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 18, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00903
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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F iS' 1 : ...... RECEPTION GIVEN-:
VICTORY LOAN FOUR t V : $109;, 50iJS-PSCE,9LA'S ,-


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/ I ' .April |16th, 'l9l9.
1919 .
I4th. ,
April the progTam and ,that 'as ,wome: .
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solders on '
reception'' to returned
The .
j f' played so- strong al: part (n thwar Kissimmee Valk''Gazettp'City.Gentlemen ; ,
'KisMmmee. Valley l :Gazette, ,City: and, sailors. whUh was'given' by the have the home-coming{ reeeptioiwould advised that the of. 01'

Gentlemen:.. I',, am ,just in receipt, of a telegram as citizens! >of'''Kissimmee. Thursday night nct be complete wlthopt thl I., I am today quota '

follows: J .* 1-'?, .. ."'0..' attended by'hundrbdf.of.cltlsens. feature and he requested that; MnMeiklejon Victory-notes assigned to'.Oiceola County to be sold from .. t tr"

1 "",errhs' of Victory; Loan ''.nnounce _tod.y at. follow .1, 'who vied with each other, in .honorIng -. active ,war who"work had,devoted be-called her to' tim the< .' 'April' 21st' to' May 10th is' 109250.. Of 'this amount "

j Fourand Hejf Billion Dollars' four year note and,. the;boys who,.jieve'"risked 'all"for :I rostrum.'This w. 'taken up by the' ...., '" Kissimmeeii. expected Jo"sell $55.050.J' -
*: -, ( their! country and humanity., ..._. madeVby .
:\ applause'continun! to'be ,
audience and necessary for very.larg.aort - -
.taxfree, and foursand'three; The reception was'suggested by It.Wl be a .
-three' quarters percent till Mrf _'-WtikleJon. walked to> ,th'! ', '
quas'terlpercent taxable. QuotastWill'be given Monday, the; ministerial associationand was front ;.and" very sweetly th.nked'.the'people ;: all 'committees and by all -interested p.rties'ld place

held In tbe" First Baptist church, of Kissimmee .forr their kind ... of bonds? .Complete'co-operation: i 'acscomplish' :' '" .
AbDEN 'Chair aI..". which''w fairly-transformed by the 'I)ythis: amount .
V "Mf !>> .
welcome. "
..... hands :'of.' the decorators,with banks Lieutenant, Marion 'Farmer who it very quickly. -- s r

... and terms of the Victory of potted,-plants and cut flowers, and 1 r aviation : '
Thi will explain the amount the nation w.. with the department ,,Re.pectfu'UY: ] ,
information* Which the pub, ,everywhere the gleam'of overseas, made an interesting: talkgiving .
Loan and I am, sure it is al' colors And the flags of the allies..,' Borne 'of ills experience am r" G.A.. CARSON,' .,.
The gnwts of honor! were ..requested '. '
lie desires. Your respectfully. dosing with an appeal for genera
., to wear their uniforms and this of the Victory Liberty Loar, County Chairmanr-.' .

. c. A CARSON. added a military note to the evening.The support which I.'to finish what we have be l
early part of the evening was 'rlr

.. ._. Chairman! Osceoia County. devoted to thanksgiving .service Mayor n Steed 'was,, called for andresponded eI

welcoming the boys home and was few words saying .

opened by the hymn, ,"Holy) Holy, that while'he with,volunteered/a for servicehe .I'I d _ ______ _"

-' rendered by the chorus ''chOlr'of farther than Key' West,,

'" Prof.the Methodist R. M. Evans church.announced the boys and got felt who that.were'it.'was"over hate:"" to ThoseweVeAhemeitthecompanywishedjLta the I MANYMATJERSt: DISCUSSED = ., ... :

yx: gram and introduced the '
IACIt-OE DATA .P.olP.oNfsj[ with .. '- '
turn Ritherepoon hear he aald.tWadlW .
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pronoun? :
: Rev--W.; "Parker-) 'responded- th his "

I : ed the invocation. the name with words of appreciation of ;\ATff01fflLTbFTRADEMEET: .
W. J.Sears .made ,
Congressman the
had done
: ACTION ON STREET PAVING( !I address of welcome'and began by ; what. the- Red Cross .!,

,; saying: that he had a fine speech prepared the boys.A" boys' u.1'tetter.lneludil\g, 'in its
- he had lr\
---- but.that gone up ,
- Tiller Roy '
) I Mason ,
---- -- "I '
;:r' } air that morning for the first time}, I personnel LeRoy Will? Lesley and C. n.tSttmplera. I So.interested has the Kissimmee,, Company s 'trucks were testingtires.on

--' ment. ....f ,,that is. taking the wbra' literally, and ]raves- several numberswhl board of trade become in the welfare ;I the Orlando-Klsimmee brick.
The'adJourned.'meeting'' of the city Ho seemed to re sang meetingwas ."road. "This was brought about by a
seemed to had forgotten -It. of the city that a special
Councilman R. S. Floyd brought forth rounds 0 ap''plauae.
council Friday night called to take I Ifinal' voice unanimous opinion when he'' pair his loss very nicely for he paida called on "Wednesday night 'whennew ,I telegram sent the company from the 1\
the street I a before and board of trade last ,week protesting
action on proposed tribute to the boys were discussed a
high topics
; the about rendered 'a
fell short of deflniw reIF -i said fire department sadness of the Mrs. C F. their against that practlowhile the heavy
issue and with committees reported
\lr paving most important organisation Kissimmee him spoke vocal solo and the high number-of
out of the beautiful soft road bed.
.engineer was Mr. rains rendering a I
the city return. were
cults as I possessed and that the boys ones who could never school orchestra, under the leader- work. '
town and the necessary data as not to 'should hare everything they needed Sears touched on a few of the 'probems of It. DeWitt Brown, played at The officers of j the organization communication- \was read, from.
I > the .cost of the improvement was ) that confront the country today hip werepresent"'and the usual business the United States Blue Book askingthat
....1' that 'lay within thecity's! power to ntervals throughout the evening.At advertise with them
\\"f on file. and seemed to voice the sentimentsof the routine gone through,; then the 'reo Kissimmee
attended by a supply. interrupted the close of program called I.and'the. matter was 'referred to the
I' The meeting was hishearers for they frequently of the'committee were
The petition was referred to the refreshment committee aided by aevy sorts .
fl, 'jiumb y of citizens who were ate.I electric light. and water committee, him with applause.. girls, served the enrlra" rpr. w advertising .etmll n'W;
the Issue under discussion. address was > of young stated thai' work 'on.he .;The' .proposed contract with the:
tracted by that they over the matter I The resoons to this with punch and wafers W. J. Steed, .'
HP Attorney Lewis O'Bryan read asking go Marion'Ca rwho'; audience charter was pros( .Lumber Company* was'' dis-
,., City with Fire Chief Lupfer and report ,made by Captain ice m; with homemade proposed street Phillips : '
md cre
resolution asking for..n months the council is
over the unclL has just returned fromten rressingand. that it would soon cuiMd but: f. city
the ,
(', election to paves number of the. .back.-. Councilman at ,Taylor) ,bToll6l1t'1t'P* the service.. oversees Captain Carson 'eakes- giiest-of honor was made to In shape to'present to the city: bel working .on that: proposition: no action -,
i streets for drainage purposes, but'whiie with feeling 'of the experiences ; -Every cil.- taken, S.
contract with spoke deep from the moment of his I was ; _
ot:'proposed home
} it was the desire of the coun lJ subject Lumber Oompany relative Of the boys over there and feel At he 'was given a warmhand I 'C:'A;; Oarson gave .interesting data I! Probably the feature'of the (even' f ,
(: the Phillips,, .
it ;
was arrivalwhen
ell to dispose ofthe' question :! to the furnishing of power to of the joys and sorrows ob- their by some member of the on the new Colony at Lake Wilson, .ing" was the general discussion of the ,

I impossible to act without the figures that company's industry" here ,,tend !rome'coroillg when some of.the.xs": *: i-flcepUon grasp'committee who was a .some thirteen miles from here and j'railroad ,yards .and 'crossings, which

r vetting forth thc'cost of the work.when I that was ultima tety! referred< to. the fades must be left behtnAT' '., (tloned'ni the doors till his ;; stated a 'small sum spent on theroads :'now' occupy one of' the prettiest:; eo; yl
.; 'Afte: a general discussion member light and watej committee- for,-iur-1 r. Carrtam'R. W Melklejonlbvho'votenjeeredwith \"WTOn'Jhf,,presented-rwfth.! two .; that lead from, that:community Lions of y, Fox invited ..n1 : a'consid .
Chairman the.Bngriblarees.attRebeginning : : of to.: Kisdmmee'would bring special complaint of ::the smoke' Bold
-1 A '-th/f assembly to participate-it! _war'voted \ theiudata. t** : = called on. >ars end' two bunches erable amount' of trade here. Later the Sugar
; Chairman Fox stated that it was of the 'war. was It gift from Mrs. At S.'j sance,particularly that of
These were
r' refer the 'matter talk of trench Secretary Lupfer vas,' with wood.It .
to it the wish of the council to proceed and gave wonderful. Reed.-who; desired that 1detail' be In the'meeting 'Belt engine that fires up
committee, asking that report the.JIU' to before the county of
instructed the concensus
street with all these progressive movements experiences. So eagerlv"wa's 'that would addto their I appear seemed to be '
; back to ,the council as soon asS possible but that dience following his talk that'' hew. omitted this evening. I commissioners asking that' they .Opinion that the railroad should I
rapidly as on'
could be ascertained.A as when he brought pleasure action'on the road question and of the city limits y -
the figures certain amount of time was required -urged to continue that'more'than 500 I take move its yards'out '
communication was read from a thatv no'mistakes were his speech to a close. I It'.is estimated this thanksgiving that, Road ,Superinte.ndent Farmer'or at least from this busy section of
insure in
; 'the Kissimmee Volunteer Fire Department to said referring to the pav. ,C., A. Carson then remarked that people participated "' j have. the road put in good conditionas Kissinrmeoi, which is adjoining the '
l made. He *
asking the city that a number I spear 'clebratiom: wherevisitors
-consented' to possible c
soon as hotel
had ,
,:. [ '.and drainage''question: "We no- woman _.. Graystone >
.' be 'made in the ing ---- committee, beaded *' '
of improvements -P The membership constantly annoyed. ..
electionas would be >
lo call this .
wish ,
'app.ratuITh y urge that a paid certainly ;: by E. ,0. Kate, had nothing starting ) .

man may day'be supplied and be This at would headquarters .I over soon the'gyestieq'sd'thoroughly at-possible'but we must that go N. C. ::.BRY ANi IS :: OPPOSED > ;be to relieved report.A.from. S.service Nelson in askedto that Mr.: and Mrs. E.'J. 'Holmes of '

lower the rate .of insurance aU over II i.e?.mistake* "pl. e 1111..4.the. that backing when : TO -SEARCH: AND SEIZURE department c and J. E.rle Lupfer was t Tampa motored their to return-Were Kissimmee Thursday accom/-' f' ,
call-jt/we. and on
1t\ the towit.-andiwpuld, likely be a pay. we named in his .place.Secretary who
.investment.Fire Chief, Sam of the: ; .. ------... Sam Lupfer :'called' attention panted by Mrs. V. W. Edwards;
''ng. department I TIlt eouneilmeetrtoniditito'openth. ; : pre.entria... lie' could the fact'hat'no will spend two-weeks visiting. friend
; explained. The the '.of'the' meeting
upfer fecting '
bulkhead bonds and zBy.J. Worthington. < .. .
E. _
the ..
nerds a more) adequate,plat ..tostore 'bide- on" not say whether the Committee Would more' of the United StatesCONGRESSMAN in that city. : - 'r
and the members of thedepartment likely hear the committee re TallahasseeApril 14ThereWmbe I' the plan which is sort to be _. r -- "
'the engine twill *' endorse ---- --- -' -
at that time. 7' Olo bill for a "Rum Ferret" in take' from physicians
in want of equip before it, to : "
. .are. ._-- ...,. 4" r : Florida at--least not if Rep. Bryan, brought the :right Sen.', Hughlett reserved SEARS < :
joint author of: the BryanStokesbone for "them"at: the special session .
; drjrbttl of the extra session has portions of .
ITICK ERADICATION 'IS VOTED his way.v>v / not .to exceed eight ounce
:: ( sort of liquor v
'believe! Jin that :
'I'don't Some of tha pommltte* 'favor repealing -
thing,", sai&-MrBrn- ". this: while others .ar* doubtfuL: : "UPINTHFIIR"Cosiel'usmaq
intended WENT
had been asked if In association
He The,,, state pharmaceutical : )
searclT'andseizure a bill >;
TWENTY.SIX,000NTIES.t introducing has denied that it wishes the tight
t 1Jj BK contemplate .
, ; which would .
of drastic type keep liquor even for such purposesand --- '

., the: appointment! of a !.tt .- It* to published .advertisements-in i is' take 'J Uk ,G ; -ch'l't1ko': trni"Ar, %' g' ..
"' ./ Z. .whose duty: it would k...* to has \, W. J. ears. ,, ._ ... ; \0, .. .. .-;* :--;..;--from- the FelkelTallahassee of
': '. (By;Herbert '-Special.) .) have .been held.Yet .'/ ..." Into the state with the 'view in contraband Mr.:'.Bryan his pat in.a bill-rflakint city Liberty la jnsf,beginning and requested'.ship was perked In: the landing/fieM in'the1 ...
April theZ'wesv-biinging any participate
on the flyerswill
havr'screens Washington and
.Y'-: ; Pwenty-aix ,counties of _Florida by"'Countle*., ->; booze; Mr.-Bryan ed having any it other'unlawful' obstruction: designed to prevent the"'war. department at be visltedib ;reception, held tonight honoring -the. c

'.-have voted to eradicate'' the Texas three .The various ''counties' lined up as' soch ,intention and believe said in emphatically such) work. the view in pool, rooms. It'is that airship Klssimme Thursday1 might' to'further the boys ,who',have:,returned: *,from,.""- a ,

' es1tl..fever tick,. while, the only proposition,, .follows, .. :..accordingtolthe. . ; ;::records: that His'committee: he did not is at 'WOrk 'on'1I011W drawn"along the lines of blinds th* .law- in an Interests: of'th.' campalgn.and. as afeature'of
". that I have--voted pn 'Dat. ofCounty referring to similar celebration-thedty U tcLThe'drealan'- "
.. but once .'
the / '
dl'7Ja. dlstrlb.uted
make .dipping compulsory amendments to the bone whichwers' ,
to .
declined Election
bave Vote returned
; I saloons. the *
'within the county .confines.fThjose .. .... "' III, to:,1.7 11.1 they are merely in the way of per- wflfWCOUNCIL --- holding to,:welcome '
: t. .read
Alachua V" / .
s + *
/II .
11.IBr.vira .. and...Uon.. .
compulory'.dipping O35o45 ,
favoring statewide Bay :,,, '':' ....._ tD.Boto' .. I . VldGrJ"Lo. .
.r. '0. ) BIDS ONjtAKE readily graftedand'
ice : OPEN
tqt1 was
WILL Th request
;; wers.tnol-
/ and ?at'con.tructlcm ."" to ITt 111.1DlIY' WILL GIVE ,UPGRAYSTONEHOTEL I ..LfeOf'artant ''They thought our boys
(ie .a'IJs, 1111 LESSEES .the courtesey of
..ay that if it:'is as"'popular ass state ;:....._'...1 to'417' 11.5.95Esaaanbla' 'SUNDATMessrs. BULKHEAD! TONIGHT I through Colonel ,TbomaB7.1>anean-L Lien.. ., but 'they-= proved_ theme'y _
't'i it: has been under'.local op .. ._ ale to'U' 3.1.:15Gadsden .. :' eves to be among the best and bravest a
'" Lord
issue .... 'U to-143 ."t.II. .. '' bondsand \'Blvens -and;+-Sergeant: '
free.The .! 'bulkhead' tenant: .has ever-
tick : ;:
be } .. 'bids the th.5rorld
: Will soon ,
) tion1' Florida ITHlllsborotieh 1-1 The on dutyto fighters !
Hernando ..... -1.l to G.i Sheldon Browne and'W.W. ; flew to the city and reported for .
been.given fc
counties that have _. ,.1, 1ST 11.5 on the construction wtU' opened known.. f
..... 'of, th Gny-i v *
/ '.ub tantlal majorities favor ;or Holmes (as'st) '..J.II to..O 11-1 'Mannadnkcu. / and 'ezamined'tonight at, an ad. the .congressman. has' bejOme' I We.sent them "Over'There,1 and I
:;" -Alachua,. .Brevard, Jackson '.. ........./ I.0'.1' 11-1 sonehotel, expect to learn SUiIUayfor meeting'of the'city' council. 'Now CongressmanSears know funds will be'"furnished >to.
eradication. are ... III to 111 11-11 homes, fhely.: lease journed brim fun 'of enthusiasm over -,
Leos their northerly .
? .PeSoto! ''Duval' scambla;: ,Gadsden Lak. .1"--1......,. _,.1.1 tit "11 1-11. 13 .Some twenty-five'> QdiDg companies ' and he had fifteen thousand brinR'"tbem.-back. '
..llernando, HiUsborough! ; ,Jackson\ Manatee r ".........4.0 toII, lid: on the ..hotel having expirfd.- have made' inquiries as to thebonds the drive the public i itit. When our llbert-propert-and, "
ManateeMarion,. ,Hs- MarlonNa ;.,- ...' .-..,y $54' ,11-11 It is ""understood that a -deal is now and .it.-lsthought.there will bend circulars printed-urging. lives were -at stake; the several bond '
i" ''LakeLeon' Osceola Orange, .fc u'' i :.;:.!::..,....11. to Ito. )1-1, pending,,and probably will be made, .disposing: of then. "finish what you've begun" so "isstres1were! oversubscribed.Wow.' c ', 4' itllat
.au. Oke.chob.e,,,,,.;..' Fav rabl. .f. ; be sold to an difieulty Lieutenant' asked for'orders
hotelAVill the
the MaeDpnevgKhas when the1' fight for
'" 'Palm Beach iPasco'Pinelias f.Pol&St. .......tv70/: '"f0' / 1dOsceola whereby; City ,Engineer A. J. ths' machine,, ""They have won '
;. .,, rLucie. ,Benoinole, ,Volusla, and sI. .}.... ,>- . : II first clasa shape .about'th city'and ribdLJbntwillKA .j
Palm Beaehi, .; means to 'froWt'ln the construction of the fly Inot: only, be .over-eubs _
4 Washington; .. .._ 17."t-,1I1' lll.B- plans for; ., Bivens
.. .manner. 'This Lieutenant pro
up-to-date '
majority Pa.-- and run it in -an thought'that .at them> bond issue ever'
against by .-IS 1 t.I' bulkhead--and.11 the most popular
AI 'Sumter-voted: '. 150 to. accompanying
vote Pinellas... .-.''Of... ..*Ii. o4 to. 5e ,u*s''' Messrs.. Browne and Marmaduka ...will submit ceeded.: to do, the 'congressman the people. ,
,\ of'sixty-four, and Holmes Jby.a Polk ... .... .. with, least six. of.these, parties him.' After they had, offered-to .
ha.l' alsi Rosa ._j 'Ma. orir'aaalnat express-themselves-as delighted that the' retueaing.Soldier ,
h Santa
Rosa .
I positive
of 420 to 233.; Santa This information $t.' L.UCI ;.i...-,;_, 114.40 SO* ltd their stay in Kissimmee. and art bids 1 covered .their, terrlV>ry her ;:they am,,if hewas- working for' an.American ,
voted agalnsts'eradication. L. ,.. It* to- 14- 7-1B % that citytwies.'distributing ;
,'was: obtained 'today 'from Sumt$Hemtnol.r' ,,..p,...a.v,,1.. Majorityaralnst grateful for the many.'courtesiesand '.Jiev.' and"Mrs. Bryari'have.returned flew to<"'Orlando, circling the circulars j IIIdropplnal' & 'will find his old position, 1 p

h'' -of the,'secretary of,-state Volusla. ,_;..,,_j788 to 117 ,11SWuhlnfrton co-operation shown,them byjpwr.. visit -Seabreeze.. ..andConway ready'for' him. 'Let us. show'by our y
the records _' ...i n. to 1S1 11-S / people.. ,, from. pleasant- .. then atPlpeca.tllt than 'words, oar .
6. .and copies of.-the. certified. returns.VOWELL. c_ ---- - ... .. ---_ __ -J on the way. I .. 'rather . ..ppre'tWe'did"not .
4 FORVICTOIirjlONDS'Total : *TANK WILLADVERTISE This is Congressman'Sears-'Initial win.They: won; Here's:

,'&; COUNTY TERMS U GENUINE ARMY flight In 'an air,.ahlp," choosing, his i th. God'bless. them .
to" boys.
I .Vict annovraced- and when '
u this event
for SEARS -
hometown JOE
S. .
,8, evidenced' tP'AN;
; .' Four'and *'Hatt Biuf Dollars' 'VICTORY asked howMhat sort -navigation Member of Congress1.;
, ;t r
.4_ :; by four year 'notes bearlneInterellt'.t,8.fIW' ,. suited'him he. replied: tl ,must say .

>> .$oqt. c. E.. 'Yow UIb.u1.beeny: p tarlreeland' 434 ,. can'posalbll, ;,.arrange . --- :- "* h
W.S..8. tory and patrtotlc'.dld"i"
'' chairman ,of the'mad'as .ieeetpt' of the ; yon this '
i'': .'ipointed! county' The'Gazette Is In .the tank to br"in .two.or threetowns' ,VICTORY'.LOANLMEETING AT is urged tee",
: I for .
for the J919. Th* .
activities year along..thisIine'but .rtrltJL..apPtleatlo- folowing : letted from ,L. p. ReganVictory' in'yonr' county day. peblie/genershy'/ '
before be
.There; will b*' no drives pn or_ Chairman f 01 men will operatethe CASINO. SUNDAY .
:OJ in-its pl.te.a.ayatematlc educatWal May 10th. .'.'- 100,:4- 4 : L.an4PubUcltj .. Two experienced sonve Speaker -- ; tcOnCE.c"i t
) 'campaign carrletion' 10%:July' 16th. this loon: ; 7' Tank and possibly f'A ''Victory Loan: meeting' wtEbs '
;; ..... : ; will accompany it. Jlowev87"J'ol1.wIIlbe. I ,bolls work
tb. Including
by men who represent government .'Z0% August 12th. .. 'Tampa-Fla.-'April l l'1..t about .the-speak.\ held at.the ea.iDo'.Tbeater Sunday :Town.cattle. '
.;' and -who visit. various: sec- oSeptember -8th;i. 1". To' all ,County .Pobtidty.Chairm.lrwe :, .advised j further for the afternoon' April' 27-at 4', o'clock oxen.. cowssteers
tionsv speaklnCiD, th. :Interest' of 20%','.Oetober,7th... have succeeded in s.euringTankfor'tblason.and'th. *! err by,1C.--Snttojs. .Itinerary within. the when, 'a ..Avereel'pictJare entitled: will be' 4Hpped/at the Pat Johnston-- r
made ,
thrift. From time to time tile speak .20'Co') Novemberllth...* ; method Tank c: lIP to -The, Price .of Freedom.will; be vat; on* miCe cast of Klsaimme.-71a4-.' ; -

.SersSsriU. 'visit / Osceola county and C-.A":CARSON of, transporting>> thia from ore town next, few-days;and, forwarded Loan you shown. .:The picture will be followed on Monday, April: 21. ml. a '
the people hems. Sapt-Yow-;, ' 1Chalrmaa[ ; to'' smother,will be :'by,Army,' track f Yours\toriVictory iwhen- some prominent h DR.' G. B. HARTKE.,
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.ell will hsstd;the"rk..f1araiSbi thed.p.rtm.ntJpt1b 1 v'f-' .\, rY and 7-ton ''trailer. In w..way w* '''' ,Eons Chairman. speaker will address the_audienosloaTire Vat, .Lup.dory Osoeoni.'.Coant"; .

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f 1 ,!KissimmW" :Valley>' Gazette, ,City; j lf l- 'The'.reception/ to'''returned ..soliders, on the p''rog-ram. and 'th.t'a* women' -. April 16th>' J.i R<

Gentlemen; I I' am just in receipt of a telegram' as and, sailors whch} was given -by the'' have ,'played so. strong al i part in the I Kmimmee Valley- Gazette Gty XGentlement I a '
citizen.'of EissimmeeThur.daxnight war the home-coming, 'receptionwould > > \
follow' i I was attended by of citizens, net be- complete without this ".1 am today! :advisecMnat :th*' quota, of; '" /

-'- "1enn. of Victory; Loan, announced today as''Col.-. I who vied with.-- each other, in .honor-." feature Meiklejon, and who he had''requested devoted that her"Mrs., time Victory' note assigned to. .........
>: lows: .:Four and, Hajf Billion- Dollars four year notet'andV.* all'>> to active war 'work, be"called'to the April 21st to"May 10th Vt 09,250. Of this .amount''' :

a three quarters. percent tax fre;-ancT fourand three -- ..--- .rostrum This'1' was taken up ftby the K3sstmmett-expect tell $55,050, 'I ,
The reception was' 1 audience and the applause ,continued '
-' suggested by'the !
;,: ;: guarter. percent taxable. Quota will"be given. Monday. ministerial association and' was:till Mrs MelkleJon walked to< .tho It win,.be necessary for a very larg*.eJfort i lb;jbe made . 4

f held in.the FiraL.Ba '&t: f hurray front "'arid very sweetly thanked thepeople _1 by,all committees; and by 'all interested -parties to-place . '
Chairman. : : .
"M.JFADDEN.. whlc/fairly-transformedZbytHe ,orTCissimmee for their kind .
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K. u. .. hands of the decorators' with bank.welcome. i ' ** thuVamouqt. of bond Complete. co-operation', 'can' ac-1' c' "',.1';
.: 'Thi* will explain the amount and terms of the' Via of potted plants and cut flowers, and t\;' Lieutenant. Marion .. Farmer. who -"complish' it,very quickly. "* ___ 4' !
tory Loan and I 'am sure it is i information; which the Pub- everywhere the' gleam :qf the national -* was .with the ,aviation department .
jjri1iy. ," colors and the flags of the allies. overseas, made an. ng ; / Respectfully. ', .
lie desire Your respectfully. The- guests of honor! were requested . 'giving some of ..his experl nd '" . __"_ .-
;: to wear their uniforms and this; closing with an appeal for a general C. A. CARSON :
A. CARSON". added a military note to the; 'evening. .support of the?Victory Liberty Loan 4

'_, . Chairman,Otceola. County.. The early 'Part; of the evening was which is to .finish. what we, have, .' i County Chairman.. ...,. _
,. devoted to thanksgiving' ..service'welcoming ,-guW'i---. /'M". .,
) the boys; home and was I t i Mayor Steed was called for and I I {
opened.. by the hymn./'Holy.lIoly. responded with /a few words saying ..
.. --. Holy" rendered by the chorus .'choir that while he volunteered for service .
'. of the Methodist church. I i:he got no further 'than Key West,
Prof. R. M. Evans announced the and felt-thatitwsr''hatro1rto'the 1

rliACK! OF DATA POSTPONES,: ,' program and introduced the) speaker boys who were "over there." Those MANY MATTERS DISCUSSED
: in. tum-With---flttln.-w; rds;"! ------1 I!*ere-the men-the-cpmpany'wlshed-to -

Rev. W. B. Witherspoon prononncd -. hear, he said. .
'1 the invocation. || Wadley Parker responded th his 2 j

: f ACTION Congressman W. J.. Sears mad. the,namewith words of appreciation of

:: : ON STREET PAVINGThe t}address saying that of welcome'and he had a fine*speech began pre'by i'I what boy. the- Red Cross had, done for the ATBOARD OF TRADE'MEET )

