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 9, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00906
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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t 'Bids Were opened'by the stale road .-. 'ft." .f, .' -, -- t. -.-..... .*_ ....,...,. .. -.... ... The honorable city council'; ia call ,e
commission at Tallahassee on Tuesday ( - '" 'f lug an election for .the ,sum of H6>-
i for completing the missing link CITY LIMITS NOTrTO. Mavor W J. Steed received:the feDowiBg'.telegram, MI.SS10tARY.CONFERC -' 000 fojr the malntenancevof the present -
on the' Dixie Highway between Kis- from Liberty .Lean Atlanta this morning + drainage system! and $30 000 for'atreet -
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'simmee and,tamp bel and the..con- ., Improvements> be held' on
tract was awarded to Murphy and 'BE MADESMALLERThe : which shows the urgent .eM', every nbscriptioa that cam 20'MEEf-H June 7th. ' ; "

"' :Maloney. The G.zette..1ainformed: ., : \ ; possibly be secured for Victory$>.ondi betweea new sail. RE It i* the' intention''of the, council to> J ipro..ide

'JL'there were four bidder., and there tomorrow ifhU-->-+"rs C a ditching machine' and' to,.
'T- was les ..than- one -hundred dcG lara clean out' the ditches. which' are in
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\- between the highest and "lowest. The proposed city 'chaner held, the Kissimniee I is to entertain the StateMissionary" .i* thought .that a . '
.. contract price is $64,420.44 for about center of the' stage throughoot theboard Conference'' at Its annual thoroughrecleaning of the entire .to
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of 'trade meeting Friday night. ." meeting. 1920,'.a. the vote of the '
2% 'miles of paving most; oL.whicb MAYOR, KISSIMMEE,FLO. tem will' in a large'measure remedy y
To draw in the city limits or not to convention at Lakeland thti week. '
;will be sixteen feet wide. the standing water which haa played'havoc
draw-lnwthe city limits was. the-Tfex- 'IF'YOUR COUNTY ,FAILS TO SUBSCRIBE ITS Four citiei, 'Jacksonville. Monticello
This' information was wired by S. ( _, . in more than one Instance.* -
**' II Lupfer. one of the"bond trustees, ing Question that brought ouLJuigelleral" ' QUOTA IT'MAY;' MEAN, FAILURE OF STATE-WHICH Tallahassee 'and Kissimmee all''' sent: The ,money for 'street improve.
. .In Tallahassee.The discussion. After the matter urgent invitation to thel conferencein mentt will be mainly
. letting of this contract: will bea was thoroughly threshed out i it was IS BEHIND. PLEASE "CLOSE UP YOUR CITY GET : session,' but Klssimrrfe received' the paving of the treet expended connecting J on- ;

srreaf'-relief &lo all our citizens, as voted to leave the limit at the present BUSINESS MEN/TO WORK'AND'STAY, ,, CLOSED''' UNTIL more,th.n half, of.all the votes ,cast, with the Gixle Highway ''Oa the south.and ,
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well a* tee travelling public generally boundary line. "- giving a large \majority over with the hard'surfaced road to ,
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committee made a report YOUR QUOTA IS REACHED. ; applicant.. 1 it has been almost St. Cloud what i known
a* knpassa"ble awed '' I alone aa
and that an appropriation be r .The KiMlramee delegation went to
fer more than a year pow and .', McFADDEN : "
m.de'to out the plans of beautifying I armed'with .n' invitation thThehspeciflc streetsand '
carry from : of
has been a source of continual trouble tions these
and expense to all who have been I' the lot adjoining th. .A. C. CHAIRMAN LIBERTY; LOAN <.EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE the Kissimmee,, board of trade the width of paving follows ,
so unfortunate as to have to pass L."'passenger depot, and this was approved f the. city council and official, the; of. I Clay 'street; front city. limit to'
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that way. I by the meeting by a vote setting tOOoo..o.o..ooooooooo.ooo..oo ,..4ooo.oo00..0. o..t. .. ficial of 'the church and the Bermuda, 16 feet. '.
The blame for the delays in the aside $65 on condition that. the. .- .wj en'' Missionary: Society. 'wom.1 Bermuda avenue between Clay and
completion of this piece of road has I other sum subscribed were av U. .emphasize: the Penfleld.1&taet.i, .
, .. been-unjustly-Jat ceola county by the outside public, this, purpose to the total'of $200. EVANS T0.1 AVE AT MONTHLY MEETING of concluded greeting, with to the conference which and Clyde avenue, 16 feet.

/-while) ,the county authorities were MARSHAL GETS' STOP WATCH'I the a4urancthat a Drury avenue and Nuptune', ,I Road '
'.. \ j f' cordial Invitation await the 1020conference' Mermaid '*, '
doing all In their power to have the between Broadway and -
Alabama Paving Co., the contractors, I FOR, SPEED ARTISTS CLOSE OF SCHOOLS OF CITY COUNCILThe ..\s., .. ". Boulevard.' 18 :feet.: '' ,
., .*. j complete the work. This they re'Pe.ted1y I! Neptune Road, ,from Mermaid
} \ promised ,to do. until oaitlenee : The speed artists of this city had 1 REDUCTION, OF 10% ON BACK -iBoul.vard,16! city limits 9' feet., t
R. M. Evansof OsceolaHi
Principal
ceased to be a virtue. The best watch, their speedometers for May meeting T of the city solons ..TAXES PAID WITHIN 60 DAYS!I
h' School notified the school board :
matter was then taken ,up with the City Marshal Weodall i* to be furnished : was an'-extended one and the t sad BASEBALL'MEETING'AT
state road commission 'and the Ala- with an up to date stop watch at its meeting on Monday for that he hands of the clock' marked twelve I 'A\teeelutlonwas 'paed by the COUNCIL CHAMBER TUESDAY'All /
..bamaPaving Co'.. contract, together and will be able to tell to a dot Just 'wouldnot''be he an had applicant reap- ia said before their deliberations )city, council last Tuesday evening of I'
with their $6.000 bond and $1.500 retention how fast the wheel fly without inquiring pointment.similar a'* already accept.Fla. i'carne to a close. ;ifering a reduction'of 10 per cent on those interested In baseball and,
ed position at Quincy, '
,, money were declared forfeited. of the map who 1 I. stepping;I This a announcement came a .In': the absence of the mayor, all back taxes due the city prior t+ the other athletics are requested to ate.... h
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on the gee; "belt from the blue" to all citizens Chairman' Fox represented the city's year 1917, provided payment: la load< tend a meeting to be held at "the,
V It is hoped that the new contractors The city council decided to "purchase who interested in the our welfare interest as acting mayor, and H. M. within" the next sixty day council chamber next"Tussday: evening -.
111'11ftnlsh\ the job as e ditlou.- this watch at.theMay 'meeting ,, are Breaker was made acting chairman I at 8:80., ,,
Iv as bossible, and that the much .and will present it to Marshal Wood- : of the school as Principal had Evans -'of the council- with Councilman Tay Hon. C. S. Acree of the Point was At this meeting the matter of orgsnisin +'; '
"cussed" and discussed "missing all for possession during his term of had been here so long and.thathe lor, Floyd and Arnold present.., in town Manday conferring with the a baseball team for the ....
link" will have passed into inocuous :office but no longer, for it i Is to. remain given' such universal satisfaction and! A multiplicity of matters were I county commissioner at their May son will come up.for discussion, as

desuetude .. the cityV_ PfgPgrty. *, ; desirable was regarded fixture.as a permanent broughtup during the evening, the meeting. well as other athletic activities. .'
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I In speaking of 'the matter to a first being the; proposed Phillips '
\I representative of the Gazette Mr. 'Lumber Mill contract. Mrr"5hodgras* r.

COUNTY. CONSIDER. Evans statedthat he had been placed represented the mill. Some progress METHODISTS"PREPARING FOR
SOLONS tin. a rather embarrasiajr'position.! .'He-contract has been made in arranging for the :
I said the school; authorities* at -Qtttncyhad as an. agreement was read ,
made him flattering offer last granting the 'city a power permit
a

ii DIPPING VATS__ _AND ROADS year simmee contract, but and at for that the another time school he year board hdd in signeda here Kis'These across Bid and were the on TurnishAg water.railroad from plant M.-property fuel.1. were Stout to ,the;opened.M.city A. >THE[ BIG : CENTENARY DRIVE

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r.. 'amount very kindly offered'raised him his at Qulncy salary to This Morris and C. Buckles.* The matter . .._ ,, .

Cattle dipping Inspectors, vat and .,th0 'contractor''" *"-6n' the St. Cloud- time however, the Quincy *people was committee referred of to the the council.light and water I The First,, Methodist church of Kla- Ov r treet" ; J... R. Gilbert; 'and-C.'- 'W.- 1

r roads occupied most of the attention Melbourne Highway the excess wired him, before 'he had made a 1 A new regulation regarding the,slmmee' is. --preparing' 'enter the Griffin. -> -
:w r- of the Board of County Commissioners reightcharges on road material usedon contract, to name his own flgureand electric light meter deposit came eight day drive of the. Missionary .W, B. Harris-Miss- Alberta, 'Hop-
. \ on Monday morning. the-yew road. Mr.. Carson stated he fixed it at an amount which he fbr discussion and a resolution up Centenary: movement for tits portionof Ion, John McPbatter, Miss Elsie
? A-bid of-$395.00-fronVC. Aj'Cramm. that an Act had just been passed by felt sure the Osceola board could not the first reading requiring pass"Id a $5. the thirty-five million dollars {Norton... W. H._, Arnold. and. Mls, i
s 'r for vats; the county to furnish"- the, the:'legislature legalising this action.'Attorney affed-to pay and hi* offer was Immediately depotij,for light user in pJ.ocI.of- the'which ,i* asked tobe, pledged atthis Maud Alice Wagner/ w
material, was turned down,-..and after : Fat Johnston, being ask. accepted. Mr. Evan said,-tltt now' itt"Yorce. It is the intentionof time* '" : : RM... ,Ev.-HI. Nina, Bratton,
;4 some discuAon- ]board decided to I ed for his opinion,' stated that'the' he regretted very much to leave Kisaimme -> the council to 'rebate the depositors !'The eampalgn-'wa.'orlginally- t Mr;'J. Oventceefc: Rev.-; Hodnett
;' turn all further building of vats over:'commissioners had rto authority or but hoped it would turn out in the form of monthly reduce for April 27 to.May 4,.but an.objec- and Miss Ethel Roberson, '' .
-,-.- """"Ho Road Superintendent L. R. Farm.i right to change contract in anyway for the best both foiLthe school and tion in their light bill* till the 'five dollars tipn was raised to these dates as it I Mrs. L. H-Ingram-: Mrs., :D. G. "
';, er. who i* expected to do a better that would cause either an ,, over for himself. He owns his home here would be consumed In the case was thought it.might, interfere-.with' Wagner. Miss'Helen Ba.., 'WiU Mason ., ?
. ';,_ and .cheaper Job /than ha yet'.,been I'expenditure the "monejr'voted at and stated that he would rather have of those.' who. have a' $10 deposit. the Victory: ,', Loan. and the time- was Tiller, and E.'C"Duzenberry. '
'.. done, the special election,- or "diminutionin stayed in Kissimmee 'even at some i The bulkhead project was discussed ,changed'' May 18 to the'" 26 fnclu-I Mrs. E.' E. Wells-Mrs. OeV/Uton
It wai decided" that' inspectors the mileage constructed and as sacrifice in salary, but that he felt aleUlacy and a,call for new bid on' the contraction sive., ' . Alderman,_Mrs. J. J. McCranle, O. C. ,
'1 should put in twenty-five worJdn the board had passed this resolution' in asking the board here tojUise was issued the bid' Jo be 1 J. 'I!.' .Overstreet I'n i charge of McLean, M. O. Well and J. Beamon.
days in the month on a monthly bash against his advice he wished this his ..salary to an amount that opened at the next regular, meeting, the campaign for' th. Kissimmee: Mrs) J. R. BronoivMls Ruth
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of $86.00 per month from April ] fact to appear'' upon the minutes.It -/'(would h... anything likeequalized the first Tuesday In June.: In case I church and called together a number I Clark, R. DeWItt Brown W. S.; Gra'
any working the If cannot be said that Commlsslen-- ii'It'I e two position these offers are satisfactory, the ot.his co-workers in the church Tuesday -' ham M. M. Miller and .Mrs. C. H.,
time to hocked on the same er B. H. Guy does not work hard for I Prof. Evan is a high-toned Christian council will call for bids on bonds.. evening to organize teams which' Summers: i..Mrs. .- ;t "
0rdia"Base tame before the' .board ,his. constituents. He'made an eloquent ,' gentleman.and ha*'worted' : hard The proposed election-for street would make a personal canvas of every j' . .J. "Z.: Roberson.Mr*.' .Dor.
and reported that 'the ;'gasoline and j! appeal 1 te the board to .be allowed land conscientiously throughout his. paving wa considered The bonds i member and the friend of' the Lee .Mrs. 0. M. 1 Sherouse.' Jr,!J. S..Cadel "
upkeep bill on his_ ear averaged to straighten out the road long term of service here for the betterment of the clerk treasurer marshal and organization during the period. The A. W.' Bailey and, J.: ,C.,
'$75.00 per month and he was obliged from Bert Arnold's place 'to Ken.nerill. and. upbuilding of, our collector wer..rleeeptd!i : and other captalna,and their teams, as selected, Schmidt." .' , -
schools*,' and vn ptediet-tb' board follows: v > Mrs.: >>. G. McKay-Miss Louise ::, ,1
to visit every'vat in the county at ., and,;also to makes new road:I business routine .'cam in. for a full ;
least twice a month it was"imJ OHI- from 'rilroad.at Kenansville tol will have a. difficult task In finding share pf attention.GOVERNMENT J. wad.. Tucker Mrs. M. A. Clark Thomason,' A."'M.' StoryMia* Gertrude '

: '"'' 'bl. for him' to continue'' to"workwith.'an Gap Creek. 'Attorney' Pat Johnston's successor his> who,. will. adequately, .fill , Mr*..'C. E. Hilton. ..Mr*.-f McPhatter. McKay, ,W..J.. 1 BUlb. ).'. .and Do' N(:,
,' I upkeep allowance ''of only advice Was'that'the county roads place I RETURNS and ErLv-Leslor.r J -, .O'r Brattoa.Th .
'i26.OO perfpxmth. The .. accord should be first ''established and therightsof'way' 1 I He just'recently to'115.00 "secured before 'any: go.to Daytona at an advance over I I.' 'BORROWED PROPERTY "" D.-''G."McKay.Lewis to meet at'the Methodist
ingly'Tals'theallowance: ; J- I OTBryan
> .-....'' "" rAt \' ". the ,salary which he was' board Adah
when
per m oXbT : new-.work. begnn.i The" MsksMsaBh' re>i""ft '1 4 I'c.c'Can: the .. I I I but.the Inducement ,was ,not large : ".. r" W/ Persons Mrs- A 'W. be ,
; vie request l t Some"" time'Igo when th. subs 'George : ; an out of town'speaker'will present
.Aboard: passed .." naolutiO'l1' ;aUoW lIf '7 '(Continued;oe,hgigle'; B) 'fixw enough main in; ,KUlmmee and he had,when'he'de ded.to1re21 received threatened J, the ''d6"tudloft'i": .the BaileyMre 6. ,: Persona Miss 'Cecelia to Instruct them In the'' work.
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;' -' : .... t.. -. t --c the' Quincy offer. ..' ?'? r,*" " V *I transports carrying ; the American
\ ,,. .;school authorities at Quincyare soldiers overseas it Will'be remem-
CHARTER , .to be. congratulated.; They went 1' bered, that the governmentIsued CQS'EDW
-1BRYAN SAY8 MASONIC SCHOOL
,: :,, :: :NO : out' after the.beet principal in Florida call '
;...and..stayed.on. on the,Job.until,theygot to'the iavy.ia the..torin of.binocular*; , .
to.-secure the .t $ '

DEER h m. -: ;>;".TO-SY' *" :*:>U* necessary/number,'Among those from in"$any'issimtheetwho other....:.Way. /* ES0AY WITH '.BANQUET' '


; WtTtiOQ11 rE fE.R.E"DqM4.'j .. f ."\.GRAZE" CI.: rr':t.It' answered,thir-.call ,was' Mr.. andMrs. : .
j., ... ... -) .' J. M; .Wlllaon.Pjr.' who immediatelyforwarded .
';.;' : ., J..: w.*.. ....TT r W'f' *. ' Comrade William Hall "who. lives a pair 'of fine navy binoculars 'I 'I.. .. .' "

t Th,'Ga ette I I. In eceffit 'of the )last Friday'night, when. the board re- in Doop's Addition, just south of St. which they prized 'veryhighly. ''The' Masonic.school" of instruction Warlow.', ''W. M.. G; M.>.,Grand. Longsr
following telegram from Repreienta. vesed Itself .by...voting 'eliminate Cloudr'reports seeing two fine deer a This1 week they ''were 're-/ closed Wednesday night after a three of Florida. < : .
7 -' tiv. N. C..BTyan.relative to,the :" week ago. while driving to,his farm, turned to them with a courteous note lay session which was well attended St.- Cloud-L. U< ,wJlmmermap 3-
.. posed' new!eharser .1aro-l .iw.undestandlhere'are no specific one mile 'south. ..of..the.j end of Columbia expressing the-. meat the 'aid by.:>the )local' members -of that lodge K. Conn.' C. E.' Carlson- O. Reynold .'
r.' T.II.h..s8r- ,4,06: objection* 'to 'the charter a* It now ''avenue'i.' 'r:7th' I' given >to''the Jf ini,its timeof'need'would'"repay' and, representative, from the,,,' near *,' Sam Brammar, /Roy 'Taylor,, ie
Klssimme.I 4taaette Klssim- stands but of citizen feel .. Hall said he 'first thought the I them fer'' any '; :' E. J J
1,Valley i some our by' organizations: St. ,Cloud Or* Wm. HaU'Dr' U C.Rlddle G.
tj :,i mee,'Fla.. .', 'L .. that so Important a matter aa changing deer were) small''calves that had losttheir ,I inconvenience.: 'The- note also I said lando, Haines .Clty'andW'later.; Park. Blackman S.:J. Entriken Sam Mur
Please advisfr'publie'In'your'paperthat : the i.city':.charter' should .be-sub !! 4x"maw" but ',when' he drove I that the"government was preparingplate Past Master Walter Scott,;of Fort ra < feteMurray., '
charter bill., if introduced, will mitted.,to the,qualified.voters .before closer," the little .fellows thought he a to rnemoralls the( ler"flceswhtch Meade-,metrtber of the State committee wines City-J. R. ''Yale, O.\ F.
haft referendum clause. " it is."finally .enacted into-law. wa 'close''enough' and took to,their had been rendered by the dt-, on works was.the official instruc- Cheney, and D. B Oblinger '"' T
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.'I c. N./C."BR AN" "t>' ,! :It-ls'probable: 'that':the'matter will heelsi'soori; : disappearing a bend of ; liens In parting\ I'with.'tbelr' property' a. splendid impression Avon Park-E.. W. .Sal'lf8naDei H.:

' tl 'We 'understand several r telegrams betaken' up"at the. tpeeting of-.the the.,road ,. about half a milesway, .ven'' 11 'onIF: temporarily. gr.hi.,pup illa, both, .aa man_and M>- D. . .
""protesting board of trade tonight-; and that Mr. but passing arqund'IMrMall's! : farmhouse 'Mr Wlllson'sbinoeulars' were 'un IOn, and Ms .intricate ,.knowledgeof,,, Mt. Dori.-M.. Ml' 3avens.
1 i'" against the enactmenttoof the -charter I Bryan .will basked' to'\ pass ', ,the in .making.their get-away: injured but the. ease was badly worn. tilt craft'will i' be an inspiration'to* all Apopka-John' B.'. .Stelnetz.. ;, dU
r without first submitting it to the charter. ,with the, referendum clause.VICTORY' .To see wild deer, so close to,the cityt', indicating, that' the "eyes" hsd:beendoinJr' .ybo V heard hs( splendid lectur.*.' trlct deputy - .
' 'durlft their-> absence

,' qualified voters ,_for their!; ,ratification i ,in the closed season'is a Rood indlca. heavy; duty << ..Most' Grand Muter,r T. "
Worshipful !
( r tkm than next the woods from. lioTh. e. LEW.'L
November
pri : or rejection. .. ::LIBERTY LOAN .. Mcton' Warlaw.-of-the Jur1sdictiogofF.oridatwas NC'MOUNTS v
Ali ;!fie.i, The< proposed charter ,, was'preps red '' hereabouts.,will be+full.of-'game of ; "
'- ; : by a committee from the board of I' MOVING' VERY SLOWLYOscoli that '>.ort.st.; Cloud: Tribune. ," ' BUT VICTORY LIBERTY :BON present ate and the banqpet favoredtR&lbdgawith' SKIN ,OF,. LARGE ,BEAR.

vr trade composed of W. J. Steed, chair 1 .' .. . . . ," a'evening splendid in \; y:
I address, : taxid.rmlst\ b
r' "i( man1W.TB., Crawford. C.vAi CarsunvJ. i :' county''drivi: for/Her quo: Uti 00 100 00..00.000000'.0 0 0 010 0 ..0000.0000000000 to "OnOt which\ne-'cajled, attention, to..some .Lewi. Lang,, .the. 1
.. J3."Cadel.and'W.: ,B. Harri' ;: and ii of thehVictoryLiberty.: ,Load Is lust received'the skin of a blg'-' laclc'bear''killedfbytE.'C.w'HancocY
has.been discussed' at-: several meeting nearing completion- and'at-' the time { < ; matters "of particular?.interest'; the ,' :" near'
W '" Y eT R iOAii tratt. atthi, .time. t ; ; his 1 :
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:;i of the boatd.The'entire charter we go- to' press is approximately -y ". ,, candidateswere place > ;
has never been read at'a board meet ly but 75 -per cent of-the amount al- .. 'Purinjr\X the ,("Isesilon" :'The skin -measure full six feet and
loted ,* " -. J .. ., . initiated In the' three degrees the.animal, that inhabited it,, must'
ing, though the essehtial changes proposed her been subscribed: . ,. .., ;
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, :r< \ James' CBucklesin.tbeflretyNa have- pounds. '
In 'the city's ovgernment. have v_The campaign Is going even'slower weighed some-450 according
4 been aired u and'voted are In' lCiaaim.mee,';whera' the'" subscrip '" ) than Bryan nd W..Ai .CUtes 6fLoughman. to Mr-l LaDar. *- ? ,, -
.upon.-They, : tion have scarcejyv passed ta' '" the second; .- and -Jr -'E. Black- 'b.ar'.re common' Ia' ,thla
.. ,First that., the city .: office I ? ltfty'per 'Subscriptions Y Ctory-bonds. ;'witl close -MsFY y
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t be .taken ut, of politics and bechaiiRed dent! of the quotas " v- : ; Fr..1 Brown. .A.:: : son; and C, A.,Gar. section Mr.:Lang' say; and r.1'hr..;,
i. quota. third
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frorriran: elective to' : Carson Farmer,the ",.local t \ chairman Oaceola'couaIJ below.Jta: rert. in- the degrees C ;.*T .> been'seen no further away'from. K.ls->
f* pointive'offleei.' .'" '"anap.' ;;ha.- .pPointed" committees to 'pcNb submitted th. 'total' s.oust' subscribed'ta i date'' Is ,r ,' <, On-'Wednesday"" evening. ,.. between ,simmee than Shingle i Creek. -. He has

Second, ''that the city treasurer's make a. person. Canvas,> to $65,500, er .001 the gueta' fixed by tbi authodti.s* .: ; T:30arid, 8:30the Kissimmee Masonl mounted', a 'number 'of skins. that,' .
;' fAce be abolished and .. the funds the full'amount .*',nearly'.* pose; This leaves .e .....".tlaAC! .OGO sliest of our andbaeDt.t .. and their visting brethren' atheredround'th. measure eight feet.r': : 1
In depositories'/-as,1. now 1 done ble.1 ; These workers Will; report. at banquet'table tn'th.lr hall
''y- kept by the state' nd. counts. . the VlctorvLoaIl c headquarter to., ;:- I By a'IQpreae; fort this may be'.vercome. bat at )rill take and.feasted on "The fat of the land." Mr: and Mn.Geu, W.' Fox will
%- '' i !! _* of W" work:t morrow, when it Is hoped the figures 'a'' tremndoat oae ela-&pt."o 'do itol".terel; :trait Mes,r .-r'J.-
ir'' be Third.ted that' administer a board public the affairs will be -)pore creditable.:' ' '.. that iaDcOIIIaaitteeawiU b.very 'actin'aaclcIiUieat sadtht and .W.J.. Steed' the committee onarrangementomitted and expect to "be away "about s d
y
,. 'I and water t' :, \ the pnbVcwilPsabsc; ibe-astu ibanbyoae,4ossibl.to : ., 'no/detail 'that month. .Mr.: Fox'formerly lived In ....
) of ;.the municipal light *
would .conttibute'to'the' of valuable
, Knoxville and some'
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uccess't own*
plant, the Jm'i1bers.of:which -are to ;v "annui'r; .\ J' \ ti ea'' that oar gsets asy be reached., ' "\. nk this feature of the school property there"which" h. 'expects to- is

