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 25, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
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I ,. An enterprise which promises much mates on the cost of making! them. That Klssimmee's securities--... r
are which offered $100,971 for
'in large quantities.A Come
LTor'' Kissimmee and thissection, of gUt edge was established beyond a s for immediate, delivery and

'r 1 Florida is now assuming tangible j J I which rotary will plow rear', disc' end and attachment.harrow, all, A mast meeting of the citizc is. of Kiftimmee will, beheld the shadow of doubt Friday,night whelk which further agreed to furnish. the 0 y

) shape In the form of a joint stock at one operation has also been completed in the Graystone Casino next Sunday. afternoon' at the city bulkhead council bonds opened the: bids on blank bonds. r' +
for the amountof The lowest bid came from J.l C.
t the Partridge and will be sold with the tractor -
tcTbe known as
. company Tractor Co.. for the manufacture , when desired, 'tthough \it is not: 4. ,o'clock. at which time a'- live reel' film entitled. "The houses$97,5000 for numbers of 'bond Mayer &; Company of Cincinnati,O.,.?._

t' i of afarm, tractor' For purposes "necessarily a part of the r.u.chlne.I Price of Peace, will be shown.- j- I fers. had submitted flattering ,of which credit evidently estimated thacity's
of convenience the headquarters of I| of below par the offer being
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charter for.which issue about Among1 these companies were: for the sum of $95.655., ___ ._
1 theTompany will be located for the will in Immediately following the picture Capt&in.R.. W. Ward A Price of _
'. but the assembling ten is divided ten Jacksonville; A. T. Only one bid was filed on the construction
at Jacksonville days, $100,000 .into
present
'' Bell &
Meiklcjon. M B. Carson and
the Captain : Lieut. Marion. Company, of Toledo Ohloj; W, of the bulkheadthat'one '
and sales vnfl thousand shares of value of
plant agency par .
-' be in Kissimmee., ten dollars each. Stock is now being farmer all of whom are just ba ; Brothers of '
Birminir-- City who offered to undertake' the
The leading spirits and promotors sold, about two-tDUrds so far having will address the audience of actual ham, Ala. ,
Atlantic
of the enterprise are Chas.F.. Burrows to Kissimmee people. !* telling sees. and, ; National Bank, job. for 23c'per cubic yard, with the ''I
O. B. Webster and Hugh Partridge gone The officers of ,the company named incidents! which came under their tobservatiorTirt the frontline ';Jacksonville, Toledo; Terry. Briggs &; Corn? cement work and lumber in propor.-,
panv Ohio Barnett
' the latter of whom is the inventor ' in the charter to' (hold office till the trenches. Bank Jacksonville;, National! tion. When the estimate was figured -
J ; Sidney SpitzerA: on' this basis the total war about
t an dthe machine ..will be call- first annual meeting are: !
- *d_ Partridge ICractojr.: __T4tse E. L Lesley. president.W. Beginning at 3 o'clock "the l band 1 will render its regular Company Mayer, A;, Company:Montgomery; Cincinnati, Ala.; Ohio J. C.; $140,000"which more than the ,was bonds nearly''WOuld one-third provide: . +
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been \ vice-president.
three have dilligently) Carson
men and'' John r
"' Sunday afternoon concrt inside the Casino building 'Nuveen &; Company. -for that partof the work, and the
work for the past several weeks O. B. Webster secretary rnd treas. As is
iii building a full size working model, urer. where those who wish td hear the music can have latitudewas customary shown with: The bids highest a wide oIl bids the were.bonds all rejected and the, and construction new bids ;'oj..
which have to Chas. F: Burrows was instrumental

they now completed
[ their.entire satisfaction. I in promoting and forming the comfortable seats. .came ..-.'.(..rem John Nuveen-------A-:..nit_be _cw.ledfor_ at an early date.
)' A demonstration of the machine company and will be its general I I
v was given on West Mabbette street 'manager, and Hugh Partridge the The meeting will be held i in te interest of the Victory COURT DECIDES ST. CLOUD I I TERMS FOR VICTORY'BONDS -

pulling a large disc plow and cutting inventor of.the tractor will, be superintendent Loan drive, and is held on Sunday because the moving WOMEN NOT LEGAL VOTERS Total Victory Loan announced ten inches deep last WednesdayI of construction. .' -. Four and a Half Billion Dollar evidenced .
picture film, which oiut the department Y
I was by
morning which was The different parts will be manufactured gotten treasury by four year notes bearing-
number of our citizens all of whom wherever the company can especially to advertise the Victory Loan, was The case'Tthe State of Florida, IlItere.t-.t'13"4%. taifree and 4 K?
I were enthusiastic over the work have them made most advantageous. Ex. Rel., Lucinda Hendrix et. al vs. taxable Payments be made '
done by the tractor, and pronounced,,,lv, and will be shipped to the assembling not available for Kissimmee at any other time. Fred B. Kenney clerk Mandamus follow.: may as i
it a wonderful machine.ofi plant here where the complete was argued before Judge Perkins on 10%.with '
application before
The distinguishing feature of this tractor will be turned out nnd sold. There will be no admission charged and it is hoped Wednesday afternoon the court taking Mar 10th. on or.

+ ,machine is its driving mechanism; in !! It is the intention of the companyto that as many as possible will be present to hear't'fie\ music the caw under advisement and 10% July 15th. '
which Mr. Partridge claims to have make smaller tractor about half rendering his decision on* Thursday 12th :
20-August
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solved a problem on which other Inventors the size of the present model, which! see picture and learn from these gallant soldiers what afteroon. ''o "'2fll% September 8th. +

have been working for years. will be especially adapted to grove transpired during the heat of battle. > The plaintiffs were represented- by 20% October 7th..
. It is a double disc friction drive work. Krlbbs, Akerman &: Steed, and the, 20% November 11th. .""*..*, 'I//11
working on an internal bull gear'' The speed at which the tractor defendant by W. B. Crawford. C. A. CARSON "*'
wheel and external travels when at work I. about three The defendant filed a motion
on one an On nex't to
Wednesday between the hour of 10 Chairman.
bull gear on the other giving it miles ary! hour and Mr. Partridge, and 12 quash,the.alternative writ of m.DeI.'mus. PI ....'
s eight Inches of friction four inches' on stated fllat it would pull three plows clock.a. m.. a regular army tank such as .was used dur ,' and this was Judge "' ' '''' ''' ''''tlu. .-
either side. Cheapness and simplicity the size of the one used Wednesday, ing the war with Germany will exhibited the :'Perkins, who held, Vusubstanc.-that -' ..
are other advantages claimed.,by without appreciably cutting down' on streets .women if allowed .to vote should be BOARD OF TRADE ..
1 its promoters.: There is no 'gear, no the speed. of Kissi mee. I subject to the same qualifications as ., ,
{: transmission and no clutch, in fad''I A special motor has been designedfor -- .men, and In this case as they had not 0 Regalarpseetiag .f the Board *'' '
It is said there is nothing about It to this tractor most parts of which ,paid any poll tax, they were there- 0 of Trade attheCowacllCasaibvr +
q get out of order or give trouble and wilt be interchangeable with the : for ''disqualified. toal.h&, and Secretary Bass .. r .
that it will.plIll more than any other I,Ford I motor, and it is the opinion The case arose"out of the recent L"upf" Bays there will be....*- +. t
tractor-of its- size now made. lof; the promoters that' their tractor EDGAR BRYAN WINS A MASONIC SCHOOL OF I city election held In St. Cloud, where) this* ...." It .la earnestly + ... 1
Drawings of the different parts of I I I will be .*r popular In It. field as the' a number of women were allowed to .hoped their will be afall attmdaac -' ,;,
the machine are now being prepared i i I Ford car has been in its field, and' I vote.by the inspectors, and the decis 0 *. d
and will .1>e submitted to manufae-j,I that once on the market the demand' STATECONTESTMEDALEdgar INSTRUCTION Y send I ion .is probably a very important one .. 4
, turers within a short time for esti will be practically unlimited. I 1-----for th*-statt-at _large._ .....-t..P-- ",
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VICTORyfAN"COMMlfT annual state declamationonUsfc sags (Blossom Lodge No; 80, F, &; A, '
GainsvUle.-retained home 6urrd yf' M--aemaking' preparations to hold iMPRESSSIVE-E/tSTEI/ SERVICE
bringing with him the silver medal. a 8dj''of instruction her on May
Mr. Bryan was' at a slight..disad 5, 6 and T r..t which time Mr. Walter 9 '
vantage by being first on the will here toconduct
-Ti-f PUSHING" THE SALE OF BONDS for' there was, he said, some '' this school.: Mr. Scott is AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH H. ,
confusion in the room, and lost the selected by the Grand Lodge of the
-- gold medal and 'hlghe honor by, one State to do this' .work and the local ,
;I, .;. '. point only. In fact one judge icon- Jodge'ia fortunate: in being able to .. __ I..L.. ...... y_._ ,.' ,- '::u ...
, tested the decision in 'Edgar',> favor secure, his .servicesAt this time. .c." 't i'1.i gas! ....'
The ;-Victory Liberty Loan cam.'showing just who subscribed for the but it was awarded to Key West. There 'will be two sessions held each I Easter .services ..were beautifully Offering.. ']l i ,
1 paign which began on Monday of this fourth loan and the workers will endeavor Kisshnmee came second with the silver day, from 3 to 6 in the afternoon and observed by the First M. E. Sunday Reading by Ruby Drlggers./ .
. It week is well under way with committees to secure loans from these Individuals medal; Jacksonville third taking. the evening session at 8:30. school byian'' entertainment which] Reading by Geneva Roberson. M
: appointed and plans' working and from otihers also. bronze medal, and Cocoa was given An invitation has been extended "to took place at the regular. evening Reading,b Lesley : _
.smoothly. There will be a mass meeting at' the fourth place, receiving ribbon. all visiting masons to attend.. this service.A > Sunday School orchestra-!'Twi.
The quota for is Casino Sunday afternoon following Mr. Bryan's friends are congratulating school I and the members of the lodge large congregation"' attended this light Shadows." . -
9109,50 and the sum designates as the band concert which will be heldin him on so high a mark and esyat Orlando St. Cloud Winter meeting and generous-effering) Reading by Eleanor Ov ntr..t.
.Kissinmee's-portion is $55,06) ..Thillamo.unt the Casino from 8 to 4 o'clock. are prophesying greater honors 'for Park And Haines City have been In- given fbr the Orphanage at'Enter Reading by. Christie Summers.
i is based on the bank depo.itaof Immediately r.fter the concert the future. II vited tobe present at as many sessions prise. Reading by Virginia .Lesley. .
' Manager Woodbeck will show the The large auditorium,of the
, .. ttha county.< I as possible. churchwas Song by church cholr-"Rock of
'The same officers who served in film "The Price of Peace." This is a NOTICE. 'On Wednesday evening May the artistically decorated with ferns, Ages." ,
\ the preceding drives wil have the five reel film designed especially to CITY ORDINANCE prohibits the 7th at 7:30 the refreshment com potted plants and lovely white flowers J. I.-Overstreet. the Sunday school:
hand that is Ex-Sen aid the. ., drive. Mr. Woodbeck could but .more attractive were_the .
4J ,." campaign in -< running, at large of domestic fowlsin mittee will serve si spfreod inthe superintendent asked Mrs. Wagner:
,ator C. A. C.rsoncounty chairman. i secure the picture only'on this date, this city. All parties are notified Fraternity hall banquet room, after eager faces of the children who were to jrive-.a report of ,the visit of the
with Carson Farmer, local chairman so' it will be a part'of: die'Sunday( afternoon that this .Ordinance wilt be' rigidly which actual' candidates wilt be put to participate tn the following. Kings' Daughters to the Orphan)

of Kissimmee. and J. K. Conn, of St. meeting. After will'the picture enforced. W.,.J., STEED through the third degree work of the gram age before the collection'was taken.' ..
IM i Cloud. prominent men her address; the 17-2t. Mayor. order. _" Sunday School Orchestra "Bo.. The closingsong, Rock' of_Ages.
Headquarters OL, the .drive have audience in the interest of the loan. -- .. .. mance." wan-.especially 'beautiful for' the .'
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I! been-establiahed-Ih- the,vacant room There is no admission price to the : Son*"by the eburch'clolrCal. lights..wer.* switched off .. the 'piano 4 ,
v and Miss Cathlera picture. Every one-s-urged. to' be vary------ -- -
la the Pilley building, -- sounded leaving the-red-Hght-which-
Bearden Is' there through the present en. VioryrnUberty d-take CIRCUIT ,::COURT CONVENEDIN -Scripture reading by Bert Well. shone upo nthe large cross ." in the,
4' '-dty'to receive.'' any. reports of :;the part In the Loan Song by. 'Junior8.. S. cl...."There's center of the rostrum on>cither\side' ",
meeting! a Green Hill Far '
Away.
workers: -. of which knelt Virginia Lesley-and
>Mr. Farmer has named a strong DISTRICT In ..U01\TbY.Rev. R. F.. Hod net t EJlzabeth.Plitker In exquisite poses. ,
: 'committee having for its personnel CONVENTION W.C.T.U. THIS CITY TUESDAY Scripture readinsrby W. C.-Bass, .' Mrs."J.}. L. Overstreet, Mrs. J. Z..
L. H. Gedge W.> B., Crawford, C. W. There"wilf be ahistrfctcpnventlon ON Jr.Song 't Roberson. ),{n.C." fl.' Summers.-Mrs.
Ward. M. Aata.- E. ,D..Kata, II.. C. of the W. C. T. U. in St. Cloud on 'by""S.' S. class; "The'' First Ruby Sherouse and Miss Ethel Rob- "
Stanford, John Partln, C. W. Griffin, April 30 and May 1. P ' '" ,x ,Caster'. >awn." erson,who 'arranged .J.- E. Lupfer; J. D. Jeffords, J. Wesley -' Miss Neal. of Jacksonville, will address -- 9ng' 'by' primary .department of and drilled' the children-.-In -their
Brown and J. Z. Roberson. the' convention which will be 'Among the,'out of town attorneys Donegan. Assumpsit damages, ..3,- ? parts, deserve 'great. credit" as well,.
.The officials at Atlanta,have ,fur- :attended by. several. Kissimmee- attending the. circuit court this week. 00.00.Passed.. jLfThe.'. Story f't\.,Resurrection of ,las each individual_ _who- performed
. 'ntshed .the localmen .with cards.'en.'. L. a re i Cary D. 'Landis. of-"' DeLand;I 'W; J.Mallett vs. City'of St. Cloud. ..,. Soul. ,"' ,by -Miss !Lawler. .hispart.so. .. _ well-_. .'. .- ., .... uf
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Judge T. P.' War-low and Leroy Giles,lAssumpsit damages, .$10,000.00.'Con. ; -- :
of'Orlando, Messrs. 'Wilsin &; House tinued for the term on consentof '
: REVIVAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH holder, of Sanford" and C. P. Howell counsel. \ ARMY TANK. WILLiqSSIMMEE BE'IN; ; .t'
I holder, of Sanford C. P. Howell, ors J JI i Denver L. Bass vas Royal Insurance ,. I

DAILY GROWING INTERESTF. I Jacksonville, and Joseph fir Jones, Company. Assumpsit'damages, J ON APRIL
State Attorney, of Orlando. 760000. ImproPerly' on docket. J ::30On" 'c
, Judge James Perkins 'convened circuit Denver' L. Bass vs. Springfield . "
court on Tuesday morning. The 'fireAi Marine 'Wednesday. April 30th, Kis in ,the "
F. of Fort liyers, Insurance', Company. great' world war. .i 0 t
D. King "
grand jury \drawn'and retired to.Assumpsit simmee will be, visited'hy r
damages,, $7,6pO.OO.( Improperly "tank. .They served in.. the drive'' at) St. ,.:
Fla., is now preaching at the First elect its foreman and clerk, and after on'docket.Winona In charge of Sgt. 'II. C. t>Dickinson of Mihiel of September: ;,' -r
18th.
Baptist chnrcjh each-evening at !}:30 .a electing J. K. Hilliard, a. foreman,! Hatter (formerly Winona Mulberry'Fla.' and Corpl. E. J. Elliott which'lastedfor,two' weeks,and 1918.T the\
except; Saturday. There.1a, exceptionally and G.., C. "Livingston...as clerk, began Allen.) vs. C. d. HaiL et al. .Ass l of petro3t Mich; This !"tank" celebrated Argonne Forest drive sin:
.', interest its labors.. surapsit damages 100000. Set-for is'Renault type, the same as used which' 125 of these tanks.'were.used.! .s-
fine being manifested in x The' court.sounded the list of civil. Wednesdaymorning."Cases .- inI'Tance.,, and is sent out by Vase This. drive lasted six,ween'and,there ,' '(1.
* these, meetings and you will be { t" cases on the docket as follows: I on" the'criminal docket leftover treasury' ,debertmentto help advertise were: more' casualties here than .
., greatly helped by them. e", American Agricultural .Chemical from last, term. comprise the the' Loa'iw> It other drive of.-the American,'divls-any* "
'The_public I.| most .cordially invite r 6k3 Company vs. P.. C, Bu orff sump-- folowing: will arrive here at 7:40: a. .m., Wed Ions. Both Sgt. Dickinson and CorpLr
.sit damages, 75000.' Passed Improperly State vs.: Forest. Hart.. Charged .nesday*morning and remain till noon. Elliott fought in almost every1Am"',
;4 ...Come'nct bring loved
ted. your onesand on docket no such case. with_breaking and entering with intent . The demonstration will probably eriean division with the exception of/*" ,,'
,; friends,.especially those that are J i /Coe-Mortlmer Company.... Arthur to commit a misdemeanor. glean 'between 10'and 12 o'clock. the .Second-Army Corps -and', also
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-u ua.edWe' want to help them-as. -i4, ,E. Donegan and Pat Johnston As State vs. Will A.,Drawdy,.and'Den These tasks" are of peculiar>> Interest saw" service with the FIrst' Division; 4
' J ;well,as you. 4-' ,< sumpsit damages $1,000.001 This ver L. Bass., :Charged with procuring because of the part they played on the i Toule. Pieardy and Lnnaville
case was begun before a jury but burning I.njura.inlu"nce con; Fronts .
and in the famous Cantigftey
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i Our aim Is .to make this meeting eventually *
was settled out of 'court. pany.- .
drive
'of-eltyman t.couzity-wide"help and Influence : l' Louisa J. Baisden et al ys Jane H. State va: James Hall and Resume ',The grand jury -concluded its'la; 1918 which ,resulted starting in on the May capture.25t"v:
i A. ,McD>nnit.- Ejectment. Judgment Dfawd bon, on Thursday afternoon havingpresented
gard Burning property
and of the .
you can assist.,by cooperating 'Cantigney and was first Am.eriean -;
# : three Indictments 'as fol
for plaintiff with
intent
.'to defraud insurance ;
victoryIt _
in
every way possible.. A Armour Fertilizer Works vs. Arthur company. lows. / I own < '::
.. will under its
:Thai people havenot bad an oppor; E. Donegan and" Pat Johnston. State vs. James 1sll, Will A. .State of Florida vs.. Denver' L.' operate hill climbing, crossing power. ,
;unity to bear better"preacbing.Following '' Assumphit damages. $1,600.00. ,Con. Drawdy and Denver-L.; Bass. Charged ''Ba... Charged with arson. ditches doing, passing.over trees;ete., A 1
; some"of the tinned for the tern by consent of with,arson. Two cases. .State Florida YS. WiU A;: .Draw i'
.. are subjects counsel ,. State. ys. H. A.' Bishop>>"' Charged dy.- ..Charged1 ,with arson. The tank ammunition be sup,
'which Dr. King will handle from _S. B. Aultman vs City of Kissimmee. with passing'' worthless .checks. State of Florida v*. Will A. Drew plied wits wifgive'.
r tisne-to,time'darinrtthe meting;: 'J'. Damages 10000.00; Set for State vs.. H. A. Bishop. 'Charged 'df and.Denver L. Bass.-Charred witbinning" h son. very realistic .

-*The two moet,"rIo.! ..'bad has ,:a ',r.,'.,P.-DJUNG: 7T next, Peninsular konday"Naval raorninar.Stores .Company with pretense obtaining and a I false money token._ under false ers ' -goods, vte., to'; iBjnrjinsur.. teal warfare, r ... e tt,, -d' a x. '

'Kama of ,history'*' - ?' ... 3. B-'AsJtman. ',A..umpsit'dama-. Smarts.. Walter Tracer. 'Chac.with' ...';. Very few cases have bn disposed Mrs. W. M. Queen and .two small, V s
"When the laner.'JI'Ictit-pau.-' ; "The Tragedy of Traiedies.* ges. 70000. Pa ed.r---; hog stealing. '- of as yet, and it will require at least.a sons !Th.,Courageof' I;Ceftr J." i .; "UInL" Life--Orwr1''*gal *.?"' Armour Fertilizer Works TS.W.. State rate Walter Tracey.: Charged portion. of next week to finish the GlendaWWat Virgin'Jour' her*'''''''
"Lav'i T.rmfaal..".,' " : ' Turner. .- wit fraudulently changing1-tie. docket jurors for, which have, been husband, after an extended visit in t' '

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:two y THE. KISS1MMEE VALLEY GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL. 2$. lilt . ._ .. -*, t.

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laxative-one that is wortlffecom- i'. .
,and pleasant l "' ....': tMVI" .n '"...,,'t dtmeNnMY' etthams.Ive. ,The "o\aanI' of Holland would a1- : (
:. mending to ones friends.. I know that: NEWS AND NOTES .FROM ST. CLOUD.,,. TilE' """WONDER q1'BY \'," ., Th.e *M.w a lthhly,. ., i"" steel 'M. soon I be Without\ foq4 u wllhul '(,
,: 'my .'."'1"I'' '\\''' "eh111' \ vitlhttm her "nwil! Dutch Drops" M she
OUIl IIKni: ''I.A It COHHKSI'ONttKYTV:: ;: ."""tro"tll': .. ". a -
health has been'greatly improved ;since.U'Slng"'lt ; to taeneabts, 'Sisee.i, aI.D MEDAL :H .*rl mOil 'i'
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.. .. O .uUn. They mlor strength
t.eop oOUI' Irouhl.' Rnl1e tilers ''a INNwDon't '' ii
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.-; : . .' Mr. and Mrs George ,Flint, who comes ''to the )Pirei'ieptlst'" church;t Iton't IMA" 'atth AM.sesvotd "" far lh,, nurdy. ,,robust health. of th.IlefsnAlet.
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' letter Csldwell written have been the winter.Jiere St.; .Cloud fof' .. week's r. ""ft.r'M "....h' lrentai.N, "% ,
a to Dr byX spending ; April 28th. t1tVl
.__ --.: ::_ wtth ) hllr'1)AI; 1441..1'I' l'ap'suf. .
1From-;Alice Lombard, 22 Boylilon St., I - '.. .. left. : Tuesday: ,for Providence'', R. I. revival meeting _': lM ""w. T.I<. Ihr.At nr." "' .U' .iy bit not delay"On to your drurYl.t and 111
a' Springfield, Min. J Mr. and Mrs. M C. Cudden and maul .,-oil Are"" entlr.ly\ rte tnW INelsl, on him .upplying you with GOLDNh11rAL I
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':;: : '. Mrs. Guerdrune, who has spent pay, ,. H..rl.m Oil CaosulM- k. .''
1 : ..... ..' . .. some time here And recently bought baby, who have been spending the Thl .....\t hnown ".........*."11I,, bee ""." nltom a. .111''."...), and If you are. not
the McEndree place on Ohio avenue, winter here,left this week. for their,, ono ef the V,mirtn l trntt''* nfn Itol,. Mtl..fl..l with rMiitIa, your druggist willUJiy '11
for home home in Alberta( Canada <" t for \ i. .. rerun. ybur mon.jr.- If- fort ,(t,!
left Tuesday her at Wash '
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tnsNelh.vt.sd.arenle.t, MHUAL' on tlMubo* tend
the nanortLD
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Dr. ..Caldwell'sSyrup ington, 1)I C. Rev. "Gemmill and daughter Lois, poetI mntrtt' rhrlt' ..nih rHilnir. "..pmt .rliofc ... .....*".t no, other In ...I.d flox.1 ,*' ",
left on Tuesday for their hoe at and gala t hr.' -III ..a. 1
: spending Mrs M.the A. past 8tttooley.; two rponihs who( has at been St. Millville Pa. .....\\ .' \........,........,w..w..w w.e.w w..........\ ..... ::,,
N Mrs. J. L. ) left
Kugler
/ on Tuesday
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Petersburg and Orlando, to St.
Pepsin came for her home at New Freedom, Pa.,
Cloud Monday evening and js pleasantly -
after a pleasant winter in our mld"t.I .
located Mrs Kreps Pennsylvania -
1 a'4F at. I Mrr J. K_ Conn is serving on Ute '
F T/ie Perfect Laxative avenue.Mr. ,grand/ jury Kissimmee this week. elA.xh YOUR
,. and l Mrs. I Prank (Jwynn. uml.' (I Mr. and Mrs. Dyal *and) baby boy ,
ka l'' Misses Fannie mid 'ora McKay and i left ,
Wedn..sdayninlf to spend! a OOOlt .
Sold by Druggists Everywhere Clarence (Gwynn, motored over:from II few days on the east coast, and then : BJi5p. t I
Monday afternoon and were .
I Ijikftwiid on north-Mrs. Dyal to visit friendsin i .
) ,the meats until Turtilay of 1\1 r4.! (,',. and Mr. a'' \
50 cts. ( ::S; $1.00 Pennsylvania, Dyal on :; 1;
1 I W. Duujrherty. leaving on Tuesday, i I business, trip 10 New York. RI
: for a trip to.the east coast. I IJrs. Mrs. Kills, who has been a truest in NQL rJZ! b; i

ifiation of simple l !\ Tlioinn-a\ I Uavidnon and son. St. Cloud this winter, .left on :Mondayfor :-
A mild coni)> laxative -
+ pleasant-tastuig f
for New ] '
Franklin left Saturday last Milwaukee, Wis. ,.,
i ''l herbs with pepsin. Brings relief withouLgriping"or ('4stee, N. )L I .Mr. and Mrs. Austin S. Nichols, tl: \ 1:l'' r c;,
Miss Bessie Cox and mother who who have been spending the winterin
other discomfort. A trial bottle can be obtained free of have been; spending! the winter here, I St. Cloud, left !Monday for Bridgeport
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< charge by writing to Dr. \\'. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington left oi,,:,Monday! for their homo- at t Conn.
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Van
Coo Cob, Coftn. Mr. Henry Dusen went 'to
i Street, Monticello, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. 1 II, 11. Kiggan and ]Kissimmee on Wednesday spenda
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family motored to Kissimmee Sunday few days with his friend Mr.
afternoon. Tucker; .
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lr. C. W. Puke pastor of the I !\II'. and Mrs. Peed have move/i/! t';;,' # *l.....-: .JI.:v

I First_ !Baptist i church h at. _ "Tampa! ,..!into?_ the.Cpx| __I House? for:,the summer. 1 .., .

