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 23, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00908
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Tucson It Is with, ,considerable satisfactionthat teams In'hauling the necesnry: flit It' '
KiajUmmee's'.:excellent location '. ,Ariz. ". NIGHT. ALL MEMBERSARE URGED TO .ATTEND. I the Kissimmee people not. that' is probable that 150. cubic yards of

Its splendid landing field for navigaatorl ,Phoenix,?Ariz.. .H % AS",MATTERS' OF IMPORTANCE TO THE CITY WILL *' the'. ground'. ',has been broken in the' dirt win be required .to bring the y
of the air nave -combined ;to -Yuma Ari unsightly[ ,vacant lots adjoining- the .lots to the proper levels. and. insure
bring'this city Into the limelight of Bakersfield. Cal.' 'f *' national repute this place having Fresno Cal.f ." :- pot preparatory to transforming the, There-are numbers-.of-ways people-
,,been recommended by Haj. Gen.Ch... i. Buffalo N. Y.Syrscuse : ipto diminutive assist'' in' this work
pot city
a : may helping good
Menoher director of- the U. S. Air. N. Y"< f '-, .W o 0' Oo** ..*. ..00." ooooo.ootU 'W, This ha been the desire 0 f.rk.'cit,. r I aUfng Money Is always. needed. g
V Service as one of the thirty-two I Albany.. N.\ 'Y. r for tome time but first one 'obstacle Then donation of! hedge: plants of
r "UnHed. States to be designated Columbus N. M. and then ,another to' ,trees shrubs '
cities in the *? f ?' seemed effectually or: or- flowers could be
as sites for air terminals. ', I Kansas City, Mo.,'. ..... EXCEED APOPKA'WINS; OVER block progress in that direction. timely. In. week or two the grass
There are certain, conditions, .how :. Oklahoma City. Okla The' project was revived' recently should' be planted when volunteer s
ever that will have to be'met'beforew. Uniontown,' Pa.j v i : "rith "Mayo W. :J., Steed in chare, workers ..,ould be needed., -
are definitely placed on the route' Daytona. Fla.....:.. c J, CENTY. LQCAIS'- fi 1010 2 and has now passed the Initial stare. The be planted is'about 800 '
and a strong committee of cltitensIs Cleveland O. % THEIR .,QUOTA .' : of development. x:80 feet. In planting the St., Augustine -'
now at work retting au available Chicago. Ill landingfields MayorSteedsays he has had all : grass, the rows are only
will be requiredto \ Regulations divide the kinds of help in eight ten inches t x
data as to Juat'what getting park nnder'way. or apart. On. man r
; gain this -coveted distinction. I into four classes.. 'r t Last Sunday ai. ;' NIl letter ,day +(The Kissimmee-base ball nine locked .. Chairman .H. M.' Breaker ,would be' needed tq place'the' plant '
Daytona is the only, other cityselected <" The'-plans for the ftnt'clai.!, pro-in 'in the Kissimmee Methodist churchfor horn with the Apopka nine Thursday ,of the street committee of the Munchand another to push It into the groun.Lwitb'
in Florida as an .air-termln- I vide for a'square field 600 yards with practically two hours' effort I in their: Ant game of'the'' peas6n his fellow committeemen have a stick1 and -the third to pack .f "
al. dimensions or'an L-shaped' field,with it went over' top" in the Missionary -' and lost to. the tune of ten, to given valuable co-operation;, Alan' :J.MaeDonough he ground around it. Any one wh
The Tampa Dairy Times', .of last ground smooth and- .firm' in :',arty I Centenary drive' and-secured'two. i l 'the city engineer, has ,111' Join this army should re o.t.+o
Tuesday contained the 101lowinlf, in- weather .and without' bDtacles or the subscriptions or the guarantee of lacked"team put up, a good fight made the-levels and laid out the fren- Mayor Steed or the park ''committee.'
formation' regarding the project. ditches, within half ,an hour' 'from the full,H quota assigned this Organization -!but theteam work which eral.plan of' decoration and' City: ""Ti insure a success'of the park it,
The Times Bureau the heart of 1hfacilities : >good .. ;' i: -( marks the more advanced season Marshall,/;Woodall has been ready' to will be necessary to install some aort'
Washington May' 2. transportation electric 1 Foe weeks "the preparations havebeen while their opponents are a seasoned ,..lIut 'n cry' time h. was called'o I irrigation and at present the plan''
Air terminals In 82 cities and lights, water supply and sewerage going: on for this' day. J. .team and are considered among the} while\the Aboard of trade made a sub- is- to lay a main and use' four' hose
towns, stretching from theAtlantic and adequate accommodations supplies I'L. Overstreet had been appointed dP best nines In the state. tantial .appropriation' and citizens, with nozzles. ,,The -watering the
.Jtojthe Pacific and from Canada to and'tM..1Ield..muIIL rector of .the campaign and In ''turn ", It wa.-evideht that Klsslromee has. offered1'financial support.-" - ground will come'within ,the duties
M MexicoF" -*- VAn I ave (In its center'had named-AencaptalnsvtQ-jJiead the plenty of good material and all thatidn.edeLtojpake L The general plan is as., follows: of>the Man employed to,care for the t
organized national system'of' \\f Concrete/landing In this ahape3 rTfcross Individual canvas. Captains ,and their l it a -winner-- is experience Beginning' on -the side next Pleasant ' "
air lines. ,: with a.circulartmarker'. 100 teams? had carefully laid out their and'confldence.Next : Avenue,;nativrtrees"wilt-be-pIan ted, -In=: ape.kIng-of--tb.--pro ertMayor
, That's the dream of Maj. Gen. feet,in diameter upon 'it, bearing: the ,work and on Sunday morning the Thursday afternoon a game'using I the ,Eucallptus.' the, ''cabbage) Steed said: "When this, is welt under .
Chaa. Menoher director of the U. &,-:'name of the city and fits number in name of every member of the church will- be played on 'the local diamond palm and possibly the pawn**. ''That way we expect togo afterth,
air service. And be has) already bei [letters,15 .feet long and 8-feet wMe, and. as far as possible, the friends with'' Haines City as' opposition :and 1'I will'make-an' effective back lrTOund -dumping ground back '. of The '
' ,, gun work to make- it a 'reality. '- The number'must also be placed in. had been assigned to some team for the following, Thursday the teams for the park as viewed"by' strangers 41 Inn*' .That certainly should be cleaned ' ,
The air service has selected 82 cit the northwest 'corner. ; personal : will meet at Haines City. The Kissimmee : whit .Ujht..t the station. up' and beautified 'and"; perhaps "
cv lee in various parts 'V>f the countryas ..The>second-class field marker Instead The-pastor of the church dedicated crowd has spoken for thewinning > Next wfll b'a' row' of Oleanders,' out In-a tennis court. The Ath,
kites for air terminals: of being a circle must.b,,two the) morning'service to the work and score of both of these Polnsettlas and Hifauscus and In Uiir lictic 1 Association has mentioned: this,
These cities are:! crossed arrows; three ;feet wide and chose for: thi. *discourse the theme g.", ... 'foreground a plot of .velvety'.... It I place for a' court and the idea' seems
Boston. Mass. 90 feet long ,in the" of the largestfields. "Called for Service preaching a The Kissimmee line up In the ApopkaKissimmee Impossible the St. Augustine grass.I to meet the, general'approvL"' At' .
New York City N. Y. 1 strong sermon'' on the'' need of.voh.n.. game follows" : will be planted here. any rate that. spot is anything but-
Richmond Va. The third class' field need ngt'poesees teen in the great program. mapped Pitcher Irlo Bronson. :\ Then as a frame to this pretty picture .{, an 'advertisement for'' KUsimmee .in
N. C. a concrete landing crocs but .t' by, the' charcl!: Catcher Holmes Prather.1st a hedge'will be' planted entirely! :Its ,usual condition; and everyone pas*
R.leia-hr., S. C. must have a cross-shaped marker It At 3:00. p. m. the teams assembledin.the B.. Lee 'McLean. around the park. This' may be of!I slnjr.;through Klsslmmee or, arriving
Augusta Ga. need -not have permanent .ttend.nt.1 churchfor fln directions; ,anda I 2nd B., Bob Bulh ck. Privet or Camphor or any decorative 1 from the 'south nina ,the first impression ..
Macon Ga. -- or supplies but they must short consecration service, then ,lfSrd B.; Leroy Lesley.: hedee plant. 1 of the city, from that view.,
Atlanta, Ga.KISSIMMEE.. ble upon request I, started out on their mission of love C., Sheldon Johnson. The' cooperationoffered Mayor I .Klsslmmee is not ,alone 'in making
., FLA. The fourth class.field is for emer- and before, two hours had scarcely I R. F.. Trimble, Mayor.Steed and his park committee an effort for. civic beauty; for manr
Mobile Ala.." mentisatt and its only three : elapsed practically every block in i.. F. Sam Prather. has been generous thus far. The cash Florida towns'are levyin a t mill
New Orleans La. have an arrow I Klasimmee has been visited by one i S. S., Rosco Roberson. donations including the 'aoprooria- tax to create a fund for this important -,
Baton Rouse, La. feet wide as a marker. I, or more workers. The quota for the f i Flatonia. 'Tex.. The expense of building these landIng -' ussimmee .church was placed at .acid Wheeler. !amounted to approximately $150. city has purchased two blocks, In the'
Beaumont Tex. fields must be borne by the munieipaltles. $8000. and this sum has been Hedged I Sheriff Ingram and S. B. Aultman heart of the city and will convert it

El Paso. Tex.TexarkanaTex. . ", i with some three hundred dollars FRED M. BASS TRIES FLYING have offered the services 'of their Into a ,ark. ,_ . :

.. on Page Eight). forgood measure with still a num- I zMACHINED '
Columbus, O. ______ (Continued ber of members and friends of the'I --- .
j 'u.u' church who have not yet been reached. Fred M. Bass induced; one of the MURPHY 41 AtONlt ARE
The final reports will be madeat air men visiting Kissimmee Wednesday
.the evening,, service next Sunday ,
; COUNCiriN SPECIAL to take' him up in a ship for a
CITY when the drive will cloee.' <
.spin "etherlal"blue/sand
through the
.Aceordinsr to the;district-; campaign* a. they were .starting it is reported :
director, Kissimmee was among the'r hat he said to the flyer: "Now show HERETO PAVE E MISSING LINK
' in this. section of Florda ""
-.,,me what. you can' do. :
ON ,
MEET REMITS TAX HOTEL to pl.dire.its quota and the stateadvices r -At any rate.the classy stuntathat ,
'give- the same "bonorabtemention .hip 'went through would defy description '--- 'If
by one not' versed in air I' Kissimmee andthis entire :sectionare scarcely $100 ''diffirence'M' the'
,-- '., 1 ship. lore. -' When the iP'plane -landed I promised earlyxreltef :from:the .amounts named.' .< ill
CALL. -rbinjr:.absent, H., M,_Breaker was unanimously SHINGLE CREEK CHURCH ,again some bystanderasked Fred if .famous or' "infamous" ,missing! link I The' firm will open., an office In' the
tV To Geo. W. Fox H. M. Bre.kerz.R. S,, elected President pro- OVER TOP CENTENARY. he was afraid when h..wa. flying, to in ,the Dixie. Highway, for Messrs. Graystone hotel and one 'of the partners -*
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v' Floyd, G, M. Taylor and W. It:Arnold tem.I I:which he is said to have replied *No,(I Murphy an4.Maloney who contracted will be here tq personally.; .v y
Members of the City Council ,I The following petition was presented The small church at'Shingle Creek ,but I had the funniest ,feeling. ever'I Ii I ,'with the'' state road department perlntend the construction.
j of the City of KlllimmeeI> I ,' signed by taxpayers, as follows has made ,ftne showing in the Cen- i had In my. life. or its completion,..'arrived in Klasimtnee The grading of the road is practU
You are hereby requested. to meet : tenary drive. The membership i. this week and. have already began cally 'complete but the bridges will f
In a special meeting- the City'i! PETITION. mall and very Jew of them are Mr. G. M: Taylor of Kissimmee is operations, be replaced before'the''' 'is ,
Council of Kissimmee, Monday the To. the Honorable. City Council Cityof wealthy, but the church 'has gone spending today in Orlando looking The firm of Murphy' A: Maloney laid.The (
19th day of May, 1919. at 4. p.' m.,I Klsslnunee. Florida: safely over Us quota<< of $480. A. R. over. the citywith a view of establishing ) are from Knoxville and are thoroughly I firm expects to employ 'some
for the purpose of receiving ''and acting -,I" Whereas It, has beenbrought" to Dennis and Geov'C., Bronson is the : a grocerstore..-Tuesday's familiar with the' road makIng ,forty men and. ten or twelve teams)
., upon-petition filed by certain our attention that there .is a bona committee in charge of this work.! II I Reporter-Star. proposition.. Their bid, on' this and will push the work .right along. 4 ;,
taxpayers the Graystone; Hotel. fide*' sale pending, for the 'GraystoneI .- -...------- --------..-..-..-...-- stretch taking. It, by the unit I Js as :In' fact -they -expect to have it ,completed
property.. I Hotel and th.1purchuer. a hotelman ollowst. by early fall'at least by the, b
W. :J. STEED, I intends to give his personal attention $60 per thousand'"for ''.the'I timberfor time the tourists. bring about heavier Z
Mayor of Kisalmmee.; and run a first J class hotelbeglnning SOLDIERS AND SAILORS ARE bridges etc. ; tram.RPosdhlyI ' ,

Presented with above notice this,j in time" -.for-k"next-season' .$24'per. cable yard for the concrete," there1' Is no' one thing' ,
19th'of May 1919, and service: accepted construction. : which has brought Kiaal.mee"'ecre.; !
.. .. anWhereas; The city"'taxes for the 83 cents per square ,yard 'for .thenacing'the adverse advertising, alp ,
G M. TAYLOR put four years are unpaid and 4n MEETvWEDN'JAY stateto''fuurnish'' the of two and seven+Ighte'miles, of
K' S. FLOYDH order to >successfully I closer the deal, CALLEDiTO ? : : t most'. impassable road and then is j
w" -- ., .- "W:-H;;ARNOLD th. 1ien- cityTtaxes-mast-be; .25,-tame;:perInealfoot.foreon.# no-qu.8titm'-bat-that=m"\Ttra.. .,,w . '

I / .M..: BREAKER., cancelled, and .''. , ,ret*!curbing.' : : avoided, motoring bore. last: ?winter,
.. Geo. W; Fox absent from city. Whereas; There .Is ..vallabl.'mon.y; '\01 .This: it' is thought. will 'fgareout who pouid possibly.takd seme'Other'
: !J.o. :J. ,M. Woodall. Marshal. ,., to pay; the" /outstanding liens 'Au honorably1'dl. : :sailor 'and marine;In' townElect" officers xfmatelr .$64,000 ':for the completed route.- 'The completion of 'the 'Yoad '
\, "'' -The Council met' pursuant,to"abovecall and the city: taxes and there being sailors) and marines b.rged'aotdlera'l which are:-. '',, Work. ' i willnot, only add to the pleasure And
other ,liens ty. 'are'"hereby called Poet,, Commander'nPoat.VieeConemander : > '' the' r
; 'there being,, present H. M. after the; payment: 'oft ; Messrs.xMurphy'and Maloney'wefe convenience .of tftI.allDr.bllAi< ;
Breaker R..S--Floyd, G/M;. Taylor. only One Thousand Dollars.. 'for this council "chamber"1 Kissimmee 'on Post Adjutant Post Finance opposed by two'other:' firms f which but 'will. Increase "the- pneperil-.of. i '
w: H. Arnold,.Lewi. O' ryan.-Citr. use. . -' "' . ;r ., Wednesday. May'28th., at 4:80 p.m.; Officer-Post_Sgt-at-Arms.. .; ubmltud bids though there was! thin' section, Imme urabl,., i[> .
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for the of Send in' to'.Gen. A.. H. Blandlng- .
Attorney; W..:::J.-,Steed, Mayor; and purpose organizing a post( r r
;; R. G11bert CI.rk. ..The ''Pre.ldent'W" ',,(Continued On P..Eipt,) ::1 of ,the American' Legion' At "4this petition' with at least; 18 signaturesand m'IMMU"'i., 0.0.: : P.:
n _----.- -.--- '.. .. : meeting''' officers" will be:elected .and list'of u' ffleers, requesting a' DB-IljEtiiSTt F. t : ; -1:;?w
BAND PLATED arrangements made for sending representatives charter from the National Organization : .; SI'fEDJsT: .CLOUD: ;FRIDAY i
'' KISSIMMEE I to the) of The Am.rican.Lecton..' This .
W ., Stateconventlon i -
0 UNVEILING - 'INCLOUD in Jac onv1Il.t.? J I charter will be granted as HOn '.. .
;:SPNDAYThe'Kisstmmee ; ; Quite A. representation the? I. .O. GEORGIA':
All who are eligible to membership possible.; In the meantime 'go ahead 0..' 'organization ..of Klsslmmee ,DIESJif

bend''omitte4'; tle) in the' local post are, I requested to I: with organisation'"and 'enroll' everyman Lodge! .No. 74-.motored .over' to the ,
} ::: AT ST. "CLOUD SUN, usual Sunday afternoon' concert last communicate with me at the earliest in town who 'is.eligibles Offl-. Wonder City, Friday nlahtol: ; be '
*" Sunday as they'_...' '< engaged >to moment possible as' I-;wish-to ''secure t eers and enlisted, men;are, taken ,in present at a meeting of tile $to ''hefainll, of Prof. Rl; M- Evans '
;.'--. take part? in the ''W. O..'W. unveiling f complete list ,of .the ,soldiers and'on same footing." v Cloud Lodge No. 66. : was' .maddened this week by the. re-1"'
h 'The, W., O. W.' lodge 'held 'an impressive ceremonies at,the .St.',:Cloud''' ,come- sailors ,of this county; '; I All details;'as to' Postadrninistrs.. 'The'."aitora 'furnished a candidateand celpt' of wire froni-Galnesvllle, GavJohnson.
._ ceremony at, the St.'Cloud tery.' At the conclusion .they .went The, 'following letter; yrfll explain: tlon will be explained'af the State- i assisted in initiating biD). into atatinp: that Dr. F.;.Ml Means. Mts.Enna .
I cemetery Sunday afternoon when the into the city and played one of,..their :I EUGENE ,C.BRYAN. ;; con.entlon'to. be held in Jacksonville the. mysteries of the, third); degree., father '".was.aera '11l1tJ11: a"he I
' yell-waVTifted. snowing-the handsome splendid : concerts from the.'veranda -' on 10-11'of June. Every"-'locaK post This trip was, in the nature'of home of,h a, daughter; frtn, ..Hy:
_ monument erected by the' order, in of the St.'Cloud Hotel Tampa.-'Fla l .i. May 22, M19;> .Is expected to bring: to Jacksonvilleasmany return visit. .for the.St. Cloud"lodge '. "
'" l a> / memory of J the late Eric''Clyde De- Manager: J.;; D. Woodbeck was as Major Eugene .Bryan,; Klsiimmee, delegates'as possible.!, 'Low' bad. been. 'guestsof Klsslmmee the The message 'reached .here Sunday, ';,
.,. '" railroadrates will he provided. "' and Mrs. Evans made immediate h '
Priest."iff slated by; twenty-two ..muslrfansand FI.'f': ; previous Friday nightand. perform--
About catxty at'the members of the it is without'exaggeration to say they. ', Dear'Major Gen: A. H.Blanding, ;;:.1 hope that you will be able to'or. ed .;'similar"service. preparations to.- le.v..for' Gainesville.Just .
.. .Kissimmee lodge _.motored 'to the played, "110m.,'..., ,'' ;j,. State' Commander; 'of' ;'the 'American gsni, e a'fine poet at once and bringa before 'her"departure' another- 1
R cemetery: to. witness the service.' They Legion. has directed' me to\write to large' delegation tqI.ckaon..Ue.Let :: MERCHANDISE CHEAPER wire toldof the death of. her.fathers.
were joined there by a delegation SMALL BOY, "STEALS 'ROLE*' yon giving the procedure for organzjng me Bear how you are progressing; Dr.., Means I. well known her, fi
-from the St. Cloud organization1 and a post of The American Legion I remain; "'Yours very truly..'- HERE,THAN ELSEWHERE. ,havingmade his home ', with' the:
"' from both cit- IN !"TURNING ,JN. TRY ::ROAD"Although S..L. LOWRY JRo Evans since '''the death 'of nlswife. :
a 'crowdd of.spectators. .... in your town which is as follows: ',. : family "
,' .Our merchants are.somewhat"i vU. +
'ie.. : f t------ < Call a meeting of every soldier .State Adjutant. \ re.years, ago.and : 5
l J1tLrLOverstrfeCfactlni.''niaster''of -" nol is'featured := .---.---------------- ... pat 'about letting it become known; I ting I In Georgia* during the summer!;
.l -e.remonle.pRe.. W.- H. in '"The Turn in the "Road". the bat:; .*\f ,out;thatyou !.season He 1 had 'been Ul before. b.
.'orator' of,the yfand Murray Over Brentwood Film Corporation produc-- FLORIDA :COW GIVES 12,5015, merchandise. in almost"anyine 'left here and had been' growing' '
tion through Exhibitors cap! ,buy' ,' lIoc.thou.lfbt'the .',
,- rt .j;street gave t4he-.t' readingswhich ; released [ steadily worse, though war
b/ {"'fortnsjan,,important. part .of the. serv- Mutual, little .Ben'A exander. Vhoplays POUNDS MILKIN; ,A YEAR -in'KieeimmeeY'eheap.r'than"' elsewhere -- end was so nearv
ice., oA. ,"'Beb."'' can. be: justly .accorded" OF ;. ,'At. 'concrete example 'was His kindly t') heartand'nnfaUinsr:; :
The*' /officers" of the KissimmeeJodge hiirh' honor.-'. f brought to. our' attention this "week courtesy-'made. him"',manr n.nda,1n.f. tiq
taking -part'werei '. *iv Ben takei the center/of-the ;"om' ,. ''j'. pounds' : :when C.'U. Grantham. the furniture Kissimmee who will learn ,with;re-'
T., :J.:;; Woodall,:ActingCommander.. ,the third.. reel on to the 'finish; 'Joe'Knight' of Sans*Boud''fame* of butter: fat the[In record.the twelve..This man,.-\ made toe mt"ment' that he gr t>: that;fief'h.>wt'aeawered-th.: last.: 4
; ,Lieutenant and. his ,remarkably.". clever work Elfers,,"has a Jersey-cow: ;' "BossieJ. nonths-covered-by. { ***;
A. S. Gilbert Advisory" .. "' of of milk! had just shipped aboui ftve" hundred calL. ";
irxn 1,042 pounds '
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W; Persons,, Banker. ,. proves hlq\,to be' a real prodigy He by name'which'he'very; probamy average dollars ',worth of furniture to Ocala '
rs ';. '* Geo."M.- Tay1t>Actinic. ClerL_ creeps into the: heart'6f the audience justly claims egj the greatest milk andbutterfatproducing : and fifty-seven which pouiyU'Mr.%of Knight butte. .per re.marks. and 'th.t his'-customer. after be LleoL, Aroorr 'kXJohnsont]: ; of' the '
Cr H; Drigirers.;'. Watchman:4 '; with the;same eastf that I the" crawled 'animal of thatstock month : as record" also> the purchase remarked that he United States Navy attached i to the ;
I. "some
N..Smith, Escortr into the arms of the crusty old money .In .the tate.:- ; iadeaved .at. least,, 25 S.. S. Western Seas..,.came home from \t
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I. son... of ObL record. Mr. KnightsayBossM" ; "p.r
Is state ; :
,.' E.'0.:Young.- Sentry t king ;whgwa. .U. trussed up like Mr. Knlghtwho' a the dean / "" New York.. 'rrivinr., here Thursday ...;
The;,,"KisaimmeeConcert ,,.,'Band It.rib roa.t-'expecting to be shot'any I P. O.,Knight of this-cltyr. ;;: ha.'kepf a -has actually > produced 802.3 .c\. \ of last.,week. on a visit to his parents, '"
.j r :played several.sacred selections and moment; by the desperatestrikers.. careful-record of1 .Bo.s.. .": yield. of pojinds-of\ butter during,her test "' ''Messrs. W. L.; Panlk, Henry'L1rht-)' Caut. and Mrs. Clay Johnson."" LieutJobrtvon -!: Ir r
t 'a quartette composed of.Messrs.,,,Roy Ben has ..big part, to play, and does milk_ and' butter fat. for "thetwelvemonth year and'more than six and a quarter Claud'Harper.- D. Katz; Fred made:a.trio-with> his (father, ) t>
the. period just f enQ'ed..nd tons of milk haves en n>ilke4 J from seyf .-. >'
\rraves-Murray Overstreet-C..11.; It:;-like -a- little man. taking spotlight ; l Ba...-T:J.Burckhalter;; -Conrad:Bry to,Okeechobee'snd-Miamktbiewwk. ,. .
Her bagT"7" !
WillMason' Tiller, away from thegrownups and has sent 'the.rribune here'WednesdaynIRht He
Summers and ; MeGhee. returning
r the Frank', Bryan Charles :
: sang .appropclatehymnL -f making them like it.. :. the story,, of what' his 'prize .cow Any owner offine, stockIn in attested- Bob'Buckles.m. ;J. J.: McCranle,'Dri and leaves, tonight .for III. -.hip which I I.. '
is invited'to send
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1 .:: Tbisrlittle'sit' year old elpan'hasscored has OI\f. The best previouslyknownrecord ,welcome Mrs.'Hugh Geiger, Mr;:' and Mrs. Roy, utatinaed at New;:r'orksnd'expectr'his ;
Mr._ night
C< ""Klssimmee friends have"1 receivedk some/distinct 'Successes in' big of a :Jersey COW' In Flo da is records. the 'SUrblrd and Miss''..,Msrgsret Lee' discharge'-from' theservice.1m. ,
I.wOrd'from J'aul-McKee.stating that productions m notable acl ev. a yield of' 1 MOO pounds-of millet\and sucha'he'isa.firm: : >believer In .Kisslmrnee ball enthusiasts mediately, after his' arrival.Araory ,
,(lie i has arrived from'Camp, Dix from ment.beta* .1. overseas and-it. ifs' thought. h..wiH the 'big: GrlffUh.production.At.the "Bessie"! has .bct red ''that' with state and Inn the raising offine'stock., 1 theball who are clad ,t& ...;.hlm',again.. v,:... ;;"....
Tribune. game, . .
'I 687.7 Tampa t .
soon, be',discharged! from! tha..service., Casino-Tuesday', .: S : J2.605 pound.of hulk"' 'and' ; r\ .. 1. ,, '

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'fr OF OSCEOLA GQPNTy' ; .. a'r ,1' .. "' '. i
I''t MINUTES ti , .., / "'" ,: . ..

