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: May 2, 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
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; : I IMPORTANT QUESTIONS DISCUSSED Sunday, 'May. 4, .7' } .Mothers9"Dayand [ENTHUSIASTIC MASS 'MEETING. :

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. \. BY BOARD, OF' TRADE'/ Victory, /Lan t'1 Sunday_ "'r.,; I .', ': '.GRAYSTONE,:. CASINO. SUNDAY



-Fourth Mrs Samuel' Lumpkm.: .. of! Atlanta; ,, chairman of' the 'Woman's . .' ... . .
of the that there be drawing in The Loan

A repesentative' meeting ?a Victory Liberty campaign ;
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r'XUsimmes Board of Trade conslder- of the :city limits on the east and National Liberty Loan Committee' for"the Sixth Federal Reserve District SIX GIRLS'AND' THREE BOYS' I. received a gratifying Impetus

*bed\many matters of importance Frit'day north sides -of Kissimmee. This has prepared the following statement. on the combined. purpose. Sunday afternoon when the people r,
' night at Uhe city j hall and tblt would.mean.a >' of 1% miles of of the day?. ?3, CHOSEN' ON'CQNTEST. of. Klislmrae gathered at the Casino
t?'::session generally -speaking. was a street raving which; should the .' for a mass meeting. in the interest .of--
\U constructive one board 0 considered, belong to "If I I' hanged'on, the highest t hitl The preliminary contest at the the cause. -
were -
}> Mayor W. J. "'reported that the county. It would also liberate Tb .Kissimmee concert band began -
School auditorium resulted in
Friday
|. the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad had some good farming land' which Mother o'mine, 0 mother o' mine!, < ;'the[ selection of Misses Alpha 'Weat, the afternoon's "program with a '
",promised relief from the present should' : be outside the city limits. It I know'whose love would follow me still fall, Mattie Stanford Jo Makbtson"Lois concertof their choice (selections
': high_rate or speed of trains throughout was proposed that .the limits be 'Mother o' mine, O motbet.o"mine'!-. ' I. Overstreet-- Leah Heuebere awl which 1eft everybody pleased .with
i. the city'limits; from the incon- drawn! in. one-fourth of a mile along '. I '' Jeanette Prevatt for the girls, and themselves, and the world generally.'
.-vonjcntMocking I of crossings and the east,side, cutting out Dr.'A". W. in- tli4 i' Messrs. Murray Ovefat Managen'Woodbock had the open
>, the unpleasant smoke nuisance.: Carson's land and that, on Barbeau's. If I were drowned' deepest sea ..., ; .... .'. "" *'. 'S-eaTS"aYld-'J''J.' '' "for,the Joseph ing reels of' the "Prfc of Peace" .;: "
puffin"
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E. D. Katz and J. Earl Lupferithe"; ,1l1aud. among others/ ,' ,I I. Mother o' mine, Q ipther"o'iriine I P1"r! syr! whO' '' will participate in the regular boys, thrown on the screen'then paused t9. t
On the north ''would be I know whose tears-wo'wld dawn : allow local speakers to tell of trench
membership committee are precis' come to me, ;; I declamation contest which is annually 4
.' cious twins, for they reported seventeen brought down to Oak streetinsomeplaces ; Mother p' mine 0 mother o'' mine! held at the close'of: the school. experiences.' Then later. concludedthe
members to the board of: .which would 'cut out a picture.
new "* '
trade as a result of their short time section including some of the 'Auft- .* dammed It is customary' to select six boys County Chairman C. A. Carson, in
efforts. man and Bickerd"property. If I were of body and soul, and six' girls for this contest but the absence of Rev. O. B.. Falls,,
, ; Dr. R. Thor Weaver, the county'. When these plans were clarified\: . '**' .' I know whose prayers would make me whole - Prof. R. M. Evans informed', the pupils chairman of the speakers committee ,

I'demonstration agent, was introducedto I they met the general ap-prrfvfll 1' 4f i, the I --Mother o' mine, 0 mother o* mine! at the beginning of the term.better introduced speakers in turn; and at e
that work must be done r
will be in previous the close.of.the mad
,- the .assembly and talked of his!I meeting and incorporated f"-" p1IDg. program a very
to'the 'than
y preliminary contest
with the charter. : convincing address urging-every Os-
,,work dealing especially a pro-
association The board of trade instructed their had een.'done last ;year fqr, only cola county citlten./ to the I "".:" '
| posed co-operative dairy support e
The last great act of Cod in creating/ Hit world the making I those who .howed -
.' which has proved wonderfully beneficial ,secretary to write the State Highway was 'proper preparation government in the campaign'
in Pasco county, where he has (department asking that repairs be of the human mother. "Her evolution began when the first bud burst at that time would be admitted Captain R. W..Mciklejon and:Cap'
been serving us county agent. ,made at an early date on the highway from the first plant-cell and was only completed when (the last and even ,.though the regulation number tabs Marlon Carson were 'the speak
,,4 I The feature of the evening was the between Kissimmee and the Os- most elaborately' wrought pinnacle of the temple Nature crowned the failed to qualify. Prof. Evans lived ers'of title! afternoon and their talks,
, + *city charter which came in for a general ceola county gne on the north. animal creation. Nature has made'anything since" ,.up'to the ruling and rather than lower mad a deep Impression on-, their'
I never the established the
standard by
*! share of attention. There seem- Secretary Lupfer was instructed to j hearers. The vivid war pictures and
red to be four items which attractedgeneral communicate with the city council Hhe first element that raised the uman' being above the brutewas school; and as a result only three]t the, thrilling trench experiences of
interest: ; First, that the office I urging that body to be as expeditious boys were considered by the the. Klssimm men who laid.th lr. .. '
of city marshal be taken out of las possible with the matter of street the element of love, and the sacred casket -of that love was a to have bad made sufficient preparation allon the altar of their country) 1
politic. and be changed from an elective I paving and other civic developments Mother's Heart. Mother. love is.the highest and holiest thing that ever for, this event; in the tIme of its need brought! the
't 1 to an appointive office; Sec- | Mayor Steed brought up the mat came to earth. It-is the one thing that keeps the world clean and I The contest will be held on the war very clop 'home to the hundreds i'

.." ond. that the, city treasurer:. be done ter of the proposed park adjoining sweet and fit to live in. MOTHER-4jOV"E-SERVICE-UNSEL night of May 80th In the auditorium who mad, up the audience. "
,away with and the funds be. kept in the A. C. L. possenger depot and FISHNESS-SACRIFICE.! when the medal given by C. A. Carton At' the conclusion of the program'a
J?. depositories. This action would con- :stated that W. S. Potter one of Kissimmee I will be resented to the girl mak-: number of'' young men -passed' ,
formto the state and counties 's winter residents would TODAY-a day of THANKSGIVING FOR THE MOTHERS of ,ing the highest average in declamation .. pledge cards through the assembly; ?
I'contribute $100 to fund to beautifyit andOverstreet Hhe medal! given by J. L. 'for Victory Loan Subscriptions r
methods of hand liner funds; Third a t
t. the world. What shall do.with it> How shall What' I
it?
spend
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that a board of public control be on a certain condition. C. A. Carson we will be awarded to the
farmed to look after the interests of ,, S.. L. Lupfer and W. J. Steed evidence: shall we give of our appreciation of these women who pay one making the highest average .Mrs; G.'C. Livingston :and family'
the people and the municipaly jwere, named a committee to take the, the first cost'on all human life? tamong the boys. left Sunday for "an extended visit
downed plant. ( it is understood ',matter up- arid will report back;. as s t with her parents and other relativesIn

[, would serve without pay; 'soon as possible. _ h u _u __ |Nine4mjllion young men the)lower and the youth of the world ,:BUY_ __ _VICTORY. _-. _ _LIBERTY_ BONDS Kansas_ _ _City_ _;_ _MOo. _ _ n________
.' lay dead today in Europe as a result of this awful war. "So many ..
mothers sons!" (Nine million young bodies) "brought into the world

:ARMY TANK DEMONSTRATED thru month weariness and pain while' bones and muscles were being ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM FOR :

shaped! Through hours of anguish and struggle that breath mightbe "

So many baby mouth.- drawing life at mother breasts; all this, .
that me nmight lie with eyeballs and swollen fats, and fixed blue "

IN I INTERESTS. :OFt'lOANDRIVE, unclosed mouths"a sacrifice for your afety and mine. <'> : SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT _

Millions of wounded, broken blip ed men. mothers sons who' '
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fought for you and me. For twenty-odd years their mothers have hadno I -
The army tank which was to faT Sergeants Duffy//and Jenkins?hat dream school term is nearing tcntion to the examination which b-:,,
thought by day by that has
or, nighjqp to jGod completion' f\\
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; prayer .1101'- the .
tore the Victory Liberty Loan campaign also eed'' overseas service' having and notwithstanding gin on-ttM'folowing; morning.
'fir h.. Osceola county- arrived yes been thr for,.)*\*..:.aad sevvnteen ,centered .around, these, boys ihjr. finest ,and strongest of every nation.the .unusual interruptions_of .th.....,early| The music "and expression' recitals ..,. ll
( terday afternoon In charge of Sergeants month. 'respectively.According" #' picked men of the world: part-of'th.'term.when manOf the wlirbs' held 9n.the evenings 'of June t,)
r x' Duffy'and Jenkins. They vis. to Sergeant Jenkins" ... seniorclass were called into the S.- 4th' and 6th. On Friday morning
,1ted St. Cloud early this morning and this-type of.tank 1.-0._ tocliasi WKat THANKSGIVING' We give for the mothers of these I A. ''T. C. for.. stew months and later 'June 6th th*' promotion xercls_'
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explained to the crowd which gather. macbimr.#Un nests but is too small men> I when ,the> schools' were> closed in an'and ,the .Eighth Grad graduating'.class.will
;"oed there the working of the machine. to hold the -". .ttlone. -They can go effort to ,tamp out the flu epidemic take, plac on' Friday '
;The demonstration at Kissimmee: anywhere but ,must be followed by A-loan of 4.500,000,000 dean hard honest American dollars to ,the. year.'promises' t.-. be one of- th* night th. Seniors1 wilt hold'full Sway '

I took place at 1 o'clock this afternoon' infantry to keep' the positions taken. .. payorwhat) it'took to'tend 2000.000 Ame -men-to France: to* most successful, ones in th* history j,with .Class Night Just what ....this-,.
beginning at-the band stand and lw 1 The tank has been in, this campaign fight for and A loan 'of $4.500.000.000 to bring 'Ameri I'of ,th* schools.! vent will be is si secret: which will _
me. every
program Included addresses by promInent -: only "four' days' and'"-received you I The graduation class numbers be divulged only on that evening but
local men and--th*. taking of''th-first'sMpment of ammunition' atiKissimm ,ca* boy back home"to rehabilitate wounded..-to teach. them to ,twentyonemmbrs. lght girls and it is sure to be clever and .ntrtain.ing. <
subscriptions to the loan I I **. Unfortunatelyi. was 'work without hands to walk without 'feet to read and write without thirteen boys. It's personnel is Misses . ,
r ., The public schools closed at an machine gun. ammunition and could eyes'to' hear without'ears. They.ask-no charity.) They only ask for Sarah Clark Blanch Davis,! On $Sunday the Baccalaurvat sermon ,
hour to permit the pupils and faculty,'not be used in th. .37 millimetergun .. chance to do honest work to make .n'honed living,,to accumulate: Norm. Griffin. "Irene Iced Carolyn I' will be preached, in the, high
,. to be prnt .at the demonstraten the tank is equipped 'with. The Fripp! Mary' Tiller Mary ..8in.Itary.1and I school, llUditorium;-when' Rv. O. B.I .
ti and the ..peamg.'t demonstration' mad along. other property to enjoy the privilege of citizenship and 'aH things they Frances Tress; Messrs. Stratton.I Fall. ,pastor of the First Baptist r
The tank is what Is called the I n... made possible,for you- and me. Story Burton Ames. Amos Aker I church, will deliver the sermon..l ?
"Baby macWn:' and it now bears Frank and Edgar Bryan, Dick I I! On Monday night the graduation
the wounds of service in the front Lewis Lang, the taxidermist was 'Men and women of America, will you not make this, the most and Ned Bullock. Henry Edwards xrcises will be held. .Senator Doyle
of
lin* trenches when it was in the exhibiting somewhat.of av. curiosityonour.streets memorable MOTHERS DAY the world has ever known 01 ever will Clfford Lester, Henry Singehary Carlton of.Tampa, has'consented to(

',Argonn -scrap." .It is,an American Tuesday.In-.. shape know. by pledging a Thanksgiving Loan of 'American .wealth to the. Bert Wells. Walter. Bass, and ,Verne,be'p..nt and make the address of
l machine though it I I. modeled sifter of a large horse, shoe-crabs'Ik-was 'upbuilding of every'American, soldierbroken, and shattered i in health? Wilsonw' 1,the occasion after which-th' diplo
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th*" Frenchtype. Th English call captured th- east scout by: a gentleman I Th. commencement exercise will mal 'WiU be''' presented.' . ,_
"p '.their small tanks the "Whippet. but in_'Orlando' and,'sent,'to Mr. A memorial-to' those who gave"tbeir'lives'tltat'you and l1 might live; begin with ,the."declamation contest: j!!I The 'program Is an "unusually attractive
their.machine differs In Its asenlIalsfrom Lang to be mounted., an evidence to the. world that we do not deal in "scraps of paplt" as'usuaL. This[; will b*. held: on the ,on* ,and rwill be ,anticipated

the French and'American. types evening of May'SOth. >r"lch will: allow I I with pleasurs by ttb! ,,patrons of tho'r
+ a own as "Baby" tanks. BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS the participants to give full at- schools. .
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* It is requested that these lines be read.from- every. pujpit in the .. .
3. SEARS .AND GRAHAM atrict..; ". SENIOKS CLAIM SKIP '
(w.i [SONIC, SCHOOL OF TERMED FARMERS 7 ''- ,' ... ; ....;.....- ; 'DAT'-PRIVILECE'; E FIRST CAR :OFSPUDS
:;: : AI ORGANlZATlON SxtFederal); Reserve District
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Congressman W, J. S.r. and C: ':;"';,.- .' "SldpDay"' the" '! ':
'- ';INSTRUCTIONMONDAY Atlanta / one of'' >,iceeptedtt ,1SHIPPEDBY'AULTMAN_
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#", Strick Graham the obliging agentatth - priviUgM'of .the graduating class of ,
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. ACv:.L. passenger depot are .. o.eeola' high school wuobeervect *
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ids :'J' ; : '" r _... *; county 0 -. . '3-v-a
fA'Maeon's" school) ,of instruction joint.partnerr.in atfin..lookingM., on 'Friday when the entire S.' B. Aultman, who'.Is .on* of the .-. 'I ',
acre tract of early vegetable. adjoining "i Mrs. Du-
by
.rW.be: held Jn Kissimmee on Mori-: SUALITtIELIMITSOFTuE'cn: BE CONTRAQED? Senior cJ.at.cbalperoned this .eetfoa
? day -Tuesday and Wednesday of. nextweep Main street and if nothing mars , Pontrand Miss ,T11ler/ motored to potato king-of> ,' shipped:
]load of -A-namber-on
a car potatoes r'
.; with Walter Scott, of Fort the present flattering outlook will Conway for an..outing. ,. i
instructor of 'soon be reaping gratifying \i.rewardsfor been to '" :Non but t4Je.faculty, ar* supposedto'har'any'knowledg on the Eastern ,market today.
Meade as A number Recently there has some discussion its and all.\\ ave a chance *xpressthemselves. r Mr Aultman planted ninety Y
,.their efforts ,.Th* entire five acres Of when the nearly:
..officials have been invited to be. concerning the reduction of /; of spuds.on bis farm.. and. th*'.
c acre
'I.present atone 'of-the.e sessions and 1+ 'are planted to potatoes the city limits.\ As matter of'fact Soma of our best people favorth. skipping i. to' be done and th*' class Alex Remington-Smtth. place west if
will likely'attend. 1 and tomatoes; all in flourishing. con-.' I: understand that a resolution was reduction others do not consider it depart. leaving, their fellow( schoolmates ,the city limits'this season.- Th*' -_
'. + e meetings will beheld at 8 and dition. ; paned by the Board of Trade at its wise" Personally! I fear that a reduc- to wonder"why., ''the ;erpptyBeats marketed today are from potato the
ti w rR''p.Th m.,-with a spread served at 7:80: Messrs. Sears' and Graham are. ast" meeting ,requesting such Deduction tion of the limits at this \time just ."i Friday was no exception to Anltman.place,1 and !graded unusually .
Wednesday night, When all visiting making arrangements for the plant. in the city limits which would after\the bulkhead "bonds, have been the rile and the graduating. class. well there being a Urge cent of
' A 'Masona.are,,Inylted guests., ing of- sweet potatoes In 'a' fifteen acre omit'(practically one-third of the ..territory voted and before they are sold/would failed to Appear at school but was assembled number 1's. Mesufs., ', Kribbs pep and In r
s A number, of candidates. win be put. tract just past 'Mill-/plough, and now-,covered by the city from invalidate those bonds and I .do not at beautiful .Lake Conway gram supplied a few barrels .to help
.' through*the' degrees -- before the planting Him'has passed corporation. This resolution was put feel any Bond.Attorney wouldadvis, for a' whole. day of' pleasure which fill the, ,but.,th s* growers will e
ex"tended they expect to'have'.the'.entire-tract' through in a short time with very their,.clientage_i>uy them in'the fade was featured with hours. --of' bathing not dig carr r till next week.
to ,Masons!! at Orlando. St. growing. these' tubers... V. little .-discussion. '-- Vti- of a reduction of the territory .after in, the,pleasant water; films' of/ pictur . The potato crop crop on the Smith lace I v i
is-Cloud. Winter Park. Winter Garden, T As I see matters of such importance the bonds are voted/and/ before they- *. taking- and an ,elaborate. picnic is"very, promising in fact & Christ,
1'n Sanford, Ocoe"' and Haines City to SOUTHERN. MEMORIAL, deserve large publicity so the. are Issued,,, Respectfuly' o.I..r' '9< dinner.Th .. \ '. ancy, representative of the Co-, !!
participate in"' the benefits, of this :* DAY.. OBSERVED HERE people. may_ !I. .lderit.upon Its _mer- UUhU" c'o .C A;_ A.Jl'I c_ "; '-' s* enjoying- the merryJ'e..nt' Mortimer Fertilize Cov of Jacksonville Pa
[ SChOoL werei!' Misses Sarah Claric: Blanch
4 < 4- : Is author of the statement that
\ Southern MemoriaL,d.",.' ," rae observed i lI1aria. Norma Griffin' Carolyn Fripp, the' Hutng''section, has 'nothing to-
L FOREMAN. W..:B.. OSTEEN - Saturday by.'Klaalmme. in the \ May 'f'filler Mary Singeltary,. Frances compare with It.,.. r .
. COMPLETES WORK HEREW. usual manner,,the, b hk.'and. post of-. L Victory Loan' - , Ttess, iIrenReedM.esr.; .. Bi r. ,
.. 'ton'Am..Amoe Akerman.- Frank
: day. "FOODSALE'TOMORROWj '-
The standing-committee of_ the ..,-. --- .- \ .andEd.-r'Bryan., Dick and Ned Bullock ;_ v F
: 'Thif Missionary..
Socstj'of'th.'Mv
B. Osteen and his ballast gang D.u ra.* 0" 11, /;Henry Edwards 'Clifford Lester
of the A. C. L. Railroad, bate "folded M. Tiller, Mrs. L. H.' Innirem{ Mrs. R.: I"" t.tuenry4Sitsgeltay; Bert Wells,'.Waltt E-Cbureh will bold a,,cooked food sal
.. at Roberson's'drUg.stor'tomorrow
n j:;7up; their tent. and moved .on. Mr. M. Evans and Mrs. J. Z.' Roberson Bass' and Verne WilsonMrs". Du-.
The Victory Loan i is '
only fairly'
: 'Osteen-is foreman of the ballast !, ..nddecor.ted campaign prpgming, Pont J'Miss .Tiller.: -" ,, at 8.P--m- Mrs., L. H. Ingranv 5
visited the "city>; of 'the dead" an ,
' gang which have ,been welt| in Osceola county*. The percentage of subscriptions' andnMrs.;; J. Z. Rober.onwill'be in-
eng.QedIn the of all veterans *
': ballasting the compan, with'.flag and} graves flowws\ for the county: sea whole' is ;41. The pe\'Clent.9f.aaiual : 'Mr. and Mrs.-Harry-Hardy and baby charge; i"f.;. ( ,
throughout"state. The work was 12 of Waldo, who have been visitingth ; I.
tl'' '; commenced some two. years'extended ago' at ELECTION OF OFFICERS'MEMORIAl. LLT -"..subscriptions..rc.other subscriptions from Kissimrae pledged.is that only will%be. made Il"ue but there up../ McCranie famUy, left this morn- *..-.... .-...-..-."... .0.. .. ... ..., .. .