/ 1 .j pared but that lie had crone UD in the!i A" boyS' Quartette. Including 'in its
K - \ I air that morning for the first time WilrMa'-on Tiller, Roy ------
adjourned meeting of the city ment. _. f |,that is, taking the word literally, andThad 'Graves, LeRo/ Lesley and C. II.I I So interested has the Kissimmee,Tin'.Company's ''trucks: were testing
council Friday night called to take I Councilman R. S. Floyd seemed to j forgotten it. He seemed to repair J( Summers, sang several number. board of trade become bathe welfareof .tires An the Orlando-KIsimm brick 'it
final action on the proposed street 1 I voice a unanimous opinion when he: his loss 'very nicely for he paida ''which brought forth- rounds of; ap- : the city that a special"meeting.road.: This was brought'about by' a
i' paving! issue fell short .of definite reaiults -|said the fire ,department was -about high tribute to the boys bedore ''plause. was called on Wednesday night when i telegram sent the company" from the '
r;i) l'. as the city engineer was out of ,the most important organization\ Kissimmee. him and spoke with Badness of the Mrs. C F. Burrows rendered //a new topics.'were discussed and'.a board of trade last wkr'.protecting
I town and the necessary data as to possessed and that the boys ones who could never return... Mr._ beautiful vocal solo and the high number of. committees reported,their against that practio*./while the heavy
the cost of the improvement was not'should{ have everything they needed''Sear touched on::a few of the proD *rchoo\\ orchestra, under the leadelr- work rains.were rendering a soft road bed.!,
:t on file. that lay within the city' power to lems that confront the country today ship of R. DeWitt' Brown played at The officers of the organixatten r A communication ,wart *-fronr +
:', The meeting was attended by a .supply. and seemed- voice the sentiment- intervals throughout the evening. were, present and the u.ual..bu.ineu..,the United State Blue Book ssking,
f; number of citizens who were attracted < 'i'he" petition was referred to the of his hearers for they frequently in.terTUptAd At then close t>f" th program the routine gone, through. then there,jtharKissinm advertise with '.them
l' by the Issue under discussion.I electric light and water committee him with applause. refreshment committee, aided by a ports of the committee! :Were: called ,I and the tnatter was :referred to the. s
City Attorney Lewis O'Bryan read larking that they'go over the mattef I I I The response to this address was bevy' of young girls, served the entire foW. advertising ,,committee._ '
: over the resolution asking for '.jn.,with Fire Chief Lupfer and report,,made. by Captain Marion Carson who audience with punch and wafers J..,Steed' stated that work,"on ,."Th. proposed contract 'with the.
t'Iectlon to pave a number of the rback >at the .council. ,'**> has fust returned from ten months and, ice crea.m, with home made the proposed l.ueet charter was. pro-r! .Phillips' 'Lumber
\ jj, streets for drainage purposes, but -Councilman Taylor brouhr-vp the service",, overseas. Captain Carson cake;*... __ ._ gnseing'and'that it would' soon_be ; but ',_ th Company, ;,council was discussed ',
''I'IwMle it was the desire of the counI ->1 1I f subject) ofth.'proposed contract with spoke _with" deep feeling of the experiences Every guest of honor was made to in shape .to:'present. to the city councii .i working on that I city. : Is..
ell to dispose of the question it was the Phillips'- Lumber ,Company relative of the boys'over there and feel at home from the moment of hisarrival : f. was taken' .N.proposition no actlon
i. ,: : impossible to act without the figures tov the furnishing of power to,of the joys and sorrows oft, their I IIrbme ,: when he 'was'' given a.warm C. A. Carson gave interesting data j .the'
;1 vetting forth tho" 'cost of the work. that company's industry" ,beret ..and 'eonalnr; when some ofrhejc: *W harurTasp by some member the on the new colony at' Lake Wilson Probably ,.feature' fling ,th* 'even-,
,, discussion that fro t.hc reception 'committee who stationedttt thirteen miles .. and was the> general discussion- of the
j r < :After *, general when was ultimately referred fades must be left behind.. "_ was some from here, :
' \ Chttlrman Fox invited ..ny member jtnLw. ?light and ",*te.P" ,mmitteo .for: .>*ur1ther l[,r' Cm>t 1n-n. W. MetVIs joitAvho vein* the doors till his 'departure; stated a..small sum spent" on ";the railroadtjrards. and crossing which)
., f fQ 'the; assembly! to participate-it wa.-. 'data J"rl. ?' "+... -IN-* .peered with the-Enrglish Jorcet.aVtlie! Wire Jhj.was:presented with -o.cL,. gads that; lead from' that; community :now' OCCUP1'o"of the prettiest, section .. '
'voted to n've the matter to the]I Chairman Fox stated that it .was beginning of the war. was called- on, garsnd'd' two bunches of cigarettes.These t ioTKissimmee 'would bring a'consid-'|I 'of the'eityTher.: *'seem* to' be
etreetcemm ,Ittee,. .asking that It report the wish of the council to proceed. and gave a wonderful talk of trench; ,were-. a gift from Mrs. A. S.Reed. enable amount of trade here. Latern special, complaint of the amok nut",
: back to 'he council as soon as with all these progressive movements experiences. So eagerlr.was the .au 'who desired that np detail be the; meeting ,was 'sane, particularly that of the Sugar
?t the figures o \d-be ascertained.A 1 as rapidly. possible bu.t that dience following his talk that he was j omitted 'that, would add to their instructed to,appear before the coim- Belt engine that' fires up with wood.
communication 'was read from a certain amount of timo was required urged to continue when- he brought pleasure on1 this evening. ." ty commissioners asking that they Itt seemed to -fee the concensus of'
the Kissimmeev Volunteer Fire Department insure-that"-no mistakes were' take action on the road question and opinion-that_ the railroad should
$ to hi. speech to f close. |I It II estimated that more than 500
;.. asking the city that P num.I I made. lie said, referring to the pav- .C., A. Carson then,remarked that,people participated in this .thanksgiving hat. Road Superintendent Farmer''move its;i yards out of the city limitsor ..
.lbet-of-improvement '.be made in the Ing.. and drainage'" question: "We no woman had consented' to speak<' clebratlon.' have the road put in good. condition at least from this busy section ''ofKissimmee
apparatus. They that a paid certainly wish ,to "'rail this electionas as soon aa vossible.; '. :* j which is adjoining the
urge ; --- -- --- ----
man may be supplied to be at head soon as'pouiblebut we must go : .: : I The membership committee, head I Graystton ,hotel. : wherevisitor..
J. "quarters day and night. This would over the qq.stlen.-.6" thoroughly that N. C. BRYAN'' IS OPPOSED .ed by E. D. Kate had nothing starting would, be ,constantly, annoyed.
'lowei-t ie-J'ate..clLin.urance..U over II no- mist4kesydllM'm.-. that when to :report. A. 3,' Nelson askedto I I 'f
the towh and ,wjmM likely be a payIng we call fV; we.:'will. have the backingof TO AND SEIZURE be relieved from' service' in that 1>1,; and Mr. E. J. Holmes of 1"
f'- investment Fire Chief'. Sam th.''people . SEARCH department and J. Earl. Lupfer' was ,Tampa motored,to-Kissimme* Thnrs-
Xupfer explained.The--department I "_;'The, cottnell meets tonight'to 'openIne named in his place.. I day and on their. return"wer* accomr r"
r- needs a more adequate place to store I bids on ",th* bulkhead bonds:and I By J. E. Worthington. fecting the law_ H* could- Secretary Sam Lupfer. ,, called. will by V. W. Edward, who
present two
the engine and the members of the will; likely hear the committee reports not .wheth.r the mmitt would tendon .of the meeting to the .t-I i spend week*.visiting,, ( friend
r. I 'Tallahassee, April 14.-There will say' <*> ** ,
1 department are In want of equip at that time.' "*: endorse the which I. to be that no more of the: United. in that city. ., >, _ "
1 \ 'be no bUl for a' "Rum Ferret" in plan sure T r r ,
:Florida, at">least not if Rep., Bryan' brought before it, to take from'pb1': "fI' I

: TICK ERADICATION ,!IS VOTED ; bone joint dry'bill author ,of of the the extra. Bryan-Stokes session has sicians'for'them th*. -d ht at Sen.the Hughlett special session reserved C CONGRESSMAN:: JOE :SEARWENT ;' .

'hia way.* ./' f i of prescribing small portions of, .
'. "r'don't believe: In'that sort of, liquor, not to exceed, eight ounce "

= (thing He,,"tad' said been Mr.asked Bryan.if*he Intended, Some, this of the white eemmitte, others 'are favor doubtful repealing ; ' ' :

itY!; BY TWENTY-SIX'\ )(COURTIES' Ilntroclucln.r'search 'and seizure a bill. Th state pharmaceutical association "UP 'IN'. ;THE AIR"
; .: : ) which would contemplate ., has denied that it wishes the >ight i' .
the .appointment of a state .li! to keep liquor even for such purpose : ,. .. .. ., ....' .
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811'/' .... v -' :-"'--; agent whoa* duty it would be to and has published ".advertisement*"in 1 ' + d'
:;..fB.Herbert'.F.IJ.t: < v : ) _, from th* ,various clerks In wbicp_. . sea baggage of {tenon* coming; several of the state;papers urging Congressman, W.., 3.. Sean I.' tak. I like flying,;_though" _I:Ilk* 'U' "- > that this privilege b* takn- ... ingfan active, part. in Ttho Victory Jn* vtpi ,,. / '
.TaDahassee '18 elections hav been hld./ bit* the state with the view of seeing away rMr. '
;. Twenty-six, counties April -of(,SFlorida ." "Vote'"l; Coaatles. if ,,thel' 'were :bringing \in 'contraband .,Bryan has put la a bill Making Liberty' ; > city la.just),beginning and requestedthe snip was parked in:; the lancIlD.r- eld' t
'har ,YOW to.eradicate, the: Texas booze. Mr. Bryan denied barter any it unlawful to. bar screens or: any 'C';, ;
; '' 'Th counties; lined as such intention and other obstruction to, I war department at Washington' and the flyers will participate ia>th*' 0"reeeptioQ'la.leI
i, cattl fever _tick,' .while ,only '. three ; \ .various up said emphaticallythat :, designed prevent ...
"" follows aeeordingtotile' ereord.i : be did not believe in each work. the view'' in pool. rooms. It is that KUsimmee might be Yialteer'by'I.n tonight honorinr: *
th proposition
?;that,i ban'TOted ,. ; .
W >'lave' declined to make? .dipping .compulsory " . Dat. .of ,His' committee I. at WOn! : on some drawn alone the,'line of, tha law airship. Thursday to further, the boys who .bav"'retumd! _from. senrTh a
,( ( the. county confines I' County Vot Election amendments to the bone dry law butthe1' once referring to similar blinds' In ... of the campaign and M a ice? .I'' ,
AUchua ,. ..., ill to'107' 11-8 feature of the celebration the. city is )
m ** are merely in the7'; of per- saloons.COUNCIL .
Thjose- .r stat*-wid* compul- t .-*..___.i **. tIo AC ,. the returned r : circulars 'I.W... dlstributed :
,. wit :;., 11.aoM. --------------------------------------------------- boldine- to'welcome vaol-1, ,which. --
and Tat construction Br.vard _. .. ... .._ .45 to '
.ory ., ; If dUrs ,,ancI.aallore.. ,. read __
that is a* popular as a state ... to 11-1.\' LESSEE? WILL GIVE UP. 'WILL' OPEN BIDS'ON' ;.
r say DDauvatto r.-. :rlol toil" 11.1"'JtI The request waa ,readily granted ] gletory'Loas. .
issn as it has been under local. option n.oambla' '-..._ *T' to 4.1 .-l'-'lS GRATSTONE\ HOTEL, SUNDAY ,LAKE( BULKHEAD TONIGHT and through the'courte.ey' orLI, ut-J J\I thought ourboys wen mol
;Florida.-ill soon b*_tick free. ._. "U to'UI : 1-1-' e 1ycode .
Oad.d.nk.. Lieutenant .
but themselves
i I ... ; enant Colonel Thomaa/thmcan: they proved . 'r
. )','. The counties, that have been given Hernando HIIliborouKh- .?>",.-I."II*]T ,to to tn 87 .il-8 11-8. w- Messrs. G., Sheldon Browne and W. The bids on th*- 'bulkhead bonds 'Blvens and Sergeant Lord ,. to be among Nth!; best and bra -,
; substantial majorities In favor or Holmes . I 1, eradication are Alachua,. ,Brevard, Jackson ; '64* to 118 11.1 .known.. r" :
son* hoteV expert to leave Sundayfor ed and :examined (tonight atv an adjourned to congressman. iNow'CongressmanSears x
'DeSoto DuvalEscambia ,Gadsden Leon '. ... JI.6t toTlIT: 11.8 I
has be-1 I I w. sent them eooierrli.- I'
'r Lake ',....,. .144 tq') 18 liI.'itManatee their northern home,\their,leaseon meeting'of the. citycouncil./ .
Jackson, -- ,
: 'Hernandcv HiUshorougbt\ Some brim full of enthusiasm overthousand'know funds will be furnished .to "
%",*.-> 40 to'- >8 11-8 the hotel\ha vlnll''expired. / twenty fire bonding commies come .
'Lake,\ LeontManatMjddarlon" Nassau. Marten V,q :;....*+ -., B0*. to *** .11'* It is ilnder tood that a deal-is ,now have mad1 inquiries, the the drive and he had fifteen bring;' them baek.. --- '. I.
.' Okeechobee. Osceola, Orange, N.rtau -T C LOkescho -_..,. 17*. to 110 11-8 pending,:and probably will be made, and it is thought,there will be circulars printed, urging the publicto '' When our.Jiberty. --.and
.,,.,. .Favorable ..
l Palm Beach Pasco, Phiellas! ,'_'Polk, set. in of'them:, "finish what* 'tau". 'beguft"' -ro>>,Hveweratstake, the several bond'yr ...a
421s no
Orange ,,_. .;..t, ,..:..,' whereby the hotel will be sold to anxperiene.d diflculty .disposing ) I[ .,?
; St. -Lucie. Seminole' ,. Volusia" and Oac..ola'' ......;... ts4 tor3"877lto'l' 11'*5 'hotel man with.' ample City Engineer' A. J.. MacDonough whenthe' Lieutenant asked for'. 'orders' -Tissues were. over-subscribed., No | ,,01 '-.t'.''
': "Washington.Sumter'voted.- Palm Beach'17e:" .! to: 11 4-et" means to; In first class:' shape has .received orders for ntti* sets, of h. suggested that th* machine.that "'The, have won the fight for ,
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I .r.\; \" '/-' against by majority' Pln"II"J'aaoo :.G.0.-:_,..1II0 to **' li-a and run it in 'an up-to-datemanner" : plans' for the construction of' the fly' About the city; ,and distribute us," ,I ''predict ,the Victory Loan will ,i, '
1 .k'of/ .Ixty-c; .'and Holmes by, a vote; Pollt :.; ... .:.... .1.00. to ,51 ''11.1 Messrs.' Browne and Marmaduke bulkhead and It:is. thought that'' at thenvi This Lieutenant BTven proceeded not .. of' 420 to 233. Santa. Rosa has' also Santa Rosa.....j' ,Majority asralnst8t do the accompanying be the_ most popular issue. ever 1
; express themselves asr delighted with least six 0(.,these,parties will submit. to ; .'congressman bond
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''voted'against eradication. This information Lucl .to to* llnSRemtnol .
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: him. had oReredto the people. ., ,
After thy
*' ....:_ 1IB to. 14 ,-11. their stay ln" KUsimnrtce.; and are bids. .
I I" ;:. was 'obtained today from Sumtr' *!-y-.,>..-.-v 44 Majority' grateful. for -thr .:many, 'courtesies covered .thelr terrHory Jr', .... they I am positive that the retw)ning. ", l9 r .J
, '. ,th* records of the secretary of.tate; .. r'-.:'..,... 7n to' 117 11-B- ,, and co-operation. shown,them by. curpeople. ;lieT,"and Mrs. Bryan'have, returned flew to"Orlando, circling that<;city soldier, if b* was ,working : for -an,, ?.
;':andcopies' of the certified''retUrns Waahlnfrton >.. 17*' .to, 181 flea . . from a pleasant visit to Seabreeze.. twice distributing' the circular' anddroppani American'will 'find .hfa ,old *position, '
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.:--.l.7.-n-------n---- - : - 1 .. -- them at- Pineca.u.and. ready for him. Let'.1\ow'wour a
ID'; i COUNTY i ii TERMS FOR VICTORYBONDS, Conway on the'wa1'. -. acts, rather than -word._ .,"'oar,.appreciation.
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, ; _,_ GENUINE ARMY Nk'WIt.L" 1 1r This is, Congressman' Sears Initial I . . .
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,CHAIRMAN ?W. ,5.,5., Total .Victory Loan ,announced is flight id.""*n air,ship,'I'choosing' his W.'did' not win. They won." Ilea's,
i Four and HalfTOllian' Dollars, *videnced '
\ a- home town for this event*..WJdwhenaskea :. to.....,.the. boys, I God.. bless them. . c
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four notes
by. bearingInterest ADVERTISE ICTQRYLOAN - '
: / ''beerf year. : 'how"-that sort 'of navigationsuited JOE: SEARS
Supt;,. C. E.: Yowell has (ape 'ati SK&' taxfr' and 4%% ''
pointedcounty: chairman of the W, taxable' Payments. ,"be .mad> .'J I.' him' he replied: '!1 must My.. . _ . . ,Member of.Congress'-:
as .
r I S..S.. activities for th*:"yearT: '>G-19. followslQ'withappllcaton'on' '.; -- may. Ths Gaeett Is in 'receipt' .of the tory; 'and' you can .possibly",,arrange -: -
,The *: will.b*. no, ,drive along thUlinetrat / folowlag letter .fromL.( ;. .p. Regan I forth* tank to b4rui two 'or three VICTORY" LOANtlTEETlNG AT' Ith'i.'' atriotic 4Iuty---* "": II. ,
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in irs systematic'educational or towns in'your: county lit on. day. Is" to
place a .* '' 1 pabllc/generally urged
"' iPubliciChairman, forthi.lone
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-'' .,, campaign wili-.b*, carrieUon May'10 10th.','JuJ15th..'' Victory ; Two experienced men will, operatethe CASINO SUNDAY AFTERNOON. beTh 1'8lel1t at this meeting. ',t .
. by men who represent the government % : . Tank and possibly coma' speakerswill c :" } t
.. ;. and who .visit yarious' setions .-20.. %. August 12 h-8ta.i.; 'Tam &, tFla.'A'jm1' < ::1otSl: accompany it..However you will jA" Victory."Loan ..;meeting will :be \ NOTICE. '

"' the interest"of 20 20%%" 'September October,7th.i '".' To,, J1 .County ,Pub\1e1tJ".Chainae.-" be,adviaed farther'.,about,th*;speakers held at: the Casino Theater Sunday 'Town- cattl*.''including bolls,,, worfcr( 'v :
'f"." \thrift. From tUne to time the SpeakrswUl \ 20 lltk. .* W* hav succeeded in. seenriM-ra by.Mr..Suttojs. Itinerary for the afternoon,' April' 2'7,;'at 4' o'clock, oxen. co-," start,heifers and ealv*swill :
\hre visit .J Oaceo1aeountr= and : %; ;: _. x Tank for: this .con. ;:.and th method Tank wW, be' mad ".up within the when.-i'a five-re pIcture entitled: b*. dipped/at the' Pat 'Johnstoa '

%.-talk't. the poop*' here Supt. Yow.I . C.'A.'CARSON. .''T of transporting-... .from on town next few day and The, ,Price ,of Freic dom,": ,will b* vat;'on* mil* eaSt of KissimmsTie. .' '.;jI <
I r' 'all will bead-th.'w.>rk.,furnishmg the S; : '. .\ ''- -.t ,Cha to*'another,'wfll b'by s Arnxy .track 'Yours' 'for-' Victory Loan: 1 shown. ;The picture will be followedby on Monday,. April '!!. 1919. "
%Jiritho infr'mstloa''and're . ( and, -"-&Qn trailer. In this-way we ,L.' 1>..R&GAN; speaking ,when.some ,prominent OR. O. B. HARTKE.//> / ,\ .

.. .. :suits communications,'I, BUY. ,VICTORY. LIBERTk-- ;B01mSr tan;,"COVM/S. ; great, .deal. .nor" 'terri-, Zoo?r' Publicity. Chairman.. speaker,will iddrenlth.'audl:: t .nee!,oa : Vat Inspfctori Oaxwoto._ '_Cooatg, ?'' -l, '
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'' '' -Doctor> CaldX \ I LIBERAL TERMS 'OFFERED "; 1. '
: .using, tfT' >
well's Syrup Pepsin for more' ,FOR NEW. VICTORY LOAN u'
it saved little grand ?
... : seven years. I believe ,. my Terms of Jit the 4
c: payment new Vic November 21; 20 per cent December '

t t : daughter's: .life, as:she had siich..terrible' spasms, tory Liberty the! Loan liberal recently' announced .19, 20 per cent January 18 and. 30..'percent ions.Kidney. A dlaiM majority'Is. of no the re.nixieler.111. amlc of.f"r.: ; dlately.. .the.. kidney. othln&, relieve'. b..IIDW. Inflamma; oil atlmuluLe 'i1((1
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are ever offeredby \ on < people today -can b. traced. back tokidney lion an.1* term which ,
: ; caused b'y'the condition. of her' stomach; until the government.> The'deferred This plan wile aiding the bankito trouble have caused. It. 'Do not wall untilto.marrow. .,
I , .00 your druggist today and
payments be -extended .
i" may over a some extent WAS criticlzed'beesusebITjper The kidney ar.'the moat .lmpertsatorgans Inelat'un UOLJJ MEDAL HaarlemOtl '
f> 't' t "\ve gave herSyrup.Pepsin.; '.' Our family thinks period of ,six months,' front -May. 10. cent of the payment 'was cafe I IUt......*,,of the the purlfltr body., of They your'are blood.< the Cupiulea. .',' In twenty>/our hour you
I to November led-
11. for-in fourteen. days. '. should eel health a.nj" vigor returnln-
: is no"remedy, like Dr. '' CaldwelUsSyrup The. installment .dateeltndamountsas I ; .Kidney dlanaae I Is usually IndtotMi by and will bl......Ihe day you Hrt >rtard''
believe that with' .
there the in- .
I : I Officials w.arlne.a" >..) .rvou." *. of 1OL.O t1CIAL! Haarlem OH.After .
and bowels." announced by Secretary Glass,'" accorded banksby deapondwrny, backache, tom.rh trouble you feel that you hay 'curdyour.elf'tontlnue
11"' j ;% Pepsin for the'toma.dr. are, the treasury the ,banks will be, able pain In loin. and lower. ab.t m.n.. to take one or two'capsulea ''
Temper' cent''on before 10. vail atones gravel, rbeumatlem, jiclatlca each day. ao a* to keep la.flr
or May to make liberal
-term of '
' lFrom a letter to Dr. Caldwell written bj VMr more payment and Ivrabavo. .t1aa*i condition and ward off ,thdaniror .'
; C, F. Brown, 1011 Garfield I.\vt., IKanui Ten per ,cent on July- ib. to'' the'person subscribing on "' All theie'derangements are nature' of oilier attack. "' "
;' '. 1 / , Twenty ,per cent August 12. the installment plan with them. -Th Ig-nala to warn you that the kidney A.k for the original Imported GOLD
: t '.' City.-Mo, ,. Twenty per cent/ September 9. treasury has insisted .that ,this_'1vlll teed help: You 'Viou(_we Q not Ll
MEDAL Imme it the dor help you
Oil, Cap.ule i y
Twenty cent October 7,
per be-the" last therefore
popular loan and
""il'1. And the remainder with !'accrued. officials sad' it was planned to- ........."",..--. "" ______, -..._____......, HP.I .
: Dr. interest on defe-rted'installments extend the time of payment over al l .. ,
r; November 11. great; a period as' the financial condi- .
: Fourth loan payments were re'quii- tion of the treasury ,will permit. It '
ed to be -completed in four monthsas was indicate) also that the liberal
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1';. ; 2: S rUPepsin : against six- months in .the Victory terms of payment.would serve as a l BANKBOOK YLi !

: .... campaign. Prior to the fourth loan strong: "pulling' point" for the Liberty .:: <
} '" -.-,,- the treasury required full payments Loan workers. It vacndintedout < : < ... .- -.-- The Perfect Lwcative I from the banks subscriptions.. The that with the revival of business ."
f bimks therefore had to carry all Installment Liberty Loan committees' can argue |'K

_: payments' which they per- that'subscribers might "contractfor( : .. ,
Everywhere .
; Sold by Druggists nitttetl.: I

,. Terms of payment on the 'fourth.bands which would absorb-their surplus RIBN9J ,
50 cts. (a SS: ) $1.QO .- roan were 10 per cent with applica- I earnings for the rest e( the

. tion before October 19; 20 per* cent .year. t/

'; A mid! pleasant: laxative, as' positively effective f \ ;JcTh ) ; d"t'

action. For free trial ,
;, as it is gentle in ,

bottle .send.your-name and address to.Dr. W. B. St. Cloud DepartmentNEWS :

.. Caldwell, 458 Washington St., Monticello, Ill. r' T

; r AND NOTES FROM. ST.- CLOUD, TilE "WONDER. CITY." ,-...;: 'I....
IIV Ol'lt ItKUfl.All: (:onlllJ:8I'ONDENT.: ]
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What Matters .
-- Uncle Josh Ferguson made a business x
( trip to Kissimmee Wednesday.Mrs. I' PINEDALE ITEMSFarmers -

tM- 1n Peed and Mrs. Ferguson hire bank book? --
this --if everybody on, earth turn from you, your a :: ;
rejoicing morn
r w spent Tuesday fishing at the Canal, are
p ; and caught a'title mess1 of fish. ing1, forwehad a much,needed..rain *
Mr. John Ward Miss Elizabeth yesterday.' All nature happier for 1TAtm"LL; REPRESENTS: WILL STICK: f-
Ward and Mrs. Nellie of it. Plant life is green and refreshened \
i and the birds seem to sing louder TO YOU THROUGH.. THIN ,
I Kokomo Ind., who have been spending J JI
: the winter at Winter haven and sweeter.

.. were/ week-end guests of Dr. M. On Friday of last week the 'But people don't generally turn from the man who MTCI. 'f': I;
Brotherhood of Kissimmee held a .
Puckett-Foster. Mrs, Haynes Is on
\ her way nortto, but Mr. and. Miss very uplifting prayer meeting at the He .has confidence in himself, hit nidependence and integrity, :

Ward after a trip to the east coast ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, led .
H: \ \ expect to return and spend the sum- by Rev. Witherspoon.; Mr. Smith 'command the respect which. he invariably receive ;;\f I

\ f. mer in Florida.Mr. was not abler to sit up but he enjoyedthe ,
'and Mrs. II. A. Haymaker; services and testified to Gods's START A BANK ACCOUNT HERE ,,;
gcodness to him.
who have been spending the winter 1\Ir..and Mrs. Hart, of Detroit Rest. AT ONCE IT WILL PAY YOU ,'
here left for their homein t. r
on Tuesday
were pleasant callers in this neigh- '

c4 Mr.Ohio.Henry Hoffman of Detroit, re-grets ", r+r

T .. Mich., wjio has been for a while in home back in Michigan. Mrs. Hart STATE
1 Florida, arrived on Tuesday to visit said: "Oh, if she could just have an BANK OF
t v : : his uncle, Mr. Woodmnnsee and his apple orchard, of even an acre." But {.
sister, Miss Hoffman but (leaves on one can't have everything, add if
Tuesday for his northern home. they have health they should be sat

Dr. and Mrs. Beitler were the din- isfied. lt
ner guests on Wednesday east of Mr. Mr. and' Mrs. Trego and Mr. and r KISSIMMEE
and Mrs. Dyer.; IMrs. McCullough went to the M.

0; Mr. and Mrs. Frank CRirk, Mr. I IE. Church Sunday evening, expecting/:
: Patriotic Story and Mrs. W. F. Kenney Mr.: and Mrs.A. lo hear the famous Judge.: They RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00 ;;,' '
T- S. McKay Mr. and Mrs. G. W.' were somewhat disappointed but ,
Penn Mr. West,' Mr. Jacobs and were more than paid for the effort
daughter. Miss Acherson, and Bob made by a rousing sftrmonbj! Rev. '
a Hodnett on "Go Work in ATy Vine Officers and Directors: :. ,
.. Fry, motored to Aligator Lake Tuesday -
.t-oEthe LOAN and spent the day fishing. yard." c;. A. ,CARSON, President M.\ KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V-P.; y c:.
II. G. Siever 'spent Monday in
The Christian church people held Lakeland. J. D. JEFFORDS, Cashier 'f

;. J cottage prayer meeting at the homeof Mrs.: O. B. Siever and baby, Ella N.' B. CARSON M. KATZ -- .; "
: f ; :::7i Mr. and .Mrs. Z. Barager, Monday Maude :'with- -h ,
ltJt"tO"hLehlldrQn ningir., spent. Wednesday rsister. C. A. CARSON, II. FLEMING,

., Wbo \fi1Iproftt.b.Y thrift Holiday, who ,has been a win- Mrs. Whedon, of Akron OkIowaa ........... N, C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY ;

:-: ; : '".': "1" ,.' ' .... -...,;.... his ter visitor home in here Urickville, left on, Ohio.Tuesday,. for i a Sunday guest of Mrs. W.Hr"7Jones." J. WADE TUCKER Directors. x;,; .
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f. ( ... : \ Mrs. ,Jones and Mrs. Whedon were 'f
'''to Miss Hobba. End mother, who' are '
friends. fo'J )
" ,I winter vistors here left this week for girlhood J
i c: .'J Tell them how the First 'and the Second .: their northern home., The number in attendance at the .:. ,.

