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: June 6, 1919
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00910
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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,'... .:The Tuesday'nl.lrht meetingrW of'the were successful bidders for the section ALL'MEMBERSARE"URGED'' .TO 'ATTEND.I' :That the TuckeiTiBrtck-O; ':can-and-! Right here ts where trouble .
: city council will, b. memorial of the Dixie Highway ,between : ,( the bahran. -
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will ft,
1. ? .',the dty'of KI..lmme.'m.akiq here'and Campbell station., While + AS.b1ItTIERS'OFIMPORiANCt rO 'THE. em'WlLL make paring,brick commercially: 'When the machinery wan>, installed ,, .
: '.its entrance Into an era of progress they have been In, Kissimmee" : ,";< from-cypress sawdust and, hydrolin !It failed to do the work expected : :
:i*;..,' ,'for the letting of the .contract for short' time they are ,already looked t COME' .p FOR. CONSIDERATIN. has been' definitely determine,. and expensive of it.and. a Iong, /tedious and

f' bulkheading the lake _.shores of To- upon as citizen ,hereandJnteresled .. It Ia. only a' matter of a abort' time and period' of tearing down z
;. Iliopekaliga, a"vista of unlimited development in .the advancement of. the! place,.rS.L. now till the factory will 1>e turning stockholders.rebuilding ensued until the '
' "+1- will open up before 'her. :Lupfer.who is connected with the : ,them out at the Wteof J twenty thou abandon: 'were well night "readyto ,
!I. LFIRSILETTER _.__ _ I the
,The 1. uu sand a day. project.when W. A* ,
fir contract was let to the firm of firm in the bulkhead proposition is n _ McCool +
> ; who is interested
.. lurphy, Maloney &. Lupfer,.for'19e' one of the wheel horses in the city's For''more than tare year experi in the company !
+ t'per! cubic: yard. fOrtMtul., which business circles. It is eminently fitting : scents have been going on at the .came the rescuer' ;

.. a". basingthe work on the 'engineer's. ,.that.a firm so closely identified RECEIVED HERE; plant in this city, and thousand, of of Mr., McCool is blm.elfaD inventor,
,' figures would be.ap'Pl'Oximate1y, .- with Kissimmee and so, thoroughly ; dollar have, been expended for ma.chlnery note and skilled in matters per
v'r.\ ;140. This bid' was-$8,500 less than famtltar"with the' conditions existing and equipment, wnich turned taining machinery., He stated ,his
I I ''the bids submitted bgJ....- W.' Keg- here should\ have the bulkhead in Ollt'tO be worthless. As fact aa one belief that what! had been accomp
Kin 'of Plant City,, and $16,000 less charge andis' auspicious of a' satisfactory 'BY difficulty was Beamingly overcome lished In a small way, could be done,
a: >*than, the one .made,.by ;"Edgar Chapman -. ,; completion of the project. T AERIAL I THIS WEEK another 'would crop up to. baffle the teered on a commercial to basis, .lJd 'Toi D-'
take the matter ;
1' . ; of ,Tampa. t The bids submitted to the .council. promoters, and the public had become 1 and endeavor push.-'it to
a successful *
< The successful firm mad..n o1'er'of decidedly skeptical
follows as to the
as : .
195.000- for; the completed work. '' -_'J+ inal',.,.outcome. I conclusion.. This offer n w. as.
,but this{ 'was" turned down by. theo Edgar Chapman.Per .The* first'letter to arrive in':!,.Klsslmmee' -excellent place for a permanent The idea.of 'making>' paving( 'brick cepted and Mr. McCool secured': the' ;.

council in .favr of, the bid on a cillc.tionr. yard .,-_----____ 22tte by aerial mail came yesterday ,landing field since it is within .easy I from sawdust and hydrolme services ,of" P. C., Buttorff a skilled.
I Fill ?-...:..:....._...w .r.r-$ 90,000 ; :flying distance"from Carlstrpm and conceived by /.. was'. originally mechanic, and together they have '
Murphy Maloney &: Lupfer placed Wall _......_..__:..:......: 12.000 ucrning: the envelope being addressed DorrFields.. and is 'a favorable spot I ,formed .a ,joint'''Wade stock Tuckor.who -' been working on the project for more '
5 .the time limit of the! completion of Eng' _-....t-rl--.t,,. 6,100. to J., ELupfer, and Containing at which to land for gas and' oil' of local: capitalists, consisting company 'than'a year, going through, the pro.,
r "the'bulkhead at4JJO' ) days from date \ ---- ,s; letter from Col.:Thomas' ''Dun. while*. proceeding- Jacksonville,: of himself,' C...A., Canon, E. L. Les,.cess of tearing down and rebuilding.
: {with a forfeit of $30 per day. ,for allUme $107,100- can commanding officer of Carlstrom Daytona.. or"any northern. .northeastern ley and W.,.A., McCooL About this!(Many, times they have thought' ther '
v exceeding,that' amount. : ,... W.. Kerrln.Per .ld. to the mayor 'of' Kissimmee.; ,.or northwestern towns in the time Mr. Tucker learned that J. M. had the problem solved oni.'to find

:,i' As Murphy &: Maloney are already, yard J.: ........-.... Lieutenant Downes .was in charge of state* of Florida., The field can be Hughes, of Beaver Falls, Pa.;' when it'- to" 'trial" -that" they. had r
Con'the ground supervising their pavlng Fill 1- _____._..__-..,__$ 84,00 i I the airplane which brought the mes easily extended by cutting down a endeavoring' to. work out a similar failed again .
>, ,contract here it, is likely they Wall' ... '_,,..?.._.:...___.... 6.160 j sage. ', few. frees which fringe .the north, ,project and after. some correspondence Only last 'week ,these two m' awere '
will!;begin machinry" Eng. _._.-___-__+_.._ 4.698( I I I The letter which' was turned over western edge the company secured the sere- able td. announce to the stockholdersof -*
" ';q- at once,. though there will be, no '. to Mayor Steed by. Mr..LupferL readsas 2.'-.)I de.ireto, Inform you that..I ices of-tire Hughes,-to come here and problem th-company'' that" -the
of brick, "
. making in
follower '
consider a com.
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realactivitytillth.. bonds aresoldr ---: -T -- $94,66- everything possible has collaborate his. ideas with those of
T" d ,The :council immediately adverti..d .. Murphy; Maloney &; Lnpfer. Arcadia, Fla., June 3, 1919.,been done by your city to aid avia .Mr. Tucker. that mercial .way had been solved and

,-. for,new bid. on the bonds which Per yard ._....__........- We From: The Commanding Officer tors 'from this field and Dorr field Mr', Hughes came'to Kissimmee onstration.the" were ready to give a dem'

I'' .will be opened Monday, June ,J6th. Fill:"* ...._.*..:...;-......-,.$ '16.000'Wan'I I Carlstrom Field Arcadia. Fla. who: ave landed. there, the planes and with the aid of some crude temporary Tucker C. A.Accordingly' J.: Wade)
I"Bonding r companies made y.n'nat.. : I '.....;;......*...:...:._ 1030( ( To The Mayor Kissimmee Fla.- I have.\,. been carefully au.rdedn4 machinery managed to''turn C. W, Watd and Carson,Dr. H. 'A. Hunter' ., .
E'terine ;;offers on.the bonds when ad- ,Eng., ;_:; _..-_?..*...<'...-_ 4340 SubjectsLanding Station. i both ':r-,fficrs and enlisted men ;.have out a, few-bricks this being accomp banker, Palatka George Welch a
|-,*.rtiudfew.: weeks ago and, thereIs : : i 1. Replying to your inquiries with been most courteously treated lished at.the Everglade'Cypress Go's' met and repaired"to
iV'1\ no reason why these should not be > -* $91,140 the landing field at,| .8. !, I sincerely hope thatKlasim- mill at Lou<
|resubmitted. Kissimmee, designated as a perman- rater will be retained as. a. permanent>> laid in a small square on one of our satisfaclon that
.' The money'.made available by the ent landing field, I desire to inform landing field.LieutColonel. !busiest streets.-... in the been the problem shad 94
wale of these bonds is estimated,asi MONEY IN REACHES.Lewis you that this field would come underClass i I 5; THOMAS DUNCAN; of the vitrified brick paving, middl.1 worked out' and that' Tucke1'WoodT.I
i follows 8,. a* outlined by the Director,, A. there : paring brick was a reality 'b"
: ( JMA A. S. (M. ), today, as good as and not _* y
h '.Bonds. $97,5000( : ,premium, E8 500; Seaman of-83uimmePark, of Air Sdn1 e. Kissfanmee Si lID Commanding. laid, a testimony to the a .';*
'" has just finished marketing> his crop _. ._ . _ _ lasting quality On Monday morning a hundred tortpress !
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accrued interest : of this -
,, $ .500. Total.$103- -- 1 material. I
I was ordered by and"as, ...
is wire
[500. of peaches, and highly gratifiedwith ..
..." Believing the problem had been ,soon a* it arrives and,is
I the returns.. HAINES installed,
; total gives the ,I CITY .WINSBYSCOREOF10T04 SWIMMING POOL IS :solved Mr. Hughes went north to.the plant will be ready to begin turn'lag
he has
f council a fair margin over-and above ). Mr. Seaman says twenty- superintend the making of the "'permanent out brick. in large quantities.. ,
(the'bid to carry the work to a seven trees of the Jewel variety, '
machinery for the
plant, and Paving made from brick is
factory completion f-' '. whoh occupy a' very small space of \ : ,
1 the had substantial isles
\ PROVING company a build noiseless, will ,
I cause wear;; on
the from which he has sold this
''t \ Messrs. Murphy&: Maloney of ground POPULARC erected of sheet iron and con;: auto tires and it is believed will out.
itlrm;' to whom the contract was season three hundred "dollars worthof F.
c in which to house it when ready. .. '
wear vitrified brick. .
,. and fruit. ..... .. ,
Fare Chattanooga. Tcnn.. ---- - -
.; w The Kissimmee base ball artists Thel!! municipal swimming pool was .' .
lost to Haines City Thursday to the opened to the public Monday night.
tune of 10. to 4, oq the Haiaes City This project has been having tho BEHELD '
IMPORTANT MATTERS CLAIMATTENTIONCifY Park. consideration of the city officials! for GRADUATING EXERCISES
The local team was not in full some time, who have worked out everydetail .
strength, as'' Lesley; one or their till Kissimmee now has a '
wheel horses, was out -of town and perfectly sanitary place for the cool- '

1 Captain.Roberson was' nursing- ,a' dislocated ing' pltinge within" block. of Broad NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
i'i : COUNCILsuch finger.Notwithstanding. . _ waY.. I '
:; ; tfca scoratbejo. > .i-Thel. old swimming pool on the Gray- ,
cals gave a good,'account of-themselves -' atone hetel lawn was cleaned out and '. ___-_ _____.'. I.. .'
y Bronson. .tossed! .A close game.'allowing .,a drainage. pipe connected Thefamous ', :
t up. On night Kissimme bi '
Monday will
o ,names vity: 4 nits softie ,, exercises will ;held, coin.,
flowing "II. ksown'as Thur-
.The city solons field another protracted a station and It .is time for the Kissimmee touched 5. man well was pressed into service celebrate the graduation of twenty. forming, to the, following excellent

session Tuesday night, con. people to exert themselves in secur 1 The errors for the:home boys numbered and is supplying a:constant-'supply one of her, finest young people from program .- 'r
,.'aidering'problems of importance to ing the permanent appointment." The only four but they were costly. of pure artesian water. the Osceola' county High school. 'Thisis 1. March from Tannhauser,"' 'Rr

th*. city. In the absence of Chair- council favored qualifying for the 'and lost them the victory A few more electric lights. will be the largest class ever completing Wagner.High '. : .
man G. .W. Fox,' whois, in Chattan.charman job and Chairman Breaker named |I. The game was called at 4:15: : (in the placed at this part of the lawn and the course here and comes as a fit School Orchestra..
of alarge 'crowd of tans tag close to the labors of Prof. R. 2. Invocation. Rev. R. F. Hodnett.
H. M. Breaker1 made Johnston C. A. CarsonWB._ . presence dosing rooms fitted'up in the Gray-
\ M. Evans who is with 8.
Flwas leaving
the Woodland
-. pro tern' R. S. and Crawford' and A. Akerman committee supporting both teams. stone annex where' lockers will ; 'Calls" W..:

.;:W. H. ,Arnold ,were the other: m m- to communicate with the war 8 up and 3 'down for. KJssy, and be put in for the use 0 fl'obably . another conclusion field of of this labor.yearls' ,work' for RhysIierbert.Gixls,' Chorus. .
in' attendance once"across the home plate for '
berg of that J body at department at Washington, sending bathers. "from"Cavallerla'
The class is remarkable in another 4. Prelude
-; ,the meeting.The J. the necessary information that 'is, Haines City, was the record of the The pool has been the most popunlar its and Slciliana." "
for Includes
personnel Rustlcana .
bulkhead question held the the map of the field its dimeal first inning. In the second .with spot in the city all week, and as majority a Maseafnl.- It
of that
;'.center"of the stage till it was.finally its proximity to: the hard road. and repeated itself for the locals, the warm weather continues. the Prof. Evans boys has ,dubbed so much it the so boisterous 5.. ;High Commencement School Orchestra 'lion.T '
. i disposed of with general satisfaction convenience to 'the post office and a goose' egg for their opponents. In Kisslmmeeans( who are water, enth"s- '
n (Boystrous) Class. Doyle Carlton. 'r .*
'thenthe usual business routine was city etc. the third Haines City scored again 4asts. will bless the name -Mayor .*
; No eloquent phrase has been chosen 6. "The Secret 'of Home Sweet j.
In the fourth an error cost Kissy .
taken'up. Mr.. Brock: requested the council to Steed Marshal Woodall and City Engineer Y
for the motto of the Seniors, but the Home, Trinkhans, .
dearly for the.. opposition sent three "
G.. M.Taylor \who has served the issue an invitation to a camp meet-, MaeDonough the committee .tudy"be square" has guided them Tony JRegero and' ,Orchestra. . '
ity. as one of 'councilmen for ing to hold meeting here,the city to men home. The fifth was uneventfulbut named by the city 'council to solve through' the vicisitudes 'of the year 1/' The Americans' Come.. (An' .V,
\ the sixth proved the Waterloofor
",more*than a year, resigned giving furnish the water and lights for a the .wiJlmminjf A Pool problem.Mr. .
to a successful closing. J , episode occnring in France in 1918.HFay ,
, the visitors, for series of I . !
a errors ,
fact, he will Lawrence of.the Phillips' Lumber '
su his .reasonthe that period of. ten days.. To this; the On their roll appears the 11&11\" Foster.. -
be 'out of town a portion of the time council 'agreed and instructed City allowed the score to mount five mill'' has donated a splendid "
of: 'Missis. Sarah(dark. Blanche Davis High School" Male Quartette 5 I'' .
1 notches. Kisslmmee turned
,.looking\i after< hi*-chain ;of'stores. Attorney O'Bryan to ,draft resolutions more over tothelea.ureoftheyoungsters.a I. ; Carolyn- Fripjp! ; 14orma' G/iffin,i 8: ;Delivery' of medals' 7- >
leaf after
a flew that_and held-the ; _. ,
JU S>.Gilben.-OII..of.'JCI.: .immee'a ,.to that effect -, -' 4-:: enemyrtight till, the.:el lle.: "In the .. Irene Reed.Mary SIn ltary, Mary! 9.: Presentation of Diplomas,Supt.:, .
well known successful! business men .The question of:"putting; In" :the ninth the ..* . -. Tiller'. Frances ,Tress and' Messrs. C. E.. YowelL . "
locals hitting .
twas appointed to fill the 'vacancy.I . foundation,'of the' new., machinery and sent four: '' men, around the square..m S. 'Prather.: bit B...""' fs Burton .Ames Amos Akerman, Frank 10., March "Long Idve; 'Our:,U., .S.. tA

'S. B.;Anltman appeared, before the for ,the light plant was brought" up ,The most ''spectacular play was ,Graham' L. ,F. .. and Edgar Bryan ,,Walter Bas Edward ,,", 'H. C. MUler. :. V j

pcouncil asking relief in the 'matter"of'excessive and, ferredto'the-water and. light made by Lee. Mc .esn.',when he made BTOD80 .,. P.Johnson. :'. ,.,'{ ',and Richard BuUock.-,Henry High .School Orchestra.. '
t* taxes on v:his acreage committee.,_" '.:' ''\ _"* .. : brilliant: catch lifter a run through .. C. 'F..J'': ... ;, ", f Ed..rdt' Clifford ,Lester, Stratton I ,This event Is the"climax of the"en* 4
., t property .Just," inside the city limits.The . Before' adjourning' 'thi councilpassed palmetto'and ..ernb.f.The' '' /' B. Bullock:;; S.-S. <'" Story. Henry ,Sln..l"7' Vera 'Wilson tire ,commencement weeK'the time t

-. matter. was the. ,fi- a vote of thankr Dance eommltee.L. : for, his in the home' diamond ; ; This evening at the high schoolauditorium and effort the goal by'many., _
::.r.-A..S.: Snodgrass .asked"that! .'a donating the fertilizer'forthe'grass generosity with Clearmonf for on oppositions Thursday h next. Leach' fi. S." :- : .'.;,:,.. ::;':, ;", the Sentora'WlU enterstain students with :pleasure not untinged' r.-....;;
Hnghy. 1st ))1 >.,
\ "f ; '
:three-year lease.of electric power-be in The for the City their friends with class night with regret at severing the school\ "."!'.
plot' ) jth ,,new'city park line-up Haines. C. ' : ." ;
'Adair' .
[;granted him. operate ;a gristmill, Kissimmee: follows! 8rd'W.Us I .... ,; <; : 1 An" element.:"of mystery surrounds this ties of.laving their,fellow workers.. ,. a ;'If;
, ,, at.the rate of motor power,ona-, | game- ; Johnson .' 'jrl';f' '( event: and no definite program has The ISlIS-1 1t class,. desire ,leach. '
'\ teen horse . JEFFERSON Kisslmaiee. ,,1 2nd' been given .to the public only. tantel- to be
'powertmotor,; : { DAVIS'' B1RTHDAT'ANNiyERSARY' -, > and every one of their friend>
Brown f..till ; C. FFrease. '
'6th-then Ames.
r Smith- I' '
y' Mr. Snodgrass to' grind i! < ring :'of clever hits this ,CUss. r
on rumors the
,,4 expect* .. merry. present evening at
Dick Bullock 3rd B.' *, R F.. .
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. TUESDAY and duns.On ,
characteristic .
two oada of
an averstee ear oorn per i "" Night program, anon Monday ev-' '
4 ..k.. ,The,matter was "Tfefered' 'toi''the -, McLead H.' Prather; 1st B...' Wyble, L. .F. .-... Sunday morning ,the .commencement citing when the i address will ben i delivered 1tY
C. Miller ._
> 'water, and..light,.committee.r. .-', I : Jane ,.3rd.;, was' the anni __ w ---, P. sermon will be preachedwith 'and',the dlplonYas'awardedf'; ,',
.: committee: from the board :'of Tueadat'i Jefferson, Davis' birthday an. appropriate setting'of .devotional No invitations have been 'issued other ,
(f1 I trade solicited the council. to take upf'th I and is the' custom, of, the Southern '" servics'".and'special: music. than,to friends and relatives oat, "
*, matter of the National, Air states to celebrate It 'as a .holiday COUNTYiCOM'-ItS."LlMITARE : -. Monday evening at the high school of town,. for the invitation, to;.Kls-,

.Terminal ,station'at.Klssimmee. ,This I the post 'of fie* and bank' closing. auditorium. !!':at _8:45. o'clock I !_the _grad- ,simmer was general. :
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s 'rplae.'has, .been _,recommended for their. doors. ', '. ?
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r : bfissAlbin : demonstration
/ 'Smith county WAS 'OBSERVED HERE
HERE THIS WEEKJackSparHn '-T, ,:the' Well knowngroceryman ,.., --' .. V agent,. received a telegram . aDecoratlOf
, ., I.i opening- ; .The meeting-of ,the,boarei'of co n4'commi..lon.ta ment' wa*'too old ,or of a p> ygnal.liity. ,this; 'Week from the state department r' .i.
; ..",..". .. .IlUam' 'iil": : -tl; .,. ty ; on Monday was. or bad been exposed to' the In'',charge,of, the home V extensionwork --. "

' ; ,\" : ',has .purchased:w6d; s II store No...3 for'. Mr/ Taylor largely attended Chiefly by those interested weather; or was used in it* ',roper ,' stating; that two state worker ., Day wa observed- by 1Sedgwtck :.., ,
finer's ;.vulcanizing'.; businea.' and 'abs, '',has'been-operating; two stores .In rat building. and cattle proportion ..withand..was not: decided. would".be',,in'Kissimmee. .next'. ,week 0. 0. Howard Post G. A.R, I < y
+moved the ,to his her. .for som*.time., He 1.. now look.Ing.over' dipping.1 .' .The only fact brought out 'was on Tuesday and Wednesday ..June Circle,' Ladle:of-th O.:,A". s { .
machinery etc., :
'' laee'O( .business this 'week. . other locations in >this 'lee, r C Attler: stat d'ibt' 'i a"b.-. llI: tbat;some of the, y.te leaked and,bad the "10th and conduct' short R.' They the hall *,t'9s3a' : mfnv '

_' V Chas.. Breaker has. purchased R.T.T'Butler's . tion .of-the state ,with .a. establishing ion; the dipping--was not being carried to repaired. .. rAt course. for housekeepers along ',the ,Uavuig.for the cemetery at.Rose'IliU L
' | and barber shop chalnofatorea.: on in a, systematic way-at least in i the-last meeting L. R.;,:Farmer lines .of.,canning etc., putting ut' tomato sit ,10 a. m/in auto provided1for ,
y pool room: ,
a I the occasion. .,Load offlower, a
1','and took,charge last 'Monday. Mr. 1 J his diatrlee.-'H.\aielfthat"a' bull_bad was Instructed to go ahead and build ; **, corn" bean etc. ,, V *
Butler has not decided what bert MACH:"BROS. PURCHASE come into his place ,on. Sunday, covered the remaining vat*'which V were need,. Miss Griffin.' a district ..irent..naMln were" also provided. Many'' wreath; #'
:> yet of greenr-'one Yery-nlee one, fronv
4 with ticks .and that he knew ed to carry.out the provision of the Isabel Thursby the emergency
.,needed will do.,rest buta before p b.wiU.tak'-.a entering: much bui-. ,CRATE: MILL:,,AT, .OXFORD that.the..nlmal had missed;two.dip- compulsory dipping. law It.::.tran- agent,.will.likely,both be here -' oJ Miss ,Caldweir Every'gtave"of a,; t. '

any ( ' pin.. rThe board's C opinion wasthat pird.that..M: workof_thl. kind..was _plansoadva l .,canning Veteran receiving a wreath and-dee-f ,
serag1n. :: : ; .hr
I c..Mr.,. MrsT': ."jL.'Rodgers'havepurchased ", Maeh3 Brosv; fpurcasd' J last-rwtek It; was thedutyof.the inspectors to done during the month of May .' demonstrations during the .nprning oration by ,*7 tlaillo": """; *;: .. -
; end J the Sunset LnmW* Crate:Mill, located '" ,' : citizen ..At'.th..'nggestion., of; SeagwicKjClrel : ,, !' .
and ride! the 'I'IUI.n4 yes that..everyanimal Pat. Johnston,: speaking-as: -a'- anddevotethe:afternoon. seseions-, + ? r ;
McCranie Cafe ?
i ; took Mr. at Oxford Fla. J., C..: Ledbeb- was rathared In every four- and taxpayer said ft.. had come lectures* ',. , : */ Mr.' Crowder, .rected...... pmi* :;L>'
s i:;. charge Wednesday morning. ter has been employed to ,the last month it '. ,remembrance of'ourtwo. loyal tjw,;
:. "recently returned from manage teen days. Pat Johnston stated that to his knowledge that The publid'genesfy Is invited. to. ,
KFrence' where} he served i; with ,the plant for' IW"JMW'ownen.'aad'' will' the, matter should. have.been first reported bad been given, that th board "was attend; all these sessions..: boy that gave,their l1"e.hfFran .r ; '
.American move 'Us;.t.mUy'to that place. A to, the 'inspector of that die going-to-s top systematU dipping at Mist Smith, announce 'to housekeeper .1Aflag f 'wa*' 'placed over.1L.two: ,'" .i: .' ?'t
p. \ expeditionary. ".;. . force, ;jar !joint stock COmp&llTta: being formed trict. this present meeting. Mr. Johnston *' that the. community kitchen wreathe: of greenand a 'covering of> ('