L "fi.,i ._. SUNDAY SCHOOL. ASSOCIATION : t, ., . ". ,. ;h

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: Revr W. H- ..Coleman. I ---.J- '" I., I ', ,I 4 .', I... ,
annual convention of the Os Secretary ..'. ... .'''' .. ".";. .
I ;The Treasurer: W. M.. Jones.. .. -,- .. I ll rt'r- ... 4: .,"
School Association. -. I ,.' ..... CIIaw a. ,
ola County Sunday- f Elementary -;;: IIP O: ;;;; .
J in St. Cloud Fla.,. Thurs Superintendent o ., a .. '. ,,, .. '' ",,", .-w'A'r"i'!, ',
met '
k H Bullard.Superintendent ,
N. lit *
Prof. .
work ,
15 at 10 o'clock a jn.: Division .{' 4. Y rr trr tes(
day..The May secretary called the 'mHtinto of Secondary .- STJTE'sdx7.tDE .. .. .., .... ......,
: absent : Miss,,-Nellie Wetherbee i" :. .. . '.rd, .-.. .. L 1.\\ .'TI" ..'. aor.- wen
being :; '," '
order, the president of the Adult,, Di ..
', l A devotional and song, .,service wa.. vision Superintendent! Mrs. J. W. Evans , -.. .. ........':' I . 1 4 .1., '. '" -

.r .led by Rev. E. J. Riggs.,. was' Superintendent of the Educational
of welcome n1tJ"Vit .
( An address Ruth Clark.
by Mm.;M.. P. Foster, actlni 'Divisions'Superintendent of the Home pep : CELEBRATION tt
era pastor of the Baptist church.: In which I' rtment! Miss Jennie G Odwln; .
the meeting was held: Response the Temperancework

petor was made' of by the Rev Kissimmee R. F. Methodist Hodnett I Superintendent; Mrs. S. \Aultman.of of\ the Evangelistic. -' '.i::'. r
cfaoTch: '. elected to work Superintendent: Rev. O. B. Falls. Tenth: Anniversary :01 f the statc's laigcst -rinstituUon ---- -

Rev. Hodnett was duly Executive.Coirfmittee: B. F. Harvey in the ({ J' : ,
I '..' ".jftvside over the meeting Rev.:. and Mn I James Goff, A. S. Nelson, A. R. aid Uie MtsriMjwftaEJ; j .; "

1 .W.There H. Coleman were present of the R F.Kigsimme Hodnetl I Dennis The committee aQd C. E.on Yowell.Place of Next .- .--- development! of the citrus Industry im' Floridaf.. :\ :. .
;1' Christian School) Meeting made a report recommending .' .
-0 L. Overstreet, 4.
:Mr. and Mrs. John for the "
,', ..of the Kin. that Kissimmee be chosen ;
)I and Mrs. L. Ingram of meeting and the rec: .

r.. i,.t 1.1'' p'' '. .B.Moseley simmer Witherspoon, Methodist Mrs. J., and Moselev;Mrs.Rev.T.and\V li.. ommendation,'next A resolution place was of thanks adopted. was for tendered his' >: , . F :ps c A i ; <,

hit J, Miss Helen Perdew of the KissimmePresbyterian the retiring service.secretary r 0'. I .,.
in the
and Mrt faithfulness "
h '. school; Rev. '
8:45 o'clock, .
declared to :
9 -E. J. Kigira, Mrs. J. E. Riley, Mik 'I Recess was Indoors
,by will
being pronounced \ '
and Mrs. W. W. Riley, and Mrs. I. the benediction ins LAKELA' ND 1
3 ,--Klbbe- of the St. Cloud Presbyterian Rev.. W. II.Evening Coleman.Session. Held' I rain or ,shine -
school; Mr. and Mrs. James .
t 'I convention called to orderat '-
Rev.. N. M. Beauchamp, MrAnsbaugh The was InSATURDAY -
Goff. .
Mrs. De 8:45 by Rev. I.: L. Jenkins the I --- '
,.,W. A. McCooly, absence of the : MAY 31 ;
vice-president, in the : .
w' Pew Mr. Fenimore, Mrs. Jennings, .-'- I .:.. !., -f_
' Mrs.: }' Mrs. Zimmerman' of president. I' iI1
Cloud Devotional and song services were # '
Rev ,I '
Methodist school .
the St.
1. L. Jenkins and several other. conducted by Mrs. M. P. Resolutionsmade rooster. 1 At this Big Auditorium ;

i, k 'r from the St. Cloud Christian school; I The reoort committee which was on adopted and RC'-t- t ; 'h'
others fron
Mrs. Foster and several ::
t' the St. Cloud Baptist school. I is as follows: Ten years ago, with the citrus! industry of Florida in a most perilous position, and after some growers .. ...

Committees were appointed as follows Your committee appointed reports to draft as had been compelled to sell their fruit as low as thirty cents per box forty-five prominent Florida growers . .,,

;} : With I I resolutions follows. respectfully boarded the train for California, where they spent some time in '

On nominations'Rev. I. L. Jenkins Dr. W. and B. Mrs- Resolved. That It is a great privilege studying the methods in use by the already successful cooperative . .. Pepsis II i

,erspoonl ley. for those in attendance; upon marketing' agency of the growers there, Shortly' following' .....** s...i-. 1. A. ... tOt N_
Ret. W. II. Coleman, this convention to have the opportunity (I. Aeell.rl..)
'" .Resolutions: ___ ,_, their.retUl'.JLtJa.Fl.rid..ibe _,hehLa meetingwith
'Mr*. M. P. Foster and Rev. E. J.'I land -of consider meeting the' togethel'disell811 various matters at the Tampa Bay Casino and the Florida'Citrus Ertehge-was--',grmmmtm.SenUa.. .!!-ear -,---- -- -- ,-

,; ,, "' Rina.Place of Next Meeting: James that have been brought to our attention launched Ah r..a. lilt P. ?

Goff and Mrs. T. R. Moseley. I in the interesting addresses Tea Tears ef: Sarrses ( Aa.nerleai) I

i Miss Mary F.. Price. superintendent ::hat have been made by the different I From a modest beginning the Florida Citrus-KxcHange: has grown to be CaD tOt Order. or ... ........ ..
of the Young Peoples Division ipeakers.. the State's biggest business institution. It has stabilized Florida's citrus _...__ ....... W. 1I..ple.l N.|.M CHyCartla.
of the State Association: made a r. Resolved, That the thanks of the industry through its methods; and I brought the growers prices of which they 'lavecetfaa..w. _. .... W. ,. LakiUadr. +P
helpful address on Young Peoples''' I[invention are due and are hereby before. It Ia.. pointed the te progress _
had never dreamed in years t way .u...... et w. "
endered to those who have so ably ......,: W.....
i Work.A and prosperity for the citrus growers ef the State; and its members, naturally _____. .Lii.I.
+ lively discussion followed the and so interestingly presented considered the have reaped tao financial and etaos1 benefit ef leadership. ....._. ... W. r...... e.ra..l* ,

address of Miss Price. I rarious topics the convention.that have been Of Interact ta Every Grower A. ...._. . J. .. a_. F....... VIII .\
\ Rev R. F. Hodnett made an ad- by ...
*, dress on, "The Sunday School's Call I I Resolved That the thanks of the The Tenth AaniTorsary of the organization of the Florida Citrus Exchange 'lawn. aad CII P.r..r.. aerbaagi'f FUrU. ,
Education." The address 1 onvention are extended to the First is an occasion of interest! to every producer citrus fruits within the '
'tw for Religious was fundamental in its bearing baptist church of St. Cloud, and to State of Florida. Not only should every member of this organisation attend A...... ....._._ .. -J Dr. L A. ... TPn .... l ;'i'
;; for affiliated with the*Florida Citrus Exchange :. Mnl CltlMiWBMk a Tr... C..) t
and was well received, and an the people o( St. Cloud generally where it is possible, but growers net ( >
both interesting and rentable. With characteristic -1'10. B.l.lUn .1 the
interesting discussion followed. he entertainment BO generously will find the program .. Pl.rida'"a
The convention took recess to 2t30 ided for' the visiting delegates. hospitality Lakeland Is arranging to entertain a host of citrus t* V.I.i In

o'clock, the benediction being pronounced ';; Resolved, That in the judgement of growers on this day Every citrus grower la the State, if possible, should JUtrm*.....:... ._. _._. C. E. II....... Jr. T_,8
c t by the secretary. his convention it is desirable thntl I Ia arrange te be en hand. -..... ....._ BM./".. netW. t*

Afternoon Session. I[ i day be set aside by all the Sabbath I A4jeer....' ef aurMaj win .. la aaialeIfaf CIIIY a.rb..g. ., C

The convention was called to order schools of the county as a_ Day of r (a catch _..... aIM eet et Lak...... A..r_. - -- Cee.w. A. Taps I '
;' by the president at 2:30 o'clock. I Visitation and House to House Can-I: -Stlll.c our Frill l. tfc. N.rth" ,

r Devotional servlcs was led by Rev vas among the people of the various .Sk. .rt '*'.".-..___.rr.nlCltinu ... en.en '
N: M. Beauchamp, ommunities! with al'view of Sncreasnrf B.lartaln.nt Ir .f .........
"Re-adjustments to Forward Move the attendance at the Sunday I .

,., ments" was ably discussed bv Rev. schools and enlisting' those brought;
r' W. H. Coleman, mid a very interesting in' in the work of the Sunday school. : 1 .
., '' .' .M. Puckett Foster. .
1:' discussion followed. / era I -' -. ..
r r The committee on Resolutions! was I E. J. Riggs./ '
t instructed to formulate a resolution Cards were circulated for pledges'or '' JI .
looking to a house to house visita the support of the state work..' *
tion of the county to urge a larger The pledges and cash were taken up,

attendance at the Sunday schools. I The clomnqr address of the convention _ . _._' w.--- "--.. .
Miss Marv F. Price made another was delivered by the Rev T. II. .-- --- -
i' 1 P splendid address on the various div- IcConnell, D. D., pastor of the Presivterlan -- ----- ADAMSON
isons of the Sunday school work. church of' Orlando on OVERSTATE work, Rev. O. B. Falls, MR. FRED, t.

.F Cards .were circulated: among the oife'a Greasiest Question, "What I GROWERS FROM I' 'Executive Committee, B. F. Harvey DIED SUDDENLY MONDAY .,....'
1 members 'of the convention and Then Shall I Do. With Jesus, Who Is James Goff A. S. Nelson, A. R. .,
; '1 pledges and cash 'wete received for Called: Christ TO GATHER AT LAKELANDWith ]Dennis and C. f;. Yowell. Death visited the home of Mr. and. '
the support of the State work. I I Prayer was offered: by the. secre- The utstanding'featore' of the contention and Mrs. Fred Adamson early Mon. "
4; i it ., ........--. ,j
Nominations resolution introduced
The committee 'on' tary. I' was the 'day morning,' claiming Mr Adam-
% Y' a ,made a report which. was iadoptex I A'stanza of 'God' Be With You characteristic, hospitality the :them.: The morning meetingfrtom''t that a drive be put oh foot to in- ion, after a sudden attack of atom. !'
k and Is as follows: We Meet Again", was sung, and (:itizens of Lakeland are preparing 1O o'clock to noon will be in the na1 1;erest ,the public generally'in' Sunday ach trouble.. .
w President Rev. R.,, F. IIodnett.i ITiII benediction was pronounced. by 1 1Dr. ,o entertain what is expected to be ture of a get-together acquaintance'.ichool work by making a house to I He had been ill for some time but tit

Vice-PreBldent Rev.. J. 'T, W: McConneH. -. ()ne of the largeatcrowds, which ever gathering, while the 'main meeting I louse canvas., It was suggested that was not known that his condition.
i. Stewart. -W.' B. Witherspoon Secretary. ,sited that city when the big grow- is scheduled to open at 1:30 p. m., 4 me day*designated as Sunday School' was so serious till a few minutes before -\ .,....
. . (!rs meeting convenes there on Sat- and to adjourn sufficiently early to ,J Day be set asidefor this work. he passed away.
jA 1 a a1 Rub-M"y _Tlllm Is a great pain killer I irdayv May SI. enable visitors to be entertained by d The meeting, closed with a fine talky Undertaker J. W. Thompson,.prepared "
relieves pain and soreness causedy The occasion is tile Tenth Anniver- the citizejis of Lakeland before I> .Rev. T. H. McConnell,. D. D., of the body to bd'*ent to his old f" /

I LOOK TORe Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains, I tarjT of the organization of1 the Flord catching! evening trains leaving that .()rland.o., pastor of the Presbyterian hime in Jacksonville[ Ohio, for in ''J-
7 THE FED BALITRADt.MARK/ >te. Adv.) i, Citrus"'Exchange, the great cooperative I city. I thurch.Kissimmee. terment. ,,1'/'
-( marketing association of chosen the and If
( i was as The deceased was 84 years old
'} r. Florida citrus growers which is tool Mrl'Wisler: Cured .of Indigestion.JSome l f]place fot ,the .next convention the leaves his widow and one son by his ,i\.1J''
1. A PAIR OF SILK STOCKlNGSt ; lay:'the biggest, institution in the : "time In 1909'.w1ienlfthad' an I issodatioh. former marriage, who lives in Ohio. do.
state of'.i'loridaJrVhile. the -Ex. The-loc.r S nday''achool workers Mr. Adamson: hat lived here for
'I'f4r. 1AttgqI1tionr _" want _to be .bappy..don't..c; + attack of indgestion and everythinglooked r|
!1ffAflLs "- If4r9U.' your 'husband.over dif'<(::hange was organized at a' meeting to me, I received a I attending the St. Cloud meeting were years and has many. friends. to mourn
>t'. Brent makes of motor can, especialr ]geld in 'the Tampa Bay Casino JuneI gloomy of Chamberlain's ,Tablets Rev. and Mrs., W. H. Coleman, Rev. his. loss. -
<' ,.;. Shoots $1'a I when he happens 'to know, more ':I I, 1909; its organization was ptimar- free sample mail. I them a,trial and :C. F. Hodnett Mr. and Mrs. J. L.verstreet. 3
) aboutcara"than you do." This is the'!!ly due to the untiring efforts of' Dr. by jiuch gave a to me ,-that I I> . Mrs... L. IL Ingram, Dr Palm beach County: About 20 or >
decision arrived atby; ConstanceTatladge. --'!:JVW. IAman4befounder of Tlormce they were help truthfullysay :W. B. Witherspoon.. Mr:'and Mrs. T. more farmers are making large increases 1 4r'!

4s. who presented by, Lewis .J. ''( i a
'i tmong: the scientific citrus fruit that I :.Mill" Helen Perdew. several poultry farms in the county.M ;.if..Q'r ,
: t elznick in tier latest :Select Picture, ,!.raisers"of south Florida. W .was in ,since," writes Wm; B. Wisler,
1 "A. Fair,of Silk Stocklnpwhich,'" Douglasville, Pa ... ;
s 1; to appear at Jhe C;asl o.. Theatft? *,honor of, Dr. Inman and prominent ? n i H-I i m i I'Mi' 11.u i u u n m i ni- ;,
<> ''. .. f'f Polk county men participating - ti
Monda ,
4'w j- CONVENTIONS e.x '
this big anniversary S. S.
; with'hlm.t that. COUNTY Jc s i La.

: celebration oeing.felt was was given fitting to/ it Lakeland should, beheld it .'WAS-WELL ATTENDED-- 'Ist' Your Table prinkA .\\l

;: i; IT'g ;NQT YOUR;'HEART ;: ;,1 1 It ;vrsifolldwing.In Polk county.several, bad seasons The Sunday meeting I School.: of theaOsceola'County Convention: at'St.: .'.. :!,! ,,1\
4 which \some growers ..
,. YOUR sold;oranges daring, for .as low as 30 cents well Cloud attended on Thursday by. Klasinunee of last. week people was Real' Part' oif, the- Meal ? '71,

h "Kldar r: _...: A ulU rlty o( the Ult-amietloc' ulatoe the kidney, relieves Inflametlons .-I Florida i growers of the feature of the church work.A .. I '
"". I >.ople t04a" can be traced. .back. to and destroys the srornu_ whlvahave ifornia :to'' study the :methods occupied the ; ,
|kill...,., trouble,, cawed It. Do,until to- co-operative marketing'agency of splendid program There's no food value In coffee or tea.They .. :f'
p morrow. Oo to year drusrslat. today-end' there which alreadywas all day program, Key. Hodnett, pastor 'Yl .'
.'1: '.'rsraaa Th kldn of',r-th.*' body-tli 'rnnct insist on BOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil the /,' successful) ,operation. Returning of the Methodist church; Rev. ,W,,, fare accompaniments to the ,
1..X l- Tyourblood..,, Capsuloa. In twenty-four hour you) Coleman pastor of the Christian meal. :
r flltermra ) the purlfl should feel-health and visor'roturnlnsr they organized the Florida, 11. k
i rtk Kidney disease Is ttsnallr tndlcalod by church here both making able ad I" r'3 .'
and will bteai the day yea Orel hoard: Citrus Exchange. It is noteworthythat '
)F t ,, backache.i,stomach nrvoun circus, of'After DOLO MEDAL feel that Haarlem you OIL have* eared J., W. Sample'3MIai11 s City. ,,:'dresses. session ' J
p- I 1' / M*. pain la.lola. and lower abdomen yourself yon continue. fo take ono or two who presided as chairman at the I I ;The evening was !given over POSTUM
'. ....ato.... erav. .l, ,umatUn. ,sciaticaad oapauloo oach day ao'0'' koop la meeting at which'tbq Exchange ..wasorganized to reports of committees, reading' : : i
')1 ad lumb....: .., -- 'ant-cna.-. condition and ward. off taoi" ten, years ago, and .. th*.. 4araarmnts' are'nature'sc danger' of other attacks. < : officers. were named: I II.
: several!
at preliminary
the kidneys Aak, for-the original Imported GOLD presided 7 e
olpala to you that
warn .
r help.4; Too should UM GOLD MEDAL brand.' Threo .1.... Money rounded meetings held ,by Flondans visiting I.I.Presid'ettt, 'Rev R. F. Hodnett, of 1 ,
., '\ H>dDiL JUaar Ie.nOUtCap.ul* Iman- -( If {hoy. .do, ,not help! ..r.oott' ..:. :.......,.' in.' California, 'will preside at ibis Kissimmee. 'I . f Ris part of.the meal and a right royal 4': .,
{ t 1 b; .:.:.._ __..........:.__..;;.:_....;:___:-:....;.......,-----------------. meeting held,, Lakeland Saturady, ,Vice-President. Rev. T. J.. '
--------------------------------- Mayr64.._ : Stewart of St. Cloud. W'I :part, as one wet] knows who enjoys a '

_1r -' + **' .*.****....*.*' *..*1>'. ... "*.*.***Oc.\ ,'Dr. J,, H?,Ross, is scheduled"f for an ' Secretary; Re,!. W. H. Coleman/of I, hot; full-flavored. cup ,oar this "WtWhy n . '7J't. f
.9*>. *'* ** **. *.t. . ,' -. ,' .. . . -, address which under' the ,circumstan-1 Kissimmee. invigorating drink. < .
.. Treasurer W., H. 'Jones, of .' .
... : eea Sa'''sure to be one:of unusual intereat. Klsslm-j' ;i
1 '......' ,.....-.. ,. TAG, 'leT13Rn : .' _Dr. L.' A; Bile,"president .of mee. : li!

i : Estate: '" ;Insurance : the Tampa Citizens the largest Bank &'banking; Trust Co.instltu-. of Superintendent. 'Pro!., N. H. Bullard.of Elementarywork. 'I :1 -' do ..hundreds of 1 ':1 tt:.

i !: Real, t and :Agency"We tipn in south Florida, and who has Superintendent of Second' Division- Americans now drink thousandspnF ,
Miss Nellie 5T ,
; 'Wetherby. -
+ i : the name of being one of the roost erence to coffeer- ..
Bile progressive banker in the Southeast ,Superintendent 'of Adult Division, .. il iI \
bay.waU HI.cteclliat Jpropertleafor: among which; !
k' will speak .pon>> "The Relationof Mrs.. J. W. Evans.Superintendent t ,..; .
f r'gttracUve Farms: Ranches; Orange Groves,, )business- of Educational Div- t
are some very the Citrus Industry Values in '
a \' buildings, and dwellings- all in O.eeola'County, and each proposition. Florida," C. E. Stewart Jr. will iskn. Miss Ruth Clark. The better health from. a,10'daYs'' trial aIn : ;(\
"The Business Side of the SuperintendentofHome' Department your; home will tell. \ !/1
listed at iteiainimum'valuel! some Include ail} necessary fann'.quipusent talk upon ;
Miss Jennie> Goodwin. I. .
tl Florida Citrus Exchange and Geo.A. :lt.
.. .We also can offer- exceptional: bargains in. llaaimmeeand; St. Superintendent of Temparance I ,.. II /(
? Scott, former! division managerfor I .
; -
:.u. >i-Cloud properties'now owned by non-residents who are willing to Mil ? New England for .the Exchangeand work. Mrs..,S. B. Aultman. Postum fa boiled just like7 toffee j 4 .If
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little. Evangelistic J .
vat a .sacrifice thoss ffering excellent opportunity to invest a' recently elected general sales Superintendent of ? .