,serve ,wlthoutpyVr65'rittat7l. RFourth ''"'4hll "'"up"'day.: ai -t. -, .;' ; :-' .Very 'repeetf UY, ",', iThe.visiting ,Masons who i registered sell during' his. f \'i.lt."Ue.. also ha*. ,, ;
9+ that a'cnange{bevnaade W :Shingle ;Cre K Veneterywill' be,h.iJon : < '..:, A. CARS011, , e. 4Itria<<.the meeting-werer other' business .matters, to wind up T
'x., ( ,the'-method, ofcollectingrcity.taxes., Saturday'Msy.47.wh.n'af. : ; r. .Gairau :for'Osceola'. Ce.ty." Winter!!"Park-W. O.' Hale,-' O. W. which! will require.a, considerable' ,
.Toe. fifth -item contemplated* the ties interested* are. urged'S'to 'brim 'f' ,Johnson,. Frank Lln eraT8D.:'Walter. portion of his time.
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'. contraction '.of -thgdtyfmltsIbot dinaertand eo.e,1,>>tepcand to' pat lathe J I SchuHr and A. A.- Wessen.l ., .
,, this;, was_,abrogated :at i the meeting; entire-day.' '- 'tJ'f l '] Orlnd --Bert L. Blair*. T, Picton BUY VICTORY, c LIBERTYJ :BOIDS) iS
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-!_T '.,. JyoTo--from h, _.ming great Dr.CaldVell's'Syrup benefit, I"iiave* Pgg-experienced . St. Cloud V. .,, .. DANGEROUS- ::::: 11



V suffered from indigestion NEWS AND NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD, TilE \\ .. the bswiii t-o.t,.. 'e eo O.' some OOU MKDXi.: -H"*rUra OH VCapsule.
Xl4iad
/ sin. always ; to h_Uh **4 Km* llf* as theom.. at oae :;Tfr\ X. are an .old. trua1
__ V BY OUR HEXH/lTAK COHRKSI-OJIDKNT.: : a'o"1... ss.I.. .
'b.a t..Y foi'V
.... but since taking! Syrup Pepsin, I am no longer . J L-a..tAVi deties.. VIUOk. otl I preparation usd alt over Lbe world
VV an\t\ old-raah-
f t wV&i \*. tfO""'. twih..ut, ('nturlcs. Th -contain
and. I raise it V V ". *.r-yuu "*4 ".1'0'' '' lon...' onlhlnc olU eorobln with
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: V troubled? ari that! way, cannotj Dr.. Cujhraan, .qf St.; Petersburg, sister. Mrs; Palmer at ..,., SCtTCCV frem sieepIsneSa.. .lr.n th-sl,..lnc and .TBt.m-el.anlnsTh V
.T wall known-and ueed br physl-
"V laxative." came in this;week"and t Ii calling 'Oi\I Mrs. Frank Boggs palms '.> the b.h.-wk., *f. rb lh.lr daJly praeuea. GOLD
Highly as-'a' VV V lour kiJ..>. t,- Mlp. Tn* clans' 'la ..
V V I too ;.- old friends. : V Martha and Charles, ( 'oa use's Jr1IO" 'M' your k4d. MKDAL l'aarA.m OH O p.u1are .nsnorl
-' /From a I tt.ito Dr. Caldwell wrltt nb\> 4 Mr.: and "Mra. Simpson of Tampa spending the winter hot pvrfAWrmlnsr' theIr func "" 4 dlr.et from the laboratorlea I*.

: ,.'I V V .. Mrs. Go. Scbuffel'LUG3 Wett ATC. I' k. came in Wednesday evening' to visitthetatter's Boggs' mother, Mrs. .p.pl,.. Th 7 are- .itiV! half Holland.will either The r ar. cf1'n""I.prompt r to.IUC tkS.an.1 or
1m. CIv.
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V .V' \ V Utics, ;N. Y. / VV parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Tuesday for theirhorn tr. x.umuUI work ana ar and sllowlnr b c oiuVCrt. your rnon y-wlll ;b. .tunded. -A.lc for
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Weston Bailey. -- V Kans. .* urlo melt and o h.r palwina th.... at any < ">. .tor., but ,be sur to
Mrs. Wing left Wednesday evenIng Mrs, Preston Raynor v.a.m,. you >">trVn.iTi' .....t the orl.ln&l Imported GOLD_

.V for Mount Vernon, Ohio; for the day ,to' spend the .auR'J1' yuu unl.!.. th., are V ... In MKDAL.>.al..d trand.packaC.Accept V Thr no.. .ubstltut!*,...

: Dr. Cajdwell's\ fall.summer, but expects_ to'return' in VVV tbe|tlves'The at'Michigan' Imesport people, '1... .1'''..' ...571PCIUV.... ,.......,..........'''.,. ....", .......,.....,.......................... .

V Mrr firadshaw left Tuesday for day meeting tjte V
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--- SyUp1TPeiin. y'r Wynoka, Okla., for the' summer. .Mrs. James Goff, on' ACTIVE SERVICE I .
Mr. and Mrs. 'G. T Bailey and sons, with about sixty '

Faber and Kenneth, motored to .Tampa i The Loyal Women's Expeditionary i Force, Mar. 1INDLE

-V St. Petersburg and Tarpon the Christian church. V, 191i, bid Wildcat Division. 'of,
The Perfett Laxative Springs on Saturday returning on noon at 2 p. m. I
r I HOTEL
V Monday. V 1f. R. Crawford V V
to the question
Mrs. C. A. Robinson to -. MKmyittt'FiA.
V expects last for Seattle : oft heard the .
V : V Said by Druggists Everywhere V. | leave Sunday night! for Belleport.. L. Wash.; to visit: V the Wild Cat.iuerry Wild. .Compk>teI1ocI I'1.QIbicit \'

V V 50 cts.' (E.1);: ) $1.00 VI..The fot New the York summer.V Veterans' .held their to V 'return Comrade to C.St. T.Cloud. |!,I, viand t""?,the the child.wise guy, ., \ f'SteinvU -'I.t'up'Wd!' n

: I regular monthly meeting on Tuesday passed a pleasant I otdoeCoAvorioit. to[ yuriIrsFrt /
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V ', I want the answer I .. '
in with f. Booklet ,
afternoon
Oak Park'.Grove, left on Wednesday for quite complete- of City'- ctvd for
a goodly number .in attendance. The Pa. I ,.. 'V1HDU U>niTH. PROP'A .

: : V A combination of simple laxgjtmT; herbs with program was in charge of Mrs. Robinson V Mr. W. J. Mayee, I I up the down double the time street. I II .
; music by the Drum corns; the wffiter in St. Cloud
: pepsin, lIi1d.an gentle= in its action!, thqt relieves reudinjTy( Mrs. J. G. iTrH--an
V: constipation quickly. A trial bottle I A. L. Hill; recitation by :Mrs.. Ri.fjcs i ; Jrf. Y., but expects to I I Carolina and Tennessee much needed advice, ,in regard to
.reading by Mrs. E. E. ) vines and A
Williams/ sonjj'fajl.! their trees, crops.
that God
man
obtained free of charge by'writing to ibv the choir: Reading "Pa's 'I I put northern appreciates such
V can be xam-'V Mr. and Mrs. A.: I I '\' ducked a jamboree. man sure
$ Street pie, !Mrs. Francher; song, Mrs. Ie- spent the past five the lot at St. DilI help. .
: V Dr,"W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Pew; reading/ :Mrs.. Empson: short left last week for I IIr.and I,, Chappelle as well, J I I :Mr. Lewis Durham and family" viaitrd -
:,stories Mrs. Vreeland and i Mrs. PeiPwt V withJOe :McCulIougJi and .tamilySunday. V
1."eJ'dUnr
Monticello Illinois. :\ Mrs- A.- E. they 'clawed at"
: j jV -recitation- *
V ? 'little T.lnC :MrS .
.. V Marskie. Adjo rned. till the Tirst to leave on Sunday for r- was S. 0.. L. j I I Mrs. Reitzel, of Starling, III., spent
: Tuesday in October. Rev. Cook and wife docile Thursday at the home of II. G. Siev-

: SHALL CENTENARY BE CURSE 'I| Mr. and Mrs. Craw; who 'have been day to spend the V I,I dwelling to be quite in the states V er. V fI
'sDeMdlnsr the winter here, left on north. fine looking V
Ifll. would fight the kaisl'r.I I| Dr. Cannon has a V
I Wednesday last for Munoie. 111. :Mrs. AcVerman and to the (\olden Gates. patch of potatoes. I have not heard
V OR MOUNTAIN TO CHURCH I Mrs. E. R. Slawson left on Tues- Saturday 'to visit her I they left Hoboken how they are yielding. V

V day to spend the summer with her :Tampa.: I slack, '1 II. Siever improving V
I .. .. .. I ) was G. greatly/ !
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: in f i iI' they smeared on war paint his home Ky the addition of a nice
collection the Centenary like manner, it .was a presence '
"Whether the > V
V shall be 'a curse to us or a souls that had been saved. He quoted FLA. SOLONS WOULD I II balled the jack screened porch.

mountain to stand upon depends up- scripture to sustain hl8'position.. I' VI
heard the
story
) on the motive "we have in view," said "far God who commanded the lightto FOREIGNERS V WHO I i I the) truth of that war scrap, I I CHRISTIAN CHURCH
shined
Bishop Collins Denny in an inspiring hine out of darkness hath I :
helpless women
V the of "The Cen.tenary" in heart to /give the light of the poor 11:00: -Sunday School.
V1 sermon on subject<< my I hunish
I I in the trap;
V Broad Street Methodist knowledge of the glory of God. God i [ 12.00-Sermon.
at thje
( By JohrTC. Trice.) 'ilegiunce to a foreign their teeth for action
Episcopal (Jhurcli' South of has said again 'Let there he 1ll.ht; : I 7:15: ; -Y. P. S. C. E.
$ 4 Whereas these'l their claws,
: | r
of Tallahusse.Iay 5.Spctul.Messrs. ( << ) up
i Knojfville, recently. "A coin is fine My heart must be the manger I' ":30- ermon.
k wlici I'laJnied and ruling mutts
Roebuck and of were
base according to the metal of Bethlehem in whi :, or Columbia county this afternoon introduced {exemption, came to. I I I the. world's laws.
V, which it is made." Bishop Uenney born again or my soul the JORl'ph'stomb and secured the of 'the purpose of rea'ping .. evening at 8:30.: L. A. S. each Thurs-
He will arise from the passage V
. recounted the emphasis the Apostle "in which n memorial to the congress of the lierlefits, 'of a free the war is over, day. .
Paul laid upon motives, even not referring dead. United States, requesting the ilepor have the assurance of I work in France is- done. Junior C. E. ea'ch Sunday at 3:30:
4 to the miracles of Christ in i Discoursing on the great oppor- tation of all foreigners who shirked tional liberties, which our troubles homeward p.m. .
V hie passion to show his followers tCmity- to Methodists in the Centenary 'corded skulked like I miles from the
the
the duties of war in the<< recent con ]I many Young Ladies' Circle meets each
that a transformation was necessary movement, the bishop 'paid tribute filet It recites that of theforeill"n were, behind .their I ,
V V in their souls. He compared the' to John Wesley, the first to of many this ''ship, and in the scene before salvation for all men. For population country i I C. W. B. meets the first Friday
V treat apostle preach a cowardly shirked the call of the government powers, when America; I I I it cold and mild.
Kestus Agrippa and Bernice to this lie was "branded as a heretic, but! to arms,.claiming allegianceto which they lived. reason In each month.

those characters. "The world could the truth has spread over continents. other governmAits, and calls upon (defense, and claiming I I f I us so .da-nV wild. Church Board meets first Sunday
V and the
the baseness of those that doctrine '
not see ."Are we going to bring V
that ground
the they l'em
to
government deport aiL !such afternoon each month.
nobility of Paul, then he said: "But down or are we going to'raise ourpractice "as much worthless and American soil in safety ise guys, you listen,
so
who is the no>leman now in the opinIon its standard" he ask- scum You invited to
; up to -bggogevi-Js a means 9f showing 1 reaping/ the benefits I I I laymen as well: are cordially. our
V of men ? St. Paul now is glorified, ed. Sreak1ng"onhe V missionary Opportunity America's contempt for such in- tions, and in many around the block twice services. V
and his condemners are abased. The of the Centenary BisholDennY' > while I I I hitch in hell.
V .. high our Sl-tf. Coleman
resolution r
grates. The and memorial wages W. H. Pastor.
.. "
I -r "it .-pised 'prisoner is one of the world'smoat stated the principles that all Americans the kaiser '
in full follows: I ; very crazy
V illustrious and inspired lights. need salvation, that all men may - '.
I twist
men memorial j nation, went to battle I to the map
c / Bishop Denny recited the journey I know they* have salvation", and that 1. House requesting/ the ;lives in defense of our bet your last dollar V V
i members of to their efforts -
of Paul from Damascus persecute jail men should perfect holiness in to have congress suitable use laws !,can republic and its I I be a wild cat in the scrap. You Do'More Work:,
passed
the people of God, and dwelt upon their lives. Quoting from John Bun- i! Whereas these, '
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heaven to words "0 Lord. our hearts deporting foreigners who claimed exemption You are more ambitious and you get more es'4
the light that came from yan's : aliens sneaked behind PRVT. CHARLIE LOCK. V
I him, that had transformed his life. were made to rest m-Thee-and. they and exempt from military !" citizenship' to escape Regt., American E. F., enjoyment out of everything& when your V. Sf'
service in the fr,0"V blood is in condition.
recent
war against good Impurities in
I He stated that while the Christian's' shall never rest until they do rest in owed America, 'the P. O. 279. V
light.today did not come to hirh in Thee." ,German autocracy on the /ground the blood have a very depressing& effect on, '.V V
they lived, 'and which
that they were subject and gave al- freedom the system, causing weakness. laziness V.:
countries. them and nervousness and sickness. '
Ilegiance to foreign ;;
;
S DASHING MACHINE GUNNER I Whereas, during the recent titanic be deported; as so ITEMS GROVE'S TASTELESS Chili TONIC \
: .' I[struggle to banish from the arth scum and baggage, restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying !
. German., militarism when practically this country, of such has been"'very and Enriching: the Blood., When you feel .
f-fTELLS OVERSEAS WORK I aLL-the /great nations of the world miserable V slackers.-in owing to various causes, as Its strengthening invigorating effect, see j.\)

,. ,,1 .. jwere, in death grapple, our greqt re- erly show America's ; and stress of farm work. how it brings color: to the cheeks and how $
'? ffTjHRobert. V --.---- ,public entered' the conflct to give such ingrates,and u-a ,I conditions are ideal. A it improve the appetite you will then _
; : 3. Moore one of the machine J has ever worn the uniform in any battle for the rights of humanitythat /glory of-American Monday night sent vejreta- appreciate Its true tonic value.

,d gunners of the, famous battal., branch 'of ther service will be at the,' American privilege, liberties lor and courage of ':I and corn is making'a very GROVC'LVTASTEI.ES Chill TONIC '

: ,Jons of the Argonne. is recuperating beck and call of the S. A. because and rights might be made safe that blooded fighting men. It was fine1' also for Is not p .palest .medicine it Is simply V
at Fort McPherson after having severely they were with us when we needed the glorious traditions of our beloved it. ( the blackberries. We north- IRON aid QUININE suspended in Syrup. V

-. woundedi and has been cited them most. aDd we shall be with'!{country might. be upheld and defended Resolved, by the were astonished to see So pleasant even children. like It. The- ,
.for Ie lit action. them in the future whenever they and state of Florida that j immense growth of vinejj. Mood need Quinine to Purify and IRON .

2 Mr. Moore was a member of the need us. I Whereas, our government called V tives In congress, and I are poorly most of the to Enrich lu These reliable .tonic V properties :v
- machine gun batallion that by its "I think it is a duty that every I Into its service thousands of loyal, -by respectfully Geer' l il not any t Better, and never fail to drive out Impurities 1Ia' V :,'

V bravery and daring! gained the.name soldier owes to himself and to the red-blooded and patriotic Americans, to exercise every hou .. disease, consumption, the blood.TheStrenttaCreaUnfFowt.- ? ,. .
( rof the..Suicide club. When asked to Salvation Army to tell of the won- I;,i who answered the ambitions. un nch- have congress enact % sapping! his life away. of GROVE'STASTELCSaChUi V V

? tell some of his experiences. at.the.front derful work ofl mercy performed J jingly, and without'-a murmur .or "come carryingout the near ,caiLJia .no "'eanl..tor : TONIChas .....it, V V
i __ .and why! his battalion came by the Salvation'Army workers and to4 plaint, and glad to' take up arms in morial. "Be it further i1 he has V made-his peace 'with the favedte tonic In:: thousands.or homes. k LlILoc..tha

I V its name he said: "I don't know why leave nothing: undone to. show their defense ,of their homeland and Resolved, that the <, and la ready to meet his -..AYI.J".I\ ., folks ( V
to we got the name, unleu it was because.we appreciation. .. I I I Whereas, at that time there 'was state! of the'state of Joe Smith is .bout as us- would ride a long distance to get GROVES V
V' stack to the .little bullet I .. sure that when the boys of scattered throughout this. entire he ,is hereby requested day up and .the next day J ,,1a1D .
V squirters' until we were all killed or the South get back borne their peo- country thousands bf able-bodied, each of'our '' .. I V V f their family had kalaria;
had wiped''out everything before 'Us, pie ''will know $l4ngs.' of the.Salvation foreigners, who claimed exemptionfrom I national* congress, .?'Nelson:'was doing busi needed'a' bGd.1It Id1D" strenftB-ftlvtag''

V _, ___ butI would-Jike: know what you Army
,would call the smallest and frailest o fully appreciated .before.** that they were subjects, and g a'TJ._al.copies of this. I .,. and wif called at J.,V. day, and you caa get, "'j treat" any. .. drag VVStore. V .
girl the Salvation" Army sent" over --,Jk'; -- I Saturday and gave them .- 6do tMT bottle. '-. V

',z. Y/OMAlf".JIIINUSHE IS, : : .;, SSVt. . ._ -,, - V ,:
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:1'e: "If you :(could '('nave'. : i seen ''them''working ,; "PIUVlLEGED.YO-YALK ,FRANK( CLARK IS BEING V.T: V. ,,, : \

a* 1. have, -why\ 1\,)tell you I V ; r,V ,.V P ,-, >> . .. V "
q""U .r'J
'have .. 'Salvation ; girls \ ; .t
t, t seen 'Army '"er-had miserable QRbOMEDFOR 'p ?
i_ .'leaning over their little cook stovesfrying any o a
; I doughnuts and making 'cof- stomach I surely had.. It was growing --. '. -' :; : Ppstum FirstrFound; Favor 'V
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all the time. Had
dee' and serving us boys; when the worse. too, I .
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'shell. of the Hun was plowing up'the severe! pains and attacks every ten .The Tallahassee correspondent ojf going to un'on a ', .. .
;. 0< hrround on all aIM They stack until -' days or two weeks and had to calla the Tampa Daily Times says that lof Catts.for:: senator '
ll ,they were ordered back by our doctor, who could only relieve me Frank Clark is anxious tot succeed forgovernor as has .:Jn theSmal! Communities
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L- ,commanding officers and then .they for a short while. Two years ago last Hon. Sidney Catta.-u 'governor"of! all their joint friends " j :
A '. vgave. their ..doughnuts and coffee to February 1 took >a treatment of Florida, and t'hatbia'' friends are how be the case ? V i ', : ;;
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I Ufk'
> the soldiers they were meeting en Mayf'a Wonderful Remedy .and I grooming him. for. the' race.. The "It has long been )

route to the i front. I want to tell have not-had a spell'of pain or mis- Times' correspondent tells -it in-V'the ambition to round out theft 'in the Cities, then, in the nati n'.'.g eat #
cry since. My friends just wonder following language:,, career with, four V ,
:you it 'Was a sight and service I ? '
hall never force ,-but L a man who' that I am looking. so well.. I feel '1 "Frank Clark. I. being strongly ernora mansion," says metropolitaix centers, ,until today it is' demanded .... i J
r any am privileged to talk about It." It Is a touted for governor and it is hinted, House:Scout "While : everywhere and' sold everywhere "

.Habitual harmless preparation_ that, 'remove an Old State House scou); says.that'; tain things to. be. ft .
In 14 Constipation 31 Cured, the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal a meeting of his friends il'to be held might well be that a as America's greatest health' drink for table ;>t::.
.to Day* V
tLAxres, tract' and fllays l the inflammation in Jacksonville Wednesday'or Thursdays -I tween, Catts and use.V You can f f.from your grocer V
WITH PEPSINU a epeclafly.Wepared which causes practically all stomach to consider waysand means.to' formed.' That would be : : V I

SyrupTonio-Lazatlv.for Habitual liver and intestinal ailments including discuss just what can. be done about bination that,would be J
'Constipation.- relieves promptly but : 'appendicitis.'One dose will convince putting him over. s .*, V., .. fective, than the c. c. :
.4 i should be taken regularly for 14 to II days ; "Clark has been down the east mentioned r ;
!f. Induce action. or money refunded. J.< Z. Rob- as a cure TheVOrigiflal : 1(1(
to II
regular
Stimulates and
r: coast recently visiting his, old friend Clark has been
'' ( erson,. and druggists everywhere.. never ..
egu1ate VIQ'.PJeuaatu .
; bottle. Take. MM and- one .tlme' partner Judge .Otis i Fletcher and It,-is". \ 't(
!per .r. BUY VICTORY LIBERTY BONDS Parker, of Ft. Pierce, and'copies'of and Cats figure now

the .Ft. Pierce News boosting Clark tear Fletcher down." V 1

:""o ,, o""uooo".o"" '0 .''O'OO'' _0 '00'060, 00. ooo-: for -governor and 'sayihgnice things PQSTUM CEREAL ,
V about. what a" fine ,be would make, -
: .. run MR.:SCHEAD, DIED ,
Ti V ./ ,::1:>>. :G-. w..1.cE'E. : : .:: .have been received here. Parker has .
.. HOME. *
it!V : 'been In Tallahassee a good deal during "'" \.

Real [state- and Insurance 'Agency little,the other>session buaine.,' and. ,that seemed to tell to what have William 4 Schead-wh. ----, x..;.:Boil Kt .ju$t like coffee-j 5 'minutes after .f- V

.. a fine .man Frank Clark is ..and1to' weeks went to the boiling begins.
& ago A
V .pedict .that he would make,, a good Homeat Johnson V. :
City
: : ? ... W havle a wen selected list of properties for sale, among which I 9xernor.: lie has also been In Lake Saturday night and his : .

,/t : are some .very attractive Farms, .Ranches, Orange. Groves,JjuiHiesT I Caty and other..town in the northern sent here, It double* the enjoyment$ of the meal With I 'V
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bjuildings aU Ih !part of the state during thepast: On' Wednesday its rich "', V
arO-dTWtifngs, Osceola County, and each proposition week V and while it may be only a invigorating flavor; and unIike-cof. ,

1; ,' .' listed] at its minimum value;.some include all peceuaryfarm 'equip-." coincidence Rep. W. W Phillips"of ing services parlors were Rev held O.. at B, ) fee it never upsets nerve stomach or heart. V VS V

: ,ment. We also can offer exceptional bargains in Klssimmee and St. V Lake City, 1 is also telling it about fag: a short : Children' well as. grown folks drink VV
can
1 V that Frank 'Clark would make
Cloud properties new owned,by jnon-residents who are willing to sell agood R.-Poat-took"charceof! :
Tbstum
:. ... r at.a; acriflce..thus offering' an excellent opportunity to Invest a little run for governor. . I Mr. Schead came freely."There's. V : 4 V
"Clark and :
Gov. Catts.. who were
: V surplus capital and benefit by the increase In values which is'-sure _i saying harsh things,about\ each other kota and .then five years ago 'for .
finally -
rVV V to come. Call or write us. two; years ago,* even to the ,xtsnt of mee. ]' .lI'o: T" '
.hreatenlng to wipe each 'others off Reason"
n.. 'was eighty & a "
4- :4E. A.,'Strput .F rm Agency,. :Inc. up the*"at face a T of recent'visit.the map. kissed Clark and made made toranakas..i ( 'time pf his-:death, and ,! LftI' <

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THE KISSIMMEE'VALLCT' GAZETTE.. FRIDAY. MAT" ', 1919 ', '. 'THRU wf .