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I, r ORANGE CENTER I I CAMPBELL NOTESV What Mattersif '


l'i"M I :'I1rand Mrs.. Lester Flint, accompanied !I Mrs. W. W. Ivey of Kissimmee.
by Mr. and Mrs. ]Ivon Roberts 1 spent a few days this week with her everybody on earth turns from you-if you have a bank book?' r
\\ \ 1' and; daughter. Verna, and :Mr.,1 t laughter, !Mrs. John Bronson. .
land !Mrs, Warran Frace of KissmimJee I Mr. R. C. Trimble and R. C. Jr..
were the Saturday and Sunday ,, motored ii o 11 guests at the home of Mr and :Mr send the diy with C. W. Trimble.Mr. f
Vt I UJ E. Maddux on Sand Lake. A \eiy I M. T. Goodman who is employed TO YOU ,THROUGH THICK AND THIN uI u
\ delicious Easter dinner was served I I
'and all report an enjoyable time. :, to a very unfortunate accident 11 But people don't generally turn from the man who sarei. f..
4 I I \ ; s I :Mr and Mrs. Steve Bronson aiv Wednesday when he attempted to
rejoicing' over the arrival of u--line i I tighten a bolt while the planer was He has confidence in hinue'f, .independence and integrity 4
i l baby (girl' born April 12th I still running, which resulted in the
: i.iijt :'II r. E. B. :Money made a business'tup loss of two fingers on his right hand. command the respect, which he invariably recedes.
ii to Apopka on Tuesday. I I \lr.\I..lt: Bryant and family mo- 1'.
_j ) I" i % wJ !1 :Mr Will Sihui-k. on lake Ruby I I torpd out to Orange Center Sunday START_ BANK ACCOUNT HERE ,- :
) I 1 Uagjrht a fine trout wjurh) 1 it icas .1I to visit heir daughter and family.
( thought' would tip the scales about i I Mr and :Mrs. Robert Bronson. AT ONCE IT WILL PAY YOU :
twenty pounds but just as .hl' rot it i|I Horn, to :Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lanier .. :.,
to the Boat 'th(" fish Look"the line i:, on :Monday April 14. a daughter.Mrs. .
and escape<\l. J. K. :Singeltary and Fishingseems pood just at piesent I|I mothec: Mrc. Harris motored to STATE BANK OF :err'e
I as several of our fishermen havereported ,I Plant CMtv to a base ball (fame .on
H ._ I \ some good catches the past 'I I Wednesday
week. I !Mr. .J. F Reaves, who lives near ,I
I !Mr. S. Aultman of kissimmee', called (i here, left Saturday morning for
lit the,Stokes; R'rowhile en routeto I Green Springs, where he is going in
his grove on Sand Lake, on Thurs |I the hope of being benefited for rheu- KISSIMMEE i
day. i mutism. _
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Her CANTEEN COMMITTEE TAKE. I and other staples, as well at home RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00 J
prepared cakes, pies, etc., and $156
ACTIVE PART IN .
l : WELCOME I in money, $80/ from Laurel_HilB. ..
HOME TO SOLDIERS blanch, and $31 from Gibson. This '
r DoubleLoan I town has given the.Hamlet Chapter I I Officers and Director

{ No department of the Red Cross $20 weekly for the Canteen ever ince C.. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and.E. LESLEY, V-P.
)is taking a' more active \part 'in. the it was begun, Rockingham another J. D. JEFFORDS, CashierN.
welcome home pf the overseas men adjacent town, ant! Gibson also still V ""*). ..
than is the Canteen. The Canteen' I co-operate with the Hamlet Canteen, R CARSON, M. KATZ,
,f workers are absolutely indefiuinrable': and the combination ineltort in C. A. CARSON, H. FLEMING 9,
in their efforts to five the men the "these places was a fitting climax to
To her country she lent her hoy-that most cordial and practical welcomeLhat the welcomes given at Charleston N.1' C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY, .. d

is ,a It Peace might! be born. and safety. marie certain. it is possible to achieve, ..and .and..COllUn,...."- !. WADE .TUCKER, Directors.
their success is amply shown \by; the The. welcome I home celebration given V.
in .which their efforts have been to the returning Tennessee troopswas ,-
l ,?iTo her CQuntry she lent her money-that Victory :; way enjoyed and appreciated. ;;, brilliantly staged in Nashville, L ji

might be complete and that the work her.on'I': ; y, During the week just ended the .and here too, the Canteen workers .' --=
'commenced'should be well finished.'I' t "';t'* "'" Canteens .in the 'Southern Division,'!materially aided in the general cele. The Gazette wants correspondentIn -
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bration .in which the Red Cross .
'j., X a have had ample opportunity to dis- played
yY play their patriotism, their organization a most prominent part. Every every community in Osceola county A. E. DROUGHT
r Hers was a double loan-but the second brought,back the and their ability and willingnessto Red Cross worker in the city was Send In the news, it will help the

first! serve. The arrival of the 30th called to serve at the Auditorium, paper and will keep your section before -
Division at Charleston S. C., the entraining where dinner was served to thous- the public. . FIRE INSURANCE
\ . To bring them back-.nd mike the peace eecure-bu7: to of the men there and their ands of men, and a feature of the '-.. -
y your absolute limit In the Victory Liberty Loan. arrival t at Camp Jackson all gave ,,splendid parade of the soldiers wasa REPRESENTS
t the Canteen much work to do. The group of Red Cross workers as
met in Charleston spectators, but forming as they stood SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
transports were j
The Homo Insurance Co. of New
j ,.. harbor by a Red Cross boat while ,,a Red Crossof heroic proportions. ;r
v;' Vi...... Llb..p Loan, .__ltt... aeroplanes circled about above and. The men arriving in Nashville were KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEd York the National Fire Inaortnee

dropped laurel wreaths andflowers on ,of the 114th and 115th Regiments Co. of Hartford, The Spa and
,Ma J the incoming transports. At the port and many of them were Tennessee fet all die aews.f 0ceIaConaty.
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7'101I .... .... ..... =:;; ...;; -,:;. :. terminal' the Red Cross workers wer, boys. The freedom of the city of . many other reliable eompaaiea.
...,..<. _. I --CEEI: -"""" -' .. jIOi( J" Jill( -'-=- :: very much-in"evidence to receive the Nashville was given them; commercial ... __ Sj
men as they swarmed down the houses donated large sums for RATE, $%.00. PER TEAR Office .Breaker Realty Co.
gangplanks and' found themselves ,their entertainment, the Red Cross l J I I
; J. E.. Montgomery W. I. Barber again on American M>il. Tha..piers being, the !medium chiefly chosen to I .
M; werfigaily' decorated and the Red administer these amounts, while the iiiuiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiliiiiintiiiini. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii )' .
Cross House situated in one of the Canteen was the agency through
:w ._ Osceola l Hardware Company warehouses, was a brilliant spot of I which the men were' given practical i i ii 9 .5
color,-. with flags of the cheer. =

.- ---- '.- -.--.. allied nations,. bunting of the National Means Family Comfort i
'C-A. CARSON, President N. C. BRYAN Secretary. color and evergreen. J. Rub-My-Tism i is.great pain killer.It i I
The Canteen worker met fne trans, I [ relieves pain and'soreneas causedby g I
ports in group formation'on the piers I Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
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1 ... THE WATERS & 'CARSON GROCERY CO. and to be the a familiar Red Cross symbol, which of had service grown to etc.-(Adv.) I when the boiling: pot of Postum sings. its c '

the men abroad, was the first to welcome CHRISTIAN CHURCH "' g| song of health and satisfaction: on the g

Wholesale And Retail ,Dealer* in them home. But not only in kitchen'stove. .
5 cheers and In colorful decorations did 11:00: -Sunday School. i .
tl the Red Cross give welcome; the men, 1200Sermon. 1 == I

GROCERIES- alt soon as they landed were served 7;15-Yk P. S. C. E. o =
h with every possible. dainty andthe 8:80--Sermon. THE ORIGINALPOSTUM
n hot coffee had a formidable'rival! in Prayer meeting teach Wednesday = 'V V _:= Y
the "soft drinks" so dear to the heartof 8:30. L A. S. each Thurs
at
___n_____ __ a Southern boy. evening '
S When the 30th Division reached day.Junior 1. CEREAL I"
O00040040004040 4440004000440040y Columbia S. C... they found the town C* E. each Sunday at 3:30.
y O 0 4 O alive with color in their honor, andagain p. m. :: I. ::
Young Ladies' Circle meets each I ::
the Red Cross furnished a
O WE SELL -. WE BUY 4 Canteen -
O 0 \ Ok food, sgrflf"drinks( cigarettes second Sunday. I. led the comfort for
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ft < ......- and many other articles. C.. W. B. meets the first Friday way to many a family .1
k 'fl HAY A IIIDES' O But perhaps the town of Hamlet in each month. I of coffee drinkers, for with the coming
? .O O 4 I. s0 N. C.. has one of the'''best Division '
*' "GRAIN S 4 FURS --1 1 O records for efficient service. One ChnBch Board meeti first .Sunday H, of Postum, .away went the headaches. '
.
1 J 0 "p., thousand four hundred men passed afternoon each month. i '
0 '''' ..c.. I .. JI i ay through/ Hamlet en rout! to Colombia You are cordially: Invited to' our nervousness sleeplessness and irritability =
., O 'FERTILIZERS. 0 0 + WOOL .- r : and the Canteen met the needs services. . '- --r''""HBxat so'often follow the the use of coffee. l
O of each one. The town literally was
J: O SHINGLES '* 0 VVO -' O beside itself with yhthuslasm, and the 31-tf....-- ....1L.H. Coleman, Paftor,. .", .. . JI

.0.' O AND I I'' 0 Canteen workers supplied food in {
absolutely formidable quantities. The 666'.has more: imitations than any You can still buy that original Postum '
-1/' OO'
," a ORANGE. BOXES { A : most beautiful pies cakes and candies other Chill and Fever Tonic on the -
4 O ALL J O were served; the workers.spar market, but no one wants Imitations. from your grocer-an invigorating drinkof e'J

S ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE 4i. v : ing neither time, moneynor physical They are dangerous things' in the rare delicious &vor--a beverage that a' 4
: -- strength to make the welcome from medicine line.-Adv.) 5 \ "w
T O CRATES O COUNTRY O Hamlet equal to that given ,anywherein is really-part of the mcaltiot' merely Ii' !

.. O O the Division. Fifteen. women work- FOR KENT-Furatahed flat with -- 4;
O / O ; Something to drink. #
) 'oJ ersstayed up almost all night, some, modern improvement W B. uarra I V
( >, CRATE NAILS O O PRODUCE 4i in fact, all night, in- order to be on Gazette office. 14-ti l ,
) :O O .0 O hand when .the trains really passed, '
and assure the boys of the welcome No Worms la "..UII Child "There's r rV
a ,
444000000000000 t.c,4a400000000040V Reason"
..:t._.. : that awaited them. ,, a
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All chlldiwa tnmbkd withton** have M aa- '
.. Laurinburg town of not more healthy color whlca ladkataa peer. blood sad a*a ... .-.-- 1i 1- (
role,th.. la .... _lOCh dl.arbnoaGROVE'S V '. t tir
We sell Field and Garden Seed of all kind than 3,000 people 18 miles from r mora or i >

}' ' We give(special attention to fitting out hunting and camping parties.Free'deliiveryanycity ,Hamlet, Joined the Hamlet; workers, fcvtwoor TASTELESS three ....u'WIll ebUl crick TONIC thtra the Hood regularly, ..- i Two .
v ''a? *J '-' limit ;Phon No. 12.'. ; :ht-ving canvassed their own town for )1r' Ntbe dUMtloo.sad ecC..o-.I Straatflh- sizes, usually sold at 15c and I is
fcod which they produced in most ....Toalato the ....... rtahw.w1Utkea 25c.J
Wee' .are";:county agent br'good" /ertilizer -As>k< u* for circular &.Adprices lavish quantities; all kinds cf food, threw off or dlnwl,wmaa,and the Chad wOI ba ;

I 'IJ.- . bon' fertilizer; w r ..dM..Ylarl..Rri./Y. ., +j.-at j
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:' THE SSmMEE.. VALLEY' GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 25, 1919 THjRH, J;:
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KING'S'D DAUGHTERS GIVf'ORPHANS ,e, .

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More' than two years agothe : .,J
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7 Kind's Daughter's class of thai First .
M. K. Sunday school was led by ,"

I their teacher. Mrs., D. G. Wagner-to %i!' i f :
{interest themselves in the Methodist
1 Orphanage at Enterprise, and since I.
that time the cl..aha. steadily- .' "

PIvA I creased it*' efforts ,4n-i- >ehalf, ..of-.this .- '
) worthy institution.
'The class 1s'composed" of "
.. some :
twenty-five active ", members '? having : ;

I In.Its.,'personnel. both maids "and'matrona. \

% ,1 l 1 r 1t' has become a custom to remember 'rrt' ''vita

.., theorphans on certain days of ::;

1 the year, and the Saturday before t
t ,Easter is one of these days; Last a.. 4
t '4
Saturday a motorcade ol five cars a. .L S. tI 1tiff'
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v viaited Enterprise to give the little ,
J ; ones, at the Orphanage an Easter I
celebration.

I 1tf\ ?:,:: 'f| Forty children whom the hand of
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j death had robbed of father or motheror
both, are inmates of this home, I j.'j' .
and it was a, sight to touch every
r iS4tii. heart to ,see these bright faced children J

/ i I as they gathered ,in the hall of
their home in answer to the sounding ,
I of the belt. The little tots'below the

'age of six years were given Easter ;
j presents of bunny houses, etc., the i .
1 !girls were presented with hair ribbons : > ,
in gay colors and the boys each :'j'J

,. ''received neckties. There were'a nuirf- ._uI.. ,__
,ber of handkerchiefs among the presents " .- .
I and these Mrs. Brooks, the su- -
Iperintendent, suggested be reserved {
:.......' 'for birthday anniversaris. "Nov 1cue have some ofEACH' -
1 I- The villi tin I'r King's Daughters had .
divided their forces and while the I.

,, presents were being distributed oth- !
,sere were preparing gallons of fruit rk"Our
punch( in the spacious kitchen and

',opening boxe of wafers, and a third .
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J group were Hiding twelve dozen gay'ly fl
Miiit '; colored eggs about the lawn. : record is. clear, .oiir chain of ,patriotism 1 1is ;

It I| When the children had enjoyed is invested in the safest ,
unbroken ,our
Have Been- !their refreshment they were' instructed : money ...
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to find the eggs, and they security on earth. ii.
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{needed no second invitati&n. Forty
: I pairs of little feet flew over the "Each Loan baa been well worth while, but there Is no sense ol {f

I green grass hither and yon till the having done oijr whole duty without all of them .
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Ii pretty eggs were c.11 located. I #
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I The visitors had brought dozens of Finish the work today" y b
I candy eggs and Easter goodies, 1 but
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"Belgium is the thought that leaped to your mind these were left with Mrs. Brooks for Buy to your limit of cash and resources. <
distribution at her discretion. I

when you saw the ruins of this1 house- the abject poverty I I While the Kine-'s Daughter's are
|plaining for the\: pleasure of the lit- Viotow Lib.**** Loss ComMtltl**

: and the untold suffering of this family. I tle ones at the Orphanage they are -" I
'not unmindful of their comfort, and 3
I (took with them a substantial check nit hen .
for the institution. : cII.1: ; e.ebia.rd /7 ; ;j
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But. it might have been your home'::your child-you! I I Mrs. Walter Coble o( Orlando, :nee r*

I (Miss Mildred Lee, while visiting in 3
Arcadia recently told her friends Osceola Hardware Company
of"gratitude" to'the -ttsrjE( of the need of funds at the
I'If only out men _who.. protected you, Orphanage, and they responded with Mach Br s. Garage
|I a check for $60 and a promise to
buy to limit l in .the Victory Liberty Loan. ,
your {furnish the linen, silver and china -- ,
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for one table.; The King's Daughters :
started the ball rolling this 'year by
I presenting Mrs. Brooks with com- ,
plete furnishings for one table, buyIng -
" I . Victory Liberty Loan Committee the dishes and silver from an Don.Let w
open pattern. They are challenging
I ''other Methodist organizations in
Florida to follow their example, and
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I - w a. : the_ Arcadia ladies have pledged this
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cotydbutfd.t& -
: contribution. Rust Eat
I I A 'generous Kissimmee lady added
Sanderson a check for- $10 and the King's
W. E.
_, Osceola. Motor: Company 'Daughter's class was able to present
Mrs. Brooks with $75, with instruc-
1' Story Store F. H. Lawson tions to apply Itv. where -it- is most ,
needed. UpYouvCar.Pamtlf
: | ; On the ,return trip the motorcade ..
"stopped at Robinson 'Springs for a
picnic"'supper. before returning home. i
I In the party were: Mrs:/ D. G. It's an job-rrequires no experience* '
easy
II I Wagner, Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, Mrs. '
I J. D. Woodbeck Mr. J. J. McCranie, only a few hours' work, and ,'your car. will

'. .! Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Wells; Mrs. L.'H. .look like new again.'
Ingram, Mrs. C, E. Hilton, Mrs. Lane ., -

I IPaulk Mrs. Wood Tyner, Mrs. Swain Repainting prevents rust, adds at;'least an extra ':
Misses Lola Lawler, Cecelia Over-
I I 1 street, Louise and Maude Thomason, year of service your car,and increases its sell: f"t' '
i
..Lilian Steinef, Anne Whitner, Ruth ing value. You will obtain the best results and /.

[dark., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coble, lasting satisfaction with a
,their niece, June Parker of Arcadia,
,Lehlia McCranie Irene, Ingram. ,:" .
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t j Mattie Belle and Marvin Tyner and r e ee,

A. W.. Gustus.. '

I JUSTICE WHITFIELD*UPHOLDS Auto'pajnt Quififr, a'

JOUR .. .'
jjUARTJVHlSKiaLLAW. co' .
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Complete: $4.00 .
t'.d' Tallahassee, April 21. Justice .... -'.'
Whitfield, in an opinion rendered Contains everything needed for painting a Ford '
Florida's four.
quart Saturday whiskey, upholds law in every phase, or similar size car'including top.. ;Follow simple: : .

the decision being made in the case directions given on each can.
of Antonio Morasso the sheriff ofEscambla '
county. ,-vs.- ,Every item in the Pee. Gee Painting'Outfitis: ; guaranteed.., .

. rrw The law makes it unlawful 'for any Art, ; for fit Oft A.iftoFlnih, ,. Cotfrtnr '.
person to have in his possesion custody .
or control! .In this state any alcoholic OSCEOLA HARDWARE CO.,

or intoxicating* beverages, except Distributors for Pee Gee Paint Products x
that any person over 21 years .
of age' may possess, In such person'sbona KUslmraee... ,... Fls.
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fide home, for personal use,of .
rtr himself or herself and family not exceeding .

T6o Day the German four-quarts of distilled-alco- '.' ,.r at ,
r hol or' indicating beveraies" and 20 ,
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Fleet ,u1Tend_ red- holic-liquors qusrtsTpfmalt: or beverages-or fermented -alco m 0 uno 0 0 o ..oo......ooo o 0 tOot....,..... ...uoo..ot ', i


F j y .' Justice Judges Whitfleld's'Ellis- and West opinion.concur Chief'In ::1:>>.' G1-. 'AC1lT. ....:.: . '< R" ::\ .: \ J

DAY those> great gray ships Justice Browne and Judge Taylor

'TI'of dissenting1... Real Estate and Insurance
; -.. 1 war came sneaking out 't __ 1 [ AgencyWe ;

from the, Kiel Canal marked, i"" i LOCAL BILLS PASSED ,

Jf end Germany's naval power. ,AND SIGNED BY. GOVERNOR a'well selected list of properties'for sale, among which'

1I --- -. .are' some very attractive' Farms Ranches, Orange Groves, business
I Tallahassee, April "21.-The governor buildings and dwellings all in Osceola County, and eaci proposition .
,?f," Thanks to the Allied Navy,thanks signed,,today south the following bills i listed at its 'minimum value; some include all necessary farm equip: !i'I "-
Florida
!+ to_ our Boys of the Sea, thanks to the i -of Allowing'interest to Osceola to issue-: time i ment.: We also can offer exceptional'bargains in Kissimmee St. '

L Ships and to the Liberty Bonds that warrants far dipping vats. '- Cloud properties now'owned by non-residents who,are willing sell; ; ;>

Allowing Osceola county solicitor at .sacridov-lhus offering* : opportunity to,Invest a little" ; >, ,<

fl'; put them there the seas are sa/et to Changing employ detectives.the terms. of-- Osceola' sorplns capital, and benefit ,by the. increase in values, which is sure I i'i'to ;;
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L \ court.Allowing Coma CAr or write us. \, .l'' 1 !,i '
; 'Do fuU'sbare in .the Victory county '
your : Osceola to make -
appropriations : ""
,f d Liberty Loan-in. "payment fqr the '. for a county fair.. E.' A. Strout Farm Agency;'Inc7'. =
bulkhead
Kissimmee'
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:- ,...: Victory that might have cost every, s ,,. bonds.Validating ..D. G. WAGNERJVlaiiager_ ,i '>u.