; "I'' the Third and,the Fourth helped win the War.-.TeU'h'_ '.' The Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary Mission, seventyfour.CAMPBELL Sunday .School last' Sundaywas 'F]
tll"Y The. G.zette,wantl-a 'correspondent , l.-
held their regular"meeting on Monday ..
hoW'the Fifth the work. --
... them finished
,!. t afternoon.. and mustered inone In every community in Osceola county. '
A. E 'J--
h r new member, Mrs. Charlotte Clark: NOTESMr. Send in the. news, it will help the ; DROUGHT 1 ".
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Investedth. Mr. and Mrs. Clapp who have and will keep your faction before -
...' I lately purchased the Bircher place on
i cent h** ba'returnexL.. "*' Wyoming avenue, left on Tuesdayfor E. E. Brown and two sons ,the public. fiRE INSURANCE: f a their northern home. Theodore and CurtU, left Tuesday '1 ,, 1,

9 ., Thy will lin* Jth* veto of**rrln.. Capt.. Nason-who has been a guest morning for Wrmauma, to resume :REPRESENTS: : 'J." ;. ,
,,: . at the St. Cloud Hotel this, winter, work ,at their shingle mill near that SUBSCRIBE FOR THE --4
M : ra'Andtb*. bow them th* Ponrientl. \ fI. of'tfttmt i < ,,: r left on Tuesday to spend a,few weeks 1,place. . The Horn Insurance Co. of-New '1,;' .to,
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? I1 r \v -.ST r .1 at Daytona and Asheville,. N.-C.7:; be- Mre: J- K., 'Singletary, her. mother, KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE York,, the National Fir,Insnranc \\t.! f.i.; ,!?
Mr*. Harris, .Mrs.F. C. and 'H. N. +
1.I fore returning his' home at -
to Evanston
f 1 i Co. of Hartford, Th. SUB, and .
r .. 1 'VI.tiq:Lalb.eer !..._.- :eMBMklU*>e>. .. 111.Mr. Trimble attended the Sunday schoolconvention aid gel aD the sew .f( OtcelavCoimty. < '"
', and Mrs. Charles i Hudson who" held in Orlando on Wednesday .. many 'otJa r' rellable'eoapaala.. ''
."." '... t L .. It .. :..6. $t.\
'F 9 '" have passed a pleasant winter in our They reported meeting a .,

1.i'TUnHV ., tIII: : :. midst left on Tuesday.for their.home: lot' of their oldtimefriends and RATE,. Z.OOPER YEAR Office: .Breaker aIJt'. ;Co. .. I:, ",
--i ; in Ohio. ,. '". I neighbors. from Bradentown f .0'
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"Drr"Ashley died-here-'on Saturdayat Mrs. 'Aaron---Reaves--.attended -
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; ; ttipfer: &:;Prather Garage':_ I 5 a. m., after a long illness. 'Funeral -'' church'. services in" Kisaimme. Sun. III II III!III sxa115es1sse! : : illlII. lIilliII 11I11I III III III JlilllII III IE III III IE III III III II JllIE!II ill IE!I lll III IE III III III' :...;, f..M.( ..
held the' day. ,'
services were in Bap1st S ,. ,
I A. S. Gilbert ..., C., .low 'GrifiFmtX --' church Monday' afternoon,;'servce Mr.' F.nelaBrown returned Men- mw" ...,j' ...' -: \
,'in charge of Dr. M. Puckett- day I Ifrom an' extended ..visit "with
Foster '' in Mt.Peace friends. and relative at. ,Ogden. and THinkl"Why 1
; Interment 'Y. made ', fort .1 Stop i''
.. cemetery,' ". Mr' .nd' Mrs. I Aaron 'i*
a 'A. CARSON: PjewdcnU:, N.. C; BRYAN. Secret.ry. ; .
: Dr., Walker, who has been'winter moving;in wb.tknown a, the IS ,.
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: truest at the St.: Cloud Hotel left on Johnson house, this week. --- --- II
ti .:: THE'WATERS';,: & CARSON ;GROCERY CO.: then Saturday on to.. last his home for_Jacksonville at Boston] Mass.MrsJ and. was" Mr,*at'.* 'Gardner,Camobell,' ot. Saturday-Columbus lookingover Ohio 1E:: are Americans' 'using such *' >?" I S: $

quantities of :S:
their >
I : George Saunders and "mother, old home' here..nd greeting E great $

.\, Wholesale and'Retail :Dealer i in Mrs.- Smith.,of ,Alligator LaVe;.were old. J! 'friends' .f.r ',,:'A,,off- which she'.. "*has! .. . '..".
many. : !
.hopping es_ in ,St. Cloud on,'Wednesday, Miss Albina Smith' was'' down' to i
w Campbell on .Wednesday attending; 1- POSTUM'J a .
GFobtEBIFsj : 'WORDStR M) O.ME to her usual duties" at canning>club .1.
agent. Mrs. V. R.\ Giles accompanU M .
: '
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ed her. <; J. \
Statements That1M Be.lnn.tlnt- ,, .mm ';\ "
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_ : 'ed. :Testimony' uof;Ki"almmee' Citlsena. ) v CHRISTIAN CHURCH''.' E Health 'valuewonderful l :? flavor ands: t 4' ?'{
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j +" ,4-'p Og00A000'400000. .. p0000-OP00,4000,000; .: r 'fl i:::00.:-Sunday.School.. . i practical make PostumItKe 1 \.' :
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a ; economy '
,: f ,o oWE ;- ,12.00-sermon/ ". ? I: :
+: SELL 0, O 'WE. BUY 0rt to'When th*'front a' 1CI..immee"citizen- telling his .friends'-'comei and ',7tlS-rY. P.' S. C.. E. :: ideal American table drink: 'WS:: ., "
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-- .;...;',. :L 0 0 '., O neighbor' of his experience, you"can ,::08So-.Bermon.: ;; '11 1. v t4 tM .
'to;: __ ', 0 0" HIDES / O his. "Th."tatements Prayer; meeting ,each Wednesday; :: : ": M
.: ; .AY. ,, ._ rely on : M Boil Just like coffee ; =
,at 8 i80. L..A.S.. .Tbun : , 0N;
,.. '" 0 0. . 0 of people residing in";fara way place evening .; e. .
0 'f.. RAIN ) .. ." do not command your' confidence. day.- ...:. _- : 5 \.- IS '' ''f-T-
irk ; ; ,(1 minutes
; .FURS after-boiling
; i I'. d ". Junior C.. E. each Sinn begins) I
; Horn endorsement j.the:: kind that } ay" at.3:30p. .,. : It: Ba .
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O' - .., ,,, .'I1FERTILIZERS\ : ' 0' r' WOOL" 1.: 0 tlmony i*-Convincing",.Investigation Young 'Ladle** Circle meets each i- 2but; remember that unlike - f E*' +
coffeeTthis ,
.;O 1 . '' proves it true.>'Ji.loWi'.. 'a: statementof .second:Sunday. r'Sw': :
.d?,. ..." ..: S'RINGL'ES, . ." : *' -. s ",. I; ; 0 a Kisslmme residents No strong- "c."W.B. meets the tint n Friday :: -' ;beverage.contains no drugs to .," "; 'I\ ',
. of merit be had. .. .. IS JWHmmmmmmmmmmmnnmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmm .- 1'
.f, 1'' : : AND. ,. i i y0i e1"_' proof can In: : -. ...}
.mont .
,, Electric'lJc each T.44Church'Board : stomach + ;
i :, ; : ; W ;AJ; Joinef. Supt tCo :: upset heart ,or nerves. = '
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meets _
201 S, .Orl.ndo Ave. <, "I first Sandmylafternoon :
.n'r' ; says: t k'is' 'tharm : .. "
: do a'great deal of stooping and this :' each month. i.- absolutely pure and without .EA. :
. '' WRAPS I ;;
''TORANGE' 'a 9 I .i, : . weakenedmy kidney and brought You' are cordiallr....jnvited! to- our ; .made from the best of "' '
+' -0 on ';kldney.trouble. At tIm.'my back II' .. '
COUNTRY painful and when ,I went t service, . Froasted wheat and .' 10 "
was wholesome
;> ve'get
.& : ; 0 31-tf,, W. H. Coleman Pastor.Subseribe .
oi 'chair I had,to1
.1 *,/. . out ; press.raj ,: :', mol : : IY
t hand on my; knee My kidney acted r *eBBMiee aMHM **nIBBBe llB> p Mal|I sses,1. \ '
.-*., :._; ,.CRATE' NAILS 0 -- PRODUCE -+ Irregular;too.' I'alwayn use Poan's for the Valley Gazette.t .- : .. .. .,JNi' .I.
O. 0 / :Odl :, Kidney Pill at these time .and1 they 4 You 'can"-' the l I, :
+ X40000'0'00,000000'00 1 000'0000000'000000'f promptly rid me ,of the backache ""No'' Worms I* H*.iUi/CtUU get original posturhat .{ .

..j'. regulated'my' kidnetand. put; me In AH children, troahUd wlU mrau ka.e t' grocers.. Two sizes- ;#; ,
, tine shape, I C d j .thisremedy. l Witty color,which Indlnatel pour bio...w a*e .a }, ,,II I <
,' We fell Field! and Garden SeeJ._of *D.kindi.jf ' '* r"-.end.on.'I role,there ..._ er.... ete..jeM dUtartaace.GROVE'S . .. ;" '("" j.,
-Price :.60c..... at''all dealers.;''.Dont TASTELESS: _IB TONIC_.....*.l.rtr ,'' .. ',t
I <-li. r'. We'givepeciJ to Dtin'C End camping : !
jf attentipn ....
AJ lot beer three wU evfah tke Sued,tmvton .. sLtai1 sold
.iJJ .,.!Free, deL'vcry! in. dtrliwitt.. ToneuNo... 12. jr partieatiT > .Doan.IDlpll-aak'i KidnePllls{ a kidneyremedy.get.,,;,.the mdh.t the dyad. ,,.and sot.a Ojral..*....> !. .. .a !5&an 5C 74!
.w.a Took the whole arMeea. (aan wet thus t
: JjW\ :W.; art,,eolmly *e nU-fcr.... ,/good' fertilisers.., Ask u, for circular .and,. Mr..Joiner> >'h.d.Fo.ter-MiJbum.Co.; throw off or dbhlU,._***the. OeJId. wfll.. r, rU L' "f" ,

I- 't. 7Jnee'(!. i.''pn-fertilizer. *.' :-: .... .?-' _.:,.".ft :. . -. .,, Mfgrs i Bu 'aJo.N..Y.: I b palrot..... taMMt......... MovervettJe., .: .****.* '!' '!' ..... t.1 J'j, r
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... \.J- THE msIMMlI"VAUE1? GAZEnE.FIUDAY. APRIL'ill 1919 Tiii.. -

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I A I TWO HUNDRED ATTEND .- ... ... ., \ h, -4\\ '\

1 I DIST. MEETING- __ L< O. 0... fI .. I t. R

: The district meeting. of the Independent .
Order, of Odd Fellows arranged
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for Friday night by District ::3; "
I Deputy J. L. Ov rtreet, who is just ;;; % /
::; w,11 y I completing: his term of office, was" a
tilr grand success, fob nearly two hun
dred -members 'the lode. of _-thl. < ba
/i' \ 'li ) district-end" their auxiliaries, the .R e r- ..
bekah's assembled in their hall 'to

,J I'spend the evening.. in true' fraternal.-
1 I -The program 'began with the-smsr-
1r In&,,.of, "America". then Rev, W. H. 1
I Coleman offered an invocation.:;
I Honorable1' W. :J. Sears .made, an
!address Welcoming-'delegates and
j :visiting members -in wordsof characteristic *-,
I III' eloquence.Mrs.Ethel'Eelle' .
I Stevens .of Or-
lando district deputy -for' the Rebek-
ah' very graciously responded for
that.lodge.. .
F. M.- Zellers, of Orlando, .who is
II Grand Patriach., made an excellent
talk on questions interest to his
,fraternal brother; and P. B. Wycoflt. ir'i
; ineaddress.*f Orlando Grand Warden, made a ir'-

I I The musical features or the pro- J.
y. 'gram were, especially enjoyable, a
1 four piece orchestra, Mrs, S. H. Bullock -
Mrs. Vema Ellis, Eddie Hansel : .
and Mr. Rouse rendering a number
. : vi-w4A.; ''of' exquisite- selections, and.a quar- i
\ .tette Messrs. Will Mason Tiller Roy \ ehav o
> n
; .j,Graves, LeRoy Lesley and C. H. t
I ii'ri .jI I
i ,,% .jI I]Summers, ,.made. a hit with their four cif. '
part songs.At
! ; ? I -+I the ,conclusion of the program
the 'tom .any numbering nearly two ..
hundred/ was Jfrnvited: ''to the banquethallwhichwasgay ... 'J"
with_cut Slowest. ,
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F !!greenery and'"flag*. The ling- banquet record-Ts'cleu. our'chafnt. ofjjatribtfem, ,
table, was piled with delicious viandajI ,
i.-unbrokeqi-OUr'money-1'-1nve.t & m the safest'security
I Including sandwiches;-.aladolivea, .' .
pickles, coffee, ice cream and"cake. on earth.. ,

:' Debts ," who District assists Deputy dhim O.verstreet are; deserving and all at '- "Each Loan- baa' been,well worth while..''b f therre' i* no-senae-o* ,11 j

: A-;: Pay My great showed credit the' strong for this fraternal event which spirit 'having done our who, duty. without' .all of theml'! ""* *' "\' .'

and! hospitality) of the.people here. "Finish the work today"' ,
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ROYAL ARCH MASONS CONFER Buy-to your Umit of.caah and resource. ;- "- --- '7 ". -i".+...'r j jVictors" t
t t Of all the Liberty Loans ; . ,.
f this is the most important. Liberty Loan l"na. ._!>!_' ,;
At meeting. 'of the Royal Arch t. _
j'' = i We went in to win and to win .Masons Monday night The Most Excellent .. ,

1. I quick'y.' We won. Now we have got to pay our. bills. candidates-Messrs.Degree was conferred'M. M.on Miller seven , .1 *.*, *; sews DM)beset a>tee.y * -- -- ---- '

". I I H. M. Katz, WJ. Steed, Claude Har .

: I (I It means we must see the thing through-Uncle Sam's I I perLC.Overstreet.B. Culbreath, of Arcadia and D. G. Wagner' ,. '. M.:;Taylorr

i debt is your debt and my debt. Let's put over the Victory Liberty I I Dr.. A. J. Holt of Arcadia was'act .

1 Loan with a bang and square things up- buy for cash and buy on istered ing Wonhi the }degree.,ful, Master, and admin- -- __H '- /-. -- .. ' .' ., -T .T ..

1 installments do it today_? .A*. the :close of this_ impressive! oooooo..o.o..oo....' .

( theiA cere ony hall a when banquet the was invited.given guests In DGr..v: T1alGFNE3RrReal :: :

i Victory Liberty Loan Committee were the. wives of the Royal Arch
s'L ," Masons and all members' of theEastern [state and Insurance>Agency
Thlt apace contributed try __ ( 'Star. ; 4
i II. N. Bratton was in charge of .. *
The Waters & Carson :Grocery Co.' I this stone feature was left of unturned the evening that and would no "WeTiave a well..l ae list 'of properties'for:sale, among',which '

contribute 'to the pleasure of the are some very attractive Farms, ,Ranches, Orange:Gl'CbUlin.. 1 x

_._ guests., lie was ably assisted by buildings, and dwellings. all, I inOsceOla: ,County, and each'proposition': 1
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I Mrs. H. W. Farmer and Mrs. Brown. l listed at its minimum value'some; include equip,
SAVE si.50. ROYAL SCOTCH HIGHLANDERS While- each feature of the concert J .The banquet tables were lovely ment. We offer exceptional bargains Kissimmee' and St. f .
Make your Healing Remedy at came in for its full share 'of appre- with cut flowers and .were' spread
BAND POPULAR HERE Cloud .owned non-residents who to sell
properties now by willing
home. Get a 60c bottle of Farris' ciation none- was more popular than with sandwiches,. salad, olives. pickles are ,
Healing Oil, and add to it a pint of Bobbie- Broiler, who graciously coffee, ice ccream and cake. at a-iaerl ce. thusoffering. an excellent opportunity to invest a little--
"+' linseed oil and you have a full pint of The Royal'Scotch, Highlanders I ponded again and again to the res-I! : 'surplus capital.and benefit'by'.the: increase in values; which is sore:" t
the beet healing remedy that money,,t der the leadership of' Roy D. Smith,tent encores. WOODMAN CIRCLE ADMIT CLASS to come. Call or write us. >.
can buy. It cures old sores;;wounds, gave a, concertT'Mon'day--nicbt: | :-Any time,, this band desires to appear .. ".' '
cute and scratches. We sell .it. Wat.vers Caliino to a crowded noyse.. l in Kisiimmee again there is no OFTEN.The'Woodman_ E.: A. S trout"Farm' Agency Inc.
Every number'of' the program wasa ;
& Carson Co.
: Grocery ,
I question but they will large Circle Lodge' ,held .
'\ hit with the audience which evinced draw a .
I. I of its splendid' meetings Tuesday I' I." 'D: Gl WAGNER Mannger- .1'.1'I.
P; -- Subscribe for till Valley:! Gazette. its pleasures continued applause. audience. one when, : .
night a class of ten
,i'1 '_
'''' ": : were initiated Into the mysteries bf Khtshunsee' J._ l Florida :

D the order. .Six of. these were from oto.oiooo oooo .oo. .o.oo.o.. ... ............o.. ..... i
Haines City, three from Loughman
and ones, Mrs. C. H. Grantham, from J

Kissimmee. ,. .
At the close of the ceremonies ye !
C'.x invited to the banquet !: ea.sY'r.
n : ? + 'S assembly was It's so
ys/ ,kl NA ,', hall where the, tables ''were attractively ,
decorated: with .flowers. A de '
Iielour:tce.cream course, including ,t""' I -r-r--' "
vanlla and"cherry" lee -ream and,aa' ",t 0, .,II.UV. e' ., well. ,
sorted cakes, "refreshed the guests, .
which' numbered seventy-five. P.intedoorsPP. '
At the close of the ceremonies the
assembly was invited into the banquethall'to
meet 'the. Woodman of (
t"d 'r a and their wives, \ in--
+e World ; who rwOro! !
% [ b2J 1 vlted:.guests" . \\t';"" '". '. .' ,. the'w
I ''
MASONS; ATTEND SCHOOL 'i: B eautifilllYfinished 'floors are
i 7' -'AT'-ST. PETERSBURG pride of tho home:I It is easy and ineipat- '
I r s M aas..-'J Earte.tiipfer,.. H. ,M.; .airs to keep your floors in perfect conditiotC: "c

r ( days Katz In and,St.:W: Petersburg'J., Steed last spentIseyeral week attending .with! !little work:when'you paint them- with '" ; '" r'S

the !i Masonic School .of ,Instructions "t''
P' y Whilethere their old "' riv' '
1" .
4. time' friends; Editor and I.Mrs.!, E.\F. A ,
ntertained them at ". .. t'
I Naugle, royally- "Save: :
'i'," dinner..and shovedthem. innumerable t : "
tr'I'I courtesies. . .i.V.-' **'' theSurface. '
.r,1., The !:party.returned I home';':' Fttdaynl I a 'I &
: ; ,
.; 'THE thought. /home and good"home 99king has'S'hdpedyouI.: :' ht.. '.I.-- '. :; 1 .7 I IMAsONIC' I 6'rt "J,andyou': ' r I

t '. beaiy>< }hardships:and 'deprivations..Novels! the.jdmctforvyou"'to'makchi SCHOOL'OF" 1NSTRUC- ,' CE -I. - .Save All ". '" '
; rnany : : .
' '* .nON.' ,It dries over night with .(lard.IUgk.1uis night\' .' , I : -

,F' ,. ; ;: : :' S ;dreams ,of .home cometruc.t:/ ,# 4 J., A.Masonic.School_,'of I Instruction'j It'JutelT1ratcr..prooE, does not sew or aack'r:' .
I t ., If,/'that: bid1 stove': \ .wom-out'ahidtaking: poorlylbuya'new, ) one wil| be held in Kissimmee on the 5th, I and,stands gemest,. Krubbing.;,; '14(cornea in nips.. i. /1 .' '. ,: .f f d
.. ,. ,, . 7th school "
.. '' .. 6th and ot.M.XI'at.\Vhich attractive colon', \ 'A
4: 'and'.]let. ithbe'aPri'nces'Rangra; / .... K ". ;, r all the Masons of'lUBaimmee and the y' '; IJ'M '
't' : : -, 'ti-' f !' '''!'!'\ ;r' ".:". ... .. surrounding section' are.' invited'-"to f...,i cc.r.Ie. a.d t41.1 '.r-ireeee::: 4'' + r -: .".' V ,
""'' :.... *. ; ' '\, : .. attend. "This will- be'eepociaJly'con. ........ .,.........c.-....&. ", .....,. ."
.. venient/,for ,the lodges of 'this ,orderat ,, .
i 1"1. J.-' '. __--. .1\L'L'ENt cEss.r . M1i' M1 Orlando and St. Cloud:". -OSCEdLADHARDWAR 'COw: : 'I 1
d_' ... ', Session will be'''held I each! after-* DLtribntors'for' '.Pee Gee .- .. ;-.
tiCARlf04 : : & '
COPt RI PaIrtprod;
: r ... . ,, ::- .. -,.,, noon' from 2'tillli"o'clockiandtheevening \ : ' ". . \ .
L -: .\ ,ii' u c ','Will 'Iedoyotect'! to otherwork' 1 ,. P' ELaallDlDee..IFIa. .
-i': ; :,ii., . GES. I", -, . ', ( '.,.(". 'j,"' when,it is'hoped.that, members : ... .. a t l'
". ,
I ..i tJff) '. ] j--* > / '- ,v .- will be initiated In the three degrees.FISH
of Southerncook: ) ,
the fame
-j :" p' -;'.' ; the.ranges that uphold ?) ':. : '

"'J, ./. V, irig-the ranges that are' made from: ;rust-proof: ,. '. J ':--- FRY' AND'PICNIC..

',.' j '; :' coppqr bearing iron" and.willlast.a lifetime: ; Tltt ..AT SHINGLE CREEK
: 'easy.' good/.coot/ on a Princess: ; Range, because'it is tbrou'ghly'ac,:' -' (Written, for-List WeelcitHow1 '\!

.' spendable rand the many1 eiclvuive: features, for-saving. time, labor'and. fuel, '\.many: fish constitutes ft fish' ... h
'r'' make ita) to the :, -- fry j t* the_.queition'wMchaspuzaling < r
:.' joy .hpusewifeV > c ,.,; \ f the'' minds of""a crowd: who >motoredto las Mrs. E.. C; Swope..-M1.s'sEl.anorMcLaurlne nice/. Rivers,.Stratton' Story,, ''HeDX7---
:, 'Qur. frtxfillustrate : i ogue.tells all about ihe Prificess'Aange: ;''andthc,, ice. Shingle Greet on'.Friday afternoonto MrsL A; M. ,Price; Mr. Edwards and Frank: Edwards.,. tMri.
try their angler's lock .They took . /.
!: >' and :Wrs. ,II. M. Breaker 111'' ,C.r W. A.':M. Story planned the plei.nie
,sons,why it has become such favorito'with'Southern. :housekeepers; , I wWl along 'ann abundant. supply';of.picnic: Oliver;or:Indianopolis, InoX< Mrs.:.A. :and to her the party U,indebted;
'''', j " VI. ,..',' .. supper with or without Cab and proceeded M. Story,,MrsCE.. Franklin,Mrs. for. delightful afternoon though, r
':; to spread it on the grass and I bow 'Ash were captured none s"
: ; Just many
;' W., F. Parker and daughter Miss
\.r .B.. .'COMPANY.T' : : enjoy lt,. : . 'will teUU. -1'1-;' .
... ." .--, -- --, -.= --. -'f----j-; :: '- In tha party were'Xn."tVnir.:1 Roberta, Mrs"Geo: T. Leitner;; Iss ,... I\i
- - *' : '.".' .#. I u den;' A.A.: Pratherj; 'M,' U Leitnexv Lawrence. parser. '-Nn. A. ths'Val+,
: .7 T 1. 1 Mrs..jtt.a .'Vuitlaae&rd. ; ; !
, '!. V Vtl Meadows ; Mrr-and Mrs. 'A:: Cotter. W..Farmer. Mrs.'T. .M. Rivers Mrs. ;; =: r'.- ,..,. .
maD and v daughter,'.Mrs.:J. WYDout- 4....:11 '- ... > I I U
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rot'*' _' _...... / THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY: 4 UZ-nE.FKmY.: APRIL 18., '1919K .... J" .


RISSIMMEE VALLEY i upon their''servants in the Senate-il 666 has proven It/wlll 'curev Malaria half cash'' kenansvtlle balance termss,' salt. lt_ B. .. t
GAZETTEHv I the voter believe he has done ChUls H Guy .
his and FevcrlBilious: : ,.F ver,
THEY WANT A CHANCE NOT CHARITY;;,. workjwcll f or''Amerlcml a !!--Send today' for a fr** earn-

.. Hv.ry ,,Ftlday.' Chances are that he will have an able that causesthe,,, :fever. It is. Otocknaen of publl.hed the. Florl1l1t.; JacUaonvlllv.Farmer and-,
D K....___ V.II.F (!..sett.f second in'i, former1 President Taft whe a splendid }laxative and 'general :.Ton- Te4Iainut livestock >rali>'fnr. dalry
t ., Ic.Adv.Classified( .)\' 'In., poultry citrus fruit and track
F..I.d. :
Is an ardent advocate, of jiLeagu'of ., .,'-- ..=z-- ,. Inc. twloe a month arise> p.r year s
y' --
t t W. B. Harrla, Pre. .l.... '. Nations. ?. SIn three rears for ".00. , i e IB.. 'U. Vans! Agues. .aeeretaqJt '. -- opposition there' wl1J",be a number Advertisements and srenM-al farmingpaper In the'

s Tl..a.... .. '. .. -. re... 11 of'senators whowill also, take .tat*. Write, today.. f
.L rV'ft'ft' yiysc'' Ww H t l tea LOST-A round, black ony* pin oral.1 s
}t ...lK'ra.tI..' II.tea j ? eM*$* H: the stumpy _ FOR SALE-JUraey' Cow 'for : Ml. mented wtM bunch -of grape, _...!..
::1 hl, One Copy .One Y.a...............o.I.OO. wK tv* *!*& J*' > | rtjS'' ., Unless the plain people make\ their Henry SJaarda bred with 'pearlac The pin lies avoid
On Copy. 11z'Months......_..._ 1.00 > $ hand around It. It" a family -
On1. Copy..! Three .)Month....... .60 wil manifest it I. going to be mighty SALm--A very 'HneIrl "... lar""CI' keep-aake and a liberal reward. will ,"
be for its return to Mr:
hard for President Wilson to get l.h. given
( '' ; female ): will sell Claud Harp All communication except from ourauthurl..d cheap. C. x .
a deal'and A fair hearing in 'Cooper. Box-86, R. F.
, correspondent roust be.I.n..d U. '
No 1. '
n..t -On real e.t
V. toy the matter-wrltresRescud will not be-returned w 1k, r 4e y tvYtrky. the, SenateVEnough"has', already developed .- -- and cattle. George ,V'. Fox Atljr... -

h y iinje**".trailed ,for. r 1 rN i r To show that I, the opposition .FOR', forA SALE 11'. csap.for-ftchrock". Florida.8.e
; .1 (Entrrrd in the pAstofflc at Kl..lmsnee comes from! four sources, at 'least 8. T. Fanalejy. Rout 1. ITrtt. FOR SALE-Second-hand F01'd" Cst.4+..n;;
t ; } Florida .a .cond-clar' m .}t.r.> I three of which groups are engaged in W'ANTED-Good -'. ..attractive lOT Broadway prices."-O'. .ora Motor'Co. '- ,: '
I piny In ff' 'ipalltlca on the edge of hell. 'f,1"0. some.-chl.kens. F. A furniture-.Sttoup.: /

', 1 In the first ptace there are a few wfco f >,gV O. No. I.. Klaelmme Kla. liUfI'OR DWELLINGS Tiller. ,for' Tfw, ( Apply toll t

.. really and sincerely.! l believe that-a SA.LE-EI..hI" acres IX acre I i
I League of' Nations would involveTuV I cleared and undfr fence; I acre In FOR RENT-8-room house f<'irnf h<.-"; ".
furnished houre-
house "
I bjartngoran a 'grove] ft.voo worth 10-room
in old world > and diminish of keeping room.: unfurnUhed" dwvlllnir -
quarrels thoV ..".. cypress ho.i... timber and kitchen.on- tract, .Vino! fourm .n- .. /lfrs E. B. ;Well. ft -..
old '
our independence; 'tcond. IIU.HU uX battle) and a good,.bunch of f ** .
who are troubled by the of\ .V' lass. howloose "01) the range FOR 8.VLR--On.. Emerson Typewriter ;
Farming tools and Implements. lx. mod/ three, visible, a* good a* new..
:.Av. presidential bee and think ..they'mny Vi1 near Kvnanevlll Price' I4.60A./ ApplValley Oftiftlti. tf.CHILDREN'S .
a .. : .jL advance their personal fortunes Jyopposing n_
the president; '-third, those
y ? . qtE PRE9f' .<(0... democratic senators who have a personal -
i 1 feud with the president! and 4
: '' p ...... .
,; ... ---: .
"' who are always found opposing what : C
'. Two crippled soldiers being taught.,te1ezraphy in one o'f the he advocates; fourth. Democratic and

' -FRIDAY- APRIL. 18. 1919 reconstruction hospitals maintained by the -rovernment. Republican senators who 'are 'playing .

r . section "We don't want charity; clve! ui a courses; seventeen per cent are leaning politics with the subject, with: an eye :
this ,
j Heavy raina "
chance! the various phases of agriculture to party advantages in the presidential _
this week though littje damage, to From every reconstruction, hospital farm management poultry raising and election of 1920. There are men

crop has been reported. In the ooontry cornea Ibis insistent lock breeding. Other are studyinglaw in both parties who fear that if the ..

plea from, thousands of wounded sol medicine banking and some are President his League of /
Kissimmee honored her returned dim Although.nhattrrrd In body the being trained. In .engineering telegraphy puts over I .
Nations he for third term
; soldiers and sailors with a public reception spirit that sustained them at Chateau tailoring window trimming and ; may run a '

e f ._ this week. The beet any Thierry Argonne and Meta remain designing accounting\ Stars management Ifor president

.-. ..:'ate; ;' comraunltyrcan-offer: -th.seboya.-"who: unbroken.. .. machine!'_chop practice.,..meat,Inspection J. ILJiL out .private) opinion hereby! :
:t1- traffic expressed that President SHOES
management and so ;publicly
i :risked all" is wholly -inadequate. They do not want' aomeLhlnf for
s Wilson is prepared to make things
nothing; they are willing to work for on.It !
!? If Mr. Bryan of Osceola county! all they get Is not merely the men who have interesting. in the home states of the We have them in all styles and prices. Bring the kiddiesin

x . ';(TJ" "- .L_JtasLway; ...;:and he. generally! does_ ().!! The Government baa Inaugurated re lost been their blloUed.arms..tbat or.jbe legs Government, or who have 1* senators who talk buncomb about the ) and let us fit them.