'Jacksonville, and is being +
all alone Ute line from'that*city toY T .COIL 'MONDAY 'to the present time'JCisiimmee i is far behind or,her quota.. Ing.Mrs. BOARD. OF TRADE'' O' '
: Overstreet and Mrs.G. "' -
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with
Narcooise'e
Tampa. They hue been, making -" : the county a subscription .more
the d
to .attend'
W. Persons the
expect
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0 ne refalari Red .c' 'etf. d. ?
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'- their headquarters at Kissimmee fort An important business meeting:of .?, ..,? tha4t 200% of her quota. ; ? : ", I stat ''annual Missionary Conference *-. Board of Trade is seheoaled for P.
'tl :t aeveral weeks'- while engaged 4n... b*. the Hart Memorial corporation will .. ,_, ;nrereputatioa-'of, Kiisimmee is. at stake.;; It's up to at Lakeland on the 6th to the 9th of toalffct at ta. asoal hear, .;
ballasting- of the tracks l leading 'into be held at the Hart Memorial build .the--Committee'and the- Citizens generally to 'Come' to the, May. Mrs. C. H Summers president Matters ,of: etBMMta Isapertaacewill 0.
the city and the yarda here. ing Monday' afternoon at 4:30., when .- rescuend sec'diat.our .which is onl ..)S5'OOO-..,' i. of the local'society, will also! be b* breeght before t.het.- 4t,
with quota
'; k -Whll. the work'was done a the annual. election will tile'l held'and ;. i. present 'at the meeting and it 1s M
lag for stsetuelesi and a fall at. .
--view for'ite atUHyi;.. wonderfully"other business attended:. .iL .provided' promptly. I certainly trust there will'be no failure.' probable .larg* number of tha melDhen "u' la nrgeatly reqaested. ,. "
f Improves th* Sppearsnce ot'th*'compatty's -- Elisabeth Donegan, president 'f A. o- % **' \. A-iM:,. Respectfully. s., *<."* t ,.! -f will motor down f or some of the .
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action on'the bowels. ; WITH YOUR KIDNEYS ,
its mild but thorough "'_ ,

x It has been very helpful in relieving my nine::, AND NOTES: FROM 8T. CLOUD,, THE WONDER CITY." ,",wknd ht."". str kidneys* that and old dlcMtlT a.. (>.*<*ora. with.nv the.wallow kidney of water.action The and oil enables stit.utete.lbborgans *

had! ar YOUR fTBGUJLAR! ORRIDIlPOJDI JT. .This being- tru..,It Is ,to *.lUve tothrow off the poi.on..whichau.
car-old who been constipated sincebab" 10 MT old .... New Hie and'trsafth
premMure
;y son ,that by kplnc .the fcldn.r* and dlCMtlv 11101''...e ao you continue tks _,
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t ortra 4 and< properworking rlmt.oW".. completely restor.d
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a .. -' A reception was given .in the" St. home order' old age can be d.(..rra continue takln a capsule or two each
;I' for'their at 'Brownstown J1L and lit* prolonsrwl. fur beyond that enJoyed MKDAX. Uaarlero 011 C Peulee -
", letter Dr. Caldwell written :. Cloud Hotel Monday evening In hon The Women's by the dar. GOLD .. .
.. /From a to by\ : Loyal class, of .the arcragpereon, will keep you In health and .1. r
A I Mi. C..1 E.Jaffrsy,-.!SI Madison Street, ] or ,of Mrs. Frank Spraguewho ,hat Christian dhurch will have an all daymeetlnR' 'FV>r. over 100 y"r GOLD MBBAi.Haulcm and prevent a return of the 41......
Dl'OOklniN.,Y, helped so much with her beautiful I at the parsonage on Friday on has been rdl.ang'.thew.akn..w : Do not wait until old ace. oralepMha. 1
i /. voice in the entertainment' win i They will '''take their dinner, and and disability 4u. to advancing .. aettted down for,good boll Go of to GOLD your
and a :
; y ar* It a standard old- ,drll..I.t sret
ter. A fine musical program was spend the day quilting. lime horn rem.dy and need no Intro i MEDAL: Haarlem Oil Capsules: MoneT
Caldwel1'sr rendoreafter.: which Mr.; Cook i Mr. Henry Van Deusen, who has auction .OOU MEDAL, Haarlem Oil a.Inelo..d I r.fund.d If they do not help you.! Tnrelse ..
Dr. presented Mrs. Sprague with a beau- been a gXiest at the. St. Cloud Hotel In -odorl. _, taleleee oapeuUe .. *. But remember OOUD.MBOAL to*art* for.b..., lb.e...
tiful ring ih behalf of the people and this' winter left for containing about f drop each. Take rlihial Import.d ,
( Michigan
;, Monday them .. you would a pill, with a mall, In eealed packasee.UNCLE .
Mrs. Vreedang presented her with a City-tnd. .. .. -------
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handsome bunch of.Easter lillies and |I Mrs, Ueulah Thompson of Wixom, "- .?
Syrup Pepsin some orange beads.. Delicious fruit I I Mich., who has spent several winters
r punch and cake was served. Mrs.Sprague here, left Wednesday for her northern -
.' with her husband and home. : ..
1 ,The Perfect Laxative mother, Mrs. Schaffer, and irranddaughtjtvielt Mr. Jacobs and daughter, Mrs.
:; ,. Thursday for potts- Ackerson and little granddaughter, ICIIti5A'4
V V yule, NTT. who have a winter home here, left on
: : Sold by Druggists Everywhere Mrs. W. W. Angel is visiting her Wednesday for Corona, Mich.
e daughter, Mrs. Daenell', in Orlando, Mrs. A. B. Daniels returned home
50 cts. (K.) $1.00 this week' ." on Saturday after soending a few : jj4Ii ,!
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Uncle rosh:: Ferguson spent Thurs- days with her cousin Dr. Johnson, at .
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e .. day in Kissimmee. Lake Alfred. n
Charles Johnson -Lakeland spent I Mr. Samuel Ansbaugh and J. 'J,
Free from opiates and narcotic drugs and pleasant Sunday at his home here. Whitbeck celebrated.their birthdays )S-t ;

I,' to the taste it acts easily and naturally andy Everett Barlow of Tamp> sprlit on Saturday last at the home of Mr. i a
Sunday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. An baua-h. Those presentwere

K1 restores normal regularity.: A trial bottle can William Johnson. Mr. and. Mrs. Ansbatitfh\ Mr. I L (
Mrs. Mosher and .41 Timmonn ,,and Mrs. Whitbeck Mr. and Mrs. J. 5 u'
be obtained free of charge by writing to went to Tampa on Sunday, returning -Billiard: and Mrs. Dr. Kloss. '

B. Caldwell 458' Washington Street here oh Monday. I I Mr. John A. Bryan, who hase been j aiMA'-G
Dn W. Mrs. Wells. who has been a guestat la.guest at the Bonair this winter, returned t
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Monticello Illinois. the St. Cloud Hotel this winter, : on Monday to his home at psJL
; left on Wednesday for her home in Newark Ohio. ,
Canada. I A papaw tree, grown in J, G. Hill's
'J i Mrs. Dr. Ashley left on Wednesdayfor garden the summer of 1917, and fro-
POULTRY PRODUCERS OF a trip to New York. zen to the roots the winter of 1918,
TO i I Mr. and Mrs. A. Durham, who have sprouted up on both sides of the root SAM'S MAILS are safe and sure, and our splendid

their winter home here, left on Wednesday the spring of 1918, forming two trees
a FLORIDA: ROOSTER DAY to spend Who summer at I Dur- from which over !" melons for giving prompt attention to mailed deposits are

,and. Mich. have been picked during the fall of
e I Mr J. Salmon,who has been spending 1918 and 1919. In addition to those the result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily serve a large
Miss Albina Smith, the tounty demonstration 90 degrees may start enough life in the winter here' for several winters used at home and in St. Cloud others -
agent, calling the attention - a fertile egg to spoil it for food. left Wednesday for his home' were sent by mail to several and constantly growing list of out-of-town depositors.
of all poultry growers in Osceola Shall the rooster bfc allowed to at Owassa, Mich. states.
county to the fart that May 1st has spoil $1,100,000 worth of Florida )I Miss Ella Cranston and mother Co!: Markham died suddenly at his .f'
been designated, as "Rooster Day" eggs this year---this year when the I|deft, bn Mondav for Arlington, N.. J. home on the lake front Saturday WHEN YOU CAN'T COME TO TOWN '
1 that is, the day when they should meet farmers of the state are making ev- |I Mr. and Mrs. Rode and little night. Interment was made in the "
t their doom according to the state ex ery effort for maximum' production daughter' Madaline, left on Tuesday cemetery at Kissimmee.
ir'- tension i department. The roosters -.-when'|,the housewives are making I I w 1 USE THE MAILS
F seem to be in a bad way, for everygTower a gigantic effort to save and help
is urged to dispose of them as feed the civilized world? Especiallywhen ITALY MADE HISTORY IN

a conservation meausre. Miss Smith this loss can b suggests that housewives can divert vented by merely separating the THE PAST SIXTY YEARS
them into delicious food by using the roosters from the laying hens during ; v:
more about it and incidentally A few roodreason
,
faA steam pressure cooker at the community the summer months. -____ I .---

; kitchen, and the meat can be can- 1'oultry producers, think it over.. Italy] whether she be right or of the'Balkin peninsular fell under I why should this bank.
red there if desired. When to Sell- the Roo ter.v I you use
> Then
t wrong ii) her act of leaving the peace ['the rule of ConstantinQple.
fai The following is what the /state de Rooster Day (in Florida) l is May table, has brought herself into world !cime: the Slavs, and after them Venice
partment says on the subjects- - 1st. The roosters are no longer I wide prominence by that act. I'ossi- ruled. the Dalmatian coast again.It .
needed for the hatching season, hens ,blyy/ew people know that sixty years became Turkish and then' Venetian -
May I, 1919. \will lay just as well with no malesin ago that country was only a group of again. When Venice fell, Napoleon STATE BANK OF
i bay is a patriotic endeavor :' the flock valuable feed will be loose states, but by selfdetermination ceded Dalmatia to Austria, together -
;i to save for food thousands of dollars saved, and if every rooster is disposed -' .they (have welded' into a wholethat with the Venetian; plains and
worth of Florida eggs Which are of, infertile eggs will be produced. : played an honorable part in the i the region between which Italy is '
I ordinarily an absolute loss. It is a | WHEN to Keep the Rooster. ,world war. now about to recover.
campaign haVing the backing and cooperation -| Some breeders of pure-bred poultry I I The Tampa Times gives the following The secret treaty of 1915 by which -
of the United States De- ,, have' males too valuable to sell. : interesting facts: Italy was to have the Dalmatian KISSIMMEE 1
partment of Agriculture, the Extension ,I These should be separate from the' I Sixty years ago Italy now charged coast in return for entering the war
Division of the State University, main flock and yarded by themselvesr with imperial ambitions becauseof against Germany made no mention
the State College for Women,and the Many poultry raisers are inclined to its insistence on possession of the of Fiume, which is in Crotia but i is RESOURCES; $750,000.00 ' 'Capital 100000.00
A" Jeadinff poultry interests of the state, fay, "It's too much trouble." The whole Dalmatian coast, Was a group principally Italian i in population.We .
including poultry producers as welt patriotic poultry raiser will say, "I'll of disunited states.
'.j as poultry buyer. i do it because it will mean more food I They were brought together: under are- proud of the confidence doctors -
Ji Fact About Florida Eggs. 1 I!laved to help feed the world." the banner of the House of Savoy druggists: and the public have I Officers and Director:

C, Florida poultry producers are Sell, Kill, Or Confine Every Rooster.If through the! genuius of Cayour, prime in 6Cfi Chill and Fever Tonic.-Adv( ) C. A. CARSON. President M. KATZ and E. 'L. LESLEY V-P.
largely the farmers families of the a producer who has six roosters minister of the kingdom of Sardina, o J. D. JEFFORDS. Cashier .'
state; and under Normal conditions ells four of them because the priceis and the devotion of men like Mazzini.
rt V they will market annually around high and; allows the other two tog and Garibaldi. N. B. CARSON ,: M. KATZ,
18,290,000 dozen egg. Under the run with the hens heiff not be4piT -;f- Cavour; efrtefly runpunmble; for the INDIAN PRINCESS C. A. CARSON?" "> H. FLEMING
'conditions of scarcity and high prj.,to save food--ftoS_.bevine: infertile United Italy: of today' permitted no .'
l'a' cea of food every one of these |6- I eggs), for the two males eft Tfi'the annexation of territory without a N, C. BRYAN, E. L. LESLEY, .
865,035 worth of eggs should be flock will mean that fertile eggs will vote of the people involved. GOES OVERSEAS AS ]. WADE TUCKER Directors.
4 good, but. they are not. Government stilL be produced. All six must eitherbe i I Piedmont and the Island of Sar- .
estimates say that every 17'' out of sold or-kept separated from the'1 dina formed the kingdom about which I '_.,-"
every 100'are unfit for food by the flock laying eggs for market. modern Italy gathered. The congress Y. M. C. A.. WORKER I L
time they reach the consumer 'and Save Cockerels for Next' Year's I of Vienna had undone the work of .
the annual state loss of over $1,100- Breeders. unification that (had been started under CHRISTIAN CHURCH

000 This loss is poor patriotism. if. In"order that Rooster Day this the Napoleonic regime when Princess Galilohi, Descended I. 1
You
it can. be prevented year shall work no hardship duringthe Lombardy and Venetia became king- '. From Cherokee Chieftain, Joins 11:00-Sunday'Scbool. Do More Work
:! Laying the Blame on the Rooster>> i's' 1, breeding season next-'year, every dom of Naples-the first united Italy Canteen Forces In France. 12.00-Sermon. You in more ambitious and you get'nor
Five eggs out of every hundred ,poultry raiser should take pains to since the days of ancient ,Rome. 7:15-Y. P. S. c. E. ; enjoyment cot of VetrtfalaM when your
(average for the year) are spoiled by lave a numberof good early hatched ||I Cavour's first principal was "the 8:30-Sermon. blood Is in good condition. ImpuriUe lathe
w the, rooster. He fertilizes the egg, I Ithv cockerels. The practice of saving consent of the governed" and his Prayer meeting each Wednesday blood have. a very'depressing effect on
and.a fertile egg' spoils very quickly ,late hatched cockerels for breeders plan was to have Sardinia drive out ivening at 8:30.: L. A. S. each 'Thurs- the system. Causing weakness, laziness.-* '\.
in hot weather. It takes a temperature has caused much trouble. Early'Austria and the petty rulers set up lay. nerroosaess and slrkness, ,
.of around 103 degrees to hatch hatched cockerels make- far the best by the congress of Vienna and ::7.,4r Junior C. E. each Sunday at 3:30: OKOVB'd>!t TASTHtESS Chill TONIC '"
stores Energy and Vitality
a -chick from fertile breeders. by a vote of The set by Purifying q
;v-- a egg. but a people up a p. m. and Enriching tha
summer temperature of. only 70 to 1 Yours truly, Italy. His first plan; failed \ Young Ladles' Circle meet eachlecond Its strengthening.' V Vnvigortang .you feel!' I
sea >
MINNIE FLOYD Austria defeated Sardinia{ in then//
bow It bring color to the cheeks '
Habitual Sunday. and bow
Constipation CuredIn Asst. Home Demonstration Agent in and then he set out towin the ,
L 14 to 21 Days 'Charge of Poultry Work. of Napoleon.How C. W. B. meets the first Friday It improves .the appetite, you will then "+ I-
appreciate true tonic value.OROVB'S ., -
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x dany-J Cavour Won Napoleon's o i iI n each month. "
Ma-I)
pro paredSympTonio-LazatlveforI &tuaJ 666 has proven it will cure 1 I Cayour gave Italy's support -to: the r I z"P Church Board meets first Sunday TASTELESS ChUI TONIC<' ,.'
,, CeasUp tk1t "relievos,, Is not a patent medicine, it Is simply
promptly tat !aria, Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, allies against Russia in the Crimeanwar /
should be taken regularly for U ifternoon each month. IRON and QUININE .suspended Syrup*, ,,,
to 21 days i
Colda and LaGrippe. It kills thei{ thereby got a seat at the peace
.; to induce regular action. It Stimulates and parasite that causes the fever. It isa table and.there made an appeal for You are'cordlallJ' invited to ourervlce. So pleasant even children: I like 'It,' The '
at 9 i Regulates. Very Pleasant co Take, ,60c splendid laxative arid Ton- the aid of Europe in building a'united .. blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON rN
general .
bettJe. , ._ is Enrich 1C >These reliable ,tonio ,
-t" per ,,1 t K < prop 4 ,
: ic.- Adv. Italv.
,. ( )__ Napoleon was moved' aB 11-tf.. W. H. Coleman, Pastor. erties never fail to drive out )Impurities in
-- -- -- --- Intendedhe :
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;: ; lcavour" should be. He the blood. ,
C/A.:. .,,ARSON. President. "% N. C. BRYAN Secretary. desired aid-up to the pointof : 8Ji1 y1s BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS, The Strength-Creating of GROVE'S ;
f driving the Austrians out of Lom - -
TASTELESS:: .Chill( TONIC has made It
bardy. Then, because he did not the favorite tonic In thousands of homes
THE r' WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. want to< see Italy too strong he deserted SUBSCRIBE FOR THE llore than tolrtr-nve years ago folks p, '
Cavour. But revolts were un would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
der way and one by one the petty s +ai ai'i'roas KISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTE[ TASTELESS- Chill TONIC when a'q'' i' s
_ Wholesale and Retail Dealers i in"y states of the Italian peninsular came member of their family had Malaria or .' -
j under the rule of the house ofr-SHvpy, you needed a body-building strength-giving J:,
a ud all the of Otceola
in each case by a vote -ef the people get sews tonic. The formula Is Just the same to-
GROCE'RIES: after the local rulers had been over {County.' day and 0you can get it from any drug a,
thrown. In the provinces of Savoy: A real, sure-enouch, 'Indian princess ( RATE $2.00 PER YEAR store. bottle. '4
and Nice
the vote favored union
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la to
with France and thereby these districts going Prance to help entertain BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS
I
r ;.. were ceded to France., the American, soldiers and sailors until '- -. .

44,00040000000000e 040000040004044e During the seven weeks war between the Hat one of them has. been returned .O.OOOOOO..OOOOOOOOO..O .O..OO.OOO.OO.OOOOO t OOOO., ;

.: 4 Austria and Prussia in 1866, to the United States. : c
"t .' "V 0 Italy fought on the side of Prussiaand
,.' WE SELL *-, 4 "WE BUY 0 Austria was made to cede Vene -She ia Princess OUllohl, Ca: : II s.

J .' k *- 0- t 4 tia to Italy, and it was annexed aftera granddaughter of the .famous King : .
l ; HAY 0 HIDES favorable'vote of Ahe inhabitants. Coow kOw". chief
of the Cherokees
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4 __ J I The! annexation of Rome, seat -of : R. FLOYD
Co' 4 4 4 the papacy, in 1870, was also made and her mission in Prance. will be in -
'GRAIN '
:" 0 0 FURS > 0 after a plebiscite and.Italy became connection with the canteen work of -. j'
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;'V'; '<*'*'. 0 0 4 the Italy of today. the T. M. 0. A. Her Americanised name : :
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.FERTILIZERS;: 01 Trentino Italian Beyond Question la
Miss Anne Ross
4 WOOL and for two years :
4 4 The Trentino is as much Italian as .
a SHINGLES 0 0 4 'Lombardy or Venetia, in languageand or. more she bas appeared as a-I.eturer. : -- -

; V manner-, and there. is ample evi- singer, dancer and of. _the tri : .
4 4 0 exponent .
I AND dence of earl, Roman occupation.Istra {
/ bal-life Groceries and 4
Co ORANGE BOXES JOo"" 0 VV.4 and Trieste Were L thoroughly of her_ wee o people. She was : .

