to investors : ,
ward Lester, Joe Tucker, Richard and 'were named as follows: I II I The doctor had been down to look .5 t
NEW Al Rogero Bob Mach, Alvin and Senior Vice Commander, George E'I his purchase which had been

11V Dorothy McCrannie. I Field, Post 4. Jacksonville. W. O. over derided by his friends at home, rnany ( Lasts : :
Junior Vice Commander, of whom predicted that he had simply = The Flayer :1
Petersburg.
TICE McCALLISTER WRITES White, Post 26, St. Thomas; Post thrown away his money. When ._
D. C.
Chaplain,, Rev. the of his
h<* arrived at scene pur-
HOTEL HOME.To 20, Tampa. chase he found the young grove had .. f" ,. ,.
L. !!
Council of Administration! Q. in SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHTCONGRATULATE -
I J>eenjut; back some, but was a II
JACf CNVIIIE'FLAf My Darling Mother arid All: Bower, Post-34, St. Cloud'; C. IV!thrifty .condition and not' onetree

This will ten T. T. McCallister's Hammond, Post 26, St. Petersburg; had been lost and it was not necessary -
f PIu.tbIm\. edluhidttlans inquiring friends just where and why E. E. Webster, Lakeland, Post 33, to replant any trees. In the adjoining \IIIIUl ; 7
.Sleamlkalodd.iLeurfafdil he is still at' Brest, France. post office address -Bartown; L. M.I villages he talked with the lI11IUlllmlllllllllllllll1lll( l! lllllilillllllllIIIII l ( IIIllglllllNll 1 ,. ; 'I

COI\MCt aI\.CoI\Wl\i1ll\[vorythitt j iiIwart \ I am still cooking, and oh, gee, it Williams, Post 25, Kissimmee; James natives and local business men and i
mighty regular but I only Skinner, Post 11, St. Augustine. knocked
of City. seNt) for Booklet-.. does seem with but few exceptions they -
work twelve. hours and then I am Neither the Woman's Relief Corps the proposition and called
. MIND" &1 tiSMITPOP'alb. supposed to be off twenty-four hours. nor the Ladies' of the G. A.Jt. elected the land grove developers fakirs and other CENTENARY ;1

But there is always something else officers yesterday. Both wilt! hold favorite epithets, I
to do, around here: We are feed60,000 meetings this morning -for this pur- He went over the situation carefully ON ITS PATRIOTIC SPIRfT :
Strong Withstand the Winter .- at a.meal, end they are going pose. The W. R. C. will meet= at the secured his deed to his tenacregrove ,
cold Better Than UM Weak home fast. Odd Fellows hall at 10 o'clock this made arrangements to have it -- 1

Yon must' nave Heahh,Strength and En- I I i Mama dear, when eating your eggs morning. The Ladies of the G. A. R. properly cared for by a responsiblegrove EDWARD F. LEY calved from Secretary Daniels:
ttarano to fUbt Colds GrIp and Influenz and oranges, please do think of me, will meet at the same hour at the I man and figures that at the Hon. Carter Glass Secretary of I had hoped, to be able-to take at* _f.
When year blood Is not In a bealthycondition for I do knoW' just what a nice. Flori- First Avenue Methodist church. of four years when the trees Dan active part in the wonderful Centenary '
and does not circulate properly.yotlrsy da orange would taste like. I Following the election of officers lend to bear, hia investment will be the Treasury and Hon. Joseph Campaign of the Methodi.t.Church.

to onatt& to wlthataadthe. The\ picture I sent is No. 4 kitchen the W. R..C. will give an exemplification about 3600. At the way groves areselling iels, Secretary of toe Navy, have put the committee of which' I

Wintatoold.OROWSTA8TBLESS. en. of the ritualistic \"ork. which, all, over Florlda.now his grove !,their stamp of approval on the Cen- have the honor to be"a member.Mjr' ..
.. Clam TONIC I 1 This leaves me in the\ best of will be presented 'by the Kit Carson at that time should be worth at least tenary of the .Methodist Episcopal official Europe ,' necessitatesa :'" let e

fortifies the System Against Colds Grip health and in good spirits, hoping: W.; R. 5,000 and in two more years. whenit I Church South, in telegrams. just re trip to preventing'm this time. "1 ac expect'to d

aDd InBsrain or.Purifying and Pr*.<>frfrttbsi this will find all the same. I is bearing 'wen..lt will be worth I(ceived at the offices in Nashville.The participation before at 'May;, '18, the .
M I COOK TICE McCALLISTER, bis Stomach Trouble Over. $8.000 to $10,000.as few bearing fact that the campaign for thir : return
::.sft 2nd Prov. Cook Co.. A. P. O. 716,, John R. Barker Battle _'Creek, groves are available at less than(ty-five million\ dollars was.postponed date finally determined upon- for '
prep-tie 'BreIt, France. {Mich., ,writes: "I was troubled with '(1,000 an.acre and many"of.the older i to' the week of May 18 so that it !launching the I'driver for ,.thirtyfivemillion
ssxeptsiblsj to die most delicate stomach. heartburn, ,indigestion and liver com'I groves are selling as high as ,$1,000 would"not interfere with the Victory dollars and WIB'be glad'.uponmy
and is pleasant to take You can soon feel Engra.ed'Calling Cards and Wed.'!I plaint until I began using' Chamber- \and $2,000 an acre. I,Loan brought forth the warmest 'return: to do whatever -can-to the'tf-

luStfeagUtsiiMi.Invigorating Effect. COc."Do ding Invitations, Engraved and Embossed I Iain's Tablets, then, my trouble was The doctor also said he had a 'sister commendation of the cabinet officers. further the cause Jam sure'will ,bo
"' with Indigestion of militant, !
troubled the Treasury forts
If are of
over. you who was figuring on buying a J I. Both Secretary
._ : not forget the KUsimmee Valley Stationery!>> .can be secured: at.I i or constipation give them developed grove in another'develop Glass and Secretary of .*the' Navy forwarded-.with:jwond rful success in

'Gazette office does fine printing. the Gazette office.: ''Let us shed you .a trial. Thew' w -do-you _._ ment proposition in the same ,'weigh-; I Daniels'are members of the :Metho- securing money required.for the MDaniels.

-, -- .. borhood and while he was investigating dist Church, South and enthusiasticover splendid world work, plan.-Joseph. .
'" '" 1- .-... "
be the "
.will' given
that -
that he could hear nothing but the good
knocks from the natives; and still a world by the expenditure of the millions In the telegram fromSecretar'J'
writer connected with the Farm and to be collected by the church Inits' Glass, he says: "I appreciate" -very have

Live Stock Record talked with another campaignwhich will follow the deeply .co-operation' yotr a'.r
success, '
wish
two weeks Loan. evidenced and you ever .
Michigan man ago Liberty '
whose father had Invested fir a thir- The following telegram wasre* In _your_ ____great____ undertaking: II
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Paint Insurance ty-acre grove five years ago throughthe '"

company' handling this propertyand have In many case. made these very'( BUSINESS MEN I TO HELP 'A

having recently died, theeon knockers rich by increasing the valueof -ADVERTISE VICTORY'LOAN.rte .
was down here with the..Idea of 'dis the . .... ,,
.. .. ,. . their lands through Imvrov- M Y r.
..
. it settle the estate. He
'r ... posing of to ments made. Victory's'Voice-the: official publl- ,
was-,- so well satisfied with the invest- Instead of knocking it would be to cation of,ths Sixth F.dera1lDistrict Reserve-
Destruction of your property by fheis remote, rnentr after'looking- it all over that he the advantage 41( everybody in .the ,'says *" +...." "t'> a
and neglect is certain. salt he would not sell unless he could ''these development -
destruction by: decay communitieswhere the display
"Proofs
.. t"t... A ,which would be of newspaper "
i "j i l get $40,000 for it. ';! companies are 'operating' and adverttsements'of>the ;Victory'Liber' :

fire insurance which protects over f,300 an acre.'busitIs expending hundreds of thousands and will'be\ sent.to the newspapers .,
You carrying Ltnocks ty' loam
.
are _. _ .een that the of 'millions' of. dollars to
In somecases by April
= '
but does not preventf1re the, local people'are unjustified and or keepa and'publldty'dlrectors': :_ 'x ";
you against: oOssibleloss, ; ,- ? either boost their operations first------; '*
ft v, n thet' can only be attributed to envy still longuef' iri' their.'head.. Knockers :: of a
.*" 'There will be'.toiti''lgbt'page
and Jealousy of the success of thv'de. eltlzentt'at.tlie'beat. .
\ are poor will be divided' as'follow**'
; velopers.' What' aeema to rankle In copy It .
and insures
..A. I afford po8itive'tect on you their, minds is the fact that-they Subscribe .'for"the Valley Gazette. thirtythreefull pages Jn1n.t. pages ..
; and deterioration'try the elements, be- "' ,. and
gainsfdecay could have bought these same properties twelve 'quarter" pages :
Save idesMt increases'thet''Value'of'yottf property l"'and' add- .' 'in the rough a' few yearsago I eighteen 'two-column>advertisements., ,, $
tb its -a Ce.'f! at four or' five dollars ,an'acre and FOR'BILIOUSNESS assbrtmnf"should.'T>/ample)
.
.., *nee ,1 a' they hate to see the men who were for'all purpose./Eyery'piece ofeoprcarries ;
take,chance on"Investing strong:message and 'a troll*.
the Surface willing to AND HEADACHE a . .
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large sums of moneyi'in development, lug appeal. ? :
now' nceivinc100' ofr $160'4tn acre "We'want every.stewpaper.In'tbe-. .,
for-those same lands.. However*.they -TAREft'CALOIAB: district carry'at'least ,on. pag.of
and -Y9J-- t do not atop,to figure that the land Victory: Loan advertisements in.every -' ,

I I has. been fenced. cleared cultivated The New Nansaless Calomel That issue for three weeks. The weekly

and planted to trua''fruit,trees,that I _U Eatirel Ppi16.., of*AT of. AsNaaeana papers-will! "be. Allowed:;.a :mailman' '
All"
Save will earn large dividends on the In- of six"pages.. 'Tri-weeklteswill, ,be allowed -
Effects.
." _.,,, '. ,. .. .. '. Io+.. .' :S.,. ._ ; .'(.T. t' d: ? ftul 1enta,-at ,the-priec!" that are being ( ad Salitaliag., one:page 'for' each issue during' ,
( IH. paid by the newcomers. the*,campaign. ,The dailies : will, he> \ $
; I For every surface that nt>?a .ffi ie painted varnishedl' ,'An'incident was cited by a Virginian Did' yrfu ever'havea bad taste in given .=s i...dmum'.r4..atY.. i I at

.. 'r or.st.ained. you'U find'a' ee Gie'P2ti iPt Oo.j}lrtfah't: recently which might, be made your'isiwthrln. wiomttitvheavy, ; pages. of mats or .plates.A ; I
I will gve 3+IOU; lasting satisfpctiort at lowest e08t. Haifacehlury'of applicable to the knockers, although breath. coated tongue;, tasdacbe, 'in-' ''The'copy will bs'released for: publication I
''I ... for is behind the in that case-it was an outalde. instead digestion nervousness;with,.,,a April"11S:5 PubUeltj'commitd y
reputatior highat"quaJftY .
.
traveler 'was "'Tot1need' let-1
of 'a local'' man. A" down Reeling ew-operate-with
[tees exp.cted'to
Pee Gee Trademark. '. knockingthe city and the hotel whenresident'stepped but dread to take it. Try ! the are *in t.UIIderWrlt.ten ftpaoo J
NIaN and ..calomelthat is/ delightful newspapers. Ming _. _
Ask for.FR6B i".lai. H.. fo Pft I Tn *vMaIsa "up to him the nausealess effect by :. .;;f>mchanta' t-
.i; ua .. manwhere 'do. 16 take and delightful in +'
Bald "Yo you has'boeo
tot Color Card/or,.*fit*> direct toPeasleeGaulbert '; 0\\ 1 its nel others, jost
,,-, . want to go frosn here fOur eitix.nscommittee It'U calotoel with Ml'ofbenefits done heretofore.: **
Is ready'to purchase trans1'' retained and' its unpleasant 'The'ndwspaperr'have'given the