\' if had not at it wholeheartedly Validating Fort Myers bonds. = Florida
/ thing we gone : to make Kissimmee ;

and in the nick of time. r rt / Allowing Lee for.county lair Allowing appropriations . " , _ " & &AAA.&AAAA.O'OO"O".OO'OO.OO" ._. .___
I thev camethe a O' '4........ .. .._ ._ww_
Pinellas to sell the old county seat, .
.... erfnan ."
: y *" wj *X-.M* site in Cfearwater.
Loan CommitteeTM humiliation in the next Equal Suffrage ..
Victory LBwrty {Neatest at once and to be used ,,
I the world has ever Known- WOMAN SUFFRAGE, BILL city primary.Orlando is now the the ceremony of signingassrLtienwitneid.. office it ...
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'f amending :the power of the Orlando suffrage.- ..... .. .lIB..._'
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FOUR THE K1SS.ti1eeE. : VALLEY; GAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL"25.; 1919

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MISS' LILLIAN ARMY 'TANK WILL powerfuVan'tl-\ half tseh, balance terms to" suit. B.H.Ouy .
HARRIS IS EXHIBIT I. Rub-MyTism ii &
Kenan.vlll", F1- 15.ti.-1 1PAHMKH8 -
KISSIMMEE-VALteAZETTE(j DOUGHBOYS' INVADE' septic; it kills the ppison caused
> IN
.' PLEASANTLY SURPRISED. KISSlMiyiEE APRIL 30TH
"' . from infected cuts, cures 'old soresr -Send toda> for a free'aim"T

_ .....11.... Every Fri..-..'.- r. Miss Lillian. Harris was the recip- --r April '23, '1919. 'HISTORIC.RESORTSHaunts Letter, etc.-(Adv.) Stockman>le ropy of publlihed the Florida-at Jacksonville Farmer and ''I

. taaerle !!o lent of surprise last Klsilmmee Valley Gatette, City Tells about livestock raisins, dairy.
By KII. r V llr :t".lu. ( avery happy citrus fruit and truclc'tng -
KII.__ FI.rl. Saturday evening when about forty Gentlemen., The Zone Chairman ....0.- Classified Advertisements 'lag, twice poultry month at iOo per y...r-
of'Kieslmmee's' young people gather ;'announces that -"tank" such ai was '
W H,Harris;; Prealaert.else ed at 'the' home of tier parents! Mr. 'wse ,. .,, and 6.n..ral' farming paper due the N
- -u. Tlra.Aarewti_geeretrryi in will be exhibited Kissimmee to A.E..FTroops Through Effort '
M- ami--Mrs,;iW..BU--H8nrJ .. Cape. on .tat.. WrIt. today.
i .......... .. ?-:-<:N.. si Breeze to make merry f in-- honor of 'April 30th, in the morning, probably *-of-Y.; l\L-'C. A. Forces,to W,4NTE---To Price buy good' second hand.. ILOItT..A
orirn. nu.t tie. rea.onable.Address "roundblack.onyx..pin, ornl. 1
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I h ri>irthdajtr- - 'from-t0-to-12o'elo.kr Better "Lwrf-FadHtieau, ,"Orran"< care of QasetliuFOUND with of .", can*"
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-...._ ... .. ,R..t merited bunch
rime.
J"tsnk" pine
1 let into the The is a Renault d
Mrs.; Harris had been as tred -with" pearls. The ha a
One Copy, One T.ar._..._..?.*.II.CO used in'France. 'It will be in -A- wktbook., Ownr 'may hand around It. 'It !. a family ,
TDM Copy, 8I,.' Month-..___,_._._.1.00 !secret and was prepared for the charge'of 'Parte.-Wben Napoleon; III and have same by proving" propertyindfiaylnic void ..k*" and a\ liberal reward will
1.t One Copy, Tbr Month_.--._ .i0i !'coming of tbe self-invited guests,but Sergeant H.,. C. Dickinson of.'MuUberry King Edward VII of England spentmany for this dvertltement.( OnIIt .k..p-b. given" for In return to. Mr. n
Miss Lillian, who had ..been invitedout Florida, and Corporal 'E-. J. OH..MI. Ojnce. *_,,__ '1 -1VRALE XUajrd-'Harp, ---Jtf4t.
leisure hours the Amerti .
i All communication except from our ] of both of
Cm- Elliott Detroit Michigan
authorised oorr...pon4."l must l>. to upper with Miss Gladys have ; Hated men sri now at play. The'fam :'OR !-JerseyCow for sale. MONEY TO LOAN-On real .ntiit.;
whom nineteen
.Irncd by th. wrttr., .. fin, had not the slightest InklIng that seen months. active Henry BJaarda._17-tf, W. Fox. Atty;,
Rejected matter will not b* returnedmils anything out of the ordinary was to .. service overseas. cue yacht club at Cannes.founded; Ki..lmmre.FGeorge. *' '11-m-pd.,
.called! for .happen' till she arrived home about The proposition is to .)cave 'the"tank" patronised by King Edward, and 8t Port; RALE'-Tn0" ""fln. Ancoim cocker. .
.
ate)
12 each Apply Mr> J] K MilHard. SALE-Second-hand Ford car
: '. . Entered In the Po.t tllce.t Klmlm 9 o'clock and found the guests-. make demonstration at all Sauveur! where the third Napoleon jwas.wont -H.pd.. FOR" attractive price.. psccola. Motor
nee, Florida. a. econd-claa matter.) scmbleti'and the stage all set; for an points scheduled. It -will operate 'under to go'Srlth his court, Indlcaie/lhe Co., 807 Broadway '

evening of jolly pleasure. its own power doing climbing variety of attraction. offered by ttya T. \V also ANTEDO"hou..hold I .. furniture
Home ehlck -n F. A. Strotin, tolL
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ty. To add to the surprise and pleasure ('roBalnditches/ passing/ Over trees, M. C. A. In the leave ayea-aystem operated It. F. D. No.2. KI.Hlmm .f.: Fla. 16tf8.ALE Tiller.:I.IN08 for rent. Apply .J
I 'of the unwitting! honoree she etc., and is supposed to be suppliedwith In co-operation-with the military I ",

I va presented with a number of tokens ': ammunition so as to give some aatlm 'nie.'From-the Alps to the Pyrennes sOR" cleared and-Eighty under fence ncrvi:: t IX acre acres In I Ib..arlnlr fur; RENT: 8-room hou.e"furnlBhedf.

commemorative of tfhe' occasion, very warfare realistic exhibitions' of actual and from th" Brittany coast tothe orange 'grove: 12,000 worth 10-room house: unfurnished furnished. ; hou dwi.>e-t- . ','
them handsome sil-VQt" : vanity : T of cypress timber: on tract: four. keeping rooms ''
a .
"among 'The Zone Chairman has found it Riviera, there are seven "Y" room houKnd kltchtn. Aluo 61'h.H III'''''' Mr. E. E'ell. : U'I': .
case with her Initials'enITaven/ In which soldiers l vf cattle and bunch of -- .1 :
exhibit areas 60,000 can a gpod :::
impossible to this "tank" atSt. .
thereon, whlrh. was the collective"gift atone Preparationsare ranir hoir lone on tbe. range FOR SALE-On.. Emerson Typewriter.
entertained time.
r of her aaembled friends.* Cloud because of the many requirements Farming tool and Implements Ixi- I "model three, visible, a* rood a. new "
\ in other parts of.the ter now under way to Increase <-..t<-<1 near Krnanivllle. Price K.BOO. 1 Apply Valley O.a..U. if. .
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.Proms..nd.otherl:8me/ MO dear "
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iO ylf t' the heart. of- the young pet/oh ritory. much-appreciated facilities to doubl.'their , .. "
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Yours truly, present capacitt.RepreseataHvedsot -
till late hour and ,
indulged a .
were
gsTAt PRESSPy I light refreshments! were (served by C. A. CARSON, the army and -. ., ,
'' (;: County Chairman. the M. C. A_. are now traveling
: I I Mrs, Harris, assisted by some of the I y. .
Ij i young ladies.Misses.Martha. one end of France to the other seeking

| Belle .Harris., Anna MANY FLYERS VISITED I, new spots In which to set up If> ,"
j Wilson and Donna Harbaugh/ fame K1SSIMMEE LAST WEEK arras. Tbe experiment-at'Als-les-
APRIL 25 1919 I
; I \ FRIDAY, ,, ['Up from Winter Haven to be present 1 : has- been successful from tbe' start.as

h i and participate in the festive occasion Kissimmee certainly had the ap- i America now knows pretty, ..
; Italy seems to !have "spilled the staying/ over till Sunday even- pearance of being/ flyers' town last I from Orst-hand Information I

l>eans." m. week 4>r air ships; ever welcomevisitors home by Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. i .
1 I !(I seemed to be arriving at I who organized the woman's : _
Next Thursday half holidays will WHAT YOU WILL SEE IN "just I !!! any old time.. I I work at Aix."Aches I II

be "THE PRICE OF PEACE" 01) Thursday Lieutenant Bevina Ideal .
ripe. i sod Pains" was an I
I came up from Arcadia to report for.duty I II
for the experiment but six others '
Motion pictures taken in the thick to Congressman Sears to assist] I I .
tie bitter dose when ( -
It will a iert been found and put In operation -
in the Loan drive
of action on the American front from launching Victory ] '
rmany swallows those peace terjns. 1 Soissons to'' Chateaux-Thierry have and take f", part in celebration to] equally satisfactory as tbe ,I CHILDREN'S SHOES Jj
1 been released for exhibition before welcome: Wife returned soldiers, and :, model.\ Consequently. It Is with optimism .
; Isn't long/ to the school l commencement the public for the first time in "The they remained with friends here for ]j: that the army and the "Y" I'
e and the long/ summer vacation..' Price of Peace" the Treasury De- the week-end. j I to Increase' the! centres where We have them in all styles'and prices. Bring. the kiddiesin

4 partment's Victory Liberty Loan'1 That same day four planes stopped l cures have been found for ( and let us fit them.

The papers are giving accounts oft ; film, which will be shown at the Ca- here on their way to Ocala, then oq doughboys. I

0 band concerts which close for the sino Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. to Lake City and Jacksonville. They I Location, climate, hotel accommodations For the Grown Ups Our Lineis
these of real were to take pictures of that city .
Among stirring/ scenes opportunities for (>
season, but Kissimmee has a hand-' those the Americana for official records. --1. j
'I war are showing rand flfibt-BPplng and the moral .. Also Complete:
and fine one,'too, the year round. I as they went over the top and On Saturday four more planes I i
of the
lout in the wheatfields in the light of were en route for Daytona on official I |physical) l cloanllni'HS selection area Ladies' Hiffh Grade Dress Shoes hdh _-. . .from $J.IO( to $ 9.00. ," ,

Loan is thanksgiving the sky, red with the angry fires of business, and two more went throughon unimportant In the of I :Men's High Grade Dress Shoes _ _, from $5.00 to $10.00 ,
t The Victory a h - -
Kite I.
that day for a week-end visit at I leave renorl. As noon an a I 'r'I
'.t 1 / loan, and in the measure you are war.I In the Argonne sector.our artilleryis I Daytona. fleeted the Urgent available IB obI Men's Work Shoes u' d from 1.00 to $ 6.50 .

grateful for the close of the war and shown in violent action, in one of Most of these birds! fluttered downto I l,,ln.>cl by the Y. M. C. A. an Its.

; the return of the soldiers, should :you the list great gun duels of the war. the Kissimmee landing/ place on II; center of operations! men and FRED S. GILBERT t'!'
/ it. An American battery on a rid ;! their way home Sunday, and per- I ore anNlgned to service and negotiations ; \ .
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if t'' support I caught in a hail of German shells is formed a few acrobatics for the diversion are begun 1o secure ' I ;

+ shown seeking a new and safer posi- of the people who. motore'l prices from such j"rftertalnmeht ', 1
The bids the bulkhead bonds established ..to, the grounds.IPRESBYTERIAN. -
on
eluding the '
Ition cannot
\ /: enemy guns. I terprises. aR be duplicated
l the fact that Kissimmeeccurities | From the St. Mihiel! sector are pic-: I I C. and every '
the Y. M. A. effort I
i are "gilt edge" About Itureeof t l U. infantry- advancing CHURCH NOTES' made td give as.much service! as posBible. : : !
over a field swept by shrapnel. Bursting I.
t twenty well-krtown i binding companies shells dot the field while cloudsof The Communion will be held at The army provides transportation AS OUR BUSINESS It

i offered attractive. premiums for gas swirl over the scene.A this church next Sunday morning. It and pays the hotel bills, ibPrf>b

? the issue. V. I battle in the air. with German is greatly desired by the pastor that enabling the soldier to enjoy all

,._i mad flyers attacking our observation balloons all members be present if possible, attractions formerly restricted Last Saturday Was Such kSUCCESS
tip Now that the war is over the, attempt and American flyers in turn and general/ invitation is cordially kings and emperors and a e

to reach the north attacking/ the Germans, is pictured in extended to the public. of great wealth.
pole
f"u) may a of scenes. A German Elder A S. Nelson who is in Mis The Jetty Casino at Nice and I
l>e revived. One Arctic explorer pane is shown shot down and souri is missed very much from all Municipal Casino. at Cannes are th'centres
considers submarines a "perfectly"practical leaf from the the services of the church.An .
falling like a twirling/ '' of attraction In the RlYI
,- way to 'reach that spot;,,sky. A'terrific barrage/ is raised earnest meeting of the ladies' I
for'the 8,500 men who can be accommodated
about the balloons to protect them Aid Society was Iheld! Wednesday afternoon -
then nextwould the dirigble
.. come with a wall of bursting shell. with Mrs. 'J. W. Miller, on In this area. Many I We have concluded to the this
"r then-the airplane.The I') This picture was /gotten out by the Main street. .- I favor'this Vedlterranaan"Uon run same

treasury department especially to advertise i The prayer meeting/ Wednesday here Is a "Y" Mtib for'them. Everything I

preliminary contest- la being the Victory Loan drive, and night was a tenderly spiritual one except the gambling that of'I I SATURDAY .
held today at the high school to decide will be shown here on Sunday because and seemed to be enjoyed by all who stopped by. the government at tile '

whom shall "be chosen to take it was not available for this citv at were present. ginning 'of tbe. war Is at the dlapo.. ""
'' '. 'any other'time.,. No admission will be i Elder Wm. J. Westervelt will attend of tbe Americans. Golf and tennis r.
in the declamation contest at
part 'charged .and the. public isinvited ''to- the General Assembly which other athletic sports, bathing Pillsbury Floor, 24 The ____ 1.70 No. 2 can Corn,-fine.______ .15
the |close of the''schoolThis, is an
/\ come out and..see it. meets at .St.- Louis, May -15th, as Self-Rising > '.
annual event which I.'of .inestimable Commissioner from the Presbytery'of and the companionship of the Flour, 24 tbt .. 1.70 No. 2/ can Apricots.__ .25

I }value ';to
p Y ; llt. I.I.ASST" CITY ATTY. OF ATLANTA 'justly deserves.! .1.i I I tractions LOOM Flour, Ib ___-__'____ .71Nd.. ,3 ,can Bumpkin___'_. ,13

The Moore Haven people 'are asking Tht'' resignation of Attorney; Samuel 'DOROTHY' DAUGHTER OF MiL EASTER PARTY. GraBuIaled'-Sncar, Ib ___a_ .11 Green Mountain Potatoes, '?

:, b the legislature to form a new torney D. Hewlett was presented as assistant to the city city at- 1. AND MRS. HANSEL. DEAD her Hazel friends Baas with entertained an Easter a few 10 tt>>, Meal. Hudnutsr_' __ .so peck ________________ .50 r

p county which they wish to designateas 'council Monday afternoon. At the Dorothy, the sixteen months' old Friday afternoon. The guests tfljoyed 10 'It>>. Grits Hndnuts_____ .50 No. 2 'can String Beaos_.__, .10
"Muck," and they sent a strong same time City Attorney James L. '
> daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. a taffy pull, peanut shower
.2 Ibs. Navy Beans-- .25 Flakes Post
; "' delegation headed by their lady mayor Mayson presented the name of At- Hansel, died last Thursday after a egg/ hunt and gatnes. Punch I Corp'. Toadies

r' ' to Tallahassee, to give force to torney to Jesse Mr. Hewlett.M. Wood, as the successor {short illness. wafers were served. The 2 lbs Lima Beans_______,_ .25 BsJIard's Brand; Shred-
The friends and relatives 'said the were:
their request. It is said the representatives Attorney Jesse M. Wood is one 'of last rites over the little body on Friday Carrol Makinson Dorothy Bullock i Fancy White Head Rice, ed Wheat, 2 pkjs.-:: ....__ .25 f a
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ly of .the counties which must the younger members of the Atlanta morning-fhelr home in North Cathleen Brown Dorothy and Rosella

: li r five up .territory are fighting the< .Bar association. As a member of'Kissimmee. / Rev. O. B. Falls con- Cooper Vivian Floyd, 5 lb s. --------1------ 155) Bell Creamy' Batter, lb ,___ .75 .S ,
w' the legal firm of Napier, Wright & thetervice Burrows and Irene Spence. ..'
divielonrbut I its a safe guess that we ducted and the remains ,
1 / Wood, he has practiced1 for.-a. number Campbell's Pork and Beans .15 Catsup 2 Bottles '
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Just, remind them that ladies usually of. were laid to rest l in, Rosehill cemetery ,
yeara-alJd) 'has served as coun- -
"Y A NEWSBOY-OF-THE No. 2 can Peas fine______ .15 2
get what they want.. eel in many important cases : Bottles Sour .'ick1e.-. .2S-
The bereaved have 'the
I l As a further qualification for the | parents "The Red Cross Boy with
; There', will be another world w"ar office of assistant city attornev. Mr. sympathy of community.' in their Whistle" if 'the name' given'

.:' in Wood served aa chairman /'ot.'the,sorrow. Caflisch, a steeplejack of Buffalo EVERYBODY INVITED__TO_ COME ,
; beginning June 1926, according to *
Y. American' soldiers in the
claims) committee of the city council. by
,a writer' in the British Journal of for four yean and in this position he EASTER EGG HUNT FOR MihUl .ector)1' You'll be treated right whether you buy or not."

4c ,:. ''Astrology. This prophet, who signs'wass- enabled to observe' at first-hand EPISCOPAL 5. S. A dare devlb--ln.--snore way
a' ,t ... I one, Caflisch made regular trips CUT '
llmself "Sephaial" Asks for a ser the nature of the claims against the PRICE CASH
GROCERY
ions hearing, inasmuch as he claims {'(city and the! methods of handling, The-'ladies of the St. John's Guild the Red front Cross trenches to distribute for the : ,
.them.- -AtlantG Joumol. planned 'merry afternoon for
,to have published. a yearln.-.dvancer j|I Mr. Wood is the son-1n-IavP" of Dr. the children a very of : the Episcopal Sun- containing the latest American Phone 141 422 Broadway

b, ''in each case' the exact date of the M. J. Hicks, of this city and a for- day'school Monday,, out at the pretty His, work become ,so popular that ,.. QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
'war,of 1914 and of' the cessation of mer principal of Osceola High School.j): home, of Mr: and Mrs. M. D. Alexander was necessary, for" 'the 'Red Cross -

,hostilities. "And-the future! no .man ''I' He has many friends in KI..lmmee'i' beginning with an Easter egg his furnish him camionette.: To
deliveries Caflisch
who will be glad to hear of his hunt when Carroll Makinson the''lucky procured -- - -
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1 shall know," is atronger'with ns than appointment was wfeistle which' - '. --. ('
squawking emitted '
( to, this. important office. finder of the' '
r 4 .i.the phopheey "Sepha W" even if .. j I A program of '.Jolly golden games egg. and sound very, much like the horns

sr c lie did hit' the nail on the head 'once OSCEOLA-COUNTY: BEE' races furnished diversion for. the lit- for starting Paris subway
Jf I this .
,+ upon. a ,time.. -Taylor County' Herald. CLUB NUMBERS FIFTEEJL tle people and almost every child' :re.ved.prlze sounded Whenever about the particular front lines doughboys '
for event.
,0 some in crowds to
appeared get :
;-' Before retumlnhOIVe/ they. were
SECRETARY GLASS'WILL' Miss Albina '
Smith the county news. FURNITUREwants
refreshed with sandiwches, calces. and E'
: "SPEAK' IN ATLANTA MAY 1'r agent reports a rapidly increasing: orangeade. '"Cadl.cldelivered as many as 18
interest in 'the Osceola county bee s J 000 newspapers daily. 'One

'r Kl llmm.., Fla:, April '221919. club which now numbers. fifteen THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY near Vieville ai= shell exploded,, ..
,+ Gentlemen The telegram members, with a possible four mortf hi.,'caihionete ,and put i it; out of

r'n', has Just been receive from who are considering: g. ,: OF FELLOWSHIP for'' several days. The boy., kept ,
. Atlanta and will explain itself: The canning/ club. boys and his rounds.-afoot. He will) be. ,
e ... ...... >'. C.- A. Carton Kissimmee Flo. are working their gardens Which are'' The,memorial sermon to the' Inde remembered bY'-thousands of grateful
4 t Honorable Carter. Glass, secretary generally planted to tomatoes, beans pendent Order' of Odd Fellows, for American officers' and
M, '. of the treasury will address all or corn.. Osceola Lodge No. 74 wilM>.pradh- lIM'n.' can supply
allyou
newspaper editors of the.. sixth district Miss Sarah D. Griffin, assistant 1 ed at the First Methodist Church .of -- . ,::. --.;... -, : W: I

X, in Atlanta, May 1. Liberty district agent for the south and 'east I Kissimmee on Sunday_ .morning at For Local: and Long Distance Haul"hi ; ; i in the line of Furniture -.
Loan chairmen of counties making district and"Miss'Mae,Morse, state,the usual hour 12 a. m., new time .
a ,*,1'' their allotment by that time will also dairy specialist were both in Kissim- Rev. R. F, ''Hodnett, pastor of theMethodl.t *, callB.D.SPENCE and Household '

4 i' be invited !eats a .and&heir expensed mee this week and visited several church who is a member Goods at very __ ,
paid. This wilt tin wide neighborhoods with Miss Albina. of the Order, will preach the sermon. .
x 1PublJcltyto such counties and r,sin Smith in the interest of the departments All visiting brothers of the: Order are PHONES isz. Reasonable Prices. *' '

4.'fli\ cerely trust that you will be among ,they-represent. cordially invited to attend this sera, ,.. ..
.
rh; the. number present .in*'Attanta.- ,' Miss Smith invites any and all ice. ,* Residence -422 Main St. : '
i housewives who( wish to -
McFADDEN can bears YOUR CREDIT RE-
_ b ,, w N Chairman. to use ;the when community the kitchen oh Saturdays :.. KING'S DAUGHTERS COLOR 1- IS GOOD AT OUR -ST '

The drive for the county has started steam pressure
off fairly welj},, especially so far cooker will be available.PRESBYTERIAN. . EASTER EGGS and
,\ DR. BOCKMASTER
you can
.. Narcoossee is concerned. I sincerely metpben'of .. arrange .to pay in
LADIES Ali The King's Daughters -
t trust that every"precinct in'the'county .
,: will go over, the top by SOCIAL " .class ft"'the M. E. Sunday school 4> small monthly installments if youCOHE.IH
'L", 'jnwvidinff more than ther! allotment. motored to' the attractive'country desire( .
' j-.. -' .. .. .YOUrItnb'.J..r-- The Pr.byteridl;; '' will have home of their" teacher Mrs. _D. G. KISSIMMEES'OSTEOPATH: so
,,> j, C..A.iAH.iON. asocial Wagner, Friday afternoon, _to_color _
at the
residence Mrs. J. W.
Easter-eggs for the. 1'Pl1&na at the
w County Chairman. ,
Millet on Main street. Thursday
evening
Methodist
at Ente1'riae.and
Orphanage
; :May 1st, from8 to 10. AND LOOK- OVER OUR STOCK. '
r .606 has 'proven it will cure Malaria Refreshments will be served. Alto ,to arrange the details of ,their - TODAY. '
Saturady trip to Enterprise. i' '
; Chill and Fev Bilious Fever, there will be on sale during, the At the conclusion of their : BANrTBUItDlNG' '. .
E '"' -Colds' : and! LaGrfp .lIt' 11:1111.: '"Ute evening, "musical pies""enrqslty pleasant ,
task'they
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THE, KISSIMMEE,VALLEY .GAZETTE, FRlDAT"APRII.2S: ,1919 & :FIVE



i_ INTERESTING II Casino Theatre (MR- A. COTTERMAN DIED -..::- -x. '----- U- u ;

'r LOCAL ITEMS f. I WEDNESDAY MORNING n'' i ,' .


.. ...ooO..OO..U..9..0U. C. W. Ward visited in Orlando. 4 )Week of.April Z1th.y . ,Mr., A. Cotterman.?, one -of Klwlm- I !

f I,/Wednesday afternoon.Anna' I Matinee .430. t, i' t''' 't Night 8:15 ee'i, well] known citizens and' property I" ,

'Weather SUNDAY1 t 'p. m., BAND CONCERT. owner, answered the last call
J, i j Case at the Casino .tonight
Report: ,
mr i f 4 p. m.. "THE PRICE OF PEACE. U. Wednesday, after nearly 'a week's .
on The New Edison forever. Production.
8. GOT, official__ VictorY Loan. '. r .
.' critical ilIn....; T I .. 41. .r .
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C. W.- Griffin made a business trip *
Miami last week.Leonard' .]I. MO.OAT" Mr. Cotterman suffered an attackof .* %! 4 >
..-Folluwing-ar-dallyjtemperaO: : tc Palm.Beach' and .Norma.. Talma4ra, In ,heart trouble-early! 'Januarybut: ... 'ft ... ..,. ?, *-. .
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'WJIUaTms Of"XOUI1ima
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hires and. precipitation as reported -, "HOUDINL'"i- ,' .
riim-'Itr'and
friends here I 71V Epllllo4e : he rallied crew avail :. '
Kissimmee
by Government; station > was greeting : -. :
,t _. E.DJ1Y_ J '..t.tI enough to be about town'and look . '
''i' ,at Kiasimmee fo- *be w.ek endIng ' last Saturday 1JJ Ti VWnv ... .
'* 'Thursday, .April 17, 1919 \ Attorney 'Cary D. Landis of De- 1 I Desmond THE PHOMOAt.In' -- tlAIi.- ", after his business.,, On Friday the - ).I'....."' .> '" _.

Max. Mln. RaiD.Thurad.y. [ Land, has been attending circuit Ford Kduoatlonal W_kly.' disease fastened it. grim hand upon' f .. it'
this ,.r- I ''''EONESDA ri )I' -.JCorrin. -. him again and 'wLiile effort wa ,1
here week.
court | every "
.'... 81 66 .82 .. ..
, ; nrlfflth In. : made to counteract it,. that medical ,, \
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Fridaya.;._. 8S 68Saturday1' "Mrs. HI: MrSwanson of BartoW I Is '? "THE OlRLi. PROBLKif." skill'' could J devise and 'loving" hands t
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of Mrs. M. C. Bandy and I Mutt & Jet In 'PO" IIN: CAFE. I
....c86 60 the guest . % could 'carry out, death came about THOMAS A., EDISON :
several fHumiDAYJrafrrrn
familyfor day says
six o'clock Wednesday morning. .
$ Sunday ____ 84 55 Madallne In ,
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T. Jacksonville. .
..Mr. W. B. Hlgdonof "THE LOVE THAT ARES't; Friends and business associates (gathered "
r Monday ._:.. 84 64. 2.34 is spending some time' with: her" Harold Comedy Company at the Cotterman home Tnura- "Give every 1' honest :: -

Tuesday .-...'" .85 64 .65...,. mother Mrs. M. C.. Bandy. j "NEXT .A.1SLE OVEH." day morning to cover the casket with man .