there will be no more construction IDIIUtutionsat Tarloua Leagueof .
such subjects, -
; retraining and restoring to self-sup .
'' in point throughout the country where a.tions.Pa.lat2.New"1 For the Grown Ups Our Line
screens to hide those who indulge porting actlvn,. Aid la I offered to every .
the the armless aid 666Mias '
liliards and pool at-public places. lIe"r' blind legless are man who I* entitled to Government the it Alto
;i taught useful trades and professions.'While other Chill and Fever Tonic on Complete:
.- introduced bill in the-house today compensation. Thousands of. men suffering . but no wants
} x to such practice and it was the eoldlrr) and sailor 1s undergoing from 'tuberculosis bronchitis market They are dangerous one 'Imitationa.j)) ,Ladies' High Grade Dress Shoes __ ___'_ ----.from $4.00 to $ 9.00

prevent to the committee -. .. ; vocational training, he is supported heart and nervous diseases may be medicine line.-Adv.) I Men's High Grade Dress Shoes ___....._____-from $5.00 to $10.00

referred temperance by the Government. Should he unable to re-enter their former occu I Men's Work Shoes ____-___h_____..-.'-_--____from $.1,00 to $ 6.50 '
-". indicating there is a suspicion have d4>dependents they lisa receive aid. pal ons. THE COST OF PAVING HAS

Y'd 1 these screens hide something other;>> Five possible steps follow wounded What better mirance--to
i iOf I aj> lh$ nolxliers BEEN NEARLY DOUBLEDThe FRED S. GILBERT
+ than pool playing. When Miy.Bryangets soldier's decision to take the vocational could be. vwfrjan! that uttered

s a suspicion of this kind he roes I 1 training course. They are: by President Wilson when he said: representative of a large pav- t s

t after it with the. intention of succeed- I decision by the disabled man all to "The Nation fps no more solemn obligation ing concern who was in the city this .
his course of training the training it- interviewed VP-I) -'
ing.r-frimes-Union.. { ; than healing the hurts of our morning was by a ;
I pelf which Is to fit him for a definite wounded and restoring our disabled resentative of the Gazette on the Increased -

Last editors welt given a occupation; trial employment In that men to civil life'and opportunity. The cost of paving. Upon being'
: year ye ; occupation; placement after trial In Government recognizes this, and the asked as to what would be a fair estimate -i
i i magnificent outing spending their I, a definite job and follow-up work to fulfillment Is going forward fully and upon which to Mae the coat A Big Smash-Up :!.:
time on Volusia's million dollar tri safeguard his intereali.Within generously of paving Kissimmee's streets with
angle and it seemed that the climax brick he stated that he thoughtit I
'f the next few months It is "IT 13. NOT A CHARITY
;; ; -*- In entertaining. conventions: had been I expected that several thousand. disabled "It Is merely the payraer4of a draftof could be done yard. now\This for is nbout nearly$3.10 100

1 reached when that stunt was pulled soldiers will have sufficiently honor which the United States of per square ; No
/ per cent increase over the cost of one killed but a lot of people made hap-
'} off; now comes .Lake jcounty with a' recovered from their wounds to take America accepted when It selected the paving that was done here some / -- "
: 'wonderfully alluring program with the Government's vocational training these -men.' and took them in-their years ago. Cut
? by buying at the Price Grocery.Just
lake trips and canal trips interspersed -t I course Industrial\ schools.and colleges health and strength to fight the bat.tle.'of No definite'estimate has heretofore py .
till the throughout the country are being util the llonThe: )' have fought been submitted for the proposed
; : with auto trips even ,,,
state laws could not result in a ised so that most of the men are being the Coocl1'ht.! they have kept the faith new paving but we understand the' look at the following prices .
trained close to their homes. and they have wonNow we1' keep amount that has been tentativelysufrrested '
i A ,,dry meeting of the association. From I I to $50,000( ( SVthpcity's tJ
Thirty-one per cent of the total now I II faith with -them, and every citizen is FOR SATURDAY
thisdate on we will dream of the ta training are taking commercial endorser on the general obhigaUon" I part bv those having the ONLY;

Take girt", hills of Lake (!gunt.)'. I I .....Mrn.wrW-rrre I former in chargev wan' bu&cl'.on the '
cost.: .-I... jL; L-at J
.1' 'I. shipped .should of course ,be marketed a great -drawingcard..' If this is the case the. estimate ont Granulated Sugar, Ib>> ..___ .11 No. 2Va can Apricots___. ._ .zs
; The county, commissioners of Okee-{ in th.t' form but it. would add Kissimmee I to bulkheadher the proposed note issue would haveto

i 'x,' .,;js, ,t. .chobee county .have' subscribed for;;wonderfully, to.. the'grower's profitsIf lake shore la and going a city barkwiil be be increased nearly. 100,per ccht. 10 Ibs Meal,' Hudants j ____ -St.. No. 3 can Saur Kraut_____!" .15

}';.. ''l' ,I3000) copies: of the Okeechobee NewsJ The paving representative stated 10' lbs Grits HBdants.I.._ .501 jt'No. 3 Pumpki y
; < : the remainder of- the crop could I laid out in the reclaimed territory ;: can _h.13.
r , :' \ ) This .. f that he did not believe .the presentcost :
Vv'S. J. new '
:+ ':'iva wise- Triplett's investment and, paper.not an'; untried, be utfllied. ," .I. /: ' It will be an economic move;-gq the of paving 'would be materially 'S, The Rice :_, .4:4t;: : !"._.,. .%5. ., Green Monatala Potatoes!; ., .
) 'This -is effects of to band within the next' two ,, . .. _.
a subject that not 'part the city provide a, to! reduced, years. ,t ,J 'one, for the county'commissioners'oft: ': .om,', the growers themselves but the, play there each afternoon oreveningor '2" Ibs. Navy. Beaaa-__,___ 125, peck _____----.____-__ ,SO

{ .''d -Osceola county subscribed...have for on their different'county occasions entire community,, for should the to- both; for without questionjtlnow 'Rub-My-Ti.m"f.; ft kills the a poison powerful caused antiseptic 2 Ibi LIme'-Bean' *--?---S./- .25, ,",Nt\ 2 caa String Bean..__ .1 -

mato crop prove a financial success, lies in the hands of the people"here X
Infected ,
to be prospective settlers from: cuts cures sores Jaacy White Head) Rice Corn Flakes
i Pod Toadies
li papers thla-i'ear -would -l Interest other the possibility to secure hosts of, tefter, etc.-CAdv.) ,

; '. 'with good retJUl- The city''growers 'ln_ this section and bring. tourists next season who. will come ,. 5 !ft*. .-____-J-_:____ .so BalWs Brand,. Slar cl- '
council of Manatee has been sending .
here because will be K.. B. P. U. ENJOY SURPRISE f;
new people and new capital here. JCissimmee
'; .the Banner;, to prospectors :with_the 1 There -- .: kfeown PARTY1 No. 2 Van Casip's Pork and ed Wheat, 2 pkgs______ .25.
are of coulee otb.r-vegeti I aa jrrowinjt tower! I
'' the1winter' tv
j}; 'result. :that and'several there-came' .scarcely here for,a;'day 'ble, crops th could. be conserved' bya j, _Any one visiting the closing: concert K. B. P. 'U.;, which is noted for- the Beans _-....___ ...__... .15 ,Beat Creamry, Barter, Ib. >>______.75_
? factory .operating here, and it of any of the bands employed ;
passes'that'we do not receive"irxjulries -'needs, only the, working out of the I for the season in Florida 'and .witnessing merry members' surprises, made "no'euerule it' arranges rtl"",. for to. tht its Ne. 2 can Peat, fine.____..' .15 Catsup 2 Bottles ___':'-.__' '.%5 a

i' ,Y on..mblg.o'Ur from city those.and the who'are surrounding .t details to 'add another' industry to the thousands' people who ,when it gave Miss Claire.Hathaway ' -No. 2 .can Can; be._*:/:_ -.15 '2''Botch Sow .Pickles_____ .25 i
I :A country the; city's' resources. assemble there would be impressed a novel, birthday party at' the
';1,1. receiving, the',Banner. best ., .. with the! importance of' providing home .of Mr.'and Mrs, A. S.. Gilbert. tEVERYBODY -

a .: kind. of.advertising and.the".. Okeecho: .. j' 0 \ i puch'an ''attraction for,their own:city 'Wednesday 'night.--[ ""* '" y .- .- .I yiTlED, TO COME k ?
V '"":"' rOR'NEXT ,Xhjrine! the Drevio'us afternoon the '
,.. bee county ;commissioners have made- PREPARE NOW before another elapsed. l.jl ti'Lbe tr ate'tisightrwhethec.yoti..bay
... year entire ''class treated themselves with .l o ,not.. '
1 ""' '
no mistake
forth.pnrpoa..of-a.nding.out>> .-,----..-. '.--L-. support to, the band which is Miss Hathaway might not suspect : +: '
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r,' their county De1npaper.-.1ol.natee. : tbatr that a party was, brewing. Then Mn. CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY 1
'la''not "
,Ilt. ? .' ; .. One'.of ,K ..lmm.. neighboring right and' proper' but Ruby Sherouse invited Miss: Hath.way .. .
Banner. cities 'has enough. ,The board of trade should ..
; .. juat dosed possibly, I for a ride and just .toppepd at ... --
most sraccessful season, 'and' ..attribute take the matter, under -advisement the Gilbert home ostensibly an'errand : ,Phone \14'2' Broadway

:r fi .. % "KISSIMMEE. NEEDS MORE' d', ', ";, much of its popularity: the'',I land every other forcej>rought to bear when the young people all made' QUICK:.',.BALES AND-SMAl L PROFITS ; o

t ..', HOUSES.. '1' fine ,band employed ty.entertain Its till Kissimmee' be': known ''tar.DeI-: heirL; appe.ranceThe .. \ ,'. j ) Ste
: evening ,was apent"with informal i iHave
wide. 'otlu band. .
1 for the excellence "
r r ,.,.'What' Kissimmee>.needsf, right,...nowI' visitors throughout lie teaton.I /. games. on 'the lawn the'aipse- -

e. IsJn:| epidemic the put season- house building.During' habitable . ireryr'. There; hosts is'no Of.WlDteI'wton doubt :that' the to band tat plan Now( how', is the'tlme this,, may to be look:don ahead.. Make and en mint. Including' rolls, and.a weinle coffee-,roasK-eat-, allowed), ... .. ...,.... '. .. ...,.oo..o.': .".. ..... . ...:.'fo.. ... ..... ... .'-..o

\i ,every city, and 'was,.a strong factor in; In. Kissimmee,'famous ,for' her wonder with a marshmallow, roast:,; .. 'd.. ,

S d' bar of house-was parties!i left occupied'th.;,ICiti and one: dating them' to' linger!them long, af ful band and"at'' the same time)keep CUir Enjoying Hathaway the party, Ruby-t.ere:Whidden Misses : .. .oa-a; ; 1 .,

count-of;their.taUure'to find an' adequate I ter.they-would,. ;..;-'"ne on to other the ,money,or,mat, of it at. .--least "at Ethel Gilbert,'Tot) Prentis. Nell Malone :

;home he....- Even flow 'at.' the i points had there ,.not'been this'specialattraction. home.', It "can ; winter visitors boys :ome''na, inducement-some- Mrs.. RubY Sherouse: Messrs.' .WID.M.aon ,
time when
of 'y
; "ar : Whit baOt. the T .,"itjr 'in _;:.iuestionwould thtng',',w rth. 'working for-providepayingjobs Tiller.'Roy Graves, ..WadleyParker : KE1
., ,have :,:rturnd-i rto-- their northern"homesr buildup: Kiaalmm..aext--r.;; \ 'as'an inducement'' for ; ,Roy, Prentis '.Bob JBullock' :.
,. there'an few'houaea decorated Nathan Bryan,,Murray ';-Overstreet, .
and other'' musicians to' locate here "and 'Z"1 ? ? .
'' J. movement should be .
:with. .: }ffor' 1I'8Dt" signs and what I : John Graham and B. ,U. 'Hall. : "
th.tIm.. '' :
when arrives. few
taken up to provide an excellent! musleal" engage a ,
few: are.vacant1' for want -of a- tenant i iattractioa; one that. would"corn. first i:da** musicians for .the season.No'matter' R'fy, VICTORY' LIBERTY BONDS : -1 If Nbt ,'Call ;and 'Sec Our' New Line.
''. are ,not desirable homes. I i ; t
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pete "with,, anything- ;neighboring what all ,-this, -..cost. ,it ( - ,. ..
do ofv the citisens who "' '
Many form
towns j could, provide.- Klssimmee. would pay and f>ay'Mg.PROMISEt0F'LiVE: For'Local' .and.. "Long Distance' HsnV. ,'j : .'
Via ..t't .th _renting"etaawbere'wonW: ] : greatly'appreciate' O' *- I-">'tr"J- can J ')1ieTo ghest,
uiodernbonses' could do this and with half the x /i't.: : ... : new ', of:it}'six. .s' CAMPMCN1iatterr '

.*? ::1 "*'.t-pric&for' willing to' pay .heTlsroper same result for, she-now,has '0,",' of , are .hipingth n ..I... -op :. eTjVSPENCE: :.Old ,Rooster jj i
.- to' ,of a.renting'propA ..-'- ,.
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'< the 'niftiest; ))a a.itpnlaatlona' ,in for.the most exciting and momentous '"" .. '. "
( .iakeIUon. *
L sd #j luRasideae&d2 i, - '
florida, composed all-local talent, debate) this .COUDtrr. baa'.'kDown since \THATJCVKK OKOWCO
building campaign is needed la fact Klssimmee has toe: dUtinx-- Lincoln;.end-Douglas' Main 81. V16tf :VL ... - .
tier. -A,.eampalp,engaged', In//" by dlstaasaed'-thv : '
Uon'ef. keeping her band together'milthrough quea\lon"Of slavery the outbreak ,Made Tender
those who the P"'Pm1ther before ; BUY VICTORY MBERTY: BONDS : .i ? "
,desire-to'own i ,.
the' when towns ;
war tether,i of the War between the. State it +-
ryr, .'occupy;who were bllg" ,dito\ dispense with :their President Wilson'is determined'to i robefon' WHO h
S could transform i-vacant lots into OOOKKD.IN "a
S. ,. .. mule' anon. .
st .for jL oe'of.the'muskianf the people with .ilia plea' tor '
prepositions.I allied volunteered ..
: ware or ratification of the Lea. of Nations '

I .__ 7. servjce./younger'nusidans. ; .?wen rather than,appeal to a.more or less ..DuplexFireless)l _
WHY.,MOT A CANNING FACTORY pressed into service and -the band hostile and prejudiced Senate. U ;" "
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L 'Wh t'. .the'' matter. with establishing played! ,on.:; L'a A_ If the presidentgoes through,:with ;:: nL>>OOI.s"O -a7s.llv8.t- J'

a' canning: factory In Kissimmee! The Is that Kisslm- his this ' .., ... .
t" consequence piss, ) means that upon his' return .-. :l ,'.
$ fTh 'eTOwer ,of'ths. section",are ..xerimtlDw' :mee has a splendid foundation upon from his second trip: }o Europe, OStEOPATH :

.j> With./tomatoes aa' ''an :whlda' to"build upon for nextseaJoiS" if. the'peace -conference Ijas then completed :, '

acne,.. crop'and, ',there',must'always .and should the city: spend one'quarter its labors he win make an sottensive " '.' .' h': ,.,.. .. '- .' /'
'be ' of the fruit that of'on that tbe .ihboiIDW' the f" STATE BANK'BUWING! WJ .G'R''A'A'' 'Hr A .6 "" 1 n. "
C. ., a portion i.noF swing around eo.ntrymnd : ; .. ".1' ..f. .. : :: 1 -
a Bnarfcet cities. : for their to' I: wchN7".s;...
"V: ." uitable for-shipBent to spend : special;attraction - the people emselves"aaaccount ... ,

$ 1 Iwt'',would,'''make first claw 'canned ,Jt ':could tie ant ,up' to-a \ of 'his tewardahip. He.'will Pboo No.162 .,. 'c '- .' -.l'; .. .... .':. ....
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,. ", I Is the day-all. well dressed people. will have new Suits ats and' Shoes ,Let A me tell .you. what f I: have: : i ;, .;( "

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..Men's Palm'Beach uits, best,..$14 00 "; Young' Men's Palm' : 8ea h'SuitS, best, $14.OO j-: 'Boys Brown Serge Suits,;best, $12.90'and $12.50. I;

: Men's Panama, Hats, good $5.00 and $6.00- Ladies' and Misses': Trimmed flats., $1" .35 to $4.00ladie'5. Georgette" Waists, 5.00 fc

: Ladies' Whit, kirts2.50; $, p.oo.BOp $m 5.50 ,Ladies -.*,and Misses' White Middy Blouses, $2.50,. "' .; '. I 'SHOES',, "FOR EVERYBODY.

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'I .- and Mrs. Warren Fr ce were I '

r p,' 1 INTERESTING LOCAL .ITEMS 1I \ Casino. TheatreWeek I. 'to' Orange Center by, the ill. \ : "
:V ; ,of. her father,'LMr. J.: Maddux. I 4
r ; of April 21 1st. ."" 'who II
Kersey, representingthe
.otO O.O.O'OtOoo'o o. e I D.:
.. R.S. ,Waring of Orlando, was attending "
Salvation. In''their drive
Matinee 4:80. t. Night 815 : HBARAnna :
: s
5 to business matters in this : t '
for Home Service fund '
a spentev;
'4+ = Weather ReportFollowing .city Monday, .Talma.dlf MONDAY.In I feral days, here this week.: > i :.

: j J.: McPhatter returned Monday Con'1.n. "UOUl NIUHT PAtt,*" L. W. B. Crawford spent i' few'days . .
from Jacksonville where he .went' on / eUt Episode "HOUUJl'L"TUF.IIDA in Tallahassee, the' past week visit:
a short' business trip." y'l ing his parents" and hobnobbing. -with: Case'sRe' CreationsBefore'
pl' are daily tempera I Mrs. 'J. i.. arrived from Henry D. Wslthar>f In. -< the leglsl.ton.'v., I II
Copeland '' y -
t ,, tures and precipitations-station're- Palatka Monday on a visit to Mrs C.,daumont"TUB LON'JDANE'S News.WEDNESDAY. TUJJIflNQ.. I' Lieut.: Marion.Farmer recently'-,I I
ported by Government E. Franklin and other ;turned from overseas, who sawserv-
s, at Kissimmee 'to- Jhe wwik ending friends / I You See. Her.You'll !
I ilce as an aviator, has resumed his
; Thursday., April 17, 1919: i W. J. Fuller, of Litchfleld. 111., left Corrine' THE Orlfnth.ln Q1IIL,. PBOKLEM position ,a* collector for the. . State
Max, Min. Rain' for his home Monday. Mr. Fuller has Mutt A Jff In "FIVK HUNf\REQ bank. .
, spent the past eleven winters in Kissimmee. MILKS, ON A GALLON OF .UAH."
,: ,-y ,Thursday _?.._ 81)6 .82 ', THURSDAY' I A heavy rain with 'considerable ) .w Enjoy the"HIDDEN .,

' i} ?' Friday ,-.:',-.____ 83 .68 Mr. and Mrs. J. Sparling were Olady" Brockwfll InkTAtetki hail, which fell in this section Wed.nesdsy. :
I _, ._did :..oma.lnJlIrtGtendervegetation. : .
2 _. 86 60 week-end, ; t1F& .BIQ.CIZT"7Iaro1 j -- TRUTH"-- -- -
< Saturday __ visitors- -withrelatives- in Loya: Com dy-Dutiful Dulm.I : ,
_____ 84' 55V Orlando, returning'-here early Mon'- -
X Sunday .-.- I FRIDAY I Mra. J. Wesley Brown and :hfir'eon, I
r Mondayw__. --84 64. 2.84 day morning. -- 'Anna: Case In. Emory, who/have both been "operated L Jdst'Twiceas: Much.
__1 85 64 .65 1 -Drr C.--H.. Summen-wiiil a week. THE HIDDEN TRUTH: ''on at the Florida Sanitarium '
5- Tuesday __, Oaumont (Iraphlo. in-Or-i I I
31 Wddn" day .... 85 64 end Dr. visitor with his family this week. Arbuckle Comedy,'-"The TouefhI Rube,,( lando are Improving in health ;rap-) Anna. Case,, the famous-Metropolitan"'Opera'' Star. has gone >I .
Summers Lakeland.makes'' ; '. his- headquarters I "" SATURDAY iory. I i ij ;into the .M vie.." She has scored'a sensational success'm i .41

w O"00000440'O".ooOO, June Elvldfre In"MORALr j I Mrs. Fish and her daughter Mrs. ( .
TRUTH"hcWJFndayLApriL.25th/: the
-i :
t' Mrsr H.-.--Fletcher- and children OHAD14th LINE'- I' I ,0 ;
Cern:of Winter Haven; made a brief r
I 11L For Sale=Four mules, W.J. Miller. are at home again after a very pleasant Rplpode CIQHTNING RAIOR: visit with Mr. and Mr.a.. G. W. persons Graystone ,
46-tf visit with friends at Kissimmee.rPot Sunshine"THIS| Comedy. "ROA nINO LIONS this week while en route; to The' scenario tells the story of nf obscure girl from the]

+Ji Lieutenants Wilder and Williams 1- )) County 'Record. ,|I ON A MIDNIGHT 1Cxl'RNad." Georgia. They I left this morning. West gifted 'with a marvelous voice. After 'thrilling episodes'

camelip/ from-Dorr field_ Saturday What about the Resurrection of Coming" Friday. May 2nd. Charlie I .the comes jtoJNew York_.and throughpiepellof her 'glorious
the Human Body ? is the subject of .
with friends.
to spend the week-end Chaplin In "A UOrt'8 LIFE.<<1: T -
the sermon' at the Christian Church i HOWARD ANDERSON WEDS voice takes the metropolis by storm; "j ( .

Hear, "Tl.e Anna Phonograph Case on the with New a Soul.Edison " 1 next Sunday forenoon. I I II I I ,. Mrs. Gardner--of Ohio., I is visiting : ORLANDO BRIDE TUESDAYAt The Film shows her actually singing. If'you'll-.soe" this pie-:: '..:
Norman A. Winn, who has been 1 I ture after Anna Case's '
Mrs. D. E. Lowell in Cape Breeze hearing ReCreationv"bn'c ,,
of. Or
it Mrs. Ethel Belle Stevens, spending six weeks with his relatives.., high noon today, Miss Blanche '
'. land came to Kisaimmee Friday i Judge John M. Cheney of Orlando, Octavia McCamey, of this city, became
here, returned to his home at Macon '' ''
{Li night t'attend the district meeting. Miss., Tuesday morning. 'was looking after business matters <<: the bride of Mr. Howard Anderson %? !NEW'? EDISN-\(
in JKIsslmihee' Monday.
of the .1.: O. O. F. 4E.. B. of Kissimmee, the ceremony
I... ; Morreyrijhe; welj known representative I 1 I A Cotterman is critically ill\ at his in' Winter Park ,
District Deputy J. 'fjversjgeet of the l being performed by "The .
Muhger"Land Cor, Phonograph With Soul" /
home on 'Mabbette street. lIeIs' a .
left Monday Jacksonville "to attend at Orange Center business Rev. J. R. Cason of the Methodist : \ "
1" a meeting of Grand Lodge of visitor in Kissimmee-was Wednesday.a suffering from heart trouble. church of this ,city.. with 'live echoing overtonesof one of Anna .Ca..' ariat actually
the I. O. O. F. He returned yester I II (1 I A. McCarthy, one of St. ., The news of Miss McCamy's mar- in .
ringing the illusion intensified
will be
James O. of Lockhart Texas Cloud ears tremendously
I'| Lynch, your
day. -leading citizens, was transacting riage cornea as a complete surprise to ,
i Messrs. F. T. Sellers and P. B: married and _Cecelia Monday Clayton morning, ,were the, business, in the city Tuesday, many of. her intimate friends, as the It will double your -pleasure! Jn the picture, > '

Wycofl. who are prominent. In She Rev. Brock performing-- -cere A. .E. Lang of Jacksonville .diir happy tidings'were kept becret to all We're featuring Anna Case Re-Creations .at our- store.;)thii l
'r t state work of the I. O. O. F., attended mony. trict'.manager of the Western Union,, but a few the ceremony being witnessed wee It. Hear her voice Recreated with' such fidelity that
the immediate family: no
only by
the district meeting at KissUn- in town Wednesday on business.
Friday evening. . 1 Mrs. E. D. Katz has gone to Pitts- was The bride is one Of- Orlando' human ear can distinguish'\ the living} voice from Re-Creations..
mee ( burg for a visit with her mother, Attorney Jim Carson eam.up charming young society ladies, havelug Then see Anna Case' at. the Graystone Casino '
L. accompanied by J. S. from Miami this week to visit .home ;
E. ,
Mrs. O. E. Smith; and will bring her resided here with -her mother, )" .
7t y T Cadel.) left Sunday for an extended little daughter Dorothy home on her folks and'look after business mat Mrs. France McCamey .lor. number We will look' forward to your visit to. our store. You should. '
trip through Knns ofyears. Her many friends joinin not experience. .
-. .. to inspect valuable realty'property..)I|I L There will be no tournament teat Mrs. F!. B. Reeves, postmaster at I wishing her happiness in her wed-. <
I area They willbe gone from home a. weekten' the country club Saturday as the...Avon. Park, was in town Wednesday ded life. CENTRALDRUG STORE
or days. {ladies of the club are bury preparing visiting her sister Miss Marian Sar : Mr. Anderson- has-for th -past four '
Cary D. Landls. former State Attorney for Easter services at the churches gent. years made his home in Kissimmee,
and one of the-leading lawyers I i'of this city. __ J See-Anna Case on the screen. being engaged the brokerage business. : Agents '

of Florida, motored down from ]I|I Nothing like the_ _),nmAn voice for] great. Hear her voice" /( He formerly lived (n Char. 5 -< i
hia_home nt DeLand Sundny afternoon music. Hear A na. Case just as she,!on "The Phonograph with a She"1 lottsville,. Va. He";is a young gentleman .

