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 16, 1919
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Volume ID: VID00907
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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_:': PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONFOR Kissimmee May: Secure T ' KiSSlMMEE ATHLETIC CLUB'



Pla eQnAit.mail Route '
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IMPROVING WATERWAYCapt. . ORGANIZED LAST TUESDAY
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'. [ It i fa now practically ''certain ''that I undertake 'its construction. ..

-- .e"1f : .. J Klssimmee lil to have an 'aerial mail I '.,'anpply of .water; at the' field. .'. ,

Clay Johnson accompanied channel a* ha been done heretofore.By service. The city officials received a! another 'problem ''which moat1'' .be 'The )'ount'men, : ofj Kissimmee 'are]with .,.Messrs.A.; J.:-'MacDonough and

'xy Captain -"., c; Dickie, United putting in,there. locki,,-a ieJij, the 'communication from the director1. I worked out later. It is evident that planning' to put. : some ',pep 'into the :J. Jeffords, assistants.,',.' .

";; State engineer, 'arrived In Klssim- Hatcheneha canal: on* outh of 'Lake Air service at Washington, :D. C., no :time I..to be lost In fitting up the summer \''season .and have o anil.f1:: !"" Rosco-'Roberson: head :the team .aa" "

mee yesterday .from' Okeechobee Kissimmee and one at the'' mouth of stating that Klssimme-'has-- 'de present landing field for its new..a.* what ice known us.-.the_ Kissimmee J JJithl ,cepttLi.., 'and 1* sure"to' lead the bollJ'" ,

having made the trip from Okeecho- river where it empties Into Lake signated' one ef the possible' landing *,[for:;:. a' cititens: committee,': W, B. .t#' Clyb, to promote' activities to victory; "

bee to Klaco by auto and from thence. Okeechobee,, he aye, will make the' places for, this ''Mrvlce. provided'I.Crawford, C. A. Canon, and: 1 o.o.E: Inba, 4. bal) tennis and all sort ,of [' The first game was. played.on! ? ther.'

to Kissimmee by launch. river navigable at all time*., she can meet' the government's, re-j Lupfer, .has been,named' to cooperst.with .thi.i( cly, ,1t It local field yesterday, which was In

Chairman Stanford of the boardof The. improvement: of the Klssim- qulrements. I ; the' council committee, R. Th6.lWIeetlne: called lor., Tuesday 'the nature of 'a'' practice game all'a

trade, had been advised of their mee river mean a great deal to the The landing field here is practically ;i 3. :'Floyd, G. M., Taylor'and H., M. 'ni ht"'at'',the city han 'to .talk','onr the aspirants: r'the team having a '

coming and called togther! someofour people of this section, and It I Is.earnestly ? o. k., though there' must be'a ,,,Breaker. Mayor Steed and, City'' At- the situationwas largely attendedand I chance'at' the'ball some,time during

leading citizemTtotmeet them at I I hoped that -our representatives hangar ,located there. It, I* hoped the(torney O'Bryan will also b.members enthusiasm,,Was' .evident from the! the .afternoon. .*.

the council chamber_ yesterday. ,after {in congress will see, that, it is Includ 'government will furftie'n- the mater--,I of a party which will visit Carlstrom gram":: I. .1 .There ,is- peraistant'ttalla'of moving? '"

noon. -- in the. next River and Harbor ial for one of the 'small Expeditionary. ''field at an early date and confer with J.VWade '.Tucker, one or..i.. Ch*',*, best I the ball 'ground' from its 'p're.ent"lo--" ,:, t

At this meeting Captain Dickie led .' .' -- steel hangars and the city could'. the'', officials there.,, _.'_ tennis player in Florida was; made, cation and several ,paces have been, '
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I president the,club: J, Earlo Lup-
statedthat the object of the trip up UNSIGHTLY DITCH 'TO '${E I 'mentioned,' though 'nothing r definite
the Kissimmee:river was to, make: a - was named vice-president,*with ha'been' decided as yet:
,
preliminary investigation with'a( COVERED'.--,ON,- BAKIN.: AVE. W O. W.; UNVEILINGAT ST.. ,,CLOUD ROAD TO Will 'flliMton, Tiller secretary: and_ Mr. ft, An executive, committee was ,elected .

view to recommending to the government The new city administration 1 ia Roundtreev treasurer. .,
to look after this matter and all _
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a definite plan of permanent taking steps to cover the unsightlyand r ST CLOUD SUN. : BE OPENED WED'YRoad The'"8s-1iiemberi association started 'off'.with the business; of the association.'These;
some as a result of the Ifirst' I
for the He ditch Dakin
Improvements dangerous
waterway. avenue -
pn
men are. J.,,Wade, Tucker J. ,Emmett
I
,; days': 'canvas. There are 'to 'be''
said he had made a survey of the between the Methodist church -- 1 Brown Sam Lupfer 'J."D.:' Jefford
river from Kissimmee to Lake Ok- and Broadway, and 'are asking bids An impressive unveiling ceremony ,superintendent L. R. Farmer,Ino dues to .the organization' "ss' Itill:, and'Lawrence *,'-: ;-so '"* '" -

echobee ten year .ago, all of which for its construction.In will take place at the St. Cloud cent* who has had the convict 'gang, at to be ,solisupporting.However- .. '. -' t' ... Tre/' j J" ... ,
etery Sunday when-th. W. work paving the St. Cloud road for the funds /are':; lIece..ary"flr immediate Tennis Is to have, the support ofthe.club'
data is on file in his office and he order to expedite the matter afternoon .and ithe wail'
.{ wished to ascertain by observationwhat and eliminate unnecessary delays its,O..W will honor one of their deceased past several weeks states that the useMid the*boys J ahowed 'themselves activities;as

changes had taken place in the was referred to; the street committee member*" Erick Clyde bePriest. ,jobs)Iia now complete' and that the to, be, good sports for they voluntarily Already' the executive committee and.. ,
a' i t will 1'0.11. wilL ben penecLtotrafl1cnextWeCin..d.y ...subscribed.$3O.to:: gttU*..op ratlonsv. laJor..J: .:.W..8tee&My. s.cure&per_ -
water course! since that time. He with full power to act. f The JDssimmee_lod meet attheir >
suggestedthat a memoranda"Df the 1', The construction 1e to> 'be of brick, i hall at 2:30: and will motor to : ... I ,."" mission to.lay out two'court, on. the '

: river traffic for,the year 1918_ be furnished the' base' separate from the arch, to ,]St. Cloud where they will be met by Mr Farmer is now building .abridge Base ball U to+: receive "first, _ld" Gra tone lawn facing Lake TohjopekallgalT -:
I and the** will,soon be' ,Inreadiness ,,. ,
hi* office, and a committee allow for having the levels. of the the. lodge .of that city. over the St. Cloud canal and from.,the club :'andthe'prese: >t;indl- ; \ ,
'for, The old swimming
aatisitetare use.
consisting of C. A. Carson Capt.slay ditclf lowered -at some future time J. L. Overstreet council! commander when that is completed the road ( that .Ktislmmee'a name lawn Is.beingelesn-s ; s
the
pool on ,
Johnson-S: L. Lupfer and A. should the drainage system. require of the Kissimmee organization, gang'will begin building dipping! vats will become famous' ,this:summer :via
ed out, and will, bar put in. shape for; .e '
for then Is plenty of ,
theVdiamond,
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J. MacDonough was appointed to itt I will act as master of ceremonies; J. for the county. "
material 'going out to' practice to use this 1; j ;
: summery \
collect and prepare the data. i This spot has always been a bloton J. Woodall, past council commander
'' make a'' fast all-home team. In fact The plansof the association are;: }
.' Captain Dickie says he has a definite the beauty of the city, a mosquito'taking his place. Theodore' Bowen arrived home last
'.7;' plan for a system of navigation breeder and a menace to the safety The kissimmee band and male having there are nineteen good fellows who yet In embryo, but,It 1 la some precocious -+' .. !
I a night recently returned from is
infant and it
river which of the I are trying forthat honor. safeto predict, .
this
-for contemplates traveling public, and its covering I !.
; locks for holding up the water rather will be a source of general sat- quartet .will provide the music .for theocc..ion. - I France.- He has been" honorably. discharged Emmett Brown was selected asmapager a marvelous growth, during' the "nextfew'month : .. i ,"
from the servlce., Theodoreleft of this feature-of the club *. '
than dredging and deepening' the isfaction. t .
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will give a concert in the park opposite I later transferred to the motor transportation '
ST. CLOUD WAS EASY CALLED MEETING OF CITY the St..Cloud Hotel. department. FRANK SNYDER FLIES TO CENTENARY :,DRIVEBEjlNSIIEXT'SUND'Y'

FATHERS: .. ARCADIA. + .'. ,
,
k : VICTIM f FOR LOCALSThe The", city fathers-met in called session . i' e,. 'Frank 'Snyder: brother of Rodney' ; :;f

Monday afternoon at the city Snyder, was the first\ Kissimmee boy ,

Kls immee-St. Cloud game hall to consider several. matters. of St. Cloud Department: I Ito get. the ride from this city to'Aft '" The,?1,Methodist i Missionary-'Centenary ' ,t

Thursday resulted in an overwhelming -I importance - via. the;air route. 'if.'? drive for thlrty-five' million; dot1: 'a,, .
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locals/dui' Ttef'city tax chosen ( liars will, .weep over the country SunT
victory in favor of the assessorv was
1
I who
X; M. Dawson
was
practically to the fact .that the visi atuf his bond fixed. NEWS AND .NOTES FROM ST. CLOUD THE "WONDER CITY." Captain ,- day, reaching: from (ocean to ocean, 1
'
here last week the Interest the
tors' full team! wv\ not present. A strong committee was named to BY OUR HKOILAR CO'REI-ON! : {!ttT. I knew ty 'Of. and from lakes to gulf. ,
After the third inning no official' meet the 'demands of the government -volunteer air service army.1 I For weeks the churches have been. _. .' t

,j account was kept of the score, and It if possible and secure aerial "Mrs' promised to fly up from Arcadia,andtake'every 'educating, the people, in the principle: y,
De-
JHr. I, Hunteingei'and Mr. and Mrs, Gu Peed. before
> boy' who answered the involved In the geat' work .
mounted mail
higher'and higher .as the 'service for. Kissirnmee. .
continued. Graw left on,. Wednesday, to fcperid | Mr. and Mrs. ,Jim Grass are here call, back to camp in his machine. I I them and at the appointed time8every'Methodist ---:';;i '
game H. M. Breaker was made chairmanof ,the summer at Johnson City Tenn. front: Montreal, Canada and will church throughouttha.'country .
Kissimmeeplayed practically all ( FrankV; enlistment- "was scarcely
4 the bulkhead committee .with R. S. .
Joe Phipps went to Kissimmee on probably locate. '__ will,'begin,the- mpaip. f.
the more--than -re eiYed --ait, CarlestrontfieldBefore
?
-mere-who-are-trying-for-th.4eam., Floyd--and--W.H..- Arnold.. fellow :
| Dr; M. Puckett-Foster" made' 'I
Monday, to work in a irarag a Sixteen hundred dollars forfive
and the'game was of value in finding members of that important ,committee. ; J., E., Lupfer received a
the weak points as well as the advantages Mrs. Dr. Wells :and Mtss, Wilson business trip to Orlando on Monday. wire stating"that. CaptainDawson !I years 1* the quota for the Kissimmee
,, -
\ Mrs. R. G. 'and father,Mr. .--F
Widrlg ,
of'the material.' left'on Wednesday for Cynthl.na.K weston his, way for his passenger,j organization and the. machinery, for ,
Toward the end of the game Cap. ditch'Step. were taken'to" cover the ,.., for the summer., ; Bowen of Apopka, motored over to Quite a crowd _motored out' to tho 1 J reaching the people with this, appeal
between Church street and our city on Monday to call on rtends.. ,
tale Marion Carson put a, little' pep ; Mr.' I. Huntsinger started Wednesday landing field Wednesday too witness I.i carefully, organised. .
Broadway on'Dakin and the Mr. Percie Tindall
avenue and family named
Into the work of,the. visitors by. play? ft. to spend the summer in Kan- the: ; departure which took place shortly J. Ik Overstreet who was
street committee -> ''vested 'with II IIpow.r : moved on T "day"to their at
grove, campaign director ha appointed ten ti'
+, r .Ing on their .team but they were outclassed to I.... 'after dinDer. '
act.
t Alligator Lake I chairmen, five ladles aadJfive. gentlew
from the beginning. 1 .. .
C. A. Robinson and Mrs. ,
Mrs "
The Sunday School'eon
{ in of County \ men. These have team of five
Manager Brown speaking Preston Raynor left Monday evening vention was held on Thursday at the worker each, who art expected to do
the aid "Of had KISSIMMEE TO GET
} gam : course we no GOVERNMENT{ SENDS'I I to spend the summer with friends in Baptist church. '1t.OnWednesday
opposition but it will of value the soliciting, 4' ;
prove Long Island, N. Y. Lieut and Mrs. Entrlken and itr. '. ''the
W In selecting the regulars.' Roberson evening ,. caP
BLACK BASS lAKE Mr. and Mrs Jake,Reif Schneider Hill of Narcddese.; -Mir. St.: ''Cloud GOOf '
I t; will; of course-headvth line as captain f FOR ADYERTISIN1 tarn. and' their;''team met at th.'
and on L.wiand mother, Mr. caller Wednesday j afternoon.
Roberson..and. Bronson, ar I : uulw.. .a. church to study the; general plans *ur : ;
promising_ pitcher Ronndtree'i. Some -, I George .ReifschneiderV motored '.over Homer Bas-and famHjrof "Alligator : Dr.. Herman- ,'-- repres.ntingtheFlor, presented :.by -J"rot.CJ': "I,, cerofWInte'r .
efforts
' work a* catcher will Insure him.im. a 'of James time M., ego'WUI.oD.through,Jr.,the interest ,fronj 'Tampa,,on Sunday and were the L&b. have" mdved' Into'. :.the Folsom Ida I: Grower,,the 'welt known. agricultural I : .H..n,' 'who ,U; district. '
; of! ) '. and Mr L. "
Sbambow Addition.
guest ( *( r Qnainger
i campaign director. Prof.
'
the 'magazine *
place regular in
permanent on :was revived' in>';.-. topping' the published' Tampa,
The .Eleie p Auxiliarymet Mr. and small ion ,
McElroy Mrs. Munn
\T' Bob Bullock, Lesley, Prather, Mc- seining In the. ;Likes'.- :Tohopekallga, and pent:; :,'Thursday! .ICIaail"n ee,: t arrsnging made.a comprehensive'' :talk, explaining '
1 'OraMonday'and' mastered in two' and daughter;,, who have been''peuing ; /* all the detail, of .the,drirC x '
Lean, Burton Ames Tiller, Wheeler, for, an illustrated write-up of
:and the them wlthgatne ,
restockingy( .
.,.n. \ 1 new recruit. Mr*. Martha Goodrich ; ;the .winter here 'left f'-
-i 7 ,Prank Bryan Graham'Arnold'aregood' : '' 'Wednesday this dtr.Und .. t.lon1: appear about Director ,OverttreetTTand hi* ,cabinet
.,;;ft.h.,_,1tsfa't""I: ( Sam-.Lupfer, I and Mrs. Celestine Yeager. morning for their home.-at ;':'Scheol- : > been busy; apportioning out
hay ,
material l ; :,
, t and Tin Une-'Yor the the of the K saimmee board the.aecohd week In,August... . t :
r* team." -*Man.ger.:Brown will also 'ol"trad.secretary,,]ncely (l'the.ftnt"'shipment '' A. J.. Thumber, who has been' ,sick; craft.Mlch.I. .. -_ J :?.iL i."*'\ ;Dr"-ilermatl'" propoaltiqn'< was aliberal the'work;and,expect to gos"over' the, .
with the flu i Is recovering. Mr*. Mollie Freeman; Mr.and Mr*. In hort",order.
f \ top *
I _
play -- black'bass, ;:operand, met: wtbj. instant'favor"among . .
of baby which fromBullocksvltieG&.where ; .
came Lewis 1 1 .
Mr. Charles of.New York, John Kellog and MrKellog's'.s3lster( ,
'
Notwithstanding the threatened, aa: I II. ; : our business men..,, For ateruj RAW INTERFERES ,
,1'O"rII\ i I. at the home of 'Mra. Bun- left : ( WITH
I to
yesterday'aTfilr1 "atJ: visiting .. on Tuesday spend the .umtnt'rIn to'
weather : crowd than
\ .ocC1lpUtI.**. two
t ment hatchery' I Is located. 1 nell, on New,, York avenue.Mrs. . New'-Vork ",* : \*it,''H*'' j BOARD. OF. TRADE' MEETING
tended the'game,'-and'practically 'ev1ery t ,+ -of. the Grower and ,to contain
There were 6,000 in the lot, all ; peg \ -
Anson McGill ,, ent:toiApopka ,,Miss',:Myrtilla ,Beals, with *ome! '
seveMI illustration
the
purchased "I Paid" card, of local, scene, A heavy''down of rainFriday'night :
from two to three inches in length, pour
netting 'the association .evert .$20. They arrived' in ten./ gallon! container on Thursday last to, .peI\cf.,a few I friends;.,motored ,over-from; Kissim h leonly''asked :for;,fifty ,subscribers,,toilsjiubllcatipn .'somewhat'',,;drenched the,'ardor
,
Jf" Tb. flretregular-game of the sea-- which preserved a desirable temperature i days with.. !rU: and, Mrs. .R. G. Wid-j: mee 'on' Wedne.dat''r ';
eon will be with Apt>pk at Apopka rig. r I The following7partyteft'IbJ'"auto r ,' Tpis.\eemed ,almo.tI' getting ) ""and the'meeting" was" exceptionally
Mr. Coble, .accompanied, by/Mr.. 'Monday 'for:OhioDr.: .< Scotty ndMr. .! .. '
next Thursday, The Apopka"team's Mr. Lupfer.. met'' train something' for, nothingo.ouienter.prning'citlaens small.-; \ ""' .
the and ,
received
;
I Gordon left for Idaho Wednesday Bob Ftt+/'for ,
on 'Buht.fo.r\1CentOoi; <
r considered one of the beet In the hit charge and put them I immediately and a* a result\ fifty i The, proposed: aerial;,landingxsta-. :: .
; tate but the ball enthusiasts here 1 to visit her children. Mrs; ;(Gordon Cincinnati and then "tol,, ;Kentucky'and '; two
into the lake. Mr. Lupfer ,/names were added,|to,the GrowJ" tfon.for'Q..immee'w.; ..the topic",,for
,
f'expect Kissimmee I goes onto' the state of Washington. Maurice Johnson to'.Yiait.. his ers'looaliati:. J" .
I to, bring -home the stated t another 'of 'has ; : discussion for.thevening'th.. board;
supply ;
Mr.: Lennel. William left Wednesday sister Mr Dick Bower, at (Akron, '
.bacon. : ? matter.was handled imderhe
i .The oft
: of ,trade
; going record
could'1 obtained next " f ; a*;fairing)
: / year. ;
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I for the Soldier Home at3ohn. Ohio. ; -/11', auspices (of the,board of tradeiyfB.; ;; it |and urging :the,councils to .make "

I G F.'k Lincoln ''of the Lincoln, ifaawaltSanford'wa .... P1l.tmastef\F.'W: : Hill,--of Narcoo- son I City TeanoMr.John'B. "* ,Mis. Mary Klnman,,;whowinter j"
t : among the'businessvisitor .ee,. spent Tuesday'mingling with his ._ M.lott'whoWith his .residence >here? ,, )eft,: on'Welneaday ;'' bidy assisting Dr.nnnip, :*ecur.ng ment's requirement, for thisvlir mail
In Kissimmee Tuesday .' family! have' been,> spending the win to spend tbs ,jsunmer.atKin- i ,the '" - '**
friend in"Kissimme Subscriptions. serrice.-
: ,: 4' : .
,. 1 ter'here: left'' .Wednesday for his man Ohio. 1. ' tI _ _-_ ,
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'tark'left'on'Wednes .
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home' at Bedford! Jnd., Hls-wlfe and Mr.' and Mq.; v' -
': NEW "uDlcIAi.nCIRGUMA.X; : :daughter wilt remain. till l She: :close day to'spend .ihe'imnmetin k Kans**.i FOX :SECURES: ENABLING ACT' :


I II : I 'INCLUDE t;FOUR I COUNTIES. I of Mr.school. and Mrs.- J; B. Murray'II and last The to, stork the .horn paid r of. ,.Iiiton;Mr..' and: Friday'"/Mr... b ';,5 TO ISSUE' TIME WARRANTS; ?'' -.1

'_...' '" ,-- UJ ._,--,. -h, -- ,_'- ,children left on Wednesday Micfa- Fred Kenney,;.rad left:* b *r girl.." ) .\ :
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?. In'all probability there 1 ; ; lu.nf.JnaoJLJt. I I..AII.Yt _: : .- Mire Annie'Firr' ;-baa. accepted!; A Pr 1 ldentGeo.vW.uFox" , :- of.the.city": .can'be'*ecuredr In; regular, inannerr''
& Mrs.: : HouMr/of Itt Conn department
formed a' new Judicial to' divide the.circuit all' Bert Orlando positloBTaTcUrk the council,, hy secured the :"passagV; 'ofin. with'410 possibilities(of..injunction or t

the judge residing in ,..the J moveTMr.- .. ; spent Sunday'. the/guests 'ofMASONSCONFER ..-..-.......... ..tOre.t t* -- ,0,:.: _'f.t; .I_ ._ :enabling ..act'through! the:-JecI.t. 'other' legal;1 Ddranc *. "- 'j/- '
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was' the attitude 'of :the ; : :; ,";.aldiie had talked .: -::. .t'' -- -.. ';;: , ), tyre4eanpowering the''cityaCouncil' to .'"It .. .understood! ',that the, squabble'; '" rover

:,\. : n.-/concerning'.the ; DEGREE ONE : gree. \ X , / r--e: 'l!,. LtsW\Interest.bearing-time; warrant the' purchase the .i achJn4t1'baa ; ,, '

"' _the city! who met thl*.. : !' t-: he';:;:'Judge Perldns. *' v :;SEVEN?; -, -. .,..- -A -eession .wao .Wat. *:s0 lath. Jq\\h*,.aunr ,of-$18,000 for.tlie.pur-\ ; been holding' up the'contract! bar

rtpresentatives from : .atisfied)'with the di. -'- afternoon and ntlAutci 'aatU''.SO,:;' cl ...,'d.' machinery, for the yjffim- tween the city and the""Phillip''Lumber y

ijKOaesjela counties. 'This new ; work.wai) piling upon' A well attended meeting:of" Royal At, o'clock :an "borate'banquetprepared mee municipal light and,water'>tant. ,.Co J whereby' tbedty"'to\furnlshelectricpower -.;

.be.*,composed of Orange; f:'the growing"" of 'thi ,Arch .Chipt r,',waa held ,Monday, at ,hjrMrW WV. }H-JfarineireDUie_ This machinery: .wa pnrchaaed: ::by : : with 'which tIP,

,7 ,O.oe ...-and Lake; counties..; : .- &- -v J Fr aternityi'.baltkenI: the j degree..of wel,.knownJcateter;, wa* served, _the the. former council,'and. ,ha*.Wen-th* run.th.'maehinryat'the;J ; ,limber r

.4Lab'wishes to com.\-fii.' V'r! : of;'thevnew'circuit; al- ,Arch:Masons:-iraa'conferred; ''upon menu --'including, ham eandwlehes, cause;of.more,:;;or',.les* contention.win! mil,"and presumption i* that,u..- ,

It 'w** shown a..U the : hinge onth4- _selection J Messrs.:HowardKatsr: W.J.. : .:fikeed, atud'eeI';:"oalary,r eheeMt* ....*,rosetta the .new Body pna contraet will now,- go tbrougb.k: ,

; 4"mornine. .ihat. theT. ->) 111 be-presented:: '! E. Culrert,, J7'L.: Orerstreet,,IL:: M. with hard'.boiled -..g., layer cake, the opinion tha the = :% ' i .