-:,'ell k'.-sea 1D01Jtha.- . to".handle the. position.:,and'H i* ." Varlo.nii ,complaints were made as said the*. report bad'"' been circulated will be ,open: at least one day each flower*. A card attached to th.. at' +:j '1 ;:;r''
/ possible.the 'mill .will be movedjtothls'pjaee to cIcaoaed.a.rreat.of who desire gave the name of Billy Makmaort
1Bishop Ji. Candler't i leaky vats.' .'Pat.J'ohlllton reported.thstrtie throughout the ,county and h week for the use_of those
a' W., t. igabi'aa- later aDdNat..CanoN'oceNmoni..oL _. ..
,;. 'Tb.-rnW.baa'sl ea- ; bad .been told hy-aome 'barm by-reason tordo'* Cntalnvegetables = '
V' ,elrned by lhe College: :; r Bishop'to paeity, .0f 2500 orange boxes' a;day, parties that tHe cement was" either of,the V:fact that many stock owner m1lDitT-cannmn. 'now for any"; kind .other than those at the '" '

J.have-charge'of: I work'' of. our and employ._ .a large force of men. ,, of,an inferior quality or too old.'The bad topped dipping -their cattle.: patting up for. cemetery,"all the ,participant goinsr ..r _
', I -'X church in Georgia'and Florida. This .'.! '. .- home,from there '.;.'
M* i quality of the cement was) ,warmly This.,together with the ,fact that no at, the.earliest possible>> Clate., ,. !
t,3? we are sure, will be welcome'new* to W.,. F.., Sanderson returned home defended. SEDGWIOK" CIRCLE ''f 1'tII.
by-$. U Lupfer'. encl W. K. more vat wen* Milne constructed; ,'" ... '''.
IFlorida;;;'; Methodist< *. 'The date set for from. 'Tampa last night where')* Fuller; of;.th."Alpha, Portland Cement had-thrown the whole cattle dipping J. B." Somerset the w.u.WII Jr'I ** * *'' .' ". "i.E'.?';. \
f ra".the Florida Conference," which will'_ to: attend the &annual.: State Company who 'were present business.,into confusion.',Report that garage toen of Ksnansville. ateOndiltik ,Boll -Basa and Pat .Johnston; left :..,.j.:'
[">i jk net in':Lakelandia December Srd.Orrfartianr'AdTOcate. Convention:of A.tbs'OptometrillaC:'As- The discussion about the'cement be* te1I.cIbtr J to buaInea.mifl.:: ..immae a mornJn fo -. ,' .(,.,

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,, p t. "D' R aldwell's Syrup Pepsjn is all MRS. ELZA SLADE' [, MURDtRfDJNJOLK . ,

' that iTisT claimed to beand I will COUNTY

-?'- "always keep it1'in the ouse as it is all r that JT Lakeland, May: ;,28. Murdering' an r 'illi fl fl"v,,, ,

' ':_. nc d-f for my--children, and (grown folksas'well. to aged hit woman own admission with an,'axe burying, according her to y

cTnot Caldwell's a field and the and b
t recommend Dn, plowing pver spot, ,
?' Inter with hli hand cuffed, attempt.

r, ': Syrup Pepsin. to I'11rlriJ:nds/' ':- Ing swiftly suicide moving by jumping automobile out of of Sheriff the
a q ,yk ,. From a Utter to Dr: Caldwell, written" by\ Logan. of Polk county, a- man named r
?, 't, .(Mn.,.Eslbtr:: Porter Harralson Georgetown .. I Towers was finally landed in the county IiUI tlp'
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t, jail at Bartow this afternoon:HI.
I victim was Mrs. Eliza Slade, sixty. .
,' live years old, who was killed aboutdUIk.Tueaday" \
r r2 Dr. Caldwell's at her.'home. thirteen D
: miles east of Kathleen.:-..'AfUr: the p11 ,{
murder. Powers carried the body'td
u nearby field making his '' thirteen-
Syrup Pepsin year old son, witness to the murder, v"i
', carry: a lantern while the corpse.
was buried face down in -a cane,field, .
.. T&c Perfect LaxativeSold the and primitive the ground grave.-plowed over to hide (i : r t re s

Soon after the crime, Powers 'con-
-- fided in a neighbor Lee Starling, offering
by Druggists Everywhere
.. his services for the remainder

50 cts. (as) $1.00- according of his life to.if Starling'he could bo statement.protected, t tl ar

It l la believed here that Powers .
t slaughtered: his aged victim in a,fit of 11 or-'

.: Amildt pleasant-tasting combination of simple flint anger/ charging over her him.with swearing threatening to a war. 1111 ,

.: I laxative'herbs with pepsin that acts easily and her life Powers farmed part ofl the '11I1I .,
Slade place' working on shares, land mu1ILIIIIIIIi1IIf1hl\ i4llb i-
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I } ,. .naturally. Children like it and take it willing- differences in the past -ffw: "days led i1 "IUI
4 lim-to telephone Sheriff Logan that 9 about smokes Prince? Albert
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',, 4 ]ly. A trial bottle can be obtained'by writing to the woman was making and selling TALK to a joyhandout standard, 4

Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street whiskey.. An Old Settler.Mrs. that just lavishes smokehappiness on '

., Slade Is an old settler of
;, Monticello, Illinois. Polk county and is survived by two;game enough to make a bee line for a

married daughters,' both of Green tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe-old. or new I ,y y4i
-- Swamp, northeast of Loughman.
Powers Is a widower, about forty- --Get It straight that what you've hankered-for fa
t DISTRICT CONFERENCE AT .seven years old and hue two sons; the find
Imo' t :,thirteen-year-old boy who witnessed pipe cigarette makin's smokes you'll aplenty

i ): H ,.-----: M. E. CHURCH NEXT WEEK tragic.the murder details and to who Sheriff later Logan told, and the in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality J t '

,another boy ten years of age, the You can't any more make Prince -Albert bite your"* tP

F ,e ':' .. On Tuesday and Wednesday next I 8:45: p. m. Address, Our College, youn living. at the home of tongue or parch your throat than you can make a hqrse !'
the Orlando district conference will by Rev R. II. Alderman, President Le0 Marling to whom Powers first
'" U held at the Methodist church in Southern College. 'confided his crime. drink; when he's off the water I Bite and parch are cut ;

'" 'f Kliiimmce. 9:15: p. m. Address Christian Education I Alter the murder, Powers and his .y out by our exclusive patented process! '
0; About fifty delegate from over : Dr. W. A. Cooper, Conference elder, son returned to the Starling. .
"" .N the district are expected, and the Secretary: of Education. I home where they slept and this You just layback like a regular fellow and puff to beat '
. r following Interesting program has Wednesday June 11. I(morning told of the events of the.
' II been night before. Starling persuade.dPowers the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a r
arranged: 9dO a. m. Love Feast, conductedby :
t: Tuesday. June 10, the Presiding Elder. to accompany him to Kath- <; / : section fri"the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care. 'JI, .
'I ; 9:00: a. m. Devotional Services 10:00'a.: m. Reports of Commit- ,!leenunder pretext of other matters to remember back I Irrndtbtf.
t conducted by presiding Elder. tees. I i:and later phoned Sheriff Logan the ...
details. Sheriff' Logan rushed to AA.rf .. To, rod ...... "
v t D:30 a. m. Organisation. 11:00: a. m. Miscellaneous 8yP ae. ymh- t.Mc..1..old. ,"
k : 10:00 m, m. Report* from Pastors. ne.... Bu.i-I I I Kathleen and told I Powers he was under rf4, Aaed -pond mid half pom J tin -i4ora----.I
I'. 11:30 a. m. Sermon by Rev. A. M. 11:30: a. m. Sermon, by Rev. J. E. arrest for the murder of Mrs. .r/Ut/ ....r. prmetlcml p..",i tryttml glan hanuJor with apses. 'iaesiif."a
.: ,, 1 Dalger, followed by the administration )Wilson, editor Florida Christian AdI Slade.' Powers fainted but soon revived top that k *p* th. tobacco in such perfect coedit.3is. ',
4 I and handcuffed, and it was
? of the Lord's Supper. vocate. was '
r? '-.ry. r'r Afternoon SeMlon. Afternoon. I while driving for Lakeland at thirty- a x=::'far:: :a. R. .. ''Reynold Tobacco Co.. Winiton-Salem N. Gfy

q 2:30 p. m. Devotional Exercises,I 2:30 p. m. Devotional Exercises, five miles an hour that he jumped #- -
led by Rev. F. 1>1. C. Eads. 'hd l by Rev. W. A. Fischer. from the rear seat of the automobile. ;
rt 2:45: p..m. Reports from rutOrR'l 2:45: p. m. Reports of Committees. :landing on him head in the soft sand STATE. CONVENTION AMERICAN
3:30: p. m. Our 3:30: p. m. Miscellaneous Busi at the side of the road uninjured. The Orlando Typewriter &: Supply Company 'I
Rev. J. K. Cason. ness. I \Tter his arrest Powers refused to :
# i' 4:00: p. m. Our Sundny School 4:00: p. m. Our Epworth League talk. lie was well known in the com Have an up to date repair department in charge: of expert mechan: ,' ,i
/ ; Work, by Ur. J. II. Therrcll. S. S. Work, by Prof. Garfield Evans, of ,munity and was considered quiet and Maj.\ E. C. Bryan, Post Commander ics, and are prepared to overhaul any make of Typewriter. Prices
F Field Secretary.: Southern College. not. of a troublesome nature.: ot the Wm. T. Makinson Post of the reasonable and al) work guaranteed. Bring or send us your machine.: #"

y r I 4:30 p. m. The Centenary Movement I 4:30 p. m. Election of Delegates I Powers thirteen-year-old son told American Legion, received the Col-' ,: ORLANDO TYPEWRITER &: SUPPLY CO. : &.
and Its Results Sheriff Logan that his father had lowing letter urging/ a large attendance 226
Rev 0. 11. to Annual Conference' South Orange Ave., ,j' 1:
Bummers, Conference Missionary. 6:00 p. m. Unfinished Business. I met the old woman at the gate near from'this post at the first an PHONE 938 ORLANDO. FLA. r
rf ; 5:00: p. m.d WomanV Missionary I Evening I the rear of her home had struck her nual convention, which: meets in 1 l' !"">
t F Work by Mist Ella Swltier. Aaa::!< p. m. Devotional' Services, led \vith an axe and then carried the|Jacksonville! Tuesday and Wednesday
.?tr Evening Sfrvicm. by Rev C. W. White. i body to the nearby canefieM wherl'of next week: ; .
8:80: 1'. m. l evotionnl Exercises 8:45 p. m. Sermon by Rev. Ira the boy held a lantern: while the "On To Jacksonville. WALL 'STREET FIRM WILL I Sorghums/ millets, cowpeas: and
v led by Rev, H. r. I deen. State' Convention June 10-11. 1919.
three feet
Ilnrdln. was being dug '
4 ; ).. _b. .iS- Patterson.. D P-, -Confcn-nre-- = I between grave the cane rows. The boy said Mr. C. E. Bryan Post Commander, ESTABLISH LARGE RANCH I velvet beans are the forage amps
.1If'I Tiad Kissimnvee, Fla. best'suited for winter planting, says r
Slade cried out
Mr '
1 Jacksonville _
Fla. SI.
May Announcement '
'", times, but with the nearest neighborsix J Dear Sir: The time is fast drawing of the of Florida the University of Florida! Expert "
miles there was no alarm.Editor's near when men.of the American purchase ment Station. Florida farmers should
To All away ranch lands
Interested in Better FruitA Region: from every town in Florida amounting to a quarter grow sufficient: hry to feed' their
; Note-Mr Slade formerly must start moving towards Jacksonville : I million acre and immediate operations farm animals instead a>f Importing ''
toi attend the first Annual State ,. towards stocking the ranch it from other section: of the country." ,
; lived near Campbell Station,in with head of cattle made .
20,000 was .
convention of The American Legion. --- -------- --
: .\ : Buckeye? Service Man this county and will be rememberedby tare today by Howard Cole of the tRECOMMENDED '
A ; ., . .- \ ; a' large number of out older residents this Much convention.depends upon Our the organization success): of Isyouna' Howard Cole Co., a Wall street Arm. BY UNCLE t
> A -- " ft as she and her husband were The'ranch: is in the Kisaimmee.valieyof SAM FOR MALARIA
''' We must have Urge delegation -
'. tJ frequent .visitors to Kissimmee at Florida and will be the largest in,
Will Osceola from everytown, iD' order '
County that time. I the state. The corporation is :
i Would that the "Spirit of The American Le- composed Quinine, One el the Three Iarre4- ';
of Wall street financiers and t
We are proud of the confidence doe- gion," can be carried: back: to every western oil men.RobMyTism . : lent* of the Famous Malaria >
k You Like June tore druggist and the public have service man without delay. Medicine Dr. William
; 19th to July 12th There problems that
are many
I in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic.-(Adv) I vitally interest each: local post that I Is a powerful antiseptic No. 101 Tonic.

;, to Know must be worked out on the floor' of ; it kills, the poison' caused The United States Public!: Health ;;'
This la your opportunity to get the benefit' \ sionary Secretary. the convention. Come and help solve from infected: cuts, cures old sores, Service at Washington recommends r
I :. : 0' the axpeorleon.- nod. knowledge of a qualNur 9:30 Consecration: Service, and first hand inn totter; ete.-Ad.) for malaria which '
y'' ..II.d Ruck.)'a ..rl..' expert-Mr., W. D.k p. .m. these problemab get quinine to every : y
; w How. to eboo.8perrywttbout colt to )'011. followed by ,adjournment sine die. 0"" to manage the reputable physician agrees. This Is
txa -' .- -a.---'t'J''.-- -- .Jlut'k.ire .pvl_ already fullyad..rtl.d Pastor are urged to be present at American Legion inr your town. one of the ingredient in'the popular
) ,' .Hew to plant- -I In this. 'paper) I. now extended to every the opening and remain until ,the The railroad are making LOOK FOR t malaria medicine Dr. Williams,'No..
.. t r In jrro.Oeoeola owner and IIlMcotlY. .rov. 'owlI.r.t. close of the' conference. It I Is hoped rates for delegates' THE RtJ)16A11.W 101 Tonic which: prescribed by, r"n"
Howl tee-'y r V. If Iatr..t.t-phyf-;- .
handle nxJnclnit
' ,/r' .. ran get many pr*Uo"> Pointers better fruit from you Mr.' present from the opening hymn to fan from your town.' See your local I dan thruout the malariaJ/t>elt.-They-
\ 8pe.rr ,the closing benediction.: Recording agent for particular say they get better result from it*
1 ; '-flow to 'stakeVTken -- steward are requested to have theirQ. The City of Jacksonville ,is preparing with their patient than If they. prescribed . rhl
,:; Conlereace' records on hand ,for : to .-!... the service men -a 3ttalhuOAathIwiion straight quinine., Dr.. ',Williams - d
.. Ito ,.py': ,.,. He Will Call on You i examination Those who are to go ,royal 'w )come. Hotel Mason .will be No. 101 Tonic not only contains t
3t.r -' Before the rommtttees, must be en headquarters): during. the> convention,, Shooting $i' quinine which kill the ?malarial i
VThea. t* ,...uu..:.-( .;.tf. yoe .wiH- ,write ms: I hand promptly at the opening of the all delegates will register"-there, immediateir germ, but also iron, which I* a splendid -'
( Conference ready ,for examination. ,on' arriving in Jacksonville ; tonic and increases .the appetite.
,e KWk.a to rb,.i.lQVO; .Mr. Sperry See Me" Let us' 'H plan and pray for Wear either: your,uniform, civilian [Tie'third' Ingredient .la magnesia. ,
,..,: *r great Conference that..shall result In clothes ..SStart'todlly which regulates the bowels. 'Dr..' Williams ,
; 'WI f. . .. the.'quickening of the spiritual life '' \ to get. your men together No. 101 Tonic is.,therefore a .,
.a' te" plao -> B* **re to ertl.-hoar"aa.' and all who attend and bles- ' r"wftrirbrabhrtoring well balanced efflcent Try
....lhI address,. of prove a so ) remedy* ,,
t ..........U7.. sad .j.-II.t tM ble. letter w. off to ..T yo"ailllner lag to the church that has extended. > a large delegation to Jacksonville ; a bottle.. 'Your ,.drua'cUt..can, supply
,7, How, to protect .. a. WU plaee .., "
.a. .. .. lists' Pat such: generous hospitality* . on the 10-11 of June and by yOu. ;
Ca Brft'J''a
your grevepr t, flat whoa: 110. -AU .who wish tQ' attend are"requested your numbers aDd enthusiasm ,make . ,, Y
Cltr a or,...e itMiaakea < to see.that I 'their names lax. It k.own'.that roar town.1*''for The .
.n.....uro'aMe. wbetbe yes. are 'a: sent to Rev R. F Hodnett Klsaim- American: Legion and that TOOT post
'buckeye \ ,
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in the
freely at .sr ....-1, mee. Fla.: will be the equal of,any state. '
t J.,P..'inLBURN. Notify the State ,Adiutant-as; soon '
w The Buckeye No CostNo Presiding. Elder.' as possible the approximate numberof Why Complain of ;Poor Coffee 1 11) 3-tt
Oblieation men. yon -will brim, to."'Jackson; :
Matt Will . r f ville '. Yours trulr,' .,
Tell You 'Buckeye NurserieslY. State Commander' 'The High Price of Coffee
S. LOWRY..J1U.. _
.,, K.,GILUPTT. Bu C. CIUETT ; State Adjutant.. -'
"' Major Bryan is urging all the !benGf'
.. 1114 atiaea*4 Baak- BW T.--., J"I&. .Till CALDTAB) 'the Kissimmce'iiost'to"be present 'when;you can have a superior ,

at'this meeting who can.possiblydoa0. :
4 "I : H.w Temaj a.j',Eaugd --'t' .I; : ,beverage /of de1fi r and "

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::1:>> \ . . .NaueeJe. **.CaUsk Tkblrts., Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever. >.
'G-. .&.G-IQ! __]I / Colds Mid LaGrippe. n. km the original ,
."U'you have not tried'QaloUbs 7011 parasite that causes the fever. It is .
: Red Estate : : l have'a delightful surprise awaiting splendid laxative.. _'and. general Tonf Vl-Jt
and Insurance -
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$ Agency you The wonderful' Jiver-cUansinji Ie.-Adv')
and syBten-purifying properties ol ; +r
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We, >' .. ,... calomel' be enjoyed..without Coasermg sea moisturey,making : : CEREAL: ,
properties' for h"f. the allghtiMtunpleasantness.. A;llal- plant 'foodavailable,,* Mtd: killing .
o an oorEt. tery'sUrsttjar.' jff&; Ragc6.q"Ona&-e lKsfeS! otab 'at edUme with'a swallow of wcetb-are the objects ,
baUnnts; and d..uiDca, County, aad'eaeJa waters..-that's aU. No taste, no salts by thorough,tillage.. .Keep shallow ;
*, <*t. listed at its. uinimom,''";'aoaae include aU pI'OpodUoG nor the slightest' unpleasant, a 'eats. layer caf -.oil..a* nearly dost-Uke as It's an'American drink. whose 1
ar ''ana..quip. You wake -In.the the .
.,_.\. w. also. can offer up morning feeling ponihle over entire surface of .'
Qoud'properUa'how exceptionalat bartahla Sa lusslmmeos' aDd St. so good that yon want to laugh aboutit. the soil at-all .times,.is.the advice of Chigh'! quality never varies. "' Its'.
' owned by aoaneIdtII'who ors 1rilIiq to aSU .' ,Your liver is (dean, your systemis the Experiment\Station. ., ,,.
t aacrjAa thus *Raing SA. exceOent opJlOltWtT:to. Invest a UWe_ purified\ your, appetite hearty... Eat L - price; doesn't change': and 'it's.
; a ltil d..U il7'U.'DcreaM; !l.' what'The next rSu1laeriM. for the Valley Gasette.rlabitnal ... -_-
h ;' to ,.Call or 111.: ...... nJ,1Ma which; _is: ,aura time.-you feel lasy caeaa, :- : 'economical.. J
__. never .
h .*M bine Or discouraged give a .. Cejststlpaitlesi. Cue. 4 a
'.. 'E. A. :Strout thorough cleansing;with a' Calotab. in 14 t. ]. Peys; '.- r'LAx \

,,, -, Farm ;Agency ..Ipc.I They are, so'perfect that your,druggist -I'OS i WITH PEPSIN" I*-.irj- : .11H Two slxes.uuolly sold at 15c and 25c, :
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t'' '" D to refund the price {MpendSyf pToikle-lAxathrelorHabit MlOooatlpettan. .. -, '
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Mnttoger you will be de- Ifrefievee prompCy but / -
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: : ON 'DANCING olene. asp. that old age'b.glas with swallow of wat.r., The ell ,tlmutat.'. 'J
ETC., N.. 2., .. we&kened kidneys and digestive orspuuk the kidney action and enabliM. tk*<
? 'r. Last week we 'gave a partial statement Thla belnsr true. It U easy: te believe, organs to throw-." the pol oa whtofccaua 'r
go Hand in Hand; : : of facts relating to dancing.We .that br keeplaethe kld.O") ...01 dlsre.tlv. prcmaXur.old ac.. Now' lit. andtrtnsrta
It -. /. .. :, referred the report of the New organs order'' old cleaned aye en and be in deferredand propsworking troatnMit.lnor Whon!a as eomplotolr you ontlno rootorgTcontinue tkf>, ;

I ' ''',' .. ,. ". '. .i. York police commbllon ,.howin. that lit prolonged far. beron4-lhatr kL.J'ti': .or two a ''', in the cases of ten thousand fallen Joyed by the av.rase persons OOLD Otteu1 c.-
1 r e will keep you la health aDd .vlsP:
The moral and economic in8urnce'o f is far-reaching': A well V ./ .' ,' womenVeight; thousand fin hundredor Pop over IDO yearn GOLD '-MBDAX. and prevent a return. of the 41.....,
r : paint : ; ; _{I' elirh y-ft"' per cent'' became prostitute .' Harlem on IIM bee relieving the Do not wait until old a ;. or 01.....*
a ., punted house denotes character; pride ia yoor property and esteem Jof '.. ', ' ,*' on account of the ball roomIn weaknesses vtnclnr year and. It disability!. a standard dug to"ad-old rave druggist nettled and down set for a Oo of to GOLD poor

JOUIIdE.and neighbors. Paint, not only promotes prosperitr,but!L- 1 <. *Western citytwo hundred women 'time 1 bom. Jrn.rBlr, need no I Intro incDA.1 Raarlem OH Capeulea. )Moner
4----- '" were' interviewed. One hundred urtlon.I Hearlem Oil llJncltwed they do not help you. Three
, '.protects your home agamst-decay"and increaseiTits i veluma'! *v, r ., .--; .' I and sixty three declared that the ballroom In odorlee, taeteleil. oepeulee rd1Jr remember to ask for the ? 1
oontalnlnjr about I 'drop act Jr. Tak. orlafnal Imported OOUD-MBDALi brand.,,
was the cause of their downfalL them aa you would a Kill, with a small In ...1.4 packasea.. "

.X." Save \ .' The general statistics on this ." .. .',"'.....'''' ..''..'\\\\\.s\\\\\\\\' ' ., ,'
A subject prove that 88-per cent of.fal-
S len .women are such through- .the ,
F : ,
1 t. 'H tiW Surface'., iJ' dance.The late.t'pubUshed, : ' statistics" that_ March 1'7. 'I it always does; and 'no" Subscribe tor 'the' XI.llmm' Valley .

