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 30, 1919
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00909
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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WM.. l"MAKINSDN"POST., ,.OF ", H-' ,MEMOR'AL"' : PA.Y'1MpSAGE. .. ," CAMPAICH. 'COMMITTEE FOB-",_?'


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L;' : _AMERICAN LEGION j- (.FORMED. .", '. _,CABLED L _.. : WPRESIDENT" _, ;!r ... //I' , THE COMING BOND. ELECTION. :


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\ Pursuant'"to'the call 'fIdaj..,'E1a. ,. -- bI lowing Memorial ,Day message to, the American 'people?" '.T'" . '" . ; The.. 'KIa.fmm.Boa1'41' trade la- .4,
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gene C. Bryan; published'ti4n": last WORK .ON':DDf1E'ncl1wArWAS. : I .."My"Memorial Fellow ,Countrymen. : this: , added, ? significance 'cnd"Iwl.h. POWER" 'AM) .LIGHT PLANT ' determined to, ,leave -Bothinc ..
Day wears J'.r.n ,
_k'.' Gaaette.k.. meeting of honor*. chance at-the c1ty.PaThw Note,Else:
: .blydischarged" soldiers and. :sailors : BEGUN ; .oalYLby a messageto. take part with you in,ft.observance" AT KISCO ISBURNEDInformation" tion. which will take plaoe'on June* y y7th
'elf war'beld at the .._ : lHISWE in expressing, the sentiments which it, inevitably suggests.In observing -, : '
:s Oaceola'county reaeheid' but has. appointed 'a strong cam +'
the day we commemorate not only;the reunion of. our own.tountrr ' Kistlmniee ,
liv council ..chanrber on W.dneaday..afr. : &rk'' on the ,
the
5V to look. after
section of '
., '+. ternoon at,4'o'clock,. when a temper between the.DirleHighway but,also now'th.' liberation'of the world''from"' ;of the this week ntthe, .burning of tbepow- Interests of the. electlonwThe ,
Here and
-. ) 'Campbell e' most serious dangers to 'whlcl.'free government and the, t..ut.of : er house at Kisco. 'headquarters i of '
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'a' ary Post of ,the ,American. Legion .ra.'ClrK.nl&ed Station is now under way Foreman :lxt..a..men"who -.have' hisa ,
We'hAT..JnarleeS
lm-
men were ever exposed. ; the gallant an4bOW' the Kissimmee Cattle Co'. ranch
-. J., D.-Cranford who ia in /charge during : on named for. this'special, duty areW- ;,
who, died In the treat'war of liberation with ;
mortal men naw sense the, Kisslmmee Rivera The
,The .ame'' selected ,for' the 'organl- powerhouse J. chairman J.B.
Steed JCata
the' absence' of Messrs.Murphy ; EVD. ;
Of consecration. Our-thoughts< and purposes now are consecrated ..contained'the machinery thewater 'f
nation was the Win. T. Makinson & Malonev, baa a crew of men-r at 'to the mamtonsrice of the'liberty of the world and of the union .with ,.light and,, refrigerating"plant 1. H.. Tress, Pat v Johnston,,
tPlbnte'to the -
:lost a fitting memory work and is ILuPf.r. Carson Farmer- A,
busy assembling'the necessary . its people'in' a', single omradship' of- liberty and Srigbt.- It was of the
company
lieutenant of that ,
of the brave young machinery.On / F. C. Bryan; J. Johnstoa..
who was th. first< .man from for this that' our men conscientiously offered their lives.- They came'to A-newengine was being tried' oneand'it'td'thougtlt'that R. T. Butler S.' ''
name day'of June ; R
Ch.pm..A.L
..the second the tntcar' j .' -
the field of battle.with the high spirit and pure.heart'of crusaders.We som.oll'wasignite
'- this killed! in in Jthe ; 'Gilbert.,. '
county tbattl' S. Nelson, G.
load of brick will'leave.Chattan E. 'teas.4g.new -
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must never'forget the< duty their>sacrifice has laid upon us, of l ''Which\ communicated the .
great world war. and :A.' Akerman.Tfiel.ctloncall :
v 001:&. TennC and froMth.. Son. one :
fulfilling their' hope and their purpose to the. utmost This, itseemeto'meistheImpressive flames to-the-building., 'The foundationt
The temporary :'officers .elected, or two car' loads -per'day will reach j / orosid.'sfor<< tke> ,
lesson : mandate ;of <, of th.' WJter tank 'were''alsoburned '
; :-were hae follows: issuing of note to the '
promissory
here. This material'la furnished by "WOODROW' '
the day. WILSON and the tank'fell.W .''
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Post,'Commander, Eugene C. Bry- away, amount of J45.000' bs'expende4.tpmaintaining e
ths.tate and wasurcha.ed from
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; H.'Arnold, of thte. .city' hae.es.cured
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the Southern Clay Manufacturing: :'present' dralnaf*
3 n.VicePost' Com 'R.: C. Graves. I Company. '* thei contract ,for xebutlding.SOLDIERS' system. and In. paving 'certain tfcel"oughfarea ,E

PostViceCom.. R.-c. Graves I In another' .week; or ?two".the; 'con of the city., -
ti 'Finance Officer; M. A Farmer.. struction of the. once "hopelessly .mi.- .COMMENCEMENfE-xRmSES[ HOME, FOR ST. , .416,000 of theamoun4 has been.dVsigned -

I g S.rctat Arms, J.. C.'. Buckets'., >1 ling',link ;will be in..tI .w.inr : ,CLOUD, PROPOSED 'BY_. SEARS. . for drainage V.improveoieit ,
1t The petition for 'eh 'tel' for thelocal .. ', - and.lt1>>01"tlon---of" it-wiU-be'spent-*V- ,
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: pat was-slgnedrby E/CrBryen, '"HADTArrBAD' --" y Washington. May 27.-Ei.bU.It-1! a ditching machine.1"" .' -- ,'
t ;J.;W., Simpson/. J- Steed. P, ,M FLYERS- :; :DAY, ; ment of, a softer,' home at'St.Cloud,! The: remainder' of the notee, -....
")J...,. W. >Ir. Tiller R.C.-. Graves, K. The flyers ."had '. !'bad-.dv"' thisweek Osceola county Fla.... was, proposed $30.000,. will be ased.:1n: 'gradteg, ,
S Johnson, Jr., J. N- Taylor,' C. H.3debson ,> for on.., machine ''was..smashed OF F OSCEOLA t HIGH. SCHOOL today by a' bill!\ introduced by Rep. curbing. and, paving the atreet .'--

,- A. E. Bearden. M. A. Farm Saturday when.. .,to '-rise. T re. .,Sears, 'Demoerat,; of FlorIda. fleeting with the ".hor\C\Jt,, ". road to8tt '
'- ...er.' Gary C. Brown. C.. L.;McLean,'J. and ,another: waa damage, Wednes- _ 01 I .-' It would1' appropriate- .Z50OOO Cloud which will complete ther +
;' tMajor F;. C. Bryan' W* J. Steed in .either instance. Engine The- Osceola 'County High- School Instrumental' Solo "D nclnc Neath of buildings with the limitation that tt.The| section ,of ,the'Highway ;,DIIde
and Fred M.v Bass,< and' possibly othrs trouble was the'csuse'oft. the. accidents closes next week after" a somewhat. the Tree. Kathryn McKay. at least' three hundred acres be obtained : in the city IIl'Dlq'me.tbut '
: ... will attend the State) convention, la' both .'C...., and:. the..ship. staanuoua term. At the beginning of .'Cla>. Poem Little Mae Matherly':: ai ''ex site; "Mr; Sears said heintroduced'.this the county ''road''on the '.south: will
S 1, >to' be held at Jacksonville June' 10-11. were Sent back to the field., the year t .> fterwhich, a meeting will be'calledI ] depleted ,when the boys on- Kolliag ;of..many residents of.St.CO! Ul relief. to thePriJW. traveling.. pu.Ie.,
,(air.'to't effect .a- permanent organization. 'J ha'.H. Balsden""and-son jtf.Wh t- .sted in th.5 S.''A. T. C. at 'Gainesville VJohnnU Bronsonv : d.1 "

... .. / tier- were.in. the city Wednesday, :' and DeLJmd?but when-tbeirun- 'Delivery of.Meda1e'and, Diplomas. Henry" Ltghtsey .epentseveral .. L. Winn .tnad{ "a busiaeee'.) '
.. its .were disbanded, and these young SuptJC.' E. YowelL. ; thla week'. in Georgia. .n' business. trip toTampa last '...k. ,. "
} men.werei, ,honorably discharged-.they "Summer Days" .-.*-...-.L.Tparla, '--- II' ,
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BASEBALL IS all to complete their workjere !v N SOflOrchestra I . ;. "
GAME: FIRST GAR MELONS jetumed )

: and receive their diploma. "* ."from tl.. *.". 'Grandfather's..' Clock"C TRAMMH'WDULD, TO OPENIIDSBOHDSON .FORS; '
., their borne school .: r
; ., 'STOPPErBY T ''FUNKX The 1919.1920 class"t is without.exception Friday.night the Seniors will hold r \
: MNr : ,SHIPPED BY ,I the largest class 'over graduating full away:: 'with. their Class Night but '
BONUS
'I' .. . .. : / 'y...;:..-. here.' It : numbers thirteen wbeni they are'lnterropted.a. to the INCREASE TUESDAY
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;' -The Kissimmee ,diamond'; .:would 'C.: H, .Funk; one' of>ur' most. prosperous ''boys has and earned eight'girls'.and,the" for this,reason ot- word nature is f the the reply.program Every"mum-' one' is the Is .. '- .. . .- .,.-. ':

\. lave been the scene of s'closely contested farmers fend fruit' growers the/.NbollteroUi 'claaa.pseudonym' privileged to ,ODJeetul'O"'Wha\ it will Washington; D. C., May 2O.-8eo- 'v The cltcouncil at its rgular meeVing -
hi, battle Thursday afternoon 'had,shipped last Wednesday the first.car ,I Prof. R.. M. Evans Is' Justly proudlof be. however and we are guessing ator Park Trammell.; tod.y' Introduc- next week wlll open the bide CMS, "
not the weather man called the gamer load of.watermelons to Cleave Kltsim-: this .splendid group of young people that The evening will be .merry one.,I"'in the Senate a bill providing, .the bulkhead construction. 'when it; .'to'
et 4>:y a heavy dO_' Oul'.of. n\.at'mee .this season.Mr .-. : <' ,. of whom,he has seen enter Sunday morning ae the. High the payment: of an additional bonus hoped estimatosxwill be; submitted,
; the. second hair-of the third inning.I I .Funk has twenty acre*"In-meltons the many primary department.of, the School Andjtorium) _the Commence of $140to .U,persona serving In the whichwill"comewithin". the;,......,
A crowd off Haines City fans cc- which he says are exceptionally1 schools and.win their wayon.tothe mint 'sermon will be. delivered by m1 Itary' or naval forces, of-the Unit. voted'' In the bond'' election ,.for'tW r,
; companled their:team .and supported, fine. The car shipped "Wednesday':8'Oa.whlcb''1h.y; 'Will reach on'-the Rer.-Gv-B. Falls, pastor- the First ed States' during the 'War ", purpose.epeclfatioas ; 4" '
them wIt .-"..tJa' .usual, demonstration.w.re' of the :Tom Watson 'variety and night-of'June 9th whea.they'Will .be Baptist church.; Rev.. Falls-will take German'.Empire. ,, of, the bide caU, '..
'f' The Kissimmse people turned out in areragedwell-u>-.ir:.. ,..- *-. i''granted diplomas.r ./ '' for the subject of his discourse; Life .SenatoP'Jram..elL led-the tightInthe for' the filling in. of approxmjatoJr:' '

1 ',, a ich'numbers that the gate receipts]:.A-much larger'crop of melons The school suffered another an- anInvestment. The 'pastors of all. last Congress which gave the 850 land 'the'conatructiep esr .
j, .'ainonnted to forty dollars which was than' usual' has been planted&!'Qund!'|more, serious Interruption later in..the the churches In :the city are'asked bonUl' to all honorably discharged : A1yier\ : and boat basin a"boar-, ?

,. Ilr&tltyln"L '.to the Athletic Assoclstiorvwhlch -. KUaJmnM this !season and harlot fall for ',.-hen"" the;' "flu epidemic' to be present and assist in the following soldiers;;. Sailors and -marines. If this :and other work:for ,thai 'r"''
:N is sponser- for the team.. .smpfflenn 'will now probably gofor-:.raged\tit, we*' thought the latest ..program: . !II- Dew measure becomes a law. It/willmean 'improvement of the! 'lake shore' 4o(' ? 1
,! In the'th. first Inning Walls'scored ward; with?increasing frequency I that 'total bonus will then Lake Tphopekaliga the .
course to- elOll-'the doors 'of"the pubHe Sunday June ;8. ,,15M. the .
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for .the' visitors through' aft ofthe (l who servedn This lsth. second call da-a
error! .buildings the schools were '. be\ $2P0 to each person 's

M' .: locals halT, but' of.this the-was' secondwhen everted.in the GRADUATES-.,. AND PROFESSOR'CO.dismissed1for i ;and.< month.' ..Tbe lost t.l.SoDI'-DoxoloU/";Ipvocatlon. ,::'....--.-i.Re". W.. .H.Colem.n. .,-the. ,,;Armed Lorca< ,,,:_ x . '. I council ponsft. called has for J'lued.'IWI"entirefv t;;, wuuh: '. .
econd : ,
;, > "i time has''beenmade up ..thisspring .{.. =- c. _--
::
yiSITING. i "
It, Holmes...Prather crossed'the plate, on ; j and the- Klilimm.patrona have the 8. Scripture .teadingB.v J* ,J.Farmer. VlCOUSJIOG.AnEMPTS';; money.. :%. Ji __ .,., -0-
;
,-, long,' >-v -* -*ri. 'satisfaction of'knowin the : pupils ., SMALL,CHILD '
', 4' The 'betrinnln.of lof&b.n: tWrdethehome The1 Graduating, da. of't' 'Os-, '. ;;TO.CARRY OFF ORLANDO WOMEN VOTED
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have roundedout a fall ::rears work. 4.', "GUId4'lde, O Thou-,Great ). ;
,
.'jIoI 'JI';.TUronson. .got 'tightened'down to' bu.ln.theit.I.-grip.and ceola'High,school, was shownpleas'-1[Notwithstanding these interruptions hovah" ._. .;i.Villiam Williams 'ts.it Saturday 1 'at,the' >ca'ttp :of' the. IN '' BOND ELECTION,TUESOAr'
"; ant courteseyTuesday, 'when .they ,,the morale. of the onpils.has'emainad Choir' and Congregation.6 .' ,. "

;:'1 the:.a.show'at visitors. '"were scores snuffed".out without' '' were invited.-by< : Prof. Rj' M. 'Evans .t..1ta.u.uaa. high standard.; and .,. .Prayer.i.-Rev. R. Hodnett of Florida'Rubin Dredging Davis was oonrysnya.child attacked by'a :Orlando, rif.-; .--' csPe W.va.): : . :
,.
J"w> 'Kiuimmee"went''to the bat'and to visit each,.room of tbe'ichooL,The th.lr.work',baa' been excellent." .. Vocal ,Solo 'ffemerrow Comes. arge hog, 'inflicting' serious wounds. der.the .recent.-. act e fMs. te*> \
:
'was filling .the."base* when th'-,rallr 1919-1920 class is the ilargest ckfssl I k I:' The High School, Cadets contInuedfibelt the tSun.. !'......c..I'.J.Paul: Ambrose 'lJI.n,Itttte '
fjegan,,',The;.wet.ball ',and the wetter ever, C'J'aduatlni":1I'o1D': tll.acll.ool.; 1 drllUtill'honorablydlfcharged.The"closlng.ofthis ''," -' C. H. Summer7 *,- & ,' . 1 .JeVws .plf5f.111.the yard ill fret their r&jtt .f.freehloeme \less. the .. ,
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'c field brought ,lABout a'regular'merry- here;and the. ,visit to .theW-, fellow|, "feature 'of-, theyears'work.was ,. .Announcements.."Character'aniInvest& > of the(.oamp lent. while the mother I.. "J: be'nbmber'od tarptar cr.. es. "
I school mates. In.honor the. .marked by a competitive 8. Sermon, 148 to vote i "
a iro>round of up'td bat then, round was of ap-l tproacking' 1 was busily engaged.'in household', qses 0
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the bags to home the .cor. mounting y.nt'and. .as' an, exampleto I drill before competent judges ment". :_---...; .;.u..ReT.. 0"B. Falla. ,lutles. TIN boa' .approached from ion I of- the '-issuing of; : .. .
-eto;I' .7"for Kissimmee before the game the classes! -wblch'should.sucit. when' "bronze''medal,- ctven. by Prflf. 9... Bong, 111 'Go" Where: You the woods-grabbed thechild's dress 'I,bonds,.for the. purposes-d aol' '

:; .:'was'called: off. This, ''however, was e :i i Evans;was' awarded to Walter Grif- Want .Me to.Go? front and began1 running.towards the street paving.r.': ,
''no C reflection.on Haines City'for ae- 'The' Seniors; accompanied '.by' fln;:son oJIr.and:: Mrs. J.'C. Griffin, "r- : Choir Congregation., swamp, ,not .very, far away. The The total yoto'cast-waV: ?o4e Y,.. and
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.,. 4 oclin..to Manager Brown- for Kis- Evans' went.in a .body'from Prof:1 who made, t"-lIlebeat mark.' .Benediction.'' .' motherseeing herchild being'' 'car of. these'only49bond :were.:r against ,the
{,,'.immee. ",the''' two teamsare evenly room and wound up .at- the : 'The' Music. Department. ; under'thedirection On (;Monday night' the1. :graduationexercises'of ried aWay became so frightened that issue-*- Ths-t-essumptlon 'ia the .
"" ''matched and:.the'game- would have Science 'department.where.they: ,were ., ;Of' Miis Myrtilla' F. Beals, ,,the-Senior class will' t beheld .he-was unable to follow';:;or' scream women. voted 'nearly-solid t for ?',.'the
served with delicious Ice. which has showed .marked growth'sand the In''the AadltoJ'lum.when. S.na> bonds. Theflrst"woman; to. cast her .'J
't>e n"...close one-had.lt: been :played were for.help,-and-bntfor: ,.',the fact) that
underusual conditions.! .' .. made-,by t the pupils there.'" : enrollment this-year greatly"exceeded tor Doyle Carlton of Tampa'wil deliver me of the men about-camp happened vote in the morning was .Mr'Ida A. '
. .._ that Of previous'':years.-: ',There willbeno .the'addresa of the occasion followed Hand, and MM last f male'vot r .
,fi-Next'/Thursday- return will [be . .--=.-- ,::, ... :: to see the bog sari rlng' the.little felor warn
7 .JlI.yed:06': at Haines. City wbenr it :F''Wy'bJ.; : . .. :\\t... ...." -mul the. e--.ltal.t-.thl.accident timicaw.ing which: .,by, the.' ".: -presentation, got- ', . wayTthe-eh4! sllfewouldhaveundoubtedly : MI"Zelma-IAWter., '>. .

...,. II .thought'.a large crowd from thusoltry 2nd' B"-Wen.- ..iceilia .,;" compelled;to Miss regrettable, Bealstake 'a vacation mss.t._Ateach',-of- these ''commencement :: : been, taken.' A./'short ,AmoM the.. .first'votes' .was Rev.
Mary Matr. president Of the Florida '
will aocompany the boys.June FFree'.f < ' distance from"the. 'camp ,the :.7: hog -.I
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' from her work. .: .. .. .i;
'ft Witt Brown his fineorchestra
events De and ,
'IBqual! Bdra Association aneT
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,, 12th ,
i is yet an .. open L.date; I."JJ.-.Huie.:: topped s:the 'child that .it. had lIMn
.'s. .) .;i;' Miss; Helen: Basa ..has !seen in will render-pleasing.music. until recently a''' member the MSM .y
though\ Manager Brown expects. .. to Pw--MiUer. ... ;, / rio .. Carrying: by the- ront-i of Its dress
,'"g ..it;later! Jane IWh Apopkal'play'a - .. >K.I"l" .-.-......,..,..... -, charge' of'the', >Expression Department Tb.1IIgfpSehool-. chorus' the.. -' .1 / return/.here,: wben.r the .' .B 'Lesley; -, -..-...;,: : ,;. s:1" faithful c ol the schools and has T' been' their club anA-the choicest boys' 'quartette. .wfll,} "tuff resumed:ita.way, towards the swamp t1vn.; : '''''. : ...".. ; ;

beala'are'preparing, to.put 'a :ByRobenB. .: Sl.t '__: -to'the''pnpil.'whoshave en- .. .ehetIo tt.'TiOtblll-oyer tile' gJ'OUDCI .r jJbeluQdW.bE"i"
.. ..up. -- .- Miss Bass and'her-pupils Winah" *ur.-.*u, *..-** .I ::&>i.....__;y .
; tour. fi ght'for honors.; c \ ( McLean.."" "+ CONTEST as .ft ran.The man;followed rapidly !.immediate Mrtous ,
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Th is line -on--for.Thursdijrwai t : S. S.-llu1lock- .-\ ',!r,I'7J'H"' 'recital' next :'ThursdayAnight.On DECLAMATION. : 'AT V f' : and by bj. yells, succeeded in.fright- 'danger, afedieal. attention brit 'Jsecured'
: the
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..," r'fS 7-"';.Haiaes. .CItyv-. I 'C-Prather_ _- .' soli... e -... 'will morning be'held'in the promotion'auditar- V't ,AUWTOfUUM. ?TONK1HT en....,. bog sufftelently to make itrelease.its ', aa soon'aapossible and 4c
> .s.v'S..L. aeh." it ,i : exe: :: '_. *' ...- "' "bold ,
the child
zt ; ; :It I ; si and wasretimed precantioae have: been taken 14k a
-Graham'J'
lum, and following Prof. R. M. '
c..yF..tTedder.. 'V",'fJ'j .that r ., The. annual "'declamation einU l to- ,. i .
.. : ,1. j' > Evans will: confer' the *. 'rank of : its mother, r ft-Is"said guard;against dangers ;uulJJ"t::
Y- r B".hnlo". PBronwn;, ,'f. .' "Knight Banneret"- all the wUl be' heM at the High School auditorium kit.I the arm ,pfthr. chiU .is :i cite eompanylnBr'..such .Mtetb_..... t.:.

f' :"'! Adair.. : .... ....'.:_.::: _,' __., : :. '. C..F.rohnlOD; ; :;,;..r4. .. _" .. 'if::' who: vhavecompleted, -,,-roungatrs their- :.tonight when, :six.girls will: !:eljf.-aaarred and.lacerated, but. It is .'.,''Mmes ,"; .