# '" and spent Monday attending to,''sings.- mechanical tone- on the ,at the Central ;,Drugs Store.. highly respected in his commun- +!; 4
1 'legal. matters here., i I"Edison.For -sale by Central wonderful ; ity and the happy event of today will -- .. -
NoncE i
Keep Anna Case's voice/with you I]Drug Store : Mr. and 'Mr.. W. T. Langford left be soarce of cong t laUop. from at the Caaino Theater, on nest,Frl.;, .
-forever. It's wonderful. The New I I I Joe 'Horn aTdruggist! :and ",v H.Frickner. this week for Fair Bluff. N. C., where his many friends-- Where will be a lecture by Rew R. day, is that the music them of tile \
'11' Ediaon; Re- reatell it exactly. We ? -J, they will spend the] summer. !Mr Mr. and Mrs. Anderson left this H. Simmons, A. B., D, D., the Colored production Is based on that! popular I
:: ;, -, invite yoji$ 'to hear her.:" CnUr Drusr Conneaut "a theater man, both of Langford expect. to engage in farming afternoon for the East' CoAst where pastor of the A. M. E. Zion old ballad. 'Annl. Laurie," a song t "
Store. 'Ohioy.who are touring .while there. they will spend-a short wedding trip Church, in West Kissimmee, on Bermuda that Miss Case: has been requested to F
'' The Sunday School 'at the Chria- Florida, wen here for a-short time, Parker Mr. returning to Kissimmee where they street. Subject "The Marriage\ sing perhaps more often than any of
WT: F. ccompanied by
i /ti n Church will have charge of the|t.Wednesday. =--.c' 'and Mrs. A. M. Story and their guest, will mke their future home.-.Orlando Tie, on Friday,, night (April '125th. her ,contemporaries, because<<: of the. '
Mr. and M/s. Edwin Malloy, who and both white exquisite rendition she, it '"\'
evening service next. Sunday, and Miss Eleanor McLaurin, motored to Reporter-Star ,_ Everybody, far near, gives ;
give a children's program, consistingof have been here all winter, left Wednesday Fort Meade and WauchulaWednea-I I Mr. Anderson is associated in business and colored, are, cordially'' invitedto Miss 'Casts a world-famous &'fUId'
I songs recitations etc., .at 8:30.: morning for' their -northern.,. for visit with friends.. with Henry Liirhtsey who, re- take=a, ride out-or walk-and havea opera prima donna, and, It,is predict
The nubile cordially invited. It i iw home, though they promised to return day .a ceived a wire from the; groom 1' barrel of, fun.and Jaugh 'yourselffat ed that'it will not be, long" before
:{t y 'Don't forget Dr. P. J. Cannon, the early next winter. 'I C. Christancy, the general sales'man.g night stating they had arrivedat ,,' for' von will' enjoy -the eveningat Miss Case become a* I great ill''the
4 make. a.special, Mrs. Clyde Bass and Mrs. Emniett company American Agricultural Tampa and were guests at the this church.: moving'pkture""fleld' 'i ..' .he has be-. t'
( y'1 resident Osteopath Office at Roliff' and little son, Lejx>y, left Tuesday which' includes the Hillaboro. They will include' a, visit He will tell howtoget a wife, and a... '
'", Fence chronic 619 Mabbette diseases.St.: Office hour resw for Knoxville, Tenn.. near which Coe-Mortimer FertilizerCo.., was in to St: Petersburg' their trip, :'w- howTo keep her. and how to get rid In thl.'pictuYT'MIis Case' Is ,-seen
6to9a.m.lto4,7', Nowmaking city they will..spend some time'visiting town the early'part of this ,week.: turnnig here the- last of the; .week. of hrJ U low rates. _, 18-tf. .relatives .and friends. ,,|1 Mayor"W.t' Steed"purchased this .Mr. Anderson's many Kissimmee songs sung also on this occasion.: through a letter given -ber by a'dying;;: +
r summer Bert Child. left Sunday nightfor"hi / week'' the residence of'Roma, Thomason friends will extend'their felicitations -The exerciso;, will 'Start not 'later girl'ahi'.has befriended\ find T ft-
V F; ts. ; David Conn and wife and 'Mr.'andk ranch at Kissimmee to spend the 1yde ayenue. Mayor Steed, with on this happy event. than nine .o'clock by;the' new time. w.y' into New York society hiding-,
Mrs.', S. Chapman have just returned his mother. and family has been oc-,| One hour's ten .'cents.. her ',
week Mr. Child.J* having his sheep! own: the name ox .%
Included'from .'in twocnpying" the' ".housefer'the. -1' ", past!ISUNRISEi; :{PRAYER',MEETING Good '''order guaranteed, You ,, are her-dead friendHer.. welcome.
: R. H.
month. SIMMONS
realize quite* neat sum'.-Polk Coun-i ; comes Into ;which Is) threatened n
Miami Palm .Peach and :r",,other the ;*: "OF EPWORTH LEAGUEPrograasi P, S. Bring the- children in
ty Record.' %:' -- ,)!IStata'CoilectorSelden i : of ; W. S. j ,: .*: ,*. prder by"disaster i when the man' of her
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.rfast coast towns.1.They" .stop, 'M.M.'Javens'former county'' .&Tf.;' activities,.,, was' in town,, thin Week I ; ** -' '- f t 'y. ,. that. ,.' they' m.y'enjoy .some fun-:. choice learn she- is. masquerading\ :. ??
> At Daytonon their'return. , cultural for this'/county/ who and.appointed Sam assist : under a nameether 'than'',her; own.'"
Dr.''A. J.-'Holt' of"Arcadia;..former was : recentl.transferred agent to, Lake him -collecting, the- pledges.(,made j Song-Christ Is .Risen Indeed. : "ANNIE'. LAURIE" MUSICAL' But she fight for her love,***' tke

,; pastor of the Tint Baptist :church county was in Kissimmee Monday to the,i United War Worker sometime Scripture' Reading-John" 6-24 Moll I ,BASIS FOR.CASE PICTURE. manner in w.hlch she- bring her.;Jowe-
here, was in ;to assist 29 by the leader. f her.results'in',
looking after:unfinished businessend., ago: x ,. :Ona''of' J er a.IL'"MT ,
decrees '
the .
Prayer. Interesting features of
number of '
In conferring on a dl'amaticoand, ..tartlin..leenea.n.. t
friend., I I IMrTanJTMrs Case will be' shown at the
.. "j candidate: in' the Masonic) lodger: 'Dr, greeting" 'J. it: :I Casino Anna.ia The Hidden' Truth"'nextFriciaYJ I I 'Hymn., 'V .' "The Hidden Truth,", Anna. Caae'first .. I picture was personally' directed. lit'
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Holt always receive ,a warm wel- .the Bible re4din :b, the 'centfregation. picture; -Select Pictures special )nltu. Seger. At '"7 7e
a "come..:from hli'Klssimmeefriends., companied, bJ''; daughter; Miss, Hear her 'alway >on Solo--"I? knowl* That .My Redeemer ..ter,. w+
'i' Irene,' and 'Mrs.. I.- H. Wetberby; mo-,(New' Edison. Central Drug Store, ..Lives.: : J V - - :., ;.;.' ."\,
'There will be preaching ser.lcpyat and e ,.
: 'AgentsEdison r Phonographs- >
j toredjto.Tampa) Saturday to.viil
'. the Shingle Creek!church on Sunday relatives and friends there'ana' at- .Re-creation ' ,-I J' The'Easter; Message.. t .' .. ._.Ii: ,
' hour ;, I Our ,Plans for Eternal. LiferMissLillian : ,, :
afternoon "
at.the regular tend the Billy'' Sunday '!meeting, ., 1 I I' Mr. and Mrs.. H.-M.. ;/, ac'companied -,, .Prentia... .
A. o'clock This, .wl1k b....n ..Easterjservice ... . ..
are-invited to-attend. ''You have heard :Anna.'Case: the by the tatter's \sister, Mr i j 'Solo-Mrs. Summers. v ... "; -'
'e and-all await Sunday :famous American prima donna at Meadows and Mr*. T.:M. Risers and I)f How to Give the' .LIfe<-Zt rnal_ :.'*'..... .
A cordial -welcome you.' her mother .Mrs. Peters motored to., '. .L. ew. J>. 10 _
: school at the regular hour inthemorning the opera or.on.: the victrola "youhave ; Mles Lillian Harslet: .:/ r { \\o#
: t ' seen her at a distance. Now lai,Tampa Sunday L attend.. the Billy I I' I.u.rrectt1on' '.Bong.-Boys+; '.Quartette. -
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*: your.opportuaity'to'
.lU. DeWwtoft.Alderman, left Wednesday ; look;at her.: She will be In -her,firstpicture"The I .--Sergt.. Jim.' Miller, who, has been t I)': i Robert of Sicily-Bert W.IIL. .... ... I
;E ; i for, a brief visit to'' Kisaim Hidden.Truth" on' Fri. connected with the. quartermaster'sdepaumnt'of'thearmy Overstreet. i iw ,. '. . J ., \

r.. 'nee .to: attend to private business day next,, at 'the Casino ..Theater.The.'Gazette j] and' station..d .i ,Living the Life-.Eternal! N w- >- -. .." .., 4 .
'm'attera.i Mr. Alderman, i Is the tffl- f
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I is in'receipt of .card at Charlotte,.N. C.,. was honorablydischargedlast Burton' and Byron Am a, . ; "
the'office tax: collector .. ; .t'-
,dent deputyin .
week"and returned to I I Palm Sundar-and EasterMiss .
and for the'past ,three weeks from Henry J. Evans, announcinghi ; FOR APWL- . t. \
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; arrival fromoverseas..' The card his horn* here last Sunday.-';; i Helen Baa., j

4:: work has done, .. .people, an enormous' are proverbial,alnount'of.fortrtting was written' from Camp Merit. Nv J.,I Mrs. &bert' Peterson'' of Lakehart,1] -'-15ecWon: 'i 1 j. IIEREARE'A'.FEW .OF THE CHOICE NUMBWt... i ,

a .V feff. paying-taxes until the- and"stated" :that he was' bound forCampLogan ...!Ca., has 'arrived for an extended rise Day-Pas ._ ,; -. .
last} hourA) {>keechQbee .News." Colorado. }Jenry.-i it'with her daughter.- TvM .$iv- .-(Sentence" *" 'and!- ,.League, On ,Wingi'of Song. (Violin> Solotr) ji iaa6tbi',74583 l. ;:
of benediction.J f ( I d
,the son of' Robrt' Evan i : Nareoosseehad ,lersShe he"iacompanied by two e
; 'on'
:] jolly crowd gathered '
VV I banks A .of Shingle Creek ,on': 'Tuesday. hi.nanyfriends: ( '"" charming granddaughters, the little >&64799 Croon, Croon UnderneatV,de Moon,,=Sophie J Bratlau. '

i 1'/ for''the .enjoyment of, a picnic and learn of his safe return., !Missis Rub.nd. Edith.Corbet. .1 I I FENNEL.BRACK- ,.. : .-"j. t.Yi .,y '.

fish: try the event being'especially for 'Mrs.. Sallie'.tacoba of. Hsines City, 3udge- .John S. Candler.who was Sergeant', Leon::J1'eutet: and' "i Mia i '87300 .In eJ Hour.:'ofTria1TCluckZ&nlbahat: ,," '. --*,:::j:, 'the purpose_of allowing Rev. and arrived .,Friday<.to spend the weekend expected to speak.:-"at .the:- Metho. Lilllon Brack surprised their friends ;

' ")w ;mm. T-mmMM.rjLBfl** ' with the Yowell family.." On, Satnr- !disVTehnrcb''on: : ths'Centenary'move won Thursday evening of,'''last'.weekby 87299. ?: Tapt-SChumann Han11.'k"n, ..WTfaarw'onoferfuI'Motner :
; '/to meet and to mingle with. tHe people OTy"Snptr Yowell with his, mother,, meat; 'was 'detained.t; his horn in, ,going to Orlando' .and! being-> united ; *, i;, Hr
i. of the. Shingle.Creek settlement twp' sisters,. .Misses a Nettle'[ and ,Emma \ Atlanta by, business 'matter Rev in marriagef..'" VI --r------+- -' : '-Minert-Hew-f. Buir.T W- ?
the .former!' havingrcentlyt' been and -theirguest, 'motored -, to Frank.Eakesr,came In-his stead anddelivered I While the young people' ..stole a ,1 $ .:: : *" f ' r- i rs

given the pastorate of the. church\; at Leesburg' for, day's :routing--which a trongreermon' '.-T,> ",_this march'on the people here,/they are ,1.Salvation 'Lassie of.MineChas..; Hart--Lewt'e: ]_J-ea. I, '
,I that -point.:, .While;..tbe weather; was included the: ple ; :Jlip.I subject Bunday. morning. nevertheless .recipients 'of many '
somewhat inclement, '!'/.frequent ner,en.routt,, nd-Y"vfiWwft tB OItoldt1 R.: ,W.;"'Meiklajon, 'who returned last congratulation :) and good wishes ''for .Some D'ru';: M.k YouClad.--StirGag, r { Fria :" ,

: showers drove th., icnIcers-to.cover. n. ' JadMrs.; !. Bowden'of i '.. Saturday from' oversea, visited Jis j jplace' their::. happy,,and,'prosperous married & 4 " ." :.. '
,day,.,to -estturg"' ; f'-, ,- [ ;I life l1 '. . .
.Fy nevertheless',all ..enoyed.the," on Paradise Island this -week.- ,. .. / : '-'i-'s ; -..... '
'that utmost;,: Dinner., was spread, under ': Mrhhdl, Mr*.' ''Elbertffibarp; ;- -.SfLitchfield. lie? says e':' found' things there in ;" :" ,Seaapor'e.- . PArthur'F.Llder' ; "" ;;' ,1r

? y" : the tree' oh the ;b.'nlr.ll' of 'the .- IlU' ;
fresh from the, winter'.in Kisshnme with mpJet ;
etyeaxa_end while Ash,, a* the place,has ,been :vacant during -. 'r -
ofbonor' room..t H. N. Bratton's, left '>(on': .' CITYORDINANCE .prohibits ..therunning'at v : i
t; ,.I the water had the place on his absence 'of over four years. .
the menu many' other good 'thing day for,their home expecting to stopen About the,only,thing he found miss-1- large of, domestic. ..fowl I y R.. De Witt iirown 1. t
Nr buketa.&q. touts'at'St. ugu.tine,3.ekaoll- in this city. All:parties notified' ,
4' -were brought forth, from ; Imp he said, we,. his gardening are ,
satisfy the 'craving' of,, the i f*inner,. ville and Chattanooga.. and Mr; tool,- wnicb.' h*> .think v some of his (I that; this,, Ordinance will be' rigidly "'l '1 .
"L a 4 r wan.' 'ToRe ; Hodnett 1 goes the honor -' Sharp havespent "six1 i wnrters in our friends borrowedw' and, be feel*' sure I{,enforced., !WVV' J. STEED: 'U' !'PIANOS AND VICTROIAS ., ., '...
-; of,booking,the;largest fish ,of the city and have many friend here who' the,.-, will tie'returned-a. soon a* the W.2t* ,* Mayor.IJTlY .. .. '' ... ";0. tf .:i' ..

.w- : :clay,;:;but J,like allvthe ibll".ones which will'' look forward! to their' .returnwith' - borrower* leant 1 is,- .back) : .p X103, ,.EMPdE'JT.. ''ST.. '. .l'o #.'" .....\ "t"0', '..
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Gainesville, April '12.-M g'. ) I support 'of the House Bills ? \ "

We carry all the More people: want!.. \o 9.w about the three anet four, Introduced this' week ON PEACE BASIS Located on Kissimmee's .
u' ) p leading varieties of : opportunities for engaging in farming by Representative Eli Futch' of this '
'k y.I I Seed which have been <;," live stock 'production and kin [ county providing fpr statewide BUSIEST CORNER
compulsory dipping of cattle to eradicate Billions

Needed To Producers
tested!! and .known SA- : Pay
dred pursuits in Florida :than
.ID. any the catle fever ticks.. .
[ be best adapted to : And Teach ..Maimed.i ,
L y I other state 'in the union I." the in. The state cannot get one-half the!
our '011'and climate 1 I ,
Soldiers .
Write for our 1919 formation brought to Gainesville this efficiency out. of"that advertising or .. NewTradea. A Warm Weather Hint. '
lea catalogue and weekly week by J. L. Edwards,.'mana'lrlr. agricultural any other land "advertising, campaignuntil /: - .- ,

9f t, s' pries list. Free., i.istration/' section, U....S. ;. R." Admin'f every,, county'the ticks' made are safe eradicated for importation and "What's Once in-'a the need,, while another''someone\ Liberty asks: .- 'We are having warm 'weather' now and still":Warmer is coming, .

P j'' Oldest Established He comes here for a conference! of pure bred and high grade cattle Loan now that the war'a.overf"y, ,,. which\ reminds us.that our 'tock of Refrigerator i.\
t Seed! House InFlorida. JI with 'President A. Alurpre.e of the -.from, tick-free states. Most of the'Inquirers Offlclala-ot.lhe'War Loan ,organisa for We carry three linei, O. V.JL Chilkoot and Nan.en. While the

i University and Dean P. H. Rolfs of expect .to brine some of lion In this district have ,. PIle>dJ.b, prices are higher than before the war still we can. offer some spec ..

n ( the Agricultural college, and made their live stock to the,r new; homes, outlining some of the purposes for Tally good price "" ,, .
% ; E. A. MARTINSEED I the above statement tw them. I anti upon finding that they cannot which money will be needed by- the _
has been safely do turn their attention
The government placing so, : Government next .spring. THIS A x'
i : CO.Jacksonville some small advertisements in 'a-num- 1 tick! free areas in other parts of. the ItJQsshown ,that the amount raised DQES YOU- .

' ., Fla. br''of'th lettding publications' of-the '',country. by IDO Fourth\ Llbertjr Loan lasted Some folks tell u. that there wiH be 'a big crop'-of.(( berries this
? fact. has been .toted
f .. country offeringinformation to< This -on a '
f' .; homeseekers, through the; homeseekers number of occasions by officials of only until December first fcxpendl- year, and guavas are looking well fob which'is the same 'as saying

} bureau. The prospective home- the agricultural extension service! lures/ are going on now at the rate that there will be a big demand for fruit jars We have the Mason ''

: i! seeker is required to specify the who receive many inquiries direct. In' of nearlyjwo': billion; dollars a month. Gas! Top $eaj. and also the old reliable zinc cap Screw Top kind. !
1 T l lY I state in which he or she is particularIIy following up those inquiries, they. There will be a gradual reduction of so take choice i

Y interested: in getting Information j have learned that a very small percentage treasury disbursements as the war I your .

'i 'i' Hayes', upon and in this way the popularity of prospective nomeseeket-c' debts are wiped out The revenue '
,,' of Florida is proved -by the largest I make investments In farms after from taxes will not be sufficient' HOW ABOUT THAT HOT KITCHEN' '

t jt Healing Honey number of .ipquinies' being made" their learning that they will have to leave pay aU the bills so the people will \>e I' Did Jbmebocjy 'ltY that they: didn't like to cook im an overheated_ >'.
about this state. food/ 1 cattle at home if they locate
'" called: upon to provide the'money by. '
I \ kitchen? We blame bit. but why not -retire that big.
Ie don't
Mr. Edwards, gave hil,conferes ten in tick infested territory. subscribing to .Government bonds. The you a
'I' Stops guesses to 'name, the state standing Florida in In the unfavorable position issue will be for.. not more than six 'wood range until next winter and use one of our New Model .Oil G
'V'I t next in popularity, but as .they..wefe: : of not being able to-take advantage billion dollars. Stoves, and then you will have some comfort, while doing :your work? '"''', 1

.' not good guessers, -he told 'them that I to the fullest extent of this great We sell three kinds, vizi Periectoin Blue Flame, the Puritan and the
tj.' Pay Day at Home.
-;" t. The 1, .. Arkansas stands a close second,, to opportunity1 for getting/ large number : '
4 .. This enormous' outlay of Is Detroit Vapor Stove. _
I ''I ... Florida with California third in the of prospective farmers ,toj help '
(. I develop the live stock and ajjriculi going to pay off the army of produo ''''-. .

; Tickle line.The government is publishing a''tural resources of the state.' era at home-the farmers merchant ICY HOTS _', '
i booklet for each state, covering a A number of counties which have manufacturers and others. Americahad '
general way the conservative! infer' voted for comnulsorv dipninsr of cattle just begun to fight when the Hun I There are various kind. of Thermic Bottle., and all are doubtless
ails The Throat nation' covering local conditions! and are being/ held back in the workon decided It wastlme Alliedleaders
H--- I Jo quit but -Iellt .
------- -" good,-. -we-h nd! -the HOT-brand and-it-is a-<:orkerJ-at -
j Cures The Cough opportunities; eFlorldabloklet: : account) lownesu 1n ftdTofrtTrountles. expected the war to.last another -
I has not been completed but will be | Hillsborough being in that I year and the United States Government there is 'a 'cork in every one of them and they will keep be-water: ,
Price 35c. ready before long. In the mean tim ,position this year. '
was turning out ships, arms we mean cold for seventy-two hours .
the inquiries about Florida opportunities The early enactment of the state-
I ammunition and food, with a view to
BOX OFGROVE'S are sent to the agricultural wide tick eradication
A FREE [ law as embod overwhelming next, fan: I '1'
r agents for the railroads to answer in ied in House bills number three and GASHUM AND SUSETTE.Gashum ;
Treasury officials have revealed that y
0-PEN-TRATE SALVE personal letters. ,four will be one of the best advertising -
had another attack of the blues yesterday and Susette
America would have had a tank at the
This to interest large
opportunity, !>> features thelegislature can
4'\ Opens-the Pores and Penetrates) numbers of. prospective homeseekers adopt this year and will speedily front for every seventy-five feet of the tried Jo cheer him up by saying! : Now Gathum. don't get down in

u y. Foi'Cbest Colds, Head Colds and through; the advertising campaign I place the state in position to get full Hoe In 191r4lilrty thousand tanks! the mouth but 'remember that Jonah came out all right.:*
; carried on at the expense of the government efficiency out of all advertising cam- We would have had ten tons of mus
r Croup is enclosed with every bot- emphasizes the necessity for paigrns. f tard gas ready for shipment for every "By which you mean to imply that I'm a Jonah?" ,.
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tje of IIAYES' HEALING ,HONEY ton Germany could produce.; Thousands "0 no," aid Susette "but I'm so happy that I can't help break
s COVER CROPS.FOR CORN FIELDS SILAGE AND SILAGE of batteries of guns would):l have .
!' You get the Cough Syrup and the Salve CROPSBy ing into song.
I bl' action for Americahad
every one
:i .. for one price, SSc. Velvet Beans and Cowpeas Are Good ( J. B. Thompson) In 1918. Everything else was being "Huh-,! Why don't you get the key and then you wont haveto
Made, Recommended and Guaranteed to In
A I some respects silage is edpecially produced In proportion. break in."
the rublio byParis With very few exceptions, it is ad- suited to Florida conditions. The Thin gigantic preparation brought, ,

Medicine CompanyI visable to use' some companion crop proper cutting of hay is more or less an early end to the war and saved iJ
'l t\ 61" to immediately follow corn or to be (dependent upon dry weather at har- thousands of lives Bonds will ,
Manufacturers Victory --- ---r-- -- - - ---
|vest time, which conditiOA-
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic grown at the same time as of the the corn Extension sential for the preparation of not e8-1 pay for this work, which had been> contracted : I noose ooodaoc aa..++++.++.+.:..4
crop.: Prof A. P. Spencer for andwan bring delivered i
Division of the College of silage. As a supplement to the grain
-- ration silage is highly valuable when the armistice wan signed.
Agriculture this is more desira- as a
Ij I ble in Florida says than in most other feed for livefock, especially dairy Army Being DemobiNzedr I t. +

A yY Ask Your Grocer* than'states in, in any that other corn,southern matures earlier state. j cattle.The crops that have proved most money There is are needed.other purposes .for which Early Fertilizing

The effects of these companion crops satisfactory for silage in this' state Part of our army of two million men ,

r I are: first, to obtain a hay or grain 'are corn, the saccharine sorghums, must be kept in Europe until the peace ,
crop; second, to. add humus to the land Japanese cane. From the-stand- treaty-Is-signed. These soldiers; must :

soil; third, to prevent leaching< during ipoint of quality. corn is unquestionably be fed, clothed and otherwise main I Citrus trees need fertilizer earlier than usual this season e
CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES : the summer-rains; fourthjo; make l superior to aTnbTn: er CTp"jnr-for Ulned. Then they must be brought a
silage. Because it contains less au- With the abundant moisture the soil have moved
f use of the unused fertilizer after the home. The sick and wounded mustbe t spring supplies
(corn prevent crop leaching is mature by using; and up fifth the,sol-to :jgar than do undergoes either the sorghums less fermentation or .. c red-for in bOlljjlt ll. The 'army : freely and the trees have had a vigorous development. Now, i-
must btnt>moblllzed There are thou-
and ,
cane is less
j'uble nitrogen. used acid and more palatable consequently than is the I rands of 'maimed soldiers, heroes or They need more; fertilizer to properly sustain the fruit they are
| The most commonly companion L
crops in Florida are velvet beans, I silage from either of three"rrops. the great war, who. must__be taught; -urry'ng- andlou.pramote.: .a_ good. ... summer.. growth. We oiffe// 't..1anvTanalysis. .
r I Icowpeas, beggarweed., peanuts, and I I It hu.!!. been shown that the total 1 .puppet-ting! trader and given an I . . -..' -

Best Test .'native' grasses. On some lands practically ;digeatnblefnodironstituents< in a crop ItpportunHfLta earn their living. .- -
By Every Tall these will grow, so in that '!of corn, 83 -irer cent is stored in the This 'reconstruction ''work at home 1 _

case it one most profitable. J [+This :plainly indicates the high value The American people who
Tofcorn fodder 'Vhen- converted into< All the Potash' You Want
It of"course! deslraWto"h'aveTeIgume ; furnished the money to'w14.tke ,
''' k cropawheretheyare- practical; la good grade of silc It also to bring the nation '' ." ; : t. '
. '. :1
\, i: ;:. Crysiillized Salt Fish 'however' on :fsoriia lands other crops varieties that are found to producethe back to a peace basis ,...' : JwP-.'1" ,'" v }' <'.I"'f' I: >. ','
will return to best yields of corn will also be : t""
'do better and more '
/ &/roomer Fertilizer: '
'Direct' from Our fishing Boats |the soil., Where lands do not give found, most .desirable for silage 'nur- 1 :,[ji'i i ; ," '
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{satisfactory: yields .of legumes, it is poses} Planting and cultivation differs - :: ,:..d.f{ (Manufacturers: Ideal Fertilizers;,s' ':.. 4 ,\ '

t .'' ;To. You. ('usually-due'to: '' a lack of drainage and little from that where the 'usual yields! 'of, green are usually preferable. '. ,Dealerin'Insecticide! ,and Spray -Pumps. '"." ; .>
grain is the prime object, .. ,
,. --:-- humus. crop thoughfor Early Amber and Orange are "
1 t .Ir\ :; ; Delicious, Fresh Caught Salted On--th.-drler lands where it is best silage a little closer planting quick\ maturingsorts, but for general Jacksonville,.Fla. 'O''
direct to to plant corn in wide rows the universal should be practiced. The crop is planting Florida this ia no particular -
' (Fish the consumer by practice of planting velvet ready Jo harvest as.soon as the grain advantage, and the yields are ..> i

: \ ., .. "prepaid"" parcel poet or express beans peanuts between the rows is has reached: the glazed condition andin'order'to'obtain considerably less tha'n are those from . o.. .
;, 15 .u.. for $2.00. a good plan. The distance given the best results it is some kinds that require a little longer ---------- j
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{ I :' tour alhrws- it enough-moisture to important that the work of filling!; season. Red Top, or Sumac is a --- ---- -- 1

r 4 ,1 L"': :-Special price Jn Barrel lots. I carry it,, through the ripening period, the silo be done promptly at this well known variety that Is one of the E.., O. PAINTER ;FERTILIZER COMPANY "

:r Jf :you: have 'never: tried: our. and 'after the'-cornrri matured the time., best for planting. Florida. Duringthe ,
..;ra .Crystalized ..Vry M'Fish y9u velvet bean ''or peanuts have plenty Sorghum produces a feed only' a past year this variety yielded'1d JadkBonyflle, FJprida ,'j'

I'ti t .'have\'ml.a; CJr- ,treat. of time. qf' course planting corn in' little inferior tQ..that of corn silage. a plot test at the-Florida Experiment rFeriflizere Ineectioides'Spr.yers' Poultry Snpplies .:
: I Its greater droughtresletantqualities little than 14' tons
wide' rows will slot,. the heavy Station. a more ,
R' if ''THE'ST.'GEORGE' yields, but on such give the total and ability to succeed on relatively of green feed against less 'than' 9H For'' i ; ;

( CQe. yields from1+ the velvet beans or peanuts poor land often insures better-'ylelds tons from the Early Amber1' variety. I! '
H' ," .t SU'' 6ulf wil be very much greater than on lI< 4' ;: I' Beorgi 00 ..til(, the corn alone if the Corn is plantedin From core! As in the ease of corn, the relative yieldsof'thes."va- ,Late ___, .. .. always ia Use tiillQ..WJ.'Good.Blood' ";' ,

11.1 + :APAUCHICOU, 'FLORIDA narrow'rows. . the proportion of grain directly .in. ritties and are, considerably'! more .!I,
vfY ',..' In some sections t>f the East Coast, Alienees the quality of" the feed. than:average yields. Sorghum may '1Jt:4;

.. L.. ,the native weeds such as' Spanish There are a number varieties that be''I planted from' March1 until June ':'\' '-:
: n :needles,', give a( much heavie""-'growth are satisfactory'for silage, purposes, Snma sorghum require from:100 ,to '' ,' ,
than any otber crop mentioned above. but those ',that: return the' heaviest 120 days to make:the first crop, and :'' p Pays In, ,Raising, Hogs' 1j

,HOG: : BONA ; While they have very, little value as -I '-' '_ - .' " two crops may be secured from.. early .
4 feed they add much humus to the soil ; w $plantings.":-- -- :: % :... >The Walklir.herd'! '''of Duroo ; a'lImlt.d :.., I,
) lines We have .
r' : SUBSTITUTE-'FOR which :.Is' particularlyvaluable.\ UP' WENT-:SCALES5! ';-Japanese' cane, will :yield, muchheavier'crops Ho** Includes some'of-the-best' boa. of bred cows r num. :
; : flits
and "
Under any circumstances,' Florida than ;'either, ''eOl'll.oraorchum known blood lines I In 'America.' ;',
T ANJCAGE: calls should have a to follow ; ; ; and where it is allowed .to Probably the- highest .-price some boars capable of holding ;
cover crop 12fOUNDSFORAJLOR1DAMAN, Sow ever brow ht to Florida ,. thNE own .Ia the. ,tasted 'coma
mature well and is ,packed .1.
corn. The .cover crop protectsthe carefully : 8 H.e munlty
without'lta'.ODOR'anct'' ; soil from the direct rays of, the in the silo .the results) will usually befeund'satisfacto sirs was. fiae: famous Orlon :
AT \iA .. .. Cherry: ..Klne, Grand- Cbltriplon When you buy ottle. hoes or 'lit'alld
HALF and 'Japanese cane
> THE COSTONLT.J8.00 I sun prevents rapid evaporation her- full litter'brother won..Angora Goats from ,-WalktllFarms ;'.
MON'.I during hot weather and above* .all produces, no grata' and will not therefore
,1 per 100 tt> SACK: : Grand Championship of, the fou secure acclimated.i i
"..'t.'if :EY BACK if results not satisfactory. adds humus to the soil. Where 'tb... WAS SO WEAK. AND_RUNDOWN-;. be equal '.In feeding value to ', t, '!tfnlud States at Cblcavo'ln_DeItoclC, and the value of this I I.