Co., i.ea..ewe.e 1 Lonls.ill.. Ky. portation for you to any point and qualities removed. One tablet at'bed-I GovemlMnt.un1i. support,in the
\\ > *, the .farther away the better,--.. j we 'time with a awa1l w'6fwmrthat'all. Liberty. Loan-eampai&nS. _They" arogomg
Osceola Hardware have no use for knockers here." In No taste, no griping, no salts, tothe: Victory Loan with a
-=Company-> in the "
: almost: every community: in 'Florida nor nausea. You determination ,to'"flnish' th>' job
Distributors for PeVeie- ...Piednetli there are come'knockers nn the new morning feeling litte\ a' two-year old, Let's wet''' busy.and 'put,i Over a big ' ,i
andrith ,',
,f' ;. 'Khfsimiliee'lT'7aP' development companies end they bright, cheerful, energentlc- display advertising. campaign.hi .
should be silenced: If it were not a hearty'appetite for-breakfastrr . _ f'.A
for'many of development'' corporations what you please no danger of ,salivation. 'r ttfabitiulCooolpitlor't ;
there' would:'be hundreds of Calotabs are so entirely delightful , 14 to J t Dayi"
:
still wild to take and so pleasant in effect dpteperedSyepToablalatly.lar
thousands of acres WITh PEPSD-is i r
yielding LAX-ros
condition that are) 'now profitable that your" druggist offers to refund blt1lt t t,

crops and ,.these development: the price as a guarantee that boDidpatlOlL- 'la'tetievea.. hose +,
yon will')ti* delighted l with Calotabc. should bebtdace taken> retfuliriy Ulo SI days.. e -
, a pees. Ceased ta'6 to 14 Daja' For your' protection Calotabs are to ll"petlon. It ad_,.....aII14

Day/tm ntmH r-irrwlf r fiT""T*."- sold only in original paled packages; tray nw e1m'ttrs$0 Take., 6
y apPeadrocsresd gP. stares thlrtjr-flvs:: centi. At drug.. a 1 :-"I" )' "
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'. 3,500 CAPTURED GERMAN: HELMETS .. . SATISFYING RELIEe



:GIVEN IN VICTORY LOAN FROM LUMBAGO

,'!,,..: ... TO BE .
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'-. <... :.. Sloan'* Liniment baa tf>4

: punch that teller**-

/ 'I'h u\nadc ,tirlnfce .
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)I. This warmth-riving, congestion: *
r' c&ttering circulation-timulatlnp remPUId -
ed) willuH4 rtWb "( ra&bt to
..he aclUD&.pot and brlnp quack reJief
wonderful help for
y 1J1T11"T J>
I external pains, sprain, strains, ,

"" ''1'11''I .. ness, headache, lumbago, bruises.
Get your bottle today corts little!
t.' means much.- Ask your drureist for it
ty name. Keep it handy for-the whole
family. The big bottle is economy. ,

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Impeding. cases of German helmets. The two 'civilians are, left. Fran '....

I R. Wilton, director 01 Jl.ubllclt1.Dd-ri.bt.,U-B. |TcinUln( director of the war io .

: loan. orcanUatlon.WorkeW '
,- S. KOf FMAN, MvD.

rti ..... fib In the approaching Victory-pected-fo-have every, eltlsen carry hi* OCULIST AND. OPTICIAN

.peJ_'Q,._:;:,, loan campaign who render efficient owa share of the quota instead of let- Eyes Examined by-a Regular Registered
-. -.,... ..... line hI. more patriotic aelchbor* car .
'fle-f f mm4 mranfmi service.IA. obtaining cubacrlptlons' to more'tbaa'tbelr ahare. Local committee Physician.- 0
ry
fat_* .Itmmtdor....,_._doe< *<< the "lInl. tb. Job loan". will be the will hear appeal from those Glasses Fitted:

..... ltfU/ tmtmmtm",-.Im- proud poeaVasor* of genuine Hun helmetsTTas.eA""Tfoiir ,who coaclder their quota too high.IB Broken Lens Du plln ted.
,.. .' -- -- -meet-hMUoeoor-the- sameloyal .2S- Chnrch-SU... OrIa d F
capttired "German
I: : a pipe'in-your face that.sfi11e4cheeri1ybrimfulofPnnce prisoners oA found on the battlefields worker who carried the former loans

: Albert, it you're on the trail of smoke'peace! 'For.P.: :A.'wflT.,,.'. of France er'a1l..An.the committees: e.,, aUteconference oa O. F. KRIBB8. A. AKKRMAN
' of tobacco joy that will make'you wish bad no further use for headgear. It Is W. J. STEED
l'l'f'" sing you a song your the beadouarter: ? of the they expreased'eonBdenee

t: life job was to see how much Ch national joy .smoke you Blxth announced Federal by\\! Reaerve District at At In beinc able to put the Job through, KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED
. and their enthtulkam is certain to carry ........". ... C.I_ .t I.e..
\ : Could get away with every twenty-four hours I lanta. \ 'themto *aceees. KI..I KMr*; FUrlda.General '

You cto "carry on" with Prince Albert through thick and thin. helmet Three,thou averaging,"ipd flve elht hundred to a of county the*, Treasury department officials who frmrttr* Im all StateState ".. Uplje*

You'll be after laying down a smoke barrage, that'll make the will arrive at \he headquerteni *oen. hare sounded out the ._Uoaent of the Cnrta.

;, boys think of the old front line in France! -. and will be dl.t bute4. The exact has!* whole country are confident to lend that to their the W. B. Crawford (Lee Jarrel
; which theV will be awarded has people are willing
, P. A. never tires your taste because it has the quality I And, not upon yet been de -nnlned. b-t It will aure *- country for the purpose of flnlihlng cRAWFORD &: JARRELLATTORNEYSATEAW

.. let it slip into your think-tank thaTP. A..is made'by our exclusive the real wbrker* of a chance at the job and paying the war bill. They

patented that cuts out bite and parcEFassurance the nouvenlra. Hun helmets will dec understand/ the gigantic work that Is Offices: 4, 5., 6, and 7 Citiien
process still and the necessity ofbrlnrlng
a hotae In tbe South soon going< on. Bank Building
orate
many
'" that you can hit smoke-record-high.spots--seven: days out of In soin Instances they probably will the boy back home; of giving CUsfmme* Florid

every week without any comeback but real smoke joy I be conTerted Inlff cuspidors. the wounded mea that education
fir Loan and Instruction which will enable them
Preparation the Victory DR. W. W. CARSON

R. J. Reynolda Tobacco Company, Winaton-Salem.. N. C.Itt. are I'olnl' on raplUly probably, and will the find opening a big : to baa get atlll a freh a big start.talk before The Government lt.iand the DENTIST
21.
darr-APril Office
; over Pilley Building
are still lar< and -county expenditure
proportion of the *tat y i Offle Hear: 1-11..1.. _
for Immediate suDecriptlona. are far smaller In money-to say nothing oe... 'Phone 111 RMldcnc* 'Phom* Bt
ready
HOW. EX-CZAR DIED IS FINALLY" 'Ipatieff fronted with house the were same confined fate.the In Czar the, quota.* Thla will be especially,. eo tn'' of had more continued precIous lives So-the than If term the Oas A.mlnlt red T..tllLEWIS for Katraetlea: *J

the Czarina the Czarexitch the four cOlin lie. where the Individual quota war
: SHOWN IN OFFICIAL REPORT Grand Dutchesses Olgo, Tatjana i?'tPlD' t' being u. d. By thla plan every "Thsnkiglvlng Loan," may well be applied O'BRTAN .
Marie and Anatasia Dr. Botkin, alspa reldenfor the\county will he no- to thla. the last of the government's

.'- > cook, a kitchen boy, a maid, the tlfled,,before the opVnlng day. of what Invitations to its.people to leal AT1'ORNEYATLAWWarlne
(From Nw York Werld.) I|land taken into the country, where Emperior's valet and two lackeys, I be la eipected to *ub.crlbe. It la *.xI their money to their nation. __ '.
'Vancouver, B. C., April 1. -rThe I II ,they' were stripped of their clothing while Mile. Schneider, Countess Gen f BuncH....
following is the first offlcial and com and their naked bodies probably 'flung drikoff, Prince Dolgarukoff, General I t .
plete account of the assassination of down a mine shaft.The clothing was Tatischieff and two servants were im I Botkin. motortruck and Pat Jefcaatoa O. p. oarreM
the Czar of RUeliaand his family. It ,.then searched for valuables, and was prisoned. The remainder, including \ (heaped onto a large '
I The Czarevitch baralyied with Jtaken to the woods nine miles out- JOHNSTON GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW
\ gives! the results of the investigation I afterwards burned in an effort to Baroness Buksgevden
sent
were by
I' fear stood in stupefaction beside his side the city. Here the bodies were
-which has' been going on for months cover up all evidence of the crime. !train to Tumen and had twentyrfour
mother uttering no sound either in'supplication !tripped and 'the clothing searched
the_ direction of Admiral All this has been proved and the (
-
part-under
hours to make Office
their.-escape. protest be found 10, 11 and 12 Citlsen* BaakBuildlns
or while his !for anything which might
Kolchak, Dictator of the Omsk Gov- evidence is in the hands of the anti- I I During the 'confinement of the im'perial
three sister, the other Grand Duchesses of valuer Jewels sewn into the ;
.crnment in Siberia The article was Bolsheviki officials, to be given to the any '
family in the'IpatieflT house a 1t1..1....... ria.
sank relics
to the floor fainting. lining of the clothing, religious
written in Vladivostok by The World's world at what will be considered the .
double
wooden
high
palisade wa | Yurodaky drew hi* _revolver and and other personal trinkets, things
and time.
Siberian! correspondent was appropriate
i built all around -the' building --
1 ; and tlred-thrfirllt shot. A' volley followed with which the family had never
nailed .to Vancouver "after having The Soviets had prevlouiW-Oi.- ,
from the outaide no light could be
1 i and the reeled the stolen by the murderers.
prisoner to. parted, were
been the American cussed other of disposing of
approved by tenBy means
"een in the windows at night. '
ground. Where the bullets had failed The then into
clothing wcs piled
had
It
originally
the' .
imperial. family
.
i ( Wilfrid Fleisner'r jZ.)1., been planned to- wreck the imperial'I!.' Guard ef Factory Men. I to find their mark the bayonet put several heaps and burned. Buttons, .GDR6IJJI. PIER
-Thespecial guard -detailed \to. tbe.Ipatleft' .,the ,finishing1 touches. The mwsgrled' plli e.-; of garters,, :coreet.staystand4enyJew :
train cm from Tobolsk to '
the. .trip .
: :; Nicholas, Caxer: of.all the Itu..l"n., I, house consisted of 75 work blood of the victims not only-tovefW-! J J..w.ere':found '.among" the! ., .
> "was foully put to death-aftei4 torture Ekaterinburg. men taken from various'factories. Of ,' I
house in Ekaterinburg the floor of the room where-the exe- a.hllr1miJ! "bear the crlm testimony,
The
; at Ekaterinburg, and all hopes ,that Ipatieff these factories
{ -were'employees'of cution .took but in
place ran ..streamsalong Whether the bodies were thrown
or*_ entertained by his mother- the was requistioned by. the Soviets towards ,..in. Ekaterinburg. These men fprmed the hallway., down a mine shaft .buried Js, not SELLS
.' Dowager. Czarina, ...itingfor her son the end of'April, 1918, and on ,the interior" guard.- Avdieff, a, .work-1 I Robber '
I Stripped Bodies definitely known; a* they have notbeen'
\ 28. of I
in her Crimean exile, and all various April : Yakovieffracommissary man, nyas appointed commandant of I It is not known how many actually foundTb.. first supposition is .
Soviet was from Moscow Fire/ Life Accident and
dispatched
report of the ex-Ciar-'a survival of the house while Nimetieff, another took part in the murder The house credited as the most likely as there
biB imprisonment, trial and sentence to Tobolsk with orders to remove the! factory hand named chief of the
was of Lett
guard ten .were.among those are about sixty mUje pits in the -district
the.Bolshevik, based Czar to Ekaterinburg. He had no instructions Health Plate Liability
.
by
are garrison: Glass.
upon
who Bad ,
in
a hand the execution. Thefiring arid It would be almost impossible
to take the other members (I
faith which to I
has-nothing whatever Those
"confined -at
were not the outset
drawn
squad was in two to the bodies. The
justify It With the unhappy Nich- of the imperial family It wasas a submitted to hardShip up recover and Boiler Insurance.
any particular I I lines. There were about fifteen or murderers took to
',' every precaution
ola died his wife the Ciarfna his favor that he allowed the Czarine, the
; ; although
they were kept prison
in
eighteen men the front row, armed wipe out all evidence of their crime.
Grand Dutches Marie Nikolaevna and
Nil and, h.ire the young Cxarevitch, ers and were allowed only a regulation ,with revolvers; those in the rear Immediately after the murder the Legal Bonds Executed: /
Prince Dolgarukoff the
andbis daughters. to accompany walk twice a day in the garden .
rank carried
rifles and bayonets.After {guard was called -in from the exterior
,,' .' This h,s been officiallyascertainedby Czar: PrInce D llN'rukoft'wa.. not under the of sentinels. I
guard J the murders the bodies were of the house to wash up the blood Same Day Needed.
placed-in but
General1' the-Ipatieff house was
'Dietrich,
I
delegated by I
About July 8 or' 10 an event occurred .- There are traces on the flooir of -the
Admiral.Kolchak] .the dictator of Si- imprisoned. It was voluntarily that in the Soviet which was destined
and in the
where the
'beria. to assemble the 'evidence collected the Czarina accompanied the Czar. room hallway
to bring about a radical change TRAVELING NAN board washed with sand. .
by' the Ural Government. He Wanted to Stay to End. in the life of the Ipatieff house. The During were the five da'ys succeeding the OFFICE:'' Stall Bnk 'i.II'llr' ,
bat l .'en to me an unofficial statetaent She .believed .this was, tobe the'''nineteen Ekaterinburg workmen were
IS RELIEVED OFt crime, from JulyJL7 to 21, the .guard
of hi* nnding-ih'advance of'tbe end; and"felt-that her place:'; should be sent back 'to the factories and ten worked hard in the Ipatieff house to