'L,.' 'f.I .",.;!; . -..'. "... .- .'....... . ... ,..... -- -_-. "', -I course la'..thehealth' crusade for'the declame 'for v the", medal offered'V biCountyClerk' .......,..-.,... .. .-..- .. '.t" ." &. .-; ... --.c.-.n.----. ,.--C''f ., . - '-' ._ '
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:: TELACHERS e JctUBTiiSOGG.EST&WAR JiIIItftfteen 1.antaw.-0 : AllJluchxni."Lt.. by ( *; ;
'lt1!;f 1e* 1:+ : customary !.o'sel;: ,ct' ht'Wyand ,

are theirraiA.eliglbleato:.."s'3eae f'e H ?_ "y.- .ex.. .*-? = RltM':

; beawel.re. es'; at. the: .,coat done at I a, prelimnary. contest fT t
the faculty bur .hls' yur..onl\Jat.
; i l MEMORIAL Y orfeweeht.ri'riday.moruin.;- if%;&the'< ''T Eighth** /'gradewHI'held y ;\ boys had made nufflcient,preparation 4ST-ATE OAR L.:

c ... and were ;:eligible at -l that time and .. ......... . .
jO :. ., ._... f ;:' ', ' '> j i.nV -.. 4ts'graduatlon exercjses their names appear:with .the:fullnumBer ..-,.. .. '\,\.. ... -,'. ..
_.. !> l> r- and, have v.mngedvthe'following f J- a
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+6" One'of the i' best,meetings ofth'risslreldat'Mrs.Beet'etbome. "'diecuisd1Kissimmei: his program for; that hoar, of "gTfl. on"'the'' program, %" Kisal Board" ;, ' i
__ was : must i I printed.farlow.' ; V' T amee; of Trade at have made'a record
':)'ea>' : : ; I some:,4\\'?< tribute I ia. honor ,of .;Friday Jane:8)1:50 ...., m.. ,R. DeWitt Brown'ind"hi.-spiendUlorchestra IM'. Friday,'night.r'meerdwgwest'" >*tTeeoBl of befog fair and Impartial towards

:last-week: 'Withuswere'Mieeee: : ]M.I' those .who: ve'thelrtlivu.nd: to .;Qrcbe tra;,-tVictbryMarch", La.r. will play' at.the beatnnin ; '''* '1troftaI, :oppeefaag'. :eyelMMige'm all sections} of the State nave ae-'
.C:i 8ryan 'and/Almena' Leitner'and. those. who;offered,;,and'ecm.'out of. rendeau. ' and dOle\'ot. tha entertolusaeat. art : (the-.t te'rroad' '_plehed.a.t"dea1! in the way
e-strug: *'siive. /. v., .,' ? ." Spring':'Windsand': "Flowers"Shaf- also ,att. 'the' InUrmieetop.. v 'C* '- ; depsivtoaenfcnd'e of., permanent roads; and' have *.ap-
{ .;Hna. ;J'J.\\Crifflr4'rrhlch'pldaeeda' -;tti. 'It\\... suggested that, a'building:- ferSong'' byglrls , ',''. "'' : --I Tbla', event; .Ja. ,:of general; Internet,* reeeed .KsVP1oval :'ef tfcewric pad out system.of Highway* "which
.' ',.....G7 11. :?' "''. . ."gymnasium- or some' reereation ball -f Invoatlon.Re.R..F.. Hodnettrf'Zmertca : and la;:,always dwell attended. ' :of"that"department. I In';no:.unmeasured will be of good and lasting benefit to r
}Ma4ame.'BuiQock,, Boitortr .in? would.k. AttigQothonp; : the 1 b ,, the ,.Beautiful".Mc:,. .'Ih.pl'OCJ'amt: b ,.i S terms., .;y. [this Mate, and,(for all= ..the, time ,aDd
8nodgrass..were.gnesta,' the,,two'-latter planting of Urs,trees,','as expressed Farlane. ". ,/ I. '*;;.....Fdda .. 'May M.' > i! Iq Ut?so :Wgh'did::feeling'rua'''.at; theujrhc .Ieh'.tber: nave g.nto "
: _.allowing us to place,their"names! by:: .ithai' ?brimant',yowBgi poet "who 4Tx; -I"V! ;:: :'Grade.l ;. riMabolo! March:?r on enrmembershiplist.'Hands -. gave his life,for: Fran e-JoJ'et> .,. "Hoop i High School Orchestra.; ,. "i by;the state legislature that the ft : Steto's-money. ,' except: theirIttBesoivedBy
" withneodl.Fwork mer.!L'j Rewrote in ,the;"battle .field lowing;;resolutions. we,eir fanhnonxly '
were'busy
." HH- ",\D'"Autumn LoUay".i.-i. Alice
,3/ ,._nd
4 i '..recreation. Protests .were V'recorded :j ,.;po.m Jovdy. as 'a.treSr. '.;. Bay, "Spring"; :Arthur, .''Slmp. b. (Continued on Fags ghtj::/,.,. senators ':and representatves .;' asking Kissimmee",Boerd.of :.Trade' thatw.
aa to the prevailing node of bathing ,1, ,*..>*'>! ?'* *.'.*,;..',*"' : . _----- ---- th.m'td'support, ; the present ystesa.Copies request our S.eas.rsad'' R.pe'NSats-- ',
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.' 'halts;',the club entering, ,resolutions 1 1'J 'Poema'are. :1ti ad.,'b3. fo0L'like'me, '..... .alM'aeht,to the- departmentassuring .ttve to, support'. any'and: van04
's f protests*agalnsttb. immodest : -ut onlrGod. n.JD&ke .a'tr...*'v: _. them" .personally.. >'of road measures.that':nave.
, i|<&eT'.*,v ; ..rW'a<. _. "-j* at-.; ..ot.course the1llOtfteN. club'can'do : : caoper.tbn .of the-board: of. trade In ment of the.preaent State. .endoD 1
: De ..- discussed...' some."faroring ;' butt. little 'as to', a: 'jaemorlal.; but j .h iRD'OP TRAoErAREGULAR''MEETING" : :: o' f-..',., : 'San partment, as -we: have every';'" eoII4-
.'ogles .objectine; :'to; that;'"'form things;talked -of'do'n' large:pro' .' . : \ ,'rhereobtlomd adopted, deace'in'>, said Department-and r

.. 'of. xestionr'ht.t1. expression.'was, portions. ..Shallnot''Kissimmee very .. ..v .. "" I .J'\.' .. . .. ,' ' .' There seems ,teidiMan": satisfied that from .the plans map
", nnitadas to disapproval, ..the' pre'sent -' won;.through,;4taboard'of .trade or I '' 'i ; .q.r..:.../. ....' -, .a the Florida'L out by them,the' rood ro.ct/11.ia .
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day so alkid society'stunts.,v .--. 1 dty-council ha va-.arwerkingeommit : rIlE 'Or. | ,towards tile .abolishmeat oft the'matewiUUsMattybe
.. : J.<;F.'.Walters. I'OpoI'ted.bID.t' : tee .od this. .great* matter;.* .. r oi : .: BOARD. 'e State Road-'Department' :.Resolved Further i"That the See-
"....; Intereetinr worfe doneby.agroup!',of :".As r Robert A iCalkm.says: ; '"Lethe 11iA WJi .. ....D.' T'-11iECnT;; : W.L '1 ..1'" :. .istHatlon' in HSvaUad.of.. reterysof Uie :Bocrdiof'' Trade seed.a <.. _
.: .w st 4We mothers A who .calf:! their --cult': ',which i osAS.emorates ;:hero- ;z Of. high salaried offtrisOs.andwneroasVThe "eoDy' of' theee. 'resolutions '.to our
.',-the ;.' ItelStar."t''i,.. T'Mrs. .' ":> lp wand sacrifice be jltreached anew." ..a. ,: Te'\AL ARE ,UiEGED:TO pATfEIfO 'r. ',' present Board Is Senator and-.Bspveaentetive, and also
- 1.W.'lIllIerbI'oDIrn1; armee- i''Thenext! ,meeting te club;will ; composed.of men who hsva been selected to, each,member _of theState B dDepart1ll
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'convention ,..held hope'to:ha ve:.Dr. '' { a HaA"rioi" .., Vf fal'in ta.inessfwere -knowa. ..' men 'and .assuratbem. '. i that this
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#;, 1/' TWO THE tlSSHHMEE'VA1LET GAZETTE, FRIDAY. MAT 30 llilt. : 'tl r"" ., .

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.. b::i. 1' ./" ""P\R., Cal.dwelPs. Syrup Pepsin is SERGEANT'YORK.. IS"CALLED ; .; : _

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)t 4?.,., ;" frr* just.what: .I 'need.. It. IS a splericlid *- GREATEST SOLDIER'IN.'HISTORY' : ___


r ". ..:. laxative mild ,and pleasant' d acts so New, York. May -Sergt.;.. Alvin Today 1 wee one round of festivities- a _ .l wo .

' ; and I wouldn't be without it .. C.;: York; who received the congressional -I for Sergeant York. From morning 5
,\.(<%: quickly easily. medal of honor forthe mTght- !until long after his Mregular- bed-

.: and keep i.t'in our.home.'all the. time' lest 'singie-handed achievement of the j.time"? he was hurried, about! the city
war in. which he killed twenty Germane ,,In taxicabs touring canTVnd limou
(, From a letter to Dr. Caldwell written by\ ,. took 182 more prisoner, and'sines. He 'was shunted from one

,I (Mr. O,'. C. Murphy 4 Walker .Street, I put thirty-six ,enemy m.ehlneIn' place of interest and one reception
.. /. nests out of business in the the
.Atlanta- Ga.; Arubnne,I to another until "eaten at
wound "up a day of unsuccessful effort Waldorf-Astoria gave him a breath. 3r }
to "*et into' New York ,ing spelt Then he announced modestly ray 3

: :Dr. Caldwells! .ubway'' by hearing', himself ctY'.1,! ..Id 'with no offense intended
w claimed: the "greatest In history' at that, all day, long he had wanted to

- adinneroftbejrenneBsee Society In,- |do 'ust one thlnl'-8t into the lubwaYO -
hi. honor; at.the WaldorfAstoriaTtonight. -" :--''-- ' '*'- '. t r" "* -

1i SyrupPepsin: I "'Th.t'. I sure 'do wantto rThis .
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York, second eider, in >the Churchof j I see," he- sued tonight. At din- :
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Christ and ,Christian Union in he .ner Sergeant was hailed as the Illustrated Free Book .

., The Laxatives .. ... little TennellS":village of Pall M.UI l --,'who has distinguished himself -. . t
,Perfect J on the Lone Wolf riverswastanked'/ '' above all'men in the war in the

'--- on either- side of the speaker's table;achievement of the greatest Individ--* "*5Vi. Modem Mdhod of Dcoralinf a..
'' by Maj.-Gen. George Duncan who''''ual deed in history." i' '.
r r Sold by Druggists Everywhere commanded the' Eighty-second. (All Greatest Praise From His General a''

I ( esf) ' OO" American) division, In which York I I Joseph Cummings Chase who was :will be of great value to you and your decoratorin
50 l
:: $ "
y' . cts. s fought and Vice-Admiral 'Albert sent by1 f the war department tq '
of home.
Cleaves commanderof cruiser I i"palnt!; .the- portraits of the generalsIn planning the interior decorations your .

,e \ I. , . and transport force of the navy who ,,, the American army and Sergeant It contains instructive articles en art in the home.
.t"< ' Recommend positive remedy for' constipation "sent him overseas and brought',him?i i York. pointed to what a fine thingit
as a
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". ; back. Not only that but a'stele-'' ia to see "General Duncan sitting color harmony concrete information regarding i

.e' mild and gentle in its action. The ffranvfrom the lecretary of war was ,beside Sergeant York," and General '
read to him In of walls and ceilings;: ,
which Mr. Baker'ask-1!|Duncan to.: have the artistic finishing your
( /' .. standard! family remedy in countless homes. ed that his "very slncerest''regards"'lat his sidedthe. mot distinguished

be personally conveyed to the. "di-1(soldier the world has produced." All suggestions and practical advice come fiom '
'' *r" A trial bottle can be obtained by writing to tinguished soldier" I I "Sergeant York's deeds are of the

"York's toast, was drunk eta dln .''character, that go down in hstoryand experienced decorators. A great m'any color plates ,

Dr. Wi B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street sandwiched In between one to PresP 5 ;:make our. boys patriots in time of designed by leading artists vividly show: attractively
dent "'
Wilson and another
i' to Major- ]stress, continued General Duncan. "
Moriticello, Illinois.. General-Duncan, and so many times]I "He is not only a very unpretentlons decorated rooms. You can plan your home from these

was "Serjeant York" eulogized and soldier; but 'anunassuming, illustrations and articles, from bathroom to {>ar or. ,
rt spoken to-,that-fie- heard -the...toast-l{|modest'-ntan. -His '1IchleTelllen -wa. --,- --. -. ,,-, -I ,
master hesitate as he started to' introduce the most-.outstanding Act of gallantry for harmonious E
It,also specifications obtaining
the Eighty-second division's , not only that this world war has gives exact
: of the Commissioners commander as "Sergeant; thafis-''produced, but-thatI hive ever heard color etfects wiih PEE GEE 'FU TKOA rr.
H\: Proceedings County Major-General Duncan." I I I of. He is not only modest absolutely -'
comes
\ ..,..,, '.." _. When it came York's turn to standup : but unabashed unafraid in the lit modem darallc, tanltary flat oil foibti. It in 24

.I ., and address the timers he showed presence of any gathering or any rich'deep velvety colors, which are easily combined
The Board of County Commission county to furnish all material; bid his' modest simplicity: 'enemy." c' .
of Osceola Florida met rejected the board. "I all into the most charming color .schemes,
s' en County by I I guess you understand that The first words of the Germanmajor

1 on May 6th, at ten a. m., there being| Mr. Pat Johnston reported that I'm just a soldier and not a speaker;" captured by. York whefi h* Ask us for Free Book or write direct to
.. I : present A. F. Bass chairman; E. L. the dip vat in the old cattle penson he said. I'm Just a soldier boy--but rounded up 132 prisoners in the Ar-

1?. Overatreet, Ernest Mach. John the R. R. Rt. of way in town was ,I want to thank the society and Gen- fronne forest were' told by General Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Louisville, Ky.OSCEOLA .
f Partin and B. n. Guy; Pat Johnston'all right for use with a little repairs 'eral Duncan and I want you-all to Duncan: __ 'w..ea.rao

," attorney for the board. and J. L.Overatreet the matter of repairs referred to Mr. 'know that what you-all have done "British asked the German maj .. s
j clerk. Farmer. for me is hfirhly appreciated and I HARDWARE COMPANY
.' The board was called to order by ( of I never shall forget It. Thank you or."American!I" 'said Sergeant York. Distributors for Pee-Gee Paint Products
The matter of inspectors
I ; its chairman and the minutes of the of cattle dipping payment was taken up very much.".______.__, .,. " ,"Good. ,Lord!I"_exclaimed,the .major. Kisslmmee- Florida. .
regular and special sessions of the
I ; land after discussion to
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some as
I ,, board read and approved. ,'whether, they should be placed: on a ?awarded the contract for the con- ,L R Farmer salary 1 mo.-_ 150.00'
) Mr. Ira Wetherbee came before the r. R 'Farmer. rent I pr mules. 60.00
1 strucion of the the being
basis instead of working by vault price -
salary
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i Han Brown, 80.00W
board and stated that the road known -
$3.996.00./ :supplies :
the day. Commissioner John Partin C Uro Co, -. 14S.74
1 ; as the Milliard's Island-Sullivan road made a motion that such inspectors The matter of an architect; to supervise J K SlnReltary, lumber 411.*4
as surveyed and deqlared a public If I-uiTfer & Pimther haulIng eta .S.U
the work on vault takenup
salary was
I \.. be placed" on a salary basis at a Central Drug Store, druKi 11.70
ro.d.t previous meeting of theY ( -
I a of $86 per month salary to be- and after some discussion by the ,]J L Ovoratreet. exp. on cattle 7.10C
4 I board should be opened and worked gin the first of April. Motion seconded board. Commissioner E. L. JD. Over- : G Tlner. .unplt! ..._..-.-. 88.4t
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: so that same could be travelled Matter street made a motion that A. J. Mac- M Katz, up1le h S4 It
Ernest and carrie !
by Mach ,: '
201,00H
brick ,
.}iv i, \ t /t,. referred to R. L. Farmer I Mr.' Ordia Bass came, before- the'd nough be employed. such he"Tiaving I',JA.C Knit.Stanford Co. Co aupplle- _-.__ I'..7o '
the'
C. S. Acree before
S. appeared" I board and reported that he would drawn the plans and specifications *. Hdw c., mat. St Cloud road lvlSl.14 : GROWERS
OF
State 8gi.ltC GREAT NUMBER
not be able to continue the work he and having been paid part I O L*Bank..lt..r pay, road roll work----_ 11.60 r
was doing unless the county would of commissions'upon delivery ofplane W II Crawford conv. fee ___. 10.00J
r' ' in Johnson Island, and that Mr. A. him more salary whereupon and specifications. Motion I K Conn.. wl ;' Davidson had agreed to construct pay made seconded by Commisssioner! JohnFiutin R J Keen wltn.... .___..__.. S 00
(1 a vat at said place for the sum of Commissioner John Partin a L JenklnBwltneia! ... ._.____. 1.80 -
motion that his salary be raised from and carried. 11" A McCarthy, witness .,- 1.00
;; .* $300. less the pens. The board -having >$25 from the''county to $75. Motion i The clerk informed the board that M Murphy Judge Jur. ct.. Jl.lO Preparations have\ Scott the new sales manager of
!L-' i instructed Mr. Farmer to construct econded Commissioner B. H. Guy he had taken up the matter of sale of L, H Tntrram, teed prl.on.r. 18.00" In Lakeland to care for Exchange also will be heard.'..
all vats turned matter of coiV,; L H Ina-ram, coats In courts.. tll.Ol '
t time warrants to be issued under the a number of prominent law
and carried. [ J Ii 'Ov..r.treel. cot. In court 10'.8t next Saturday perhaps growers-
(, _, atruction over to him. J\] Mr. C. A. Carson appeared before Special Act of the legislature for the L H InKram. coat In court ,-. n.." greatest-assemblies of all over the citrus. section of
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'. S Commissioner A. F. Bass repojrfedi the board a representative of the 'support of tick eradication, with,the The board Instructed the clerk to which ever ha. .pthered .. 4r
as
S' b that he bad a bid' from Mr. G. A.(Peninsular Engineering & Contract- I'Bank of Saint Cloud and that they draw vouchers on S. R. and B. district Florida. I II | Lakeland la arranging to, handle

r' Cram of -St. Cloud on construction i(ing Co., and stated that under the had agreed to take care of 910,000 No. 2,as follows: A. C. L. R. R.. ,I occasion it the meeting in good; style. Both ,' .
c4 of for the for 395.. *haw '
vats county
'act of the legislature the board was !worth of such 'warrants, to be drawn for freight 1185.29; Peninsular Isary of the organization and afternoon gatherings
authorized to pay such company a 'Ion as follows{ to-wit: $4,000 matur- EngineeringContracting' : Co., for' ida Citrus Exchange and be in the big auditorium so>> pos f'c

i WHY DOCTORS refund for excessive freight rates. ling the first year $2,000 maturingthe work completed on S. R. & B. dis .portion of,the several showers will not 'lnterferel and, r

Mr. Carson then presented a resolution second year $2,000maturing the Truststrld; ; bers of that Lakeland Elk's be '
regarding such refund and asked third year and $2,000 maturing. the : -. commissions withr; their families, are I open to the visitors for a 'r
'PRESCRIBE,-THE that the boird'pase same,: whereupon fourth -year. ,ti.Commissioner I ,' $UO.OOl.; R.'' G., Reynolds be on hand. In priced luncheon. .The club'. '
... motion of Commissioner' John *' E...L. -D.. Overstreet,,l.urveyinlf'S. R A: B. district NoS, ,tion,has been extellded- 'isad joining*the auditorium.- ,$

.\\i'' ; ; 'Partin on Commissioner B. made a motion, that'the Attorney for, $92.40;. Shaker Colony refund taxes, rus grower. of the '.t. morning session from' 10 '*. m. ,
; Y JfEWCALOMELf : H. Guy and carried:l. the resolution the board be instructed to prepare 61.62H S. R. & B. district No. 8; whether, or not a ,I'' noon with a get-together and 'ac- ,

'MilLdnaP ; in board. . the form ,of the warrant and that j(Florida Engineering .Construction change,' and many gathering "of growers; the 'J,
I, : vid Retained and 1m- passed, open asked < the the 'clerk and chairman of the board I Company, for ,work .completed and they-will'respond. ',: session in the afternoon will
Johnston that
':n Mr. Pat draw and deliver material for S.' R. & B. district No. at iff time for
t'; i proved-Unpleasant and Salivating minutes show he. advised the board be authorized to ;I ; The address of and".George'A.George'A.' 1:30 adjourning
he, Bank of Saint Cloud. $10,000 ' ;;704.97. by the people of Lake
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Removed New the
Qualities Variety that in' his .opinion they had no'authority -: Th." clerk 'vresentcd of Rosa of Exchange before'those
x vorth of such warrants as per their] agreement'; unusual in attendance who
resolution to ward to with
,Called' "Calotabs. to pass-a CT8:2t the Florida East Coast' Railroad J train
reement. Motionseconded by ; Co.. HA, Bise president of by may catch: : the evening ,
,- refund. jbmmissioner John Partin and car. to. allow Osceola county to use' thecompany's ; be out of the city.
will
H. :, Bank of Tampa
Commisssioner fl. Guy .
,
iiI vats and stock
dipping
:
.Of I the'medicines in the world r1
', ., doctors ;prescribe 'calomel most often work appeal in to.hi.the district board, vis or :certain Road fromKenansvlllerunning road The? ,,clerk presented all bids for pens which had been"properly exe-l feature of./"The speakers Relation. having of I Mr. Wisler Cored of ladlgeattosu ,
the cuted by the .
vats to .company"whereuponthe :
material-on
4 'and depend upon it.mostruniversally..There ; east.he; > declared I work-and dip spreadam.npofrtbe"minutesof'the; duaby'.tO'. Values in 'Some time bi,1909 when'I'had an

"k : $ must b..li, good and, sufficient.' a public road. Commissioner Guy clerk board. for'Intruded psymentwhereulpon! to deliver the all "clerk was ,in6t'uctedto: boa.rd.1RepertslofMIr.i.PeteTjF..Murray.J.i Dr. Bite is one 'of the of indgestlon and.,everything .. u-
(' reason-what U itt was
the :
to'me I received
then made motion that the -board pliehed'apeakers: ; gloomy ; .a
,; r .. If.'jrou:' ; silly study the doctors Mr.RG.Reynold.idown.ndhav a such bills' to the''attorney for the :: : : : has'the-Mme-of, bing'- .ampl.--of'.Chamt>eTlaln'B"Tab-' > ;,
booksyou: will find that the.medical ,the road surveyed anddeclared bo.rd-.he..to-ta1te--; : ;a re'of'them'asagreed' ae. ..representaUw 'of the :Peninsular da's mOlt/rorree.l.e by-mall I gave them si trial and
proposed "
ealomel al by the ,board. .. Engineering:.Con. Co.,''and the rer'
,If'v authorities'prescribe for' his talk may be were such a help Urrnn that I-? 'e
q : molt every'' disease. -The reason is onded 'a Commissioner'pubic road; motion-.ec-I,I f S Th. matter' of 'payment', for..dipping port;ofT Dr R. Thor ,Wearer' county enjoyable and ,a.J package;;' and can"truthfully
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a .that'.calomel i.' the greatest and only and carried.by ;" vat'on Bramer Island ... demonstration. ,agent' were filed with said a number/of. that I have not had a similar at
"'thorout'h".7'tem-puri1ler.+ It*'makes I I,up and. a fter-discussing same, the the" board. -; . '
.. The 'clerk presented a.b1Ffor. Mr.' < 4 not themselves,citrus! since. write rWm, ; ;B. ,Wisler,
y, is the' liver, active, drives out the poisons W." ,H:'Amotd for the construction of boerdagreed,4ta, 'pay' $800.' 'for.1' such Apolication: pensionof l 'OM,..' Indicated -their intention '..' Pa' > '
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& from the .stomach bowels" and yat. .r , Elizabeth H. Hall was examined And and bear this.addreis. c. ?."-, i i'