Irishman would be .happy on'this day: Gazette.HADJflLE.
S % ;, 'and we have.leen show that we have if. it didnt.. But 'when one is bound - .- .-- -
you three hundred thousand fallen wom--
t for a St..Patrick's; party, what is ft '
en- who are listed as prostitutes to little rainT' Not
'a thing Judging ASTE-
SIN 18b7 : Save say 'nothing the vast number' of tIN -
A l1" from, the seventy-five or eighty ".
who listedas
< women are no '
people .who turned out'to the big

.,, ,lave proven than worth during! more than fifty years. No matter die surf ace--" 4 life public of a* fallen characters.women Is The less,average than 6 time. : ", HIS JOUJfl
large smalrtherej Pee Gee Paint or Finish that will give fating It was the inauguration of the first
a you ''' yarn of prostitution So that in orderto
satisfaction .lowest coaL, Visit this store and let, us adv!M with. you regarding. f *' :' keep up this army c of- three hundred dance came.,it at:was our'parish.agreed a.To thorough all I 'who sue- EVERY MORNING :..
\ -
jour painting and decorating problems,;" : : thousand at least one hundred thou- case' Plenty'' of room for improve THIS JACKSONVILLE, TAILOR .
.. sand girls must fro into a life of of the that ."......
'" went : and parties .
I '. Ask us for FREE Paint Book "Hctntt tatd Ho. to Paint' Tbnle.'" \'r : ::, shame each year in this fair,!and of are to follow course will. bear out that' improvement SUFFERED FROM SLUGGISH ,J

also for Color earda. to" F.,- ? <'..." ,;1i.;; ,'. ',. ' .... odre. To say nothing of the other until they'' near' LIVER 'BILIOUSNESS BACK-
thousands who lose. Virtue but
J "j '1". ,>>, ... are* perfect as can be had. I"'. ACHE AND. STOMACH TROUBLEDRECO .
Peaalee-Gaulbert Co. Louisville 'Ky. :;r., '. 1 not classed. public characters. .
: Incorporated ,
: For some time back, there has been ;; RELIEVED HIM.There .
; Now the "good society' people ;
hovering over our church a shadow '., '
Ofceola Hardware Company ; -r' _,
,? ( ., who favor-.the dance are in>the habitof that was a lack of young people. We ;t '
Dlatrlbufor..Pee..G.' es Paint Product ''' thinking of it,only as they see it used to.have them, some ')'Crs batk ,.are a great, many persons".who '
klsalmmeen Fla. among" their friends and.leave out of but ''somehow those ''days'seemed do not seem to realize how lmjportant .
y' consideration even' cases they'm.y gone. Everything has been tried, to it is to 'keep the .stomach in
know' In which virtue was lost. But improve ''the condition'but' it seemedto .,first class 'eon41t1on..' It is' one of the-

to be fair in this investigation we no avail. ,.Then .came the suggestion most important, organs -of' the bocIy
'JI a 'rii must consider the question' in its of dancing .lnour_ \ ParishJHouse.Gymnasium.11 'through* :we,,receive--all- .our:' ,
.I whole magnitude. And .to see. Just -has been argued for 1 tstrength l'; it is'' like pulling'' the' :An
: .1 what'the'dance Is eating us.'' and argued against, and 'the Church engine to let the stomach ..
) ,1. Eighty-five, thousand girls each C9unciL finally decided upon allowing fail InTlts duty. *- \ : ,
year plunged into a hell of prosti it as an experiment. / I Ian"My stomach has ,been. giving'in w
tution. It has been a, broad step f6rward awful lot of trouble recently" said
: '. I 2. Other )thousands 'ruined w1'!|> in the life; and organization 'of our'Mr. Louis Blair. the well known tall p,
are not counted in the above figures. church. It will no doubt draw sharp or,'of 629 West..Adams street,',Jacksonville .
8. To support auch an army of criticism from other churches: who Fla. T": a-
r I women in the traffic of virtue there may be a little behind the present| "My food would ferment(. form

must be about two million"rounders". day standards, or ,who are, Inclinedto gas, and give me a very.uncomforta
:and impure men. be a little narrow minded in ideas: ble feeling after eating. I would,,
"' Holmes County: Rice is a paying. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.Next .> Good for Indigestion. J! 4.; No thinking person will say of religion: But it's up to the Young bloat up something awful... and it "
i crop in this county! and the acreage troubled that all this debauchery' consequent People's Society to curb that criticism seemed like there was s\\\ big lump in*
If with
p will be increased fully 10 per cent 'Sunday morning the Sunday you are indiges-.' treatment of venereal disease in parties .and Young People's my throat; my bowels were constipated -
tion ChamberIain's
this year. The average farmer'planta school at the Christian church wil! take a few doses of will cost less than the average work that will cause them. to pit up so I had to take something ev.cry
., of Tablets. They! strengthen the amount of money spent in the"**-, night. I often had sick%,headache
1 and tak notice.Th
about two acres and gets a yield be closed in good time to attend \he it '
stomach and enable to its
: ,perform which is two billion dollars and liver lai .* ; Pains
about' 40 bushels to the acre.. The union services and hear the baccalaureate functions, also loons over Council has been very broad ; my was :?
naturally. They causea
. ; rice mill] handled 'more- than 12 thousand per year and liberal minded. Dancing .today in the small of my back and.In. my.
bushels the past season. sermon at the High$ school l gentle movement of the bowels. I 6. The cost in life value of the is the vogue. Perhaps seventy or. limbs caused -me much suffering. and"it
llildlngIn the evening the servica You will be surprised when you see
blind idiotic affil otherwise diseased seemed I could notsleep.;
cent of
F; lJ-! be special in ]line wit-i how .much better are feeling af- eighty per the young peopleof '
w a sermon you
children born of parents wo) have today dance. There of I "I have been taking Dreco now' for ;
666 quickly relieves Constipation the request of the National Committee ter taking a few doses of them.. are places
, !social disease is beyond computation. all sorts, to dan '.. Some are good some time, and it.lure .has broughta
'' Biliousness, Loss of Appetite Liver.-adv.and on Church Union. Special musi: 6. "Nr Adulterer.has.eternal life" and tome are bad. Dancing In itself change in my condition.' .-My food V '
'n..adaC'tt. due to Torpid Everybody welcome Rnlnrrih. for the Valler Gazette. is the Divine flat of Holy writ. is not bad,but the surroundings; of a digests as well as it ever did in my

J In view of all that has recently dance may beyond that of dec-;life without gas at alL '''I nevor have ?. .
z been, said on the conservation of life ency. Young people who dance find ''a headache nor pains In my back
.tt \ and manhood can the people of the it their pleasure./ la-their form of and I lie do_ -at.night' and go oif---
.... I United States afford the fearful cost amusement. The younger'' set today into a peaceful' sleep. Dreco has''
r -.- of these six items? And when our is up and .around the. world, much 'done, roe a. lot of good and' Igladly'praise }
., -- eyes- are-opened to these facts will more than the younger set of yester' the public..!.. .
any of us want to feel responsible :day. Things are different in every Dreco is a pure Jlquld" extract 'of
r f ") for ,advocating .sinful. pleasure at light than yesterday. And these the juices of many roots; herbs,
jar such fearful'cost T young folks will dance, despite all barks and berries, which have a di-
raised the number of men action the vital It .
The-.war words against It. Irect on organs ,
w' employe in the medical department Then where Is. there a better place assists the stomach to carry. its load; ?
vr than the Parish-Gym T Right among(regulates the.bowe1a; and purifiesthe
a \ seventy the church work and the church blood of its poisons, thereby ban.' t s"iehing
theseHs Surgeon General' Blue. With standards, where one doesn't, .question -rheumatism and catarrh.
the records before him he recenly the standard the surroundings Dreco is now< sold by all modern
k sent a circular letter to the pastors for one moment. And the first. druggists: and is hlA'hly eommend. t
their help in the campaign the Central
:.. Imploring led DfUllsto.
for the prevention of venereal die- (Continued On Page Seven.) .pHleelmmeeby i .
ease and.kindred evils ,.In'this letterhe ___n .J
THE says that the public dance: ,must "
go. ** -J ;
4 r The Mothers' Club writer of, two

4: FRIE'NDLY.YO'SACCO.. r. weeks sensual ago impulses said that in the children dance.have. Thisis no -

true because they have notr come
t 7 . to the age of uberty. But In the % '.y. '
. ,
I teen age nt adolescent period sensualitv -
is at its strongest. And this '"
I is the'critical and danger period in

their lives-as well 'known to every

Thar's two things can'tbe student-of psychology. w : / *.-
1' Our appeal Ill. that teachers and
' : parents in the light of these facts 'i1
imitated--.yoqthFul' shall think.seriously 'of their:",tel.ponsibility :

.. t' I: i .r
1 : charm and mellow,* .old. (Signed) 'Mhiietarisj Association.By ,

,-, ,"the Secretary. .
... .
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(" "' Dear Sir 'In reply I to the protests ii ,.

i'' 1. 'J "Me11owiold: 'i1gC? :;;in ,good, Kentuclqr; may against I'be' my permitted letter onif'Dancing a.few words, Etc.of" __ '.' .

,a a'k,' Burleys" "TpBacco : is :Breached ;;' ;; explanation that I'took on account for granted of'the T matters . :I. ", '

4'' j' "has cured; twb'years. . ' ,,With the' letters of protest: I'' am ,. I 11! :. r' ,4
In'almost-perfect'accord as. regards *;
r j. - *. v
Y'N .....\ \<" ..., 4' I", ., l,' aF the care and 'aaf.c ardin/ of our ; Satisfac1Ionfolti'the,, ; V '
,' mother :r.
'* dear ones, but, what loving '" ,
I We.put'millions'"of. ; '.P 9i1sw I' >uW or" would do otherwise T :: -: sweet tooth. . ; (\.
F : ; ;. -*: t 'The' great .question in my mind la. I.. , '' . . ,.'j<." ". t''. '
: \ '.
: .'houses"efyeryvyear.ltoiripen' for .. thisIs depravity 'caused by dancing 11 r .. '
a wp :. the'outward 'Aid1c appetite and '
1- or 'viciou* 'dancing " : h-. \

4 .' ItIs i 'a; slow ; :expensive: '''" expression of 'depra yUy?/ . > teestlohbeuef .,
,years.; In .May Cosmopolitan Judge BenLindsey : 1 : It-J- .t ."

I method But; it : Velvet Qstl',' .writing ,of :rear conditionsand 'and.enJQ" f.In'.4: \ .'
.. makes; ,. illegitimates' in London. Eng., "' ) e 1
.:, says.:, "I shall say that the war time .

'good. a ,pipe: tobacco, ; ,money can: buy., j exaggeration conditions in'London'of ordinary are notes
.! .. in any-of our,own industrial town." ' '
And, only'
I II[ ,dancing'or; natural and-unhealthy 5 cents .

i It ;'ri akes'Vdvet.m, l conditions,,the cause of this depravityt ,a' package.> .. '
Most army doctors ..and many / .. ,
,low>t d friendly-cool' denominational. churches advocate ...
clean dancing as an offset to the..conditions

4' ; r' and! long-burning.: ; 'Get' :, ', . ,.We have that to lead'live to by so God's much help trouble., with $ -. +? ..:

..that charm our" own conscience and'' not bv the
judgment\ot, : < friends ''and nellrhbo: .

,a:... --, ,age, :, ,","to,', ;'-ocii': Who.. Fortunate,,A in MOTHER,Being,\a' Menv" Tlgbt rrtPt iI >& ,
,""- ": .. ." her. of?.theMothers'JJlub.: ; '1\ '" .. .. ,
: .. 'Eepf'Rlabt
pipe -- ,_ L at
. wMORE ,

: : . . ".".. -., ,'. . (;- Editor':Valley- Gazette '" '*' r' ,

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: , INRAjEp '
-'I'-, ". ..' ',f. ". '<-' .". paper published monthly _in ,ja !large
.r; > -f_ ,rlet' r- institutional church: Jn'oneof our v
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-" great cities. -one
:; ,} t.I' .__ ," ". ......... : r ot'aeveral'hundred.It.-inflaenee,having- a" membership has\ a +. :

': \ I Ro1l\a, VELVET, large pafrish 'h ,u.. .(thoug-h not Episcopal 1 I l v:
l" / 'eti.Ir' !" .,,'" I .ni. Sunday
'/C1I' ) 'large "gymnasium'
\ .school rooms'-and a.beautiful auditorium T
? the latter, ,i r. preaching; .-. i
If' : services only: .' '" -
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tr Of eoai. "rained' on the nlgfeti'of( ,
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rouR r THE K1SS1MMEE VALLEY' CAZETIE,:;'FRIDAY..'JUNE .. 1919 .:. .,..

I ''not for reappointment and MRS.' COSNER HONORED 17TH JUDlCIALClRCtTTINCLUQES . "MOTHERS- =TEACHERS''q.UL''' ;' :

5&&" -:t K1SSTOEE VALLEY GAZETTE 1 in the J their :places thus far Ijava' not/been : "' '
The Watcher ;
Treetop Club extends ., .
... filled. BY PYTHIAN, StSTES; :...O&GEOL: ( COUNTY The- Mothers' ,cordial '1"
mothers and.!
.. .0 ***""' invitation-- to the ;
J : I r" **** m*
PvMlehee! E...,. Fri.K. ..,. -. O&EECHOBEE CHAMBER OF The Pythian Sisters planned a very A 'new Judicial1' Circuit composedof fathers of meet.rwlth ,.. A.
>97 ....__ Valley G...<<. c._...y I No. 4. pleasant surprise for Mrs: M. Coiner, the counties of Osceola, Orange with us at the Chapter House Fri* :F'..
: :, FI.rI.... Strange. that the Germans don'tlike COMMERCE HELD, BANQUET T one of their membersWednesday' 'afjternoon and Lake, was created by the legislature day,June 13 at 8:00: p., >n.;at a,social. -
r-- terms. Isn't I itT They '
1 x' the .
peace and after the busi'ness ,
regular ; ,1
I \- is *; -- '' W. .. H........ PrwleH. >.. ,t tV .- 0. Vu. Apew, ...ertt.rytented 'they think that some nice soft little held the first of a series Of"hf; home on Mabbette street for a for advice in our efforts to organize ,
k *. fe.e.he.e '_ _ .. Me..' II pink terms would be' handed to{banquets which the organization pro- merry afternoon. Mrs. Potter' was attorney the past genera seven), has years been, appointed.assistant healthy. helpful bappy.recreaUoD: ', ; ,

:%\ 1' .11.. Kaleai them They complain that they are poses .to give 'in an effort to, bring sent in advance for a call to insure fudge and Joseph H. Jones, State our young folks. .
'"' r rt One, Copy. One Year_....*.........- ,"without honor. Wonder when they,,into cordial relations the citizens of Mrs. Cosner's complete surprise. Attorney for the new circuit. ._ Mn.1 G. W. Beat. Tres... N Y
4 t r ',' Ope Copy, FIx: Month-...?.._.._ began to worry about honor T It that and adjacent towns for the pro-] Delicious i ice cream and cake con- It. will '-be known as the Seventeenth -,
One -COP)'. Tbre.. Months.- ''must have, been after they sank the motion ',of community eluded this 'happy,.event:; Judicial .Circuit. Subscribe for the ValleySEASONABLE G.-ette-.

4, All communication except from our mothers and their babies on the Lusitania well as providing occasions fo asocial t Mrs. Cosner's-guests were<- Mrs- J. .. "'C -. -
l-h {} t e ,! a-uthorlied correspondents: must bet and after the treaty ofBrestLitovsk I.enjoyment, on the evening of June 3. H. Ransom Mrs. H. M. Breaker.
1 .I"Ko.ct7d' : the matter wtIteU'will not b. returned that they crammed "Mr.,.J., E.!; Lovvorn was the toastmaster Mrs, H. R. May, Mrs. T. M. Riven f
w, ; .anIeu called for. down the throat of helpless Russia. at the initial banquet, .for 'Mrs. Leon Fennell. Mrs. W.. H. Porter
-,, *.--. r : Honor? Huh"But it is the -peace i which the asignments of'toasts"and ,. Mrs. 'E. H.> .Fennell. -MI'I. M. L GOODSRIGHT
G''r . (Entered In the. aeoond-claee Postofaee at matter Kljalmsne )- of death" they say. It is' death only.speakers was as follows! I iByrd.Mrs. Sarah Prevatt. Mrs. J.,, L ,
Florida a
to the ambitions of that quiet and I(, Okeechobee, What, -If Is and What BeamanV Mrs. Jim 'WoodalU Mrs.. ,.A'I
usedto It Will Be ,W. Wlnn Mrs; J. D. "Jeffords; Mrs. J
modest little emperor that they ; D. R. )McNeil, and Dr. C. .'
[ .dote on, that's all. Oh, of course R. Darrow. A. Barclay; Mrs. R. S.' Floyd. Mrs ) .
the dear common people will haveto How to Build Okeechobee: ;. S. "'J.. W. H Farmer, Mrs. Julius Smith -.AT : . ..

rub the skin off their knuckles Triplett.What. . and Misses Lucy.' Buckles and Eliza
paying for the shindy they've had the Chamber of ; Commerce beth Donegan.

but they'll live through it, and t will Means to Okeechobee.''Judge' G. ''F* "' PRICES j'=-..-
do them good. They 'roll up their! Parker and Ed Scharfschwerdt. LINEN SHOWER, FOR : .

eyes and say piously, "We didn't begin Civic Club. What It Has and Will MISS LILLIAN PRENT1S '
the waAw g'wanl Sat, Accomplish Mrs.' T. B: Owens. '

t' Dutchey, sign up like a little man' East Beach, Natur '. Choicest Miss Mona Huffman was a charming
and quit your yawping. Gift C. 1. Wilder.Okeechobee hostess 'on Thursday evening) of We Lave in.stock a full line Seasonable' Good, .ncn .<
. County' Schools, R. E. (last week entertaining with .a linen
The Kissimmee schools are closing' Hamrick.Our shower for Miss Lillian 'Prentis, who
this week in a blaze of glory. A Court., Judge: E. B. Donnell. I twill be one of Kissimmee's. 'June Porch Rockers Porch Swings
larger number than ever before are Nearby towns were represented-bridea.I : to

billed to graduate, but rumors are and their merits extolled by the following I I Miss Huffman's apartments were ,Porch Sets Porch Shades Trunks
-.'::"- FRIDAY JUNE 6, 1919. I Tife that stern teachers are using the Bassenger;; by Alex Thompson )I attractively decorated with 'cut 'flowI -
i blue pencil freely and Vhe -voice of ; Fort Drum, "by John Parker; ers in a pretty color scheme of pink Bags Ice Cream Freezers. }
;++ 't t Tomorrow is$ election dny. I the flunker is heard in .the land. Potter by W. W4. Potter and Utopia,!land white .

f,' From the Tree Top it looks although by H. J. Crouch: ; .j The members-of her SundaYlchool; Flreless Cookers'Ec"t. { ,
Vote for paving:' and drainage' there has been good team The menu -was novel In .get-up in ''class' were her guests? and on their a
s notes. work the school forces and that instead of naming the various arrival Miss Prentis'was blind-folded prices. are '
I steady among along all lines. The edibles comprising the bill of fare it while( her' tPri4nd$, gathered around whicb we are offering at4* j>reatoB.Ue We ,

.A vote for drainage r.nd paving fact: that progress Prof. R. M. Evans'has severed started off with -"Opportunities,"and her spelling her name In unision while t. _' .. ,._ auo afe6ti f erPathe.Phonographs .. .
$ notes is a vote for progress.Rantzau his connection ,with our schools ened with "Sweet Dreams.," wth 'they showered her with the dainty -- f -.-.
\ such intervening dlshes..a. "Pros ,presents... When..these -wereexamin, ' -J-
t adds a saddening touch to the festivities : Records
can't bear and
r says the Huns of ommencem t time. He pects" "Boulevards a la 'paved," etc. ed they were, found to be a lovelyaotof l : I
,' "the" terms of thereaty. Well who thirteen to the infraction table linen.
F 'has given years -
do they think made a peace. treaty of our youth, and his leaving FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Then cards and pencils were distributed ,:
+ 1I and each one inscribed advice 1 Came u ud let u slow you ,r,
? necessary. severs ties that are tender. The 11:00 a. m., Sunday School Mr. J. for the prospective :bride and ,
r 4 I- ''good Professor's reward is not merely L. Overstreet, superintendent. which indicated some origin ,
groom: 7Safisfaefery
,' ;;" Two of KiBsimmea's most charm" the dollars that has been paid him 12:00 noon. Congregation to at..''ality among the authors.
r as salary, but the knowledge that he tend commencement sermon in High' cake
fing young women will become June Pink and white ice cream and T7k d .qr
has touched the lives of our young School auditorium. I refreshed the guests at the close of c. H. GRANTHAM
L brides and in each event the happy '
;e r people for good as no other person I 2:30: p: m. Junior League Miss. .theevening.. Star
man comes from another city. What'sthe has. His going is a distinct loss to ,,Hopson-, manager. I Attending this leasant event were R
1 matter, Kissimmee boys? Kissimmee and we shall miss his 7:30: p. m. Epworth League prayer Misses Lilian Prentis,, Mona Huffman ooooooo ooo..ooooooooo
;. genial personality, and the inspira- meeting, Miss Huffman Pres. Ethyl Roberson Edna Schwei t
t i'' Howard Wilcox won his first vic, tion of his modest Christian man- 8:30: p. m.. Preaching by the pas kart, Nettle Newton. Gertrude-Mc .------- --- -----
in the. annualinternational hood. "When shall we see his like .tor. Subject: "Loyalty to Christ"Thursday Kay, Helen Base Muriel Prentis and u
y tbry again."' 10:00: ) a. m. District Mrs. Roy Starbird.
,t ,' sweepstakes and has beep declamed . Conference convenes, continuing t.,

.e' a speed artists of the first water I From early morning crowds "Sad through:' Wednesday evening CHRISTIAN CHURCH SUMMER SHOES, '

C This was his seventh start in the poured through the gates,and up into R. F. HODNETT Pastor.
11:00-Sunday School.
event. Which all goes:' to show if you the grandstand surrounding the 12.00-Sermon.
great racing oval, two and one-half DANCING AND GOSSIP.Our 1
., : don't succeed in the first
attempt try 7:15-Y. P. S. C. E.
miles around. It and
was a holiday,
w at least times. editor has graciously:' given us 8:30-Sermon.
again seven no frown of care was seen the
upon ]I the privilege:' of using his paper for Prayer meeting each Wednesday For We Have
r brow of any, but instead there was 'discussion on dancing. May we aska
ri Through the action of the House, a glow of expectation; as the throng i I further favor from him ? evening at 8:30. L. A. S. each Thurs. '