(in publication the hand of of his the of Siberian flcial report authorlOmsk. now- next to the Em' * only that couurMMrffr--proinpt- tfurodsky "Jewish
reason
'I ; apothecaryT
which
All 'objects
had belongred to the .
l lti... .t I ed her- to leave the. Czarevitch ''Whowas" placed:Avdieff as commandan of the imperial faintly various ikons and J. W. THOMFSON
General >Dietrich secured his ill at the time. To bouse. From this date life
Mrv.ntland on became
HAD PAINS IN HIS 'RACK. JOINTS personal belongings were destroyed,
,th .
.proofs of murder 101 .the Romen-
M maid were allowed to accompany a nightmare to the .prisoners, who Funeral
.WERE
STIFF
AND MUSCLES Director
offs from four. distinct scarce, all the party. lived in constant fe.r of being executed
aereelng on all the main points. To The destinatio nol the travellers at any moment. SORE. DRECO. THE NEW REMEDY SK TEAR OLD GIVES

-.'clear up what few points yet remain- was unknown to them when they left The climax of the tragedy came in BANISHED IT. BIRTHDAY PARTY ANDLICENSED -
'ed the Omsk Government I-still' con.tinning Tobol.k.- .They did not know whether the early morning hours of July 17. ----.-. .
the ..nnltip on.. they were being taken toward VladUvostok Shortly before 2 o'clock five of 'the There isnt a town or city through (Written for Last Week.)
Tortured, \\Thea_ Slala. or Moscow. They believed principal commissaries of Ekaterin,out.Florida hardly but that someone Little Lola Peak, the .six year old EMBALMCR
The former.* Car and the member they were doomed-and hoped for thel burg entered the house, giving orders knew of Mr. J E. Wood, the popular daucfcter of Mr. and Mrs. William
', f hI. 'amU_ were killed on the nicht pressure of either the Allies or to' Yurodsky to awaken the Imperial '[salesman for Uggett A :Myers Tobacco Peaks, wa hostess' last Wednesday ten and
.. ;of'lut, 15-17 at 2 o'clock in the.mom- many to save them. > prisoners and.announce to them that Co. Mr. Wood resides at the afternoon to her friends M pleas Chapel., Stewart Aft..JDeaI. .

", .tag, in the Ipatieff house in Ekaterlnbnrg. On JUIHT 10 the remaining members their Use hour had come. iHillsboro Hotel' in Tampa, and it wa ant. party at her home-on Main St ..... .......
";, '*fa>ce .occtiftled l "2>y General of the imperial family were removed I It was not necessary to awaken.the{,in this city that .be first *eard'of thai I I'The I .little folks were invited for
.. Gaida of the Czecho-Slovak Army a* t bo Ekaterinburg. On this second Czar ,whose fitful,< fearing slumber'great remedy Dreco, which 'was ,de- the hour between' 4:80 and 6:30, .
..> ,;bl. headquarters. Following week train 'were.'the, Caarevltcb,.tbe.prand was }light and-who had already heard*stlned.t do-liim) 'so much good.- In 1]and they mad good.use of the time .
of mental and physicial torture,'dur- Duchesses Olga, Tatiana and Anastasla the .d..t..ofChl.; guard t H* ,reponded' -,'describing.hi experience:' he, Kays: ". I I with' outdoor game dear' to) the M. TILLER : :
teg which the Czarina and her daughter / Nikolaevna: ; three ladies- In.waiting. . immediately to',the'..umMon.to .|,l.1 ha.re suffered for .""year with hearts of children. Misses Ethel
were submitted to ,those fiendish Mile Schneider' Countess rise,, while the other members of[rheumatism. My Joints1 were''sore'' and-Grace_Gilbert assisted. 'in'directInjr Real Estate :Agency. |

attention which are' a part of -BolaJwryiam.the GendrikoflT and Baroness Bnksgev- his family were roused. Washing and' stiff and the muscleswere) sprf : their .port.' -_.._ ..._.. ...
: once imperial family dent Dr. Botkin, General Tatischieff and dressing hastlv they'came to the and drawn.' I could not stoop lover hater in the afternoon' they were
:was..slaughtered. Their bloody corp- .and. other ground floor 'at_ the brusquecall of I without pain,and climbiqg, stair wa* refreshed with ice cream, cakes and Realty bought and sold.
... loaded Into'a convtYance. The prisoners we1' not all con- !he commissaries! being'' assembled 1''always hard on me. Any quick torn peanut House* rented .

in one or tile rear rooms in the basement tent ,pains all through. me. loll kidney Lola received a number -ot very Taxer.mid-and Tid** veriBed ? ...
in house.' ( were out of order and wa*
the 'Her* theywere pretty prevent from her little
for nob-resident \ \
: lIn.edop' in a semi-circle ,along the constipated all the time.-I have ..taken friend and nests who-were'Joseph
0... "v.AG.a; :E&i wall ; the young GrandDutchess much medicine .but have never Jeffords, James, EarleLupfer) Margaret Fin. Life and AecUeat .laniraace ,. '. !
trembling* at :'the 'unusual nature of seen anything that went to the seat .and Mmle Watson. Emma ;

the orders given' and the, gloomy I Iboor. of-the 'trouble and brought instant and Lannie Woodall, Edgar Woodall
i Real Estate t and Insurance relief Indemnity Bond
Agency They-more than-inspected the as Dreco has. After. couple Marpret' and Mamie Turner, DorrU

.' I errand upon which' the commissaries. of days my 1 constipation "ws relievedand" and Jimmie Goodman Lucile and ....... .... ..............
had" come. my kidney*. acting better, and Nellie, Gilbert E., S.. HolUclaw J. J.
We **.. a well aelecte4J?.tunLl ropertie,-f they- continued .k improve daily. My ; I
v 'ari"me, > or ale. among wb eh Told on.,. Were t*:'Die. Griffin, Jr., Carolyn Griffin, Alt
if-. very attractive Farms, Ranches, Orange Groves, business Addressing' .the Ciar YuroTiicy, wumaU.m..vntirely.banl.bedandI Ruth Overstreet, J, B. and BelltrPadgett -
haven't in whole: .
a pain 'body.Dreco
building, and dwellingsall in Osceola County and my Carl Freeman and Eleanor
without
eacb proposition the least attempt to soften is a_ great remedy and' I shall .
:listed at it* minimum value; some' include: all necessary farm equTpiment. his announcement, stated, that they certainly breach it all over my territory. Joiner. t FRESH: FISHe
.: We also can offer exceptional bargains'In Xls imroee and St. mutt all die and at once. The revolution .'' PARTY FRIDAY NIGHT :
Cloud properties now ow,ied non-resident was in danl'ft', 'he stated, and When the kidneys become derang- '
by who
are willing to sell ....
0. .
the fact that they were still the_member eaand'faU to strain the poisons from FOR YOUNG PEOPLE -A N ,
at aacrifiee thus
offering an excellent:
opportunity to invest a little of the ;
once reigning house living -
the blood rheamatism
nrpfa'capitaljand' benelt| by the increase in values, which 1*, sure"i added -to that. danger. Therefor follow.-The, only way to is clear]very the apt system to Written: for last ......k.) -
'
i to "come, Call: .or wrlt.DI., jJ ...L. to. remove them ..* .tbe duty Clf all ;of rheumatism.is to- tre' ,the kidney MUs Freda SchweOcart: entertain ...OYSTERSl'
Russian patriots. Thus your life .is and bowel to. acting right, ed a Pty' ofyoung people at; her
,: EL A. S trout' Farm Agency Inc ended- ," he 'said "in conclusion. thereby eliminating the poison from home' Friday evening, .spending the .. ,. :. ... ,
: >v'j J. I am ready, : wat the simpU an the system,, for this Dreco, cannot be. time,.with game*'and sunusements.: '
a. WAGNER nouncement1 of the Czar while the excelled .Her" SIMON' MARTIN
p. Manager , guest* enjoyed dainty> sand .
J ""- < 'J i .,. \ - Cxarlna clinging to him, loosed .her All progressivedruggist*,'i WMll wiches,, cocoa' and candy. at the conctaslon *
-; .. 'i, .- ? ..FloridaM.I hold lODe enough to make the aim of, Dreco it'is .' iPhone; 3J3 ,
.JQd recommended Of the .
8SaIUIUCO.J' fun. .
? Mehly. , .. ,._.1
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NN '*plate account available of the exper. east quart.r lylna- West ef.the public Tears- '-- S ,
MEETING FLORIDA GI.1JeetloJlIe".... the. West '
7j
ienceo .of the belligerent countries in road. Ten Thousand': Dollars In Twelve
S TAKE half of the Southwest quarter the Tears. '< 1 .
MUST rehabilitating thei r .disabled.Accompanying . Southeast quarter of the Southwest. 'Thousand Dollar 5 In Thirteen S
"' STATE: PJRESS ASSOCIATION this'are.,.a asrles'otrehabitatlon quarter all that part of. the West half TT.n.
.- of the Northwest quarter lyingWest Ten
f6r Dollar In Fourteen
VICTORY LOAN Oft' "" .. ., monographs! our. own of the public road all that part of the Y.r Thousand! S
J' thiazgcuttv.'comthfttee .wounded and disabled men. Northeast quarter ef the Southwest Ten Thousand Dollar. in ?Fifteen -
A mectisfg- of -. --, From the agriculture departmentwe quarter lyingWest of the public road Tars. S

INJUREBUNESS of the; 'Florida Preia' Association Selection.of next meeting place. have the latest hand book of ag. all that part of the Southeast quarter Ten Thousand Dollars la Sixteen
of of .
the l. Section
lyingWest public roa< Tears.
., ,was bt.ld..at the. D U.nd Commercial AUtD. trip to.Clermont stopping at ricultural .tatl.tlc./also the Monthly Eight!
: _. Club: 'Frid y? ..fternoon.M. Montvcvd! *. Industrial School. ..Rafreshments. -,Crop Report, which -will he ..on..hand.at .Northeast- quarter, the Southeast ,Tears. . 'I< ,
'' ch 28; for' thrf purpose.- f irrangnjf "- .' yourlibrary..each month. quarterof the Northeast quarter the Ten Thousand Dollar la EighteenYeara. N
If Bank w..... Forced To Carry Whole Northwest quart, the South'' half .
.
the annual
program for meetrng 1:00-rLunchebn at Lake Highlands railroad
," Concerning .legislation. we and aH that part of the Northeast And Seven Thousand Five Hundred
Lean They Would Have N* to be held in Lake county this year.Those Country Club as guest'of' Clermont' have) two editions on remedial measures quarter""of the Northeast--quart.rI.la Dollar. .l.a Nineteen years.: "
: Chairman G. P.L.each West of the public ro.d. of Section The ..Interest and payable
Board of Trade.
k \ present>> .wr for the carrier containing testi! r.rlncIP.t
Lend -
Money To To Publlo Seventeen (IT) : all of Section Nine In scold or. Its .qul". .... Nat.,
:, ..--. " ''of.the LeesburgCommercial, ,4:00rGoodroada: lead In .every,monies -from, the Senate committee. teen ..US: the West 'half of the North.'i.t lonal Bank New York City N. T. }
Chria.r().- Codrlng oh' of the DeLand sectionAutos! at disposition. of all Use. 'your library; and help make east the Southeast quarter of Said Bonds-will not be sold for I... 'I
That th* Victory L.oan1llko It. fourd.c.uort. News togethe-e fUth Editor Miller to malte; tram, connect ions. it .-.- -<. .* the ::;' : ''quarter, the Northwestquarter than par. 'SA .
...-. ..... jtrow the South half and aUthai certified check for UOo.OO-,..' ..
; must,be a "people's loan" ofthe'; : EuslI.ak. Region, Editor S The public"is indebted to Mr. Skinner part of (he Northeast quarter of the hie to the Treasurer of the City of"\