;y' kidneys. and .thereby ;purifies 'the -vault eounty'whieh'bid'wag for theteeord.opened: The clerk presented a ;letter from approved: also bill..of sheriff;.fo"teed; Jr.. business_ manager... Subscribe>> for the Valley -Calotte..,,, }
blood.;, Calomel puts the entire i;system "' Paceol'-I: Mr;' RDv libby_ making. : claim 'for ex prisoners;;; *' I.V ,-- ,- '
a' 1j m in" the'most 'favorable condition en board'there, beingo damages done;.to him by his 'horse The tax jCoUector/s report. showedthe pOOODOOOOOOU&OOQOOQOOffl
., submitted.;and the board !!: .. ., that had
,fort: Nature to exercise ,her, backing off of county bridge ,
jrecupera? following amounts'collected: ,For "
tied with the amount of the bid,upon ; :"
tive That' he I no ''balasters for: protection, amount '
s power. why' : 'pre.- motion, .of, Commhllsioner.''John, Par- referred the general -licenses" ,$18,75. ,- and 'for '- :[ :;
scribes calomel'-so often.< $60.Matter Attorneytor ;
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polls '
B. H. ?$ "
seconded-by'Commtaa1ener' .
the bard .
The kind of calomel' called ; -
new Now'
'1 '-"Calotabs," It refined and. purified Guy and carried" Mr.- ..Amold' ''was'' ." The following' bills were examined; '- ,Reports of.'theseoanty'depository'ishowed b $ THe .I., .Dle ;::,,; r
the balances in the .
:, 'sal from all the .nauseating' and .. approved ;anet ordered.paid. . following :! .
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> Cornmlaaloner _.| \ various. funds 'May. t."lgUhn611era : .< .. i .
N out :qualltlea of the old style,calomel .. A Baaa u', JJ.OJJ ..., -5 r : ..
[ .c. place.'for it John Partin Commlaalohar ,;1 J)'.'.11.00W ("novena.. .',''Fund' ..;;-..::10.fK.l7 j'' ; + tog-enjoy that E'1l.' t>\,- .,
1 at andrmore .itectivkthan L,D .er8trt.,' -CommU'r.v .II.00 Flnerand Forfeiturerundl. [...."1.10 ,. dpnk, .of 'table\, .
the old style c
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; er'C' Ernast'Maeh. Comml .lone' ( .00B. ... .. ,
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Road and Fund '
Bride" ' ''
calomel 'as arHver-cl..nae.and> system 'H.-Ouy.- Commli: .lonerw..-**' ...'1 4.00 Social.-;tubllcltrr Fund ':>;"wl.- 1.70t.4. ;' .t7 r,. drinks. 4 >.r.- ..., .: L
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f' .. purifier.' '''One Calotab.t-' bed. J Pat,tt.Jobnsion Oyer.treet, ,attorney' Clark __,i-_._.__:-,-*''*,414.00*M.4 Tick Hard tKrad lea t Ion Fund' ,, _..,....: 1561.4I :>' "Ii 1'1/' ..; h '.r; II: ,.,,;:t\ sr' 1
; ; time.' with, a swallow 'of waterthat's *-- udK.J.. 16.00w.Ii.Crawtord Surface- Roadi'.t.IL$60.11
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all.' ''No'salts no' nausea, nor rGrati county, pros a ty" _v ..... '.ll Paid.d .tro warrants>n the varlouf wereerderrd.fund asfol::'. can*-. 'f' They Originai: "
o 'the slightest unpleasantness.Next Prite dlFittarnu nr R T> Wearer. ,. dem.. *KV-; . '1&'.O9 lows.,. "*. ..$ **" -J / : .
,y ." morning yonawak. feelingfine- L H Tnarram, care of Jali_.,.lJ 1I.BO General. Rsv.nui' Fund '-_._' '..184.18Fine ,
Ammunition H- .J E B..s."Janitor"60.00A' ;
u a Fund110.11*>
.and Forfeiture
; with a hearty appetite'.for breakfast. M IChaunc' malt II.3" 1t.00.J _.... Il6/) .
Road and Hrldare Fund, .60Bp.clal POSWM
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for Catatogae '' ___ .. ,
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Eat what> you please. No restric Wr1ti 1'1 Owena. malnt '-" -, 1S.OO Publicity Fund ,.,-_. .14.00 CIAIr:
.ione-of habit diet.' Mra-J E 880n. mInt v.+i-j )1A.OO TjckEradication' Fund'' .._.;; :'. .14
or ,.., . ; ,
', aaw o"awrar4 w'F -L-Mahle..maln. *' ,; -1-00 Hard' ....__ 1,544.04! - .'.,. .
'Ro.d. 1 "
Surface "
g Calotabs are sold only;in'original, Mm. A Simmons, malnt -...--,' '.ClO< __ ', ,." ....
sealed :'packages price thirty-five Mrs >:M Bronion malnt ,.__.JS (.OO .' being; further'Business" before ' .Jf'i-"'' ,
(.00 'There no fi' !lI
8am".Imont.doc. malnt oJ ,1
k a"a [:center;Recommended and: guaranteed C.O Smith main '_..._..-_.J ."00 the board they adjourned \o ;. ., {An.invjgorahng cp..of rhr: .
ar .fcyn 'druggists everywhere.'_ Your AmeliaKvana,, mama.-r"....*. L PO meet in.',":regular.. sesaion jane.. .'2nd. ( snappy '
money back if_ o\1.renot..delighted: Mrs M Smith malnt ;...-..,.r,-_' 1.00 flavor-'full-bodiedand; (delicious'to''
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r (adv.) / Jcrnlfran. malnt '.0& :
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rf't Mra.JIncy Padgett malntI.OQ.. 668 !J.. proven :.it will cure rule taste < The' r
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to
: u Jan4 Clemento, malnt __*._;i:> 8.00 laria, Chills and Fever/ Bilious Fever very

.,. '" " .. ,, ,.. .. ... .. b. M..8''JanU'A A.WIIaon.Johns,. malnt mint .",asp_..?. !,, i.OOMm t.AO Colds and LaGrlppe.. j It" kills, the "*?. .your"'eolid''table enjoyment' for
: R 0 Ivtrlna-aton,. : __..if Leo parasite that causes the IaY.It U : .
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F ., .,, WA.GI: ..IIJI R, rrank.Kva.na. malnt. _>-....,--_' 1.0t> splendid laxative. --and generalTon. .It'IS part.iof-l e -not-merely ' '- '
H Tllllamalnt .._.__.... .4C.o6 -' '. .
8 ,M- 1'1cClelland..' n>alnt; _-_'"\ *.0e Icy-Ad.( ). ,. ;,c' 'sdinething to drink with ItU: s '
Real Insurance as aHva *aHSSBPi SS sask>ssW
; f Estate: ,and FJ..VoclerL maIn&-- ;; : .eo eWMMS* .
| ; Agency Claud Mary 'Kln H'I't'.l..r..r,-malnt. ''maTnVilllll i. .i-: .; \, I.ee 1.00! .:'liv.hbnld 'be 'the-duty of every livestock Posturh is .bolled''j'" ( ; ', ;. ::cop (
se. ;: .
/ \ Dalla-Colllnarton. malnt ._-_..l I .'4.40 : farmef, .whether he'irra-dairyman ,1,,,':. i t ttec.. ., .

4 .4 'r', C< We have .'>.n selected' list of propertlee'fo'sale, among. which: '' Wktar-Wenner-Sawy.rC0e.and Llibt' for supplies April '.r,? '19.10 11.61 or feeder'.the, to best:produce:; truality-of the largestqnantlty'of feed a' .(Mlle'lS: miiiutes"aEter, boiling:, be-:' I

kare. : aom.'YeIY. attractive Farms' ; Ranches; Orange" Graves, businessibvildings M.Foote Kate A pave.aupplle..' record_._.__books.___..,; ..*Tt.ST.00 at the cheapest'eoat'Win. H.,Black .*, r, ""gins),. :but unlike,coffee "it :s pureand. '
: suid.dwellings all in oso.ola'County; aiact.ea4a proposition O L Bandy, comnrilaslone .....', '80'.41 extension "agentin: husbandry ."
s. ;1 'listed at Its minimum value; some Include.a11 necessary farm equip; w W-'!B' .'C Maklnaon Oro Co. ,,aupt Co->Hea.uPl.>lIe-.___. ,1.1.t..t saysr this ''can 'be;:'done more ..easilyby. ; .:dru g..fr .;. Cbffee; 'drinkingiurisets / i}

?1 _t.W.a1IO'C; ofere exceptional bargains 'Kisshnmee and ,6t: '; fit Cloud Tribune legal. adv,..( 1I.n ralain..ua. crop* and, putting (i., i*. .
: Vatl.. qaaett legal" adv,_'. ''41.1i: them in I4...Uo..JPraetlean-'th. entirehs > : nerves, stomach and u ,
-114 properties'now owned by... nonresidentswho are willing.to' felt+- ,__ ... ; .h _
; Vaney Oa..tt, blinks ,}tieO.c.ola..Hdw..Co.eupplts. 'f> '
can -be saved : Poisturri
by resorting to contains: .
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saerifioavthu, offering,mo excellent opportunity to invest a little' Oaccola Hdw Co, '_.: -. -11.11 S.10 Wo.v. -, *_ .' nothing :: p''

1 Ins capital: .ejfbe .&", by:.the t increase.in,values'1:which-is'sure :.' ,' W I Barber comralulon supplies/ ': +*, "11 1.IIBJ '. .. '""", _'''4'-" '' ' ,- ;, harmful.. 't' l lj

r ..'eomL.u .or write us.', .' O'Qulnn. part payt pafnp 71.00 \ .Habtti4M> CoutIpatlOll'.n4, -r!...... .. "'.. ,
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: sStrout! FArm K 8ln.eltary. lumber .?->__' 11.01MllUr.Jarkwm. "WITH PEPSIN"'.'specially.nreoaredSyrupTocicLaxaUvs At Grocers _' "Two.. Slier : '.
: ,Agency j
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: \ W 'McHae., hire for prisoners ... ; .' ,
t. ? 'I. k b.z 'WAGNBR, Mnnngei XI..) WaaanVka..- 'r.pafr.1,71 ODnatlpatlon.. .It( relieves promptly bat .. ; ,01<' 1\0.\ ..
$ ; ,1 : 1: :;; > C B' BtxkUy. repair. on bridge! 11.43A'T'MeLean should be taken Mfulaity for Ut.-U days Usuallyso4d'atQ'and' ';

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:' . 'h :' THE' KBSIllftflE VALLEY ,GAZETTE. 'FRIDAY. MAY,..,' .lt ... J'AR1t; (
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; : : ARTICLE( "ABOUT DANCING &C. BRINGS our'PROTESTSFRDMMINISTERS '1.i j.indeed they they*iiv.i ,will,;.g.be g sinners'as ::lnconstant, long?

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, J I warfare While against'children<< sin.-are:young' and easily r KIDNEYS, WEAKENING? f' .

led we must lead them in the
r " -LOOK OUT!
: right, way. We must mare' than
:: : AND MOTHERS match the forces of darkness always Kidney. troubles dent 4lppar'..' etthoms.iv.a Tbe housewife, Holland "weoM' 'as.*'

working their ruin.\ Sin is a. fatalto. .. They. crow -.lewlr bat meet as soea be without food as.wit*..

;' ;J. .... .. ; : 'IIi' ,;.. the souMaa leprosy ia to the body, deadly et.adtly eerialnty, d rmUlnafeealth, until yon <*11 a with vlotlm .OBt'her. "Heal Dutch t:>ro ..**'ras' ells
.'- as -contagious: a. measles. and :;as to IncurmtoU disuse queJntly calls- OOtD-MHDAI. head le..
; < MINISTERS : hereditary as tuberculosis, Step your trouble' j wane thane 1* tI..... Oil <:&_,." They. rector' .......1fCa _
.; LOCAL 'PAY THEIR )(months fifteen hundred g li Ande!1Chrlatfan. But on the contrary- as We must keep- them away7 alum .Don't wart until little pains b.oom*. blvteh and are renponelble In a srreat meaavrarT'
'RESPECTS,.T0-!'MODERN DANCE been ruined -in Jacksonville' { _- devoted to the dance,.lnful amusements. It is worse-thanfollyrto **. Don't trill .with' IMLM.. T eavole for the sturdy' rebuts Eealth. oil!...?lkeHollandera. > ,
; futur.'sug.rtng b.gln tr.atmeetwith <
.. t discaision by altensted'from the church
reported they.are.
: -- .- present' .
>> CGnfront'them with tempta, GOLD MEDAL Ha rJ m OU Copul .
t Ettor'Valley;-Gazette.. ]II. .. Board, of Public Instruction, in j land all worthy Christian activity.,,tions they..r. not ) to reslsf., .e now. Take thr. or four awry. Do not'41.1.". O.--te roar tnrttit mm" > .
.t f ,''A fewyears -go there appeared apamphlet Arcadia has.aaimllar: foundation. In jOur, Lord said in Mat. 'nb 'chapand Of course we should prepared>teach them' not .,=dYnsoUl,.you ....' entirely tree. tram ,...Iet on. his eupplrtnv.yen with OMR1XAL. > .,)>
;discussing the matter'.a' few days)1 verse 20 Wherefore! by their fruits Haarlem. Oil !-:apeul.Tak.
with large 'number of : to Nature ,
over est. h.lpa'ulhere. This w lllinown preparation bus bnonof them ae'direei.d aD" If you are not
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which used'-in an.editor' in .Arcadia; ..iclf "The'waiters shall know them.j . _. .. .
Biblejquotation were; ago ye The .folly of overeating 'is' soon tb a.tional'ramedt.sr) of aliened with reeult your dru. will
s : an attempt'to, : justify the' saloon by { hugging set to' muMe.1-. Only I Ila.t ]' It'is.tnI ace {the;writer of .last1weekwfl parent/The ,lav of' the land help'ap land far cnturl. In I4 Ibs |to,,:: : Gladly refund >our mon.,. Look for
I p meat .of. the ,1'I.'h..l.nda n-ranttd a.r..elsl.wrl.r the.Mame'OOU> UEDAU- the boa' aand
Scripture teaching. .This prostitution week;.the Juvenile Protective ..A..odation' .-:|j tb.'dauae' from our,;U' guard ,.pin.t-drunkennee... autfiarlalna- prpara! accept no..tberi In sal.doses.on
of the Scripture. evidently'by one. wail snaking strenuous .efforts -,(Lord's lnfiuencefeund''' rule'for.''Tbe toUr of card playbtlf 'and danc' flea and sal. > three .1.! ... i' ;
''+ who did not knowthat any product: ..to' close 'certain dance ,houses" ,?Christian,, in, l.Cor.8th. lnc b.'Dot ao-- easily ...n.- -Many nil .. ... ...... ,..".......,wwARRR\\ \ \. t
'' '' in Tampa... 'and'veriee, to'lSiTAnd. ,
of th.'vin.IL calledwine- In:' the; j chap ,. them "innocent amusements?' "to long "
Scripture- ii'drled;; era el.ar'rai..Jinl ; ;*, Since ploneer-dsys-iiaiKing-has-1,.throughtheir, .knowledge_shs.H _thy -as'thecompanygatheredtogether4sorderly '
r know thorn.,' tbeen .well nigh universal. hi Calif-;weak 'brother'' periehforwhomChiret,- ',. "'
a* we | and pleasant' to, the siitht. \jli
+ J' In" the "lame manner>>the writer.oflait nia.* And the state* has an' unenvla--;;,die!"' But when ye 180 ._In againsttb Those who later"on play for profit: SUMMER 'SCHOOL SESSION ,
hI. refutationfor! sensuality. Because <: brethren,. and wound their weak I
week evenTubes g clause front ;; ,, : fall from the temptations -danc' -
.or-
y .'our' Lord's prayer Advocates of j t of' Ic. d.ls. jn 'a certain Call'jfornla -.''conscience.ye. sin against Christ. ine' are quite differentpeoplerChor;, -> STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN; :

w modern dancing do 'nGt hesitate: to.j .city the school bo.rd'recently ,.Wherefore if meat 'make' my brother' rible! moral lepers/// The harvest ,. . "' ::6i" r 4 4On
made searching'' which to offend. will eat flesh while. ;- _,.
attempt; to justify the custom by I a : investigation, no .''however of- the seeds enjoyne 4q
Scripture''references. But the most disclosed that seventy-five per' 'cent;:'the world'' standeth, lost 1 ,make my 'innocent amusetAcnt.? .sown, .iu...'. 16.. li>19, the" Summer munx-icos't! for ,comfortable living' :IF. .'

l I casual '.examination of' Bible[ references of the high school boys' 'and' ;girls' 'brother, to offend.".. .';'heee two.pa..i How do we 'know the'iltrena'tb of School for. both men *pd women will i I Life at, the College is enjoyable.; x ;-..,
to 'dancinir will show that thexe.1ever. .were living in adultrjr, : _. :!sages Studied together. ,.,,will help -us,'ourGwn, fair children T :Let us. not; open at:"the State-College for Womenin 'The climate is 'good boarding accom- "!, '
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Now thereare m.ny'J ura'mJrided"ple ,.to understand ...h.t.' :Le44 not.'into '' .
,c danced together -" Further.theBible .' l . expos -them to' moral dangers' anymore Tallahassee.. Courses of study and modatlons all one could ask; and the +1" 'to
Oriental"book, who attend 'the dance. ,But ltemptation-m ans.v' **" -
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rt an than we would to fatalconta- review will. be conducted 'In all the,. association 'wltlt-.o teachers'of'
.And Orientalcustoms even of 'today;the Impso. .wd Ute M tOtt3A'Yf} !;tr VTrfleraiaecidincr: :ideations. of priAns diseases.' Let us'dress them subjects required for the .variouseertiflcajes the State is a benefit many to:,.aU'' who. at-" -\' ',
410' not -perml .'any' mingling"-of, the !always regular, attendant And the :' doubtful conduct is fbund 'f'n' PhiL decently.. properly chaperone them to ; first and second grade, : tend the summer sessionNeither"* ;
exes prior) to man-lag's.' The-parents most ;fearful indictment against the 4th chap,' aDd 8th, -verses "Finally amusementsunmlxed: with tempta- state primary and state certificates', need
men nor .women seek place
;arrang.--the man-lag and' In many dance is. that It submits pure and brethren,whatsoever. things tire true,", tion. ;There they will have the Joy of. for high school In' addition to these that offers more than does any.the Col-1 rs

cases the* bridegroom does. not even unsuspecting- *, during the 'adolescent -;;whatsoever' things are honest :'what living-joy that JInot:: turn to' bit- studies?there will ,be special courses ,Ieee,for,Women. Is it not the pr vi'., 6
ass the'bride until after-the wedding .period-which i J. the danger soever things are Just, :whatsoever terness. '' " ; offered-in. order to. give the public legs of. the teachers of ..Florida' to
ceremony When"the1 Oriental _woman -, period of their' lives; to,the embrace things are pure.whatsoeverthings Let< UK watrb.Gv.-thfim in loving school teachers an '' .opportunity{ to avail themselves of the advantages
a'O"out "she" ts..heavily veiled I and, influence of such ,people. " Jare! lovely,
ao"that she. may ,not be. seen.,*..But A 'j;:converted dancing:master, and :,good report;> if there be anv virtue. them Into the-jrorld strong and healthy credits.. The professionalcourses, in For detailed information write 'tea _ _
". \aeonyree qpt fashionable' dress'' makes, ex-president of:V the .Pacific Dancing,;and, If '4here"b.' "any. pral.' ".,",think'onthese -in body.,'well instructed in mind, drawing, methods, industrial arts PRESIDENT .CONRADI
; .criminal 'exposure' : ef" the women..Masters''. ..Associationrecently: .w said things. i+'and well prepared, soul'to;;quickly physical training, and sight. singing: State EDWARD .
for Tallahas-
# !t 'And in .this' may be found the cause':'(,that a ,man' young'i woman .;;, (ISirn.d'' .;rdet .. ? _
.' 'for, -alarming increase of "defe-jin'his arms,for- I.p, as 'In the ,_.:M 1NI8TERIAL.AS.90CTATION. "-==A Baptist Mother.-" ,Economies=Department offers I \
r t -' r tlon..during-"the- adolescent-:':-period Urjce) ,.\bosoms-nearly'jtouchln8r; rrri1- By the Scretary..:' r : excellent opportunities ..for-persons .

:, uricending increase of:,,breath mingling ..who does1 not 'have AN APPEAL TQ PARENTS. desiring that line of work.- Besides t SRtOUS"RROR[ /! IN' KISSIMtttt ,
'- 'a cialvim O.t vir'wTwo *-. impurethoughts land suggestions is '. MORE ABOUT DANCING,: ETC. l Editor regular work -In domestic. science and ;
,. ;. of the modern 'origln-j, r.ot a man. ,And...,hen we add to Editor Valle/ Gazette:: Valley 'Gaiette: art there are training' courses for t

L atedln brothels, ODe in the red.Jisrhtdistrictof this the later stylesvof' .drew the As long''I.. the World lasts an article J As a mother. I feel moved tv respond -: teachers and county.agents.. 'The Klsslmmee'. People"WIll Do W.U'T.' : .t s

New Orleans and the <*h- evil is.intensified.. V for, dancing Twill call. for 'argu- to the article In your paper" of business' department Offers-T splendid Profit by the Following;:
i -,t' ejr .In' 'San' .Francl co. "It I.* a wellknown ]I We' are told by the friends of dancing menta agaiast.lt. >J.' May'A 23rd on "Dancing, Etc, signed "- courses In stenography, 'typewriting Many fatal cases of kidney diseaseM

'. The, of-ill;; ,that the dance into be reformed. Probably so.longsinning souls will,, Member'of the Motben"Club. and bookkeeping.The have reached an. incurable stage because -' *i'
: ." ...rlie ,, And this-is a positive confession ofits. cry in protest, Am >I my brother' I am not a member of the Mothers'club i. "faculty is''made: up of men .the'patient did not' undel'ltADd.ymptom. ,
I but I feel thatsaid
+ ', hours being' spent in .dancing'' preparatory ,:. evils.. For 'over .twenty years the keeper We hope just so' long'cannot sure article and women of the very best education the .. Even today in Kit; f-'
'r to, debauchery. for the advocates of the, saloon attempted toj.J{j saved souls' will pray, "Lead us not be entirely satisfactory tote and training besides, they are I immee there are residents "
I real mother many
1 ., c + 'remainder the' night. reform it and lessen its., evils by j(into temptation." Consequently, 'let ganization. membership, 01. .that or familiar with Florida 'conditions so making the same serious error-They... t
' ; '' Several the New York regulative laws. But to It that they enter* their'work in full
i years ago *..dying day lug not be stumbling block. %f "How realize their' attribute their mysterious ache*'and
j police department created a convm's- ; the evils of the saloon' ware never}I Are our children pure? Are .they responsibility many to parents God for the sympathy with the aspiring teachers pains to overwork .or". worry per

; Non to investigate the cause of mitigated And -.like fate awaits not born in sin T The more developedtl1ey in their care? That these children children from the towns'and country sectionsof hap., when all the time tb.ir..;! .u..< a .
[ ': crime. Among other things that those} who fondly hope to remove become, do we not see more and'must be trained the state. matte pains,, backache and -bladder
w . commission investigated the cases of the evils of familiarity between the >more their natural love for sin TI life' and the life by them for this The privileges of the state law in irregularities ;are most' probably,'due .. i

,, ten thousand fallen- 'women, eight ;'sexes'.in. the ball room. I j I True, we teach them to do right and measuring- beyond Are we providing for extension of certificates to weak and ailing kidneys. If you ;
:{ thousand.flve"hundred of these testi All truly Protestant ,churches 'con restrain them but do. we always find in this matter up tf/ Our* responsibility upon-conditions of regular attendance are ill, if your kidneys-are out of. ....

; fied' that' they,went to ruin because demn the dance because'of its blighting .;them apt pupils No. They are I Mothers are living close to .and systematic study, will der, profit by this Klsslmmee rest
.of attendance at dance houses inheritance at- and you so ,, be in force as in preceding summer dent's -
't influence-upon purity and the religious sinners by first your dapghtersthat be ( experience :
rt + Dancing is a common'.form- of entertalnnwnv I life. And there is yet to be bv choice as soon as they are capa ( f their confidence !in you all can things T sure Or icssions.the business There is no tuition where exceptin I. M, Cosner retired.;farmer, 609
; ( for .our"soldiers. A found devotee of the'dance who is ble of choosing. Then they are lost are children department a Mabbette St., says: "I feel Justified:
your seeking
i iw wa-1 1R' .-.1 prayer-meeting .1rin.. .. until, vi bv Then infprma- small fee is required. All hoarding' in recommendation "'
'i mnrt_ worker testified' .that rec eoiritm1 r nnv ifac" Lion concerning the vital things of expenses: are reduced to the' mini- giving my .,,
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Ill ,, .., j4'My, mother is the last one I 'would are represented.' I weed them
il : , -. ,.ask! ?" 'Are all mothers "chums" Immense shipments, of foodstuffs for kidney complaint1' and backache
; 1'# : .. with their girls, making little have been going to,Europe. If from and .have' been greatly; benefited by l ,

., . .interest of the child's, theirs every also any cause, the extraordinary foreign them. I am glad offs opportunity

-, ... .. I If-so they can be sure of their confidence demand for American meats and to. give this endorsement.- (State, ,
.. : t.., .. '; .. I and the f.th.r'who is "real- breadstuff. should drop off look out ment given Februa '22. 1911.)
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.. .Ipal" to his for a drop in the price of livestock I On March 26, lill8, Mr.Cosner said:
; - T < '" a Thar9 We do prey "Lead us not into am Just as firm in my belief.of
k" ", are now on a high level and if the Doan's Kidney pm.now as when',1endGned ,.
., -: ?; bitey folk Thar' flat uninterestin9 temptation,, and'close our eyes to fall
: folk An' our., child's peril and 'let them drift world' demand should off, enlarged them before. They gave me

: k' then thair, folk like Velvet-mild f. but ,.hearty-an'; I into' All It.thoughtful:mothers, who have' would create production.a '.urplu.in this that country soon;absolute eontlnu..to'recommend.t relief at that time. and I r

would bring down prices here. I Price 60c., at an dealen.Don't '
learned
., .,r .L ., 'fren'ly. ., t". ." > (I(which only by experience that teacher many can lessons teach. quickly Constipation {"simply .Kidney'Pills-ihe.k,for a kidney remedy-getIDoan'a c' '
666. relieves .that
f same
know human nature.Our and
< :.\2"I; ; : boys Biliousness Lowof and Mr.'Cosner had.-" Foster-Mllbunt Co.
I,girlscannot .understand of. Appetite ,
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.. .' ; ;'. .. .these things.! But all are full many of.life Headaches' due to Torpid Liver.-adr. Mfers.. Buffalo. N.- Y. V- '

t. .. .. \'. i\\ .-J. .. J,and must have an .outlet I for their -
t. '" .. .. natural energy "
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.. ... Kissimmee has an'. army of bright

>--fe\" promising young people, who., If led
-y v. ...... in the right direction for a few 1RIGLE'i1IIIpfaaa
IJ &rA-i . y-tars !
5 >t>.ik -;. ..* - may' be a power In the world to
; make It better" What safe amusements
: ..
are we ,ai parents,, providing
for these young people in. our homes
and in the' community. *
,
The writer of the article referred: :

..,. to .
d Yp tj n' states "Unfortunately; some peo- I
pie can only see the sensual and sexual p ,
in- dancing] '. and with impure

minds .dancing does degenerate into .,.).
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a --vice. 5"\

Dear''mothers, those elements "of i ),
.
,. .
'"? ..f evil pre there,.in the dance,* Perhaps 4
:r" < not+in-"y u.cblld:oI"-JI'lnebut''WitlJ
; ;,
-I.
'fi < ,;v' .;.. your knowledge i of life; can you be long-lasting bars '
.1 'I' sure of; the thoughts and motives of ,
fw alt with whom;your loved ones come : '
'r* *: In,contact : Any!, intelligent person In each package..