"b .V 0 ALL_ Roman in the days of Rofme's great- chosen to pose to, the. Zolnay!. statue : '.
0
4 ORANGE WRAPSVEGETABLE 0 ness. But Trieste in the 14th century of Sequoia an ancestor of the Cherokee
?f .. 4 did absorption' by1' Venice.
4. 4 0 bas nation and Inventor' of the tribal :
>1 0 And Istria been more than .500. alphabet ThU
4 CRATES 0 COUNTRY >, 0 under Austrian rule. statute stands IB the Fresh Meats
."' yean HKtt-of Fame at fc.
Washington D.
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4 0 0 4 The coastof Dalmatla about whichall : ;
-4 The princes*, Will'han a rather diversified
.CRATE the centers In
NAILS 0 4 controversy the .
V PRODUCE 0 .
0 4' peace congress, was settled by' the program. She: will sing Indian : r
0
4 Greeks at an early date Native songs aaddaaee Indian daacee
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- 4. OOb'a0-4004Ob000 4444'404404444400c tribes occupied the interior. Here (or the.America* soldier and sailors #. /

was formerly the kingdom of Illyria, and between tines will dispense the : ,
,: !V W. four centuries before Christ. dozens of different arUelea that ... "
tell Field hone 1 .
and Carden Seeds 302
of aU kinds. '
V The Romans came' iff the second part of the stock of every Y.:1C. C. J. 'lB. ,Broadway
'We 8>y*'.PciaI attention to fitting out hunting-and- century before Ohrist and subdued : _
c camping parties.. canteen. She U highly dBcated .- ._---- -. .
. 'Free delivery in city limits.: Phone No. 11 1 the Dalmatians, but only after bitter has several times acted aa a JD .1 .,

lr, ',Wa are county .agents for good fertilizers Aik us .for circular and fighting.When_tbeRbman' empire t divided,' between her people'and.the watte-....

C4t"oD';"fertilizer r : I _.*4.....-.Jt1S j.> L J J ..A. fA f'f||t'X -. Dalmantia became Latin and-the-rest'l' dent of Oklahoma.. her native state

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. III I J.'ButUnbach. THE-'NEW HERB AND 'ROOT REMEDY
Cot Walter In .ing drafting.
I command of the recruiting station inj I Signal school: This school fives DRECO, CAVE INSTANT ,'
I Florida, has found district of instruction In.the elements
the Tampa I courses RELIEF AND BUILT UP ,HER
i a fertile field for securing1 rae/i/ icti telegraphy 'and, radio rnei-.
MOOTHESTSMOKING ,to,replace the ;veterans who are returning j!sages. Visuals algnalst'etc.. SHATTERED NERVES AND RUN

I from overseas. Col., Butgtenbach" -1]I Motor Transport Cor M. :", DOWN "SYSTEM.At .
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has summarized-the advantages The motor transport corps -Is a -
.. I of the various arms of the jfTureljTMoachanlcal branch: of service, : "last the great Question of''how'
i TOBACCO service' now 'open and-.suggests that which require men of intelligence, to 'combat the modem scourge -
I prospectiyesoldiers study the quill>, who, after a course of training may Stomach trouble and.its attendant ills 9
t I flcations necessary for the various become experts in the following -has been solved by'''the, new rem.
branches, ;, ,,.i-:.,.., III. Medical Department., tor assemblers ignition and troubleshooters and herbs: Liver and-kidney-trouble
j ..This department ia charged 'with starting, lighting) and wiring t and rheumatism may be traced in .l
t1h.'care 'ol the sick: and the injured.. experts, electricians (battery ret j t many, instancesto. .the.tomach..athe'
, .. .Men degiripg!I! .... b.I"..branchu.of.Jjievi: B pair and building) blacksmithlng', beginning place.' Dreco .ot'only
h must have intelligence' and be'' specially automobile body builders, carpenters,I overcomes the .disease' but. builds 'up!
" THiN qualified. The training received axel transmission and 'chassis. Kadi-1 the system* purifies the blood and
:l __ ". ., T' / smoke I' want mytobacco I is of value in pharmacy and nurs ator .(rebuilding and repair), tire re-i revitalizes the whole body.:
cured Mother :ing, and after one enlistment in the palrers, motorcycle i repairers, machinists -)I .More' and more people are coming .+y .' -
by. W- in and giving their'' testimony what
medical department a man should be machine 'operators .tlattie), :
Nature=- I well equipped to return to civil life milling. machine, etc.), truck/; drivers Dreco has done.for, them in the most
+ with a larger earning capacity. and chauffeurs. aggravated cases. For instance the
Signalr Men desiring. enlistment In the motor following:''from, Mrsl: Wilbur' Evans,
not by Mother-in-law w Process Corps.
the highly lady ,of Plant
; I The signal corps consists of another transport corps or tank corps, respected
. ." special body ofmev a large part must make application for the. Infan- City, Fla., who says: ,;
"Ive suffered-for a long time;from
of whose dirties are of a technical and try, for-aajx-nment to either-x they)I
I professional dharacter above'' branches of service i nervousness, sluggish liver dlny
: :1 . .- ., I(I mechanics electricians requiring wiremen skillas The: United States army with its spells, a female weakness ana gener-
cablemen large number' of 'schools throughout ally debilitated.and run down.: Sometimes
I. (I wireless telegraph, telephonr'anti the nation and with its various I would get so ,dizzy:'I would,,
:and operators, photographers, courses of instruction is today *h.ve.to stop''my-work and sit down,
chauffers. A 'a
There is nothing harsh part-of the func.I but.after bottle of Dreco,
I I tlon. of the signal corps is the installation national university 'or education,;: taking one
all this off and I ,have
There passed never
: and of is not individual, firm or cor- ;
operation 'wireless
I I.r I tions. telephone ata- poration in .tflie United States that a, spell, in fact all my troubles are "
A in Natures methods-no systems, telegraphand will and.1-feel.like a new'person. I,
cable lines and offices, at all can --or give /young men the-opportunity --.Kone
of.education cannot say enough in praise for this
stunts; t .. .::- points serving.where Courses parts of of instruction the army are in and mechanical training through, through travel ,grand tonic Dreco." _?
no "hurry-upJ the bottom/up
the above lines of work are given inall the mediam of schools, including the' Dreco sets from
t pay and allowances the offers the results are usually lasting; forit
where army
army posts, parts of the
him. For-full particulars or further removes the cause> instead of' 'lust
signal stationed. .
.', corps are' information write' or apply to the U. patching up the symptoms:, It thor,
Her quiet, patient way with (I The aviation Aviation Section. S. Army Recruiting Station. Room,oughly: cleanses the system of it. tm J
section is the branch I
308, Federal Bldg., Tampa, Fla. !'purities. Increases! the appetite, re-,
VELVET during its 'lol service which-.upervillell.and op- I'I'I i;stores shattered nerves, relieves gas son
t"Yo. years age- era tell all military aircraft. It is very I Ii I I Men Infantry. the stomach, drives, nut rheumatism ,
i to men who mechanically unaccustomed: to horses or I|, .
appealing are -
banishes catarrh.
ing in wooden hogsheads brings out who are not fond of riding will and
,
inclined
I and to those with adventuresome probably be best suited for ttie Infan- I All rood drugigsts: now sell Dreco,
i spirit. Men after" ,a and it is Ihlghly recommended in .IDsV .
all the kindly comfort of fine Kentucky short period of service, may become try.dier It tlt--Compolled..of thefoot sol ......".- >v- the Central' Time Store.
experts in certain lines and after at- and is the largest bran'h'ot I ; 'ff

Burley leaf. ., !taming, the rating aviation medhctnican service advantages in the army.for It offers splendid 'duty to your country.
receives "an increase 50 military training ;
\ per This la your nation anLyour'gov: '> '
and
':'cent. of his pay. Opportunities are promotion. I I ernment. Its honor is- your honor;,
The less I offered through the medium of the I Cavalry. its debts are your debts, and its '
quicker, expensive : aviation schools to become proficient Men who have a liking for horses achievements are your achievements,, a
methods cannot possi- '''in any of the mechanical lines, used will probably: find this service to the extent that.you Jo your part.
in the air service. .There are able. Usually after on agree:1
many This; nation is made up of one hundred
bly produce the fragrance, 'examples of promising young men the calvary a man 'may million individuals. It has no
coolness and who, after one enlistment ve.found all round horseman and an expert except as each individual does ,7
downright rl [themselves so well equipped with the following trades: Blacksmithing, power
: his per:: "Evej-y man who fails to-do
pips qualities VELVET, ,kr' : P practical! and technical knowledge an harnessmaking, saddlery and veteri his part is a burden shirker, and is t
to enable them to at once(/ command nary. making someone else his bur
cured in Nature's way. .- positions of high salary and standing: Field Artillery. den. carry
T in civil life. "" I The 'heavy portable guns. of every The call subscriptions to Vic
caliber are used In this "branch of
j Quartermaster Corps. tory Ponds has gone forth throughout
Today it is your privilege I This the general supply corps of service, which are either drawn by'''' the land. The.glamor and tragedy -
the army. It is charged with the horses or driven by motor power. i I of a mighty war, which stirred
to enjoy,, with hundreds of g +>i{ :'* duty of furnishing the army with all The field artillery-similar to the cavalry '',the nation's patriotism to its utmost

thousands of other smokers ' food clothing transportation, quarters must have men qualified and depths; are to some extent lacking,:
I and in fact everything, with tJhe their equipment and in addition because the actual fighting 'has, ap.. I,
this mild.and..friendly j exception of ordinance required for splendid opportunities are offered '.pearantly ceased. But the army. I.Itlll It
;|the comfort and welfare of.flW" yi- men, mechanically inclined to become In"'the' fielcJ.i3he..JtJ'eaLJlgbt.lnltImachine \
VELVET tobacco t ,tary establishment. This branch of machinists, electricians gas -engine'men. '' cannot be abandoned; ltlespen.ell
service offers excellent opportunities engine repairers, etc. 'I II to tome' extent must still .ego
i to men Qualified as electricians( I I ....." Coast-Artillery. ,<. on. Beeafcse the irlamor has'' for
I clerks, teachers, engineers, carpen-! From the nature of. this service,all the- moment-passed, there I. all the
__ I.hee1righta.plumbers.\ bl-wk- coast;-aftJMsry;..irajrrlsons. are 'located more reason why every patriot should
i smiths wagon masters pack mast. near the large LLEi"coast cities of the-work"wltr'redoubled!' energy to'make p
,'ers: forage masters, printers storekeepers country,.,/or the purpose of protect- the Victory Loan a greateYauceen "
,- bakers, packers, teamsters, ing the seacoast and harbors of' the than were any of the Liberty Loans.
N4 cooks, stenographers, typewriters, .United States and its possessions.)!I This is the nation's call to. man '
Roll VELVET -15c n ;& copyists, range riders farriers, gardeners Men of a mechanical turn bf mind hood and Womanhood of the country,*
Y Cigatrvtt saddlers, warehousemen, and will find-conditions'In the coast artillery What shall be the answer? '
skilled laborers. 'While the men are corps most .gt em.. Special l j]I
VELVET'S matm-am.4U [enlisted in the quartermaster corps .advantages',are offered men .in thIS ,
salfda... a.laa.oo/Aa... ([i the same as for any other branch of branch of service who have 'I SOUTH' FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL
i' ,woA. Jmft rigkt / ( woiCrr Itaa.rwa asl ,, 'service, their duties are entirely dif ience and knowledge of DEVELOPMENTThe
i ferent as they have no drill or.guard machinery, engines and boilers esper.j I.
4('duty I to perform. to those who are qualified in 'development of
.
I I I Ordinance Corps. nice) drafting, map work photography . Soutjh and East Floridais growing
., .. I This is a very Important,*branch of : and to intelligent'and ambitious by: leaps and bounds,according to district -.
For the Relief or Rheumatic Pains. HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB I onstrated. the* army. This corps is responsible young-men who desire to qualify In.,, '' agent, '' Wm. Gomrne.;: .Where
J, MONDA'l.-I_-. -The- meetings have held their interests for the output of aU ordinance, suchas any of these lines. scrub and uncleaned stood last
When you have stifness and soreness WILL MEET : throughout. the winter and the construction of small and j Engineers.! I'I year,;there are many..cultivated fields'
.- of the muscles aching Joints I'.the' May meeting will be no exception large caliber guns, ammunition, sabers -I This constitutes a force of 'some-i,'.-small'grbves this :year. Generally'
. ; Y and find it difficult to move without The regular May meeting of the to the rule. and bayonets,and in fact all the what highly developed specialists, speaking, there is a larger,percent of. "
pain try massaging the. affectedparts I I/ome Demonstration Club will beheld The public generally is invited to material that will make a fighting whose duties are more varied tha\purebred stock-both, cattle and,hoes, r
- with Chamberlain's Liniment. at the, community kitchen at bepresent.; :{I course, formidable on the battle those, members of the other branches'a better.'show of poultry.;;and certainly *; .
It will relieve the pain and make rest front. 'The ordinance consists milch oWII.oN,. !". ' ,
'' Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock corps of service. The work of the engineers i i more : ,\ '"
and sleep possible.b when will be Visiting'catds printed by the Vallev '-of a highly specialized force, who pre 'contain construction of every deHscriptlon. 1 I 'These,observations'have'been; takaen {
; an interesting program ''skilled' m'the mechanism of all mach- after nded.trlp.tbrottp'J8 18 oj.
:
Gazette job Department They comprise surveying ;
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$Subscribe for the Valley Gazette rendered, andf"practical cookery dem- (
inery. It L offers counties and ..in
,. good advantages to for military purposes} map snaking,southern getting,
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-- men qualified in the following lines i laying out camps construction and close touch with the'county '.&-ent.,
: Auto mechanic (general repairer), repair of fortifications, the installa-1 j[,who are'largely'respon.lble'' ' for."a
fi. _, I . auto truck driver (heavy), chauffeur, tion of electrical power plants and great amount of-this agricultural 'd_-' ,
engine assembler (auto), expert boil- the construction and repair of military velopmeot. '.-' ,
ermaker, storekeeper and atockkeep- roads railroads and' bridge The ,,aifrent'' has '''the AgriculturalCoilege'
i' :Buy Paint WlthYour er, general mechanic, master mechanics Large schools have been erected In 'and Experiment Station, also.
: (R. R.), general electricianengine' many: of'the posts and camps of the the agricultural' department} at Washington -' "
; inspector (auto),magneto andgeneral United States for thepurpose _>of behind him ,to assist him in
blacksmith, general electri making the soldier efficient in work his problem..'. Farmers) and 'lTOwera
cal workers, .welders and cutters, required of him or to make him .more j having trouble with teed;erop.; livestock. Y
: ignition expert carburetor expert, proficient in his own line.... : 01" citrus, groves should ca.llon, .
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general canvass workers, (general harness the county agent for assistance.
Eyes Open- and saddle expert baker and WHAT SHALL THE ANSWER. BE?J
s cook., BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS
(Manufacturers 'Record,:. Baltimore ---- -
Tank' Corps. The world,,il dividedinto, two classes -

1; I There's as much difference in,the character :of pairits as in ed The and tank unskilled corps men.requires, Men both with skill mechanical 'den: shirkers the burden bearers' and, the .bur-' AsU Your Grocer

J people. You: want paint that "not only1 looks well on your with experience a mechanical and also turn men untrained of- To which'.class. : do you, belong!,
-" but that will .the best "service at lowest The nation aska'you' noW to rangeyourself.
property give 'you mind, who'may: be 'schooled in the on one side orv'the' other
ti \ .: cost. That; is.the reason you,should buy'a paint containing; skilled duties required, are desirable and to.stand with the burden bearersor

"Save the greatest amount j of zinc. Without: it paint .rapidly for one-half this of branch this of corps service.are employed Nearly,i, the not burden' shirkers, .and, :yet.itdoes CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES !
ask to assume bur-
you any
darkens, scales off.and decays. in the tanks either ..'tank driversor
den In doing this. On the contrary,
, The nature of this
they gunners. .
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:
; Surface ( it offers .you--the most gilt edge security
service requires men with sufficient
In the world for dollarit
1 grit and personal qualities to be able every
\ to stand under the strain of tank asks you to )invest.in Victory
: and you 7"f. _', fighting in the efent of 'war. AU'bonds. It, gives. you the 'opportunity* : 4, *<

men are given Instructions in;;the following of becoming a bond holder in the J0est ..
Save Ai a trades at the--'I'" nk. ..Corps mightiest so'to nation have the-of earth aaU.tactloD.l and in doIng of-, ByiEvecTest ...
Training schools: _
.. '- .. Mechanical school: Structural .design knowing! that you have. done ;your ..'
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ii SIN 186 of both light and heavy tanks.
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Detail instruction of Iras engine,
1 \ :- Contains the highest percentage of ZINC, mixed In correct proportion with: general principles of internal combustion
'I 'I<- pure Lead and. ground In genuine Unseed Oil. In point of appearances engines, construction' studyof
n covering capadty.nd longest wear,Pee Gee Mastic. Paint naa proved crank case, connecting'rod pis W A NT Eb u
Sgt' its worth'during more than fifty years.; cw tons cam shafts, etc. '' Carburetlon, ,

ignition, .transmission, ; and .. s
Ask us tor Free'Paint, Book. HHeinu and, Hot Jo, Paint-, ,Them" or, write cooling systems- ofld\\ genera shop ,.

Ida Peaslee-Gaulbert Go.,,"Incorporated, Louisville, Krr work. '
Tank driving ..school Tank drivingof :
Osceola Hardware' Company every description Is taught in this
.
,, school.-A qualified tank driver is ful- SOUr 'Orau XtiI

F Distributors for Pee,Gee'Paint Products ly qualified to drive -and manage ge '
h '. tractors. Gunners are given a' courseof

Ktssimmee., Flas'-. .. instruction in the nomenclature Clf J'lf, ' .,,...,....
revolver' ; machines. gun" and .small cal! : ,
ibre &'Un. "V
Reconnaissance- school: This school 1 ADDRESS
Instructs the soldier in the use of .. '
k Mt drawing instruments, _making': road '

and position sketches and map read-' Standard .Growers ExchangePreserve } :; .

l + uroT** J sssaewlndp,aol airs.W s.rtfs4 sal w Department, .' ,.ORUNDO I! -"'.flA,' Xr

blood, ,YMcaalarlsondas sous fuel Ms. ours. .5. .. ... .. -. rMn w. .n to '""- ,, ,. .. G yy t'N' .. '. ,. .. .. ,"... M1....." t i iI
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fOC.Jt. 1., THE KLSSlMMtE VALLEY' G1lzET1t'FRIDAY; ,MAY 2, 1919-. .

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f Inr, poultry"Clt..u. fruit andltrucke, Farming tpols -and 'Implements. LosrI(
i ,' RISSIMMEE VALLEY GAZETTEPoblUhrd : Ins, twice a month at 100 per year sated, near XenansvllU."" Price ,10k'< \
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thre years_for II.00. Only livestock half cashbalance terms tv suit. B.
J HONOREMBLEMS and general farming paper In the H. Guy K nan.Vlll Fla.. II.U' to:
EveryVr Frida,.. I seta Writ today.
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DWELLINGS for rent Apply to M.Tllleiv .
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> Klwil_H*. 'all.j'-1V..ue'. C,. .*" ''"OR' SALm-a.con".h.'nd Fordcars ,._._ .._
p'r' ____. FJ.rld.r ""
KI attractive prices Osc.ola Motor
', - . . Co. JOT Broadway.FOR FOR BKNT-l-room hou .' furnished; $$[>
; y W. ... Harris.' Pre.H*.t . .-0.. 10-room house furnished: hou..- i 4 -
H.! G.. Vase j%..ew;:-*ei* ..ry "' -SAUffi -Ehrhty--mcr" ..:' IS acres keeping rooms: unfurnlsbed dw l-
clearedand "b1t4.r fence: I acresinbearing ,Mrs. E. Id. Wells tc
t Telep... ,., ,_ _ '- '. :Ns. 11a Y, oranrer-g-rov, *: 11.000 worthof llnita.-" .
VICTORY cypress timber on tract; four-
"a
,' ......rI.el.. Rat.aC LIBERTY LOAN room house and kltch.n.A.1.o SO FOR BALB-On*Emerson Typewriter
bead of cattle and a good bjiooh of > model, three, vlslbl, as !good as. new.
::1. ... .11.00 ,
; One Yar ,. + tt.
A On Copy ---- .. Vaii4y 13aaette.
ran.hnrr. loose son the .nor. Ar".V"
,', One' Copy all Month..._....___ LUU
(, One Copy. Three Months..__.__ .60 . I
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All communication except from our "

'r ". allrn..d authorized. by the correspondents writer, mu.t a.e .1F Another Heard From!

nnlei elected_called matter for. will not ba_ returned' .:. Country

;Enter';. l-:In the I"o'"totne. at Klaslmsnee - v f f
Florida, a. .>e& -claa.. metter, >.: .
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(1 ,, '" Buy your-jGrjiceHes of the Cut Price Store; and

',t, .- ". save:' money to.buy Victor y Bonds and
MBeRa -
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e help your country, -

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'SATURDAY SPECIALS;


'h FOR CASH ONLY ',

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Meal and Grits, Sc Ib; 10 Pounds to a Customer .
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;' .. .FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1919 FLOUR. French Mu tard, bottle ____ .14

.; Gold Medal 24-lb sack_--__ 1.75 Durkey's Dressing u____. .14

$ .: That is tome tank. Pillsbury 24-lb sack ___ .::__ 1.75_ Smith,! Premier un.__ .35

Self-Rising, 24-lb sack u:__ 1.75 Curtis- Jams, bottle ._-nn .3%

i The( dove of peace has at last Loose Flour, per Ib ________ .7V4, All Jellies, Tumblers ___ un .14

'+ ,I found a lighting place. ,All Pancake Flour, Ib ___..-_ .15 Tall pink Salmon, can .n__ .20 .