Is especially stressed by Carter Glass. J, W. BeU mhe' Tavares Herald MISS GILBERT CELEBRATED for work !he has ao kindly done Northeast quarter lying West of the Kisslmmee, Florida, must accompany1'
Hon. CUt nce? E. Woodsand Miss public road of Section Twenty-one escil bid. .
.
: 'aecretary; of the treasury, in a statetment of the Mount Dora BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY free of charge in.order to keep the l1)e!.' the West half of the Northwest The rlirht Is reserved to reject any'"AddressaH
Edentuim Topic. ....-.:-- furniture ete.'Of the Hart Memorialin qu.rtu.. th., South half and air that '
to Ue publlot It 1. act to bea Dta, ot the. Meeting.The telegrapha'f' the good, condition. part of the North-..half of the North. bids to the City Council
( > date of the meeting at The clas-s in east quarter lying; West of the pub"oroad of the City of Klsslmmeex., SCaPS
> Th .was
L 'b&a.k.ep oas. nation's. buslness ..
and few. CI..rk.
Western office
Union a .of Section Twenty-seven (IT); of J. R Gilbert. City
situation depentiis upon >a w14e the augfeestion of President R. W. friends assisted. Miss Ethel: Gilbertto 'I'I. Subscribe for the Valley Catette.Colda sIt 'ol' Section.Twenty-nine cn), Thirty (SEAL) J- ROILBERT.
Storf*,' of the Florida Press Assocla- <(<$0)), Thirty-one 1 (11)) and Thirty.three 14-4t7<< Clerk. City 'of Kiusimmee.NOTICE .
a .eU.tribuUon. as possible; of the Vio t\\t>'n. set at -time after the adjournment celebrate her birthday anniversarySunday Intloetiza (33)1 the West half of. theNorthwest '
and
tory bonds.: . of the. legislature and Thursday afternoon by hiking', to Bar. Can*. Grip quarter the Southeast. TO' COWTRACTOHS.
: and returning to townin Tailet quarter of the Northwest quarter, the
beau's
Island LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE: reiaev the
The banks it Is pointed out muat be Friday and SaturdayJune 12, the home of Mr. **.. Southwest quarter: all that part of I Sealed bids will be- received by the _
time for lunch at There "Brase uoise.F. .
y to causa- Is only cue the Northeast quarter 'lying West of Klsslmmee '
.left-free advanoe Money tof bualnesapurposef 13 and 14 are selecte&Following' ; City Council of the City of q{
la the and Mrs. B. M. Hall! on .Mabbette .W.GROVES-Usatnr*oo.....-aa. the.public .roadand all that part of County of Onceola State' of Florida
ilp the merchants. andx&anufacXurers'and program adopted trawl- -- I I" .. the North half of the Southeastquar- Hall In Klsslmmee. Flor-
the City
-- ,, .., ... _.... at
the il for. the.meetlngt I t..P. .an" .11 'h.t n. 'h. "' .h Friday. April 18th. -
farmers. all the the celebration da, until 7:10 p. m..
Those enjoyinjr : .
LeeabufsThursday Juno 12. Quart.rtN'; .';;. quarter ly> dredging of sprroxlmately
.. for the nlllns.by
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banks' money Is tied up )in Ioaz-.to_ &.00 (Open session. were: Misses Clalr Hathaway Ruby LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Insr West 'Of the -public road, of Seetlon. .' 100'a ,..... of lajd.. the ..
the government It .. tapds to reason a. m.- Whidden, Nell MSlone Ethel Gilbert .... Thirty-five fill; all .In TOWN. instruction of a Fishing and "
Address of welcome by W. R. Van- ;----- ..
SHIP pock
TWENTY-EIOHT: (tS> SOUTH lost Basin and a Conm( rcta.r-
that there will behoie Messrs..
left to I lend Mrs. G. M. Sherouse.
Santo mayor of Leesburg.. and I. CI.-...... e.t. SCale ef Florida. Keveatk OFJIANGH THIRT-E-ONB; tll) BAST.Allof and other .work for the Improvementof
on crop. It would mean "tlfht money;* Response R. W Storr president S. Baker Will Maeon"Ti11 r and Roy ....1..1 Clrreil.... 0.1.' S fractional Sections: One (I). the lakeshore of Lake TohopekaU. '
S I.. Two (2) and Three (3)> : all I of Section of Klsslmmee Florida,
which means high Interest rates and Graves. |I Ces.Cr. Cka.cer7.. ;.'Itl the City S
of. the Florida Press Association. ? Four <4); the Bast-half of the--North. according; to detail plan and specification S

refusals to extend notesHtnd a general Reports of Officers. The Waters ft: Carson Orocery Com west quarter the' Southwest quarter adopted by the City Council
hardship upon the men who depend 10:00 a. m.-Leave Lake CrrUWn CHRISTIAN CHURCH* I I I pan)'. a Corporation. Complainants.' and the Kast half of.Section Five ClI.; and now on file In the City Clerk's of-
the Nprtheas't quarter of the Northeast
_
'"B. Ccc.
upon the banks to assist. them In carrying dock for bpat trip to Treasure Island I l1:00-B nday. School. T. L. Curry and Viola C Curry hIs! quarter of Section Seven (7); Each proposal rnust be .accompaniedby

S on business and agriculture.! and fish fry, as the guests of E. H. 1200Sermon. wife and Charjes P, Dow and Caroline .. Lot:On* (1) of Section Kleveh (11)i: a certified cheque Issued by a Stateor
Mote. 7:15-Y. P. S. a': E. I I H. Dow his wife. Defendants.It the fractional I Northwest quarter of National Dank, and payable at
the Northwest quarter of "Section, sight to the' order of the City of KIs*
8'tiO; p; m.-Informal ball in honorof 8:30-Sermon. appearingby affidavit appendedto Fourteen (14) : and all of fractional slmmee for the sum of One Thousand S SDollar.

visiting press, at Leesburg Board: Prayer meeting each "Wednesday the bill as tiled In the above stated. .'Section Fifteen (16 : all In TOWNSHIP .. 1000.00. Bald proposal, t3J
of Trade. I evening at 8:30. L. A. S. each Thurs-,cause that Charles P. Dow and CarolineH. TWENTY-NINE ((29). SOUTH. must be presented In a sealed envelop.,
.. Dow, his wife, two of the defendants. OF RANGE THIRTY (10)) EAST. indorsed to the City Clerk and nark "
-- Friday...June 13. day. herein named, are non-residents of All of the aforesaid lands containing ..d "Proposal" for Ksslmmee| BulkheadImprovements.

9:30: -Auto trio around the--Loop' JuniOr-.c...._ each Sunday at 3:39p. the State of Florida and are residents In the aggregate twenty-flv thousand ." i>\
of the Shady Dells. of the State of Massachuaettsand. three hundred and thirty-nine Certified cheques.of\ all' r nuccess-
.
m, will returned demand
,- and. sixty-four one-hundredths (S623.64) ful bidder he on
whose address Is
10 State Street,
10:30-Leave Lake Harris dock for Young Ladies' Circle meets each -In the Ctty-ot Boston, State of Massachusetts scresrmore or I..L, also the cheque of the successful .
-
boat ride to Eustis 18 miles across : and each- are-ovev-4he oftwentyone Lot Three II) of Section 0) TOWN- bidder on execution of the contract ,
:
second ; age
Sunday. -IIP. JrWENTY-EIQHT_ CtS) SOUTH *
the lake through Dead river guests It I. therefore 'uTbrad.r' -
years: ordered JTheQ1u'o '
S
.
OF RANOE THIRTY (10) BAST ... blcl4.will ;
of citizens of Eustis.- C. W. B. meets the first FridayIn that said non-resident defendants ; sixty-Wye' and sixty-three containing one. be required to rive abond equalto

__ __ Euatls.- Friday March 13.I each mouth.Church be and are hereby required to appear hundredths (S.6.SS) acres, more or I twenty-nve, per cent (3q.C.) ,el.th*
to tHe bill 6f
flIed In
complaint Lot One li' Tin amount of his or their bid"or bid.,
Section Six
( )
1:00 Luncheon at Eustis
: guests Board meeta first Sunday aid before
cause on or Monday. the TOWNSHIP TWENTY-BIGHT lellll'j such bond to b* satisfactory to the
of the city of Eustis. S afternoon each >norith. 6th day of May.A.. D. 1B18. otherwise SOUTH OF H NOm \ City Council. '4
3:00-Auto trip to Mount Dora. the alleiratlonns of said bill will betaken (SI) HAST containing sixty and The City Council ressrvs the rls-at _,
You .arecoriafly l invited to our aa confessed by said defendant.It to reject any and all bids.Copies '
ty-elKht one-hun1redthe (60.SS) acres,
3:30 Lake trip from Mount Doraas
: Is further ordered. that this order less. 01. the plan. and specifications
more or
guesta of the Mount.Dora Yacht services. be published once aweek for four consecutive Lots One <(1), Two (I). Three' (I) may b. obtained for the sum of
Club. to Tavares; refreshments byTavare. 814!. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. weeks In the Klsslmmee Valley and the East ha f of Section One (1) : Five Dollars, (SS.OOfrom) Alan J.llacDonounh .
Board of Trade at pavilion. Gazette a newspaper' published in Town.hlp.T..nt.nlne' (SI) South of City Engineer Klsslm i
said County and State. Range T nty.nln. (J') E..t Lot. mee, Fla, or may be examined. at the
;
Don't Forget the 'Rrofl! Boat trip to Tavares to Eustis thru' HART MEMORIAL NOTES. This April fnt 1515. (1). Two (2) and Six, C8) and the East office of the Engineer. .\
I I OVERSTREKT. F. H. LA WSON. \
the beautiful! Dora ..Canal.SiSO half ot the Northeast quarter of Sec i itlon '
The need for the billions the Victory to 10:00 p. Reception at Late government publications received (SKAL) Clerk Circuit Court Twelve' (IS). Township Twentynine President of the City Council \
KR1BHH. AKERMAN" STEED J. :R. GILBERT. City.tI..rk.. ..
bond will big I. plain to anyman at the Public this (IS) South of flange Twenty-nine .
Eustis Yacht Club pavilion; refresh Library Solicitors for Complainant. l -6tNOTICK (29) East: 'the Southeast quarter of ALAN J. MacDONOUOH. 5
who atop to think, The war I. ments. Address by Dr. Lincoln Hul- week. include: The Evolution of National -- the Northwest :quarter Southhalf 14-Ct. City Bna-lneer. S.

not over though the actual fighting ley president of Stetson University.Eustis Systems -Vocational Reeducation OK Flaal ADMINISTRATOR.! of Section . -odlW( Township I. Clreeri Crar evealk J.CIeIaI
Ker
baa ceased. The bill. are still running Saturday. June 14. of Disabled Soldiers. and Sail. UlMaarseIsi > Twenty-elttht (18) South of ('1..1.. C...ty ef o..pe.. ... a
Range Thirty (SO) Eaatrhe W..th.1t
up. Millions of men are still In uniform 9:30: -Auto trip to Tavares. guestsof ors. C..rt .. ("..aty ....Ir.. state ..fKlerlsa. of the Northwest( quarter of Sec tale .f n....... *

drawing pay and food and clothp.ng. the citizen. of Eustis. This volume. which was prepared Oereolsi Ceewtr. tion Five (6) : the North half. theSouth..t d

The Secretary ot. th.-"Treaauryecla. Tavares, Saturday June 14. by the Red Cross Institute for crlp-I I I. .. Rs.a.e ef BsUly O. TatB.... of the Southeast qu.rt..r/.nd/quarter the West and' half the. VALIDATION SUM OF T.BOO.OO.OF BONDS. CITY IN OF THH KIS- '