\ THE' knows,' that,,the ,physical contact of _

: the present style 'dancin<" will. not
.; hare a tendency lead a mind onto -' '
; FRIENDLY hlghev.: plane.' There1 i is "noting : ;TbebLgeSt.; .

; .' : I beneficial in the dance' beyond'a eul. n.,
r tiyatlonof; bodily grace and no('one

,, : 67 'Tq t can.say that it. has ever' helped in value :in; .

It ::1 ate" .r> I the the-partjcipant upbuilding;' of character. physically or, much bene .
t
. .... ..,:.:1.:: \ leu spiritually which should beloremo.t refreshmentyou t
.f' .., .
....., ,. in minds '
our- al''parents '
; )! .< "Friendly '' .is '. word. : We ".AI'., Brother'' { :
\ a very good to describe:' the our Keeper, can
{ I" I' :possibly '
" and. "If meat; caae, our brother 'to

. positively pleasingquality. !'"that set$ VELVETtobacco .. : offend, we should eat no,more meat." ': '
'---. <:; apart ; >- .: .."' :. The ninety and nine may'be, safe,
; ( buy.. '
but ,we must not forget the th.r"one" it i
.
' .1 ;o ':There'is that' indescribable sometliing"about I "' .. ,
If I VELVET, , 'Y' 'The professing Christian "mother; ,- ,

' :f """ : : ;:-associated=: inen'it'fnnrl: '. writh: the: thought who shuts her eyes to her' responsibility
'
( "' tflSi to God ; and is .. ..
,, of J 1IJuriJIng'"tomake .. '
; en"h : .
yrd
.- a sacrifice of this pleasure' A BENEFIT to teeth i

,' , :It is a'satisfy ing smoke neverliars1i'vithoufa'bite.:, any'other- for the- sakeof the weaker : -,. 'oj
+ ;; ; Gne.'baa a: terrible responsibility.- i' i

,? '::. Like ,a' friend:'it' "agrees" with'"you, :no. matter bow. { ;: ..are' watched, and when >some, of-ns, {; tfreath. appetite and 1 a." .,
'to,.Influence, -loved'', to ,
"
try our
-... ''lDucb'you'use' it. J : ;- ones I ,, I" w
.' .' 1 choose more beneficial amusements, i" f r,4f f ttiD11.r. 4f' .'

r, . *? L : ''' : "Lng' patient ageing in we-'are'cited. this and that "church. '' ". *"Sf :r' "
-
.., number" ,:who-"goes.and who participates '
'-p. *' .. ,. ..wooden bogsheads>does it., 77 in 'that"amusement-herself; ' The: price 'Is 5'cents. t,
\
; ,, How dare,,we as Christian try tq . ,
-e w
'r+,. :>. ..{. .-,;.";;<. ;iFriendship iinust'ripenu; ,: !, juitifyour.: act.'thoua'de.lre.' for' r r i ii

:.;;, b; \\ ,. . ., :,:t,,; .; ". tlowlyGood"tobacco:: the, ., w, socialposition orany' other' .motive;. ,
. Our boys and girls are..\womb' any ; i
) ,' I '
; 0 '- : ":' 'came way.'An, army. e ,i .j sacrifice "' ,;
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t .
' . . 4 '.,.: men have learned'_.. .tbistbrouerh l' tIf."j. Do not'criticisiiyour-school:: faculty ...: .
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children J' '
. for giving your sd vice along ; :
+ .: _... ':: 'VELVET. .
"'" ., : -. ,_=s_ > these.lines.. You have '. employed themto .I'c"v, -
-.c.: - .
; ; '.: T daYJa.g Odlm: tog t;: ,teach. 'your children,and; then allow The ; .:1 l' .
,
'f'' ' ... T your youngpeople to be' outlate,1 ':
....<,.. Tt,;.' ; _: 0 '. :r..?a. lot of comfort out of ?a. three four and five nights each t '

.,... :f.---. ,.. .1. : : tJ WIt.' .Their minds are either occupied .rt 114 ''"
.pipcfwoffricnd1"VELuETo
fl.' 1-, $xX3lA ,-, .with anticipation and plans for .' / Flauor : ,\
\ {;:. : : : each event< or. recollection of tt,(nc1 .
:i'< .t more-or:less physical exh .tlon afterward
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: ; -They cannot and if
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\ ,"J. '.' ' ... .. r.'cs.-- they. fail to"make good" the teacher ."...
;.., ".:' : : :: ,. :: ,, r- "" Ie.blamed.- Lasts
et.
' : L' : ,RoilaVELVETClgartt -- ''. .It is up to'the p. and ChristIan -
Iv. '
.. "element- 'Klssimine to provide
-If1.. .- \ .' y ",'' JScH I. clean,,:.uplifting; healthful 'pleasure' vslNrfO 'f

'I. . VI1VEr..f.f: JtfIIrtN .; ; for their young: 'people.*, :> / r .e i
.u gj_ wJ.t"'C; w; 4 } .Let! every'father and mother go in.
-"f'' :..... 'j..c yfgks tN. ; ; n ', 4 to; .this ;matter 'with and soul 'f
,_ .. -'-...... .... ,'...; j-.. ,,__ .. heart greateei.et
.. for dear child is
: rh', .1'.011 '" ... -. '''_ qnr your -.
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-' iJ"! ,. "3L -_" Jr' '''' *t and should not be: housht.for
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: Tt'C"* ,, THE 1 aUSSIMMEE VALLEY.,GAZETTE. FRIDAY.. MAT'' 30,.1919i '

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CENTENARY:: > i nowi looiti' as If Germany hat j I This section may bamatoea eh pping'to'r': .
USSIMMEErVALLEY iAZETTEr.rlr. : within .week"". .
The Walme,, in the TreetopS F QUOTA been thoroughly spanked yet.SEASONABLE
. .........' -- -. -- "
f -:: .PabIaLN:. B..r". : I ''The: Xilll : : OOO.OOOOO.OOOOOOO..OO.OOO.O.O.O..O..O.OOOO..
t 4n, 'Ji r KI"' __ vaiir Va..It. c..P.., No;$18. pal church .
t ...__ Klrl a,. The action of out" city council in Centenary I : ;
remitting "thr'kack taxes on" the general ? :
GOODS
Fw. J.Y..\ H. Itmrrtm, rr....**. ,(Grays tone' hotel was feelfbrating *
1 I B. Q. V... Aa.*w, geereearyt The aituation was unfortunate, and their seven, ,
l'M1 7werL... _' N*. It1t similar conditions 'will probably: newer I I It had
It. f. two hours 'of .; -- .
wee a
again.
), On. Copy. a.r.erttt.a' On. Year-j .H._._'_._*_.__.--*...A. good.occur business, but should,stroka-o ',trAnlz lon \ : .. .AT.-'
y On.' Copy,. W Ix Months..,.,,--,,: 1.00 considered as establishing, -'with its qu ; -
On. Oopy. ,Thr.. ..Month..*...... ..*0 en" returns of' '
.
, -, . ,. I PRICES
pleasant : RIGHT
i from our' ; ,
"' Jithorlatd eom"unle.ilona corrt$pona except nt mu. .tHufecfti .", be 1, The Watcher Is gettingexcited ,when :
Sai&'Jrfil' over the possibilities of a. park ,near street 'ealled ) (
t'." ; not b. reit.rn.fl. the" passenger elation.. Dear Old !one by one $ .
CJs 'antesu*" called for. tEntered r',Kisiimmee could not' have no better el) *te .rtnprt. ) '' -
< In lhePoatoffeeatKl..lm- advertisement fhan a dainty park of.tabulated on + -' W* Lave is stock a full line of SetiontWe Coodi, inch a-- .
-. 4 VI_**,' k'lorida'a. .fcond-cl mattr.)1, tropical 'beauty. right at the city'a;! then '*
front"door"where everybody Scan: see,the grand "
It. Imagine'our winter visitors from Of this1'' .Porch Rockers.. Pofch Swings .
.
i the snow-rift stateswho have just bers' and 3.
left 'steen degrees blow aero getting:, week of, Porch Sets Porch Shades .. 'TrHl1ks' ,Jr.
; '
I la glimpse: of our park full of'palms Ladies -
,, eucalyptus and camphor trees, whole pledged Cream F
'and all aflame withrosea poinsettias, school $744 l Bags Ice eezers'f' ,

f JR hibiscus bignoniaa and other winter- League! $125.These ( ". ....
r a Wist not I Fireless Cookers, Etc., A .; "'
R -; p blooming beauties ye ] '
.
I II : .
'* they will surrender annual, : : : '
: brethren that .live -' r
F I without a struggle, and stay right month after \. "' wbie6'we ar'*- feriDK( at very reasonable prices. .W* are ., +
here with us and 'live happy ever .wise \ : "
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'
1 t gsTAtf PRE55Pr I'afterwards Aa an advertisement it H. C. : : also agents.for ': ..... t'Pattie
; r has the National Air Terminal' beata I urer' of the { -

mile., . ; and the mone: ,, .. Phonographs and Records';: ', : ,
directly *
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;t;.4.4w I A member: of the Mothers' club Practically (:!i 1
FRIDAY MAY 30, 1919 has declared in favor of dancing : '
recently and child
_ Come in'and let us sLow yea '. ); .
Ball as a "spontaneous expression of, ords .. ,> I
V Fait Base f--I":
The Klssimmee joy" for our young people. She'''ad ful success j .-
.'' II team i ia out after the bacon this year. mits that under 'some conditions many of the '
'dancing: does degenerate into vice," amounts In : -

,: ; The antics of that airship Wednesday and then mentions another condition,viduals were C. '// pRANTI-Lf&1 :St: \
'would lead one to believe that that has never obtained in the worldand.11ever general I ; : ,

i; ,endowed- ..wit.h.-Charmed _.andconcludea-that-..%(|S.--or-check._ \ r"
1 _flyera were
such a state dancing would be all desired to -
a s . oo ooooooO.O OtO'JOO' oo
d liTes" right.. Well "Mother," let ua come ||I Mr. .,

' right down U earth and take the ,,thanks to :: -- - -__ -- -- ', trr
' a ;' The Salvation Army has taken for.youth of our land as we find them.I,I their r' }
: Its motto: "A man may be down They are dear to us beyond our power -,tie support c i I '1v r
That's the to exprell8. but their feet. are ,Hodnett.
but lie is never out. ' ,
walking in untried paths' and. they j tended, the SUMMER SHOES
'wy right Idea. are very liable to; error: Older persons -Ito Mr. I :
a i
;
must warn them when '- .nger wav he had 'I i : ,
' Lost, strayed or stolen; one bathIng is near. We would not give a copper The pledge .
, dock and amusement pavilion, penny for a young person who is I from a church .- --
once located on the shores of East not. susceptible to'sex appeal, for it, a credit to I For We '
;, Have
9 is a God-given impulse. It is like the .
, Lake Tohopekaliga. fire useful in its place but very destructive highly of the I r
if it gets beyond 'control. members and
i m From the present tendency of the It is madness to scatter firebrands their friend I Them h
' state law it is likely' that Florida in compustible stuff. Trustworthy Men

will have mighty few dogs by the publicists consider the dance as one CARD
of the most alluring and dangerous I take this ,
time "dog days" arrive.A in'the
enticements that the young have to ,heartfelt f
face. Under the most favorable 'con and neighbors j <
new use has'been found for corn Women
ditions it has a downward drag, and sisted me in --.--- '
:' cobs, for chemists have discovered, while it is true that some have passed death of my Est-WT
\
yr. that practically the entire jojcanbe_ th.rpughits-l -temptations- _ne.rly- u f
;'- rironverte ir into crystalline glucose. unscratched, the record shows that I
thousands have been overwhelmed.It I
. What Is to become of the corn cob and and -
is reflection
the
a upon Intelligence -
tw pipe enthusiasts ? and versatility of- our youth I -
to aav that the dance is necessary 11:00- I
Kisiimmee has been designated asan for their enjoyment of life for it i.a is 12.00- '
1' U. S. Army; Air Service station. matter of common knowledge that 7:1S--Y.: P. Children : Latest Style ;
t1 holor multiplied thousands of the brightestand 8:30: .
It Is conferred upon'only
an
happiest of them never indulgein Prayer me
t I one. other city in Florida-Daytona. this dangerous amusement. The evening at : OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOU '
r It is now up to the people here to. Watcher hopes that parents-will be day. .

' ; -meet the requirements.Th more careful In the :future than in Junior C. ? .
the past, to see that their children'sfeet FRED S. GILBERT 11I
are kept in the nnths of known p.10.Yung .
& M. E. Church here went over safety.: Won't this "Member of theMotherslub" I __ _ __ __ __ Il ;, I

1 t the. top in the Missionary Centenary heloT I second _. .., ,
t drive,.for its quota of $8,000 in less. C. W. B. ---

than three hourswork, which speaks I'S HOME GROWN FRUITS AND I in each month.Chllreh .dr'S: :: ;i )

well for the organization of its work. VEGETABLES. __ As Our Sales Were.,So Satisfactory Last Saturday -
consecration..
j, pt p i era as well aa for their afternoon ,

'' t" The ground was broken this week "Growing 'Fru--for' Home' Use": 1.1 services.Yon 'are ( We Will Continue! the Same. :-" .

'" ... for the city park 'adjoining the A. C. the title of Farmers' Bulletin No. Jl-tf. .. . . ..' '7 ,.j .,l ,
.
L. passenger.'depot.; Kissimmee ,has 1001, and the "City Home Carden"laNo. I' .'.' Thing 'Th.IS W ee k. .'., {:. ; ..;, ; ij
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1044: \ ; "" .'.\ .
of..tbe".am. aeries anti ._ 1'
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joined the .:fast-growing'liet.of FlorIda AMAZING ..,>I". ; " :
F cities that realize beautifying both are sent free by _Jhe U. S. Department FINANCE. :

ti tcnrnJa'il"one 'of the essentials. of j of Agriculture, 'Washington Oil will take another big jump next month. Bring' 'in

s D. C. An amazing 5 and get them filled on old prices.
; cans
y growth! your empty
in which the
'I splendid--1 It ia -never too late to do'things, Rider
,home band say the'State Marketing Bureau,
r'' The, played a which a new ,
,, concert at St. Cloud Sunday, which,,lv and, it will be well for Florida town pass and in SA TURD A y SPECIALS:

judging.from'; the applause, was ,and farm dwellers to fet these' bulletins through the : ,

:, ,. thoroughly-*appreciated. Kissimmee ,IL study them and apply the in- who joins the ; : _FOR__.CASH ONLY
tense realism -- -40' +
,+ 'r tt> od.bAn, ,,'s ny--towa: -;: n t Jom ti(>ri:!:whenri5ettime' : .._..comes .It Mask -the:. (granulated- "r Sugar, lie lb $1,00; Worth .to a, Customer-

thia. part'of[the state'and. ,don't' carewho'knows was the poet Whittier,- .wboadd: will '''be teen ,
i, : ,, it.;. I"What la: really rnomentuous ..and'all on I' Meal and Grit, Sc Ib; JO Poundif to a:: Customer,

"r -" "' important ..with lIr 4e the' present" .by her The picture i Pork and Beans, No. -2 can, 2 for,25cTNo ..> ,
t: "Klssimmee-- has:,been''deslp'ated which the 'future is shaped and colored. strongest ,

v ..,'an 'official lndin&.place"for'tbe, I ." ,..,, -r .::; ".' ?' displaying prises : 2 Tomatoes 2 cans for 25c, :

'aerial'mail'service: by the '& ] I The bulletina give the-'wi 'o# fruit I the saddle_as. : BUTTER: Clover Bloom 68c'Maple.Leat,68c"FLOUR. ;

'tint: : :the Kissimmee, "O'Yem-1]and vegetable '.,' Both story was .
1 says gardens' are <. ------------:- -
' 1 Gazette,witch goes ,on' to;.. !well illustrated >with pictures, and Chambers" ,.. /Tan pink Salmon can .A..__. ',20

w the1":;, dealgnatlon'carries ."wIth...it: 'the 'show' most' 'conclusively) how' ,they',Can man Terrisa'e ' ,< ,' ) Maal..2.rb' : sack..T-,1.75: Dark 'Bed Salmoncan ._.,_;. .80

'' r' ;* Inquiry'. to equipment: 'Jt i. likely,be: made "-to. contribute substantially .RIsIn :zTtb- sack .._-1.75. : Chilai, Con Carne ......,___.; :..12.Wilbe t
,' l-, that' the public -spirited men 'of the to, the-health; comfort, pleasure' and piles )"'. Dutch ,Cocoa, 2b..__ .
'II DncgUt ntaad : Flour, p.r Ibr::.;-----"";".7V4{ 'Corn' ''
place for : : .i'1.25
? will'be. able to;secure'a'proper'prosperity of>the :average family- tcor* ......... : Flakes;Jt ';-.-'' y
-i r Florida ia an 'agricultural state, iMWntlT nllme* I :Pancake'Flour/ >A .:-::. .15; Poet,Toastle;.2. for ..::._:'_ a'.2b,.

i, << .: :' ''with./ -l one of.the forty-eight atatea in,aVUniotf nfttmi siee., after ',, Meal-7 o..,.._i.__-, ,28 .Shreaded .Wheat, ]))11:&...._...', .14.

u1 '> planes"nowadays is had when'either1getting i Tof States,' just now:.the; bread, I Eye Peas, tb.' 8c, 8 for' .25 Picnic;Ham;'tt -...-. -r.:.,sz.

y g away: or landing, and; A, large)1 basket of,Europe.' .Jt[ Ja- good platt ; 4 )',.Beana2 'Iba.1 ____ .25 Sliced J'Ham, Ib ..__..:..:... J50' y

field, fairly weUMve1ed seemr'al-.- ,know :aomething." iof, -,agriculture, f; ..Beans,,Ib..16c.-, for.. .25 No.,10''Snowdrift.x,2.40' ;: ; '

;, :'mo.t'neoessarytli: ,, order 'to"? get safe I ands: .:good', place. .to..
? landing- and atartaTimesUnlon.. . ; garden I' t : .& Prunes, Ib1..--.-__.- ..26 2.Qt.Fruit;; ; Jan 'doa.-_._;..UO "

.' the : Thing :;in 'the ''world .ia:in. 'a; bad .."Coffee,. Ib" =: .-.,i; 0 .1.QL''Fruit.: Jars, doc.;,;.-....:.;1.15 +

q'' *.vS.'B.: Aultman .is .. owner' .cf,.a way: In theory the.war.Ii .over, but I House, Coffee, lb''_..... .45 ;I Pt.. Fruit ,.J_i ...'..i.-. ..86DRUGS '
little-patch"! of :potatoes near Kisalmmee In fact the'world atilt la >unbalancedby ": Coffee; lb ". _.-.i- .45 : rl? :

r =, from which. ;he' 'expects:' "101 I fighting over :wide, anal, by disorders Tomatoea; ,' can lOc, 8 for .25 Turpentine ; pw bottl*' ...... ;,10

ttI's tbakd'enongh'money lto, buy not one by strikes by.bolsheviamV and ; .- Z' :Tomatoes.2;: for..i..j; .25 Camphor,per bottle.,....-..: '.25- ,
1 Out: two :Ford can, and, maybe, a various:other'kinds of deviltry, 'The ',. Cantons ,
> ,:>per-ftottle ..........:.._ij.14 per bottle__;i_, .80
tractor that .will.plough the'land fox(good old JJf.SA: iaabontha.'only.; :) l .. 'Oil, gallon ........ .17, ,Sulphur, per.:''pk<<.. .__..._.".05
; next )'ear'a crop. So "much .money!:placid. party of! the. earth, and even : i : Epsom'' Salt _. T.05 ,
j ; .. read; spool' .........>...., .05 ; per pkg .,-
"' ,""t, ,tag;been made:on Florida.farme the here some rumblings are heard. ." 2 Peas,:best ;_'...._...."' ;16'' ,Vaaelin/*. bottle,. _,....;>.' .05.
': :;" pad'year that bankse had to putvtojextr I I i Certainly the.signs do not .IHPDt,tocEeaper the. ; + : : ,; :, MachlDe< "
"*__ ; : 2, Corn:;.. "':; _2;=:i.,_:'.- W. T.16 per-bottlfc -i ;,2 -
.' safea to. hoJd-the' money food ver.eoon.' ''A good'gar ;: ,-heavy Syrup _.-__.., '.2' Sweet Oil per bottle ?..__._ ,;,14'

f} W 'while' the ,. guar& at.the banks' lIa..1 idea will help'even in- 'times' of.peace, -K- {: A.9",". .California ._. _..... .85 Carbolic Add;(per U? >ttl 1._.:.:_. :.14 I t
?
'.dollb1ecL-AJWachle9Ia Tunes i and It's to be tllne'beforethe ? .'
; ; going aome s, heavy' syrup ..'-... .82 Sweet Sprta Niter bottle.. 44. ,..
""- : :. 70 world "reaches. normal 1 conditions.aiwtiimjsts :: .
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f.4 ...4J b.ho'; wrota_ ;'the' article in "p1annlnKto .. j :[Pumpkin, ''No":.,, 8........ '.18 Oats, '100 Iba. ___;,'__:._-__..' .35.
lo' ; are i now:"" r' ut- No., 8v--:; ;.:.:.._...:... .18 Corn, '100 lbs. __,-T..kjj,'4.00 "
r '' ;: ': svrvek'p' has! Gazette ".About) ;'iDancing; ;'drys::sip": -the worldrTandUhat.wHlprovide :: : ': i : .Flak i;' can -.?. ....; .10, ,Short, _Beat, 100 Ibs. ._:_,,:_, 8.40
'evidently,, "startedsome :., .
; 1 > : Jobfor! all the hangera-on \ ''
t ; Picklea, bottla\i. ___ ,,,44 Velvet Bea""H, 1MCottou' lba.2.9S;,: :
; isg".wMchgh. probablY'-didll't the'rehhlnderof '-
w d 1: ; an. and professionalsfor! 4 Mustard, bottle .... .14 Seed ,Meal, 14%( ___:.; ''
'. ,. tlefpate4indw..uspecfthere, ; will be their1 lives provided the Sunday te J : i ,2.15
-' ; )"*. .Dressing \_' ....... .1+ '$.et .Pulp ;. -..,...._: -..__ i':
of the .Ga- .
'ipore>Ileta1a:: unalteriblro to the school children": bring'tbe':cents ,,and nth Premier jL.____. .88 ,}!g. L! !-.,"--_;;.;.___.., '
nickels usual Insure
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i ...i.ziedrb'dantind >eUe"rtbftrtf iiaTi mafen '"-o r"' 77"" --the_ ; .-Jams;3eott1o ----a: Oyster::!Shill;; ::100 Iba: ,_--..,,,1.60Chlcken

s lt ,>. "food; : n :Jellies. ;'Tumblers ....... .14 :.Grit, CIOl,:Iba. ...___..:'\il.75'< "'
i;} 't latay ;to argument ipVas.oft Good I Let's keep the kiddies hustling : :' ;
.. : :: ''At. the, aame; time we'tlssila.that for 'pennies',, and nickels., It is r 't' : ; -

; all .n-.tlt,1edj.to their good training for ;them, and if; th* / CUT- tiCAsGR'OCERY': ( : :
'' 'al r plnlona'onj,!tha subject, ''"hangers l and profeaaionaa''do'a" < : : PRICE )
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ao<.Io Irr aa4Uf: fl a4 ,>....argument good work 'ln!"drying',up", the world ', \ .
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w. will;chs.rftaly f' '',t.o fall well just keep ..their1' aalariestill going K'' : 'f
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feft .' :: !PNE'yA V! ;; :'SPECIALS:, Every': lttVi 18 mouesr saving day In..ou.r' stpre. 'Here are a few notable examplestJiat' "we take pleasure it} '.