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.. .; I .. .. ROSS SAYS CITRUS"INDUSTRY

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1 ' Bartow 20.! -At a meetingof
.. than
-more eighty prominent
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"''i growers, members of the Polk County
.. Sub-exchange of, the Florida CiV .
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1\\ :. .--..-... rue exchange here this afternoon,
THE '"7- "- called( lostensibly 'to Uiscuss: the progress -
of Polk county in the citrus
SMOOTHESTSMOKING wprld 'and to lay plans! for the future,

." .. Dr. ''..,,II.warned Ross president every grower the exchange to You' will,( find, ,

,/, J,' think twice before 'consh141rln! <<'t3 become all' three 'flavors
r a part of the' proposed merger
TOBACCO' known as'the American .fruit""Grow I In, 'the ,sealedpackaaesbut : ',
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era, Inc. f

t IL.t. Dispatches from California during ,, ./ .. look ,, ,
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'r, o: the past week have brought ries'of'
t \ the organization of this 'concern. 'said tor: the name ;; '
5:
: ; to be capitalized at $100,000,000, and
Smoke problems. A' Dr. Roes, with Business Manager C.
over your : ,. : E. Stewart, Jr.. asked the growers to WRIGLEYSbecause
'' I keenboth feet on the floor before 'I'
4 :little drawin' on, a 'fren'ly pipe :t taking any 'action. .

The new organization is said to be It-. your .A r

often saves a. heap9 of drawin9 ": :' .'-j a gigantic one::citrus ''grove
which plans to join for commercial
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cin.a bank account. '_ : purposes, the biggroves of Califor Imitations. '7- .
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.. :- nia and Florida,the ) and deciduous "' .
apple *
Just- i .
fruit: industries, of the Pacific! 4 as the'sealed, : __ '
: .a. Northwest and the east. ...,- .
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. package Is
p'rotec
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", This organizationalready 'said to *,, u. ; .
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) h..eraned/ Control of than ten '
more tlon'against .
itn
-' millions dollars worth of property .. -, I;< :,.. "
< Dr. Rosa admitted,, had approached purf t iJ. ;.," It. .
:' : citrus: exchange both in north- .. -: .
tobacco in the men! .c..1..
Velvet is a friendly, ern markets the best salesmen of "

the organization as well as others, SUlLO,TIGHT :.. :...._ /
truest because like ienjdship within the state and it was_Iaiel i onveI'Y"J' ..- i"; 1'
sense
,__ '__ ___ 'authority'ihafthJs: is the ----- --- ....-RIGHT ..... -," :

it has been 'allowed to ripen naturally .. organization which has obtained the "
services of F. L. Shelley, sales manager 'til

; -nothing- forced or unnatural.. : Skelley of, the however Florida is organization.not ready to Mr.announce .- ',' \ I '
: his plans and will neither affirm Flavor < ,j

or deny! the1 rumors.. .

There art "hurry up" ways with tobacco but "A''Threatened threatened Rape"rape of of Industry the citrus asts .

industry" is the way Dr. Ross described ,
in wooden .
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(two hogsheads
only patient ageing years this new organization. -"Not

( ) can bring out the mellowness that sets in the European war was there a
greater to
/ menace to Belgium or
Velvet apart.Roll France than there is to the citrus industry I I rS.
t of Florida through this mc1veI I :
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a Velvet Cigarette I
The mowers evidently stood IIolid J c
VI.t' .tur..d mild"1_ behind
the statements
m_= ** m kf it i Jut r Dr. Ross
.. serf "' :,; ... the meeting frequently breaking into
ness is-now think of a good applause during his talk and during. a
the talk of Mr. Stewart. %

? ,. ,.,,,,. ?. friend who.is never harsh to A V. Anderson of Avon Park, :
.. ' -, t president of the Polk County Sub- ,
you. cxchanire, presided the meeting being i,. - : ,
I held In the council chamber- of ,
the city hall, and Charles H. 5
Walkermanager
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4 ma i. There you have the big thing of the PolkCounty Sub-exchange - "

went into the history and '
about Velvet- growth of that excellent organization : .
mellow friendliness. one of the strongest in the. ! '
'i state. Mr. Walker told.of the 135.000 : r
boxes of fruit shipped by the organization -
five years ago and the million. : :
You and Velvet-begin box: R-oal that has been reached: during 1, :
the past season. At the close of '
t friendship today. the meeting every member stood fora ,
2 your ---- ---- -
IJ million and a half boxes during the
coming/ year. Efforts -also- -will be defense of the'' thing you know to 'be urove'a Tasteless chill Tonicxrtom _
made in a "Get-a-member" campaignto the upright thing for your welfare." I ... _
i ::4 I iiG increased I' the strength of the exchange Busmen this manager Stewart spokeof blood.and Yeama.ooaI.rlk.8m wMrif.brrichlastb. parVt g u-, w.I-
new plan alone which
at (this time'when strength developed was .411 ovlsantlaf Effect Price Do. ____ : "
to 'unsettle_ ,4M I r
is needed according( to the men at' --
the head of the business.W. 1 growers by speculative interests who
; .. F. Mille of Valrico, head of: go north with the report that "The City lot,' every piece of land. .That's
'tt15/ the Growers' Supply Company 'told I Crackers In Florida' are making too what "we are'up against and it is tin,.'
/ !of-the activities of that organization much money." to keep both feet flat(J on the floor.
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\ in helping the citrus others "What do they dot" .Mr. Stewart Are' we going ,,to ,f.U' for-: anything '
men, and
-I : . at the head of industries allied with asked "They can't buy fruit, ao like that -_. .
I A&ca; % lilt .: ::44rLaeoertpMVRpseusectkp ,;,' .,' the exchange; told of the part that they're got to get something big.j "This is not a thing' 'to take home ..,
t b : had been played in citrus productionand They get out propaganda making a and keep 'quiefabout. It Is time'to to
: .. marketing. big noise, come in and buy a few get into action; time to go out and
? P t. Telegrams to Legislature. groves at" high prices and plan to get get a member for the Florida Citrus .
-', During the afternoon a- motion control of the industry' in that way.j Exchange and get him right.: If every ..
I f' carried and committee of-two-were The game is as old as the hills.. Theyare member sets a member they '
For 'the Relief Rheumatic .'.1...I I Many applications for farm work Mr. WUler Cured of Indigestion. appointed Ito> frame ,telegrams to the jealous of I the money you are can't beat ua.- '
]jn Florida are being received farm senate urging the of the bill making.' They produce nothing j I ': Mr. Stewart said every_ .aleaman'of
by )
When you have stifness and soreness "Some time in 1909 When I had. an passage "It Threatens 'Florida." the exchange in' the north 'had
of the muscles, aching )Joints help specialist J. O. Trailer, from to aoprooriate $250,000 for the work ''been '
attack of indgestlon and everything of the "Grant for'a moment that they aie approached by these people who '
plant board within the
state
i and find it difficult to move without the demobilized soldiers. Those who .successful in they the citrus 'l/
buying all large say are friends of exchange ,
,looked gloomy me, I received a the greater part of which would be groves J-
,. car. pain try massaging the affectedphits need I in the state, I doubt if and some'of the'' offers;' he,
with Chamberlain's Liniment. are in of farm* help and can use'a free sample of Chaml>etl in's' Tablets used -continue the fight against the rema.lnlnl.cattered '
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It will relieve the pain and make rest soldier should notify Mr., Traxler by mail. I-gave them a trial and I citrus, canker. Growers were urged .. groves. could be, handled.uccell.fuU said had been-flattering.: '
and possible. the Experiment Station, Gaines they were such:,a help to me that 1 I to tend individual telegrams from ,; They would put the I I|I "Whether that plan can'be worked "
sleep
,'. ,that he maybe able-Hot,only .. & aneople say I doubt very. .
j.t furnish the desired help but to no had a similar at- pointing out that the bill would pass and the little grower would i J,much"but don't -let; causea\ripple>> "
LIi Visiting cards printed by-the Valley in,placing the soldier in an "es-. tack ainee writes .Wm. B./ \flaler, in the house but that tlj e senate have to take What, they offered."That's on the-citrus: exchange.7 t,
r Gazette Job Department Industry. Pouglas-yillc/ Pa. would be three votes short, the opposition what they are working to. Anniversary :Celebration May, $1
.....= .... It threaten. Florida. Did you/ever,
from
- ----.- -- " . coming counties where district J. W, Sample of Haines ,City:sugpested -;
: : see a controlled by outside
j-
there
was no citrus Industry' and / durincr the' meetinfr that .theCitrus'Exchange
where law makers !interests that ever did anything to
v the do- not realize I hold eels1ibration
a jubilee
develop the country t. -If. south Floraidais I
.f; .. that 70pert cent of the state taxes at the end of next month'ba'
,vv f' . come from the citrus growing'rsac-: going to grow-it will dependuponltheldevelopment honor of its tenth.birthday.; The, rug1gestion --
tions 'of' Florida. v of the back was put in the form of '. motion -\
In spite of other interesting, things country. These''people' do, not want and carried. unanimously) and
Paint Pride: and 't that. The/!,are satisfied with what
Prosperitygo before the '
it
fil > meeting was evident I. hers, Saturday, May 31, waa set -for' the
toward' the close, that most of the now.- Such ra plan.if carried date, with'; the, place' of meeting at
thought.of those present were' turn- out would affect the price,of >every Lakeland.t 'This will'prekede; the, annual -'
ed toward' this new hundred million .' meeting of theJ, exchange' the "
1 Hand- "
Hand in < dollar organization and -although the. following Tuesday ,- /, '. '
I ,, , ': 'lt't; 4' ; ; announcement of tHe plans was buta CALOMEL ROBBED: .. Dr. Roil; during .h\\. preliminary'
t :, J' ($: -. .. t 'y* i, i( .>;rt I ,r} ji''I'' .t. 'D'Io.' \\1 week ago '; considerable progressevidently talk during:the: meeting: gave. -an interesting . t. .

: .: lass heeq made'and many FNAUSEA AND sketch
and
'. ) '. ? .' 'o' 'i ; of, the,early life
.. .,.. .. of the citrus exchange members see _ .
I The moral and economic: influence of paint. u far-reaching: .A wellpainted a .. struggles of the exchange, leadng ups
if
.., .. tH only runiatlon for the industry the
_ to the complete) organization 'today,
""..rr ; Mouse denotes character.. ; pride in your.. property an'etteeni : ,oo, ,, plans gain headway ', ,SALIVATIONMedidud with' the 'Gro en. Supply. Companywith w

, ,: jourielf and oeighhonl i : Paints 'promote Pro ) itja..but .' ." Dr.', Ross mad. a. lengthy: talk on* ,-" its .various lines, carried' for,the ,
.Lp..1 the ''progress and various* efforts, of : .
... I Virtme Retains ud lla... growerandhandled' In
protedl'OUt home against dcay lnRcatq its Value, .," the exchange and saved e'Wisof demon e
, .. last = that there is no tendency, to
Uapleasant sad
, I. "v 1 this big until' He preved- ; Daarr> '
I' r h 'y- iw merger ; [ite markets.; Dr.. Ross, faith, in advertising ,,
r read extracts from ."copy of an art! oat Qualities S ,Removed-N.w Variety waa brought o"t.,.in his re
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I' "Save i iy ." .' ,. cle concerning: merger,',which appeared Called 'J.Calotaba ".Is GrsatVaverite lation .pf several of -j the;:,struggles, .
+ .' in on. of the fruit trade pat of the exchange that solved andbrou&ht
:_ T ', ', :,. 1 the Surface'andou pen, and in'whlch it' was pointed oat With'Pkyddwu" 'and" Ora. ,.. ,,,to successful were terminations
\ t ihat such.:'an organization would remove .. ( :; > : "J' through the.medium of,'printer' ink. '

I.; '" .. : .: - the hazards from .the fruit Mr. Stewart during his talk .poke -o&V ,
,'" justness by neutralising\ the losses of 'The, latest"* triumph of.' modern the traffic department of ,the : .JOf, yl II
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1 'J ; jiny given district in. an oft year byavetaging pharmacy is the new nansesless cal- thange- ealllnlf ttentloJl particularly
"' r.4.\ If i ' Save ;-A-ll" 7 or pooling"the profits of ''omel known' to'the' drug 'trade as to E. G,, Dow,'traffic manager'**A ''
vi.. the entire territory covered .by themerl'ft' ,. product'of the ,Florida, Citrus
;f '" .I/ : \ ,, . .. "Calotabs. Calomel"the most gene ;Exchange -/'
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erally of. 'medicines, theca and'a man who stacks up ht ,
insefql alj '
their worth duh lne'jiirfsce
have : '
proven gntoielh nlrjrjeiru.Noms Dr. Ross saidsuch would
1fl r a plan, a class with the best in the countryVMr !
'0: wider field
of
; Jarge or amaIJ-tLere is ssj Pee Gee Paint er tuutb.that will rive.you laatiag r-.t : ,... mean that"Floridagrowers '''would ( \ ''and refined *from'popular.sty4purted those- Stewart'-Stewart'. said. ' r

'- satisfaction at lowest cosU V..jt this atom ana let.us advise''with you, regarding. .. have to in make up for, a bad crop of objectionable qualities! which have Once' during his ta\k,. Dr. Rosa referred ,i

,tout paintiag and decorating problem. ,' ," apples Oregon.Bolahevikif 1 heretofore limited its ,..e.In .- .' to' the old Biblical aate SM'ii'of:; ',
..- .". -' ., biliousness, constipation, headache Judas, referring vaguely] to just such
"If this thing is carried'out.: a ;
Ask ue for FREE Paint BooN.wu J How to Patni'Thtat, ," } ytr : logical conclusion" he said "the con-t. Indigestion; and In,,;a great a. condition WIthin' the 'exchan '

j also for ColorjC! ardsor-writ.' 'dir.ctto 'r -. ': > ditions in Ronia and Germany before variety. liver'stomach and kidney Questioned after:,the meeting, how_ w
be -
Dr... Ro s would not raowf
I , the will be. troubles Ir.lomel'was the only successful ever ?
'e P e.i.GaulJ,ert Co;, Incorporate Louisville, Ky. ":' - south Florida.war The plan repeatedin is foolish remedy but.its u..''''P.. often definite and only -said that each man
.. , - in the exchange: would have to sin-i & i
. neglected on account of its sickening ;
. '. iOictola Hardware. Company .iS\ .,. ,.-, '.'.. _ !proves and Jntently have beeji impracticaL sold, and Some other Qualities Now it is the easiest and ewer, to: himself, *' ., t
} '' 'DUtributors for Pee Gee- Paint .Predpcte. ; 's' 1e are preparing- selL The most, pleasant of all medicines' to The',meeting this afternoon 'ptob-f; ;a.w'

.r'il ... : Iui..ecr.FIa.'J'. : ,.7'--'" '\ ,-, growers proposition is ,'to:.coni.to your terri take One Calotab on ,the.. tongue, at ably) was the first definite step taken
;:, 'd'" '. ,1 J' ..:I; \ tory buy up the,, big grove: ,tie up bedtime,' with a swallow of'water' ,..,! to, counteract any ,oL -tbe .influences;;,
the market .and'-place the smaller that' ''all., No salt*, no griping, ..honansen or operations of the new supposedly.;:.' T '
growers at their mercP&, z no danger of salivation. A- hundred million. dollar organization.: .
"There was never a prosperous good night's steep and .th.-.. next and activities against the:'progress: *rpi-. :. ..;
country Where land was occupied bytelUfnt. morning you are Jesting line..with a of this ,merger are expected" to gun : f-'J

.. and I appeal.to yoju and others clean liver and -a big apatite. Eat headway; at once. .:r"'i,'
e who bfelieve in" CCM>>peratlon for what you please.Calotabs ;
I
i your mutual welfare, to stand by are sold only In original" 666 has proven. it will. cure 'Malaria. . '!". .;:'
i'r For Everij Purpose your VPrincipIea.-u.Yon; have stood packages pricethirtyfire cents. Chills and Fever, Bilious. Fever. ;; WJ
Fonr-eauare against every kind;; of Your druggist offer to ;refund',the Colds and -L.Grlpp.II ,.kills tbs '
adversity and. we-look to .you and price aa a guarantee that 'yen win be parasite that. causes'the fever.-Hi* '
other men associatedin.thisindustryto thoroughly' delighted-with,CaJotaba. a splendid laxative' and;general. TonI' #
J '!t r t'' b4' M vc A 4 I rt ,,.; 1Jt 11 q stand atndfutei nd,, constantly'in.. .a-adv.( _)! :,,', ill ' I AcIT..': i
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E FOUR t___ S GAZETTE '. MAY 9. 1919 S /- S.
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J: --i: BIT ,OF .HISTORY.In ." SS ELECTION AT ST. CLOUD., der, .on execution'I" oftjls contracjn4 S ant gneralfarmia 'paper ; ID'.b I' ransa hoes' boss on the ransr*.
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1 .PSMHEEmiEYGAZEfTEj I bond. S and l'J1Ip1emenU bc
clearing out-mn.old; desk recently The city.eJeetin, held at St. 'Cloud wl1lh\ successful' bidder. of bidder state Writ. tod.JI. -, .' ." Farming d near tools Kepanavllle.' Price *
., judge" Murphy caJne, across thejnanuBcript'of yesterday resulted in the election of required, to glve1bond' In the FOR BALE-Second-hand Ford cars haW cash balance t.rmUtO ault. P 1.

\ S., PejMlsheal EveryPr4ey.. his "Message to Coun- I,he following officials . sum amount of Twenty of his per or: their cent' (Bidder S0%) of bide the, S attractive prices. .Oaceola. Motor H. Guy. kenansyilleFla.. .'..U;

Mr HsslBsswe Valley <<.......* c._...,. cil" .t ,the" beginning of his fourthi M.yor.-L. Q. Bowen.. such bond to' b.. satisfactory toT the toso7:- Broadway. DWELLINGS for rent. Apply to' )(.
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; 5- S / .' KIsslsBBBretFleriaa. '. I i' teem as mayor of Kisslmmee.it, 'I' ..Tre..urer-Wf' G. King, (reelected. City The Council.City I Council re th* fOR.'PALE-Eighty: acre: .2! acres Tiller. -S
srves rich
.. follow 510room
commences : cleared and under fence I In
) to acre
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y W B. Harris, Preside S
EV U. v... Ac.ew, Secretary I.'To the Honorable Council of Kissim- (re-elected.) tlons may be obtained for the sum of Of.room cyprpsjttmf.er house and on traotl AI.o'O four- room.;_ unfurnl.beel dwelhag. '
S kitchen. '
4 .' : 15 00 from Alan .1. MacDonoughCItW' .... W ell..' ti 7 0 :;
.- Tpk... 5. N* itS mee City.' Assessor.-P. Rothrock. Engineer Kissimmee, Florida., or may head of cattle and a rood.bunch of )11' B. B.

'I I' Gentlemen: ,Another year of ui- Sanitary inspector.-Geo; J. Bar be examined. at .the-offlce of the Kn- - -
..... Ratest 1' . .. _ '
.n..I.a ,usual prosperity to our city has past b er. .In..r.> .,
. ,: r One' Copy One Year.._...........$a.*>0 ed.. More new'' buildings have ,.been I. .__.__ ______ I I I aEfROE \V.. 'POX. -' .. ,

-S One One' Copy Copy,, Six Three Months.--Months-__-_..._._-.-. 1500S ..CO erected than during any previous UNCHANGED, IN CHARACTER .., Jj"R.. QI President".BERT: of city Ihe-elf clerk ,Council...-.. Others Money

'! year of its history .and many more,I 1 I .- ALAN. J. MacDONOUaU,. Are .. Saving -
icornmunicatIona: except from 'Our are in contemplation for this sum- THROUGH 2000 YEARS OF'WAR I City Engineer. ll-it .

J authorised correspondents must be 'mer."
) .I lamed by the writer.Rejected /Follows .then very many (Manufacturers Record, 'Baltimore) ) I- TAX.. .PEEP NOTICE). '
suggestions
1- matte* will nol.lje. *turn.i from the
r -S unless_called for.,, for constructive l legislation. Mr. J. S. Kingsbury of Pensacola, NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN. Tha- Every week by buying their groceries ; '

Among them, is one strongly] advisinr Fla., sends a,'clipping front the' En- A. H. Fox! purrhaw'-r, of tux'' certio. iot ?
2j ; p '(Entered In the Postofflce Klsslm- the purchase\ of a sita for a city quireh-Sun 'Columbus, Ga.. an advertisement rates Noe. Its. 77S. 780 78J. 115 T"(VT..1 Cut Price Cash Grocery.< S 1D.., Florida, as second-clsus matter.) 72 7119 7117. /800. //1(>1. 8(1f1. slit; ez:.. e1 '
hall, before prices should advance. : of the Third National'. 8S1. RS3. 828 829, P8%, 840, >Sl .nd- -"It; We pffer this week:
The site was, then offered ,to'' the city Bank of. Columbus, and writes: aJl.dated the 7th day of Yuirn, .', lei' ,

'for $1200.00: but its acquirement was "This is such\ a timely and appropriate -,'has filed,.said certlnratea ITI mY oflfl'anif . ", ._ > ._ a0 .
missed by the city, and the site was advertisement am sending it has made application I for a,1.1.! .-c" .
I to Issue In accordance with at r
ubsequently>"< sold for !OOC\.OOo\ > so to you. I cannot think of a better certificates embrace, the follow.InK de- SA TURDA Y SPECIALS:

fast were prices advancing. way to get before the.. people "Germany's scribed. property In .KI..I.l trne* C' 'tvOxcola ....