,,, rsarpln*-capital l and benefit by",the increase in values -which is', ears will speak: upon. "SeJlinOUr. minutes after boiling begins), is a- beverage jl:
j ; FruIt lathe North. In add* 'Habitual Constipation Cured of 'rich delicious flavor and "
to. .. Call or write us.i 11
i'' ,; .come.. ; ( "Y' tion a number of prominent'growe. la 14 to 3i Days, L economical. .
Inc. will be heard. "\' "LAXwrm PEPSIN- a speciaiiy.SympTonloLalmtivefar , M:. I :f.

:E. .A.'Strout'Farm: Agency; The meeting is to be held in the prepared HabitualConstlpaUon. '''4't'

"' : big auditorium// lakeland and the ., ,It relieves promptly but ., : ."; :.. ,. .'Ifij
i 'D... 0 WAflNER' Manager' handsome home of the Lakeland Elks should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days Two sizes; usually sold at>* 15c and 25c. i ir T. i'\v

: K Kfssimiuee .-' '' ,-: .- -. Florida club, closely 'adjacent,,will be..thrownopen to Induce regular sctionr It Stimulates and ., : ;.; \..
fi; I >x I in honor of the visitors, and a Regulates Very Take. 60o .. : .. '''', .
r 4 a oc 4* 0 0 o : splendid lunch served at no, cost Ito I per bottle,, >i1 i'IIri .
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.- .. ; proved more ..satisfactory .than
' J Ii'|'! HKissimmee
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Valley Gazette, .Klsslmee. any othcr-Iax tiyc T have verusecLThct'other/ ; ; .v

.' The Fla.second annual convention of I members of hay 'family also; Use it and we. ecommend '?

>,' the Florida State Automobile Association '
-, ,ithighly.From .. /
will be held in DeLand on ,
Thursday. May zpth, and the follow / a Ia'tw'to Dr. Caldwell wrlttea t>yV '
Ing, program baa been arranged: / I Mf.( Caarlee Feaske, 90QS N.Stfc. fiueeu I '. .' "
-fill JIIl II ; 11:00< a. m. Get together meetingeitr \ PlOladelphla., .Ps /. \ :' r.
>and "
dub.'official* .. ..
welc min*,Florida State Automobile I V S t.V
THE Association: to DeL nd and extending! V .
cuislon.keys of city to them.. 'Informal 'dis- I Dr.: Caldwell'sJSyrup .

a FRIENDLYTOBACCO 1230. Noon adjournment. .

.' # -' ... 2:00'p m._ Selections. by.DeLand. . :'
: 2:30 p.;.mBusiness session. Pepsin
i % G.- '/. ..... 4:00 p. m. Guests of'DeLand-Jtfd- :
'' tor Club __,
. Spring Ranch,
{ where Mr.; FY N. Hurt will be host,in /, The Perfect Lax'atrveV
showing\ this magnificent develop. 'W" ,
Horse Sense About Tpbaccp mentHo the'motorists. rl: ,j
6:00: p. m. Guests of DeLand at Sold by Druggists, JEverywher*, F
barbecue at DeLeon .
0 8:30 p. m. Concert Springs., DeLand band" V 50' >(Two) '$1:00: "
Good tobacco like
,, ought. a well-, at club house. . .
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p. jrn. Guests Commercial .Ii! . "
bred' Jhoss-all th' kick .taken Club. V
out but
At this Good Roads Congress will A, combination of simple. laxative herbs"with

th' erit left in. "come up matters of greatest importance pepsin that acts in '
all sj> to automobile owners in the an easy," vay, and is ,.

'- State of Florida, and everything I. as safe,for it is positively 'effective **

You: see, half the Secret of makin' a good" ,hoss is; I meet prepared in earnest to make this a good roads. on the strongest constitution. A trial l bottle, V

in the breedin' an' half in the breakin'. Selectin' I soclation The Florida is sending, State: out Automobile invitations As- can be obtained e 'of charge' by writing'to

'R' tobacco that's grown right is only .half.of m kin' I The differen, delegates. all over the Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458'', Washington ,;.Street' .;, ,f'
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Velvet. The agein' is; the other half. I Since' the annual) meeting a year Monticello, Illinois..
.. . ago, .the Florida State Autonbbile -, 1 . ",
I Association Has Incorporated a number ,

I II That:' only jme. kind of agein' that gets th' right II of new features, which, are of Hudson, Catherine Denning:.' for that evening.Finding ;. ., . -
monetary to its members. '
l'eSo.1. ,
Fifth Grade A. I the lake trip not possible
.N .results*-.Nature's. own.. ', Nature's, . .no clock. I a/ Monthly of Magazine.these new features are Don Oliver, Hazel Bass., Elenore., they.:formed a theater party, then
I Florida Mo.torlsts '
Burrows, Vivian Floyd Geneva Mil enjoyed their' picnic lunch at the
; which goes put members )er. ." home 'of C. A. Carson. "In,the
watcher. She does a job right whether it takes. ,each month, < party
keeping them posted ,
Sixth Grade R were, Misses Lola Lawler, 'Marion
i' two'years or two thousand: the New new General work of Permanent the organization; Georgia Fairbanks, RebekAh Mil. .Porter, Ins Carson.>LuCY "Wit......* t.poon. \'
Emblems Radiator .ler, Mary L. Snodgrass. 's Mr. and 'Mrs. Scott Souders, .
and Automobile
iy. ; Insuranceat -' '
lzthGnde Ar-- -- Far.
-- SQ :when,she gets through with the fine Kentucky -. brought cost to itsnaapdepartment members. It all ohas -Eunice Hirers Katherine Mosele", mer Albert1leardcnL1d&1on', G. P.. Garrett, W. J. Steed, Capt. {
up to Eugenia Akerman. Meiklejon and Mr, Bevlns. ',
Burley that we put way-ln--vyooden.hogsheads.- lthe.-, point Road where Map of It the has State produced and will its Seventh Grad. B. I ;

for two years, it's just right. same by the thousands. Elizabeth G. Moteley.Madffe Riven, "
r The State Association's six principles Fred Lupfer. I \ .'

,'. It ain't been hurried none, I Florida.1. The promotion of good roads' in Marv Kritz Seventh, Theta Grade Phay A. .Katherine "A year ago -;:;-stomach bloated! }

2. Comprehensive road marking Miller. so badly with gas that I fell unconscious "',"
I or short.; cutted. It's a (sign posting: ) Eighth Grade B. and cut my head badly ton cor
111 Illli 3. Enactment of'progressive leg None. ner of door. 1 had suffered front
Nature-done job. islation and defeat of adverse legislation Eighth Grade A. stomach trouble for several gears
affecting automobiles. Zelma Bronson Winnifred Den- and no medicine helped me to speak
n'ns Genevieve Doering, Martha of. A..druggist patched head '
4. r riBtic action against theft ofautomobiles. up my
Hodnett. and advsed me to. use M.rr---W: -
All kinds of \! .
things-.are IIIR School. '
.- "o. Accurate( touring Triformation- derful Remedy for my stomach trou:
in tobacco free to members. First Tear: Dorothy Miller. ble. The results have been wonderful -'
packed tins but.
' And there is an active departmentat Second YearDorot.hy. Denning:, I have never had any ,.Ign' of
Frances Kritz. former symptoms since. It.I is a,
; state my
good neighbor will tell headquarters working on
your Thin Year Ruth Campbell, Per- .
each of these principles ) ; simple, harmless) preparation that removes -,,
you "Velvet is the 3 l pipe The Florida State Automobile' Associations - cie Oliver. .. catarrhal mucus from the r
Fourth Year Burton Ames. '
i ;: Intestinal tract and allays the', 4n.
president Is M. M. Smith,
'q 't' Davis.fifiG .
tobacco. Prove it For your of Orlando, a man whose very namespells flammation which causes practicallyall
stomach liver and intestinal ailments ,
(rood roads. and the secre- quickly relieves Con.tipetlon.Biliouenea .
self. including appendicltis..Onedose
tarv i ia P. K. VanValkenburgh. who I ,
In his first,yearwith the association Loss tit Appetite and will convince or money refund:, ry
'I, has worked tirelessly to make this Headaches, due to Torpid ,Liver.adV.PARTY ed. J. Z. Roberson and druggists

I organization an efficient one in i>U'departments. everywhere. .
Any one who drops i in
,,.. at state headquarters Orlando, these A party of young: people'ariRnged 666 has more Imitations than any.
II[days soon discovers that there is in a lovely launch ride in honor of Misa othe Chill and!Fever Tonic. on the .
Florida one real state organization Lawler for last Friday night, but the market,. but no one wants imitations. *
I working along business-like !lines. weather man frowned'ion the ''plan, They are dangerous ..things In the.. ,

sending, -:0'decidedly"! -inclement.. .' __" weather__ _medicine_..__ _".line_ .:-_. (Adv.,_), .__' ___,... 0'_ t
BF t(5( hu proven it will cure Malaria
I Chills and Fever Bilious' Fever
Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the
: ti parasite that causes the fever. It is
t.dtltd' .rate.. asplendid laxative and general Ton.
+# wios'x a ic--Adv.K) W1GLEY

i'I' Roll a VELVET Cigarette .. "


The, following pupils of the Kis--
a' Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days simmee public schools have not been '
DrnUbU ntmt money PAZQ ONTMCNT1.l1. absent or tardy during the monthending' The Flavor Lasts I, : 'llt
Free Paint Book lomantlr to cor.llcblm.nllovM Blind.Bleeding ProtrodUU. Pile : May 9. and have made an lay
Itching Pile Bud
/ you can gotMpafter
.. . the n.t application.: Price Cos;,era,e of ninety per cent or more in
\' their studies with not less than elgh-
e --'- -five in ahy subject and not less
YOUNG PEOPLE ENJOY than ninety-five in deportment.
1 II - S'' '. First Grade C: J\ t'r
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-OUTING- AT..UGLE.J.AKE. ItermoneMiller,- Ha zer Miller;?Dor* ,
:'Will"b r'h lpfu1-to-you-atid is Keen Lola Peak Matilda Dietz, Hlwavsthe .
'f :MiisejrrDot end Jo .Maklnson, Nor- Louisa Muller, Lois Whidden, Mar ;
t painter- ,* ma Griffin, Elizabeth Ledbetter garet Whidden, Osborne Winn, Joseph
: 1 your Elirbeth Page. Mrs. D. A. rage Mrs. Jeffords. Richard Hartnett, William : best: :
,. E. C. Bryan, Miss Tiller, Messrs. Robert Prather: Harry Bert Dale, Clifton ,I "
Contain illustrations of attractively-painted homes, shows Page, Roy Graves. G. C; Livings' Oliver Albert Rogers, Russell t.

floor plans, give* specifications how to select the right colors ton, Douglas Brochie: of Davenport; ;;Swain, J. B. Bronson,. Billia. Partin JJ.u. ,for. r.
alroinform.tieq lOll" pUntlnlroot.., barn., buggies wagons, and Cosmo Williams of Loughman, Paul Milar, J. J. Griffin.B ..
.' implements, refinishing woodwork and floors,, decorating were) e' merry party of Kiasimmee I I First ,the" ,
and their V
young people chaperons Vera Harris, Alice Bass. Luclle .
walls.. This valuable free Paint Book tells how to get the finest ,
< ; motoring'to, Eagle Lake ,Friday fora Gilbert Mabel Farmler Eleanor in ..,. VS V 4r
result with.*. ;1" day's outing-. 'cry Carl" Key, Lon' Tyson, Raymond'' PCjCe ,

.... ,. ,:1"i Dayson, Lindse< .Driggers. William ,
: Lassiter. Oswald Falls John Drig

., 4 : CALOMEL.NOWPURIFIED. gems, Nolan Bratton Henry Barber Ir&y 4,
Haley Duke, Curtis HarrelC: Roy
':" .b t A Breaker, Paul Joiner.First'Grade. 'r aV
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0a Annie Lee Bass, Eva CooperBes. a p A ,
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.. ." . ALL OBJECTIONS sie Dolores Revel Margaret
L Johnson .
1 *!* 7V$ v. .. ; VT I T, ,*. fJ''" h Partin Hampton Bowen V Le Vert ' Tbe t'este t I

Inasmuch a* painting I Investment and not anexpcntS'You 4hould Cbemlst Rid Doctor's" Favorite Medi-;)Bass Herbert Bass, Cecil Yates." tlve ca s'vuorth
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4_ us* the best and most economical paint your money p I Ii die of ..Naastktisir ,ud.. SaBntiDi! I 1, '" Second Grade,B. )
wilt Pee Gee Pit and Finishes will give, la.tinC)1- MargaretYates, Alma Shuman; ofbe, flclat'eansertuvrw
buy. : : you jaatisfaction Qualities =: New' .Variety t V Called 'Ethel Jone'- Lilla Hammack, How- ,
i at lowest cost. They hav*,* test for more AV J I Charlie rV
If ard calla Harrelson.
-CalotaW' .
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-\j hment
than fifty years.< 'I 'Second Grade A. t
"' Edna Williams,. Mamie Turner;
I 1' ; .'A' triumph 'of modern pharmacy !
,t, .......-.c.albed Co..Incorporated, ou4vllle. Ky.,. 4 4s \ that is a'blessing"to th*'whole world;i Billle-Hyatt. Herbert* 'Breaker. '''Or-Al
.' Rogero,r Henry Bratton Agnes I
yl -that i* tlhe opinion of physicians!'
OSC1EOLA 'HARDWARE COMPANY and .druggists'who 'are familiar with,das, Louise McLean, Frank Schmidt,
+ 'Distributors ,for; .' Pe.Ge.'P.InC Product O;: ; the new, -nausealess .calomel that is .C11Bor'4':' Chapman Helen Rogers.;: '
: - ;> >Klsaintunee.Florida.. A 1J4 wholly. free from the. objectionable .Third-.Grade B. i
f' 5 ' ', ' n' I.I Harry Lee Swain, Stanley Chapman SIY.
1, :t j : y"r 0 R effects 01; the) old style calomel.
\ An occasional purifying of thsyc. Nonan Graham?; Frank Kriti,

.. . r1f. r:;, "t1MJ' .'... rlt' 4'.1R i 44! ".',.: -, t >__ a4 ,. ",,:. tem .and the ,thorough cleansing of I iMontellePLaneyEIaeQuirk;; ) Geneva Griffin, i''
the liver are absolutely''essential tohea1th. !
., Bowen 'Jennie"chjlder. Alberta : : :
y ,-and. as-all 1 doctors know cal
BAY ENTERTAINS omel was'the only drug that .T he"w !
I Grade :
Third A.
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.AT BRIDGE. PARTY :Y. P.'SJG''E! ;; -'+ UDpleaaan plihhed .? w"-VV '->'p ;i'Z.,1 ,, t \.. vation danger .kBagenU Oliver, Franklin'Edwards. I'j' .
4 Miss Frances Bay wea'a'cltarming Mrs.. W.',H.Coleman, ''entertsllnedthe'young entirely removed, the poularltyotthe.nw.calomel p- Charles Tyson Evelyn Faullc 'Gene I ( v.o.'r'
Calotabawill '
P.oplea'Sodety. of Chris ) I Roberson. Annie Lee c.--: l" ='-
\ hostess Wednesday afternoon, enter- ; be va Cleckley. J
Increased.Its Is ;
I vastly effect ,
I taming the' Kissimme brfdge--elub:' tub;; Endeavor Friday night 'at her ': Fourth Grade IL. i -: f
delightful.-:! tabletat, bedtime
'at the horn. of her sister, Mrs JI. WI horn on Main street, with a helpful with a'swallow .. .. Sallie:Story.-Clara, Sue Ledbetter,
of water-that'; all :' r
' Bole a* well as a. pleasant 'evening < I Emma Quirk. Charlie Thomas.Ray'Thomas ; 8SfS4V
A general .'Conference! .when the No salts, no nausea'no'griping, nor Beeland 1Ych.rdiHoltaeJa'W' '"
Four" tables of.players enjoyed the the slightest'unpleasantness... You ; Edgar \ ):$
guests' talked over the work of the Herbert.ehwedart. Walton /V
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jranaes, )lrI. F. C,. Buttorff whining wake"up in the morning feeling ,fineyour ',, _
Society' occupied: the early '''of "
'the club the prize and prise.Iw Mn.. F.. C., Burrow the! evening.' then followed part_sodalhour. liver. cleansed, Lyouc .system Tyner.Foertk.GradeA.. t .. ..
guests >
.when 'light. refreshments I purified and with' a hearty appetitefor Frances Bailey;:, .
served were
salad ,rl
'Adadnty course was Served.- ,- : breakfast. Eat what yon, pleasenodanger Fifth Grade B.Tlna -
with/iced, tea at\th. dos, ''of the"' '- t.I" of salivation.' No restrictions Schilder. Ethel Owen. Christine ,
r' .afternoon. i :Rub-My.TI.m is a powerful- antiseptic of M..Juli.) Ledbetter, Minnie .MAiRO' a 1 -
For Calotabs
,Ibi -+ Thst Dill IM AftsetJafMm .. ... ; ,It kills :;the poison caused sold ,only your-In protection original,sealed paiflagW are, cbni J l .. -;

affHt Mak..... ....the el.c6LAX4T1va :; from .infected cats, :anres. old...lores, pries. thirty-nte spats.t yYoHri: !droc"? t drl.vsY TaetoMw' TewlcifcUM ff.!_. .II, ,,(',>. 4.....\
titter, 'ete (Ad9'.) r ;. -.' :i'0
JIOMO QUWW_ Ie..u.aa.o.diauy ., ,. gist : recommends an-J sroarantM'dai Ur ri rasa '
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N afd-d.........mss._.nt-t.Nq_doe..t.etl..nU __.Mb .4, ,I" ," , I L'ij them by refunding, your money If I rh.1o.d...; Yes__h.i.Ma .' fI.,{;. i \.', fir ,
l 6ur 1M. ..%.../.<.... of'.'ft.' ..w. ..J OaOyK> [. i -Joe.t' '..I f But aeribe'-t. low- .;"the- '0\\Valley- .'Gastt' you ar not delighted- ..with-them. ads 1*Z_7 a1smclM"*'* .' frig...}t..,. 'Y '#1 ::1" .' 11 13.,t..At'. t.tbnflf1t! ,... .. l' A !f tu ,

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LL GAZETTI! .. .-" . It i.. i', I)' . If. ..11 i . i. . . . ."11. ... i..... i Tb* June .brides and UM sweet girl J tl i!,' .That Methodist, MiasJonai-r eB11* -*., .
USSIHHEEV T.r. Wu': tfl be( TrectepXo cJri".. I
t graduate'a r* almoct doe. j J vary| campaign was some.1

Buy At Home. ,
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......fir r", YOsrMaww Watqh.r Mart ,Shut{ Msloury' ., ,. . ,.' :;-
and Murphy have eonlrhcfcrd. to finish J c. i *"f."!\
w. H.Prh.M....f. the brick rwMf between t.b'Ity' TW MUwkg free" last Friday OrlaaiU Rp..ter-Star will reO : +
: tt I*,' ..- Aa..w..rM.y ''*nd Campbell at an early. dU, 1111.t. <4{,. hearty .*.)*wsMwmtalKiasiismc: py]. ... Lane HM Furniture f ': + .

I 7etk.,...... .. . A.. Nr indeed., good 'nw, far it will cloee) latoretb of .tU city at heat, and .artic.UHy tk." Mrdaasrfs and ,. ":X : : : I, ,

k. .. ...... ... ,. up the gap ,in the IXxJ/ III"" sway, ..fa wU "' 1 \. ,
r ra ..& . ?* "? are eased ">..1 *. Mar the bvde..1 l tasatMa ; 1
!'.pr. ?cal r*..,.,,. -.* ,-.--.,,. And atilt the gaping rtnlrrkr' of many /. all UeaJ \
i f:: '$NIIY, ''''.. Mbatkr..e.---* : 01 tb. patrww of the roa4. It munthe bpwiswt. aael t* ee.bibsrt to "ft'7 cams wWtfcr. .
t .. ClJlt'. 'arse Mw.ll.-..._ ..FaI .admitted that this "mlesing link" citric *r duritaM f v, .
s +
: ha .il. AD pasties
I .. .. hard road to travel and Wjtk.. .. If .it is Furniture,; you want, %fc e +
All anntniNf.tlwat/ ..."..pc- from "II' >t .n. > t tfeparafesBnt U rise kufaict ialcrttts ./ ... rider dry, ." '

setts..,.Is..-.orrsapalAenlN ter"" ..,.....,.. amt Lsnrn.4ay productive.: Many of trait autulrt tempera.have and fceen prp- we t.tpectf.4 CAll rJs* attealie. W dss ., ear p,..J.. wk d* a contemplating;: buying 'anything in our line in the near

.l'J,4 a.frr .IIJ not ". rrtrrseAj unity. large p.,rtio .f their frame im Orlando t. tics article, ... astTtkat' "' shall .
bottomU -
?e ,... for. pulled out" the almost (uture 'will do well to tee us, U we' : aP\e' I'
...NJ.-H. 4 "" and .*ylnr.! "111 .be dlm-M ite4.all-, they read it eare/sJlr,.avkstitntiir tie..&.. W Kunmauf?,wbererer,, -- ' .- y
0,4. .In rh.l'o.ln/eerrtKlulm., ' to-l uckerstlon< if J ew saw ninth<< a Orlando.. mud 01'Special "-'- .
'...., Vlord{ .. .., .ltbn4.ttt.. ", .,'.',) Wore! I .
ro awful plot( <* *f road Inducements to Those
.' --- -- .. BUY WHAT YOU NEED IN OR. : NDO.. "
,jlflp' "UHllertdMir' // -words having) a .
'r4 similar' purport; Year prosperity .U band. .p with Orliie) ,
e OrUnao's/ profprity It bouad up with flat ./ it*.bunacw louses.
W* had .n' Interview with aKn'orktr i!: .!Its( iaclo.ti,.. III bank ad Itt nerckaat Wishing to Pay Cash'i L
the other" day and it woe r :
peculiar! u.I"1"",'.. To Urtcin with 1 I They. 'ia tan depend ups yen-vpoa year 'co.perationn .
nothing was rlirht Me was ore on backiag. Tb. drd U cenplete. Yu cannot ecFH. for cash.. "
of( bought
For Fifty( Dollars!! worth good -
'the bulk>iBlnir( ftroiwaltion, and : If the money days ..,., within the kome circle, "e tow:'HonrIsbesiU every

i r'4 Q 'IG.Aw+rt" lambasted. the city<< council fur tryingto .' tckoob thrive, ib realty valae rW,' its dvk na ertakug. i we twill, give .
the city' part of the UlxieIllirbwiay
pave 'I .
and the Kt. Cloud' road; prosperous. iahabiUatoyoa iachsdcd-ar* well .ff.If .i
taxes were, already too hlrh and the i, t you scatter ,..r ...ey abroad ia makng out-W-tew pnrckasei -

r 11574)) PflLyS property would won Let in.ufOclentto ( the semi other. dty .....".. as a result .f your iajdastry, and One Large Mission Rocker
the taxes .*>..Nd against it; .
pay our '*" wither, Yoor iadjTidaaJ prosperity' witt.en'Ia
t><. church and their ministers it. Retail Value $7.50 ..
'w.a all the government: at '
wrong; .
FRIDAY MAY 21 119 Wa.hln.wn w.i rottoh, .nd run If it I k I. ,.... sneered .. Kv*'la.a t.wa, it b pre-esaiateatly toy.ur Besides* we will make the prices. on'anything-in-our'line
? ..wholly In the interest of the rich interest t. keep tkat I... tkriviag. fr'eely while it thrive will .. .

and h* r,.lly thought we were h.vInr It heal!. I. ofer yes b th. kike"t degree. tk. ..anat.,..; because , attractive. r
THE altogether" too much rain lately. .f whkk. prefer twjs L7e. ;
I FORUM I )oetlnir. such, s man ii worse than ypa
haling into a wormy AK. If he wan . And ,....1Nr that it i* the ..... nerckaat ..... prosperity

in heaven he would critixe-tile angel l I b the Index of your town's ;prosperity I Mere, _it .U the b.ckbes W it. seCHILDREN'S

i SATS PREMIUM OFFERED choir and jar the pearly--te. off Tfc* here merckaat b the man ..*.. clerk its kt OrlaaeU.' C.H. GRANTHAM, S'ON

:, HK 'I AX UtalfUjUENCY their hln.but C.he. won't i>e there. .ny sped their ...., hI..Orf-.d.. Their preseac bcrease its 1. -_____ .