"r/It"l 'submitting to you afthlstime.Remember, these .are' goods sold prices lower. than the ordinary.' , x

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+' .., 'CHILDREN'S SOX, SPECIAL'" SALE Of WOMEN'S MEN'S BLUE WORIT SHIRTS, 'COLGA.. YES "lOc" r rCash.nIereoquet .

.Fancy tOR.sox of'good quality; In all *ize. '2'0' \\ . ".' Soap: ;< > . #
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#Price. ;the pair,',30c.25c'and, -. .', -.- ', ..., PETTICOATS Size 14 1-2, to 17. ; made "of' heavy 'blue. .

'They'are splendid line,of' garment, well Chambray and' sold by otben.for'St"OO'. : ", H - Bfe. COMFORTABLE' ; f :':

' W.OMEN'S.VHITE WAISTS made-and full ,size. Other stores sell the and,$125. Whyj _t ,highuprice' ,when; Try, a- pair. of our. Canvas Shoes thissummerv I ,

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fer Fire' Insurance Co.< .Casino Theatre board of county commissioners, road <

r. Weather Report:! In Mr.Gainesville"'and' tIre.last'M."Friday- M. Miller"visited and Saturday f A Week of June 2nd ....: the superintendent.Rang,. the work'Tueeday moss.L: R.from--F rrmer the morningremoving trees'inthe placed

I 1 m.klnathe trip in their car, Matine.4:30.// 'J 1,1 Nfg-ht 8:15 s court house yard., * "

s Following are claD; tempers:; with Drug'Store.a' Soul."Agents.For .sale by. Central" ., Corfltanc;* Talmadgr MONDAY In '.!"H. C. Piano leftthis, .we k for Chcago ",, V.

., tares and precipitations as-r.-' T Mrs Earl Schofieldand"' little rMAVC1DF6R, THE OOOSB! to spend his summer vacation '
lIth.'Epl.o 'MOUDINJ/V ,. < with relatives. He is ,
ported by Government station daughter, Florence, of St. Cloud, .>- looking fprwardto
TUESDAY a pleasant'family reunion for' he ti
-at-KlssUnmeeJfo- week ending :
of Miss Martha Belle
were guests Beoli Barrlacale In >
will be
joined "his brother whom
Thursday M y-U1i19r' I __ "H E ntS .ABLKBrtV-! by
i Harris at"her home"in Cape-Bree eryesterday Ji A : he-has-notJeenlorom .
=--*-'- ._tlme.- 4n.
Mat Jfln. Rain ,- GaumoqGtaphta -' f'
dr ,, (I I Piano and baby accompanied him ,on r'J
: Thursday ...,. 89 62, Music..Ju.t .as. it is rendered; per. Alice Joyce WKDWESpAY In the trip. .
: Friday ___, __. 94 68Saturday f feet'in ,overtones or tone color,,only I "THH CAMBRIC --MASK...". XH E' UJ4JVERSAC'CA'R.. . ,, l"., '. t
, .4 u on the New Edison,"The PKonograph Mutt A Jeff in"SEBINQ > Lieut. R. W. Thomas arrived home r'
-: ,_.... 95'' 65 I I. : THINGS.". Sunday from overseas and li visiting Fond M' '

:' Sunday ...____ 93 6& 1.99 Christian The subjects church of next sermons: .Sunday at will the)] i Gladys: Brockwrll THVR'DA In Mr. and Mrs. Watson mtid other' re Look out when- Raving, your : ;car' repaired .-,
Monday _____ 90 07 .67, "THB: DIVORCE TI AP." latives and friends her. Lieutenant .
'., I jbes/ "Th Act ProducingJoy On \ Thomas volunteered with that the genuine l Ford parts or : materialsare p.;
Harold Lcyd Comedy Comp.nJ'B
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Tuesday e.-,__ 80"j 67 Earth--and in Heaven" and "The 'TOUNOl MIC JAZZ. and has been
) ,a Wednesday ._i83 70 .26 i Test of Knowing God." A cordial. |'I FRIDAY' I brought an honorable in discharge service home but used"'There.. are* many'bogusrmitatiohsi1 % '
welcome to all. ,Frank Kf.nanr\" *
.. i..o 0'000. .0000.'e.otoo.. o Why not let us have a portion of/'I "THB MIDNIGHT KXPRE8S." with him. or counterfeit, socalledFord"parts of ..dly.ln-, ,
I Oaumont Weekly and Fatty Arbuckle Mrs. S. H. 'Bob '
I Bullock and Miss
? your Fire Insurance We representsome In "FATTY'S HOODO DAY." _ ferior quality on the
yst of the best companies in the > SATURDAY Dorothy Bullock and Basil Hamilton .,
business: J. E. Lupfer Fire Insurance June Elvldge In were a pl '88nt'party motoring to NO Bogus market Be "-'w medFord y ,>'t
t -e-4 ITEMS OF A WEEK ] Co. "THE ZERO HOUR.", Coronado Beach Friday to. spend: the
Fifth Episode of r weekend with friends. Ford f '
( Mrs. Bullock ag.intt'ed1. Buy :
A .e 'uple of air ships landed hereWednesday I I,I I' "THIS' SILENT MYSTERY. and Vetomed_ -- Puns ; '
family -
Monday? Mrr :
en route from Astatula Sunihlne ComedyJ.-- n
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Ford
Tay June Ist.i. hera_they hud been' un U "nr8t aid "OH.- WHAT.. A K'l.l. QHT."_ for Hfimftfon longer1 will remain at the beach .: 4 parts aDd ,h.V4I your b
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\ 232t.Central. I mission to a crippled ship. The now stay Here car repaired by the authorized . '
'famous Lieutenant Johnnie Johnson Pay your City Taxes by the tat of Johnnie Johnson, the flyer from
; Creao Dip and Sprays, at jwas among the party and spent the June and save penalties. 222t. Arcadia, who.Is making himself>famous Ford -dealer''si! x'

Drug Store. 11a I!day here. They left for Carlstromfield I I Hear Helen Clark, sing that "Lull. by breaking air stunt records this it the . guard against'"bogus"'' ''
T" //Gordon Lawson of the Boggy early Thursday morning.Dr. was in Kssimmee Monday and state only way to .. .
aby. It' fine, on The Phonographwith a+'
Creek section was in town on business I to friends here that he
was
Monday. I T. II. Rivers' many friends will .a Soul" at Central Drug Store arrangements for anon perfectIng parti. Bring! your'' car to u. for service. Come-
.1 stop
r.. Fire Insurance.. J. E. Lupfer Insurance I his sympathize father, whose with him death In occurred the loss of at'I II I'I Miss Trixie Bas returned Tues: flight' 'from Arcadia to Atlantic City, to u. for Ford pasts Dun is an authorized
day from Orlando where she bas N. J. On hi.
Co. trip here he was ac- ...
his home at Lake City, last week. He been the. of Mrs. L. M. Hall
truest companied
by_Lieutenant Sevens. .Eord.place.. -
Glenndenman New 'COSCEOLrA
G. K. of would have been 83 years .old his for a brief visit f';
is the guest of his motherJMrs. York'i next birthday his death being caused Mrs. R. F. Hodnett left ,for Suth.
r Thrasher, on, Clay street bq-. Dr.L. Rivers was called to I I T. Jf- Hilliard and family Mrs. land.on Thursday of last week to be V w
bedside Henry Lig-htsey and daughter Mildred MOTOR CO.
yrfM Igor Sale-A rood piano, at 222 his andwas with. him in hislast ' present at the commencement exercises
motored to NewSmyrna Friday of the .
.hours, Academy Sutherland,
Kissimmee. 23-2 (
Verona St.,
-pd.1 on a visit( to relatives.;' from which Fla. "
department her daugh 307.9'i Broadway, Kitsimmee. .
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.John Padgett and his son. Wagner'* pet Jeer escaped i .
I I Jtlrav .A.Godwln.of'' Fort Meade ter. Miss Mary will graduate. Mrs. ..
Cloud'citizen.. from his park about ten HOOD / 'FISK TIRES'
days ago'and TIRES
among the St. is still I I. spending couple of week with, Hodnett ,will remain there during the .., . .
at- large. He has been
'r ; ing a few hours here Saturday.Ny.r. epend'i her daughter. )11".. D. W. Alderman,, week to*attend' the state .annual _. .v' 1 y ..
Been several timts the outskirts
I Ias in ; ,
Peroxide Vanishing !
'League
Centric and during the absence of Mr. Alderman Assembly. which,convened on
Mr. Wagner
town fears that
good as Still 25c at i Wednesday.. .
any. who is assisting/ hi* father ,the .
Drug Store. *' some thoughtless' person may kill tax assessor of Okeechobee county.to .
him. feels
He If left alone he '
say : -
Mr*. H. M. Noll of Titusville ar1rjved .'.'sure he will return home,,as he"has j 1'---*. W. Bailey-war'Wled -St. LESTER IVErS CAR CATCHES
:', Sunday to spend sometime, on other occasions.--1-: ,Mary's, Ga., on Thursday; of last FIRE. '
with her brothers, the Messrs.. Grif.1, The'''editor the 'week by the death of his sister\ ,: Mrs.' ... Get' Your- Job Printing from the; Valley Gazette'I'
of Gazette is in
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fin, of Klssimmee.,, j L.P.. Frohoclc who hasvisited in call o V
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,debted to-C. H. Funk for a luscious An S. S. the .fire
depart
tills I .
V Mr.' ,S. V. Harris left week forKissimmee fifty pound watermelon htsfarm ',Kisslmmee! and has,'a large circle' of ment Thursday afternoonthe
grown on
some length friends here. Mrs. Frohock's
I" for a visitof death
at East Lake. Mr. Funk.know i boys out Mabbette street to where
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a:with his daughter Mrs. J, K. Slngeltary. came after a fingering illness. ,
of the Lester
lng predilection of newspaper i Ivey had parked his ,car.. It
0' .-Manatee .River :Journal. !editors for large .watermelon and I!I Mrs: E. G. Reitzel left this :.week had been leaking a bit 'W en all ..t
:, Mrs."Margaret .Blackwell has returned their, -lnabitity.to indulg' this '-.penJ ,for her. home in Kansas City. She'''once it c.ught.fire.' } r \
from- a month' visit with her1'chant at current prices, Just couldnt';was acompanied by. Miss Virginia i I| The department put out the blaze Vr
'daughter, Mrs., Pollard Kirven.. at bear to see us suffer and came across ,''Lesley, who will make aj extended before...much damage was done., ;
her home In Darlington S. C. *'.with one .d. h\.l\ beak' May his tribe visit.Mr, ReiUel will "be,detained in .,
J. T. T. Tindall of Nafcoossee was increase and'prosper. Kisslmmee, possibly a week longer LOCAL COMMITTEE VISITS 'ri +

among the welcome visitors,,in the I IMn and Mrs. D.; G.' Wagner Mrs winding jip his business here. . V CARLSTROM FIELD TODAY I ..
city Monday attending to business 'Charles Relatives in-Klssimmee--hare received =
Donegan, Mrs.-L; H. Ingram, :..' ,
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: and greeting,old friends:. .I Mrs. J. Z".- 'Rob rson. )fr... Ruby word -fromMr.. and Mrs. Jaa. J. Earle- 'Lupfer;City" Engineer'' A< ;.
,1 : ,s C. B. Crum jtnd family have ,reV [Shearouse., Mr*. M.--O, Wells, Misses .A..AU.n telling of their safe'arrival J..MacDonoughDrtimp.on.: ,- Gay .:.. ...
tr-; turned :rtothtlr""Pennsylvania hom*::;Ethel and-Geneva Roberson,Maude hems InODtarioaftel'::: ; visiting Livingston and ,Prosecuting, Attorney .
'., after < another winter at!![Alice and /Adah C. Wagner and Adah in. Richmond, ,Va., and i Philadelphia W. B. J Crawford were, a'delegation i '
f"' their' peasant cottar, on,; Mabbettestreet i iI i Louse Simpson, motored," to,i. Winter ;Pa.'. ''They are anticipating' an-+I' from,. the '.Kissimmee. Board;of
other. winter in 'Kisslmmee ana will .I
= i P.rk' Wednesday to attend the" ''re ):i Trade '
> motoringto' Carletron field
!_ :i I For Sate-5-room.fumlsh: ,f house-I, (,,cital '.of. the, Rollins College .,Conservatory ,return ,here next falL -''- j this morning confer with the' of. --V

--with' ,bath garage/ 21, "be.rineor.. of Music Misses Ethel, Rob 'We represent the Aetna; InsuranoeCo flriala at. the field relative to meeting ',...,.
I. ange ,tree,. Corner, of Verona St. erson and "Adah .Wagner have been of -North America--, London and !the government's'requirements In fit
\s. and -Vernon Ave. J." Wesley Brown. member of Miss 'Waterman's '.vocal Lancashire,,.and Camden'tour'ot the ting out ,the landing field as a Nat'

:,' 222 ,Verona St.;, ,Kisslnunee.; ; 23.2tpdMrs at.Klaslmmee. for the pact two strongest. and moat reliable. Fire In. tonal Air! 'Terminal. -",.
: nie. 'In', the business -
.'. L'H.1ngTMrs.' ; J.; Z.'Rob- month and participated 'in the -proSTam. suraac:* band '
.A. w.-Gustus'of' JacksonvilleJoined Let n insurance for
:' arson,. Mrs.> J. J. .McCranle/ Mrs.' W. your W. "A. ]GIBBONS LbCATES HERE.
the party: .t -Winter Park and. you and wewill treat youright. 'J. .....
. 'c L, Pajlk and Mp A, W. Bally, mo- motored home with them. B.. Lupfer Insurance,Co;. :" W. W'.hin'fi ; of Bancroft Va. -' ..: i'........ l
; afternoon.>ore<} to, OdudSaturd.y\ /or the' O. 0; Howard Post Grand "Army Dr., W.-, B. ,Withersboon, Mrs.Wlth- 'near e&liL D. C., who .viaitJ'thia : ,' -- "' .'IP
; and and their ladies of Sedgwick Circle .!,peon, and .their daughter, ..Mlsa I section last Leek. was so well
:. VV' ---"r. -T. Burckhalter'and family were invited :bY Dr. Fall ato, attend Lucyleft for' Washington, CMonday pleased with Kisslmmee \ people 'and Yes-, -Sometimes. It .IsButLook'. :*; ;
R. D/ cabman, former rechief' olKissimmee the. morning services ....on' Memorial night where ,Miss LuCJ'.wlifreaume .theenvlronment- generally.-decided to ( N
i ; and wife; motored over Sunday May 25, at the First,Baptist L her duties.,In the Treasury :locate here and purchased a fine thirty Out. ''When CoirieeN,
+ with :
from Mt..Dora. for ,th-week-end. ? church. which was W. H. Arnold and family.A" !ed. ..J..- M. Williams: commander (f , furlough some time --ago- when the former Dibble place .Mr. .I
small 'insld firs at !Leon: FenneU' Mrs. ,,Alice Thrasher Mrs. ill Gibbon will move his family here .
PNt, and re. Witherspoon was seriously a, A .aa may re .. a while'spead&af every ..Bar.* anu\\ :
-f barber shop called .out the Kea ident of the Circle,'in behalf of their and that furlough had nearly ,explr. soon a* school closes. '
.;' aimmee t Volunteer lire department respective order, wish .to >express ed. Mrs., Witherspoon 'will remainin I Mr. Gibbon will engage in the ,..,: u.toa;; or eves heists a* gets it H ,d"I lane, -a gnat, tine. ... defasf.-. ..It,: ''I' ,
the first"of the week but the blaze their 'appreciation, to Dr.,'Falls 'for Washington for some, time if she dairy business and it Is hoped he will .bat ereataally" utaoras"'wifi' shot!. : ; ::
,I,.} : fnsextinguished with, little damage. the beautiful and sermon continues to improve 'In-healthrtnd! be-a'lItronrt.etorill-bui1dina- the -' Io! '
;':\ When your'house burn."you want from the text .!Messed is the Dr. Witherspoon will take,, a 'well ,co-operative association InOsceolatountywhich : .n. '4aia 7.b ",.b boud te 'c*.e' s.o.er er later wke.' Ida .
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your" insurance money with a* little Nation Whose God is the ,Lord." Also earned vacation to be With her. Mrs. h a pet,project of Dr. a1Hpeat diisies aid dollars ;reuld cone its KdTfc +t
fldflitr
. '1Ij;,V. trouble and delay a* possible., Our to the former committee who ..sobeastlfully J. W., Miller accompanied partyto Weaver; the county agent. In fact it play
companies are noted foi their promptQness. .decorated, the church In Washington 'for' a visit to her w.. .thr uelJ Dr .Weaver that .)lr, ,
h' ,U: .: 'J.. E. Lupfer ...I 1, 1 flowers j. to the choir and the membership lathe government employ and 'on her , tart by depo tia,' Just a Mtde each ...%' .b:'Ud* i
':;V ij', .\ CoMr,. R.., D. France returned f Sat. generally .for courtesies. return,will visit relatives and-friends COUNTY',,FIRE PROOF VAULT ': baak;aad Me .how Binca' ... '-omf erUUe'.aad 1*. a

.. ... nrday from. an extended -.ltF to shown. "* "V, > in the Carolinas.! ' \ ,UNDER'iCONSTRUCTION'The '' :1:1f depeadeat. yen will feel u the.habit. grows, sad year ;'
: "' Nashville, Ft. MCPlm non; and Atlanta : ,
"*W ;dollar mnftiplr. >9-- el f' A t,
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v ,'where*b* has been .visitingrear . ", construction Iie" Q,'
''and. friend --for 'the put; six the two story w ,
latives *
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t' : r.r- fire '
r woof vault for ,the safe keeping
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week. - '' d : of-the.records OsceoLa. 'county. '
wasbegun
Mr,., Charles Dann of ..Miami ar* .- .
this week and if unforeseen
# '1\\ ,)., rived Sunday to be the guest oft Mra.here;: Get(More :From w-'Garden'' .r delay,occur* it will'be'ready no for,,use STATE]! BANK'OF
fS!: '. 'W.Sean..- Mr: Dann lived- : in the course of a few weeks' .
ti .' "-riendwho:rwiU-be' -glad" ;to-learn-'of- .*. Youwill get much'mpre'out' f'yo garden the structure which" is to beof brick '

y ;,her: Miss*.lirrjval.( Margaret, Davidson :, and ,her i Youjfrotect* it against bUgs Fvorins and disease. . of with'metaL the frame. 'The dimensions work of the' opening 25x16 ; 'RiSSIMMEE '" !

sister: ,' Mrs George-Yocum left'this "The, simple easy ,way.to da this is'tq'spray with': : feet. fIt: will op.ri'into the Jailor'sroom' ': 1---
week for Franklin fkove'i1LwhereQMr. ''.. ' ' r' : on ',the'Ant floor; and into "th* ,
Yocum *' to Join her" hus t clerk' office on the.econoV floor / .
goe .. ;.._. < IThe" '
;::! ,band. '; Miss Davidson will visit- relatives .j, "U "The Adds tu first story room will'be used RESOURCES .$7S ,OOO.OO Capital-1100,000.00 f'j: .:
a in Marion.,'Ohio,,while on.her That to atop old file and record 'and the V 1 : .. t

. '! ,:.' ,trip. '_ .. p ; t .Y.:......" YourProfit"Prrox + y ,_ --l- .gl.p.roper..o.D-theJeco: also!:will .. -.t "t"- -.- .. - "_, ,_"A,, .'" .,n: _
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nv.- "' Frea-E:"DturpbjTOt; t>ii firer:,;Of L be= for daily oae.< '. :Officers; aad Director '
\ 'Murphy & Maloney called to his kills bugs_and .'worms,, preventr''disCje and -In-", 'Jhe,old vault"1 a' small affair and '
;.- was ; C._"A.,CARSON, President M. KATZ.a4 E. L. LESLEY: V-P.' I.
,. c home Knoxville Ttnn. this 'weekbyth..erlouatUnes.of'his .. .;; ,vigorsfes the plants: Ready: for; use by mixing with water has been lull to''overflowing'' forome .'. f
\ smother time, In fact the county baa '. J."'D.JEFFORDS'Caehler z'
Our Pyrox'Book' gives complete. ,
x; , .partner This W',a Mr..lIIalone'4urioua! coincidence, Jeff for for.Knox.his 'Ask: lor a oPi." garden and spraying. .. Information "-,*. gratified outgrown when it and they.the are official given. will more be v N. B. CARSON . \ ,M.' KA.TZ. a r ,nG'A ; ;

;F ...11I..1aat."k'to be-at;his father' ;CENTRAL, ,DRUG STOMT "fI ( adequate'' accommodation for. 'the ;CARsONe;"''" 1 'FLEJlIN '
.firm1 1 ia"-eonArncttar record In their keeping U;'LESLEY '.
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>. t s x .". -. -' -THE &15SLVHIE, VALLEY''' GAZETTE.' FRIDAY MAY, 30. lilt 4.i .
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: PROGRESS OF MILK CLUBS 1 t I,- -. ,-r
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.f't! ;!-SCEOLAn UNrr NEWS, SERVICE I' Reports, 'from home "demo lltratlon.r \ r .... .v '-. -. n .,. ... 't :.:

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agents indicate clearly that the milk ,., ihy"Y.4 , "

\ \ '?R. R.THOR WEAVER, County Agent the clubs interest-are doing ill these good clubs work,are, and growing that- _. .. rI' r'3: \ \\ ,

--- St. Lucie 'and .He.ando'.coun- ,, ,-. ,\ .a-' .-rl I" .