X Wddnesday ,, *.. 85 64I 'Judge and Mrs. G. F. Parker' of I., FRIDAY lovely Bowers and pay their last respects I '' !
Okeechobee, spent a few 'day visiting Charlie Chaplain .In "A DOLTS.;. LIKE. to'the.. dead. Rev. R. F. Hod- and womanta' 'ta' '
Oaumont News. .
: ..O 06'.o..oa..ot relatives here this week.. ,I nett conducted a brief service and ?
"T' i SATURDAY the body was' started on its journeyto '"
; For Sale-rFour' mules W.J. Miller. Howard Anderson and his bride returned Kitty Gordon In have good : thehornet'
music in
,- from their tripto south Flor "THE UNVEILING HAND." the old horfie in Kotamo, Incf..,. :: ,

"6-t! ida points Friday, and are' pleasant ,'I 14th Episode .RAIIIER'Fatty A Where the deceased had- been in business .... .' . ,
The .stork stopped at the home ly domiciled in apartment in the" "THE Arbuckle LIOHTNJNOI In 'for many years. ;

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bass at their Pilley .block.- "THE FOUR FLU8HEK. Mrs. C. W. Oliver, of Indianapolis
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-. "I'" ..' -e*- PeghornyTuesday; and' left 0(1 Mrs. Jacobs .... -- Ind., his. daughter, who had cometo w( '." '
Mrs. H. C. Stanford 1
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handsome Kissimmee to from recent TUB NEW EDISON "the. with'a soul" "
.,I baby boy. Mrs. Clay Johnson and Mr. Key Blue Work Shirts worth $1.00 for recuperate phonograph ,
Ask to hear Anna Case sing "Will Kissimmee illness, acompanied the remains. ia the world'. greslest'musical, Inatrnment.' It' give!
the .
1 Johnson, were among 75 cents, ,at F. H Lawson'. '
.\ O' the Wisp" on The New Edison. to Orlando on ? Mr. Cotterman- -was 'born in 1853 you In your own hone exactly a* performed ,upon---
, .:'r Central,Drug Store agents. people motoring mission Wednesday.( al, Mr.\ and :-Mr7: Scott'. Souders, of but ..moved to Indiana when he- was the stage, the work of the world' greatest singer $
pleasure Pa. relativesin only six lived there ; and' Instrument. This wonderful Instrument 4
I" Mrs. Georgia Jacobs who has been Pittsburgh are visiting years old. and has) no' .
Beginning .Thursday May the 1st. moot of his life. limitations. It' give ,voice with
Kissimmee.
. you every lager's ,.
visiting her Mrs. Wilder will .... *
daughter ;
the stores of Kissimmee ,-- ''
grocery When he was about twenty-two .literal, fidelity. It'is all musical Instruments la one.' .
at Daytona Is the guest this week 0(. close at 12.o'clock, noon and each Mrs. George-) May and family' of ..
years of he married Miss Alice if- own'l5he _
age yon <" ,
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; Mrs. H. C. Stanford. Thursday thereafter till October lat. Orlando arrived Friday for the week ;
I llaines. -Three daughtersMrsV J. N. ---- \ '
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\ end with her mother Mrs. Wesley 1.-
P. G. Cromartie of Shingle Creek 19-1t.: ,
,. Hook Mrs. C. W. Oliver and Mrs.
is the proud possessor of a new Ford Miss "\Mae Morse of Tallahassee, Ivey. Mark Munger. and one son, Elzy ., NEW :EDISON,
.i" car. which he purchased a few days I the state dairy spciallst made an official Mfs. Henry Lightsey is spending a Cotterman all, of Indianopolis Ind., V*

ago from the local agency. I \ visit to Osceola county this few day this week with her' parents were born to' this, union. Mr. and ' '' ..
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Mr. and M.... Otis Stevens who're- week accompanying Miss Albina Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hi\liard\. ,-at Hil-'i Mrs. Munger. lived in Kissimmee for Th. PhonographWith\aSoul... \ i I *:: '
4 cently moved to Orlando are the I Smith on her regulnr visits to Whit- liard's Island.- I II come time.

,. proud parents of a fine baby girl.I I tier Wednesday. 1* For Sale Genuine Mrs. Cotterman passed_ away some ___. you c.n.draw.J1Mtlntedly..o oil th'e'world''richtf.asure-iii-: : ; -;.,
--- "-The" little--lady >arrived-Sunday morn-J I Ib fee Anna Case as "she"is at the Ferris-Hatching strain Eggs.of w'hiteleghorns- $1.75 ten years ago and some three( years house of music. The New Edison will put new happy'* ., .

ing. .1:Casino tonight Hear 'her as she setting. A. E. Thomas. ; 9-tf. later Mr. Cotterman married Eliza colors into the skein of your existence If you. .want; I ,. '; .. .
Don't miss that opportunity see ,sings on The Phonograph with a per beth Hook at Marion, Ind., and took good music: the New Edison Is the answer"* '"' "'

;'"* Anna Case tonight; Hear her'always I foul' Central Drug Store, agents] Sam Griffin, one of OfTando's leading her to Kokomo, Ind.. where "he was '.

on, the New Edison. Central Drug for The New-Edison and Edison Re- real estate brokers was attending in the mercantile business. Shortly Doe 'Money Stand in the Way : -1' "
to business matters in Kissimmee "; ,,
Store, agents. ,,Creations. after that he sold his interest there ,I, ,
stork I L. A. Hamilton Cap last Saturday. I f I and moved to Kissimmee where he 1.; '
The Osceola Mr. and Mrs. '
paid county another '
,, Thomas A. Edison has advised that, should not '
Grant W. Baker arrived Monday has lived since. Since coming here, us we : -
Mrs. W. A.
visit tain and Mrs. Mciklejon,
Thursday morning stopping his home in ind. our terms of to deny music to ft
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hamilton Miss Frances HamHton.and from Shelbyville !one little daughter Elizabeth came permit payment any .
for a visit with his old-time friends, to gladden the home. honest man or woman. We are determined to'carry '
4 ; at Mr. and Mrs. Dick are "n pleasant -
Roberts ,
Campbell station leaving
I - out Mr. Edison's wishes. If 'fiard rup '
t J.e' at A .S. 9i1bert and family. I I Mr. Cotterman purchased several you are4' temporarily
pretty baby !girl party spending: some
and are thus deterred from having music in
Mrs. Flovd Carroll Mrs. C. H. desirable pieces of property here the "your
: Daytona. Mr.' Dick lias purchased acottage .r
Beginning Thursday May'-the 1st. there. Summers Mrs. L. H. Ingrvm and I, handsome brick block known as the home, we areprepared to ..removethat obstacle: .. Let:
1 the grocery stores of Kissimmee will it bean tD.cle..llQ longer. Come to us and hU us
Corner -
Mrs. E. E. Wells motored to Orlando Drug Store building mono: -
close at 12 o'clock noon and each A rare treat is in store for you .at Wednesday! for a few hoi.ra. them.He had just contracted with the terms on which you can conveniently pay. v 1
Thursday thereafter till October 1st.19.1t.. the Casino tonight. Anna Case succession
I J. 'T. BurcVhnlter drove from the government .to install the .poft-
of "Jenny IJn i, will be seen over ,
the and heard The New Eustis this week and spent 1few ,loffice there. The deceased was completing DRUG
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on screen CENTRAL STORE
J. Johnson of Michigan who in Agents
attending to matters ( his ibis plans for the new equipment -
Edison "The Phonegraph with a days or .
spending time in with
1 some Daytona to have his
and expected room
Annie. Laurie. in the circuit court. I '
Soul. Hear her sing company
hia- parents, made a .brief visit with in readiness by mid 104 Broadway;
his old-time friends' D. G. Wagner It's wpnderful. Mr. and Mrs. S.11... Bogue came up I Mr. Cotterman was sunimer.for nearly :: M.",.-, :.;

And family arriving Tuesday.:. :I Mrs. R. Thor Weaver came "over- 'from Knights this week to' look after thirty-five years a member of the '"
from Dade City to join Dr. Weaver their property before going home to Y
At the Christian church next Sun- Modern Woodman Lodge and when a
OsceoSa county" demonstraitVm artlit, Caseopolis Mich.., for the summer. _
ln:! :. I Forenoon sernron"Why some younger man he took an active, partin ,
\ fail for a few days last week. Dr. Weaver I Mrs.Chao.. Gardener iiaR'ain' At 1 .-
people in Religion. Evening- its
workings.
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returned with her for the week- the home of her daughter Mrs. R. .
sermon! "Why is Man Immortal- end hut was at his post of duty. W. Jones after a short visit with Hp!" was very domestic and a loverof sufficient to put the t links .in good I I .v \
'A. Study of the Soul. ..Everybo'dywelcome. his family circle and his genial VIOIin--fGu.rd. "
Tuesday morning. friends in Kiseimmee.-New Smyrna shape, the lady members of the club : Parade March,
IdnHlv .made him '
disposition many '" "
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whom Mrs.S. Frank Reed.
foremost amongst were :
I "The Price of Peace," a five reel News. y
See Anna Case tonight in The friends. I Captive "
H. Bullock' undertook to augment Readin -* "CeeI1IaD Miss
4\\ Hidden Truth" a$ the Graystone.Ca... motion picture of the war just issued Mrs. C. W. Oliver wlho has been The bereaved wife and little''daugh the funds through the mediumof Gertrude )leKaJ: ,I' withmusicaFaeeompanyment [ -"
aid (
cinoHear. her glorious-,voice Re- by I the Treasury department to here for:< the post three weeks to ter have the sympathy ; of the com the Saturday afternoon tea, in ,.. y.Mr* Criner. }
Created The New Edison the. Victory Liberty Loan"campaign. visit the Cotterman family left munity. > '
always on issued v connection with the tournaments and Piano number -Miss,, Mamie PiUey.,
"The Phonograph with Soul." Central is the only war picture yet Thursday morning on' the Bad mission .
.. a other entertainments. The total Sonl'"LaatNitrht, Velma, Hudson
p store ,with the lid of censorship cler.r of'{ of accompanying the wdy, of her MRS. G.: 0. ROBERDS CELE- the
Drug agents. mount handed over to treasurer accompanied by;)4111 Margaret,,
4 Sunday.
I At the Casino m.,
p. father Mr. A. Cotterman to Indiana, '
Dr. T. M. Rivers was called to Or- BRATES HER 80TH BIRTHDAY derived from these entertainments Lasley. ? \
; o lando on a professional visit Wednesday Miss Sarah Griffin of Tallahassee] for burial.E. amounted to $117.41. Reading-"Stars ..and Stripes lit'Flanders

I r when'Mrs. Rivers Mrs. Robt. I assistant district agent for South I''''1 ,,:.C. Dueaenberry who has been On ..April 17th Mrs. M. A. Clark The executive officers of the club Field" Miss Porchle PlterigoPiano"Under' -

S Peterson Mrs. Farmer, and Misses: and East Florida was in town Monday this;-. attached to the, medical corps of the invited seven ladies who had passed I take this opportunity of thankingthose .." ..j ,

i, Ruby and Edith Corbet, accompaniedhim Tuesday and with Wednesday Miss f.t Albina army and stationed at. West Baden their 80th milestone to spend the afternoon members who so generously the.' Linder. Tree.."
on a pleasure mission. 'I week conferring Ind., for the past several months with her mother in honor-of helped to donate this sum andalso Katherine -

Don't forget Dr. P. J. Cannon the I I Smiththe county agent on matters' was honorably discharged and re- her 80th birthday. All invited were t the people -of Kissimmee who patron At the ..conclusion 'of the program
pertaining to the extension work turned Dusen- ized these teas and entertainments the Elizabeth Moseley
resident Osteopath, makes a peial- homeyesterday. Mr. mot-ableto attend. Mrs. M. A. Vow- two were
'i o ty of chronic diseases. Office at res-: George W. Persons' has joined the : berry will resu1l1e' hie position in the ell .was the oldest one present haying which have been-'he outstanding called on for musical number-'and 'i
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'own a home club and h:.. moved Kate storeCaptain been born in Illinois in 1836.' She tures of the season very sweetly ''responded then Eleanor -/

hour: into his. residence on Lake street and Mrs. Clay .Johnson has lived in Florida twentyeightyears. The usual tournament and.tea will Rosen who had given her read.

a making low summer, rates., 18-tf. week. 'Mr. Persona purchased thl.1 I Sr., came up from Okeechobee .Tuesday Mrs..M. C. Bandy was born b.i .held next'Saturday:. afternoon. ings in costume, was asked to appear ,

. Among the recent visitors the desirable property a few weeks and are now at their: lakeside -Alabama' in 1837 and has lived! 'in B. HAMILTON: Secy." again in favorite selection. -
.at and has had it remodeled1and I
Florida thirty-five Mrs E. P, The social hour concluded the evening -
home in this city. Mrs. Johnson has years.
c Hart Memorial rest room are Cbl.! C. vated and it Is now one of the most when informal conversation
Caldwell Is a native of South Caro- general i
been EVENT
spending !several! weeks at CLOSING OF'WINTERS'
S. Crowelt. of Lewiston. Me.; Mrs. attractive homes in the city. end.
Okeechobee lina. but !has lived in the land of prevailed made a happy.-;
where the is
C. W. MoJfisx>n. or Llay lOH,'Pa-.i Jr. 'Miss Margaret Barnes who has in ste'amboating Captain, and he engaged flower more than twenty years. She' RECEPTION lag of the season'receptions which.

p and Mrs. R. M. Buckmaster. Mr, and been nursing In the Partin Settler turned with her for a few rest re- was born In1838. The ladies are all : it is hoped, will! ,be resumed next fall.
days
tL4 I Mrs. D. H. BunneHr and J.. Bunnell,Iment r came home, Tuesday for a few and recreation. active and well preserved and have While the reception to winter Visitors
of Cloud.
St.
g all ,hours' visit -with her cousin J. Z. 'I the appearance. of being much young given at the Hart Memoriol AUCTION BRIDGE CLUB EN. '
Mr.' and Mrs. James Alan of Toronto Roberson and family. In the afternoon I Rev. J. T.' Reaves of the Point 7.,
er. ,the last '
building Tuesday night was"
; Canada; Mrs. G. A. Rigga: ; Mrs. Roberson took l.er home to I Ilettlemt'nt. left, last Saturday for .The delightful climate of Florida. of .the there was no. lack: of TERTAINED BY MRS.. ,.HARPER.
t t, Mrs., P. C. Buttorff and Bob' Bullock Orlando in the car. Mrs. Ingramand Green Springs near Tampa, to spenda with the cooling lake breezes and leaaon1 it wa-'considered "by I' -

left Monday on en auto trip[ to--Mi Mrs. Ruby Sherouse 'accompanying couple of weeks for the benefit' of beautiful flowers and bfrdsongs of those interest in attendance one of, the pleaa- 'Mrs.; Claude''Harper'l ' was ..hoetesa
:his health. He has been suffering '
Mi-l i' ami and other east coast points oftt them on the trip. Kissimmee the Au!"
the quiet little city of are antest of'these events.i; "i : for;the regular'-meeting, of
: interest. They expect to be' back. by Rev. F. D. King, pastor of "{he I severely from rheumatisM for sometime conducive to long !life. Mrs. J. J. Miss Elizabeth Aultman was J os- tion Bridge dub '''onThursday, ..after.4

.-r.-- .the. last of the week. First Baptist church of Miami is I. ,him and hi. litany friends,(lhope to Tucker also was present but was not tees for the/ evening and had arranged noon ,of last week, entertaining, at
Mrs. -Wesley Brown who was conducting revival services at the I see return much. improved; if on the honor ron;: she being much a-charmingHUttiryand musical iherbeautiful, home'on, Clyde tavenue.. mt

operated on at the Florida Hospital First Baptist' church here. Rev. King 1.I not. entirely. c ted . younger than others. program every 'number of which was ,. Four tables.of players enjoyed .this ,,a, n
d in Orlando recently was brought was for years evangelist .for the Mrs. RoT) rds was born in' North received with applause'' by'the ?audience pleasant,diversion,' the'club.prize ..be;

home ,Tuesday. Their son Emory also home mission board and is consider1e"d INCREASED. ;INTEREST. SHOWN' Carolina but has made her home in 'Those, taking) part' ','in 'these ing*award.d to.Mr*. Marion.,Carson.'

:S 't. underwent an operation. and returned a powerful speaker. The meet- AT SHINGLE CREEK CHURCH Colorado more than forty year; She selection*"wera-, "?"%- V f <: -:': the:consolation'to Miss Marion Porter n *'

here last week. Both'patient ings are well attended and much interest r r--- has spent several winters in :Kissirn- Piano' sole-J"!Dance"of the Stars," and the lNut'prize....te.. Mis. S. Hf .
are improving in'health.'' is .sho.m.ln Rev. King's mes A revival 'of interest i Is particularly mee with her daughter; Mrs. 'Clark. Miss Edith Miller. v ::, Bullock.' \ '" .

"The Price of Peace," the Victory sage. noticeable in the'' services .(If .the Misses Ruth and Sarah Clark serv- Reading"The Little', .Re1*," ..Eleanor $1'8. Harper*'guest*' were refreab'jed : /
Liberty Loan; war film which will be "The Price of Peace," the Victory church at this point especially since ed sandwiches' and matti de parano Rosen.1 .*'- , k, -with a dainty, salad course at the

,'"' shown at the Casino Sunday at1''.. Liberty Loan war picture was edited the pastorate was taken up by' Rev. and ice cream and cake.. All.spent. avery Piano-( )*"Danee.ofithe Marionettes conclusion of ,the'f'games, 'whicb.car-) \ ,

_. m.,- mightfrom showman's. point under the supervision----Frank R. R. F. Hodnett of Kissimmee. who delightful afternoon.. ," (-Allegra) ', Vivance,? vMUs ried pretty. :>.Easter sugegstions.
rof view be billed as a "genuine $30- Wilson of the Treasury's publicity hold preaching'' services on the first\ ,,r

000,000,000 production," estimating bureau by Betty Shannon Joseph and third Sunday of each-month. The LESLIE JOINER UNHURT: _, ,r .. V .....- .. ,-;. ,'" '.", ".
that. "' the- war cost that much;' LaRose and Terry Ramsaye .a attendance I* on the increase while: CAR PASSED OVER., HER ,'' .... .. ....-i-....jDh'C01"C '
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.l Captain"Clay Johnson's genial facet Broadway triumvrate of film editorsand the interest shown il..-eneourag-- -

i appeared on the streets this week writer who have been "expert- ing both'to pastor and officials. Eas- X seemingly unavoidable accident

for a few days though he couldn'a ing" on the battle film since the beginning ter Sunday was fittingly observed, occurred Sunday afternoon duringthe :: ..

be :spared from his shipping business of-the- war in 1914.. At'.the the .congregation-on this occasion being concert when a'little Leslie the ,. : "ew'C ... :..

down the lakes tobe_, here long. Mrs. Casino Sunday, 4 p. m. ,.*: large one and especially, attentive five year :old daughter',of Mr. and ., .... 7 .

.Johnsoh has been visiting him at hi. Mrs. D.. G Francis and her' motflver to ,the excellent .rmon'delivered Mrs. W. :A._Joiner, ran-7 from behinda '

headquarters.. at Okeechobee City and Mrs,' J- iU Harris, left last week by the pastor.;The rostrum was nicely car directly in front-of Mr. '3. S.

accompanied her home Tuesday. for Washbum. Tenn., and points .in ,, decorated. with potted plants and Cadel's Roamer, as she was turning ,
" will cut flower ... 1 It*1 nrobable that at the . .
Mrs. J. M. Carson' cam: up from I Ohio and. Illinois, where then ; corner. '
'.1, Miami 'Tuesday to join her. husband spend the summer. Mrs; Francis the next I..rvlce-Mothers' Day will be Fortunately':;;. Cad] was running 5I

who had been attending to legal, niece, little' Elizabeth Francis Dey- observed but definite announcement her car very slowly; having just' ,t. L L ?<

matters, and, visiting\ , :FOR'APRILHERE .'
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f ..several days. They left this. week Congressman and lI r.. W. J. Searsand Plans arel now being' made :to also with only' a few alight burises, for as *.. i >.>' .. . -- ,
for the Carson ranch; about thirty a party of friends' werewelcome Increase.the attendance and interestin the child :was struck ,by the car'-ihe THE '
miles- south of Kissimmee where visitor* in Orlando! Saturday. from the Sunday edhool which i* held caught hold of the bumper.' This ARE A' FEW: OF ,CHOICE.NUMBERS:

'will visit Mr. and Mrs. C. A.; KIsslmmee.--Repo'rter-Star. each Sunday morning and it i III honed threw her against the end of the W '
they '
Carson: -Jr. Dr. H, P. Cartwright .left for his that:each member on the roll will fender spring need her back 74583 On:"Wing of .Song; '(Violin Solo).:-JachaHeintz.: 4_ .:. '"

receiveda home at Bowling Green Kentucky, use their. Influence to, further what against the and *he- feu to ; 'l"V, .... ;:
and Mrs.-A. Mr Story
Mr message from their_ son Sam, who Wednesday; : after spending[ several ever plans are//made., the the ground springs.between Fortunately.the bumper. Mrs. and Cadet 647S9T CrOon.Crooh, Underueaalt"de"Moon.-Sophie Br .
at the
is in tote navy, stating that he left weeks -in Kissimmee guest Is \ Van her car straight ahead its .H of 'Trial Cluck Zimbalift v; 'f"-ll'i
Boston tor Kissimmee Wednesday, Franklin Hou e. Cartwright NOTICED lesta 87300 In the; url' + ;'\ v f
at
length. fearing to., stop once -
-Y would put him University ofMedicine is given wheel be left on.the child' body 87299 Taps.-&Lu" Heinle.vcy '." achairb I Ute Tennessee
or tomorrow. Mr. Story volunteered ,. He is City CouncilTTtlssImnvee,' Fla.. will Imagine her relief and. that of > .Ykt. .fr
1'', 'in the navy' before the beginning of some years ago. very receive bid on Tuesday May 6th at the horrified spectator when little '-*- j'ThaPKMderfuLModir41. :: : !! \ y Burr: .

the warjand..served for months on favorably impressed;with and Kissimmeeas deride 8; 1W'm., (new time) :for furnishing Leslie was found to be untouched by ..r .."" \ ," .. ,W"_\......r
'the famous l' Olympia. He was a "place 9f.residence; may \ope"'thousand *eord' of good solid pinewood the' car which passed'over her. 18524-H -
4 transferred .to. a sub chaser and has to return and locate here next delivered it-the City Water & 'I Salvation Lassie'ofMine.--CLas.Hartr-Lewi.; 1 1f James.'1

had all sort "iHrilling experiences.Two winter. .Jrh1PlaJlt. Cut 4x4x feet.t) SATURDAY TEAS NETCOUNTRY ..

plane visited Kissimmee yes The'Price' of- 'Peace," the official' .Jidt be ftled. with City Clerk. f Some Day 111 ,Make .(You.GlcL '.Stirling, .T o.14 hSenapore. ". ..
terday morning scattering Victory government- war film used to ''help Council reserves, the right ,to reject CLUB $117.41 ,18529-J J JI "t

About'' the th< Liberty Loan literature any N month I .-Arthur Fields'g". ...
have been
world and The past two '
city.' .They were en route for Winter highest priced cast in 'the 25th day of Anril. 1919. w4 1'1( n
Park where they were hying to witness was produced at a cost of exactly as Jf;'R. GILG RT. full of activities at the country club, Phone 218 for the complete list in the'April Supplementl' .. '
visitor
the cost. The 19-2t..*' and although most of the winter -
billion a* war .Clerk.
between the City :
the hall game many , : "-
that "/"I"r.iJo" '
left it I I.-to be hoped '
United f have
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made largely of -
Carlstrom. and Winter Park teams. cast is, up --"* '
State Army and Navy, with NOTICE. the local member will not drop their '-
through :
The boy of the team went R 'DerWiqct'"Brot "L'm
'Carter Glass and former interest'just yet for the link are in
.. here on. Wednesday'in; Johnny Secretary Notice is',hereby given that thestoresof'.Klasimntee : *>Tt>KI+ condition and the . .
McAdoo appearing : i ,
W. G. " '8
Secretary ,
Johnson,' one'of th. .most daring fiy- weather .c (',e, rlrmi' r-
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I 'ideal-for'golfing.
iT <: flew in a incidentally as financier of the 'war. grocery AND dVJC'it01Ag
era at Carlstrom ove .tIANOS
4 /a'/nOOD. on each At- the commencement of 'them sea- ,
Casino Theater Sunday, at
.. mall.' .scot-" -plane -'on' 'the f ;*sime'.mlsflon. ; -_..T\-- p.at..mid the -" :'.\\1 _' '. .,* Thursday beailU tllrKay 1st. .19itBUY i .the:fund lof'the dab being ,not ,...J.2.O'} #Eb84tC1'1' ._,; 1q1 ,,' . <, ,
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Hayes' DR.:R.. WEAVER adty .
Agent .
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Healing'.Haney i -y ; .", I
The most helpful Po-operation of are confronting all at this time let ..KisTb InO 0)05- "'i' t aaldlaarlotlldi1c
4 f. I tH county gent is that of calling on us think of spraying our, fruit trees, \
J. I him or asking"him to call at the watch.'our corn, see that we keep kir soo : t tagain.
Stops ... r' farm, or residence. Many matters away the corn 'ear worm, cultivate
very'important for the benefit of the --..ndHalJew.U. -the ,, -=. Yot. ho..pRbt.
,, $ i be settled' when these 'stand is less' than t
The r. t rnte..c. l" corn 80 percent ?? '
smiled andcomplain 'san la
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-S 1 meetings take place. Those who do better replant all over again. It willpay. r. .q'J>
not take advantage jof this service do I (01t.1Wcl '
; TickleR not ret the benefit ey should Ret; We must not overlook the summer ; r \ Ira
If they do not. show-interest in knowing gardens. Something can be planted debt' 10 Humanityanil -
important thing: in farming and and grown, during' the summer. The : )
i t Heals The Throat fruit growing, it 'is most dif8eult'for: garden's jeafjr vegetables are the : paid i it as bost ,
the county ngen$ to be of the servicehe necessary things to balance the food r: '.'.
k'| Cures The Cough can be to those that are interested. ration. We must alJrive\ -some 1 could" - -

Price $c.j' The work of the county agent thought along the line of helping ,.
) ban no far been confined exclusively keep up.the table then!" why not think ,
OF to attending upon the calls- from the'.cf producing your own milk and but- ,.,
, FRSBOX farmers and citizens, BO that in order ter; poultry and eggs hog and hominy -
': to get the same service: it would be'It'ood' '' sweet potatoes and syrup.
GROVE'S 0-PEN-TRATE SALVE
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;y; practice to include your desire time la here. Soon the

;, (Opens the Pores and Penetrates) for a call in the list of others. chums. peaches and grapes will be I .1 i,
:. The important question of pre. fit. Add to the above-program these' 14:
'. For Chest Colds, Head Colds and : loss of things growing' in the in the form of canned.and preserved'

Croup .is enclosed with every bottle ground and fruit growing on the products and we will have -a com
n : trees should not be overlooked. Consult plete ration and balanced feed for the ,
f -of HAYES' HEALING HONEY with the county agent as to table. While you are doing these :

i You get the Cough Syrup and the Salve i methods of sprayinir. caring for diseases things let good old Mother Nature .