.f"".,.f..e' is,(ovettaxei,to 'ear : :' : #:''"'pirerery.! : effort' raven; ,'M."M.: Miller, and CUd Hari vanilla ietv. : cream; .hoV ehocolate;;and,. not legally .".... unVsea.the;: money ;t4l1i. Araory;J1t.; 'Johnlon ,it'a: r

....)Increasing' \work :wbi.c: 1 >> :have>it ,go" through I w: *- .J1 1! coffee.- Aft* tnel.oandttetthe i ;. }craft was la sight} with which to pay:for It. p:ctectWa:;; ,. irons.:-New-Toile; 'oa a'

called-upon ta..; :.._. : : : .l ;'=Orlando Report -Dr.. s:: rr'Holt'nArttdia: ; "officiated was 'acain ,"callad.M.: 'l lbot, :sad .'conytinud He *.P'h. !it;:now'aatlafied'with'the furlough .. to ,visit: his 'parent,.,Cap! to 1'1 >r

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FRIDAY 191tP
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r JUST want to thank you 'for Dn HOW METHODISTS 'WILL SPEND '


.' J- CaloVell's Syrup Pepsin. Jit is fine. THIRTY- IYE.MILLION DOLLARS I SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY ::::: ,S:1


_ I use it' for my baby) ,-my l1usbahd7.and-myself Thlrty-flVer million) : edition fourth "'r"! BRINGS SURE :
to the currf.culum
t arid simply ..can't do 'with ut a bottle of it in a lot of..money., What will you do I -"readiugr. rittng, 'rlthmetic For toe jr..rs GOLD MEDAL: Haarlem said. are the remedy you, noed. Take
', ,, with I Oil bu anal>l.d lultarlnr humanity to tbVee or four every day Tbe'beallnaoll.oak.
the house." It after you get its" and righteousness! being!! : the fountatlon withstand attack! of kidney. liver, . Into the cell end lining of. d'
,'" This - bladder and. all and drlvw out the po'New """*'
c is' the question that was as1t(: ,.of the ; stomach trVubla and the kidney .
,. c rch'l.pJan for n .1..11II eoaaa;l.d with the urinaryorean.and Ufa and health will surely follow.When
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t From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written j\ .t-- ed by a w known Southern banker I tablishing their: mission'schools'. to build rep and raatora to your normal vigor has baan-r
t (Mrs John W. Chrittmten 603 So. 2nd I of a Methodist' vvho had'.beenl I health. or..n. akanad b*: du.a*.. stored continue treatment for a whIU
East, Brigham City,, Utah / an The leader of the movement declare Tnas. 'moat Imp..t.nt.orllr.o., must, ba to keep yourself In condition and prevent
,t. telling him of'the Methodist plan, to that this educational pro&'l'G".p watched txcauM they .OlMr and purify a return of the ell.....
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raise & the /,blood; unless tb.,. do thalr work. : Don't wait untlf you are Inoap.bYref> '
7 :' 13 ,000,000 in the Southern of theirs"will go further toward ridding roe fir. doomed. -' UhUiur. Start taking GOLD MEDAL
Caldweii'sSyrup States in the eight-day drive. May the next -generation WeartnaM. 'I..pl.**"..., n.rvou.nas, drugat :
Dr. of the men dcspondaner. backache, stomach trou
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18 25. The question was one of dozens ace of. Bolshevism than other ble. pains 1'n the loin and lower ab>> 1't you are not satisfied with reeult
of similar any Semen, arravel. difficulty wh.n urln.t.Inw. But be sure to vat the original Import.
queries which have. thing they know of bec us4t_ educit rbeumatlem, eolatlea and lumbagoall ed GOLD MEDAL and accept no-oU""-
been made to the leaders of the Centenary tion, permeated wlth-'CJtr-istlanlty -OOL u or trouble>> with" your kid.soya tltutem In three *U e. Scaled packares. *-
Pepsin MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap- : At all drug etoree.buy .

.: and, because campaign people regarding seem Interestedto the drive means good those citizens-who receive in the largest it will and.become .. '" ,.'.....'" '''''',.: '".-"...........,''''' .

The Perfect Laxative knq\v where .thirty-five million best meaning of the word. This ed -

dollars is going here's the story, ucatl.ngof the Negre, the mountain l elfin fields, the whole world will cash day-old chicks from outside the

straight from headquarters, and every white the immigrant in on the enterprise which seeks to""tate.Another year Florda will be
and the Indian :
better fixed to produce its own sip
_.. Druggist true?
Sold by Everywhere word put the work of a splendid'body of '
of the real
.- lis one services which they j( chicks, its own crop
--To begin with, the thirty-five milt l < (people on a practical busines's basis ofygooddpullets its roasting chickens "..
50 (s? =:) $1.00 'can do for theli1 country, Methodists ,
cts. lion will be l rftised entirely by Meth- declare, and .they are going abdut doting ( ;'1 which speaks ,well for the churches', j Meanwhile we should get busy with I

odists. No man outside of that that service before America 'be- ,,own development and for the happiness 'the backyard flock keeping/ from six:
church will) be solicited for cent of of- millions of who will to twelve good laying hens per family -
'corrects disorders of the intestinal a 'comes'embroiled in the unrest of Eu peoples Be on the outlook for good pullets -
{ Quickly it and, unless a man happens to be it rope. b*.b nenttedby the work -which--- the that may be offerel( for eating

: tract, relieves the congestion and restores nor- member of a Methodist congrega-1|' 'In addition to these mission schools. church- will do for them. I purposes, and purchase them with
tlon will the idea eating them as they let
he not be asked to dun ale tof
mal regularity. It is gentle in action and does anything towards the cause. If he which they'will establish, Southern Mr. Wlsler Cured of Indigestion. up in laying/ another year. These i
Methodists will spend a largo part of hens can often be purchased at neat
not gripe. A trial bottle can be obtained by feels particularly friendly towards; their thirty-five million on settlement "Some time in 1909 When" I had an 'prices, held for ten months for lay- r
Methodism and the things which his districts attack of indgestion .and everything ing, and then killed for- family, eat-
houses in the down and out -
; writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Methodist friends will do with the looked gloomy to me, I received a' ing. Ten hens in the backyard will
of the large cities of the South. free sample of Cham, I.ln's Tablets wasted food help
St. Monticello Illinois.HORTICULTURAL. money he is, of course privileged to i
I give what he cares to but, otherwise, i I work which the Methodists will ,they were such a help to me that I /grown-ups. A goodbulletin on the

+t every cent of the $35,000,000 will be I bought a package, and can truthfully backyard flock can be had from Dr.
raised by the members of the Meth- I'j do, includes work fezthe Negro.esthrough II'j say that I have hot had a similar attack iSanborn at the experiment- station,
their Bethlehem houses, since," writes .Wm. B. Wisler,:Gainesville.We : .
SOCIETY odist church.
TO The Methodists
a say they ,. wprk for the mill operatives through Douglasville, Ea.
can do it and from the way they' I doctors
,their Wariota Settlements, and innumerable are proud.of the confidence -
MEET IN OCALA NEXT YEAR have lined up their teams: and out- j other enterprises for taking -. LAPSED WAR RISK INS. druggists and the public haveIn

lined their plan's'' it looks as though care of the derelicts and down- CAN NOW BE REINSTATED J 666"Chill and Fever-Tonic.-(Adv)

6 The session of the Florida State jange today is the sensation, of the they might more than do it by the 'and-outs in the cities of the South.
I closing date of the drive I settlements The Bureau "of War Risk Insur1; 1 Calhoun County: The peach crop
Horticultural Society in Orlando last Florida citrus industry, it being declared I Several very large will will be this if nothing il(
( a success year {
I Working from the viewpoint of the has reached the important
' week presented an interesting pro- .by many that it promises to I' I be built and others already estab ,ante following further prevents. The honey crop

: gram to a very large attendance. I Ibe to Florida what the naval orange optimist who is assured he is going lished will be enlarged in practicallyevery decision regarding reinstatement will be the best for years past.
to get what he after beforehe I of Government Insurance
even
; At the meeting it was reportedthat has been to California. D. C. Gillett goes state in the South. Churches
goes after it, the Methodists have in- both the and {which former sailors, soldiers and CHRISTIAN CHURCH
membership of the society has :showed the visitors reproductions, will be built city rural
: outlined really rather wonderful marines have allowed to
a and the circuit rider in lapse.
grown .to more than '1,500 .members grown from bud wood taken from the districts 11:00-Sunday School.
comprising the foremost growers andfarmers Temple tree, which carried all the survey which contains every detail of particular, will receive a more livable : Any man who held the Govern- ] 12,00-Sermon.
r their plans for spending the thirty- I ment Insurance and who failed to 7:15-Y. P. S. C. E.
; of the state. At every session dominant Temple characteristics including salary. One of the most important !
; five million. The is done into continue payment of premiums after 8:30-Sermon.:
survey I
of
t in Orlando the' Phillips....theater.......... .../1 the remarkable Temple color neat form'in a large, square book and unique phases undertakeas uplift being discharged thereby lapsing Prayer meeting each' Wednesday
texture which the Methodists will
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I was filled to itll."c padty.- / and aroma. The new orange -
insurance evening at 8:30. L. A. S. each Thurs
containing one hundred and eight .his may reinstate it regardless -
r'f In addition to the discussions there is named in honor of the late I a result of the Centenary will be I j day. .
pages and these books have been of the time of default.All .
"" were many subjects of vital interestto i William Chase Temple.: an itinerating school for Indians j Junior C. E. each Sunday at 3:30p. :
sent broadcast the South. The service to take
urged
over men are
growers. The Orlando meeting included ( Ocala was selected as the place for : where the sons of former "braves"can I j m.
church is working on the great I.advantage of this opportunity. Navy
: a pilgrimage by automobile to the next annual meeting of the Society dem.1 go, after camp-meeting fashion j amen YoungLadies' Circle meets each
ocratic( theory that there ate obtain fuller information
Ev X the grove of L. A. Hakes at Winter I in a spirited contest in which : and learn hygiene spelling and re- may second Sunday. ,
"no secret pacts" and the spending and application forms by writing to
time. C. W. .B. meets the first Fridayin
Park, where visitors were shown the Lakeland St. Petersburg, Miami and Igion at one and the same
t- ,
4. of- those E. P. Thornton District Insurance
iof every one three.ktilionfive Ensign -
2 original Temple orange tree, now Daytona! also vied for the. privilegeof I I But the Methodists\ have opened each month.
hundred million/ cents is accounted = Office No. 1 Canal street,
I :, ,
about 20 old. The Temple or- entertaining the horticulturalists. I '-- the windo'ws and looked further than Church Board mee'.i: first Sundayafternoon :
t' years _____ I for. We will not attempt to account |America in their effort to spend the.thiity''five .,New Orleans, La., stating, full .name, each month.

for all of these pennies her, i million dollars to the best (j gating, home address! date and place You ..arecordially invited to our
: because 'even the friendliest member ''of amount of insurance
ROAD MOVEMENT:: GAINS discharge, services. '
advantage at this -time. Europe, particularly | w
lit' of the Fourth Estate isn't willing ti> and premium, and the last month for
T II | needs help now, say the I 31-u. W. II. Coleman, Pastor.
STEADILY IN turn over his entire newspaper to | ,which premium was paid. '
} IMPETUS sons of Wesley, and the Methodists ,
I one article. But for the benefit of ,I will not falter in their responsibility j Ex-service men of the army and ,

that enquiring banker-and the ten {marine 'corps' are Invited to request
The good roads movement is gain- ''''Pasco county metropolis. there. Men of France and Belgiumare I You Do More Work, ...
thotisnhd other enquiring people in further Information at the nearest
I ing' inpetus steadily in Florida, according I :Another item' particularly interesting I returning broken homes, shattered You are more ambitious and you get more .
;
American Red Cross
is summedup the
his here of
city- a quickly chapter
to W. "R. Fuller. Mr. Fuller to motorists was the state contract ideals. The church will seek to enjoyment! out of everything when your tkt'blood JJ
'I outline of what Southern Methodists : or by writing to the Insurance Sec is in good condition. Impurities in ;'
has just returned from a business secured by Murphy & Maloneyof ,'I give these men something new to !
p Insurance the blood have ,
B I will do towards rebuilding the tion, Bureau of War Risk a very depressing effect on t.
trip. wind makes an interesting report Tampa for paving two and three- world. take hold of churches for them. 119 D. St., S. E., Washington, D. C. the system causing ..weakness laziness, 1' r,

S. of the, good roads movement. I fourth miles of road just south of i great selves, schools for their children, social nervousness and sickness dOROVE'S
Starting at home, as every
One of the most notable instances Kissimmee This branch of road has gathering places where something TASTELESS Chill TONIC
movement should do, the Methodistswill Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti- restore Energy and Vitality by Purifying
of' 'good :road;)) improvements is the cauaedmu h 'annoyance to motoristsand spend over seven>million dollarsin of the warmth and cheer of life septic; it kills' the poison caused and Enriching tbe Blood. When you feel ,

'r bonding of Okeechobee'county' for was known'as the "missinglink':' -the Southern and Southwestern will' be given them again. These are from infected cuts, cures old sores, its strengthening. Invigorating effect see .

300000. .' Okeechobee 'is one of Florida's between. Tampa and Jacksonville. some'.ot.the _ways in. .which the tetter, etc.-(Adv.) bow it brings color to( the cheeks and how I'

newest counties; but' it is evI- Mr. 'Fuller stated that'during his States. This will be divided between church will carry on In the _region I it Improves the appetite you will than
the following"forma of> work:. mountain .CHICKENS A appreciate its true tonic value.GROVE'S .
dent from the vote by which the bond I.stay in Tallahassee he! was convince'dthat where 'war has swept the land of. KEEP ; .

i; l issue carried that it is :not to lag -beJiind the legislature would secure mill immigrant people,, Negro increasing; Indian salariesof cotton Belgium, France, Italy, andRussia., I.l BACKYARD FLOCK WILL PAY not a patent TASTELESS medicine Chill it Is TONICIs simply!

; in the improvements of its high. federal aid to the extent of $3,000- I I for Russia is especially to receive IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup. f'
underpaid pastors, in tile promo- '! J The--b.cky.rd poultry flock has '
So pleasant children like It. The ST
and inter even .
the practical
for this' amount 000' in sympathetic *
ways. By bonding building up the state high ,tion of Christian literature for all of j helped feed Florida folks. City and I, blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON
k f t the county receives an additional ways by bonding the vtate for the them, and in various forms of rural I est of the Methodists. Fiver 1 t lion !:I town folks responded quickly ,to the to Enrich it. These reliable--tonic prop- .j

1300,000 from the state and federal amount, which latter'.. to include] I of the thirty-five will be put into rebuilding need of more hens. Dr. N. W. San- sties never fail to drive.out impurities in
and city work. In the inaccessible ,; in Europe born, extension poultry husbandmanof the blood.
+ +, governments. state' convict labor. Should this these needy regions I II
I districts-the great plains! of the the University Florida, said at The .
the Methodists declare it is Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'STASTELESS. ,
Winter Park has also fallen into it' would! and I .
be passed ,
k 1 measure provide West, the isolated mountain regions, entlreamoJrft the winter's short' ,cours. < at Gainesville ., Chill TONIC ha mad it .,'
line by letting a contract calling for for Florida of the beet I the best five million of the - '
i one systemsof the lands In places like : the favorite tonic in thousands of borne
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swamp
, \ an expenditure of $65,000 to' be"spentin state highways in the nation:- which they will' spen i. Florida will have to rear more pullets More than thirty-five years ego! folk "
these little mission schools will
'ai f buDding'brick and be The remaining millions are to be in 1919 br go without a sufficient would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S
pavements concrete TaMpa Tribune.
,
.. 'set' up"-schools where children in the field of Africa, supply of eggs next autumn TASTELESS: Chill TONIC when a
Y' curbing in that huatUng'' 'little I who, otherwise, would have--no opportunity spent; foreign and. winter. Florida must 'hatch I' member of their family had Malaria or
city. Winter Park boasts of Brazil, China, Cuba, Japan, Korea chicks this do without
needed
being DIZZY-WRECKED HIS AUTOM& will be taught Christianity more :yearor a body-building.. .ueDCtb- "IQC ,

the.only town in the south which can and Mexico. In all these countries j I fry era throughout the summer and I I' tonic. The formula is just the same today -

)_ be called the "flyles town. In fact I BILE. { and arithmetic at one and the.the Methodist will establish medical j fall '''months. Rather than run short and you can get it from any drug
I came time. The fact is,' the! drivel on poultry products it will be best to store. 60o per bottle. """At -
mission schools ::::
'it' is one of the three cities: in the I schools, hospital
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< "Two. year ago my stomach trou- means for-children like these the ad. missionary :
States'which and churches and develop
? # United has that distinction ,, ,
ble got so bad that I was almost con '
R ; Chicago and'' Cleveland being I' work along: every line which opens '

the other The experiment ,haspreven' stantly filled with gas. This mademe DOCTORS SAY up. 'During the next few yearsa
dizzy at times. Last fall I was
"' of the -spent '
large portion money
a success.Tuesday Economy in
almost overCome by one of these ;:dizzy Postum
CALOMEL countries will towards .
night ,Dade City also let THE NEW in these go
,I i spells while driving my c&r. and educating and. training native teacher .
,?' a contract for 20,000 square yard ran it .into a telephone pole, badly 1 BEST \ .1.1and
of 'asphalt pavement which will add S IS MEDICINENew and, evanglit because once t
Boil
,t J< considerably>> to the attractions of the [wrecking the car. A friend recommended prepared to carry on the work, the Postum as long as you please, ': -

: -- -- Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Variety Oiled Cal tab., I Is native teacher Is .more effective than you will extract only healthful i

for ihy trouble. Since taking the Purified and Reiaed From Nauseatuf the foreigner In addition to training g odneaa. You'll get no caffeine- ; 1

first dose I have I steadily improved, and SaHratiiir .Effects native evangelists and teachers the cofJ rug-for there's none ,in 'a

I and feel better now than ever In my Medicinal Virtues Retained and and establishing schools, churches. Postum. \

life." It is .a simple harmless Improved..According. and hospitals, the !Methodist will co- .. \E:
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Ivy\ preparation that remove the catarrhal operate in every way possible with t'

ILllFlA.mSreend. r mucus. from,,the ,intestinal! tract to the world's greatest other missions and work with 'themfor .The Original

"'-- and allay the inflammation which physicians and medical authorities, the furtherance of Christianity.Small t
oubidt S causes practically all stomach liver calomel was the best and most uni t
KxmSieaAlImtodVwpCiB* printing plants in every for-
versally'useful of all medicines. MedJical
intestinal ailments including appendicitis. country expected to play a .
Authorities prescribe calomel for eign are '
' KMT! of City'tend for &I F... .' .One dose will convince 'or almost every disease and explained large part in the great world recon POSTUMCEREAL. ', !