; 1 The outstanding thought I is now the co-operative dairy association of ties -each., have15 members, and .a' .
that the cooperative dairying hi Os- another county so successful that a result of_ these milk clubs :four : ?;
, ceola will Boon be in working'-that now :four Ford trucks are collecting cows Veers ordered in one week re- : : .Cr'.e'att'ng' New Demand ,' i :: ;
r everyone''who.' can' should endeavorto the milk daily. It is' hoped that all cently for members'"of'the Ucrnando : ::

become a' member' of this associa- wanting. to join this association.. will county club. In Jackson county .. 9 4, .. J ,.
t'on. We want to He two cows two send their.name to the county agent four men have promised to buy 12 ." .'.. I f ",.4, .1 !",
t sows and 75 chickens on'everyfarm.No and the number of cow they will, cows each, as soon as the market for ", '
should fail to'endeavor to get have and expect to USA in furnishing .
one dairy products could be secured, As '
.1r -- "-the"'."milk, cow- -the premier In the the 'milk to the collectors there is no. trouble in finding markets "

list of farm animals. The',county agent will be willing for dairy, products, it is expected that 'f for Florida i Fruits 'ii,.. i

' .. "The dairy association expect to ar- to aid those who 'want help in the the cows will be purchased in the . .,
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range that each farmer wanting' to various problems now confrontingall near future., -. .
join the association shall pay $10 for: points in- farming, citrus work Thdse members who have 'Joined \ .f: .. ". '
each cow he place* ,in the association' : and trucking but as many, problemsland the clubs and Agreed to keep the records I ,_ .1.J.. : ., '; ,..,:
an arangement will .be made that movements are on top' to. the are much pleased with the results to J.---"'. ' ',1" 'f. '
when a member desires to purchase betterment of all, it is helpful if As one woman it, When supply increases ;without. .corresponding growthlit: ".,.< v.r'.: ; ;

a __ ..one .nr more cows he pays ten percent each, one' desiring a call from. the "We have found the expresses theTeeord'blanksveryjnterestingrasw ', "<

11 ; -down: ore the purchase Price and t 1 county agentma ethatrequestrand' keeping ,," "C demand! ....... prices. Always falL't't . . .,... .. ....., ,. _. ...-.-
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, then allows one-fourth of, his milk not wait for. the county agent to call '- ',. 7. - : :. .
1 1 I receipts.*upnthly to" go; towardspay-,j without request. each had .never known -before' .just what . ... ; ; ,:. : _

ing the balance due on the cow until I Material things 'now are of vast I cow was doing. I con. V = : ,V
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j t paid. Importance and to that en4 J. we need ef'If these you'are milk interested clubs take in the"matter joining one If the gain in production comes to farlsxceed. .:i.: <; V
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l l f This plan has .worked so well and.strong co-operation. I up with your home demonstration I '( sumption. producers. face disaster; '- .,. fe!:. .:'a'.

agent, or write to Miss Morse, dairy .
: VELVET BEANS FOR ,BROOD, days 'earlier than was expected and II j specialist Tallahassee, Fla., :' .: i ''-:' ,' .
was left'in the yard with BOWS No. 4 | ; '
;: SOWS. and No. 5 and the boar. The pigs For the Relief or Rheumatic Pains Florida's output of grapefruit f and oranges in a few yearn :\ .

l John M. disappeared and it is believed. that When you have stlfness and .6r,- ..: .' .'r i
< By Scott. the other sows ate them. ;, .!._ is certain to be enormously greater.
r, i'. TJ>e value of velvet beam ni a feed On March 28. BOWS No. 4 and No. ness find of the it' difficult muscles!,, aching Jointsand .! V.UnlessVthe . --. ;.
I., for hogs, and especially for the brood farrowed eight pigs each. These to move 'withoutpain t .
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try massaging tlle. affected i ti
is a problem which has given =
now \
the farmers of .Florida a great deal were pigs. all good strong well)) developed parts with Chamberlain's Liniment. ;; consumer demand for these fruits is made to
It will relieve the pain and make '
of. The concern.question of velvet beans as a'' were urine given,, this no entire other test feed these except sows'as and sleep possible._ rest. :,;::,' keep pace with the enlarged production, growers will. then bo/ ,

gi fr feed' for brood-sows received little or stated .above. No green :feeds was '. GEESE ; unable to obtain profitablereturns for their crops. ""* vi
i' no attention until! within thelallt given. at any time. From these results ON THE FARM. ): i ;,

three' years and more especially the it would hardly be fair to con- Write'to the U. S. Department _of 4.
: past two years. During. this time a demn the velvet_beans a's a feed for Agriculture for Farmers' Bulletin No. '
f great many hog raisers reported the brood sows. However, there is some 767, entitled ."Goose Raising," -says ::: j 1' Foreseeing condition, the Florida Citrus Exchange for.fi ''f t
loss of a large percentage of pig at evidence of suspicion. The same !the State Marketing Bureau.; The -
', farrowing time or within a week or sows will be kept on this experimentfor goose. has a place in the small farm :' several years has been advertising and using other means to .. : ;(
ten days after farrowing. Some of in low lands ..
another I economy subject to '
1 the sows aborted, or in some cases year. overflow, and in rough lands. It requires ,. : .; more widely introduce and popularize grapefruit 'and oranges. : i! If.: '
) the pigs were deformed. A good Cut this Out and Take It With You. the simplest rudest kind of ,
many hog raisers have charged all shelter-; .n open shed provided with -.:' ,, tt ,

? ,1 this trouble to the feeding of velvet name J\ man of the'often article forgets he wishes the to exact purchase 'i|.straw: is sufficient. Besides the f The splendid I ; success of the work of the Exchange! in this :'. 'c' '
meat -the supplies the ;
goose highest
and last'resort takes+' ...
--- '-0n"November1.1918slx -rood as a :
i' !, ows., five Berkshires and one Chester something else instead. That is al- j priced' The feathers goose for and cooking down.. hi best direction is a matter of record-for instance ,._In. the territorywhere : '

White and one Berkshke boar were ways disappointing! and unsatisfac-1 roasted. It is y 1!.
1 rarely boiled. The
I ever its for- 19,189) concentratedthe
grapefruit campaign
put on experiment to test out the effect ,tcry. The safe way is to cut thisout j fat is an asset to \any kitchen, and was : f"

of a ration composed largely ofi" and take it with you so a's to j}fat is worth money these days. There V sales of the Sealdsweet brand three times 1 ., !
V velvet beans. Part of the sows selected make sure of getting Chamberlain's 'ill j more meat on in :1 were as great: as :: :
a goose proportion -
to be- -used -in this experiment Tablets. You will find nothing quite .
( than of a hen duck. in the
or previous season. 1
;r had been fed a ration composed of so satisfactory for constipation and The goose!! is amenable in handlingand . '
bean feed from May indigestion. I
and velvet
: corn becomes
,} j very tame. At timesit i

I j. t tr!/ periment.1918 up to The the feeding beginning pens of were the ex arranged LAND VALUES AND COST 'I stands almost what seems is said the to goose. it. Ancient under- : The Florida Citrus Exchange: Has Done Much- "W ':.

; so that each sow would bp OF LABOR IN FLORIDA II monuments picture the in the ; : ,
I goose
i and the feed for each
fed separately, I midst of playing children, under the 'If V VM .
\ / animal was prepared' and fed sep A recent survey made by the Florida family dinner table, eating from the 5- Speculative Marketing Agencies Nothing-Why ?, V'r' : :! I ,

.?.1 t' arately. Field Agent bureau of Crop Estimates :- hands of women and girls. Ancient .
>V. Feed Used. discloses some interesting history abounds in stories of the :-.;: !o

The velvet feeds bean used feed were mixed ground; in corn the I facts. With their permission I shall goose.; The goose; is a good; watchdog I In task of developing demand to in face of t S
and (I I quote some figures that may be help- in the farm yard and will warn I _the essary keep up price ,
4;: 1 proportion of one part ground corn ful to those who contemplate making'of f :
i approaching. danger.; They will : for Florida citrus fruit, the greater production. .
and two. parts velvet bean feed and ;
M", Florida their home. I attack strangers without warning.The __. "7' a ahM
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\ s eight parts water. By velvet bean This has been the active ,
divides
1 the state into Exchange only
survey goose; is killed in the same man- ; :! "' '
J feed is meant beans and ground : .
: : pods .four divsions northwest northeast; 1 :1'i
.;, together. The amount of feed given ,central and southern.: ner as other poultry. Always handle ;.1: ..' factor. So it is I left f for the growers who -'
the ; 'V
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j goose; by grasping it firmly by ; ,'1
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f r each hog at a time was as follows: 7.I ,
| The land value of all
average plow the neck it is -
; a powerful bird and themselves market the fruit
,, they '.
t II one pound velvet bean feed and one- \ : : ); "
in the is
land state given at $33
[ per con strike a terrific, blow with its -I -
i r1,;1 *elf of pound feed ground placed com. in This a bucketand mixture -. acre. The northwest division shows wing..' S't't< .:.' :;:I .' .. Few-marketing.. agencies have Produce. cooperatively thro.-L#: .. '. s""

was about \ -thfa-vsiui' at"" $28 penaere7 tW: north-I I The goose forages. over the farm f .V. ', done anything this line--the 4lie '.. )late .IO' '
wat gallon :
enough r ( one east" $23, the central $43 and the along the banks of the ditch or 1; along Florida Citrus Exchange, to do '.y

northeast divsions of the , )(.
state r
gen- the low ,; "
water that in which the grasslands. lie is an inde- : . t
no except nothing 1 '
t eral farm and livestock are -: to build demand r
crops .
> t corn and bean feed were soaked. fatigable forager. He knows his ... up ..' ''
'principal : '
't.
In the 'southern : :
Results -, products. home and the end of the day finds -:1' '.'
: P division winter! and citrus \t'
vegetables. him there. ) ..c'4.. ;
I On November 11, it noticed :
f x was fruits are-prominent. while in the I F. Why) Because the speculator These cooperating . '
I r .. that the Chester White sow was sick- growers are) ., :.:; .;4
;' 1 Her feed was changed and green feed central division all these products! Rub-MY-T18m is a powerful anti- ;-i[ make much if not fortunate in the fact that the ", .t.
'q can as
combine to make the more planof .. .
/, added to the ration. S sick and died during the night. Nov- The portions of the state from infected cuts, cures old sores : .J. money when fruit prices-are low jointly marketing .their fruit .' : .: .'1y '
where farm and livestock "
general .
crops ,
ember 26. On the morning. of. November tetter etc. -Adv.) "
;=. 27 Dr. John Spencer made a are being produced offer goodopportunities' .S: as when they are high. gives .them net returns .enough ,. : .. F' "t. V

r \ , post mortem examination and pro- for further develop- Keep the corn fields cultivated.: : J "...-.;';' i" $
.. ? ' mounted the trouble ment and as previously shown land Frequent shallow : ' greater than would I Be> allowed g..
yellow atrophy cultivations are .- : ", "
r of the liver. values are comparatively low. Thereare very essential In order to .1.."' < ...,..', r .. good ,the them by the several ;' "''' '
( many old plantations whichhavehad < ( conserve ,; ". '.,,'" . I"oruua rely reason speculators to xr:" :. ) "
January 30, 1019 ROW' No. 1 far- the moistrue. Extension workers ,
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are / .
rowed six pigs, three of which were but a few inches of-the top soil_ advocating the cultivation of the !: .,,. : .speculative concerns ere not interested times cover the 'cost. of the'adlelr'I'< '. ..
worked and being offered at .
i. dead when found. From all indications I are now corn fields at least every ten days in the problem of sales
these pig. were born dead. During
tv . the niht.of February 2. thei new land"under cultivation and is each heavy rain. wider markets which are neeJoia Exchanges .
.
i I . 4j three pigs disappeared. It{capable, of being. made to producethe ..
remaining
.is sup the sow ate them. first year much better crops than 666 has .fi
more imitations than .
On March 2 No. can be expected from new land. any I.
sow 2 farrowed 12 other .
Chill and Fever
Tonic
>1/ for on the the Exchange do YOUR ef
There is very little demand now part
1 '""l,:.1I1gs-. These were all strong well developed market but no one wants imitations.
foreign trained help. This condition
pig*. the work and share in the benefits. Fef
Thev ,
are dangerous things in the .
i: ::1k *';_. March 8, sow No. 3 farrowed a few- la and caused climate by diversities conditions,of and crops the soils ab- medicine line.-(Adv..) .. further particular write wiN or p6.n.( V : "..,..-,: ," .

pnrA.al the usual coloredhelp.. - -- -_!:._ :::'. - - : ._- -..- -7"- -" '
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,-The -average--rate of" wages pail There 'arrl'vedlnNew York city a ,

' ''INDLE per month.-with board 'for male help few days ago; a cargo of 24,175 sacksof FLORIDA CITRUS HaL I
in the northwest division is $22: corn, of 200 pounds each from EXCHANGE Tampa il"J" ,
northeast $24;, central, $33; and Argentina.. That is sending a long t ;
.IAM4tlTE'flll! southern $43. To this amount may be distance away for corn. America .

., added from $12 to $13 per month for ought toraise enough: corn for its A. HAKfS Mgr Orange County Citrus SuWxchangc- ;' ,,
Roll'eoltplale 11odemaet'ad :help without board. The average own use. What is the matter with j
4 l. I tooair Sllsaaalbabd''Lgup QF6eoawdioa 'rate of wages paid for male help Florida raising more corn? "* '

..... Gnroniont to Evwyttin laa with board per day for regular farm - y Orlando, fla. :-.V

tart S.ad for &ookl y help is given in the northwest division ...'
2JT SCHOOLTEACHER '
... as $1.60; northeast $1.35; central -
$1.42 and southern $1.79.

.. Without board; northwest, $1.85; IS ON THE 'ROAD :2 1 1V
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If! northeast $1.86;; central. $2.10; and 1
southern 195.. CI U9 EXCtia4NG

+M 'V.. You Do More Work J. O. TRAXLER. JTO.RECOVERY _

: '"You..more ambitious and fr :
you jet mote is killer. BEEN A LONG TIME .'* '".*' .;'!', ';;"' ;,;, "
.enjoyment oat of everyUUnt when Rub-My-Tlsra a great pain SUFFERER "" r- ?- :7 -.r i 'f "

r' 'blood .la In good condition.. Impurities your lathe It relieves pain end soreness caused FROM CONSTIPATION,. STOMACH ,,V : '4'' -. T .. '. rr'k t
by Rheumatism Neuralgia Sprains ,
blood have
a very depressing effect on '
,
,V j'. ,V t+ v1 t nerrunanni the system, and causing sickneas weakness.]laziness.I. etc.-Adv.) _DRECO AND, THE KIDNEY"'NEW TROUBLES HERBAL. : .HE'WONT DROP DEAD ANT MORE. .... .............!.. .. ...!..! !!., .. .!.!. .

w r .. ,OROVB-S TASTELESS Chill TONIC GET MORE SUMMER EGGS. REMEDY{; GAVE.RELIEF. /"My' husband Buffered terribly from I.
b r' restores Energy end Vitality by Purifying i When summer weather comes increase gtomach and* river ? trouble ..which
''and Enriching the Blood:; '.When you feel egg production by abundant "For years I've .suffered ci ,au.ed'such bloating of _,gas'-aa to
r c Its strengthening, invigorating effect see feeding of green. succulent, food. of stomach seriously affect 'the heart Doctors' : :
bow it kiD[a color to the cheeks and how case trouble constipation dead --Summer
z1 Dr. N W. Sanburn extension poultry pain. in back and warned him that he might'drop ..re-rtHizin -
r tt improves -the- appetite. you willJthen.stppndat .. my this trouble. A
1 > husbandman says these can be at-any-tlme;lrom-- :
Mrs. 8. C. Calhoon the well I
,vS' *ita true tonic value.OROVB'S says .
raised in friend In'Cine land ', advised him to . . .
a garden or'the poultry be ,
rtes ti known 'school teacher' of-727 West -, -<. .,. ;"*. ....
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} TASTELESS Chill TONIC given the run of the peanut patch. Monroe St., Jacksonrille.TFle.: take Mayrs Wonderful Remedy and J .. ..'">.;. ,'...., '* 'f.. ,.
v' ,to not, medicine it .is 1 ,
: months agohe'is
,- patent simply Any of the 'summer greens freshly food stom.ach since :taJdngIt; '
r IKON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. "My would sour on my man againAll ; Fertilize :jcitrus trees \NOW ,for; development 'frutt'ancP, r '. V
picked or access to attractive beg and would bloat me 1 had feeling< like e YOUDIt .'. .ak
gas up .
,
j 'JJ. 1.80 pleaaaat even 'children: like it. The, garweed fields will help produce dull in back his friends:-.are surprised at his ap ; 9growth\ of ''The size of, ""cio '
Kk;"' o4 xteedsQulntne to Purify IRON heavy; aching pains my It.1 simple, hannleas ( tree. next years depends-1 -,a., ,
C$5 R a
i V .; ,' Enrich it. Theae' reliable tonic summer eggs. Less-high st grain over my kidneys; ; constipation was-a pearance. "
o ,-efties never drive1' impurities prop. will be needed better health maintained daily menace and my nerves were preparation,'that-.removes the eatar- sreat'mea.urc. .oa the growthof-wood:_ wood made! :)his sUlI1D r.f ., ; r
aUto.
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;.: ::5' r in the flock, and the hens will shattered 34y sleep was broken and rhal"mticns from the intestinal:tract. -' .

( I"ae Sb'eftlltb-Creatlllil Power of GROVES postpone the moult. That means did not rest .me,'and myappetite had and allay. i the V inflannnatlon.t math::;which'Uver -- < .Don't,:lenen your.profits?,of f thi..anH'next year by neglect-:: '
-It;,- 'V HfASTELESS, ChlU .TONIC :has made it eggs through June and JulyPro- about failed me. Although-I've>.tak causes practically V .... ,- .
1Vt4 Ig V. ...... '-. favorite tonic In thousands. of hones.i duce fertile egg.; put some of them en many different medicines, ')lone and Intestinal" ailmente twill Including'condnce ap or ing to. fertilize nov 1 We.offer;anjr.,analyiii-_ 'VJ .. ,: r '
f:' '4 ,. than thirty-five years ago. folkt into water glass; get more eggs this helped me until I''< took Dreco.i. the pendicitis. One dose .. .. . .
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.:" ride long distance to get GROVE'S year, than last year, with leas cost new herbal ''.tomaeh.\remedy; ''The money/refunded; 'J. Z.'Robersonrand "' ... ., >.,. M', ..". .". ,
4 ESS Chill TONICwbpna and larger profits.. second day .after, I startedon Dreco druggist-, everywhere 'r ,
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e4 \;. :: of their family.had 'Malaria l orodybuildiiig I felt, better, and.J ave ;continued to c ni itv r i p M r rTi-i-n-r* iT -* rv .Jh'> : ,. ..All::the ',}Potash You \Want :
-- orth
; ': drove's : : -Watermeloni4sri -now' golngj (
; .trsngtb.giving Tasteless chill Toator improve ever-since. constipation ?
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n, r' ': \, ..;.1JN formula.la Jut the-same to- ..urn vitality and energy br JmrtfrtoS andrfchlnj .... has passed off My food digests well, from Northerndiati4cts South Florida and the Centraland ... .. ...,.. . ., ... -<.... 'J n .' '".J' ..j.i.i t !it 'r
be.
'. : .i4 from any drag and doe. not stomach win soon ;,11-
.'J?, e.tL you can get the blood- You cu feel lu ,swell\1Jp( my c
won Strosth
'" ;.,......:.... ... ..01 ........ InvKomUnt. Kffcct.. pries SOc -. I .have. ,fto;more pains.in :my back actively onto;;.the-Job"and. thousandsof the d,. .. yrilsbii'&iTdomer' : >\<' Fertilizer: Co.r .. t' : ,
will out- during .ea
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and ;;.Ja( : sound .ana refreshing r e;"j ate Ian ;"now' live...in',; comfort ion: Shipper should, send to the I ''p;,,... > t': Manufacturers Ideal{ertitzers: J' _:; .'?,,
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=OdPAINTE1tSERT; LIZER COMPANY whereas life->before was a bnrden.t. '. ExperimentStationatGainesville: V "LV&leriv1a'In. ticldu"Jid Spray '1'unip'a; -.:.,: V
.. Bulletin $59.'on the' treat-, ". ,
.' : Many'; people .strut:daily testifying and'get r' ; ', .
i_ ; _,.. F .Jaokgton; AI1e. Florida to the.'good'results'of' Dreco ?(treatment sent of'stem end rot: ' I ,.JadtlODYjIle, F1a. '." '. .. I '

-t, )eerhlisera-Irseotitudes $p 1 incases<< weak kidneys, sluggish I .: .. -ii' 1'7\' t.-
,. ; !, ayers'Poultry Supplies -'( ... i .
dfpct'thiNan.e..i "
: Not .
s liver digestion Tks OtdnlMlast Dots . .r: "" .
\ or' ,. gas, rheumatism i ... .\,... '.. .
,\ '\1Mii; ywn. vow haw be. yn.nufacng. feni rers In d+l. s.--- have -.r..cr. our and constipation. - of It* tonic end lasath i *'.et.1.A.XA-1 .. ... .. .. . .. t. o .-. "
, .1"1". --semen in .wty Cpst9' rn Plaids. \ ', ''i All'' good druggist now4 sell.'Drew Tl VB BaOMO QU1WINB' U bean ': :! : : : t'J!
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:: '" Oulnm and 4 hot cam* aervouoaeee. orriBKioc :
r. La/st >",.'LI 2r.h';): Prise. Le and it.Ia'highly;::r.e mlDd.d InKisimmee : to .....s. AwBcmbcr th. lull u._.ad i ;c ti
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0.. , ... .P ,. .=. =..ft' f V -- Btatute* of thSL Btate"of 3Florlda,,._ ';.I '' --i*.'? ...i.V" -_ V ,4
V V WHIIJRJ A8, -" I. the Intention of aad amast hare paid taxaa .u real'atsV 'dat* of Issuance,of s.id" certificate In''
the -Council of the City of Klsslmmee 'I the London-' "' .

$ ; I Proceedings of.the School Board j'r to" purchase _a dlttehlnir. machine, a.nd ,.Ike .kit .... Aereea;. l.m..1 Rola.on. .Wa.bIJaon

DR. BOCKMASTERKISSIMMEE'S .. for the znaIntenancepf' Its prl.entdrainafo I Anna R Rivers, .. I Davl.
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svstam- In a sum not exceed- NOTICH or olt'-TAz C:' .BffA.ob*"' >JWj 3acka"n
InFifteen Thousand, <$11.Q00.00)3oi1ar. / 4..ioAT.0. H.Colyert. O. .
'Th. ftcbool board met' til reg.uiar dent was directed(to notify Mr. But: ., and C V'V pmnn. M.'.Edwars J. L H F.I..I. . C 0. Barclay . _ _

j session on May/Mh.V then being,prent > lard of the board'a action ". WHERKAA. tt 1. the further.Jnten. ." .J_'1'" urlf. .., LolA lial.y. J.
tlon of tbe Council to.Orada Curb Player, . .
CkaIrmuflV > 'Notice I. hereby. -tveiv, That A. R. '
'.Wv C. Baaa. : ; ,W. R. The. :trattetw of th.. St. Cloud dla and Pare certain streeta or part. of purchaser of Tax Certlflcat unleaa said ..rUfcat.(ball be. tod.erned _ _

., ,. \ Lanf.r and 'WVR. Godwin al.oC, EYowell trict recommended that one teacher trrets.-within the .said City of KI. D.anl.. dated the Tth day of August, .oo'dial .' tax _ _
,' .Count/, 3up rlnteiuleot .of be-employed in the. first grade of the slmmee, and asses a share .of thecoets Av 101. *. ..I.C said oertlneat lamy June will .. th.rO on >r Id* 'U day.
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against the abuttingproperty, ;
OSTEOPATH Public Instruction, and John S. Cad St.; Cloud achool. instead of two and pursuant to the laws of tie State of for tax office deed, to :. 'application accordancewith A It JL,1I11.' *.

L! attorney for the board. that the salary .be axed at $100.00per' Florida. andWHEREAS V V law.-. Bald .a empraoas clerk Circuit Court OVERBRID1., Cpt/;,

. Th, minutes of the last meeting month. The board unanimously V the City' of. Klsslmmee the .following property. slt (BEA .- Florida. V
will have to bear alar.. part of the .. By t>.' C.ftOTICH .
County; I-It 8
. f.r : STATE BANK BUILDING were 'read and approved. consented to''this arrangement. . e...' of suck Improvement and the entire uatc.ol.: oor..' of Lot Floria. to .