1 "',. for one" price, :SSc, etc.. Save the product reeults-; save with your help, produce that in like I II
worries and get good
Made. Recommended and Guaranteed to vour hence profits/ and success. I bill of fare for the family '

the Public by As a reminder _for:_problems that on'the _farm.__________'____ H_. anlmaIS--j'
Paris Medicine Company w ---

'I Manufacturers of SPRAY WATERMELONS FOR PEANUTS'FOR COMMERCIAL ..

k Grovel Tasteless Chill Tonic. v ANTHRACNOSE. PURPOSES l'
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As a result of a conference of pathologists A great many peanuts of the
of the Bureau of Plant In- Spanish variety were planted last
dustry, Department of Agriculture 'year and the indication. are that
'and of the Florida Experiment Station this acreage will be large this year.In .
Ask Your Grocer ;j ..:
the following recommendations growing peanuts as a commercial I
{are--givep for control of watermelon. '_ crop to be_harvested and market '
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ed for oil '
'anthracnose: I i purposes or for feed S. W
Wl Thorough application of bordeaux''Hiatt. district agent for Wesl"lor.lIaya ,

a .. mixture will prevent the spread of ,'ida, that there are several d ///
CHEEKNEAL'SCOFFEES i anthracnose, downy mildew,.and may (points that should be considered. ."' # .
ip I to a certain extent control Mycos-I|I The type of soil best adapted to '\! /
phaerella Blight. The control of ,I the crop is one of a Bandy, loamy ..
these diseases means an increased 'nature, preferably with a well drained -
yieldand a better quality of fruit. i| subsoil. The main point to be con- You .secure i in
[The following schedules are advised: sidered in the preparation of the land ,
1. Spray for the first time when in that it be well prepared and thoroughly and happiness -
LIND' peace
the vines begin to run. I pulverizeThe plowing
Best By Every Test r 2. Th<;- second spraying should be should be done so that a loose soil of i for whom
given when the plants have develop about inches is obtained. The use ,
ed a good system of runners, of a disc harrow is advisable as it
I I 3. The third spraying should ..begiven I will pulverize the soil and loosen up the flowers ofspring .
about three weeks l before maturity I the land that has been broken, and "
OLDS INTERFERE < < I!'leave the soil in excellent condition will bloom Z
t I 4. The fourth spraying should be '''for planting. His Sacliiceand Yours ._
I WITHBUS1NESSJ&r7 ,given about one week before maturi I Generally speaking, an applicationof -for whonr aH
from 200 to 400 pounds of acid V
j L ty.For aphids add to bordeaux mix- ljh(phate will be found beneficial. J e-Cer again will he looK upon the tuortd_he i light and .form
;; ture Black Leaf 40 at the rate of % On very poor land from 100 to 200
r <"' ; 'TUnjl's New Discovery pint to 100 gallons of the first ap pounds of cottonseed meal should be I helped make }free. His memory will be forand color willcombiire
.' plication. included with the'' phosphate, and etfer shadowed by the crushing forfeiture of
'frelievesthem and keep In the disease in the thoroughly mixed with the soil
case appears live give
he had for and to
everything a right to
one
you going on the job field and the regular schedule has whether applied broadcast or in the
r not been used, the following emergency drill. Liming of the soil is very essential unending picture of the reeking hell through joy of 11V1n
Fifty continuous of almost measures are recommended: i nthe production of peanutsin whIch he Walked you J g't t
1, ftnfailmgcbec: [and years relieving coughs. I If an infected plant is found, the most of the territory adapted to can you speak of sacrifice -
,Colds and _kindred sufferings is the field should be sprayed immediately. the growing of the crop in this state. .
This should be repeated This should eppljed.two] months when "
fraud achievement of Dr.: King's New spraying | your couns
about) ten days later. If weather conditions before planting in the form of
-Co'
makes its Fifth for dollars-dollars be lent-not ? .:..
try to given
Grandparents, fathers mothers, the are still favorable for devel- ground limestone at the rate of from appeal
kiddies-all have used and are unrig opment of the disease a third spraying one to three tons per acre. Whereit These poor, blind lads had eyes to see their duty. Your duty is before -ti'

't, it as the safest, surest, most pleasant'' two weeks later may be neces-. lime is not practical' to use' this form of you; do not pass it by unseen.' Invest in the Victory Liberty Loan' to the full
lime the
retake remedy they know of. sary. hydrated at ,rate of 500 .
.' 4 .'" ,Sold by all druggists everywhere. I G. I D. Tucker and M. L. BenD of the pounds to the acre' may be used at limit of your cash and installments. ,
r -- Bureau of Plant :Industry Washington planting time. -
Keen: Bowels On'Schedule' are- in the sate directing con- For commercial purposes the Span- Victory Liberty Loan Committee
( 'trol operations of this and other diseases ish variety is best suited to conditions .
Late, retarded functioning .throws and intenested growers may in this state. It has been. foundto -- -' .-' ." "
rr the whole day's .duties out of gear. secure the services of these men by produce heavier, better filled podson Thtl space contributed by :
Keep the system cleansed, the.appetite addressing -them,' 'Agricultural Ex- land slightly acid than 'will any -
lively, the stomach staunch with Station Gainesville Fla. o-f.the
periment runner'varieties.
Life The upright Ki ssimmeeVall'ey Gazette
Dr. Kings New Pills Mild sad "
growth of the.vines' tends to lessen .4
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( foot In action. Sold everywhere. ;r gnharlhs for the Valley Gatctte..Thay the cost of gathering, the-pods.,mature i : .

; more nearly at the same time, : .
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\ j hay of excellent quality i COUNTY ,AGENTS' REPORT
when properly handled.
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This variety may be plantedany Pinellas County:: Th'e citrus growers -
( time from April 1 until July IB. Under 'are jubilant over the large set-
normal wenther_renditions, the t.ng'of fruit and'much interest i. being -
but results will be obtained byl displayed grove sanitation and
planting during the latter part..pf1 spraying for better fruit. Several Early Fertilizing
I April and May in the packing heuse'ms are considering
) western nart of the state On land cn'argmg' and improving then plants
Jlt suitable for cultivation with a weeder 'or handling the r ext season's crop. Y
''' M -- / the rows may vary from 24 to 30 Farmers are- growing more general Citrus tree need fertilizer earlier thai usual this season.
crops. Sugar 1 1I 1 inches apart and the seed should be
I s. dropped 4 to 6 inches in the, drill. wt.Ii. Large acrouge of rice will)) be With the abundant spring moisture (the soil supplies have moved
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.,. 'f' .v plbnted. Large> n headqnartes for '
'CI From 10 12
to
of seed
Quarts will be ; :
,, w1 required to nlant an acre. It is generally rice seed. freely and the trees have had a vigorous development. Now; -1= '
considered best to shell the Flagler County; The first of the "
seed! they need more fertilizer to properly sustain the fruit'.they are
of _
before planting, eIPeci.lly'wh're a spring crop potatoes were shipped
J lanter is to be used. A,planter will recently, bringing $10 per bbl. There carrying and to. promote a good summer growth. We offer '
lessen the cOltf were two carloads-in" shipment. i'd>
.: : ;,' rapid uniform planting.production bymore Hamilton County: A good number 'any analysis 1 S .$
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If of fanners off' cotton
Only well filled mature pods .shouldbe are leaving '
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planted. There is no Question but Altogether, and adopting live stock ,
that the yield of and other crop.'In its place. There is
:1' materially' Increased peanuts by'careful maybe seed promise of plenty of summer fruit.' .; All. the Potash You Want
selection.If The acreage planted to rice will be
considerably increased, .'
Washington County Eight demonstrations ' : -
: you have anything to sell, trad* In;Napier and Merker Wilson & Toomer.Fertilizer Co. ? ,

or exchange try _our. classified column.It grass have been planted ands close Manufacturers Ideal-Eertilizers -
watchr: will be kept on the results-.ob. e
1 bring results. tained. My records show that there I Dealers in Insecticide: and Spray pu"ps.II JC A

'. are in this; county.; 88. boys and one Jacksonville; Fla. '' {
t girl In the com-club., three boy and 1
4 i71i. Patriotic: DOCTORS PREFER one ,girl in the peanut club, and 31.II i **'

r' ;< : StoryLOAN There boys and are'two demonstrator girls in the pig conducting club. .. ..OO.O. 06.00.00..00.00 .OO.OO..O.O..O OO .O.t,
CALOTABS70R
84 demonstrations. _

\ .''t A LAZY LIVER .Putnam digging County potatoes.: Many The of prices the farmers secure - E. _O. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY: j

dhave been splendid. Club work
.: 'Jacksonville Florida
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lr ..t Wondrful How; Bright and Cheerful progressing In all parts of the !county= '
:. '. > the Werld Lek After Taking the. Many, farmers.. The trouble planting in',early the aweetpotatoe. past \ Fertilizers.., Insecticides, Sprayers Poultry Supplies, .1' "' a

l' X11 to tbP t childrenWho New NausealeM, Calomel: 1)lias been that toolittle attention was For ftny yen vws*. haw teen. manuftouring.. fertilizer In Ms Sea -.we haw *uhfi 4 cut 4
: Defers In vcry'oouniy in Florida. ,
o. paid to the marketing of this crop, ,
a profit its thrift Have you tried .neV nausealess and this year we plan to have all the Write Fell LatMl PTM li*. Prf... alwsys Is KM irUk; Qmtlitf
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-- -- calomel that makes calomel the
-- taking a potatoes graded according to
.;' pleasure'" ;i-If you have, you appreciate standard jgrade. -
a ., + tier-wonderful virtues of'calomel Sumter County Many moisture: .OO.v OOO vOCrystillizcd .' 1
: acres are y < 4.Y
.. ; Tell them how the First: and .the Second when robbed of all its unpleasant planted to'wate elon. In the north Bradford County: Cotton will be
: ; the Third and the Fourth helped win the War.,Tell nauseating effect end of the county and-the vines look practically abandoned this season. Salt fish .i. mm
Otlotabs is the serfsatlon pf the good. Condition of troops greatly Corn peanuts, and forage taking the a
'ii{,,c #' _- them how the Filth finished the work. year in the drag trade. Pharmacists Improved. place of''cotton. Farmers enthusiastic Direct From Our
.. t .. regard atlas' a perfect remedy for the : over the prospects'of the hog as Fishing Boats.
'" TeU) them of the benefits derived from Taylor County: Plans are being
moe.y..tty Invaetadthe liver. Its effect in
biliousness
constipation made to hold a county fair this fall. a money crop. Hog sales days are To You ,
t', L. way In which |it woks. for them year aft** year until every and indigestion. i i. most de This will be the first held here In being planned for the coming, winter. a
> has bean ....... lightful..
cent .
re
three The most I progressivefarmers Delicious Fresh
"f' The next time nor liver needs a :years. Took a Severe ColoV. Caught Salted

will ...... the.....of aarinc. thorough cleansing try Calbtabs. One promise their are anxious support.for. a fair, and "Our five year old son-PauKtook: a Fish, direct to-the con amer'by ,:'.
..1 tablet at bed time with a swallow of severe cold last winter that settledon prepaid parcel post or express
', water,. that's all No Manatee County: Tomatoes In
And taste no-nau- his lungs and he had terrible 15 tie for
',0 than-show them the BGlI"". tlrwwlI' 12.00.
sea, no salts, no -.tripln. ,.' You' wake Brood growing condition. Very little coughing spells. We we're: getting -
, up in the morning feeling-,fine, with blight .ha been..ob..rvedt.-. worried about him as the medicineswe Special price in Barrel lots.
L "....... z.t>...Io..s-. C..aN.. your system thoroughly cleansed and :Escambia County: Tick eradicationwork gave him did not help him in the If have ,
you never tried.
our
_ a hearty appette for breakfast. Eat going on very rapidly. There! least. A; neighbor spoke so highlyof
l what you please-no, danger of .sali are now 60 vats, aU Maine used. Five Chamberlain's Cough Remedy that Crystalized Dry Salt Pish you
;; ra4 U.a ., .. .-.. = vation. more,, are-1n the course of construc I got a bottle of it, and the first dose havemissed a rare treat. '
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.r .. * ---._- -- - .Calotabs are never sold'In bulk; tion. Very little opposition to.'dipping benefited him so much that I continued -
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ly In original sealed 'Still cured writes
packages prlNtblrt.41..te 'Orange County: spraying Mrs. Frank Crocker
,1 Osceola"Motor Company : Your drarlgst. will grapefruit for;citrus scab.', Growers Pana. 111. 6eorp 01:tli fiilf :,, '
',', \ gladly refund your !money if you do ire. IInJal"'{ p as never" before for -
t 'otLup f r.,&' 'Pratlier Garage: note find them effective and''rdelight-. brighter and better fruit.; Groves are. Visiting card printed by the Val AFAUGHJCOLA.. '- 'FLORIDA,tMv

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_... ,. GAZETTE. FeAT .' Q
'THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY. APRIL iS. 1919 '
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i . Proceedings ,of:


the School'Board WRIGYS1The 'J.I


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A The' achool ,board met in rftgblarsession

,. on April 7th' there being.
r.b preaent'W. .C. Bass, chaIrman{ } W. K.

Lanier, and W. R Godwin; and C. E,.. t "

Yowell;Superintendent. of Public I... Greatest Name

structlon. ". ,. :
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I The. minutes! of the, last meeting ,' 'a
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were '.read": and.;approved., -; .,. : ,.

.. FINANCIAL ", . .
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.STATEMENT I' ,l, "
of County School Funds for Month .' :II
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tIllllIl wr March 1919. _______: r
Ending S1'.1
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--r--- .,.,.,. I iinijiI QI QI,4 .GENERAL SCHOOL Ml NO" ; '., J.rjPIr '; ' ; Bafanoe from last report./ 1743.8)To .
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S 1M T I, 1A. ..receipt: durlna'month. *- 6tO.7i .', ,
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<' 'mo. "" ."
,_ Warrants Issued_ '.during. ', 4714.72Dal t I' -'.

hand atarch .11.__. _* nn.T'
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.l.l :r. . fl. a. fi. N*. i FiiBd.Balance . .- "
from< last report.-.1 6114
To receipt! during? month. 1"I: ..** ,,

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1I1I1ItJI"--: Warrant Issued' during mo.. 101.64

I aArJWwtWr'd Bat. 'on.. hOnd.March. *lS.. ---.i 74 .TI. ,;.
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Bal.. on hand from last report.* 1(1.11
: To receipt! during month. a_--. -. ".Ilfl "'gpERFECT GZIMi
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146.'1
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.. .. ", Warrants Issued "during". mo.. _' 86.'9 I'

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M. lialane.-on hajid 'Marsh U'U4I.U
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sea.. w.i..n ... ..1.ep. T ."'"receipt! during month ..._- tS0.44 JUICY FRUIT I ISealedTtcbt
.,'.'. 146.7 "CHEWING GUM'
Warrants lued during month _'.146.00 ,

Dal. on hand March It...__.d"IOO.'U, _ _ _ __ '
f .. flit I), N.. S F..*. )rJli 111' _
Hal.. on hand from last r..port..1. 107.41 _
I I To receipts during month.u! -1232Rat 1GLEYre.

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.-March--21-:1-120.4
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'11 J+ PUT |t .8ush- p.to{Princ1 !, ;,produce more smoke To IlaL receipts On hapd'during from last month'repurt..3...... 610 41.10

SS than you ever before hand! A.'s built to 7-".n ''CHEININ

fit your smokeappetite like kids fit your It has the Warrants Issued! during! month. -"-0l GUM .

jimdandiest t3avor-and coolness and fragrance you ever ran Hal. on hand March *1 ___.....t 1.It-'
Warrants were examined and can.
against I celled In open sesloi -as ,,follows: __ ,

!j>RIKCE AlBERiCRIMP : i Just 'What a whale of joy Prince Albert really is you want Clrneiwl. -H. I>. school No 1 Fund30J.$4 fund ___--?-, ...110'711R. T'

H. H D. No. S Fund____.. 1111.110
k to find out the double-quickest you do next. And, put H. H, I>. No. S Fund.9.?, ,1401) .
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it down how you could smoke P. A. for hours without 8 lillls K 1>.were No.' 1 approved Pund.-Z.and. wsrrantsIssued 100

r .1 tongue '''bite or parching. Our exclusive patented .. follows: ? 1 '
process <_...rl Hrh.*l Fmmi.K ;
cuts out bite and parch. '. C Powell sal. supt.___--___ ,1SOOO ,'- 'III'.
,yo <- (lass. M. II J> I__%.-_ ___. 4.on.r ". .
Realize what.it would mean to get set with a joy'us jimmy ,, K iJ-nler, M ft 1> I Sl__u 1I.4ft.< '
: W U Uodwln. M it I' I-.__._ 600
pipe or the papers every once and a while. And puff to J I 8 tiadel. arty for board12.50 ., .t': ,;.
1'renbyterlan ____ 814
church rent .
beat the cards 1 I' Without comeback Why, P. A. is so Hl-nUun-. A Uulce. rent. ___.n__ (00
CuT (II H WO IOMC IVKlKKt t\H\ NOCKUHtTTi good you feel like you'd just have to eat that-fragrant smoke! Thai L.vl Janitor ach 16 .' ___ '* .00. ., ,. I
Miss Albina ____ fllI.OO
Smith agent
> T01ACCO R. J. Reynold Tobacco: ; Company; W-lDStoD.Slem, N: c. U B Wood all. attend'* officer16.00. S
rieo Chandler, Janitor sch 108.0O '
rtkea Phorlgro. offlca work_ .. 1VOO KePtRltfbt r. ; "
u _" r I' Hander. rent ....... .. ... 4.00/ 17
MISS WAGNER'S MUSIC CLASS and Breda Whaley, Barber.ongWJeruEhy. O II Yowell Inc' eattl. .- ., -0..i
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R .T Brown; ."1'\1'>,s a.-l) 1-. k6: f0a1.1
GIVE CHARMING RECITAL -"BarcarolleEvelyn. Paulk.- I .:Adah C... Wag- .Rvana._te ch..r. _sch1..._ _dtuL-" :
"In Maw," Geneva Koberaon. lot.... Alreenla 1.Il'I''r, set 1__ Itu.OO: --eflavor-'lasfs(
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ner."Shower '
(A) "The Charming Shepherdess," of Roses" and "Evening Mi'<* Eleanor Tfj.i < >. .> i I JrUSn,
The '))upll. of Miss Maude AlleeaPJ"r' '"* Eleanor Rosen. Miss t nnle V.'hl'onrrh L1HI 00Miss &
W (B) "First Waltz, Alice Barber.I Song. Hxlle n Coopo", srr, 1..:.. ton ftoMls ,
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music clan entertained l I Duet-A( )) Song (B) WalU,- "Bell inthe Valley. Ufuise Bar- I'nttle Martin, wh 1.I'M 1JJ .. H
their parents Monday evening with Evelyn paulk. ber. Miss Margaret v....,... ach I... RO,00
'charming. recital at the Hart Memorial Patti Waltz "Duet Misses Maude Alice and Mrs F C Bryan ach 1___.-.-- 80.00 .>...-
i I Breda Whaley. I Ml.. Lola Lawler, ach 1._. .-::. tO.OO
which at
reflected credit -- onapprevsl" ,
great Adah C. Wagner ____ elded to take Bo action until the Gf diamond rings : )
"Barcarolle by Mathew ,Iartha Miss Lillian Prentls. sch 1 SO 00
onHhe pupils and the teacher as well Hodnett- During the social hour Eleanor Miss ClooVooldrld r ash 1__ 80.00 next meeting: In the meantime the Paris bland' 'from ; a' / w.l.r: la.,
for a varied program of unusual I Rosen and Geneva Roberson gave Miss Virginia Tiller sch 1. to.00 'board's attorney was asked to look Charleston, in less time t.han. ;.either:
merit was rendered by the little peo Duet-A( ) "The Dolly's Lullaby several .entertaining recitations.A Mrs F C Rdwards, ach :1 '"':, )I (0.00 the.: and m' ,n thought possjble.llenc : M'
i ., : + the law_ covering case, ;
pie after"which the guests were serv* (B), Geneva Roberson and Miss Mrs J W Trammel. sch 1. 8U.OOMlsa up .,.'theres* ayounC-Wom.n to .
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Craella Overstreet. h 0.01Mlav report at the next meeting c.
ed with dainty tea and cakes. I,Wagner want ad. to the Valley .Gazette oulse Thomaaon. ach 1. 8A.OO There being .no further" businessto the West, and.. young man >in the
The Programet7n Song of the Bobbins Geneva II Miss M C Bryan mett ,1 ___:__ >(It.ou board Southeast who.are far happier, aa.a
no ; Church" Eleanor Ro,,- Rohi't son. a'Omt1AniPd bv Alice will rent'your" spare rooms' MI. Lillian ) *le. .ch 1._.._ 80.00 come before the board: the result of thin emergency wrvice'of,
Mlsa..:Medora Russell srh 1_: II" OO adjourned until the next' regular
-a--' I Miss HOth Clark sch 1 1<<1.00 meeting on Monday' May 6th. the Red' Cross.., But then, the Red .
Miss Edna Hchwelkart-----. ._ DO.OO / Cross is 'organised to meet emergnview ;."'i
t1.t Miss Klon Oulce ...,h 1._.;.. O.OO .. ..
: i vAnd'her .
?.41;; 1l& .{ l..2 ? ;: Trouble Ore.1; "
xxC ,;if1 :gy I Miss Emma TowellT scJT 1 ....w> O.OO Hla Stomach : ; Is 'r.ctolent-ef. "
t i. Miss Nellie McQuarrle,.*ch l_-. 'ftC OO, Barker Creek something. ,
1 John R. .B.ttle. ,
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: : Miss Fannie Addison ach 't __. 6500 orange blossoms' from the' hostess ttf:
Mrs C N Kdrls. ach_'1 .-.....- 6600 Mich.: .writes -"I was troubled with the Red Cross Reat'Cottag" "t Camp. ,
% Mrs.Khoda Lucas? set ,....:,_ ,, 66.OOMlsa heartbum-1ndlge.tlcin and liver complaint Pike. Ark. 1 ill:.. .,' . \
.4.( L'.f. Myra' Hodges, sch 2 .._ 6600 until I beganusing' Chambert .
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:" !; tI Mr. C A Bailey, sch .10 _____. 6S.00 trouble "One aviator" she V"wanta
r.", N H Dullard, sch 15 w 17.60 t Iain's Tablets then my was' to'bring his girl. out here to't. mar*,
f 4 ( 1j : Mrs Laura .. sch "fi-:---::-. 6.OO: ov.r.It you are troubled with indigestion rigid in the Red Cross_Cottage(by an i
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... Miss Kate Canllnirer. sch 16 .. DO.OOMlsa or :constipation give thema
he if discharged .
-: Mertle Fischer, Sch 16 .. 80 OOMlsa will do -" Army: Chaplain) as soon as
trtaL.They good.
: Mary Florence. sch 16 .- 8O.OO: you ,'and the first thing he-watrU. F; ,
Mlsa Katherine Bhadoan. sc 16 80.00 to'do after that is.to. 'sign.up for aear's
Miss Jessie Doollttle. sch 1620,00 CUPID'S NEW WEAPON:' '
... ___ membership.: No wonder wMn ,j,
Mlsa Lillian Ida chlS SO OO
Miss Btar Paisley, ach 16 .... '80.OO IS A RED CROSS BOW' out with clear-eyed. boys, .. .like.. ;I
Miss Fledanoollltle... sch 1550.00 this to back u ." **"
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Miss Lottie Doollttle.. sch }6 ... 60.OOH Paris Island, 8. C., 'Wh.... mo.t"rookl.1fj I' I .
F Hadley. sch 20 _____.}.- 60.OO Eastern *
Pearl Johnson sch SO _ 46.OO marine-from ter RAILROAD MAN GIVES GOOD
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Melissa Roberson sch 19 .. 46.OO ritory go for their Initiation into .the I
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FT : Haute King, sch to ..'_..'.._..-. 46.OO service, furnishes'an ..x.mpleof\ the I' ADVICE.. ,
ll. Miss Ola Campbell ach SI 60.OO
-- novel use to which the .American Red ,
: Miss Mlirs-'Lula Lula Ormond Ormond, ach so 31,10 11 .da.. 10.OO 6000 Cross is .put'by the .hods of Uncle )I '"Sev.ral'yea", ago' I 'was. under ;,

L L Jerdon sch 40 _,-.___-'...- 16.OO Sam 'who look upon that; organization treatment of a stomach specialist, .. ._
Cora OauldlnNT sch 5.L.: :- 11 BO aa literary The Greatest Mother in for''5 months';;three ,,,eek. 'of which ,
Mach Bro., trans.; 'pupil., 10.OOKlsay .
.. the:"Worli.! "If ll''mother-why nota .were spent; in a hospital.: Another1itom'ach
Wat. *
Lt. Co. ach4Va-- -t' 1< '. I+"'
t : W B Maklnson Co., supplies C-.' 1.*o matchmaker!" say they. ?rr. rd.UIt"told'1urf-ha4-gaU '
Robert Keldel Co. repairs. .... 916Lupfer Ai young lieutenant'>of' marinea at stones aD : i,operation, .wa*: "a';
y Prather sup. e a asrt.. 10.86 Paris Island wanted a diamond ring necessaryI''did not want ..to bar

r I, rye, t H Vkiley ft [W Oaaette.B Drew supplies Co.,. (orma.Zw 8.1111 8.00 to send to a-younj?" woman,, some this. .I bat 45 pounds ;:-in ,,weightTalking ;.. (;,,,
F i+rr i' 1 KI..,. Tel Co., rent *........... 1.Z6 where in the general direction of/the with a breakman ,k;. t J El Baas, wood ...__......._* 4.00R Rocky Mountains ,who .had-well, it told me of May?. Wonderful Redd.d;
4 ) t C'' K K: Towel Beail.n pay'mt. to Ency... '_..-- "i4OO was all settled but; for':the ring. dy and since,,.taking it !..have;' gained fJ. .! .