I The Watcher not.. with pleasure ......Iatie., ifs demaad fer cMusoditie*. rTk .t....d .bcreae tie . . . . .

Editor Valley' Oitaeltes, It l Iwlu to that the Houthern McthodUt are in supply available.. f.' ..-ysl) it *tianlatn. fecal prodsicts,besets. I I.pal| -
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"U& > man In the .tr..'" that unermir the midst of a drive to raise t3S- Industries, add again to the local .prosperity.: < \ 1

premium on .delinquency urn -unsound ( ()(J.fJOeJ.God bless them. we hope Th* hem ...rc.... b the ri. wk. fay heavy tares, aid tko . '
bualnea/ principle.' .Many they will ret every cent of it. Doe
kelp to the schools maiatate ire and
town offer a premium for proinplnr the bu.y throne/ ever think what the support to pEc protection,

.. .. but Ki!,..imrn4 .offer* a_ 1U> urrcii of aueh a movement meant T I* par 'Lams to support OrlandoY ckarity I. t.tIclaudie.. i
premium for d.lbtquency'hots/ who" With a holy teal and a splendid op- and hoe 1 I

; .. paid their taxes promptly, were' out tlmUm they have started to nine S H. If the maai whose activities .crea.. realty .values. rakeprosperous ,
..,.. total aurn, and hav boat the and expend. this vast amount ofmon.y the bank, attracts ,new iadnstries nod new dtkras
In human
\ . who interval did on nut U pay ever, ar.alnce offered, while a these 10'( character ai. an A man may be down,but draws buyers, from tie country here and thus still farther iacreate. ..

reduction. on tno original, aum, l a..- he IM never out a* long a. the out- the wealth in which every dtiien of Orlando shares.
ald.N! having! aaveU tn. Interest. on it trrtrhrd arm of thin great churchran The case b clear-the circle stands intact and unbreakable. n

j If Ylnc.<< It w..a du. renrh. him. The programof The home merchant i I. the guarantor of Orlando's prosperityand I
Include the
la thin sound U It la."au' \Iii.> movement,
rx TAXI'AYKK. helping. ofthe factory' bands yours.
:i -- In 'the ronfrented part of.our. Will yon not stand by him as loyally ss be serves you? Be lair. 1

.! WANT TO GIVE CREDIT greet. cities, th* rdurntlon. and uplift to him. Be fair to Orlaado. Be fair to ,.anel'.
of the mountain folk who, are re-
) -4 __ __ WHERE CREDIT IS DUE 5nove l from plvll7ln) influenrcn ofmtTern What yon need, buy now. 1 SHOES .
llr...... the Nrfrrop and Indiana And< buy it in Or asdo. ; '
t Jacksonville, Iris. May 10, 1U1U.J .and last not l least, .. th,. x \ +
t' .. JCditor Valley tiaxelte. Jirave, missionaries but who Are atationod! 1 ..rrrrrrrerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrer. ....A..A..A. .. ........ .. .. .. . ..,,.... ._ ......r....... .."..,....rr. .. ......,.I I -We have them in all style and price Bring the kiddie Hlr: In clowlnir tile work "t on the far flung/ l battle] line of the in and let u* fit them. :, .) ,
3 th* Victory l IUlln we wick to thank church In foreign. Innda. Thus H' nn- 4

you for tlio HaalaUnce{. given u. by of i"1'". 1h,t I the wh"l le round worl'l CHRISTIAN CHURCH mp farms ihnwrnK to Intrrfated' bargains port.....'In. stock For the Crown: Upa. Our Line :):
your paper. We reullxe: thut one will >ie ]>lo,.e t 11:00 Sunday School. '.
. fur triumphant6nhh : \KI.HON1 ntcAL.TY < >Mlt\V:;
the r on* our t.
very aiM-rlflreil of theie good Methodi t IZOIJ-Sermon. it Also Complete: ."
was th. aid given ua by the people. Success to them. ). FOR BALK-Cheap, one bed springs ,
preset. 7:16-Y. I S. C. E. and mattress; one table, four chair. Ladies' High Grade Dress Shoe. '___________from $...00 to $ 9.00 '"

All good to American"finish the have Job" worked started GRIFFINBUCHANNAN.Announcement I(1:30!!Prayer-Sermon.meeting/ -eachWednesday' one dlahea.dresser III, ruff Mabbette', one cupboard at. 21-St.and 1 Men' High Grade Dress Shoe ______*____...from $5.00 to 10.00 .. .

v.ry'hard Men' __ ___________from : to 6.50 '
Work Shoes $4.00 $
I'' In 1917, but w* believe that the ha bean made of evening at 8:30.: L. A. S. each Thurs WANTED ONCE Twentvflveaeonnd. : v .uu .
wpapVri of Florida hav don the the approaching marriage of "Lnw- day. hn-r.s bicycles, or bicycle -

(t Urifest. part In 'the state. rence urlffln lion of Mr. and Mr*. Junior c. E. each' Sunday at 3:30p. : no frames crushed; must or be broken In goad rim.condition wanted.: FRED S. GILBERTGflME
The woman', Liberty Loan Corn- .C. .W. Grlfnn of this city: to Mils m. Write ua at once -'. "
mitt** has achieved the (In* goal on Julia France Buchannan of Jack Young 'Ladle Circle .meet ..eachsecond" name or make of wh rl.nonl, ; ,
: r'' which they set. their hopes, and their of tins eta HKNDKRSON CYCLE! .
vl lie the to take placein -
con ceremony Sunday.
h recog-nied -highly
work been --
that city --on----<urd. May 81st. U..t.
t commended. by those ('n authority. C. W. B. meet. the first FridayIn 1 -
\"'They in turn wlah to .. Nonce each month. -,---'. BUFF ORPINGTON Duck Eggs for
} whrvr credit I I. due, angdyso wi offer h- Board .sale ItXtO' per jetting. of ,11.' postpaid -
Hai you most sincere. thanks for--th ,' 0' desire ''to--call I"att.iitlon. to the afternoon Church. each, month meet Synday tock anywjier the year: round In FJorW.Fancy laying rain. [ ONE! COME ALL!

. ',,,cheerful and, courteous co-opwatlon fact: that there are .itlll some of the 'Address F, A. StroupKissimmee.Fla. Y--
You aie invited to .
7 extended to ui. by the newspapers of 'United War Work pledge mad. last cordially' *t.our rr F. n. No S. -tf. :
f 1. the atlta, "" fall that have not been paid. 1 have service. FOR SALE-A canary bird and cage.
'q I lif, ;/, Very cordially )'ours t a asked Skin to look after the 81-tf. W, H. Coitman.. Pastor. Will sell cheap. J. 1* Denning, gift '
O'DONALD these Brack ''' 31-U-pd.
c Stat* :Publicity ;Chairman .Woman' and trust those delinquent In this Subscribe the *Garette.Classified MONET TO LOAN-on real estate ': Both .Great,and Small J, ,f
Liberty. lean Committee. matter will give it early attention.Reipeotfully J and cattle. Oeoraje W :Fox. Atty., 4

'I'. MAY M. JKNNINGS.Btat .' yours, -Klielmrace, Fla 12-1St-pd. Where You Can Buy Your Groceries Below Them All '.
Chairman, Woman' Liberty
'a C. P. aSEU>EN.I Advertisements FOR *JALB>-One Bmeraoo Typewriter
Loan 'Committee.. model three. vlelbl. ae. rood a. n.w.
.,.. -' I Apply VaIIsy O* .. U.TARMnnas.nctoday .
Edlt&r Vall.)' 0Mtt t LAKE. OOOri. Income property In the beat I'le copy of the Florida :Farmer and o _

. Ai.lon.n_tht_, world laiti.ther*. Mr; and Mr:';B-CsdelrMr.= and ropd town_ lncom.weal of....-owned Chlravo.. by,, Tart Ina with a toohrnan.. about published Uv ateek at raising dairyoultryreifrno *. :.' . FOR CASH ONLY . ,
wilt'" be dUcusslcn for and ajalnstdancing '1n .- fmlti and.-truck* _
poor health, want. Plot-Id ell mute :; ,
; ',' card playing, and the In. Mr. E O. Reltiel.. Mr. E.' D. KaU and -will give. an .excellent/deal .flee Inc. twice a month at boa per y arthree -t Granulated Sugar lie lb; "lOO-Wortla--toa-'Cu.'J iiiei:'
t Mr. Eugene ycare tor II.O. ,, Only llTato ,
against those Mrs Dorothy Smith. Neleon rally Company about f U.t .. .
yltabl urgument
I I mmusenient, ""Lead us not Into' Bryan Pr Slmpion and Mayor Steed r.yo wilt arrange- ''profitable: deal .and..general- Write farming today.paper. ',.,In' the- Meal and Crib,;' 10 pounds to a Customer .

r"mpon.1* i' not. pq4"r t.lbl'.'ther fie' this': ,Inter and Eagle O I.C..kThar Livingston.dy,,,,'afternoon motored for to Ton bargain IALJ flome In- Orange of iJrovea the very In :Flor beat FOR.**..'BALE).-8.oond-han
( outlnjf .which' featfiredwlni at ida. let ua show you good Inepmo : a. Oaeeola. . .Motor.
pretatlon of hat petition ,with. theatres a delightful .OT Broadway. 'No. '
,- 1 V r on u*,' out theft.hoUI'M' t In the lakes bountiful ulcnlc .own.r.c.rov. and Introduce. you to the Co -, ,2 Tomatoes 2 cant for,2Sc +

of my!"brother'' ,kesprrl", upper and a dance t In the ycntngr WR n tvE a few tool eottaa-aa will own OWRL.UNOS Tiner. ,.for. resit. 'Apply'_ 'to. M ,BUTTER. : ,,Clover.Bloom 68c.Maple Leaf 68cc"
e not.mean HKp q. strong to ., ed'by nonr..ld.nwho prloee and on favorable.u atbargain ,,- ..
feflti'tr ANOTHER K1SS1MMEE, BOY terma .f payment. It I.-.. pleasure FOR" ,,1.ALJII-JDII'1ttJ' aereat II 'aor acleared .I .
.t I 'To 'man,' people, especially the ARCADIA"Monk" property and locate ..atl.nedAlllenl. .- and under f f acre In ,', : FLOURGold' Tall pink Salmon can ___....,. ,20' .
It FLIES TO ., and w.are PI'.p.r..' toault burins orange eDOot';".0. worth
young, dancing a aponlaneou* ex any on. dealrln- .a rood Inreat- of cypress Umber raet four Medal, 24-Ib sack.1.75 Dark .Red Salmon, can _o.w: '.SO
'pnolonof Joy, a natural Instinctiveresponse volunteered' the mont or nice, home. ; room heaee and kitchen. Alee I* Chile Con Cam ...._ _..__. ..12'WlJbey'
Quirk' for bunch of 24-lb rack .....1.75, ,
of th. body. The rhyme ofmusic WHY NOT buy some of the rood .took' head of cattle and a rood Self-Rising, ,
Mt.hoat's.tingls and Air Sertlc'' department of the farm we' have r10 otter; and crow range hoaja looa OB the ....... Dutch CocO'i ft..: ;.28
'' U. S. Army thlwek, and ''cattle for th.-mark.t where you can Farming. tool and IrapMmeata. l 2 for .
. .
'a* note of nuil ar* combined Into. do'ao .iwlthout having raging storms d near Ken"I1I., Price t ,* 0.; ; .a.25,
.tune ,by tit. compor.. *or -vwlouadanef ..n 'air, hip came :''up from ''Area .and' cold bllaaarde to contend with Raft cash balance terme to aiflt. B. ,.Am'Pancake, ...'Flour, n> -...t., :., .15 Post Toatle2for; _....;... '.25
k. .. ;
sndtnowments..aA dla according' to- promise) and took We will aend full'partlftilareand. H. Guy n n vlll Fla. tg-tf < '' y
r art xprossed steps him tocamp.. The plan went through Oat 'Meal, '8-7 os. .......... ;28 .Shreaded Wheat, pk.. -';'.L.14. ,
child never: give' I .. ... ... ... .. .. '. ... .. .. .. .. . .. . ..... ... ... .. "
... .. '
thought to the sensual' .Mxaal side:all aorta cot acrobatic before leaving F9 a. r' 9 _" 9... . ......a',, F .AAA.aa..r..A.. .....--.rr..T.Tr...... ...... {..y Ay Black Eye Pea;' 1b. fc;.:, 3 for .25' ,Picnic-- Ham, Ib _.,-,;._ .. .82 .
child will not, though un I hi* "ul happy \fram* of' mind\ a* Lima, Beane,' lb. 15e.. 2 for.. .25 No.. 10 ,Snowdrift ......_.:.. J.40,
flew the Mid in departing
the ensual, some and sexual poopl in can dancing only**, they over :Bet' Bacon' ,_-____._.._. .38 No. 4 .Snowdrift .'.*..?.._..,;1.20 v

? and,*with Impure mind, dancing Uoe FIRST. METHODIST. CHURCH -' .. TAx N'OTIC r 40-50 Prune, 'W .......... .2/1/ 2
dotgenerate.lnto.vlc.. ;. lllOO''.. ,m., Sunday School, Mr..I|.J. ,, : [ \\>Art>uckle* ,Coffee, lb ?.,... ..30 1 Qt. Fruit Jar, .do..:.._ 1.15" ":

t .xpeeNloaa who joy dancing at the L. Overtrt,',superintendent. : 'Whit House Coffee;;, Ib, .... .45 1 Pt; ,Fruit! Jar do...:.:.. ;",95',

;of the of living ((which 18:00: . ; Preaching by tha/pai- .. "'-- I. '_ '. ',...... .Senat. Coffee, Ib : ..__.. .45 : ,;DRUGS t :'
!w* all ought to fs.ll( express 'In th* tor.> SubJedt. HTh Triumphant :'\, f
"way. that * best to > keejin ,Klncdom.? '" t 'No1 Tomato,;can 10c, 3. orr '.25 ,, Turpentine, per bottle _:..'.: -'.10
i uiwlit
w '4' I -> ..*..".i ttrong. nd I.N p. th.Junior.r Leagu, b1IIoyson -::. .:., -- S t f ;No..'2' Tomatoe*.- 2'; for....... ,25 Camphor, per',bottle'<._,.._.r .25

tan be no harm in dancing, J manager. -!:< ;: -k- -- - t r ,Catsup per bottl*;..;.;;...!..- ...14Kerosene -Cutot4ap.r.bottle ..,.;.;......",..(.a0. ,

;, t If Th to*everything tarn.argumnt' in life applies., i .Qua. 7:30\ p. Miss m. E Huffman worth League Prea.'prayftr" '. ; ); .; Notice is ',hereby::- given>' that:" .Oil;'gallon, ;:.;"::...'J :.17.', :Sulphur, per.IIk'g.. ,..:..-.:- -..;,.)5 4
meeting .
t It* tempted to oat what ll' ,. Thread; Spool <_'.;-,..,.::_..::: -. .05 Epeom Salt, per 1IkC"r, ..,-.-,*. !MlVa
o not goodfor.ul, or.bMom.uttonlJ t IM I $ISO p..m. ,Victory Praise" Service- l' : N.'.2 Pea,*l>e.t 'i.:._. ..;'i..15:: lin ,, per bottU--:.,.....:;w '.05, ..

T bocomo it w.. drink drunkardsto what will harm card",It and not : Wednesday Centenary evening Bucceas.,;Prayer: -mooting ,t'th Tax:' Books for the ,City :of, ', ,:No. 2. Com :......_._.;....:.,;:: .15. i Machine Qfl,:per ,,bojttle :_.:_;. .;20. p

,+ for m.nul recreation play or amusement, at g:80.: Peaches, Heavy( .Byrup ...-::. ,24 Sweet Oil, per' bottk! r#.: .J ..IT t

but for'' the greed of gambling) to R. F.: nODNZCT:. Eaitor.. Kissimmee' will ,close, promptly 'Peaches;: California'1"'; .;;iL'i i :J5: .Carbolic Acid per, bottle:::+.... ,.'i(' ,

1"t ,meet in social .llfo for. friendly, inter.;: .' Apr eoU'l1eaY.7' .mJl: .--.....: .32 Sweet.. Spirit _Niter; bottle..... .14 '
count, ,DOt, gossip or': make ml*. Sue WaUon *eeiving' t'gveste' can '. '
1 June _hste. .Gra," Plnnpple; ;._.:_..v.30, \FEED. '
'. .c'hlet, tG do business in a fair and on "' .
prlte. ., ...... -' Can Pumpkin,' No/ 3...__ ..13 Oatt 100. ,Ib :: '
t dionorabi. way not-by-trlckry and At the "eon udon .of.I the game ..... I '" r t; ...._?*-* .2.85
.. .In advantag for *ur> th hostesa.. .*rr4: a>. dliciou aalad k : -I '"Krset-.Net$ ..._ _*. _. ;.18 Corn ,100 lb*. 3M:.;.,:::':.. ./ 400,, ', f

..1.*.foor.* ar th..pprsy.rsIs)) u..d.d' cout ..,with. coffee' iced tea .andbon, :All taxes 'remaining: unpaidrffter Fish Jttak, can *..:r ...:;?. ..10 Shorts, Best; 100 lbs.' 4..:.:..__ 8.401\
lf way; hide bon. . -All PIckles :,bottle ..J: _. Velvet'"
," d 1( *, : ::u. ,U' Bean Meal, 100 Ib.._ US 1,
.....ct ui Not Into ulXmpiaUonJ!
t r 'i lab u* strong to "< .It- COWGERJPRENT1S ENGAGEMENT- __. -.1.. :::.- 'that :date ',will be"subject to' French .Mustard,.bottle .... .14 "Cotton Seed Meal,:'4%" _. ::.,'&75

;x ., .A member of Mother. Clwbv_ IJIlts. i r Durkey* Dressing'.Y., ; ; .14. Beet Pulp.] ______.."; 855 ty
I : 'Frlotiia' and'' rlt>V*. will 'b* interested 1tI! .- Smith 'Premier' : i ',.-::........' .35 Hay; 100'Jba.Oytejr ._._..:..... ___.;.. UI5
BUTTORFP INTIRTtYNS\\ I In the annou"cem'lIbr. the usual''penalties? 0 t;. .,*- ,Curtis Jam.bottle ,._1";;::.... .82. Shell '
Mr. J. W. !'rtlltl.. of; the engagement ', .. .. 100 lb. ';...:.._, ,1.50
e'f 'IRI CL. nd approaching........* of -All'Jellies-Tumbler' > . * .'_.i;;__. J.4' Chicken., .I Grit,. 100 lbi-, -: -11Jb of
IIu.-d.-t\tw.\ Lillian Mary', to, Mr. 3LM.. WOODAtL -
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,f t, wedding to take \ : n. ' '_"" _
' ''vory.,' Mr. plac at the finBapUst' church in "PRICE
{ P. C Buttorff' at her 'horn on'Em.neitt Kisdmm.e-. . Tuesday ,evening 4 . CityTeTaac 'Collector/! ," : CUT CASH "GR.OC.ERY' f

atrtet Wedneaday mftrn' on.s,: June ,17th. at,9t15 o',* '. ,' t \ ... : ,
Four table of Jl1a.n.. o jolred the p'rNo v tOl'llft.t 'inriUtlcnai have; 'been .... .. ,;. PhOtie,141, X422 Boadwlq -
o' |.... ''which ......U... In Mr...Chat.t ) i.*wit iebut'a' general .Invitation i. ..... J'' '.1'1' I .' t
Q): !" &t on,."Jr.,' makinghigh acor*,, and, *iftndd to th* friend of.the couple - . . . t .- 'Q. iClfjAi, {ANi>'B-....LLPROFTIS; i !
,.- 7es o."JIII'" cloth) pain.e nq NJN/ ,;,to :TrttAMji the l"frcmony.\. u.J 0- ..J .. ,.

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l : .)USSiMIKE. ALLEt:; GAZETTE..FRWAT 1 MAT 23, .:1919.:: .. e>_, .,: JI ;,.. .JIVfc ,

.... +.... . . ...oo..o.. City .Tax"Booie. dossJune' 1st.: ; .. : f
.. : :
'. I. Casino Theatre .
\ .
Weather Report i Mrs. L. H. Cahoon left this weekto j '_ ..........;_. . t

spend the summer at her old" home. Week ftf IIIay261h : --

,. in. Lincoln, Nefcr. ,_ .
: Matinee 4:80.? 'l j' .0
f : t t : Y
BathfngnCips'nd; Water' Wings. 1 Mom>,. ......... .
? -
Fofewing'srs'dafy tamperstures Central) Drug Store > cstlnt'"ralmd.B-e. 'I -' -. !
and precipitations a* reported I.:. Mini Katherine .Ban arrived Saturday - "A LAIR? OF SILK "
by Government'station from, Sanford for a visit with. atilt, Episode" of V. "
at KiMimmee fohe week .nd-. ......
Miss Ines Carson.. I **, HB!,, TURK OF : '. !." .'
4 : 'Ma.c. Mln --Ran| ,. in town Tuesday greeting old friends Qaumont, Graphic. .. ....'