? 1; I Black Eye Peas, lb. 9c., 3 for .25 Dark Red Salmon, can.. _. .30
War is not over till the Victory
subscribed to thelast HouseholdLEBEEilY Navy Beans, 2 lbs _______ .25 Chile Con Carne .u __.n- .12
Liberty Loan are Lima Beans, lb. 15c., 2 for._ .25 Wilbey's Dutch _Cocoa, Ib ___ ..28.J.orn '

'\. cent. 1 Irish Potatoes, 15 lbs to peck .65 :;; Flakes. 2 for ____.:__ .25 ,
,\
.. The Victory Liberty Loan will : Best Bacon ____________._._ .3 Post toasties, 2. for! ._nO... .25

,\ "1 nlah the job" and bring the boys : 40-50 Prunes, Ib '__u_.__:-_, ...r,, Shreaded Wheat, pkg. .;_____ .14
.
Y ___ ._ _
I Arbuckle. Coffee .30 Picnic Hani, Ib un .32
a home. IbX
.i: ; i O I White House Coffee, T><-.- .45 Sliced Ham, R' __. .--____ .50

,, It would seem as though Mexico IQ Maxwell House Cod, Ib ._ .40 No. 10 Snowdrift <_nn 1___ 2.40 n

H t. has suffered enough without those 1 Senate Coffee, $r-_n_*____ .45 No.4 Snowdrift _nnn 1.20

six candidates for presidency. No 1 Tomato. can lOo, 3 for .2,; Lard, Compound-Ib un.___ .28

,1 F'r No. 2 TqpTBtoes ..._n____-_.. .15
; Swat the rooster! Infertile eggs Van DKl'CtfS ,i.
Camp's Pork and Beans 14

St ,. are hard to spoil, and are more. mar- MONOa.MSL.M. THE: VICTORY Catsup, per'bottle n.n__.- .11 Turpentine, per battle __,, ___ .10 ..

ketable than the fertile ones. LIBERTYLOAN Kerosene Oil, gallon __ __. :17 Camphor, per bottle n__. ___ .25

VICTORY Thread spool unun____ .0"i: Castoria, per bottle .____u .30 "
it Hi The Victory Liberty Loan will bean '
No 2 Peas, best .- .1! ", Sulphur, per pkjr ___ __hn__ .05 ,
'y expression of grattitude of the ,
INDUSTRIAL, HONOR EMBLEMA.WAROCO No. 2 Corn ____U..hU ___ .1 1 ; Epsom Suits, per pkir ___ 0. .05 -
: t K F American people for their deliverance LOAN BY THE Peaches, Heavy' Syrup __ __n .J-4:! Vaseline, per bottle .uu__ .05 -
fromwar.. '
UMTCP' STATtS TaAOVAVDLaARTrirlr' Peaches, California n n' -Jj :Machine; Oil, per bottle --_ .20 ,

s club Apricots, heavy syrup n__._ >. SJ!:! Sweet Oil, per bottle .--_ __. .14 ; (.
Many pig boys are furnishingthe
:!< AWARDED BY THE
Grated Pineapple, can nn 'JO Carbolic Acid, per bottle --__ .14 T
; breeding stock for their commun UNITED STATtf TDEASURV OtPANTMINT
ity. The good work of these boys .... Can Pumpkin, No. 3- .__ 1):) Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle__ .14

cannot be overestimated. Kraut, No.3 ____hnn__ :'n: ', f, .

Fish Flakes, can ____ ... .10 All Feeds, Hay and Gram, too :1
= The proposed park project on the I Four distinct honor emblems have counties did their rart in the first n* 7 suitable for JlylPK'bver builldIngs All Pickles, bottle n__.._n .14 fluctuating to quote prices. s: .,

.t -", '. lots adjoining the A. C. L. passenger been provided by the Liberty pan brKanlration &. loan as authority to warrant the I or decorating windows. .
':i1o. -
A neat little emblem wilt be awarded
4 t, depot must have more lives than the of the Sixth Federal Jle- nuance of the flag provided therjbave

proverbial cat, for it has been revived serve j District for The Victory Loan I gone "over the top" *In subsequent which to every every household member in or the employee districtin CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY t)
again. : campaigns.
campaign, April 21 to May 10. buys Victory Loan I short-term notes

.a. There will be two flags in the com- The community honerr flag for the or bonds. This is aQ attractive design I Phone 141 422 Broadway .. ;
_, Kissimmee, in common with other petition among communities. Another Victory Loan is ot A somewhat similar In two colors, carrying the, inscription ';
; tb."'+ y'I, ''. cities of the south,,, paused for awhile 'type of flag wftl be awarded to indus design. TheXblue "V" signifying "Household 100 per cent honor emblem QUICK SALES ;AXD SMALL PROFITS -'h ,I < ...

,* ; J Saturday to honor the dead of another :tnal///plAints, stores factories and other Victory occuprestlie wHlte field In the Victory Libert Loan. Awarded by :. .

9 war in observance tof the Southern 'organizations, arid a paper emblem I center. This emblem will\ be awardedto the United State. Treasury Depart. ,r .
will be awarded to households. all/efrnmuniUes which reach their !
emoriaJ.pa-;; --r: ment.
< 'The'sag 'which will be most sought tU, In the final drive.A Every town and county la the district ,. .'

t( .f'r!,' ';, The county agent is seeking :.the ,after (is:the one to be awarded to com special flag has been provided for i. striving for the ',community ; ... ..
-' "'., ',,.t support of the board of trade ,in esi 'munlties which have oversubscribed organizations. The design resembles Bag. Leaders'in church organizations; .. ;

,: ."." .!/I.\' "\> tablishlng co-operative their quotas in all loans. The rfealgnla the community flag, with an additional employers' in factories, stores and .offices ., :
a dairy association
;
,."'"""..". ''I 'very much like the Fourtli Liberty Inscription as follows: ".the'Victory and others are urging their members ,
'". t: in Osceola county., No project 'Loan flag-white, with red border and Liberty: LoaD Industrial Honor Em ..and. employee to subscribe,, so TT4:

could be worthier of their support four vertical stripes/and oner trarv blem. Awarded by the United States that they may win the right to fly the

for opportunities of this section 'rne stripe,. resemtdlng a tartly mark.'In Treasury Department. The Industrial flag Thousands of them are being

for development along that line seem the first campaign the cities and emblem will -be given to every organization awarded tbroughcut the country, and i.

to be limitless, 'counties' werXnot assigned quotas. It seventy-five per cent of this district will get its snare It the ,

I has bee tfeclded to aceept'a statement whose members subscribe to the VIc- people do not lag In making their subscriptions -

Last week the Gazette' stated that from .... fie county chairman that the tory Loan. It is a handsome cloth to the Victory Loan. I
_.L __ _ _ _ _
one.of our prosperous merchants had ,

_joined_the "own a (home club" and- 'as follows: 'pealed No Worm. la a Healthy Child I

es sine that time he has been berieg'ed Section 2. That on or before ,Sep- ., Section 4. That all the provisionsef AH children troubled with trains kayo sa_, CHILDREN'S SHOES r
.. with enquiries' as to what spr of a terpber 1, 1919, and on or before Sep- chapter 6530. and chapter 6916, of healthy color.which Indicates poor blood,and as. .
tember 1, of each year thereafter the the laws of Florida not in conflict; role tb_ I. more or lees Momach'diMurbanc ;
club that is and as to thebeft manner CROVC! TASTELESS: chili TONIC given refaluhr We have them in all )
c, county commissioners of the counties with the provisions this act shall styles and price*. Bring the Jciddies
.; lot two or three weeks will aarlelntb. blood. 1mpnv -
of folnlngit._ Simple enough; Just in- desiring to use and work state con- ;[i remain, in full force and effect. .tbo dlsooUon.and act as a General Strmrtk- in and let us fit them.
:
v ? ;v quire of some real*Slate man or "cpS- VIttr'"upoir' the "public"roads of sal d!I/f Section 5.' All 'provisions of Jaw' onlos Toota to the wbot system. Nature will then
tractor and he-will put wise. counties shall -apply to' board of commissioners tin conflict herewith are hereby 'reJ' throw off or dtepol th.worms,and the Child will bola For the Grown
you Our 4
,I of state, institutions for . perfect bMhb. PteoMnt to tako lOcI perbottl* Up **. .Line': .:

any number not exceeding lift,- (50)( ),j -Section 6. This act! shall become i* Also Complete ,
., o SHOULD PAY? in number of state convicts, said ;,operative from and after its passage NOTICE. :

ear ago today Washington re. county may desire to use,, for and approval by' the governor, or upon Notice is hereby given that the Ladies' 'High Grade. Dre Shoes ---____,____from $4.00 to.< ,$ t.OO /

rted that nearly' 50,000 tons of working .fts public, roads; and said I its becoming a law without such City Council. Klssimmee, Fla., will Men's High Grade Dress Shoes ---...________from $5.00 to310.00Men's
board. of commissioners of said institutions receive bids Tuesday, May 6th at
)!{;; approval. ,
;, .steel, ships were completed,and ready t shall set apart the numbcritaf: J I t 8:80p. m., (new time) ,for furnishingone Work Shoes ---.-from $4.00. to 1.1.60 t

j for service at ,American shipyard stats convicts required .In each such 666 quickly relieves Constipation, thousand cords of good solid pine "

r ; ?daring the ,last-year., j year by such county orcounties from I BilioueneatLose/ of Appetite' and wood, delivered at the, City Water& FRED S. GILBERTFURNITURE '
',The,war so.far: this month-April, grade one, and or grade three, .and Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.-adv. Lift-ht Plant. (Cut 4x4x8 feet.) __ -
,191$), has.eoit..the United States an deliver the same to said county commissioners Bids to be filed with City! Clerk. .
as requested ,by'them Council reserves the right to reject .
/ .
: KISSIMMEE BRIDGE CLUB .
"average of $40,000,000 a day, which from .and all bids. .
j'.. time to time. Such .county or any. .
ti v includes a daily ,,loan of' ,110,000,000 counties using and working state I DELIGHTFULLY-ENTERTAINED This 25th day of April, 1919.
to oar allies. ,|convicts on the' public roads shall ; .J. B. 6ILGERT, :
t. ''e h t., Announced that Lieut. p.. DeFreest guard, clothe, feed maintain and Mrs. Wayne" Ward and Miss Mildred 192t.. ; City Clerk&:. ',
j give medical attention to all convicts Turville were joint hostesses on. ,
:' Lamer, American aviator in France, in the county's care at the Thursday afternoon of last week, entertaining MOTICK.' .
; 1 '"r ; sus brought down his second German'of said county.: Said expense the ..J.illllrmee'Bridge) "" r :
county eommlst ;;
airpJ.De., and few friends at the home of the Sealed bids will b .received by the E
,: ?: I Ir sioners of all such county or-eounties a Board of County CommlMloner of'' eW
-....4r; :.. ',* American troops take'1 part in the shall at all time work control former. ,Osocola County, Florida, up to 10 a. x 1

'# ;fighting' before Amiens, ,winning the guard, clothe, feed and maintain) patd j I pleasant Four tables of, Mrs.players Claud enjoyed Harper ths :and m.;, June fifty tt'i.: : 1919,No for. 1 or Two I wire hundred cut :
'praise of seasoned state convicts under the supervision eventi lur brick, and one thousand sacks of ,
ofr
campaigners winning ub Mrs C. F.
prize
l f of the board of .xcunmissioner of 'cement : S
r{ a 'British and French forces state institutions Burrows the guest prize and' Miss The Board reserves the right to. reject -
and snail i -r
; comply
) any and all bld>. ,, '
v
Marion the consolation. The. .
'They..Fought; We- Mat Fay-: with all rules and regulations';'which Porter J. OVERSTREET,
t nay be prescribed the ''commle.slon.r hostess served a dainty salad course ,ICJerk'-ot the .Board of County '
BILLTO ABOLISH ,; :with coffee and cake at the conclusion I l .. Comma/ :
R of agriculture .
; THE end the. *a td ., can supply .r
c of the -- allyoufwants
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board game.Their T
of commissioners
of Ntite'institutions WE ,
,S ', f CONVICT.LEASE SYSTEM for. such}..... xronvict and ffceir j I I guests were: Mrs. James
: aremaintenance. rfn. <4 nmtootlAn.. ___ __' ___' ....11'. i Carson, Mrs. C. A. Carsdn Jr., ..Mrs.Emmett' Classified Advertisements in the line Furniture .. P +
'l .., Tallahassee -- n n. !
April 25Mr.
I. Chavous \ Brown Mrs. G. C. Livings- ,
, 's" - .r'.. ;. of Lafayette county' proposes a (shall grade be one paid convicts for: ct used the rate by a of county eight son, Mrs. ,W, H. Boise Mrs S. H. .. and Household Goods at ... '
lULhe has before the house to abol dollars ( Bullock. .14.... Eugene Bryan, Mrs. :FOR B.ALm-One Berkshire, brood aow veryReasonable
(18.00)
ish'the convict lase--antem and theworking ) per month and all Claud Harper Mrs, W. W, Carson; ..:tnt! seven plgSv Cheap W, H.Wilson . .
grade three ((3)) convicts used by a Vine Klsslmriute i Prices.
Fla.
8U .
.
,, of the '
convicts
on the public county shall be paid for at,the rate Mrs. Howard Kats Mrs. C. F., Bur- Jft-lt I
is .Toads. It provides how the counties of oh. dollar rows. Misses Alice' Steed. :Marion ,
; : obtain them 'and ($1.00), per month. __ J NO EXTRA CHARGE-Phon. ol-writ ,
the *
nay and Frances ,
limits num. porter Bay. _.
fI
Section
2. That section 6 of chap.tr ? a and I'll om No rajs* In price.I '
her to be-let' out to any.on.county to'iifty 6815 of the' lawsof Florid.. ap- Same .-"e five 4 dollars. No mlleair: : YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT OUR STORE',
;. June 4 \ Rub-My-Thm is a powerful antiseptic ! Your Friend and' Tuner1, Wade, the -
and
be the
; 1916. same ,
t *,The bill follows reby. ; .it kills the. poison caused Tuner Orlando. 'IO..t-pd

.5 A: bill to be entitled an act to amended so as to; read as from infected cuts cure! old sores, J J. -Ja 'ser Cow for\ gala and you can arrange to in
mend sections 2: and 6, and'.to repeal olowt'w) tetter, etc. (Adv.) Henry Shards 17-tf. pay

M section. of chapter 6915 lot the laws ful for any suite convict''tobe-* ,.. WANTED-Good household furniture, small monthly installments if
of Florida approved June 4 1915 MISS LEONA YATES youso ,
,
,
'f'' Quired to work more than twelve (1?) also some tr
i (
'entitled maintenance"An .act :relative to the. care, hours a day, which shall. include/the, DIED SATURDAY .-R. F. D. No.kKY'lm'.1; <1 :flWHA.T desire. \ .
and hiring of the state
i time used in'going,from and returning : AM I offered. for 40 acres Irk '- :: "'1t'
.'oCOnYicta.an4 rpaking an appropriation to camp or stockade. Miss Leola Yates died at ChattahoocKee - OKeoehob. coup :. lAnd in Sea 1721.54. -
S. for'the .carrying out of the pro-I Section. That section 3 of Saturday' and her _Address 'R." care Kisslmtpee
thereof.* chapter body.was Valley. Oasette. tt. COME IN AND LOOK OVER: OUR STOCK
/risions TODAY'J. ',
t. 916 of the laws of Florida approved brought here for burial in the "old "
Be it 'tha. legislature of June ]UOKKT TO ;LOAN-On real .. ty'AC'
afact.dby 4. 1915, is.hereby aboi family lot in Shingle Creek cemetery tate I ..\
'n
\\.he. state : [[bed and section and eattl 0 ors-e! W.IPO' AttF..
r The'deceased tbe
8 of chapter 6916, was daughter of .. <' ,
v Kl lmmg 'Fla. .
11-Ut-pd ,
4 Section L : That section two ((2) of laws, of Florida: authorizing the Mr. ,and Mrs. .Edward Yates of the \ I
4cliaptev fi16 of.the laws of Florida I I board 'of commissioners of state ins Boggy Creek section.",' .. ; ]TARMZRSeend. today for a fre* sansfl '.if!1'';;GRANTH4M, -n .,'

.... .tapProTed., Jane 4, 1915,' be and ..thej stitntions to lease certain _., r Services :were. held ..Tuesday"' 2 tookman.* epy,.(published the iriorida at Jacksonville.Vanae ."d ; /OO yS.el: r ef.ry'sgati..l,' _

,; It: f Hf". JbMiBbjr! \,nunntiqwf....t *; W. $iet"tp prlSaki.ea- ''U'....... erebryet t I o'clock! Rev. Q.' B. );Falls officiating. ?) cite_about livestock; ,.....II ./ 4alrjr .1'6 .

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'Following are daily: temper' ,,; \ I Never Saw

tares and precipitation .* ,.- . '

a ported by' Government station > .....

4 tt Cissimmee fog .h. week end1 1 | ,, ' A Bug"VTfae
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May -
.ing Thursday, '* t't ,
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, Ma. Mln. Rain 11i" ", <' that I '
with
potatoes prayed JPyrox kept green ,,
..Thursday, '...,. '''89 56. : "" ,
Friday; .:::..... 91 67 ': y ?? never taw a bUll them after,using PJTOX. It It caster

) Saturday -.... 90 65 3 r fig to apply than any mixture I hare ever used"and will not

; Sunday ....... 92 J 56 ... '''wash off in the heaviest showers."-L. LrrrLiMiUJ, t
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Monday _,._____ 90 60 p'4 C1 winner of the! first prize of $200in {Maine potato grow ,
: 88 64 ',
Tuesday .:. jc h frig contest*

Wednesday ____ 85'67IITEMSOF'AWEEK I T t4 a 4 Ix ik x

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IOO.OO..oOtOO The
Spray
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111' that Adds to
,, Yourl"rofJt"
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a \ t- kills the bug at fast 'as they'appear, and prevents ".

blight; androt. Use it-on' 'the' young; ...