Okeechobee county has acquired 100- passed led by the lure of a great ||I We are a very smart people at detecting day.Junior ,
;' 000 acres which are eight and a half race. More than a score of steel the faults in our neighbors:' C.x E. each Sunday, at 8:30 Them p.
chariots were lined up for the start. Now will some one give us their definition p. m. MenWomen
} townships of territory previously a Slowly at first they moved away, of "Gossip" and then we can Yqung Ladies' Circle meets each

v \ part of OeSoto county. Okeechobee then faster and faster they went un-I look in the mirror. If the cap fit second Sunday. in the

.,s., ;a 1. :. has made a fine record since it was til they had passed once around the I and is unbecoming, we can remodel C. W. B. meets the first Fridayin .
track. Then at the quick crack of it at rate it at'a different '
---- established) and the added acres will I or any wear
each month.
the starter's the steel is not .
pistol giants angle, so" that one eye
t'' increase its prosperity, and enlargeits dashed ahead at ninety miles an blinded. Church Board meets' first. Sunday Best Makes

1 influence. hour, and the race was on. Eighty I -A Faulty Neighbor. I afternoon each month. I

1 f thousand people sprang to their feet You are cordially invited' to our and '
1 ; The second annual meeting of the and cheered as the .racers passed likea 'GUS BAISDEN CHARGED services. andLatest

a : ... State Automobile association will beheld by whirlwind and the grim of wrath.shapes thunderiK Hours'went* on WITH SERIOUS OFFENSE 81-tf. W. H. Coleman Pastor, t .. i I !
,s in DeLand' the last of this and the crowd applauded\ Thenit .

month and the local organization came Something went wrong: for On Monday Judge T. M. Murphy .Children Sty '
1 bJ .r should be well represented. Good one machine was hurled into a mass held a preliminary hearing whereinthe Classified Advertisements es. .!
: :
State of Florida charged Gus ,
"+ roads have long been accepted, as one of wreckage and one racer's life was .\

1' of the -most important .. features in. snuffed out, while the multitude looked -I Baisden with with having female under carnal sixteenyears inter OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE Y Q (/. k
on. For a moment the spectators 'course a HELP WANTETD MAN. 'With knowledge : .e
,F y the! prosperity of any section, andgood were awed in silence but soon they) of-ago of previous chaste char- of ....4., gardening. or farm. .. "

7 k : roads' lithe, aim'of the sssocla- turned again to' cheer the living 'p'i-II I peter. State Attorney Joseph H. .Ins.excellent: Market. and''Gardner unusual preferred sale oppor i an FRED S.GIL BER TrRUIT "' .t

+ tion, ,-r '* i 1 lots who were still :flirting with I'Jones, assisted by Cary D.State Landisof and tunlty. The Wing Beed Co., MechanIc.burg .... '\1.,' >..( "
the Ohio. IS.
death DeLand represented
on the fatal track. The thrillof
/ adventure ajd the delirium of the plaintiff was repJ' WANTED--Live Soft Shell Turtles. .
Among the first sedeeted
Johnston & Garrett: After the con Fla. -
; risk was ,on the people and they Cohoon Packing; Co. Orlando .
:;..J, for a landingsite' of a permanent wanted more. And it came; for out clusion of the tsthnony Judge Murphy "f4-1A -

Ta o nature for the new aerial mail servo '''of the warp and woof of chance and bound the defendant over to the FOR SALIC-One Emerson Typewriter '" \

+ ice is Kissimme. Fltf.;, which dtyfrot fate, another tragedy was woven before next term"of the Circuit Court in model three, risible, as good as new. :
t ) busy .prepared a landing site their eyes. Another car over- the sum of 1000. Apply Valley Qaaette. ,, tf.
+u that would be acceptable. We hope turned, and rebounding, I ignited, and Oscars Ford, colored was The FARMERS-Bend'today for a free samle JARS
flame wrapped It became a chariot into court charged with rape.' copy of the Florida.'Farmer and ,
i ; r in the next list of towns reported. to of fire Indeed to its two riders who hearing in. This case was postponed Stockman published at :Jacksonville.
'r' Lakeland in the list sito is when the state attorney Teals about livestock 1 ralalnr. dalrr*
; see The until tomorrow,
were destroyed. A hush came upon Ing, poultry' citrus fruit and truckIn .
'( y "" i eomln<<.pretty wen Jjyt it lack 'ranch the great assemblage' ftr a. :flew ,will be' present .- i r. twice a month at 10e per yearthree '

", r 'work yet before '.It will be reported moments then soon again they REST general year* for farming$1.00. Only papers.,livestockand la the .Tie Casnlng Seasef.b BOW '.. sad we can furnuk the Jan la- pints,
[cheered as the winning MISS :. 'state. Write today. "
_ 'Acceptable and ready 'for.the. airmen car passed 'quairti asd kalf.'allons la U7 :...ulity.
i to jump onto.--Lakeland Star. the goal and the race was won. ''Is Upon the completion of "Cheating ; . ; 4

r this a description of a scene in the Cheaters Clara' Kimbtll Young'slatest FOR.r.- SALE"" -Second-hand prices. Oeceola'Ford'oarsattraetIva .MotorCo. Our be Groceries.. b' also. 'complete and W. caB year attention weer ,
I Colliseum. in",pagan ;days when-.human ,Select Picture.: which; was 7Broadway.( ' , ..,
w ; ; :'A''decrease 'of 864 weekly newipa-' life was cheap and gladiators scenarlorized from the state successof i .te the fdl.wI! g'r.a.o.ableprlca, :! ) "\ '" ;

pen 42 daily .newapaP ;"* and ,IbO! were butchered to make -a Roman the same name by; Max Marcia DWELLINQS. for rent, .Apply., 'to ''M.TIII.r. .
.. .. .. . 1 wY
,a., publication of other olassea duringthe holiday? ,It is.not! It all happened the star is taking,,a.ahort vacation.\ FLOUR. '. ... s "
last:Saturday at the Speedway in Her rest will not be'all plays how. FOR 8ALm-EltrhtT' acres;' '11a\ .* Tall pink Salmon can' ___;..'9-0
.. listspublished .
'. year-1918 shown by the Indianappjis. The Watcher wonders ever' for this Select War is...''ever e. cleared .and. under fence:.f &e... In 'Geld ;')decal, 24-Ib. sack..4,75 Dark .Red Salmon can ..__.. :..80'; ;
; standard of bearing ranare groves, .GO' worthof "
by a
_ directory' I whether eur1'eultured: and refined mindful of the thousands of admirers cypress 'timber 'on \rapt: ." t01lr. Self-Rising21,16 Chile Con Cams ....._:_:1 .12'
wy: a . American newspapers. The put ,e., civilization is all that it ;should be. and the pleasure'they derive not only room hoop and kitchen. ,-.Also (0 ; sack: : .r-;.-_ Wilbey's. Dutch Cocoa ,28
marked tb.'death or. consolidation of -i from her high,.rtl.try.but'also from bead-of cattle and.a food'bunch of. Loose Flow; per ,lb ,?_._.,;,.. ..7thAnPanakeFlonr 1br.::.. a
J I her exquisite costumes made exclusively range bore looee on the ranee.Farmln Corn Flakes.,2 for ____,,;,,:,;, .25 y,, w
, ,i.,+ t ;,4 .. l,9M"papen,, and the launching of 776 A. H. FILLERS SUCCEEDS PROF. by. Lncile, Lady Duff-Gordon.. near* tools KenanaVllle.and Implements.Price "-,lOe.Loeated >. . : ; P. ?.!.__.. .15 Post Toastles: 2 for ..._::.:.;.:.25' 1;
2: 'new enterprises.. Then -aN.a. ( present EVANS. Ever since Miss- Young\ plcturised: half eaab.. balance terms to _It. B. .
Meal t : Sareaded Wheatpkg..4t'14; : ;; :
e H. Ouy. Ke.ane.IU.. Oat: 3-.7'os. _-._._-.::_ .28 I
2,562.dail. newspapers. .i _ 'pared with 2,604 !last ,.ear. "tb..j'umi. The school- in her..Select Star Series, lint Ladle . .Black'Eye!: eas-ft:; 8C;8 for >25 Picnic Ham, Ib ..--f.i' ;/,32'; s e J

' b.rof: ortunate county.In board. ha. been learned.that this book ", a. -'Writ- MOTICB. 'orvAVPLicATioir. ,roB Nary Beans, '2 Ibs'.y' ..:.;.. ',025 Sliced: Ham; Ib ..._:1_L.! :::.: :+.50. wr. '
; 'wpeklies has shrunk from securing Prof. A. ""'! -
t H. -
ti ] last this Fillers, of Miami to fill the positionof ten by her own sister,. this ;world )oWER-..eo'1Whorn ,,.. . 'Lima BeaDS;,Ib.;;;lEc.:,' 2 for.._ '.25 No; 10 :SnowdrIft' -";...._ ..z.. 2.40 "t , '

C Every 6699 year to-15.735 year.. superintendent of,the schools here famous.:dressmaker -has taken ,n especially T 'It May ,Concern' 'Best :Bacon: *-__-...._;._....*_. .38, No. Snowdrift ._;;;:".;1.20'
) newspaper''publisher knows* as a .uceealOr': .to Prof.. M. keen personal interest her Notice Is hereby'' riven that the Tin '" :2 Qt Fruit Jan'dos, fit'
;R. Evans, : ._;::. r.lAO.
""Prunes Ib ; :
.40-60 ._._..... MArbnckles
. Elisabeth Cotterroan widow
the. reason'for.' the -decrease. High who creation. for Mils Young. A.. result rt
declined x"
lC reappointment. Andrew Cotterman/late. 0. 1 Qt. Fruit Jan; 'do...:: :' 1.15"a
of ;
came. the marvelous gowns' with Coffee, Ib ...... .80 .;
cost .of paper and other material, Prof.-A. H. Fillers is a graduate ceola State of Florida,'. d.. i '
t ; cardty of'competent help; increase from Mary svf ]e, Tenn., and the University which, Miss Young, has ,charmed, her ceased Coantyll'', -la the Court of the White House .Coffee. ,.Jb ....' .50 1 Pt. Fruit Jars_ doa ..:.:,::,;:. ;.95. '
admirers. ad- .of Oeceola. County,
to wages and salaries of ofof Chicago holding a B. female -and her, male State County'Jud ofFlorida.e. .- a<, petition .tea, assign Senate ,Coffee,,!t> t......_..._..i..45 ; DRUGS . +
want supr miredl .too if the truth ,mutt be
F1 S. -' '
..J': port from'tlf. horn. merchants and While and a he A.a ',' be known! So' here's good,>news wldow'a the MI4"olndr.w dower out Cotterman.of the estate deceased of, No 1 Tomatoes.,. can I6c, 3 for :.25 Turpentine,. per bottle, ___-..: x'.10 j

.enlistment of younger publishers ara seven years young of practical comeswith. experience only is. Clara Kimball Young the. beloved and that OD the ''th -4aY' 'ot .July, ..A.J No.: t '.'romatoe., ,2;'for_..:._ ,..25Catlup .Camphor,. per bottle r."i.iCastoria : *,?x-.25 :i1 r '

' .memo of them.-JUtusriner Adrocate."The ,He taught-in Miami hut year of millionsof. film fans, ..goingtocome )..''.'1111.Honorable the under.tRedwit T. M.) Murphy Ja appl"to'tlte ts per.bottle;'.___...___ 44 per bottle --.:.'..80,' '.' ,

i and'com" here from that city. back'to making Select' Pic of said , to Issue a writ to the Kerosene Oil,' gallon :i_...._. .18 Sulphur, per pks ._..;;;i;'::..4.05, -
turd'With renewed enthusia.m after Sheriff ,of said County, cornmandtnvilm
> The -
.: Jloth '.Teaeher. club is stimulating ! school last board made the appointment I'er vacation 'but,.be...also. going to to. summon coramlseloners. 'as- Thread..spool__.T_. _,_, '..06.No. Epsom,Salts, per pkj .,__:.; ,r0tr' r
Monday at its June '
.. 1 .I Interest in some permanent i meeting<<, and wired' asking for his have pew*gowns. galore.i ' set cording off to'to who... trip a>aH dower Mlot Inter and .' 2 Peasbestir-: ; : .15 'Vaseline, per bottle' ._iL.1Machine'Oil : ..::., .05'k't., ::"

memorial to the soldier boys from ; acceptance, which they have receiv Her latest creations are" worn, by eat ,ln"aal4atate: at 'wbieb time"all, No. 2:'Com;>__-.;....__...._.: .15 .. Per bottle.'',..:..,., ,..20 ,:
Interested In said iestate '
,k Kissimmee who "will not come edWhile : . :Miss lc1a:Young In"''CbeatiJlg"Cheaten,1ow whether persons as creditors, heirs at law er Peaches-Heavy.; ;Syrup ...._? .24 Sweet Oil, per bottle !:..:::....:.:.:..U !' ,
will '
-, ,Lom.".and to those who have escapd II the school It is officials with .deep the" regret-pupils that and Monday,_ + be at,,the the; Casino feature'Theater attractionon ,; It next any of ther kin;' to heard, the In Brantlnc objection of :;Peaches,'California: .35 Carbolic Acid per bottle .,.:_; :.14, '.. ;

; / the'dangers of trench and camp the patrons lose Prof. ,Evans from ; the. This prayers.Jan''of th.-aald.' A. petition.D. 101$.' \ Apricots,. heavy. syrup ,._.._ .82 Sweet. Spirits Niter .bottle.::. .,14 :;;; it

..nd 'have'"returned or soon will be I, Kissimmee. they .will'be gratified to CATS.AU'TAXED: ? ' EI.IZABETHCOTTERMAN ;Grated Pi eapp1e,'can ...... .30 FEED. .W< .. ' .,..." .; 'Y" .

... thorn again :'It Is ''suggested that found learn that so worthy ,a man, has ,been r All.cats In 'Petersburg: ; must .,Wid w' rOt' 'Andrew.. 'Cott.rmanfeWby' .be- ,Can Pumpkin' No;'8._:.._* 18 Oats, 100 lbs. -,._.L__...,.,, .8b l ". ',; .

., either- .to build ,upon..the foundation pay ; t 'Kraut,.Uo S;'lw_____,___,_. .18 Corn 100 Ibs. : '
gymnasium or recreation laid through ,.the. past : a licenee4a'and., inaddition 4( t i.; '.t..'>! 4.00 + '

:fcsJl be'erected'or trees.planted .WI "There .wilT be no;other'yearLy chan: _ lJ: must be belled;..thatis-':; :.,:tack: .at , [Not: ;Speed. ;; .Yoar-.yeatlOi. .it. 'Fi.h' '-,Flo; :can.-.._;i;. :..m_. ..10All'l'icltlssbottle. Shorts, Best, -100 Jbs. ... ..-:8.40: ', i;-: .,

.J...:?f perpeta.t.:the. emol'J' of.their .a the faculty. 'Mrs.' Robert -Toorabs, Been.eQ! must.,''i! ] bell, ;>fastened :C :;; .,._,.fc_* >14 Velvet Bean Meal '100 lbs:, ,3.95 : !' ; o):
__ : .r' .. "'ffiflce.Why'not'carry: ; out1,both''plans. remembered MI..-. Enna Hotham to its ..Aeckrto :serve,.as,warning1 to :M. ERCER. HEALING;; French Mustard' .bottle ._. ..14Dnrk'ey's Cottop Seed Meal, 4'x:3.75'n; ; : .
:t Nothing could ''N fitting will teach Latin and French, and it birds handicaps Dressing. w.:..___ .14 Beet: I ..
... ,-more than is uncertain and the .cats; in ? Pulp ..l.,.......;.!. S.U' '.' .
:; .to commemorate.''tho..' who.made the will accept: her whether position Miss as-'Whitener.Historyand catching,JhebIrfsThs! ; .'city,Commissioners : ,SPRINGS'iii ;SmlthaJh-emler, ,. ;:. ._..._.._ ,35 Hay 100-.JbtkJi.ii.l.._..:1,8.00 -:'; .
Of, '_'',inpreme. s sacrifice than 'living trees, Clvie' teacher agafm,/;The mathematics ," on" request :of 'the AUdubon ; tfcegwOUNTAINS,,'OF WEsT Curtis "Jamsbottle -_?.__. 2 Oyeter-Shef,100-.lbs-.r.4.60.r; :;: ) .", '

t a,.w 'JfcrMle the gymnaslnnr oirn-ecreatlon teacher has not' yet ,ap Society,"'passed "on" first'reading'' :the VIRGINIA, wheN Ui.< air .-. para I .All.'Jellies;.',Tambl rs_ i.I.:':".._ ;t.14 Chicken Grit. 100"]'.."..- .-...-,.1.'1'. ". ,'Ie'' .. .

I, :"U, '.". .would. be a' very practical man- pointed. ( ordinance:'Imposing' till -regulations' and'nlghta'cool? The water is cool. - '::1'1 .: I II
r .:, ..{/4 -sjer,of.expressing,appreciation-? -to the Miss Almena Leitner-was appointed 011.thl cats..A tax of $1.00 for males parkUng .and -pure. ; cannot ,be snrpaased I 1' : '. is.;'
as English teaches: and Miss f..the.n.. of stomach kld.e -
'"fiafs" 'Wbo' came, back.' 'Plan 'the and 2.00'.for iema1e.'I. imposed and .CUT PRICE, CASH" e ea ;
4 ', ,Cooper will again,Science. ,, bladder .t''tena of skia'.doeaeesj : GROCERY :;:
eijifs Oow,' arTr:out the'plan in :full In the Grades. Miss,_ ,Cleo' :Wo.61dridge. the:eat,,eatcber. 1.10"'deitroT 'all unA nukes* o... feel >liko av? De" I *" : . ..

___ _ttf iSBStsinrJan n_;appropriate...building who baa.been.teachingone o* :!: !Pampa...Times. l 'S;;: person.':..For-booklet Information.. -, > '.Phone".J41'. . :" "422 Broadiray : ..". "". a,

is 'with,, the Jark..tbe. ]the sixth: grades.-will be in charge of .address. ,IL G' Meador. Prop'r'at, ., '

!.....ter :.deyeloped.' one of. the eighthgrebes.. Misses standard breed'of.chickens is being Athens. ,W. .Yea.MI .. '.'::':,,_ #.. QU1CgSALEB'AND. .,SMALL PROFITS'.! '' :... ""

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: ; : :."!" :' " ',, .. 'U .. .:I "John H.,: Bal.den.and.son' Gus- of, GRIFFIN-BUCHANAN.I. J -. -

Whittler,, were in,the City Monday, v Casino' Theatre I YIr
,An eventt, of last'evening was the
( Weather
) \ \ Report [ ;'Lyles 'Story returned
: : ; I marriage of Miss Julia Frances -
night: from-. buine..' trip to -Winter" T Week,.Gi1 June 9th .Buchanan;,daughter' of Mr. ''and Mrs.

r, :IIBaTeL' ,. Matinee ''4:30.; f:'j.. ') i Night :8:15" S. T. Buchanan of this"city, and- Mr.
Tomorrow' Is elctlon"day. A 'voteif :IIIcNDAT' Laurence J. Griffin. of'Miami which .
Following are dBi'tempera-' : or paving and drainage. notes is'a Clara KlmhaU Young" In I' wa solemnized at 8 o'clock at the
tons.nd precipitations at re- (vote for''progress. "" "CHBATINQ CHEATER*' home of the bride. 89 West Fifth

ported ''by.Government station- : I IMrs.; Y. C.: Allen .and boys' of Lakeland lath, Eiptcod, of "HOUDINI. street Springfield.

at Kissimmee S.- the week endIng "-' spent Thursday at the home'of r> TCKSDAT Rev J. B. Mitchell performed the
WlUlam mond In
.Thursday,' June, 5. 1919] .- : lot her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ira rWHITBWABHKD ;.WALtA" ceremony, which was witnessed by
r Maw Bass. Oaumont, Weekly.WEDI.E.DAT. . I relatives and most- intimate, friendsof

,Thursday ..... 90 66PrMay | The Man of I Might." a 'thrilling Corrln,' Ortfflth. In.' ., the contracting parties.''

\._.... 90 70 :serial with William Duncan and Ed- UNKNOWN vAfiTITT.", The rooms of the 'residence were
.r. THE UlJV RSAt CAfil
:ith Story will begin at at the Casino Mutt, *.. Jeft In Comedy. beautifully decorated palms, ferns -
Saturday ........, .8t 69 .94. < > following "Houdinl ---- ., '- ;, THURSDAY and cut flowers being most effective. ,

'+ s Sunday -.?__? 87 71 .I' "}In; L. C, Randall 'and children,of Madallne- In. A,, pink, and green color motif "was

\ Monday -v..._, 89 70, : Jacksonville are spend ing'\several Harold WHEN Ix>yd 1n--8I FATE'8BNOR.1-DECIDES! carried out, carnations being' used to Take good. care,, of four,"Ford Car 'Do "j. 'ex-'

J 'Tuesday _._. J90 71 !weeks. at the home 'of their' parents FRIDAY _, advantage throughout the' lower '
full unless
? floor. !The was performedbeneath it to give service give'it
M,. and Mrs.; Ira1 Bass.. World Film Corporation featuring aa ceremony peel you you
'p 4 : Wednesday ,y.s; '.92, 70. ,_"<<., '' allstar cast.. ''.n arch connecting the P< :
I State-Attorny 'ol. HrJones: -of ? ,I and it
'eare' give
Arbuckl. irf for ,some Let us regular
:1 living room, the arch being
. ,',."-0'" to. 0 ... .w 0.... . ...., j Orlando; 'and attoreny Cary D. Lan- :"FATTVS JOT HIDH." 1 1Oaumoht festooned with Southern smilax and/ .' -

,. die of DeLand. were In Kissinunee Weekly." I,other tlpiriInq--vines, with stately treatment occasionally. ,No; "bogut parti :or,
legal bu.ln.II'Monday.' *' IfYI" Cummlnirs. palms on either side., .- unworthy i materials used an'.Don
;Mr.. Will F Fortenbery and baby, 'THE SCtR--. I Miss Pearl Murdock presJdedatthepiano '
ITEMS OF A WEEK I accompanied by )In.. Ira Bass, left Fifth, ,,'''LpLode TIIE; LENT'of MT8THRTV- .' ,- rendering, a program of wedding t our' shopi. but genuine' Ford,,

: : for their new:home Friday at Old a-, Mack 8..nnt Comedy. ; :. music while the guests were assembling

p .' mar' Mrs.' '"Bassreturned. come. ';RpriNQ. HER ROMEO: : :"',.; and at the appointed ,hour Take material ;,arid 'experienced

'Bathing Cap :at Central' Drug urday. ; sat-I' Coming- THE "a"nSAT' NAZfMOVA In'hr the -bnjal party entered to> the Ford mechanic.' We"eep..
:' .
Store., The' New Edison 'and Edison great production strains of the Bridal Chorus from

Creations, only can give you a r perI J Lohengrin. Just before the entrance 'Chances' your; Ford .,cat: ,serviceable '
J Mlss-'Mattle Bahiiy'mad* aes buslf fect Reproduction' .Of Mush Try i it, KISSIMMEC, of the bridal party Miss Eloise:Hoay

> 'lI ,trip' to TaJnpa.Monday.. for. yourself. Central' ,.Drug store, DELEGATION 'sang Carrie' Jacobs Bond's ,"I Love r'years if you .give: us ,the

State Highway; EnRinter.A., L. Agents.. '' 'VISITED CARLSTROM You Truly..' 4J -- ''' .reasonable f"

Wright, of-TaftHM'.'>nf rred with, .the Miss Maggie-'Mae" Greene. of ,:Ma-. The',KI..lmmdi.at1on;: ; 1 J 'The bride was. liven .In' marriageby chance. .Our'prices'are mighty : Wl.want :
,' board on Monday- : Ga., ten ,- MessrsJ. / her father, attended by '
; con. arriyed Saturday on a an
; trade.< 'Why cant have it? ,We
Mist 'Ella Ma.Gilbert, has return day visitLwith. Miss .Claribel Mc. Earle Lupfer."W. B. Crawford, Dr. her sister, Miss Gussie Buchananas, : : your, : we ,, _

ed home after' ,spending 'several Ghee at,the home of Mr and. Mrs. Simpson, Gay Livingston< and A. /, maid of honor. ',* . i ,''1 will serve you .better than anybody elie. .
:-a t months atJacksonville. F. C. Bryan.- MacDonough motored 'Arcadia IMr.. Griffin had as his best man .