Another suggestion, was the es- traits." wit County- State of Florida S .to- Ol'LY' .Ii

establishment of a comprehensivegrade We fully agree with Mr. Kingsbury '. No. 769. Lots 8 and 4 West Of Rail- S FOR, CASH .

line, to off surface and in his hearty commendation of the'road. Block 4. Ross AUdit Ian. .
carry
4i::: No. 778 WM. Lot 2. Block (, S. A Granulated Sugar lie ib$1Ob Worth to a Customer -
.... storm water. This line to be of pub 'advertisement which he ,nclo ed. It RobInonsAddition.. .. \

lierecord.. s s a guide for other permanent is one which should be spread broadcast No. 780. Lots 21. 22. Wood.11'. Rub- Meal and Grit 5c Ib; 10 Pound to a CustomerBUTTER J
,
work, '1. paving, sidewalk through:/ America. It tells the"Wh. -of lot, '5' of Florida Land ainfImprovement ,

.. laying, tree-planting on streets' etc. story, and, in brief, is an explanation -! No. 782 Lots Com 28 panT', 2...M.Addition C. Blan- : Clover Bloom 7o. ;' Suprerne 70c

Clear-vision and experience, are as of the "German-. trait" of char chard'a Subdlv. 04- lot t. of Florida -

essential. to the direction of a city, as actor and of Germany's Crimea for Land. and Improvement Company's.
.. if (Addition s FLOUR. Talt pink Salmon, can --.--- .20 4 -
in one's private affairs1 and wehave more than two thousand :years. | No. 788 Lot 4, Shoemakers Subdlv :. S .1 '
/' / these qualities disinterestedly If we would understand the German . of BlocK HL, B...' Addition j .Gold Medal, 24-Ib ...ck-____ 1.75 Dark Red. Salmon, can ___d .30 j

I : employed now, in our city government of today we roust look. back to I No 7.0 1ot3.. Shoemakers Subdlv. Self-Rising, '24-Ib sack .\, 1.75 Chile Con Came ---------. .12 'f (
FRIDAY MAY ltlt of Block QL. Bass'. Addition -
will again be able to say, the Germany .which has not changed .
:) we ',' No. 781 Begin tfl ft. N. of SK cn..n..r Lodne Flour, per lb .__.___i.: .7% Wilbey's Dutch Cocoa, lb_._ .28 .
year of unusual prosperity, etc. its characteristic: : in two thousand' Block TL, Bass' Addition, West CO"ft,
; t A fine shower Monday night benefited Here's hoping. E. A. H. years. The Germans are ringing. North 10 ,.. Eaxt DO ft. South. <0 ft. All Pancake Flour, Tb _..__- .15 Corn Flakes. 2 for _-____d .25 ''j' L LPo.t

:, No. 782 All Block WL. Bass', Addition Toasties 2 for___ ____ .25 t
defeated ..
cowards when
7i all vegetation. ; they. except South 220 ft. of East S8 Oat Meal, 3r7; ot ________ .28 t
I I K1SSIMMEE TO HAVE CUR- atrocious murderers and unspeakable feet. Peas Shreaded Wheat, p;"g. ___-__ .14
.
The_ main of Osceola FEW LAW FOR KIDDIES scoundrels_/whea. _successful: .. They .No." Addition.?8S North 40Tt. Of .Block JCJU. Black 'Eye ,. lb. 9c., 8 for .25 Picnic Ham, Ib ____________ 32' :
l s crop are no more tq be believed today than PUBS' Navy Beans; 2 Wi --i.i .. 45-
5 p the last ...Jo..29L Besrln 60 ft. South"of NE -Sliced 11amlb; ____ ..-,50 5A -
harvested .
will be by -
potatoe'j l to bed" for the Kissimmee during any period"of their history of corner Block Cl. B... Addition,' Smith LimaBeang. lb. 15c.. '2" for_ .25 n '
"Early 60 West :No. 10 Snowdrift ________._ 2.40 :;.> --
the last thousand 88 North 60 ft, East
week and they 'Ifer- two, ft. ft.
where
,, kiddies i is advocated by the city years. 88 ft. Best Bacon ....____________ .38 .
The advertisement >the 'Third S __ _______ 1-20-
No. 4 Snowdrift
, L aged by the early heavy rains they council. In" fact so. convinced are they No. 880 .Lot. S and 4. Baas 2nd A!" 40-50 Prunes, Ib _____ .__ 3f '
National Bank which these ,
I 4 are turning out a fine grade of potatoes that the youth of the 'city should not sums up dltlon. Lard, Compound, Ib ______.-- .28 "
facts occupies a space of about equalto No. 801 Lot 7 and all lot except Arbuckles Coffee, lb ____? .30 t
I and a fair yield. i iThe1 be .bro.d.t night unchaperoned, full of the Manufacturers North 84 ft. Bass 2nd AddItion. ,
:
a White House Coffee .45
Ib .
DIp __ _
that curfew law was enacted at the No. 11011.. North 61 H. of W% Block DRUGS ;
regular meeting of that body Tues. Record. We wish that our space R, MatheVs' Addition. Senate Coffee, lb __________ .45 S Q.; I..
I : '. Kissimmee kiddies may not permitted ua to give it a free inser No. 'H WH of Lot 2. Block Q. Pat- bottle .. .10, ,t f )
day night. in exact rlck'a AddItion. No 1 Tomatoes, can lOc, 8 for .25 Turpentine, per - .
object-lesson
roam the streets after ten o'clock unattended -,1 The ordinance positively states tion. .as an cannot do this No. 820 Lots 1. 2. Block 2. Panegans No. 2 Tomatoes, 2 for_ __1 ..25 Camphor per bottle, __,__... .251)
duplicate, but as we ,
> --
( Subdlv. of N 4 of SB* of NEU
by a responsible grown that there shall be no loitering or ,
; the we are glad to present the matter in of NW% Section 28 Tp 25 8 R 18 EI Van Camp's. Pork and Beans .14 Castoria, per bottle ..i----- .30 .. I
c : person so says the city council: and wandering strolling about form follows I I Noa. 821. 822 Block 2. Pone'run's __ ____ ..05Epsom
condensed as : loto,8'N Sulphur, pkg. __ _
per
; Catsup, "bottle __ ______ .14
under the
yS 1 the of children do not streets by any person age '$" 'I ** of BFJ14 of per w.
if parents of sixteen years unless accompaniedby Let U* Hope "Never Again"One NEK of NW14 Section 28 Tp 26 8 R Kerosene Oil, gallon------- .17 Salts, per pkg ______ .05 :
the of this ruling hundred before Chi t 21' B.No..
; p t., recognize advisability some responsible adult person, 300,000 Germans years invaded France. 823 Lota 11 slid 12. Block A. Thread spool ______.u_---- .05 Vaseline, per bottle -._______ ..05'facohine
the officer will assist by
: police that is of course between the hoursof Carson's Addition. '
.: S right of the curfew law. 10:00 rn. and 5 a. rn.I They murdered, burned, plunderedand NOH 828, 829 Lot 8, Block R. and No. 2 Peas, best _________. .15 !\ Oil, per bottle ____ .20' ;
: new p,
)\5 ___ i I It further provides that any youth Aix-en-Provence.pillaged. They They were defeated begged for at Lot\ 10 of Block W'4 of 9 RE of '4 nonemn's of SE'4.amiS SuhdUlulon .'*-. No. .? Corn .________.____._ .J{? Sweet Oil, per bottle ..*-__-- .14

' Blackberries are ripe and the within said age.. limit whose duties and would do of fKof PEU of SE' :'4 Section 1' Peaches, Heavy Syrup _, ____ .24 Carbolic Acid per bottle ____ .14

.4 1 required .hlm to remain at his placeof ,peace swore they never Tp 25 B R 29 E California __ Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle._ .14
: t .-" woods are full of\'em.: Picnic parties business after 10:00 o'clock so again. No. 8X9 Lot. 1. 4. 6, Block 2, Oll- Peaches, __ .35 ,

1. s and all sorts of expeditions are must take the most direct: route, Sixty years after. they invaded the christ No. 840 3rd Addition Lotit S and 6. Block 2. Oil- Apricots, heavy syrup ______ .32 -

4: .....r. making almost dally excursions to and must not loiter while en route Juia district. ", Christ Srd Addition Grated Pineapple can ______ .SO FEED. .
Six later 400,000 Germans No. 861 Lots S, 8, Block A, '
2.
-1 ? the nearby IpOta where they grow home. again yean invaded. They, were licked. Lincoln. Heights. 'I. Can Pumpkin, No. 3--------. .13 Oats 100 Ibs. ___,..u.---- 3.3.r

thickest and! are returning with gallons take The police violater officer of is the Instructed ordinance to They; swore "never again." HMirhtsThe No. 853. Lot 10 Block D Lincoln Kraut No. 3 ______________ .13 Corn 100 lbs. ____--__.___ 4.00 :

and gallons of the lucioua fruit,' into custody any and to till Sixty years before Christ and 230 said lands being I jissenved st tho Fish Flakes, can ____ ____ .10 Short, Best, 100 Ibs. __ ._. 3.40 '

4 S and thu. far we haven't heard of one the arrival of parent detailth.tp', -guardian 'tor years after Christ they"never were beaten." the date names of Issuance of London of acid ortlncntes Washln&rton In All Pickles bottle _________ .14 Velvet Bean Meal 100 lbs. 2.95

-'S' snake in this Garden or Eden. responsible person, but the ordinance I Again they swore again. Lizzie Robinson Unknown. Sarah Leo.Anna French Mustard, bottle __ ..14Durkey's Cotton Seed Meal 4'< ___ __ 2.83;)
later another defeat. 7
Twenty years Reese, Lucy Rivers. H L. Pnvls,
provIde. that no child under twelveyeark ,{Another oath. "never again." This B C. Bass. A. Green. A W. Jackson Dressing _______ .14 Beet Pulp ______h.U_ 3.55 -

S ; An election has been called for of age shall in any event be iis the chronology! of subsequent invasions H, ("olv..rf'j: E L. Ff-nnel. O C Pcti'iltr-:O. Smith Premier __________ .pS Hay 100 lbl _____...__-...___ 2.95
placed in jail. I M. Edwards. H M. Breaker. E Bar
$.,OOOO to pave the streets leading It was arranged that a blast of I' : clay. 3.5.. Orlffln. Mrs Lola Haley, EPlayer Curtis Jams, bottle ________ .32! 'Oyster Shell. 108 Ibs. ______ 1.50 '

S into the the south and east to In 274 A. D., 275. 301354360.372, J. W. Miller.Unieas All Jellies Tumblers _______
city on the light plant whistle should announce said certincates shall be redeemed .14 Chicken Grit, 100 Ibs __. ___ 1.75 '
i382 400. 410 413, 800. 858 978, 1124r
the curfew hours. according to law. tax de. ..d
,4 : connect: with I hard surface roads !
1521 1523 1536 1644 1552.
1214 will Issue thereon on the 9th day 01
S which are now in .nrocess of con- 1553. 1567. 16fi9. 1576. 1587. 1636. June. A D. 1919. ,

r atrnction. This is one of the most CENTENARY GROUP MEETING AT'flB74.: 1675, 1707.: 1708' 1744: 1792, Clerk) Circuit Court.J. L. OVERSTREKT.(>sceola County.. CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY

: important civic improvements before KISSIMMEE. 1793. 1814. 1815, 1870, 1914. (SEAL) Florida I, ..
S I Twent .three invasions in 1500 2J-5t_Bv B H. BULLOCK r ('" "'-
I the people now and ode they can under .
Averages invasion Phone 141 422 "
A meeting of the 'vears. one every Fradway :
',no condition afford to turn down. Centenarygroup' i50 years. 1-I NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Orlando district whieh includes Orlando -
I theIr. QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITSCALL
: Kissimmee and Haines City, When successful atrocities la Cenrt. ef Cosiwty J.ds; s Osceola -
The county commissioners .at their changeswas held at the First Methodist ,art unspeakable. When beaten they ( .....,.. fit... .l Fl........
1 ,, I. re Estate ., Andrew tottermas ,
'swear "never again. t
May meeting _wisely rnade church t his week. r
very moreS beginning
S adequate provision for the -'dipping! Wednesday evening, and continuing. I 'Can:you trust them? Better keep, Toan Creditors.. Legatees; :TXsfrlbn I II oOH : 0.-0' 0 t 0 Ota 0-0'000000 ta 0 oonoooo.oo.o 0 U 00 tO 'o.
ja weather eye on them and buIldupla / 'tees and all Persons having Clalnia
through Thursday
; cattle of this section on Demands said Estate ,
of'the\dairy, S bank Bafcnce .' I against :
C. E. Howard. the Sunday school .
I'. and have instructed L. H., Farmer,.*superintendent of,the, M.' E. Church The dream of universal' peace,' .has notified You and and each required of yout"to present are hereby any I .5 _

who'!is in 'ch.rg."of the convict gang, at Orlando, who is district organizer not yet materialized. . claims and demands which you nr -" INI I I
.either of you.. may have a gal pet the
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
$ ,to put 'the vat ':at the old railroads of the Lay Leaders.made. an address estate of Andrew Cottermsn. Mereased. : :
The Bank With Suro'us.: '
a .
/ '
s stockyards in readiness for this on Wednesday night late of Osceola County. 'Florida to .
pur -- ' the undersigned"" Administratrix 01
:i Dr. H. P. Hilburn. of Orlando the
S S said estate, within two from theda ,
pose. AN ORDINANCE years
presiding elder of this d lsri ct. andDr. ... ..--hereof.
,: ; 'The' dairy cattle have been taken J. H. Therrel. of Ocala. Sy S., I, Dated May Cth. A. n 1919 .
An the
Ordinance. tO-Reprulate Presence
to the vats east of the city for dipping -:1hld! secretary of the Florid conference of Children Under Sixteen Tear ELIZABETH COTTERMAN.
2U9t Admini.tratrix.F4OTECE and let t
but this works a hardship on both scoke at. the Thursday Ion the Streets of Kissimmee. after us give you a demonstration .of the ,

the cattle. Dairy men' bav .made Meetings. The program began early I Ten BE O'clock IT ORpAlNBD n m. City RT Time THR. CITY .. ,TO DELINQUENT TAXPAVUHS. ,, ..
in the
forenoon and continued .
COUNCIL OF THE...CITY OF KI8SIMMEK. .,
the statement that dipping the cows through the day, with an hour's intermission -, : S

S -----improve-their 'general condition but at noon when sixty-five: Section 1. That It will he unlawful At a regular"" meeting of the City .
,. (for any person under the age or Sixteen Council held on .fhe
the
of adult members of the church
the.'long trip deprives them of rest to to
P' yaara appear upon or A. D. 1919 the following resolutionwas
*and' grazing time and and their priests, gathered round: the loiter,"'* .DcI..r.! or stroll about the Introduced and unanimously adopted
consequentlyther1.
tables in the bungalowf and 'were afreets 8 .is .m.rt decrease in the ..u.p'pl'of 'served a delicious luncheon. while Tr public places between ..th! hours ofo.o _.1...... PATHEthe
m. and 5.00 .. City Tim. I
milk : p. am. Be It Resolved that all delinquent
in
Klssbnmee! on dippingday's the 'younr.peoole\ and children'of: the unless said person Ik accompanied and taxpayers on City property be notlflec

S and' tie) ,one..t )lowlntr. This, church enjoyed a picnic.luneh) ''On the in fhe custody and the control of their If taxes are-paid within the; next sl"ty it
lawn. > S X;1)4-) ... parent guardian or other responsibleadult days a reduction amounting to ten percent ,
4 however.will'be:, overcome by'the use person.flection' of the principal tax due for
'4 of 'the ,vat .at':the which ,!' All the'sessions of tbelr'fIuqiiteet.ill2' S. Any person violating ,the year prior to 1917. will be made from
'\' "' stockyards. were:! intensely interesting** andinspiring rovletona of Section 1 hereof shall, be the accrued penalties. The City Clerk . ra
wQl be put in readiness as soon as) the-.congregstion immediately, taken Into custody of a Is hereby ao notify delinquent -
; tQ .tyoa .. .
detained .r '
S t?:t:"( police offlctr and either In taxpayers personal notice .
possible. his custody or In the City Jail'at the and 'also to-ad..rU..m.-ID-.loo.1 '/
1 ,
-- .
S 6 , 'IH-DQOR. NUTTING |>AJtTYTONIGHT : ... ; the discretion parent- sruardlsn said police'of-officer said ,minor, until paper. J.' :R.- GILBERT-. .- .',, 1/1-/ .. : ,,Phonograph thaVplay.s'/'ali! Retards :1L

S MAY MEETING OF SCHOOL /. '* .C1..:" notified of aald arrest -and .aId! i.t. City Clerk :

"' I. 1. ) J1....." person shall be detained by the police -.. .. a> .
y officer until the parent or guardian ,
'
4. 5 \ : ,
:- S 'Misses >AlphaWeatfan" and' .rQn' .)iII either come or send some responsible : ii -S
:
5, ft "' The Mar'meeting of: the' Osceola ette !Prevatt are' entertaining', ...theft adele person to receive ...Idper.on ClassifiedAdveiteffleutsRAISE From; : : : -. ,
so In custody, and to oonduC'thim' $3S.to -
school
.county board waafeaturej
friends iwith $150
.by| tonight" 'a\ "nutting1 par-- or. her .to the residence of said -
S >afnll' : attendance aa usual Messrs. ty.' The clever,invitation*,beIng'eel.ecI * parent or guardian. Provided however. e' "
.
W. C.. Bass ''of Kissimmee.' "' that no child under twelve, < .. .
S R. the year.ofage.hall. -
: by young people, readj" RABBITS will -1.. you, *Bc :. -S : :
.
'Godwin of St.''Cloud and W. 'R. La.nler "The squirrels are a-nutting neath In;.J.IL In, any event/ "be placedSection per Ib. for all yon raise; from! mV .. \ .
.
...
S of''' Campbell 'all the' ; ," '< stoekat. four month old ROJas r' S.- ,
.. .Station being gold 'and crimson t tree I. There ahs.n b. excepted:
present:,1 S 5 ,* from this O.4In.noe..n call bo and Red Rabbi try. Indiana mvrnue) and .
The white daisies DOddin&Ji, 'JI/the ., ) 18th St.. St. Cloud. Fla. Xl-It-pd. < _
bora
delivery or other personswhose
S The sessloa was a brief one andS L S merry spring breeze., V"J
S duties require them to b. the
GRANTHAM
few; matters' of interest 'other upon FOR SALEt:-A canary bird and cag-e i 'l; Hi n.Satufmclory. L
S than The bird are blithely calling i'neath street during the hour herein (petrified '
Will .11 cheap. J. LmDennlnv, air
"
$ 4.be regular .business routine were the bright May sun, .. I and wlao( are/actually on duty ' Ston
.
"Brack street. .
r 'Considered! ?; S S S S ... '. So onw for spring time socials'with' at such.-time and In the ,,,,rform.ne.or .' 11-lt-pd . ..... -, .
their -duties and all within
.
S On'' recommendation of Prof. R. M. their"JoUltyandfun.7' S the said age limit who are persons engaged In WANTED AT ONCBSTwentyflve' -. +..--.J-

'EnD',"the bJ-rh'school '. cadets will >A merry "indoor nutting1 party"r is any occupation that, require them to second hand be bicycles, or bicycleframeer .-. _________ .,
remain at their ... after must iw.goodcoyiditlon; ___________ __ .
-
duIcontlnueltheir. '
: drill from .today. to be held"at 'the home of Miss, Alpha .. 10.00 Plae.Jbof' no crashed or ,broken rlms wanted.1Writ.us -e-------------- :
_ _ The company was 'organIzed "at' the Wsstfall. p. jiu, are en .route at once> stating price, \ '. \, S
May 9th. at -o'clock?, to their respective homes In 'the meet ;f ' ., .,
.
_ beginning of.the term and has been and yon are .most, cordially. ! .. 'tobeDr'esent direct.. route, and 'wlthoujt lolterlne of name tire.ormaks, etc.. HENDERSON of wheeL condition CYCLE .I. .
Passed In ..
f faithful up to this time. The'.po ,r :_ open session 'thl..h dayof SUPPLY. CO., FORT .KJWRE.FLA. -
.
S Way.1 1(11. after havIng been placed ..... .f. .
. ... '
proaching-f final 11-
examinations" ,
._ and : '.Hostesseas 'Alpha ,Westfall,tJean-, on final reading by unanimous)- ,con 7; fJ
.
1 , ,
commencement exercises, make.it de.I ettkePi svatt.. : .' sent.'t -* .'
LOST Florida-1 TTub JMnnaiheled
-
J -5 .* QEOROEI .
'talrabU W. FOX .
to
economize time This and 'I" with federation efnblen ,-- ranfr. and
?.p* the rm/w..ther caused ,the. board DINNER IN HONOR OF, Attest J. R. 'GILBERT President Clerk.'of Cou elL. .' leaf inscribed P F. W/ C.. 1815. ,Re- .

S Of public Instruction' to do, away'withmilharyTirinfortWi'year . CAPTAIN Approved this. lib.,.day, of May,' A. .' turn/te Mrs. .W, J.:_Frlpp. ,I .1t. '. ---

- j ,s'"! .t'least, '. oor'. .- _?<.CARSON.: '& r tMr. II i D.(!lEAL In.. STEEb.n.'t. ,'-. FOR SALE-.ET.rett dye passenger , ,
.
) W.3.
:'r :" "NOlIe'of the public school teachers ,-, I touring car In flrst class condition.
have ? Center Mayor. Has not been run 1000 miles.. -Beacon :
_S been employed fon) the I U- and'Mrsv, C.' E. Hilton I

-- 1920 term except Mr. and Mn A. A tamed with an elaborate course ,din. NOT cll TO CONTRACTOR' *., I way.for selllna. sickness. 140 11-Broad)t.pd. 'f

\ Knight of Xenansrille Tuesday/ a.
; who were emvloyed ncr / honor of z Captain
'' in the schools! there this :year. Marion'Carson, 'who..recently*return 8ea14d proposals -Alii be received by FOR" SALE-A. J.reey00w that elves "
. the City Council of the City of KI.- Plenty' .of.mtlk. Henry Sjaarda. lilt .
S ;
_ The teachers' will as far as possible ed from ovei aea.. : ..., County of ,
Osceola State of
A ";be employed at the Jun. meeting. the Their guests .'were Captain and [Florida at the City Hall In Klsilm- NO EXTRA. .CHARGE-Phone or write '\. ,
flrst.'Monday In the 'nonth.S Mrs. 'Carson. Dr. and Mrs. WV; W, mee Florida until ':10 p. ,nw June and.-4'lL*4.fl NO raise In price.
Carson Dr. and 3rd/ l1U. far.the" filling by' dredging Rame old Jo mlleaire.Tour .
-Mr.. Hugh' Geiger, of approximately 100 aerea of, land; Friendavii ''Tuner Wade the CHILDREN'SSHOES;
.'FIRST METHODIST. CHURCH and..Mis. Edga pyver, of. Savannah,, he'oonatruttlon[ of a PishingPierand 'Tuner '",Orlando: \' -CO-it-pd. '

"'1:00 a."m., Sunday' School. ,Mrs J. ,Ga, .-.'- -S other Boat Basin work a for Commercial the Improvement Doeln. and of WHAT AM I offered. for 40 'aeres In W fJ hare themln all styles and . --I

Xi. Overstreet superintendent.\. __, the. lakeshore. of Lake TohOpekallira.. OkeeVhebee couny. Land In Bee. 17. price. .Bring. the kiddies. -
12:00m.. .. /FIRST BAPTIST-CHURCH. Inf the.City ,-f..Addr.: f'R" car.Mls.immesVall.y' .
At # Preaching by the pas I S-Ci.s0mme..i'lqyt4, *. ac .1 in and let us them.. .
5 cording to' detailed plans, and apeelfl- Oasette. tf :
tor.' Subject "A Bible Condition > .
r for : C .
10:45- : School.
Sunday catlons adopted
1 Prosperity.''. i '12:00 ...Preaching.m. Subject 'SS Pr' and now on Ale In by the the City-Clerk'. City" Council of MONET, .TO tm.N-On re'\J estate For the, Crown .Up Our Line S ..
i: : .
S .' 2:30, p.' m.'rJunior League, ,Miss) fice.Bach ; .and cattle.' Qeorjre W.'Foi.:: lUty.. i.
"5 Uopson. manager. S SI. paration. SS pro Olat must be accompanied Klmlmme Fla ':, -i3.t3t'id: -
' Baptismal) .ervlc..tthe close 'Of by a certified cheek issued by a ttate! 5 i* ,Alto Complete: -
I. ..: 4. '7:80 p. n. Epworth ague prayerOverstriet ,preaching,. or National Bankr payable sight: to FOR SALE)..:..One ,Bmerson Typewriter : t '
J II 1 ..tIn the order ef the ; model three, visible, Ladies' High Grade JJress Shoe. A.R
m ,. Miss. Cecelia, T:80 City of Kissimmee. aa-cood aa new ---- ...from .ifla to',
I p. m. B. T. P, U.8Sfl .. for t.OO
i' _. ? the Bum of ($1oo.eo) One ThonaandDollars. _Apply Valley Oaaette. -; tf ..Men' ,
S president. : I p;'f tuff Preaching.Subjects Bald proposal inust be. IHgh Oracl..Dren ,Shoe ....-----I.from..u.oo tosio.oO'F '

,'\\1 ',. 8:30 po' BL;,< Preaching'by. the pas4r.t ,Helpfulness" 'K.J-,, '.. .t. ed.to-presented ID" sealed envelop) endore- P'ARtiZR-R4nd today for a free eanv-;; .,';;Men'."'W01'k-'Shoe.',-;;--....;. ;...-.._ -..;.... _.. .... ron : '
the -- 4.00
I.SO'
,. Subject, MGod'aGift tMen..? Communion service'wiBr> be cele CHfClerkand, m.rlc.d. plo copy ofhe Florida Farmer and to5. -

'8SOi I rxim.} .<(, .Wednesday: ', ) rat.d at the "Propoeal Inrrro'ement.S foe KJssimraee.. . Bulkhead. ,,, fctockman. pvbllehed. at Jacr-ionTltle. -
> Delu.lo1J of ;the s.i'- r <" Tell.abont UTeetookraIaio* dairy. FR'tD' .. '
> -
J : !ti ;: mon and the. hand ot.tello'W'.h'p'.wU1' ..ertlned: cheeks' of all >n.Vecesefut. ,. Insr. poaHryr..... fruit and truck ; S" T ;G: L jE 7 7"i ; T
r :1t JI' ':aOb : ;'j ra78I'-J bidden win be "returned on/ demand.' lug twice a month at too pair year., ... 1 ..
extended to .
.- aa::::.. '::AEiI'! .- .. / Is\ . $I new memberj. ,, eA. ; also., .th .' Fli.c"" .p|. $k"?"puOefll' .Illcl'' '"- oan for .L00.: ;.Only ziTitocc; .' ., : :;:; '. :
a: ::11' .. 1
.\ .., .
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.. ... THE"I KISSIMMEE; VALLEY'GAlln FRIDAY; MAY'),4911. '...".. .... .. _.FIVC;