-'#' t. plant before bugs or blight get their .tartWJiynottrytt .,
Sale-Four, mules W. J.,MillerT
For .
a. ? You might Iii, II t, ,
: 46tfL. 4, 'i k54Pcj"t"'n' r r ; .( s9 y ..:..
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U. Zimmerman of,etdjpud wasa -::- ; )Z." Get this Pyrox Crop Book. It raise bow to,roor 1 -;-

business visitor to Kiasimmee l test roar crops. against bugs, worms and iae...... Ask
for a cop,. ,
Wednesday d N sue' ,
Bathing Caps at Central l Drug aA ..0- CENTRAL DRUG ,STORE. '
't' ''I- Kissimmee \
9 Store. Florida''
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tiR 4 ,
Col. Thomas Palmer, a prominent ; ' 4

attorney of Tampa, was here on legal rt #" t. ....... .
% business Tuesday.
*
Pyrox-For. sale by Central Drug suggestions made. A general) Why Not Spend Your ''Vacation. at
Store. .
.. symposium was the next feature of
Mrs. M. F. Byars left Monday for ,r. the program when Mrs. Lupfer was MERCER HEALING
I Atlanta to spend the summer with asked to 'outline her plan as it now II ,
relatives and friends. ', - existed and in she said "We
reply ;
I ; T. .1.. hope to make Kisslmmee. better SPRINGSUp
Harry Dale left Tuesday morning; Colorite"',tall colorsat CentralDrug Henry VIII) to" go Into the woods the a
and
for Lake Wales, where he a engaged Casino Theatre' happier place than ever beforeby '
before and gather the MOUNTAINS
Store. Phone 41. nigh May day supplying more pleasures for bur In OF WEST
In building a big packing house. I Following the Easter services at flowers and branches with which they youth in the form of community VIRGINIA where the air (la par
in II. E. Cole spent the day in Kis- of decorated their houses the next day. and.nights cool The water U cool!
the Christian church, the subject i Week of May 5th 'events. The city should have at least '
simmee where he was called on ac- : Robin Hood and his band of merry sparkling and ,
the sermon for next Sunday evening / " ,two public play grounds where tennis pure; cannot: be surpassed -
t count of business.-Lakeland Star. will be "Heaven." Everybody: wel- Met I'r'.})fee'' 480.:. : : : : Night 8:15: men, and Maid Marian probably: added "courts could-.be,-set..up,, with possibly for the cure of stomach, kids
For Sale] Genuine MONDAY something to the" woodland festival bladder :
Hatching Eggs : come. swings and other pleasure devices. ney or any fornv of akin diseases

Ferris strain of white leghorns; $1.75 Mrs. G. M. Sawyer and family who 'Clara"A Kimball ROAD THRU Young THR In : D\RK" and perhaps even the May pole These should be centrally' located and ; make one feel like ..a new

per setting. A. E. Thomas. 9-tf' have been visiting(' her mother, :Mrs ;Jttl Kpiande: HotldlnlTl itself. in our estimation, the Hart Memorial person. For booklet of Information,.'
c Mr*. Margaret Blackwell left Tuesday Margaret Blackwell, for some time 'KHIJAV8eBl The May poles erected; in Englishvillages grounds would be an ideal spot for address. "R. G. Meador, Prop'r, at
f for a two week's visit with her left this week to join Mr. Sawyer at .t Hawakawa In during the 15t'Ircentury were lone of these courts. We have looked Athena? W. ... or - r .
daughter Mrs. J. P. Kirwen, in Fort Myers. THH Graphic TEMPLE OK_ DUSK'Oaumont usually of birchwood, and 'were .over other places and we now think Mrs. A. B. Morrison, assistant MET.tain ;
wound, during a dance, with flowers
that
South Carolina. the lots owned the --
} I Messrs. George and Sumner Leit- vs'I I\ESIJA: \ and ribbon rarlands. I by government -
;+ Agra Perfumes'. They're fine. Ten ner and their sister, :Mrs.\ T. S. Chatham Deal THC Love WIHHINQ In JUNO A1N." An English writer records the fact facing Possiel avenue and its quota' IWCKJcsgo, the treas-

}, 4z i odors, $1.00, and $1.50 an ounce, at of Arcadia, and daughter, were Mutt and Jeff In that English maidens once thought Church street would be another suit ury announced, were the: brewers, i
)F! Central I iug Store Phone 41. Sunday visitors at the home of their "\HUIiENZOLI4PrtN. \U8VOI2 'May dew a great beautifier, and went able location. These are, "however,,I distillers and tobacco dealers. A'

Mrs Kenney departed Tuesday for mother! and sisters here. : MAKIH' out into the fields very early the first ,only suggestions), and changes are'I telegram from one of the leaders 'i
: an extended trip through Kansas, ; forever TH1'IlaiAl'Oeo. of morning' to rub their cheeks likely to be made as the plans are given out by the treasury said they
Let Anna Case sing for you Walsh In'HELP. May ( ;worked out. Everythng is only in had "done the
,. Oklahoma and other North and 1I1: ''' with dew and job cheerfully",despiteprohibition
on "The Phonograph with a Soul, for HELP thereby secure rosy '
embyro as yet, I II
Western States. sale by Central Drug Store. Harold I.oyd Com.-d>". checks for the remainder of the year ('I and high taxes.
FRIDAY Mav is holiday in Sweden I| S. B. Aultman -replied to Mrs. Twelve new counties in the Atlanta
q J. I). Woodbeck left Sunday night Roy Starbird, who has been con- All !Star! Cast In"COME where day the a custom great is for each village 'lLupfer'a, talk by saying every one I, district were reported above their
for a week's business trip to Atlantawhere nected with the base, hospital at Key THRU" sham between I Iwho was interested in the Hart Me 'quotas today including Randolph
to fight
ArbucMe Corned
1/ he went in the interest of his West, has been honorably dischargedfrom ) stage a 'morial l
l : I t SATURDAY the forces of Summer and Winter, building to whom she had yet county Georgia which raised its
r-cn'::ng picture bUlllnsa.f military service and joined Mrs. Montague Love In 'with Winter always defeated, burnedin spoken regarding the subject was quota in 14 minutes at a rally

I r f Hear that "Moonlight Trio" on the Starbird here this week. I THE: HAND INVISIIII.K. :' effigy, and his ashes strewn over strongly] in favor of utilizing the

I New Edison The 'Phonograph with C. F. Steiner and family left Mon- In 15th THE and last LIGHTNING eplaode of RAIDKU"Fraatls .IVnillilto I'a new-planted gnrden.In ,grounds; for a court, and she person- I STRAWBERRIES IN FLORIDA

t a Soul." They're great. Central day for tHeir home in Pittsburg, Pa., Ford In Pleat Kplaod.THK America, the old' New England] ,ally strongly faVored. making the

:; '., it Drug Store, Agents. after spending the season here. Theyare Comedy SILENT MYi1TEHYJ'Sunshine . custom of the May walk, in which pretty building a social Center for the ted"Strawberry States" is Varieties th. title of.in 'the Farmers'Bulletin Uni- ,

: Mr. and Mrs. Schelle bines, among the regular winter residents 'CHOOSE YOUR EyiT" everyone leaves his business for the! young people. No. Issued the i
( 1043. just
by
I of Kisslmmee and their return l I Mrs. Merrill who has devoted
\" Mrs. W. M Haynes, Miss Nettie day and goes to the woods to gather U, S. "of
Department
may be expected next fall. much of her life to welfare work Agriculture,
t J Maines and Rev. Milo H. Msssoy I 4 wild flowers and enjoy the spring
t Ajrra Fine Perfumes, for sale by Washington--. D. C., Florid* home !
motored+ to Krssimmea or '.hg day Don't forget Dr. P. J. Cannon, the, Central Drug Store. world-is one well]] worth cultivating.] ;,was asked to speak Mrs. Merrilasked.to garden people should send for, it,'
\ Tuesday.-Sanford Her .ld.' resident Osteopath, makes a special: ] )1] So also]" is the custom of giving and be excused from a formal the State Bu '
I Marketing w,
,.au.
Ira Wetherby of the Milliard's Is- says >
baskets. speech but voiced hen of the
I Kissimmee was ably represented in ty of chronic diseases. Office at residence receiving flower-filled May approval Improved varieties have been '
Many
lend section, was in town this morn-. work undertaken the club
: 'If Orlando today by the following well- 619 Mabbette St. Office hours Our modern world hat-none too much by snyng developed from the original i"wild ,
1 .,fI!! Sto9amlto4,7to9p.m. Now Ing. of' either flowers or sentiment. Send ltvrs, a vital 'question and worthy of
7; ,..... known citizens, Messrs. Fred M. ,type. The Plant; City and Ladeland
, :o Bass, G. C. Livingston and Eugene making low summer rates. 18tfCounty I Mrs. David Lay cock of Orlando, a May basket to your best beloved their careful'consideration.. Mrs districts cultivate the ,Missionary,
___ C Bryan.-Reporter-Star. 'I I :Judge Rufus M. Bobbins, was Anderson a guest: Thursday of Mrs. H. W. land just see if she isn't pleased! (I IMOTHERSTEACHERS Merrill made a number of good suggestions !- while the Starke and Lawety sec
and closed her
f.) of Palm Beach dis- talk by wish. tions, the Klondike. The :,
or Mrs. W. B. Harris returned from county was a plant largest '
I the
'. .. Winter Haven Monday after spending tinguished visitor in Kissimme Tuesday E. E. Skipper of Bartow, one of CLUB I their ing undertaking.organization "good .peed" in, shipments north from, Florida are
week-end wth her night. The- judge was touring Polk county I cattle kings, was a Kis made from the localities named.' ''
the daughter
: URGE CIVIC TENNIS COURSE i
Miss Mattie Belle Harris, who is this section by auto, and stopped over simmee visitor today.- I The meeting closed with a short The Missionary is of Virginia ori. '

,.,' leading in the schools there. for the night at the Graystone, I I-Hon.W..-JS ar .-'member of-con-' TThe Kissimmee Mothers-Teachers ,business' session to dispose' '. ot business gin, and .the Klondike originated in
hotel. 'gress from this district Mrs. Sears routine. Louisiana. The considered
', ,,, 'Mrs. W.' L. Winn left Friday night!: ;; 'if. club which has ,,never relaxed its ef- latter '
and Mr*. : C. Stanford, of Kissim of the best varieties in
Corporal] E. L. Company one shipping
' for Tallahassse to attend the recital J Campbell forts in behalf of the young of the
mee, were at the New Fort Pierce WAR EXPENSES ,STILL CLIMBING the 'country, and its foliage I.'e1'J'
.
:'i : given by her daughters Misses Grace G, 101st Inf., 26th Division arrived 'city: even through the trying times
f '. and Gl1 Isle Winn. She expects to be home: Saturday night,' bringing with Hotel Lucie Tribune.Saturday and Sunday,-St..i of war, ia now launching a campaignto Washington; May I 1.->The treasury resistant is against disease The Missionary
.
: l'' absent from home for a week. 'him an honorable discharge from ,' provide for the social side of their department today reported a "some a much better berry here
'I Mr. and Mrsl J. B. Hale] and' their military! service., He came home from <{I' Mrs. Braxton Beacham and (daughter nature by establishing "..f and what quickened Interest" in the Vic- than. it Is in the state north of.us.
Miss Norm and Mrs. Braxton There are some 26 varieties in the 1
overseas in the same ship with Capt. sane" amusements. tory liberty loan campaign.based on
"i, granddaughter, Miss Marie In'Oma-Boyd Carson. Beacham, Jr.. and Mrs. Dave Rod-I The idea was suggested by Mrs. S.. reports fom federal reserve .districts. country commonly grown for market,
left this week for their home
111. The Hales have been Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moody left gers, of Orlando, motored to Kissim- iL. Lupfer and taken Up by Mrs. Best, The total subscriptions oflciallv ]- 'but the Klondike] constitutes I about g
( ha. to Kissimmee. for and coming have- yesterday for their home HI Amanda. I mee yesterday, and while in town (president of the club, and other influential tabulated still stodd at $1,130 one-third of the acreage, all in the

.\ years Qhio, to spend the summer. Mr. :were guests of Mrs. H. W. Anderson members, and it has been. 697,000. The treasury's review ofprogress South. The Missionary however,.
who will look
friends :i
many warm and Mrs. J. M. Lee.D. does best in Central and South Flor,
.t forward to their return. Moody is not sure whether he will j .. [,received with? enthusiasm by all { of the campaign said: . '
: return next season or not, as he hasa G. Wagner. and family. J. Wade .,thoughtful parents who have long ."The percentage of the quota officially ida. .It has a long' shipping, seafton' ,,
Captain R. WMeiM jon. returned winter home in California and may Tucker and family, Mrs. Ames and realized the lack of entertainmenthere subscribed -is' still below the from December until April. ,.
I- from New Smyrna last 'week where decide to go there.. family and Misses Lola Lawler and in common with small 'cities.f percentage( the .fourth liberty .loan Every: home in Florida with a garden ,
; he and Mrs. Meiklejon have beenrvls- ,' the busfness Ethel Hall and. J. J. McCranie and A well attended meeting of the subscribed at -this peri dr There la,a should 'have a. few strawberry-
Yesterday principal
:-'y ; Ding friends. Mrs. Meiklejon went houses of the city began the- half i i!Alan McCranie, motored to Conway [,club and its friends was called at the general falling! off in the average plants. ''Write for the bulletin and
'l directly from New Smyrna to Hali- and closed{I Thursday afternoon for a swim in [Hart Memorial Thursday afternoon-quota subscribed and .worker are at make arrangements" 'to have- some. t
holiday custom "
fax, Canada where she will]] be the their doors season at 1 o'clock., This will the lake and a picnic supper j,to consider the subject. By request : a loss to explain IU Every district next season, ;

guest of her sister for rome time. continue throughout the summer sea-1), The attention of,''the ''Circuit Court ,.of the president, Mrs. Fripp called the 'seems .to., be hopeful that it will obtain '
' The Christian church will comply 'session to-order and stated its object its, -but of FOR RENT=FurI Jiedflat with '
aT son and will provide the proprietors I[this week was taken up with the case i quota none them are
With observe L. Committee Mothers and employees a few hours weekly 1*[of'S.| ,B. Aultman.] vs.:, City of Kissimjmee. \ I'(. giving It brief resume of the situa- :overly optimistic., " modern improvement. W ,B.'Han's' ,
'
: and next Sunday a"B rest and recreation I|I The case has gotten as far as I II tion here and''suggesting some of the T he fret\ : trnd.. committee to obi'ttazttt office. 14-tf

.; Day. Special sermon and every < the, examination": the fourth witness results the club hoped to accomplish. ..._ __ L .
i' ,. '| Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Allan, Mrs. )I I i I ..
to be The' "
rnoflher.urged present. for j 'The organization was fortunate to
the when
plaintiff court adjourned -
G, A. Brlgg..nd Mrs.. P. C. Buttorff ,, I
;,. flower committee will have a boquet on Thursday morning until. 10 hive as guests two 'women who had
I I returned week extended ,
this from an
" ." for each mother. I I o'clock today had a wide experience: in public
motor Miami vs.
'": tt.' \' Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bogue, whohare and other trip point to of Interest Palm with Beach a, work, Mrs. L. A. Hamilton, of Toronto u
r 'been spending a few weekshere Canada 'Who Is one of Killim.mee' .
visit at' Daytona and Coronado'on PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL
; most 'valued winter residents.
J".. looking after property left
their return. Bob Bullock who has
5, ; Wednesday for Knights/ for a final just returned from oversea servicewas PRONOUNCED, SUCCESS and Mrs. Merrill of Wisconsin," who
is the of her old time friend
"" visit with her daughter before returning guest ,
[ one of the party but.he'remainedat .
: :' to their home in Casso lIs.* .The pleasant silver'social given at Mrs. Fripp. *
.
, .Coronado for visit.
a longer
c"," Mich. They expect to leave "} the home of Mr and Mrs. J. ,W. Wil Mrs. Fripp. in introducing Mrs. r
'
,Michigan Saturday 'Have the glorious voice of Anna der by the Ladies Aid of the' Presby- ,Hamilton, said she' was too well t
B W'j; Case with you forever, The New terian church 'Thursday nijfht was known by Kissimmee audience to

;. "Friends In Kissimmee received O'j Edison will put it there. Central largely attended and was pronouncedone need .-recapitulation of her work. .; .
vitations this week to tflie Drag Store. Agents. of. the most enjoyable events of Mrs.. Hamilton .began her talk by

ment exercises at the State Mr.- and Mra. L A. Hamilton, Mr. the season .." placing before."her .audience thejrreat

for deaf and dumb at St.. and Mrs. W. A. Hamilton and daughter .The rooms were attractively decorated need of the world today.was serviced .
i,,' from Mill Amelia Lorenjs;: daughter! Miss Frances expect to leave with cut"flowers and fern/. rot the service of the past few'years'' -

a of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lorens, ofj Saturday for their home near Toronto. No formal] or set program was ar- when the, war:was tearing the hearts NEW VICTOR RECORDS'.'FOR, MAV '
this city who graduates 'with the of the nations but the service of binding
Bull Hamilton-will remain hero ranged, though many amusing surprised '; ,;.-:
.: 1919'class., The exercises will take I till the 'end of May before joining added to the merriment of the up the wounds of hearts.. and :V"J. ft.j ,

place May 9th. them. The Hamilton are among the evening. minds .and meetng the new condi. 64803. Calling Me Home to .You. ?( MeCormack.... : ' I, '
l tiff .
.
.
': W B. Harris left Tuesday for mast prominent and popular of Kis- Oneof.the.. was a groUPpf.llleS to tions. v 'r. '..
f; lanta to be present"at the "j immee's, winter resldentar; and 'their which were. attached numerous "The problems] of' child welfare Isof II' I "After'AIL". Werrinralh. ,"" "* 'U- i- i'2';'.

,' Loan' of Statesmen return next fall will be pleasantly string. These were sold and when course essential* the' women '!
Congress 45162
,
I r ?
.l. ,, 't Publishers, "which convened there I Ik. anticipated by, a .(host OJ"warm the owners drew_.out'the..strings. ..var- problems," she said. :nd'what is I !Y1tJ. ..
} "Lonesome. That's Lambert
i ; All.
The had for its ,friends. Jous articles followed done for the chlld by its Wther Murphy. '
.: May 1st. congress : '
guest of honor, the Hon. Carter Mrs. M. A. Clark Mrs. W J. Fripp At the conclusion 'of'the fun refreshments best done. She commended the club I iI. 1 'J.ki;

\\II-! ,," 4 Glass secretary of the. treasurer of and her guest .Mrs. Merrill, of Wisconsin -, of'-delicious home made for shouldering this burden their and saidit : | Don't Cry French/. Don't Cry," ,Charles H rt-EIliott Shaw ;
'' Mr. and Mfr J. Wesley cake and fruit punch were served. was a work worthy of efforts. -'' '
; the>, United States. Mr. Harris will ;. I 18538 j I I'e' '" fc '"
, k-
- Brown Mrs. T. M.-Rivers H N. I The silver for the Aid She spoke with approbation.of..thegeneral
the week. Mrs. -offering '
a' .return the last of "
f "I Know What It Means
'plans of the club to supply to Be Lonesome. Henry Burr.
Bratton MA. Mrs. H. :M. exceptionally
Sawyer, treasury was an generous -
,., Sam Story,. so"n of Mr., and Mrs.. Breaker Mrs., John Bronson and Mrs. one. community amusements which should I I '. . .... ..'
who home on a be kept separate and distinct from Bind. :.
A. M.; Story eagle Moseley were among the Kissimmee adeon.lfictor! ,
Lf.\ ten day furlough, the first .in three W, C" '1'.. U. motoring, to St. CloudThursday ALL ABOUT MAY DAY. commercial] amusements... She gave ,18534 I- I '.,
of'service in the navy received some practical'suglt8stions as to the : ,,!'\'
toattend the district '
r years convention May day the true spring festival, "Marche Fraocaise. "Victor Band. +
p': j wire'' Sunday to shorten his visit One pleasant feature of the most approved method of carrying : .
r board the "Petrola" for is as ancient holiday as we' find in out the 'plans] to the greatest, pointof ,' ..' ,
l' "aDd '
report'on bountiful din .
a day was the picnic er "
P"t ':: .. -duty"at Boston by the second of May. air] the calendar. usefulness and stressed MM importance : "Wedding'Much.: i Sous&i: $ancL. .' .-,,- '"
: The Easter services at the The rites of the feastof
splendid few reviving senior
New Yorkharbor of placing women on .
Petrola] will leave .,
\0' The with of food en route ,Christian church conducted by the May' which we celebrate boards for'the movies; of having all/ 35683 1 March l..1.

for Germany a, and cargo will bring soldiers] Sunday school brought forth so generous casional. May pole dance, a banging play' grounds and places] >of Amusements Coronation frora'Le Prophcte." Pry r.. .: ' '
an offering that the church organization of May balket."and sometimes a May carefully supervised and of -.;
\ home. I have now. raised five-sixth walk:..- r. 'a'',dim and tattered rem- forming junior committees to cooperate It- -
Mr*. L. M. Merrill of Wisconsin, ,of its quota foVbenevolence; ) : nris-> nant of the old"Romanr festival of with the club. The keynote of 70123,{ -When I W_ Twenty-One.. Harry Lauder. 'I't

':(l is visiting Mr*. W. J. Fripp. Mrs. I II dons this year.. This collection will Floralia, inaugurated to celebrate the the whole] .situation, the speaker' said Phone 218 for die tu't"Ior.. .. ,, y .,
of the' the fund raised return 'for the .complete May. ;
Merrill was assoclot pastor 'be applied to being of Xhe growing season was co-operation the outcome of

s J//Wellington- Avenue .Congregational 1 to 'build an orphanage at Atlanta, crop, and all. the renewed life of nature the effort would be In proportion to .