We have a nice assortment of face Misses *Donna Harbaurh and' Ed- Carlstrom Friday to confer field in with' the officials at. Mr. Herman Trammel/! of 'Jellico, I '

Sponges", Only lOc each at Central winna Ray came up from Winter regard to the prol.peetlve' Tenn.Among. : OSCEOLANOTORCO.307.9Drodtray
, NationalAir Terminal here. the out of town guesti ,
'. Drug Store Phone 41. Haven today to. visit Miss Martha Kissimmee .
,: ". haelbeen.-recommended; 'Were.the Jjridegitoom's pa.renta..And ,"
Ernest Shiver of BradentownJ- Bell Harris and attend commence-. .. -: .
---, -cn-of.the two;l.ndinlt..tajlon."in; sister :: :Kissimmee;:
:;,;..'.been"fatheringcattleH" around men=exercise.: Florida and.the business here ;; 'Mr. and' Mrs.- C.- \if Griffin ,, ; Fla. "

,.,*. ; N.arcoossee: spent- Thursday ih town. Harold Henbrg, came home Friday intend to meet the. qualifications men incase 'nice and.;Miss Misses Norma Mildred Griffin'Buchanan of Kissim and HOOD TIRES. FISK. TIRES ,. '
: from the State University at Gainesville
W. R. Fuller of.; Tampastate rep this city receives the permanent Geneva Simmons _of Lakeland, 'cous*
resentative the Alpha Portland .. where he has. been a student, appointment on the schedule. Ins of the bride;,Mrs.' Julia Graham.. fr
Cement Co.; transacted business with this week. He intends to' join their Th.-party going to Arcadia Friday'represented of Live Oak the bride's cousin,. awl

the board Monday. summer, camp in about six: : weeks. both the Kissimmee her brother, Mr. E. W. Buchanan of ,.
. + ( ,- Willie !Sutton returned '!10m. Sun* Mrs: E. J. Roliff and little son. Leroy board of- trade and the city council. Palmetto ;and Mr" Herman Trammel -

Jay from Camp Jackson, Columbia and Mrs. Clyde Bass, who had The gentlemen had a personal inter !, of Jellico, ''Tenn.-Times-Union..
8. C., where he recently received his been spending several weeks with view with Col.'Thomas Duncan of Sunday. "

i ; honorable discharge from .the serv-. relatives and friends near Knoxville.iCarlstrom field, and 'were assured '
., ice. I,Tenn., returned home last Friday that he favored the selection of Kis| The above story; would have been

'; Gerald Rivers knd Carlyle Bron- night. simmee and would assist them in anyway correct, had not the high: contracting

son, who have been students at the'I Everybody likes to see a lady superbly possible in 'securing* the appoint parties put- their heads together and
c4 y G.- M. A., AUanta.for the past school gowned-men as well as 'women ment. decided otherwise. The stage was
term., reached home this week for Clara' Kimball Young wears The committee informed the Col.onel all set and everything arranged
the summer holidays. Lucile's latest creations tn -"Cheat of the dimensions of the present come oft* as described above. The

Olin D. Sibert graduated in dentistry ing- the Cheaters" Monday,, at the field and stated, that it could be- enlarged -''wedding/: had been announced for ,

k at the Southern Dental College Casino. if nceosarry. They called his Saturday evening: and Mr. and Mrs.

+ Atlanta, Ga., on May 29th. The Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ragsdale are attention to its present oil equip-- Griffin and Miss Norma had 'made
Gazette ie pleased to ..cknowledl.ninvitation leaving: Lakeland this week to residein ment; that it was situated on.a hard their plane to leave for Jacksonville
to attend the commencement /: Orlando. They have 'made many surfaced rondo and that it..bras'within on the midnight 'train Friday.I at-
exercises.Mr. friends during their year and a half one mile of the post office and the I But the best' laid plans "aft gang
Thrasher' residence here, who Will regret their heart of the city. City EngineerMacDonough ad.." a telegram came about noon
and Mrs. C. F.
departure from Lakeland.-Lakeland will make an accurate Friday'announcing that the marriage L'a
their guests. Glen K. -Denman and Star. map of the field for Colonel Duncan, bad occurred that morning:, and the f }d ( 4

son of 'New. York motored to San.fora I The front cover of last week'iFlorida who agreed to write a letter to the happy couple were leaving for the
Sunday for a days' outing: They Christian Advocate contained War Department" Wnshln on, cit- south, presumably Miami where the
made a brief visit with Mr. and, ins these favorable1 facts.The' boardof orroom! Kt>lds a responsible position
an excellent picture of Rev. C. H. t
Mrs. F. A. Lincoln former Kissim-
trade and the city connHI will also In a bank.
'1 Summers field :
Centenary secretary
snee people, while, there. communicate
I for the Florida Methodist Conference with the officials at
You won't have to /1:0: .t the",cities under whose leadership the- Washington and it is hoped that a MISS JO MAKINSON AND ....J.

the great Narimova the most exceeded its allotment. permanent appointment will be made:
talked conference McCRANIE WIN MEDALS
of actress today. Manager I, soon. II I
Woodbeclr.has booked her four great Mayor Steed is shewing' coitinlendable In case Kissimmee is named _

i. productions "Ear for Ear" Revela enterprise in pushing the wprlc terminal it< is the opinion that aa the a I The High school auditorium was ,........:. .'s.,.... ..' w..c.,. .. -
r. tan: "The Red Lantern" and "Out 'on the park: adjoining .the railroad l government will erect scene jof a spirited contest Friday

..+ of the Fog," to begin in July, ,,Station. He has had cabbage palms 1 hangar and will provide woemenato',night, when six girls and three boyscompeted y Sometimes \t IsButLook''
alone the entire of for the :
planted east aide declamation med.
iba stationed
J. E. Hartley formerly with' the there;, It be found
the may
park this week and has had the als. .
44 A. C. L. at this place, arrived In ,,the j,necessary to enlarge the field! and in I 4
ground ploughed again: and leveled. I I I The seating capacity of the largo Out When The {
: city this " agent A. Wri i .I this event Kissimmee will stand the Bump Comes :
( Smith, who Is away on his summer I[> Among: the out .of town citizens attending expense of the work. auditorium was. taxed to its'capacity ,, :
the meeting of the board I" The before the hour arrived for the program ; r
vacation. Mr. Hartley will -take.the committees visiting Arcadia'came aa
Ity- this event Is A., MU of quto" a while sppendng dollar ke .
place of W. S. Graham who is acting county commissioners were W, home ,delighted with- the hospN as one pieasura- r every eanuas i

. '; gent during: the absence of Mr. '(King Lewis Johns.,J. 'K. HillUrd. Ofj tality shown them.on their visit. DrI I bly', anticipated throughout the year. soon, or,even gets it>-and kave a great. tiase .deiag it,,
iW. Porter C. S."Acree. Homer | R. DeWittBrown, with his High '
Simpson but skew.
!"t! t' Smith. J I I .was favored above the .,.. eventually'flow will
, tin, H. C. Partin. El Base J. H. school orchestra, rendered the opening
Mallette. her sister Mrs.) ere in recognition-of his service and
'Mrs. Jl:: R. .
R. G. C. E.' Carlson number followed by a well
4, Hel- mons; Reynolds* was taken for an air "T<1). .nd they sung Tke "rainy day" Is bond to Ufa-
L.., M. Ham and d.ulIhter..1oIi.s ;W.:,H. Kempfer B. brought
,.: '. n. and Mrs Malletfs rranddaugh.tter : Evans S.,-J.. Entrikin H. H,' .Hully. to with be them the guest Col.of Duncan'spromise the Then; the curtain rose revealing the Jl a.4pe.t. dimes sad dollars, would. come, into mif,. kty good: play.{
Schwinn. all f Savan- city'at .
Elizabeth (> ? ,
; declaim ,
F, A. Stroup, and others .. young people.who were to ; ,
some'near future t", C "
'!Y.- extended: : visit arrived with Wednesday G." W. Persons for an)1 Misses ,DonnaHarbaugh, '. Edwin- date. sMted'I upon, the stage 'Contestant '- Tar time to.lbrow'off As.spWdiVkabil: I It'.ow&; '."* :. VV\
in the
,\''' :1"and f mIJY., Mrs. Mallette. is*'.drl''.' na Ray Margaret Early and WinterHaven Mr. PAVING. BOND ELECTION I after,contestant each'so good took In part the characters program tart by depositing Just a little each week in Lids '

., Person's mother.. Roy Weeks, drove up from WILL BE HELD TOMORROW bank 'and see how muck "
, .:' last Sunday-'- afternoon for a they represented that the audiencefelt ; more comfortable sad la-.
:' Rev. J. D. Sibert left Wednesday !.few hours' visit 'with Miss Martha Tomorrow. June-'7th election at sea as to whom ''the honor dependent you'will feel a*.the. habit grows and your, ,. za
; ', for Atlanta. Ga.. expecting to return an woud be awarded. '
: Belle Harris. They returned homein will be held to determine _dollars mnltiply.. .
whether "
home Friday. Olin D. Sibert. son of of Orlando
Prof. Simmons
the evening Miss
accompanied by
'T .. Rev;. and Mrs. Sibertgraduates City KIksimmee shall issueUts. -4'
> the and
Harris'who spent a couple of days \ gave
,.. ,promissory notes In the sum of $46ao00 '
\. Thursday night Indentistery; and expects "a
, ,
lislonperforming painful
friends that
a visiting in cityWhile duty
, for.the ,
." to'. return home with Rev,' Sihert purpose of paving certain '
'a. it. said the
; : he expressed He judges -
Mr.and-Mrs'; P G. Cromar streets and STATE
0 : maintaining ann adequate .BANK-Of
: and In all probability %
'personally did not agree as to whom
tie were out" with hone and 'buggy :
.;. ,;t( ":. > ;:.--Taylor* ,County:Herald. TX."Musio ."' lookfirgafter'',some hogs near'their; ..._ ',that. promissory -I the medal- should be awarded but the i .
lIalt- ta.te.-from th- of theirthreecarda showed I
-w <: our- Itooie at Shingle Creel last.Friday notes be issued for amount averages ;
.' 't Jazziest Jam to the highest, operatHe the horse became frightened: and in'place of the ordinary this bond issue. Miss Jo Makinson- have, made thp ,
'.I t 1" aria, heard 'rendered' perfect, on started to.runstrikingatree.i.Mrs.Cronvdrtie Tb..note\ 'plan, followed in highest mark for thelrls'and! J. J.McCranle. ..,
was -
''the 'New Edison. .Central. ; providing Jr.. to have scored for the
Drug was .thrown 'out. .of '-"tile for the streets of the city and! " "' *" 'KIS'Sf'MM
. Y'" ,Store: Agents. buggy Asustaining r<'some broken"ribs has-beenr found satisfactory V boys." '. : '
J +,'*'..' ; 'fMra.M.A.'GelJrer..ndlon-'L.'D.' and aev n'cuts ,and 'brill sea.- 'Dr. ''The resolution -d lll:1atesthat: Bother"cbnteotanis wen Misses r M ".
.a'S','r have t returned'to
''1fr!:: 'few"weeks, and .are occupying their injuries;Mnd her daughterMrs.. Jd-. pavingthestreets-s oiut.oting with Mattie StanfordAlpha Westf, Lois ,RESOURCES $750,000.00_ .,,. .. Capital $ioo,000.o0r4 r4 3 _' .
.t., ; M. ? ,homeonVeronastreet." during: the thur.AldeVman, is-1Iur in her.- the short cut to St.: Cloud on the eastand TTJverstreet I I and Messrs.* Joseph. '-Sears. '" 'r .--
absence of B.:Bryan'and-wife. Mrs. I and4 Murray Overstreet.: "
; ---T--\-:-:--- ----- - :with;the ,)pixi."hf&hwayon: -the :,
Gel< '
w ,Land while her-son Is completing ,a : asked for "drainage 8' decided' bit'with'the. audience : .
course at'SteteonUniversity.: : > purposes!: will be used in. purchasing:; N the Boys' Gleelubt': which, rendered r ,C.; A. CARSON. Presideat M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY,1V-P.. *,

'- '. The"editor;of .the Gazette la in- Wiyn. 't liwy a' dltchf ir. ,machine to enlarge the .That Llttt.Peacn.hearers!; "' So this de .**.( J.D.; IEFFoRDS..c..h.ier'. '.. 'f ,
) lighted'were": the with '
debted, to" -3.R.. .Nlghswonger--: ( ditching' system and keep, in order "*' .
1ti Shingle Creek for ODe of.the largest!: the.'present .ditches. Both of'these: number that:the i boy' were called N. B.CARSON.' M.KATZ.;. t'

, .' :' , ,watermelons 'we have "...n this;, sea improvements-. of greatest importance .: back-' f or' encores,ftgaln and again.: .;: ''a-yU .CARSON. J-r ,H.;'FLEMING, krNt'
I I. .;Y.': son' tit. .NighswongeT' has twenty, that NEWTdmorroW': "to.' Kissimmee's., ?Tha'program taken as ,af whole was .
:; r'''jI acres planted to melonithis. mason t. ment. With''these-streets '} adV&nce-1. decidedlygratifying" to the patronsof : BRYAN ILL.. LESLEY;", "*' ,, |
It. .; cal, .... . dt '. the school Each nuntber""al excellent '
j\and. .has .beeiv/supplying" the ] .. >> would present a"much. .-.' -WADE: }TUCKER, Directors;, -
; tractive : ; 'the choice ;of selections alternated ?
; w .mubt.fOJ''the put two weeks.. appearance -to ..
;f'. '" .lf' Mrs. 'J* it, Roberti'chsirman''of : vestors and:for that-reason: ; alone it from grave to gay; presentI '!o''

;,,>. 'the Florida desk 'in the Hall of El\lSOlV: would be'economy to make (the jndprovemenfc -]I lag a pleasing variation.' The young
:' '" '" people taking part .showed conscientious : '
: ', t' Elates.'New'.York, War : ,, : "
.I." ....,"-4 munity Service,* writes the. Gazette .sit The.drainage.yatem; presents* al'and;' not effort-a !''llttlo under real careful, Prof.' I Everybody .Wao, U Aaybedy Adrertlses Taeir"WaBl." .b tk." Caztttc\
problemof its 'own and 'that .
j that among the. service men who registered : one .
) ... .. orfMay al.t waa C. M should by all means' be solved: There i Simmons awarding the, medals, i,
\ ... :Johnston-of Klssimmee. ?He claims ? .is-a. large ,'amount of trucking laqd,:commented on this feature ,. of 'the'evening
.' : .,. . .' within' the: city ..limlta -on the. west ;'' saying it WAS a credit! to the :
J. _t't,[' .. tWs a* -his live'home here., 'and His says.wish hI"lI"r&Dd-is to get and north which,, if+i It were drained, the tachers;:,to the schools. : l
.. ,.parents. '' : ;You've. been planning. bay It would be put into"cultivation. I I and. to the community., Where: to Spend. the .Summer ,
'.... .to Florida*,and see. .his> grandparentsand forT moathe--ever since you Both \ "-
*- "
'.' friends.. ; shard It last'Ume at a'friend'shouse measures have seemed of utmost ' ro ..,
B. M.
,i E.'TAndereoe.; of Jacksonville importance to..buslnss men and .
Remember what
+ ;
v .was in the city yerUrday-represent M ''you" the.OOard 'of trade not only endorsed '1' MEETING., would: avoid:the'tiresome) expensive journey-' to' [the.,

r D The chartable 'pklfR..1l7'! If. them bat appointed. number r ofprominent'Men ... .:... '
I s' tag' Pillar .Fire. a 'acredibl.t; .1 ,-: :- ', 'mountains.Uus ;
,' a'branch in ; on campaign' com : summer.but enjoy the'pleasureeofa'changepfi : :
: organization<(< whichhas could swear' Anna Case was .The Baptist 'Women's Missionary'Society
'tbat.cityMy.'' :Anderson*was -foraierly right here in the'room.'I don't ted mittee'that to.would see that nothing was omit ",held the, ,regular meeting" .envrro.nent'an i ..:'comforUble' bonxC:' ; fcreeze:
contribute to the *uceessul -, e.D7; 'cooling:Gulf;
on the'"police forces in Jackson- : (doubt their ,claim -about the .t" the home,of Mrs.>E. S. Hall Tuesday ., r
taut of the election : : : -
'. .. "''viUe.wmg,converted and has
.. 't time ,sine*' to, charitable living'artist'from the '. Instrument LAUNCH .FOR'MISSMAGGIE.LMAE -: \ on Christian'1' Education was led by '. :1 v o'.

(... .=->.: ',work. '.The Pillar-of-FTre... sustain anY when= yoa'.hear" Utem- to.gether. - ry RIDE- Mrs. A,-(:.'Chapman.uTheseriptnrelesson.., . i, '> \ ___ r t
,. ". f orphans .hom ,.In. .JackeonviUe-and ." ... ; "GREENE\1, ''was' .Jn- ,the "
r.;;. : ., 'Mr.,'Anderson was' soliciting t fnndi* ;''i '.-. ReroeJmber''hoW-" th.'etenlegfiewHow"your :' a'f' form of verses .ouoted from 'Proverbs C'o'ine'f': Clearwater
1 . MiesMaggle: Mae. Greene'of Ma-
.r -for tlrattwork. ** r '1,' friend'play on,the theme of wisdom 'and un-
r.: ... X: .Uay oek' rif .' .. ',. ether? : "' of:"Miss ,Claribet cGheek was the t otwith' .
,, .Marger;. ,pent Wednesday. : town onthe-' topic. of .Christian 2-
: ;. Haycock. Is. An of the G Why delay aiiyJ longer.4Wkys honorgieat et..deUwhtfdl? launch Education. .' .. '. V ." ' beautiful '
f' sjhopptpg: .Ml1; lU ,'shady, -streets, ill'miles of. ashore; magnificent;::,
\ ... 'pioneer oraDa-e'flI'oWera'of. twconn ,,->>-D .New sapper Mrs. W.: Jones-read tin: paperon - .
I t' a ,; ,t,e.; having settled In Nareoosse in : :font. tomorrow" { asa; so rp rise 'U Thqyong people .left'tit,: city bolJt 'the Baptist :Denominational schools '- bathing beaCbe."With.U,/ the accompanying' atractionssplendid1J, ; '
.. ,.
: ,r 'th. early SO'.. His real bonvs-is now 't' your,f.Drf If you donV.feel seven o'clock <6r a. short cruise about and Mrs MarionCarson talked :of ..
1 ;i .: In: ermud.,whel'.lI. has.MeI1'ivlnl' :lib paying)In fall we can. arrange be.utUulLake- ,
, 't"4" : foe some'yaal'' ''HliUDE'el' love' ", : + for payment af.intwvals stopped at';rPaHdise'" for a, bonntlfnl societies from", readingthe 'mission- -T - -- .. %
.'at'Nareoossee.)has been a ;consistent a' ''You-gaia'aothi.g'hy'delaying. : picnic" supper-, 'and .watermelon arT literatureThe.program- nii> ei home, ,room.' ud" tel accommodations':arewrpriungljr'low', '

w '. money;maker anJ' some ,-jrears ago -It wont'wear oats; iticuSi'oie feast' -" :closed with: ,prayer ." ' % Jf -". r., : ( yp'
' I \ tUv o.j/ In -th..nt"wwere?'M1i i "rj] gg Mrs. '. Wntfl'- .Tor*fuitbbt.iaformaii't r n' : :- .d'Me' c'
:/ "" ...purchased .awTVputler: ; grove : by' J. A,: Barclay; : .us' belter ,still, .come .. what
. adjoining l own.-makinfr; :: onevof the Ceiital'D biae'.Green.i Clari ",MeGh"",,' .:.. -During the "pleasant,.social boar V' "' ' Ai K

: .best:citrus :tropertles+ :. I ID the.count G'rtfftn.-'CarQtn.; Fripp .1 the .hostess"served,her 1IM&t8": ; with -wechav.'toaahfec.: : .: '. ;'" .. 'ft,
'" ::Mr. and..X- Haycock. *and ." Johos6n M*ssrs':' Sheldon Johnson .cakesraslt.4nuts-and;--punch., ' '. "- : - -ftrX--' .; ? ,
hare".;1>eertt'staying: 7 in TNareoossee .A.enli Roy'Grsve.Wiii Mason Tiller
.. ...JotY' -
" through.tb.1rinter.,and'expect to re- -Bryanand;; ; DickBullock.They; :" ir a.UNT""Purtlahecl'" tat, with BOARDOPTRADE, ;Cleatrwater Fla. ';

.w4-. "tuJ11-to- Bermuda; sometime 'd1UiDJ > - "' '." . -. )were chaperoned' by-Mrs.'W..,A;Fiipp' modern inmeTements... : ,' W,'B...Qarrfs. : 1,, ;,,,, rr

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A ') (. THE KISStMMEEH'ALIifc' &: >*f 'GAZETTE. F7+iY. JUKE tt' 1919' \ .. .. '" ., .. ,

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Hy, much 'of it from preventable disease I 1 t CORN cut into convenient: pieces.: Dip into' .