PROP money! refunded. J. Z. Roberson;and that It,w.. the best end surest of all struction program of the Methodists,

druggists everywhere. system purifiers. They say that calomel for in these plant millions of leaflets
I cleanses the liver, stomach, in fact _should be boiled fully 1 15 min. 1

t .. . .. . .... ..... . .. .. bowels and kidney and purifies the will 1 be printed and distributed broadcast utes and if desired the pot can 1Je.
blood from all poison, making' the throughout each country. i:

: system pucft..and clean.eo.that nature But printing plant, missionaries, kept going from meal to meal adding .1 t

||II can quickly restore the !health. hospitals and schools mean money, more Postum and water for the .
od rgcy .Now that science has calomel new.
lit j RealTstate l Insurance of all its nanseatinpr purified and dangerous *- and to do thing plfnned in the survey service. a

Grill cost nearly $20,000,000-the
. qualities the new kind of .calomel !'
., _. called ''Calotaba-i....ejren more remaining $4,000,000 of the $35,000- Postum is the favorite large numbers

r < We have a well selected list of propertiea for sale, among' which popular than the--oUUJte --liver- 000 going to the annual conference of former coffee-drinkers and can be _ __

,aTe some. Very. attractive Farms. Ranches, Orange Groves, business cleanser 'and system purig-er Calo- mission and the Board, of Church secured from -
tabs old everywhere.
are more effective than the grocers
R t buUdiftar"And dwelling, all in! Osceola County and each: proposition' style calomel yet are entirely .de Extension. However though It will -- W
x listed at its minimum :value; some inc ide all take great million to do the 4i
." \ necessary farm equip lightful in effect. One Calotab at a many I Two
r1 ,.: ment We also can offer exceptional bargain in Kissimmee and St.. bedtime, with a-swallow of 'water-' thing ,they have planned, once trie Sizes, usually. aold.at 15c and 25c:. t

4 ,, Cloud properties now owned by non-resident who are willing to tell that'. all. No nausea, no s.ltsc..nor money i* raised and the} wprt 1: estab- t --

at.. sacrifice, thus offering an excellent opportunity; to invest a little the slightest unpleasantness. JJeKt lished in 'the'various home" and' for .n Delicious t
r surplus capital and benefit morning you awake feeling: fine,with A Invigorating ;
by the increase in value which i is .
".., surer a (hearty appetite for' breakfast. Eat I. "
to come. Call or write na. what you please and go where you Habitual Constipation Cured -- ; -"
r nleaae there i i. no restriction of In 14 to 21 Bay and Healthful Drink '

_' E.A. S trout Furm Agency Inc. habit or diet or danger of salivation. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" 1 Is a specially ,
, Calotabs are sold only in original, prepared! Syrup TODk-Luadve for Habitual
: sealed package; price. thirty-five Constipation. It' relieve 'promptly but uTher 's. '
Manager: ? cent. Your druggist recommends and should be taken regularly for 14 to tl day : a Reason! ,

Florida. guarantee* Calotabs; to induce regular action;i It Stimulate and / .

?1t" oo. your money if you are ,not lighted Regulates.' Very Pleasant.to Taker 60o ... .
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-< my" wife and I began to w

.. w. a more systematic ,-"hoU : ; ., .
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f plan than ever before. I4I6LB5 ,
iA better poultry houses and

better facilities than before

-bethr settings of fine eggs

to better ,.breeding stock; and
-I '" .kept up' this ;Impro omtmf"

:we have* as good or better
other flock of Barred Rocks i

t< ., To our surprise .

... from our-poultry yards J. v...
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car amounted to a little over "I'f' '
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THE ,, _
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.garden we adopted this ,
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and instead of having The 'l longest4--.: ',
FRIEN-LY for five six weeks "
G or 'dur-
lasting benefit
early part of the.summer.we

fresh vegetable frpm Juno the'ereatest' k
H TOBACC *
Br of growing about half an yJt.. ,1rIlP satisfaction for ,.: '

potatoes 'as our family
** kI t9( your sweettooth. .

: THERE may be some things that Q and we last now fall have we potatoes sold 37 '",,-

Ito S ',' can ,done well in-hurry, but t _,_ -
the lame number of milk
N pick in' a, wife an' agein' d tobacco kept then to- provide milk\: WRIGUEY5In

f ain't amongst 'em ; fqr our family, we now .....
1 steady little income amount the'seaiedpackages.'
. In
JoeWe & than $100 each year. .
'
. of buying brooms to do our, .

we now plant just a small ,

put away millions of pounds of fine in broom- ourselves corn, and with be-! Alr-tiaht and

Kentucky Burley tobacco every year, stored last year sold fifty brooms j impurltypro0f.IGL .

E in wooden hogsheads. It ripens two years. dollar each.

: When we take it out it's different-Nature stalls- before-fan-rowing-are now provided -and for ---.. -- '-- -.---- 4
-- --
S has Improved it, good as-'if' was-made it I raising 50 per cent of the SEALED TIGHT '

friendlier, more fragrant, cool-smoking, b now raise 80 to 90 per cent ,see RFECT GUM KEPT RIGHT
estimate the amount of
r v long-burning. 0 grain it will take to maintain
VRIGLEYSJUILY
-during the winter and we
Nature has given it a delicious quality cf ,the acreage at planting time FRUIT "

mildness and fragrance that no artificial the requirements.!
furnishing plan enables WRAPPED: aRIGLEY
means can ever, equal." by producing in- f IN .

Ii r I buying all of the commodi- ,
Ann-": rI
M It's just that extra '
completely'reverses the mon- I
v touch of friendly goodness 'I when you have a little If

to that is building ] of every commodity to sell, SWING GUM P
tMkf' a deficiency that has to be .
up VELVET Tobacco w nQ paid for. / 4
,
into the favor. and geed ";w AND, MRS. A. A. WALKER. ,-

will thousands. of 4 a Relief >or Rheumatic *Pains. Th.e'Flavor' :
smokers who 1 '' you have stifness and sore- :
pipe :
prefer the
muscles, aching joints
i to smoke tobacco =., -1 it difficult to move without r
massaging the affected
cured,in Nature's way fi 1 QI I Chamberlain's Liniment.
the pain and make rest
: You would notice thet possible. Lasts '
ao x
: difference. BY THE MILLIONS .
,I areJore) 'Valuable than -- - '.--- :1 -- 'rove.s- : : ", \

of soda fares do to acquire the use of these 20,000 tele ..chill Tonic !
1st when these taxes trucks, which range capacity from' raetore vitality and energy br purifyuil ajid ... ,, 'IIrequirements
r the blood. You cU feel. Its Straoctknlnt -
richlnl ooo
} ; Roll a VELVET effect, the United States two to five tons, is to pay the loading . Iovl4oratin Kflect.!: Piio SOo. {I.
CigaretteVELVET'S sub-treasuries have been and freight charges.Of /""""" .
,E' ,...
_.,...-aod mildaaa Y. T tK.w. .nlNS1..,, s. PROFIT. With orders for millions of the 20,000 motor vehicles to" be of the.Jaw cap such' :
fnd Mioof AM.M malt itjmmt right ; and these coins are acquired practically free by the that the Bureau of Public-Ro ds-air+#

-ci6f//N to! banks by the bushel. 'To states, 11,000'are new and 9,000 are I not 'distribute any trucks to counties '
.- ; shortage the >enver mints used. but all are declared to' be in, or'individuals.:, '

.. r almost exclusively on serviceable condition. the motors
pieces and an extra'- shift of will,'be apportioned to' states only HOW TO KILL PREACHERS.
has been ordered for the 'upon request of. the tate Highway '
Few people if arraigned in court,
ip -mint. ..::Beginning! May 'I Departments on the basis of the"'requests would tothe charge of ''
plead guilty
jjne-cent pieces will be 'received' from the respectivestates *
Piles Cured la 6 to 1-4 Days I I' Lee County: Truckers bave never Tbs GuInIDe That post lot AffKt ;' daily.-Tampa Times. and in accordance with the killing.' their preachers. Yet many a
such times. pulpit is red with blood of, a\\murdered -
Draada.refund mon ]' If PAZO OINTMENT.111 seen prosperous During aecaew 0'use tonic and lszaN.. .ffMt, provided in the Federal
toc.r.Itchina.Band.. Io.dlnaotProtrudingPues, lone week recently, $3600 was paid TI aaOMO QUININB Ie betterth.u WILL BE FORMED apportionment minister. Multitudes of church 1
J Ikbln PI" and you cso let out to the truck for p.ia.e a.d case sot aid law approved: in 1916. 'The(I I :
: 'tr : ::
.uDtlJ."I- growers pep- .
{ members nobrfchly kill theiiinister's
the fIrIIC a >thtatia.. lo.eoal: I RI 'US'TOWNS IN STATE ..I ;
and alone. I
--..- ___ _. _. _ ______.. .. .pare__ eggplants u___-_ __ .. __ _look: 1o.f_the_..ianaun_ _ of.. S._.w._ ._ x ,influence and'"ambition, but also 4iill
will soon have a skeleton TilE WORLD SEEMED 'him mentally, }morally and physlc l-,,
guard organization upon ly. It is from.this point -of viewthat'

-build the.military to. its old TO BE FALLING OUT some one has.,written.'.the..following! :
.
Platoons will .be 'rules', guaranteeing that if 1 ]lowed

'various parts of the state OF PLACE, HE .SAYS carefully they will .kill, any preacher\ 'ron
Paint Insurance General Christian; but ,- earth. Read them and see if}you ..
'
: \t. are so numerous that LETTER RECEIVED' BT LOCALDRUG are killing your preacher ,

: impossible to place military STORE REVEALS PECULIAR ,tStay 'a't1y' from"church'eepeci., ,
a nil of -the application FEELING THAT A' 'FLORIDA ally, on bad 'days, when., "., j"the. crowd
i : Jacksonville .will have a may be.smalL _- ., *,,? ,_
, _4.. Destruction: of your! property: by fire. is\\r ; of' infantry, this being the ;CITIZEN: 'EXPERIENCED. ,2. Stay away;jfrom \the'Wednesday

i -- destruction by decay and neglect is certain. in the state until the 'Wants' .letter published. night service,because you knp*"there

: authorizes, .the Hopes other'people may be sparedhis will 'be only, )handful present,;,;, #

t': You are carrying' fire insurance, which, : on-oL the national guard I experience, by heeding his advice ,3. When,the service .is'over.ieavethe ::
t basis. It Is expected church ln{a hurry without,speak:
loss :
but does
you against possible_ not The. foUowlng"'Jetter' waa'received
, .. !) will be made for this tog to the preacher,_word,of encouragement. -
.
J.d fire- a few days ago, by Williams" Pharmacy ""*"'* -.
:
1':1' if 1 *! ... convenes shortly; corner'Broad and'Bay.streets, .- *- -f'
gets- one platoon and 4., When you get sick don't lethip., j
: i _.. '. Paint affords positive protection and insures. ', acksonvi(\le, and at the writer's re-
I alainst'decay and deterioration by the elements, in line are Daytona ue'st'is being'published ' 1C know it. and then abuse..him'for,not. ;, ,
r Sa've' sides it increases the value of your 'property and / ; Fort -Meide, -Leelbure, q1 Williams[ Pharmacy, : coming. see'you., cO'1,,,. *
C to its "appearance. (lty. There are also 5. Never invite him I .or his: familyout y
whoseaplicatlon".rill! Jacksonville, Fla.' io'dineln', :your" bomeTbey. never 4
Gentlemen .
t the :-I received the. bottleof ..
!
consideration
favorable enjoy a social hour! M:
; tace : : military spirit: b'a' o been BO Dreco ;you sent me on. April times 9Eh, ',6.: Pay,just as little as-you"jean"': oft-,* ::;. ;v..,
.
taken it three'
and I lave a "
that it
and t ,the state : his; salary, and then grumble'about'
according to directions. I must '
,
i to. locate platoons that. Thin makeo, him feel goody
.I\ that, I was down and out, with
: the ,cities asking for'pe, say: 7* Never 'give .him anything ex-
bead and stomach. I suffered
\ Save All" form them at this time.- ray cept-what you promised.. This night
.Record. very much and got. so dlixy_that,(iteemed. '
,fli: SIN ) make him"think that you..appreciated
r' I .like-the world-was falling out -

: )". 4' ( for every surface that, heeds to be painted; relieves Constipation of place.I w&II.ln.luch? bad. shapes; Mnv7"J. 8. Always"i,have 'some.fool 7 excuse Ida

' t" ,..... i or stained, you'll find a Pee Gee Paint or Finish Loss of Appetite anti that I :was almost past: going but to- work.,, That's ,what.you payy. him for. 4
u \ will ., Half ;,, due to Torpid_Liver.-adv. d : 14th five- after taking
'J', give you lasting satisfaction at lowest cost. ay, -April days work. That's what fay him for.,
, you
I f ,| century of reputation for highest quality i is behind TO GIVE 20,000 this grand medicine, I' say "God 9. Never call at his home. but 4 r
f \, .Pee Gee. Trademark.' TRUCKS TO STATES less Dreco," for .it has saved tny; raise old "fcilly: Cain" because he ,i'' .,

;' ,I : Ask us for FREE Paint Book "Homtt and How to Paint h.tn.e lire; I am enclosing you another doesn't "visit )ou' once or twice'' Js>; b''
;4 \ for Color Cards or write direct to D. C;, May**..---More: money order and want you to.send month- -,

"'''' worth of motor me one bottle of the DRECO HI- JO Dont ever offer tJ.help him in '

i+-- -... ..Peaslee-Gaulbert.., CO., Iw..p.r.''''., Louisville, ,, to be distributed by'"the SPEED N TABLETS. 4f any one any -way.for_tie might think .you '7
:-< ", .
know Dreco 111
: . of Agriculture through the wants to about answer "butting n." .
.. were --
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..J > Public Roads to the State jail questions. -
. Q.ce.o1a.HarJUJare: Company -t t--Act .. eoIoTjrWIi dlfferentIy '
r Distributors for Pee Gee Paint Product departments. These trucks 4.' (Signed) S. McNeal,- -- toward him as you Fels;and he will. : '<
' u I Kbdmmee.F declared surplus by the P. O.' Box 43, Wabassa, Fla. think you are dignified.. t
; and are being, dis Grateful people write' letter almost If these eleven doses fail to kill

the States under the pro- daily, telling of the wonderful him they will undoubtedly break him "
Section 7 of the Post of flee good: Dreco is doing in cases of- lazy from preaching and force him I to i

bill. They must be"I liver, weak kidneys, worn,out stom- leave.-Biblical Record.,
the states on roads con-: aebi and digestion; debilitated
in the whole or In part by nerves,'tat appetite, poor sleep, and 663 has proven it will cure 'Malaria -
for which f 200,000,000 In sluggish flowing blood. Chill) aDd'Fe,..,'Bilious Ferw;
;
Hdlla the 'tai
It
Colds and LaGrippe.
to the .formersppropriatlon All good.druggists; now sell DrecOT parasite-that.causes the fever.' alt W'' +
.imder the and it-is highly recommended in KiaImm '
.to the states a splendid laxative rand_ ,general :Tooic w c ae
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All that the states ,must ai lby the-,Cszitral ,.DragStore.. -(Adv.) "> .' , ">
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FOUR THE KISSIMMEE VALLEY; GAZETTE.- .'.,FRID4Y.= MAT I'. l'ltflSSMMEE .. ....... :. -" ", "

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KISSIMMEE TO THE OCEAN.: :E VENTS' AT -COUNTRY ,ClUB ')00" 00 U"" 100 00..000 i 0 .'to 0 to'O'U' OOO 0'" 00 0 OO '

VALLEY GAZETTE E: I The Watcher in the Treetop 'j AH voters and property __awnei .:-FOR, MR. AND MRS. ALLAN !

.' __ J are requested to meet in the, Gem I.j. '

Every Friday.lit' Theater Fridaynight at 8:300'dockj' Mrs. S. H. Bullock, Mr.. and MnJames '. '
'K....___ Varlet G..Nt Cm iKle y No. f.In for th. Furniture: ,
purpose of org' n1zfna-' A. Allan, Mrv C. F. Burrows, -
'l ma eej, fieri.._ the top of a tall pine the) '
Business Men' Club. Mrs. E. .E .Wells and Hessrs/ Bo]; ._

k : _.. W.> B. H.....;., Pr..l..a* Watcher' sit and'ook1', benevolently! Melbourne is confronted with two and Gordon Bullock*were a pleasant 1
.*' .-' .. .rteryRateai down upon the passing throne; Good ..
., K G Va ABBFW e propositions'which need the immec party motoring out to" the ,country '
e TelyNe: ,;; '. N. .J.' Old Kissimmee il. his home and' 1 he fate attention of the voters- and bus. club Friday a1'temoOlifor\ coif and V 11.1 it, i.i Furniture youwant; we ,have it, All, parties t.
loves it. No word of.ills even though '
s.b.ertptl.. I ness men 'of. {his town, namely; the five o'clock tea.., A' heavy downpou -... contemplating buying anything In ourlinein the..near
-itJbe.k.criticism\ will .ever be a knock, "_ ;
One" Co.yil.r. :' r= r..i7ftOn '" Kissimmee To The Ocean' Highway: of rain drove the golfers oft the link .
Copy, Six Month--- ..... 1.1 6ot for the knocker is an ungrateful l, and "future will do well to ice us, a* we shall give -
y. . thefollowing and amused
On* Copy ThreeMtuithe. -.. .1 necessary pqbli they themselves wit!!: "
creature that should never be .
slimy "
- improvements: within th'J'C'tywater' music and general'' ,conversation and .

, !' anthorlted All ,feommunlcatton correspondent.c..t must from our tBignod tolerated. * '* works and. ,'sewerags systems and tea at "the club. 'The afternoon wa: .Speciallnducem nts 'to Those

4r by the wrlt ,, ... Rejected mutter will not b. returned Did you- see the look on the facedf ,' < MMMMMMMM mMMM mMMMMMMMMM B"B"BM B"MMM"""B
.bl.... called for. that mother the other day when the planting of shade. trees throughout left"Tuesday for their' .:Toronto home i\ .. -

(Entered' in the fostofflce .t Jl:1..lm.: she received the telegram announ< the town; Wishing Pay CashFor
tnee, Florida, .. eecond-clit\ *. tnatter). Ing' that her soldier! boy from over Melbourne has reached" the cross 1 KISSIMMEE K. P. VISIT' &T.I' .

the sea had landed in New York? 1 1is It roads. Either we go forward or we DORA. '

one of the things that cannot be go backward. Co-operation is- nee- I' { every Fifty Dollars worth of goods bought Tor cash. t
,
,described; but it seemed somehow "I essary to give us the proper standing District Deputy F. C".Bryan- with e

though a little glint of heaven' had of the 'Midway City", of the East party; of fellow K.'P. men, from KIs we will give .

lit right down here in Kissimmee. oast-and to provide! a highway; simmee motored lo. Mount Dora Frl Af'

5. from KT sil1'mee..to! the Ocean. day :'to conduct district meeting: A I One Rocker

Our court house Is surrounded .by; The meeting called in the Gem! fine session and the usual festivities Large Mission

: .' a noble company of oaks that* are >a Theater last week was lrneraJly'); occupied, the evening,. W. R. O'Nea!: 'I', Retail Value

aqs delight to' every lover of the forest misunderstood, and many participated of Orlando; 'who feV 'me nb t -01 the $7.50 .

( Pyyor The Spanish moswtltaf"hangs from who did not intend to become Supreme Lodge .of the K. of P., was Besides we ,will make the prices on anything in our linettractive.

lA1'E PROS their limbs makes them Jook. de. members. of the organization. The< present and gave a splendid talk on ., i

-, . cidely picturesque but we are told< meeting Friday night, this week, will matters of interest to the lodge >i

',-,, \ that it .is a distinct menace to the be no joke, so business men'and vot- I Those in the party were: W. B.. '
'
11 : -FRIDAY MAY If 1919 life of the trees. It is all right for ers are urged to come out and boost Crawford, Lane Paulk, Verna' Ellis,. I > l

::1 Longfellow to sing about 'trees, for a greater Melbourne. Let ut organize Joe Jeffords, J. "M." Gardner, W. H.Peak C. H. GRANTHAM ::: 1 I
"Bearded with moss, in garment our forces and! work for ;a ;.( Slor.
Come on all you fans, the base ball and Johnnie Schmidt.
: ., season is here. !green, indistinct in the! twilight," and maximum of improvement. with a I i

s: all the rest of it; but the Watcher minimum of taxes. VICTORY LIBERTY LOAN '
I, home thinks that old oaks need We're on for Kissimmee-To-- .
grand
+ : All the by Augussounds our CENT
77 PER SUBSCRIBED
; mighty !good. hair cut. The-Ocean Friday night. ( .
p I
-- ''a *--* BUSINESSMENOSCOMMITTEE..-
The Victory Liberty Loan" Cam-I!
When convenes will the< Our city council _wrought. wisely; -In Melbourne Times. !
s ? congress paign closed last Saturday,' the 10th .j
when, they passed the curfew: ordinance.
1 members of that body remember how ,
to
and repeal It will make for better child- SOUTHERN BAPTISTS MAY according general arrangements. ., .. j
o'clock
I
early seven conies
Approximately 77 per cent of the
the daylight saving law ? hood in our- city, and every parent ESTABLISH INDIAN MISSION quota for Oscieola, county was sub I l
and guardian should assist in mak- t1'
scribed. While the who in'
men were
r3, The Kissimmee young men 'are< 'ing effective., The council also or- The I'queatlon of establishing a mission 'charge of the drive desired to seer I ," .