i l FEEDING DIRECTIONS=Mil: thor"* crops) : are neglected the ,' fertilizer OFTEN, HAD CONVULSIONSDRECO"BUILT -*. either"corn or sorvhnm.",'In' feeding 'camber,' and sold last year for cannot be overestimated. We
(>'j' .cnrhly) ,6' tba.. Hor. Bon-wlth 95 ,Ibs.I must t be applied from-- some,u otherjour 'UP' HIS SYSTEM it' an allowance-of.-grain' should.-b.given' . o.o.oo. " also, have Percheron and} Bolrlan -'
+ : 9jn. r4aJo-, 'Odu good :"AND : .to. counterbalance this : deficiency.1 T' 'to w. c n'' supply,you.\ .eon Brood mar. bred to one' t t.; 1
WELL. ;> "The feeding .-vain, of- Japaneitcanelies tble" bows* :
) : : crops. < -. 4 ,'prides"With Boars and of the best Spanish Jacks In-. ,

sloppedANURIIRTIUZIRCOMPANYI (" : -, ''"I' wi .'so :weak and"rundown that of sugar; largely much) wi of which its'high dev.lope content - .1("'-"of"'proven-- \ worth; \line. ,blood America. / \-
Took a, Severe ,ipold.
I ..often bad convulsions. ,was con.fined' late 'in the I DTY 1' :
season as ? S JUf
crop R.81C '
"Our flue 'yetr old Paul took' ; >(VJC! r
son a rig
I JACSCSOISv1LLlp, pt.a.1jp td;; my bed when I'be..n.tak- approaches-/maturity.;; + r ?: ,
i Ifor/thls reason -
,,, severe) cold last winter''that settledon ing, Dreco and now, since taking : 1 Walklll'Stock ..
ft: shouldnot be 'cut un.n far
The .
) s Company
his lungs and he terrible bottfes ,
Ted three ? about.and r' ,
Iam.going- ,' ;
'mmirt '' m.ture.-.Furthermore there Is a'!ken.dacy' J t .. .
11"0'J1itinvl' coughing' spells. We were "getting have 12,the .. "
A = gained pounds. for the immature growth .to ' Green Cove Springs Florida
U1JIII11U?: .x J.LIA1.: ,worried about him i a. 'the 'medicines signed .statement made by'Mr'' ; A.1J.Hiefdnbotham ; 'excessivefermentation -', > \
Undergo : : which .
'!f- we (rave him did not help him In,the '..of) 'Dinsmore FlaJ .; d
BREAK YODRREST least. A neighbor'.poke may result in sour highly acid silage . "':i
: so highlyof MY' troubles"; all 'In ' ,' .ikii,1tti '
tt bepQ
; : Chamberlain's that' .my of.-poorquality.,. ; *; > j. I .a V r t, | .. _
Cough Remedy stomach I, had indigestion and. .r' :: attention has n ; *
.4 _' .: J ..... I[ got a bottle, and the first dose ; .,' gastritis Thorough. packing in the>silo is ,a ; i '>however. :beer One concern near- Los :'Aiigelet. ,Cal: ; ,
', benefited t> him so much that I continu and nI, :tooc1 diet: not'IrITme precaution,that should be'observedn riven; topigeons.. More\ than 660 raise..many'thouand.'of them every. I '
!fiti'l p to them trltU,old) ,to blm' until he,,: watfureoY strength. My bowls-->became) :con
,, .reliable, Dr. Kind.'. New, writes .Mr.,'Frank, Crocker stipated; then my.:liver j and "kidneys ..rdl... -of the' source,j; 'In th.caseofr"Japanese lit' .l the 'r. .i '. PanIlL, ; ,? went,backton-m.;Ihadawful, pains ( cane thia.*'is ;especially made a' profUable' source of,,businesswas any other except: one. ; They like -
\ Dlscoerya1'hcl'Mhosrse e_ ., ,_s,_""" In my back and my' 'limbs 'achedeometbing Important,.few"""owing .to.its' I mon 'shown this "week 'when the .State good' thing to. eat. Why note mol'>'
:. EDGAR BRYAN,GOES TO STATE awful, I,became;-nervous leafy nature it 1(.,)...'. ...ny.,packed. Marketing; '. ,Bureau hade inquiry sqnaJbst : i'- "='*

'., : thneaf'inusE, be -, DECLAMATION CONTEST and 'lost ray, appetite.--.MyJitrength= than ,either Corner: :.sorghum.rPOUL : whether. It. could, sell :some (.iquabs. Information about raising pigeons', 1
I Met bed. That pUeinn-loaded.- chest 'was. JeaTlnf' me.; and soon ,I.>took to I I ,., The[ result rafter .some'1 Inquiry was can be hid from, the U. S. Department -'
,t\ 'fsnvst be looseoad. sleep tnust Edgar was here that; read of kViN'E'LOR16A.t' 4': hatthe lot, from art Enterprisingcitizen o>i Agriculture "a
be checked can Bryan left the middle of the '. I ; W..hln&'tont'D. ti,
.rfi': eo.1'OG Oreeoxand the'"great good'it. was u.
,*,; ,.Df./K1sg'. New Discovery has been week for Gainesville participate {bottle'and;: : : of Waldo, brought'him'$0.00a and there are many excellent,
bou bt .That.
doing,. so I << a it Florida,tis adapted to domestic II ppultrypapers '
or cents apiece. }n which this subject
ia dozen fifty
'". ', I."" !elaleturlnt+ c: Ida., and coogha for half a the state declamation contest. ... has been a great-blessing'' to me. My poultry .evident from the former is given attention. Names
; without the least disagreeable Mr. Bryan won the 'declamationmedal 'The'term'dona. are' frequently applied ofleaxfing
troubles but I to 'in 'ofwild
are part,* am going existence large "variety I poultry and books. ''u
Itltau ca.- . rIf .at the Osceola county high take several' bott1.. to .to' pdgwons.Their notes. 'are can") b i' 7
Itnore get m. bird Hfe. Florida ..
t,;;;.e -Your druggist ... It'beans It .U school contest! last year and his 'good and'welL", " *.'" "' state poultry association already and; na low and soft.and.described as ,"coo- from the State'" Marketlne BufeauJ e

"- ..-'f )'wn- and' .In, big clrmaad., ' friend here are expecting him to ,.'Dreco act, like' magic In. stomach a> county! societies,, to-promote":several thttIlIdustTJ' IDe," They" are, 'vegetarians., Their, DYiU.. F1a. ._ '
l' carry off the honors ,$in the state flesh is Tare' -.
4''4 roubles; ; gas;; fermentation,,, 'heavy, ,Northern men Messrs.Phllo good'eatinpjndthbg'. ""l'Ia. ,need t.i'the '' -
A vent. ,. .meal' birds. .In confinement billions ,the:Tla
i distressed ranked-as.came
1 feeling after and on and YeMs"wiio :
'tbJ for-Cone dlpatlbn i ,, U. will not return beforethe last retiring. It attacks end destroys, all for: ., are ti..widelyknown they breed rapidly/much faster tory. bonds ,will bring la plain to"aay': ;
: their''tuecesj. as :
1:": ICtie&t tbs'bo.ds oa echedu1. ;I Io of the :'week. ** ,i ._ ?. poisons I In'the'blood corrects diseased fancier,*'and'are s here to .chJcbDl create than chickens J;.The' flesh ,,of; ,"theyowii. waa,who.atopa to-thlBk, ,:Tlka"war.l4,,'.:>

,:.wiJ &w: aa.New ;, Uravsa TaateleM cum Toalci condition ofthe liver and kidneys branch. Industries: .in' our' state,- fur* 'or squab< from' 20 to"80''days' not i;over though ,the,aataaltflcItUa.!f'.4 'to

-., fleed-fnIaa IIoasopleltttoade.r ....., 4 1 and. restores' them to normal action the 'prove' the adaptsbillty'of.Florr old. is?'particularly: delicate,' 'and i in ,his, .-,. : .The bale are still manln
l, die the the atomactanoooatod. breath SerN. rh fltz ad i r by pit g .M wakhd t'All' ,good druggists ''now sell Dreco Ida {ID making )H a.worth while bust, t'tM United."'States .p.' !Mlllleaa, of Mea arty,.W1Ia'Ui., %; Ni*

,'1.1 <1.1 ftt "" J .......g the b6ea i Yeses.aces Iol b.u.ssib. and it is, highly recommended in Klssimmeeby nest as. these men came. after care41 -! great''numbers'of'demestIeatM pigeon form,'tfrawtar>pay and cletkrv
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fnora! liis11ii' ] ; < l':' : in announcing resignation as
.1 "'Z.OS- 'J.f". Director of the Florida War SavingscommitteerJudgiaJ.

uid1 .a iuldial r soy 1 F. C. Grlggs is*
' ' sued the %ol1owinlr..ltatement:
a aiit. lot Ko pnlystalled .' ...'t'- "In severing my relations with the
'. \ f Florida' 'War Savings Committee, I
and saidtltoa1t
wish to tender my sincerest thanks an i

. compJayi: I fblt I'ootod\ 'II and appreciation for those self-sac- Y
\ ; tip, 1, riilcing men and women who. have so
debt 'PX? f diligently and intelligently, assistedme
: -
J. in this whlchrt- consldet to be the

I . paid? it as best' > 'I._ .'"' greatest .by. roduct of the war. During
this period I have learned what
I cot11d - --- J.II' it,means to love one's country above

:'. :....;; all, and have** much clearer concep- .
',. f'. ll tion of that greatest of all things .scale'i
I,: .\, servUe. I assume also that*it must
/_ have been a new inspiration to those
a -s ( .' who devoted themselves to the menial
. 1" tasks incident to a campaign of ISR

., ; this nature and I can well appreciate! R
e \.f: their feeling now and the, consciousness

'. that comes to them bringing its
1"' :r f reward and no word of mine can add
r to that self-satisfaction.
"I feel that I would be' amiss In
duty lacking In appreciation and

neglectful. of, obligation if I did not
publicly thank those who have cooperated -

in this campalenand'tore. lure' to Get ,:
fer to those specifically, who gave 'so 4
much 'of their time energy: and mon
ey to the successful propagation ofan
idea which must live vnth 'our people
if we are to take full advantageof 1 ) t T }r ..iI

j our opportunities, to the hairmari
who served in each county, their W
1 district chairman and to the members .
of their. communities, I am especially
: : grateful and appreciative.This .
has T been a most difficult and in
many Instances distasteful task To WT .. t
t iitstjrSfs
i perfe -who--heveveontributecT to_ t
: liberally oftheir space, I am

also very deeply grateful althoughI condition In air climates and
; feel! curb that.what they did was ,,
'" for the common cause: bv.4IO'IIe' the I .
lets it gave such assistance to me e& dn5'e 'Sg&i.ft) ( "titoSt** kept '
'i and my organization as to have insured -
in a. degree of sucoefcs which I
could not have otherwise attained."I rigbt. vThe perfect; sum in the
"DYou and happi also wish to thank personally ,
I eacK purchaser of war savings lr

for whom stamps, and to call! his or her atten- iPfect.packs' e. .. ,
tion to the splendid showing that
i the flowers of they have assisted Florida in making
L' in this activity."After .

I spring will bloom an intimate association with After every n dl"! '' a ,,. + flavor> Urn,
His Sacrifice and Yours the Thrift and Savings idea since

for whom all December, }917' when the war savings I 2Q i
campaign, was first inaugurated, ,, 1. e o. v

Newer again tut; 1 1 he look upon the World he light and form vinced I[ have that become in a more very and great more degree con

helped make free. Hi memory will be forand Florida can measure its commercialand M
color willcombine .
ewer jhado&ted by the crushing of Industrial+ e.. in the future
by the, degree to? which its citizens
--- everything he had a right to live for and one to give practice thrift and economy; I believe -

unending ordure of the reeking hell through it becomes the solemn duty of

he walk d. you joy of livingcan every 'discerning man and .woman to
not only practice Thrift and Savingsas
--: -- - can you speak of sacrifice an example to the on-coming gen .,,./ :.
when eration but to assist by advice and
your country counsel in inculcating the idea into the

makes its Fifth appeal for dollars--:dollars to be lent-not given? very lives of the young, and out "of

These poor, blind {ads of ours had eyes to see their duty. Your duty is before this;,war that I"no believe by-product"with the has president comeor OSCEOLA COUNTY NEWS: SERVICE. I"

you; do not pass it by unseen. Invest in the Victory Liberty. Loan to, the full will come to be of greater advantage --1... '

limit of your cash and installments. to the-American. people as this DR. R. THOR WEAVER,; .. County, Agent' . ... \... '?.''. ., ,
by-product of.
,one Thrift and Sav- ,

Victory Liberty Loan Committee inJudi! I. There should be a unity of purpose chickens and .horses -or' }.working
a Grigprs closed the office between the '
r- farmer and the county stock; These will in turn support
of State Headquarte'Ji" Jacksonville agent. Things 'the
Important for the farmer by-returning to'thetable ,
Thl apace contributed by : ____ ,.on..j&.lardas.... Irll..u..And.n r>t th f armer should be noted this milk butter.; e : and>meat
turn to his home at Tampa whereare and presented to the s'
the andrTJOwa
agent while working ,
r G. F. Kribbs Citizens Bank of Kissimmee C. L. Bandy located the headquarters of the ,when he calls, or written to him so w"I I return to the sock. the' energy Y
Customs District
for Florida.
that.a complete analysis of the subject eded and also the tfertfliaeijs to". '

: "{.'. T. M. Murphy ", ;W..W. Carson ,. C. W,.. Ward . Worth Trying.If I made; be p.pared&AcJ.lforta error. This Will build Next up we.the should land.prepare wv--place' ,in. !

_ you are troubled with --sleepless-J,Ibring-I bout a profitable solution to hich all the manures and. wast
...... .
-- ,_ look 'DrInk n
-- --- -- s - ness ;your diet. no tea ,the many?difficulties now confront latter can be deposited and there {

; : 1" WOMENS PART IN VICTORY : : 'Literature' will be furnished ;you as or coffee' for' a few days and take ing. espcially the new fanner. _jt it rot until time to put. it on the
soon as possible and it is urged that one of Chamberlain's Tablets immed.1 Let us work together, for better land...hen it will give greater/value
IffI. some be distributed in. a house to iately after supper to farming better fruit growing, better as a complete composted fertilizer
LOAN WORK IN FLORIDA'Jacksonville house canvas at least a week in advance digestion.' These tablets also cause trucking better live stock raising, than any other .means of collecting;
a >gentle movement of the bowels. -. .
of opening of campaign. Buttons Ibetter. hogs better milk cows, better it. .
-- and subscription blanks!', will be They are. unsurpassed for constipation grasses, better pasture,. better market The foundation of ali- good' soil'depends
Fla.,. April 11, 1919. March 27th, of sixteen -counties, nine sent to men chairman for ;you and : and better profits. t ''
Dear Madam Chairman' :,. We have were represented by women. Many posters will. i be sent him for distribu I, The very first thing too on the upon the mixture of rotted deV tr
a little less than two weeks left before I local workers attended each of these: tion.. WILL ASK FOR $200.000 FOR farm, is to grow such forage crops brie and manures, plus the turning; hat
the Victory Loan campaign opens conferences as well, several members I THE CITRUS CANKER WORK that t tune e' coyer ,
I have been notified that the delivery will support tbeu cows, hogs of the cvrops. .. ,i,
.. on the 21st of'April, closing May of the State Executive Committee of medals Made of German .. L. 1.', ,"
10th, and many preparations yet to your State Executive Secretary and cannons will be delayed.but workers Tallahassee April 12.-It has been .. ; -, -- I'
the prbgraimof the Red point in-South Florida which
complete to make it an assured success. State Chairman. Thewomen outnumbered will receive them, though late in the definitely decided by the citrus fruitindulltry's co".1 some
The thoroughness of here ask and the taking up of an among other things, will care for'unw .f,
your organizations the men in attendance at campaign so kindly furnish full list lobby to for .
.you will find an absolute the Tampa' and Jackonvilla confer 200000. with which to carryon the program which shall improve the fortunate girls and will assist "down ,.
of with addresses -
names as soon as "
necessity. You should make a point ,ences. work against the canker. It is understood conditions under which we live. and .out. to find employment'ThQSalvation ; .
possible if have not already
you Mr McMillin has' on his__staff five Army has done such
of enlisting every woman possible I Mrs. Samuel Lumpkin, 6th Federal that theplant board believes { '
done However the responsibility
so. ,
I and bend all energy to make the Reserve District Chairman, from $176,000 will be sufficient and division supervisors, who vrfill give noble work in. the front line on .th* 7.
of' the .distribution of them will beleft
completion of your .county ,quota during I Atlanta attended all the meetings to' .tb..eountychairman.. possibly. the campaign can be pursued all of their !lmejLwotk..jD.the( : field recent: battkfeldrthat.ithas won mss:

.. the first week. We simply; must and Mrs. Kellog Fairbanks, Chair. I strongly urge Joint county conferences with $150,000 or less.l The citrus .with the chapters.SALVATION . many lasting friends and- there Is'li.i"''
not let thei\ the fruit intrests tie doubt but that the'quota asked I
campaign drag. man of ;Advisory committee' to are willing to leave -
of and
men or '
Try to impress upon your workers the National committee was at Pen. schools ,of 'instruction; for women workers. the amount to the plant board but ARMY' WILL : from Osceola county. ..will .be. granted). s4t.a'

and the public. generally,* that the sacola. Men, loan officials from the With beat-of' good wishes for the want to'be'certain'.that enough 6.on. PUT ON MAY DRIVE 'RESULTS(0- "(
Loan' is a> thanksgiving offering-for Sixth Federal Reserve District, were success of 'the Loan" in'your county. ey is appropriated to continue the A SPOONFUL GIVES :
the estimated'.saving' of the lives of ''present'at. all meetings and gave May -we have a glorious' .finish in work In the same effective manner R. 'T. Kersey who is making this When, 'ounlr''chicks. dtf not f%
over one hundred thousand of our splendid instruction* ,for the,coming! keeping with'. the remarkable recordof in'the" past.It' is stated that the headquarters at Orlando,,. visited, Kis grow and thrly.o.the'Y"'need-l} 's"toniC:;. i

..... American soldiers, due ,to the early campaign. I regret exceedingly that results of the-.'work'ot the' women workers against' canker have been so simmee this week to secure a county B. A. Thomas', Poultry Remedy Is '.
signing of the armistice. ov This was every county chairman or her'' rep of Florida,"' accomplished durimr .pre- dllleeot .in their' efforts to eradicateit chairman that would represent the not only s> ;tonic but a 'speciflc for
to a great extent\ brought about t>y resentative could not have found it vious'Ijoan campaigns' and in .all other that but one infested tree has been Salvation Army in their proposed Bowel Trouble.. Gape' and others! !

the enormous peparations made possible possible to avail herself oft; this' op 'warwork.. making'.;ftttln close found :since'last' April.; ,, drive beglnningMar' 19th;.._and._.!ontinuingr chick troubles. Get -it.,''today. 'WrseWWotrthe .
I by the work of- the Liberty Loan portunity-to have gained valuable information of'all war activities as a' final tributeto ' ' thTullUl' > secu h. ; :ptanWate." .
organization and the bond buyers for the conduct of the loan I our splendid men. .Faithfully. SOUTHERN DIV: RED'CROSS"" This drive:Is'' to secure the sum' of erf sit Carson, .Grocery Co. .

the country\, -.Enormous ;wok; 'In her county. Those-"'of :you ....- MRS. W. S."JENN1NGS.; UNDER NEW DIRECTOR I$ti50- from this county to be used for X' want f at' m Gaiett$ 4
quantities l of war supplies': .conse who attended these meetings' are. to Stat Chairman. the home service 'fund. The fund will ;; tJiar'v.n.G::

quently are not paid, forand,.* 01 be congratulated Twenty-nine coun--, The menVbe-gf' ;"of' the tfissimmefl be"u ectto'' eatabUatt" Welfal'tf'Horn will rent yon" ..are.I'OODMIo',..,: .-. i '... 5'fn '
course, will never be used and'for .ties'out.' of. fifty-four. were .reprelentoeeL 1i1'# !St.-auh"Tr-: .' Over. Chapter of the Amen an( Rdd .Cross .- -. ,. ,. .. .:
the last we are a1a 'tbllntfuf' but'we themen :' 'John R... ,Barker,i .Battle. Creek, will be interested to l ."n1that"J.; .L.McMlllin >4 0 4m v v v v. v .* V. j !
and whether At each conference voted ? : beenf)appointed
owe for these;supplies Ito| Mich.,. troubled has 'director! '
wrlterfl was with -1.i..:
used or not.'.they served' them pur- < divlde-the result of s leof'bonds heartburn indigestion; and"live complaint of the department< of* the- Southern .. r ,iv 'ri .
..II '....are pledged to. pay. our o.tth..lfnfre; state, equally with; the until I began using Chamber DiVision! to fin the* position'made! v** .
honor woman's committee that Is ? a .
..debts.Snpno'se fifty-flf lain's Tablets, then trouble cant when Dr. Snavely was trans
some of 'our men now ty. You will report the total sales over"*" If you' are troubled my with was in- ferredtor'WashIngtowr. DJ.C* baa0 A. :34'y : d-J -

... serving' in the'army' of occupation of both ynen.and women from yovs; dlgestjon, or constipation give them 'Mr. McMillin ,comee to us from I .
should threw down.their arms **d copntyl-eailf!] we***; and nf.'win?m.4f at trio t. "They will do vast goed.CLUB Washington where he"' was serving Riil. .S.FLa, J't1JJj'-, 1 1+ y. *
refuse to serve longer what would the division'here, Do not add "the on the Central Case* Boardof'' .the :
happen? that peo-' I&le.of ttiddeklbeforf\ +to tlJl) Tb 0 I ttEN+SYAT. cOONTUr:. Federal Board 'fox. Vocational Edu- i

pleat. home enjoying: the comfortsof in addition, 301L will give milt the : WELL ATTENDED catlon.Pri #' s> this'he war Supervisor
life, iR 'the'' number and denominations and total of District; 6 of the Federal i'I
Victory Lain' catn, Ifi4, or buy"bonds' 4m waCofjsalerfrn d<y.:your, wom-: t The SaWrW'itMraimanff. and tea Board for I ocatiohal'Edacationwith; 'I

mherf thyyeaDtan4Idplertrotnr; !J I eD..t rtt .n.lIl1bB'.leach.week heretoforef 4t, the country.,icluh 1 mas...lar<< headduartef in New Orleans. c j H.?
millions or more men in'the army seiarate1 l7, gtvlngi4 coPT to I tended.:'many of'U' 'KI.dMfriee Jpee- has the proper vision of the"present1 "-
is the man chairman. Also reportw t >la'iot rinfKbsitifarUhe. afternoon.Mr and :future' mission of'th' American Crof3'rreSt.and',
and navy still on duty untilpeace.than part your women take_in_ handling' *, W H. Hamilton won the Red Cross,. and I bespeak for"*him"
assured fact, are worse the ,
an booths for sales, .oiv I '' -
y "" handsfnM adios -prize, sr croll club, your hearty support. -
inan...vetodfeerSnlhis; iUtaD' posteI ; IIU f connection, ..wltht tl.v Individual > : It ." .
*ftd Mr. C:1-WJ Ward and' tMr'lIam1lilildf ig-Mbo-.purpoM: of the -Dep rP .1- *
have beenthrough
do. Many the hardest of these kkidf men of' flghtmr, oerstSmd'tkareuclS quota-system but of, course" you ua'; 1'W' !; } the' ' prize ment oflDevejopment tcfpa'ape salattentiontochapterorganIzationn "- .. +. .'l'" s<
salego it the which jfe" '-A"mmiltonsaid r
t ,
: was )traim
and' _endured" -untold. hardships for t andare oint credit of both men and women a ball to be presented that eveginf.T is:ml weUrcoundedv\ active; .chap.,, Fresh: : Meats: i -

worn out with longing home workers;;T iliSuTd te'furBjsijed to- hi Hunter though did ter in t; vBry county jn;tber5ostheynDjvlsoni' : ."" '1" . ,.. . ..
comforts. We make sacrifice .
and no
tal of(entire- tiMe\by'you- close prove Rolf ,
not to chapteq 1 .
which is really worth mentioning' incomparison. be a ball. ICany. ,,needs enC -* .t'
.- the American people campaign v Mr, S. H. Bullock Mre.-Jae.JAlln : ur*geme'nti Jf.its organisation r' .' ;. e ;, .' in their .It before the last Habitual: and Mr. W;. A.;"Hamilton were hostesses needs strengthening; Jfr Jtv members, I" .. ., .+.,aA.1 t s "
fail support .
Constipation Cured \ 'for need to '. (
the tea; and their suedeaeselribled ; fay J shown ;thjB- JJ1'I'flI1i.'Deed \ : :.
returned- his
is docked and
man 'In 14 to ;21
home,what should they think of usT "LAX-fX WTH.FIPSIN-.; pays. kdecciall3. )Jon .the shady veranda ton for.*.they oontinuance} p jiif;Ale} activi- 1, :. : .* '
a ov this ref 'nht ) nt. served! with tier in., that carryingtnrqufh to, an'efrctive i [': : Phoiie"'176 S6&&roadvody 1
Zone'' conferenceswere held s fa,' prepared ynrpTonio-Laftatiprfotflatiltn,4' d.'lntx:\ >uajidwichet. and,," assortedunites -end;; at: onj.est4mbroadj: 'of1 : .... .
March 6th of'fourtden'counties Constipation. l but '
amps regn sly ptjdtoladuoetegulatacnms ; ,. ". .. w. \ M 1
.r J4 "
nihe were represented by wom & tot 14 Ii .t6'-UM i r
There will be nn tournament or tea u"su1Pl ,cetr. ,t e.Y ..,
en. Jacksonville, March 7th., of : It Stimulates at the' club next Ritordav as all the "'-'I__" PAZO' OIl'fDI' Q..... -
twentyfour counties, eleven were:' Be ulaM*. \Very Pleasant to Takes 60o. Indies fwOl 'be employed] in to...hdo"BUo4." .B1Mdl &c.l'JetnIcUoa PueL.j a WA+Wts
.. represented! by Wolanl PtfhSacolaV ,per: bottle.. .- preparing. -suss.. v 6w I__. a d. CCv6c6 sry
for the 6 t ,
/ l Easter: services.. ..1\MfU.\ .. .... aaarcu ant. I''''' .f ticoc6cVii 6 o< y vHv > : !

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'- o f : t .AN INTERESTING REPORT Tallahassee Aprtt &-(Speeial.)

m ____ -"It, is too easy to get marriednd,

tSWl Tallahassee.," April IS_(Sp cUl.) ports- only 9., I too easy to Gillis get.divorced of Walton"-Rid county Judge today ''
; r-d s -The main report of the state comp- Automobiles. I
n' when he told I the correspondentthat ;
.\ troller contain over400 pare .of
Automobiles::: other power, vehicles he was preparing and would introduce .
rlf.J pertinent financial fact, 'and is ,so '
' It voluminous :the I ' -cltiien, paid license taxes to the comptroller Monday or Tuesday a bill to y
to the.number but-the of 'divorce In
ry 51,938 reduce the grounds
thpogh he secure a copy of this value
uable document.' will not have time tax' assessor got only 36,36,7 on the Florida to three. ;
3 enough at.hit read it all. books'for' advalorem taxes, so- more Mr..,Gits points out that late ,.ta.
than "fifteen'thousand motor .vehicles tieticsshow that for, every ten r/lat.
A brief'
resume of some of the factsit
got off with license tax and divorce.-
contains will doubtless be welcomed I'= a. only; ri.gesthere"
the these on the tax books were valued "The judges tell jne that a large
by busy reader.Thereare .-
by the assessors on an average portion"of the time of the courts
Li'J fortyone'separate funds throughout the state for'tax 'purpos nowadays is divorce
in.the state RepretientativC
treasurysuch" as general Gillis,
l es at $128 each. cases,* said
-, + revenue state prison fund, state I The total valuation for tax' purposes "and I. want to make it harder for
rd board of health 'fund, state road tax
J of all classes of property were men and women to secure legal sep-
fund .etc. The total receipts in 'these 1 as follows: .ration." .

funds for 1918 was I6.249J.57.57. In Real'e.tate' ____*..______$$233.750,566, The nine"lifesavers" in Florida ..
addition to these there is on, deposit 1 Personal property __.__- 69,815,5091 with the comptroller and the '
fi state Railroads 47,252,812 for a year; adultery; the fact
treasurer a large amount of collateral secured divorce In
Telegraph lines _,.!?->- .632,240 that defendant has
t f securities to,secure insurance agreements Pullman cars ____-.._.,- o87.7UITotal another state; natural impotency;
and deposits of state and violent and iTJKovernable. temper;
a county moneys in the various banksof ____ J__.___$352,038,848 habitual drunkness; the fact that ..J..
She state.
The 'railroads, telegraph and Pullman either party has another spouse at IT'
The general revenue fund is the I car taxes state county and spe- thetime of marriage without the

one from which most 'of, the"state cial districts aggregate 1726652.17. knowledge of the other, and the'fact
.I7; government expenses are paid. This for the last year. that the contractng parties are with \
'l fund received during 1918 $1,989- I In tne past ten years real estatevalu.tlons in the degree of.!: kinship prohibited'
'!:' 249.39. Thd balance in :this fund at have increased from $103- by law.

-t 'e the close of the year 1918 was $185- 000,000 to '$233,000,000; and railroadsand The Gillis' bill contemplates leaving -
379.39. : telea-faphs from $29,000,000 to only: Adultry, continued desertion -

Taxation Facts and Figure 48000000. for two wears instead of one asat
I When Taxes Are"Collected. .I present fan the fact that the defendant
I J: Real! estate in Florida Is valued has obt'ned Divorce in' another -
for'the purposes of taxation at $233- I The books open in November and I He also leave in
1 are supposed to close.April 1. The
750,666. There are 32,018,559 acres mentioned above
the law the' eighth
on the tax books, J,676,950 of comptroller has shown in his report
acres -the fact that either--party had an-,
1 (which are listed as "improved." The the percentage' collections by other "at tlje time of marriage.Mr. .