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. . .. . ..cn..u.u .o. Aathaq Bryan :'has accepted the JUNIOR-SENIOR, PARTY' ,"

: position of express 'messenger. on. the. Casino.. Theatre :1 AN ELABORATE tAJF f AIR
Belt' Railroad. ,
e Sugar
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WeatherR I ,
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: poft ; Saturday Mrs. James for' New.M.\ Willeon.York city Jr.where, left..;; Wetk of May 12th '. I Early last ' Seniors); were 1IW"iNc ,; 1 1v

1 she spends the Matinee 4:30. t S : r NIirht.8U' received by the informing C ttr ;
season-
summer 1 them that the -time honored customOf
MO DAY
+ : Following -are daily tem!>e'a. | .P-Y-R-O-X. for 'iale by Central Norma -r"'m.jI", In I giving them a party would be observed .."
tares and precipitation. as* reported < Central Orusr- Store, :You Will !need K"THm Jl'OHBIOPEN CITT.:" I on Friday night and /heft them ;
by. Government station ' it, Oil yous.farmr .th"",. EpJ leod.. of HUUP1NI. with a pleasant uncertainty as to /r ,, iJl ,i.nS

at Kissimmee fo-.he w.iv\ ending -' | Judge A. W. Sargent"'was here' this SessuO ,Haywaka.wa TL'R5DAC.' in what nature the event; wouur"takei ..
Thursday, May 8, 1919: week visiting his daughter, Mill ', "A. HEART I IN J'A..l\'N." Promptly the: class and the'faculty
1 ,.4u. Mine Bain .' I Marion, andooMng;! after-bu *... Garnont;\ Graphic met at the appointed 'place, the' home-

R.. G. Reynolds, the county engin. WEDNESDAY' of Miss Ruth Campbell;. where they
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Thursday Williams -
was hers from- Cloud Monday Earl In .'' found 'the. lawn converted into. a.spacious S '
eer "A GENTLEMAN QT>ALTTT.
Friday ;>...,___- 89'67 H,, }to_.meet with the'county commission- Mutt JefMn living room with numerous d'j MAi: :
: Saturday .,.:...... 8865", ere., ' "OUT. AND\ IN AQAIN."' *.)' '* cozy 'corner. and Japanese -lanterns. ;, N 4 +

Sunday _?_... 91Monday" 6T,. W. !R.' Fuller, who- represents the Peggy Hyland, .THURSDAY In !! Fortune telling by means -of, hoops; !' ,

.. __ 93 66 Southern Clay .Manufacturing/ i Company "MISS ADVENTURE!,". and balloons provided amusement :'
\. was here ;Monday to attend the Harbld ,Loyd Comedy:: .::.; for the, early part of*, the evening: PGRtL
e. a Tuesdayr 91 66 meeting .of the commissioners. .:. "JUqTDROPPED IN." then eachIe.t received.. "school # ....a ,. ,
'Wedn .dJiY- -;,-- .90 61.y if <1'e' KHIUAY-5 days" ,booklet, with instructions to .
Mr. and Mrs.. Edd George and family = Arnold they- and all star c'ut In fill the blank'places, with '
}' approprate .. -
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Friday "MT OWN UNITED STATES. .
St. Cloud
. r. .oooOOOt..o.o..to..oooo.. motored over from the .
pictures illustrating familiar
r : to witness the celebration of the Qaumont""FATTY'S News and CLEAN Fatty UP Arbuckluln' quotations. ..-- SAM'S MAILS' aria!!""safe ;andsure and 'our+.splendid, -
Victory Loan tank, demonstration.P. 'SATURDAY ;? Then a signal was sounded'and( the UNCLE.

G. Eckmon, the. resident state Carlyle: Black-well' OR In MISS.'*. .. j I company was invited to- meet. the e.,,{Ior giving prompt attention to mailed deposits( :are
1 "HIT
A WEEK II IIF engineer' the St. Cloud-Melboum ;? Queen ofMay.. at.; the home<-of Miss '
ITEMS OF Snd EPIsode << "SILENT JottSTERT.'P> '
: highway. came over from St., Cloud Mack 6enn.t Comedy. 'I IA Adah' LouTse STmps"onr 7TO'.th spurn! the retult of-a.ceieful'studiealeffort. 1 , satisfactorily. . serve a large '. \ -1
this week on a""business mission. of drum the party marched to the '"

I'c.. B.; Crurri and fa'mtly left this scene of their new entertainmentwhere _* and constantly; growing'list. 'ofout-of, -town;depositors.. -
'1 mules W.J. Miller. ...
s4 46-tf tPa after spending! the winder#; .attheir from New Smyrna' Sunday to visit greeted theme" {r /

s A. W: Gustus of jac'. nviUe' Is' in cottage on Mabbette street.' the Griffin brothers' and. their. families On the' lawn of the Sampson home WHEN YOU. CAN'T :COME; ""TOWN

t wn today. II C. E. Carlson, one of St. Cloud's ; a beautiful May pole had been erect: S ". ,
+ Colorite will color Right.. Ail l col well known "citizens and businessmen 4OComerhrough," -one t the moatexciting' ed' and the gay streamers from the; USE THE. MAILS", '* V. co
and stories of of the decorated in r
Phone was in town Monday to" be present interesting: top pole graceful: "
) ore, at Central Drug Store I at the commissioners meeting., the year?at the Casino tonight. i lines to the tables-which circled-it. X r .

f 41- j I I...Hear' Vernon Dalhart and Gladys 3.. J, En trlli en of''Narcoossee, and All the appointments of the decorations -_ . -i : \

t B.. F. Lester, the well known cat.tie >Rice in their last success, on "The party, were visitors in Kissimmee were -in the Senior's colors red If.you will drop. ..* a.. line,w will'rladlyjell roof, ... I
: dealerk of Montgomery, Ala." ar- I Phonograph with a'Soul'at Central Monday on'a combined 'business and and White. "The. elaborate course ,., ,
'' L 1 'r thWV. week. mission.1" banquet which was served carried ' I r
'Drug ,Store. pleasure .ere abent'It. and' incidentally-a: .;\oo.l.fwreaseu pM.I
Rev. R. F. Hodnett went to Lake For' Sale Genuine out the same .color schemes. -
. ," I I Ira Wetherby of, Hilliard's! 'Island Hatching Eggs' -- .
: Wales today to take part in the Ferris, attain of ., Alternating with the. course, clevertoasts shoajd .
section, cams to, town Monday ,, on wlliteleghornsi; $1.76 and responses kept the young 'wL, yea. ate this .baak.STATE . ,..
4 Centenary group meeting there. business connected with'' the "May per setting A. E. Thomas 9-tf. .' ,.
Miss Campbell
Ruth
- 'Frieda Hempel will sing for' you ;meeting -of. the-county, ,commission *. W. H. Arnold and A. J., MacDon- people president merry of .the; Juniors, acted as ... "' ..
__. forever on the New Edison. Hear eTa: donough. left Wednesday far Egetisto..apenda.f. .
.... .' < ,toast master and madeth addren ;. '"
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her at Central Drug Storer I 1- 1t\rlC. ;, gsptv'E"} :( .nd lies'small .'.,--day.-looking_after tofwelcomeMissCornelia- Lancaster: .----- J

: Misses Lavinia and- Helen Sawyer son "tiit: r.J":F who have beeD:quests"business ,matters. ? 1.> toasted the' Senlon,"to, which ; Dick ; BANK -- OFRISSIMMEE ; \ "' , ; -
motored to Orlando Tuesday to-- visit '|of her"parents, ,Mr and Mrs.; N., B. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Barber and Mr.!|Bullock responded!' Miss.'Mary Tiller oIl'\.I.. :
Miss Myrtilla Beals, who is in a hospital 'Carson -for "some time, left" Thursday and Mrs. W. T. Angel of St. Cloud,toasted-; the Juniors,\and ,'Miss Pel'tle .,-" .
there. night for her home in Savannah, Ga. were Visitors in' Kissimmee Friday,+ta; Oliver _P nded. '* ;. .

, : . James )I. Wittson has resigned his I'I' Mrs. J. J. McCranie, Mrs L. H. witness the army tank demon.>.tra- Miss Louise''Heesoffeaejl !felicitation L: . ,5."t
position as watei- :and1) light collectorfor Ingram, 1\.In. J. Z. ..Roberson Mrs. tion. ' ''to' the faV iItv"whlch:"V 8ireplied ..; ,

f, the city and Lee McLean was C. H. Summers motored to Lakeland I Fred Kenpey, one -of St. CI-Jod'. to by" Min Leitner number .

It. I unanimously. appointed to nil the va I Wednesday to attend the annual Missionary prominent citizens, came over Mon- of Seniors' were asked to give' their ,-rr-----i-" ',
cancy. Conference in session there. day to be present at the county commissoners "Impressions of High School" and 'I; 't'.,
C. E. Howard of Orlando, .district I j Dnn't forget Dr. P. J. Cannon, the :' meeting and look after Miss Blanche D-W'S. Messrs. Walter RESOURCES $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00Officer a
organizer Qf the Lay Leaders, was resident Osteopath, makes a speciali '''other business. B"ss and Bert Wells g.ve.witty re r

present at the Centenary group meeting ty of chronic disease Office sit' resIdence I Henry 0.' Partin and family left plies.Class. 1 r s
.r at the M: E. Church Wednesday yells and general chorusea. and Director: ;
619 Mabbette St. Office hours.Tuesday! for Mr. Pa.rtin'8 ranch ,on -
night. Sto9a.m.llto4,7to9p.m. Now ,,the upper St. Johns River, and expects ending' with "Stur-Soanirled'* Banner. C. A. CARSON, Prealdept M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY Y-P. "
Mrs. A. W. Wlnn returned Tues- making low summer rates. 18'tf. ': : to be away from the city for. then "Good Night. Ladies. concluded )
'' what was considered the most elaborate J. D, JEFFORDS Cashier '
day from Tallahassee where she attended I 'about ten days. '
Mr.' and Mrs. James A. Allan, '
nasty given in honor of
the" recital given by her companied by Mrs G. A. 8c-I'I Mrs. S. V. Harris returned Tues-' graduating ever class here. N. B. CARSON )J. KATZ, ,,; ?.
daughter, Mfss Grace, assisted by Kissimmee where she has any ''
Mrs. P. C. Buttorff. and Mrs. day from C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING, ,
.
-Miss 'Gussie. lock, motored'to Orlando and on to been visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. "
Messrs. Lawrence Carr, Bob Bullock Winter Park for.a visit with friends, K. Singeltary, for several weeks.- COUNTY CONVENTION OF N. C. BRYAN, I Eo'x;. LESLEY;:

i and Ramond Bearden came over returning. home by moonlight, Monday I Manatee River Journal. W.C.T.U. HELD AT ST. CLOUD J. WADE: TUCKER, Dl1'ectOl'l.---' B
from Coronad --Beac4i' Frday and were < .
-- : I "Jack" Sparing: is daily expectinga
? .. joined by"WissKatherine Carr at Mr. and Mrs. William S. Potter ., "bran new" Chummy Roadster to Osceola County District Conventionwas .
u? Orlando who also was here for the who are among the most popular ofKI..immee' arrive. This is a six cylinder car in session in St. Cloud April 30 .;s'HONOR'

week-end. winter residents, left .that develops 54 horse power, and 'is and May 1. '
John Hart and "wife, Mrs. Stone Saturday ni-ght for their home in In- ;in every respect a classy car. Mis8 Minnie E. Neal, state president v. DANCE.Mrs. umber "of subscriptions'! to'tle pub.'f
L t and Mr. and Mrs. Falcon; of Wood- dianopolis Ind.-*Mr. and Mrs. Potter I Two parties of young people and "attended the entire session. Hii'r lication. She also ''a solo".1 -", i.
row, have driven to Kissimmee and own a beautiful winter home in Kissimmee. I' chaperons; motored to Lake personality gave a charming sweet A. W. Johnston gave a dance Mrs. .Modi, Mrs. sang J. E.: Lupfer- and:
a 4 from there will go to the horiticul- way on Friday evening for .a ness to all the deliberation and 'her Tuesday! evening at her home "Nai- Mrs. R. Chapman spoke on '\"Use- of

:& tural meeting at Orlando.-Fort 1 J. W. Winn has the in the lake li.J picnic supper. address given on Wednesday nightto dance,' in North Kissimmee in honor Bible Passages". '", '
Myers Press, purchased bonfire filled house, embraced a large of Miss Mary and Mr. Frank ] v'
stock and /good will of the Bryan Cycle |A bright a weenie roast, .a I Rev. O. B.- Falls made a 'plea for
.' Mrs. A.' Cotterman took her little "Co. which he has been, managing; ;frames and songs, then a merry ride scope of work for social betterment. Sullivan, who, with their mother, the Denomination papers which closed
daughter Elizabeth; to b hospital in since it established. L. Bryan home makes these events wonderfully On Thursday morning Mrs. Coleman have lately arrived from Savannah, the pr.gram, and the meeting adjourned
was Yo\\ -
: Orlando Tuesday for a slight opera. attractive. of Kissimmee. led the devotional Ga., to make their; home In Kissim
the former owner, live. tar Sin-. for a, social, hour when Mrs.
<( 'a' lion Miss Elsie MeCoskey' 'accoinnanying ford, and has been making weekly The many friends of W, B. Higdon hour. Dr. Puckett-Foster made mee. The'guests were Meadows assisted her sister In:eery.
them. returned the principal address ef the morning.Her : Mrs. R. Sheronse; Misses Ruby t.,
Thfc"party \ trip here. will) regret to learn that he is seriously ing refreshing punch and cakes;;,, .I I.Brevard ,
home. Wednesday. ill l at Bartow. Mr. Higdon is subject, "Social Purity, was land Myrtle Whidden Ethel and
Mr. Rull Bass, owner of thousandsof Miss Vivian Briggs who has accepted in charge of the Western Union office presented in convincing terms and Grace Gibert) Elizabeth Page Alary\ Some1 "of' 'the
head of cattle In this section, was the position as first sopranoin at Jacksonville but complications well received. By request, Rev. H. Sullivan, Ne11 Malone Messrs. Roy ,, County; ''
here Tuesday in consultation with the.First Baptist churCh of Orlando following an attack of the flu madeit H. Bowen addressed the Union: He Graves, others engaged in stock raising. Mr. and Miss Jessie Kedrick. of Orlando necessary: .for him to take a rest, gave a mpst earnest talk- on the pre- Johnston, Dewey 'Ivey.' Harold'Wood. hogs.: Some ehufas and, hog goobersare ,
Bass makes-his home at -Kissiirifnee.Okeechobee. motored to Winter Park Sun- and tie went to Bartow to recuperate vailing immodesty of women's dress. all.. Dr.' G. B.""Hartke. Roscoe Rob- also being tried. Am getting|
day afternoon 'arid returned by the The afternoon session openedby and Frank, Sullivan.INTERESTING .
was erson,
New.Don't but has grown: worse. Mrs. Higdon good-results from the'bulletin issued i .
way of Apopka and Sulphur Springs.'A a bible reading, by .Mr.. Merrill, 4WSMB B* H KB HMMMMmV>HllW i
has him there and her sister
. fail to see "Come Through! joined monthly: Many items which would ,
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dainty\plcno! lunch the fea. of In her comments she F
Chicago. i
was
at Miss Mattte MEETING TF void
the Casino tonight. A midnight Mandy, spent Sunday have I left the county or been at
of the the of
ture touched beautiful life
afternoon. ,
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'.: '* melodrama:, full} of Interesting. and with them. '* Frances E.upon Willard referring ,"One BAPTIST'' MISSIONARY,.SOCIETY a JosS have been kept here and sold
amusing situations., _?, 1 tis Y. Bryan of Sanford, 'former <::apt.'Clay Johnson Sr., returned day two letters came to Miss Wil 't ... at prices satisfactory to both parties.
At the Christian church next Sunday owner of-the* Bryan bicycle: shop in- Sunday"from Kissimmee, where lie! lard contained otter of . ,
one an a
the forenoon sermon wilfc be on this city, spent a few hours hereWednesday. (went on Tuesday of last week to chair in'an which The Woman's Baptist Missionary Why'iuNotSpend' Your, Vacation at .
eastern college .
'\" //0' Mr. Bryan the Society held their' monthly meetingat '
'the says |,carry Mrs. Johnson, who hasbeen in
"The Meaning of Communion :
would give to Miss Willard a com- '
II. the home 'of Mrs. H. M. Breaker .
in
i -:., The evening sermon on the "Causes truck growers Sanford have had a Okeechobee for the past two months. fortable salary and college fare the Mj JtCBR''HBALIN6'S
";: , of Salvation. A blackboard outline wonderful .ea.on. the celery growers The captain la!! the owner and manages ? other also offer; Tuesday afternoon." .
'f note contained an \
receiving from three to four thousand After the opening -hymn, Rev: O. "
used. welcome. of the steamers Roseada, Lillie .
"Everybody
/SPRINGS''
the presidency of the W. C. T. U. -
dollars for B. Falls offered and read"7Iscripture ;
per acre their cropswith and Osceola, which are working under prayer
Captain J. M. .Dawson and Lieut. At that time the W. C. T. U. wasa ,
, other lesson .on "Salvation.ofSoull."I.
vegetables proportionately forced draft to bring to this port
Clark visited Kissimmee Wednesdayin small little fcrhwn ' Up" lii ,
organization, '
the MOUNTAINS OF WEST-
; high. 'H4.ay.. the'-acreaa-e ,planted the .
\ ; the product of trucking flelde'onEast { .
the interest- the government'snew around Sanford -was larger.' the Beach for shipment.northernand amid! without funds. Miss Willard The leeeon'topie. The use of 'Missionary , VIRGINIA; ,where, the Ylr I*" pore
call for 15.000"recruits in its air yiejd better and prices higer thla eastern markets.. Okeechobee chose the --leadership the- .-small literature, wltirMrsr; ; W;:Ii;'and'nl&htaco I17Th."Uerleool'';;
service: They left for St. Cloud and .season than ever -before. News -> group of .womenput of which experience Jones, leader. *( ., ", sparkling and pure;"cannot be' surpassed -,
i' Orlando on the same mission. : Came to her such ;;honor as Mrs. Wempre' read a1:story' entitled"How .-. for the care of .stOmaeh.-,kidney
jc.o,, Jim Miller Jr.,,will leave ')lon Jay '| C.orW.; Mann, of, Bartow, 'was in other' has been.bestowed' upon ,"a Leaflet' Saved: ".Soul..." bladder or"aDY'form of skin diseases
,* for Stamford .' Ky., where he has 'a the city. Wednesday< ;:afternoon, com SUCCESSFUL.. REVIVAL) AT, any woman. : MI'I.!..T. A.' Barclay ,made ''ol\1e : makes one' feel like'1 anew 4
position with E. L. ReeD in the oil ing up from Jils ranch down 6n.Kusimmtq. BAPTIST CHURCH CLOSED Throughout the session' Mrs. M.} A. practical, suggestions on ,the' .use of,person. \1, For booklet of -information '
business.., Jim:;is one of Kfssimmee'a.. ., prairie. He was travelling Clark presided. Many'short diwussions leaflets; address R. G. Meador. Proper at'' -It
"? most popular, young:, men .and illsfriends ;in' his Ford'car, and' brought to _The revival services that. have beenin arose and many valuable' comments Mrs., 0.., B. Falls' spoke, for '..the1Mln8ionarvrMaB'azine. Athens. a" erMrs. :r ; .
here, who are lejon, will re.. town with"hire'a'small' spotted fa"Ite' ,- progress at>. the. First. Baptist .were given by Miss >\Jeal.: avid' took a A. B.' Motrlnon,' assistant Mgr.i .
picked up' on the Vprairie.'Although of women'.. r ,
ret to see'him.leave. Nearly every phase .activities '_'
\$ church here, closed Monday night. .
'
w 1. J the -fawn had.only been received consideration. '
.., ---.'-- V Ask to hear,, Til1 W. -MeetcAr ln't. "that" eemedperfectly' and ,.Dr.-D. Fr Kin r'returned jto his 'Many.. Ie I
"[captured "morning"heT sub.critlons-were-mad4 fpr< the:Union
on "The Phonograph with a Soul: pastorate at Fort Myers 'on Tuesday.As .
Tj( at home in the 'flivver, and Signal. As to funds in-the recent
It's great. Central Drug Store, result of the special effort of
I attracted 'a great(deal of attention "drive both St. Kis
and
jubilee ; Cloud
Re- members
+, Agents; The New Edison'and. the at the church 18 were received
frompallenby' stood
as car simmee 'went the, raisingmore
.over top.
*
Creation/-/ L the curb in front by letter;.8 .re-instated to membership
li of.th. bicycle shop thin $400. ',St.,Cloud ,ka..gven
.
t Earl' Morrow'eon'of Mr.: and Mrs. and ,18 received by baptism., -,
; . '" _. $90,towards the war orphanage fund,
W. Hv ;Morrow,' has arrived 'from :: ':Th.' meeting was-?;one of ate mostsuccessful thu..supportln&,21A'' French orphan*.