"going wild" about base ball and! it' dered that the curfew hour be indicated among the Florida Indians has I
the county go over the top they see
,i now looks aa though a splendid team each evening by blowing the< been before the Southern Baptist no way of adding to the 1 loan alradyt : '

would be organized here. fire whistle. It is'related that an 'churches for several years; James secured.In II
3 estimable citizen retired early the< M. Willson Jr., who is a member of:
the first 1\0 Liberty Loans Os-
' y "The Mailed Fist' Peace Treaty" ii first night and, was sleeping soundly; the State Mission Board has been I,
1 ceola exceeded her and .
greatly quota
the way Germany views the terms when the unearthly screech cut loose sprnser for the movement and has I '

Well, what kind of n treaty did they He instantly found himself astride had the support of Dr. A. J. Holt, since that time has made a poor,. CHILDREN'S SHOES -
showing, compared with other coun-
r expect would justly terminate sucha the footrail of his bed, shouting to and others. Three years ago at the< .
ties.
war. ]know where the fire was. The fin annual convention at Arcadia the con- We have them in -all style and price Bring the kiddies .
u the vention went record approving -'
whistle was installed to arouse on
: PICNIC FOR OUT OF TOWN in and let us fit them.
churches all
The Methodist over .
idea .
city when help was wanted to quell the Indian mission but before

the.country will begin the great Cen- the fire-fiend"and should be kept for tiny; action was taker the war cameon GUEST. For the Grown Ups Our Line ""
..
tenary Missionary drive Sunday The that purpose. When it is time to call and everything was at *+t.. stand !
has X delightful trip to Lake Conway AI.er -
Fa carefully -- Complete
local
organization hers i* :
the kiddies in, don't let the great fire\ still. .

y organized its forces and are waiting siren scream at them but use the Recently the subject has been revived was arranged Thursday James'' Ladies' Hrgh--Grade Dress Shoes ____----____from $1.00 to S 9.00 "

I for the appointed "hour to arrive to smaller whistle, gentlemen. and is beginning to take definite last week 'in honor of NJrs. Men's High Grade Dress Shoes ____----____-_from $3.0(1:) to $10.00 "
Jr. who has been the
Masters guest
begin activities. S shape Mr. Willson conferred Men's Work Shoes _____f __u u___from $.\\,00 to S 6.50 V
I of D. G. Wngner and family.
MERRY PARTY FOR YOUNGERSET. with Frank 'E. Brandon, special! .
+ Dakin ditch from I swim in lake followed #
avenue drainage A the by a '

J Church street to Broadway: is tp be I I '. his agent visit to the here Florida Saturday Indians and during met tempting supper eaten, round a bonfire FRED S. GIL BER T'I

:.e covered, so say the city council. This I \ were features of the evening. I:
L merriest of the with strong encouragement Mr
One of the events .
will be good news to the entire population \ I Enjoying the event were Mrs. D. -. -
+ Brandon heartily 'approves of the - -
of tho city, for as a menace to week was the! "In-door nutting party" acres G. Wagner and daughters Misses :: ,. -
stated that 160 of the :
and
j health and safety to travelers rtis_ given by the younger set at the plan land the east side of Maude Alice and Aaah C. Wagner, o (+ _. i. "
on
,a the home of Mrs. Westfall, Friday even- government Waite 1 ,
r bad enough but perhaps impression Mrs. Masters, Mrs. J. Tucker,
Lake Okeechobee would be set aside "
It has given't new comers who ing. *"" Miss Lola Lawler, Messrs. H. S

p- have gazed with repulsion on that I Misses Alpha WestfaU and Jean- for the mission. Todd A. W." Gustus and Byron OH POSE
have the support
The project must
"eye sore" has been productive oft ette Prevatt were hostesses and had! V Ames.
of the Home .Mission Board which '
clever nutting contest.
mote evil than all else. arranged a '
1 whioh was a ."bushel of fun" 'am! represents seventeen or eighteen GOVERNOR CALLS ON SOUTHTO .

Kissimmee has been designated a* made a happy' Beginning) Qf the sv: Southern states 'Dr.: A. J, .Holt of HELP SALVATION ARMY '

an 'official .landing' place for the ,,ening. In the contest"which tested Arcadia > is In Atlanta this week attending I .... "Comfort Discomfort
'! the Southern Baptist' convention or
Aerial Mail service .by --.the government , the;guests' knowledge of'n1o; 'Wi'rt.' Governor T. W. ketf'of North {

provided she can furnish the ,Miss Dorothy Wells and Irlo Brori- and'will'take'up.the matter Carolina; has given his''official en t

. required equipment for such a sta.- Bon &eived the! best marks and were with Dr. Gray, secretary of the dorsement to the Salvation ArmyHome When using a Waterbury Chemical Toilet one has all the comfort -

tion. A number of Kissimmee' business !- awarded silk handkerdhliefs as pri- Home. Missionary department. > Fund campaign' which will be
compiled in indoor Hush closet without its
The general plan is to arrange a an l plumbing up-keep i,
men have been striving for this ces. Peanuts tied with red. and yellow conducted May 19.26 and calls upon 'f',
,
of Dr. Gray and Dr. Holt } or large water bills. f :
o for, some time and all that is needed were served and when opened they meeting the people of the South to contribute ,, I
M 'I.".the co-operntlon ot the people in.,.: were found to contain numbers, to with Mr. Willson at Kissimmee. Mr. 'generously to the cause. 1Ira 1- '

. Y .overcoming' an obstacle or two It provide 'partners for the refreshments Willson would send word to the Indians His statement follows: using an obsolete privy one .. discomforts pertaining 't',' t'

>e :.1*, Tp.to. Kissimmee lIct.w. j[,!which, wereserved in the diningroom" to meet the party at-some I spot]I "A Man may be down, but he's to it. bstdes maintaining an ill smelling nuiiance. One is, sold on a :, t
''would select ,
"
Ntit-Ice ream 'and eake''were and they together .a never out." This slogan of the,J5al- guarantee to be absolutely sanitary.- and the other-..td1o .be. under'j t .

'.. Time was wben Kissimmee was renowned enjoyed then the young people gathered suitable location for the mission ration Army adequately expresses favorable conditions. ,

1 a* being at the 'g-ateway of around the piano to sing popular -' I the faith of its officers and enlisted --7" "' '

one of the best fishing grounds in songs for the remainder, of the M. E. MISSIONARY: SOCIETY personnel in the saying graces of -'

Florida, for the TohopekaHg-as and evening. MEETS AT MRS. PFANN'S Christ Jesus; a faith that has led --Thej1'terburr-Chemical(' Sanitary Indoor Closet '

the adjoining lake were fairly team'I At: the 'party w 're: Misses Lois M' hem: to the uttermost parts of the ..

ing with fish. A determined effort OYentreet, Lillian Harris, Percie Ol- The* Missionary Society of the earth and produced result among h: EDMUND SWABEY, Agent 4, 3

p la.being made to bring about this ver,,, Margaret KentonFr'edacbwei-. E. Church! held the regular literary men of all colors and ra e.. Th BOX C 2. '

A condition once more by stopping the kart, .Jl nette Prevatt; Gladys Grif- and .social meeting of May at the Salvation' Army 'la now established ? KISSIMMEE. FLA.

seining! This week. the first batch In\ Elizabeth Led tter.' Dorothy home' of Mrs. Plan Wednesday af- In almost every nation. What abqut ,. I
with Mrs. J. Z. Roberson, !O"O'.U.! ..tO.o. u 0 0 01 0 0 ..ooo. 0 0 to 0000000010\ S.
t ) of small black bass Were received ,Wells; and Messrs. C. H,: Summer, ternoon, its lJ1a1nten'anee' .
t
from the government and are now :, Burton and Byron' Ames, Stratton eader. "TSe 'Salvation 'Army needs rnnnlions. -

r i deaporting themselves 'In the placid Story?, James Oliver, John Graham, I After the devotional service, the ., Surely- If its soldiers .spend of* 'tires SUPPLY, eta CO'HEN\ER'80N.' FORT. MYERS CYCLE, FLA.. Why Not Spend Your Vacatloa 7.1: r

n I. waters of our fake. )t should'' '; '''" moa Akerman, Joseph Sears,\lrl{ report of the delegates from the so- themselves in' the service of humanity 11-et. MERCER

matter Cf sectional pride to prevent Sronson and Belton Bass. riety to the State Missionary conference : thenten and women of the South BUFF ORPINOTON Duck -B... for HEALING

t ,y 4 / them' being seined' ovU0 I at Lakeland was heard. will see to it that ,the, troops on 'the aal. anywhere",08 per setting la Florida of .It,Fancy postpaid SPRINGS / ,.

-.- -,- I W. B. HIGDON DIED At BARTOW lira. G. W. Persons read a very Mtttle front1\ 'arc supplied with the stock the rear round Urine >train.

: w,.. AGENT OF FLORIDA .-. Eontplete andinteresting review ''of neans-of waging in sin-in-it Address F. A.- 8trouXI.jllmm.. .. Up DJ.Jt MOUNTAINS OF WEST r
kSFECIAL The many KisslmmfeeVft-icnd' of ..... war : Fla.. R. F.' D. No. t-tf I ',:

i fi'' INDIANS, ,VISITS KISSIMMEE I "W. B. Higdon will learn, with' regret the' Lakeland meeting, covering tvqy..ianeof nost .unlovely forma. 'Not all of..as RAISE) RABBITS will give you lie and VIRGINIA,ltIpu,cool where The the water air la Ie pure cool w. :, .
This
l.. the conference. to the aid of the soulmired , per II>. for all you raU from my:
can .parkUac
>f his' death which occurred at the CO at tour month. old RuJa. and pare{ ea-Ilot "be a ip- ,
rr ._:Frank E, Brandon of Fort Myers home of hi* sister, Mrs. H.' M. Swin-' was followed. by a comprehensive ,rap;' but we can help support,""*the rstoek-Red ''Rabbttrv:7JrClt&n-a: avenue ana 'aaae4 for tile cure. of stomach kid- !
talk,from Mr*. J. II Overstreet who ': Hth Bt.. s\. Cloud' Fla. 11-,t-pq. aey, bladder
.'who is special agent forthe Florida ion, in Bartow Sunday. efforts of those who, do. ... " or any form ef akin disease.
Indians was also a delegate [ "Rescue' maternity ;bospLtale FOR' 8ALE-A'canarr bird ahd car ; makes) one feel like a new
in homes
town ,
was Friday and Saturday Mri; Higdon was in'-chargs of the. : For
the Will ell! ehcag JI l> nnlnr. III persoa. booklet'of Information
the feature of proaramwaa'a
'of
: ,:when be was the guest. of Western Unionoffice at Jacksonville One industrial.toines.: "orphanages, Brack fltreet.Tj_ *_ll-lt-pd. 'address, R. G. MeadOr-Prop'r. a&

,t 't ;Barnes: )I. Willson Jr. rat had gone to Bartow to rest and beautiful vocal, solo: rendered nurseries, ,shelter for. the ..homeless FOR '''r> cow that arlvcsplnty Atheil.. W. Va.

a r 'Mr. Brandon'relatedan; interesting recuperate "from, an attack of'flu.' bT. Mis Ethel Roberson.. and the unwanted are but feast: tb milk Henrr Blaardsu. lltf Mrs. XT B. Morrlsoii, assistant. MIII'

1 story of what I II being done for his Miss Mattie Bandy,' who U. a, sister During -the. business routine, when Salvation Army institutions which NO EXTRA CHARGE}-Phon. or writ '

'Nr: .charge in the way, of making them of Mrs. Higdon, went to BartowSunday the: president, "'Mrs. C. H, Summers) have made!* rood;, and Bam I'll old coma n".' dollars./No rates No laprlc mU....... .. NOTICE PUBLIC

more proeperons. ,. and remained, With the fam' yeftided.. it was .voted to do away Tour Friend and. Tun.. wade thTanefr JO
'' ..... with the). custom of hoVHnf" 'talent Orlando. Ift-St-pd.( The
i e stated that 'at the partnership
) present de- U ly till after the. body was laid to corporation
he teas; each month 'during the summit Classified Advertisements MONET TO LOAN-On real e>...te mown .. the H.
"partment
represented'wa. "fenc beside that of his father in-the W. Clark Hat
test
sale.to and : 'ing .a seventeen thousand acre tract Bartow- cemetery. j, season, and 'to'substitute food I I I KUslmnxe.. Fla. '_ll-Ht-pa. Co.. has been mutually. dissolvedand .

,. end expect to .t ek.it_ with'. good catv Mr. Higdon leaves;: a wife and"inrolaughters. raise the funds usually collectedn.this.way. FOR. sALE OR ECHUfiE.AN : FOR 8AX.S--On* Emerson Typewriter the Parcel Post Florida and
T.-' -- - - --- MrK.Roberson invited ? visible, :
model three
:; ; aa food as new general l.Msil Order buslnessu.wJlL '
Miss "Kathleen' TTigdon :
.
,h the Islffln to continue holding -the BJXCEliENT"Apaf tmentwell _House; -Apply Valley-i-Qaaette. f .
'the Indiana are encouraged to mod conducted by Mr. A. U Bennett
and Mrs. Nettie Barthowf of Jack located practically new '
' p&& lales at the' Roberson drugstore, : little over "..OtlDpel' FARMERS-Send today for a free sample '
: 'bringinga under the
jperfotm'the :labor of getting out the lonyille. :i ern.'anaum.valu.t at.-'i..000. free .oopy of the Florida Farmer and Srm name; ot'c.. & B,, .,,
' fence' post, etc. as far! a* possible Mrs. Higdon will make her home and the ladies"gave Mr.\Roberson a from debt; own.r an elderly part -Stockman published at Jaekeonvllle. Hat Co. .
vote of thank for his courtesies. for good property Tells about -llveetock ralalnc. dalryInr. "
to exchange
deelrvs
.and are paid for their services. with her mother.here,. Mra., BandrtiThe In Florida and come South forhealth's poultry citrus fruit and truck. Year work will be' done under
.+: .When the on its Mrs. Roberson and Mra. L. HL In- lag'twice a month at 100 per year Mr. Bennett's
t ,, project .Is feet bereaved family -who are all : k'e.ld-'ne. three years for 1100. Only livestock personal supervlsr
all Indiana who show 'any aptitude well known' here h.vebe sympathy cram .were named committee to arrange '- K>Kansas ME GOOD City to..xcbange-tor- propertyIn Florida and general farmlnsr. "paper, la the ion a* heretofore. "'. .
Write oda,. "
:for cattle raising will, be,.allowed to of the community. V for sales by appointing cornmitteeseach OroDSrtySPLENDID Ranoh' and stocked states AGENTSVAMTED ;
CATTt.E :
lay stock of his to be month. barsalnfor FaR BALK-.. -baad Ford ear. Bead for our Price List and -
sale at
: own paid for Mr. Higdon was well known to with cattle for a '
attractiveprleea. .Osceola Motor
The afternoon concluded pleasantly Cor ,rood, Income property Illustrated '
+ V '.. in, a certain. number of years at so many of >our, older residents) having very exchange North. ; .- r .Co. sof'areadway.DWELtfiOS Catalogue! ;
,znueh These will be brand- with a social hour when, Hrs. IMALX FARM with rood; wro". for I C. & B. HAT'CO V
per year. lived here;in the pioneer days of the partieuian -for .r.... Apply to It .
U.'a'Irs' you
fr 'std with hill;; own mark and brand. 1eity, when The was employed in the. Pfann and Mrs. M. Tiller who were and I. free Uet booklet. Tiller.. 4 f t 121 rut $t Jlttp011.f167room ;'.

.. ,ti: ''r ShonU, the ,enterprise 'prosper it local. railroad offices. Joint hostesses' served delicious home JIJB1.SOI RiAtTY1 COMPANY FOR RENTro house furnished; Ir.
u .. mad. cake*jknd punch. ( II-room house furnished; houee- .
serious'rques- ) "" ...' '
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'tionOfbroad'indmat 'Twenty-nve ladle at keeping> worn.; -.nfurnl.bed dwel- c.bousa and.kttehen,:. J:Aiso,It ?'
'' *,were present, ,B1.'J1 ;t
t 1 for the Red Un_ Mra vrella. tf.8AL1DlIIl'lIty' head of cattle
; Gadsdea County:. Practically. all WANTED -AT ONCBI and a good bunch ot
j 'raga ,of Florida; ,' but he,would, earn/the shade crap'of .tobacco' has been this. meeting N'e., "',. !.- ..:;<'rauet band be bteyelea In:(rood-condition. ore bicycletram. : TOR. t awea 1:11 acres range FarmlDC bop tools 1_and"lmpl.menta.l5J., rV .

_' \ ,a\*' urplus i-.rJ1lda."eou14 be;, j>nt; Into. set..* There are seWral.flne field of : nor........r.lKrokeA. rlma. wanted. I cleared and vnder' f....' S aerea In eate4.n..arwK.nansvllle. Price $,,610.-' f dV
:.'.". -. '. Subscribe: "for th ., UslmmeeVal- .Write v. at once .tatloprice.Bame .) 'bearingoransr* arrorerwerth ball **1110* *erms-1 suit. B.fit" .
'r; ; 'V',65...,oar .Mead''''_ other. ; tDsUtatioDJf, 'f.:1': :.* j w.\.P..t "l. ._..u r _ ,. Icy.. Gazette, .. ."..- ,--. ',"_ t J l! ...r. makei Of wheel.- condition 11 of cypress timber.j n traett four H. Oill:, KenaosvlU. 11''''. ,,It'lliu t,
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.>. .. . <0.. ..Q..ee. 0 . ... Bathing Caps:: at Central Drug':' Casino' Thcatfc MRS.fi1TUCCQR.... : CIVES: ,; ( It

Store.. htxr: rw' PICNIC FOR FACULTY. .' iy,

rWeathcrReporti I L. U: Zimmerman of St. Cloud was 1, IC ,. "'
lii Week of.May, 19th ''The.,, faculty the .Kissimmee ,
town bu.ineu'"l'hund.lY.
on
Honest .
< returned Matinee 4:30. '. 'J '''f J Night,, 8:15 school,waa shown 'a very, pretty; courtesy : Peopletnay ,:
B.' Crawford from : :
W. : '
MONDAY .f last Saturday'when ')Srl. .J. J. :
-, .
_Following daily Norma Talmadge .
are :tempera- Tallahassee W nead.f Afternoon. In ..
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tore and precipitations as re-. "THE-SAFj3TY.-QURTAi t.- Tuckers,invited themto be her guestson I '
ported by Government station Mrs. J. J. ,May, who, has' been on JOtIEplaod.* of "HOUDINI: anr: all d.y. picnic. make "

'at Kisslmmee fo-; the week ending an extended visit to her son in New TUESDAY Early in the forenoon four ,cars : :

Thursday May 15, 1919: Orleans, is expected" .to. return home BIUrv, 'TllAot.J: ; ANt THE 'LION." loaded,with merry makers .left Kis ,

Max.'Mln.,'' Rain next week Qaumr .QraphioWEDJdCSDAY> simmee on their mlssibn/ of pleasure, .

:Thursday __..__ 90...66Friday I| Hear Freda JemlNolL..t1Ie..N! w
,__._*?, '88 67 .3( Edison. She's great. Central Drug, Mutt"MISS a J.rr nuLCIK In FRdM'. DIXIE' '"" Egypt;, ,Spring. or HKlsslngeV .