.'. Church Chicago, for several 7e.,.. I Ga.' The Christian church now bas the ratio that a'' community. interestwas
but Ia.now editor of the Waterford 1 thirteen'orphangae in ,operation ,in .The. origin of the May pole 1 Ia not established. R. De Witt'lBrown '

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'Florida:, visiting Miami fit. "Peters 1 Uan church-will, likely rails its quota: .oration' .and dance appeared in England to with undivided attention and ,. ) 'vicmoL 'yam\ ; ,
',;;' bllyg; and other town ty, nto .with j for mission .and benevolence ;fifty Vo Che Middle -Age. .The first In the the'generaldiscussion followed : '

her brother 'both ofwhom aN ...very ,per cent above the ; amount -apportioned account of the custom ay It was the question were asked *nd- ,J.. -%" 2OS'EMME'IT'5r.. + . .'. ,
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: sec "+"""" THE m iMMEE VALLEY -GAZETTE FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1919 ,'p of ,



COMING TO KISSIMMEE I, OSCEOLA COUNTY", NtVVS SERVICE 1 ber Profiting of of cowainto.n'' :the experience. association.of an- - I

other asociation ,the' organizing of an
association in Osceola"county can bt
-Elect"ro-Medical I DR. R. THOR'WEAVER, County Agent 'done with -Ie.. trouble and"made a j

---.:.;, - -----. ((going business almost instantly. task I

; r \ SpecialIsts', Poultry 'raising is a very important we should 60 gIving the planting of I this this project Board-of and assist Trade me to in enter getting into WRiEY ;. I

matter to be considered by every feed and forage crops our attention. lit' well started, which will a
t V Will be ati' one for the reason that the pnces de: Every farmer who hoe live stockto boon for the county and give prove to thefarmer
,, J
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manded! for poultry is ashigh as feed should 'see to it that be grows ,
.: Manhattan Hotel they have ever been and also the"great enough feed}land forage to keep themin : Ism asset he can not get; ab
: .scarcity of them. Eggs are good condition.',next winter. It, will quickly In. .ny'other, .matter. A'Flavor for' t' IIIevery ;
high but''-yet lower than they have bo" too' late next winter'when your __
Cut'this snd Take.lt With You-
Out
-- ONE DAY ONLY been. It, is advised by Dr. Sanborn, animals need feed to 'plant forage taste "
Extension Poultry Husbandry, crops. A man otten forgets the exact III
that eggs should now be put in water The University of Florida Experiment name of the article he wishes to pur -
TUESDAY .MAY 6TIL glass, as the price next winter will Station has determiitedLjby experiment chase and as a last resort,, UKB. ..
,- be from 70 cents to1.00 per dozen. that ... much' as 75-per cent something else instead. That is always / J.
Be sure you ,use for this purpose i peanut meal can be fed to' fattening disappointing unsatisfac. ,. ; 'I o. "
y Wonderful Results-Marvelous ..Demonstration infertile, clean, unwashed eggs. The' hogs without'' making. oft pork. tory. The safe way is to_ cut this
in Chronic!, Disease satisfaction that .you wit) have from] Dairy Calf Club. out and take It with'you so as to "\
I? to 60 dozen eggs stored awn :in, Several weeks"ago plats were-outlined make sure of getting Chamberlain'sTablets. 1
Case 'by the X-Ray .and water glass for use when eggStiie... 'for organizing dairy calf: clubsin You will find nothing quite
high is most encouraging. It does Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach so satisfactory for constipation' and '
'
1 t Electro Medical Methods not require experience or extra .counties. The best dairymen have all indigestion.! C R1Gd
6'i training, either the home' demonstraJ'agreed I to co-operate with the club ,
\ tion agent or the county: agent, will boys! and also give them free service WHAT HOME DEMONSTRATION N t J+.
instruct how to do it. '''of' tneir'herd bulls. This will be FE
you a
-' AGENTS ARE DOING. ,,. PE ,
-, Offer Service Entirely FREE. s .
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? The next important thing to thinkof great help to the club boys, since eh .. "?
w now is the growing: of feeds for many of them could not breed their A very Interesting contest is beng! I ,1J j
aY the..poultry. This is as all Important heifers to purebred bulls. carried on by the Oak Park club
an the thought of preserving the I I I Theiocal'bankers:: ; have agreed to members. Hillsborough county. This

,,loam money to. all club boys recom- contest, which will last five weeks, 1 is V'itN
egYoultry raising seems to be on tha mended by the county agents.. Each to see how many boys and girls: will x ',.
boon nil over the state. Reports fro.n boy's father will endorse his note, drink at least two glasses of milk a s-
county agents say thatnumber of I''which will be payable as follows: -a day, brush their teeth and clean their %
poultry associations have been form fourth with interest at "the end of
12 finger nails at least once a day. This ....
ed. It would seem from the record months; a fourth'-with interest at the contest is a follow-up of the health -
of some of the Holmes county farmers 'j I end of 24 months,:.and a half with interest talk given at .a previous meeting. I
h 1 burs i3fA3t GHS that this is a paying proposition.' at the end of-months. This The Short Course for Housekeepers

During January, February and'Twill I give .the club members an opportunity which was recently held in Walton \
March, 1366 cases of 30 dozen eggs to.buy the calf five or six county was carried off in the r
each were shipped out of the county. months old, and to earn money by right$ spirit. The attendanceaveiaged -

S 0 sus ,. R Grow More Forage ero,.. ''selling dairy products to make, at 70 for the four, days, and 13 took ,
There may perhaps"nave been a least the last payment. ,the examination. A number of coun .
Word comes that the Electro Medical time when it was profitable to raise I,I It has been decided that all boys ,try women attended as the guests of ',
Scientists will be in Kissimmee an average corn 'vrap"> or an everage should use purebred animals, and the city folks. The townspeople real
v for one day only.This yield of any crop: Today with high: (:those having: especially favorable advantages 1 ize the importance of the Extension ALL sealed 'alr-tlftht and t';
priced labor and high priced lands, : will be allowed'to purchase work not only to the rural people
should be welcome for
news
there is little or no profit to the man ,bred heifers about two old.
those who cannot visit years but to the city folks as well and ..
conveniently who raises just average yields of Some club members interested in 1
?L the central] laboratories at 117 West are they want to co-operate in-every way Impurity-proof. In the wax-
T Forsythe St., Jacksonville, Fla. farm crops. f j Jerseys, some in HolsteIns, and oth possible. The Red Cross chapter' "gave
0 It cost but little more to plow the in Each will be "
ers Guernseys. boy ,$25 for the ente'rtuinment of out- -
The offer to treat }jail those who land, prepare the seed bed, plant and allowed to select the breed he fan- I'siders wfio attended. wrapped, safety packages. '
call on this visit absolutely free .
cultivate the crop for a maximum foullry enthusiasm does not wane
-ti (medicines exceptea) is their original yield than it does for an average j cies.Ahout_ 100-bovs( have been, enroled-'din} St Johns county ac'ordinlto:
plan to get their methods before yield. It may require a little more : in the lower East Coast aunt't|.. home demonstration' ascent Miss Be sure to get
the public quickly. fertilizer Good preparation of the ,Other clubs have also been organised: Heist. She has liiily calls for eggs,
}, The X-Ray has long proven itselfa need bed and good cultivation during i in Pinellns and Leon counties' huh,' chicks and for information on .
a most valuable aid in determining: the growth of the crop will go a long I\I The calves will be delivered during .poultry rni actual ailments. This, combined with way toward increasing the yield.! I' The same principle applies) to Ijyeslock. that'the dairv calf] clubs will do for < of the( county, huth eggs and' I
examination I Trof. J. M Scott, animal] in- the dairy industry what pig' chili l baby; clucks.! Lint week she Iclivei ,
I }r ed instruments, makes .the diagnosis diyUrinlist nt, the Experiment Station have done for the swine industry. .1OOO 'hiiliv chicki. and she reportsth."t I
I doubly certain, thereby enabling the say it costs ''but' little more to rtii.se j Sweet Potato Clubs, 1 : allamp l in in fine f 1iapc. Other It Is supreme
{ t correct method of treatment to t I",> I a 250 pound hop that will sell for Sweet potato clubs 'have been incorporated order, have been ,placed. I i
\f administered It can be added that double! the price of a razor back the ; as a regular branch of in quality.
all examinations are* entirely free average of which will weigh 100 to 'the boys club wore: this year. Ki'-h HAVE A SUMMER GARDEN I II
from pain or unpleasantness of any 12/i I / pounds. The same is true of good member of this club will grow R tenth
beef an kind.When you take into consideration setter class of livestock means wej' of the county agents. The amipoint of home economy is one m
Ni the remarkable successes t.einlmade: must produce more and better feed t,club boys will be of much assistanceia worthy of more thin passing consid-
by the Electro Medical Scientists, in and forage crops with which to feed standardizing the best varietiesfor eiation. District agent, S. W. Iliatt"
h'' ; the relief and permanent benefit of them. ,i Florida, and establishingper- Buys that the summer "war gardens .r-j
chronic ailments, there is absolutely! I This is the season of the year when :i manent markets. 'i plaited"in west Florida last season
1 w 'proved so profitable that many will <(<
no excuse for chronic sufferers going: : be this Thc ayorasts'
through life burdened and afflicted planted again yea-
at with disease. It DAIRYINGnnj | For northwest Florida, he says, it
| CO- OPERA TIVE is not to4 late to plant okra, cucumbers - -
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Naturally these people realize their eggplant, peppers and sweet o-o.oo>coo oo oo oo oooo.Ot ,4
t; unfortunate condition and feel they potatoes Also pumpkins and squash,
i must do something to' get: well; but Now that normal times are -again March. $2,260,00-200 gallons per and to transplant the'tomatoes. The I'I *
j having been disappointed by old time coming: and dairy feeds procurable, day. .. t bifsh lima beans should not be over
treatments and useless patent medicines with that of tick eradication, the j I The cost of overhead. operation of looked, and can be planted any time
,
.4. have indifferent become dubious fh and are thought of co-operative dairying the station, collecting, etc., is Sc per fom April to June, and the same is Early r I FertilizingGtrus t i I i l
seemingly their
further
search for health. It is just such slhould be paramount to everyone..,gallon{ ; -fcnd is'-reduced each time true of pole and snap beans. y.
people
in Osceola 'c unty; With this aim in i more cows are added. Land for summer gardens shouldbe
who are earnestly urged to call. view. I come before this Honorable I The investment in equipment is especially well prepared and contain

rt Electro Medical Science means Board of Trade to solicit your co-op- about 1800.00.. consists of one 1000 a large amount of humus, in order
"': comfort happiness long life. ItS eration in helping me to establish [gallon pasteurizer, one 100 lbs cleari- to consume the moistureneces- trees need fertilizer-earlier than usual this season. ,i

t' <', 'means good indigestion, sound sleep, and organize co-operative' dairying 't her one set scales, one 80 lb. churn, cessary to maintain the growth ol With the abundant spring moisture the toil.supplies have moved ,> .
a- clear head, rosy cheeks, sparkling association; in this county. .IRefrigerator, 8x10, building, 16x20, I the plants during: the' dry season
a-ylacid-rnind-content-and-a-joy' -Th*.plan of the aesociatib nthaf'both'I ( ren d l) ,2 Ford trucks 139 Where it is possible- to water or irrigate freely a'nd.the trees Have\ had a vigorous development Now '
s to-be alive. e chtarmer in joining, pays a certain '(milk cans ar73-jakiaJ5to20: gallon the success pf a summer garden .
i -- ------.Stimulates' the body to- activity; entrance fee for each cow he capacities. ,.' I js...assured.. . . < -- they need more fertilizer to properly sustain the fruit they, are
rr brings about'a purified blood supply, intends milking; his next step is to One farm is feeding shorts, cot rCarrying and 'lo ,' '
r the elimination of poisons the build .a milking barn,' with proper'! ton seed and bean meal, natal Mr. Wisher Cured of Indigestion.I promote; a good summer growth.1We offer "

; strengthening of'the nerve centers sanitary requirements:: proper mea'I -{. pasturage and corn silage, produce any analysis. ,
1 bringing about an equalization of. all I urements of stantions height of "feed the milk at 8c:, "Some time in 1909 When I had an
y the bodily forces, returning thereby a {trough, width and length of stall and I Another farm ia feeding shorts, attack of indgestion and everything i
' feeling of well being health and 'gutter, also a certain height backboard 'velvet bean meal, ordinary pasture, looked gloomy to me, I received a
ts, N t r strength that is the rightful heritage ( to prevent dirt and filth from j sorghum and millet, and producing free sample of Chamberlain's Tablets All ; the Potash You Want 1
h of every man and woman. This new blowing in while milking. This com- 'milk at lOc per gallon. by mail. I gave them a trial and
system eliminates useless drugs'and !ipleted, the farmer then builds a milk I|I Still "feeding ensilage of they were such a help to me that ]I "
,. surgery. house, of a certain size, with properly :corn, millet, sorghum and some Jap bought a package, and can truthfully '-...
i 'i You have only yourself to blame screened windows and door( cement I,cane with ordinary, pasturage figur say that-I .have. not-had a similar attack Wilson& Toomer Fertilizer Co.
T'' (now that you know the truth), If'' floor and -a cement well in the ,ing the feed at $10.00 per ton, is pro- since" writes Wm B.. Wisler, 1 Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizer '
you continue to suffer from rheum floor in which the milk cans are ''ducing milk at 6c. This farm will Douglasville Pa.
iism uric>acid poisoning), blood and placed, surrounded by ice. In this have plenty of this feed for all win Dealers. in Intecticide and Spray Pumps. .
k, ,skin conditions liver, kidney and milk house also should be placed the IS IT PROFITABLE TO REPLANT Jacksonville, Fla.
ter.The
bladder complaints, bed wetting gall .separator, washing utensels and one farm producing butter fat CORN. ,
,j tones, ovarian and female troubles, sometimes a refrigerator, to hold I only, have five bred cows, mostly the I. '" '- ,
y indigestion, constipation cream and butter for the home use. whole herd while "
catarrh as on the other farms ia
whether it I
of moreprofitabe
's 1 I OOOO OOO OOOOOOOOO..O.t.'O..O.... .. ,
;, thma, bronchitis and the general' run The milk house should be situated at there are a number of grader and to fill Inr the where : .O.t..o.oo.o..oo
down feeling following influenza a higher level than the cow barn and some old gape -- =
'* enlarged cows. Ass recapitulation, a poor stand of corn has' been ob O..oooooooo..o.ot... .. .. .. ,.f
glands, varicose ulcers, discharges the proper distance from the barn I the process of eliminating the boarder tamed'or to plow the whole 'Oto. .. ...Oto.o..c .

s b .. .! epilepsy. neuralgia. or any and. manure pen. u cows. and. adding more. coda IA and reolant all over train is'one crop that up ::1: 0.. ."
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fj 'ox .tnose -maesses about which most The central collective station Is the association, will no Ci ubt'pro'e is very often asked. C.: K. McQuarrie .aJI R ;
people dislike to'consult the general connected with an ice factory when that co-operative dairying be "
can of the Extension Division
? of the College -
-' practkmer 'or, have done so unsuccessfully the refrigerating coils are run into a made to pay along the lines before of :Agriculture says (it can best Real Estate and Insurance AgencyWe
In
refrigerator this station a pas stated. be answered by, observing the soil :
,'""r, ? Bearin; mind that this will likely teurized separator, butter churn, and The $50.00 cow has been. thrown conditions of the land< in question.

,bs the last visit, when the doctors other; implements necessary for storing out and the $150.00 cow is now tak- Where heavy rains have prevailed] have a well selected list of properties for sale I '
I i4 will offer their examination and their of milk and cream, also butter! ing its place. That is one of the forming a crust on the land sna among which <
'services without charge making. In addition to this equip- reasons it takes time to get the num- poor stand (of corn has been obtained a, are some very attractive'Farma, Ranches, Orange Groves, business, ; ; it
spl x. 'Married women must be accomvanled ment are the milk cans, of sufficient our. most practical farmers suggest ; ; buildings, and dwellings, all in OsceolJa CountYt and each proposition '

i ; by their husbands and minors.v number to provide'the farmer,' the plowing up and replanting. In any Y. listed at its minimum value; tome include all necessary-farm equip .< '.;
DELIGHTFUL
4" :- _, bjr''' their;;parents. cans consumer should'and be those of the in transit.Thermo These case where'there is less than an raent We also can offer exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and St. ,' ,''

.' ;-g .I Remember the hot-.t days and date and jacket. Next for the'equipment type eighty per cent stand this rule, we Cloud properties owned by non-residents are willing'to tell i
r, ; -on, dajr REMEDY FOR believe-should be applied. In ; ;
only. some
at a sacrifice thus '
r one or two Ford trucks, these trucks\ however offering an excellent opportunity to invest a little
where the farmer
." Hours 9,.a., m.,,-to 3 ,p. m. to carry out to the, farmer the ice knows cases that he, AA.SV had an inferior surplus capital 'and benefit bYIt,,, .'In ;.aae' In values which I la sure \I.\'t *
and empty cans, and collect the milk\ JAZY LIVER to come. Caller write Us. .
of '
seed
K. for the central'-station,- where 'it is -'-' qualify causing a poor stand, ; '

Crystillized' SaltTish shipment-again cooled market and made(the'ready' principal for Calotabs, the Perfected Nsnsealess gaps.It maybe This Isa"advisable matter to that replant should the be E. A. Strout Farm-Agency Inc. .' : ;4'4't.* .