J,' oversea and la 'expected 'horn coon. --*.. ,3f .Jl .VA ";in.; the .history;Jot -theleaytgthe Kissimmee has sent'Dearly; $36 1 to $
""
Be i*'a member ofthe 150th field ar "'" 1 church." ; members with repewed' ,, -, -
tilery band 'of r the famous" rainbow tJu- interest/and...enthusiasm.' g 1.1: j support.Miss Neal ODe stressed orphan. 'the privilege j r''of _

division, whldl'hu been;plll'lding In fi L----+ .. sending OneIrl to the camp at Wfn-'

i Jndianopolis. Ind.", this week. \. '' f ,........ ....... W' OywV.: :..WILL UNVEILJi ter.Park-, in. ,.7\, .,,o1whichawe,, will
e COcala.Tthe' :'BilfS. '"- "
"UrTherrel' ,. .MOUNMENT 'MAY 1STH hear morel rTh..Methodi.t..Atd\ ; ,
field! secretary for the Florida conference . -""'.....-' ,.n Society-of ,St. r to ''r a
took part*ln' the' Centenary 'The' bfflcers ,' and;'m mb ra' of Os Cloud served the convention a delicious '

group .meeting.,here Thursday'" Dr. ceola Camp'No. 79.;';Woodman:'of' the dinner. Kissimmee! eleetedfoe . .srf ",,"'
Therrel." waa for five ,year the World are makng preparatkia.to un' represented, The officers : '

i I! -field secretary,of. the Georgia confer "we' veil tile, monument..of... Erie Clyde the year' are: President,, Mrs.-. A. ..NEW VICTOR, RECORDS y.. FORMAT ? .ri-, t
and. is recognized. as .a power Dupree ,one'> of the members of the Clark' (re-elected: ) 8eeretaTV.14'f": t : *' "
,.(encer.. line. ', *..1.7, *i f *'- J AJ St., Cloud camp All arrangementshave Mrs. 'J.Ka-Rlley3t. Cloud;; Treasurer. 64803.; -Culling Me Home to'You.-. McCornUck.. ':*
yer'left'lastVnirtt: in '" 1rw been made'for the unveiling to Mrs. .H M.' Breaker. *." .,. t-

,v { 'tht., Hudson Six .Speedster' whichr heK& take place'rat f''o'clock: In 'the after vs,\\ Celeste ,J. ,Frlp ,' > reels' Be porter,. ,. __ 'I' ,-After''AlL'" Verrinraih .; -;.;.. rile "r>- ,.. ... ". '
y.ter. 1e' ( ,The I e '.' '
f' purchased' from F. H. Tyner noon of :u.the18tl., 1919. "Ot :,w' "
*' '1' day, afternoons: -Hs} flrst..stop willbe brotherhood will meet Fraternity MR.. AND MRS.. ,TUCKER ''Y, :.cs16Z'1 j : : "' C'rnW"!, : ;

Knoxvllle, T'IIJ1., and from there toy ., Hall at : nd motor to,St Cloudin = fR.TAiN.JlOUSE.-PAiTY "",LoneionieThaf., .AIL", ,Lambert,Murphy,. y''. .'; '
and ''Af. . ; c ... .
Cincinnati' an '

: 'expects to be gone several\ onth >s are, ;'requested,to,be pn hand, ._".. ..,:;,. -. I r Don't er1.Ftenc.b'Don'j.' : '' .Charlei Hart-Elliott.- ;;Shaw
t, ,
'Liente'taants '
. Contributed._ i if" ''f Sherwood and Brownof '
t -/I/ i Mr. and Mrs. 'A'...H: Voorhees.WnoItaVeKbeen Rollicking* . ,.;\ :-SILENT MYSTERY.?: i' Carlstron field and Walter Lee 85331 I '. re'" r 4' ,.fVf:

,pending the past several ., ; 'oi .fIn'the> east'of* "The' Silent Mystery of 'Winter Havenwere'the y..1ceJJl.'Ues" ; ..' J| hl Know, WBa); It.Means. '-to. :Be'1U>nesom. ..** Henry.. Bum ?;t

C month In. ,Kliimme left Wednesday ,"', the latest fifteen-episode of Mrrand'Mrs. J. Wade " '. l ...+", .,1 ":, : : a
home at Booneville, Ragtime HitI Francis Ford serial; now appearingatthe Tucker i lastweek and wire shown a "Madelon.01' ',victor' .w " --': -"
their
fo; ,: Dandt:; ,'.,, ; J!
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P weeks. 'Casind"Theaters Saturdays, number of pretty '''Social courtesies .., \ ... :
ndfew I '
Ind.;; to on. '
.p 16534 : C'.
which while here. tOn : ; < ,,{
.suhlimi
up some' t>uiness affairs, after I' or the ""most arias of is Peter Gerald, who, in addition to '' 41 :*' *' "
MircheFrancaise.: Victor-BaDeL'. r
'afternoon "
I will return to Kill mmee to reside whatever their charac.tei" being an accomplished screen actor Saturday the party : :
they opera;- + ?" '
permanently. Mr. Yoorhees N.ew Edison, ReCreationsare is. probably one of the best technical{ motored out to the country, club.fora . '' ".'. %' [ .'

f ame' here for ,the benefit of his' made'with'the same exact* directors: this country .has yet; pro- tennis tournament, as both 'hosts :'Weddi g March/- Sourai'Sand. ,.'. ,,,*: ,, N
health1 and la i highly, pleased with theresults. ing insistence upon perfection duced. The publics.. ..hardly realizesthe and guests are' exceptionally- good 3560. "J '. v -Vi3 "' ,.
Mr*. Votfohees >s an aunt of of technique. As sr vast ambont. of.''effort constrUctive : -i players. I '
consequenceKS Coronation
JW' ;Miller;. and executive.' ability and, mechanical -In,the evening a lovely course din. MarchromLe, .Prophele, Pryor's ,.Ban .-
Re-Creation
:
s Mr* --I i any ..Edfson can "
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ner1 _was served at the Tuckershome .. .
: ingenuity required to successfully : ,I j '
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Mrs. Minnie Moore-Willion was meet the- searching tone test; ; : .. :' '
honor guest xat.a' meeting of the the test of direct comparison stage a .super-serial like when. plates Wade were laid for Mr, and 70123 j r "When I Wa*,Twenty-One.: ; Harry Lauder.: ,,. '
: '' Mrs. J. Misses Inca .
"The' Silent Gel''aId Tucker.
'I -Woman: Club; of reenwithPMrs.1M. with the artist's voice or instrument. ystery'' Peter Carson. Lola La wler Ethel Hall and forthi :: ;'r' I,
r 'week motoring t No other.device far possesses an' unusual 'capacity ? Phone'218. ,complete fc fo/'Mayi. .; ", '
: Lieutenants Sherwood and Brown
For work and the I'
.e..... Kate, ),Edgar-OUrer who i* the sound reproduction has,, ever ; -qtialflcatlons and Waltel"Le .' '.
of her parent1t'<: Mr. a1\11 Nn. dared even to. attempt to meet Id abundance." If he didnt he wouldn'tbe ;
guest Miss .ElieabethAnltman. holding the' job, .not would 'The General -conversation\ 'and music R fli 'Wiit'B J
and this acid test. J.i
't' V N. B. Carson featured the evening which ,followed. ;
.J .. Mr*., 'WUlon ,wa*'.urged ,. Silent :Mystery: have- achieved t the .. .
ALr'DRUCTOREA 'On Sunday'"; the entire .rty.yere .. '
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;Wreading1 a ,, 666 ... dinner 'at the club '
Constipation Lieutenant .
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'r''r'I I 1 Spraying; for truck pests also in'' your locality, .sorrfium or ,pane f . ,' "
dusting for'worms; is a very Imports very likely will. If you are so unfortunate "- ., . I.
s thought for everyone to consider ..as not to be raising a.crop *, ... 10'. ., .
'r' 'I just now, Then again watching for that could: be put into the silo,' it is : : ", ..I ,.. ,
+ these pests when they'appear and not too late to plant* sorghum.( .. Men . : ; : .
z' reporting same to the .Bounty agent who have met with the greatest siicC 'VkShall: We- ',
for assistant/ tfi,...- overcome'. these ... in. dairying* and 'steer feeding ..1, ..... : ,'; r SpeiidOufDwii ..: .' <
troubles will. go 'v Jong way towards areusing the suo, (" ..,.,.J,. ,..'....... ',. ., I '\ 1.." ..
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be detrimental
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it solving to problems the crp aiuj may.8 4 ql.l'of the. Ilae' Tw, >-IIorse Implements. ,' .tl tlj'J: ,; ;1 '\'+ ' : : .. \. .: "" ., ; .
t Co-operation .and getting( together Tit kind c of Implements'used on ...... "" --r-". : . '
t' e 'crop. on;matter of interest w'illl the farm has much to do with the 1 I \0 ,,;" ,''0/ I r . Moneyor y .,'

be aJa 't ?*worth the effort. 1 amount) of labor required says the .'. ". 1". ".\ ..- -" '... ," -
Marketing. of products' are to beAi' : University of Florida extension' divIslon. -- '. : ,- .
considered of vital importance. Shipping '[ The qne-hot'ee'' farmer who v.

of car load lots is a far better needs the help of' another in order : Shall they ?
'If I'to give his the necessary number -' .:
+, r .have method a part than of smaller a car load lots.seek your you 'I jf cultivations crop' to insure maximum .- . ,_

nearest neighbors and see if collectively growth( and productiPn might .
; F afar load can be sent, then notify I get that help by buying a-two-horse ,.' I" ._ ,
?"" cultl v.ator..w.hich..btLC8.n..handl'L.alQJI --- .,
he -tile-time--wht'n ---
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county 'JIjt.l1t' - -- "
L ,4' ,' ready and he will endeavor to, secure with the help two-horse-of another horse will or -- //-TKatVlhe one 1 big question\that the'citrus growers of Florida are called 'on lo answer- '
the best market for the product.Let mule. One implement .
us keep in mind the Importance beget another, so that it will not belong .
a' of following the harvesting of before the whole problem of ./ Shall we, CItruS growers, spend for ourselves and families the money which our fruit

crops that the same field be planted labor on the farm will have' been sells for in the markets: ?, .
; in some crop that will produce for- solved. .
,,;: age as well as a cover crop for the A one-horse implement has no .
i} a benefit of the future .planting. I place in the early cultivation of a Or shall they, the persons'connected with the speculating marketing agencies expend
t -:want to again'remind all that saving large] field .clear of stumps and planted "
t 1. ': of manure and making a compost is in long rows. : for their comforts and pleasures the profits earned by our, groves? .*\...... ...
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s should have
that
I'i one of the objects
Field Schools for Citrus Growers.
?:t. t the first farm.consideration' all things on Arrangements are beinV\ made to *." The issue-is clear-: .and l well defined: We and our*-may enjcy the full' returns: from .

f". feed a Big Problem for the Livestock hold counties field where school citrus in Different predominates.southern our investment and 1 labor> *.or they can. be allowed hendit tremendously at our expense.; .. '
Grower Grow Silage Crop ,
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..' 1 whether The big we problem are producing confronting. beef us or, selected will be by brought the county together agents.: and Growers the- We fruit growers who market our; fruits cooperatively through the Florida Citrus 0 Exchange

h( i.. dairy product, is that of feed says bediscussed sell it for than it would handled
t f t, W. H. Black, agent in animal husbandry disease and insects of citrus Instruction will more bring if. through any other channel- consumers

i'' culture.located. Neither at the beef College butter of Agri-nor'' will be in a given practical op how fray.when and- and dealers are willing to pay,more for the assurance of good quality and square

# {,: milk can be produced .at a profit if why to spray, what solution to use, dealildj'that the-Seaidsweet brand 'grvfcs'them. .
methods
the 'to
and right
employ.
the greater part of the feed has to be .
Experts of the Department of Agriculture I

I A<) .. of purchased the roughage and/tapecially. is this-true 1_ and the Experiment Station And we growers who are members of the Florida Citrus Exchange know where and .

:h -. There are but Jew if any cannot localities be county will assist agents in are the enthusiasticover meetings. The- to whom our fruit! is ,solo\] what. it sold! for and !the cost t A selling-and receive all the .
where roughage
succulent'
these field and have '_ I- ( ...
meetings
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the entire During thei' it brings the reasonable deductions .
? ( supplied year. hindered interested parties lined up. Definite money agreed upon in advance to cover the nee '
frosts
?j winter after the have dates will be announced later. of and sales '
'1'/ the growth of the pastures, or during essazy expense advertising work. :
';.. a possible\ drought, have a silo full The first of these field meetingswill o '

:t .: of corn, sorghum or cane. to tide the be held in Osceola county. on f 1 i.
cattle over May 17th, when the boya' agricultureclub .
f Don't be satisfied with your pastures will have a day for citrus ex a
., as they are and depend upon amination jn the groves.;. Club work They Have Made Hundreds of of Dollars .
'f buying roughage when short of feed. will be started after then and ftn entire Thousands ,
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\! Build a silo and ralse..something to I It new thought developed with the

I.\ f j 'Pu.t'into_it.:uJL corn_does_not.! do well 1 boys. Off
Ute and Grs
--------------- Oranges iral That
la""" -' We Produced w:
'" SPRAY FOR CITRUS PESTS HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB I

4 ..,. *. Citrus scales and whiteflies pre- 'I PREPARE TEMPTING DISHES .
sent but a single problem in bearing .
; groves( where both are present, as i' The May meeting of the home And they can afford to spend huge sums in ranks the ability and capacity to market our c i
the best insecticides for the one are demonstration club at the commun- let them from
persuading us to keep on profiting fruit in a manner that would cause it to bring i
kitchen club
the bit for the otfier. Furthermore, ity was presided over by
J. R.*Watson of the University of Mrs. W. H. Bullock with the following our labor. all it was worth and return to our pockets all a aMighty ,'.
Florida experiment station says thata members and visitors'present:
that
it brought
a heavy -infestation of whiteflies is Mrs J. M..Cooper, Mrs. B. S. Spence, little I real I money earned from other j
be 'followed by marked increase Mrs. S. B. Aultman Mrs. J. McPhat- ;
likely to a sources ever has been invested the f fruit busiless -
in the number of scales 'presS ''ter Mrs. S. J. Souders, Mrs. Kate s Now; they who have to do with the speculative )
S ent, particularly the common purple! Lesley. :Mrs. G. A.Bripffs, Mrs. W, / by the speculative marketinjpagencies/: '
marketing of the ,1
agencies alarmed
.ca e. (ill Coleman., Mrs. James A. Allan, state are over ;
t ,' The reason for this relation is that Miss Albina Smith, Mrs. E. E. Wells,, Practically all of the vast sums on which they the outlook. They fear that more and more of \ }
the sooty mold which grows in the Mrs. W. L. Winn Mrs. H. M. Pfann, and all'the have
enormous<< amounts
operate
I honey-dew given off by the whitefliea arid Messrs. Briggs and Allan. they us will come to see the light and insist on doing }
acts in a part aa a protection to the It was salad day for the demonstrators made from their transactions came out of our for our own benefit that which long they have
so
scales. In their efforts to avoid light and the menu when prepared work. "":1
the young scales trawl under anything was exceptionally tempting. Mrs. ._ done for their profit and pleasure -the marketing
; that affords them shade, as the Coleman prepared a dejcioua) potato The with which they maintain of our fruit.They i
[ calyx of the fruit, or .into the shadow ralad which was served with ?t; a. money their .. !
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I 1 of a fruit when two are touching. helping of "perfection" salad, pre. elaborate organizations, the they<<; offer to '
sA loosely-fitting !covering of sooty pared by Mrs. Bullock. A delicious ---f- loan ns on our the they use to buy are ready to spend hundreds of thousands -
-mold makes an idea retreat;- ,carrot pudding made by Mrs..Briggs; crops money of dollars of f_ the money that they have
In the majority of groves ''whereboth with a hard sauce prepared by Mrs our fruit on the trees before the shipping season
whiteflies and scales are present Allan was next tested, and a fruit at prices far below its real value--all the 'made on mr fruit to-induce, us to let them retain -
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the spraying schedule should be salad demonstrated by Mrs, S. B. : : the marketing' privileges through which they "
% money that they spend is our money. y : 'j" .: :. .
adapted primarily to the whiteflies. Aultman completed the' program. ;' ., , I have piled' these big from the '
There are three main broods of the Questions were 'asked and answeredand .' jp sums product li'I., ;,;;, '. ..
common whiteflies and the grower, many helpful suggestions were ( S1,\) i ';'i!.',',;"; _.",. /During the, shipping season just ending, a of our groves end by the combined, possession! ,,'?' / I1''i i

... ,brood.should take Spraying measures is best to combat:done when each: dance.exchanged: -by, the ladies In. atten f ) : '. .J : . \ great many more of. we"citrus growers of Florida , of 'which'tl f t' can pocket still bigger amounts. ,):;;,f; ' .. \.',. '

the Insects are in the larval j 'The recipes follow: ': than ever before decided that we had fax our from proceeds of our crops.. '_':":.' .. '
for to'-reawni: the larvae .tatrel'l Potato Salad: Cook about four i bl,1e
easily killed at that time, and fair sized potatoes when cooked .
; ; remove + l lyt
Shall the
L jury they would Inflict during their parings and slice andl' pep. we spend money we earn or shall they? ,
v: growth is prevented. j')per to taste. Add 1 small} teaspoon ; r If you want to spend your share of it, join the '.

Mr. Watson Bays the dates ef mustard, 1 teaspoon celery seed. ... Florida Citrus f xchange and you can. Further '
emergencies of the broods vary with Dressing: Three tablespoons but : facts about what the Florida Citrus Exchange: has '
+, the'Year._tlle grove, and the latitude, ter put in frying pan 2*eggs small 'I done and will do for its members can- be secured a
but in general,; the adults of the firs! half vinegar .
cup teaspoon sugar ; __ -, .
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,Jrt brood and early'April the the second to keep from curding "add water to 'i t : I
in June and of. third brood vinegar: until about % cup full. :
in August. One should record the Perfection Salad: 1 envelope knox ; FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE Tampa FTa: ? "
; date when the flight of the adults begins' gelatine, soak in half CUD cold water : , : / !
..i Ur abated w it ten days; and 5 minutes, add half cup mild vinegar, ,v 'L1
r then apray. The ten day period gives 2 cups bolljng water half cup sugar, ". .
the majority of; the eggs time to 1 teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon lemon : -. : / III..
yq !hatch. -thesprin spraying! should juice. 2 cups ehopp9d celery: 1 cup L A. HAKES Mgr. .Orange County Gtrus Sub-Exchange i .

+v be delayed until .the young oranges shredded ban one-fourth' can . ,
are at least as large as hickory nuts, Bimentos Pour in mould. and set in OfIa.. ." 'i-'
to. avoid injury from the oil used ? -I-- .'n, ... ..' :'
Ice.Grapefruit -
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a This weal r bring ,the spring bearing. :Salad: 2 grapefruit 4 ".
'early in May',on th Tverage> bananas; 4 apples pineapple.. ,(nuts .,1' .. ... "I. : I
,,fa't; .In'the1fall again'ten days after to taste) with mayonalae, 1 envelope .
.'?. the main flight: of the adults .is over, knox gelatine. .
the: grower should 'spray with the .Carrot'Pudding: 1 cup suet 1 cup : '
t f: .oils.:. :The time I for spraying will'.usually brown, \\/ cups flour, 1 ,cup e' C1fiRUS EXCHAJNOE, . I. ,' /"
w 'In carrots :
'com September. t ,' grated (raw. ), 1 cup: graded i' '
', The**"two spraying with insectl"cides potatoes (raw). 2 cups raisins, (sul, -,J
will usually. suffice: for a bear. ,tans! ) 1 teaspoon soda, r teaspoon I Isalt. . .(
,0 f' tag grove.. In a young EfO.e.-where Stew three hours. .' ,

(the fnngo do not thrive !ion account''.. Since fop Pudding: 2 tablespoons --..- -, '-. +,....1--. r-v'. .', ...--..---r-r-, ..__.s..._ _.. ___ ._ r,' 'I I
of a! lack: of shadeetMgrower may, butter, ZVt! tablespoons flour, S table.poona < \, -- -r.,r. .. ; '

r need to spray again in;July. If \the brown sugar (heaped). i T' ?
scales, particularly t'he.red scale, nutmeg and salt, creajn all together of all who death to read them. i '
..It have -fcfctome;: abundant, two spray1tog 'and pour on boiling "water., Not neeeasary -AltricoltureOIEuca1yptaln Florl-' \ . . ,t.
The! may be necessary. 11 to toOk It at all. da," -I, fe History of the Short Leaf our N. ,
V best
Insecticides
for both these
Pine," "Preduction. of Lumber "
'\, ftests.are the panninpus. spraying Cut this Oat and Take :' Tine ". ,
\, It With Yon ) Mahogany, "The Southern'Cyprela"
A : must! be .
sr: Although the =
\ conned A man often- forgets "Nursery: Practice on the .
:t 11whltetUea; { 'ar. the exact \lal.tilliing:
chiefly to .theundersides
nan of the National Forests.! ,
article he wishes.to ; -Reforestation on
t f of the leaves; the scales purchase CHEEKNEALSCOFFEES .
the "
; '; Jiare, found On all parta of the trees : : and as a last resort, takes National Forests, "Advice to
v Under normal weather conditions something, else in.tead. That is always Forest Planters In the "Plains Be. i ?
*the disappointing and unsatisfac glon "Forestry, Tree .Planting .a .
; brood.
summer
*4 :.cale.. greatly reduced ff whiteflies by the May and tory; 'The safe way is to cut this Wood, and Timber Induet ri el" "Nat -Gtnu trees, need fertilizer> .earlier than usual ;this, season. it
ya praying, can usually be out and take i it with you so as- to ional .Forest by Diatricta literature the abundant 101 i : f
controlled With spring moisture ihe.soil
the : fungi. At I make sure 'of goettlng'' ChamberlaIn' Spring Manual and other .I supplies have moved'n,
v parasitic the betfjnning.of
,a : the rainy Tablets. You will find nothing quite for the U. S. school garden army; freely' and the trees have )load '''vigorous '
season the a .
develcJpm
} .0 satisfactory for Farmers Bulletin "Practical: Hints 'ora ,. .' nt. 'Now, .. '
grower"-should spray-"-into' bls constipation and .
''the spores of the red and Tees indJgelUon.. Running a Gas Engine. t' Best By Ever Test Ihel4rifed more fertilizerte properly sustain the fruit
brown !
bftetlY-fungt. and the I The Childrens*' Bureau of the U-.S. :. they'_arc' .+ )
black red and
_ 'sans -beaded .| The red one GOVERNMENT: SENDS BULLETINS I articles of Labor Issues many .carrying .and' to: promote. a._good summer ;.growth. We offer "r +
l be from thai and booklets, which may.be 'v
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+ S State Plant any analysis. , 'u
Ka t r.. )Board,' Gainesville JO 'LIBRARY. obtained at the library., Outline for t t
tr --- :educational .work including scholar- .

Ru y.TI.m is a'great pain killer. The following< interesting instructive :snips for children. For those interested ,

k, t It relieve. pain and soreness caused bulletins issued by the government : in public health nursing,' articles ; All the Potash You Want ..
fi Rheumatism, Nenralgia, Sprains' have beet received at the Library are on hand concerning' the .. IIIf"TnT, .. '
r'd t ._(Adv.) r -in- the Hart Memorial during .same. Also list of colleges where J I I.. "* 'r
the pallt'week and are a"'th. < 5- -_ 11
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fee and requirements: i
; : ?'' ,seed )house ,ioj;.tdisa WflsofloinerFert1. : ; er Co.' 1.
PAINTER FERTILIZER Monthly crop reports, toned for We ,t.can, supply Manufacturerrldeal '
COMPANY: practical Information of the 'outputs tour, . Fettilizers:- f r
..4, >cksjonvUl t Florida and average increase. and decreases needs.' Write for. cata:*. Dealeri In Insecb'cides and Spray PumpJackwuviDe. . '' l
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Fertilizers crops over the United State f logue. Information' oa f . ... y
& $" A ...v ., iMfccticMW. SprmyeraPonIti7' ( Ssippll.. i iJ"sr << !yanycrop.free..x'JacksoavOle. ;:- Fla. V (i iwi
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By. Worthingrton. ,I on / r' ,
; KISSMMEE'S' :t Tallahassee May 6-.A brief hearInff committee wajit a favorable report -+, -- --

wars held'on the Sinrsltary bill to but there will be some fight in the .
< tell the state's rich empire iir the I tiommittee before this ia done and' k

.OSTEOPATH Everglades by the J house. committee;1 there is a big'fight brewing on the
J Friday afternoon but Chairman floor before' the bill can be passed.If .
t --:- Fowler of the committee Is determined $here are any, who believe+ the dealis ,1 .

X j STATE: BANK BUILDING that the bill shall not be reportedout a bad'one for the state they shoald

without a full hearing and set so notify members of the committee j r }

Phone No. 162' Wednesday afternoon 8 o'clock as.at.the earliest posible moment, Mem fr l.
the date. He requested all who with,ben of the committee" :A. S.
to be heard on the matter to be present -.'jFowler..l. chairman--N. W. Campbell, 1

'. at that time. >' I ., N-: A. Fort T. G.. Futch,

V. 'for Local arid .Long Distance Haul I W. R. Hardee 'of.Dania, happened W, P. Chavous, C. F. Barber, S. H. r ,r r + 1,
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..... - to be in the house when the committee Strom W M. DeGroves., n
y lag, call was called to order Friday and j I'I' Form Gov. Jennings who'fa here :
hearing- what was going 'on, made a opposing the bills affecting the. Brow-
B. D. PENcE brief talk in opposition to a favor- l lp 'I ard and the Southern drainage districts

bl the bill Mr. Hardee Is the two big sub-districts in the '
PHONE '132.Zesldence In Tallahassee on matters concernedwith Everglades,.*)!is quoted as being much "
some local bills for his old homein opoeed to the Singletary bill, feeling I _.I I aa
: e _] 422 :Main St, >16-tf $t.- Lucie county and did not know that it would put the state in' a bad
that there'wall to be a hearing: on the light to dicker If the bill Is passedas

Singletary: bill, had not seen the bill it will mean f forced sale.
and was not' prepared to make a'I Iftpht. I,'I Claim ia made by friends of the bill / ,nr
s :. -However he did -tell the com that it will not pause a forced sale -

mittee in no uncertain' way that he but the' argument made by Mr.* Har d 51
I!.. AA thought the bill a !bad one and urged dee that if there ii no money to pay .
that it should not pave. J the"drainage tax the ;' trustees will it' ..
Would Stop Drainage. have to sell is certainly a good Tone.
"This bilf-' would stop all work on !!, Although .there 'is-a strong factionIn d
E. S. HOFFMAN, M. D. the Eevrglades drainage district," I the house opposed to' ,the bill it ---' -' .,.......... /
Mr. nardee., 'told the committee, "and 'cannot be denied that there are many .; '
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN would mean the forced sale of the who( favor it on the argument that it ..,..-

Eye. Examined by ."Regular Reg lands as soon as the I. I. board had would bed fine thin* to endow the you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll

istered Physician.' to meet the payments for drainagetax. state school fund with $5,000.000, the ,SAY pep-in-j our-smokemotor, all.right, if you'llringin
Closes Fitted. They would have no money"tomeet proceeds of half of the sale. The
Broken Lens Duplicated. the tax because the bill says all Everglades has been in politics so with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papery and

28 W. Church St. Orlando! Fla. moneys. must be paid into the school long that men in the northern part nail some'Prince Albert for packing I ,
fund and the county road funds. This of the state who have not seen it and

would mean a default and a forced :know nothing the possibilities are
ale of: the 'Glade lands. I heartily sick of the/thing and willing ' __(' e' Just between ouraelvea, you %ppealinall along the smoke line.