COUNTY NEWS SERVICE and statedthat every one was CULTIVATE CAREFULLY i cold .water to' insure Range or Grade Hogs: 1. :.
II: his brother's keeper in the sense of, Place in wire basket or CleaDllne.'j I -,

; ; health conditions. She referred to I There' .U"a riffht- way and a wrong and boil until meat' caD, can be made prontabi DR. R. THOR WEAVER, County Agent the large 'appropriations each year way to..AuJ lvlte.eomand when the, from bones easily. Then remove from I and- 'I 1
..- -for the eradication of cattle ticks,for' rlghtxwayi is'not used the crop will boiling liquid to separate the meat I chase df good boar penning
I- ithe stampinir out of hog cholera, bo/ njured, says the University *>t frotn.bones. Take the. meat off in as feeding him .and bringing sows, Jt
t Co-operative dairying !in Oflceola. (vital problem without doubjt, but of Florida! extension division. Deep cultivations large sections a* possible; pack Got. for service. Firit.class__Duroe* "'

county will is an assured articles go Many of farmers I MISS THURSBY-SPEAKS[ AT THE( 'small significance Compared with, tha after the plants have at meat into' hot' glass jars; fill jars Jefseys) all ages I both sexes,from .
sign up lhP agteeIneaLwtlrM'th. saving of the vast array of babies tamed considerable size are a'part of '
next ten days, and ''which ' year fall victims ,. 'the the This method breaks ,-' ; registered stock for sale' at little.. '
tii .... ";ben arrangements will be made to DEMONSTRATE CLUB mothers local wrong way. .of meat, for meat prices;
' I HOME( [ hands ignorant or/ off the plant roots that should extend spoonful salt per quart over 1
4 : secure the cows &bUd the Receiving i conditions which might _have, been well into the middles to gather food seasoning; put rubbers and, caps of
station and .tart''collecting milk. Jr j trfied7 .4 and,..toi utilize! the moisture-from light;jars into position, not tight Spring Garden Ranch ;
There will bs a boat used to collect While the attendance at the Jun f r. She spoke of a ease- .of malaria rains. ,;I If quart jars are used, p'rooess'ina

milk .at .Klllimmee ,Park Dibble meeting of the home demonstration I fever which exists in' the city now, I Another fault in deep cultivations, steam pressure' canner for 2 hours at .DeLeon. Springs. Florida.
Place, Oliver'. bland and other island .$club Monday afternoon was smaller'land stated 'that the' same. mosquitoesthat which may not be BO pronounced 'on 'I 5 pounds pressure, or' 1 hour at ,10. .
place. The truck will collect! than usual, there was no diminutionIn the ladies ., brought on'that attack might sandy soils, is that clods are turned,to'15 pounds pressure'Remove'Jars . .
In Kissimmee Shingle Creek. Partins : the interest manifested as find other victims' thus permitting air ockpti..ta< 1- ttghtrueovarsinvto fi'Seem. '
tested favorite recipes_ chatted up >- ; ; .TbT Dublin. That Does Not Affsct till .....
and Carolina; ,Fifty cows will be She orged 'the w.omen as individuals remain in the soil to dry it .out. Deep cool and test the joints Only thevery I.AXA.T1VK +
toalo and fleet.
, in fashion ol III
; son and delivered to and as'clubs!, to use .tieir-full 1 1 Inflqienc cultivation should never be practiced best rubbers should be uied. BKOMO OUININS libeUerUuaordlnanrQnlnlae t ',
'' the a.sociatlon membersWith those j Mrs W. J. Steed demonstrated an. '.:Tor'the'best possible .sur close to the< plants after they are a I end doM not C..... DeI'YOUII.r
,mow on the farms, 100 cows will be gel food, cake Mrs. D. D. Spence-T here and in supporting foot tall. Do not attempt. ca.oniftRLwiUl--: ) > .JS ,i.:: l.ln.J.. -nn unit ifclfcs-'- > ---,e l k r ,
? ., supplying the milk by July }Est.: I I made vanilla ice cream, and.-}\fr.\ E. tba sate in its campaign along this Cultivating/ after heavy, rains ia a out using steam pressure canner I look lor the icutura of B. OKOVB. JOc., i,
r After the 'dairy a810datJo. lion E. Wells a pineapple sherbet.I line. good' practice. To be most effective, ---r - 'i ,:
j r n. way to success other matters of I The feature of the afternoon was'i j Ooe. .ot..t e. very practical mess.MTe' the', cultivation should bedone as I o, ooiito oOOt ..oo.oOtOtoo.Ott. ...otoooooOt.. o.

equal Importance' will be' taken up.... an intensely interesting talk fl'.Clm. $('; : the boon **-th ..flurface is dry enough' to(
...1 'IInd brought' 'Inta"worki'llit' "order; Miss. Isabel('Tliufs6yT'of?Tampa, the Stocking' of family, larders with work well.. This"witt-xestaWish tho 1sT

k __ .-H ..__ _ u...- emergency worker for the home extension !quantities of canned vegetables by soil mIJl h' and prevent excessive
department of Florida. the use of the community kitchensand evaporation.

.,.,.. j Miss Thursby (Icame with'a mes-, she told of what is being done If weeds are so large that light Summer Fertilizing
S ;'. I '_ You .DoVMore Work, sage to women to rouse them to u, in other Florida cities. As a resultof cultivations will not uproot them the a .il
You more ambitious and greater sense of. their responsibility + her talk' a group of Kissimmee hoe is the implement with which tt .
are you get-more women are taking steps to work them out.* .
enjoyment of everything when I toward'their family and to their fellow dig
your ,
this line, buying their vefretu-
She of the mighty along '
t .o' blood Is in good condition. Impurities in men. spoke bles from 'growers on I more" imitations Fertilize NOW for df fiWt and .. '
the blood have: a very depressing effect on fo d problem, which rests' in their ,I or I 666 has than any citrus trees development
I shares as best suit sthe individual. other Chill and Fever Tonic the 1
said there excuse -on
the causing weakness, laziness, hands and 'was no
nervousness system and sickness. !in these days for other than intelligent Miss Albina Smith, county agent, ''market! but no one wants imitations. growth of tree.a The size of next year's crop depends in a i

GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC preparation of menus.She will work 'out- the details of the I I They are dangerous. things in. theJlne.Ad. great measure on the growth of wood made this summer.
plan at an early date. medicine ,.
restores Energy add Vitality by Purifying urged that the' kitchen be )
; and Enriching the Blood. When you feel made the most attractive room in the l I I 'At the conclusion of Misa Thure- ( '
by's talk the ices and cake demon- Don Of lessen 'your of this and next year by neglecting
1 Its strengthening Invigorating effect, see house rather than the reverse, 'as is KILL AND CAN THE ROOSTERS profits v
t bow it brings color to the cheeks and bow often the case. As Miss Thursby put strated during the afternoon were I Poultry raisers have discoVered '
a y yu 4 It Improves the appetite you will then it: "In planning a home build Iij j I enjoyed. The recipes for tHfese dishes that the rooster is .not needed in tho to fertilize. .not I.. We offer-any analysis. ..
; appreciate true tonic value. i sleeping; porch first, then the kitchen. follow: flock after, the hatching ('season." Also -- .
I GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC and 'if you have anything left,' add Angel Food Cake. they bring low prices on the .- '
t ; Is not a patent medicine. it is simply other rooms.. Whites" of 11 eggs 14. teaspoon market_Uhough1' -"thelr flesh is excellent -
'" IRON and QUININE suspended in SyrpP. She spoke of the need, of women tot 1 salt, beaten! slightly add V teaspoon Beatingtill food. For this' reason the ex All the Potash You Want. ... ..
cream of tarter and continue .
x 80 pleasant even children JikeiL. The u.e-.t1ore..Jnitiative. intheir laborsthat !! tension home .demonstration agent
k I blood needs Quinine to Purify and IRON are essentially* theirs; to eliminate ; they are stiff and dry. Fold recommend that the birds be' killed
to Enrich it. Thus reliable tonic properties I the drudgery from .housework ,!in 1'% cups of sugar and cup of flour and their flesh canned for home use. I
4 never fail to drive out Impurities in I''by using modern, appliances whenever sifted six tim-s. Flavor as desirf-d'i! The method advised by the U. S. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co. 'ti ;,
,J the blood. possible. She made a very ..un- Pour in ungreased slightly floured Department of Agriculture follow: Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers "
I +. 'r The Strength-Q atingPower of GROVE'S ,favorable comparison between. the pan and bake in slow oven- forty-five i' Kill the fowl dress at once, and "
r v TASTELESS Chill TONIC baL made It progress ma.deby jnetl' during 1h e minutes; i root: wash thoroughly( draw, then Dealers in Insecticides and Spray. Pumps.
_ .
C the favorite tonic in thousands of homes I past fifty or hundred years in the I' Mrs. Steed suggested using yolkx u
More than thirty-five years ago folks with which they accomplished appliances in mhkin gthis gold cake. / urove's Tealeleaa chill Tonic : Jacksonville, Fla. '
would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S their tasks and the slight progress Gold Cake.
I' TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a.made in the manner of doing wom- / 5 teaspoons of butter V cup SUR'art tetor vitality and energy by purifying and enriching $
i member of their family had Malaria or an's work. -I i 5 egg( yolks, IVi cups flower,' 2 the blood. You FMf.. can MOD .lit.SueDllllt.eDln..lnvlt'nr..lne. .- t. oooo.oooooo o o.ooOtt OOOOO O.O.oooo. o.o. ,
', i i" needed a body-building, strength-giving Her most solemn charge( to the'taespoons baking. powder 1 teaspoon Price 60c- .
; tonic. The formula is just the same today women who listened GO attentively to ,flavoring.. I -..-- .. .
and you can get it from any drug her talk was of the child welfare. Shspoke e: I Vanilla Ice Cream. I ..
stores see per bottle. : 2 quarts milk. 2 packages any good
of the nnnallinjr infant mortal! = .
-" .-., ice cream powder; a little more sugar -I t .,.;-, ,'. ..Itto.; Q
is usually desired. 1If,1, : 'i :;
l I. 1. 3.
r _- I Pineapple Sherbet. ,.. '.;:'
'_.. I 1 large can grated pineapple, simmers '' ".. ;.'' y_ ,
r I 2 hours in 2 quarts of water. ,
D' I Remove juice from 4 lemons anti '
I I'i simmer skins in a little water. Remove 'tj;:: Money for the Growers ; : r

: .
' skins and add 2 quarts of SUII'and ,
I The Mission of ar boil to syrup, add to pineapple. "
; 'i i ;, Beat whites of five eggs; stiff{ ;',; I
pock freezer with crushed ice and / Both Earned "': ... \
I ;.4y l and Saved . ., ., :
.salt-three of ice to one-third salt <.. =: .
I if i Swift & Company j I froth place whites with of 3 eggs tablespoons in freezer sugar, add ::1\; / V ,.! :

w ; I other materials and turn rapidly till .
i l stiff. Remove dasher and pack. s'T' Money is made both by earning: it and by saving it. ); ', : -'

, Swift & Company has become ... .
'' Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer. :y In both ways 'the Florida Citrus Exchange makes money} .>!
It relieves and causedby i
one of the large businesses of the pain softness .
..., ...
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains (for who : I
; members.
growers are Jt.
; world. through continuing to j etc.-Adv.) / '; 1. ,( ,

f : I meet the growing needs of a DAIRY COWS NEED SUCCULENT The Exchange earns money f or-these growers by securing <3 p: i

'+ FEED. \them larger net returns from their fruit than I I
nation and a world. : they can obtain : :;; ,
. ;..; i
X The farmer and dairyman with a through other marketing agencies.. j jt
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j'f I has to ask ,:.
Society a right silo are in the beet possible condition \ .
to meet feed shortage and com- i.-; t Then through its the \ }
; affiliated organizations t
e ,e I how increasing responsibilities bat high prices of: .faeds., The summer ..... = I Exchange. _
months of Florida make it pos. 2 laves for members their purchases- '
4 ;: money on f 'J''"
and for .
opportunities use :
sible to grow from 10 to, 20 tons of '".1 .''''1-. grpverSupH.plies :

fulness which go with such -forage''have had-fair crops on cultivation average,-*and lands even that a ,':' '',.0{if; , packing' house materials, etc.4k \ . '. *f 'i 1'1''k i' ....' '.-

,, I growth are being used by" the' ': i have large ,been amount fertilized on truck and'lands cultivated.that' \ f \\ The Exchange.Supply) Company .is in position save grow -: \\'Q ' .t

: who direct .its affairs and The value of silage ia not in itt feed
; men value alone. Grains and dry forage fcrs enough to cover thc'cntire'cost of marketing their fruit

'''1c the men have the right to answer: capnot take the place of succulent through the Florida Citrus Exchange. '" J" --
feed, particularly for dairyscows. The I' .\\\zS\ tit '
Extension Division of the College of '-
.To promote( the production of live Agriculture has always emphasized

r II ni' s stock. and perishables and increase I this and from the beginning of its ,.: ; ; An Active Efficient Traftic Department Saves! ::

work some 500 silos have been erect. >-t,
S c the food supply; ed. Most of these silos have been in -" :J Large Sums for Florida Citrus Exch -

w. .r ', constant use. Some few have been __ nge.Mei1bers! .}:: : ;
ITo reach more with more
i people neglected and. have not given their :
better''mea owners any help, but where the silo ;.w1/ I ....,. Z i-t,
and : -
has been filled and silage stored as ', .' 'jSp1 The Exchange maintains an active and efficient t traffic department. <, I
I it should be, the building of silos has
r / To make a fair competitive profit been one of the best things that these '.s... '? This department- operated wholly for the benefit of graven wh a ,I

in order! to reimburse the farmers have done. i x ;;;; / fnarket their fruit through the '
w '25,000 shareholders for the use The price of silos, while high, is , '- ;. Exchange.e f".v\ */- .
about In! to increased 'cost '''
4' of their capital, and. to providefor of feeds that"proportion are purchased. The silo .p'' Hirough.its.workjthey? are saved thousand of.dollar every year i* M 'F

the future development of extension: specialist will be glad to i ,. '?; the recovery of claims ag transportation companies etc It :
help anyone who wishes to erect 4 ..i vs .'- r .
t "
business '
= ,, the ; silo or put one'tn operation. There -- '. All monies collected the yk r'to
;:: by traffic departmentfbf f:the Exchange
1 'are 1
are a few silo forms over the state I- .
? To reduce' to a minimum the costs that can be re' ted. Those wishinq .'L-.q-: t>aid the producers: of fruit damaged or lost ia transit by*fault of Ir. .

.of preparing _, and distributing them should immediately' COft'elpondwith j
; t' the carriers: or which there + i"
the ExtensionDivision of the on were .overcharges "or error. .Jj
meat and to divide the .benefits .. .
University .of Florida,. /. ., .1-.... '" .

r :of efficiency with producer' and ... r-.. ,,,:- %'u'. growers'ahuwst. completely, at the mercy of, 11I8..L' :;r.' ',' ;,
r "' \
,; consumer; Tskiag-Blff-Chi .: nuVoad and steamship ;lines in these matters; organized in the Florida .;. '.,
It I. too much of a depend '
+ To live and let' live, winning upon neighbors or sending for medicine :. '- Citrus Exchange$:they can secure redress for any wrong.of whicK. e! ..,

greater business 'only through bowel In of'*In suddjeo-almost attack every of e. ,' titre is adequate .. . ..., :_

1 J-1+V greater usefulness;;\with".injuryto neighborhood some one has died ". ... .,. \ ..... %
?' but from cholera morbus ,that could easily .' Join the' Exchange'and Auks .more. money 1I 4 '... : l
nothing incompetency "
have been saved had he proper :. !, from your troves For any further faforr.; . ..... ..,;,,- :.. '. ''
,; Inefficiency and waste; to deal medicine been at'hand. Then thinkof ... k .. r sy .r
:: : , ....
.f., nation phone write \t ; .. t .
see er -: ,
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justly, fairly; ,. and ..frankly .wlth"raU the suffering that must be endured i''7-,.' r ", ....
until medicine be obtained.
can ,. "
mnnlrtnrf .
The safe is to keep at hand a .. ; ,
'Ii' bottle ef Chamberlain's Colic and : Tampa, ,:, :
.. ,
is ,These arc ''the-purposes! andmo'tive diarrhoea Remedy preparationthat '; . .. .. .
be depended'' it . ) ."
can upon. Buy \ .r" 4
ri : of the 'men who direct now. It only cost 85 cents. II A. '.3 ,
., 1. HAKES
. .' . Mgr, Orange County Citrus Sub-Exchange .' ; '''':',
the policies'' and practices. of BOARD OF, CONTROL. AND .., -.* K"'. _t.: ',
? : BOARD :-' Orlando, fla. \ .....;,. . ."" Jf
1 Y Swift &Company. :"4- >-u ,

. .The. regular monthly meeting.. of .: ", : . . 1 ', 4 rra. -. : ..4.4a.

'Joard"of,Control and the/..state' Plant '- 0: .

J ".Swift'& Company, U. S. A. 9th.Board'"will be held dn' Orlando; June ,.:--. : : r'' CITRUS'- EXCf1 4NG ti d e-4 .. .

r All persons having business befo"reeither
or both .of these boards are .
.. requested to meet with them in Orlando '.
on that date. The same membership "
qJ :. .;?: "
: : comprises the personnel of .'"0> '. ".;... \':< w T ""
: both board. : .r. ." ., .r:y .
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'OTEEzmircIZWX how to--:;Get. ){tiel-of Your, Rheomatisnt. Y ...ftor' -' ::.-. .' - .

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'. v-vj *5 If it iff Chronic -muscular "rheu) ... f '.1'.. Ji. ,.... '' .- ; : 1i
? sy mLJVO matism all yod need is .to massage i. ''' '. '"' ..... !'Ii.< Jif't: :
7'y -.... the'affected- parts with Chamber .. 4'.. '.." ..... : 1b.; ;" ., ,
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\'' 1 lain's Liniment;" .You are .certain 'to " : ''1.(4 ,. .. ., .- (, '" '. :", .
)' .... -:+ : % n4: -. <1,'y ; be' pleased;with the relief'.which itaffords. ,. : "'".' ; _
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\ ,. . -. --Casons
RED CROSS:'IS PLANNING SCHOOL-TEACHER' NEEDED A Holmes' Company '_1'.' Respondents -, Bermuda Arsnu.IS feet. wide Addition. - _ _

I. shall offer for sale and shall Bermuda Avenue.'* Between Clay K ce. SIS, is* Lot S. Block I. .and-h
; ITS PROGRAM FOR, PEACE BRAINS. sell at public outcry to the highest. Street asd J>Penneld' Avenue, If feet Lot 10 Blocl, C of Donesran'a Subdiv ,
& and best bidder ''at the Court wide. ision of SBU of 8BNo. :" and-814 > _
: -- .---- House door at KIsBlmmee, Florida, Pen Seld Avenue, Between 'Bermuda 01 8EI of Section U.
With our thourhts now turned to : daring the. legat sale Avenue and oCII4 81. ,. _
"f have :had such "Cod.eDd' hours ef on .C 7d Avenue* !$ fe t Tp ni _ _
: never ; a the wide.Drury.. T 1m.
the -problem i demobilisation anjthose Monday, 7th day of July; I) OU. _
-, of and reconstruction come to me a* when-I took the 3515 the same being I a legal il-U Avenue and Neptune Road. christ lid Additiot. C S Bock _ _
peace first'doe of Mayr's: Wonderful >Reme all that certain, tract parcel or piece Between Broadway and Mermaid .- 140 Lots 3 .
KISSIMMEITS Home) Service .. receiving more of land In the
numerous than ever be- dy..I wa afraid would have to giveup .State of Florida., described In said ..dectree Road. from Mermaid Boulevard . No. SU Lot ,L' t. _ _
fore. to my school:.because of severe stonW'ach .. follows, to-wlt: *- to City Limits. I feet wide. Lincoln .. .. :>, ,. r fM: .
.( OSTEOPATH Many Chaptenare"desiring ,- liver nd bowel trouble which Lot Four. <4> of Capes Breese., according I.. W. .1.- Steed. Mayor of theCltr'of: 'No. 25 H.lfhU', O D. 'Wnoolir.'. .,
broaden their activities with the tlo
Kfsstmmee .
caused that I to Richard 1{ Ludlam and Florida do'' hereby pro. Helghta. -
- them such a pressure of gal Oeorge .h'. filed. claimand declare that The said -
Peace) Program. Many of are M. MaeDono Plat In special Note lands belnff-assessed at the
calling trained workers. Inmost could not uss my brain at time, and the'otll". of the Clerk of the Circuit election by tie| elector of aald City date of Issuance of said certificates _ _
; STAT/BANK for. my heart would palpitate a wfjilly. Court of said County 'on the 10th day Qualified to vote In a note election under the names ot London _ _
BUILDING instances. Chapter officials, as the law Florida will be" LlHle Wa..ln.
v Since treatment of Mayr's ft August A. D. 1111. rand recorded of heldat Robinson .
1 in the past. will -ch os. their' secretaries (taking! a among... the public record of said the Council Chamber: In the City 'ofKi.smyne Anna Reeee, Lucy It. Lv Davis,**
Phone their' own communities Wonderful Remedy a year a..o, all County In Platt .Book l, page .1. during; ? the regular hour S. C. B.... A. .Rlv.r.W.- ."" _ _
No. 162 from this haa disappeared." a simple, Term. n' sale ,Cash. purchaser of voting on the Tth day of June, A. H. Colvert -e,. I.. FenneL 0 c. "ian. _
t sendingthem to theInstitute for harmless that par for tI I.. D lUI. upon the question of contracting Mi JKdw.rds. H. M. B O. far'I
preparation removes pi.EDG1IR. "a loan'of FOHTT.FIVB 'THOUS. cla. J. J. Griffin ..1.r.1
training- With the Peace, Program .rILTON : M. .
-- ;'> the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal --. AND DOLLARS, In the farm J. W. Miller. . .
: : however there has c.ome" a demand, Special Master In .Chanc.r,.. 0-hI'ri: jr. 4'
1 '$ ,tract and aU.YJJ' the inflammation V. 8. STARBUCKt Are notes- In the sum of ONE PIN.. said certificates shall ee1 ,.
For Local I and Long Distance Haul--* for a liger standard of trainingand which all Solicitor for practically stomach
for broader field for .its ctiv.itie. cause from the Bale 0t said\ note to .. thereon. on, the I t.a.. of _

."r': lag, caU .. During lasf February a con trouble liver and intestinal ail I'I I . -. MOTICB.Take . In be the expended foregoing for ttie'purpoaea Resolution.1; an voted June. A.. .'n. "",I. #1v. _

,HI 1 ference.of Bed Cross workers/abd: of ments. including _ap ndicltis.. One- otlce,that I; .wlU'on the third Bald: notes i to be, issued upon the Clerk Cirouit : OVR8TREIII., ,. >H
Lz representatives from some. of the dose will convince or money refunded. 'Tuesday of June, _l n.. or 'a. soon terms and In the manner, ae set forth (SEAL) Crt .. .Co.'t _ _
B. D. SPENCE and colleges of J. Z. Roberson aiuL-druggist every,:;thereafter aaI may" be, heard apply In said Resolution of the Council of By B. H"BULLOCK.. PtNOTICB ''v" -
rl leadinguniversities t where.LEGALADVERTiSEMENTS. : for a pardon for A. White, who was the City of KISBlmme on May IIh
PHONE 13%. ,.: the country wu held at.Washington; convicted ofmurder- at the-' leering' 1:l'. -a.copr.of which. 1* relnabore TO CHKPITOH _
t the result of which has' been a carefully -.I \ .-. term .of. the Osceola County 'Circuit out and published. / 1_ .
. .Residence 422 .Main 'Stl' ;"l8-tf the Court In ISIS. Anyone desiring may The following ,qualified voter are I* Cenr ., CoaatyJadae.
defined policy'for training
...., then be heard 'on the merits..of the herebyappointed to serve ...- offloera. fmmmtr. 51st. .f Flerida.O-.
.i;. "Q" of students. .As'quickly a* is practicable .;application.. of said special Note Election:. I., re E... .Aaelrew ('.tt.
::1 : ,' Institute." covering' 'a longer .., ,I Wm. C. HODaSH. J. M. WI I.on. ,,fr.,..K. C. SI. ord-JH., It. ..
; 14-St. Attorney for Petitioner.PROCLAMATION. tT. Bratton and B. D. Ksts.i r To'all- Creditors.. Leaa{.ea*, tlini- '
period of. time. from three months tcr< MASTKn-S: : flALR j F IN WITNESS 'WHKRKOF. r have tees and all Persons having Claim; _ _

,. a } be offered. Whenever hereunto set hand of or Demands .
year, wll 'NOTICE Is hereby arlven.;: that under' my as Mayor tho against said Estate
: possible'they are to be affiliated with and by virtue ota Final Decree dated, : City of Klaslmtnee.. Ktortda, and raused You. and each of you are hereby
the notified and _ _
i corporate satvOf said to required
city, present a R y .
the universities and colleges. Ih. 'J nd A. 1>. In
dayof/: May, 1019 be hereto affixed, end the same attested claim and demands which _ _
$-ou. or
The Southern Division has made: of TheWaters &: Carson I 1 I elthecol
by the City Clerk. this lIb day have against
I may the _
Of )
Grocery Company, a Corporation.: versus Special Msmlrtusl Note lileCie.tYnder tate--of oud' '
its first ,step in this direction in theD1annng \ May A, D. 11111. : decea..d -)
T. LJ Curry and v taD<<;Wcu -> i b-- W. :to "TEED; , late of r.tralo t _ _
of-its summer courses., An his wife, and Charles P. ; ancr* and virtue 'of authorityvested Mayor' City of KI. lmm... the .;
i *
[. S. HOFFMAN, M. D. Institute -wilJ open in Valdosta on Caroline H. Dow, hi. wife. d. In me by the following Resolution "'T 8 IS A.I*) -iAttestl _aid estate, wllhlo'IWO roars from.the
fendantspending In. the Circuit of the Council of the pity ,ofKlsslmmee. _ _
:X R. QltnERT.Clerk date hereof. - -
OCULIST AND OPTICIAN June 3,, to be conducted tor six Court ofth.. Seventh Judicial to-wlt: ;' of City of KlsslmmeeQUALIFICATIONS Dated May Uh,. A. D. 191$. ? _________
weeks thereafter in affiliation IVlth'the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial I C '
*\ Eyes Examined by a Regular'Her.iitered South Georgia State- Norm&lCollege. i Circuit of the State of Florida. In and I I A D..I.tI.. NECESSARY' ..***. ELIZABETH._ COTTERMAN. _

.. Physician.. This court's i I. being .intend for Osoeola County In' Chancery the j A Resolution IN _ _
Providing for the Issuance
undersigned Master In
? GUsaes Fitted. ed primarfly'.for worker from small Chancery will aa aelrat.Special pjubllo outcry by the City of Klsslmmee., ORDER.TO VOTE IN BOND .NOTICR(For 0..AD'll..TRTO.. -,_ _

Broken Lens Doplleated. towns and rural communities. Class for cash In hand to the -highest bidder Florida of Promissory Notea for the ELECTION. .