Financial. Statement of ':'County I S. S. Bell, representingthe trustees eosta .at the \\nt.rlacuoq"! 5d and K. Wilson, run N. Westerly onRi. .. TOCRKDITOItB. _ _

Phone No., 162 School Funds for Month... Ending' April .-. of the Good Hope A M. E.-streets-:"'-VWHEREAS: and 1C 'Order 1o" provide E..to of R.way R. 101 Rt.rt W.way.ISO In f v Section 8. 10* rt 1.. cr- .(' O..t- *. *.. '

80th, 1919: V .church, appeared before" the board funds to pay for the City's portion. of Township South. Range ''Tw. ty. mtTt State .f Fl.ilda.0.
GBNBRAL' RCHOOI. PVWD and stated that as there was no such Improvement. It will 'be necessary eight (18) I The said land 1m Batataof Aadrew Ce>ttaM
4 j _ _ _ _ _ _ Balancefrom last .. IIn.'", for tAre City to contract a loan assessed at the- date of .. b.ln. .
t; : ... To warrants ..n I r.rru., .- 0.00 .school buildlnjf ;.for the colored: people'at for such purpose, and to pledge' the said certificate In the name of, TJn- To al Creditor. Legatees. Distribu. '
Ashton, the church: would:'funds, credit, and the property of the known. Unle., said Certificate shall and all Person having; Claims- p'
For Local and Distance Haul
, Long 1I7I.Tt deed a..lot-to-tbe.-hool.board-Jf-Clt7,4orJherdempt1ojt.ptjuchoanand be-redeemed or Demand against. laid Estate: V V

'':'" a.: e-ii T : Tor.eeIpt.dutng-iitonttr"1; .....IT board ".would erect a building' The;: WHERBAS' :; the 'Wat of' the City's V d...oS..Juae.-will -or4Ial-.t..w.1 A. D. 1)11. ltl notified'YoU.ndeab and r.q.lra or you present are- hereby-_

j,' ). ,, V I41. ." board agreed to put up .a building hare of such proposed street Improvement (SEA,1.). .1., claim and Which you ,
I. Wurs.nts Issued dur. month-- 1811..0 la estimated at (10,000.00, 1 OVIDRTRE1.Clerk either' of you may have aalnj.-'tbg *
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B. D. SPENCE : 'providing g-ood.deed was made to aa evidenced. by plans and speclflca -Circuit' .c urt estate of Andrew Cotterman. dweeaaed. -

Balance on hand April '0u..o., .... 'I le board., V, V V tlons prepared by' the Clty-Bng-lneer Florid. U.lt late of Osoeola Count Florida, to4the" '
PHONE 132 -. L's.D. lW.."t.. , V 1 i iThe superintendent was directed to and on Hie In tb.- Glllo. of the City V -undersigned. 'Adql.l.tatrls of
h. fl&Inctrom' last reportT$ 'I H.TtTo advertise and make' all other ar-s.Clerk- 'f .Alt, OBUMWAJICa. said.estate. w'thln' the Mt
rnealcleaee NOW date I '
THERKFORH!: BB IT RKSOtVBD :
b.r.of.
MI& receipts during: month c: 749.01 -
422 St. 16-tt rangementa for holding the biennial BT THB COUNCIt OF THE Dated. May 'th. A. D.: ills. _
V 1"4i'i7t' ''CITY> Op' K1BSIMMKB FLORIDA--! An I nant. to R.II'& the Presence ELIZABETH COTTERMAN. .
elections in sub school 'district. No.1 .- of' Sixteen Tear _
Warrants 'Issued dur month 110.11 'V Section 1, That under and by virtue V 1..t. t Administratrix. V
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at I Cloud No. at Union
St. and 0 of the power ve.ted In the''City, on the Streets of Klsslmmea.. at.r

Balance on' hand April 10._.. 1375.66,1 Center the same to be held on June of KlHSlmmee, Florida. by Section ; TeflOeloCk R p. r.'Et'11' 1 NOTirHJ,.OK ADllll.TRATOa '-
a. n. ,pi.. .. 26th '1919. The following ere selected 1010-General Btatutes of the State of COUNCILOF BE lT A 1 CIT 1 (r.r r .r .
'r' Florida, the shall Issue Its IIProtnmtsHory ,
Balance from .__I 150.911 City Y."O.F
report to Oct In holding the elections:. '.. .,. .
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To Receipts during month.._. 1I0., Note for the avcreirate C f-.Ce-e.ly J.eae. State .f
unlawful
,District'No.; 1. st.' Cloud JV H. Feriruson sum of 115.000. tol.ie .Illrd' raln.lfe s.ctt..1..' That It'wl'be of Six- Florida. Osvrela,, Ce.aty.,
Notes Iisue of 1111," denomination age .
110.51 11. E. Hedrick. T. N.' Farr;, -
Warrants issued durr m nth-. 'n.n inspectors and J. I." CummingS,' of 11000.00 each bearing .Hnter-; loiter wander) years-to. appar.upon about or. the to I I?. ".*. .f Roily O." T.t...
.
\ the'
est payable seml-annually at rate or.trol Is hereby to'aH ,
I whomr
: HOFFMAN Balance on' hand April SO ......23.35 clerk. District No;' 6;, Union Center, of .. per cent per annum.. maturingreepecUvely street, avenue place between, the.hour or oth of lit'Noto.. concern, Ilv.n. the .Jltb day
& [. S. M. D.OCULIST . .. from the date, of Issuance er public of O. .un I
: 2..V.D. N a.Balance C. H. Funk-Ira Wetherbee 3' It. VFive 10:00 p. m. and 1:00 a.--m.. City Tim. t..tobe. A. ; shall apply to
AND from ,a.tr.port.......$ 100.'"* Billiard inspectors V Fred Harvey a. follows: / unless said person Is accompanied an4In t. T. M. ,Murphy Judve of
OPTICIAN dollars In
; thousand five yearCPly. '
'
Court,
Judge of
To receipts duringmonth .U as Probate, for
V I the custody and the control of their .14
thousand In six .
clerk. II |I dolar. year final dlachanre.a ,
Eree Examined by 'a Regular Registered V Five thou.and In seven. parent, guardlan.or other responsibleadult Administratrix
:
Physician SS 4.CO I The (following teachers were appointed and Interest and principal yaar' peraonv'. of the citatoof Emily'O. Tatm.n deceased _ _
: .: Warrants Issued month. 1007.01 ; and that at the- .
violating- I
d.ur. Mr. and Mra. A. A. Knight Section S. Any person
: gold Its
or the office- .
.Glasses Fitted, of the equlvalent.l" of provisions of Section 1 hereof shall be will present to said Court m, ,lInal a.. t
Balance on hand April 10._._ _ii'iiti: KenanSville; Miss Almeda1 Arrovr- Tr.a.ur.r tb.. National KI. immediately taken. Into custody of a 'counts as adIninistratrixto.ald.attp,-
r Broken Lena Duplicated. I. III. 1\1. L ;smith primary department, St. Ilmm.e. or York at the C. of : police officer and detained either In ,and ask JhelrtapprovaL- V '

S 28 W. Church St. Orlando, Fla.J.l Balance from fast 'report __..t 110." Cloud; and L. L. Jordan,' Narcooiaee'.rha.ur: : Bald City notes the' to option be 1s. its custody or In the City Jail at the I Dated V April. .re A, D. lilt. '
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To . 11.17 until
said police
receipts duringmonth discretion of otle.r. T/ MORRISON.Vtloamo.S.nmo.
the of
. colored ..chool.Ther.. fur. purpose dralnaire. a.hereinabove
\ -- \ being; no the parent or guardian of minor .
set and the funds,
Balance on hand April 10-:: _. -None ther business, the board adjourned to credit and property out of the City. pledged I. notified of ..le arre.tnd said Admln.tratrlw'
: < .KIUBBS 'eV. AKERMAJIf .meet June 2nd. '- for their-. person shall be police NOTICE TO DELllqVJIII T.X.:
r"d"mpta.
W J...STKEUJKR1BBS 1I2.S1a. t tI I I Section .. and by vir> I filter until theparent or. guardian. PAYER'., ,
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f a. n. N tue of the In the of shall either come or send some responsible
AKERMAN AND STEED Balance last report ..__I 81.11 I We are proud of the confidence doc- Klsslmmee. .power Florida".t..d by. Section city 1060 ..dul person to' receive said .r. ,
:- To receipts during month __.. 40.17 tori. drug st. and the public have of the deneral Statutes of the State of I person so c.tody. and to, conduct At a hlul.r m..tnl. ; of tb.''City. l>- .'
,Att.reU .Sd Ce>._lers at Law.Klsslassaee the said City shall Issue him or her of said Counci dayof May,
in 666 Chill and Fever Tonlc.-Adv 'lorida. 11 .
), rieHda ltn: ) Prommlssory Notes for the parent or gruardlan. Provided however Ills, the following; resolution
Warrant. I..ued dur. month. sum of ,' to be stvled that no child under twelve year was Introduced and__ _unanimously
0.000.00. _ _
*3e ral ....... '. ... fate 'shall."ln-any *vntbplaced"section1 opted- V VVVVVVV '
'it e> .al1,State Valte4 PavingNotes.- 191.. of--le' --r
State* C...rt.qV ..- Balance on hand A.prll SO .... 74.14. SOLDIERS/AND; SAILORS of the .denomination of r..f-. ,. each ' Be tt .
Warrants were examined and cancelled drawing payable -!. Th.r shall be excepted R..orI that all delinquent
; aeml-annu-
.SHOULD GET Sc A MILE Intere.t all call and axpayers ,
In open session as follows: from this boys property be notified
ally at < cens
P7.,B."CrAwford Lee Jarral) General school fund .-..-.j.M,.8l.80 ....-;.... maturing; respectively per from per an the I delivery boys or other pe..ona whose it taxes the next sixty

Sub school district No. 1___. 1111." Washington D. C. ..May 13. Snator. nu.of Issuance .. follows: duties require them to upon the days a rduc.lon amounting to ten pert
CRAWFORD ft JARRELL cent of '
1 the duefor'
Sub school district No. S-. SMI Five thousand dollars\ In eight streets during; the hour herein sped- principal .tax
I ATTORNEYSATLA Sub school No. t- 1007.06 Park Trammell desires to give Five thousand dollars In nine ye.r. and who are actually on duty year prior to 1,1T. will be mad from
years. fted
: ? Sub school>> gl.trlct. No. *- t7.lt. notice to all soldiers, sailors and ma- ; Five thousand dollars In ten years.. .time and In the performanceof the accrued p.n.ll... The City Cle..i '

Offices: 4L 6. 6, and 7 Citiienav Issued Bills a.wore follows approved! d--warr&nt.1. rines 'of' Florida discharged since Five thousand dollars In elevenyearA the'their said duties age limit and who all are persons engaged within In I I. h.re t.xp.r.dlrct.d by a so personal'notify notice \

BnkBuUdn C E YowelL ...a. 1S -5S November 41, 1918, that under an act'of Five thousand 'dollars In twelve any occupation that require them to. and .. .. same la loc

4 ,lalne. Florida W C Ba... M B .u1pt.--------9 4.00W Congress approved February 28, years.Five. remain at their places of business ater paper. -
.
4 R Lanler M B P 1..____. 5.40j 1919. that they are entitled to five thousand dollars In thirteen : 10:00 p. m-' and who are en rout *.*. J.. I GILBERT..
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c. W R-OodwIn M B P I....,- years, and the Int..et and principal to: their respective-homes In the. mostdirect . City Clerk." '
DR., W. W. CARSON J B Cadel. attorney 11.110 cents travel pay from point of discharge payable. In srold. -or II equivalent. In route and without loitering
Brattoii Qul e. rent ..- t.OOPresbyterian to bona fide place of rest-,the office of the Treasurer of said Passed. In open session this Sth dar. NOTICE OrPCBliICATIOIt '
DENTIST" _.. .... of Ma,. -1111. after havingbeen .
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church rent dence. Those who for anyreason City. or at the National Bank pla..e
Office O B Woodall. Janitor sch 1__ tl.OO Nsw York City Ca.e, option of the on final readingby unanimous Department of tbrk 8.:' Land
I over Pilley Building have not heretofore this t-
Chas Levi. Janitor sch II _.,;. 10.00 received purchaser. note. to be Issued "*"*. Office at .. May a,
,, 4 O tle. Moors: I_IS. 1_tMwe MI. Albina Smith. agent ____ 80.00 !amount are entitled to the same. for the Sid of for the GEORGE W. FX *VI Wr *
g 'Fkaa* lit Residence .P..... IIOaa .. pa.ln& Attest: President
fl B Woodall. att. ofncer .. 11.00MI. Blanks for making application for City's share of pavlno.; Iradln and OILBERT. Clerk. CO.Doll
:: R h-
; AAnlnlatereA for ztrsotI.. .t V
wk 11.00 curbing certain Cityof NOTICE Is
.. Rhea PberlRO office given that
-. !Teetk '00.00 this additional' pay may be had by Approved this Ith day of May, M. JY.I
R M Evans alary ach 1 -."> Klsslmmee and the lunl. credit : Rob.rt. of Orange Center
_ __ llt.OO addressing 'the. Zone Finance Officer and of D. 1519. .
i .r Mils AlmenW Leltner. sch 1 property. said City pledsr- SEAL W. J. BTEKD!: who it lilt .
Miss Eleanor Moaeley sch 1.. 100.00 Lemon Building, Washington, D. C. ed for the .'redemption of said notes. ( ) Mayor. Hom..t.a! Entry,, No. OtljlO.' for WURani "
p LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW MUs Annie Whltener sch 1.. 100.00MI. Section I. That an election be held I-lt BE NEIL. Section 10.
Senator Trammell states that h. willtheerfullyrender
.. Pattle Martin ach 1 ._.. 100.00 ,, at 'as early date a* practicable" TownsiTlp S4 8, SI Tallah' _____
j p1 Mils Belle B Cooper .ch 1__ 100.00 any assistance possible which the question to be submitted to NOTICE! TO CONTRACTORS.Sealed see Meridian has died notice of Inten'

Miss Margaret Vea...... sob 'l.._ tO.OO to Florida men desirinjfto benefit ,,. th. electors of said City. having the ton to. make. Three-year Proof to e*.,.
Mrs F -Bryan. sch 1..;- 10.00 by thla act.APPRECIATED. "qualification ::: tbeSdtatle. Section proposals will be received by .. claim to the land abor de.' V V
Warble Buildina MUs Lola. Lawler. sc.h; 1...-.- JO.OO mob of the of the the City Council of the City of Klsslmmee. "rlbed.before Clerk Circuit Court at
Miss Lillian Prontls. sch. 1MU. --__ State of Forida. shall be the issuance County of State of .. Fla., on the ltb of
-. of aald O.ceola June, 1911.Claimant. '
notes and
.0.00
Wooldrlda .** 1 COMMENDATION saidpay. Klsulm-
.-C+ee Florida. at the City
ra. JetiBstOBO..' P. 'Oarreti Virginia Tiller soh 1.._. .0.00 ing notes; and the Mayor shall forth nice, Florida until 1:10 m., June claim. as witnesses: V.

I JOHNSTON ft Mrs MI. F C Edwards. .ch 1-._..-_ 10.00 i! fit. Cloud.' 1a., May 20, 1919. with Issue his proclamation forsaid IrdV 11, for the filling; 1; dredging Charles Jester, o( Orange Center,
GARRETT Mrs J W Trammell ach 1-- JJSXMUs Kisstmmee Valley Gazette, Kissim- election and /shall give public noticlof of approximately 100 of land ,Florida "
..
same by- said of Orange 1
ATTORNEYATLAW4p Cecelia Overstreet. aell 1 JO.OO JubU.bln ; ptocl ma. the construction of a Fishing Pier and i Center Flor-'
Thomason. sch 1, mee, Fla. lion for Issue In a Boat a Commercial Dock *,nd Ida f
Otrlcur, JO. 11 and 12"Citlaena Baal MI.S MusH Louise C- sch I.Mlsa .-.-.__.;. .0.00 I Dear Sirs. Jt "enclose herein .check newspaper published In said City 1m.m.dlat.t other B.ln., for the Improvement of' FIt of-. OraBn Center' .j4- '
Building Lillian flale. .Oh1-4--- 0.00 for $2.00, in payment for subscription prior to. the date of said the lakeshore of Lake TohopekaligaI'I :* ,
forr
''of Orange
Ruasell. sch 1-. 0.110 V i the of Klsslmmee, according 1. T'' Center;
In City .
Klsslmnae*. rJ&. _, MU* Medora, .ch I----- 0.00 till Dec. 2C., 919. Section I 4. That tb. form of ballot -to detailed plan Florid. '
Mile Ruth Clark. .1.. 10.00 I I In opinion' publish a good to Im used "at shall besubstantially I by .pell.* ,. t., W. vS "
_MI.. Jctn.; ., 8chw.lkar.cb my you a* .I.cto" cations adopted tb. Clt. Counci ?- .. ,. 1. ,
0.00 .
._
Mlu JIOII; Oulo. .ch 1__._. paper. Icongratulate you upon your V and now on file In o n.ader
Ballot Municipal Promts-
,
Towell.sch' ._ eo.oo . \rftcla .. 0.
j -- I Mile Emma MeQuarrle.. cob-1MU -. ".00-. successFlease- _. Election June 7.. Kit, City 10.Bach' proposal ',nuet' be/accompanied IfOTICB.'

MUs. Nellie Fannlo A 41.00., lob 44_ 11I.00 I : mailme.receipted bill, and Of Klsslmmee. Florida VVMJea b,.. a certified check Issued by .' 8tal "
CarrieN.Bdrls, sch 1.: .. ,,11I.00 o11ig4e ; '*'. ". cross before the or National Bank;-pay able at S.I.d 114. j're.IYe'by the
; CaeSON'FHRPlERSELLS Mrs Hodt-es. sch e_.*-. 55.00Mr ., question, of, your, choice. the: order of the City of Klsslmmee, . of*
1 Miss Myra acK, 10.' "iMU 55.00 Very trtly yOUn'R. for the' -sum'of (11000.00) One Thousand OsoeolaCounty ltl Florid. up to-10 a. _
: C Bunard.A Bailey&cn, 11-----......._, \In.1I1) .V N.. JOHNSON, Receiver. Vote for-- Dlar. Said propa must' be m. June thousand Jnd Twohundre'
H nrtr
N NO. 1 ,
Lee.oh 16-----. ..., ,'111.00 HS.'OOO.OO Dralnaa-e l'romis.sorrNotes. > .. a sealed endorsed 1
Mr. Laura ... '. 11'01 lug and one thousand: sacks of "
.
\In"..,. aeh 16.4 50.001 .' to'the City Clerk and marked. .brlok FThe .
MI.. Kate Cap j
Jessie Doollttl .111 11...' Wild flowers that used to cover our V' Proposal for Klsstmnxse Bulkb.adImprov.ment. Board reserves "C
: tb.rl..h& to re",
Mis Mertl Fletcher .c.b 1..* 10.00loll. land with., beauty are rapldly"'dlsap.peazing. Against IK,000.00 Irln..e, Prom. Certified 'ob.ck..of'. aH V eot-any.and all

,. . . ., .. KtherIfle' Shaaoan..cb 11 1'.0.00_: 90.00: If those who gather the mlssorjr Not. will be returned'un.uc..aulbldd.r. J. rdVR TRE1."ff .'

1 and Miii. Marr. Flo..ce.Ty.on. cob 11__... ,,30.00MI. i flowers 'would be satisfied to pull ;rVot for one. "" -. also the check of the .successful bid. *of. the. 1, : _ _

c .Fire'.' Life, Accident Mid.. EmmS LIIU.n Id.. .ch 1'1.....: .0.00 0.00MI. only a few blossoms instead-of filling For. 110.000.00 Street Paving;Note.' del on execution_ Of the contract andbnd t,

; *" MI.. Star, 11 : their arms with' hem,- and would bidder 'bidder V NOTICB ,OF JBLBCTlOlf.'
o-oMTiie. :: 10.410 successful or ,
>> .
Health Plate Glass. Liability .. 'Fleda cob Against $10,000.00 Street .
: 1 ,10.00 take 'care not to' disturb 'the roots, Pvlna will be required to give bond In the '
.eh 1 'I'lTs
.. Jn
>0\._ -', .. ;: Miss VL.OttI campbell Doollttl..ch 11.!:: 10.00: there weuld.be enough flowers another I ,Notes., sum of Twenty per cent (10%) of the Laws compliance of Florida.'.with lls notice Chapter. ,.' '
Mice Ola Is hereby
amount of his or''their bid or
__.. 11II.00J
and, ...Boiler Insurance. MPsI MarT 4ddl.On. .cb 41. S7.00I year for other 'people. Section'C. Should the of such bond to be' bid given that an.. be held ail;
Ut.'acto. te
,' ..r;; ._ .., F BaU.?. tr..n.port', .PtU. 6.0o 1 said promissorynote* be llt.ne. City Council. Jnlon Center Osoeola. County, Flo,,

:Left -Bonc4e 4 Executed. MOdeFfl'SC ID :'BlTarot.,labor Supco.naps. and :. -1 0.80 1.51LopfOr RECOMMENDED BY UNCLE 4MALARIA.by said the- re.lr notes majority-shall"' then The CIT Councl.. U reserves bldsiCople ,=the -rightto .. Id.n. Thursday.speial Tax,June School S th.District.A. D. No..
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; JEjv *' 1 1; '* C w Orif0n.SUPPieC ---- .'.95.85 ;; ., according- to law without .I..ua. *' of_the plane 'and "specidoltions for the purpose of d.termiatar'Whonsi1aervsaa.s
"""" "* eVPratherblllc -ast. < LSAMV + hooL trustees .
: FOR the Counalt sltall'bsfore maybe obtained-for- the .um of of said \ _ _
'N".J- 5.10 _ _
I .. &mc 11& ., ', C B .'Yow.la.- rep.typewriter ... U.II \.J.j t o'r.: : VV :. ; ,; provide by Ordinance aue1', I..u.ac(5.00( from Alan,'J, MacDonough., City district for jtb. .-two .; next 'after -
. . J_ t A B Vaac.' r.eiptbOOkS..: ', aald'note' at or'.nay the> election, and to fix t' number of , '
I clock r.nt. ___' '..00I Q'sVDItbe'fltNT.; :: : Iagre4Uieats tlol 1aturty..a4 mn..lnerl KI..tmm.Florida mills of district _hOG1' to b.lev.7..
.' the Kn.Slneer.
T.l vo 1 the-payment of t (
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RI Brp'aI- .25. to OujfleuVtlle lO' .of..tke Faatoai Malariaj . Section .., Should the : Issuance of ie&.Snd' 'oU.ute4 said two' }
.c OFFICE ,Still"'Bilk BalltJll" .1'" H 80mm..tt reD.'to .lft car .1..11: .. said paving notes be. ,\by r" BOROH: VT. \x ''F.*i"g.r."v '<. ,
: : ; : KI." .i i j JUediciae Dh Wiffiaju ,? .1 I the qualified/electors. o aatho..l.e eti I V ''Presldent'of the olL I Thefollowing; are .appointed'to set. _
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"J Q-. i.t c Wlfl.oneoll: : at said election)" C' H. Ira
: : j ,W ," j f. .. Klsslmmee vote underSection' 1.;, K.. .QILBKRT!: CityCVrk. Funk
qualf.dto I
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h_ _' 'Nat,: 101 Tis <; J. K. *
o.oa. Hdw Co supplies SJ.10JTM e.- ,, 1060 of ;; J. MaebONOUOH. Hlltlard-. Into
oopr.,,'labor. sch l.....w-ife= ,}. I :The 'United States.i Public 'HealthService' the City.cunol of th.-Clt- Jorlda AIN City Engineer. ll-4t ,Fred Rarvey."Cierk, T., -
- .Don order-of Board'Of Pub'v
by tne
M'Fertlo. .ob. 11-; ".HJ slmmee, pledge'Itself to expend -, I'
.; \ ._ B W.'C arGo. Co".upplle.. ..cb.l.i.11.01C.atnl ; ',at Washington! recommends' the.prooed. of said (,notes- for : 'PEED'' : A' V 'lie Instruction la and forthe County', _

.-: ,,.VI raOMPSON ';: \ Drus;*Bto....- supplies.. .J-J5 'quinine tel.malariato.which:; every the payMent .. City'sshar. .of. :, ,., '.X 'lOIC, V ,'ofOsceola State 'ofPlorld..Jhl..th.. "" ,,e, _ _
of .
of day Maya ;
State. Bank. payment note;_ 7> reputablephyaicianaKTeea: :This 'Uoneof pavingcrradlng'andcurb' : 'NOTICE .IS'',HERBBT. :ThatA. A UI. .
OIEJ. Attest: : BASftROBT .
Ingthe following ; I J.
: Tiiiieral 1 Dirtdxtf Sill" 0..."... drilling. 'ciadetll10.0'' i._, 1t.00R' the. ingredients in the popular: Clay ''Street from.tr..t.-"'Limits-: to. I, I Fox purchaserof' 0.r11f I' V 0 i TWEL : Chatr50.
pupil .
trans CIt .
: .Thomas malaria Xtnedlcine} Drv Williams Nov Bermuda 'Avenue 78 1. ''tit : i _____
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poh 'l---.t: It.Ot \ 1" wid. 80 co' aosrdofpub334tI'
; sos si* .0
)-Brown. eervlcea 755 TM T17. 61. ,, nOj up ;
. .. [ V V Bermuda ( 11. : ,
VV 101 .,.jwbicb V B.twen' M.Clay : _
t ;' ;. .s;;, V ; "r.:a.. ..< 'No. SPs4. r 7onlc.. .is prescribed by'qult ,' A..nu. ,. '\lt.t Xl'.ISI. BIS" 1C*. SI*. I40r .h..nd ,. "
i"- ' MUs -M>ra Hodr.s.-sch-?*?.>:iI.. U. *a-number of' prominentphvsfJ fltreetaiyl ,I.I, : jAvtnae ,_1.date.theifth.. day of Auar.st. 114 t-: RXECUfOR'. V' ' .

;) ; AND Ji Mr. C A. Bailey Ben-H_*?.,' VIQ,00 .claaa thnaout the.malaria belt: Th e ysay .. Penfleld'Avenue.,' Between.Bermuda aald certificates; mt office.deed V''lOc".or, 'Discharge. .. \
4'4 ... a 00.00 V
.? for tax
has mad I '
V Bch Bup Co. maps : V ,
applc.Uon'
theyr::ret tettcr'Tresults froni itwlthVth.ir ,Avenue, and Clyde.Avenue, ,.. .II feet. and. . law. Bald I .
In
/tMBALMfR C L- BandyT.oommTsslonsS7.00- ; 0 :. V la'CeejrtC; .tyJadsre,
V ,
: cfNS( / H.C' 7 lIartl.y."ppll.. .- i -*--: 11.41 patients than If'they'prescribed -!l l wld.- Avenoe" and Neptdne certificate ,embrace the followlsr. ".. .. ...: 0. : .