; markets now a. Tampa and Jacksonville Calomel, Set the Liver Rijht.WUh-: decided by the farmer himself ,u

: ,Direct i- From Our slung Boats and in winter for whole milk -and cream- oot-the SEfhtett Nausea or Danter. agents Report and tent others, in.indicate by the an'county Infer. .D./G. WAGNER, Manager fi .
St. Petersburg
season- ior' quality of seed being in .evidence Kissimmee Florida
To You Clearwater.
# . or ) Feel mean, look yellow? :Your liver this yearwith: the result of unsatisfactory ,
) -
The amount of butter fat determining Is out of ftxl I The poisonous bile-is stand.This! has been t..O!.. ,ot o > o..o+. ..ooo ... !.oo..oo..J M

1' ,1 ;! Delicious, Fresh Caught Salted often times the better market being retained in your system. You brought about, largely the farmers' -, J ;
l'' ,. I:Fish, .direct to the consumer by .and of course better price say I know, calomel will set me carelessness in not selecting
prepaid parcel Members of the association- should straight, but I' hate to takes .. his see in_the field. We are glad to MAl 11 i i>
t' : post"or express build silos and add better cows to HOW LOA1
Why not tl'V"'t l otabs. the A YOU
r a purified note a yearly improvement along this E E.
.* IS Jttm for $2.00. heir_herds. Registered Jersey bulls '
v calomel that is
> used to a's delightful to take line,:however, and ;rte a few year.wehope )
herds which
serve
of
Barrel course, as it is beneficial in cleansing the liv ( to'lee better stands as a resultof A G
etc 1 Special price in lots.L will produce better
young milking er; and I fcucifyrrtg the
system Cslo- more- careful! seed selection.
r I If you I bave never tried toclu;: On some farms -where there tabs' :
L A : our no silos -ensilage {give you all of the valuable The cultivation of the gro'Wini'-erop
are cutters should
c.-7.WmNI Dry "Salt"Fish medicinal qualities of calomel but are should get close attention and
'f you be used and the spore ra
ensilage fed. .
daily. entirely freed from the .. ;>
t -i.v, misled's rare treat. All -members must ; unpleasant owing: to the lateness "of the season
keep.daily milk and-dangerous effects. One tablet, at and the delay in coused
planting by i
and
feed records. wfll
THE: ST GEORGE 'C0.i determine the This difference l, in practice bedtime with a 'swallow of waterthat's ,.-* unfavorable weather, It'Ts necessary
between
bg e ..' the boarder and the all No taste, no griping no that all eroos be rushed as much as
i ; '1SL Georgi 01 ita Gulf money maker nausea, no salts. You wake up in the possible The best,method of.doing

APAUCHICOLA cow.One association has been morning feeling" fine, with a clean this is ,by .maintaining almost constant
RORIOATM getting liver and a hearty appetite.,. Eat cultivation shallow
by working
< 22c et'W'bolo milk l
at basis
of
'a
.' what you please--no danger of sal tools in the .field. 'Indications --taiewrsws.d.i: N. _
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35e! net. From December to April vation. now :' ..
i 'J1 I ; are for 'a favorable' spring for thegrowth PdPULAR
their contract-calls for MECHANICS
whole
milk
Calotaba are Bold only in MAGAzINE
at 52e. Priceshave advanced orfa-m..t. of all crops, ,and it is up to :
II n. 1Jsll..s .DM. Mst Affect -tta.Used lalt' few day to 46e. I might'in the sealed packages, price thirty-five the fanner to keep the cultivator with Its four hundred picture and four h Ddreci art dea each monde-Is Naer" -

-}' , >.e.-ItaffaMlA and bxatlv< ...ct.JJUCA hat out of 150 cows which say cents. The finest medicine in the busy from pow on until the crop anfully and better than eyer. Our eOlU..oudenta to aU parts of the World .
world are
represent for
: biliousness,
''nva .coa.tIDualJ7 the
BKOMO OOlHlNa..u.a..u-r indigestion on
t 3 OviBbM ... doc mat n .yWia*i. teMd. a.aoberase/.ila.r.a.4. I now fresh. The statement I fine 'POFULAR ImCIU.IOCS. WUUIIII: I. FOIl 8AU
1 fore :UM I that'your Is : 8Y At111EW.DIA....'
/ ,. tse(nseiams d 1 JfcWHeju>nt coos 1 month' .of;' anuary. February and druggist authorized ,to Enb-My-Tism, is"a great pain killer.: 'I I 'Asa tfias to se.1'oa' a eopr es'tM..d'fDescanfoe ...... .
refund the price asa guarantee that relieves. pain and ,sorenesscausedby serlstto. ftos a as wen as :thertetease. ..' ::Y.-ty saes'I >>
March
totals CrilsM..fd.da ,
a receipt from the Bale "' ''-- .
'o r if entaerO* for :the VaUe7.'fIguett' ;)f milk and you will be thoroughly l delighted with; fBheumatism,. Neuralgia, Sprains, POPULAR CM*.tlC. MA+ftrmM.: .MLMer A,...., ''

J ?' ', ;.....;.. .. + ti'...._:'" -- .. -1'' *. - cream.: J. ,$5,088.16- ;., f fee; CaIot.btJ.-ad$) ),'l, M r 7 4., '. ate*-(4dt( .). I m -t II i'"J, Taws .11 .: .,i, .. raleaae.li.ls '

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lOAN MEN WI :ISOON.RECEIVE: 'DOUBLE EFFECT I fqond. I could 'make considerably.. T'

VICTORY '
more money ,washing than teaching.' ,

DR. BDCKMASTER : I r ADDITIONAL TRAVEL PAY OF WILLIAMS1 'so r gave,up the idea ot teaching' untii .- '
I could
: save, up epos h. taoney'to.
WORKERS': MEDALMedal -, support myself and teach."
.
e Additional travel, la due to >.ment however has made it 101 TONIC M, what Mary Cox said then was 4
BSSHMEIR( pay very true) of, negro' teachers it is true today -,
million and a half men who have plain that it is not yet prepared to 'that. a negro cook working only' .$.t'afee
rOSTEOPATH'
been honorably discharged from, the mail checks covering this difference! Beim ReKtf te Feflu w.. Hare hours a day gets '

army-navy. and' marine .corps and and' correspondence: in regard to.the containing,matter merely questions Malaria and Making Its Proprietors .ary than ,the average whiter..

. sent to their home of_ residence cooks are demanding'
eMHHBT places clogs the machinery and in no way Nationally .PreeminentTh andgdgetting
or to the original points from hastens more than $5 a weekr

ii STATE.: BANK, .BUILDING, which they were mustered into the the matter a settlement.is adjusted in'As'' such, soon shape'as .I G, B. Williams'- Qultman, board for themselves and oft n"times
board
for'lOm.
member
service. as to make these ,checks available, Ga, bide fair tobecome of the of tbelr'faraily ->
one
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Public LaW No enacted February .. .wall,, while the teat in thegrammar
Phone No. 162 800 sufficient publicity'will he'given ,the largest drug manufacturers In the ier
28, 1919 authorized the pay* whole subject that United States. This school gets $CS3 a week
so every man may concern to
ment of five cents per mile as travelling know that.the tim has come to make U 12. was unknown except in a up small and her board. That is what' the.

expenses for these dischargedmen the necessary application. area Its rapid growth is due to the grammar, school teacher in, Quincy

For Local and Long DLtanceUsul. but prior ,to 'that date the ratealowed.wu The Red Cross the "best immense popularity of its No: '101 get. In some towns they- are. .not so- y
three and half cents.It I returned well paid.
a interest of the men at Tonior-which Is a specific remedy for
Inf. tail" is obvlousrtherefore; that the men heart; it is no indication-' unwillingness malaria and general health builderof 'The average grade teacher geta ..

'entitled to the difference between to. serve them that the' men wonderful value. As much as one (6& a month for nino'month.., making .

B.' D. SPENCE five and three and a half cents are ,are now'ur.ed'not to make applicaitlona hundred and fifty gallons a day la a. total of *68o, a' year. Her ,.
hose who have been discharged between i]I for' the amount due, but as ap- bottled in.this firm's factory and for board.costs tier at least $360 a 1

PHONE isz.sidence the dates of November 11. hinder rather many months it-has been difficult to leaving' $226 to stretch over a period

.1918. and February 28, 1919. for the camatter the Red Cross does urge keen up with the demand the of 62 weeks-4226 divided by 62
422 Main SC 18-tf those discharged subsequent to the every man who is entitled to this additional Tonic. Druggists sell 'It. for gives ".357. Out of that she must

last named date received the full five sum to Wait until the -- --- : dress, pay laundry, .,entertain" 'and

,cents per mile to which they were en- amounts are ready for distributionand other Eastern countries' five to every charity. The,' school
titled. then apply.to the local Red Crossliome two for the during th.pa.t board expects her .to attend a summer -:
Many, if not all the men, now Service and hive the worker years government normal of course. She haa to,
The of his address will
know of Public Law No. 300 and are | subject be work only three weeks to buy
\ applying to the Red Cross Home I I rive hint! aU : l1I'8ary help in m akin "Citrus Culture in the Orient A of shoes at present prices. School

'I ghla application at the proper large attendance of citrus growers .
Service workers for instructions as' are clamoring for better qual,
to the method to pursue to obtain the I time and with reasonable assurance la expected at the meeting. teachers. Only last week: an ex-' '
.
l E. S. HOFFMAN, M. D. dlft'ereneeduo them. The Govern-1. .that! ,'.. it _will. be. _promptly' __ : :_granted-:!__ 660 has more imitations than any Ailed school was teacher held in who Bristol.wanted"A"' '

't other Chill and Fever Tonic the
on to take the examination could to 1
Qamsx.ANP :OPTICIAN got _"
FLORIDA TIMES-UNION ON market, but no one' wants imitations. Bristol .for $5 and back to Quincy for '
Eyes Examined by a Regular RegIstered :; They are dangerous things in the '
.
.,. the same price. Thd/ .'privilege( (,
Physician.: medicine line.-(Adv.) ,
t THE METHODIST CENTENARY taking the examination was hers for
f Glasses Fitted. the sum of $2 or' S3. Board while
Broken Lena Duplicated. THE UNDERPAID TEACHER there would cost not less than 5.

W. Church St. Orlando, Fla I (By Edward F,__Ley.) been pardoned if they had pursuedthe T Js the laborer worthy of his hire' This little pleasure taunt to Bristol

One hundred year. ogle week and usual course and asked the con: Several years ago a negro washerwoman wcjuld cost her not less than four
made from captured German one day ago the Methodist Episcopal tributors; to give blindly for they who had received -a 'college- weeVs' 'work.Thebest.

Q. F. KRIDBS A. AKBRUAN cannon, to b. distributed among the church entered into the work of or- were appealing to their own people. education' was asked why abe did not ; ,MMfberi( an'-Je.TinJr'. the

W. J. STEED best workers In the Victory Loan campalgn ganizing missions. The Methodist While, of course, they would gladly teacfh school instead of bending overa Wesslon l every .'day. Missionary .

KRIBBS AKERMAN" NDS D which began last Monday. .Forty Episcopal Church South, is observing accept aid from the outside they are wash tub. 'She replied: "When I spirit Is beautiful but school boards ash

thousand of these will b. distributed_ this centenary by an effort to secure appealing only to>their members. went to college I went with the intention would not employ school teachers I'

;. Ateraeye_ KI.and.'_.C.I..., FlerldaTak at .Law. in (he-South,-the-awards''''.In,_ made money to expand its work. It So it I. doubly refreshing to sea of becoming a teacher. I clothed in .it. Teachers can find otheremployment.andtheyare.Sorte&.by'
that studied early and.late,and_was-grad..., I
.< by the aone chairmen asks of its members thlrt -ftv.r million they are telling thosewhom ,
;; ..- .prartlr* I. all atate ...* Vmtttt --.. dollars to be expended during: they ask to contribute just what they uated at the head .of 'my claea. However the necessity of earning a livingwag ;

State Court. the next five years and has'publisheda propose to do with the money. No I had an old mother to support," 10do 'it-Gadsden Count

.' world's survey showing the needs 'one is asked to' give blindly. Everyone and I it may seem strange to you but ,
.W. B. Crawford _
JAe Jam VICTORY CAMPAIGN of the various mission fields what it I knows ,how the money is to be 'nnn F ,

CRAWFORD & ..JARRELLATTORNEYSAT'LAW proposes to spend on each and the used. Besides\ the fact that this I.I is count. a* administratrix to aald .estate

t.,, number-and class of workers it wishes I honest with the contributors the decision LEGAL'ADVERTISEMENTS and ask for their 'approval ,
STARTS WITH BOOM of all these matters and their Dated April lid A. D. ItU.
to send out. The is
a wonderful MORRISON.
r' Offices ; survey ALMA. T.
: 4. 6. 6, and.7 Citlz.isBank
publication in its clarity and ,publication before hand shows a de- NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION ltoamomo. Administratrix.
,' Building completeness of statement.The finite program already formed with .- '
Klssimmee Florida NEW LOAN POPULAR. people of the United States :nothing* left to whim or caprice. Department of the Interior IT. B Land AM ORDIWAWCB.-

s have been called on to give immense!! I I I But the thing that impresses us Otfl 19. (1519.',. at Gainesville_ _Fla." April' An Ordinance to Repeat Section If of.
OIL W. W. CARSON sums of money during the last few more than ..anything.. is that they the Revised Ordinances Of the City ,
Interest At 4491" Per Cent And Feur- Relative to the Duties of the CityClerk.
v DENTIST years with no other statement than have started out.to dow certain thing NOTICE! I. hereby given that FrankW. '
I Office Year Term Pleases Th. the urpoce for which money''and tell all who are interested just Ames of Loughman.; Fla., who, on
over Pilley Building "
__ Public was intended No attempt has been |what that thing is. They show a May 17. 181B made> Homestead oflflectlon Entry. BE IT ORDAINED BT THE COUNCIL
Office
Hours: S-11 1 No OU887. for 8W 4 Si,
OF THE CITY OF KIsIMMEEfleotion
I.Ge,. 'Phone 111 Residence 'Phra II made to enlighten the as to I thorough study of the needs of the Township 14 8. Rag If. B -Tallahassee .
Oaa Administered for Extraction .( Atlanta, Oa.-The Victory Loam how much of the money they were |different fields and of the best meansto Meridian ha. filed notice of Intention 1. That RSection 16 of the '
Teeth called to to to those them. tell where to make Three-trear Proof f to :Revised Ordinances of 'the City ofKi..lmmee
campaign has got off to a flying start on give was go I, supply They ev- establish claim .on the land above. described
to Judge from the telegrams pouring in who were supposed to be the beneficiaries I ery .man they propose to send out before Clerk Circuit Court, atKlatlminre. relative Florida to collections of December for water let.
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW upon the district headquarters within and how much would be taken will go and tell what he' will do- Fla.,, on the 10th. day of and isle light charges. by the City Clerk
before reaching them for whetherpreacher, educator physl May. lUI ba and the la hereby repealedand
the first few days of the big drive. That out press Claimant names a. witnesses: same
the agents salaried officials and the various I clan or nurse. The men who con H A, Patten, of Loua-hman. Fla.C henceforth of no force and effect
Sixth Federal Reserve Districtwill shall resolution,
other expenses that so often eat tribute to the big fund this church : K Page, of Lousrhman.; >:la. The City Council of by its members,
majority
Waring Building. go over the top with a bang la H.V.. Stark of ua-hmanr. Fla. adopted by a
_ ? up a very large part of what is given proposes to raise will know precisely! F. A. Oaualnr. of ouajhmati.. Fla. have the authority to appoint a water +nh
Indicated by the early results though in The Methodists have I what and light collector for the City of Kli- ,
charity. might they are doing.
___________ _. ROBT. W. DAVIS,
will slmmee salary, prescribe
.. Vial Jefeoaton O. P. OarreM It require the co-operation of everycitia.n --------------.--------------------- H-tt._Keglater.NOTICR. his ;i..to.t1I:1: the amount of hie*

JOHNSTON It: GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW to make success aasared.The bond, with full power to dlschararesuch
announcement of. the terms of PEACE TIME PROGRAM FOR water and light collector for nes

the Victory Loan did a great deal to Notice In hereby given that the. lect of duty. or for the commission of ,
: Office 10, 11 and 12 ClU_. Bank Board of County Commissioners of any acts which In the opinion of the ". <
Inspire subscriptions from those who THE JUNIOR RED CROSSThe Oacpola County. Florida.. Will. r.c.lrebid. Council,'.would warr.nt'1U.ml..L
Building W. FOX.ATTEST .
invested tros'a bvslneae standpoint .. up to 10 a. m., Monday May fth 1'raidentEo w
tiC 1tI..11D,,... Via well as tram patriotic _oUT... The -- 1515,. on construction of a Are proofvault ; R: GILBERT Clerk.! tb* Council.J .
Junior.. Red Cross which has the children. The satisfaction and for record of Oaceola County.
notes pay 4 1/.*. the highest interest Plans and apeclflcatlons onwork' SEAL)
of any of the Liberty Loan eerie, and been made an important factor in the 1 I pleasure that the'children find in Red can be sees In. the office of Clerk of Approved by W. J. STEED
peace time program of the AmericanRed Cross work has been generally noted the Court. K-et. Mayor of the City of KlsslrameoJor
aro payable by the government in goer Cross has membership in the and the fact that these children are Board reserves the right to reject. IwoTiLR

years after date. This hlrt( later..taa1 bivision'of and and all bids. ...... HXICCUTOHrer ...... ... . :
CIIBSOK F FflHPIEB Southern some 300,000 an actual social asset in every, community -3.-IF; OVB BTREE'I'. 0. . .......
the short tens .
makes.h.s ear- children. This represents a powerful should mean that the Junior Clerk of the Board of County Com'mlavloners. '. -.. ..
tale U remain at a high nrure.. .... 17..t.I. I. C airt .t Oewatty aesCfeenty. O.ee.la
-' force ,In: the territory and it i. one Red Cross is universally encouragedand slat e>f /9.Ada. ,'
d....eay..and i therewillbenedaar. > which, in this insane, represents indorsed. !. ** Bstate .fl.ewl* U. Cvbevej. "1 ;
Clmlt c*.r State .( n...*.. ...- '
'
.. .or.th .lr.. 4t'Op>>IDC.adUooQat>> .\, community development;
SELLS Oath J..l_|, Clrralt. OacwlaCeaty. Notice Is b..b"h...... to wpor'It', :
Secretary Carter Olasa .has.announe-/> The children of the country have ATTENDING TO CHICKENS AND ) !. C.......,.. may concern that on the lith day of '
ed positively that Ills will be Ue last never before been asked to contributeof -, September A, D. ..... I will apply to
UVarty '' their pennies, their work and their GARDEN. The Waters .* Carson Grocery Com the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judce
of the loan It wilt Ue
Fire: Life Accident and pay organized energies, the Red Cross pony. .. corporation. Complainants. of said Court, as Jade of I'robate. ,
.. Mil far defeating the for my Anal discharge as Executrixof
Hsa'ud-bei.gJ "My neighbors are surprised to

Health, Plate GIa- .., Lia- the keys bask la_.. rTe ,doea been ashthis ao (overwhelming and the an..er so spontaneous : has see me looking' ao w.lI. for they T I .wife t. ;Curry and Charles and Viola P. Dow.C. Curry and ',Car hi.* the:estate and that of ewls at the H.same Ceboon.time deceased I d,

campaign all aver Ue .*ettstrtet,,' and so satisfactory that the thought I would not live to see aum- cline H. Dow ,his wife, Defendants. will present my. final accounts a.' Kxoutrlx -
bility and Boiler Insurance. .... opened with parades and grealoelekratjeaa. !;,,children of America are being used mer.I had ,such pain around my r e-- r '.their approval.ot said .estate. and ask for x- i

InAI1UIst .the central ,today to aid. in every possible way heart aa to cause me to' faint. I knew It appearingby affidavit appendedto 'I Dated "ellna..,. 12th. 1515..A. #
was t the .children of in it e.m.Lfrom bloating and : the bill a. died In the above stated 'BARAH. . COHOON f G
Legal Bond Executed part of city: mere elaberatetydeoeraUd Europewho are +
; of. stomach. friend In cause that Charles P. Dow and Caroline 11.0..-"' -''''. Executrix: 51Io.1CE
than "ever kere in ntstory.' dire need of all the help that can be gaa in my A H. Pow. bis .wife two of the defendant

Same Needed. In several"of the larger et.... Ue "fly' given thenv.-: &.. ._ he.rrijn work St. Louis told me of Mayr' Wonderful herein named. are non-reeldenta of Or 1IIKICC1: .TOR.,
Day for the Junior Red Cross members; Remedy, and I- now: feel better the State ot Florida and are reel- (Fe.Plaal 0..........)
lag etrluie"K alrylaaee fought aslnvlo; dent, of ,the State of Maiaaehnectta.and -- '
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than In.af life. I '
tha air Mk..above the} it Is work which they have been my< am doing my whoee addreaa-ls 10 State Btro... .. .C1ea" .5'Camty:: Judge, C..y'a::
': battlaarln pledged streets Secretary Olaaa Is to .deliver? .. and have cleaned and each over the of ''
are
garden and ace '
OFFICE: State But 1111'11" .. my ,
IS. an* addreaa'lA AtlsJtta see Hay L ; i{I But no Junior Auxiliary' is limited house r It 1.Ii simple harmless twenty-one yeara; It is-th.retoreor- I, Isj re WCmtmt* .f Jas;'"_ 'W'all..ad.,.1I.m'It. .' q
dered that uhf non-resident defend* Notice Is hereby gives to
Chairmen all over the IIOtItla.... to relief work in preparation that', removes tha catarrhal .
foreign :; any com ante be and are hereby required to appear ma, ,ClO" that o. the l1.td. "
ft- slats are reporting Uat'Ue Vlot.rp1o&a. munity where there is a Junior Red mucus ,from the _intestinal tract to the bill of complaint tiled In, of July A, D. lily'' I shall apply to the