....: 10:00: a. m.-Business session in pled and disabled men, and Notice Is hereby given to .all whotr. Northeasti. quarter of the Southeast S1MMEB.' FLORIDA. A MUNICIPAL
contracts Tavarea public school.auditorium. the Federal Board of Vocational Educationisprobablythemostcorn It may concern that on the Z6th diy quarter of Section Six (6); the West ..CORPORATION.vS: .
"Government cannot be .
repudiated.
of October, A. D. ItlP I shall .
apply to half of the Northeast quarter, and the I
The goods must be paid for Election of officers for the ensuing the. Honorable T. M. Murphy. Judge of Southeast quarter of the Northeast. STATE OF FLORIDA. ..
4in
_.. .. ._. ._. ,. .
-------- ---- " said
4n fulL'Our shipbuilding activities Court aa JUdge of Probate f"r quarter and Lot. Two (S), Three. (S)
my Anal discharge us Administratrixof ant four (4). and the North half of Lot Not lee .. Bhew e.....
must be carried out." "What Is Your Life? '.' I the. estate ot Emily 0: Tat man. deceased One (1)). of Section Seven <((7)< ) : Lot. One To the Taxpayers and Cltlsen of the
; So. It can easily be .een'-tbat the ; and that at the same time I (1) Two (S). ;Three (3)) and Four (4)and City of Klsslmmee, In the County of
i I will present to said Court my final acI North' half of Section Nine (S) : Osceola.and( State of Florida .
lob I. not finished. What would yoikbink I counts aa admlnlatratruc to said estate, Lots One (1). Two (S). Three el)) and You are hereby notified and required -
of a farmer whobuilt him a What l is your life, that which), 'we hold so dear and ask for their. approval, the North' half of Lot Four (4) of to show cause If any you have before -'. <
With which there's nothing elst that can ? I Dated April $rd. A. I> HI II. Section Eight (8) ;.' Lot Four (4) and his Honor. James W. Perkins.at n
the foundations
house putting
laying compare
I A-L.MA. T. MORRISON. Five U) and the West half of the his office In DeLand. Florida, or
op the walla, ceiling the rooms-nd Made up of joy and sorrow, hope and fear; . ] -o-a-mo-6-mo.. Administratrix... Northwest quarter. of Section Ten wherever the Judge may be on April 4'
forgetting the roof? Of mirth and misery:! of love and care- (10); all h.I"o Township' TwentynineJ the 14th 1.1&. at 1SO p. m.. or as soon
A mystery of conflict and strife; AN ORDINANCI&A ( > S Range Thirty (SO) East, thereafter a* same can be, beard why
Th. roof will not be pat on our national peace containing tnree thousand end seven. the bonds In the above mentioned ao-

house until the Job I. finished The Soul's sojourn within body-life.. Ordinance to Repeal Section S..-of ty-Ova. and] .seven-tenths ((.076.7) tlon should not be, validated and confirmed .
S the Revised Ordinances of the City acr.... more or I.... according to- the statutes" 'In
aDd the bills paid. Also sit of -tx ts One (1) and Two such cases road. and provided.!
Life is the, time we spend jipon this earth Relative to the Duties of the City > ;
The campaign for Victory bond. will Where character develops day by day; S Clerk. .(I) of Twenty-etirht Section Thirty-six
begin.on April 2L The exact detailsof Where life eternal has (its sacred birth .. BE IT XtRDAIICED BT THE COUNCIL :Range Twenty-nine (U) East, and all

the Issue have i\ot yet been announced To sanctify these bits of mortal clay, : r OF THE CITY Of KIB8IMMKB of Lot Three (3). Section Thirty-si or APPLICATION roe r TAX

bOt It I. considered" certain Transplanting within us that life divine. I FLORIDA. (S(), Township Twenty-ela-ht (18) DEED
.South' of U
Section 1. That Section 56 of th" Range Twenty-nine ( ) NOTICE R'i'T
that the bonds will be mad. an unusually ':: Revised Ordinances of the City of East, except commeoctnsr at the IS H. GIVEN THAT.

attractive Investment, Life ia an impulse, we are driven on :. ;* .; ;Klss4mme, FlorId., of December 1st Northeast corner of Lot Three (S), Aaron :Reaves.of Tax and Certificate Rather 'M-.No.Reaves.'71., .

By something bidden dep within ,the soul: ""of J.A. ,;,.{1/itf j"f ,11118.,' relative to collections for water run thence of( said,South Lot1 to:Three the- Southeast(1)1! thence corner dated purchasers the. Srd day of'July, A. D. 101.'

Irs power is felt from childhood's! early dawn""":iJ ; ,1" and lIght charges by the City Clerk, West fifty (SO) feet thence Northto has tIled said certificate In my offlc,
ibeand. the Is
same hereby
S To age' sunset where reach the goal. ', 1 ; repealed the North line of Lot Three (S and ha* mad application tot tax deed.
"BET RICH QWCKrr. we r, "I' ) and henceforth of 'no fore and effect ); to Issue In accordance wltb. la...
It may selfishness, ambition, pride ', I\:\ JL, i The City Council shall by resolution thence .Easterly to the point of be. Said certificate embraces the.-follow.

Of loving service that our life doth guide :' :......<, adopted by a nalorlty of It. --members .being; .reserved. The said for the described exception of 1_. described property situated laOsceola
constructing
HOT AFTER 'MtJBERTYiIONDS. -. S have the authority appolnt a water" thereon purpose County Florida, to-wlt:
and light coIlecTortar City of .KIssloimee ; a tramway'or- of of See-
Be. BW cor. BE 14. NBK.
,
Life is an action, we sire never still: ,. i. S ; to tlx' his .alar,.,, ....erUM road. which. If not- built-- altobere-. don SO. Township k* 8out.....R.nc. S.'- -.

> A record we are making of our stay hi* -dtttlea. and fl. th. amaunt'-of' his ''I by. Also Included.cii of Section. Thirty-two- (Sf) JEasc!: j-run. north, T chain. East: :14.

-.- Some sort of words or deeda our moments fill. bend, with full power to dlacharceMinn . except the> Northwest quarter of. ihe chvlnuth 7 chains. Wsst-10 .b.aln..
Tlflit7ceUsQti uT
.
sad .
water >for neg The said iandV beta* sesMa tMdateor
And we are ahown.J what we do and say. \. lect of duty or for the commission of I.outhesitquarter B. of the laid Sectionill : ,Issuance '01,. said certificate I.It. *

Tit thus expressions of our hearts are passed, : ..U. acts,wWch..Jn.the.. (u Inloa,of .the I $( )of twenty-two. JOI1. Eighteen(IS), 'TwentyeJfchtSS Ur. TwentrSO ... na .*' of: Un now..?.Unlssct said.. '
e.ret..bN.W.rbe. ... iip'4srsS : And it's by these-w shall be judged at last. Councfl. would wrrantjbls ... ( ) and Thirty and all of Sec- certiflcate .hlI be r.deeme4 .11._....'
flKO W. FOX.. (101' lag to las. taz' 55s4 ..... e..r_
;Te Keep .....* Or sell Only, Te ATTEPBT: Pr ,Slaen' at the CounciL Township Ion Thirty-four:Twenty-elrht all(II)belnc Boulh.ollance In .9" the lUb daY or Apr.1 A.. D. ..... .

.... .. PlItb4e .ash OretUssa '. Life's a pursuit, we're never satisfied: :S .:, ri.- 3. IL ?GILBERT- ,lt- Thirty-one) (II) East, jpontalnnffMseoordlos (1IAL. ).. I, L. OV1R8TREET., : : : 5'
: ; "-r1Ietbifllr..rer.b. \ .jud ?? S ',ft._ -... '(8XAL). 5 ; to the 1J" t.a, States )_. .. 01 'the Circuit C"","., .o.e-lA, ,.J ;
Yni.Ossaay S : ; .
: A....... by W. Z; TEED! Government aurvey% four thousand Danty. Florida It-it. : .
W* would not in the present :atate abide .. of'l XS-it. of the of '
4 Mayor City Klsslmmee.IfpTICB fix fcxMfed a*** vend4lrtsnonbundredtbs *- - .
'be 6I __ i*.* t'"k W.rspeseae.o' telargu- things and more. I ;' (4 Oi.lSl ...,r... .. ieii, () .co' ..._tltcau. -
In lIb great wisdom God has planned it ,r , or MASTER'S BALK. S, Totnthev.-wiU.ij.il ao4rslna-ula.. th.tenements . .......,lee Oe--v,V-
-r deslrcsi U.get .ick .nriekusta 5 so. :I ""'; hereditaments, riparian t, P'tertda, ..)n tba.ssv7., -

oTOwr. puxrte ... Life is a power be it bad or good 5 j " and Notice by virtue'Is hereby of given that under rights belonging and all.r appurtenances in -..,,_le. appertainInir thereunto -. Orde. tee Csotssi* v*>.isnSes., \
certain
-.7s aeoammlat stock laeft -r- a. decre* made and the rent and Issue thereof '. --- \'!'
It'. Influence ia felt by all around. J and entered
(bIDa (rasa O 'I.' .."'" .. aVCrMaar The mark it leaves where on earth it stood j"I I I A. D. UU. .by.on'Honorable the.IathdagofMareh.:Rhydon M. i and equitable every right, of, 'title the or defendant Interest le..alor the! ICAL AMERICAN: COKP.A.NY'.1 A AaRlCULTORAL-CHKM corporation or.nanlsedani ..S \

--r4.b.r.- .'I1aOI'LAMr. 'Srp.tita0. .. -- -By.generations.after will be-found. -_ :_ ._ j"j"j.__ the Call.-United Juds-.-of the" In District Court of .aid Mortgarof, or. In and to the same. ,exist Ing under. the.. Law*" "'.
States and for the It being th Ji Intention to Include allof of the State of Florida.Complaisant, "
revad On unwritten be' .
ageata going helplnf history's will Southern-District .
many page ; of Florida, In Cluln.1 the lands known as the Canoe ,s. _,-I'( -
others ..- aaake their fortune overal.ht. .a Your name, to stand for all etrenity. cery, In a certain cause therein Creek Pasture located In said Osceola B.! I* LESLKT; and JKNNIB! K.' LE8LEY .'

Their prey la the Uaerty bends S . I I.__-" .4 Company ing1. wherein a corporation., Georgia., etc.Farm.and Loan other I County:; Any; Florida.or ,corporation, ' Intending his ,wife, and H.. M, TEBN.,,De*. 5.

held by almost every. loyal eltlsesi lathe Life ia a school to which each: one must go. a are Complainants and kiasimmee I t bid {.rb" sale must deposit with TO fendants.H. M. STEE :' '. ....

cov.at". .. They de net ask for With' lessons new for us to learn each day.It'a . Cattle Company., a corporation etc., I the Special! Master a certified check You are h.r.by.requlr.cI to appear
Is .
defendant, the undersigned as .Special payable to. his. order. upon a bank or to the bill of complaint filed herein
j joifetgnd cares its pleasures and its '
money-thy will awap anything for woe, :Master will offer for sale and -will trust company of approved standing against you In. the above entitled
It'. fall and its triumphs work and sell.at. public .... 'Hundred
tx nds. : re play outcry the highestand In the sum-of Twenty-Bye cause on op before tb. 14th'day of
> Make-up courses o 'ftraijning to prepare beat, bidder for cash' before She I (SISOO.OO- Dollars before said ...1... April, A. D. 1919. .
Secretary of the Treasury Carter Western door of the Osceola County the amount so deposited to be credited The Klssimmee Gazette 'Is
"Us for life ''I Valley-
better share.
a some day to S .
Court House, I.. the City of Klsslmmee bid of the successful bidder
Glass has Just Issued a statement ntothb. hereby designated .. the. newspaper
Osceola County returned the unSuccessfulbidders. "
Florida within and to In which this ordeV shall be published
warning the public agalaat tie-unscrupulous the legal hours for Mon.' .
SAnd public sale on
Life is a trust committed to our care once a week for' four consecutive
whe offer te trade day the 5th day ot May. A.. D. 1911 CHAS. B. ADAMS w..k.
persons not out own to do with as we ch ose. .S all the following described property, Special Master WITNESS hand and the seal of. S'-
worthless stocks for U..rtbo.d.., We are the stewards, life 'the treuUTfl//rare S situate, lying and being In OsceolaCounty. 5_ J. L'EngloCarey. 1>. Landls and said Court, mx at Klsslmmee, Osceola

and against those shark," who at. Entrusted to our hands for us to UH, / Florida to-wlt: Telfalr Knight. Solicitorfor Complainants. County Florida, thisllth day ot '
S Lots One 0), Two U). Four (4) and I
tempt to persuade bondholders te part S To spend and give in service glad and/iree, t S the South half ol.Section On. ((01); all March A. D..1.1919.... OVER8TREET(