O. F., XRIBB8 A. AKER1IAN. "Gentlemen forced sale is very |I to listen to any talk of its sale. They ?r never will wise-up ."high-spot Men who never before could

W..J.: STEED rarely a good sale for the fellow who ,,,feel that the work of drainage has S smoke-joy until can call a pipe smoke a pipe and-men who've
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED is forced to sell. He is not in shape)]I dragged they hear talk of all sorts you ',
Attormrjm and Commmrlon mt Law. to make much of a dicker you know. '.of scandals 'in connection with the by its first name, then, to hit the smoked pipes for years all testify

Kt..IF.-.t.. .Tbis state- wpuld- be in the ame fix 'Glades and thev would bl> glad to ' I ( .peak- fpleasure you. land square to the deli&ht.ft bands outt P. A* -' __

........1 practice la all hate and UaltedState and would lose a" lot ofTnonejrin-my see-thestattfwelioutofanyoonnee: -- tm that twO.r1S\ed-man.tob8ccQ. can't bits cur parcht Both are.
humble opinion. tion with it. That it*would stop the "
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Coarta.T. Strong Opposition. development ef the richest part of Prince Alberti! cut out by our.exclusive patented ..

; B. Crawford Lee Jarrelt Reps Marshall and Watson were I Florida has not Occurred, to them and y. Well J. air, you'll be. so sll-fited process I \ : 1
not in the city Friday afternoon for ,they are easy prey to specious arguments '- t
CRAWFORD & JARRELL; the meeting pit the committee but j: looking to a Quick sale witha happy you'll want to get a photograph Right now while the going's

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW will be here Wednesday> and.it ia said net profit of several million dollarsto of yourself breezing; up the good you get out Tour old jimmy

Offices: 4 6. 9, and 7 CiticensKissimmee will both oppose. a' favorable report the state. k'pikewithyouremokethrottlewide pipe or the papers and land on ,.. '

Bank Building open I Talk about amolceaporll' some P. A. for what all your

Florida) LEARN A TRADE: ENLIST Quality makes Prince Albert so particular aoioAeappetfte/
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DR. W. W. CARSON NOW ', IN THE AIR SERVICE V..a.hM..Af..rt..wrra-e' ....''..u. r_.roJa..u ..- '
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'l ,eJ IM. aaad.w.ftmntt a'e "-/1--.1'" .4-' I
DENTIST -Ae. mimtmf, mrmtlioml mmmmm1 *Tftml ftrnfflm' ....,.. wua .,.....
Office'oyer Pilley Building along till .rirr _.. tmm ....t hmtmm Cae letaieee 'i"* e..A".d..t hM '1S. 1/ ,.
__ Captain J. M. Dawson of Carltrorn that line. btr .
, OfTlee Hour.: I-11. 1 .-- :
ai.. 'Phone ill Residence 'Phone' field accompanied by Lieut. I Salaries in_.air-Service' are R.. J. Reynolds: Tobacco Company: Winston$alem. N. C. .
Oaa Administered for Extraction of Clark, were visitors In' Kissimmee ,,,higher than in any other branch of .. : .....: ''i;
Teeth Wednesday, flying herein their ship the service. Counting the' board, e

in the interest of enlisting recruits',clothes and lodging furnished they seven hundred to seven millions of I -W. Ames, of LouKhman, Fla. who, on l
-LEWISO'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW in the air Service which' has been Suthorlzed :'compare very favorabrywith salaries dollars a year.. And. now the Southern : May IT. .1811. made Homeitead Entry.
the I in civil Methodist alone If SHE; BITESDr. No. 011887, for HWV4 IOf-- SocU..n"- II.
Church
earned
by government.A ': life. Following area proposesto Towruhlp It'a Ransre 17 K Tallahaa-'
9 new air army of 15,000 men be rates of pay: Private, $30 private do that much each year for rave a.a Meridian has riled notice of Intention
Building.a.t tween the ages of 18 and 40 js wantedby first class, $33; ,corporal, $36-; serlgeant. I I succeeding years. Florida will,\ <4-,> ''I to' make -Three-orear Proof, toestablish
Warinjr the These men must 'H her in this amount. ,. ,I claim on the land above da
government. ;,. sergeant first,class, part raising acrlbed, before Clerk Circuit Coyrk_ tKllmmee \
,be without dependents and be able ;,;sergeant aviation mechanician, $61:1; I|i 2. Not only is it meant that we : Fla., on the SOth day of _
1 Johnston 0. P. barrOS. to pass the physical examination.Men master signal electrician, '$81; mast observe in a worthy way the celebration Williams'. 101 'Tonic Kills Her May. 1111. ?
Who have previously {served in electrician of the hundred of such Claimant names a. wltne.*.:
' JOHNSTON &: GARRETT : .er signal aviation me- years Sting. B. A. Patten, of l ushman. Fla..
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Mie army can enlist for a period of chanician, "$121.60r blessing, but God has given us the C. 'F. Pas, of Lxmchman Fla.M. .
= ATTORNEY-AT-LAW one year. Civilian. who have not I Enlistment in the air service offers most fitting day in all history for It's the lady mosquito that"Vamps" W. stark of Ix>uKhm' ,n,. Fla. .

Offices, 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bask served in the army must enlist for a ,many advantages to the skilled "man such 'a celeEration. No such day has you. She's the one that comes F. A. Qauilnir., ROBT.of Leuarhman W. DAV,S.Fla. 3F
l.I Building period.of three though an application as well the .unskilled. heretofore dawned. .
; years aa To the skilled around singing at night.- She's the l,-Bt. RecUter.WOTICE. .
Klaalmmae. Fla.ClSOITFOBiREB. for discharge can be filedat workman, there' become' available 3. Every nation is wide open And one that bites you and makes the I' '
the end of the first years'* service many non" commissioned grades, ready now for the message of Jesus ,(chills run down your back and .
and this will be acted' on as the ad master signal electricians who earn, Christ. A century ago the doors feverish sweat break-out all ' "Sealed bids will -received by the .

ministration direct including their board room, clothes were closed. I, She's the cause .th.1 Board. of County Comn ..lon.r. .,of '
. Just now when conditions are un-I and savings for annuity, over, $2,000 4. Men and.women are- heeding IBut Dr. .Williams' 101 Tonic Occeola County Florida, up to. 10 *e"' i
m.. Juhe Ind Itlt for Two hundredand
.ettled'and good employment is per year; sergeants first class, sergeants 'the .call for enlistment for servce in A.'malaria out. It is the true specificfor fifty V>ouan scarce, permanent employment is of-. and corporals.. Out of a squad, larger way than was ever known be- this terrible affliction. The.qui tug brick and oKie thousand sacks. of
I fered in -the air service; and that to I ron of 160 men, 114 are non commis fore.. The call ia more distinct'and nine in ,it 'kills the malarial. germ eetnent. ,
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Tha Board reserves the tight to reJect -'
not all. Wonderful educational opportunities doned -efflcers, corporals or better. response' fuller. i I. I the* iron strengthens endtinvigoratesyod any and all bid.. r ;
are offered to bright Permanent ejnployanent during this 6. The historic celebration and the I ,;,, the magnesia keeps bowels J. U OVERBTREBT. i
: SELLS :: young men'by. the government which unsettled period of uncertainty, when providential hour mark a wonderful I regular. Dr. Williams101( your Tonic :Clark of, the.Board-otCouoiy- Commlaalonera -'
t1.5t
.. is making'it possible in this way' to good employment' is 'scarce. If will conjunction for" us in-the history of:+Iii doing splendid ,wrk ,in the malarial
learn a trade.at no expense to them- be at least a year until conditionsare the world. We can never undertake sections of the country. It will NOTION or ADMINISTMATOIt.Far '
Fire Life Accident and selves. the things of the Kingdom of God.on ( rtaal Otoeaarge)
normalajram. This time can bespent satisfactory .. 7I.
Enlisted men, too. who' ahow ability ( in the air service, and you will the small basis of our past endeav earls of.poor health.. Get.abottle. I' oe.t..1 -! +J State C ...
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!iHcalth Plate Clan Ltalulitjr and. have, the necessary physical enter fitted for civilian employ ors. We-faust meet the world situation from )'Our,"uruftit. Refuse to .........c.r.l- )".. ., a
'. qualifications, ,win: have the in adequate terms of,service and cept substitute. .. .' ae-I ;. :- ..
)' andlloiler tncurancc.Bon'df tunity to:become flyers' of gifts. And according to our faith I __any.__u __u ---,-- I ''i.: .'re ..:.. e. Bamllr O.'TataftM.Jffotlee ; .
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whom
i. h.rsbr.gtvSn,0toall
call.. oppor.1 THE HISTORIC CENTURY." 1'[wiUilibe.,6 .- the 'toethodhts srllC.'d i Jfthe: coming " mar concern, that-onth.. llth day: .f.t ''!

'' i telg'I Executed Captain .l llWIOII.jwJUI; be : TE. F. LTY i | TheijCentenary ,Movement isfundarontat'to months, do much' for the.one of October.A. D.: 111. I ahall. apply to
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: to furnish any information to those ; the right adjustmentof "- the HonorabU.T.. M. Murphy, Jadaje of ,
who would be'Interested eoUativg! .r A"c "eenturyh'p.aed -group International ...relations. aa not an time -"Hermit.Kingdom.. Among atld-Cfmrt,. a* Judg. otr Probate for*
i. 'Same l lj"Neii cl J j \0 i of men organised, the "Missionary acclde that the Centenary com. 'at'' 6theilhings theCentlnitryeprogramincludes any, ,,Baal '4lohart..aa Administratrix", ,,"*
.1 ; .. ,.. a rill h .. in dai.I19Y' 'promises G01II. and :Bible.'Society, of- tb. Methodist time.- have legitimateand the following'items, for Karest. of .the etate of'Ejnlly' O.'.. ,,., deeeaaedVand ,
'X{ //H en np fromjCa>l backwithevery' I this ,W., oar institutional tbat..t the .... time t I
Fiftyf
Church.America. We. have t
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fecrcltgfromrKte.knmeaTb.4work '1rI'01I'Dfrom. worthy place in-this large service , theological wlll.prfaent to said Court tnr Bnal ae-i

; : '$ OFFICE: $titi Balf'hh'I) (I'J ,:of .,recruiting thus army 1 I five 'millions'fronWcontribution. a>few 'thouaand :'to! "more-.than' efGARY.FL'AVMN for humanity. .Unborn 'aren.rallone ? tblrtymia Vplams, "one onariMJJlrith seminary,the, necessary I counts and ,..k as;; for adminhstratrtz.toaldestate th.arap.ro..aL'i -- -. I.'
blest this
and ., rise to
.. will be.done by co-operation help 2Q'DECLARED. ',, will genera* "' '/arrangements for Dated April Srd, A..n. tlU. ,iv e a
-"': .- of-Uia: regular .recruiting-of': fleers'. M housjng -" ;> ALMA. T.MOItRi8Olf,, {
: I I 7. The Cejitenary' Movement-comeswith each, a woman:a bible. ,.school' an. Indus ! HOamoSmoAdmlnletratrlx.1 .
"Captain Dawson gives .the.follow-) .
; j trial school for', ,women,; twelve I
1 t '-', iJI' J In g, praeUeal'huonaJo..nU.tin&' : in .the message of Jesus Christ- for,primary"*schools/sixty-eight' teachers . '. Mortem or nxsJOirrojt
7rY.-Riot.rfo'1 .' , the whole which, is the : ., ', '
[ world .
the'' air _
y : : 'I withanyseculy ,.:the equipment of boapltala'f .at (Pa*' PII. IMaeaarKe)" .
.The..alrrservice trains ,wideN' wake "1 ,basis which can build I -"
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? ., , upon of Choon, C6umgSongdo.anti Woman, I !.. cdu r e r*< I Ce>.. r ".... ... 0_....
young'men-without experience to become '' hope permanent peace tHree.. doctors, four >nurses f a .Burse'straining : Ce.. ?. ..Stalea4' ........
Funeral Director expert aviation.. mechanicians. among men. At such a time ana with I school and '!. re Katato e< Lovrla ,,..., Cohoew.Kotloe .
i' .ajOTALWRECrPAINS' > < th.furtl1errde-1; [ .+
Civilian firms are paying from on. such a. mission every: Methodist in '
J hundred dollars to two hundred dolls . the land ought to bring his yep best velopment of ;work I already begunthen i la herebyalven.. -whom -it
: I church., may concern, that on tha tith dar.of.
MY : 'BACKACHE. by: %
IN
LIMBS
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: ; in service and in gifts that we may .
: AND re per month discharged; expert . .. \ S.pt mber.A.) D. ltlt.II will appl,- to.
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<.:''t aviation mechanicians. ''. With the increase :.JDIZZT SPELLS,. HAD ME DOWN do our part in this world-wide task. 7 .i. '* w antiseptic the 'Honor.bla.T. M. Murphy i'robat.Judxe.

LICENSED EMBALMfStare of all aviation activities, especially AND'OUT._,DIECO.? THE GREAT;;The ,horologuehas struck the. .hour,: vRnb-My-psm'is'apowerful; it';kills the :-'poison'; caused of for said my'.Court anal dlacharaje a* Judge'....of Bxecutrlc. {
: airplane'construction and repairing let .they church ro forward. i of the estate of Lewi IL Cohoon. deceased -
i r steady and good TONIC. FDIED'ME'' \IN GOOD from infected cuts, cures old sores, : and that atthe same time t..
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employment enlistmentin 'SHAPEAGAIN. -MINISTERS SATS KOREA NEEDSSUPPORT : tatter' .etU --(Adv.) .* will present my final accounts as Eseputrlx .
assured. One .
.and .Chapel,' Stewart AT*. salaries are ., t of said'estat.Sad, ask." .for"ajpprovat '
{ the' air service should fit you ,for OF CHURCHES theIr 7 .'
t. 10........ Fla.'f I Dated .February' 11th, 1ItI. .
such. employment: ,, At last the great que.ilon''of how -
Considering ; I Board of Trade ' 0 ; SARAH A. COHOON;
Enlisted 'men of ability and -with to combat the modern! that conditions''' inKo ,
scourge i U-o-a-m-em.' -, Executrix
..... ... .... ... .... necessary" .physical qualifications will stomach .trouble and its attendant ill. rea today demand the interest and ; r

have the oportunity of becoming flyer -has been solved by the new remedy of all Christian r NOTICfa!. Or, BXKCtTTOH.! ',
TILLER; *. This .sufficient reason In itself .* Dreco,'which is made from roots and practicalthen members of the Centenary I MeetingToNight. (r... Flat Ptaeaarga.)i "'I'

'J .1. for,,enlistment. In no other way herbs. Liver'aDd kidney troubles'' Commission of the Methodist I. crt mt betty ..... 'fmrnmtr"'.* tt i

Real Estate ,Agency .1.M' i can a man learn to fly at no expense and, rheumatism 'may be traced, in Episcopal Church. South are plan., Let's Go o.e. aeaa. ,.....: .* Vlartda.' ,t p
to himself. : A' trained pilot can always instances ning to take definite steps towardshelping '
'f-\* M p\NNNN\\N\ _.__. many to the stomach as !. r.aeat.ta of JaaM W. 1.'")". aMotic.1. ,
.' obtaingood position. and high the beginning place. Dreco, not only that. revolution-torn little .. : hereby a v.h, to iUwhom, .I
Realty bought and sokL / salaries,. The government not. only overcomes' the disease but buildsup country..following' the, financial. campaign It- may Home-rented: teaches,,you ,to flit/ but "provides. all. the 'system,.'purifies, .the' blood. of the Centenary which will be } Honorable of July. A. D. 1.H. I shall apply to said'the !,
of
clothes board and held ). Members oft the LEGAL ADVERTISEM S'1'OT8CM T. M. Murphy Judiro
Taxes paid and"TitIes verified quarters.The revitalizes the ,-whole body. MaV1326.) Court.'as Judge Probmte.formy fln-. ,
i,. ; air service provides an excellent Jtlore and more people are coming Commission 'say there' is no other ., al discharge a* Executrix: of the estate '
> for non-retidents. < opportunity for travel free ta in and giving their testimonials ,con country In the world lust now which or' PUBLICATION ot".1.m. W. Ully. decaaaad; and that,
Fire Life'and, fa-. moral physicial and spiritual at the same time I.will preaent my nnal -
: Accideal : yourself. You are given an opportunity cenrine what Dreco has done for needs eatat. '
s \, suruica. V .toVsee distantparts..of the then In the moat aRgravhted'cases.For support to the extent that the little,. epq'rtm.nt of tha Interior. U. H. Land nd asknfor thelrcapprbvald.. J
indemnhBonds.' United States and foreign countries\ instancethe following-from Mr. buffet land between Japan; d' Russia -I IOffice| S. at Gainesville' Fla., May >, Dated February. 1'7t'r A. -D.- tilL,
: that you would not have other' !ise. W.. R. Mixon a- 'highly respected does, 'and every 'effort will be "1SJ t ;.u.aCJi! WILDER,
to do I NOTICE! .la hereby lvan that Iran 1..mo.-.m.; a -p! .EscuErfs. .
Methodists *
Some of the inducements aret'UberaLallowanceJ made Southern ; ; .
citizen of. Garyi Fla who lay
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y ...... ..... .i...... .... .. ; says: M. Roberta of Oranre Center Fla '
.. to.stabilize the bal ...
LIIUI01l&' in. times what they- can. "' .J
from- ADMINISTRATOR
". . .... . .... .. .f'I'y..alrered.for'-IOft..Um. "whoon"'Knrrnarx5 1; 191. mad.Honicetead 'AOTICBOr :; ;
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r "" ) e r.rt -- of peace,,; free medical .nd'dental at.tention .. neI'You.ne..Iualah "-liver:f(! dizzy anee wheel of civilization in that ( Entry ,No. '014510.\ for- W% (For_ Flea Dlxaarce.e_ : -
; free amusement, athletic facilities spells, rundown system.'Sometimes' country. j !Iof: NBH4: and 8EU of NEH4. : tf. J.dae.e'state'.r',
k. ;er.:1..: t.' Ceart of c.....
thirteen Township 1 14B. Rana-e SS -
t ,t physical training :commissary I,,wocld I'Ct! so dizzy,I would have to tF the past years. thegrowth ... Meridian ha. filed notice ot Intention .ra...... Oeeeata eo...... ? b
: ..privileges; to" marred c'menfreeclothes stop my j work and sit .do,",,"but: aftertaking of membership in Korean to make ,Three-year Proof, to .. - : AedladNotice '
r ; AJ" FRESH; 'FISH ..free;board and lodia<<.... > one ,bottl. of Dreco, all Cristlan churches ha* averaged '88 tablishclaim to the land above deaerlbed. Iai-ro-Bateto 5arsh-J.to all whom'.
tIt
hereby given
la
before Clerk Circuit Court. at
''Schools'are' for cent a year, while in America the
being1'established this passed offand I never have a per Klaetmmre. Fla on the llth day oJun. may eoncern that online Wh day
AN br, trainingof.nlistedmenalong' : <, the spell*-Iarfaet"all: my troubles are average has been' less' than 6 per .. Jtlt. of September. A. D. IUI:I shall applr.: ..
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...., . , ._ "" following,I'neu'' :,,Wireless telegraph gone* and I 'feel..like a new; personrT e t1t. The phenomenal- grip which ClaimantJelalma as' _1t1l_...! to the Honorable T M."Murpky.Judg.of
; Probato.for
Judsre.of
:' :.. ,.. !, and teleplxone radio' electricians,.air.lan..m.cbantcs cannot. enough In praise of this Christianity has taken upon the KoTrean Charts. Jetr. or Oranca Center.Florida. my aid.anal ,dl.ohar aa .. a. AdmlDI.trator of rt '
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OYSTERS <*en ttuttpf mechanics ';- grand tonic Dreco.'V' 'people the Methodistsdeclare;, B. J. Keen, of Orange Center PtortGla 00 estate of Sarah ". Addl.. d.eeasedf
tpropeUer0makars'fabric, workers, Dreco acts from the bottom up and will 1Mutzonzr..IDoJlcb..t4LJui cJhem a._ l_ and that at the.amItlme LwU1 pr"4 t
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5 I magnetorepair. men.caneAters.and the resalts .are juuallyapting..forit out; of their present revolution in a "f'Unt. 'of DraBfe. ; ..t.. ,. eat to said Court said anal asaosats .. dt
: -< .5 AB. -, Admlnletrator of estate, and aalc
( ,";a.en.N' -...-.'..,,J.ror.'--'vsa" W aws'" e.1, I, caWn t. matars. ;; n>atal ....;,.snd 'removes" 'the .cause rinstead of jut. thoroughly civilized state provided B. horny. of Ora.... Center. revaL '
:: welders 'photoiraphers* r draftsmen .p'-"::the symptoms. tittborbdatly the churches do not fait la their duty Florid. ' OBT. D vt.. DatkprPl 3naD.0.WAONKR' (
, SIMON MARTIN its to the Korean h. years immediately w. ..
; : anr chauffeurs Yo tath..lect'.thework duns::th* system f of- tl-tt. R.-stOf';' -md.SAdminl.trator.-
x'lill' 4r..rNo that yon wish te becewe expert Imjuritiea,1'ioctoases. .the appetite, ahead. d'
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f > "? , T'..;.d..I.'P5.....i-13'4_" v" ,e', irtFj* 1 ia,. and-gala'- -.:""'valuable.'-4oxp&I.neee. rea tgrel' Chattered nerves.. ; relieves I'i With'the idaa: of. doing,, their. part 'MOTICBI roi PI1.LlC.'I'IO.' -686 .has 'more imitations" than any: *" ,7. iy'.kher.

i fcai'on the:atottactfrdrlvea i: > out rheumatlam ..-1 of .;:;;;;rro -.JT.' Chill sad Fever Tool on the 7
..})c.u.GIlt.p1 pr1f1_1 j j1oADDft.o wad Jrai.hes C catarrhI1 /.'';1 Cllr.! Ia tl. .4o.te 't Departmaat', Ofdce. at OalneevlUe,.,0 FUApril m.Lan4 .wants: ,
bat ODe
market a Imltatieaar
} ... L R1Wrs5rse/M. :aoocllo,dmggiatt.noi( sell Price: wafs 19. Itlt. .:::. .,. ,
? .".,," '. '7b.eresb... ....... Osrra'K1GA and it w highly recommended Klssimmeet -. ... .r.... lw S "'"... -'('. . .' They are aaareroo*'thIDP ta 'p". -: ,

rye, J("Bobtcrfl- > lot' the- TaUey, Gasttta., ....,.iillur'wsNhs'N" ..,' :>" . by'''l,\the- Central" '1 Drug.J- Store.:: ;;,:; "ear., w' erne. .-, tatl: '..1fOTICJII.e.: ,,\ >.- : .,that'I .1:. medicine., S ,...',"r---UoA4r.l Jr, :,--,.,,# . .I ,,'Yi,.u.\- "," '"

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"' -EIGHT ._ THE KISSIMMEEVALLET GAZETTE. 'FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1919 ..
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COUNTY SOLONS'CONSIDER ORANGE'CENTER' tend,- that! we may'd' s use--togethdf.dralnaa-e: system.lna '.nm-not 'exceedWHKRKAB I

.community affairs pertaining'' to our70una t''lar..It' and'' Thousand {'.U. O.OO)

DIPPING VATS AND ROADS people. ., Itft", the further Inten. t: '
,- Rev. and Mrs John Spaulding, of Mt S..1..' Lupfer who'ba. the Interests tlo" ot the Council to Orad,. Curb >,

i StJ' Cloud, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren of young', folks! uppermost in and Pave"," certain streets, or part of

o ..I, :_ Continued trom F,'ge One) Frace of Kissimmee, were the Saturday : all her plans,, whose home is Always Immea alre..t.Within/ and aasesi.the said a share Qty'? \\lf of Kis the. ,

took no action on the/'first proposition and Spnday --guests' the homeof open for the assembling of her chil- coats against the abutting property I 4I

but instructed L. R. Farmer, to Mr and Mrs J, E. Maddux at .drens' associates, is heart and soul! :iKssvj'.a the la\\'. of the State of ,- .