28 W. Church St. Orlando Fla. membership be limited to. ten at the front doorof the CourtHouse the Purpose of of said Contracting a Loan for : Ia C..zt .1 C.;..a.Rtat .f _ _
In Klsslmmee, Osceola Una Cityth" Proceeds to o F...... .
I. and the closest supervision given to Florida: during\ the legal o :'U't.ri' be :expended for the Purchase and AD io .,- C..t. ,, t _ _

the students in their field work, sale on Monday, the 7th day of July. Operation of a Ditcher and for theFurther person cattled rot* 1 ia tin IB. re .Estate .. Bssllr-.O.. Tetisum.

in" ;;- *_'b. 1(1, the following I deferibed Purpose of PavingGrading foregoingBoadEI.ctIo.d be-reg. -her.blr-sIven--to--il' _ _
,O.FHRIDBrA.AKEUiAR which: 'will ber-carri: onr connection -and CurbIngCert.1nStreet.. -tnthe i iSubml..lon Nol. whonC _ _

W. J. STEED with the families under the care :: l'a'rtiar: .tu/e .tlrri: -: r: 010.-aid City of .Klwalmmee: and for the istered 'voters;; ia 'the Citeof' Klsdrnme of It October conpern.i.that A.-I.:' on I shall the Ill,d. 'r-
. ofthe Lowndes County Chapter. Lot Twenty-five (zft) of ProspectPark said of Loan the to Question an Election of Contracting aa- residiatv therein at the tine of the Honorable T. ll. .. Judge of
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED according a or"plan ofbuilding ,.
in Atlanta
.An Institute will be opened Provided by Section 1080. General .le Court a* Judge of Probate, for
. Att, .rm jm and CoBjaaeler at JAw.KI on Jun. 25th t6 be '-conductedforthree the Clerk. ; lot. on lie In. the otnce Os of Gtatutes of the. State of Florida. Uu' election, ewniaf real estate therein final discharge a*. Administratrix. ______
of the Court of
: _.___. .......... months thereafter in affiliation I ceola County, Florida Circuit to which reference - the WHEREAS.Council of It the Is City the of Intention Klsslmmee, of and mast hare paid taxes 'oa teal of ceased the;estate and that of Emi, 0 Tatman.. time 4_, _ _

: Oeneral. practice 'all State ... (Tal
j ; Cestrts. to the regular course of study, far the maintenance of its present count -a* administratrix to _ _
a part of the property conveyed to .al4 .tat.
and aSk for their
drainage In not exceeding
; Dr. Howard Odum Dean 0 the University -,.Oeorore, L. Bidwelland. Elva. A Simpson. Fifteen system, Thou.and a sum S1S.000.00) NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR. TAX, DatedApril Srd,"approrsL A. D. 111. .
_ _
- : IV. .B. Crawford Lee Jarrel) assisted by 'several ''Of his S.. W. Downing and wife by deed'rlated Dollars, andWHEREAS. ALMA MORRISON..
,hour, January" 18th 1911. fIled Ii tho It la the further Inten- 3flED1 U- .' _ _
offer ,
CRAWFORD ft JARRELL colleagues wiU a.,,fifty lolflcn of the Cl.,rk of ho (".Ir ult tion of AdmlnlatratrizwNOTICB _ _
the Council to Curb
I course on 'Rural Social Problems. :Court of Osceola County. Florida. In and Pave certain streets or parts ofstreets Notice: I* hereby given,' That A. R/ Ttt -1'" .

?- ATTORNEYSfHTLAWOffices Special attention will be gIven to i Book No. IS on pane 110. SaId lot I.. ,' within the said City of KIsslmmee Dennis purchaser of TasB Certificate DILIJlfQVII.TAX.'
.to lotf' _ _
A fuith described as fronting oilr and of No. 'dated the 7th .day of August. PAYIR" -
: 6. tlL and 7 CltUen student in the study of the''I assess a share the
- ona Street Fifty (80 feet .an. dextend'nsr. costs against the abutting property A. D. ISIS has filed laid certificate In 'VBe
Bank Buildlnjf Organisation. back from said *>.. n i airt.. pursuant to the laws of the State or, my rc"dHadndth'au made application At a regular meeting of' the* _ _
sTlsslmmee Florida Further. information regarding on Uaaterly and Westernfy linrs ('1<.. Florida. andWHEREAS for In accordancewith Counci held on the Sth day. of Cltr _
these courses can be obtained from I iliurdred and Thlrty-ftv 01'.1.' .... the Klaslmmee law. Said certificate empracesthe ISIS, the following resolution :
I each line. and being; Fiftr ltd fret will have to bear a lrlr/lL'c.t; of the followingdescrfoed situcted was Introduced and unanimously adopted 'f
pror..rz. -
DR. W. W. CARSON Sir; Joseph C. Logan director department [on Southerly II.... to r..thvr with thetenements coat of such Improvement and the entire In Osceola Cpunty.: to- f _ _
of Civilian Relief Southern | hereditament. and apour- costs at the Intersection of wit: 13cr. BE' COT. of Lot deeded toEd 1loaeiufl.i _
DENTIST Division. American Red Cross Atlanta tenances thereto belonajlng; Btreets. andWHEREAS and H. Wilson.' run N. Westerly onitt. -It Resolved that all delinquenttaxpayers
'- this and day of June. A. I>. In order to provide of way 105 ft. w. 110 ft. s. io> ft. on city \property- notified-
Office ever Pilley' Building Ga. ur.I"d funds to pay for the City's portiOn of E. to R. ft. Rt. of way. In- Section IS, If taxes are-paid within the next sixty
t 0<<1.. H.ur.1S 1-4 Z. BASS, such .Improvement It be necessary Township !S a.uth.Range.Twenty.eight daye-a-r/eductlon amounting to ten per.
Dade 'Phone lit Residence. 'Pb.*. II Bneclal' Master In Chancery.KRIBB8. .. for the. City to Contract a loan Oee Adalalatered for &atraetlea-ef VELyET. AKERMAN &: STEED, for such purpose pledge the assessed at the date of issuanceof rears prior to HIT. will be made from
: Teeth* The Friendly Tobacco Home Again. Solicitor for Complainant 15-Ct. funds, credit and the dprlp. of the aid certificate In the name of Un the accrued p.1aUI... TheCity, Clerk
City for the redemption of. such loan known.. Unless said certificate shall Is hereby to so notify delln.,
MASTER'S BALK. and be redeemed according; to law tax quent taxpayers by a. personal. notice
r LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEVATLAW Velvet Tobacco in it* jolly red tin, I i WHEREAS. the coat of the City's deed will issue thereon on the ICth and also to advertise same In local .

is again a feature of cigar stores,big Notice la hereby driven, that under share of such proposed. street Improvement day: of June, A..J.DL.l 1':ERSTREET.Clerk paper '
and by virtue of a Final Decree. In the I I. estimated at ISO.OOO.OO (SEAL) 2.,a. GILBERT.
: I and little. There is again Vvet in ,ens of William J. Fling v*. Frank as evidenced. by plans and specification Circuit Court Oscepla County. 11St.NOTICB' .. City- _ _
the; pipes, ,and contentment in the Vans Agnew and Arthur E. Donetcan. prepared--by the Clay Engineer, Florida. IJ- t. .r'

1farlne Bnildinc. hearts of an army of American pipe 'defendants. tending In the Circuit and on file In the office of the City PUBLICATION:

smokers. And thereby hangs a tale."Where's Court qf the Seventh Judicial Circuitof Clerk. AN ORDINANCE.
the State of Florida. In and for NOW THEREFORE] BK IT RK8- Department Interior, U. R. Lan4
rat JoIaa.toa" 0. P. OarreM Velvet Tobacco gone? Oiceola. County. In Chancery. the undersigned OLVED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE ---r-- Office at Oft FU. ,May _ _
those same folks inquired, when disappointed as Special aster. In Chancery CITY OF KI8SIMMEE, FLORIDA: An Ordinance to Regulate the Presence ipla Oal'I' .
JOHNSTON ft CAIUlEnA..TTORNE'f.AT.LA.W in their for that will sell public Section 1. ... That under and by "11'0 of Children Under. Sixteen Year. -
age- cash In hand 1:1 the highest er'dl.o: tue of the power vestedIn the City ''on the Streets of Klsslmmee, atler.Te1'kO'f la' hereby given 'that
: mellowed friendly tobacco which ,at the. front door of the Court House i of Klsslmmee, Florida by Section oc RfAV'NEgl Tlm M. Roberts of Orange Ivan
Office 10, 11 and 12 CitIzens Bank had made them and their pipes partner In Klsetmmee.. County of Oareola. 1080. General Statutes of the State of i.\ BY THE CITY who on Febrruary Is, Center, Fla .
. for year. I(State of Florida, during the legal i Florida the-City shall Issue its 15I'rommlsaory COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF KIS8IM1IEE Homestead No. t.lll for nad. _ _
_. Building ',hours of pale, on Monday. the 7th day Notes; for the aggregatesum : : of NE14 EntrR! of )OUUC..
--, Where was Velvet Ask the Red of to ) I 1. That will be unlawful "Uon IS.
't sTIeslmmee. YLa.S tot Julv. A. D. 1818. the following described .- 1S,000, be styled raln'llf. se.tlo\ It Township an.. SI E'Tallaha.-
Toss man or the "Y" man. Ask the property, situate In the County Notes, Issue of 1111 r." of the denomin\ ( erson -vnder the" age of Sixteen see Meridian..tma filed not Ice-of Inten.
Salvation Army lassie. Ask the :of Osceola, State of Florida, to-wlt: allon 'ot 1000.00 .each bearing Intercit f.) year to appear upon or to tion to make-Three-year ProoT. te eirftsbllsh '
payable seml-annually. at the rate loiter. -.wander, or stroll about the
Lots Three S Inclusive
One 01 to ( ) both claim ,to the land above de-
loughboy or the Jackie. Ask the ,, arid Lot. Six (I) to Twelve .... per annum maturing streets, avenues alleys park or other before Clerk Circuit at
hurried and harrassed Quartermast. (I!) both Inclusive, of Frank Vans re.pecfrvelY from the date of Issuance -I public place"* between the hour of Klsslmmee..rlh.d. on ,the Court of
as follows: 10:00: p. m. and 8:00 a. m.. City Time 11'1. .
iasow er Corps that were responsible for gnew's Subdivision known a. Para anfIn ; June 1915. _ _
Five thousanddollars In five years !unless said person Is accompanied
dice Island being a subdivision of Claimant claims as witnesses
FORmER "more beef more bullets and moretobacco" tlevernment. Lot On. (U of Section i Five:: thousand dollars six years. 'the-custody and the control of theirparent. Charles Jester, of Orange
In. .
: for the boy under the, tin Thlrt'y-four (34) In Township Twen.tflve Five thousand dollars I seven years.arid . guardian. or other reponsible' 111'14. c.ntr. _ _
r derbies. Yes that's why Velvet was (Xt) South. Range Twenty-. Interest and principal payable In adult person Keen, 'of Orange Center.'
fold its In the office I Section S. Any the
or. equivalent n. ida. :Cr.
'. .(29) Eaat of Tallahassee
not on some of thedealer's shelves the of ( Section hereof shall beimmediately
:, Slne. together with .. the of Treaaurer of'.the City KI.- provision of 1 Lester Flint, ''of Orange Center.
SELLS It was on the ship, in the cantonments hereditaments and appurtenances.tenement\ Immee.. or at the Chase National taken Into custody of a Florida, .
in the billets the ,.Bank. New York Clty.j-at the option of J I(police officer and detained either In R. B. Morrey, of Orange Center.,
and trenches. H.
Dated this June ftth. A. D. 1 I
,the purohasert Said notes to be ls.J his custody or In the City Jail at the Florida. _ _
But Velvet i la now, wearing the red MILTON PLEDGER' .sued for the purpose of drainage as I i discretion of said police officer until .ROB?. W, DAVIS, -
Spend Master tn- Chanc.ry'SCRIBES. hsrelnabove Bet and the funds, the parent or guardian of said minor
chevron of out
Fire.1 Life Accident and an honorable discharge.The 11- Register.NOTICB'of .
I AKERMAN &: STEED, V ;;credit and property of theCity pledgr'ed notified of said arrest' and SB Id .t > r .
. who smoked ,the
Solicitor for SS-Kt
Complainant' II..
| for their redemption. shall be detained by the police
Health Plate Clan Liability "tinned Kentucky sunshine") in Section S. That under and by. virtue .. until the parent or guardian

,. France can now enjoy its friendly NOTICE FOR BID*. I of the power vested In the City of ,,hall either .come or send some responsible In compliance- Chapter 4 TI, _ _
I his ownfront1 Klllllim ..., Florida by. gectlon 1060 adult person to receive said Laws of Florida1I flotice Is hereby
and Boiler Iniurance. company on porch. Net_ t.r M'ete I.r BBlrlpal Bejlk- of the Oeneral Statutes of the State of person so In custody and to conduct given that an election. will be held At'
. I Those of us who willingly gave up ...... B..... ._.. eff ..... te .e !.- Florida. the said City shall Issue Its him or her to the residence of aatdparent Union i Center Oaceola County, Flam '
luxuries that the' boys over neel by the City .( Klnslsasaee, 10 Prommlssory Note for the aggregate or guardian.Provided however da. In Special. Tax School District No. _ _
Legal Bonds Executed have them stuff old FI...... aum of 10.000.00.' to be styled that no child under twelve ; yearS 8. on Thursday. "on..ISlh. A. *.; _ _
can our "' Issue D.1I1 .
of of hall. In event b
i- Notice .her.blv.n that pursuant Street Paving Notes 1 19. age any placed for the purpose of determining who>
,pipes once more with Velvet'and of the denomination of each In J.II. .
to a Heaolutlon adopted .by the 11000.00. shall serve aa school trustees of
::- :'Same Day Needed. ""smile smile, 'smll." Council of the City of Klsslmm I on drawing Interest payable seml-annu Section I. There shall be excepted district for the two years next .4. _ _
And .good old Velvet Joe! Well the mth dar of March: A. D. 1S1*. the rate of C.per cent per annum from this Ordinance all call boys and the .election and to fix the number-
. < the saldCouncll Of_ihe City of Klaslmmee maturing respectively from the. delivery boys or other person whose millsoLdjstrlcL school_ be.ley.
he's back-In 11e'columnofthl'; will receive sealed bIds for date .ot I..uancetollow.r--' -- dutle' *; led and collected for ta.o Iwo- ;r

per and glad to see you all again. the purchase of $57 500.00 5%' Municipal Five thousand dollar. In eight years. street during the hour herein .specified. years. - .4
OFFICE: Stall Bilk Buil.litI fronds, st the Clerk's) office In the I Five thousand dollars In nine years.Five . and who are actually on dutyat The "following; ..1'. appointed ,act Xt -.
f' City Hall. Klsslmmee, Florida. at ':30 thou..lld. dollal'll In ten years.Five such time and, la the performanceof said election C' H. Funk. IrmJWetherbee
MOREON THE SUBJECT OFDAKCING p. m Monday. June 18th 181. :;; thousand dollar. In eleven their duties. and all persona within J. .Inspectors;
The Issue consists of 8T Bonds of 1 ,.ear.. the said ace limit who are engaged In Fred Harvey, K Hlntr .

ETC the denomination of .1000.00 each and, Five thousand' dollars In twelysyears. any occupation that requires them to Done by order of the Board of PooHe -' ...
remain at their place of business af ,
on. Bond .of 1800.00. Interest payable Instruction In. and for the- County.-
W. THOMPSON .'. aemt-annuaUy- m from date, Flvw thousand dollar In' thirteen ter10:00 p. m. and who are en routeto of Osceola, State of this .
: : 8: Issue respectively -- turlnn .: yeara,1 and the Interest and principal their- respective home In the moat Flo"da Il' .
(ContlnaedP.ce' ) day ot'MayqAp. "
OfT Thousand Dollars In Ten Tears. payable In !!gold er equivalent In direct routs and without loitering.Passed .- W C BA55, 1.
dance did draw the It Ten Dollars In Eleven the office of the Treasurer. 0" .ald Inlopen seesionthie 4th dayof ,'cT'si'/TOWELLi: t .
Funeral ,Director young pople.. Tears. ," City,' or at theChtse. National Bank May.- Kit, after having beenplaced 60,8upl.'aD4 aeoTBoaral of CllalIUo, "' 'T _
:. drew more than anyother party Ten. Thousand Dollars In Twelve .New.YorkCity .at the. option of the on final,.reading by unanimous. con- -L:
throughout the last -two years of its 1arp.- purchaaer. Said notes to be Issued *" .- IIIt"KOICID ,
-. for the purpo..of-! payinw.'for- ,GEORGE: w. FOX; '
kind Thats only a start. Ten Thousand Dollars In Thirteen or "
: 'AND' t Tears. .- .City's share of' pavlncr. rradlngand Attest; President of, CoollclL.r. BXBCtTTOBtv
The policy of
: 100%. The Church. Council considered Tears. ',' tKlsslmmee.and thei, funds, credit urnd.t la. th'day: of 3Cap'.A.SEIL '. '
uICNSEDtMBALM1R: end ws must consider them! T.n ?Thousand Dollars In Fifteen'. and property of said City to be pledged I)" la Ceeirt"e>f .>sia y "... Oseselsi'Cevatr
\ : us, y..ra. ". > for the redemption of said notes. ( ) W, ,J.. STEED. ..t..1 Florida.In .-. '
Our parties must have a bearing of Ten ThousandDollar.- In Sixteen'J'' Section S. ,. That an-election be heldat n.5t.. Mayor. re Estate,*f Lewie .II.-. .. ;,
.1' clean moral dancing' wholesome fun Tear *- = aa early. dare' as practicable at .
'8i.''and Chapel; Stewart Av. and- good time. We must establish* Ten Thousand Dollars In t Seventeen which the question to'be submitted .TUBBED.. NOTICE.IOTICE ., Notice Is- hereby given, to 'whom it
Tear .tjie) electors of said City having the may concern, ,that on the .If th day
,..:;;;.\ 10.......... Fla. rule of proper- standard and stand bySt.l'ick Ten..Thousand% 'Dollars In Eighteen I qualifications prescribed by. l Section' IS HEREBY OIVEH. That September A. D. 111*. I will apply**"
if' : Year,, .. 1060 of the General Statute*. of >the i A. H.' For purchaser of tax- certificates the Honorable T. M. tVOrPh'L.Jac1,,
:- started it, and watch It And 'Seven hou.and:1I'J.: ... llundred of State-of said Florida, shall be the lssuance-.,' Mos. 169 771. no, Tit 789,' T 10. Til. of said- Court as :
Dollars Nineteen Tears.. drainage notes and said pay.leg 75 1, 7n. 797. 800. SOI, SOSIIS, ISO Ml, for my final discharge aa IJ.e11r.
growl I I There are to be dances .
nota.; and the Mayor shall forthwith and of the estate of.Lewie H, , 4
The Interest 52. IIS SS' 81 l .
and principal payablein SSI. SSi.(40. Ml.
] JVI. JILLERi held once a month for the balance of Jiold. or It. equivalent at the ChaseNational Issue his proclamation for said all dated the-7th day of Aupa.t.tU', ce..dl; and that at the same time ,
x\ : ..election and shall give public notice final Executrix .
: accounts as -
the .and that ''will start it Bank York has filed said certificates In office presentmy ,
spring, City my
: o't of earn by publishing said proclama1 and has made application for tax deedto of' said estate,: and, ask, .for,
Bald Bonda will be sold for lea 4
Real Estate i enough them back'newt'fail. for lour consecutive -
i Agency than, "", ., . Issues-In$ a Issue In accordance with law. Said their ,
par. ,
After that can't we hope for the or .newspaper published acid City, Immediately Dated: 7.bruai1.tlth.' tIlL
........ ........ ... ( A certified check for ${00.00 payableto certificates embrace the following rtesorlbed :
........ that Young' "People' prior to. thedats- of, said propertyIn Klsslmmee. City. SARAH COHOON"tlonof. the Treaaurer of the City of KIsslmmee. .election. -" !
; ;
i 11'1011'14mut .:-! Osceola. Countr/ State of Florida, i to- _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Realty) bought and sold. Choir, 'popular.Ia>>ge Sunday evenIng each bid.' . .- accompany''I Section 4. That the 'form of ballot wit: '. ,>: .. -' '. flz.cutri"I
Club, incomparable dance, right: to be usedat said election shall besubstantially EOTIcE or .
-Houiesrented.'.I..lIerve4. to'r.ject any. -No. Tn Lots a and West Of .Rail
..- house 'Infact vail aS follows .- ,.'0I '" (For ftmml Pla rbajrsje.jlCeeirfe
r '; In our own parish i' bid.Adre. '. -- '_ I IOfficial Ballot. road. Block 4.J ROBS' Addition." C
Municipal Promissony
- Taxes ud Tltle yeriJacI No.'-7U WH Lot S Block a. A.
: paid that wilt go to make yJ'edinctoQ Aye-, : .U bidEoth.1City Council Note Election June, 7, J.It., City ." >C
Robinson's Addition. ,
-. ; ;':Jor non-resident. nue Congregational community II care of the of- J City l.R." of Gilbert.Kleslmmee...OUrClerk.- Florida.. A,I of Make Klsslmmee. Flhrlda.. .' \- No..780 Lots SI, .5; Wood aU'. Sub-' .. CC.t1o ,. -
center talked .bol1t. boll' end to end < -5- -. I a cross (X) mark beforeithe dlv. 01. lot IS of Florida Land and
r *
j naiLBERT.:
c- ; ; Fire Life. and AccioUnt liv of' the city not for Its lax 'ways IB-It ficily Clerk KUslmmee. i'ia.'. Question of .your.. choice., ,\ Improvement Company's 4dg.lnB- !. 'r Bs a4e> f Jasaoe W. 'Ln1 S '
*: "' No. Til Lots I/ **. an. et* la hereby given, al
surancfc of allowing theforbidden, but for it. NOTICBJ TO CRBPITOBs.I Vote for one. chard' Subdlv, of lot M of .Florida It eObern that on the .t day!