.... ,," ...,...... _to _put over than then Cross Auxiliary that organization and allay the inflammation which aald cause on or before Monday.. the Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge of .&14
(to day of May, A. D. 'Itlt otherwise Court a. Judge of Probate, far>> my Onal - ,.t i J. W.THOMPSON i ''v. had expected.- t (may be regarded .as an agency for causes practically, all( stomach liver the ajlea-atlonn of said bill will betaken discharge as Executrix: of the estate
., + I' "Omfi, people have net lest tkeir pat local service.. If.some one feature of intestinal ailments: including appen *. confeaeed by: aid defendant.It of.Jamee W.'Ullry deceased;. and that
: triotleta," they re..1t."Tb. ....' wan;i ian the local work needs help the Juniors dicitis. One dose will convince or le further. ordered tbat.thl. order at the same time I will present my. anal *
DirectorH Executrix of said
Funeral accounts aa estate
be published once aweek for four.con- .
used. In many places money refunded. JLZ.. Roberson and ,
'appenatth,, We had kagmn/ Juniors trTuMvt *" ks In the Kltslrnmea pal* and ask for their approval. .
the are helping" in the Public druggists everywhere Dated 17th, -ju D.' 1511.ALICsb _
Oaaerte
*H: 'f"I to believe the public thought the war' | I." a newspaper'published.' In
WILDER.'
Health workin the orphan asylums, said Countyand States, ,
', waa all over "4 0.... was no ..e.Sa V in furnishing lunches for the poor HORTICULTURISTS This April, lod., Itlt.:; ;. l-a-mo.-t-moa. _ Kxeoutrlx.: fKOTICB , '
... subscribing ta -more bonds. But we TO J,,, I* OVKRSt-RHSET. ti( .
children in the >schools and sometime al'
tSISALi) Clerk Circuit Court'I! ; Of ADMINISTHATOR. Yi
i j LICENSED I MBALM Rt were wrong. Tka American-city sea in furnishing food'clothes and. DISCUSS' PLANT BOARD. tREGULATIONS KRIBBfl. .AKERMAN A STEED: ., _ ; ': for Solicitor for Complainant., 1I.1t.rOTice .
towncast fU'ID.r-l1 willlnf to pays books ,these same. children.. AT ORLANDO ; .. 'Ce.r '..f Ce -ty Jaeafe, tale .(
.': 'sieri'ad his share of the ,,war kill, and] he la.proving .. The ;Juniors of, today.. the citizens - '. fl.rtmm,. 0_" Ceieiaty.re .
,
Chapel, Stewart Ava.Klaslmmee. of tomorrow and the propertraining or ADMINISTRATOR. -. .
It"M v conference' of fruit growers and (Per Fled Di.eharee) I. "" Eat 1. .1 *..., .1-. ,.Jeli. b
--0- a
of the child ia
merely abulldln& I -
'J Fla.i That Is the patrtoUe.aide of the matter -" have been called for the .
nurserymen Notice Is hereby given to all 'whom A
C.-isrJ.dca
On the business 'aide. Ue short for a better citizenship; this afternoon of 8th at I. C).... ef ; Stele *>e I it may concern.th.J on the 10th day.ot "
Thursday May ,!....... O..la
ia what the Red Cross iadolna' for C..tF. .
September, A. I> un I shall
i . term boada!or notes appear'to strike Orlando, to discuss the state plant to the Honorable T. M. 11fur apply.
aTILLER.Real i : the publlo..,. favorably. Tha average board regulations that require nurserymen >. re Balatej .f "Hs.llr 0. 'iWssM.Notice of said Court aa' Judge of,Probate, for .
: is. more willing t. tie up his 'tt> scrub all nursery Block to le hereby given,' to all whom my, final discharge aa Administrator' >,0' ' ,'f
man A '
TWICE TOLD TALEOne spread of Cottony' CushlonteScales U may concern. that on the Ifth dy the estate of Sarah '3.' Addlav deceased!
J money for four years than for a longer of October, A. D. 11. I shall apply to, and that at the same tlm..J will urea.-1>
Estate Agency.jaeNeNNeae..NNeqNw, i period. and the fact that Ue government while the, regulation is the Honorable W- Murphy Judge: of ent to said Court my 0nal accounts asAdministrator
four of Interest to Our Readers'' ,a just one, it has worked more 'or said Court, aa judge of Probate, for of said eatat*.; and ask. '
_ promises\o pay In rears Good and less of a hardship, upon the bur..ry. my final discharge as Administratrix for their approval. 4
:Realty bought and sold makes the;aeeuritles .more easily ne-J news bears repeating, and of the estate of Emily O. Tatman., deceased Dated April Iud A. IX-1>1*. ,
when it. la confirmed after a Jong :men theywtatrto-be'relleved of ;' and that at the ....... time I -' ;, p. \VAONER!: ,
if period
'HoUcs rented. reliable at full price than a>, time even if we hesitated to 'the task. Since the, matter is tonethat will present to said Court my final ae- 15.0a.mo-e-mo. Admlnlstrater.iG ,

Taxes paid and Titles verified < > of twenty years were involved believe it at first hearing', we feel secure I ia of particular interest to grove .
The, Quota for the district la $144.* (in accepting its truth now. The 'owners whose: properties may ".be- ;
for non-resident 1 1Fire .
> ooo.OOt.SeTOral eoonfies reported following" experience' a Klssimmee I come) infested by this scaled; a conference -- j"f'. aI

,, Life and Accident insorancav ', any on Ua ant day that their quotas man '1. confirmed after three years. baa been arranged 'for a discussion : 1

bad bean reached and asked for Vlotory -', J.'B., Dilard. 212 Emmett'St, Klsaimmee. I of the ,situation. .. .OJD ,..
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This conference will form apart _ I&Dch.' Loan honor flags, which are to> says: "About three yearsago - \ .
t, be awarded every commanlf. everanfcsoriblng .;: I was laid up with "rheumatic :the-program of the 'Florida. Slate. .

......t.. ..... ...... .. . ... its',........ Tie fair and pains and believe my trouble Horticultural Society that meets in PRINTING"
I Orlando beginning the evening' 'of. '
,I. Individual quota ..r..... adotM was brought' on. by the disordered "
square 6th1
: and continuing until
condition of'my tlnd.II).. I May., noon r
ad by, muy'oouatles helped to carry 9th. Other featuresof
was in aa bad shape-as any one could May important .
toes ever the top on YolanteerDaya. be. I'had taken most kind of the. program ia a conference on . -
; every
.". Ue first two days of Ua campalgn. medicine but got no relief until .I 'spray schedules a discussion of the J -x> ,
t
_ .FRESH FISH In Ue.Third. Lean eaaspalgn took Dean's Kidney Pills. I noticed :citrus fertilizer experiments that l

7 every ....t7 in Ue district want over .their good effect right away. Cone have ,been carried on by.the: : Florida ">-- 'T'HE,character; of youf printed matter makes an indelible iraJL -., -

-A' N,D-. I sad an'effort la Ma* ...... to repeat. ., tinned use :drove the trouble away Agricultural Experiment Station during 'preiiion-f ael ar. bad-upon those whojce it. More people,
this ecforinanee. Ula ttsaa. 'and I am glad to give this endorse tile rat ten years the OM-( "

: I J ment." ,(Statement. given May 28. 'tractor, groves, future protection pp your standing-,tie character and quality of product-your w

OYSTERSUSIMON TX"Tew: days of hot Florida .uD.I D. 11.) for citrus canker and many to-cIateDeaa-Ly that than by other one thing. Therefore, the
other topics. More than fifty speak- any
will take np much moisture which Added Praia*. ;
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j':. will' be needed by th. crops a little I) Oa March 27, 1918.- Mr. Dfllard 'era are.listed oa the program some need. for the right kind of printing. .

later1 on. Th. best way to conserve;said: '"I still bold aa high.an opinionof I of them of international fame. The

; MARTIN' the moisture In the soil ia to five Doan'a.Kidney.Pills as .......Thargava ..opening addrnr.on* .Tuesday. evening Our-hobby-artgood-pinntl-aotJ.acyjuup.priatiagbut ..
will be Hon. W. T. Swingleof ,. ,
frequent cultivation. me> excellent relief from kidney given by :
] s-t " :
{ finish tba .right
good printing with character qualityand type
PLooe 313 complaint and;11 nothing' I Washington. D. C.. who baa been ;

: e.Rab BUY' VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS: ere did ma ao 'muatI good.1, I sn agricultural traveler in China and right stock right fllurtratioaa--all blended into a strong dignified. ,

x ,', .,Cold.'Cam Ory aM hl111aa. y J simply'!'Prta ask-::6Oe.for e.*'kidney all; 4..remedy..... ,Dent-get P0a. Camel .fa 6 t. 14 Days who. ].)-tha ,kind that will make. .... ls.jriss.isi J fe ,...,. >f' >.. 1 '

-''' ; .. . AXATjy a C tO OOBOgMMa....AaJt .DGu1..1CUJteo. PHt.-the s... .that rUFAZOI Give w a chance. oa your. : next job., f ... *t'

ctbl for ? .Ta1Iq ' _..1% osJa.osip.yMf. T .i! .....Dillard' 1aa4.Fottter-lUl unI.eo.1Itcr 5 I -.

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ttt. ;ii +' :: of economical J Iciichen= helps.
> ? v fl a .
fuel aricj!
both
They
,;.1> / / .Tn!.. food conserve and remove the housewife -
L I for
S- s chief cause worry.
,80 ::" They should not be compared
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miV i: ---u' _ ::: ; -S. to with the earlier styles ofS
i" It > ., : cookers for they embody all the +

; S improvement that quick witted

: they are now in the lead of any and all '

L. ,. ;. ,:_. ". othefs.. tight and outfitted with aluminium utensils

I. .. .. , .-\. , r,m' r th o in stock two styles that differ in capacity>: and
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;, \ - FLOWER POTS' ,

Y 1. '. 'At.l.r; r f'.' .. i d a large invoice of Flower Pols of various '

.". ... sizes. have been be
t .c. : kept waiting can now sup
J..,... plied. _
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DR. JOHN R. MOTT SOLD. .- -

'. General Secretary of National : we advertised last week in our bargain list

I War Work Council Y. M. C. A., cold ad appeared. However f you missed get-
Who Has Been Accorded High : ting it still be supplied, for we have four other kinds

I ," Honors by French Government : of ; which you-Can make your selection' ,

As a mark of recognition and appreciation -

j-jT6js1s of the work done for the French AND SUSETTE.r

the Way- soldiers by the American Y. M. C. A: bitterly of the high cost of living.

forces abroad, the French government. I We oughtn't" to complain when we can geta
good ten cents Gashum replied.
)' has conferred the signal honor of know you can't get a chicken dinner for
I Have Chevalier of the L Helped ten
RS: General Secretary John R. Mott, of. I !

a. i. the National War Work Council of "

: i } the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A.. I '

: I couldn't out work for Telegraphic advice. from Washington : X
k : get and my country as you
i
the news of the distinc
i !: : girls- did. There were duties that kept me at home. tlon.p'anled conveyed Dr. Mott, whose home I Ia I
'" .. The telegram other in FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
$: In New York City the and I
Kdouard deBllly, Deputy 11:00 a. m., Sunday School, :Mr. J.
"But the signed by
just as boys over there saved the Nation, I I in some prospectusthat L. Overstreet, superintendent. '
follows
., High Commissioner; was as : they certain }
5 saved for it. "1 take pleasure In notifying you that I factors I 12:00: a. m., Preaching' by the pastor -

.\. ,\\i; .. the French government has conferredupon 1 commonly. agencies. "Employment Sunday
you the title of Chevalier de 2:30: p. in. Junior League, Miss
., t "Like them, I've finished the job. I've bought of the la Legion d'Honneur-1 Please accept I That fruit sell Ilopson, manager.

&=' ". Victory Liberty "Loan- as much as I did in the other! my The heartlent Natlona congratulations.) War Work Council, : ing later be a policyof or 7:30: p.. m.MillS.Epworth Cecelia League Overstreet prayermeeting

supervision In addition grove to provide president.
under Df Mott's I volume
'. "' Victory Liberty Loan Committee to Its labors among the American I I to on a 8:30 p. m., Preaching by the pas
Forces has maintained tor, "Decision in Life Service."
Expeditionary been
profitable pre' Shingle Creek at 4 flther's
foyers du soldats. an p. m. -
more than 1.600 dicted in of the
a Life Service.
Thul a .' the Red Triangle huts are known by The
ter. R. F. HODNETT Pastor.
?t' .. .. contributed byI The French pollu. Up to the .rionth rapid d'i past yearor I :.r
} smrcwr I of October 19J8. rlose' to eight mil-) two in .pfthe cit- ST.-JOHN'S-G ILD MtrwlTH0; 'i
expended In "Y" rus crops Florida
dol1ai bad been
r ,' GazetteSENIORS 1 lion work among the French and other allied handled Exchange MRS. HAMILTON TUESDAY i:, :'s\.
The Kissimmee Valley I of and ''the .
soldier. served by the huts I
\
i : Citrus prob- The St. John's .Guild held one of
"' ...,'-_....<. ---f.- _ . aWy-.have- of the the regular meetings with Mrs. W. r
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speculative large A. Hamilton, at the Hamilton home I
ENTERTAINED BY ulty, are justified in anticipating a 4 O'CLOCK TEA AT COUNTRY 5 holdings &, properties. ''in LakeShore Addition Tuesday af-, ,
GIANT COMBINE TO
s, S 7 - JUNIORS TONIGHT.. clever The hosts and novel and hostesses party. for Friday COUNTRY CLUB 'SATURDAYThe ... ternoon. '
.
-. nigh will be: ,Misses Alberta Anderson 'I
I.
,, tea
usual Saturday afternoon
The Seniors were pleasantly surprised Ruth Campbell., Grace Eleanor CONTROL CITRUS? '/ ,. '
II'
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will be held at the country' club when .....' ..:: ..... ; ... \ --
.1 Thursday morning. when Prof. Graves Louise Hess Ethel Johnson, Mrs. L.; A. Hamilton will be hostess. '; l : < ;i {.....\ij L", '. '"" ;, 'iifei" \.
Evans to address them saying Margaret Kenton Cornelia Lancaster : 1 .
arose : .. .. '
that tournamentwill A .ilvl'''''t t.: $
It is likely a 'golf $
that the Juniors felt that tSre time Edith Miller, Maggie' Mae Mc- take place during the afternoon. Jacksonville, Fla., May I.-Control _.J : \ { : "",':". ,\:r.'I'. } "" &ilfijjy. ".
lad arrived for the presentatioq; of Cranie, Percie Oliver, Helen Reed, of the citrus and deciduous fruit' Industries 51
r diplomas and had vested him with Ada Louise.Simpson, Mattie Stanford of the United States on .'joo'
:full power to do so. The Juniors felt Alpha Westfall. Freida Schwei- CARD; OF THANKS.We much the same plan as that under
that each member of the twelfth kart Lenore VanDuzor; Messrs. 9. wish to thank our friends for which bananas are produced and
grade should have recognition of II.' Summers Murray Overstreet, their many acts 6f kindness during marketed appear to be contemplated -
.their 'efforts without further delay, Bryan Simpson, and Robert Trimble. the illness and death of our baby girl. by the American Fruit Growers, ?
Prof. Evans then distributed rolls We deeply appreciate such expressions Incorporated the organization of 'Phone
of parchment daintly tied with. the INFANT DAUGHTER OF MR. 1 of sympathy for our sorrow. which. .was announced this week in
Seniors' colorll'invitations red and 'White, which AND MRS. SIMMONS DEAD Mr. and Mrs! Clint Simmons. Los Angeles,. according:to "tele .
proved to) a May c
1'
'I : graphic advices:from that city. 1
Fete. A' quaint 'water color' sketch, i
S J Helen the ,six weeks old baby_of The banana business of the world
''
the work of Miss' Emily Sanderson, and' .
Mr. Mrs. Clint, Simmons Who for years has been under unified di-
decorated. the invitations and suggested has been ill for two -or three weeks, rection
the
+ the ,event,' for it. portrayed a died Monday at their- home just east Board of Trade big concern through of most ownership of the by groves one ..
scene. .
!i ,pretThti"in.itailoa Mad a" follows: of' Kissimmee.Friends relatives at t producing this fruit. For some time
and gathered
t there have been rumors that the banana
S "Her* Highness'the I Queen of May the home Tuesday while (Rev. O. B. -
,Flowers, summons you -to I her court Falls conducted short funeral - MeetingToNight. interests proposed to enter the
4 a service I ,
citrus field and it is possible that
to witness tier held
annuals-festival '
and the littiabody was laid to
U5 .. .at the .horn .Of.IRuth'Campbell rest' in Rose Hill the California combination represents _
;+ S ,,, 8:80: o'clock pt m..' May 2nd. .tJ, Mr. and Mrs.. Simmons cemetery. ve the activity on. their' part' .In this direc '
'The 'Juniors not Let's Go j.
are divulging sympathy of "community'in: their. tion.The .dj
.
what form the festival will take but bereavement. Los Angeles dispatches state -
the guests,:.which included-the' graduating -) ". 1 that "tWr"American Fruit Growers. .5.-
; class and the high IIdhooJ fae- Subscribe for the Valley Gazette. Inc., has air authorized capital of one

- J hundred million dollars and expects .
' I to merge big grapefruit', and orange ,
N '" --- ", ,.- groves, both in California,,'and Flor-
',,. ;. .,to., !. ida with important apple orchards in
\."i .,''j." ;,, ' 4--"'" .. .
. the Pacific northwest and in theJa.tern -
.
.... \ ". "1 :,, ,' .' :,; '. f,' ,,..;'\... '." _. ,/ !: States. The promoton'
.
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.J' ... ,; :..;,.,:.. "" . ..'..' ,-;. >.. .. reported to claim that properties People May Know" -
,!, " ..1.. /, . . .. .. worth ten million .dollars already :
k
' have in .
Joined the enterprise.One
:
:',,)' (1 . .. ..
'
;
... \ of tile advantage of the move-
: .,. t .' ment set forth'in the introduction of Gazette's desire Is tcJ-- i'
it to California interests is the removal the, news all the time but
of. the' hazards of the fruit 'are sent in byphone,
L business by neutralizing the lossesof letter, we cannot hope to get
; You MustWttfrlfEvery r any dil.trlct'ln an off year through If.yon know of any item of .\ s'
:;:.' averaging or pooling the profits of Valley Gazette will_be-very .
: r : the entire territory: covered. Another print it.. '
claim made byth4t sponsors of. the I
f i combination alleged is that it will -Society. Lodge. Church. or
) one, want to be' ridsbutriches: 'won't come fo- you. ' 't,... provide a means ;, people going. away or t .
f You must go after riches. The difference between the .Successful: } :.:____ .bj9; voided certain, alleged.unn4oual!- :' back item; marriages,,death: er '

'Man and the Unsuccessful Man is that one goes out for Ri ,-,.banks: *'. 10 ties of the income tax laws. operations concerningvisitors, real estate deals, i 44,

..... t every dollar he can lay his hand upon--while the other. tit* 'down- ... While, in California it has been moving in or going. out, and ;a}

'S ,. ... spend a* he goes .and expect wealth to come to I him all in a heap.---.-.-<- stated' con.iddrabl.'degieeaa''the that 'Floridawillparticipateto anything that will make J The ,
a .
i : Put 'every dollar possible) .the Gtizens Bank. 'Strain! every nerve'' merger and'well ,informed men proposed more interesting its

,to do it. Make every sacrifice to accomplish: it. Practice-every self- "'''r" here say there .hu .be.n considerable e
'' ..,.... t. 1 'deniaL. "" .- - ; r propaganda for'it in the citrus, producing ) Gazette' motto 1st "SO 3
.J 4 r sections ofthe state, little May KDG"- and to that
+ If .. destined' ride1\ t:: ,. to .. ,
2. are a hone, it i definite (headway appear baye yourcooperation'k
} .'1 aad beenmadein signing I < ,up 'groves. ,
= wo core place itself wider ". -
a 4 JO'TamiJ Tampa..'dispatches fare to : the effect 1' '
Proverb .. boos! Kissimmee" ,
us
g s 1 '.. . : -;- thata meeting'of interested factorsfor I .> : ;
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.t .
to j t I V discusslon.of.the, newr-planswillbe'held J '" '.
) there about,May Sth, .., '.<\ \ .. "'"' ..

citCitilens Bank . i So.far .can-gathered: from the .
;vet. 1 - S T : details of die plan as .they' have been E ; 'k r ..

541E .. "..... a N' aYAy)1 '....... A . y I DEPOSITS_ n . '. .' .1x wired from. California j and as the r f n p. 4
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'dispatches
,
.is -
explained'In t'press
merger f.
:x Ii??'. ,. '-,j'r., n "Op, KISSIMMEEvn 't " / the' movement ,will,be com, .
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.I' 'e !.'1 n,,."!" '..' -.... . ...: .... .' J: eaa'1, "INSURED. )T t .t-.rit.J it-,,' ' petitive; aMke.-with private marketing 'in.. .<< : .1' ;..:.:) .. :, : ;;. '
.'...stti., '* .WIlD..aIa'h e.."' ....." fad. "......,..:.'-..-.. . ,' ... '.' ',1,., 1."' .\ associations[ agencies';of1 and growers I .
;near tofSERVE '.
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Citrus Exchange.
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