'' ,; Thursday, ......_. 87' '65 .35' and looking?after htsinest. ,,? Harry. Mory W In '(. :.rabidlgP. f:: ,' '
s Friday....... g} 64 i W. H. \Tunhicliffe and C. E Carl I .'FIOHTINO 'l> '

Saturday ....... 90 65 son in of Kissimmee St., Cloud were' visitors Mutt *"THE: Jeff' MUTT In '. '.. ., ii _
I '
.. 90 65 '' URID : "
Sunday ,-
? I'., P-Y-R O-X To spray your 'vege- Albert Ray In I .
) ,jlonda .: 4.-i.v:, ;87 68 ,12Tuesday' ; table They"need its, '.For sale/by j Harold'WORDS AND ;-, .. :

....... 84 59 Central Drug Store *j .RINO lx>yd UP In THE' j'... ,. l'x

$ t1" .:,Wednesday .... 86 69 1', Mr. John Baisden and daughter,.I Fill . ..
: Miss Mattie, of Whittier. were visit Montaou; "''LfOV 'ln \\
to Friday last. Miss'\:' ""THI CRUSH. ;. '
or* our city Oaumont Nw and I
Mattie is the efficient! bookkeeper! of i "I'ATTY'S ; ',
the. bank at' Kens.rsyille. 'Okeecho-l. I I :

y //4ITEMS OF A WEEK j bee W.News.H. Jones,", the' genIal manager i Louise Fourth"'fHm Huff Episode L.ZTTLE of ..

: ,of the Kissimmee ]ce .and Cold Storage :'THE SILENT !:
> Co., brought to the Gazette of. Mnek"aennelt Cofngdy. I ,

:' your,City Taxes by the lit of flee this week some splendid specimens ,I : ; J1 '.
'11; June and save penalties. 222t. : of Irish potatoes) grown on his Ilar; Sale-A 'rood

'i F Miss Maode Thomason left Thursday place. in south Kissimmee. I[Verona St., L: TJieJLstights: 'are Shining i '
,a' t for a-few days at Daytona. |I Mr and Mrs. Howard Katz are the I C. W. Griffin' and, --- a -
'proud f- a baby boy 'who ar- to 'Orlando-Monday g( ,,0{ > > .
It "'.
i pleases us to wants. Thursday business \ ,
Pone rived of last week. At and pleasure
.. k. Central i Drug St9re. 41.' present the.'family I II finding difficulty -I'i I.';' Sacrifice sale of ;.....
Mrs. C. -Jacobs was the guest of in deciding good H. .Cw Stanford ,. '
a name Now
t' : this Mrs. week.H, C.' Stanford for several days '
'r !'. !, Mr:'and Mr. B. H. .Ellis arid the Sawyer, made a brief .. > *, / ,,L .. .
Mrs, F. W. Hill of Narcoossee was latter' mother' Mr. Granger;'arrived 'Jacksonville'theofirst. .

among the shoppers in KissimmeeThursday fro'm Miami in their car Sunday 1 i){ You hear the '1 .. -"I'"
,,, morning for a week's stay in this section Mrs. ; '.
I are only on the New Broadway .
We have the things you need at Granger i i. here looking after her. Drug Store. '; .' ., 'S ., .. ,
Central Drug Store-Ph'one 41. Tryus. grove interests'at,, Shingle Creek. i iI I j Kissimmee was .

,.;:/r. Miss'. Margaret Lee has returned,|foremost Mr. G. P members; Garrett eI.,f one the of legal Florida pro- planes landing.field Sunday at which some << !I ' TiIE''war ii over- let joy be, unconfined. ., start.w( .. ..disoq.popular/oAgrl: Ei.ltRa j'

from Atlanta, where she has been, ai I fession. with headquarters at Kissimmee day <-Such is Broadway's verdict. get; the v 1J"71.spirit of
I student at the college .there. was in our city this week 'afp Phillips I Bro.dw.y..that 'joyous.\ .''carefree'''abandon
; the
Because Labdratoriei 'f t
), .Eduon
Mrs! Brack Johnson, daughter in 'connection"with': matter before'lyoun ca- Vhieh ':" i
-men . < has 1 ma d..L' Great \White
circuit News.I 1 ire Grand Opera JRe-Creatioos son con-,
Miss Blanche Brack and son Jack the .rourt.--Qkeechobee service last week 'i
ti'; \..: Brack of Narcoossee were in the I Mrs. C. E. FranWin, Mrs. F.' V. dial Sunday. ' an ;I --'-- -. ;',--r----. . -'.. ktantly _some peope hue the( idea that Way aworldlandmark.Th7prcjure J .- : .fs ..r- .. ,,
r- city yesterday. Robe Mr. R.-L.: Prather,' J. B. Dil- ;> Mrs: J. R. Gilbert. / it overlooks the more popular I 'music.Quite *' !! youi.see.lbove ; %. 'draVn .

t + Attend the sacrifice sale of laces, latd and Misses Irene Franklin Matt from -a visit with her .otherwise. .sorry, for the man from :thiiau/ous' ?Ipf"'Arthur,
'' !'" edgings and embroideries beginning (Belle and Lillian Harris, motored Ella Mae and lon who can't enjoy a rolhclting.rag.talle! Fields, b Ilad ''Ii; er ,tell nc
'J.1tomorrow. at H. C. Stanford Co's. 'Ito Eagle Lake Saturady attention : 1,
\ at Jacksonville.j I Kis own aendtoi I ;a; recent hitgainst
ditty. It believes in democracy in music.'
swim in '
for drive and
p-' Chas. Hum'p heris, owner of /fat a pleasant a | D. Malloy and the N ew' EdisonVReCreation'
j And :
the lake. < it its belief f by' producing
large herd of cattle Sanford, '
; near Quids, are spending ,
of Jt :
'\. was attending to business matters in M .- Y .
Kissimmee Thursday. in the Medical Department of the tt.- Mr. Malloy-s health.The : The Laboratories Whether you l 'or, Butte, ,
'Edlsqn exactly
{',.r. T>r. L. B. Highflll, state agent for S. Army, i I. in Nashville. Tenn., on a stork"stopped lure Grand Opera Re'-Creations are put a Field's eCrmeaioanon eyes, your instrument
? -relatives. Her con-
furlough visiting
the Boys' Pig clubs was in town this Pat : close' and Field's
:i. : ) Johnston your
Mrs. Harris, and sister, Mrs. . recording from Tin
a transitory'
; "' week conferring with the county fine nine rag performance, will be vivid
also viiiting there. Miss! pound son, ,, just as -just
DJ. R. Thor Weawer. Frances are Pan Alley, as they call the jazz hiuslc
.t agent. : named Pat Johnston, : :
convincing If.
.; Harris has been transferred to Camp as you'd paid
", Hear Albert Spalding America's McPherson Atlanta, Ga. '! Mrs. C. A. Canon publishers district in New York, as it is tor a second row seat at ,the Palace
. .1 "' greatest violnist on "The Phono- Mr. end""Mrs..7ames: 'Earle Lupfer from 'Lake City in recording an aria sung by, a MetroTheater
:t graph with a Soul," at Central the guest of her politan star. in'Longacre: Square.
Drug and James Earle, Jr., and Mrs.
; Three million dollars in're-
.' Store. Chalker, for the past was spent ,
and familyenjpyedan
f' G. W Jenkins, district agent for W. all-day C. Sanderson motor 'hip to Eustis and /Miss Browell of "Edison sure makes you earn your search work to perfect the instrument' '

Jddfe: Florida of the state exten near-by cities, Sunday. A picnic: been spending her / .,. rnpney"remarked a famous comic song which is capable of standing up to the
4: ,' sion work, was among the business dinner at Eustis and a short f sit mother Mrs. r' singer recently, after repeated trials. direct comparison.-. But it was three
\tt.' visitors to Kissimmee. week. with MM. Javens and family at Mt. street; returned north "Y ou'd think I was going to sing 'Celsite million 'dollars well .pent- For -the ''re-
C\; H. A. Colton and who of the sume her duties in "
amity are Dora were pleasant features Aida' instead of a passing hit.
t:;: numbered among our most popular day. 6f the most suit i.-The New Edison' the only phonograph
,t-:.' winter' residents expect to leave Dr. J. W. Simpson of Kissimmee, in Chicago.The In Edison Grand Opera Re-Creations which'' can meet this le.t., .. ,"
I Monday for their summer' home at was in Orlando today greeting Seniors') the . ." you receive' all that the ear can give Call "at our .store and hear Arthur
: ', Skaneatles, N. Y. friends. lie has rcently returned to High School received you of the art.olf the world's great opera Fields and! other Broadway"favorite... '
x The subjects of sermons at tHe civilian life. He has been serving from Miss Violet.
Christian: church next Sunday will be the government at General Hospital the class day
." "The Test of Being a No. 2, Fort Mcllenry. with the. rank Graduating class ,
"What Need of ChrLsj 'as Jdediator." of captain. The doctor has not yet practically the : 6he NEW EDISON
Everybody welcome. decided when 'or where he< wiU resume 'over for the event.

For Sale-5room" furnished house, the practice of his) profession Messrs. Fred E. ,
1 with bath, garage, 21 bearing orange but whenever he does hang: out his Frank Maloney of "Thv Phonograph with a' 5ou/ "'*' -\ !
trees. Corner of Verona St. shingle} some place will get a mighty'fine phy & Maloney -
dentist.--Orlando Reporter-Star. front'' Knoxville r.. ., _
and Vernon Ave. J. Wesley Brown, : 5
222 Verona St., Kissimmee. 23-2tpd' Mrs. A. 'B. Green of "Kansas City sonally superintend .1"v : CENTRAL DRUG STORE l'
of : ,
Wm. Gomme, district agent forthe Mo., has purchased the Payton grove Campbell .
South Florida district of the near Shingle Creek station and has' and .
t i improving it.Mrs.. J., A... Simmons- : '. ' '. .. ,, ', Agents / ;
s, state extension work, spent sometime already begun j jI lcadia I "" '''' ' '' ',: ." ,..I' i1, a"?,w..m" :; r ",_ .. ....
in Kissimmee this .week looking I Green was quick to realize the'opport were guests of 'Jr .
over the county.In company with Dr., tunities for safe and profitable investment .'.L. H. Ingram'Sunday ._._ """
Weaver the county agent. here and'' 'villj.soon be a for Miami where the ...,
attend the annual -+--- -- -
resident of We most heart'
Geo.. 'A. Sharpe formerly of. this! our city. t
i city, but who has been engaged, In ily welcome her wishing:' her success .State Medical .. Mr. and Mrs, J..F. Walter:motored
and'pleasure in this dellehtful cli-, mons is Mrs. -Tampa"Tuesday for an absence .
the mining business at Ashland, Ala, "
.for the past several years, was greetIng mate. She purchased her property i I weeks. r: A
' : his old friends and looking after through the agency of the Nelson THE JITNEY Rev. O. B. Falls returned home MKNt1' "

business natters here last Monday. Realty Company Recent article on week from Atlanta where he ""
J... M. Johnston' has opened an I J. A. Sadler of Jacksonville has levied on soft drinks, the meeting' of the South. '" _
I abstract office in the rooms at the i recently been added to the force of have given rise to Baptist convention., 'Xi
rear of the Citizens Bank. Mr. Johnson the Citizens Bank cf Kissimmee He standing, and the Leon Bass 'has purchased the pret Y w
., has had-large experience in this i Is a son of W. B Sadler\ chief state Company issues a.t residence property belonging to : / '' \ : 'I IM1
=;.- 'rt lall.--of -work.-ha.ving been employed I bank examiner and : has recently''beenemployed fect that the 3%. A. Cotton,; on Main, street, and 4
.., in the office of the elerk of court for in-the.bureau"of-valuations gum':does- -. -.move.4ntoit-at: ..once.- + _, -7 .
,. .' ''' several( of the. Interstate Commerce er or the consumer. Mrs. 0.: B., Falls"left Tuesday for
: v Mrs. C.: M. Hart and con 'Theodore, Commission which position his plains that the month's, visitwith. her alsters' at Q
1.,;; I r arrived from,Fort Meade Sunday for!, duties: carried him to all .ectlon. -of this. tax. and there N.. Y., and Boston! -5 '-
a brief visit with her sister Mi's. the United .Stat... -Though Still CHANGED in the .,:v She 'Will return, by',way"".." of, 5- :
'a DeWilton Alderman. Mr. and Mrs. quite a young man, Mr. Sadler say for? your, packagi of York 'Washington and Balti -
Alderman and their guests 'motoredto i he has traveled over forty states, and mint Doublemint or *' i5 Q -,
| i* Intimately familiar with all .Me.I other:word...-the .' a
St.Cloud' in the afternoon to see ''H. Barriers, of Shingle Creek and "fl'
tlons of the country.: .' .Thanks, Mr. Wrigley Louis .c ......... ... Jo{..,
I.*:y W. R. Godwin and family.: Mr. Godwin i C. M. De Rlncie, of St., . t ,1IIf'L' : I .1<
', '
is Mrs.' Hart's. and ,]Mrs. Alder-'I j be married on June 7th. H. ." .' r"1 "" '" 1" ,1\ ':"<'
F,, ,.; ':inan'. brother., ". >. \ ,is- one of the most progres __ ...- P;. ;1 : ?'" .'te' .." o. 4'

i .W. A.. Gibbons, ''of'Bancoftr' ,farmers 'in the 'Shingle" .Creek t. L-' t\- ._ J' ctrl -"r\ a'"i
rived Kissimmee Monday and ., v '
; in
1. spent the.: .greater part of the week ... e1S W;. B. Crawford. 'returned :i a?home UNCLE: sAid$ MAILS'are'.ar.. .and sure, and>ehlrspleadiJ.h4;; .

;. in looking .at realty- ,,values, in this I I I Tallahassee yesterday and ' ,
,' {section., Mr. Gibbons was greatly .' that the new ,charter' billl for : ie .giving 'prompt attention to mailed deposit areth J r

pleased with this part of Florida and passed the House last semi'cardiy
( t L result ofsacarehll studied effort satisfactorily :
will likely locate here.T"frr''Gibbons night. 'This about the : ; .to. J'
, 'cam* here through' 'correspondencewith -- .trip..Bill:: has made: to. Talla ,constantly J .growing list of;out-of-town ,
Dr. Weaver, the c!!uatyfagent.The'Gazette .- 1S / ....:since .thtl legislature has',been . '. dFpositol' > ,ii "
Is pleased*to acknowledge session and the first thing he .
f receipt'of an ,.invitation .to attend t .. some Of those newspaper ,cor
''there'will have him ':WHENYOU', CAN'T WN'tW;
the' graduation exercises of the up : COME'TOf .
.. ...
'r Florida State College .for Women> at J :... a class with Peter Knight; Pa! J "" ... : ' 'A

3T'A Tallahassee, to be held on-June. 4th THE UJUVERSAftVCAA: rpbJ:-and''G 'ne'"Hawkins' !. USE THE ,,MAILS "v , ,

at 10 o'clock a, nC Among the grad- .,1, ,.. -' v.... -* ..' .
'.' note.Miss 'Grace Winn, of y T, ; .
;nates we ; ;
,Kissimme. who will receive at this The Ford Factory" h..llot'yet.. .e. ed.'D .. ./NOTICED\ f ;: '' r.'
Fla: U yoo'wiH drop n* a Kaewewill, tlimj'tef; you :\ : . .
time a teachers'certificate;Jn express Tbedphysicians ;of Kissimmee. .. .
v aion.' "**. ..... m.f) t production;. It r jllla e'ome"rlaine, :- ; ..view of universally'changed eondl- "' ,. I.. .
1 -- .' Commeneing1aturday\ ; motiing''wey4 .........'. .. ''ucl1\a'eDtlmY"Clyenlovet\ ovet' t.warwork.;.- W'.- n.atjt: the l es*el>*idjyalueiofi! mon| ._ :. .'(r'. Mon--i :I.about.. ,'.. It, .ud'iniideatally..lfew.'geod'; ; ':' e .
of lace iin- \ ,
Win offer,our';entire. stock A ,- ", .,.,.,., ,. ..... i'T" '" 0(.. --.J ;!-., ," ,' and afterdue 'conslderatfoh', lot i.iJ-'." .t aLoal.ttJ baakY l' '- ,",
why 1M. .
1 sertion and edging'at half rlee.' Will- lugged.r.t1i .reason, ,. .;-:*.
and insertion dinY-.a'lew car nghf'aIo'ng\an .t. conditions existing here and else -
,, sell' embroidery edging get t .l- __ _' .
,at 25 percent discount" Come' early have decided that I H\i\ ..neces 'I 1JI
,' ,, +v -.,:and jtetJ a good selection.* ,,H.C.; '' you Jeave ouf.order'Twlh'u/ai soon ,)) : ".. for ,them to ,revise.their ached.. :

'k: Stanftro-rr-- ''H-isi-U, iJ. XJd
>*) !>< Several camp fan for;.the St&.r :': : r: " : ' c" '.' June' the First 1919 the follow t
arrived lasr.weekmndVere ;
'bid: logging carried road out to Fair's,where 4 shout $500;; Touring CaV$525" ;; /,$ t ..prices'will:prevail I' >( < .. .

j; / ,a force of hands are now bolsly engaged ,Sedan $775 One Ton 'Truck. f Chasjs," $ ; : ., time, visit.;In ;town .......1 3.00 .
laying track. ,.The"engine was .., : ; ; time* .visit In : a
brought around'.';from'"-KenaDlvOle These paces f., b. Detroit. Don't ,\ ; ::: 1ISSIMMEE{ ,
Un '.under Its own 'steam' seyerar'' days I, . o. ; ',,"forget( ,"per :mile :: ..i-....:-ij.i- 1.00) D, t

with J.'vGriffin' of icrvicT in & .: ,in town -...i'.w6.00_ ,; ,
,ago J. manager ;.. Bgive our >shop. ,genuine, : '
; .
: in mile- ;
The visit .
construction.>t.the throttle. country RESOURCES "' ,'"
x ;z 'ear* and engine\ .
,. } 1 need by the defunct. South FloridaAGulf .w '
' ee :visits __:i-....$1.OOsnd up. i' I
: .
Railroad.., ? \1 ... -
: yt
-j? I.'h casel in town (Nor. -- .... ';
B.Bryani; the .Os.ceola r> 0I6c..1 indoru'I
and'Mra. MOTOR'
Mr. ;
Motor Co., ;'left?yesterday for ,; OSCEOL: .. ;; 'CO : mal-Labor; ) u'j-..-'.-=T25.00 '.r,.c..A.c.: tS'ON'Pre.tdeD&H.'KATZ- ail4'E.tI.tE8IJBT.TP: ) ..'l!<'... .
'' an extended business and'. pleasure Obstetric cases in country,mileage '-' .*r i Cashier .
and West.. :,307-9 simmer Fr. :i-J1-JEFFOBDS. __ -
trip through the .North ,, 'Broajlway. .. ',*.' be charged extra. '
They' expect, to'' sail /'from Jacksonville .1' (Signed) *.. N. B. CARSON. '' )f.'KATZ.k, .

...'s. 'to New to York Philadelphia and Cleveland iy boat Ohio,thence, by 'a44sh'I00D'TIRES. :. e' ' .: ,1. .. T. M. RIVERS t .' ?., "'. C.'A. CARSON.JLf1EMING\ ; .-, v r ,

IV. 'rail, and from Cleveland to Detroit, r".... l' ..;,- ",.; .'.,:... !L'.CEIGER' : t v N.: C. BRYAN,> < EJ;'L.' LESLEY,
by b at. "Atl Detroit they'.will ,eet a 'I'I'I .... .. ..' -,' .|, .\... V... JC::J..HICKS : .? .>>, o --y-r V. 'WADiT'U'CKER. Ptr.eten. ,-.-", I :
I .. ,
cornbyway ..
4 new. For* car and drive home 'DERBYSHIRE! .
;' 1 .
ing; of Chicago. They.expect *'
+ ,, to,be,absent s.boBtfow, week*.. ; .---_. .- 'il. f *. :: W., I* WINN.. .... -
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V. 'jlT 1 J '4 :?i ; .l i'
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I.Iw 4 f ft'! .- 4 THE KISSIMMEE VALtE.T.CAZETT oI, FRPAY) MAY %3, 1919OSCEOLA > '" .' ,...,

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I: '<< : :COUNTY) ,.,';,; I l - ' ' ...

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*; Dfb R. THOR WEAVER,.County Agent .. . .
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r 'tu J. t'"twe f1Mu.. (:try, Washington D. C. These bufletins -

ROT AND ATHRACNOSE E 1 ;$of treatment describe'the disease and. ...method" :Buckeye 'Nov at Your Service( ,I

-' I During the shipping ,season Mr. ,
It Is reported that 2500 carloads Benn and Mr. Tucker will personally .-.
watermelons were lost lit.the southeastern \ }treat as ., but :; ...,..' '. )
states last year because of: as this will belcomparatively' few'of Without Cost.-pr 'Obligationto 'you" "
'stem-end rot. Ths makes it a hazardous .the total number shipped out, grow I : y '
business and the net loss is ers are requested to inform them- '
. '
1 ;the treatment .. i f
taken out of the'farmer's profit Because on ? r- '4 k
of these conditions an- effort Is 1 Anthracnose I.' al.o prevalent, in
l made to prevent this stem-end. .many watermelon 'field. This disease ?" .. Every grove .oaJner..everyone, about ,'to plant a grove
wing '
,in caused by a fungus and can be prevented -
the Extension Division C. 'by spraying with Bordeaux ie 'I ', " '
Through can- helped by consulting one of-these practical men: .
> i M. Tucker and' L. M. Benn will devote mixture. Those, however, who ex- ?
"' a good part of their time during pect to apply the treatment after all) j '
the shipping season to the treatment the melons and plants are diseased, Their. knowledge,_ experieuceand-recommendations
IA : of stem-end rot in watermelons. [of...course will be disappointed in the
t These men will follow the shipments,-'fesultSj' The effectiveness of the .
r1',', beginning in- south Florida! and treatment" lies in preventative methods save you lime, labor, experiments and costly mistakes _
working north as thee son ad vanII and many. growers are spraying .
,before they see-any: signs of the d's- i

': ces.The treatment consists of applying 'ease using power sprayers, similar The service of Buckeye experts hat been at the com We 'are doing this to further the interests -of the 'citrus
a fungicide in th form of a- disinfectant to those used in groves and spraylnll'I I '
paste to the new cut stems I I under a pressure of 140 to 200 pounds marid of Buckeye customers for many yea..."i. Its value to industry of the State,' and with to make it plain that the service"s
r. <>f watermelons as they are placed in so that the 'spray material will cover .
F the cars. The material to apply can both sides of the leaves.Bordeaux grove owners has been repeatedly demonstrated and is widely of Buckeye experts is now available to all who need it, without 1 1recognized.

f be made into a paste made up of mixture Is made by using Now we have decided to plce this service the.
T" common starch with 6 per cent blue- four pounds copper sulphate and at.. cost and without obligation to its users. There are no strings.

,:' tone. This is made by adding two four pounds quick lime to fifty gal- disposal of every grove owner in citrus Florida. to this offer.: ,
T .ounces of bluestpne to each quart of lone] of water. The quick lime and .
starch paste. Prepared powders can i(copper sulphate should be dissolved I

also be purchased to have the same separately, and mixed when ready Buckeye Nurseries' Experts Will Visit You
i effect. for use. Farmers-bulletin 281, gives : .
The treatment is so simple that the. information in detail and can be "

of there watermelons is no reason should why any leave carload thestate secured promptly on'request. ,and Help You With AH Your Grove Problems. '

without receiving it. Farmer FORAGE CROPS ON WEST .