... --+ ,town and city lots are vahied Almost months in each county. The average Gillis IIle makes his ilL extend the
I- ]'equal to all real estate outside of the for the state shows less than 60 percent '
desertion from one to two
; I II W '
108,000,000 to 124000000. Apil 1. Last,year 92.43 per cent of
t taxes assessed were collected 2.71 should J>e given for a possible .reconciliation -
t II. aa Animals, and Stock Railing. cent. to be effected.
per were in lands sold to the

I. RE TRUcTIONg Horses and mules offer themselvesfor state for taxes; 3.92 per cent were
Do not forget the KUslmmee Valley
lost "insolvencies
taxation to the number of 72,081 as and .94 per
ei 7 ''while the sheep and goats outnumber cent were uncollected. Gazette office does,fine printing

g, I 1'1 them slightly' Horses.and mules are County. Officers'. .. Fees. -' t
' valued for taxation at an averagetnrougbout The salaries of .
She GotJemmrn i-r county officials I.a is Atlantic Hotel. .f
the state of $59. Range
matter already disposed of the
; z'' They come to us dulled by shell-shock-men leaching trader to cattle on the tax books number 651572 ,-I legislature, and after 1920 the by coun- Bay sad !*_.. at.* ......._....lIt.. ..... ,
while only 25\553 cattle All railroad ticket office. In building
; graded ty officers' fees in excess of certain *
,with arms and legs gone-pitifully broken.. the wounded mn eo I are returned for taxes. The range fixed amounts will be turned into the Im-provements.<< .

that cattle "go in at an average value of public treasury The reports of fees,I,, *; one to11.60 -
they fet rtwoR. : rn'J.JOt.:
may. ( while the ., $1.00 ; -
$8, graded cattle average received by county officers made ; ;
Is there a person in all this great Nation ours on the;,. feet againmtndtd approximately $17.50 for tax pur to the comptroller and he are publishesthem j IS1.60. to. FRANK; DPEARCEPro50 to. IS.00.B. .

who is not glad to-stand up beside these boys in the poses. The large number, of sheep in his annual report to the leg-
a* best they and goats are found on the tax booksof islature. -
I There be
Victory Liberty Loan may some surprise -
For mark of the debt
can Walton county, 9,966. Holmes that the net WAVERLY HOTEL
V I we still owe it the debt to these fihting lads who now must b* mended land Okaloosa are next with more any county officer largest was not receiptsby a clerk JACKSONVII.I.K. FLORIDA

B.: stumble along unfamiliar paths. We must see them through. , . than 6,000 each. Seven counties report -I of the circuit court or sheiff, but a E.r..... PI...
none. DeSoto has the largest tax assessor whose report shows his Hot and fold water In rarh room.
'number of range cattle. 72,926 while office Rate.: Blnnle. tl and up; Double. $1,5l>
\Buy-:-with all the dash you can spare and with all you can pledge to save monroe reports 'only 60 and Dade 72. $21,320.61.netted A justice in twelve of the months peace I and up Weefelr.; Room and gtail Hath.... ST 12 t.OO S and. up.

I and be glad for the opportunity. In graded cattle Hillsborough leads reported no receipts whatever grossor Weekly I>..kl.. .SIn t. eta
the heart of theater and .hoppingYltvtrtrt -
with and Madison
8.787, county re-
net. Business ..
... w" dull with him.; ( Muln and Adams Rtrpcttt

Victory Liberty Loan Committees. i ir I

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; SHALL WE HAVE A LUNCH \.1'equipments for the preparation and
:serving of hot soup might be within
__ our reach and Stimulating hot
: SCHOOL? !:cocoa to accompany an otherwisecold

: lunch, .'once a week with icecreatqetc.
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This' is a day of change and .experiment water 'In extreme need. *
I We told by. Orlando's
in education. 'The schools j "Between 150
t and 200 children have
ers (Miss Jean Thomas is of
;i !lof yesterday that were deigned to been daily fed, 14 lunches have been ,them) that the children have one '
meet yesterday's needs,do not fit the served daily to helpers besides 6 welfare studious been'
''I more- and
requirements of today. Everywhere l lunches. .Your committee havem&de.Jbett
upon J
of the
thoughtful people are' recognizing ,investigation finds that many of the 'grades'':'don't-one believe teachers saying:
tlli. ',fct"and working out theories children \ our pupilu'could.poeiibly -
; : came daily'to school withoutbreakfast
and trying experiment. [ that have haVe done their work this yearso
many cold suppers
Step ':'by"'step' Osceola county's thus- the need this creditably (referring the effects
? for
ot,.the flu) had-'it been for the
school" not.
board atad Kissimmee's corp 'hot lunch in the middle of the day.< .
.t, of 'teachers join the progressive "During the year the Teachers' Institute hot
march of today. Ever ready to'' in-I has ben entertained in the h Personally the writer knows kindergarten -
: s late much' hoe beenaid and primary teachers who
vestigate.Of school lunchroom, about fifty being
ask that the pupils be served from
of Osceola's' experiment; which served at this time.The Parent-.
.,. but the school kitchen) a cup of' milk or
.no an experiment a Teachers Association wca also enter-
;k permanent feature, of what Bartow ,tained after, the monthly meeting in cocoa in the .middle of the forenoonfor
and other towns are dbhvg, as >to theirs Februray.. its restful effect upon the child.

i.; hool,'lunch room. i "The following 'is'.a financial state Kissiminee room will eventually install
this lunch
La.t Friday, County ,Superintendent : ment. ; Kissimmee will de-
.:X3. E.' Yowell County Agent Mud ' "Expenditures '-. Bread 384.98 velope many, new plans)in the'coming
_ ''Albina'Smith Dcmetlc; Science Instructor. months.! Our schools are our great
; groceries $596.45: ice cream 178.00; .
t'ommunityintereat. We must not
Miss Nellie Mrs.
; meat; "$85.30; milk, 176.10; cook,
that "education the
forget is all sided"gTOWtK
Ceo-Beet and..tberwriterj visited-the $137.15; 'euperveorbyeheek$187.08 '
Orlando grammar'school in' order -to lunches $72.94. 186.00; sundries r / l-f"'thr-mdmdqal---physlcal."
mental moral.
learn" something-of! the hot lunch [X73.84. -Total expenditures, $1840.28.
system.:'wbich 'that school maintains', Amount received-$1,745.25.

,;"! building at 11:80: I "DlsbunedU.740.37.. 'Balance ,
bnt'.Junch was not seved until 12:30. For
hand $4.86. installation
opportunity"to ask
1 gas 'electricity the boardof
questions look.over .
the. plant. trustees, $723.7$,.
s 'The 4"All suffered "Tor 10 with
I ? equipments ,all in thq-base- years
ttsnt,',whi ich; is light, airy and in ev- accounts.:.separately itemizedBit ."' stomach trouble 'and doctored awaya
'kt cry 'ways sanitary.'*Everything" Isepotl.sdy ar to'wb.t' we saw.,If was Fri- lot 'of money before I found a med- '
; clean" and''attractive. day, the ,one >day in the. .week on icine that was, a real benefit to me.

': Last May, at the Instigation- the which ice cream is-served. At-12:30 Since taking' one dose of Msyr'a Wonderful -

''+ Parents-Teachers Association the Or- the. children (nearly-260)) from the Remedy 1*'weeks 'aco, I>have : 'T I
lando school board. at the expend] separate entrances began to marchin I had 'more real joy' of. liviac ''than I '
.tan of '700, began fitting; no this each equipped with a dime. With had In 10 Years'before." It is a' sim '
lunch room with aM necessary,-kiteh- becoming faces and. most, orderly harmless preparation that re- ,
en equipments, 'Jrorywhite tables manners .little' tots and larger grown I lPle .. the catarrhaT mucus from the ;

Jgeeodchhiinatthe, estheticconsider obtained the necesary' plate fork, tract and allays the inflammation They're i .

.. -4,. cafeteria' style ,What did they which causes practically all
k, The.-report rendered d' :April 1; after letc. to eat? -Well,-a' most generous stomach, liver and intestinal ailments ..v,.
.4 silt months trial, refers to the Initia-( of mashed potatoes (nearly i including::appendicitis.' One dose wilt I :

tive, in the parents-teachers. asaociar of.plate) Covered :nth delicious convince or money refunded.. "'"J, Z. Finishing l
r , Lion, followed by an intere.tM.-board brown 'gravy,' piping 'hot,: two rolls' .Roberson and druggists .everywhere. .
a" of trustees the endorsement- the and a ten'' cent size ice cream in a

parents and the established room at cup, all for ten cents. ST JOHNS. EPISCOPAL CHURCH -, -. the Job "'i. ,
1 the opening of the nchool year. The day before they had been i' t t.' \

i ,The report says in part. served two lettuce sandwiches,'cheese Easter':Day-Special Service.
'' ."During the latter part of the summer and-a glass of milk..'On Wednesday, v ) .

w* kept tail Plan before the pub- macaroni cheese, milk and roll. Another .. '11:00 a. m. Sunday School and '" .There ,are million of boys still "over there r
lie by articles the papers.,We held day, ham sadwiches! and cocoa. Adult Bible Class. our

$ "w .tbr.oookd fooct-.._ and one .large Each day the menu is varied Look- 12.00 ,noon. Easter service. Rev. ';': there' to .stick'it" 'out to the: finish. '

+t, "' sapper, from which''iN realisiM a lilt over the week's menu we turn CanonBryan. Subject:. ,"The Life Be _. j : '
. noderaU-amount with which to start again to the printed report to make I yond.*?. *> )

't' ;bat, without '//the generous coopen.4ion' sure that the auditing is correct balance i 8:00 p." m. .Eater ass ke.: Rev And. how,'about'us? .Remember-we-are"thefr-Partners in' the .
: :; and financial -support 'of the on hand, $4.86. We.were assured Canon Bryan.. Subject: "The! ..Walk ; ,
;- bead of trustees, .the lunch room that the payment of these to Emmnas." biff contrmct=that we have riveofour promUe. -one that will not be fulfilled

,r plan would hkv..been doomed to fail: dimet fully covers the entire expenseof Mrs., C. F" Burrow. win-aaai.t in ,T until we have paid bur bill... i I',

:IY"Yoe the -lunch room, and then some, the musical service. ' \
chairman wants to call at lit we were told things"1 lT.printed.. I ..,.... - '- :

tendon to the fact that the school Mrs: Wood is a rare soul; full of hu- Tb*>.atfwg W1ti.tsnt r tne>-W.... If.the Victory'Jib: it Loan fails,;so;will 1 e in ou>: 'promise!
I. '; i
room than
t'tench more Just a place man Interest. .In her,tactful way she CeMBettevTkwtb: Walt .
..children to,be glen. .'daily reaches those who hare neither yes f toast bays lf..ltb, Snemgth-and* En.docssa ' Buy// to\your: .fu limit of cath and inUllmenta-and don't delay.:. '

,0 yneed. Mrs.,;'Wood our. supervisor hasemd.avoTed dimes or fall "dinner pails.;" ',} 10 e.Jd Cddathtp u4 hig.ea&- \ ,
to Jrir* the. children asXteAiiy OrlaDdo's'ncndrementa., alms, andsuccesses' ;- '
as possibM, the.same carefulltt.ntibp''a .m.-year blood U not In a healthy 'p- \ .
probablywould' not -Victory\LibertxILoan Coxmnittec
rung condition and does not circulate Iupstt. *
mother would .jive her parallel with Kissimmee's featuresin -' ,
TOOT system viable to eMws..aaId I .
;withstand '
child la her OW1I-Jom.-- .-We not haw the Is_ ..... ... .. J
any Sway same ,
.,w-n.'scbooUunch room has In sev- may ; L. _._ ;, .. -.,. "'f ., .. '
needs. We have not Orlando's > ; co.lArMrMlt .
money kn Instances taken the place of b .
an with whleh to.equip; a large plant. .f" ,,' .... :. 1 .' --
,amagenpt-: tation-,-., fnrnishin ; .ho* We have no basement no nom in the ForaA the System Ajalnst Colds, Cdp 'I : -i. .. .
f school building do" have obtainable end Inflnenos).by Pvcifyut tT"*_Ettndilnf I 0sceo'Iardware >> 'Osceola '
we the Blood.. : Company : Motor
: _...... 1ItII'" w-MNet'.tsar cottages lllIUb,. What of \ stcqotalnsfthf.wsAtoowa' teak ..,... Company

'. i .... ... Iaathe.......USAOVIIIUIJI. t Jve old Baptist church. TThlehwould. .Rise.of Qvinlne...- 6es tocosptablcto ...fcIria i.h}I :"f!' 'tat : ': ,Mach :Bros.' Garage '\ .
),1iM :
...... etkaaf ......" be ,,convenient for all grades! ? --.deUcata sjmnadLndlrplMsent ,.. : .

'W'Ij..e.M-=--= aKra.a.eN i: Possibly:.we could not .install 'si, to take. Yo e neoanfeeiEffect. ,PH"'t.'I'W.'E.Sanaeno; : I

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4 DOffT' : _, .. *..... ....: 11'.... ., r-' "*, ',- ... I -;- ': '''der.t'"tha< .'..aatd ''a ft-i-d.nt; ,'defend 1ant. I I I ( '......'.v."...; ..i":",,, one.tfC.SS.acres '

wthA, TAKSWitL Critt; 'r. band are hereby required to-sp.-;; '118. more or Us*.. ..
SPECULATORS TRY TOUR ...., pearto'ttt. .- bll'.t'COMpla11i't tll* tb.
said cause.rf before Monday P TWBNTT-BIOHT' (2$ '
ith .day of May..,'A.', D. ,ll0. etherwlae SOUTH or :'RANUB TH RTY.ONtU'" '
RHEUMATIC PAW SOUTH :' lh.' arUelratlonn :of. said hill' ,will "be 7.vs-BAST.' containing;.sixty and. el.h- '
TOcRBLIBERiY TO Tornrfo' confessed said '
: taken .as by ,defendant. ly-sig one-hundredth. (54,05) ',acres'
.;, '& jit I* further'ord.r.d'tbat this order more or1 less..- . i' : _ _
La published once-aweek for four oop- "'Lot* One (t), 'TwoI),. 'Three- (a) I4'
secuilve week In the Klvslmmesi Valley and the Est half of Section OnVl' "
Co after It, with :Sloan' BONDS T BARGAIN( About' t Spent' Oasett, a newspaper 'published. In Townvhlp iTwenty-nlnei (lit) South ,of

J said! County an<e. Races, Twenty-nine (IS)' East- LoCo' _ _
L Liniment before 'It' gets J ,Tille April Jnd. I.n. (1). Two (I.a..BIIt tl) and tbraut

dangerous" People Urged. Not to Aell Government Eighteen St.*l Monsters, I 1, wake1 countless thous
--' RoaoVAt 'listless., colorless-weak; KRIBBS.. AKERMAN. /STEED.-/ .- nine (It) south of Range Twenty-nlno,
Securities at Baorlflee Exchange Five Miles An '
,or ,. The phjsical torts of Solicitors for' Complainant.! It-It- (i*) East the t Southeast. quarter of
'Them For, don't Paper. SprIn
Apply! lit::. rui let If- .
a half of
needs in XOTICB! Or ADMI! ISTHATOJ3fer *. : Section Thlr".n.(( Township -' '
trait. and-cood-by twingel Same for Campaign assistance, I / :. KtMl-DI.rlM>ra*). .TT Twenty-eight. )' South'' of
'. external aches: pain., strain, stiffness .Atlanta.-r-neports. are reaching thi .)'Item. Th. red cor- ..' Ra" .' Thirty ($0)' Baatr- the West
M of .. tblood can"be. restored:'larCevrtif f..eiy ...... State .t half of' the Northwest .quarter of Sec
joints muscles lameness bruises, : .. t
or Federal ReservrTTinirof i "Atlanta Uiat mI.1t\e.. meFkIroa- ...., 101 Tonic. This Tonic 0-1. 4,'....,.. tlon' Five (IH 'the North' half the- "-
Instant relief without musslness OC'eoiled the war"overseas, will be II ,' Southwest quarter and th.. West half _
clothing. Reliable-the bigzest many owners of Liberty, BOnd, ara the Sixth Reserve which we' -allknow !. 're' KMate! er Emily '0."............ of ,the Southeast quarter." aDd' the,
federal I> it also>> contains Notice I*' hereby: srlven, to all whom Northeast quarter of the Southeast _ _
liniment Eco. them 'At '
,selling year after year.- selling 'prices* lower than the.coming "Victory Loan : ; drives but.the malarial i It'' may: concern, that oh the tSth diy quarter of Section-_ (I); th,* West
nemical by reasod of enormous sales. Lhejir market '' of October.' A. D.'lslL I sbatl apply to half of tb. Northeast. quarter and the _ _
f'' Keep'a biff bottle ready at all times.: t vTalue' .. was announced by the. I greatly. In'the-restor-: the Honorable T. M. Mlfrpby,.Judgre of Southeast quarter of tne> ,Northeast' (

Ask your druggist for'Sloan's Liniment.'. InvesUgatlons'show'', that'shrewd partment this week. They ) ''human system.. The' said Court as- Judge of Probate,' fr quarter, and Lots Two (I'. .Three (1)
small i tanks, capable of this No.. 101 Tonic acts, my nnal, discharge se' Administratrix and four *.). ajtd the North-
speculator* are i ftcUVein,. trying to of the. estate of O. One. (1),' yfSedtion8evefl(7)gt.o sOneCi
Emily Tatman. dsc.aedi
the bowels'and rids the
niles without replenishment ), Two /n, Tjiree ((1) and Pour (4) II
SI arts :induce' people' to part with their Qov- gasoline supply. ','. poisonous and. refuse will present) and. to that said M Ceurt the ,same my final time' accounts I and North half of Faction Nine 'n)}

.rnu; eat securities Man; ''tbefai today atnd : take at as administratrix to said Lot One (1), TwoThree (I) .and, '
: sststesn.l
pf ; Itlis: not likely that .the ", .the North half of Lot. Four' ft), of
ask for ;
'are' offering' to take LibertyBonds' in break an.peed': laws .as' ( .ta,,, ,At:' drug, stores. Dated April their Srd approval.A. D. 1111. SectIon Bight (); Lot*,Four"(4) and
exchange for1 some other ,,so-called of,five inlles snkour/ -. ALMA. T. MORRISON. Northwest Five (I) and quarter the "Weat'-half''of of Section Ten the
1Ioa-mo-0-mo. .
."..cuiit ." ry two men.,tbe..driver And 'a' : ,WILLIAMS;CO, Administratrix.AN (!,); all Iji' Township Twenty-nlae
which,, promises a hither (It) South of Rang Thirty '('41) Bast,'
rate of interest than Liberty Bonds.. lo. They will be distributed Manufacturers ..S' ,ORDtI'fANCm.. containing] * -
It' Is pointed out by ..Treasury otnetals district, several to a' state HA. An' brdinanc. to Repeal'.ctton'. It nt acres ty-nve more and or aeven-tienths less. ) -. (1.071.7), "
,e driven from town to town : the Revised Ordinanoep of the City '
On (1) sTwo "'
that Liberty Bonds worth Also all of Lots and "
-are ,
everydollar paid for country roads.. -J! : _: 1"0; the" .Duties .of''' the,: City (I) of Section Thirty-six (U).. Town M-
evidence The tank will be met at . 'v.' ship Tw.ntr..llrht' '(11) South of '
of, their value Is the ....rn.. went' \0 work was'Tone: .. ; .L 4 Rang ''UI') East and all _
pal, town speakers for BE trRDAINEDBY THB COONCILi "
by of Lot Three' (I). Section ThirtysixIs ; : '
of the t.3'poq..I *
speculator them. He knows what ,they are,worth., f FLORIDA. South of Bangs Twenty-nine (II)
saw'we were In the war '
In connection with public Section 1. .That Section ,M -of, the '
E. S. HOFFMAN M. D. Their Liberty.'Bondowner' does not East except commencingat' the'
: Revised Ordinances ofv the City of '
will be operated under'the corner of Lot Three (I),
OCULIST AND'OPTICIAN know the value of the "stock" IIIIolld" be just one more,Ub- KI..lnlmHFlorid.\ ., of December 1st. run thence South to the Southeast corner _ _
"\ he Is offered In'. the pu lIc1tr..; department Ill, relative to collections fort water of said Lot Three (.).; thence
buIa. for
Eyes Examined by. a Regular Reg ers'. bureau of the Sixth' Victory .Ie>>an., and that and llcht charges. by the City Clark West fifty (SO) feet:, thence North,
istered Physician. his Oevernmeat security 2& Intended to route them so the Job: .c be and the same I* hefrbr repanie4and to the. North fine .of Lot Three (Ifth.nce' _ _
Liberty Bonds have back of then around fire bIlUOR' dol- henceforth of/no-force and effect. Easterly to the point of beginning. .. '
Glasses Fitted. will visit practically every The City Council: shall by revolution The said described exception'

Broken Lena Duplicated. the entire.resources of the United I toti5ilbifl early,,In Ap war.but Uncle Bam. adopted by a majority Its member .iig reserved for the purpose of oontructlngr ., _ _
States which makes them worth thlr, : borrow"the from have the authority to appoint a water' thereon a tramway or 'rail' _ _
28 W. Church' St. Orlando FJa. faceT&lII.Tho expected tn ne.eUTe" campaign money: and light collector for the.City of Kl.. road, which.' If. not bulIt! Is also'.b..... _ _
person exchangee bonds.,will.-b tln_about on short term bonds at a Immee him salary prescribe by included. .
_ _ _ _ tory'ta: ::
th.m for some other kind o( paper -rate.I .* hi* fix the amount of hi* 'AI.o .n of Section' Thirty-two (It)
bon...-,wltb r full the .Northw .t. of the _ _
risks losing the' , '>powr .0''dlacharre except quarter
Invested la .
O. F. KRIBB8 A. AKERMAN money, I I (a.the'country, such,,water and light collector for neglect Southeast quarter of the said ...Section
*- W,,;J.; TED!: his -bond as wall as tbs .Interest.Oilier "Finish 'The Job" do his share In finish of duty or fnr the commission of all /-Section* BIghte.q-41 ). Twenty
tiif) are selling their. bonds any acts which, a the opinion> of the (10) Twenty-two (Ii). T..nty..tclltlS
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED Of Victory Loan C wiping the slate clean. Council would warrant hi. dismissal. ( ) and.. Thirty (10),, and all of_Sec--,
because: feel- that '
they Ue wars Q BO. ,W. FOX. lion Thlrtytour(34.- beingIn
3. Atteraeys ..* Coaasvlera at Law. ov.r" and they are axj leager obligated ATTEST: President. of the' Council- Township Twenty.elirht, (tl) Soulh! of _ _
KI..I___ JJ.ra... Everybody hates a quitter! -Punished flat with :I. R. GILBERT. Clerk. Range Thirty-one (11) Fast./contain/ -
v to hold them. Although-flchtlai Uncle Sam Is to . .- W B. Hsrr's. (SEAL j- ing according the. United State' _ _
Ceaeral .rarllre I. all Stale sad Valted !going Government Survey four thousand.1
has ceased, the war will not be over I he. has started. 14-ti Approved. by W.,z., BTBEn., slx-.bundrd and fire and thirteen'on-' ______
'Stale ,
1 C..rt. until the paine ofthe City -of Klmlmmea.fTOTICH .. "
peace treaty I. signed sad $) acres. '
--- -1
He finished one Job In
W. B. Crawford Lee Jarreil our soldiers ar. om.. A Liberty Borne! he helped to drive the has been set on foot ,OF ASTER'S..j'BALm., tenement hereditamentrlparlani and alng-ulas th*

Is a certificate of service and the. per. to the ---- I rights and all .appurtenance th.rt-un- _ _
CRAWFORD the Rhine. conserve
&: JARRELL.A'I"I'ORNEYS.AT.LAW son wao sells theca at a saarUee 1s across came Notice' Is' hereby irlvea that under' to belonging or In anywise: '
i Uncle Sam and the Allies ; asking a special en and by virtue of a certain Ins and the rente and issue thereof,
deserting the e.... He Is. refleotlMon three 0.' five-year doe. and entered on. the sixth: decre.m.d.1 and every rlsht tltle-or Interest. Ujr" .l' _ _
hi. Inc another now, at the; A. D. 11111I. by Honorabls or equitable,, of th. defendant..the _ _
Offices 4 own judgment sad patriotismand
5. 6 and CitizensBank
: 7 deer turky and quail.
I In Europe where they propose Call. Judge of the District Court of said Mortgaxor.-of, In and to the .am.i'.
l Building. surrendering gB tnveatmeat that : forerer. game laws were' rigid the United State, In.: and for the It being; the Intention to

KUsimmee Florid. never will fail to pay returns.It < I wars and the open season Southern District of Florida, In Chaneery. ., of the lands known a. the CanoeCreek l ;
We are going to finish In a certain pasturelGcated In'said _ _
tt causeherein pend ,00'
reoofaised that there are times home, by paying the big >> there would be ing wherein Georgia" Farm loan County.. Florida. _ _
DR. W W. CARSON when Investors are compelled to seek in Florida for: years Company a corporation, oth- Any person or corporation Intending
; war cost us. .te.k.nd .. to'bid ..t' '*.1. must deposit with-
Banner. era are Complainant; .
relief from financial distress. .
Often Master certified eh.ek'p..ble.t _ _
th Special '
DENTIST Loan' Cattle .,
The Victory will >> Company a orpor.Uon.eto..
their first Impulse Is t. dispeee of their I. defendant the underslg-ned his 'e".r. upon a bank ortroat _ _
as' Special -
Office over Pilley Building that. The job Is not finished tandlnstjIn
Master, will offer ;
Liberty Bonds.In for the Klsftmmee Val for sale and will ofi'Twenty-Bv"
Office Hour.11 1-* bills are paid.- aell at public outory* to the highestand the um Hundr.
OSU*. 'Phone 111 Residence 'Phone n auc cue. the bank Is the placeto best bidder for cash.' before the ( ::5 ) Dollar before I cre'dite4upon )
We went into this to
Oaa Administered, for Extraction' of go. Banks will lend money on tab- war' Western door o'f the -Oaceola County th amount the bId'so ef deposited the snccestful bidder _ _
Teeth .c"le. which was the only .. Court House In the City of Klsslmi
rrty Bonds. Tb. .borrower Is b.lped Oaceola and to b* returned.tothe ul.ucc..fI11 1
We couldn't rues Count,.- Florida within '
out of hU'difficulty and.does not lose men the legal hours for public sale., on Monday bldd.r! .rMAS-. ADAMS _
LEWIS O'BRYAN possession of his Government'boad. tlons and "ships And food in ADVERTISEMENTS the Cth day' ofMirft A. D.' 11111I T. Special aaterj

J, to-mouth way, .The big scale all the following described. property, ._ .J.: 1- Carer" .D. LaBdls and. '

!I .- ATro'RNEY.ATLAWW.rine _.. T, T .-- KflTRlJCTIOV.! County.situate lying Florida and lo'-wlt being! ; in Osceofa. Telfalr IRn.r",'" Solicitors. ,for'. .Com .

; ( .Lota.On (I,7Two if). Four. (1) and plaln.nta. .' _ _
4 Building": MOHAMMEDANISM THROUGH I Ta ..atr.t.ra. the South half of Hectlon One (1)1; sll NOTICE OF BXRCVTOH' _
; "; of ftectlona !Two (3) an4 Three. ,(1).11 /
.. ; will$ be received (F.. .*)
by that part lying' Ea.t of, the canal .DI.
Pat Johnston O. P. OaYrett Department of Flor. of the South bait of the' Southeast ;l ' Osee'sl. _
KAISER1SM IS E ot said Ia'V Curt .a Julse. _ _
CONQ Department. quarter of Section Eight (8): all of c..t,ef KleHda - '
JOHNSTON ft: GARRETT Florida up to 4 p. rn. Section Nine (11)1 the Northeast qu.r.Ij.t ,lat'r .f LewS. H. ,Cekeea,
l t, lilli for .
< omplet : the Southeast c the '
, I O ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of Road between Kle- . quarter: uWr"OUolh halfof in- It _ _
'which hereby given to/whom
has been Notice
Mohammedanism .The fall of Islam is due to'
Offices' JO, 11 and 12. CltUens Bank! I Campbell. In Osceola section Ten (0); all of Section, muy1eontern.that on lb.'
such "menace to'Christianity espec-ure of the German-made I : two and seven Kleven (11), Twelve (U). Thirteen A. D. lilS. Ilb'd.'otIlepl..m"r. I ,
__ .Building -- ally of recent years, Is breaking In /I. well known fact which' !.I:1' In mi'h; (II), Fourteen <14> and Fifteen. (15). T. M. J Murphy.Judefor' J
Xlaia im.s. Fla. received 'for the com* fnd Sixteen tie; all that part tot Sec- said Court. a* 'Judge of Probate,
'substantiated1 of _
and if -
Christianity can '
pieces; grip again and
entire work or ep- Ion* Seventeen (17). Nineteen (IS) final discharge a* Exacutrlx ,,
the world firmly enough 'and quickly tti. Kaiser called .upon' be considered for. the and Twenty (10) lying; ....t of the canal .. of the my estateof Lewis Cohoon. ,d*.

enough the world: can be conquered ans everywhere to. rise 'up the grade and draln- ; all. of Sections\ Twenty-one; ; UI), ceased; and that at 1. me time. I< _ _
of and for the construe- Twenty-two (It). Twenty.iTwentyfour. .. (IJ), will niy nnal Bxeoutrlx -, _ _
T for all time. :This is the concensus what h called present ant.
I Germany pavingand the right (14), '1'w.nty-flv., ,(II). ,of salofestate, for
opinion, of the leaders' of i the'Methodist warT ,Thi words "holy .." award the work In Twenty-six (11), Twenty-seven (SI). their apprOvaLDnted .