V -. .. : . Chaa) Lovl att offloSt'e33.00: ; straight .quinine..,,.Dr.. "' Williamsrtio. ." Drur' ,Broadwayand Roao., scribed property V In Klsslrarnee, City. ..."C.U Lewia F..r.. ,'*' A t _
k1 ..... : '..:,. City Gf fit CLoud.WateFlSZYOO: ,"..no.o.ol.Hdw 101 Boulevard-It feet I DsoeolaCounty, .; State of Florida, ,toW r '
: Tonic not only contains wiee. ;
' : VOO book ea...._ '[T'.IO Neptune .. Boule' ii'and' Kotfts Is given "a It '.
We.t'et'l4U.
;.; .3tOIdCP.1.8t.WZtAY.: ' .,, I-. :V" K .. :F.... V H." quinlna- V which, kijlf; the jnalsrisl yard. to R.a .* -feet wide. Nf..L.t. : ,may, 1.r 'on the 11h day ._ _

: U.Xlsalmniee' '' -, Fla ;;. ;. MI.. ''tva'Nl'swonsrer. .cr ,ij... !"'.00 perm but abo iron, which Is a'iplon-I' L'W.'J. Btted.Mayor.pf' the City 01.I No 771 .Wty Ro.Lot* Addition.* Block; I,'- September .A;' D. 1, "',' I to ._ _
LIT a A Honorable, ,T.. M.
V commissions i Klsslmmee, 'do 'herebypro the '
.r14 Bandy*' did..tonic, and Increases; the. appetite?. Florid. ', W.rpb'L..3uda. I" 'T
.
a TmmM.' Slid a special VNot* Robl..on..Ad.ltlon of aald Court as I
-VB. B. O. We.
f 1
.ob.t. "
; 'e.lm WoodaU'a Sub. .
5 p.00 The 'third' ingredient is magn...!.: by the elector of aald, No. formy'final' discharge a. _ _
AA Kolgrht. Vh,: 11 :". .- City; lot (5 'of Florida Lend l.n4Improy.m.nh ? _ _
Mr. A A Knl ht, sch II a.'_.._-,, ,...110 which regulates'the. bowels'. .Dr. Williams qualified to vot lna note election un. [ Company's Addition; of the estate"-of Lewis IL" Coho >de-<
M.'TILLER'Real N.Kdrls, sch '_i.'. 10.00 No.' 101 Tonic 'der the Fiorida"will be held t c..dl) and that-at th.same time 'I. _ _
Mr. Carrie .is.therefore a In of 'I' No. til Ix> .18. i*. 1 C- than.Chard's AnaV _ _
the Executrlx -,
at City as '
1hi1Upa,Bra.jtght.eOrO.flP: : tt.4tModern tb..O.el Chambr. Subdlv. of lot of' Florida present aoouQt ;
wellibalancedefficient i .
remedy. Try '. .
hoar of
.al .tat.
regular I
,
1.00
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,
Bch Sup Comaps; lor' _ _
durin& Land and Improvement CompsnpAddition.
\ .' ".1' a ,bottle.' Your...druggist'can'. supply of votingon dayofJneVA.D . V '" theirapproval.. I" '
commissionsi : .
V
: 'Estate :Agency :i C ,i> 'Bandy ; V V V . # .,; ,
i ; .. '. " ' lU''upoa'tb. lu..tlon.ot cont..et-1 D..ta tl. _
OH Fadfrett. bauI1nw'--.;"J you. f a'loan of THOUB. No. 7 si tot BhoemakerB' Sublv: F.I..n 1th. ,
... .. ... .. 'tM V Ins FRTY.FII "
.OOlJOOIiJ
-- --- - OH radgett haulingrteats-; IWMMMMXMWMXI WMMMMMWMXMOMMM of of Blok HI B.Addlto..r ,
: '. AND forty lf.o-a-m-. Exeutrx ,
? '0.'LD. N..5 r.*.. : DLRI.- 0 SubdlV. V
; : Realty bought; and sold. i C -L 'Bandy .commissions -.i.... %7JT < five DOLLARS of and ONE the THOUSAND - Of No Q.I Bass' Addition. .> '. V
V ._. 11.011 LEGAL : h proceeds No Begin 10 ft. N. of SB'corner lOIC or RXrC1OR'
Houses F;BaIlY. tran. -pupil--- ADVERTISEMENTS fromthe vale ? said note to I .t l
; rented. .
t ] Block, U Ban' West, 00' ,
' ? V V' V 5. 3. n.'ti. a mm- be expended for, the* purposes.aa.votedIn ? Ad"lton ft _

V V Taxes paid and Titles reriHed'; ; C" It Bandy-., commissions '........' ''IT: I. .fore+TOlnir. Resolution I North No.71 So ft All, East Block-TVt, Bass 60 Addi. f. .Ceert. ...ty' Jd.eiat7..I. "
V
*; ii,for non-resident:' ::. '# ' ,Prof.,.ItML' ; : ,,Evans,-:a1t ar ld,'before 'Take'V notice. thatiwlll WOT1 'on.V'the' '.third'V I eld''and notes Inr, to b manner, Issued, as upon set forthIn the tion,:.except, '- South V '. *, .JO: ft.' of' B *t V IITM '*' o"l.atale: e<, I."!! ...

V :: Fire-Life aadAc ;deD.r.-.; .: board and- 'irecommended Tuesdayof .June.' ..1..or, .. : soon.' said Resolution-of, the .Council of, feet. ; IsiS* : Jas.eerr! IJlly ,V ,
:, the' ;, No.' .Y .I..t
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V '" 1 thereafter as I may bi>heard,'apply, the City -of, Klsslmmea n ,May .t..., Nortb"1! t.of'BIo1 Notice givento all-whom ,
! V V, sufancav: ;r' "\, ,1 '. that' on aceoUbt'or *Mf hot 'weather for a 'pardon. 'forAVhlte: .wl'o..wa. 1'1',. a< ooy'1 of which' |s herelnabove.set V'l5ot', Tdlt Dcxiii '55 ftth of Nil It, may tb.t' the list,day ,, V*_ _

:' : Bond vZ,'. 't' the military' drUL.in" the', O ceua convicted of :';murder at the. Borlno out and 'teobllshed. > .- V"I' corner Block Cl. Bass' Addition .Houtit of July'8no..1. 1 I Shall apply/ theflonor&'ble'T. _ _
Indemnity teYmof ,th. 0.0.011i 'CCcnant,' Circuit .
,..' .' .... CO\JDty"m"' -h 'School bevdiscontinned: Court, .In: ItlS.vAnyone, desiring; may,;;:hereby Thei.foUowIngqualified'votersart appointed to .serve> aa G'lo.r. ::0 f.', "W..t..... .t'' North, "511 fl.'Ea.st6No. . a* .. M.Murphy. .Jld., ..my of *fin.al.Cour ...

V ....... ................... for' the'remainder' of k the?term.The then be. heard ..Olltthe- merits of. the' or '..ld "Dedal .Not. Election' SOO *: "4Bs.i4': Aadltlon. aa Executrix the estate '

L ,. :.. ,__ :___"_______________ 1.1__.. tt board ,meted Ion; the. recommendation application.V V "'.: Wm..CJDGE"t..lt '-,.. ': *- """ _-'- I I N..>J. )t..WIU.on JrvH-C Kats..v,, Stanford-,_f," .' i.; "J- ane". ' of.James .. LUd.c.a and\thatatthe ,,
V ? *' -'*' t. _
1.1. -7 nd
V and ordered. the driLl dl.contlnued.o'r' -- ;!' bare Not SOItx>t U'tot"'n'It .1. pr.t' '
'Attorneyfor
Petitioner
IN
I IV V f .WITESS' WIDIE.I S4 tt. Ind al as estatat,.. _ _
JxNut..lx
.COUDt. &d
V board took the matter of-the Nor a. '
V 'up of "
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t_ ', ..Klsslmmee. Florida, and cause $06 ft. of'WH,.Block. afPrOX.LDll .
.Acree'a claim for. .relmburie- City p .', ,.
c.' : I iJAj&VTIOr4i .. R, Mat hews. Addition.- Dated, February
ed the -corporate-'seat-otjald to
: ment of moneys,he ha4 'paU out for PRQCI be.. hereto affixed, and the e me, athe No. .. W% of.- ..tBlook'q..Pt.1: -w. V ACJ.WDER.;*,

FRESH FISH private-teacherafor'bia children, and . ;; of' .c "__;: i-' ..;.,t.etedby. CIT CI.rk,hl* TtJr 0.7ofMa rick's Ad41toNo t.c'Blcok,2."Don.. 1..mo-ro'

.ctln von the advice* : ; : .. Subdlv. of NH of REH o( NE .NOTICBl or ADIIUaATa'r. ;

-r_ NO-- J attorney, the claim:wai:not:.allowed.N tinder''
....,. .. ,'.' "ii' ?; ,'H.,' Ballard.'iptlncip &thASt (BEAL) i I .. '
., : y.atedItmrby'the ollowingr R.ao.. 7.'V 3.O7aflfl1V ran'* Subdivision of -NJ*;, of SRU of :C. Btr Stt'
.. :>> Cloud.UIgh School filed,hla;;appuea- .Uon-. of the Council" of',.the City of .tt.tJ" .. ;'_ EH et3iWLSIction'15Tp' tl I.'c.\.r.a.-Oaee . .
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... .' ''3 -T - -cl.rlf, .t.Clt,. ,.C' ... 'S. I .. "
: O STER'S tioif.foi-T lntlnant wHh -app I ;
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-V Ks'tai j
,.. r- ::t 'V "NvCarson's 41V-LM. U : I 't'm e .f aaarAd l.Notice -
.. . that \the salary, 'b. raJaed to 5U'If y'.. /" .. NECESSARY dltonl-.pc1BJok' : I* hereby. a-lven te."U wbo.I .i
I'
k
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.1 oardthouaht' QUACTOS' I *.. ( \
( .... j.'k._ 'J-. $226.00$;per 'month.The > : *' .NOB.-MS. m.y' cern'that oa. .aJ,
VV ?> ..ri> 'tA1"oount to' muchi"forth.Vui1.ii1id no.. .tlo"'J"r'On4lnJflfo'' "' the. Isualuie IN.J N Lot 10 Block C o ousgsns"Subdlv.ision A, D. Itn, 1 shall .
** ( "'by o .. _. ; .: ',** of of '01 SBtt 'and BMef Ipt.mMI.. T. M..Murphy .plJ
: .. SIMON MiRiiN clams of' the school,'but: lorfJaof: Promissory; Kotee for. the t''.- ELECnOII SEH'ifBBMo/sXBl: .. Section ,IINi'tt. I said as 3udge of P'obate" ':, ,

wasi1. wsUinff'< "'frnak* "th."";laaJjur/! thtrpoee" of 'CnntrictlJi, *; a" loan for 1 ,-' fi,,"."jitl: r 5i ? $ ,' ? *l2tV I"'... frWoe '. -, I my egr ... as Admt.lstrntor cf ,
--._- The7 saerlnten- the ''live'.of City. thd Proceeds" ,\1, '- V . *. VPUokrlst th. estate of Sarah J Addl deceased
.. =- '., 1200.00per:month.. be 'irz"'pen404 for th. Purchase and "AD..MAMAS'; t>' tr* Addition. ', \ i "II
.J ::._ p" .. ; and thatUt the same time prea' ,
a S
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--< r. "' .-: ... / '- I-'Efo.k3.-'pi1- i a
.. _.A.- _A.h._-.,'''_'Y'7 ..-, Operation- a V 4ternr-. Na,-44e-.L.t. t aad as-;
___ 1 !_-_ o '" Further Purpose of- Favn.OradInt'and. 'l Christ ,V .-": I ldCan-.e ? '
'iL'
'\ ,cldi Cao* Ori M .yiiqigi .!. < Cprblnr Certain ... Street! ta th." i" 'Jltl' V' No.. .1"I.Aedltl.n L . .. their appro . .tt. &

..... __ said1*Citr-of Kleslmmeei: and for"the ,. Un1 H.bb.1. .lok.1 1tor Dated ,' D.1llP.--
t'aWlita.QIIaIM.. Sabralsston .of the Questiontraetlnc 'of- Con-, : I B1ook I Apri'1.4'A 4
... '" T....... ..1r .. .. .die D, 'WAeEB. '
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i i.f said Ix>an to an- Election* = ; "
t .I ;....V.nQ( ..,W. .... IS :., '.j Pre4ded or SeoUoa' l.iO Qsheral : HTntJald aM."bJaj'&sess.LMth. &I-'; ,44.ia5trstefb. ,
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.' ,IItlfINT THE,'mSIMMEE VALLEY.'GAZETTE.. FRIDAY, MAY 30,. llffc \ 'I .. ':;.

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j ., ....... 000 ....O 0 ...,.....,-'-:'.0."'000.-0.. o, .tO 0 0'0) .... ... ..0'0 .Ho.oo'.o- 0 0, 0 .. t.. ,but a volunteer army without the m.

: tin| of military,, discipline; 'an army;
which ,every member- '"wasmoved CHURNSx' .
,.by the same patriotic desire-to be of

service and equally entitled to the .... ,
rS i'BIGSILKSAL 1 I -r rSATURDAY".MONDAY '' credit for Its achievement; without
!.'other' remuneration than the satisfaction The Daisy Churns are the top-notchers of 'the' churn l.amilT't i

arising from the knowledgeof We have them with either glM or metal, containers*, and ranging in,

The service fact that well'Your done.county or' division site from.bne'quart to four gallon. Butter making' is easy with '

failed to reach: its goal: in th< them and it does not lake 'a prophet to foretell the look of joy on,

final ,attack does not 'detract from ,the housewife's. face-when she put aside the. big roll,of'yellow butter.-.
your' conscientious effort and. you .
Saturday .anjt Monday Only we offer' our entire "'stock !Jf'SII -8ot may feel proud that 'you served. until --' 3b
the. final battle was won. ..- RED CROSS AND DREAMLAND -
l a Yours' very truly,
HAYNES McFADDEN, A bunch ofp Red Cross Mattresses have just .been received and'

l'' Executive Chairman. they are the ultimate thingin\) comfort .They ire made under legal 1

; Reduction of,20: .' f'er' Cent' .. FIRE .PEPARTMENT: occu- 'inspection,. and each one comes in separate Icarton, ''unt.ouchedIl'onJ ;l
*' and therefore perfectly: sanitary. We
I' -?* PIES EW' QUARTERS factory to consumer, ,
; I have' also a supply of the Dreamland Mattresses. These also' are-

' M TJie: Volunteer fire department has the product ,of the _best..processes..a1 _rgoacrLful; :fabrication, and'!:]

__ _._ :_ _Our..Sole-ol1.Loces'-oud Embroideries-isTstill-on' wlth'aYgoodstockT been granted new quarters for its we are sure that if you take an excursion to the lahd"oT"Of ama n ,
,fire engine and equipment, and has will decide that they rightly named "preamlandV"BUGS ;
,are
to select 'rom. moved them into the concrete building -, one you

on Darlington; avenue, owned by ,

. H.The Fleming old engine, house near the- A. '

R ..r'; ':; .t. H. .S-TANFORD CO.. "I I C. freight for some depot time has, been but the unsatisfactory new-I i C "See the many. many bugs-the buggy'bugs! . "

quarters promises to be more accessible How they flutter through twilight,
and convenient and! will enable Causing. us excited shrugs! '. .- '

the boys to keep everything: in better How they ruille. rustle, rustle +r 4t't'
4., O-OM-4H.... o..o H .O'OH-H-O.. .. I
.. condition. In the dreamy air at night; . '
: '- Flipping flapping on the highway -
t1' NOTICE.. I the class in the mysteries of the or- BANK RECEIVER BRINGS SUIT.R. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Booming buzzing the by i;
on way
der. The new members were: Mrs. OF OSCEOLA HIGH SCHOOL
The physicians of Klssimmee, Fla., M. Johnson as receiver for the .
Under each electric
i I Randal Keen, Mrs. Pringle, Mrs. W. First National Bank of St. Cloud, today : light.
| w h in view of universally 'changed condition and the lessened value of mon- Crafton, and Percie Oliver and on a promissory note...from L. E. Allen. Till they whisk about our whiskers 1
tf' and after due consideration: of Thatcher Johnson. H.Ingram, the declaration stating And !
}/'S : ey I At the conclusion of the ceremonies Girls' Chorus. go mugging af our mugs :S
the conditions existing here and else | the company was refreshed in that thousand the dollars note was are Involved.Tampa overdue. Five- I, ."A Christmas Anthem." Oh, the bugs bugs bugs! .

... where, have Decided ..thatt'\ Is i necessary ,the banquet hall where they were Times. Leah Herzberg. The night is two shades darker from the bugs! t
2. "The __
s for them to revise their schedule ,served with sandwiches, cakes! coffee I Hopkinson Smith.Jo.Tramp. Violinist". F. The above verses were writ a thoughtless scamp up in e

' .L of charges. Therefore, beginning : sand lemonade. AGED CITIZEN DIES"SUN. .. Makinson. Baltimore a. number of years ago I before> Fenole was discovered. Had '

June the First, 1919, the follow GILBERT-SAUNDERS. DAY AT COUNTRY HOME 3. "Force. to the Utmost".Wood- he waited till now there would have been no need of his inflicting" "

t ing' prices will prevail: row Wilson.Murray such a "pome"on a long-suffering public. The bug question is set-
Day time visit In town _____,$ 3.00 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gilbert announce J. B. Garner, .who has suffered a Overstreet. tled now. and Fenole did it. No fear now of ants roaches, flies,
the engagement of their Selections from "The Bohemian
f;, .. Day time visit in country, mileage (daughter, Ella Mae, to Mr. Bob*EVerett ..,north lingering of the illness city, died last at Sunday.his home He Girl" ______________._______ Balfe. mosquitoes, or even the sociable Cimex lectularias, for Fenole. i i.
per mile ________ _,-- T JO-;,; Saunders of Jacksonville, the came here a few years ago from -- 'High School Orchestra? -death-to them all. WE SELL FENOLE. t
.; Nlghe visit in town _"_____.___ 6.00 marriage to take place at the Metho- : Pittsburgh, Pa., with his wife, hop 4. "Jack" _______ Stewart Phelps r.Osceol.a

Night.,_Ml Jn country. mileage _j ldiet church Kissimmee, at noon,June ing..,the. climatewould benefit his r Jeanette Prevatt.
.
c
., 19th. No Invitation wm'e1ssued.. 5. "Drafted" ______ Vesta
health Thrap.
and they were living on their
_____ '
mile ________ 1-501
per I but all friends are cordially invited country place when death Matty Elba Stanford.
came.
; Office visits __________$1.00 and up. to witness the ceremony.N Funeral services were held at the 6. "Mississippi Contested Elec Hardware Co.

' Obstetric cases in town (Nor- I' residence Tuesday, Rev. W. H. 'Cole- tion" _______________ S. 'S. Prentice. ,

mal Labor) __________u__ 25.00 CARD OF THANKS. man officiating, and the body wa.. I Joseph Sears.
I "That Little Peach"________W. H.
laid to rest in Rose Hill cemetery
,
i, Obstetric cases In country: mileage Mrs. Fred Adamson wishes to Neidlinger. Located on Kissimmee's E
a I II thank the neighbors and friends for Mr. Gamer had reached an ad-
It may be charged extra vanced and leaves besides Boys' Glee Club. -
acre his
t' their kindly assistance during the BUSIEST CORNER
.
I 7. "The Death Disk" Mark Twain
)
(Signed sickness and death of her .hpsband, widow, one son to mourn his )loss.
Alpha Westfall.
T. M. RIVERS
and for beautiful! flowers. 8. "Stars and in. Flanders"
ALL HONOR, TO LIBERTY Stripes ,
V f'e H. S. GEIGER .______...i.._Seymour S.Tibbals. OOOOOOOOO.
i M. J. HICKS THANKS SALVATION ARMY LOAN ARMY IN AMERICA Lois Overstreet. OO..O.OOOOOOOOOOOO..OOOOOOOOO.OO.OOOOO..

< E. DERBYSHIRE I The Salvation Army wishes to I 9. "So Was I" __._______Joseph I
22-St. W. L. WINN. thank each and every individual who Atlanta, May 20, 1919. Bert .
4' I contributed to our Home Service Mr. C. A. Carson Chairman, Kissim Smiley.J.. J. McCranie

Si SPLENDID MEETING OF REBEKAH Fund. We simply asked you to help meet Fla. I "Serenade d'Amour' F. von TJlon.
; us help humanity and you most wil Dear Mr. Carson : When the history Decision of Judges; and Award of
;. 7 LODGE. llmglv, cheerfully and liberally gave of the great world war is writ- Medals. v R. S. FLOYD
'ten the Liberty Loan of America
4 of your means. We will see that army I -
s The local Rebekah Lodge celebrated your money 'goes in the cause for will\ be given high honor for its EXPRESSION RECITAL. ,
the advent of seven new members 'which you gave it. share in the winning of the victory.Our .
o I We furthermore wish to express forces were an army in their NEXT THURSDAY NIGHTThe "
Friday night with a splendid meeting "
4 our thanks to the men and women determination and accompplishment; .... .
,' ? at their hall, which was attended who, were instrumental in raising the --' - - Department of Expression of
by more than one hundred people, quotas for the counties. You have Why Not ',the Kissimmee schools will hold the
Spend Your Vacation
the members of tb. Kissimmee or- done well. God's blessings be upon at ,annual recital at the High Scho.ol auditorium :
Groceries
; Kanlzation, and of the Orlando lodge both giver and worker. Thursday night, June 5th, andFresh'Meats '
p; Mta Anderson of Orlando brought ROBERT F. KERSEY, MERCER HEALING at 8:45 o'clock. ,
4 daWn the full drill team to initiate Manager Orlando Zone. Miss Heten Bass, teacher of expression
j SPRINGS ; .will .be .assisted by the!! pupils
of Miss Beals and Miss Water
Up in the MOUNTAINS OF WEST man of Winter Park. .
VIRGINIA. where the air is pure I The program for the evening follows '
f ;Where :to Spend the Summer and nights cool The water is cool, : .
sparkling and cannot be .
pure; -surpassed Thursday--June 5,- 8:45 p --m. .
for the cure of stomach; kidneys 'I Intermezzo from Opera"" "Cavalle- '

x If you would avoid'.the, tiresome' 'expensive 'journey. to th bladder; makes or one any feel form like of skill a new diseases ria Rustlcano High Sch-------P. Mascagni.." :!" -'M'., .,... ,-'. 'c,. ,.'c, .. ,,.. -
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mountains "' person. For booklet of information Reading,. "Old ..Flagt ,:;..,,Hubbard t 'Ir. ; : } ..
this summer. but still, enjoy. 'the,. pleasures'. of a change of address R.' G. Meadw. Prop'r, at Parker,, _. ,.5 -M ,i',."fty* '. f Phoirite,176, 302'Brocidw'a'y" .
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u NOTICE TO PUBLICThe "Jocelyn" _.-._? Benjamin Galard, ,

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'to earwater known .. the II. W. Clark Hat Eugene Reading Fields.b. *. %"The Night. Wind' ," C.:: A. CARSON. President. : : N. BRYAN"T -, Secretary- ,

Co., baa been mutuany'diaeol.ed "Mother Sex" -Anonymous.; i '

; 6. , with, its beautiful shady streets, its miles of seashore, magnificent: and the Parcel Poet. Florida and ". Theta' Phsy. THE'WATERS & GARSON :
general Mail Order business will Reading; "The Shepherd Dog .of' : : GROCERY CQS4i

tv"a bathingbeaches:_.wid _al _Jbe_ .accompanying tractiods: .. splendid) fishing be-conducted by Mr...: AT' ; Bennett "the'-" ,,Pyrenees"a.EUen. Leah 'Herzberg. ':-Murray. -'
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+ : boating\ ', and every known out-of-door sport. Rates for furnished under the' > firm naine. of C, '& ,B. Vocol ,Solo.,."1 Bring You Hearts- -- Dealers. in 1

f Bat Co.'Your easf, C.-_'-"-.._.._ Gena Branscombe
t .''homes, 'rooms.and hotel accommodations ::are'surpriiingly' low, work f will be done underMr..Bennett' ':.::: .<, Cornelia Lancaster. ,x "' $ MR)
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'WriW'u'forfurther i information 'JICI'SODal] .anpertla- M.-
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.vre .have to 'offer,' jS .AGENTS] >WANTED James W.. Riley.' ":.,.. ' . -- -- ..
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