# Rhoda Luca.ex. sob conference* .__.- tn.I1Mra There -was nothing resembling an en 1ft', Ib*.. and am. feeling fine. ':': I.am. ,
C It Breaker labor '*; material'' 0.-onOaoeola eagementring ia Jh*..vicinity of Far.la adviaing,, othersto try. it*. It Is ,a '''lJ
Hdw Co....Sup. .-..:.4 17.75Wat.ra Island.',8.' C-. ring around the simple, harmless :prejlar'&t1onthat'

ArC.L'17 I A n Carson.. frelirht-Z.-4 supplies \;'.....-i., 167 16.11 moon I' .oceaaicSnal1: ,,, butt that', all remove, the catarrhal mucus from,, .
Btate .Bank.. Intereat on loan -.. 14.11 The. marine officer couldn't get i away, the1nteetinal.ltra i and allay: the /
Ptat Bank paym't onMote.4000.00 to the nearest South Carolila'me., inammUon'which causes practical- l]
Miss Iva -Nlswonirer,: sch .Jl.. 6600 tropolis to make a selection, ; 11' ,.U. stomach,' liver .And intestinal
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J U. Cooper, labor ..-._:_..-., '.00
I Central Drag Store su pllea,4 I.TI The 'Red Proas Field' Director. at ailments,'including appendicitis. O.. i,
i1 Oaceola Motor Co, repairs '.*.., 10.1A Pari. ,lIland 'waa ,called ,in as father, dOle will convince or money rofundedL< '
I D Rotunda wood ..'.._......*..., 1.00Roy confessor :f! ""You''"* .jnay. have .your 3..-a Robe "on, and druggists everywhere . ''k
--Oravea'' serf-Iocs, ........ '6.80John choice of the finest in ', .., ,
Bronaon, __.... '.110 a day or two, ;_. 'J .
r.f.alr.
J' K Bincletarr. 1.1J said he to the lieutenant..True to his fw1Subsgribe

,i : Miss Bmm-Tyion;umbe.----t- IO.OO word.\|h. Red Cross man had a tray for the ..Va yCazettg'i
t Mach,Bros. bauWjHT: _...:_._V.' 1-00 "
"tt ____ , LLRNw1F..6. ._. "le : : '.'..' -;;;:;; .'';- , , r
Rhoda' & & & - -
I Mr. Lucas? lIeh'l .... 10.OO 9 V"VV9 '9 99' 'O'O "O' '
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: t : -I IK Miss Myra' Hodrea. ach" *.,.. 10.00'
.. Mrs O A Bailey ach '10 .....*. -:'0.410 I '
,'" . F R Williams, supplies _.-.,- *.'OWilliam \. ''
: ').i' Davis,,,trees, ..ch 1* .., to.'OChaa ,.... 1, y I \ : "
t I"'l. '. \ :,,L.71.- $. at.g. Dy-M of5ar.'eta60.23. H V-mm*. ;>> . r., '' "".',
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II Miss.Iva Nlswonirer; ach U:. 10.00 : '.
amu'S' .n' '1 MlsaVlra; NUwonirer.' sob 11... 1600 R"
NarcT os.ee'Lum.Co. :jumHr... 7.21 S.FLOyD
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... '. I Miss,: Jordan. rah 411 :-u____-- 10.09
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M w . a. 5. n. 101.. a r... .. rt
:: eJ Mrs Carrie If Kdrls!: .._ eh-6-"_- .-1000AA"Knlirht'sfh '
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1. 100.00Mr. -
:: influence i ; A A'KnlgM, sob 11 ,...... 70.OO ''. .'
: :your . Sells! Bonds Phillip .Bros., aupplleaj 106 1 '1. -,
.1' ; On,.Lottle Fund, pa'm't on'loan ''Tl .." f; \t" t
_... Mrs Hoff. aoh IS .__.. 6600/ ,
' . t ; 'fI. M. Jk. 4te .. repairing' well 10.00 '
a. e. D. N*. a !>.... -' : "
1 :' campaign thu"kind''a ': :Miss Bdlth NlsWonsrer. 'aup__ S.15MU - AS Groceries and ..r
1 aebieedout. ,
J 'f I;; The success of a ',pf. ; ,onlypartiilly I) de the : .* Edlth, Nl w nK.r. sch If. 18.00 .. .4.. J.... d

: .,. -home, for nn hour ol, t kintf> nd Jecturin<:vvon't'" wkyHa'man.urquickly M' will one Mr.
minute of hls-' col ferg persuasion. :. "pr"w i /v'-' "_WTrv rI .-. ;, "- .:1:, the board and ,presented ''a written \ ,I .,\\1'" .. ' ,
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; hh use Itj loos "". ,,r--, ' ,.- for he dald out for "
had 4
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e' .-.. DVkto> yr.'DliertY'Loan\COiillJ1tttee '':= \ '..: discussing the.matter,i th! board'del ; 'e' '

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BCKT THE'mSJMMEE VALLEX( GAZETTE; FRIDAY; APRIL 25.' 1919 :

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. I 'FULLER. IS. QPTOMisTic: ... Atlantic. Hotel

., \ , __7' mm* n.cm the 'iacfis.avlllq: V ..
-- e REGARDING TrtE: FUTURE All railroad tlckeaofllea'Ya Dulldlne
i "' 1 .. seater of- ever" ,tAlne. All me4ern 1m.
MUi L ' ....r... I preYementsr Flrt sissy In veryptleultn are
Rate, one anoni.tl to-
I (From the, Tamp Tribune.) at every:characterAt: Kissimmee II.SO; two perion. ".(11) to ...ao.Bllth
,r '1 W K. FHUler? optimist the. Alclass bids were 'opened' last ;week. for the ...10:'to ia.6o: two pea"le. .Ulil) to'13.00.-
.m._ITHAMK- PEAR CID Prop." ,
%-Tampa booster during thirty building of a butkhwd'around the. ; ;,
N R 1 I years' n idene .-I,,"' south,' Florida's lake to cost 985,000 and for r city-:

.. i metropolis', -returned yesterday froma >> owned swimming pool to cost 5000. the following amounts collected; Gen

I IQ four-day motor trip through'... the The state highway commisionl-;May enl licenses $53.50; auto licenses '
: i counties of Hillsborouffh, rinellas,, 1, will call for bids to complete, the $2.50. and polls $94.00. .

Polk Osceola'/ and Orang.. Heis'/ull' two and three-quarter miles of brick The! county, depositorys report ..
f'a. of optimism and enthusiasm 'accumu' highway 'south'..of. Kissimmee. This showed the following b n.n't'In thevarious .
: i )gated from close ..observation of i conditions 'highway, when completed and joined funds April 1st, 1919: '
existing in these counties with' the Hillsborough West Coast
J .. road the Pinellas Bounty line, neneral Tlevehue Fund _____4,194.911
.. across
He
,_ _ aaidfr!.: :. ,. Fine and'! Forfeiture Fund __ 1.J1MJ
- "fields all will1 enable 'tourlata"atBellealr" to
Ia-theyphaphiti? : plantsare 'I Road and Bridge Fund._____ 'EA85.At
1 THE 'I' making'additions1 I iAi: C. L.pant leave after breakfast by motor arriving Hnrolal' publicly .Fund _.____ 4T5-5
: at Pierce building a 'largepower / in' 'OrJando for.luncheon, taking ;'Tick eradication Funil ._.,___ zJHard' : !?..U!
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in all the wonderful drives around Murface Head -.- caste
k SM'OOTH'ESTSM'OKIN'G house..The International company : Paid'.warrant. w..r.or"...<1 !-
'at Mulberry'' engaged in extensive Winter Park and returning to Belle- ed from *h* vm-lou fund, air-follow a: v
: improvements," Ttae Phostph :' air in time for dinner. This, highway neneral Revenue. ______._--J.Il7.4S!|(

:; .te-Tnininc company,, aQ; Nichols traverses five 'of the most charming* Tick Fine Kradlcatlon and: Forfeiture I .'_._::::::::::: 2'15-JJ:!8i-J2 -
/' scenic counties in South Florida. !
-q,and tHV Lakeland Phosphate company Road and Undue -- -----rJJ'JJ
TOBACCOfXHEN ', at Lakeland, are- swamped in "The. Florida Asphalt Block Compony ' Hard Kurface _______.u____ 11,278.02 .c.

,work In'fact, every phosphate plantIn Plant, engaged in the manufacture The following and orderd Mil paid wore: oicnmlm-d... ''TAppro""d

this is at speed. of blocks -the Hillsborough ..,.$ "
region going top on A FR...... cominjiialoner It" ,
I 4\ ,.... ... The output of phosphate for fore1en"and county contract will soon be running.. John Partin. comml..loner __. no, '
i . ., ,. domestic use wilt be limited on 'day and night.', Material is now arriving R'L B H OuVSiv H Oyeritreet"commlanloner. commlT__ 14.O'i R."J
.' t' ly'by transportation:and -labor facil-! at the plant at the rate of ten Krnet Mach cnm-millalober on __' S OO
In 'order to stimulate _____.__ 2"RI
ishin' I 1 ities. can daily. Pat Johnaon. attySHI
I want _____ ""
go Morrfr 'Packing'Company J -Overitreet.. clerk .. .11 II.
: "At Bartovr the purchases of cement w. ,.re making
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T Juilne __________ 2R 0">
Murphy ;
** of"'Atlanta' is' clearing contracts good for the life of the Job.We. W R Crawford proat+* ____ AA.23
fish> thai bite,' and tobacco. ground preparatory to 'the :building will guarantee against-"decline, M M Javena, county- aicl.- __... I001"Ij '
.- houw.iAnd the riu 'at which the contractwas H Ing-ram.- car of Jail, ____ 12.ft"
of a'roilUon dollar packing
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'' ., .J' E Baa. Janitor/ -'-
that" n't. .:. . ta. this locality several other made, tor I seA no "H Owen, maintenance., u_m in.onA
) plants are soon to be Erected;,. .possibility otP decline in the price'of M L, Ch-" cy. ____ 111.00>
1" -- Big Enterprise.t Locate Here.'During building material in the ,"'.1' future. Mra J B t.-".en. ,___ 111.11"
___ Ron>
; . _. .1 ?g.1 "' the.past,'week, in Tampa All rock plants are taxed to their Mra Mra A L, Rlmmon Mahle *' -__ N.Ol)

_.. '... .-' ------.1------- ... a deal -was closed !.whereby.. -.-lar-Ee.,full..t..capacity. There! is..wonderfulevlopment Mr*. M_Bronaon __ __u__ son
commercial enterprise ia 'soon' to be everywhere. flamuel' Montadoca. _n_ 6.04).
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v located on .the water from coating'inround i New Marbalade) Factory Mra Amelia M Smith .' ____ Ii.1111
figures,'the.;. 1000000.' 'I| "At Orlando yesterday I ..was.shown Julie Jernllnn v .___ Fran
"B te in tobacco either from __ ,
comes fi011Jana
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I am not at liberty to. divulge the". through- new marmalade Mr* Jlncy Padgett *' _-- B lilt'< '

;' name of the company at this. time, I|factory, operated by the 'Standard Mr 8'Clement Wilson ...- I'lt' .
poor leaf or wrong "ripening: but in substantiation of my statement -',Citrus Growers' Ex+chaoge.- Theyare' Nrs Janle John --- Ana'
furthermore' '> ____ Sort
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wm: add this'I; am now making'up their sample R O Lilvlnicnton
____ R 00R
in possession of' inside information :lines And their' entire output: for Frank ICvana 1 n.
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: We: use for VELVET "only the' finest Kentucky to the effect! that two more similarcommercial ;the coming: llea.on. already has been fl M MrClvlland- ". -_-. R "'1
enterprises will soon join sod) or will be sold in European :. nn>
rte d 18v1veatar .--- ROW .iJ'
But wo'don't there. I
Burlcy. stop< the river front colony. Moreover countries. In Chicago packing houwee yetis .Colllnajton 0___ Inn<
from direct sources 1 am informed I they claim to extract every byi Mary Kiner ____ 1" ni!
Tampa will secure, within two.i product from. the hog with the ..ingJe C.I. Bandy pommllonjiWalker. __u__ !Awn H6 !

i We [put irullipns of, pounds of .this tobacco away r; months, commercial m.lUlfacturingInveltmenta -exception: of the 'squeal.! In the books. .Krnnm to county ft CoKwcll.____u... BP./R
in / in number and Orlando] marmalade factory they Western Union moi."ici-.. C1Kly !
every .year, wooden hogsheads, for Nature to size to make.ufrclent we are dreani- utilize even the pulp and the seed of Tel. Co., rent _.___... 7111
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a: patifcnUy ripen and mellow. ing. II the orange and grapefruit. This 8 Water W Porter A llBht.rout Mirrti I InqueHtWennerHamyer. _. __ 1 Iq! <"">
'. "At Winter Haven the' Citrus concern is planning to build a new 8Ul|>pllr' __ *.tl n
'Ir- ,Growers' Exchange is planning the packing house, in dimension 400 x J F Walter. locker Ml n

'+'' L -T.h6re are quicker: ways, but they leave some building of a dimensions'new packing This house association 286 60 feet, to take, 'care of its fruit Vallpv N W :Jlfn lacette./'n, dlalntretanta-blank; _. 42 el no sn
60'feet in
T x business. Valley O setts. leical nntlciWivtern -*. 47 nir
; teetti it .. .- --. up to last Monday, shipped I I "At Ocala the stock farms operated Carson, aupplle .__ /R '
and Oaceola'Ifdir ('n., .upplt 371*
boxes of oranges grI'PIf'fruit --
241,000 by Arrhour and Company and by "> ,
(-Mortlmer Co., fert. to PF. 74 !
during the season, and exp.cU.from Monroe and Chambliss and aeveral Nat. Banltary Co.. Ala: .. . I I" no -
,- The VELVET way makes h every indication heat season to 'other companies are' thriving as they C n Kmlth. maintenance _ ann '
t.., ship 31 o1>,ooo boxes. In Polk county, thrived before. I Pit. Cloud Tribune. pta notice 1 12 "n"
have predict
the friendlier kind of tobayCQ never K <1 RevCnolda, *urv,*yor ..._ I4KK7.IS
milH6n boxes '
:- next season over one i within ten years, the cattle and hog j,"'m 1 Ag rbeq oomml,,,aluna 4* ,
. -. ---- : ioti canaways! of citrus fruit will be packed and crop of Florida will be worth $300,- F J IjovelL med.. tn ,'RUI..r., .. 33.25 v .,,

y gp to it for coni/orl vitnom - F'a'' shipped The Atwood Manatee Grapefruit river :000000. Today all .banks in south 1 If Hallon Ii 'V Addln n. .Ih, .ew.. Machine i. n. ter. fmnks Co. _. 3nil '('infcs 4 .. _.,+_

r company at Manavista, Florida are .'bursting their vault.monerin' ciao I> Barnard, r..". book Soil on
"come-back. .
a this season shipped 85,000 boxes I with fact, 'is so T M Murphy fader 'Juv.. ..t, I'<':.lia .
at $4 per box f. o.b. currency .T I. O\-e.ratreet. coat Mch.. term 24 68
** !plentiful the bankers are fending to W B (Crawford convlotnn free ra.00Bank
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s; r k t;t:. : Oct c h"u'rri rii y 'with, + y tii'. ri' '.,1,,, "Everywhere Bulkhead I find KUalmmee improvements the banks in New York." pass of Saint Yroll Cloud, M/irrh, wit-term..' no ..,.. '
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x C VELVET" todsi :,. t r:' : .-, P HI..l\man. wltneHaJ ______ __ 20ft
s ;? : Y' ,'S ,
a. yt I. Ragman wltnemil .. ._____ P.no/
.. solar Engineering & Const. Co. for onded by Commissioner B. li. Guy H Tnrram. coat 101"... -term__ U.4S
e estimates fil and cartvedr-- A I* Phillip, wltnen. _.. -- PIN< >
as
work completed per .
''tA y 94e s a IzR edA.; C. L ()t. for freight on material I I The clerk presented all bills on the J 1. C If Orlffln.Inaram repair coat' Mar.____term.__ ____ 27.4 ns JO-

t $358./ 9 for 'said road district.Til- tick eradication fund ,to the board M P Tlndn II, road work __ ____ lane
/ tf ; j ;,i.kh. so warrant for $33.25 to F. J: tqvellfor .for some disposition there being inefficient J" K' Rlnjreltaryroad! work ___ 6(1.( nV(
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!7 y ''{ 'i'' medicine to county paupers;; funds to pay such l hilr!. O C H'I-.ram.W ABhton. teed upt.I prloner irradlnK 7S 8.4O no

., State Bank of Kissimmee for ''PPY they were passed until arrangements Will I Freeman, road; work =:::= 2475 .Ass.
IJ roll of Mr. L. R. Farmer on the St. could 1 ta: made for pIt; ment Jim Clemona. road 'work ___. :247112.no ' "'

It J,. t' ,, 'f 't r Cloud road for March $1,015.73; J. '| The clerk read in open'twed letter Ocar Osceola LaaNlter Ildw. ,Co.road, auppllea work______ 8.SO ,

tJ \ F. Walters for cabinet work for from Mr. G. K. Arms, state en J K 8lnaeltary lumber ___ 25n.RMYcr / ,
clerk's office $b0.00; Dalton Adding gineer in which he- advised them Simmon. road work __ ll.fto p'

II 4k a 'Machine Co.; for "machine! 'to tax, assessor's ,that the state was now shouldering Waters A Carson auppllea, .._. S14.IOBB.2S 83.1e
M111er-Jnekeonirglrl' Co .up
'' Roll a.VELVET office 30000. ::'the road to Loughman and that they J'H Baladen. road work.,,...,
Mr. Farmer asked the board to would also take care of the) -road Owen Lanier, road work..;:... jno.no "
i. CieantttI '' for front the city limits .td\ the county A R Thomaa. 1 pair dog .... I5.00 "'
raise in his .
} him wages
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y a .
l Rive O H Tlner movlnv. row _...., .OO .
VEt v.r.s INI..t......<< ', the reason that he was acting as sue line north, Orlando road Letter ordered C. B Huckfey; road work-...., 'A 87.1S
N .. .. ... .." ..... ; .11.5G I'pervisor of. road work in the county "filed. The clerk also read several H A- Hunter road work ....t IIn.9S'
., rr ; ..... if jwtt, .,..,., ,., t, and also taking the place of an ex-;:' other letters addressed to. the. State Bank, Interest ________.... .125.00 24.00
L R'Farmer, upt. roads
S
e .ia l , 'perieneed.man in building hard roads,, board that ,iwere ordered filed' pan Brown ifuard '. :' BO.OO ri
etc., whereupon Commissioner E. L, I The clerk presented bill from the W Wooly, brick Inspeetor_ I 1nnn0
.. : amade motion that i Florida East Coast Railway Company 1* R." Farmer, mule hire_____ hit oo +,
(work. He then referred 'to the D. Overstreet a 'I E..rlfl..d.Cypr....a Co, lumber ]144.7.1
_ ore the board .now'Mr. Farmer a salary, for repairs that they had madeon Sand Co.. Band _. __ Pn/n ,f;,
Lake Weir
;I f I r i c f I, I igins l contract to shovr that their of.-fl60.00. per month. Motion seconded i fence of right1 of way because of Oareola.. Xidw. Co.. cement. __ __ 65T 111 y
Proceedings' of tlie County Commissioners proposal called for the overhaul of,' by Commissioner B. H. Guy i damages, done by, the ,road/contractor. C Buckle, potatoes to I* O. .. 17 RO ,
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-p.- .. one cent per 100 feet eta Mr. Carson J .' The matter of settlement ,watt I>--ppfer- Prat her, .repair SX 49IftH ,
# I and carried.; __ KIT ;
. ihn' Canon aupplle* '!
',) theneuggesbedthatthebardftletheir ( ::' Mr' Haay'A Hunter appeared before I referred to Mr. Reynolds.. W n 1takln.on.Co. material._ 94.811\ Ii
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'The Board of County Commhsibn- Over.stretJHl; : L Overstreet 6rai instructeuHot.drlve -attorney's opinion) as. matter th..tiOard and'presented a' bur 1 Mr. L: R. .FarpHer cam abefottitJleboard fto., CUy. Mrs- Co. Wl. brick.. 174.f!4 f I I

,era .of r:Osceola,",County,,Florida// met a welt.at sald'vatA: of- record and that they -authorize ,for'certain work' done eon the road '' and asked them to -pass ..rei- CO TlnerT'ifa, and oil________.. 115.0

in regular 'sesion on. April 7th. there ,DJI!, R'ThdeWearertbt new counts>>' payment-of the amount .claimed for from the city limits to the club hou"l olution favoring employment of AOL-Bank Ryy -pay frelgbt roll ____ 1.015.7 I87.CRState ;,
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being present-A. F: Bass, eha,rman; demonstration agent: for". p'aceola overhaul Mr. Love representative in: the sum of $80.92, and asked state convicts on public roads under There sins no. further Euglneaa tqe t

.", E. I* D. Overstreet. Ernest Mach, county,:-appeared before the board,, of the Bond Company being present I I warrant be allowed for-.same -board I th$.supervision of .Security officials': .board adjourned/ to meet In .p<*clnleialon I
a the ICIh. to receive bldiron
;3obn PartlS'and B,H.'Gny; coirnnis .nd--aner-meetlnao-thmembera-of aajLskedifJjeihoughJL.theterjns. seed. April
ordered-warrant-drawn- Eesojijtion: .. contructlon of dipping/ vat. _
'-40. aionera :pat Johnstonattorney for the board"made: i good talk along of the contract had been changed by also presented 'a map .fc'Mr.; C.\: ', 7okn-e31i'f&iis before'llm ;--- r

/ the, board, and'J.'L. Overstreet. clek.' the lines of what1 h. wanted,''to do any action of the board to which he necessity of having1 a ..J4r.-nunter.1 board.an asked th.t notice for: bids Worth Trying.If .

?i, The Aboard was, called to order by for Osceola 'county 'while.he.i: was replied he did not. CommdSaslorasr canal between Shingle on dipping vats and .vsult-be advertised : "ii.\? ',
w 'T' its'! chairmanAi. ; F, Bus, .and-'the serving as' agent ,*'Mr.. 'Weaverassured '' B. 1{. Guy then made a motion that the-lake age .to-protect the lands: in that In'the St. Cloud Tribune which you are troubled with .lee)>1eas- x

,; minutes of the' regular and special the board ,that it was his!'de the amount claimed for overhaul be 1 i '\'He said ,that he thought heMd'get request was granted, and the clerk'. nest look to poet diet. Drink-no teaor' p

; cessions of the'board held in March, sire to meet all'the): > citizens of the paid motion seconded' by Commissioner I jdnlty.' as .much as 5000.00' Dr. instructed to"deliver+ copy. of such. notices eofr..for a' few' days and take
read.and'approved.." : county engaged.in farmilag and stock. 'John Portia, ami- carried and to be, Applied thercjau No to Mr. Johnson j\ one -of Chamberlain' Tabletsimmed ,
-Commissioner' B. Hi;.< Guyreported he -be''' of, .tlfc Oroueher,ordered drawn. icy latelyafbr .upper to Improve your
raising-that might ; showed
.
: v ion taken. -4ii.vv! : x The tas 'collector's: .report
a was tablets-
r.
also
that i,there'-was ja 'D 8' by the ..nameofCUC. greatest assistance to.the... -- J Iteport of. Mr. Ordla-Bass, bf. "MTJavens 1 :Instructed ,thettclerk iigedlon.Theee causes

; .' SknitK down' at?Kenansville Mr. S. U ,.Lupfer appeared before ,. and the report of the Peninsular advert' bids'.on construction of ::.' '6',to itenatd .- 'j irentle movement the bowels.They i
for; Cured. .
} .., ; PBe ., are unsurpassed for constipation.
who .was-ia '' and motion that he of.trade'ofKissimmee filed with the board.' a' vault, county money f Atd ;.u. .-
the board made-a .nd
board ,ad'!' up'';to 10 a. m.. May 5th. Alaofo :. BI fa '" ..... \\1-.. ..., :. l
,be allowed $8.00-per month maintenance deed them that the;'b ard '.of .trade I I Mrr J.B O'Qninn'appeared ..before construction IS vat.; $!, .u.- I..,.... P ___ " .
: motion.'seconded by E., 1..' CXOverstreet Intended :'to''. ask the city, to.requestthe1county'to the ,board 'and naked them to determine"what > bids on JL.m..AprilCo'mrnjislonerlBJH. ......ease tb. a I"rb II Subscribe..for...the" ValleyGaiette..L.r."i .

; and ;carried.. 'I co-operate in'the eon: they would do ..about'I to ,,lie. received, up"e ,to 10.' ; ", + .>. . i --- yrG

Mr."" I.v J: Stewart,.came before th.'I st ruction-of .the'mining!: links ,In the the painting of the court honee, he ,26th. t' Cut'..ked*the ...

', board;; and)\ asked ,.thatthey refund' roads leaving the c ty(> and ael.mdthe Bed to do the' work,furnish I, \ faave the!road from"Turkey "
the amounts i.paid'ip-to', .' count} by [commissioners' Cotisider thamatter ,.Ian mater and labor for the said of I board to KenansvilU as'

,, y tthe I Shaker Colony, for'tax") on cer- ,' +worked," request .: Ni '

1'<"tam'. lands that were i assessed backor of trade 'insisted that'the' Orlando Guy mad. a motion that lie be''1q- logn.as; '.possible.to"which.work;would be i 1 1r

./ 1917 taxes' $61.60 ..difference road be repaired.at one* ',''strutted' to .do ',the./ work --Motion I the boafd'agnedthat ".' I :f .
stccount >.f bond district milaga-,Com. Mr... C.-, Jr, Lambappeared deletethe '-seconded by Commissioner, John Par lone. as' soon aa possible.-askedtheboardto ,. 1<
'._toner B: H. xGay- made emotion, board and insisted that the board tin and airrled' '17- l Mr. I*. JFarmer' .

that atvoncher bedrawn .:on 8.' R. &', construct : a 'vmtwest "Carnpbell I|I The matter of, clearing'the moss culvert the' put railroad.,r In .;ot company'tolave the stockpens'north'.of S,I

i t. B- district .No.,2..for'.qeb.amount..as Station,,:for-the reason' cattle had.tQ from the' trees around 'the ,. court I a .whereupon the .
a refund to the" Shaker Colony. Motion -I be driven about'.ht miles to be dip;.house 'was'called to the attention, of town to'write the Ry. ,

seconded by L Commissioner .John ped. Commissioner' E;, L. D.. .Over- the board;. whereupon, Mr. L. R. I :lerkiwas instructed be done .- <
such'work
''Partin and'carried, ,, ; street stated that >as'.there were other Farmer was Instructed to clean trees Co.: and in.l.t,"that .
"'. ,Commissioner'B.. H..Guy called attention ,I"''Va" 11eeded worse than that one as soon M*bo"cOuld 'get ,his; crew to .t -.rata clerk f and read In

: "to the necessity establish* it, would have to' be passed for the lt. / tf j. The.: : .presented the Florida II I i
board letter from
inc.the pub1lC"1' ad right of.way'ton present.'' ',Matter passed.Mr. | Mr! R. 'G.i, Reynolds presented*11ireidmate pen a Co. in which '

.. the St. Cloud-Melbourne, road, and .I* .R. ,, Farther, reported. to theboard of work'completed on,S.: R East. 'Coast Railway allow the, .county.theise ;
atated that the Consolidated' Land that some'on*'had driven over *"B. district No8. as f olio ws|:FlorIda hey .greedto, .