Saturday. ....__ 82 ,68 Store::: ',A' CQW8 HUSBAND. Springs,"'as it is' better .knoWII. 'near. ". .
'
Sunday, _...__. 90 63 ,. THURSDAY Bartow. : ,. - ; :" ...
J. VanDUrer left Tuesday
I Mrs. F, -
Tom Mix In
-t Monday _.__ ,92 '66Tuesday OF LAW.'', swim .Wlt h' .:": .
? on a week's visit with 'her oldtimefriend THE COMING THE The. l'.fJ'rihlnI'L in,, the pool : us'0 .
.
Harold. Loyd. Comedyi. -- .. ....... .. .
_...... 93 rfWednesday Miss Bertha Twichell, at St.: FRIDAY } when MlartfyTield( full sway,followed -- -- ' .. ... ---;' -"'- -- -- .

u.. 88 67 .73 :Petersburg. Frank"Keens'.THE SILVER In' OIRL." by a, sumptuous dinner eaten in true MR., EDISON his laid tb't..music.. next to reliiPon.'is", ,

OOOOO oooo.O..OOO.. .1 i t Hatching Eggs For Sale-Genuine, Gaumont New and Arbuokl. Comedy. picnic style, will l linger long in the. .... humanity's. greatest tolace.. '. ,r
of' guests
SATURDAY > Mrs. Tucker's -
Ferris strain of Vhiteleghorns. ; $f.75 inenTOry
,
per setting. A. E..' Thomas. 9tf.. June. THE EldrldK LOVE.In DEFENDER'" J Miss Almena Leitner's sisters, Mrs No life i i. complete without music. No! home is a''' ,.
ITEMS 3rd Rpl.ode '*>f H. J. Fletcher end Mrs.\ W. D. Den-
OF A WEEK I F. l;. Corfper of Orlando, accompanied THE SILENT: MT8TBRY" real home without muiic. .
*1 ham .of Bartow learning of the -
proximity
; by W L"Paulk,motored via Klssimmee 8unblue Comedy .(
-
of the Kissimmee crowd,
to Deer Park on a business Coming;_Hrart* of Humanity, Mickey the NEW EDISON
Ronnnnce And Tnrmon phoned to them at the springs invitIng
,_ _.
W. R. Godwin of St. Cloud was in trip Monday_. -- -
them to make a stop in Bartowon -Soul" "
r town on business Tuesday. I I I Mrsj A. J. Brown and children who For your eyes sake, use ,.Lavoptik.It's their home.' The invitationwas 7'110. "Phonograph. with m .. >
way Bathing Caps and Water/} Wlrigs have spent the past seven months. fine. For sale-_by Central Drug* gladly accepted and the pleasant brings into your home With' absolute fidelity to the original 1;

at Central Drug Store. Phone 41. here with her parents, left 'Wednesday Store. '.,_4_ hour at the Fletcher home was the songs of the world's: greatest singers The New Edison ' .: ;

". ;J Wayne Ward returned the drat for her home near St. Paul Mrs. C. F. Faires and son, Carl, of in the nature! of a reception, Victrola ( is the world, supreme' musical instrument; It is"capable J ,

part of the week from a trip down Minn. Atlanta, are .expected here today or music and !general conversation .
of brightening and enriching' home life. Why : 1
r 1 the east coast. '. J I A. S. Nelson returned home last Friday tomorrow on a visit to Mr. and Mrs.. amusing the party while they were your
do you delay), Why not fill home'with the elevate ]
'. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Spier and family from an extended trip to Kansas W. B. Crawford. refreshed with punch and cake. your ,

i ; have returned from Georgia and ,I City, on business, and reports an excellent -> "Till We. 'Meet Again"; rendered The members of the party who enjoyed 'y ing and inspiring influence of .good. music' ? -- Y

1 are occupying their home on Mabbett fruit crop in the North, and right on "The II| Phonograph with -a'' this lovely day were Mrs. Y ''

: .Btreet. i the business out-look for: Florida Soul," at Central Drug Store.C Tucker: Misses Almena Leitner,. An- Does Money Stand. inthe "

b- Mr, and Mrs Tom_ Jackson .of De- very bright. _. Dr. -Pr Phillips.the-'-well.-known{ nieWhitner,Belle-Cooper: ( ;;-Peanor: I-- -- r. : ; -- --- '-. '

- Land were week-end visitors at the f I{ the writer of the article signed fruit and cattle dealer,, of Orlando Moseley Pattie Martin Nellie Me- way.? r
i .. ...
1'. Steed home. "Mr*. Jackson is MM. "Taxpayer" will furnish this office ,was attending to business matters in I Quarrie Margaret Veach, Lola Law- -- ,
Steed's. daughter 'with. his or her identity it will appear Kissimrnee Wednesday.; I ler, Lillian Prentis, Cleo Wooldridge, Perhaps yid are paying. for Liberty' Bonds. Possibly -

, Mr. E. L. Lesley, one of Kissira !ift 'o.c next issue. We do not print Men's nieeting at the Methodist Virginia Tiller, Louise Thomason, for some other reason you. ate a little.hit h.rd.up. Mr. '

'f mews progressive and sterling citicens i- 'anonymously signed communicationsunless' Bungalow 'next' Sunday afternoon at': Cecelia Overstreet M. C. Bryan Lil Edison has said to u*-give every honest man and woman -

'I i :. )... visited Orlando today on ,b uslJness. ' w know' the author., 4 o'elock.s1U1 men and boys cordially ly Dale Ruth Clark Meddra Rus, a change to have" good,,jnutic. We lay to' you-if

. .-.Reporter-Star. .. ,' : r;I i/l5vrsO/B.:: .\ ;Falls and twjo' daughters invited l ,to be present. sell)), Emma Yowell Elon Guice AI\Edna:\: you love music-and if you heed music,come*,in tomorrow
Schweikart Helen Bass >ina .
Rev. O. B Falls left expect to leave next Wednesday for Mrs. Howell Bass and daughter }
: Tuesday select the initrtiment you want and tell us how you can ,
Smith, Inez Carson, Mrs. F. C. Bryan -
extended visit with relatives in
.' for Atlanta to attend the an Miss Trixie and T. J. Mills motored
I morning conveniently for it.
'. also Mrs. Trammel! and Mrs. F. C. most pay
York. She will
Southern Baptist "convention. He. will Nevi spend some to Kenansville Wednesday to spend
time in Boston and in Washington John Baisden and fam- 1 Edwards. Master Joe Tucker was CENTRAL
not return before next Tuesday. the day with DRUG STORE'Of
the mascot of the trip.NOTICE.. P
D. C., where she lived for some time. t
Dr. J. A. McCarthy and H. Bar- ily. .
A riere were among the ;residents of I L'-A-V-O-P-T-I-K for your eyes. Mrs. DeWilton Alderman and small '' AGENTS -

the Shingle Creek: section in town Use it this summer to keep your eyes daughter, DeRheta, who have been 'I' The undersigned Banks will closeon 1O4 Broadway '

Tuesday morning b'1 business. well. For sale by Central Drug the guests of relatives at Avon Park each Thursday afternoon at 1 :00 iR

-: 1>. 'V. Alderman returned Satur Store. for some time, returned home Mon- ''p. m. until further notice : .- '. ."

day form Okeeihobee City, where ho I Councilman George W. Fox and Citizens Bank of K.isoimmee.J r

..- has been assisting his father with his wife left Tuesday morning for I day.C.. II Funk, one of'our moss progressive State Bank of IClssimmee .!. -,'
the tax assessor's books. Knoxville Tenn., where they will farmer and fruit 22-1 t. I -
county growers
1 spend the next few weeks. Mr. Fox Mr. Funk PRESBYTERIAN rLADIES: wiit..(; youth\."."he secretly loved, ate,, just
the
Tuesday.
of Sunday was in cty
delegation
rQuit a
went
stopped off at Atlanta to attend the PARTY FOR MR. AND MRS. GIVE SOCIAL TUESDAY invto win him.
better than
.:. 'school workers motored to St. Cloud |says his grove Is looking \ How she succeeded this gentle t
.. the different Southern Baptist convention wherehe ever before and has put on a mammoth JAMES A. ALLAN OF TORONTO I'
!" ry yesterday representing from the First The Presbyterian ladies will give a Southern girl in the hostile atmosphere
: . ,- churches at the Sunday school convention was a delegate crop of fruit. He also has t
.. Baptist church of Kissimiftee. tI to watermelons Mr. and Mrs. tL_A. Briggs entertained "spend the evening" social at the of the home"of a Northern un-
y there. ttfenty serfs) planted ; Monday night at their home Hart Memorial building Tuesday.ev 'icle estranged from her father since .

,:}. -\;;. .. .. Mrsu WayneWard: andson "Billie"! I day Capt.from J. General W. Simpson Hospital returned No. 2 Mon-j and, which he says are looking fine on Mabbette street in honor--of Mr. ening, May 20th. A' literary and ,the Civil War," is told i in"Miss Dulcie s !t

?..., left Wednesday of last week for her, MeHenry\ Md., having received his promise a large yield. and Mrs. James A. Allan of Toronto, musicalprogram will be rendered From Dixie" the Vitagraph picture 6
home m' New York city. Mr. Ward' honorable; discharge-from the Dental I W. B. Crawford of Kissimmee, son who have been their guests this win- and refreshments served. ({which will be seen in the Casino

will) remain here with his father C. During the last six months hehas 1'of Hon.. H. Clay Crawford, secretaryof ter. Mrs. Allen is Mrs. Briggs' sis- The public is cordially)) invited to Theater on Wednesday next '

W. Ward for ahile. corps. in state, is among the recent prominent ter. '' be present. Gladys Leslie, star with the "'n iI-

':*' S.V Morris Harkn ss *' of Jacksonville;" been exclusively wounded men.employed He will arrivals at the capital. Ile{ is circulating No 'set program was arrangedfor. lion-dollar smile"' has a most effective ',

W spent last week here the .guest of patching up new offices here in about among the lawmakers, and : the evening.music contributing > )LCIE-DISCARDS ETHICStrr.BAtTLE role as Dulice and is supported '
open up Bill
his old homefolks here. always
: weeks.Mrs 1 largely_ to the amusement of the : FOR SWEETHEART layC'4
two ,
returning tries make it convenient to be in '
.
I.a to _. - ---
each guest being asked to -L.:; :;
company
M. L. Meadowswhftha\ been Tallahassee -this time each
college] friend of the; mayor's. I M.I .aborftf take some part. Dulcie didn't recognize ethics in aldson James Morrison and Julia ."a t
the guest of her sister, Mrs. H. He hasn't lost the love for Jt
Mrs. H. W. :Powers, who has'spent ;year A delicious ice served with assorted winning 'a sweetheart. She believedall :Swayne' Gordon.' The story is from
for the winter left Tuesday be-
Breaker he in his days, '
youthful
' a. number of winters here has left I accquired cakes, conducted: .this pleasant wiia. fair in love, etc., and when the novel of the same name by Lulah
in Chattanooga, Tenn. I
for her home such'
he to
fore cutting a .
caperIn
for her, ome irt ClevelandOhio; Her in got event., a hostile\ aunt .and a beautiful stage Ragsdale, and the feature was'diract-
she will off '
While en route stop business world. The Daily
Is r many; friends wilt be pleased to see Atlanta to be 'present at( theO
her return to, Xi mmee' next fall, convention then to bier Mrs. G. A.' Briggs and" daughter \ a,
,
: Baptist Mrs. James Masters Jr., who was Miss Mr. and Mrs.. James AAllan .
Vivian'
left ,
J. Sears
,1' Congressman yes- idian, Miss for a visit with relativesand last
of Mr. and Mrs.
the week '
,guest )) Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Buttorff;
: I
for Washington D. C. to resume -
teVday
,. friends. D. G. Wagner, returned to Port Or-
his duties at the capitol. He 1 Mrs. H. C. Stanford; Mrs. E. E. T TicINtLiLL
I Lewis Shiver, a former Osceola ange' Saturday. She was accompa- Wells and Miss Elizabeth Aultman.
p Mrs. Sears and his son Joseph -
expects county citizen who now hails from nied by Mrs. Wagner and daughters .
)him at the close of the -
,rf to join : Cocoa, was a business visitor In Kis- and A. W. Gustus of Jacks !1vi1Je: NOTICE.The 4tvLe

schools. : Wednesday. The Shiver Mr. 'Wagner was spending a few physicians. of Kissimmee, Fla., tvwKi \

The sermons at the Christian family were 'associated with the cat- days at Atlantic Beach where hewastbeguestofthe'"NewYork' In view' of universally changed condi- .1'
'church next ,Sunday- WiU. be;. Fore. .C !
ofthesouthernpartof -
tie interests Life t-.
tTons"Jand tb i"'le8 eedad"vsilue:>r-;no1- 1 '.
noon "A Study of Sin; eveiti'l1gIItr-the county\ for )'ean.and were known people. He was infoivpecl of the and after .consideration of a

tI &, mono "The Temple and'th Church as the cattle kings of that section.Mr. proximity 'of his family i'1' Joined' the ey conditions existing here and else r-c fi\v rri

L..4 -blackboard diagram will be used. Shiver is still a stock man. returning110me
them_ on Sunday-the party where have decided that it is necessary -
'f I ,'r Everybody: welcome. I Mrs. A. D. Green of Kansas/ City, that evening. for them to revise- thelr.schedule lTT ,, .
1
1 .Don't forget Dr. P.. J, Cannons the ,is in city.looking, a location ,;,
? the up Francis 'Ford has built up the biggest of charges. Therefore beginnIng ...., -
.t.., resident, Osteopath, makes'a"speciali' t I II' for "future home, and is delighted mystery story 'ever filmed; he June the First 1919, the foil oiling S eriML3naAa

'ty of chronic diseases. ,Office at residence J with our- country, and intends has 'filled each 'episode with so many price. will prevail: f;,', f ': ..,.. ''} 1".

819 Mabbette St.. Office hours making' it her future home. In town ..___ $ SPO '4 \' ,
: ( "thrills ,and creepy doings" that he Day time visit .; t.. ,l,-.4 '. s. r
I' ::41', $to 9 a. m., 1 to 4, 7."to 9 p.m, NPwi She i. being' shown the country by will have the fans crazy with delight; Day time visit in country,mile- !Wr.
; making: low summer rates.. the Nelson Realty Company. KJs- he has introduced 'electrical effects age per mile "_._________. 1.00 .' :.1.-' t

'. ,Dr. A. J. Holt cam. up from_Arra- ..simmee welcomes Mrs. Green to 'our and startling novelties in lavish profusion Nighe visit in town _._.______. 6.00 : : SAMS MAILS, are' safe and sure; and 'our.splendid : '

::W' dia Monday! to. officiate! in tho MasOnic city and wishes, for Her much pros- -but,' best of all, he has provided Night "visit In country; mile : '

"J. ceremonies:' He was en route perity and happiness.Miss the "punch" episode endings aa'eper' mile ____._' _.*;,._, 1.60 for giving:prompt attention. to mailed l deposits'... are .11 V

\\1 ,,' .' for Atlanta to attend the Southern I Myrtilla Beala, who has beenIn from Number ,One to 'Number Fif Office\ visits .:___,-._-$1.00 and up. the result of a careful studied effort to satisfactorily) :rv .a1ilrgeand''conctantly -

i" Baptist convention in that city, and a hospital in Orlando, returned teen' that makes the average serial Obstetric cases in town (Nora, < townledcpLositot t x \ 1 II, '

t o r. left for that point Monday n-'ght. /I Ir home Saturday. Miss heals Injuredher look like a strip of raw stock. At mal Labor) .._.......*,.._ 25.00 : : growing. lilt of outof- | ., ...: |;Il--_ '

r .''' Mrs. H. M. Swinson and sister, arm some -time ago and has had the Casino every, Saturday. .Obstetric cases' in country mileage .
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to Kisslmmee Tuesday 'for .* brief:the' U improving in health- she will I DANCING PARTY AT ,THE LOOT (Signed) __ WHEN. YOU. CANT COM k
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,c t .visit with Mrs. Bandy and family.I'not resume her duties as te.cher"of I HOUSE. T. M. RIVERS .i-. USE THE MAILS ';/;,*.-. 'j .

They were ..accompanied. by Mr. and the department of'music' in the Kisslmmee ,- H. S, 'KSEIGER . . ,, '..!.

Mr,. J1 L. Barthoff. of Jacksonville, schools,,, for. some time. Misses Elizabeth' Page and Mamie M. J. HICKSE. ', . '",'
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who called to Bartow, by the I. the First Pilley arranged a dancing party at DERBYSHIRE u will- fine will gladly tell"
c were Rev. H. Kaasj pattor of you drop ",a we, yo.,
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death of Mr.; HI doDo' Baptist church fa Philadelphia. who X22-St.. W. : ;
.. ,Madelon"on'the New Edison. Hear. has' been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.' was attended by more than. fifty of .___..... more* about It, and, iaddeataDjr,. 'ia few 'joed "
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the,young set. PICNIC PARTY AT LAKE CONWAY ' .'
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4' Arthur Fields sing. It. He's fine F. Henberg"' for ,the past two weeks A Victrola and three:piece orchestra''furnished H should this bank. l,
'tfew a Mrs,.J. J, McCranje and Mrs. L.'FLIngram reasons wily yori use ;;
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tCentral Drug Store, Agent",. left Wednesday +
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Edison and Re-Creation. He wU stop--off, at Gainesville .to seevsill "
for the mertmaken, who enjoyed -
.. little folks on a picnic Jo Conway on: "
,Mr, And Mrs.. _Jmes A. Allan left Harold Herzberg ,and .ajlend ; this popular amusement till Thursday evening. of last weelc. 5nSTATE "
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'thig-week! for their home inj|-Toronto. some time-in St. Augustine before' the wee sma' .hours.: 'A-swim in the lake and a bounte BANK OF"" ,,

Canada after an extended visit ;with I leaving .the state. Mr. Kaas expressed Punch and. cake,, refreshed the. ous lunch were pleasant features of .

i' the latterjs_relatives_here! Mt..sad 1 himself as well pleased with guests between, dances.. the afternoon. .
MrtI.jA;; :; Brlg-p. My:and Mrs. Al- Florida;. especially this section.

,'" Ian have made' many 'friends here : i). G. Wagner
.' during their stay in KJsslmmee who dati' from .Atlantic Beach; where he' air:TAX ASSESSOR We-want to;tbantf..oui" friends for J KISSIMMEEJ. ,

will regret to learn of. their depart- attended a meeting of the Southern the sympathy: and for the, beautiful -- '. t

tire. 'Department of the. New ::York :Life Attorney Zack Bass" :was' elected i flower, and ,for,, favors) ,showji as in \ RESOURCES- $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00..

Prof. C. E. Kinsinger principal of 'Insurance Co. Thia'ri1eetln& Is an, city tax assessor .for the ensuing j the .movement_ of our dear littU I .: :. .. .. '''' ._....... ,
the Winter' Haven schools and district annual event and those agents who ;year by; the council at the sailed session I Ii one. x

director= the Centenary nova have:,\written: the'quota of insuranceset i :'Monday.afternooa-! I -M''. and Mrs/,", Lawrence.. Metal- .Officers sad. Director' .

meat was .her Wednesday night for them Tt>y the. company are There' were two applications for I lister. C. A. CARSON, President )L KATZ aad E, L, LESLEY. tP.J .
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and met with the committees honor guests and are given the'ellilietripfree the position, G. C. Livingston andAttorney D. JEFFORDS: Cashier -
ofost Mr. Wagner was Bass the latter receiving-{ I I JJOTICEl: '
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: the appointment. The bond requiredfor The "clean rat 1 .N. B. CARSON .
!. thoroughly among' this number having more, annual up" day '
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the.work.and is a' thandoublect Ms":'quota; H. states this office,,was fixed. at, f 1000. : Shingle-,.Creek' cemetery will be helc! a c..A. CARSON;, "H. FLEMING o-;'
cotvenant.1Irith ;
fluent speaker.. The information! he that It'was a most"delightful outingas lll-u i JKn"' i-.1 en Saturday,.May-47* -when-all--par> .' ... N. 'C...BRTANr E. L. LESLEY.-'; r -

'committees ,will be estreme- well as instructive to those 'agents For _'Rent=Two' famished: flats? tie/interested; art urged to bring 3. WADE TUCKER DlrecUt*. \ ''
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i at- with modem' eon enlenees.f W.' .B..1 dlnnetand;come'prepared.to'"put'biflieentlre
who were fortunate enough ttl .
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) .s : The Florida Citrus Exchange has completed its tenth year of f work for the growers '. .

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The, organization is today' stronger and more efficient than ever before{ with capacity, .' : '.

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service members.
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t."'- , i 'i .:' In every department the Exchange: now has the l best organization of its history, composed '

i't t : ):t.-: ._... of men who are loyal to the interests of the producers of citrus, fruits. .

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-.t ," Speculative marketing agencies have such a large margin of profit that they can 'afford ;'


,, ";' t sr \. higher -salaries. . than the Florida Citrus Exchange will pay its 'officers and. employes.; I : ...'.


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ot' \\ pf the citrus industiy of Florida above personal gain. "
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I I fiX' GEORGE A. SCOTTThe .- k V

r : New General Stirs Manager of the Florida Citrus Exchange. a I The Florida Citrus Exchange Is Controlled .

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4 Mr. George A. Scott was unanimously Scott has made a record for successful .

chosen to his new position work during his connection with and Operated By Growers for Mutual Benefit "
by the board of directors of the Ex the Florida Citrus Exchange artd as I
change. the head of its tales! department is :
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His selection for the place was in 'expected to give this even greater -
the nature of n promotion, Mr. Scott efficiently than it has enjoyed in the I' I r Every citrus grower who markets his fruit The Exchange has been successful in securing .

having faithfully served the organi- pest. ,,*" f through the Exchange has the same voice as any for its members prices enough higher than could .

zation for about ten years: in other Two capable assistant sales managers :' r other member in its .
management. be obtained other
capacities Chas. A. Price and Hal. C. Allen I .. through marketing agencies "

For almost seven years he was district whose! work has I largely] contributed I (, That a grower may have but a few acres of511L to more than cover the'entire operating cost of ;
d} manager, in charge of the New to the successful record of the the organization.
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England field, and for the past three Exchange during the past season grove gives him no .less participation in deter .

) years Mr. Scott has held the position will continue in their positions giv .' fi4 mining the policies of the organization. I .
r of division manager of the territory ing MfT: Scott loyal support, and the \ fine to the growing"tnowledge of the fact ,

i enst\ of Pittsburg. selling force of the orapnization I in \ w' ?* i!)* The Florida Citrus Exchange is oft for and by that this is true, during the season just ending :

,, . An experienced fruit man engaged the north will be" enlarged by next ; v .. the growers who believe that, with their fellow the Florida Citrus Exchange has l handled a pro- i
in this line from early manhood Mr. fall. !.,,
9r : '" '-fJ f of citrus fruits, they completely I I portion of the total of the almost
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-. -:?';fcapable.: of marketing their own product. third greater than in any preceding year,, .. ,,/ ,
OSCEOLA COUNTY NEWS SERVICE ::.-, -, _-. '" -' '.. I

li1\(. ; :.:.:? .:::: Join the Exchange now and take part in the annual : ,

DR. R. THOR WEAVER' County Agent ;-; '7:. election of directors and officer of your local auoCUtion. :. .