Bulletin 821, and Experiment Station FLORIDA FARMS These qualified men have a wide knowledge of citrus conseries, and are both competent and ready to discuss and. addition I
Bulletin 139 can be secured from the
r Extension Division of the Universityor. backed by the forty years, experience of Buckeye Nur- vise with you on:.
from tjie Bureau of Plant Indus- North and West Florida, like muchof "
the stateshow great promise ..
la- livestock section. -On many farm. 1. How to put land in proper condition for planting trees. 9. Wen} and how often to water and cultivate

,; RECOMMENDED BY UNCLE j Bermuda grass thrives and furnishes 2. Bow to'get. the best results from cover crops 10. The general condition of trees in your grove. .
SAM FOR MALARIA good summer ;.pasturage while oats, 3. The- root-stock best suited toy 'ur soil and- location: -- 11. How to build '
a neglected
rye, and rape succeed and supply excellent 4. and up grove.
--"-- Simple accurate methods of staking land for trees.
Qaiaiae Oae .f tke Tkreiieata grazing during the winter and 12. What trees should be replanted or rebudded.
e ,. I.cred- months! 6. How to care for trees when they come from the nursery.
spring Com returns good
of the Fa.... Malaria yields and velvet; beans planted with 6. How to handle and how to plant trees. 13 How to correct past mistakes and to avoid others.14. .- -- t

Medidse, Dr. Wiffiant t provides early winter pasturage, 7. How and when to fertilize and spray. The merits of the several varieties of oranges and grapefruit

s No. 101 Toaic. coming in immediately after frost until 8. How to successfully combat citrus fruit pests. from the standpoint of investment and profit.
and furnishing good grating
"The United States Public Health
r' oats or rye are well establshed. Many
at Washington recommends '
quinine for malaria to which |cowpeas' are being planted for hay Put Your Grove Problems
every I|tin' certain 'sections and it is noted Up to These Men ;
reputable physician This is
? t agrees.
that in these plantings the variety
one of the ingredients in the popular !
malaria medicine, Dr. Williams No. I Brabham to, which root-knot is than more most nearly other resistant They Will Give You the Right Answer
101 Tonic, which is
v prescribed by
largely predominates.J.
varieties '
quite a number of prominent
physicians -
thruout the malarial belt. I B. Thompson, forage crop spe- Buckeye will visit that .they need it. Whether
They cialists at the Experiment Station experts c/ery county us a Buckeye is valuable-they do not make calls unless
if pay they get better results from it of citrus Florida during the spring and customer not, if
with their recently visited a number of farmer! or you own a grove or we instruct them to do '0.
ti straight patients quinine.than if Dr.they Williams prescribed in North and West Florida. lie says summer. They will make special effort to are thinking of setting one out, -our experts Help us to save the time of our men ,, ,
that a farmer near Gonzalez in-Es- call on every Buckeye customer who has are ready to help
.. No. 101 Tonic not only contains you. by writing us promptly briefly stating any
,I ; quinine vfhich, kills the malarial i j cambia of county Southern is growing a small bur purchased trees within the past two years, Write us that you would like to talk to special points on which you would like to
I Spotted
t germ but also iron, which is a splen-|clover successfully. Volunteer I as we feel that these are most likely to one of our men. and he will call while ia have information. Emergency cases will be t"
did tonic and increases the appetite. I, this is alrfo found need advice. He will know that
The third ingrred'ent is msgn.aia, growth of legume your county. not you handled with all possible promptness spe-
which, regulates the bowels. Dr. Williams !1 i growing vigorously: around Tallahassee Customers of longer standing are just as want him however unless you write -us, so cial I trips being'made whenever these ap-

No. 101 Tonic is therefore a !grounds and also'on at Live Oak.the court These house facts welcome to, our .service if they will write be sure t to do so. The time of out experts pear to be justified by the conditions. '
well balanced efficient Ij i
remedy. Try
.i you.a bottle. Your druggist car supply would conditions indicate and that in' a, .under more favorable generalway A Buckeye }Service Man is Ready to Call on You While in Your County ,' t;

ti II this legume may be successfully t
grown. The seed .is sown in the fall But 'He Won't Know -
1 preferably about September and You Want Him Unless You Write Us

i" I while growth is at first slow and

} NDLE rather discouraging it comes on more \ .
rapildy when well established and Be to let know and will
HOTEL furnishes good nutritious grazing; in sure us we send him to yo& ief'Y '

JACKJONVIlUflAC6mplc late spring. At the present time it .
should, however be considered onlyin .
t'", ? -Screened an experimental way.B. / Nurseries -
; oulridf wow-Steam Hoted-Wip- r a Whitefield of Tallahassee has Buckeye .
i CMMCticCbienJ 15 square rods which was seeded to, M. E. Gillette .' 1134 Citizens Bank Bldg. . '
heart of City- Send for BookUTusmiM. ; C. Gillette
I,crimson clover last fall. At the pres- .' \' ;j ', : ', ,, ,, :, .t ;: ..,.fI .
wow ; : ,
I' ,; : ''I' 1 ' ,
Yl "
.' \ :iit (
aluplI.Florida .
ent time this clover' covers the : > ( 7' ''. 'I. . ., .
"'-r' i ,< '
\) (, 'I"'l (,,1 ..,j.1.. ; \.1j.\, :\' ,
', ,: 'II'. .," ,'' ' "
1':ground with a thick uniform stand 1\'f\'; 'r''tlil'I' ,' ''iiI.,1' ,' ,J :,' ( n\1ij'i" \ ) ; ""' .

,and measures 2' feet in height. A ; .....DokyoulSwant: \ 01+ n!t-4'\l: ; J1.eil.J1e ... Ir.r, !, r.l: : .;iH;;: I''I "$;',,>. ,I /: ::,th'; '= s1; ., I ,,lihall!- !1% xa.wUfBaSMM" *nUrIyurJnameforTacopyof KffiHHM! MH;! BSjaBBfljej.iaS'J.y | I
1 better growth'of this clover .is seldom \ -A Temple so; free clrcular. r1.1 1i{ ,A-t"1; \dJ.I.! i '"'
dI found anywhere though Mr. '- .. ..ojangeif; ,' . "'. ,,'!I". ', ,. ., ,I'( :* "4* '!i\\i ' '; : t **' ,.'-! -I' I our Pnew. catalog I" when issued next summer. .l

IIYiTTiI Whitfield explained that tY, special
I treatment was given the ground in
preparation for planting. The same
Largest and oldest grower has a-- mall area in Rescue .-
r i r II seed house in state: grass that has succeeded fully as \"
well his crimson clover. On favorable
We as rt
It 1 can'supply your soil both of these are ____ __ ..
crops 'n - --- --
needs. .
for cata -
and -r-
, 'logue. Information possibilities as sources. of winter crete silo was from $3 to $4.50 per farmers in the construction of silos
on spring forage. ton; and the coat of-other silos wouldvaryaecordingto.location during-The months-of May and June., _
&, and crop free.XL In Walton county corn grows' onheheav1er'"t1pe.ot.oil'lJu a.; -. Jt-.rwjlJ not "b!' possible-for the, specialist :- ,
'!'"t, :; !- ; X.; MARTIN --- ; $- on light The Extension Division of the University to superintend the *. construction I
l., 4 landv situations Japanese cane is of all silos but he will visit the
SEED .CO.Jackaoaville will have a specialist whowill
proving more satisfactory. Both the I
with the and farms and assist in planning of the.
work county agents
: .FIs I.Id' original varieties form. of and Japanese the new.cane improved - tame size.vcapacity, giving information, cost, etc. Those in regardto who Fertililing ':i tFrl

tin .' : are grown in the vicinity'of DeFun- BIG LAND OWNER expect to build silos should communiCate

iak Springs, but the latter is recognized at once with either' the county -- ,.,..........,- .
Ask Your Grocer to be much superior! and is -
gradually replacing .the former. NOW ENDORSES agent Gainesville or the, so Director that,no of time Extension will be l Fertilize citrus tree NOW for development of fruit and

tox In many localities throughout this lost and the greatest amount'of help growth of tree., The size of next years crop depends in
section of the state there
are numerous MEDICINE"MR.
NEW' the limited time that
be given in
'small lakes, often with more or this can service: will be available. great measure on the growth of wood made this summer."I'
leas good but rather lands lying t
CHEEKNEACSCOFFEES wet There is still ample"time'to plant .
adjacent.. Mueh''of the .land of this J. T. WINBURN OF PLANT
silo crops. Sorghum and other. sum Don't lessen your profits of this and nut I
by. neglecting
type issutilised as pasture.and being year :
CITY, fLA., FINDS RELIEF mer crops may be planted aslate, as .
I too .we1; for :Bermuda grass, is covered and in of the .to fertilize now I We offer ;
.,. ,;.' with various native wet land FROM' CONSTIPATION,. STOM. July 1$ some of parts these -. any,analyst*
state even later. Many crops .
trassesthat have comparatively ..lit- ACH TROUBLE AND KIDNEY will produca! from" between- ,to 20 i

: tie'value:! for pasture during a greater WEAKNESS' IN DRECO, THE tons per acre, so the;farmer needing <<
portion of the year. On such-area 100 tons of stllag* can plant .from Ave the Potash Yout\Vant .-' -
Large Water might be
Best By Every Test grown to ten acres after the truck or spring ;
I successfully: This1-grass, which is CINE.When. and thereby providing : ample
also \ as Dallas grass is relatively feed, which is .necessary between - -
,- hardy.:and will remain greenthroughout the food remains in the November and April in 'pr acticallyall 'Wilson the average winters. Seed stomach and is not i digested. a fermentation sections, of the state. ,r 1:- I ..
should be sown 'during June or July sets In and. foul Plans and' specifications: will be ',Manufacturers: Ideal Fertilizers
71 ,.., You Do Mor< Work when the weather is warm and the furnished request Th Extension Dealers
in Insecticides
j ;; form and fill you up. These poisonsare : and. Spray Pumps.'acks6nrilleFla. .
rt You.. ground wet. It requires from 6 to 8 ,
more uobltlous aod-roo get mar intended to be passed out of the Division would also' like to know of .
''x enjoyment oat of:everytUn when' your pounds of .eed"to. th.'acre system. but. the bowel. are oftenclogged forms that may be available' for ; r
blood Is In good Imparities silos. During the
condition. in building concrete
and what is known as i
't' the blood have a very depressing effect on We 'are 'proud of the confidence doc auto-intoxication'sets'in.up Then past;;year there.has been'some.dUft. ---. ::4ii.
''t the system,' causing. weakness... laziness, tore druggists and the public have lit getting forms and asthere, f 00. 0 oooo. .. .. ,,
'' we have dull headaches, weary culty: ; _o' ..oO. .o. o. o 0.. 0
; nervousness and al I'tntss.'OROVE'S.TASTELESS : >."
u .' in 666 Chill and Fever Tonlc-Adv; ) sallow skin pimples, blotches .'yell are'people, who will "pay a fair rent : VO. >>
c Chill TONIC for the use of forms, it ia desirable .
I breath bad taste in' the moutH; . I ..t
*. restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying DO YOU EXPECT TO BUILD nerves all unstrung and"we lose our to know who has them,either for sal 'l'
and Enrlching"tho : PAINTER
Blood. When you feel .A'I'I' energy." or for\rent. In.describingthemit is e' .. ; FERTILIZER COMPANY
Its suengtbenln
*. invigorating effect see SILO that to state the'alze of the silo .fo'< ,
"I -can now sy Dreco Is a important <:
i box It brings color .Jacksonville. FlorldaPeitiliizers
,, to th. cheeks and how I wondeml remedy to relieve the bowels they were construct.TICKSiMOREJEXPENSiyE.. :. ... .>t;
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+ ,,1 ,.it Improves the appetite, you will then There is no f in the }
'' I < stockmen of that nasty foul mass that Insecticides, prayers, Poultry ,f 1 'i' t
M t atpptedaulu true tonic value. ... minds of our best as to the I Supplies '
DROVE'S need of poisons the system by antointoxicatioiv i _. fat! aSlriy w.htv*k.. fwriHwr ""'" I
4f' TASTELESS Chni TONIC lupplylnecattl.. with succu I. hav.-.takan..three..bottJeaof j ,. -"" yean mnutMiuring- j.-thl.-SI&-.w-1iiiYe.: wJsfldgrs .
$._. .- .Isnot 'a patent: medicine, > Is simply lent feeds durine--tll.'wtnter" month Dreco feeling like a different ;: iHCATTLE; ,"RUSTLERS" loran's. In every.puns-' FIoricI.,., t' '$. hi
.- &, IRON and QUININE suspended In Syrup. The lack of feed has been a. great Mr J. 'T. --' I Wd"F.rJ.t-4. La.t. Pyle..
person altogether, says .lwsga .. La. .
.r" : pleasant even: children like It. The drawback to t.kk Q.abty'i j
; '-tifood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON cattle development of our Winburn of Plant City. Fla., who .I Is Cattle.fever" the cattle r i"
industry The silo is 'one of well known and farmer. rustlers of today. They run off more -.
''to-Eoiich: h. a "popular .
'k the best atarJi&'ht.orh.
_ r rties naves fail to drive. out impurities tonic"prop in* titles of ways of storing large quan "My stomachdigests the food beef than the thieving cow ,boys ever by champion picture Cut this ,Out and T.keIt With YouVA off
succulent feeds for futureuse. \ show large'cattle fever ticks
; atnd riding \
s ''tba bioo& without those distressing after dld.Treat-"m rough. Shooting
; The difficulties of making hay I used to have' such 'U' p.lna neck::''tie parties" put a stop to .cat. }in ,the' saddles Oil the horses whit man'often exact (
of between name
e.tlntowet July 1 and September f have andf..tritll. anddipping.the'eattIwillputa are being urged'forward at top speed of the article to I
uneasy feeling, acid .belching tIe .rust ling'by the. cow boys, pur.-
TASTELESS has mad, It ? ch. Jj
come up to almost everjTTarmer,and Ito inL pursuit ,of- the cattle. \The skull s and-as ,,a last .'
increased -stop
My .ppt'tite"ba.
_ +t More.the favorite tonic In thousands of homes. because,ihi* being. a rainy-season sound. My bowelaact .regu; cattle .rustling. .by the cattle Lever of a vaquished steer lies in the foreground something' else Instead.. ThatrtTal- i ':i:J'
thirty-five years ago'folks in Florida .
it < )
is often the animal ways disappointing ,
difficult to "' haying died from and unsatisfac
ffr would ride long distance to GROVE'S ,lardy every day, and I have no more tick. !
t .TASTELESS: Chill TONIC get."hen a stored tore In bulky silo, (rope unless they. are 'backache nor dizzy spells. You have Cattle Rushers Is the subject of a depredation of ,the cattle fever. tick. out tory.and'Th' take'safe way is to cut this, 'it

'r '...saber of their family had Malaria or The a 'I my permission to publish, this, let. beautifully .colored poster which; has m.kelure it wi hyou, so as to.
,i '1Ie8CIed a body-building, strength-giving cost of silo building materialand ter." J ? twen- published by the United' States A ,want ad. in the Valley Gazette of getting Chamberlain's.Quite. &

.toeJc. The formula is just the same todayrand erection labor must_ .' COD8ldencl In.the Disco Is now sold' byall good Department of Agriculture; will. rent, your.spar* rooms.JfyooJiavanTtWng'lo.,. Tableb. You will And nothing \ ,

k "'''''''i ';n,I 12 tofa per toa; the. coliof, si eon_ theCentral Drug StbreA ,, itI. t ( cow,boys driving off a herd. of -cattl or exchange try oar'classified column.3 .'Subscribe- o-r
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raw an interestingpro. fence with ""Mis Ines Carson at the : - I -

gram at the First 'Baptist, 'church piano; were other musical t features pf. .: ' ' .
OSTEOPATH Sunday evening; at, the hour for the evening1. - i I -r ;
: preaching rric..' Messrs. Marion Farmer, Sam' Lup- 1 I

The') theme ,wasThe' Readjustment fer and Carson Farmer each'made '

: STATE Period After, theWar and bits. short talks on the jrenerat! topic of .
Effect on Young People." I' program. i

; Phone fto. 162 'The opening number..was a fitting For the Relief or' Rheumatic Pains. I III a 9 ,

v selection. Two violins and the piano IWhn'you ."
played ."God Save- the King" "MarseUeise" ( .have stlfness and tore. ..,
ness of th. muscles
'I' and "Star-Spangled Ban '
and find -difficult without
ner "the national of to move .
hymns England, I .
For Local and Lone Distance Haul, Franc and i America. Miss Inca pain try massag-inf the' affected I .- t -

', 1 Carson-.ang--wltlvthe orchestra when wfthChamberlain's'It will Jnlment. :- .
/ laeflf; they reached the last numberrj relieve' the pain and make rest '
sleep possible ,
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il SPENCE. and a violin solo( "The: Angel'sLEGAL ,Subscribe; for' the Valley Gazette.. , I .

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:; n ildenee. of Klsslmmee. and the funds, credit '
\ > and\ property of said City to be pledg--; I- fihilmIb

j, ed for the redemption of jiald. notes. 'a \
Section-. That -an election be held
NOTICE, ] .OF KLRCTIOM.. at a. early date a. practicable at I iii '
: ': which the question to be submitted to
: In 'compliance with Chapter .4678. the electors of said City having the ..
Laws of-Florida. 1899. notice !I. hereby IVJIIICt.I ' prescribed .by Section .
"Hven that an-.election will be held at the -General Btalutes of the ,
Union Center Oseeola Countv Flor State of Florida shall be the Issuance ,.
. ida In Mpeclat Tax 8chool DI.rtctNO. of said >dralnase notes and said pay.
6, on Thursday June 18th. A. D. 1919. Ina- notes:, and the Mayor shall forth.
for the, 'purpose of determinIng who with Issue hi. prnelamatton for said .. .
hall serve a. school; trustees of said election, and shmTT srlve public notice "' \ .\ I, '
[. S. HOFFMAN M. D. dlatrlct for the two yeara next after .f same by publlshtnsr said proclama C .
the .election and to fix the number of tion for four consecutive Issues In a '. l., ,"
0 OCULIST AND OPTICIAN mills of dlatrlct school tax to be lev- newspaper published. In said Cltv immediately '.,\\1 t I" /.".":

Eyes. Examined by a Regular: Reg- led yeara.and. .collected" for the Bald two ......tlon. prior' to the date' of said. .S .._i! .- '. ; ,. .

.istered Physician. The following- are appointed to art Section 4. That the form of ballot :' ..,'.
Glasses Fitted; at said election: C H. Funk. to be used1 at said election .h..l. ,....e c' .
\ J-K. Milliard._ Inspectors; substantially a. follows: V r ",
Broken Lena Duplicated. Fred Harvey. Clerk. VJfflclal 1<< Ballot.' Monlclpal PromtsQ'TNotevElectlon ,
Done by order of the Board of Pub : June 7. 'It.c-Jt, IIII H V/OU can help cutting: toosr.'Joy'uS:: : ";.
: W. Church St. Orlando F!.. lic Instruction In and for the Countyof of Klsslmmee., Florida 1' ,

\ < Osceola.' 8tate .of Florida, this 5th Meke a cross (X) mark before the 11imii mu iiiti ii remarks every time you flush*your .

day of May. A. D. 119. question of your choice.
Attest: Wi C. BASS. smokespot with Prince Albert-it.hits. -'

O, F. KRIBBS A. AKERHAN C. K. TOWBLL Chairman. Vote for,One.For' ." : fair and :It's 'scuttle full of "
'I I W. jr. STEED Co. Bupt and Bee. Board of Pub. Inst. tl5.000.00 Drainagepromis.l . ' you 50 square. .- a jimmy ,
zs-st. sory Notes:-- -- - and cigarette makin's sunshine and *
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND; STEED -- ----- pipe as -- -

:, Attorneys '... Ce._ .rs> st'Law.Klsslstsae BIDS roR CULVERT.Sealed Against IU.O GGO' Dralnag-e Prom- as it 13 delightful every hour of the twenty-four I IIt's I'' !f'

;"' mlssory Notes. ,
*. Fletrisa.WBwral 'I'
'- proposals; wilt be received by .. -'
too late to into the Prince Albert
swaetlee la .!! at.t. .
States_Cevrts. County Council of of Oaceola the City State of of Klaalmmee Florida,. For tto.000.00 Street Paving Notes. . p sturel I For P. A.. is trigger-ready give you'.more ,

: 17..B. Crawford .'Lee Jamil until 1.I'L for'11:00: the noon construction Monday. of May culverton 16th Aa-'alnst.' ttO.000.00 Street PavfngNotes. - ) tobacco fun than you ever had in' your 'amok.' career.' d ,.k': '

CRAWFORD ft JARRELLATTORNEYSATL.AW Dskln, Avenue, Klaalmmee, Fla. _ )' That's beef use it naiith''qu J1ty. "
Each bid -must be accompanied by a '

order certified of check the City payable of at Klaatmmee sIght to the for by said Section the promissory(. Should notes the be Issuance authorized of f* $ Quick as you know1' Prince.Albert' you'll write;: it down "

1 ,OfflcMr* 4 Bank, 6. 6.Buildinfr and 1 CitUena the The sum amcceaaful of Fifty bidder.jHISO.OO will) required according promissory required, to law notes majority without shall: votes delay be .Issued thensaid and _ : f'1 that P. A. did_xiot bite YOW:' tongue.or parch your,throat;", .

z Kisslmmee Florida to for Hive the a faithful bond In performanceof the sum ofnOG.GG the Council shall before such Issuance ; And It never willFor, our exclusive patented process: \
by Ordinance for .
,. the work said bond to be satisfactory provide of said notes at maturity the redemption and- cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what ails your tongue 1 1I .
to the Street Committee.The I for the payment of interest _
upon same
L DR. W. W. CARSON I Street Committee reserve* the Section 6. Should the lasuance of T.pp red ***. titty rW fit,'IwssJ.ems e p.4 ..d lwH p.4 i'ui .