Company bad agreed to grant a"l1ght I the.n.wly 'constructed road before Jt\ !;!:ng.,& Const.- Co., 384.48; R.G. of' their" dipvats.yCommissionerBf made_ a motion ,f r S,
,rt fway through theirlands, providedthe and L. >D. Overstreet f
; opened condderabladamagt
,was Reynolds surveying $133-50; and 'for
board the-;propoSaland'
th accent'
county",of Osceola.: will.establish ,had !:been done whereupon the board plat,, of roads, |14.8Vor.; .which thetrommiuioaen hat t agreement as "
gates and cattle guards- along.the instructed the clerk to put a notice' ordered ':"::''vouchers, th.t they'sign.
said road where needed' After .eon- the that resented .W. the Railway} Company: 1
advising- public drawn.
the paper ;,, '
discussion-. ''to-the. advisability Motion seconded bt. C9mmlnlonel'Ernelt'Mach 'Princess' lr ,
atderable laid 20 a"
caught'driving over years.a
pne"
such ,: any ,:'The 1iot1'd'lleo instructed the clerkto d..ct.tfled.: and agree.Upon ,;
of accepting proposal;: ;
I road'before it was declared open by draw -vouchers'on S.,R-.D' disitrlet. -",, ..
,Commissioner r'ldac, >4-. m.do.a ldr Farmer 4 would\I' be f prosecuted. ;; No.: 2.. for$$14.796.27 .to .PeninTbsr5tM ncnt.jigned.. ;; J coinD'lI..lobeaLEi "
...... ,.2DDtionthattheboard accept the proposal rTha board took>.recess unil ,11:3U., : ;motion "ofr "'"- u dlst'n \ 1 t "
f .. ,'which motion'':__ seconded by ..\V test Mach, jeonded,by Commission r t ;w and Itfar; Wlltitd, hoe I \
Commissioner' John Partin and ear-'' -VThe board-reeoiHrened-at 2:30p. tmWere . *)Wttteua -: er .Eo' Lr- D.I 1 Oven\tied;,and carried ptt t0 M Lett naM.-:.
being "present a 'full board. ; .CaldlB ttOTTlMntlMVVeJilWM t 1 .r' '
(2ied.and.-the' dlatk'warinrtruetd to th.- clerk': was instructed Ho! notify 1
1 notify: th.'.eompan7.'of-4he: ,actiori .of Mlr.. C..A.Carson appeared before / nttst W nave BW Heann; oowiftB J "hI'En:, IIr.. ,,Ocd1q 3 4u1 to, complete the vats .\ tt

the boarder" the: board >n regard;to the allowance durtiic to a 4 JIdhln,: low under* construction#- and then. to
.
--,Jr... C. 8. ACree''appeared;w'I before for.overhaul,charjre to\the' Penlnsu- 'WbiDI K yieondmona"IafItiUCrIi: .*'-'. .i......mfc-. atop for further orders., ?. .";" t ."

the board'aDd stated That the"vat at tar Engineering .A Const. Co., andPUflDted {: t. ,; Upon a motion ef .iCptaimlssionerErnest :>Ii
.
'. ht place had not been aupplied with a claim for same on the St... yet, . ,alibipo;, ,wtcWaa the Mach, seconded, by Commis- tt fw baw..neale.bl.r.uu;

;water and insisted.that the board' noud, road .cUatrict No. '2. [: WIIIf! .. ., '!
have,i'..well-driven whereupon on )II''. Pat Johnston;attorney tor'tYboard'twd OR"-. ..III QI TONIC:,. eJf'rir.' .''IIfY 1.iaatnactecLtoDl O t4ixlt- ., 1 { ,J, :. +
Motion -of Commissioner John Panin, hia opinion in,the matter .tAe' Syteenl 0old tiw: ,**Zir.ak'.L.H: for twplipvat larlalisaraayawa s a.stea.eenp ,..
_eel 2 N.! tt ad the eaitaenetid #or.lSm.7. : .' .' rl
gne ;, which ""'J ofidKeQti on" .. ala.ar ; 1* ,
i .. ... r : ? ,1 ;?. ,.. .:.. I Commiasi ;, ..11.: l .,.r0.e .eflart1aaptMot wts.ar.w ava +
.. i"< Rilrilq., BwM'at tMMf (Mr. Canon then :read several'documents -ep" .made a '...u.JI: +HM I" mt Ceelel.aa01a1peleer w al rr t. ,

..... in reply thereto, one from tbiAfatiaasa Rii. eprN : "' .,A. ,reaoI1IIti :,:&1faY b dlaktit li. "fJ .1 tie
....a.a PavingCo..to the effect/ that. "' tIet d !
.. -.... Nfx !D' .U 1M & \tit: arad' oti'' a'a.'wiOrx'QItlek: +e : .

; : 1rI" JJ .' jo &" J4 .a8lnoaheolntL. aEdict.-_ :t: ten }IA X, >.telgla') COIF! Motion! 'seci J- I ...,

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---- _.. jj; .ThE,KISSIMMEE'VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY, APRIL 2S,, 1919' ": 1'; 1'N


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: : FROM tie HonbraMe T. M. Mur hy.. Ju4f. of Fugteen' (It):' aid .It of 'frsetlenet't.: ,
KNoJcKs'oUrMiNH THE STATEMARKETING :M MOSQUITOES: ARE' said Court, as Judgeof- Probate. fn c I I lSCti0gt'V'Iftepn! Oil; .1* In' TOWN. _
INOTEs . my final dl.char.Admllll.'r.trix SHIP TWENTY.NINE (Sim SOUTH _ _
of tbe estate of Emily O. Tatfqsn, deE OF RANOII: ,THIRTY (I") 8\IIT: '
I ., BUREAU erased: and that at Ihe sam. tI", I All of the' aforesaid land oontaiig'in '
; 111EFIRSTROUND' .' will present to aald Court jnr final account .the a..Cft. tw.nt.ft" thou..,
VERYJJANGEROliSThey ..aa administratrix to saul estate, anl. three hunclr.d. and thlrty-.lne
%t-aiTt.. for their' approvaL'iat.d .nd .Isto,.. on..hundI'O. "(55e
'I Every farmer' should plant a* worm, caterpillars, potato .bugs and ..
April IrS A.. !>. 1 Ii5. SI* 4) acresmore -or tees.
Vcm.fort1ni many varieties of vegetables a, grow I I other insect pest tha ravage crops. Civs; Yea Malaria But .Wili....' ALMA. T. MORRlllOrI. :i I..t.Three. (1) of Hrctloit (1) TOWN-. -

relief from pain in hi. .locality and that hla family, It is1 said to be a by-product of ll0'amomo. - .. flHIP TWENTT.EIOHT (I*) BOUTIN' _
's theWbrld'a. Mce. By canning the.urph.ll of the I Southern pine. Ne, 101 ":Jakes.-It, Away;; OF RANGE THIRTY (SO) AIIT, _n- _
'n makes..SI080' > AN. oyPIMAHCB.! lathing. slxty.flve and slxty-thre one* _____
perishable varieties and storing the.I \ 1"11111 111"o( !.....
: Liniment other varieties a continuous supply Th State Experiment station at Billion's of'mosquitoes: will come An Ordinance 'to-Repeat flection! t' of '--L*>tOn* ( (I)

will .be had through .th year. Gainesyille1s'dtr1buting\ ; for this spring from the Jow marshy the Revised Ordinances' t>f lh* .City TOWNSHIP 'TWKNTT-BiaHT (II) .
exper.
SOUTH .
: which watered the Relative to the Duties -tbe'CIty
'TM (famous reliever of .rheumatio' '.-' imental purposes a number of new place were by Clerk. T -". v '; (II) EAST: eontelnlnfralstr; aVofieJch., ,

cbe*. eareness stiffness, painful .,The New Jersey cow .Vive La and promising forage. plants. Interested torrential'! rain in March.' Fifty ty-lcht one-hundredth ('0.") acres,
France owned E.t .. year. ago these peaky "vaminta"were BBIT'ORDATNE1! 8r THai CO(1NCL more or less. '
Pickaid
aDd" by > should _rite'
,
ofj for
mast particulars
pain persons
, ; neuralgic
.
,4 prains looked"upon as a nuisance only OF THE -CITY OF'XlSSIMU'CB: *fit . (I). Two' (*'. '"raii (I)
other external twinge that humanity Marlon Oregon, made a record .. It also has issued a new bulletin ' in FLORIDA. Easthalt of Seotlon On* (1)1

. ettfer from; enjoy its great MIce year of producing- 14,869.2 pounds of I on Grasses, No.. 150. It i ill sent But recent years scientists have Section. 1. That Section. I*' 6f, tS. Township Twenty-nine (It) South of .-
because it practically never fail to milk with an average of 1,031% free. *} found that. they transmit malaria- Revised Ordlnancea of' the City pf P.VE? Twenty-nine (J') East;. Lot.
relief. pounds of butter fat. This beat and that it is transmitted in no other Klsslmmee. FlorId., of December, lit. (H. Two (S) and Six (I) and the E..t'baIt
comforting
brine speedy I I .Williams' No. ,101 Tonic is 1915. relative, to collection for, water of the Northeast quarter of 8eo
Always ready for use it takes little the record of Sophia's Adora, owned The velvet bet; ; one of the fine way. and 'light chores by th*. City Clerk tlon Twelve (IS), Township TwentyV ." "
to pmuiraU without rubbing and produce by the Airtdale, Farm In Maine, and crops; in Florida.' It produces: a vast a recognized specific .treating' malaria bo -and the same; l. hereby S'eb.ale4and nln.' (S') South, of Ranne Twenty-nine "" '
and is (It) Baeti! the Southeast
vault Clean refreshing.. At all drug transferred the championship quantity of leaves and ,vine., and an being used extensivelyand henceforth. of no fore and ..ft't<('t. the Northwest quarter and quarter th..hut"of
in the malarial The City Council shall
stores. A large bottle meant economy. the Atlantic to the Pacific froJ acre plowed under will add -practical. tions.successfully..It contains Quinine.which sec 1* adopted by a majority of by Its resolution.members half of Section Thirty-one! ('SI), Township '"/ ,
"" ly a ton of 'ammonia besides much have the, authority to Twenty-ela-ht (II) South of -
appointwater '
deadly to the malarial also I na"",. (SO) Rast: the, West '
germ; Thirty ,
asked and lIght
Have the collector for the *
you ever ,,humus to the soil. -It will yield from CUT t ICisSImm. halt f' the Northwest

of Seo
quarter
. Iron,, which strengthens and invigorates ..; to fix hi. salary, '
department of our state agricultural 15 to 30 bushels'shelled beans to the hi. duties and- fix Pracrlt tlon rive (!>} the North half .the1'
college or university at' Gainesvillefor : .,acre. Writeto the State Experiment the body, and .Magnesia, which bond with full power: the amount to dleOharrresuch of his Southwest quarter, and the West he If c'

advice t They can tell you a lot Station at GAinesville Fla., for Bul keeps the bowels regular and heal. water and llghticollector, far nclect of Northeast the Southeast quarter..' and .the' -' R' (
thy. It isa good 'general 'tonic: and of duty or for the of quarter. .of the $Houthera;
of valuable things that would commission
you Ill'tin' No. 152 entitled "Velvet Bean!! quarter of Section sit (61,1the) West
I bottle of It be in any acts which In the
should home
like to know. They serve you free. Varieties." It is sent free. a every Council wou d 01'111101of. the half of the Northeast quarter, and the
} warrant his dismissal.
in a malarial district. Get a bottle Southeast quarter of the Northwest
When in trouble on the farm .write .:.. 'I QEO.
-"- \ from1 .dnisr rlst. Refuse to sb W. FOX. quarter and Lots Two (S). Three (a),
tc? them. _. : I Don't plant Jut potatoes or beansor your < ,. ATTEST: President. ot tims CQuncl1. and four (4). and the North h.lfof Lot, i V
..:.- turnips. Be certain that the va-',cent any substitute. There' is 119 ( J. R. OI BERT, CI..rk. On. (1), of Section S..elf) ; lots Ohe..;...'
SIC .
ottiipr/ medicine like it. I ADApproved U') Two (5)). Three (8) '
The farm agents pf Florida counties rietiesare strictly first class and - --- by *V. J. STEIP:!!: and, North half of Section and Nine Four' (4)
(9):
are doing good work. The .farm'I that the seeds >are true to the variety fj.'St..- -..!.ta-yor..of_the City- ofXOTICH KI..immj. Lots One (1)) Two (12). Three ,(. ) and "
er" who does not seek their advice Is'name and are vigorous Like usually'I i 'Board of'TradeMeeting OR"MASTKIfS ': the North half of Lot Pour, (4) of
''. UlS.Notice : .
missing suggestions worth while on I I,produces -like. Poor seeds usually % Section Eight (8)1 lots Four (4) and ,
Five< (5) ,
and
the half !
-
West of. the
_the best of farms. The agents know !yield poor crops. I Is hereby"arlven. that under Northwest quarter. of Section Ten '-
what is going on all over their counties end by virtue of a certain. decry mad* (18);iall In Township Twenty-nine
E. S. HOFFMAN, M. D. and the country generally. I A herd of 6ft holstein cowsr at and entered on the sixth day nf March. (S') South, of RanireVFhlrty/ (SO) East.;
AT1919.. by !
Honorable Rhydon M containing three thousand anil seren-
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN ,Kent. Washington; sold at auction Call! Judge( of the District- ourt of tyflve and seven-tenths (1,075.7) "
Eye Examined by Regular' Reg. Beginning April 1, passenger rateson I not long aero for *45.000. They belonged To-Night.: Let's Go the United States' In and for the acres. more or .less. .

istered Kbyslclan.: all the railroads of 'the United to J. Von Herberg, a motion ... Southern District of Florida*. In Chun. Also all of Isitt One '(I) and Two ".
I In a certain (I) of Section
-- cry cause therein petid Thirty-six (II). Town- '
Glasses Filled. States were put on a flat rate- -of 3 I picture man at Seattle. '. Inawherein. Georgia Farm Loan ahlp Twenty-elirht (8) south of
., a cents a mile, regardless of what they l Company, a. corporation etc., ...01'oth. Range TWenty-nlne (It) East and all
Broken Lens Duplicated.l era. are Complainant.. and of Three .
have-been in the past. Wheretwoormore il sRwill Kls'lmme Lot (I), Section Thlrtyst ,
28 W. Church St. Orlando, Fia. railroads between A feUhs"O( palnt'andVarft Cattle-. -corporation< carry passengers do wonders in a house. Old fur'niture Is defendant. the undersigned. iis--Special .. outhr' -of- -Han are- --Twenty.nTne-, XKasU .,.- -
the same cities going by different -i and the walls can be made to Master, will offer for sale nhd will" except commencing at the .
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each road sell at public outcry to the highest Northeast of '
routes, began to corner Lot Three (I),
G. F. K HI BBS A. AkERMAN charge 3 cents a mile for the actual look nearly if not as good as new. I and best bidder for cash before the run thence South to the Southeast corner .
II Western door of the Oscedln County: of said Lot Three (I)I' thence
W. J. STEED length of its line between the two has of Irish I Court House, In the City of I.alrn. West fifty (10) feet. ; thence. North
points. Heretofore rival lines have Canada a surplus po meet. Osceola County Florida, within to the North tin'* -of Lot Three (5):
KRIBBS! .
AKE.RMAN AND STEED as general thing charged the tatoes. The 'province of Quebec reports 400'ARTICLES the. leltsl >.....u. for public sale on Monday thence Easterly to the point of beJrlnnln. ,-
a same '
Attorneys and Counselors at ...t... about 20.000 bushels. New the 11th 'dl1) of May A' P. 1819. ( .. The said described. exc.ptlon'belnllr'
,E- KlMlmmee, Florida.Cleaeral rate the notwithstanding the differencein Brunswick in 918 produced about aaL3. 400 all the, following; described. (yroperty, reserved. for the purpose of constructing -
distance traveled. situate, lylnsrand being: In Osceola thereon a tramway or rail.
rartlce. I. all Stnte.and United --t- 10,000,000 bushels. The Importa- Thd 'PICTUREs , i States Court. tions of potatoes bv rail into MaineIn EA H'I Lots One (1) Two (1). Four M) and by included. -
I _' The California producers have developed 260 in Febru- the South half o( Section-One ((1); all Also all of Section Thirty-two CM)
the principal of co- :>pera- January was cars; MONTH of Sections. Two (S) and Three (Si I except the Northwest. quarter of the
.; W. B. Crawford Lee Jarral) tion to a'very high point and farmers ary 205 cars-in; March 264 cars. The all that part lying Kast! of th* canal Southeast quarter of th" said Section: '
CRAWFORD A retail price was about $3.00 a barrel. I PCItUUIIMItCIIA.UCS MAOAZMKLEGAL of the. South half of the Southeast all of SeCtionS. Eighteer (15). Twenty
JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW will
, everywhere do well to watch progress But that in this ..roe sae.s IIY AU.s.awssaLLa quarter of Section Eight/ (5)) ; all of (201 T..My..wo (II). Tw..nty..I.ht ;
t developments in that state. potatoes are' coun- 5.. ,w p o ...4 trio So, Section. Nine (I) ; the Northeast quarter UA) .and Thirty (101' and all ot s.c-
On The other hand the try. AMt= the Southeast Quarter of the lion Thirty-four .11 being' in ,
public :
Office.: 4, 56, and 7 Citizen owner- tou :? rriEi: ti'ETt.evtan ::=:: ;:: Northwest quarter and the South half Township: Twenty-elitht$) Southof -
ship movement has been developedto
of Section Ten (10) ; .11 of faction. Range Thirty-one (11) :East; contain- -
Bank Building a very high degree in 'North Dakota. In 1918 the United States imported __- Eleven (It), Twelve (12), Thirteen Ins according to the United States
Klatimmee Florida This is well, for the rest of the 68,281,000 pounds of peanuts from S .........L.. _coeMliJL -. ... MS), Fourteen (14) and J; Fifteen' "". Government. Survey four thousand 1 '
, six' hundred thirteen
five
and Sixteen (K) ; all that part ot Sections and and one-
Asian follows From '
countries.
' o nation will now have a chance to as : Seventeen. (17), Nineteen ((19) hundredths (4. 06.18) acres. ,
: DR. W. W. CARSON f-tudy the results of two systems sodifferent Japan 49.642,593 pounds; from Chi- j and Twenty. (SO) lying/ east of -lite ('11. Together/ with all and singular theteimemente i'

DENTIST in method though aimingat na. 9,184,034 pounds; from India, 8- nal; all of Sections Twenty-op (II), and all hereditaments.appurtenance thereunto riparianrigMs . I
- Twenty-two (It). Twenty-three. (5*). '
the end. 453,379 pounds. .
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same belonging or In anywise appertaining *
j Twenty-four (*4)). Twenty-ftv (III
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Office Pilley BuildingOffice
over
: and the rents-and issues I
---- thv Twenty-six (16). Twenty-seven ((17). th.reof..
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Hour.11 1-4 nd: ;;::; and every rlsht title or
. Experts from the United States Manv farms' drainage. That Twenty-elwht/ S8) and TwentynineIB or equitable, of the defendant the.
Ofti 'Phone
, 1(1 Residence Phone II
Qaa Administered. for Extraction oi Department of Agriculture and from I,it pays to drain land there 18evl- y east( ): all quarter of the the East Southwest half ofthe North said Mortgagor/ of In and %> the same.. '(
Teeth the War Department will begin dence. Tile will do the work whenit It being the Intention to Include all
,. a of. the Northeast quarter the of the lands known as the Canoe -,
r., series j of experiments.. in the South is put in right. Hand ditching is east quarter of the Northwest. Creek Pasture, located In said Osceola '
7 LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW- in the effort/ ip utiliza"p werfut1 Tia'rd toTheatir the work isdone JDVERTISEMENTS.IVOTM'H and quarter. th.. of Went-Betlonrh1rtyonr., half of the ua..t..w County." Florida. A
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gas: that was used by the American j::right. Machine ditching; however, is all of Sections Thirty-two (IZI.) Any bid peraon at the-er sale:eorporatlonJntendfnstto must deposit with' '

army in the war in "Europe. The gas j,,generally cheaper quicker and the Foil. PUBLICATION.Department ty-three (SI). Thirty-four ($4)), ThiN the Special. Master. a certified ch.ck.pay.bl. -,
will be used in attempting to destroythe I work is done well, if a reliable man -. ty-five (M) and Thirty-six' (54) ; all to his order upon a bank or. -
of the. Interior U. S. Ln In TOWNSHIP TW'ENT'T-KIOllT (J*) trust company .of approved standing/
Waring Building.rat cotton boll weevil I the boll I the
. ,_ _pink does work. .uuu_ _ Office at Gainesville, Via., April MOUTh OF RANGE THIBTV (30) In the sum of Twenty-flve Hundred ,
w EAST. Dollars before aaldsale,
4 '- 19.. ,,1fIt ($1600.00)
f
1 1 All of Lot TwO (S) lyIng West of the amount so deposited to be credited -
.Jofcnston o. p; Barrett ROLL OF HONOR Vivian Floyd, Don Oliver, Geneva NOTICE Frank the public road .11 of Lot. '1'111'." (S) upon the bid of the successful bidder' '
JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Miller, Irene Spence.Sixth Is hereby given that and Four (4), all that part of the and to be returned. to the unsuccessful
\v. Am.es of Xx3URhman. Fla.. who on Southeast quarter of the Northwestquarter bidders
Grade B. May, 1?, 1915. made Homestead. Entry. lying West: of the .public road CHA& 8. ADArR.: -
The Rebekah Miller, Mary L. Snod- No. 013X87. for HWU of Section U. and all that '.p.rt of the East half of! Special Ma.t..J,
of the Klarslmmee
? Office. 10, 11 and 12 Citlten Bank following pupils ,Township. 14 8. Rang. 17 E. Tallahassee the Southwest quarter and all that P1. t. L'Knule., Carey V. Landls and
Building public schools have not been grass. Meridian has filed notice" of InteaI part .of the Southeast quarter lying Telfalr Knight Solicitors for Complnlnsnts. .
' absent or tardy durirVjr the month Sixth Grade A. J 1 I tlon- to males Three-frear Proof.t to West of the public road or Section 1
Klsslromee. Fla.CflBSOU ending April 11 1919 and have madean Eunice Rivers Katherine Moaeley" estftbllsh claim on the land -above de. Six (I) : Lots One (1),- Two (*;> Three. '
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.('rtbPd.. before Clerk Circuit Court:, at i OF BXBCfUTOR:
Seventh Grade-. (3) and Four (4). the East half pf time OTICBl ,. _ _
averagre-et ninety per cent or Klaslmmev. Fla.. on the Seth day of Northwest quarter the, East half of v' (Far Fi... .PI.*........> -"- -