:; For more detailed information write phone '. : i I01' I-
''y ri Citrus \trees-are of great impor los must be- built. They. spell pros '
I tance. Save them. Let no pests getthe : perity in every lad! Think of feed!!I call on .. .

better of your trees: Spraying is i for poultry, for hogs and for, all !animals : 1 :

the most important thing to do at on the farm. The better feed : FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE, Tampa; Ha. .

r ; present. Much spider, scale, rust,,,. you can give the animals the great ,
r mite and other troubles 'are present, 'returns they give you. .. . "" :

__,*o with, all 'your energy, get busy." :' "I .. - .4 -pt '
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L .,>i, Cultivate your corn shallow)) and Marion County t 'AH--crops. looking ,, L A. HAKES( Mgr. Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange' u., > : : .
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especially beans hat were
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(injured\ by" frost;, ,Some are, -bejng Orlando, f la. r'"
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will"geln and make better ---I)marketed.- .!(
Watch your tomatoes; dust them I Sumter County; Truck crops looking ;
; ', P 'for worms that are attacking the fine, and prices are good. Some .
plants. 'I trouble Is being. had in R'ettinll'Ipnoulrb vee ..
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:r, hands to pick the beans a"d< twee :: '
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you I harvest other truck. Lots of corn ITRIJS EXCH 4IVOF a '
should plant to keep the. ground'cov. ,,l.afc been planted.
41 .ered and make feed. J
r Constantly I must remind everyone J|, STEER FEEDING... . -: -

r '.:, _, _that_ the. compost_ "bin (preferably! j! ((cx? John!< built of cement) Is the starting of In December, 1918, an arrange- i. 1
a savings account on the farm. Let ment was made with L. K Edwards At the closeof, the experiment, the the duck solves most of- the problemsand toOOtooOOOtOtooooo., ooo..oooooo..o.oo..o..o..oooo, !"!, "
t nothing be wasted. Make ready, that-< ot" Irvine, Fla., whereby.a cooperaI I steers were'lIold to Armour & Co., objections. ,/ "II \ '

essential to make yoUr, land better. '' tive cattle 'feeding experiment was Jacksonville, and were classed as.the They are not Subject to many of a I J. "
By. the use of farm composit fertilizer conducted i iI beet finished cattle ever received at the fatal and annoying pests and ;
during the past winter.
t, _- in connection-with 'good' commercial I Ten grade Angus steers were used t hat: market. Not only were they the diseases of the chicken; they" do not Summer Fertilizing %

fertilizer, you will gain in this experiment These 'were Seat I finished cattle, but the carcases have sorehead, roup, limberneck: .
,' ground unlike anything you have eva steers that were bred and raised by I in the cooler presented the best neither: are they annoyed with mites,

'; experienced. Mr. Edwards. They were out of na I appearance of. anything the company lice, ticks or fleas,the duck is ragged "

: The 'co-operative dairy is an as- five cows by a purebred Angus bull lead 1 slaughtered in Jackonville. The I and hardy, a very big item. Fertilize citrus trees NOW for development of fruit .nd" > '. ;\
;, emred factor in the near future, and and were about 18 months old when laughter test showed no dfferencein' Many farmers, gardners and housewives r. A; {
.. th. first essential' is to begin growing : the experiment began. They were t,lie percentage of dressed weight of are prejudice) against the hen growth of tree. The size ,of next year's crop depends in a t.

: things for feeding the milk cows divided into two lots of five steers I he; two lots. They averaged 56.4 'because she scratches up the chufas, ' great measure on the. growth. of wood made this summer. iIf s
and again for making .ensilage. Si1' each. I per cent. picks holes in the melons and puttersIn 't .:?*

Feeds Used The farmers of Florda are well acquainted the flower beds, and is hard to Don't lessen your profits of this and next year by neglect I :u ? _l

NO From December 20 to March 4,the with thevalue of velvet fence against. The duck doe noscratching ing to fertilize nowt) W.oler-ao'aaalyai.. . ; : {
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BAR steers in Lot I were fed 10 pounds ,beans. for beef production, but thepant picks no holes and doesno i! .,.,,,'
shelled com 4 .pound."' velvet bean > meal has been used but: littlef puttering, and is extremely easy X 1.: -

I .Everybody!: la KUaimmee Is Eligible. :feed and 20 pounds silage, each, dai I any for this purpose. The'.... 1t.f .' fenced,' yet iif given opportunity will Want .

Old people stooped with suffering' :ly. Those in Lot II were each fed : this experiment would indicatehat hustle more for.their" living than ,the All the Potash You .:,

td Middle aged, courageously. fightIng 12% pounds shelled corn, 6 pounds peanut meal Is equal to velvet chicken. : p"" .] "> ']A 'I. \
l' ; bean meal for beef The many lakes of Florida are gen ( ..
)rheal production.
I peanut feed, and 16 pounds silage ,
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k r'' s Youth protesting impatiently; I daily By Velvet ban feed and erously supplied with duck food Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. f.

Children, unable to explain; ]peanut meal feed is .meant that the Rnb-My-Tism is a great pain killer. craw-fish periwinkles, minnows, water Manufacturer: Ideal..FertilizersDealers : j,
I All 4n-,misery 'from their kidneys ,velvet bean hulls ..t relieves pain and soreness caused bugs grasses, succulent] roots,allthriving t-
Perhaps' little backache first. and peanut bulls bare y Rheumatism, Neuralgia Sprains foods for the duck, and,durIng in Insecticides" and Spray'ump Jt !
ground up with the beans and e c. ,
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abundant Jacksonville, Fla.
the oak '
Urinary disorders, dropsy may ]peanuts. A.'soon as the steers acorn yield so : ; "
t quickly follow.'Doan's ]] full were in many' parts of the 'state!,, and on .
c on feed, they were fed in the lUCK RAISING PROFITABLE r .'
F* r l, Kidney Pills are for weak I proportion of one pound of velvet INDUSTRY IN THIS STATE a lake: they practically make their..... .... ....... ... .. .... . .. . .. .. t
kidneys ,, I been feed and peanut meal 'feed .. own living. While you do not need, ,
;*' Are.endorsed. by.thousands.. I to* each two and a half respectively Editor: Valley Gazette- : a lake or',stream to raise ducks profitably ---. I. .1ft

Here Kissimmee testimony. I pounds of shelled corn. Florida is especially] adapted to ; they'are 1 well adapted to land E. 0.. PAINTER FERTILIZER COMPANY \,
"j' Mrs. L. M. Williams but are'not so able\*ito- forge'for ]
409 Clay St.
Weights. and Gains. d uck 'raising. As p state it does not Jaclc-Kmville Florida .,,
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-says "I had in.aching in a* near water. "*" "
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I my At the beginning of the'experi p reduce the poultry it should;; and t ... .1
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c lat spring. It was difficult for Ducks can ,be grown ready' for the Fertilizer Insecticides Sprayers J.'
k me Ito ment' ,!. the steers.!!, in Lot I averaged ,,Epnltry Supplies : r
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bt chickens
get around in the morning'on* account I 509.>{ pounds and those in Lot II oWpounds' For.thirty years we have. been manufadlurini fcniliz-r-\ In diI.-sw-* ; :Rave pdafpd : ,
of severe painsin, the small,of I Ask Your Grocer well, selected. strain will producemore tom-n in every carry In Florid. pN., ', ;
1' back,, and I couldn't rest eggs per annum and much .
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the close pf the Write r always .h ti.. wh1 '
t ably. righter I-iwas, tired most ,sill steers! in Lot-J experiment the lerger than the average hen. ___________ n / o-n., ;ben. ;1
'th' averaged 857 pounds, -Th -in their- favor _i4
time too. Hearing of Doan's and ;.argumen _tg..jill
those in '
, Kidney Pills I got a box. Doan's re- ]120 days Lot II 854 pounds. In here. Get same good strain of ducks Manatee County; Two 'spraying I Cut. this Out and Take It With You- ,' 'II;
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lengthof the .expert' CHEEMEACSCOFFEES and 'will be that 'outfits Will purchased! co-opers. i 'JC j :,
your"only complaint often
.lieved me immediately and in a short r ment, steers in ; ; man forgets "Ihe{ exact I b
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I had gained 258 at date. One 'Is
". did not start Lively an early a name of the article he
,'tlm J..f el! hundred per cent bet. you long'ago. They are wishes"'t.-.pert':
;, I pounds per head, or an daily and the other a small chase, and last (
-4 ;% ter."' average real mortgage lifters. l:power sprayer ; as a resort .. "r'J!
s pain of 2.15 pounds Those in-Lot II 'outfit for some young groves 'where something else instead. That is-ml-- ,
;, f Price 60e., at all]] dealers. Don'twlmply -F. A: Stronp E1&mmr", na.I' '
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lad gained 261 ways disappointing and unsatiafacthey. '
pound each, o; an: Editor's Note-Mr. Stroup is himself 1 the acreage"is smalL The ,power outfit The ,tt}
ask for safe "
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remedygetDo.n's' average daily gain of 2.17 pounds. I is for community -spraying. The out.'and way cut this J
duck and 'take yon"
an experienced raiser i it with ,'
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Kidney the same thatWilliams to
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shows practically no differ tomato fields were never frr from mate sure of. ,4,i
: !advertising! duck-eggs' for sale'inthis 1 getting Chamberlain's.
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,3fr nee! in the'gain produced by Best blight than this season; Club boys Tablet. You will find (
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.MEN A' 'drainaq. system In a sum flOe! exceeding ' !UOTitEOF' APPLICATION TAX M. Edwards, H U. 'Breaker, 'B.: O." 8:11': 4
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l 1 CONFIDENCE Fifteen. Thousand ("'.000.00) i DEED clay. ;J. ;J. Mrs. Lola. HaleV. K.
: Dollars and j I I. Player. J. .%iMiller.. .- .
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DR. BUCKMASTER : WHEREAS It Is the further .Inten. I Notice Is hereby alvenThat' A. R. :I Unless said certificates -shall b, reInemed -
1 : BIG HARVEST IN FLORIDAChicago lion of. the Council to Grade Curb Denmla, purchaaor of- Tax CertificateNo. < according to law tax' deed ,
., and Pave certain streets or part of 1O7. dated the Tth' day of August. will issue thereon on the >th. dyo, .
-- ..treewit: hili the said City of KIsHslmmee ,I A. D. 191S, has'filed said certificate In June.' A. '1>. 1919. 2

: ,* May 61:-The! Amercan 'type of confidence man,": said- WilJiam }- costs against. and assess the abutting a share prop.rtYal of the my for ,talc office deed, and to has, Issue mad.In application accordance I I ClericCircuit Court J. L. OVER8TRKET' Osoeola County.

; .KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPATH 'confidence men reaped a harvest of A. Pinkerton, veteran. detective 'pursuant and to the laws of the . oFlorIde. I with law. Said certificate empraces (SEAL) Florida.. .
the following described property, sit. SI.St By S. H.. BULLOCK. D. <3*
more than. .10,000,000 last. year, according in striking a comparison between *, WHEIRIOALS, the City of Klaslmrnee u.tetn., Oaceola County Florida,,' to- 4
will have to .
: to : Chi- the old and .new'swlndflars. b.I..ra. par of the wit: B."I HE cot, of Lot deeded to .NOTICB., TOCBBDITORS.Im ,
figures compiled by cost of such Improvement and the en' Ed and HV Wilson, fun !\Westerly ont -
----- cagro; authorities: Thl ,is the approximate "He operated 40 years "ago 'and for-t; streets tire oo.t.and at' th* Intersection of Rt. way105 ft W. 160 ft 5.105' ft. Ceart .w ('-7 iJada-e. Ofommtr. ...... -
E. t r ft. R. Rt. of In Section I IS.Township State .f Flerida. .
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: f amount, actually, collected merly' was a 'three card njonte man. WHEREAS. 'In order. to provide S5 South Ranve Twenty-. !. ... Estate e( ,Aa.r....r t".t........
t STATE BANK BUILDING funds to for the
from: % the credulous' public by professional He, was .known a*, a: bunco ,steerer' . Improvement pay. It City's will portion be necessary of. eight assessed, (IS)at>Es the.t. date Th. said of issuance land blns of To all .Crec1ltor-t.t.: : .... DUtrlhV- '

: i: 'Phone No. 162 confidence, operators; ,.and,,'doe. and won' by fake lottery schemes and for Such for the purpose, City'to-contract and to pledge a loan the.fund said certificate In said the1 certificate' n.m. off shall Un- or tees Demands and all against Persons said having Estate Claim's: ,

*: not. include the, millions ,fathered in other crooked devices. ,Then he Invented *. credit and the ,property of the t\'d.: ... Unless accordlna to law tax You and each or. you. are. herehv. .
City for the redemptionof: such ,oan.&f'"HEREA.8. ."' lth notified and requiredto present any '
annually-by the various stockjobbing; the gold brick with which he deedwill I. thereoft.on the claim and demands which

r schemes. toured the country... Thejfreen goods share of such. the cq.t'ot the' City'.. day(SEAL: of) June. -. A.. .7.P.1911 i_ OVEBSTREET!: either of,,you Andrew. have against you, the or.'
propo..d street' Improvement estate of Cotterman
For; Local and LOBS Distance HaulIng 'The crude evidence* of the old.timeeonfldenc.inan game came later and Brown had I. estimated at 480,000.00.; Clerk FI rI4a.Circuit Court; Osceola. County.!J-5t. late of Oaceola. County. ViO"'d.deceased to-

.. evidenced. by plans and specMcatlons the undersigned. .Administratrix ofatdeatate ..,
: caU' ..-. with his shell 'gram*, manyImltatora.wh&pickedupthou.-.- ..-prepared--bylhdty"BnaHiyerr -\ -- ".-, .- wlthiir-twu-yearr frturrthe-- t .

three, card monte, gold brick, green! sands annually. Wire tapping and rrkn file. In the -office- of- the City AN'ORDI I A'E.. date hereof. '
Dated May 11th. A. T>. 115. .
'B. D. SPENCE goods, money chancing: 'and lemon other schemes how used developed NOW THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED : An Ordinance to Regulate the Presence ( ELIZABETH: COTTER)'AN. I
BY THE COUNCIL OF' THH! Children Under 81"t..nY..r.. I.._. Admlnl.tr.trlx.NOTICm ,
: have givienyrff to modem these old games.. The modern -
game. operators -
PHONE 132.. CITY OF KISSIMMEE FLORIDA: >,, on- the 8tr..t..t. Kllmmee -.tter --r- .
t methods; more complex and more : don't. bother with small money Section 1. That under and by virtue Ten O'clock. rNEfItlI .' TO DI LiNQVJaNT TAX.PAYERS. : :..
.! Residence 422 .I e.tfl' ""* of the power vested In the City lu'! l' RfA THE CTTT .
: M.Ia"St, profitable.. and often clean sip $100,000 in--.In- of KI .lmm.e. Flonlda, by Hectlon COUNCIL OF THE- Cttr; OF-KISSUt- - .

!- ;: Women Confederates. gle deal. Thtf old-timers thought 1060 Florida General the City Statute shall of Issue the St.t.Its nf IS I' Section.; 1. That It will be unlawful At a* reo-ular meeting-. of 'th* City -

The really 'successful': confidence $1,000 ''a.b. g: job. Prommlsaory Notes for the aggregate I!for any person under the age of.Htx- A.Council D. held on. the .1Ith day of May,

men ot today usually\ have summer "Victims are not really honest at ;"':,T.r:: .(15,000. ;, ,of, to 1919 be," styled of the"Drainagei denomln ,;teen loiter. :(18),.wander years tor to appear stroll; upon about V>r the to was Introduced 1919 .the and following unanimously resolution; ,ad. 4, ,

and winter homes, ride in limousines heart, ,for- they often enter into a.cheme. atlon payable of. (1000.00 aeml-annually..each beaitnaInter1 at the rats 'I Ieat street public avenues places,-bet alleys ween1. parks the hour or other of- opted: 14.1.1. ',O\ .;4

and are aided "by richly gowned women to cheat another fellow. The of 6. per cent per annum maturing; 10:00: p.'m. and 6:00: (L. m.. City Time Re It Resolved that all delinquent e .
respectively. from the. date of \;unless Bald Is accompanied and I taxpayers on city property b. notified ,.'
authorities say. They are educated small tqwn banker and business man ance as (follows: I..U-I\'In the custody person ana the control of their I If taxes are' paid within the, next sixty1. ,

and far more clever""than their has proved a shining mark for swind Five thousand dollars'' In five I II parent !guardian or other responsible days cent a-reduction of the principal amounting tax to due ten p.for,. .
I
I .Five thousand doll.ra' In six "" adult ,
E. S. HOFFMAN, M. D. brothers of the old days, whose fav- ,lers.. They cannot risk their reputations Five thou.and dollars seven .. Section person Any person violating'the I years the. prior to 1917. will helm-vie from -
and Interest. and principal .1'.1 of Section 1 hereof shall. be accrued penalties. The City Cleric ,
orite trick in 'was the It is" surprising payable rrrovlBlons
Is
Chicago complaining. hereby
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN to.sell by or Its equivalent. In the Immediately taken Into custody of a directed to So notify delinquent s" '
Eye Examined by a Regular Reg Masonic Temple to la "rube" for a how many shrewed business men IfOldh. Treasurer of the Olty of I Ialmmee. police' officer and detained either ..inhis I and also taxpayers to by a personal notice .
or at th* Chase Nations, custody or In the City .Jail' at the advertise same In local
istered Physician. smajl sum, or agree to niake .the ,fall into the net"It Bank New York City, at the option-of 'discretion of said police officer until paper, ,j. -
Glasses Fitted. building "turn around." the purhnaer: Said notes. to he i.- |the parent guardian of said minorIs ?... J. R ailTlERT. '
-' ued for and said City Clerk.NOTIC93 : "
the purpose ot drainage ns notified of said arrest, .
Broken Lens Duplicated. Land selling schemes, peddling of I is estimated that $3,000,000 of erelnabove set out. and the funds person shall be detained by the police ,

-U.-W ha.rch.k Man4o2la." worthless mine and oil well stock, ''the $10,000,000 total was obtained inFlorTdaT credit for and their property redemption.of the City pledged -j shall officer either until come the parent or, send or some guardian responsible Department 'OP"PI'BLICAT'OlW"' ;

wire tiT g.hd' ..**faKesportingevents ''I ; where '1mndTed. ; I- of- -eonfiVdence _tu BecUon* of the. .2.power_.That-ted-ln'-the-eity-of-under and by vIr- adult eustody.-and person to receive to cond saidpersenjBo rrr orfie a.t--GatftentH.of the Interior......, V. R Larwt-. .:!'

are now the hand maidens of workers""are said" to operate, Klsulmmee. Florida. by Section 10(10 him or her to the residence of said 1919. ,
O. F. KRIBBS. A. AKKRMAN of the General Statutes. of the State .of parent or guardian. Provided howev ----- .
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W. J. STEED the modern confidence man, who particularly among winter tourists. Florida the said City shall tspue Its I I er. tb.tno ehHd under twelve. years NOTICES I. hereby Ive".tlllt-r" -

matches wits with the bankers, capitalist Postal inspectors w43} worked in 10 ProiYimlssory Notes for the aggreI I,of are. shall In any event be 'placed"section who.M. Roberts on Febrruary, of Orange S(. Center 1915. made Fla-, ,
ERIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED sum of (0,000.00. to be styled .
and instead of dealing the rate.... : ; Homestead Entry. No014(10, for Vf%
lawyer, and out of Tampa during past Paving Notes, Issue of.t 81 D, : I. There shall be excepted of ,
Atteraeys ad Ceaaeelers .t Law.KIaI. NBU and of ;
and SEH NEH4 Section 20.
of the denomination of (1000.00. each I from this Ordinance all call boys
...., ".ra... with the ignorant ruralist. Nearly all year were generally agreed thatmore drawing Interest, payable seml-annu- .delivery boys or other persons whose Township (4 8. Range S( fa. TaU.h.M.rldl.n. ...-' '

..S03*>Bjeral srsetlee I. all State... UaHed the victims of a Chicago gang recently than two million dollars were ally...t maturing the rate respectively of S per cent from per annum. the'i- 'i duties streets require during the them hours to be herein. upon specified. the see tlon to make, has Thre-year filed notice, Proof of to lnt.es n- .) ,.