with their beads at.> price far below And then. return to God in purity. of Sections' TWO (2)) and' Three (S) NOTUCEtI" KXKCUTOH Clerk Circuit Cpurt,' Osceola County,
knowsthat .. I ; all that part lying East of the canal Fee ,FI.al Discharge) Florida. -r
par. Every: business man field.Here1 S of the South half of the Southeast 5- ._- ----- (SEAL) By a K. BULLOCK. D, CLANDia
Life conflict battle) .
with 'l.a adjustment of business is .a one great ., quarter of Section Eight (I) ; all of I. Comrt .1 ('...t, Judge, Oseeela FISH A HULL. '
bonds will be ,laws of death contend with laws of life Section Nine U)1 the Northeast quarter .-..' ty. Stale of KlerMa. Solicitors for Complainant. iStt.NOTICK :
conditions liberty S TS rouse that precious soul its will to :yield- . I the\ Southeast quarter of. theNorihwest la re ISatate. of'lewis II. Cvheoa. .
worth full faceaiis.o1ibe open market. quarter. and the South half ". OF KXKCUT.OR.tfmr {
Arid force enter in the atrlf -S
.
unseen of Section Ten(10)) all of Section Notice Is, h..r.'b'Iv.n. to whom It
;
for (
i should ..ll a bond Vtmmt Plsefcars) ,
and nobody S It is the of against the right .. Eleven Twelve IS). Thirteen SKth of
war wrong >,... ,,. (11). ( may concern that nn the day S -
less than Its full valaa-except la case, S Where God and Satan enter in the fight. S (IS), Fourteen (14) and FIU.eft..IU). September A. D. IllS-" I will apply to I. Cevrt .f Cmaty <...*.. 'C...,,, ef
of absolute necessity. Even then -he and Sixteen (IS) ; nil that part of Sections the_Honorable T. ),f. Murphy Judge Osreola. State .( "'1 rI... SIs
Seventeen (17)); Nineteen (IS), of said Court a* Judge* o( Probate .
should take It to reputable bank. Life is. a period, it la but a day ; and. Twenty ISO lying east of the oa- tot my final discharge a. Executrixof r. Rstate (,..._ 'W.- Lill7.S .'.
consult a banker la whom he baa coattdeace The-rising and setting j>f the sun. - '. nal; all' of Sections Twenty-one (SI), the estate of Lewis H. Cohoon deceased Notice Is hereby given to all whomIt
S IS SS and that at the same time I \
Twenty-two ( ) Twenty-three ( ), j
,
that th Sls day
concern, s> *
and take his adviee. Usually -' Tis like the. midst that quickly away may g
paases
Twenty-four l4), Twenty-five (Z6). preIPnt-my--fiiraF: aeclHtFlx.'outrlx of A. n: 111*. I shall apply to the
'It Is' possible to' borrow me&ey on A few swift steps and its short race is run.. S Twenty-six I
bonds at alow rat* of latereat Only an hour in which we may prepare ..,,. Twenty-ela-ht ) and tY"1'1 approval. < Court. a. Judge of Probate, for my IIn,
Liberty Dated llth. 1tl'
(U): all of the East half Of- the th- February Bxecntrlx of the estate!! '
from 'toil and al discharge SB : :
For Jife eternal free care !
SARAH A. COHOON.
The interest 'otmpons will pay a large east" quarter the Southwest t..r of James W. Lilly deceased aDd that
S I JS-o-a-m-6m. Executrix
SS of the Northeast quarter. the Northeast
the leak coat the. SS at tbs same time I will.present my fln*
pert et this making Life Ian want, it; is so incomplete; : j quarter of the Northwest!! qu..t.r..nd. al accounts a* Executrix of said estate, .' '
... __ very Uttl. and he will stiltS Dependent upon God and fellow-men: S the West half of the Northwest NOTICE' FOR BIBS.' - and ask for their approval S

-,' retain ownership In his bonds Man 'does not know how to direct his feet, 'I., -: S all quarter of Section of Section Thirty-two Thirty-one(It). Thlr(SI) :,.I .Notice for Bids for Municipal Bulkbeading Dated February ALICE 17th.: WLDER A. D., 111'' ''

The Treaaary Departaseat la laklag Such wiedom is beyond the human:--ken; .--*" -- .-ro-' ty-three (II), Thlrty-fc SO.. Thir., Bonds Issueof 1919 to be Issued 1-a-moj-S-mos.. Executrix

every possible step ,to protect the interests W. need a counselor a savior, friend < In ty-five TOWNSHIP(II) and TWENTY-BIGHT Thirty-six U.) ;(3 all*) by. the -City of Klsslmmee. Flor I --. .

: of Liberty bond owners and To guide and help us to the journey's end. I I S SOUTH pr :RANQB1. .THIRTY (SO) Ida.Notice Is hehebrgiven that, pursuant 1'1' 6yicsB S or Final ADMINISTRATOR.D_......)

to trtng. to Justice those peraoas -. t BAST, to a Resolution adopted ;'by the "'
expecta hour . AU or ot-Two (I) lying Wet of Council of the City: of Klsslmmee the ..a..I.t:
ef Ce.Ir.*
.,.. who s e.k to defraud patrletle Life Is a choice, each day and every the public road all of Lots Three' (S) ISth day of March. A. D. 1919. the I. Ceeir srSerlsa. Oece.la te: ..tF'J.
Americana of their Investments. We stand before the parting of the ways; SAnd and Four (4). all that part of the said Council of the City of Klsslmmee

each decision made will have its' power Southeast. quarter of the Northwest will receive sealed bids for the purchase ..* Estate ef Sarah ... AsUibkNotice
each choice make in coming daya. S quarter lying West of the public roads of 1(7,500.00 worth of .Ix per Is hereby given to all whom' .
Upon we and all that part of the East half of cent. Municipal Bonds, at the cL.cw.cr110. 's
Choose Christ to be Savior let Him flit ...... It may concern that on the SOth day
your ; r. the Southwest quarter and all thatpart In the City Hall. KI..I. A. !>. JU' I shall apply
SUBSCRIBE .FOR THE IkiSSIMMEEVALLEY | You. with the''grace to alwayh choose) lila' wilL of the Southeast quarter lying Florida, at 7SO: p. h.on Friday, the tothe September Honorable T.-M. Murph .'Judireof .
West of road, ISth of
I I' I the public of Section day April .. Court .. Judge of ProbatetoPmy
S Six (SIt Lots One (1). Two AZETT'Eud Life is a prospect far beyond the sightOf .. ( ) and Four (4). the East hILlf of the the denomination of II,000.90 each, flnVl estate discharge of Sarah .1. Addis,'deceased!
faIth! Northwest quarter the East half of and'one Bond of the denomination of the
human eyes sees the things sublime. 1 . S :". and that at the same time I will .*
.
'Southwest quarter the West half ISOO.OO bearing Interest at the rate nf-
: Beyond the valor of .hadow-there i. IIChtt ... '-.. '. I of the Southeast the South' of six annumr Int.r..tt.07Iiun.u cot to said Court my Anal ": asAdministrator
Oseeela : pa&\--4.nt
aD the of l . -. quarter per
let news : of Bald and ask
state
after time. Iflvfl1We 'rr ,
.
L J Eternity will f0119W' east.quarter of the Southeast qu..rt.r.t" ., payable and maturing
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RATE $Z.OO.PER. YEAR S In-11i" own likeness,'and be' satisfied. Northeast quarter. and all. that part Ten Thousand Dollars l Jn Ten Years, O. WAQNER. .1
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PIN DALE ITEMS RUPTURE EXPERT HERE '

C Farmers are busy; the weather is 8 K' YOUR "

fine, but' growing crops would dp SeeleV, Famous la Tbia Specialty. ;
better if we had tome rain. However Called to Klsslmmec.

-' the work goes on with a good JJD9OK. BEST
,showing for a coming: crop. F. H. Seeley; :t'Chicago and Phil r ,
J. V. Trego is buy, fertilising and adelphia the noted,truSI expert, willpereonalSybr

q v ... cultivating hie'corn.- at the Graystone Hotel' FRIEND ,
> W. II. Jones is planting Ills grove j and. will remain in Klssimmee jthia If ; r..

t', cow peas, ,soy. .beans and 'other,coming Wednesday, only April 16, \
i ,,' ; ... field crops. j from 9 a. m.. till I 5 p.,m. Mr;"S eley ,
-.- THEUNIVERSAL' CAW -' Mrs. H. G. Siever' and- Mrs: Gabe says: "The Spermatic Shield will not 'f
1 Siwer and,, babyl' took, A pleasant ride only retain any case of ruptureper-
through nter HflvAn.nimfrrv tectly. but .contract. the .ArtAnlni In t

The Ford Motor Company!. have. jnstru.ctedus. } \ .-:Arthur. Jones and family-Wf''i1wi last 110 days ,on, the',average-.:jue.--" 'This ;! ; '1
' Sunday. instrument received ,
'R 4 ..to. sell.!the .genuine Ford Parts'to any and H. G. Siever and Mr. Miller were {''in England and in',theyonly Spain producing reward :
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3 .. Orlando callers Tuesday. results without surgery, injections, i
every, reliable. :Garage who will pledge their use Dr. Conner's potatoes and benns medical treatment ',or' prescriptionI *.- _
k t are looking fine I Mr. Seeley has documents from the I
j in the repatf of Ford can., The genuine Ford .11 r. A.'S.' Nelson and a representative ({United States Government;;Washlng-

of the Paustian Realty Co., of ton, D; C., for inspection. All charity i
P Parttare absolutely !1eceisa'ry tot t thee ownerr of Kansas City, were doing business in '''cases without charge, or if any ins!' ;

Ford cars that he full service. our oieighborhood i a few days ago.( :|trested call, he will be glad to show What Matters
may get from his Mrs./ tolnnd and others have com same without charge:: or fit them ifddesirgd. | .. F
plied with the 'law and had their cat Business demands prevent > ,
car. We carry them and sor we hope,in'a short ,tie dipped!) although they'were. free 'stonoing, at any other place] in this ):i N'

$ time _will-every reliable Garage. We solicit I I of tick*. 'section. ,-If everybody. on earth turn from you, ;if you have a bank book it.. '
your Mr. Lewis Durham -arid family and P. S.-Every statement is this nnI :.
Mr. J. A, McCplloujfh andfamily! dice has been perilled before* the< Federal .
service business
because have the I '
we Fora Methods ,, IT AND ALL IT REPRESENTS !
j with well filled & askch. hiked Out to and State Courts.F. II. Seeley., WILL STICK

@ the Ford Parts the Ford Mechanics and Hammock.,!! .Grave--Sundry. . ; A picnic: ,1 TO YOU THROUGH THICK AND THIN
juiniier nnu a ramble in the '
grove'was concluded. also
\ They
{ the :Ford prices. Incidentally would be :made the day seem only .tod short,, nlnence regretthe. "
of'Hon.
\ glad to .' [ C. E. Yowell, Sup'eiintendent
{especially to the younger<< But
don't
set. Night:' of I'ubjic (n t''uction.' people generally turn from the man who save, i
t get your order for one or more Ford cars. found them tired but' happy for the' j who was unfortunately detained
i
at He ha
r+ (change of new sights and sound ,his. home on account JUnesg.. i confidence in himse f, his -nidependence and integrity, 1;
Tho- who ;
e failed
to come out Sim-' I ,
night 'I Closing: remarks were made by ,, command the respect, which he invariably receives.
day to the services. -
OSCEOLA MOTOR the Miasion -, TCevs. W G, Fields and J. W jfjrton, .
CO_ Baptist church lout a great deal. I1) G. Chisolm, school supervisor was 'i ,
I IA rousing orthordOX START A
set-mTSHbv the t) _BANK. ACCOUNL HERE
'present, but declined ,
:pastor of the First speaking, owing I i
AUTHORIZED AGENTS. Baptist church to the lateness
> of the hour.
the dedication of the S. S I reported
1 receipt for the
Itpnd..>nt. Mr. Bowen
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to God's work, .
307:=9 BROADWAY KfSSIMMEE.} FLA. last but not l least evening amounting $1235, which .
4 land the eating of will be used 1 in making q payment on I 1
} Lord's
i supper. The many phaseof s the piano after I
deducting for school
!""I -__ the evening service /gave us many incidentals. STATE'BANKOFKISSIMMBE
thoughts to help us through the
week I
Colored School
i Teachers
: Honored.
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:of labor and
--- _. discouragement. I I
An
= informal rocontinn! tAmlar I
was
.q ..--- - 4
: the-eolored
rrA :. THE COLORED PUBL1CTTCHOOECLOSED. ,-Test'" Fndav-- ftexnoonat teachers-of-The.--city the home on of '

j Mr. and Mrs. George TTinriaTeT;' by --- ---
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Eugenia Cooktheir; daughter. .
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Osceola I I The dining room was tastefully ar
z Hardware Co. (Contributed.) '
j ranged and
decorated with flowers
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On RESOURCES
Thursday
I jthe Colored public evening school of last exercises week, and ferns. 750000.00 Capital $$100,000.00
The
| teachers scent the afternoonenjovinsr
were held in the
auditorium
of the '
1 a musical
Located on Kissimmee's school which was-crowded with enthusiastic ,ed bv Pearl Johnson.program condbct- Officer and Directors
:
BUSIEST CORNER patrons and friends. .I At six o'clock the teacher. entered C. A. '
CARSON, President
JThe M.\
auditorium KATZ and
E.
.. was beautifully the dining!: room where the sea- L. LESLPY, Y-P.
decorated
with moss, palmettoes and ,son's rarest delicacies were served in" J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier r "--_ I l j
vines, .
it
giving
a
parh'ularly.Flori'la 'A'
elaborate
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style by Eugenia Cook. N. B. .
<< CARSON, M. KATZ
scenery.: ,
HOOSIER J j I The guests preient ,,1
were:

_1 ak4..e ,.". ......,&. Once More ,|bright The, greenery interested of pupils the in foliage their,lovely the- i''Johnson!Johnson,,. Rev.Hattie E. King, Melissa I C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING, '

gorgeous costumes, and J. W. Horton, N, C. BRYAN', E. L. LESLEY, "
( the sweet F Hatllov, and Mr, and Mrs,
I --v? :strains. of 'music produced novel ef Chandler. J. WADE TUCKER, Directors :

we wish to 'drive home the recta Harmonizing- into pictures that ( L '
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E1 $ ,will linger long in the memories of COMING EVENTS! AT
COUNTRY
l _ thought that The Hoosier 1 all who were so fortunate as to be CLUB.