more in their Utudiea. ..with _JUlLJaaathan Elizabeth- G..: Moseley?- -.. !-_Janet- !Mar 1919. the Southwest quarter the West halt --
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eighty-ftve' subject, and Graves. Claimant names 'as witnesses: of the Southeast quarter the Southeast la C.mt4 .t C.mmtr Je)..e. Oaee laCe >
, any R. A. ".tt .n. of Loufthman Fla. .. .. .
Seventh Grade A.Katherfne quarter of the Southeast quarter, > .,. .t. ( rieirldeu '
not less than ninety-five. in 'deport c.--F. Pace, of L-oufrhman Fla. the West half ofthe Northeast quarter -: !. re Estate et LewU ,H. t.boaa. '
"I G FDBJIIE8 ment. Miller. H. W. Stark of LouBhman. Fla.F. the Southeast quarter. Of the .
First Grade C. ,. Eighth Grade B. ...At QauslnfC' of L/ouKhman. Fit North....... quarter, and all <. ttiaY part Notice Is' hereby jtlveiv-to-'whom!: It _ _
Grace Lester. ; ; r- -.--. ROBT. W. DAViS.. of the Northeast quarter of .he Northeast may concern that on th* Seth day of ,,
Osborn Wlnn, Charlie Vernon, Leroy Eighth Grade "A. ' ' i..i----- ':- ReglBter.WOTICI5. quarter lying West of the' public September A. P. IllS I will apply to _ _
Sylvester Earl Queen, Paul road of Section Seven (7); the West the Honorable T. )(. Murphy. Judge .
Milar Simmons 'Billie Par- Katherine McKay Winifred k Den- _,- half of the Southwest quarterthe of said Court a. Judge of Probate, "
SELLS Eugene ilng, Zelma Bronson Genevieve Southeast quarter of the Southwest for my final discharge as Executrixof : :
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tin, :1. J.. Griffin, J.. B. Bronson, Russell Notice. Js hereby; KlveYi that .th. quarter, all that part of the West half the estate of Lewis II. Cohoon. deceased _ _
Swain, Albert\ Roger.; Clifton Doering. :: Board of County Commissioners of of the Northwest quarter lylna- Westof ; and that at the same time I:
Accident and Bert Dale Billie Smith High School Osceola County Florida. will rech.". the public road all that part of the will present. my final,accounts a. Executrix -
Life
: Fire Oliver Harry First: year: Dorothy Miller, Helen bids up to 10 a. ,m.; April 11th. 1919. Northeast quarter of the Southwest of said I estate, and aak for
Dickey Warinp, Richard Hartnett, 'Ames". Ion construction thirteen dipping' quarter lying West of the public road; their .pprovaL '
:: Health Plate Gla. Liability Joseph Jeffords, Hazel Miller, Her- I vat*, bidders to bid on vat. In groups all that part of the Southeast quarter. Dated Febluar" 11th; 1510. '
'Second year: Dorothy Denning. .. follows: lying West. /of the public road of Seetion SARAH A. COHoo.
Miller Doris Keen Lola :Peak
mone Third year: Ruth Campbell Edith Group 1-Orangre Hammock Lewis Eight (5) ; the West half of the ll-o-a-m-tm. -- 8xN.trla: .
i ? and Boiler Insurance. Joy Maklncon, Matilda Diets Louisa Miller, Percie Oliver Alpha Westall. Johns and Crabgrass: Group ..- Northeast quarter, the southeastquarter ,- Iiqtyricn
Muller, Lot Whidden, Margaret ; Blanket Bay Barber Hammock,-Apot-: of the Northeast quarter the or IBXBCBTOM.CmmtT.,
Whidden Carolyn Griffln. Fourth year: Burton Ames. le and Six Mile; Group 3 Fertlo Pens. Northwest quarter, the South half: (Per PIaeI '"---) -'
Legal Bonds Executed Log Cowpen and Pine Island; Group and all that part of the Northeast - .....,.,...
Pint Grade B.Themmetra 4-Math' Roberta, Jenle Bron.on sjid quarter of the Northeast quarter lying l.. Ce.rt ef _.'? J.d*., "
Nicklea, Lucil. Gilbert, W* are proud of the confidence doetor corner of Lake, Orans and Osecola' west of the S public road, of Section Meeeta. .ts.. '*( ,F........;r J 1'
: ; .. ,-Same Day Needed. v Margaret Turner Lon Tyson Rey* *, druggists and the public have Counties. Seventeen <1T): all of Section' Nine- '
Drlggrer OawmJd in 666 Chill I I Vats to be standard alse and to be toen'lI; the.West half of the Northeast !.-re Be t.te... JtaaM W.; Ully- _
mond Dayion Lindsay and Fever Tonic.-.lAd! ,
\ ) .completed within six weeks. from date quarter th-Southeast quarter of Notice la hereby given, to all whom _
John William
Fall*L Drtrsrera, 'of eentract. the Northeast 'quarter, the: Northwest, It may concern, that 'on the Hat day ,_ _
Lassiter, Nolan Bratton, William I I The Board reserves. the right to re- quarter the South bait and, all that of A,' D. 1U 9-1 shall apply,to theUonora1bi -_ _
: JFfICE: Bilk'BllJjjlL.. Lmntv-GHreT-Carson. .* ' For,_ Rent-Two furnlsheJ flat. fact any and all bid.! art oi the Northeast quarter of the T. U. Murphy' fudge of said _ _
,I. J. 1. OVRSPREW1'rClerk 1baastQuarjyIng West of the Court, aa Judge of Probate for my fln-, _
First Grade 'A. c with modern convenience W. B. of the 'Board, of County Commluloners. public road. oT Beollon TW""t.0n.' ..r'aisera'ra-'a--.cutrt--.t-tb.- _
Annie Lee Bass, Eva Cooper. Beo- It-It. (II): the West half of the Northwest. of James W. Lilly deceased and that
Hani; GazetU"offlc : --- quarter the South half and all that
88-tf. th"same"tlme""wHiVreaeiit mr tla.
Naomi at
ale : Hampton "
Johnson
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Slade. NOTICB.; part oi the North bait of tb* Northeast al accounts as Executrix ,f said ,estatv 1
J. W. THOMPSON Bowen, Carl Clark, La Baal, quarter lyingWest of th" public and ask for their approrat -,-

Herbert Bass. Notice I. hereb given that the road of Section Twenty-seven (17); .Dated ;Vebrua.1T. Uti. A. I).' 1.tt. I'
Second Grad. B. I Board of County Commissioners of all of Sections Twenty-nine (St). Thirty '- 'ALICIU WILDER.
NEVER HEARS
THE .(SO) Thirty-one. (SI) and Thirty-
Funeral Director Lillian Hammi.ck.Mary Oaoeola. County Florida will .receivebide l-a-mo..<-mo*. Executrix.
Doris ?
Goodman. to 10 a. rn., Monday. May Bth three SS); the West half of the
up ,
M. Hanklns, Alma Shutnan, 1019on construction of a fire Iwoo& Northwest quarter the-' Southeast NOTICE! or ADMUHBTHATOH.Fe _ _
Elizabeth .Steffee,' Maryarec, Yates, ; ALARM CLOCK NOW vault for records of .Osceola County. quarter, of the Northwest quarter the ( Kl.al DhiiehargS.).'' - .
of
all -
Southwest: quarter that pert
.'work -
ANDLICENSED Plans and apaclflcatlona on -
-c Charlie Bowen Emil Duke, Howard of Clerk. of the NorUieast. quarter lying Wait of 'ed',
can be seen In the office .. C.mrt t Ceaatr JaJgv StatS _
Fall HIS SLEEP IS SOUND AND REFRESHING the Court. the public road and all that part of n....... 01. CJeo8..y.
Second Grade A. ORE-1 Board reserves. the< right to rd.ctand the North halfof the Bouth...t quar. -, "
EMBALMER SINCE TAKING
y Maynard Paulk.1 Mamie Turner, and all bId.. ter. and all that Northwest part of the jJortheaatquarter ly. !. re RefaCe e f .. '..' ... Addis.Notice. -
CO THE GREAT ROOT AND '_ J. 1.. OVERSTREE'J' otth. quarter .Is hereby given. to all whomIt
, ,, .. .. Louise McLean Edna! Williams, Ruth Clerk of', the Board of County Commlssloners. InsWest' of th* public rosd of Sec.tion that on, the'-10th day. ,,
may concern
8torund St.wart.Ay. llratton.Clifford Chapr HERB TONIC.. . 17a..lt. -.1. Thlrty-flve (S6): all In TOWN .
Chapel Joiner, Henry SHIP TWKNTY-KIOHT (Si) SOUTHOF of September A. I) 191'. I.shall applyto
man Billie Hyatt.. Frank Schmidt,' RANGE THIRTY-ONE un) EAST. the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge -
Klsslmmee, ha.M.TILiER.. v AI. Rogero Almon Page. "I was terribly run down and in ..- C.sjr'.lMste ., FleHds. .e.. All of fractional Seetlona One H). of said Court a. Jadg of l'robate.fr
rath Jadlral ClrreK. Oiweelsi Two (S) and Three (I) : allot Section my final discharge as Administrator of
Third Grade B. a low state could not
nervous sleep
.4..9... ..!.. tV !. ...... ; ; I 'Cevsity. !. Caaaeery. Four (4) the East half of th* Northwest the estate of Sarah J. Addis deceased :
Cassie Partin, Mary Yates. Josephine had no appetite, and could smell my - quarter the Southwest quarter, hd that at the same tire I will pres.i!, _ _
Grjffln\ Montelle Lane, Ella own foul breath," declared Mr. W. A. The Waters & Carson Grocery Com and4h.Eaat-bal.f.8eetI04s--P-vv-44H. ejs.a.-.aid'-eaurt'mySda1 accdunls as"1
Jennie Schil- o pany- :-CowplatnntI: the Northeast quarter of the Northeast Administrator of said estate and ask'- -
-; Quirk. Geneva Bowen, :: Beck of Ronte-Av-Box-3ir-B, "Jacksonville a---.corPnrarn "
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quarter of Section i'IJov..n' (T> < for their approval. -jDaUd _ _
I der. Harry Lee Swain; Carl Ledbet- Fla. T. t. Curry and \lola C. Cjurry hi. Lot One (I) of Section Eleven (11)1 April Snd. A. D.' 1ft.
; : Real l. Estate! Agency ter, Frank ,Krrtt' Stanley' Chapman, "My liver wftsjilus shjj nd.I6t. -1ru:.: and Charles P. Dow /andCarlfteirTrewrin" the fractional Northwest quarter, of D, O. WAGNEB.l4i.4emn4nio. ....i 't'

. .. Koimn GranamFrank' Key, Foster ten had--gIddy spellsbad taste in '' '.-- .. ''"t.. the. Northwest quarter of__ fi..tlonm __ _ Administrator, _ _

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Hanklns., my. mouth coated tongue and spots ; : -"
) Realty bought and sokL It appearing; by. affidavit appendedto
I : Third Grade A. floating before my eyes. My kidney the bill .. filed" In the above stated I I0 ,
Houses rented. 'Annie Lee Cleckley, Evelyn Paulk, were weak and 1-had dull aching cause that Charles. ,P. Dow and Caroline

, --4.. Taxes paid,and 'Title verified ; Geneva Roberson, Mary Steffee, Ce pains In my back. After each 'meal H. Dow. his wife, two. fton.r..slden0'of the. defendants -- "' ''.-' .
herein nsmefl' are .O.
for non-retident: ell Whaley" Charles Tyson, Kather- my stomach Would begin to.swell. the State of. Florida, and are residents ...... .' Gr D".D: .. -
Franklin Edward Alice it Massachusetts, .,' ., ,
like .of
in. Waring, ,, up with .our gas, and feel of the" State ,4
;( : Fire. Life and Accident, tal. whose. address. Is 10 Stat. Street -
Barber Virginia .Harris would burst. Seemed like I was full and ;: '
J In the City of Boston State of Massachusetts i' 'i
nrance. , Fourth Grade B.; j of fire sometime. and eachare over the ace of : :
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:,". .. Indemnity Bonds. Hazer Hirtcel, Clara Sue LedbeU "I dreaded for night to come, because tw_nty-OflS years. It: la therefore ordered ,. PRINTING' :/ '< 'Iv
Sarah Duke EI' Lou- I would that said non-resident. defendants . '
ter, DtA.,Quirk, could not sleep, but :: .

i I ."_ ' "_'_"_" ." "_ ice May. Rufus SuM Richard' Holts-: roll and toss 'from one sid of the be to'the and are bill hereby of complaint required filed to appear In- ... ..... .

,1'' claw. Edgar Beeland Herbert Sch- bed to the other, and when morning said cause on or before Monday,' the ) ." .

weikart, Alvin McCrannie, Charlie came I would be more worn out and fth dar.of May. A. D. m*. otherwisethe : '. .
. $ I Thomas Ray Thomas. tired than when I went to bed the of said bill will betaken '
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< ,, Fourth ,Grade A. ,\ night before. It Is.further. confessed ordered by. said that defendant.this order THE character of your printed matter, makes an indelibW'La.: :

: *Alexander- -Akerman.Geo... Lee. "Dreco has stopped all that though b. published once aweek. for.four consecutive . $. -feed _r La4.ponthose who see it. More people'
FRESH FISH Singeltary/ Elsie SchUder. Marion Even the alarm clock fall to awaken weeks' In the Klsslmmee Valley -
Qasette. a newspaper published In uCliaa-th character and; quality t of product-yar utodatEnesaby -
Graves, Virginia. Bowen, Frances me now, for I'm. sleeping so sound. paid County ana St._ gsge your _

,r-AND 1Wley. The copstipation U entirely relieved; TM' April. Ind. 1919. that.th D by any other one thing. Therefore the '.
.:. __' -. Fifth Grat.. B. nervousness gone, ajidmy liver i* I I ..1. L. OVERSTIIEET 1

Catherine Denning,' Minnie'...:...Hudson acting like a plec. of W -oiled ma, (SEAL) Clerk-CtrcuU-jCourt i need fpr. the right kind of printing. _

i OYSTERSSIMON Julia Ledbetter> Christine IfIl1&YJ chi ery. I can't say enough in praiseof Solicitors KRIBBS. AKERMAN for Complaisant STEED. l -ltNOT1CR. I. .

.. Ethel Owen TIn.. -ScHUder., Youi -thi great remedy Dreco.", I Our hobby it good .printing-not fancy fuiiy .printing-but _

\ Johnson. Dreco i* made from herbal plants,. Or ADMINIBTRATOIUFe good printing with character 'quality and bi.L--tL.: right'type,
FlaeilIa ) ,
Bliebarge ,
Fifth Grade.A. which act on\the .vital',organs in a ( _

: ;'Dorothy': Bullock, Resells Cooper, prompt and pl.aiing;manner .and restore -I Ce.r. ef C..eiatr-Judge. se.i.tIleriSa "righniock.. right illustrations-all blended into strong.'dignified' _

MARTINPhone 'CoIds Ciisp sad Ia1a, "' '.their .healthy/; aetion. Oseeelaire C..ty.. whole-the kind that'will make a g Sd .hstpressleii f er.,...
0 All progressive druggists throughout "'
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r. > Estate .1 BasJIy cCanca; ,
'r' -, LbAmt"'omJaa t.ssS.. ,the country now sell .Dreco, and : Notice' la hereby gIven, to all whomIt Give us a on your next job.
"' 'IIMN "'j _ it .highly recommended in,Klsslmmee may-concern, that on the lIt day '

I So ovg.sIw--s.. ... by the, .Central Drug Store :of October A. D. UU I shall apply to .

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tit TEN ,_ THE KISSIMMEE_ VALLEY 'GAZETTE. FRIDAY APRIL 25, 191f ... .
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For some, reason heating stoves ire not, selling ,at rapidly as, they

: did three four months but line- of cook ','
-uL-e---- -L ,. or ago, .we _are handling-a"! :

: : ", __ stoves that can't be beat any where. Of course the FAVORITE ,.

RANGES, are the 'most popular of a1f with lT- housekeepers; but .we '

'I. have smaller .and cheaper .stoves which supply 'the demands in homes

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k' of the Cook Stoves we want to call your attention to a particularly ,

good bargain which we offer in a three-buroer oil stove It is new
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rr 1 r work perfectly and has never been used. We have only one left

Mr w lw. A and if you want it you had better speak quickly, for somebody is \
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X that t the ex-kaiser"was going to spend this summer at the North Pole? .
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: Neither did "'e, and we hardly think he will, neither do we think "

1''*. Ii t" OSCEOLA COUNTY CATTLE UN, PENS READY FOR SHIPMENT I Jhat vou will find a better lot of bargains in DRESSERS" those

, . that we are now offering./ Quite a number of them have already '
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| HONOR TO NARCOOSSEEI been- sold,- and-the remainder will soon be gone. Better investigate

1 1I I Narcoossee [r. one of the moat th-em now.
I thriving and progressive precincts in
k ITr 'Osceola county. In many ways his ,
I A has been shown, but in no particularmore 'i
GASHUM AND SUSETTE.
than in subscriptions to Liberty ,
Bonds and Victory Bonds. In :J
every
I drive so far this precinct; has Gashum and Susette are put of town this week. "We hope to '

I gone over the top nicely, and in the hear from them in our, next issue., '
present Victory drive the quota was r ,
; \ \ fixed at 7500. By seven o'clock on
the morning: of April 21, which was
,', i the first day of the drive, they advised Osceola
) they had sold. $15,000 and was Hardware Co. '
still selling I doubt if there is any -
precinct in the entire United States ,
flint j ntilrl .uViniv n better rA..orii.i s
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y i -I' wish publicity;; to acknowledgemy - --
thanks as chairman and the I
(., thanks of the county as a whole, behind a mask of weeping: clouds. 'i
j I to Narcoossee precinct for leading Gadsden Woman But it will rise. Until then the same
,
I the way. The comMittee, for this l love -.nd patience that hold yesterday ,
1 precinct have been untiring their Chosen To Name and hold tomorow, shine with tender
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.. efforts and of course extremely ef promise into the heart of today I
I r f ficient. This committee is composedof "Victory Vessel' 'have no possession in that unborn
Messrs. S. J. Entrikin and F. W. I day of grace. All else is in the safe
: 11 ill. 'keeping of the Infinite Love that
i I T trust the example of Narcoossee holds for me the treasure of yester
.,' i will be a stimulus to the entire coun day. The love that higher than
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ty and to the state. the stars, wider than the akies, deep
? Very rspectfully" er than the seas. Tomorrow-It is -
.,Nr _i __ C. A.. CARSON God's day. It will be mine.
) County Chairman. j There is left for myself, then but ,
I one day of the week-today. Any "
} 1 r J PERSONS SAYS ADVERTISING man can fight the battles of today. ,.
Any woman can carry the burdens of
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( PAYS. Aft just one day. Any man can resist
I the temptations of today. Oh, friend. ).}(.:
G. W. Persons, proprietor i of the ,
I it f is only when to the burdens and ,
\ .. ( Dollar Limit Store, is a firm believerin c.res of today carefully measuredout '
,, t the efficacy of printer's ink .., a to 'us by the Infinite Wisdom and
__ I means of- selling goods, and doesn't
Might that elves with them the
i' I hesitate to say so. When asked how
1 promise, "As thy day, so sh.n.thy
__
:p he was pleased with .his Easter Sale strength be," we wilfully add the
.: advertised in last-week', Gazette, he burdens of thou two awful eternities
k stated that; he was not only satisfied yesterday and tomorrow-such .'

A cflUMAN with the sale, but was really surprise v burdens as only the'mighty God-'sans _,__ 1
41 141IiL ed, when. courtted up his cash Sat. r sustain-tiat we break down. It '
urday) night._ It went far in excess of 1trs isn't the experience of today that i+
his expectations. He advertised 100 drives me. mad.It lathe remorse for ';'
: '. RECONSTRUCTION 1 pairs 'of .a certain kind of shoes at a sMrs.AI.xender &, that happened yesterday! <
< I bargain'price and sold 76 pairs of: the dread of what. tomorrow may disclose. -
these shoes alone; and everything else ,
.. : I flrtl advertised sold in proportion. These are God's days. ''Leavethem 1
with Him. T
She Government iV LARGE AUDITORIUM NEEDEDI Therefore. I think, and I do.,and' I

? !They come to us dulled; by shell-shock-men teaching trade to { was demonstrated last night that is journey the easy but one day.day That at a Is time.the man'a-That ,
'
.with arms and legs gone-pitifully broken. the wounded mento fcne of Kissimmee's.'crylng need. is alarM'er day. Nay rather, that Is our dayGod' -
l ...i ,itIB auditorium than we now have. and mine And while faithfully t ,
: that they may geton Let s get together and build one asa and dutifully I run my course, and it- ,
there 'a person in ,all this great Nation of ours their feet again- memorial'sand to the valor of our aoldierp I work, my appointed'task on-that day if.
who is not glad to stand up beside'these boys in the. sailors. Arrangement !treat. ot-'ours. God -the Almighty and the U ,
mended a-f be-ft they might be made in bulkheading the : Mrs. Alexander Greet of Oadsden, AIl.loTioatakea can of yesterday ,i
& Victory Liberty Loan, For mark you, part of the debt lake to extend pier* out over the lake! Ala.. will be sponsor at the t launching and tomorrow.i. t'
I ,we still owe is the debt to these fighting Jads who now must can be mended at the head of. a street, and such a of one Of the vessels of America' new I .' u ml.ii.ru- ' .T.> .t, "

,i_ stumble,along. unfamiliar- paths.' --We_must 4 _see_, them_ _'through._'_ ,n.f. -... __ _"-= =- 'n, _. .J a situation Purpoie_nuldbe.:LJVhat.: .say splendid,yon for_ fatUw such merchant marine. Oadsden wa7' one noonrWinterHaventwithesi'Mrs, W.- B.'Harris leaves this after.the' -_. .. k .
4 ]citizens 7 ? f'ten'cities lu llie BUlu r>d rml'Kaerve ;

\\Buy-wtth'all the cash :you can 'spare and with. all you can pledge,, to save. W. B. WtTHERSPOON. of selecting!District the which name won tor a the ship bonoi bj school closing, ,in exercises which her'of daughter the gr ,T"'ar Mlsji, +

'and ; Martha Bell Harris, 1s a teache f. ::,b&'glad for the opportunity. FIRST METHODIST'CHURCH Its large over-subscription to the Mrs.' Harris will return home Sundayevening.
r 'N ,
Fount LJberty Loan: '
} Mr* Greet was '
f : '
- 1100; a. fn., Sunday 'School, Mr. J, chosen by the committee its apprecla- .' w t'r!
:BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS IBUY VICTOR LIBERTY BONDS I BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS Overstreet 12:00. 'superintendent. Uon of her work In Liberty'Loan C&JDoIcns ";

I to the Odd Preaching.Special Fellows, subject: "Friend sermon >>- She baa been active In all 'PEOPL MUST TAKE \
; ' \, " -i "' I ship, Love and Truths by the pastor. war work and, baa four sons In tbearm'y ,
ft ,
-, .
", ,, I I> 2:30 p. m. Junior League Miss Oadsden expects to live up ta
(."<> \\V.: Ilopson, manager. Its record la the victory Loan. VICTORY LOAN: 's '

''f .', \ ...... .. 7:30 p. m. Epworth League prayer I 'ORt ,
* . ....1 ;, "" ,( '. ./ ...... ... .. , ... meeting. Miss Ct,Celia Overstreet. Bonds' For Reconstruction..
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.. president. BUSINESSIf
] 5 ... Four Liberty Loans have been float
INJURE >
.... TH : ;.. ': :::::" 8:30 F
\ : p. m., Preaching
the
- by the
f ;: pas e4_.. y Government to provld "
,: tor.
6Kto . 't..... ,II ,_ t- I _. 7. .*". 7 weapon-- of Destruction.! The Victory
: R. F. '
HODNETT Pastor. Banks Were
'" ;" I t : ,-._\ j. -_ _: ::0., baa been won; the country" Is turning Forced To Carry Whole
..... .- '.. ,_:' MRS. from war ts peace. Now the nation Is Loan They Would"Have No '
*Y -STARBIRD. ENTERTAINED
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... called upon' to subscribe
; once more; 'Money. To-Lend To PuMloT a L +
1 < / AT DINNER'Mrs. to buy Victory Bonds to settle the wai -
I. : \ debts and: provide.the means of car T That be
\
O' : : REGRETS Roy< Starbird \ VictoryLoaji Ilk. Its four,
V entertained a lug through the work. of reconstruction. .
( : number 'of"girl friend-with a lovely Peace must beNJnan'ced a* well predecessors, must be a "people's Ioar "*
_
. eight' o'clock dinner.-afUthe home of i, ..*, 9r. 5 ____ Is especiallystressed by Carter Glass '

;. A '' f <, ... nue her mother on .Thursday-of, Mrs. Lee last, on Clyde ave .< secretary of the treasury; la a statement
week, when '
01 1 i? "No one ever" regrets. having a Bank Account- Thousands-regret plates were laid for Misses Lillian hands'of' the Mighty Love that can to the; public. It' Is not to'be a v

Prentis! 'Helen Base Edna Schwei- bring honey of the rock "bankers' loan," The nation's. business
not having pne-_,.1_.. : ... kart-and 'out and
\ :(J *u ? ; Ethel.Robenon. sweet waters out of the bitterest situation-depends/ upon aa wide, v .,
*,:*! The spent dollar comes not back. Once' spent(it' i is gone for' pent\ The.with remainder music of and the informal evening was desert-the Love that can make the a distribution aa' possibl'! the Vie- ''Ioi. '' +
conversation wrong things right, that can turn 't II
zip i r : good The dollar?you Bank {k; Account at -the Citizens Bank, . :_ weeping into laughter! that can give tory The bonds. I
banks, it b
*- beauty for aches, the garment of pointed out, must be, i
,i is here,for you at any time ,you need fl nd-whHe'you do not:peed it ; ':" TWO GOLDEN DAYS. w, ,praise-) for the spirit of heaviness,Joy left free to advance money fonbaelneaa -
t -- -. ,-- -. (By- Robert J. .Bu ette. of the.morning-for, the woe ..of'thenight. purposes; to the merchants and maautactureralaad -_.:-., :;- '
) -
,r h,; m X ;= it it earning: :4 per cent: interest Why; not'make that tart todayTf" \ '. There are 'two ,day:of the' ? '-- "* : r the farmers. If alt the''
week Save for 'the beautifor;memoriest bank' la ...
':" ,- I upon'which and uboutwhicft :money Ued{.' U loans; to .
: I
;: > n sweet and tender that '
; like the
( ' linger 'government,. it stands to .reason
worry' Two t4re-free'da
t B : ,*, kept"es- 'perfumes of rose in the heart of the that' there .will
S be.
credlylttee.from, fear' and apprehen day that I. I have none left to lead
sion. gone, nothing do on crops, I' "tight ,
; One' of these days is with yesterday. It was mine; it 1* which means.blab Interest money ;
yesterday ratea< aa4
; .. Citizens I Bank: Yesterday, with all ,of. its ,_....-,and' GocJ.Anda.th e 'other day. f do 'riot--worry refusals to,extend Dot...aDd a'general. .
aTutaatfnttxKI frets with all of Its pain and aches, about is tomorrow. Tomorrow with hardship {upon the men who' depend

-, \ .u ., .... , , .; .__ DEPOSITS, all its fault, its, mistakes and blunders aU it* posible. advendtie,. its bur upon the bank to,.....t them la car' ,
has passed forever .beyond the den, its peril*, it*,large promise and rylag on buslaesa area '
'! : agrlenltar*
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i : OF'KISSIMMEE. IINSURED reach Of my:, recall. I. eannnot "undo poor performanc ,-its,.. failure and V* i'i" ._"' i ,t,v' *.
an act that I .wrought '' I \, *
; cannot onay -far ,
; : a', J : : 1riaba.II'-fa be.on4 the.Ma h.of Lieut. Josh Barbers "'
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iTtt bank wit* wifliaf i a word that I said now en root .
yesterday :its
} ta&bilityjuMl. ray mastery a* : home from
deadalltert yes ovenaia '
-* V . All that Jt holds of 5 toy lif.. of tetda 'n'la 1 swd is axpectetf
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