-; DENTIST right to reject any and /all bids. said pavingnotes be authorized by _ _I emidor.-.and-ihat clever practices'pounoferyefes'fiawe kmntiJur srftAspa '
Plans and specifications are on flic the qualified electors of the -
Office over Pine,. Bulldfng I' at the office of the City Clerk and Klpmlmmee. qualified to vote City under of ', .sT* sso*'._r top Mat AMD* else Cofrocc*In mch tomftlem, ,

Office Hour. may be examined there.H. Section. 100 of the laws of Florida. ,- _
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. *... 'Phone Itt Resldenoe 'Phoae II H. BREAKER. the City Council of the City of Klsslmmee. R. J.. Reynolds Tobacco Company.vw oD-Satem N. C.i '
0. Administered for Bztraotlea .. L, Chairman Street Committee. hereby pledges Itself to ex. . . J. Tl. GILBERT. City Clerk. fend the proceeds of Bald notes tor I .
.4 ALAN J. MacDONOUS. the payment of the City's share jf II i
tS-ft. City Knvlneer.PROCLAMATION. the costs of paving grading; and curb. '
: ing- the followingstreets I : custody or In the City Jail at the No. 71 North 40 ft. of Block XL, NOTICE FOR PUULICAUON .
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW Clay f Street from City Limits So discretion of (aid police officer until BastAddition: ,
: Bermuda Avenue 14 feet wide. the parent or guardian of said minor No. 77 Benin CO ft- South of NK!: Department of the Interior TT. 8. Land
Bermuda Avenue, Between 'Clay la notified of said arrest. and said corner Block CI, Bass Addition South Office, at Gainesville Fla April I.. -
Street and Penneld Avenue. It feet person shall be detained by the police SO ft. West I' ft. North (0. ft, -Bast It, 111*. i -
wide, officer until the parent or guardian U ft. '
4- Waring1 BuUdinc. Of Uperlal Ms.lelp l ,IVete Bleetlea Penfleld. Avenue-- BetweenBermuda. shall cither come or send some responsible No. <00 Lots 3 and 4. Baas' Ind Ad. 1'- "l 1' '
Avenue and Clyde Avenue 16 feet adult person to receive said dltlon. NOTICE I. hereby' given that Frank -
Under and by virtue of authority wide.. person ao In custody and to conduct No. tOt Lot 7 and all lot t except W. Ames, of Lousrhman Fla.. Who onMay
rat Jefcoston .d. P. OarreMi vested In me by the followinglleso- Drury Avenue and NeptueflRoad. him or her to the residence of said North 84 ft. Bass and Addition. 17 1(15!' Entry
'1 utlon of the Council of the. City of 'Between Broadway and Mermaid parent or guardian. Provided however N... 80$ North II ft. of WM..Block No 01S8I7. for ftWK of Section tl,' J
i II JOHNSTON ft GARRET Klsslmmee to-wit: Boulevard. It feet wide. that no child under twelve yeara, R, Mathews. Addition. Township S4 8. Ranre IT B Tallahassee -

i ATTORNEY-AT-LAv7 ...aoincu Neptune Road. from Mermaid Boulevarde of aye shall In any event be placed No. Sll WV4 of Lot 1, Block Q. Patrick's Meridian. has filed notice of Inten' .
A Reselstlea. to City Limits. feet wide. In.Jail. Addition.No. : rbll: make Three-lyear Proof, to -
; 10, 11 and 12 Citlsenj Bank I. W. J. Steed Mayor of the City of Section S. There shall be excepted 820. Lot. I. 1, Block 1, PoneIt claim 'on the land above' desoHbad. -.
A Resolution Providing? for the Issuance Klaslmmee, Florida. In hereby from this Ordinance all call boys and art's Rubdlv.-of NH ol'IIIiIcof! NB% .' fore'Clerk. Circuit; Oo..rtvatKlsslmmee .\ t
:! .... Building by the City of Klsslmmee,' declare that( Note proclaim delivery boys or other persons whose of NWV4 Section- Tp It S. K. 1* K. ,. Fla. on the ,10th ...... 01
a *
..( Kleslmmea. Fla. I Florida of Promissory -Notes for-the : nn1.. the electors :l"rJ: City duties require them to be upon tho.streets Nos. 811 Ml Lot I, Block'.. Done. May, UII. .- ,it' -
; II I Purpose of Contracting a Loan for Qualified to vqte In a note election-un during the hours herein specified gene Subdivision of NH of 8K% of ("" as witnesses: .,l ,'" %
the tise. of said City- the. Proceeds to der the laws of Florida will be heldat and-who are actually on dutyat NBH of NWVt Section It Tp It 8. It.No. ''B. A. Patten of Lourhman; faq
he 'Expended for the Purchase and the Council Chamber In the City of uch time and In the performanceof ".g, 1 C. F. Page( of Lou Bhutan. Fla. -
Operation of a Ditcher and fop the Klsslmmee', during, the regular hoursof their. dutlea and all peraona. within Ill Lots It "and)1, Block A. H. W. Stark of LQUg-hman, fla.- ,

FurtherPurpose of Pavlnir Grading voting on the Tth day of .--'Aj the said are limit who are enraged" Inany Carson'sAddition. F. A.. Oauslnir, of Lou&'hmani FIa.JlOBT. .
and CurbingCertain Streets In the D 11, upon the question of contractIn occupation that requires them to I Nos. tt8. SI* Lot 8, Block-. and _
4i CoRSO F PIIRMERSELLS said City of Klsslmmee; and for the or .a loan of FORTT-FIVB THOUS remain at their, 'tceh"f" .' after Lot 10 Block of Doneo-an's Subdivision ltL Reglster.KOTiCB. _ _
Submission of the Question of Contracting AND DOLLARS.. In the form oi fortv- 10:00 p. m., : : : routeto of W% of SB 14 of' SBVi! and 8H -
said Loan to,an Election as five notes In the sum of ONE! THOUSAND .' their respective homes In the' .o.t of SB14! of. SKU.o! ? 8E% Section.. ,ll : ', J !i'.1''l' w'T'' \ ''':
u8. ...: . : ,I.
rdvlded by Section 10(0 General; DOLLARS each and the direct route and without lolterlns Tp 'R.,11B.No. : -- " :11"" .
Statutes of the State of Florida. ceeds. from the sale of said notes pro to Paaaed In .o..n session this tth day tt Lots 1. 4. C. Block' S, GI1.chrl.t Sealed bids will bs receivsd'b-th.-, _
.WHEREAS. ,It Is the Intention of be expended for the voted of May, Itll after having: been placed trd Addition. Board of County Commissioners S of.h. '
the Council of the City of Klsslmmee In ''the foregoing Resolution.purposes .as 'on final readingby unanimous-. No. t40 Lots S and I.Block S, Oil- Osceola County, Florida, uP" to .1. a.. '..'
to purchase a ditChing machine and Said note. to be Issued upon the sent. Christ trd Addition.. 5'., June Ind .1.. for Two hundred '
for the maintenance of it. present terms. and In the manner, as set forth "OBOROK W ..FOX No. In.- Lots 1, -2,. 5. t. ,Block WC andfifty thousand No. I or 1 wire eut. -
: drainage system In a sum not exceed. In said Resolution of the of Attest: President of Council Lincoln-Heights.: lug brick. and one thousand ,sacks.-of.
Fire: LiCe Accident and rnaFifteen Thousand (111.000.00) the City of Klaslmmee on Council May\ sth. I i J. R. GILBERT. Clerk. I No. tit Lot 10 BI r"D.. Lincoln cement. .- '

Dollars and lIlL a copy of which 1. herelnabove I I APPrOVed this 6th day of May. A. Heights. The Board reserves th., rll'b&'to re. ..,.
WHEREAS. It la the* further inken- set oat and published.The .. D. The said lands beingassessed at the tect any and :al1 bids.- '- '
Health, Plate Glass.! Liability tlen of the Council to Grad., Curb : followingqualified, voters arenereoy -' (SEAL W. 3. STEED. 1 date of Issuance of said certificates In .J. L. OVER TRE1r'1'! .'
$ and Pave certain streets. or parts of appointea! to serve as tl-it. -Mayor. ths. names of Lon '*jn Washington. Clerk r.t the Board of CountyCommis-
streets, within the said City of Klsslmmee of said special Note EI.ctlon I Llssle Robinson .Unknown. Sarah Lee, -1 -tett.HOTICH '
anc Boiler Insurance.Lcfal and aaaeas. a share of the J. M. ,?1I1.0n. Jr., H. C. NOTICE ,TO COHTKACTOHft Anna Reese Lucy Rivers S.. Lv.Davls, .
costs against the abutting property, N. Brat I on and E. 'D. Kati. ofncfor.1 I I 8. a' Baa. 'Af.Oresn. A. W. Jackson ,. OP1. ;.ADMIKISTmATOIUFe ...
: O'oDd. xecuted pursuant to the laws of the State of IN WITNESS WHERROF. ) Sealed proposals. wilt be received by I H. .Col..rt."E. L.: FenneL G.'C. Sohulta ( ....., ...... 'I
Florida andWHEREAS M.' Edwards, H. ... Breaker. B. O. Barclay -
hereunto set liand /
the City of 'Klsslmmee my as Mayor of the the City Council of the City. of KIsslmmeet I GriMe Mrs. Lola fi. 'red .. Stare '
c City of Klsslmmee, Florida, .and -caused 3'1' Haley I. Ce rt Ceeiairy ..tJ4
: JeEkNera Will hare to bear ..- larsre part of the the ._1. of County of Osceola State of W. Milter: rNao..eaa" e.at7,, .
:. cost-of-aueh-lanprovement-aad theenlre corporate said city:.. to..Florida at th.- City.& Hall-7n KlM.lm-I 'Unless; said-prtiflcte5'hatI'i"re.. ,.. ,
beb reto affixed and -
the same attested "FIO"ld. .
until Jsnetrd.
"-'WA: "" !L<" : eostsat the Intersection- by the City Clerk this Tth day mae : p/'m.r deemed according to law tax. deed !. re RstateBsalty*4V TatsssM.Notice .
UU. forth. fillingby.. drediclnirof
.tr..t.' andWHREA8. of May A. D. lUlL: approximately 100 acres'' of land I will.Issue tbereon oa ,.the Itta'day of Is hereby'->> s>n,, 4o all whom .. _
In. order to\ providefunds W..Z. STEED.I;I an4Boat June., A. D. 1511.OYERJTREET. It may concern that on the -altb d.y *,,
the construction of a Fishing Pier .
Bilk Biil.Iif; to pay for the City's portion of Mayor City of KI..lmm. ef October. Ae J3t-l5lI. I shall apply to
: tats Basin a Commercial Dock and ,
.' such Improvement. it. will "Be, necessary '(S1 AL) I Clerk Circuit Court OsoeolaCounty, the Honorable '1'.' M. Murphy.. Judce of sH
work for ef
,other the Improvement
T" :: *-r-.. for the Clt, to contract loan (SEALFlorida.
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Attest. J. Rv GILBERT said Court as Judge of J'ebatefor,
j(the lakeshoreof. lake H"BULLOCK. f'fy _
*I-It B7'& P. q.NOrICE :.
Ion and to pledare the '
'such1 purpose Clerk of City ,>0( KI.. mm.. the City of Klsslmmee, Florida ao.cordiiig,1o , my final -discharge .. Adinlnlstratrlref ,
credit and the property of the ,
$ I tunds. detailed plan and- sp.cid- the estate of Emily 0. T ,tm.... .d.. '
_/ a :L.-' i< ... and 2lty>for the redemption of such loan 1 QUALIFICATIONS...NECESSARY I IN cations .adopted.. the City Council 'I 100. -.4; ..' TO_CREDITORS..1'-: ' ., '" ceased. ) and i that at the same ,time I. _ file ID the City Clerks of will present to- said Court ro final ae" (I. I
J.'mOMP.o'F'uneral WHEREAS the colt of the Cftr'sshareoof on ;.ia> Ort e>f. Ceeiaty ,Jsidgre, Osveeilsj
such proposed street Improvement ORDER. Td VOTE ,IN BOND fice. .*" . ** (....,.. State ef ., counts kdmlntstratrlz to, aid.. .estate. I(I _
: Each proposal must be accompaniedby I and ask for thelr..approvaDated > -
Is estimated at 1 ireKstate e>f Aasrew, CertersMia. t
and specifications a certified check Issued-by State : ,April Ird, A. D l t. I.
Director I evidenced prepared by by plans tho ,tlty Bng-lneer.i : or(National Bank 'payable at" To' all. Creditors.; Legatees.' Dlstrlnn-: ALMA. T ,MGR13 SON 1

In the office of CityCINt the order of the City of. Klsslmmee. 'I ", ,tees and rail Persons havlnsr- Claim. I.o.e.rno.mno.A4n nlstratrix.i
endile .the : "J
i ,Afl persons'. ';Iitl"" (.',YOte i in tkeforegoinff for the sum of (11000.00)'One, Thousand or Demands asralnst .ald Estate: . .... . J _
ANb"UCfNSED >W THEREFORE BE tT RK8- Dollars. Bald proposal -must be Tou; and each of you are hereby JlOTtCll! 0.' I'JXEClITOa.' t

OLVED BT. THE COUNCIL OF THE Brad Election swul be relitersd .,presented'In, a sealed Clerk envelope markedPropoal endorsed notified and required to present, anyclaims' ... ......'('.. ;91aeLJIsehase... .....
to the .
CITY OF KISRIMMEE. FLORIDAI: Ia tfce' City and and demands Which you or -
Section 1. That under and by. virtue -i TOtert Dry. of" Klsiimmee .'." for" A Klaslmmee.... .- Bulklsea4Improv'ement. . either of .you .. 'have' ....In.t. the !. ''c.... f."C*.Jsty:jrsjJa-e," .'O.eeela",. _
-i .
: : EMBALMER of the power Vested In the City residinr: therein I at the ..."Of -'-- estate ,'of Andrew Cotterman.. deceased 4. Ce..*,., Slate, 'e f Vlevlda. ,' _
: of Kluatmmee Florida. by .Section : Certified. checks of, all un.uec8asfulbidders late of Osceola County. Florida'to .la' re .Estate .. Lwls. ... c.._. \ .
141141.' General"Statutes of the State of tk.. election. ,. owmJnf real estat.: User.M .- will bs returned <>on demand the undersigned .Administratrix of
1 I ; also the..oheolc, ofr the successful bidder said estate, within,1 from... is" "
Florida, the City shall IssueIts IfPrommlssory two,years Notice hereby ..I" n. 'towhom It
?:, Store an. CJiap J. Stewart Aw. Notes, for the aggregate: and. ntutt .....pall taxes 'on,real on .execution-of. the contract and I II date hereof." ** may concern-that on the. SSth -day .of, _
r ..sum of tJS.OOO.' to be styled ,"Dralnaare estate''for.: I 6. ,year lart das,taereoa.I b? bidder'or' bidder's Dated May-5th. A. D. nit. September A.' D. un.;1,will apply to
: > KI..I......, .... successful -" ELIZABETH COTTERMAN.
Motes. Issueof 1.!,.. of the' denomination the Honorable, T. M. Murphy Judgeof _ _
of 1000.00 each bearing Interest will be required to give bond In Sl-tt < Administratrix.., said Court,1 as Judge of I'robate.
( .* aeralianoually at the rate KOTICB. ,OP1 APPLICATION. TAX*sum of Twenty per cent (;ZO%, ) of Ih.1 for my' final discharge as Rieoutrls! ;
of layabte. per- annum maturingrespectively PEEPJ 'amount of his or their bid or b> SOTICK! TQ "P tfI :: fromthe dat. of issuance such bond to be satisfactory' .P4YltaS. ceased; and.that. at the same time .{ -

E :Ti TILLER a. follows: . CIgCounciL Council'' r .-' '/5 will present-n.y. final accounts as Jx.!:
Notice Is- I .I
hereby Driven ,That A.: R.1 The City reserves the right
thousand dollars In.llot. years outrls of said'estate,, and asjt for -
Five Five thousand dollars In six ,.ear.. Dennispurchaser' of Ta* Certificate to reject any and all bids.. I I At a regular 'rnee'tlng-; the. City their approvaL ". -.' _ _
.I.j No. 10T..dated the' nh .' Of i t 'Copies of the'plans aid specifications heidon the ': .
: Aoency. Five thousand dollars In seven years. day Ausrost. ; Council tth d." of M y, Dated : ,- ',3
and principal payable 'In A., D. 1111. has filed said certificate In may be obtained. for the sunsof A.: D. 1111. the following resolutionwas .F"brufl.IIth.UU '_ _

, ,, j .._._...._. _.._.......'!' and gold 'Interest or its 'equivalent, In the- office my of Ace d.dndt'has.ua1: application $5.00 from' Alan J. MacDonoufh. City Introduced and:, unanimously adopted ll.o-a-m-tmj'' .. Bzecutrlxor ; : _
for tax- Klsalmmee -
h. of the City of Klsslmmee. accordancewitjt Engineer! Florida or maybe : h' ", .' t' & .
: i Realty: bought and .told. of .Treasurer-or atthe 'Chase. National ) law 'Said certificate empraces examined at, the,,office ,of'the: f n- .7 Heselsitisai'; 'J 1*1 J, -I' JlOTICI'J' nxRCirron.ef .
Houses rented.J" Rank New York City, at the option of "following described property 'situated g ne.r. ./ Gi: ROID'W. FOX; :' 'j Resolved that all'.delinquent CF.r neal Disehergs.) .1 .t- _
: Said notes to be Issued OsceolaCounty. Florida to-I, taxpayers on' city propertybe, notified _. ,_. ,
verified thepul'cl1p..r : wit Be v BR i cor.-of t-ot deeded to I President of the City council If ta es are paid within the next: sixty "- '
Tsxet ashereinabove
: paid and.Titles j for the purpose .of. Ed and H. R. GILBERT Clerk. '. C..rt Cewjsjty Jeiesre. Ce sry'vef1''
..t'out.. and the funds Wilson run N. Westerly on 3., City days a reduction amounting to ten percent : .
-:1: for ibon-reiideriti.: "'. cr.dlt and p..op.rty-ofth. City pl"| lf. Rf of way' 105 ft,- W. 114 ft. 8. 10B ALAN J. MacDONOUOH., of the prlsctpal tax' due. for oJ- "o.-I, State eC insrlda.'isj'tvKstate ... > -
? R to R., 1C City Engineer tl-4t -
Rt.'of.way. In Section years priorjto 1SIT. will be made from '
.. Fire. Life \and Accident: lai -: ed Section for their>> redemption.That under and by. vlrue Township 11 South!!! Ran re .. the accrued-penalties.. The City Clerk I / ) .f Jfs_ W. Lilly.' ' -

't m -' (. of the v vested In the City ofKlsslmmee. eight. (|I) East., The said land *. ft.1 TAX DEED JtOTICB. I Is' hereby directed to 'so notify delinquent \ Notle. -I. hereby-riven; to all whom .
'e. ce.-, \ )KIndcmnltjr .power Florida by Section lOtO a..e..e.t the .i1.t. Issuance : taxpayers by- a. personal notice It'may i concern' that on the -list'' day :;,;,

Bondtv General Statutes the Stateof said certificate In 'the name of NOTICB IS HEREBT GIvfeN. Tliat and. also .Y.rtl.--m. -la.' local of July A.'D. 1,15. I shall apply to the .- ,
of the pf
; i-lorldaT the said City.shall Issue Its knoUnl...., said certideate' 'shall A. H. Fox purchaser of tax ,. ca''Nos. paper.: ,f :. Honorable T. M. Murphy Judge ef said. -
be redeemed according; ,to lewd tax. 769 TTI UJ.711. ,.*. "T*0.,7M. .r.'R.OILBER'I",' .. Court as Jndg-e of Probate'tor say Onal -*
) i ......><............< 141 Prommlssory of' .'000.00.Notes for to the be aasrerkte styled- deed .will Issue thereon\ on the Itth Tt. T,.. "*1. tOO. 101. tOS 111. 110 MUitil L Jlr'ti city Clerk. discharge' as Executrix of the estate, ,. ._ _
r "street Pavlna- ,Notes.' i..uit .of -I*!*.'' (8'AM June. A. D. 1219. 11*, Its. 8t.. It-140, gtrandStS.all.dated .. of. James W. Lilly deceased and that -
ii of the denomination of $1000.00 each X* OVBRSTREfcT.'. -- .the Jth day of August. ISla. r NOTICE!. *orrVELIcATI0N at the same Urns I will presentmynnaooounts .. ,'V "- .
Irawlng" interest. '. payable aeml-annu- Clerk-Circuit -Court.-Osceola-T.County-,has filed said oertlnsatea my.of(lev. .:_ at as Executrix of said estate, "

ally, at the rate of S per cent pet:'..0" Florida. ';'::1' '., ". _.. . II-It.. .nd -has tnadVaippllcatlon: for tax deed Department of the Interior, TJ. H. Land and. ask for their approval.L.v-' 4 _ _
: maturlns respectively;from the to, $Issue In accordance with law. Bald Office at Gainesville, 11'.... May I, .Pa.a'Vbrua.1Tt, : A. D. 11.*;
d.t..oQI num. Issuance. follows; *.".<- '-." r .1.{certificates embrace ,the following ".. > : ALIClJ WILDERV 'I
;FISW.j Five thousand' doll..... In ela-ht year. /IORIUNANCE.!' .: scribed property In Klsslmmee City, 1' .-mo.-"o" ; Exe: : ; l' fi _ _
FRESH: ;, Five thousand dollars ,la nine ,.e..... Ordinance .Osceola, Countjc..' 8tat.1 of Florida, to. NOTICE! iu hereby riven that !va \ :.
to flegulattbe Presence ..
Five thousand dollars 'In ten yeara. M. Roberta of Orange Center Fla. NrCOP'ADWINtSTRATOE.' .
Five -dollars In eleven of Chlldre. Under sixteen Tears WNo.'T.. Lot.1 and4 West of-Ball-. who OB-Febrruary :ji,', Itlt made ,)
: thousand (rb1a.I-Dts.kerve
,- -AND'jjiSt.t.Jt.S- . on the '8tr..t., of ? Klsslmraee,' after road Stock 4. Ross Addition. Homestead Entry Vo. 014110. for W% ,, :
Te.r. Ten O'clock p. m.)' City TI..... . ,, NO. TT1 lV% Lot 1. Block 3. S.' A. of : 'c.-.i.:
: ; .. thousand, dollars In twelve NEle and SBU.of NBK. Section tS. Ii C..r* .1 1$4a. erN
.. Robinson's Township 1' S.Rahge It fc. Tallahassee .
j : T..r.Fl.. thou.and- dollars In thirteen COUNCIL "OF THE CITT OF KI88IM.MEB No. 781 Lots 11. 11. Woodall's'Subdiv. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention t, ,Flaridi., ,, .o.-aa- c.t.'" ,....< . \,

years and the Interest. and-prlnolpaJ Section.: ,1. 'That- .'jt"i-.ii.c;be t fi anlawfal. .. of-!<* - "-e>f-Fl.Tlda-Ij Addition.nd- andImprovement ,, to-make .Three-year. Pro ."to. estsbllsh -----s'. .. r." Estate j e>f Sarah-- -"A. 4..... .
: In arold.or Its equivalenthe ,- In Company's I claim to the land above described 'titmay
payable to all wh6m*
Notice hereby given,
office 'of the Trea.ur.r.of said for any pers6n under the ace of Six No. \IT** Lot. li. 1*. Hoc, .- Btan. before Clerk Circuit:: Court. at ,
that the totb day-of
,.-" , w..,. ... /-: .." ., .1' - 'City. or at the Chase National, Bank teen'lolt.r.(!/Waad.r*) years-to,. or appearupon stroll aboutthestreets or to, chard's Subdlv. of lot Ie of Florida Klsslmmee. Fla. en the llth .day, of September concern, A. IX 1.1., 1 shall applyto1 -'... .
Land -Jmprovement CompaaysAddition. Jane. Itlt. .'
of the .. -
the option
New York City .at .
: : the Honorable T. M. Murphy, Judge
:4 .
avenues alleys, 'Park. or other Claimant claims <
issuedforthe witnesses .
SIMON MARTIN urchaser.Said notes as : ..
I of paying .for c theJUT'S public places between, the hours of No. Tt* Lot 4. BhoemaVer-s Subdlv. Charles Jester of Orange .Center of said Court a* Judge of Probate. forTmy '!: \ 't
. purpose anal discharge ci Administrator of'tbe .
,1. ; pavingsrradlnirand lOOe..p.: m. and 1:00 of Block HI- Bass Addition. Florida. '
,' ,. !' J . 1 c eurblngcertain shareof streets In' said' City unless said person Is and; No. 70 Lot.. .Shoemaker's Subdlv.of EL I. Keen of Orange Center FlorLsKSr estate of Sarah J.AddiareeceaaedjT'mUL.tfcf" .
. ,, -
# 'OJ : In the custody and the control of their BlocK QU Baas' Addition- Id" . ..* *-". a- time I wlU..Jtr _
IM : - )ar.D-t.-grd'.a or ether-responsible. -Nt>. "1 Peg-In to ft. N. of -BB cornerj' Flint, of Oranre center eat to said Court my deal account.... _
- J Cell" .iiiMOd-a4, adult perao .. -. ' Block T". Bass' Addition,' W..t H ft. '"'orl... .- Administrator of, said eatat.asftas '
OII QtJIlQ *TaIIIICs.-o. Section t. -Any person violating tbfl;North 80 ft. East to ft South *< ft. E. Bllorrsy, of Orange i Center for their approvaL ,, ""- err"riated
LAXAtIYE revisions of'Section 1 hereof shall be NO.. T n All Block WE, Bass Addi Fio1di: 4Prji 1,4, 'A.. 1),'tn.:
--. Tb.. .. I7 .. 'a-e QIa. IIM.-j nmedlatelytaken! into custody of a tion., except. South 110 ft,' jef, East It / / ... police joffloer; an* detained elthe r la;, I..t. ..., -r I I I 11-. f" i r/////' ' > Berleter.. U-o- -lDo--III" ' ,'Administrator.", ' '
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"'" 7''p, -- ---- also-....n ember. of-Uss.aehool ,boudow Jln/.io: Nc ...lN.PCIA1gu-: ::- -a -

ii Of years temperance he had circles.been very He prominent was- MEET REMITS ON HOTEL ;> -:GlmmlO 8