' try and make a contract with some Sand. Lake Grove. intent upon-s veral 'civic: problems.Our I WHKniCAS;_ the dtp of'a Klesimmee I i r I
railroadpeople at Kenansville to Mr.:, and Mrs- E. B. Morrey and school term is nearing: its will have to bear a large part of the I I ,

i contract the road to f reek.County' daughter, .'Miss Jessie have been close;. We are justly proud* of our tarsi of eo.te auch the mInteiection an.
Reynolds few Jays at boys and girls.- At this season the a or
spending.the of
Engineer' R. G.' was pas Ap'.o .trpetR. @>> instructed to procure the -right of ka. year< we hear much of Carnegle/jin-: "",....".ttl'RE.A8.' order1 to

from the Consolidated Land /. The preaching: services at the Its, of diplomas;, of certificates, of fund to pay for the-City's ertlunfof >I!
way I such Improvement, i It will be ,
a jo. school house on Sunday and Wednesday entrance requirement and of college: for the City tor neoeaary "

,", /nuTclerk'i office ,Is to hauls new evening, are vefy !good, and, standards:" It has been wisely said: for ouch purpose, and contract to. pledge a Joan the @

L f vault. This has .been sv crying need are quite largely'' attended. ("All your high school -'units' can do funds credit and the property ot the @ .

I .,/or'the, put five or' the Mr S, G. Dolive and son motored;', for you is to furnish :you a kit of,.and City for the redemption of, such loan,

t present vault being entirely too inadequate from Orlando and spent a pleasant'day tools I and put you inside-'the college "WHEREAS, the coat of i thai City'.'
the Sand Lake Grove. |door. It depends on character hare9!- such proposed street 1mprevem..nt ' f
ll to suit the needs of the at I your wa"l"u. n bo+
,I Several of people are and your will power whether! la estimated at sso.ooe.oo) iw
f county. This vault is to be constructed -( our' young you a* evidenced fry: plan. and epeclacations
\ -
outside the clerk's' office and will now enjoying the boating and bath- twill play with the shavings on thefloor' prepared by the City Engineer; I .

4' be connected... with it by a .pasage.! !ling season, and report the water. just like a baby, look out of the windows and Clerk on- flip_ In the fflc*' of the City a td
-
?' r There was only one bid, that 'or W. ane.. at the. passers-by like' a ..childor .NOW THKREFORR.: : BE tT RFSOCVRD .
c -"II. Arnold., for $3000.95,.,, and 'the 'I I Mr* and Mrs. H.' A. Blackburn are use your tools like a rn.1ind'make : T1Y THE COUNCIL OF THE 4ltl'y 1
work will be done under, the super- ''reloicing' : over the arrival of a fine yourself a master workman. CITY OP KUWIMJIIEE. FLORIDA: l qw

cKy vision. of the architect, A. J. Mac- babyboy.. )("After you are inside. the'college door tue Section of the T. power That vested under and In the by vir .

, I Donourb') :'"" I Our section ,was visited by a heavy an.ounce of manhood\J'e worth..41 ton of Klnslmmee. Florida, by Section fltv
Compfaints are coming into the rainfall on last Monday night and of''units' and a ream of certificates/ ", 1000, General Statutes of the State of :,4 ei
'
'' board from various parties; that their farmers are rejoicing as the weather!I I Kissimmee is'' entering the door of Hlorfda.Prommiaaory the Notes City ,shall for the issue It. IK i ,

T rattle are being injured in certain I IKas been quite dry, and the recent larger opportunities. Within the $15,000, to be.atyled "DralnAs aggregate .
vats. Gordon Lawson reported that rains will be of great benefit ''trf the next few months we shall have : laaue of isle," of the denomin Three Essential ThingsWe

r -one of his cows was ,so badly hurt 'sweet potato crop. Citrus trees are reached higher levels.: While we are e"o''V gable,t 11000.00 each, bearing Inter- .

1 n t that she had to be destroyed, and ,,looking, ? fine and there is prom leeof bulkheading shore line-while of per cent aeml-annually per annum, t..maturing the rate will name three of the most useful articles that ever graced a '
r that 'other cattle had been injured idS a large .yield at the present time. :,iwe are increasing our materigl! .-interests respectively from the date of Issuance modern kitchen. -

( the same vat. This was due, he said, Mrs. !'von Roberts >and daughter, let us not neglect ouc' greatest aa follows;

to the fact that the shoot was too I Vcrntf, were the recent guests of her asset--our boys and'\ our gi4ls.Nothing . I'I I Five Five thousand thousand dollar dollar. In In five sir year year FIRST:

short _causing. cattle to slip up and mother,. Mrs. Lester .Flint. conduces more to full and Five thousand dollar. In seven veara- The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet which stands without a peer as a
-- '-.' fall "into the vat on their backs. manhood and .perfect womanhood B-old Interest 01"1t. and equivalent.principal> parable In laborsavingdevice for the housekeeper. It makes kitchen., work a'

However in this case he and others SUNDAY SCHOOL CqNVENI||than wholesome amusement, clean of the Treasurer of the City| of offleo Kis pleasure and conducea-tG-1)rderl.tnel, and perfect sanitation. '
had lengthened the shoot and the vat sports keen community interests an i simmer or at the Chase National ,
OSCEOLA COUNTY''
was now safe. TION OF purity of thought. Hank New JTork-City, at the option of S SEC0ND: ,
i W. 'want toencourage spirit and the purrhnsVr: Said notee to b* Issued Don't think that the
The Ban kof Saint Cloud made the for the purpose of drainage The matchless Ideal Fireless Cooker.
. convention of aa
annual Os-j
The
4 an offer to- take $10,000 worth of held 1!"pep" to make our young people like herelnabove set out. and the funds, A above Is a Joke, for we do die matches with the Fireless Cooker..
Association will be
j; Compulsory Cattle Dipping Time i ceola County 'our town better than any other town. credit and property of the City pledged What we mean is that there is no other Cooker on the market that

warrants $4,000 to be paid the first in Cloud the Thursday First Baptist, May church 15th _at_ St "Our. town our people our' youth" I,|I for their 2. redemption.Seetion That under. and nv virtue is a match for the Ideal. Get us ? As an article of concentrated

',? t year, and $2,000 each for the second The, tentative follows: I may) .that be our slogan. of the power vested In the City of efficiency the Ideal Cooker has no rival. .
sit third and fourth years. program Th.re's a concerted interest shown Klaslmmee, Florida by Section\ 1000<<
authorized Pat Johnston Thursday Morning. ,by the Hart Memoral the W. C. T: of the General Statutes of the State 'of THIRD:
The board
c 10:00.: Devotional and song service Florida the said I .City shall Issue its The Detroit' Stoves. burn kerosehe perfectly. They
to. notify tHe' Consolidated Land U. and the Mothers' Club, and of SO Promrnlssorv, Notes for the i VapOr They
aggregate -
1
Campany that the county would con led by a representative of, St.. course behind every civic righteousness sum of (30,000.00, to be styled have no wicks to monkey with, no chimneys to burn oqt, and they

,. '' tribute $200 towards a cattle dipping Cloud. alwavs stand that mi -hty+fortress "Street I'avln.Notell., Issue of l&lfl," are built for good old fashioned efficiency. They will burn for I

c vat on Brahma Island. 10:30. Address of welcome by a the church. So while Kissimmeeis of drllwLnK.lnle.r".1.payable the denomination of MOOO.OO...", I."n1l-, each eighteen hours on one gallon of oil. yielding a beautiful blue\ flame

; A letter from the secretary of the representative of St. Cloud. Response developing various" lines of progress ally at the_ rate of 6 per cent per annum w/th great intensity of heat. You will make, a mistake if you donot.nclude

5 board of.trade urged the working ,ef by Hon. John L. Overstreet. I may not we a,. mothers utter maturing respectively from- -the--- ,_! _one, _o f these in.your kitchen_ furnishings. ..4.Osce'ola ..
Appointment of committees on late t>f> tasuance- follows: T
the road running to Mulberry Sink { resolutions the prayer: Five thousand dollars In eight years
stating that benefit would result to nominations, ,-etc. "God makes ui wise to know I Five thousand dollars In nine years'
.. the merchants of Kissimmee from the 11:00. Address by Miss Mary F. )How strong the stalks must grow Five thousand dollars In ten vears. '
Price superintendent of the Young Five' thousand dollars In eleven
Sink trade which That rear these flowers-our .
Mulberry now years.Five
Hardware Co.
the State As-
Peoples department of
t< r went to Loughman. Commissioner youth!I" thousand. dollars In twelve
Overstreet stated that he had already 1 sociation. Tome to our meeting. Help us to years.Five thousand..
Discussion. dollara In thirteen-
/ t, taken the matter 'uP and that 12:00. Address Rev. R. F. Hod- ''plan some sports some interests in'years and the Interest and principal
the work had actually started : by song payable In fold, or Ita equivalent In f '"
1 Clerk Overstreet read a letter from nett on "The Sunday School's" Call Mrs. W. J. Fripp, Club Secy. the office of the Treasurer of said Located on Kissimmee's
for Religious Education. I City or at the Chase National Rank.
4, R. D. Libby in which lie stated that New York City ,jit the option of the
1_ .'Ofl._ _Recess__ _for__ lunch.Afternoon BUSIEST CORNER'ro" .
un
while driving the other dv .over the I foretherr. Said notes to be Issued I
} BABY TANK'S ANTICS ..
..
bridge spanning the St. Cloud canal, of paying for theClty'a
2:30. Devotional services. share of paving
grading and
k : :
his horse became'frightened\ at some 2:45. "Re-adjustment to Forward AID (LIBERTY LOAN curbing' certain'streets In said Cltv
fisherman's clothes on the bridge.and of Kissimmee. and the funds credit
"
Movements, by Rev. W. H. Cole- and property of said '
City to be pledged
there being no railing, lie and The; "Baby" army tank that was for the redemption of ...Id notesi -

the horse and the buggy were precipitated man.Discussion.. sent here Friday by the governmentin i Section Thnt a. election tie held" ,

? into the canal and emerired" 3:30. Address by Miss Mary F. the interest of the Victory Loan, at aa early date as practicable at
with He the total which the question to he submitted to
difficulty. placed
attracted general attention by its the
Price. electors of' said City having the : :
cost at about $150. but as the prop- Discussion. rejriarkable stunts. 1)unllncnIIons I prescribed: by Section
erty spoiled and destroyed was second IflfiO of the Oenernl Statutes of the
4:15. Rep.orts..of committees on The tank was in charge of- Sergeants -
:
Stole of .
Florida, shall be the Issuance
w r' hand, he thought $60 would cover election of officers.Departmental. Duffy and Jenkins, who putit of .said drainage notes an/l said pavIng s.-FLOYD
', the damage. _Xha matter came up Conferences. through its paces, first making the notes; and the Mayor shall forth- '
; w: .,,. ...; at the end of ,the meeting and the 6:00. Recess for rounds of Broadway, then goinjl"toI with Issue Ills proclamation for slid
supper. .
election, and shall
'
s, attorney being absents- was opt north of the schoolhouse atve. nubile noticeof
d Closing Session. big ditch same liv publishing said proclamation -
over until the next regular meeting. 8:45.: Devotional and song service. where they gave an exhibition, for four consecutive I...'... In p te't'

9:16.-: Echoes from the meeting. taking their machine down into the newspaper published.: \ 1 In sell City In1in 1
l i the
< lately prior to date of sold
4 ,CARD OF THANKSI 9:45. Closing address. "ditch then backed it out. going up election. iI

an almost perpendicular.bank. Ijater' I Section t._That the form of ballot ..
.
wsh to thank the many friends LOVELY TEA AT COUNTRY CLUB they took the tank.to the A. C. L: to be used at said election hall b.. Groceries and
f for their kindness during the illness I' with what substantially as follows:
and The golf tournament and tea at railroad and showed ease ) OfflHal *lint. Tuntcl"al r>eon.icanrv -
death of husband and for
r my the club which it would crawl over a big pile of ties. Note Election. June 7. 1919. ("It v i
Saturday
; their sympathy which, found expression country | At the point in the program when of Kissimmee, Florida > > sa s s .Ha-sissasssBSB vsss.assB>ssssssssssssssssssBssissisassa >assslBasas>
'closed the season's activities was a I MnUe
in thebeautiful floral tributes. a cross on mark before th"question
,the crowd thickest on Broadway,
.. was
Mrs. A. Cotterman. pronounced success, for it teas largely of your choice. v
f. .. -. ....... ... i attended by the Kismmmee people ; Rev. O. .BFalIs, who is chairman of -
'- "" - -
,and the winter residents who are "till I the speakers committee, and Carson .. Vote for one\: 1For Fresh Meats
,
MAGRUDER'S LINIMENT lingering here. j Farmer,. local chairman called on 5.000.00! Drainage, Promissory i,;;.-
the. for subscriptions to the Note. !
people
.
Mrs. L. A. Hamilton and Mrs. G. .' 'i"
ayl ", ;/ '" FORACHES W,. Best were hostesses.at' the club](I Victory Liberty Loan; C. A.,Carson, ,'Against Mg.000.0fl; Drainage.._l'rom.mls.otlyrNot..J ,. .... "'"'';11.o\JiI1'\ ''' ," .. ofIl'N 'j 4 ,
= county chairman aided the workers ; ( \ ,.
'
and refreshed their:guests- with dainty "". ', ')I,' "
cakes and tea., . by'''., making a-tine address.'telling thepeople \ J 't' 'r :'! '# ) &
."i & PAINS sandwiches, the'lleed this Vote for ''-0".. I I{: ,!,.\ \ i
:
of loan.
of '
Later the tournament .played For taO.OOO.jlO Street \ )
1i1 j14s'g4p: i
; The taken as whole 'Rlsvvi'' e .
". the ,gentlemen driving oft,, then approaching meeting a gave sub Against $30,000.00 fPKone176: : 1 :':?\ \"? "X302 BroadwayC. I
quite an impetus to.the drive as Street Paving :
'SPECIAL 30, DAY OFFER,, and putting, and the ladies -, of Notea. ;
following their custom of approaching scriptions to the amount nearly -
+ MONEY BACK GUARANTEE $10,000 were ..Laken.PROCLAMATION. ,
't, ? I and putting. Bryan Simp- Section Si Should the Issuance of :
A |son made a score of 8 and received aid promissory nbtea be authorised ,
Magruder's Liniment has effected I iby.the required majority votes, then .
I Itwo golf balls as a-prize.' Mrs. S. H. ''said promlMiory: notes shall be Issued \ f

hundreds' of wonderful cures after I Bullock and Mrs, C. F. Burrows tied according to law without delay and . . .. . . . . . . ... .. ooo. ....
docto and medicine had.tailed. His wining the Council ahaU before such Issuanceproyide
ladies the-former
for-the price, .
t (I'' r liniment has cured Corns. in the "play off" with a score Of "_....1 M..lcl..l Nt EItle. tion of..,by aald'Ordinance for the redemp ____ ________ ..
.Bl1nlo.'j pote. at maturity, and
't. Cut, Bruises, Sprains; Old of 9 and was awarded a box of choco. Under and by-virtue of authority for the.payment of Interest upon same A- CARSON, Pre ident BRYAN Sectefie a'I
; Sore Throat 'Croup Swellings Dan- Section (. Should /
lates. vested In me by the following: Revolution the Issuance, of
;,. ''druff, Eruption. -00' Face,-Itching This will" 'likely "close'the 'regular of the Council; of the City of the said -pa vlna: notaa 1>.- authorisedby

Scalp,"' Ground Itch Blood Poison, event sf the season.. Klaalmiaee to-wlt-; Kissimmee qualified, qualified electors to of.'the vote City'under of ThEWATERS:,& .CAtSONGRO CC

Tetter 'Rbeum.tbmL Neuralgia,. Ec- A Res.l.*1... Section 1080 of the laws of Florida. ',
rema,. Lame, Back: Lumbago. Neuri- ,MOTHERSTEACHERSACTIVITIES the. City Council of the City .f, Klaslmmae. .
.lis..Lumps A Resolution Providing for the Is. herebypledges' .to *x-
I Erysipelas. We want the proceed of said not.. tor Wholesale and Retell,Dealers in
.uaTnce of Kissimmee.
the City
family to this by the. ,
every use liniment. of th4
Note for the payment City's share of
FloridA of Promissory
I ,
'
e _.,,_ Buy a bottle and if you are not sat Purpose of Contracting a Loan for the ctoita, of paving, grading and curb- .
isfiedtdruggiats.wilh.. refund your Recently Mr..-. J.: 'Tucker and the Use of said City. the Proceed to log the followingatreeti'' ; -.Limttl''to GROCEBIE
Mrs. Walter'' enrolled member, b Expanded for the Purchase and Clay --Street from City ; S" : .
& .money.- We have 'h'Ulldredl ot testimonials sis Ditcher, and for' the Bermuda AvenUe, 16 feet ,wide. : ,
aF y m' )' f/orathose; who.have suffered Many Imall -pnnetftl, are cut: readyto Operationof Further Purpose of Pavln Grading I Bermuda AyenueBetween' n Clay ... .. .r
anf' well. "'* make for the Home Orphanage. Street In th* rttde.t. and Penfleld .\ 1- feet "
are now and Curbing Certain : .yenuej4 ,
j.
..
'' J l'
::
:
Next' Friday__ : '16 aid I of Kissimmeeand. for the !
t .Price $1.00 per) bottle 'at' Robert aftornoon. May. City 1 PentIeld'.Av.nue; '$Between Bermuda
son's Pbarmaey' or-psxreola Pharma- at .t'o'dock. there-.will b*<: '
at the-preaidentl'.homei (Me*. Cu. W, tractlngr Provided by Section 10S0. Onral Wlt-Ui- ". . 'Neptune .o. . . . .t,. -4; i'o.4otiaoo"ebo.e j I
Avenu Road
'
and ,
''t : : Beat's Members be the .State of Florida. .
). to Statut. of
Manufactured are -urg.d Between 0 '0 0 I
.' : only:"by : WHEREAS It la the Intention' 'Of 'Broadway and .ac.rmaldBoule..arct.18 .e
member of. the .,W. C.
and -. .'
.; JR\MAGRUDER ,MEDICINE'' CO. T.present U. and of> th..Hart-Memorial the Council of the City of machine Klaslmmeeto and Neptune ''Road feat from' wide4'W.rm.ld Boule v ; 0 WE SELLHAT 0 4 -WE' BUY : I
ditching: '
V 21-lt-pd Orlando: Fla. League, are especially invited to at- for purchase tee maintenance at of Its presenti varde to City'Limit- feet wide. 0 0, 0 e
':, v J.t.. J.- Steed- Mayor of the City of / i I I Ieo e
t. .. Klsalmmee, Florida. do hereby ,.proclaim 4 j 0 .1 BIDES r ; :0
f and declare that a' special Not 0 0 P ..
election. by the elector pf said ,City 0
,' .. qualified to vote In a note election winder 'GRAIN'f' 4'0 I FURS
,,<, ,, til. law of Florida, will be 'held e
at the Council Chamber In the City of 0 : 4 ::.
I KMalmmee, duringthe regular hour FERTILIZERS 0
t
I _- of voting on the .7th of- A C a '
v r ... day June. : 0 WOOL ,0
'' ID 1&19, upon the question of contractIn .
_"'* : : C
"
*
. a loan of FORTY-FIVE' /THOUS- 01 ..0 '
; ,
," 0 SHINGLES .e
'
'
itt.:.\ \. ,y uc AND'DOLLARS, In the form of forty- n
$ .,';, ."," ;'::':::- ___ ._ five note In the, sum of ONE THOUS 0 ,- 0 0 AND 0 4

,; -..J.t; ,.:, /.. -- ..----.... AND. DOLLARS each aqd the proceed 0 ORANGE BOXES ,0.
I from the sale of said notes to 0'e
.
.. ,.'< ,; : .' : '
,
> : be tor'the
) expended purposes a* votedIn e
,, \ 0 4
... f"; .. , ALL
4 r"J\ ,d' '.,' the foregoing Resolution :
; ; t e
., ' ''A" ':: .- Bald notes, to be Issued upon' the 0. ORANGE WRAPS o ..

:. : ; Irt terms said and Resolution In the manner of the a*Council set fortlr of 7- 4 ', .0_ y.

-: 1.The', Little:: Children of the: RicliLJ: the 181',.cIty a copy of Klaslmme of which I*on, herelnabov May 4th 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 'oioo':' G COUNTRY '0

.. > set and o o. ,,
out published. .
4 *
.
; '01' ': .The. following voters. \ ,.
qualified are .
"' l7nklu''you \te.Ch' children Theft and Economy \they will :' hereby appointed. to,,serve a* officer CRATE" NAILS. O 0 PRODUCE ,
't \ .your : : at special tl 0 0 '"
r otJ.a. 3r'.IC..lStanford..

tx ', ..bow.up to become Poor'Men and Women.: : Tnpft: isij't inherited like '- N. Bratton Wlllsoo and.E. D. Kaf H. 00044000,00-04'. 44s., . ,.. . 0 'Mt' "

t" :1 Wealth. :It mtitt be taught'like other lesson of Life. See that IN \yiTNE8S WHEREOF. I have ? . ... ,
any I" .
hereunto set my hand a. Mayor of tho

''?z'' t' .your'children place in a. Bank Account something ,of the amount you :...-_.-.- ed City thee, corporate Klsslmroee seal, Florida of aald and city-cause'to We sell Field and Garden Seed of all kinds. ..." .

d i'' give them. Teach them to-accumulate. ', be hereto affixed and the *arn*. attested We
,They may not Deed 'the'. r by the City Clerk, this .7th day give special 1 attention to fitting! out hunting and camping\ partie ,

41 t 'money...:-they do need the lesson. .Don't let them .watte-or'throw', /', or May. 'A.P, 111$. w.- 3: 'STEED.' .' Free delivery in ,city limit 'Phone Nd. 12. e 0, ,:.:;'

a ;r away their excess of money. ,, _' .. : : Mayor City .of"Kt..ynmee.AEALs ,We are:.county. agent for good fertilizer Ask .us for circular and II>
.
( *
.. prices on fertilizers. _ I
i.
r M /' -r- )j ,, ; Att, .at> 3. R. GILBERT: t *_ ,_._ j R
Clerk of City o( Klsalmmee .

;t boaI. :.yea spin .... Bilk yoae"_ *}$. ._ ': : ; I Y
,
CARD[ OF THANKS. No Worms '
4 / QUALIFICATIONS NECESSARY IN ,' !Its. Healthy Child ;
$ -d iakf"-H do'' Proverb. '
. '
"
;- '! "' ; I I' 'ORDER TO'VOTE IN BOND' We Swish to thank those'who All children troubled with worm.'h...... anna>

T., -'- .', _. ,i t .' ELECTION. . kindly:.assisted us during ''the sickness -> healih I color: ,w.ba Indicate" poor plead.ad st a
. : iCROTOrMr or Ie.e etomach dl.tur'b.oea'
death of"our'husband
-Hind and
..' Ii' father; and for', the 'beautiful floral for two ow:three LESsaklwroNiCglvuarq/tderly. I' "
,. weeks will ..Bncho' ,
QitizensOF BankKISSWDIEE > ." I"' AD PlrIODI.e.ti ed to Vote '''Ia. theforegoi.g'Beau offering's, also, the'G.A'Rand.Bedgr-i prove the dIaeet1oa,ad Seta...Geoeral the blood Stre..h.; line. teninSToab

; Election. must ber, wick' Circle for the services and. kind to the whola ente. "......will the
ril 'Q'1uusg/fsltllae gD>POSiTS fistered sympathpshown.) /''*"" ',' , tItnw....4lepeJth.-e: ......ctlld wIJ1 be t

".' .,:., : , , 'Totera hi.th. dry ef .Kbsiat-; '"' ...:.. Mrs,,'Wmt $ mper/sctbalutbllae.attatahitloos" rule .

./':':--:;-'f '_, ,1110 "('L5"-' .f' .1" , INSURED'. "'"1 1i 'N., mee; residlnf;,.therein 't1 .th.'firm r of ..Mrs!' ',J.-'.' A,*.'.Brown.gablldr'IW : : ". ., ,, -I'\t1l. ... ..

li '1-1:1: ,!r'r" .... : ... the :,election, .wniaf rUIt..state tkereIn % r.QLl !itbli1i etLft t..JtWa
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t' .5c; t'? '} .A: t.:; I Tkt bank.witk tL eADIU&.J'L:1a- and.. wifflnf.ties : I ** I e' > tff"! t.+1a .st"' and smott have' paid taxes .''"' real foe 1I.1ufmlli.W.I-, te a odiraimprgrplle ltg, Q,.,, ., ''< >,

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