Cabinets are the greatest, present. I -. .

; most wonderful useful, sanitary The opening and closing choruses "- Quite! a number of people will likely --......, .

F r work-reducing, joy. all were of distinctive the' features reminding motor out to the country olub Saturday o)000o OHoo ooo O "
"good old O
compiling pieces of human The plantation days. afternoon, for Harry Hunter i i3offering .
program consisted of catchy )I '
attractive for the
prizes Ap-
ingenuity ever instated to songs and music drills .
,
% ,dialogues and I|Iproach Put tournament and Messrs. ,
: help the housekeeper. Can recitations, the execution of, which I Bullock; Allan and Hamilton will be
'4 you make it stronger than I reflected careful\ training and efficient hostesses at the four o'clock tea or,
+'+ t that. If direction. It is the (concensus by the time
you can. TheJ,! o' of present five o'clock.
qur colored citizenry that it was These R.
ajar Kitchen Cabinets afternoons are becoming S. :
are the best school
exhibition in the his- with
very popular the
Kiasimmee J
worthy of it all. We sell tory of the schol. neople who are out of door enthusiasts. FLOYDI .

them. Principal S. F. Hartley and his) .+, '
r faithful faculty,, Pearl Johnson, Ma- ,

GET YOUR MONEY BACK.: lissie Robinson and \\l. E. King regret ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL: CHURCH "
that the lateness of the hour -- ; "-
!
We'Iebeen having some nice wet rains the grass is growing like forced a number of their white ,Palm Sunday. "

i fury,.and the voice of the lawn mower' i is heard in the land. We friends to. retire: before the program "tOfflfl: a. **.-Mnrnno ..,.viAd.'--. u_. Groceries and -f

q, sell and recommend 'the dress by Mr.L. A. Hamilton.:
.Money-Back-Lawn-MoweY. J ,
It i is" true' to 8: p. m.-Evening service. ;Ad. t. : "

,name'for you get your,, money back if the. mower, isn't a good one. NOTICE dress'' by Rev. Canon Bryan. ..". . ,," ", ,",' .' .". .'","t.'/',.. ,. +, ,'I
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Notice is Services at the Christian' church .J.
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A MINUTE hereby give : . \ '
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'will begin at the usual hour Sunday. ,: ; l'
We nearly forgot to mention the new Daylight Blue Edison to anyone having hogs 11:00: a. m. Sunday School. ,
4 Electric Lamps. 12:00: 111- Preaching. SubjectIon ,
They filter the ,
out red and
soft yellow rays and give a at large on Hammock the line of the entry of Christ into .

pleasing light, so restful to the eye. They are such a comfort, : Jerusalem in keeping with Palm :

and the cost if not large. S Grove on the property Sunday. Phone 4
8:30 in. 176 302
p. Evening service; EvangelistIc Broadway
: .' of A. C. Barbeau that his sermon. t' !

GASHUM AND SUSETTE. _.
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'f This i is what happened.last( week property is "' vithitr the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH -- '"
:-They were at the dinner table .
4 'l when Cashum paused aril said 11:00: a. m., Sunday School, Mr. J. '. '
"There corporation limits
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ham it don! last nght," ,r something wrong with this and L. Qverstreet, superintendent. .. .. ;x {
y' '_ lf<00 M. Judge John 3. Candler] ,
hogs found
"I'm any onsaid "
.t .ure'it's !all right. Susette replied, "for the' man who sold of.Atlanta.!. Ga., Judge of U. S. Su- = JX "
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-it told_me that it..was_curfed: onljrJa eek.Cured ."" property will preme Court, win address the con- :
foejirompt'ly -
I-J-Jv did you'lay?" inquired Gashum. !: gregation on the I Centenary. '" \,

quick for it's had a relapse "then take it -awa/ impounded and turned Z-30 p. m. 'Junior League, Miss Opportunity For Sanitary Improvement t
Hopson .
'
Susette .has been manager. .
pooling-eversineer, over, to the marshalfor 7:30 p. m., Epworth League, Miss

'.. Cecilia Overstreet, president. ;
..... .... ,. disposition. 8:30: p. m. Judge Candler will 1
..._ April 8th, 1919. .
again address
Everybody Who It Anybody Advertises the congregation. The Hon. City _ _. ,
Their "Want Council 1'1
ia the 8:30 -
v Gazette A. C. BARBEAU., : .p.. m. W.dneadav-. nravermeeting. .-."n. Kissimmee, Fla. )

a = R. F. HODNETT pastor Gentlemen-; "

As agent for the Waterman Waterbury Co. .
of
Minneapolis
:/ t FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. draw[ fo jour. 'attention the Waterbury Sanitary Chemical Indoor Minn., I IJ

T .. Sunday School nut Sunday 'at This household utility is. absolutely Toilet. 4
sanitary, effective in its
10:45: a, J. Carson working, inexpensive -
------ 11)) Farmer! Supt. in. its
,Preaching at 12, noon, by the pas upkeep and comfortable, germ: proof and does, not require
I tor. Subject "The Christian's Duty screening or any plumbing outlay, and Is sold on' a guarantee to meet the 3t 1

+ to the Unsaved." _ specific requirements the purchase money will be refunded. This :,
Preaching at 830; the antee is backed r'by'a guar
; by new manufacturing concern having 250,000 .
time. The hour invested lit 4-
has
been their
changed to business. References
.. aa to stability and
8:30. Subject for the evening hour in Minneapolis, Minn. _. . .fair dealing., any Bank.
"What it Costs Not to be a' Chris- ,
tian." >This Toilet, is not an '' "but 4
PROMPTNESS experiment an insured; scientific
. reality, hav- ,
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Preaching and baptising at !ng been passed favorably
Camp upon by some vfthe"most; eminent '
.. sanitary !
ex-
bell station Sunday at 8 m. pertainthe work also
cN p. by' the Florida, State Board of Health.
"- Rev. Frank Fowler will speak at are being assemble( and sold'monthly.. Thousand /
With all it the First Baptist church next Wed Owing to the vast amount of '..ales'and
i dealings with 'its growing number of customers the .' nesday evening, April 16th, at 8:30. improved manufacturing facilities, the Waterman Waterbury Co.. are )
Citizens Bank seeks to be more than do The public ia cordially invited to hear now in a position to offer these Toilets to you at the low price of x
$10.00 j"Rf y
prompt-to things in ample >
J 4 time-to collect checks at once for its him. F. O. B. Fa tory, Therefore, no cltY.or.Jndlvidual. wh"".n, ...._......Pd.__w. H....._. _...._.1., ._._.._. <
customer To those of their city collectively
to whom or their personal health '
can afford
to be '
: I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES without
promptness i is factor them. Full
; a_ we shall be pleased to have them call and The sesion of this 'church held investigation solicited: ;{

: "t' I male our .acquaintance. meeting last Monday 'afternoon in a has a Gentlemen due as for a resident. taxpayer of' Kissimmee' and one who.always
regard the
i sanitation
i < I I which every member, was precent. for our city aa I estimate good unitetion'
+ .'-. This is the first time Albert E. Bear- the Most staple ..set.. city can possess, I highly recommend these
"I Owe aU'.Y' cncce, ia fife to having den and Wm J. Westervelt have both Toilets for your consideration.You ,

n t beea been present for a long time. Both are l in, no manner responsible for '.
always a quarter el aa boar before of these yo"ung men:were re-Installed installation of tha, old fashioned
X L:, a I .my tine."-Lord Nelson. ; a* Ruling! Elders last Sunday morn privy vaults which have been placed in our city: greatly to its detri ;

ti at g4 ing. The lattef;wenttq$ Fort Pierce ment, but you 'are now in a position to install an effective sanitary .convenience ;

1 I Tuesday to attend the:spring. meeting which I am positive would meet with the approval of the large
of, Presbytery. majority our.citizens, with ,
a guarantee of ita
It is expected that a. communion' Council! forming, usefulness. Dthe City-
a closet: fund
-.1ifizensBank: service wit) be held in this church the Closets \ purchasing a certain number of Sanitary
and
"t last. Sunday in this month.o then 'disposing of them at" their face value or' by installments
: .- The fiscal to individuals and placing this
.
aa
DEPOSITS yeaf tHfc church ended money received to the credit of the closet
with March, and the annual report fund, neither! the city or individual would be 'out t
KISSIMMEE make the' lest financial showing of at one' time, and-evldehtly our city would be any' large sum of money
JOF any year In its history, without placed in a healthy condition
INSURED
regarding its closets; I, have the honor
to remain. '
ro', ,, Tie lank will tleaLiIiI: acid willingt counting anything for contributions *
'J : Your t
for 'the
? various war activities.! It respectfully, '- .
p neu SERVE: has started on the new year practically j r H. EDMOND SWABEY, 1 ',
.' tree from debt., Representative: of the

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't. ( Farmers, are J busy; the weather S la BANKBOOK YOUR / '- -

;v' : .. fine, but growing crops would ,do Seeley,. Famous la This Specialty I '
', better if we had some rain' However Called to' KUsimmee.
r. ) the 'work goes on with a good. ,, $EST
) : ; showing for a coming crop. F. Hr eeley tot Chicago- and Philadelphia : ... r

,,, c .' J. V Trego is busy- fertilizing. .and the noted truss expert, willpersonaliy ,
.. cultivating' his, corn., .. be at the Graystone-Ifotel FRIENI
.' W. H-Jones jfhrnting his grove and will remain in Ki aimme this
Iv'VI tr cow* cBa> TBoy, beans and other ,,\coming: Wednesday only, April ,..16,
I r field-crops- . ___ .. _, _'_ :;,from 9 a. m. till 5 p. m.' Mr.Seeley'says"The
'- A Mrs:. H. G. Siever and Mrs. Gabe Spermatic* Shield will not 1
THE UNJVERSA'L;; CAW Slower and baby took a pleasant ride ''only retain any case of'rupture per ; rffjl 1
through the Winter{ Haven country fprtlv.. but contract the .onenlnir. in 2 M ) ';

Th' .Ford. Motor Company_ have instructed I with Arthur Jones and. family last <110 days on the average: se. This . ... ;,1 i
I .. Sunday. |I(instrument received the only reward y;: '.
4 us to sell the genuine Ford Part to any and .. -H. G. Siever and Mr. Miller. were \in England and in' Spain' producing I.
Orlandtr-calters Tuesday. results without surgery/ Injections: ,
every reliable Garage who wilf.plldge iheir use'TnthVrep'air Dr. Conner's potatoes and banns ,medical treatment or prescriptions r -' : J ,
l 6 t . are looking fine i Mr. Seeley has document from the blid .
of Ford. clars. The genuine Ford il Mr. A.'$:: .Nelson and a slpresenla-} i United States Government, Washing ---- ,,
.... .. : tlve of the Paustian -Realty Co., of ton, I). C., for inspection. All charity
j Parts are absollffVty-nece'ssary) to the owner of I Kansas City, were doing business in ,(Reuses without/ charge: pr If any in- ] ,
our neighborhood a few days ago.:|jtrrested call he will be glad to show What Matters
6 f Ford ..cars that he may get full service from his I Mrs. Roland! and others have complied .same without charge: or fit them- Jfddesired. I
with the law .
and Had their cat- !; Business demands, prevent :
car. We carr)'. them and 'o, we hope, in a short |tie dipped, although they.. were free 'storming'' at any other place in fills 1 :
l' ; of ticks. I(section. 'II \-if everybody on earth turns from you' if you have a bank book 4 "

time will every, reliable.Garage. We solicit, your Mr. Lewis Durham and family and P. S.-Every statement is this no- < I
Mi J. A. McCullough) and family, I'!Rice, has been verified before the Federal .
service, business because_ we have the Ford_.Mctht.ods. i 1 I with well filled baskets! hiked out to and State Courts.-F. II. SleY'1; IT, AND ALL IT REPRESENTS, WILL STICK