,Cloud Department "a ,member of the Sunset j
F. and A. )f., and of Geo. H. Tomas (Continued Page; ;;; One) :

.. : JL \fc; Post G.. ,A. R* 't" I -Now Therefore; .. '
.Who funeral services jWe'rheld'' at resident citizens and of -:-
"r NEWS. ,yAND'y OTES, FROM ST. CLOVIi.i" THE -BONDER CITY. the Congregational church Sunday'afternoots'and Kissimmee, realizing the advsgtagesto' '
Sd r ,BY ovn srsaown CORBBSPOMDIBNT!: ; 'were conducted by the be derived to' our city" by the'man." ,The Cillett Razor. : picture
a . Masonic! lodge assisted by Rev. Ben-. agement of a first class hotel and we eel in the accompanying. cut P
t dict.. Rev Mason and John Kent being! willing do- everything within r
ollo'' world
{ 19 t Mr, t friends in New York and Ohio., The c.'A; R. attended \as honorarypall our power to assist in this matter, it known ,the over as ka
Born on Edwards Monday.' May son. , 4 Mrs. Greenlee and Mrs ttlggl bearers. Special music _I' furnished therefore petition the Honorable City the standard 'by' which. all, ,.
and Mrs. a JCissimmee by the choir,'. and LeRoy Goar Council to have called, a special
for spent Tuesday'in' (hop judged.
Miss Dean who he* been sometime other' safety razor are -
; The remains weNt buried in ) ,
of Body
7t v .nit. meeting that and Immediately -
b with'.tier. sister, ,Mr'. ;A.' C. ping.On i 'the Montevideo cemetery beside the, pass a resolution accepting .' There was a time dur ,

+ a 'March, left Monday for bbio.J7 spend. ,."Tuesday evening a' birthday remains of his wife who died ''June lOne Thousand Dollars in payment ing the ,war ,that' we 'could
S .S Mrs. Benner who'has been party was given at the lakefront for, 4, 1907 Masonic Order 41I ..
the perform. outstanding City taxed with a order filled for
with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Dr. Foster. There were about not': pit t.o ,
.. Snit the winter. ln their last solemn +
rites the
that the time '
wt r at ,proviso at of the closing blades but
for her : this"razor itVi;
3 Hughes, 'left, on Monday one hundred present, all enjoyed a grave' _, of the deal'to this bona\ fide ft
,. home In Ohio. Monday( I' swimand a fine supper. Afterward Mr. Barbe- is survived I bv one chaser .that the city clerk ahall, upon Lc v that time-i*I patt-and-we-flow
< -,.- -- Mrs. Marskfe left, on -tov3sit'her thedoctorwasthe recipient of' manybeautiful daughter WinitredMn: the-p paymenf'of -aumcanc' l all have a good: supply. We
OI\SIrr.- end useful l-
,; gifts; Tovely
L4 I chijdreittlVWll MelissaSchoely Nelson); one son, .Galen, and outstanding taxes. Said resolution strongly recommend them
and Mr .
Mrs. AUceiKreps I money. tr. Mrs.Truman Dean of -severtn-I'root to be effective If the sale
not ,
spent Wednesday evening. Mrs.1: V. Ellis of Klsslirimee played N. Y.. : | made to this bona! fide, purchaser. I for they" will produce shave
the East End. ''cornet aolo-in the church will
with friends in j a Baptist ..:_ that your sweetheart
those at. the chicken last Sunday 'evening, was enjoyed J j I H. O. Stanford. w B. Crawford
--; Among present which KISSIMMEE AND DAYTONA. I IW. J. Steed .:s. I), Jeffords, pronounce 'smooth as''vel: q qvet.
dinner at Nurse William on Wed- by all present, 4
nv. O. -Journloran C. H. Nelson .*
- re-sday+ were, Mrs. Dr. Foster, Mrs. Died\at the Montevideo hospital NATIONAL AIR TERMIM'ALSContinued Vf. S. Graham C. K. HoHielaw -. .. Try it once and tee. ,

[ Mary Veeder, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Friday morning. May 2, as a result A.Fred 8. M.Ntilfton Hans ,.r r,. J.I. MeCranla '
Mrs. Brown; Mrs.' French. Mr. and of paralysis, 'Myron F. 'Ba ,ber, ( from, Page One) (1.V.. Over.treet Rose. Jtoiit Ornvm THREE AUTO 'TRUCK LOADS OF ENAMELED WARE '
S !Ir.. .James Goff and Mr' Mabel aged 14 years.. 10 months and* 25 "Such scheme Gen. Meno- J. H. Rfddltt O.. C. Melanin. -
days, a says L. K. Alfurd W. n. Kat The Royal Bue! "jnameled:: Ware is one of the best in the market

1' i'D Mr. Kessler of Jersey- .avenue, left He was born in Niagara,.county, N.t her "will!in cross not only country serve work the and air service the- K. I M.* Iwupfor Luprer R.Oeo.L.M.KonnellJ. Patrick and we have just bought a lot of it. This week three .auto truckloads j

'., for the North Wednesday morning. Y., June 7, 1844, and was educatedin nail service, but it will pave the way i.W... 1.J Green Xwlaon .KmU.Mach T. M Smith : came and is 'now displayed on our shelve The wise housekeeper' ?

4 : ,., The Centenary drive started on the public schools' of Lewiston 10r.-Ioeal-.beneflb resulting from the H. C. L.lKht.yA.i'W.. Ivfiy will do well to see our stock before buying el! where.
hundred dollars in that On Dec. I
l and eleven -county. .
Monday development l of inter-city transportation J< u C. Bryan C tae.- Rasa
is reported already. '8. 1863, he enlisted in Company M, service, -ser- O. C, Livingston i.fv\\ RchrMdt
u The unveiling of monument by 14th N. Y. heavy artillery, and served I express emergency Lee Neat I -T. I.. foarlln* INSURANCE
vice local
they' mappingpolice. protection, 0. H. Granthnm O. I,. Hftrnmiick
'the Woodman of World took until September, 186S. takingpart etc. "am I_ upfer ti, rt. \Vaicn.r Possibly-you'did-not know that we sold insurance but in, a way '
, place Sunday afternoon at Mount in important battles. TO. R Hall J.w.,
on many Thn-inson
; "We aim to establish in each air
> Peace cemetery. He was'1narried October 6th; 1831 terminal unit which (T, ri, Young r. M. Murphy S we do; for we, sell-Clothes Chests made of good old Tennessee red
a reserve .
A chicken dinner was jIIven'at to Mary E. Moyer, and in 1887 they I,can be provided with facilities for Instruction J.V.. K.: Simpson Kamlerspn r"T. B.A. nnnirW. OP man cedar that positively insures the safety of the clothing that you put e

'.\ Nurse Williams'\ place' at the canal went to Minnesota, settling on a and practice in" flying observing R., T. Butler H. C. rlnnoO. in them. Why insure your house and not your clothing? We have e

'1 .: on .Wedl.esd.ay.tor the benefit ofBrown's farm in Camp Release Township, care and repair of airplanesand . A.I* Swetkart Bronwon (W." K.B. Yowell.T. HarrL these Cedar Chests in several sizes., I
Chapel- JLacqui.. Parle, county. He had spent
7t ; serve in case of emergency.This O. F. Krlbbd J. H. Reed
Mrs. 'Charlie Lewis and Mrs. Bun- the last few winters in' St. Cloud, I consider one of the most important .T I>. Hass Tl.. McKnv .
nell spent Monday in .Kisslmmee. Florida. ." H. S. Geiger T. T>. Parker GASHUM AND SUSETTE.
of the whole .propo.1lon.ORANGrCENTER .
phases!! =".
i t Mrs. Sarah Hargrave left on Mon On April 15, 1918, he suffered a H.H. Porter Z RohcrsonM. -ftncvfrKT - ----GaTshunv-:::<'I"wenT"Tcrihe lodge room and got tFat'( umbrella ht.
day to spend ,the summer with her stroke of paralysis since.which time "Gilbert M. A. Farmer: "
i .
-;' . -daughter-in-Onicr J i!ihe-ha. been a patient at the Montevideo n. L. Crlner >. J. Mn<
I.. N. Albertson left on Monday to hospital. 7.. Ran'J. Barnes 1"a"lOon. H. TrosM. Farmer. Susette"Oh, good: But where is it now?"

"t 'Q spend the summer with his children Mr. Barber was for many years This''' section .has been visited by ; M: Katz n M. Hall Ga.hum-"Eh? I-I'm afraid I left somewhere on my way N
1. at East Orange, N. 'J., and Bangor, I connected with the Republican party, ) W. C. Uumenherry F. H. Tyner "
tj t Re-several good showers! the past week, r). F. Reunions n HarellW. home! Now where in the thunder do you suppose it is? '_
Pp servingas supervisor of Camp which will be quite a benefit to the J. Hua..hrle.. n. RotundoW.
Comrade Ferdinand Rath and sis ,lease Township for twenty-five years sweet which ia lookingfine A. JoinerR R..ven
potato ;
$:, ter, Mrs. Poole left on Tuesday' to ',end as chairman of the Township crop time. Fruit C. H. Tyner at the present on K. "J. Jones ", H. Lawson.
spend the summer with, relatives and Board for eighteen He was
.r years. the citrus trees'is* growing rapidlyand ol>ert Campbell .T. McPhatterC.
Osceola Hardware Co.
"' promises a good yield. O. Mc'oskey R' I.. Ollvet-

""l';''',' ............... ... un.. . ..... .u... .... HOO' 0. . I f Mr. and Mrs. HowcV spent a very K.A. C.J. Keen TjBon .T r. w.E. Rouse Wynn
pleasant day on Saturday at the ..T.If.\ Johnston fUton Pt"dor..r
: home of Mr. And Mrs. J. E. Maddux, .T. U Overatreet Kd C. McKee
t' ,. U"ST :RECEIVED: : on Sand Lake. o.S. T.H. ileac Bullock (n". T.H.. Randy Prather Located on Kissimmee's

fS Fishing seems quite good just at "'. A-nderpon 1\f. Kate BUSIEST CORNER' .
.reporting a "'. I. \Vlnn Mrs L W. Pllley
present as some are
r I K. 1. eley ,.
Assortment of Aluminum This WeekL' r H. Innram
good catch. T a'. t:hapman
Will Gin SPECIAL PRICES 'for ONE WEEK to let Same Advertised The meetings at and the school house :T K L.1turN'oodkel hrr k J-O. M.W.Wlllaon Per.ons
on each Sunday Wednesday evening
H Cadel M. B. Carson
John. H.
4 Quart Tea Kettles _____,,..._________________._______$ 2.50 are very 'good. There was ; ak'

j 1 2 Quart-Double! I Rice Boilers __________________________ 2.58 quite on last a Sunday large and evening attentive'audience, and a good tion After arid readingthe discussing the foregoing matter peti with 1 '

a,.I 2 Quart Percolators ________________-____________p___ 2.00 sermon. representative citizens and taxpayers -

c:!; i 3 Quart Berlin Sauce-Pens-__-_______________--_________ 1.50 Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Roberts and 'on motion duly 'seconded it was

V., 3 Quart Berlin Kettles ___________________--------:--- 2.00 I daughter, Verna. are the gueats at ordered that the City Atorney prepare -

6 Quart Berlin Sauce Pane _________.._______......._________ 2.00.. the Flint.home of Mr. -arid Mrs. Lester Council resolution necessary for to( cover adoption cancella-by R.SFLOYD

6 Quart Berlin Kettles ____-v -_________________________-_ '2.00 tion of said taxes as set forth in .. .
; FOR RENT-FurMsr-ed flat with said petition: Whereupon, the following .

Ice Tea..C1.l8e.; ; each ___..___ ______________-___------- ,10 t modern improvements. W B. Harr's.Garotte resolution was presented by
: office. 14-tf G. M .Taylor and unanimously adopted -
Why. Not ,Spend Your "Vacation at
Whereas; There' has been filed Groceries and
y'' . .. G. W.,PERSONS CO. X HEALING with the City Council of the City of
Y 9 Kissimmee, a petition of citizens and
O..O OO OO.O .t6. .OOO OOO OOOOOO OOOO. taxpayers of the City of Kissimmee .. .

(" . -- SPRINGSUp ,asking, that the back taxes on the \
:property known as the Graystone :-
in the MOUNTAINS OF WEST I Hotel, being Block 26 of So. Fla. Ry. Fresh Meats i'
VJKG1X1A. where the. air is pure I|Survey I be reduced in order to get -- .

..y Where to Spend the Summer and nights cool The water is cool, 1{this Property into the hands of- ah
sparkling and pure; cannot be surpassed experienced hotel man,
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'., ,' for the cure of stomach, kid-i ..
.' t : I And; Whereas, it is to the best inter 'I -
f . z ,. bladder form -of skin diseases ., .
rey; or any !6t of the City of Kisllmmee that ,, "
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: i1.Phone176 .
." j jVjiV If'you'Would'' avoid .the' tiresome, ...e'x.eJlJlive'o'; rn yi'do the ; makes one feel like a. new this- hotel be' opened to the public ','PH .t '.' a' ..

"i :43 ;'mountains! ,''this. .;urnrner'' ; "but':'a itilf,?en joy'' ',the;''plea.urei'" r I "j. ge',of. person.' address For R. G.booklet Meador.' of information Prop'r. at ,. with Whereas as little: A delay tourist as hotel possible, and, .and a i =;;302 Broadway r

\'f '!efViromen'... \coif(I; table.hme'sw\ !! : ( p> ('by cooling: Gulf.!' ',".:. Athens, W, Va. commercial hotel, such as the Gray- ,

,. in. ,a'ti ro ." , .breezes.why'not' Mrs. A. B. Morrison assistant Mgr. stone hotel is one of the-greatest as: ,- .
*' -- sets to a town, such as the City of '
i Kissimmee, r'f

p P. NOTICE TO PUBUC ,,tel And and Whereas grounds; have In the been past used, the free-"no- ...uu ;. u. . . ..... ... .. ..... ........ .",i.. .. f i

,t; "j: Come Clearwater"" The partnership corporation ly bjrthe,. citizens of Kiesimmee for -_ ---
: and the
; Jublic.purposes grounds and "
.. known as the H. W. Clark Hat swimming ''pool have been 'opened to BRYAN, '

",.f ,\t ..... ....-. _1 Co. .has been mutually dissolved' our public for their use and, enjoy. ,\ THE WATisCARSmrGRo' t't,
i with, -its* beautiful shady '.strectt.. its miler of Seashore. magnificent ., and,,the Parcel Post, Florida- and ment and. '
-w ,,--' -,- -S ----.0- ----- --r general Mail Order, business' '-will ,Wbereaa.__ Such r.:a hotel and groundsare
bathing' -with .-.if the accompanying/ atractions aple'did'i.h.; a. benefit to all of the citizens ,
beached < be conducted by Mr. A. L. Bennett Y ..,. ,
I ,,, ,> ," I and.taxpayers .in the City of Kissim-- Wholesale and Retail Dealer!' in .
.-in;;:' boatinc.and, every known out-of-door sport;! Rates for ,/furniihed under the firm name of C. &; B.' mee at all times and
I 0' ., Hat Co.Tour Whereas The citizens: of Kissimmee ;

r"t '.lioiae? rooms and 'hotel accommodations are ,surpriiingly low., work will be done under [ are atlll, to"enjoy the privileges GROCERIES t.
'. fthe swimming pool, grounds andmdings : :
If' |
; personal
Bennett's supervision .
Wnte, tie''for "Further' information or.better itill.; come-and. } until further notice. .
; , w ,.
heretofore.. .In '
I >as I Therefore. Be It Resolved; That .J & "" )
,,' we' have': lo\ offer" ., "*:. AGENTS!' WANTED the event' this property is sold, to a -" ,,' .
"", k ' Send, for our ,Price List and bona fide hotel man who .will ...
open ,
'.. ... " .- t; I. '. 040040.0004040000 00000t0000: : : : ;:.' "
: Illustrated CaUlotne. same for the entertainment of any 0,0". .s0'e'
: and all .,that all due ..;:, "" '
' .. .. .. C: & B. HAT CO. taxes on Block 26< of So.: Fla. Rv.Sumy. .
4f ,_ ; ,, .< ... .. 123 ttttt St .jMkiuvHt!" FU, be'< remitted except.''$1,000.00 WE SELL 0 WE JlU 4 :
: I a r'a 4 0 ',
; '
to be applied to the payment Ion, that

lf '.. ,.. '. Of -, portion known a* the Casino. HAT 4 HIDES : ,).i"0', I 14; ,
I.:" i'r y. ',' i C ", .' ? ,\ ::, H ., 7', .I'.., .j ;' .Attests-_: Siomed. ; '.. I. ; .1 I l.r.. .....
t 1 1''' . I . ; J. R. GILBERT: G: Die. TAYLOR.' GRAIN 4-
:: t f .'; ,. . Clerk.. ----- I 11: :,
.> 1 __ :.. .: ." a .,
J t.,;. ,,' .. There beingno further business, *". . .. ;,+ "
; <'.r';' ',; + .w': -- the Council 'adjourned to meet in FERTILIZERS '
." l"f /1- 4 .. W OL' '
I. ;. 4' - -0 % j::.4, ,
regular session .
Tuesday June 3rd, :
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, ," ,. J. R. GILBERT. Clerk.. 4 - '*- '' ; < .

r ::.,;'. ".,.1;" ... ',".' '... i\'I. -- '.. '" If,:.M: BREAKER, Pres,pro-tern (> ORANGE BOXES 4 AND' - .1 '. "-<,
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.,' ..r.... I., ( . :,.\. I f' "' (" ORANGE WRAPS ,. .... : .
The pastor returned from. Atlanta > l 4 -,0"; 0
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:: t. Tuesday and will'fill I the ,pulpiton VEGETABLE. .* 4,' COUNTRY., 0 '
al, HasteSlowly : : Sunday\ ., "CRATpJ. "I
1 ; . ,- Sunday aChool.;af'10:45. .. .....

. .: Preaching' 12 'o'clock. Subject: CRATE NAILS *' 0".J .' .,
v !
1' : .' "The"Greatest N National '
"I .. t : : _Joy, This J. 0 .4 -"
k ; compelled 'to "a 'decision.on -- will be a-.peelal'aermon to the G.-A ttleman +
investor'is I male
Frequently -
i* an: *' 4 ""': ** 'C! *v* snap* 4 * ,* *- :- -; R.Polltiof,; ; Kissimmee. All friends . ., . . . .. . -0. ., ... d0 440a0000004140': : -tWe ;

r1 ;an' Uavest 1 nt.' because he has idle money, earning no' Uatrest.'aod he" r' and the(, put>lt cordially Invited., '!
5, 4 ..?: "depends"upon 'the i interest for' :his income.; :" Invest your'.de] money" in V Preaching B. L.P. U. a*8:30.7:30, Subject p. m. :', "The,. :,sell Reid and_'Garden' Seeds' of-aU kinds.. :;: aWe ,

/ 'Certificate of 'and if will' interest ; 'I Confession .of. Sin." give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping' parties!. V. :
a Deposit begin-to earn from the .. .
i .4 , Free ;
e ( d. very Prayer i meeting' and baptism" on deliveryin city limits:. 'Phone No...12..? ''< ;'. :' ...:... f"

3 s, *'./' .,,, : the- "<.;.nveltmmt.i, "Theo. - .tali.- ; your' time' in i .-selecting">..:,{:. }"', .f* ,.. :t' :I Wednesday-at' > O.''8:30 B:.: FALLS:'p.'m." Pastor., . prices'oq We are fertilizeri.county. ;' agents, for: good.'fertilizer" *- ,"'.,Asku. '''fo- t".cir.laf-' J' ; and!, 2

i fir'seasoned.and-life-investment.linowng. ; :; \that -in the meantime-your-r: -'- r c0'": y v : , 0.\ .. !. joN ,'
t : :: .. Akr'. 'Substribe'for, the;Xbatlnrpee Val: ,- -\ .- "- -
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_ ",moneyL' ;! .earning;> you"'asi? ,,coma>' ,, ,!It,is a good "thing. !to'make- -. haste'7 ( /:" 'i.."; ::1 Re yGai:.tts.V,, '. ; .ar s, . 1WRITE toe.etyevery'rgro.e' owner or' )' Worms in a'Healthy S Child *k

/ i i jaloWlyAiq,, electisga; permanent inveetmenG'' ,M a<(.:t. ,f..; i BUCKEYE NURSERIES._ j jtf any. person' who contemplates>plant- -All chUdAa fcoubted with worm bars/la wK:;;

f. .. .. .r. r 0 t ;. ,injr.jrrapefrulttor -tfranres. ,calls can healthy?,.IIIor.which" Uesis. poor blood,and.a,
"" I Is s.on I...
i cc
) ... Want Their be made only on hose:who will' make GROVE'S
You} < Service Man To < TASTILSS'chlli: : TONIC gins. regularly :
W Cau.AnrYfal.t advance,.regiieati:.torthem... ;;...r,. . .I for two or tiI... weeks wlU.nrlof) .the blood -r.;
r > Just write. letter .JII'O\'b.dle.elon,and act... GeneralStreaatb 1
7.ltlze Bank k v or 'postal card S
.. I s : L ; 'Our'advertisingcolumns: 'have announced to Buckeye Nurseries/ ,' 1134' Citizens 'ealogTook throworrotdbpIth.waaandtheCLUdwill to the whole.""nL N.tnr will thee b.. .

atnireenntuan DEPOSITS ; the fact that-a > service'man Bank Building, Tampa) 'iFJ..,' saying III perfect hauth. Pl.a.rst to bottl f..
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N will that - .
off the Buckey?'.Nurseries; ; spend ypu want to see,their man:while c .
.::1.' 1 'OF' KISSIMMEEjyiaking dome! time In''',thl. County,. visiting he ia.1n, this county: and he wilt be '"

:.. S D I and, d1sinR.with', citrus jrult.i ;growWhlle'the given instructions -to ,visit you. ',You For,. Rent Two urpisned data, /

. ,':' ,. Tlae b-a witJa the.ahilitZ n_ .- .., '. en. ... __ ...., ......,.., ..,_ ,__ ....:.... incur no'. .obllg_tk>a4aDd,,;no-- eharg :.wmr g-ern< ''coaTenience. '" w ;
-:: 4 -"- . . ;-a 1. "will > j>, CTlHarris. '.'
." T"'.'-'' -I Buckeve people be will b'ja made,. td youthli'Bueke ; '. .
'a .. .l' mess 10 SERVE. Y .' 'rr glad i thief service JI, is ,absolutely free., .. Gaztrj."of6a,-" '
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