State* C..mrtJ sent to the penitentiary wire cleaned up by one gang in Florida .date of issuance a. follows" : I I and who are actually I on dutyat tablish .claim to the land above described -.
before Clerk
and business The and it has been Five thousand dollars In eight years i iI such time and In the performanceof Circuit Court. at '"1
97. B. Crawford. Lee Jarred bankers men. season! before last, I Five thousand dollars- In nine. years. I their duties, and all persona within ;June KlMlmmee 1919,, Fla. on. the Kth day of

gang's loot aggregated more, than said by men 'in touch with such operations Five thousand dollars In ten years the said age limit who are engaged In Claimant claims a* .....:- ,
Five thousand dollars In eleven them to
CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW that requires
million dollar another million any. aur.Uon Charles Jester of Orange. Center ,
half a a year. that probably years. remain plaoes of business after -' Florida ,
Victims Fear Publicity.Fear had been its for- Five thousand dollars. In twelve 10:00: p. m.. and who are en routeto '
never reported by years. their respective homes In the most F: .1. J(1I>n. of Orange Center, -Flor-. r(

Offices: : 4, 5. 6. and 7 Citizen of publicity keeps most victims mer owners because as PinJcerton Five thousand dollars In thirteen direct route and without loitering .. da.Lester Flint'. .of OrahCenter. :
Bank and the Interest and principal. Passed In session this Ith davof .
. Bulldinjr years open
I
quiet thu. giving the high class in the above quotation numerous Florida. ,
,
says payable In gold or It. equivalent. tthe May. 1919 after having been placed "
E. B. Mprrey of .
al: dmm.. Florida confidence man a certain degree of victims preferred to stomach office. of the Treasurer of said 'on final reading .by unanlraou con Florida. Orange Center
oV at the. Chase National .
City. Bank. **"*
""* : immunity, authorities say. They add their losses rather than nave their New York City .at the option of thepurchaser. GEORGE W. FOX. 11.5t. ROBT. W.' DAVIS I..,
DR. W. W. CARSON Said notes. to be Issuedfor Attest. : President of Council.. Register.1WOTICR ;
DENTIST that federal prosecution for using trouble become public property. The the purpose. of paying for the .1. R. GILBERT. Clrk. FOR Jo
PUBLICATION1.Department .
the mails to defraud has been a big' Florida legislature: has contemplatedlaws City' share of paving, grading and Approved this 6th day of May A. -
Office curbing certain streets In said D. 191. '
: over PUley} Building Cits,
factor in breaking up gangs and recently tUned to end the "wire taopIig"gamel of Klsslmmee, and the funds credit (!REAL' ) W. 1. STEED. of the Interior U. S. Land j

*... Office'Phone.Hour.US Residence: I-11. I'Phesie-SO It brought conviction of half a in this state and the great and for property the redemption of said City of said to be notes.pledged tl-St. . Mayor. Office 19. 1111.at Gainesville Fla., April .1

Oas Administered- Teeth for Hxtraetloa .," dozen leading confidence workers. amount of publicty given the \ar:; >- Section S. That an election be held NOTICETO CONTRACTORS, . -
at as early date as practicable at NOTICE Is hereby that
given Frank
"Tom Brown, who came from Detroit ious f rms of swindles will probably which the question- be submitted to Sealed proposals will" be received. BT W. Ames, of Loughman Fla* who, on .. __ .
S LEWIS O'BRYANATTORNEYATLAW and made his headquarters in help reduce the size of the "crop" the elector .ot said City having the the City Council of the City of KIsslmmee. May 17. 1915 made Homestead.Entry. '
Qualifications prescribed by Section County of Oaceola. State of No. 0118(7 for SWK of Section 1(.
New York, was father of the present !next season. 1060 of the Oeneral Statutes of the Florida at the City Hall In Klsnlmmee Township 14 8. Range 17 E. Tallahassee .
,. State of Florida shall be the issuance Florida until S$0 p. m.. June Meridian has filed notice of $Intention
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of said drainage notes and said 3rd, 1919 for the filling 'by dredging to ana'k Three-fear Proof, to
1h"rln. Building. KNEW WHEN HE HAD ENOUGH ing note.: and the Mayor shall torth-1 I of approximately. 100 acres ,of land establish claim on the land above described
: I A TRUE REMEDY with issue his proclamation for said ]I the construction of a Fishing Pier and before Clerk Circuit Court, at ,.
The Florida Alligator, published :election, and shall give public notice Boat Basin a Commercial Dock and I Klsslmmee, Fla., on the Ota day of C
,
. of same by publishing/ said proclamation other work for the Improvement of Mass 1919. "
rat Jehnston O. P. O&rreH by by the students of the University; for four consecutive Issues In a the lakeshore or'Lak. Tohopekallga, Claimant I names as witnesses:
JOHNSTON & GARREtTATrORNEYATLAW Gainesville the ; newspaper" published In said City immediately In the City of Klsslmmee.. Florida. according B. A. Fatten of Loughman. Fla.
of Florida at
: prints FOR MALARIA prior to. the date.. of said to detailed. plans' and specification C. F. Page, of Loughman Fla.H. .
following letter sent by a congressman t election.Section. adopted by the City l Council W. Stark of Lou hm..n.' Fla.F. .
: ". -.. That the form of ballot and now on ftle. In the City Clerk's offlce. A. Qauslng.' jatLoughTnan. FJa. .
Office: 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Baal from Missouri to one of his to be used at said election shall be ROBT. W. .

Building constituents: NO. 101 TONIC substantially. jts Jollows'Offl..ial : . Each proposal must be accompaniedby 19-6L .DAVIRegister.. .
l nallnt Municipal Pr mla..nrv
a certified check issued by a Stateor
.
Klselia m... Fla, "Dear. Sir- Note Election June 7. 1919 Cityof National'' Bank, payable at sight to ,. NOTICE! ,t'I '

"1 have your letter requesting a In// the low marshy places where Make Klsslmmee a cross Florida.(XI mark before 'the for the the order um of of h7uoJl.oo :.!Thousand , I Sealed bids will'"'be""received. by the'

donation for what you consider a mosquitoes breed, there Is. always question of your choice. Dollars. Said proposal must be Board of County Commissioners ofOsceola
presented. In a sealed envelope endorsed C to to
very worthy cause. I flatter myself malaria in the Spring and Summer. Vote for one, to the City Clerk and marked, m., June; :1t'hrlorJ-;! hundred a. '

; " BBBSOU} FflBPlEB F that I have a spirit of loyalty and But! this terrible, atfftiqtion! !Can (be "., .For- 115.000.00 Notes.Aralnst Drainage Promi..ory .- "Proposal Improvement.for" Klsslmmee Bulkhead lug and tflfty'brick thousand and one No.thousand I or S sacks wire cut of .,

generosity. I have contributed to completely knocked out ,of the system bidders Certified will checks be returned of all 'unsuccessful on demand c.f'tBa: -rd' reserves the right- to' reJect ..'-"".
lit.000.00'Drainage Prom ,
each 'and-:every object that haaNen by Df. Williams' 101Tonic.. It. mlMory Notes. .- also the check of the suoceful bid. any and all '' '
E'OVER8TRHnCT.1'
\ : presented to me, but I certainly have not only knock out malaria but it I der bond.on execution. of 'the contract and Clerk of the Board.1. of: County Commlsslonor .-t.
,.
Vote '
. for on "
H ,SELLS to decline to help this cause' along builds up the health /generally 'and.. For 30000.00 Street Paving- Notes. will, The tbe successful required to bidder give. bond or bidders In the *T. '-10-51. VjrOTICB '

'( for the following r ..onu' makes the' sufferer strong.,and well 4 sum of Twenty per cent (20%) of the I 0V. ADMINISTRATOR. !

; Fii .'. Life Accident and, ."1 have beenhet4f'upheld down, and able to' resist attack of ever'day 1-[ Notes.Against $10.000.00 treet, Paving amount such bond'of to his be. or-satisfactory their bid or to bids the I, (Far rtMtDlsehara-e_ ). .... .

" sand-bagged, walked on, sat on, roll-. ailments. The quinine in it kills City Council. !. Cert af Ce..ty ....... State .r
; Health Plate GIns Lia- ed ftattened out and Section E. Should the Issuance of The City Council reserves the rightto ..1.rI... oseeela, Ca>..tr.
\ over squeezed the malaria germs as soon as it permeates Bald promissory notes be authdrlsed reject any and all bids. I,
twisted-first\ by the United tates the the by the required majority votes, then Copies of the plans and specifications !. t* Bstede at i .:il- 0. Tataun.; '
system iro/i strengthens
bilityand Boiler Insurance. ; ,said promissory notes Shall be issuedaccording may be obtained for the sum of Notice I* hereby srlven, to all whomIt
I government: for the federal war and, invigorates and improve to lair without delay, and 5.00( from Alan ;J. MacDonongh. City I mar concWrti. that n-th. lth day:
the Council shall before such Issuance. Engineer, Klsslmmee Florida or maybe "'
of October A. D 1219 I shall apply to
tax ihflLLlberty '
taxj-the access profit the appetite the l'll8.la examined at the office. of the Engineer. : .
{: Legal Bonds Executed' ; m regulate provide by Ordinance for the redempo the Honorable T. )l. Murphy ;Judge of'
: Loan. bonds and the bond of matrimony tlon of said notes at maturity and ,
formy
the bowels and prevents constipationand GEORGE.. FOXl '. aid Court, a* ;Judre.of Probate ..
,
of Interest
for the same.
payment
upon
C ..' <
final discharge Admlnl.tratI'U"I:
: Same DaY..Nccdcd" ; in the state of Missouri for headache. WillI.ms'101 Section I.:. Should the Issuance of President of the City Council.JT .
: Drr . .
,: ; '- Rv GILBERT ,. CityClerk" of the estate of Emily Q." T tm n-de-; -
, ., .. the ,state ';taxV: highway, tax:; the income Tonic is a most valuable medicine said the qualified pavingnotes electors be of authorised the City by nf C ALAN; .,MacDOSoUQH.- ceased: and that .t the same time I
dog t City Engineer. ,<-4t will prevent. to said Court my dual ac-
tax ,'.ebool. tax tax. cat to vote under _
for any one In run-down health. Tryit. Klsslmmeequalified ''laws of Florida. oounti ae .dmlnl.tratrlx to Bald$ ,,.,tat.,,
100. of
t I "OFFICE' State Bnk tax and syntax, and every society Section the TAX DEED NOTICB. and ask for their approval.1--' , '
: Bull.lif.i Your druggist can, supply you., the City Council -of the City of KI..Imme. : Dated April-IrA, A.. O. tll' '.J> '*. '
F: and organization that the mind of ... hereby pledges Itself to expend ' ,
i p.. .
,, . Refuse all substitutes. I1 j jSt. the. proceeds ot said notes for NOTICE' IS HEy, --OIVEN, That Koamotmo.Administratrix.ALMA. ::1.. )(ORRIIION. .,' -
man 'can, Invent) to extract ", hatoii .... --- ,the payment of the City's share of /.. H. -Fox. purchaser of tax certificates _
, \,i < I- .... the costs of paving, grading; and,curb. Nos. 7 9t7'. 7bObLtsb. no, 71110 .
: -;' I v ,- have or what you' may not'Jiave LurieCounty! Much I.cabbageamd ins the following streets 79I.-.791.. 797, 800. lot, '0., *1$. SJO. Ml. WOTICB or RXKCVTOR:

J : ..wrraoiiipioiir froiBji.: pciety.< of John,* the. JJaptilt. beans being shipped from th.4 Clay Street, from City Limit- 'to ItS lii ..II8. 81*,- "S9. 140, (51 and 8(1 (Par PlaalDlaekw, ; ., ..
: Bermuda Avenue 1( feel wide. all'dated the 7th day of August. 11118.
the. G., A. ,Jt.; ,.. the Woman's Relief .county. Potatoes looking fine. .Har Bermuda Avenue, Between Clay has filed said certificates In my ofll":1 I Im f.rt.c'C---; : ....... ,Osseela' 'i ",
Men' Relief the vesting of this crop has begun/ and,.Street and Penfield Avenue., 1( teal. and has made application for tax : Ce...*y. State *f ri*.fdak '
L: Funeral DiTectof Corp*,- the .. Corps, the yield is fairly-up to the average. wide. .. to Issue In accordance with law. Said I. .r..> Bats*; e_< Lewis .H. OesjSf; r;,
: Stomach Relief, the Wifeless, the Penfield Avenue, Between" B.rmudaAvenu. certificates, embrace thefollowing described I and Clyde Avenue., 14 feet property In Klsslmrnee City Notice I. hereby ..lye...) to wbom'ttnay :
I' Husbandless, the Childless, the Conscienceless wid.. ", Osceola, County!! State of .Florida. towltr -. concern, that on the Kth day.Ot
AMLICENSED > the Navy League the LEGAL ,ADVERTISEMENTS! Drury -Avenue and' Neptune Road , 'Sep3emb.f4iA..D. 1819..I will apply to v
"", Ketween Broadway and Merma-ld No., 749 Lots -. and 1 4 West of Rail the Honorable T M. Murphy, Judge' ,
Belgian Baby League/the Red Cross, Boulevard.i, 1( feet: wide. road Block 4. Ros' Addition of .14Cou", aa ;lu4&.of Prot>. ....,..
EMBALMER Doable BIDS FOR CUtVBHT. Neptune Road.; from Mermaid Boulevard ,No. -77$ WH Lot: (.Block '3,'\ S. ..A.Robln.on' fof my': final discharge as Executrixof "I ..
k- the Green Cross, the Cross to City Limits 9- feet wide.I. Addition. the estateof Lewis H. Cohoon. deceased ", .4
4 and other cross of colors, and Sealed proposals will be received; by W. :. Steed Mayor of the City of No. 780. Lots II.. IS Woo .t1.. Bubdlv. ; and that at the same' time I "
,every the Street Committee of the City- Ktsslmmee. Florida., do hereby proClaim .' of lot 55 oC Florida 'Land and will present mrflnal 'accounts aa Executrix -,
l''; 8tore awl ChaReU. Stewart AT*. the Children' Hope, the Dorca Society Council of the City of Klsslramee. and declare1 that a .peo aI. Note Improvement Company's Addition. : of said estate. 'IInd ask ,,for ...
County of 'Oaceola, State of. Florida election by the electors of said City 18. 29. M. O'.nl n* their approval.Dat.d ,.
I ,r: ltI.-Im..... Fla.: the various, hospitals and the until 11:00 noon,. Monday May ,*'th. ''qualified to Vote In a note ele Jon Under eb. d.:8&ab :. of lot 5. of -Florida .February Jtth, 1911 "
r 'c" Saturday' Hospital Association. 191, for the construction of culverton the laws 'of Florida will be held Land and Improvement Company'sA""ITM SARAH A COHOON .
,'1f Dakin 'Avenue. Klsslmmee Fla. at the Council Chamber I. the City of lsoamrar. 'ICaeCIlltrta: ,
j "My .business has decreased in -volume Each bid mutt be accompanied by a., Klsslmmee. during the regular hours Lot 4. Bho maker'r Subdlv."". ,.1
t 'If bwtegjjto"tnei tact that goodsI certified check payable at sight to the of voting on the 7th day of. .June A. Of BlocK.HU Bas' Addition. II0TICE or P1XECVTOR. ,
t M. TILLER order of the City of Ktsslmmee for r> 1919. upon the question of ...ontr..t.lnR' -No. 190LOt I.Shoemaker's Subdlv. I c.., ..I.. Ola a>.....> S ,
am selling have been'restricted! in the sum of, Fifty $60.00) nollars. : a losnof FORTY-FIVE .THOUS of Block QU Bass' .Addition. '
'' The successful bidder will be s required -AND, DOLLARS. In the form Of fortv. No. 791 e..ln'O ft. N. of 8R cornerBlock 1st Casrt _efla Ceaatr, ...'.... Cant ,.(
:: Real I. Estate Agency.. I output by the government and 'be to 'ive a )>ond' IlL the sum of five notes In the sum. of and ONE the THOUSAND pro- TL, Bas*' Ad"IUon.V.South. PII(0 ft.ft; .. State, .< Florida. ,----1<
all > DOLLARS each North IIIt. East 90 ft.
that have
3 4 ,, aamma mt cause I will not Bell 'I. tCOO.OO.) for, the (al\Mul...performance ceeda from the Bale, of said notes tote No. 791 All Block WU BI4", .' Addltlon' Jmmtfu' LIII .. '
ft W.
said ISatata ,
Realty bought and lOLL to,'go beg, borrow and steal, I .have of the to work-the Street bond Committee.The to be satisfactory the expended foregolnnvRasplutlon.for.the purposes. as votedIn .' r..to. except' South"'" ISO .fV of East,. S( Notice jre I* hereby given to all wlram \.;,', -

I' v C been cussed and 'discussed oyeotted.taibd Street Committee reserves therlBht I Said notes to be Issued Jjponth> : No>.'-? L.NortH lOft.. of Blocls'XL.S' It mar. concern sitS that on th..n.t' day """'-, I.
House rented. of A. D. I shall apply to theHonor'ble
to r.Ject.ny and all bId.. .s.set forth
'
llas '
the manner .
. terms and In : '
to..nd lied to '
talked about fIUBeW
t of'Wcorner T. M. Murphy Jade of .said 4
- + Plans and specifications are 'on, liloat In said Resolution of the Council of 50 ft South .
,Tazespai4d.. verifl.J. an --l1ed: about, held up, hung up' the offlce-| the City Clerk and .- City of Xls.imnlee on May 11th.un. Block. C3. Baas' Addition South Court, as ;Judge of Probate, for my fln"
for non-residents. may b. examined. there. a copy 01-whlchherelnp 1MJ ft.,' West Jt ft. ',North..60. .ft. East .1 dIscharge as Executrix of the estateafrJames '
ruined and the W. Lilly' deceased and that
robbed -and nearly :
H. M. nitBAKER. set out and published. >9 ft.: .
! '.! Fire. Life and Accident Isv' only reason I am clinging to life 1* Chairman -Street Committee. The following qualified voter are No. 800 Lots I and 4, Bass' Ind Ad. atthe same time I.will present mr final ,
: 1. R. GILBERT. City Clerk. hereby appointed' toW.rve> as officers. dltlon. accounts M Exsctvti-.aaieetate-: '
ri1' 'U"'Dte.' 1" to see what in the hell, is omlnenext. ALAN J. MacDONOUdH of said special Note Election! No. '01. Lot 7 and alllot 6 except: and ask for their approval. i iPated i" ,' ,
t (, ,"; JndmnityBonds' ..4I ; ttt. City Engineer; ..J.M.. Wlllson-JN H. O. Stanford If. North 114 ft. Bass' Snd Addition.' ; February- 17th. A. 1>.' 1".., :
'
'
>. Kats. ALICE JLniER, -v
\ N Bratton and E. l No. SOI North U ft. of W% Block 't'
I WHEREOF. I have Addition.No. t.a.mo.a8-mo- ;;:;.,, Enctttrlx.f ',
Mathew
WITNESS R.
.. IN-
_
"yOTtFU1T1i
:.. .....o... ...... .. hereunto set my band as Mayor of tho (IS -WV4 of Lot S, Block Q, Pat -

; r; v --.- PROCLAMATION City Qf Klsslmmee. Florida, and _U.4 rick's Addition. . OTIC1! >v. ADMIITISTIIATOR. ,
f *r* J Jdr-the corporate seal of said city toibe'h.retO No' *80 Lots Jl.. f, Block S. Tone- i'er!,.FI.el 01..........), -
., ,,:,-, ant"ed. end the ...me. at- gan's Subdlv. of NH Of SBH nr NE'4 ,-. ."
' _,Of Special MealHujil Nete E HtI..- I tested by the Qlty.Clefk.thla tlh day or N94Section as, Tp 25 S. R. It, E. !. Ceair af C...t7 JmMftf 8ta... af,
I: '.. -.. Orange County: As 'a rule, grove *-- oiMay..A. D. \UlWJt.'M'"E1P -: 811., (31. Lot 1, Block X. Dtrnen.os. -, Klerlaa. Oeceela. .Coaa\ty. ,,-v I
iiFiHr are in fine condition. They have been "Under and "by virtue O1i1i1liiy-: gaps Subdivision pt NV4 of SEU'nf: %
: FISH i well fertilized, and cultivation is be- vested. In me by the .follovrlngr RC.olutlon -f :Mayor City of Klsslmmee.j NEH of NWK Section Z8 TpIS .s. pUNO. .. r* Ba'... ., Sarah J. ",..1.. t,
; of the councij' of the City of I (SEAL) Notice 1. h.rebyfly...., to all whomIt
to the nd.rd. We are *
ing-kept ..Imme... to-wltt '. Attest: : R. GILBERT, 8SS Lots 11 and 12 Block A. that on the loth dar'
: l' "orkln for a, million and a quarterof Clerk of City of iCissimmeeQUALIFICATIONS Carson's Addition. may concern '
L A'NJD - of September A. 1>. l'lt. I shall apply
citrus fruit for Orange county ,A.. Beiur.li.ti.'a.A I Jo-o: : 52*. 819 Lot 8, Block *. and to the Honorable T. Jo(. Murphy. Judgaof I

yJSTE-R thi year.". (Cucumber crop ffood and R..ol. Uon Proyldlns': for' th..'!.. NECESSARY IN of Block W% of 9 'of 6E Dones-iin's.oi' 8E<4 and Subdivision 8'4nf said Court as Judge.aAdmlnhatratOrOf of Probate for

: : 'S- once. holding up welL, Tomato crop uarfce by the City .of Klsstmme ORDER TO VOTE IN BOND SEU of SEW of, SEliSection 1( the my eitata-ofBarah final discharge ;Jj Addis ..-.... '
in excellent condition.:;. ,.Acreage to l"iorida.'of Promissory Notes for the ") 115 A. R. 19 and that at the same time I will presVnjt ,4
._ Purpose'' of ContractingLoan, for ELECTION. No (19 Lots 1. 4 (. I. OII-
.. corn about 80 per cent larger than Block to said CoOrt my flnl accounts a.
\ the *I s. of said City theProceeds to christ 'rd.Addition.. >, '
: usuaL Seven pdwer and lighting be a Administrator of said estate, ,and ask .a ,
flxpende4.for the I Oil-
Purchase and No. (40 Lots 8 and (,Block .. -.
; plants have .been*, installed: In the Operation of a ,Dttcher. and for the Afl entitled to TOte hi the Christ (rd Addition for their approval.Ind..c D.-.un." "':
SIMON: ;MARTIN county' during .the 'fast 'lit months. anCurbinCertain Further Purpose of Paving, '.'.Grading persons <_No.jg .l Lots 1. I. a, 8.. :Block A. Dn.dlAprll D. O. WAGNER; .. .
Streets 1n the forccoiac Brad Election most be refbterad Lincoln Heights.
Phone313ths There arenow. 20, factor-in, the said City_ oc.KUalmme;. and :for the No. 8S8 Lot ;-.10 Block D. Lincoln OamoTno.. __ :__Administrator
: : I ,. county; Submission of i the Question of Con- Wen Titte: GIT oTKiMim- Rn'gltts. -
I < tHictlnr said Loan to an Election a* > The said lands beingassessed at the 666 has more.'Imitations than "any-
Colds COM Grip liftman Provided by.Sectt a-.10<0- General ...,. residur. taerasi ,at. tn.Jim_ of date of Issuance of..Id ?certificates thai
;: oth.r'ChiII;: 'andPoyer'TonIc on;
Statutes of thi State ot Florida. real the"names- of "tx ndon" WashingtoLLissi.
lAXATfVC BKOMO QUOON!Tablets .-.6e WHEREAS U Is the Intention of tli* election: wmisfg etatetnereBB. Robinson. Unknown. Sarah Lee market, but no one want imitations. ,