I I Hammock. _Grove Sund.-.y. A picnic (I TO YOU THROUGH THICK AND THIN
the "Ford Parts the Ford Mechanicsand and I
;dinner a-'TI1mbte-m--ttnr '- '
throve-
,n7t3-cbncludcd.> They also the :
regret
i iabsence"
"1'he.ro a' ces. Incidentally' .would be" glad top made the day seem only too Night I[' of H6n. C. E. Yow ep, Superintendent -'! But don't
p : = I especially to the younger set. of Public! Instruction people generally turn from the man who saves.
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ordeHor-oni'afinbr Ford found them tired but happy for the j who was unfortunately 'detained : He has confidence in bimse'f his and .J
p get youf. : cars. : I change of new eights/ acid< sounds. his home b"n account of illness i : independence! .integrity! ,

Those who failed to come out Sunday I Cloning remarks were made by command the respect, which he invariably receives.
j night to the services at.the Mission Hev W. G. Fields and J. W. Horton i ,. ,
OSCEOLA MOTOR CO. Baptist church lost .a great donl. *' .
J) G. Chisolm, school supervisor, was r '
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|IA rousing orthordox sermon by the
: present, but declined speaking, owing: | -1
pnstor -of the J First Baptist chifrrh to the lateness of the \hour. I II Ii
AUTHORIZED AT ONCE IT WILL PAY YOU
AGENT the dedication of the S. S. \
superintendent He the
I i reported receipts for the ,, .
[ Mr. Bowen, to God's -
work. evening: amounting to $12.35, which
307-9 BROADWAY KISSIMMEEJ3AOsceola ; fund. last but not least, the eating 'of i I -
I will be used in making a payment on ],
.a the ! ''of the evening service gave us many incidentals. II | STATE BANK OF ',1
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to hemp
us through/ the week Colored School Teachers Honored.An
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,of labor and discouragement.THE / I informal reception was ,

}, -- -.- 0. o. -- 1._ . j ed the colored teachers of the tender-I
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-as COLORED PUBLIC SCHOOL last Friday afternoon at the

j i CLOSED. i.1I I Mr. and Mrs. Oeorir KISSIMMEE "
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Eugenia Cook, their'daughter..
I The dining room was tastefully ar- ,
Hardware' Co. I ( Contributed.) |ranged and dci rated with flowers
RESOURCES
On Thursday evening of last week, nnd ferns. . 750000.00. Capital $100,000.00,
the Colored public school exercises' I I The teachers scent the afternoon \ 4
were held in the auditorium of the
enjoying.a musical conducted
program -
Located on Kissimmee's school, which was crowded with en- led Pearl Johnson. Officer/ and Directors:

BUSIEST CORNERHOOSIER |thusiastic The auditorium patrons and friends. I At six o'clock the teachers entered C. A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY; V-P.
was beautifully the I
dining where the
room sea- Y
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decorated with J. D, JEFFORDS
moss, palmettoes and son's rarest delicacies were ..served in Cashier
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wines I giving it a particularly. Florida elaborate style by Eugenia Cook. N. B. CARSON, M. KATZ

Once More I I scenery.The greenery of the foliage, the I Johnson The guests, Hattie present E. King were, : Melissa Pear! C. A. CARSON, IL: FLEMING,

a son...cwr.i es.a.niw., bright, interested pupils in their lovely (Johnson Rev. J. W. Horton Prof. S.F N. C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY,
gorgeous costumes-and th"- sweet -'__, .
c Hartley; andr-Mr. "and' Mrs. George '
I 'strains of music produced novel effects Chandler. ---r-wADE TUCKER: Directors.
harmonizing; into pictures that (
C wish -'drive'me
we aei the ,will linger long in the memories of
COMING
3 's EVENTS AT COUNTRY "
.. that The
thought Hoosier
all who were so fortunate as to be CLUB.
'
Cabinets are the greatest, I present. I _- ..
most wonderful, usefulsan- I The opening and closing choruses Quite a number of people will likely ,,

F itary, work-reducing, ;joy- were distinctive features reminding motor out to the country club Satafternoo'n ,.. = o. OOOO** = CO
all of the "good; old plantation days." t "
% I urday for Harry Hunter i3 l
compiling pieces of human The program consisted of catchy !offering attractive prizes for the Ap .
ingenuity ever invented'to songs and music, drill.Vxlialogues and ,!proach Put tpurnament and Messrs. .
help the housekeeper. Can recitations, the execution .of. which i Bullock, Allan and Hamilton will! be i
you make it stronger than reflected careful training and effi- hostesses at the four o'clock tea or, .
;re t that. If The Hoosier I cient direction. It is the concensusof by the present time, five o'clock
you ,can our colored citizenry that it was These afternoons are becomingvery R. S. FLOYD
Kitchen Cabinets are the bast'school exhibition in the history popular with the Kissimmee )
worthy of it allWe sell of the scho l. people who ore out of door enthu3- .j
them. -Principal S. F. Hadlev and liis iasts. -

'" -- faithful faculty, Pearl Johnson Ma-
I -- lillie Robinson and II. E. King, regret ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
GET YOUR, MONEY BACK. : that the lateness of the hour ;

-"' We've been having some nice.wet. rains, the grass is growing like: forced a number of their white Palm Sundav- _- .
t I friends to retire..before the program I 12:00: a. m.-Morning service. Address Groceries and i '
fury, and, the voice of the -
lawnmower is heard in the land. We by Mr. L. A. Hamilton. . : :

j+ sell and recommend! the IVloney-tJacK-Lawn-Mower.. -it js true ,to NOTICE 8: p.* m.-Evening service.' Address ...'., .A\I. !;:, "'.7,. ,N . .. ......'."."'. ,... : I
by Rev. Canon Bryan. .. \," . ...,.4
l for .; .
,
back "
name the. <
get money if isn't '
you ,,. your mower a' good one, -- i 1"
\
one. . '' CHRISTIAN CHURCH ; : o" 'ij
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.res'J".leats.4
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Service's ,, ., \
at the Christian .
I Notice is church : : I
hereby given : , .
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'WAIT'A MINUTE. will begin at the usual hour Sunday: I .. '

We nearly: forgot to Vnention the new Daylight Blue Edison to anyone having hogs J2:00 11:00:: m.a. m.Preaching.Sunday Subject School. along I

Electric Lamps. They filter out the red and yellow rays andgive a at large on Hammock Jfiic( line of the entry of Christ into I .

soft, pleasing Jight, restful- the Jerusalem in keeping with Palm i
so eye. They are such a comfort,
Grove Sunday.
f .. and the cost is not large. on the property. 8:30: p. m. Evening service;. Evangelistic Phone 176 302 Broadway 1

{ 0 of.A. C. Barbeau that his sermon. ;

? CASHUM AND SSU ETTE. property is within,' the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH x .,-

.. This is what .happened last week'-They were at the dinner able 11:00 V
: School
,, a. m., Sunday ,Mr. J.
!.;, 'when Cashum paused and said: "There's. something wrong with this corporation 1 limits and L. Overstreet, superintendent.; .OOOOOCODOOO'OOOOOOO OOOOO"'O.OCOD'OOOOOOO'O'O'OOOO.X
", ham, ''it don't lute right."' found 12:00 M. Judge John S. Candler,

"I'm' sure it's all right 'Susette replied, "for the mafi who sold any hogs on said of Atlanta, da., Judge of U. S.-Supreme :

.. it fold me that it was cured only last"week. I I" ( property will be promptlyimpounded Court on, the will I Centenary.address the congregation I .

k,, -" "Cured, did you say)" inquired Gashum. "then take it away and turned 2:30'p.: m. Junior League Miss Opportunity For Sanitary improvement J
p quick- for it's had a relapse I I" lopson, manager. :!

Susette hat been 'pouting ever since. over t& the marshalfor 7:30: p. m., Epworth League, Miss
'., Cecilia Overstreet, president .
:J"; 8:30: m/ Candler will ;;
disposition. p. Judge April 8th, 1919.
t again address' thecongregation.. The Hon. City Council i"v;
Everybody Wk. It Anybody Advertises,Tbeb-"WanU" in the Gaxettt A. C. BARBBAU. 8:30: p. m. Wednesday, prayer- tiir- __. EN-. '
.. meeting. "
R. F. HODNETT Gentlemen- ...
: Pastor
.....;:,, As agent for the
-
r- Waterman
%. Waterbury Co., of Minneapolis, Minn., I I
FIRST BAPTIST draw
CHURCH. to your'attention
TY the Waterbury Sanitary Chemical Indoor Toilet
. Sunday School next- Sunday at This household utility is absolutely sanitary, effective in its j
\ worklnsIn.
10:45 a, m. J. Carson Farmer Supt. expensive in its upkeep and comfortable, and t
germ proof does not .
Preaching at 12, noon, the inquire
.J. ,. by pas- screening "
or..anr.plumbin& outlay, and is sold '
tor. Subject, "The Christian's Duty on a guarantee to meet the
'1
-.---,'-=-, .. to the Unsaved." j specific requirements Or the purchase: money will be refunded. This). guar'i
__;;-7"-.c ( Preaching atJli30, by the new antee is backed by a manufacturing concern' having f 250,000 invested in
'- time. The hour has been to their business.
changed Referenceeas: to and'
8:30.: Subject for the hour "" stability fair dealingany Bank :;
evening in Minneapolis, Minn. ""
1 1 "What it Cost Not to be a' Chris- t
: ; tian." This Toilet is not:; an experiment but! insured.scientific; : reality, hay ,.

PROMPTNESS Preaching and baptising at Camp- ing been passed favorably upon by some of the moat eminent sanitary experts .\

.. belt station Sunday' at'3 p. m. in the work, also by,; the Florida State Board of Health. Thousands
Rev. Frank Fowler will speak at are being assembled and sold
--- monthly. Owing to the
-. the First Baptist church next Wednesday vast amount of sales ;
With all its _dealings with its growing number of customers the evening, April 16th, at 8:30. and improved manufacturing facilities, the Waterman Waterbury, are .. ,,
The public istcordially invited to hear now In.a position to offer these Toilets to you at the low
.. Citizens Bank seeks to be more than prompt-to do things in ample' him. F. O. B.. Factory. Therefore, no city or individual whoregards price: the of welfare$10.00, wy'

i time-to collect checks. at. once fonts. u.2mer.! . Tothose.' to whom... _.. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTESThe of them.their Full city investigation'solieitedju collectively or their personal. health' can: ,!afford .to be without;' i

dry I promptness is factor we shall be pleased to have them call and : sesion of this church held ameeting Gentlemen,. as a resident'taxpayer_ \ '
of
r Kisslrnmee and
... one.who always
w i male our acquaintance. last Monday afternoon Jn has due
which a regard for the, sanitation for our city as I "Itlmate'g
every member wa"--precent.(: sanitation -1-
1 This is the first time Albert E, Bear- the most staple asset a city can possess, I highly recommend these j?
1 den and Wm. J. Westervelt have both Toilets for your consideration '
"L we afl ny success in fife to'kaviaf __ been present for time. -You In
a long Both / .are no manner responsible for the installation
'"' of the old fash ,
t
pn t bee* always a quarter of an boor before-- of these young men; were reinstalledas toned -privy vaults w hich-havabeen placed'1n
Elders' last our city greatly to itjAetri{ :;
Ruling
y "-' Sunday morning -
-
e time Lord -'
-
; Nelson. meet, but
fay .
; in
The latter 'went to Fort Pierce you are now a position to install an effective sanitary com! i
rl tl Cuesday; to attend thf spring meetingof veniettwhich I am positive would meet with the approval of the large ,I

Presbytery. majority of our citizens, with a guarantee of its usefulness. By the City t
It 'it expected:: that a. communion Council forming closet
a fund
purchasing certain
a o'f
Citizens I I Bank service last. Sonday wit be In held thi. in-m this nth.church the Closets, and then disposing of them at" their face value number or by installments Sanitary _.:'
to individuals
a m UM if m HKI The fiscal year of the church, endedwi and placing! this money as received= t'o the credit of the closet '
o J_ DEPOSITS ,h March, grid the annual report fund, neither the city or individual would be out any large sum of i

OF KISSIMMEB l makes the best financial) showing of at one time, and, evidently our city would be placedregarding in a healthy condition money ..;"

d. INSURED any year in its history, without Its closets. I have the honor "remain.
4 -- counting anything for contributions : .'...... "R'
.
'. The bank. with taxability: md willinte Tor the various war. activitiesIt 1 J. Yours respectfully, I f .- I :

+4 i. .. .. =-=- : __.J .' --' .. ,oeaa toJSERVE f -- <_ has started on the new year practically *.. H. EDMOND SWABEY, J .
:
: free from debt. Representative of the-
.. Waterman
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