G DllRSOJFIIRMER Episcopal Church, :'SOuth,' who ,!ed tremenduously to the a* may appear mot TwenIY-.lfat'; .(East tS) half and of Twenty-nine the Northeast 11.. "r'-., ,

are making a stupendous effort to tion of the Mohammedan. j mar be ex quarter, .th. Southwest quatterof ; -.- .ebraWUh. E>:.u rhrMOCJ '
put "the missionary work of their rocco to Calcutta he had of nee of the State Road, the Northeast quarter the North. 'J I

church ,on a wider and more permanent ised deliverance from Tallahu.o.or '.. the east quarter of the Northwest quarter, .*.",
-of said Department In and th* West half of 'th. Northwestquarter ,
SELLS basis. They feel that the French rule and *e "fell to" ; '
psychological and apeclfioatlona of Section Thirty-one 1 (III; ',.lv. by1'the
hour' has struck and, it what he could! for friend on application to the all of "eetlon..ThlrtF-t"o (SI). Thlr- Sealed bld.'i' of Kisslmmse,,

may never have so perfect an opportunity But the war failed and with .. at' Tallahas. y-thre (II). Thlrty-fourM14; Thlr- City County . ot, Flord..,:, t
ikdi jc-flve (88) and (II all & _____
: of 16.00. - Thirty-six ); 5ty
Accident and ; again. ure went the enthusiasm of .r,. bid must be accom" In TOWNSHIP TWENTY-EIGHT (M) .t the < ? $Hat "KI..11m.\\I llth, r _ _

For years Mohammedanism has of Islam. 'Also went the) *
Health Plate' CIa., Liability stood as an almost uneurmountabl.barrier' the Mohammedan to Chairman of the State ?1. (i iylnTwest of 100 acre of land. ,
Missionary 10f In 'the following Two. ) FishinSY .r.nd(
between the Foreign .- There are now of/s. t
> the public road, all,of'Lot Three (I) mmerclal' Deck ,
)jand Boiler Insurance: and his influence in.-Africa_ and missionaries iq) training at .accompanying--bid on and Four(4). .U' tbat part of (h* Do..t BaliuandajC. work 'foi''tbiliitPieWetflent / ;" .\ _____

1 the Orient. Opportunity after "opiportanity" Mohammedan. university : ., .$ 000."'. -" r ot of th. Northwestquarter.Iylng of the lak. shor'of Lake 'obo.kall.' : _ _
thwarted becauseof .5 accompanying bid on West the pUbUe. rd, In the City of KI..&mm ;.
has been and later these will be sent ga
:Bonds Executed alone, $1000.00., '. and all that part of the East half of to detail plaaHid< .pela-' ..
Legal icoordlns
the-holdIslam taken in many ea-and the Orient to preach accompanying bid on the Southwest quarter and all that eatlona adopted by the City Councl', '

places;.*. and now that its influence; is gospelbut the, .great onmch draining. structure $alone pert ef 'th- Southeast., >quarterlying and now on ,Ale, la.tik.. C>ty,< . .Of.f 1
West the
Needed. of publl road of SectionSix ,
Same h
Day _.. "
waning religious leaders j say' Christian hammedanism'' has, been ' on'.n (')i'lota Oil. (1),' Two"(I). Three *. z. be Kby
: *f :;- . '. churches and the'Christian'peo.' 'I .ward tfe mad (.) '..nd Pour ('),the East half of,..theNorthwest I Bach propoeal ..e 'aoap.IIe', _ _
i is Christianity's .a'a the the Work said check ; a
: day eh.qu.I.oe
.JS.i I ple must, pull together to see< thatthe successful bidder or bid jquarter.t the East half of or e.rtll.d uyuble'. at"
-' .: 'heathen"of ,the world'cornsunderits man., and ,she will' not be : as a guarantee of en* the Southwest quarter the, West half the order of the Clt, .t Xl.- t
.1.OFflCE:; StJt-BliH4B.ll.log! of' the Southeast quarter, the South slmmee"for otOn. =?*
civilizing influences. ".'" > mi-2_, faith'if-she failed rnar- ;; and furnishingreqnlr- east quarter of the Southeast-quarter. f (l,ti..>>.' Bald .Tun' -\
failure to do so to be
. the west b.U-ot the DI..r. '
r Northeastqu.r-
4' ,, .of.. Florida. $ ,as llqul-: icr. 'the. Southeast Quarter of, tla.Nortb..t presented: the Cly t'.eal.denweioPa.Clerk and markt''t *f(,*11 -
endorsed to
,: :,,. ," '- :.s: ....: I' .. FIRST 'C RINTHE'GA'EN! : ; 7;, 'J .. ''DTCPABTMENT.!: of the Northeast quartan1 quarter' and .all,of the that North.part. e4"Popafo", KUslmmett-" Bulkhead I/I

; F.,Cooke. Commissioner.KOT1CTU east_quarter lying West of th., public ?"cerMn1IIdnclhq ,otu11iins000essf"
a _
!e.: road.' of, Section Seven (mi the West
.v, c / ful- bldder-"wm be relumed on dci.
; ; OF'EDENWAS : _
; A\ -. j- half of the Southwest quarter, the also theeh.qus Of the success- ;
f \ ; : \ I Southeast"quarter' of the Southwestquerter m&d ,
; : \ : given 'that the oa .zecutioirofihecontract', .
Funeral F :Difectbf ; hereby. ; all that part of the W..t half I '
,. t : Commissioners. of '
of the Northw..tqu.rt.r i lying West "THe su000sifiat i bidder.., 'or bidder* '
'. ,.- Bangalore.., India, Jan.. S, :1919. engine.. P'orlyftvo'mInute.. i ..Florida will receive of the-public road,, all that-part Of'the will -required to avex1 bond ,.equalM "

.-.......:.:..-1-. , 'AAI'D"0. ' ". To the ,Ford ,AutO'Co, Detroit,..Mich; wards,' Mr! ford was, a, nw Monday ofa ,'Are May proof.ItH, Northeast quarter West of.of the Southwest I we.nty-flv per e.nt.J (tl 4X of the _ _
.I" few machine and' quarter the'publlo road; amount of his f or' their bid or ,,
Sin : .1 was reading a vun was on bd.
. , ,' At Dear : !! : -_ f--OiceolCounty{ all that'part >lot the Southeast' quarterring such bond to b"satisfactory ..
advertisements" different papers-on of,the ,retreating i Turks 'a : specifications oR"work West of the public road, of See 'City .Council "" '. t 4
EMBALMER the office of Clerk'' of Jon. Eight (1)1 the Welt'. half of theNortheast
LICENSED [ ; auto*, pertaining to \\vnat they have bra Hun. \ '" ,1' '. Th. City Coancl'I..J", the ,"right",
But, about , quarter the Southeastquarterof to reject a.. :
in the nothing
% "" done w.r. *! the, right to-a 1 reject; 'th* Northeast quarter, the I Copies of)"Do plan and specifications
% ., \ : ( our.littleFord.; So I'm'writing ryou .1 :' Northweat'quarter the. South half, .
; ; : ;: b* obtained for the of 1
Store"sjnd Chapel. Stewart; AT. a few facts which are. as follows FOR JBILIOUSNESS.ANDVJNDICESTION> : f L't.,;.'.TOaTOBEr.: an'all 'th.t ,part of "the Northeast I Five may.Dollar ($5. 0y from .lm.' ''J.
o County C m- quarter of the Northeast'quarter. lying MacDhnou5h- ,.Klsslmmee .' .
.\\t. ,
> Klaatranaa*;:Fla.: f In France ,100 .cars ou> ,of10000. ;; T. : 1 r.41. West of the publlo.'road. of, Section Fla., or'may b* examine the' ,

f j' j were 'Fords.*.. -_ .... , ; ( $ 1 Seventeen ,1TJ- all of Section' Nineteen offlcof'tbS< finslner. t i.
., _ _ _ _ _ _ In 'Italy .880 ,cars .out. o1008\, ,'were OTIC&: \> : "' (1 );' the-West. half of the North* F II.: LAWSON.; r.
JIMj.1 5TIiMwNaus.aIesiCa1omel- J east .,.quarter, the Southeast quarter pf o'tithe cityrCo'unelVS' !
: 'J : ; ,
Fords.i i ,. Pe.I" fC
'. lit t 'TAKE: A ; 'hereby 'Riven'' thai ,the the- Northeast quarter, the Northwest. : ,R. Clerk. : J
JvIi TILIFtI cars of.1000 wefeFords. quart.r; the- South' half and aH that GILERT. MacDONOlfoH
;::In Egyt,99O? out -Commissioners of ,'J., , JfurriCM I. 1_ _
part of- the Northeast 4uarteri of theNort..t '
..: 2. ,. 'LV'In ,., Florida will .redo,,. 14-Ct. CUx Enan... i
.. April 11th,. 1111. quarter lying; West of the f
'I Meeo.909 cars tfufc of 1000wereFords. a-m.. .
Real Estate Aflency. publlo road, .of Section 'TwentyoneSIX
P", ,
5' '
: ; > i4>- | of thlreeendipping" .HXICIOR '.
.' ..... ,Purified and Refined from to'bid ([ the AVest .half. of theiNorthwest Ire,,
Under'DrlUch'capturethe: '115t ear and Dan E e I .1 on 'Vat."ln'" group. . quarter. :, the, South half. and all that w t. .
enJof : : "
teroos, | of.the North >.It Of Northeast t'
.V 'Hammock' 'Lewis part the ta Jeisw,, Caeisity .,'
; <
and sold: 'f "
Realty bought : in Bagdad.1 wasFord.'I: \ v Craba-ra Group I- quart.. -IFlnll' Wast.of the ,public 'cr je c.t,. 'u '
Houses rented. -v' : The'first escJto' cross th.j'esianMountaIns : i Yon have heardx>{: Barber,Hammock; ,Apox-- road of Section Twenty-seven' (27)1( I 'O".t.t., .!

was/rr- For$!.; . . :-. der"cblorless Iodine and .'' ;' Group a_Fertla Pen. ill 6f Sections Twenty-nine'' ), Thlr ,, !." r. ."et. Jaasw*" WKetloI ., L. -_ _
andTitle verified \ ty(30) Thirty-one (II) and, Thirty-
: ": A Taxes: paid The first cat in the genuine, Gardenof.EdeIIwas..FOrd. quinine.-now, get *; ' and Pine Island Group, three (33)1) the. ,'West half, of theNorthwest It ...I".n'to&n'who
non-residents. -.1-..1I i ' 'calomelthe n. .. Jenl Bronson and the' .. SOuu..tqu.rter mar, oonc.rnl yof .1
; :: nausea-less) ; ; Orange and Osoeola quarter 'July. A.' D, IMS. I shall apply to the "_
I 1 Fire ., Life.'and Accident lav' Lines T of .'communication i mel that r is' whollr.! ; :- -, / Southwest of'the Northwest 'quarter. the Honorabl T. )Murphy ;Judge; of ..14 ''';'J

.10- \ .,,..f Fords: ,'by ,tbe hundreds cont&1ned'l effect yet retains all of the :: : .(&1101.4' else and to'be .Northeast. quarter q.uarter lying west part .of of Court* as of Probate for my p

1 -ma.ruce.' to the Black Sea..v* .f purifying and lIvM'-clea: ID& -'II..1S. ,weeks front 4 ',date ([he >publlo road; and"all that parrot al of discharge James W..a* Executrix deceased of:the and estate that .'i'.

;'.! > Indemnity Boodal : 'I.have seen:,the F id.\\ tin of the,old-style calomel.'' I .reserves.the $gbttore4 i "' ::-. North-half-Of-' the Southeast quarterand'all at the earn Llr.will present mjc-fla- ?r _ _
I! ,' armontexi forts '"-electric Your,doctor will tell .U "141.. " that parted the Northeaat i al accounts a* Executrix of said .
tanks moving i V you : .tat.
.... : ;; quarter of. the Northwest ly ,
quarter -
.. .......... .... ...... light plantar,' and >they were .... met la the .best: and only ) L.OvIRITREEI', ." Ing- West .ot tb. publlo road.' of Seev'' .f for, their pprevaLlamo.1mos. D.-" ,
k--- :- Boar4 of. CountyCom- 't"U. .
.. , Uoll" Thlrty.ftvi (II): all ln.TOWjJ' Dted' 1t.A" '
way ready for'anything..Manytime.These bUi uDetls",hesdache,> ,'_, ,-. 1T-st. SHIP TWKNTT-KIOHT (II) SOUTH ., C.WIDER' ,,1
statements are 'facts as 'I constipation and now that it 1 Of HANQB THIBTT-ONK).,BA8T. '.. 30' ,letrL '

: bare served in action all through the ant to take everybody is ... State. .f ra. ....1 *All Mf. fractional, aWM.1_.,rf\t. (1). .' t, '.
the the with ... -CU* lt. o-aa Two.(I) and Three (I) : all of' Sectlo.! .HOTIC .DWINrnT. ., _ _
countries naud.I name tabs. new calomel i
: I ..' Is Cbe.esry.- half ,$rs.5 ,
; ,
the of the North J
I o''i. ] East .C
'FRESH TISH Ford the best auto in the .world. The- liver beneflts and none of |, -' west Q".l} the Southwest 'quarter t "
W'Carson _ _
. , Iron-Mnle-With-A-Kick. ? One Calotab on the tongue Grocery Com and the' East half ef Section :Five (I): Is', Court J. . y
- 'rI ,",' ,remain your friend. timer with a swallow. ofwa !' Complainants, I the Northeast quarter *t the Northeast '.- . .

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818331-W. 'B. U.W.: T. B. El,',;,,;'A no 'danger of.. tiOD.J..N I l.. P. Dow and qir. the fractional Northwest quarter of -Notlc I.. hereby vlveo t* all leth-, ,' $" .
'O'YST'ERS British AmerIcan.' Bangalore Jndia. tag -y'" up feeling, ; I w. hi* .wile,..Defendaats. the Fourteen Northweat I'..quart4r.M all .&'of-*> Il'4Itlonal Sectlori It Of may September.. that D UU.en ;I shall apply-- ",I .' .'

,I J P.< -flMs> 'when we recaptured liver thoroughly cleansed, all : ... by * landed headache filed In the above .tated TWKNTT-NIKB >' SOUTH if said wedge of Probate,forany ? J
Kut the) first thing we on was ness.' ,; constipation SHIP (U ,
...' -' .!' .. P. Dow and Caroline OP RANGE THIRTY ($5) BAST., I ,anal discharge aa 'atrl. effV I.1
Ford with nothing' left on It bat digestion moored. Eat; ,,"' ,'
a: .. two of th* defendants .All o( the aforesaid lands contalaln' tbeeetate of Sarah '3. -
MARTIN its ,nadir frame,'.bsxw wbeaks, ned please no teth : are __.reaI4.Dta .'.' Ia the ,. aggregate t..tJ!.... taooed. and that at the .tlsae
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";CAfT.' "':MARION! CARSON HOME' ; NOTICE -..... -.", .. -III......-- ..'. .It'.....--, ... -It..... ... ..:...... .. -ra. ,. Ie _.It.... k -.. .

't''I '!" 'l) :AFTER'RV1CE: ,;ABROAD. r \, +
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tl .. -Captain Marlon Carson\! of the Blst
a, Infantry; who has just returned from Notice is hereby givento
overseas,' reached' home Sunday af.;
: ternoon, and id, being kept busy anyone having'liogs,
'greeting' old friends ''and answering' ,
questions. .at large on HammockGrove' EASTER
Captain Oirson doesn'tcare 'to
'' 1 talk much 'about experience ,dur.lngrth kd on the-! property ""
a ten',months In which he law BorbeiPJjlotbls
of A. C.
0" active service much -ot.the time in "

'the front line trenches, but says hall property i Is, within the
= 'talrhtyfrlad. to be home again. '
When asked If the boys, over there < corporation, limits and
y' Ml wanted to come home, he replied .
"Yes, almost without exception. They any hogs found, on said ., "
feel that their work ls done,, and , t, ',' ..
r the sooner they, are brought!: home property wlll'be.p\"ott1pt- .. '
' -'i the better' they will be pleased. ;

Capt. Carson has been honorably ly impounded and ,turned -
discharged from military;service but
has, not yet decided what 'business Jie rf, X, over to the marshalfor

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1 MR.,, AND' MRS. BURROWS I ......nEV. F. D.' KING.
.' GIVE' BRIDGE PARTY The ;-public is cordially invited to A.'C.BARi313AU.. S'A.I4ELl

g 4k x --t-: ,attend tbe revival meeting at the ._ -- ---, ..- .
Mr. and Mrs. C. F, Burrow* gave a First Baptist church 'beginnlng next.
deli6l'httuI1brida-e' party on Thursday.Sunday SWEET CHOCOLATE '
evenlnf of lat week In honor;: of I I Rey F. D. King of Fort Myers
c Mrs Wayne Ward's birthday anni ,Fla., will do the preaching. Ho is
I' ;' versary, and the wedding anniversary '[ one of the ltJ' sest preachers in CARRIED UNDER FIRE
of Mr, and Mrs. <3. C Livings the South having held. successful!
t, ton. .Three tables of players enjoyed meetings in Baltimore, Washington r 'p
this. diversion' Mrs James All\ ". of ''Richmond Norfolk! Raleigh, AtJ I'> Chocolate Furnlahed 'b y. M. C. A. .
Toronto; Canada and C. W. Ward ta Birmingham New Orleans i. Austin 1 ', v.
wi 1 were (fortunate winners of prizes.At Waco Dal{:u. Little Rock and Arrive Just When It
the ''close'of the games the !'other cities, and in_ very place has U Needed o
guests were refreshed with 'dainty I been notably euccessful. The p ople ..,..--- ining Sat. April! 19
4 salad course and-.the evening was I of this city and county have never With the American Armies in v
concluded! with mu le. ,had the chance to hear a better
The Invited truest were: Mr. and ..preacher. Coma and, bring; your France, Jan.' ..Pralalng the men of
Mrs. Wayne Ward Mr. and Mrs.. G. friends.'-,.' %.l' Company D, 109th i1i"at911! dull Da*" '
'C; Livingston. C. W. Ward Mr. and 0.) FALLS, Pastor.jjn lal.lon. 28th Division? Howard R. Keister. w
a Mrs/'Jas. Allen of Toronto, Canada; i L-l------- -j--- 'Wants to Dress Some Easter and t
,. Mr. and.Mrs.-Kmmett..Brown. Misses trigtnafllir by Tatum a Y. M. C. A. man of punnellon. Up on ,

I', : t.?.' "MIld..edTnrvlllet-Mflrlon-Ire Steed LeRoy Lesley. and rte".AI-Mr.and, res Bros.v Une.of projected-when Everglades thevbought land ,j from 90,000'ac-the they Fla., sent-the tells how-'sweet when<<:bO without Olafe-/ which"food., ..Thisis Your Chance. to_Save_ Mqney on This Occasion. K''

Mrs..: Burrows. he secured for them to an Isolated platoon
I two
state- some years ago.
When the Tatum interests acquired which Was under severe (Ire, -
:r ,tRub-My-Tism is a great pain killer across the Veale river et Flames.It .
: the few remaining Urgetracts
,:' ,,1t'i relieves pain and soreness .canned, of Everglades lend they contracted was during the heavy fighting 1 00 Prs. WomQn's hate Canvas Shoes
bv Rheumatism
NeuralgiaSprains ,
to begin the building of this eastward from Chateau Thierry. that
(tc.--Adv.: )_, railroad within a specific time giving the men of tie 109th Machine Gun Bali ,/ ""t. "-
z : I a bond of $190,000 for the per tallon got ahead of their supplies, and .
formance of their contract. The
the sweet Chocolate which the Y. M.
4'' M. E. MISSIONARY SOCIETY right to build' the railroad was later C. A. managed to get to them, was 'SP ASI THiA1
J. sold to the Miami &: TarrTPa\ Railway_Bpeclallywelcome. N O. : r pair k
The regular! missionary meeting 'of ;Co.. an Orangebur_ S. C.,' corporation ;!, The battalion!: reached the VPSle river ,
'the Methodist, Missionary Society with which William C. Wolfe a '. "
r *r was held at the home of Mrs. J.I well known banker and railroad man on Its advance. There the German : .
BL t' :Beaman 'Wednesday afternoon. and'I[of Orangeburar, in president. line held Men were thrown across ROGRA'FOR.. WEEK OF JUNE 6 .. :' i

notwithstanding the severe storm a I Work is being pushed on thekToadhed the river by various units to keep In .,__ 7s3Q f ors .
BE*q goodly number of" ladles assembled ,,' with a large force of'men and contact with the enerriy. There was fSf: MATINEE St30 : : : : : : : : EVENING to; wQ... .; b
L there and spent very? enjoyable, af*:(the line which is to connect Tampa ; terrific fighting all al3hg the line.. A '
ternoon. ", with Miami and tap the rich Okee- platoon of Company .D was hurried ONDAY"e
t+ lit the :'absence dt'' was detaiped at home on account'of .it is learned. strip! that had been taken .great cost
Illness in the family Mrs. C. H.
Summers president of the society,.'. We are:, oro.ud of the confidence doctors by the American on three soldier sides by It the was Boche surrounded '_ The wife,, unhappl'y;' married The husband a waster. The kind '; iti
,* conducted: t meeting, Whichdevot-., druircrlats and 'the public have whd tried In his i friend-and then the usual triangle. '
Jed\ ..moat.of the time to the tithing' in 666,Chill and Fever Tonic-KAdv) every means power ENID. BENNETT ''.. Ii t
them, shells, machine
to dislodge -
I gas "
and before the
/question. program I In Ir
..ended .everyone present signed the I SUNRISE PRAYER:::: MEETING I' gun fire and snipers. It was a difficult "HER HUSBAND'S- FRIEND"
t tithing; pledge card* I EASTER ;MORNING matter to get food over to them for lew t ',:;t t
: ; A song by Mre. Crlner 'wasenjoy.. I I i men with supplies had to cross the Also the 13th week of that wonder serial- .' <
? .. ell by the meeting and -during the' The Senior Epwcrth League of the river which was, exposed and under. "THE SON OF TARZAN" I er n;: .g t tI
1 ,.eocl.l hour'. Mrs. Beaman and Mrs. M. E. Church wilj hold a sunrise heavy Lre.4ooda. .
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l 'Sarah cream and Cohoon caks.served; delicious( .. ice prayer meeting Easter at Sunday 7 30 o'clock.p.t the I I I -r I TUESDAY fS:1.::1.A f. ".'

church bungalow : Each man has been ..trainedfor -
* STATE ROAD! ,,"DEPARTMENTADVERTISES Leader The young Mrs. people's R. F. lIodn societies-tt. of the, some particular part of the w >rk;< tale of the Blue Grass country with politics romance and action all .

,' I and though ihis--training began only a combined. f r
.FOR. NEW ,BIDS other churches and thepublic gen- io bout three months ago( ; they go at '
invited to attend' this "THE KENTUCKIANS"with
erally are take II. ;
it like veterans and alt-beem to
The state road'(1epartment. has, rejected !meeting., [pride in doing their parts well. Monte Blue and an all-star cast. It'I 'a Paramount Picture. ?
.all'the' dds made :on< the Farmer has trained- two of "
Captain Sennett comedy-t-: "My ..
stretch'of. -
..roab between, here and FIRST METHODIST CHURCH : brick layers others *
them' as .a
: ; cejm
Campbell Station, a section of the 7:30: a. m; Eater service by. Senior : .nt mixers "grade finisher "-and " 7 Tr.Personally'endorsed '

Dixie Highwayj and are advertising' League. Leader, .Mrs' R. F. Hod- grouters. and that portion of the ; __,,; . 'WEDNESDAY) _- ,, $
f In this week's Issue ,of the Gazette nett.' ' which is finished will f I" t 3
; road "
I compare 4 -" "-. by.-the-management' this piclure''come., as one of
.for new bids.! 11:00 ain.., Sunday School., Mr., : J. favorably, with the bestbrick, roads ' : ,*-,- \'
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., Jut what the trouble Is Js. not 1..' Overstreet superintendent: Of the state. > ..zMsFarmer ; the finest .offeredhere, thirseason. "Mr'f'' ; ; .;. -r r
known. :The bond trustees when ask- Preaching"; the all of the MARY-PICKFOR - -- - '1
12:00: a. m.; pas :: is doing surveying
.tf .edto-lin: some light onth..ubJc, tor. Subject, ''Thelahle of the Res- I and engineering himself. -He -In- . . .1!
f* acid they were endeavoring'to" getin I vrrection. expects "to complete the job in about "THROUGH THE BACK DOOR" each ,
touch'' with State..Engineer-Arms;: .to'i '2$0 p. m. Junior ,League Miss six weeks when Kissimm'ee and St.
a 'ascertain, what the.'trouble'''. '.,, Hopson .manager. Cloud will be connected with a fine Its just the type of charming picture that you warn to see her in, the 9 s

""WORK/BEGUN' '. 8:00 p.' m. Easter program by 'brick. and asphalt road all the way. .'sind' that made her famous brimful of heart interest and intensly effective. ) 8 k" c
, ,,/ ON RAILROAD Primary Department of, the Sunday 'I Come 'and enjoy a happy hour with Mary.
Ml AMI '"m vautskA I echooh. 666 quickly relieves Constipation t
in "This Is The Life.
FROM rntAiilIiJllllAJnrA; The Hallroom Boys
,,.' : At Shingle Creek at .4:00 p. tn.eter.ermon ,Biliousness DOSS of Appetite and "J ?
.. 1|fi' ')!.!lama. FlJu, '-April' .14U-JtVls: . getf : by pastor. I Headachesvdue, to Torpid Liver. .adv. t
*rally .\known that work: began ev. ','HOD E'J'T. Pastor, THURSDAY I
f -.ral, day.ago' on the'' road that 'no I"I"P." : BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERS his _
whimsical in rollicking picture. ,
GOOD A star
:doubt will f much' CONVICTS DOING &
the future and 'be _. TOM .
(instrumental Jin agraterpand' ON KISSIMMEE-ST. CLOUD.ROAD -
: wider'development' for : : '1" -On'account of the-lmportant-meet 1 -n- ',-. i A
cc.1" -thin-dty.particularty as a--port:, Art ftpftuntattvebt'7th.Cantt'wltnealed > ling> of"the city council tonight" there --- -- __ __ "MADE IN HEAVEN" .I.i /I
., "'*\'v .;'A"gang' of men has been 'at work a busy seen* last"Tuesday will be no,, meeting' of the board,: of If you want to l laugh-do it with Tom-for he i is the originator of the 4smile.
for this length of,time on the road- morning, ''when h.' acompanied Road trade. '
H.: J Jbedof, the Tamp*.A Miami_railroad; Superintendent ,'L. R. Farmer'out, to \nciI-wfl open \the bids for, .
""'"y a,Dew cross-state ,railway- whlchww: where the road gang is at work., on bulkhead bonds, an also for, the "When Love IS IiDd"-Mack Sennett Comedy.: .'.
,mean much" ,to both terminal cities the Kisslmrnee-St.' Cloud road. '-_*/ .construction work '\The[ matters' of I 7 7H
and be the means of linking Ute west i About twenty-flve men, were at street paving and the 'Phillip Lumber -* ; .
t, and the east coasts together In-closer work both free labor and :'convicts. C5T power contract''will' also come --H FRIDAY ; .- :

.' Jfcusiness: .and. IC'dal'tl..., : :llie convicts.liar:: in the minority*, op consideration., It U hoped"at .; -1 Way ""
L: The 1 .' i i.' mile beyond Curtis field. on the building they are therewith the will be present as can nonsiblv attendf ; S

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,; f - . , -'Jf.:.:-- ; ;.t? I whirlwind action and pep. I It's-Doug through and through. Get .ready for it. E.,I''

si j'10. ?4', .,\.(..,.,/' 1. .. '"", ,y, to" ,1,.,. ,,Y, "';.:":.',. '._, .'.,... ..." \ ,,"'''''": ;i,\;. ., CHRISTIE COMEDY -. -
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'<'Ofe 'want. to be rich. 'To' be-: riclruyou' have do certainthings ' S' : + h''
: = ,' .i:8otJ;: to (t' -{/?*:;, "' ." / ,- 't> ,
} ,One of them is>to bank) your? 'money)i inj ',Bank Actount., YotfV' \."''v'''' y J- II Gut& the Casino 'Habit "," -You're' Always Welcome.

it f j Cannbank,; ;money*:by ;spending Jt.') )If yop hvhs v out money"'you W i'; ' 3i. ,

j ? 'win hVye othin g,.wc h -hile:'ro'. :: J h o. or' .. e .fsjimei'.t ''" "",""" {' 7 '" '/''' ; *''v ,-:'- "." .
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4, : ; ,.....a.cJd'.... ", , .- r ... 1 . :.; I'I'l Meikle presided t.' the .. ;: GIVE
1 J'" ), ... 't1' '"' Epeet, . . } ..t'a'. '.. 't 'o .' l I '(AT THR=LOG HOUSE on, ;:* two pianos ' .. i". ,- ./CERTinCATE'
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nlar; dances. Later-when the"ladies
: . '- Miss ,Grace .
. .f. I .k. : ... ., ,. I fl' ter.home. fTht Log at his House beautiful?in honor win tired'of 'playing',);an- orchestrajTwas ented Winn 7 r,Wi neof V ''ltIallllunee'* 4 JIIo't,ksll. I...' '
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of 'Captain4 K..Meikl jQA ,,and otherfetomed ? Florida State i' '
CoJ1e 'for' 1
: ThroughouttfieTevening' de1Ic j Wom.,,
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; '' 1 1 '" *if-- .L.' ton who weal bost; for the .evening, in the dining to m.. 1.:; j....J:,. Presents 1 JjJcler;, Dlittetor.! r ?
i 1 !; . .- UP KIJSIMM13.I3 :.., , -INSURED';. 't _. .reeefved their gnet oa.the spacioosVaranda't. '' Nearly )Ltt: hundred!) foeslstif sMe sar1I f
,0'1" "'t' $ ... i" ,.' ,' ",t..' 4'. r with :'characteristiccordiality .this lovely daace ,Assisted: 'MIs ; 1 'd
.r "n" Luhwitl : ud : ;. r. ..f 1. ,__ pronouncing \ ) t
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