'tier Isentr: ese -..-. .. the .Council 'Oft).. City ,of Klsslmmee a.dBiiritar.paid:; 'tAxes-oared I Anna Reese, Lucy Rivera 8. I. 'Davis. Their are 'dangeron* things, la ',tb*>'
vii.y to purchase a machine and Bass A. W.
dltchlna-: R C. A. Oreen.
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.. HCHT ,}. ) THE 'CISSIMMEE VAUlT GAZETTE Itlt fI .
,, ..- . FRIDAY MAT ... ,

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- the company. ''Mrs. ""Stanford'assistJed \; Carson will g ve'a short'address., Salvation Arm.id Ve' ara"" atT'lined

VT'.i : CAMPBELL NOTES by Miss Mattie ,Stanford, 'M1i'j ]f|-: : : up to fortify then 'for their financial : ._ '0' ,
/t.; ler and Dorothy: Wells, refresh(*1 ening service. needs 'iln last year's" campaign for "
Campbell 'and''vIcln ty are erybu.y funds to support Salvation Army waractivities
) !M-1ruest with sandwiches, cakes the, Elke'carried on' the Bargain"We

M .- -- with'"' their crop. at the presentwriting. chi l.a..lld...
Wf Tie'lfavingTifiWealseason ion (If.the evening. (By Lieut Col. John D. McCrae)' are ready..to contribute, to help, and .
and everything is growing' to co-operate now to the limit of
Enjoying this event we're' Mr. anc d I Killed Flanders 28 1918. our '

fast, grass included.._ 'I Mrs.' Allan, Mrs. ,G. A*. Briggs, Mrs. -January' powers.to the There worthiness are .*<.-of> negative the Salvation votesas offer a fine wood-turning Range at a very great bargain- "

'Mrs.. McCloud end .mall son, and Jacobs and her daughters, Mrs. Wild <. In Flanders' field the poppies blow, Army call. It-It nota little old pupk affair that can hardly stand on its own legs

--Mrs.-: ... '..brother. Robert.
Nance,' arrived Friday from Bartow,{(Chicago, Mrs.. Bullock, Mrs.. E. E,,, That mark our place; and; in ,the sky characteristic ,ackmSwIedired-by of t\e Elks was enthusiastically trimmed, large 'oven heavy ca.tingsand" a deep fire-box.;' taking' 16

to 'spend some time with their" moth, Wells and ,Mr, and Mrs, puttorff.., The larks, still bravely singing fly, .ernor. Whitman- and General Vander Gov- inch wood easily.: We guarantee it to baL1 beautifully if attached

'er, Mrs. Nan., O'Berry. '" Scarce, heard. *mldst the guns below bUt as another indication of the position Ito a good 'flu. We bought it before the stove-price were' raised and

,Rev. Fall. filled his regular' appointment BUILDING" CIRCLE: 'MET We are"d f aa.? Shorf day ago of the Salvation/Army in pubUc will sell .it fifteen dollars cheaper than if we bought it.from the factory -

here Sunday p. m. Ho WITH MRS. HERZBERMrs. ; felt dawn, saw sunset glow to esteem the,.coming and the ,proep.ctivey.spone now. We've only one of-them and,if this bargain goes to ,You
appeal' for funds in
GLoved
was Mr. and Mrs. .
accompanied by '
1 and were loved, and. now we.the week of May 19,28Y'*' speak! quickly, it ,won t lait long. .
W. W. Bell, of .Kissimmee. F. Herzberg entertained the I ]lie .

\ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bronson and building circle of the First ''Baptist\ In Flanders! fields. I COUNTY AGENTS' REPORT .

r small son of Kissimmee, were guests-church-this--week-when-airs.-! Putnam County:i:"With'..the prevail REFRIGERATE. REFRIGERATOR. KEFRIGERA roM.

A 'Sunday-at-the-home Mr. and Mrs. Bell assisted her as hostess. Take with the foe! ing prices, farmers are enthusiastic .
1 up our quarrel Decline in any way you wash:' but: don't .de Jine' to call .and ee'our'
i ; over the result of the
,
Melt l potato An
Bryant. for The rooms were attractive with To .you from. falling Viands we throw unusually' large acreage of crop.corn i i. line of loe-Boxes and Refrigerator!. The season is at hand when
M. T. 'Goodman left. Saturday
cut flowers and the guests were re- The'torch. Be yours to4 hold it high- being 'planted and preparations be- butter wilts easily'and' pork sausage soon gets discouraged and the

s Bradentown to visit friends and relatives freshed with iced tea, and assorted If ye:'brak faith with us who die, ing made to"'grow" plenty of velvet only thing that helps a bit is a good Refrigerator with a ,chunk /.ofice

for a few days. titUweek I cakes. We shall not sleep, though poppies the beans livestock and other'forage crops to feed in it. We sell them-O well, we mean Refrigerators of course, Ji
r' Comns'returned
,
t Miss Alice another,year.
I There was no special programfor? grew not ICE I :
j Manatee .
from Sarasota, where she has County": Weather conditions ., ..
the'afternoon but general conversation In Flanders' field.. : favorable for late celery, and .
f been spending some time with her made amps] diversion for. the |most of it looks (good. Prices good.

aunt, Mrs. Solomon .Johns. company, while the children played AMERICA'S ANSWER.By Some tomatoes being shipped. Most STARTING A SWEAT.
1l Mr. and Mrs. Parrish spent the ( R. W. Lillard) I of the cane' In the county'has' been
the lawn.
week-end with the latter surer, gameson worked Out, and') the stand is pretty We, can sell you a very fine scythe, and a snalh to Hold it, anda
> : Mrs.J. Written after the death 'of Lieut. .
'Attending this meeting were: good.
Mrs. Bowen, at Davenport. Miss May stone to whet it, and a rake to gather your hay and a fork to pitchit
p D. Jeffords, Mrs. J. M. Cooper Col. McCrae. | Lake County: Citrus sPlaying In
Thompson, a niece of Mr. Parr shr full swing. Heavy set of fruit into your barn. If you" will get these articles and use: them properly
Mrs. R. S. Floyd, Mrs. Cecil Prentis, -
accompanied them back home ___ I"Mn. Tom Woodall, Mrs. J. W. Wil test[ ye in peace, ye" Flanders dead, throughout the, county, with the exception we'll guarantee that the sweat will start or money refunded. Try it.
i Mrs. Elmer returned homS led of tangerines. Several new
Sharp The fight that so bravely
{ der, Mrs. C. H. Grantham, Mrs. A. ye outbreaks of citrus scab; thrips in -
; Tuesday spending some time E. S. 'Hall Mrs. We've' taken up. And we will keep abundance. Truck in
after ,,C Chapman, Mrs. crops good con-
with Mr. 'a mother, in the Par-I Max Croxton, Mrs. John Chapman, True faith with you" who lie asleep dition. A car of *p".beans shipped GASHUM AND SUSETTE.: .
t' tin settlement. I Rivers With each a cross to mark his bed. from the west side of the county Susette had been bothered with tramps until her patience was
I I Mrs. L"R.. Farmer, Mrs. T. M. -
brought .
$2700.Bradford
O. And poppies blowing overhead! exhausted. A begger came to her door and said: "Please kind lady
: Mrs. A. S. Gilbert, Mrs B. I County ofpinders
Large'
I : crops "
,; FRANK L. HUFFAKER IS ,''Seiver, Mrs. Leon FenneJl, Mrs. E. Where once his own life blood ran are being planted for "hog-. I've .Iolt my leg"Wellitisnt_.

,. 'WRITING,. VALUABLE BOOK I A...F nne11.-Mr.. ..C-Jdc.K.ee.-J4rL-: red__ \ _..!/ -.- - ;''i rging-I "'OIT-1I'afmere. pre planting herer-so- you-just clear.. ouiL" ..npp4cL.sus,_ ,
_. _. .
---- '-= -=1 So let your rest be sweet and'deep summer feed crops as well as late and slammed the door In his face.
Frank"" L. HufTaker one of the best B. C. Crumb, Mrs. Julia Smith Mrs. In Flanders' field. ,,pinders. so as to have hogs for market A few seconds later the begg was seen gasping for breath
MarlonCarson Mrs. Neimeyer Weiss in the fall and late
I } when
e'_ known newspaper men in Florida, I McIntosh, Miss Susie Bell, Miss |prices are high. summer and swallowing hard as he- left the house. He had got a new slant

who resigned the editorship of the I I Wilder and Fear' not that ye have !died for I'r Suwannee County: Two potatostorage on how( to present his woe to'. tired housekeeper. '
'ryBryan, Miss...Ethel ,
'
the' ,
Tampa Daily Times shortly after naught, < houses will be built in Live
i') S
Miss Lizzie Thompson.
Oak one of 15,000 and the other of
United States entered the World
a The torch threw to us we caught,
ye 10,000( () ) bushels capacity. These houses
-
s War, and assisted in organizing and STATE FUNDS 'MAY Ten million hands will hold it high, wilt be built by business firms, one
L went to France with the American And freedom's light shall never die- of which has already contracted for OsceoIa'Hardware Co.

\ tank,: 'corps; has returned to Tampa BE HELD IN BANKS We've learned the lesson! that ye 10,000 bushels of potatoes to be delivered -
this fall. Either of the firms ,
; and is now engaged in compiling a
.. Tallahassee, May' 12.-Any county taught I I will allow the farmers to store the
1, most interesting and valuable publication paying as much as $20.000 into the In' Flanders field. ,I potatoes in the houses if prices are' Located on Klsslmmee's
;k which will be devoted to "In- not satisfactory at digging time. Asa '
I timate touch" sketches of prominent state treasury may keep that moneyin ELKS LINED UP BACK result two sweet potato clubs have BUSIEST CORNER
the banks of that county until ;
' '" I I been organized among the boys and
Floridans. "Who's Who in Florida,
called for by the state under a bill OF THE SALVATION ARMY ]girls.
is the title of the publication and its I
by Mr. Crews, which was' passed by i'
'
= objects, according to the, publisher, Former Governor Charles S. Whit- .
are: the House today. The banks shall be man of New York and Brigadier NOTES FROM THE STATEMARKETING tocooo.ooooooooooooooooooooo.oo oooI

named as state .depositories, but the General Cornelius Vanderbilt, respectively BUREAUDo
si "To credit, not advertise, men who
national chairman and Greater
I
state is not required to designatemore
{ are contributing most to the spiritual New Yorkchairman of the ap-
than three of such banks of not forget to look over the
o educational, industrial, commercial j preaching Salvation Army 'Home
and social of each county. It keep the money at ((Service Fund campaign, $13,000,000 young chicks from time to time for I
r political' growth home to be used by farmers and have just received a tender of aid lice"and mites. Hot weather is the

[/ Florida. : others able to pay interest on it, Mr. land cooperation from the Benevolent paradise for lice and mites. R. S. FLOYD'Groceries
"To the 'into ,
give public. an insight and Protective Order of the Elks
5 w the characters of those busy m.en- Crews explained. He said that with ]Ion a scale quite unprecede ted. Hon. '| Thirty-six pounds of clean ;Spanish

into their fads and fancies as well as the. amendment limiting the number I Bruce A. Campbell, Gran| Exalted peanuts in the shell will plant an. ..
their, actly"t that must be named \to three, the bill Ruler of the Elks, came to New York acre, experts say, and a one acre
professional and business had the endorsement of the state officials I from St. Louis to make the generous seed patch, if properly handled, will! ,
.
ities. .- offer. In company with John K. Tener ... .
at Tallahame'e. There was produce enough seed to plant about
f "To depict characters in a manner former governor of Pennsylvania,
but vote against the of land 20 acres the! next year. With this
c that will bring pleasure and enlight one passage a committee of members highin ,. and I
the measure. Tobe..named as such the councils of th Elks in New fact before them it should be a comparatively -
enment to the readers-mingling hu- depositories. the bank must qualify York Mr. Campbell called on ..General easy matter for the pea-
y mar and pathos with statement of 'Vanderbilt and Mr. Whitman and _i r
.I as under the present law. nut growers to get on the right bas-
fact and eliminating that which is placed themselves unreservedly at I
'cut and dried.' ---- the service of the Salvation Army. is; s FIRST METHODIST CHURCH "We have watched the work of the 'cerned. Take good care-of all kindsof Fresh Meats -
it .. In addition being of the most
to
one 11:00 a. m., Sunday'S hoot, Mr J. Salvation Army at home for a long seed, as good crops cannot be
; versatile writers in Florida newspa- time," said Mr. Campbell, "and we.
raised from
'poor seed _. ..
L. superintendent'
; perdom; "Huff". ,I is intimately1', *c- Overstreet, know that the) work that they 'did 1 linFrance i. : .
.12:00 avm.r Preaching by the. pastor was right? ,M line with what ) Rats multiply rapidly when left .. .- -, ,. .

t, ing1 j men of the 'state, by reason of 2t30( p. m. Junter.League; Miss peace. It' is efficient. economical I eat. One pair may increase to more I'' ,' : ., \',:..\ : " ,' L"" I '/( '

.' ',estlng"4from'klver which[."Who's Who"to should kfver.be" inter', Hopson, manager.. nothing hard-working sectarian and about practical itswork., with. I than 2000 in a single year' Whoever' p'I''tirt"176"' : ; ;' !'.''.';...:.,.\<" "'302 BroadwayC. '

7:30 m. Epworth League allows. his to become .
t' p. prayer It's ideals of service are those'that property over- "'-
-' ,Mr. Huffaker will be a// slated in his meeting Miss Huffman, Pres. the Elks can sfipport to the limit' and run by them Invites los's. Farmers' ...

}, ,,4 A' work by"Mr. Richard Elliott, who 8:30 p. m. 'Reports from Centen- 'we are going to do it. I.m writing Bulletin No. 896, "House Rats and

}; has located in South, Florida after ary I Campaign. to every lodge in the United States! 'Mice," sent free by the U. S. Department .

two years of active service with\ the 8:80 1300 of them altogether, requesting of D . .. .. '
f> m. Wednesday, prayer- that--of fleers and members hold jkhem- Agliculture! Washington, : oooooo.oo. ooo.oooooo"'o'oo ooooooooooo" ,.

'I ;r Canadians France. I meeting. .N sel es in readiness to serve in any ;.C., describes various methods by .

Shingle Creek, 4:00 p. m., Preach way asked by Jocal'committee.' even |which the depredations of these A. CARSON'PresidenL N. C BRYAN. SecretaryTEWATERS' .
SOCIAL COURTESY FOR I ing by the pastor. to the extent of taking 'responsibility pests may be prevented. .

,;. -- ,..i- JHR.AND MRS .ALLAN Kissimmee '-Methodists are asked to for putting local. drives through and : Farmers cannot always prevent '
"
= - 'and in-
over the top: It is a sensible
r .awaitat home .Sunday afternoon the telligent thing to do-to finance the outbreaks of livestock diseases on & CARSONGROCERY CO.i;

Mrs.- H, C. Stanford..was hostess (coming: of the Centenary worker Salvation Army by a national cam-1 farms, but they can and should always '

s Saturday eveningsentertaining a R. P. HODNETT. Pastor paign to support their work on a use every preventative measure Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '

number ,of friends complimentary to budgeted" plan, and we want to help and see that.proper precautionsare ,

>1Mr" and Mrs, ,James Allan, who, left i AT THE BAPTIST do, Governor.t. Tener confirmed the attitude taken when the disease first

r y: this 'week,,:'after,+ajt' 'extended visit The morning .service CHURCH' 1 held i t of the Elks toward the Salva makes ''it appearance._._ GROCERIES

here.: \ *. t- I is natal at the B&ptj'cpureh; { .although tion Army. "The Elks 'had' 0.000men The hen's greatest profit-producing

r :A;program of, exquisite Victrola t 'the pastor it ,absent. There "In the war.: he explained, "and. period is the first and second years, .
7,000 officers We know from' timeto
t ,:records ,*' wa..altefftated, by piano will be prayer and song service.. 'time that the Salvation Army and unless a. hen It .'an especially ..

I. numbers' and songs rendered by Mrs. ]I Members are requested to have .'came nearest to a perfect score of::all good breeder she should be disposedof 004000404000000'0 0004' b400004 6i 440''"..,. !

,,'?r Martin, of Chicago, who is the guest icripture verses ready; Mr. W, H, -civilian agencies undertaking at the end of' her second! laying 4 0 0 .

of her mother'Mrs.' Jacobs, charmed rones will officiate and ''Mrs. C. A. :are relief earnest work of in commendation any kind. Our.of men then season and before starting molt. 0 WE.SEt.L.: 0 0 WE BUY 0

s. .,. : ,'" ... \ -. '" -. In many' parts Jbl the, country the 0 4 0 :0
. . '-' r .... -- old-time custom still prevails of 0 'HAY- 0 It BIDES 0

;, . . '- burning valuable cordwood in' log 0- 4 4 .
.
.. 1 heaps following? .the cleaning up of 0 GRAIN 0 0 FURS 0. f

.. new land. Thousands of .farmers 4, 0 4 . .
'
j" \ must provide themselves with wood FERTILIZERS C = r

'I 't" , ,,;', --,- .' _ for next winter. If the 'farmer cantot : : 0 WOOL 0 \ ;

"':'f'>:'..''f,, '. ,!. , r use the wood himself some 4 .SHINGLES 4 0 + 'l i

.''''t., ).. '< ,c. '"T .,. neighbor, schoolhouse: or church will 0>'. 0 0 AND 0 ''
!',r '
: ; I likely be glad to get it when cold 0 ORANGE BOXESo.: 0 .
0
.."..,',il J"i..:';,,:'1' '. ". j"-J', .< weather comes. Much wood pppar.ently 4. 4 r

." I "si: : "f" /. useless at this time of the year, 0 ORANGE WRAPS .4 0 ALL 0''J c
,
sop w : Have tb'Children Bank Accounts? 1o will be wasted unless forethought 'is 0 +v, o

.it: ,. .. . _ 0 COUNTRY .'
.
\ ... . exercised. Do .not"burn your waste 0 VEGETABLE CRATES 4 4, 1<:

a It really doesn't' how much . . .wood. 0 4 0 s 0 ,. .
matter they begin with: h', the fact
Every practical; farmer realizes the 0 CRATE NAILS 0 4 PRODUCE .s 'h*"

r' c that they begin-did start" -do keep.it'up..; It's Ae Lesson of Thrift importance of killing weeds and .. .. .. .><,,-

that count*-not the! amount of money.they have 'in BanET: Unless grass coming In the young" crops . . . . .. . . . 0404000000000004

during the early growing season. It .
t1 you train the child Thrift in childhood it will hardly learn it in later
is well known if the-
a fact that cropsan and'Carden Seeds .
j_ We sell Field ,. of all kinds. l'
year Childhood is the time for learning'lellon.. Age the, time for----- be kept clean at' that time they We
give special attentioit.t pb qing oiifhundng and
camping parties.
r S s stand much better 'chance of- .
:j- : putting those lessons.to1. : practical ,use.. r a maximum that producing Free delivery, in city limn*. 'Phone No. 12.

"N "" 'T" : 71eld..Jao We :are: county agentMf good fertilizer \Ak 7or '
J $' to ; ,: ,' ,,...-. ..- -". -,. *later cultivations be less difficult fertilizers. -. us' circular sad, ..
prices .on.. ,
_, I'"? :l'at It acquired the cradle "last.te. ." ,;jf'; & '. ,, "* L. vest
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.r. r : the ;' ,...':.tt, \ "Orphan", plgs.calvee, colts andlambs
,, l e'g' 4 ,, Irave4"-7.mil' Proverb.'V, :.. ; 1 ""V"VDEPOSITS:' 'If4.' requiring too much' care for in which .the growth is a matter No Worms la a Healthy CnUd '
1' ',J : :. ,f.i.P";)," ''j. the average farmer to bother' with, of years Earned timber bring nor .All cUoIha: tse.bs4 with wEr.e bey ea u.

;. -: are salvaged 'by the boys and girls tllrn.. Watch for fires. L.althr.....thus ooIae Ie,seas.....1DcIIoat.or 1_ ata.acl seer.bod: dt.t 11M.b..R.e i

7 'F. .Cjfiz nsBank : belonging to clubs Patience care, Millions of doscns of eggs are annually tot GROVES twe.r TASTI1ISS...... : CAWTONICgb.C ray='/ ,
'n tataealeieua and good nursing 'by a. youngsterhave lost ,ty washing. Water removes ...-... -u...WUI act earIcJI tlM .hood. ....

brought to i maturity animals from the shell a gelatinous ........T....... ........ a.a G.rre.l5tr..atl.rata Nat..will tMNrbotb.s .

I which otherwise would not have'survived coveringwhich' helps to keep air .. httM.g..tesakWe...MaK will lie. ;
OF .....
,.: KiSSIMMEE! infancy. As result the meat, from' the 'pore;.and prevents germs .
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