! Indemnity Bonds., progrr! ssivenese, and Its forward ., ' Promts- Land and Iprovement-' CompsnYsAddition. of'July. ll I shall. apply to the .
moveMent In these modern time I. Ce.rt'.1 the Ceeiajry ; .;..:.. Osweola soryNotes.. .- ,- kNo755 ,>-' Honorable TV ,, Judge of said'
... .. ......... I' < .1 lorlda, tM'shoemsker! s"Bubdir.of Court as Judge of Probate, for my fln-."
._. _.._.._.._. _. ._ _ _ A church of the. Twentieth. Cen. CosiBt7t- .ti s -Against 115.000.00 Drainage Prom. Block RL. Bass Addition.. .- at-discharge a* Executrix of the estateof

. -,. . teury, holding ";on to its younger,-set . 'I. ..*.ta.*. of Fred .A"__.. mlssory Notes. ,v .- No. 190 Lot S, Shoemaker's Subdlr.. James W.-Uly. deceased; and that

e .' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ where they can beat be taken care of I To all.-Creditors, 1.o..aln..trlbu- - Of. Block QL. Bass'-Addltlon.-- at the .. will present my Sn. !
te..and all Persons having Claim Vote for- on. .- No..Tit Begin. Be ft. N. of BIT! corner al accounts as Executrix of aald ..tet.*,
achurch- of ideals and hope* built _.0rD.mandsagatnstsaj4_ Estate:_ ?o... 110000.00_ BtretPavrha Notes. Block Th- Bass' -Addition. West .e '" and ask for their. ...pprovaL'Dt.d . .
upon pres ntday'cOndltion1and; not: You North- ft. East -"tt..uttt-.O ft. U:
and -each of hereby A-D
: ;FRESH FISH sunk in the"mud.of. old, fashioned i iidea. notified< and ,required jrou to present are any Against' ISO.OOO.OO 'Street :Paving No., 75 S All Block \VL'.B...' 'Addition. _7.bnar-nt'" .,.
South SIO of .Eaa' IS
except ft. ,
claims and' demands .which Notes. E.eut".
*.. that "were proper. ndood I' you.or( t 'eeL-b .. ,:, either of the
-. idea in their day but not in this day. estate.!Fred: may-have-against.'" Adamson deceased .- No. T" "North 40 ft offlock XL. NOTICE 0.ADMI.-HsKmtATOil. J

\ t- \-A; D- ,Thls mut" be our goal: broad minded i late of Osceola County,.FlorloTa. to the 1 said Section promissory S. Should,not.the be issuanceof authorized Ba.. ,'Addition.77 Bedn cNo. EO- ft.- South r" ,of'. NIB .(re., .. Pi..b.t .. '

t ':' and liberal thinking, to uphold the I und.r.ignedExecVtniz. of said estate, by the required majority votes, then Block CS Bass' Addition South .f'
.'iCewrt"e Ce-atr Jmm
'S.t. : decision of 'our Council "and ,make I of.-within- two'yeara- "* !. here-.said promissory notes shall be issued 10 re '-.Westft- North 10 fL zautNZ00 : . !.... .. .,; :
; ().} R S I according ,law without delay and .. ... l'C..I
their heart glad that.they are. ,'Dat.d'1Lgy: 14,' Ap'iii: : ,.- 1 the, Council shall before ''Lots sand4.'ae.' .
such Issuance : nd,Addltlon '
in the proper-spirit' for. .- . 1 ZO LADAMSON. \ : .- ,, .lit re R nlate) ef Barak M. ***'..' .
ported "
provide Ordinance for the redemption J-1- : '
.uP-1 v' IB all wheny
t4-.t 'I.. :"J: . ,,Executrix.NOTICH of said .' Notice hereby
: :_. .. ; """ right theyrare striving toward .---- notes at. maturlty.and No.. (01 Lot Land all lot t except It mayeeneernthatonthe 30th ,day
"< : 'Let ns put onr best into ; and OFiMAmCH'Si for'the payment of Interest upon same. N'ortlIf ft. Ba." Sod Addition. - of D. J.U. I ahall apply: ,
ALB. Section .V Should the Issuance of No? $0. North SI ft.- of Wsj) Block .pt..b.r..A T at. MurphyJud._ ..4
MAftTIN the biggest possible-thing'out of the 1 said paving 'notes be I' t.
SIMON 'oj, aUthor-ised-by e -
.. .. opportunity offered p*,-Church tinder and b'l"' vlrtua of decree the qualifiedelector. of the City of I Mlh.w" Additon t. Block Q. Pat, .said Court as lodge aAdmlalstratorr of-Probate. fort, ,
foreclosure discharge
14..1 aale entered ,8n..1
tboloth '
' on i ,Kieslmmee, qualified to under I: -
;;Phoiw 313 ., ,, senger.. -Chicago. .' ? .- -' of,.Jaaoary,---A.,. D.-" III',. In the.'. Section lOU -of the- laws vote of Florida r 'ndl1 1. '>. Bloclc- I, >'Done.. the. estate of Sarah .1. Addis..deceased I .
I will .
Circuit Court x>f the-Sevepth-Judicial 1 No and that at the same time I pre.-
\ j, < the City Council of 'the City of Krsslmmee. of N% of 8BH of NBH .o
'*.' Cftlifi Cattail Qrf p aa4 Tirtirtintuauamtnau.9 I Circuit, of Florida In >and for Osceola... hereby pl.d..... Itself to expand 'of NWWv Section IS, Tp IS C R 51 E.Noa ent to said Court'my Seal acoonnAdministrator "_ '.
County .'In .: ChanceryIn' a" Certainoause. the proceed. of said notes "for 521. en Lot I. BlockS rtooa- 01 said estate. *' ", .
QUIlWIZTsblstsias'ie. : thereinpendlnsr' < wherein : tlie paymentof th. City's'share rof of "ofdJ54-of for their aptrv.1
A. BaATord was Complainant lI1'1; ', the- costs of l.n' 8ubl"'I.lo N1 - ,
rradlnsr and curb- Tp.Jijo D.1l.
...:". Taste le eoJ. eae TBsesse Qotalse. thur ; .R .at.prl.aDc .
Kvi Donssran, Armlnta E.. B. ,IDC th. following' streets, ; 0 '
'Cubcrib D
.1" ... . forthYaUsjGutt' So-w.- GIOVII'I" .'......eaH.'. -' I Walt.1C.'B., ... ,. . ...%, Weeley" 'Jve. ,.. Baker- Clay" .Street. from. City, .._._Iu'- ?to Lota'li-ana, it..',Block .k -O-a'-me-- -<"-.. ,.'elv.; ,
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:,"of' ;BMHT: : 'THE' CBSIMMEE VALLEY:GAZETTE FRIDAY, JUNE ', ii, v 1', 4 _. 0' ._ '_ ... .

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., T>e rt. motored to 'Orlando ''Widneaday ..
o .; pr I I'Mr*. DaugliertywlIlbe.heIdVlov4.Ing .morning .
Si. Cloud and respected memory by those 'Mr, and "Wes: Guy Morgan'" and J),.. ;
.Department ,who kne.w/"'her. The funeral was M. P. Fpsber,. motored' to Orlando:on
conducted tby Rev. N. W. .Beauchamp Monday. Osceola I .HardwareCo.

. at the Carlson Undertakng Chap le Mr*. Mabel Davidson, who has ; o',

NEWS. AND 1iOTEff FROM( ST. CLOUD THE "WONDER.( CIT.Tr.""" his text being-uPon Psalm 85:14r: "l been spending the winter wfRT" ir1crandparenta W ,/.
bowed down
heavily '
a. one that Mr. and Mrs. .S. S; '
BV ouR BIDGCI.AR' CbR"ID.PONDBNTi! .. mourneth his 'mother." There were McClure*.*. leaves Saturday for her

,.- . many floral offering, and the burial ,home at Darlington, Pa. .
s, s exercise 'were. under the auspice of, 5.:;

fLydla Croaadale was born near 'had been member of .the Methodist the -Eastern, Star.. COUNTY COM'RS LIMIT AREA 'We Were Afraid .

m 11 ncinnatl. Ohio, Feb IT,' 1844, and "church, to which she. held faithfully I FOR SYSTEMATIC DIPPING ..
w her death always We wish to thank' 'the Eastern '" ; .
died at her laU home in St.. Cloud and ;devotedly, until I
11 y Fla.. May 26, 1919: at the. age of .ill attending its, services.. when I"Star,. our neighbors and friends and S That ur supply of Refrigerators would not I,.t the season through,. .
y years 3 months and 9 d;ya.. .health rmitted. I all who ao kindly assisted us in our (Continued from Page One) so we got a- lot more in.. 'This invoice includes only those 'of the better
The departed was united In rnar.riage .1, She leaves lso, a niece,* Miss Ella sorrow occasioned by the death of Brevard county was not going to dip class.. The Chilkoot brand are enameled in white, while those bear., ,
with George W. Daugherty, on .McAllister, but who had been more our mother -and aunt, Mrs,' Daugherty and' that Qrange county parties were and stand the ..
..l. and' all who. sent flowen.I ins the O. V. B.. brand are lined with porcelain, .
Nov; 26,' 1868, with whom she lived like a dau&hter"havinJr lived ;, I i preparing carry the' matter into .
. happily until the death of ,her hUI' 'one years with her aunt. twentY.1 1 I: Lynn Daugherty," '('court had Intensified the confusion, very highest point, of. cl: anlinei and, efficiency.' ,
'- band more than two year since:' To were together charter .,membr of.! Ella,' McAllister.! 4|He- charged that, some of the memo ," ,
r them were born six sons, two of the Eastern Star order.Like a ben of the board were responsible .
whom died in young manhood. Four daughter. Miss Ella.has been faithfulto Mr. Mabel Davidson' 1 i. in( receiptof for the .circulation .of ,these :report, AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS LOOK HERE .. '
of the boy*.still.aurvice her; Dale.of her loved relative 'until the end- a letter;from Eva' Brown '''Dasen, and that be now wanted to ,know ,
y Harrisburg: : : careful, kind, .attentive and .' livingtestimonial +telling"of the deaih of her'father, N. what the board was going to do. Heaaid I We.bave' Carbon'Remover'that does the busineis... It i.i made 1

1 ., to the kindness, weet- I L. Brown who passed quietly. awayon that it ''was the board's duty"to by S. C. and Son, all of whose. goods are considered stand.'
Lynn, the youngest whom most of spiritedness and lovabilify of her departed the evening of their arrival home, obey the law and go, ahead with the Johnson conrains
our people know, but living in Harrisburg aunt, ,who' was known among Monday, May 26th. Mr; Brown leaves dipping and, vat construction as ard by' the moat criminating people., This Carbon Remover ;
Fa:. the .past two years, and her' neighbors and friends also for his wife, Mr:Cora Brown daughter quickly as possible. no""doe. not affect: the lubrication and'is in every Way en _
o" the only one of the Bona able..: o_be..,theaacharLtariatt< i_..-:->--Mrs.Eva ,Dasen. and son Floyd, to1,, I r A. f, .Ba.. said that he objected tirely harmless.. It it guaranteed to do its work perfectly used ae
present at this time. Four /grandchildren A kind affectionate mother, a devoted mourn his loss. 1dr-Brown'and family to the -convicts being used for vat cording to direction,, "/ l
alscmre among, her family relatives' wife and'com and ever have been spending- the pas t;;- building purposes ''as they should be .
.ie exhibiting her daily walk and ,eight or nine winters in St. Cloud,, used for roads, and in this he was' .3
Mrs. Daugherty came of Quaker,Christian life a worthy example ofj I where they' were engaged In the grocery : upheld by Commissioner Guy. Commissioner -
family, but from early childhood she ,what Christ can do with .a submissive j business. Interment was made i Overstreet thought that.,a EVERY BUSH DOING ITS DUTY.It .
.at their old home, Fayetteville, N. V.\ line..could be drawn through the
---- -- The Loyal. Woman's Class will county.' .' and cnttdl systematically does seem at though every bush in Florida is bearing fruit x

meet Friday afternoon at the church.[ dipped on ope side of it. Finally this year from the amount of Fruit Jars and Rubber that we are, 4tl
Mr and Mrs. James Golf motored John Partly made a motion that it selling: We sell the old time Mason Jars that have stood the' test"

Great -SaleALUMINUM to meet Klsslmmee'. their daughter Thursday; Kathleen.afternoon, .who to, Stock be recommended'Sanitary Board to the that State.systematic Live of many yeah, and:'betides we handle the Ideal Easy Seal I, which {

Bargain haa been attending college at -Talla dipping be carried ontover a terri! is the best thing yet' to < can fruit in. N

i hassee. They were accompanied by tory six miles south of .the- Orange _. I -
1dr l. Mabel 1 Davidson.Mr. 'county line, and also on .Eauh Island h F
the Point' and Shingle Creek. ......, -
D. K. Hull was a business vis- GASHUM AND SUSETTE. ,
; itor to Orlando on Wednesday.Rev. This was upheld., by Overstreet. and
:l.X1: Blake, of Miami, will preachin Mach, Commissioner Guy voting no. "Whit is this League of Nations that I hear so much about now.
'the Christian church on Sunday i An addition to this motion was aday>" Susette inquired. a
that dipping be discontinued below
next.Mr. the six 'Vby"_ it's thu way;; Ca.anYftTeplied: -The ludiD '
., and Mrs._ Barber .and mile line until all vats are YolIte.
WARE baby of Carolina sf.atlon.--were'. .constructed:,.dipping! to be resumed, nations to Jeep The peace of the world. They=--" .
Cloud visitors on Wednesday: |I about walls 1st of next yeir. "Well,I'm alainatbrol.eul'Suiene; I notice t slut pearly -

Fred Phippa. from the Idaho, is It decided that all cattle dip all the. war come because some nation wants to. get a piece of the
r ONE DAY ONLY home furlough, to visit his bought by the board be placed in the "
on a parents
,e hands of some business nun to be world and I just know it will start another fuss!
.f 1 Mr. and Mrl. William Phippa.
The Garrison of the Army and distributed; :report to be made to the

SATURDAY JUNE 7th) day Navy The afternoon met Christian in regular Womens Session Board on Mon of |board Farmer On motion each was month.of re-instructed John Partin,to L. go R. Osceola Hardware Co ;

in Missions the church.meets Thursday afternjoon. I ahead at the with earliest the opportunity work of vat; building < '

The Michigan association held a I The matter'of the construction ofa V*

picnic and dinner at the canal Wed- wooden bridge across Jane Green Located on Kissimmee'sBUSIEST : ..;....
Values From nesday.Mr. Swamp was again broughtup by; W. .
H. Kempfer of Deer Park. It will be '?
James Johnston of CORNER
Sale Price
{ $$1.39 remembered that this matter came

y $zto$4 was Mr.a business Nelson of caller the here Nelson on Friday.Realty Co.last made year, a when proposition the Wilson to the Cypress coun-up --' +t*!*;t
of Kissimmee in
Company, ,
was our
r city week.Mss. ty to bear half the expense of the N .
aa bridge. Mr. Kempfer the
UI Mae GreenleiB and daughter, gave ap- -
proximate cost at i
On -
account -
Miss Vera who
have been
I Iy of lack of funds the
; the winter here, leave next Tuesday unable -consider the board was ;

x v for their home at Kansas City, Mo. but promised to make provision matter 'now for i 1
1 : $::1..39 !Mr. Carmon left on Tuesday '\1'> their share of the work next month
visit friends and relatives at St. when the budget would be made
up. .R.S.FLOYD '
( ( Louis, Mo. I I Pat Johnston presented a resolution :i
;L Mrs 8eorlre Barber was a Kissim- I which he asked the t learn to .
: SALE mee viaitov. on Monday. '
pass protesting against the
I proposed : .
Rev. and Mrs. Jenkins and son -
abolahment of the County court, ......
left '' '. ..
on Wednesday for Spur Lake, which appears to be one of the feajturcs .. .
Texas. ] of a bill now in the legislature .... ;
( $. ,39 Lynn Daugherty, who was called creating a new circuit out of Orange, \ f I
I 1 home' by the.death of his'mother, left ,Osceola, Lake and Seminole counties. :
on Friday night of lastweek for. Groceries and '
(The resolution provided that it be L !
,1s Harrisburg Pa. (
telegraphed to Senator Crawford
yr The Eighth grade of the Kissim and Representative Bryan. The matter .
mee High school and their teachers j was unanimously passed. ,
Great Bargain in Aluminum Ware were picknicking and swimming, at I State Engineer P. G. Eckmon advised I 1
the bath house on Monday. that, in order to avoid a detour Fresh Meats +
Receiver R. L. Johnson was in Kissimmee I in the St. Cloud-Melbourne Highway, \ ,

.. ONE DAY Wednesday on business. seventeen lots be "purchased in Deer I ,
; ONLY Saturday June 7th Mrs. John B. Malott and daughter, Pirk., which would affect a slaving .
:> '. i Edith, who have been spending the i,of about $800 to the district.. This ""
winter with the lormer'I'brother, T. was agreed to. .
W, Rogers, leave on Saturday :jjor! The attorney' was 'instructed to :
their home at Bedford. Ind. 'I render an opinion at the next meet. ':1'(6
Mr. and Mrs. Shuler left on Tues ing an to the repairing of bridge on Phone : :;Jq2Jr dw'iyJ

day tq make their home' Rochester., ,,' the St. Cloud-Melbourne Highway ,. I < : ji f :
: .41. '
Ind.Mr. I Sealed bids on 250,000 wire cutlug : .
'and Mrs.\ C. E. Carlson and brick and 1000 sacks of cement were : .
I Ir Bobby, Mrs. :{Ralph Reynolds and 'opened by' the clerk. The l first bid ,
Lynn Daugherty. motored to Ken- was the Osceola Hardware Co. oil
ansville Wednesday -afternoon. (cement at $3.41 per barrel 12 cents ...
Lieut. 8. J. Entriken, S. W- Porter being allowed for all good sack returned. .
W. G. King and Lynn Daugherty I -
rt Jw.w. rr.a ue were- Kissimmee callers on Monday The other bid on cement was 'W. B. C A. CARSON President N.: C. BRYAN, Secretary.. .

r,e..rr114wa Joe Phipps,* who is employed at jMakinson Co., at.86 cents per sack
? Kissimmee, spent Sunday at his.:.f. o. b. Kissimmee. 15 cent allowed
home here. for good sacks returned. THE WATERS & CARSON GROCERLCOa:

Mr. and -Mra F, L. Forry and I It was considered that the.Makin- M\\
family-ot"Marysvllle/ Ohio,"who have ill on-Co.:bid wa the best one and was. Wholesale and. Retail Dealers
been pending the winter In Miami, ( awarded. in '<;, __r : ,
I: : .passed through our city Wednesday 1 gao 1 The bids on" 'brick were by1. the,
: .
.e.a..w In their two large auto. Mr. FortY,.Southern Clay Mfg.' Co. of Chattanooga -'
e"i, a owns a lot In St.1 Cloud,, and a mall by S. .L..Lupfer. $28 per thousand GROCEFJ'EZ
.1.39. farm In the county. \ I for Number Ones, and $24 per

1 Mr. E. C. Meek ,of Jacksonville(thousand'for; ;, Number' Twos. -The 7' .. .. ..
will. arrive ;Friday,to take position board accepted .this bid on..condition :;."
a*. cashier in the People' Bank, that the brick 'be tested ,by the '
which will Pittsburgh, Laboratory Co., and,'that : : .
open for business. about 400000000,0000000. 0000,000.0 000 4' ;
W I' .MAKINSON'.COMP ANY' the 16th-of the month. '. they 'Ihould be"counted and .laid'.. for 0. .,;. e ... . ;
jr B. Uncle 'Josh Ferguson'was' ,'a business at. this end.. . >- ? + '
caller at Kissimmee on Tuesday. The board agreed to recommend to Buy' '+ fto."l .
:" --- ';;. ; -
it ;
C. E. Carlson and Lynn Danehertv tb.eomptrollerthat: accept A.E. ,0 +: '
_. .. ", ; Donegan'* 'proposition to pay' $5000, HAT 0 .0' HIDES ,('" ". . ,
. .. -"; ": ,. w <-, ., plus- derk'fees, for state and-cona- .' --- .-.. -' + .. .-', '. ''"': : '
-- .
< 'H> :: '.' -1'I' ty-taxe* for mTUnd.1918 t. \1"
."X the/earl GRAIN ,
1 .
the St.
00 ; Com FURS'j. ,
: pany's land.'. .. -*".., I I j ,., +, .
,; ; ;;\;, ; ; 4 ; :,::: )i'Which : / <: : A',diversion'was created*by the read. 0 FERTILIZERS 0 ' J to I '+, rt. \ !

: . :* : : ', ,.. '. ; ing of a,letter ',by. the-clerk, signed I > ,0 WOOL .e 'f A: : I. . .. by J.-'B.-:: 4 : : 1' {
H : Sommenet.of ,
ici : : '. 0'r ,
,r. SHINGLES > ,
) i 1,1 +
in "
:\ .' ; ,': which-he[ stated on behalf of some I
; : -
: ",.,'!!. : t f of, tb r citizens ,around Gap' /.Creek +. 'p' '" ; : + ;';"'AND"j. j "....: .. J
'co'. \ ; ,," >: ""f.!.,' J that the :.road'' and \ ORANGE. BOXES'"l ;- "
'.. ... j... ;'., \ "' proposed ''bridge) 10- + : : i' '. '.!
. ,,', I\\' ,.. .. '" i" over' and across >that ..i stream *' "'* ...
''. .1. \ "'I -. ,.,'" "..". :t . '4" wa :solely' for' the, 'benefit-" of 0': ORANGE*WRAPS,* p.' ; ALL" ; ... 4 1t.

i' ';J:{. Commissioner'B.ILGuy: who engineered ;>,. :,'" . ,. ., ;.;;:
the :"matter througl'tb..board. s iooCOUNTRY'- .,
$ Will You "Be" ? .: : ,<. : \t-: and that some 01.the"' citizens 'didn't +?: VEGETABLE CRATES .'* a .. .- ':' .:r' :.; ' .
it. . .i,'. ... ,
Commissioner ; :>
\ want ,
; ') .:, ij.;. Guy protested ::: / .' \ < !* >, ;'':' ,+ "'1' ,' ( , ..;.:., .. -t4j: .
,.. ., '" .!j ; / : in :vigorous;; languair f'against *,.....4 CRATE NAILS'a .* ,, 0. ;- . '' .
: : ) he O
J1Vhat. 'considered ; PRODUCE
an Infamous Imputation w {
I' ., ., : ;;\
if:' \upon., hi. eba and ,hl* 1. ..., ,. ,. "'. . "' I, +. .";
Opportunity i )as! ; f ,;; : ,
; .
not jert itfan
a and .
:; everlasting'fact.- 'The onegreatbasic 'sin the 000000000 .. .
matter waswithsome '
difference : . ), r diffleultyprevented from' 'huntIng : ,.: 40' . 00 ... ...,+ ".. 0 +.. !
; between the s , '
C ucceuv' nun *dd the uniuccettful mu.:' Mr.- Somerset night then.-,. : ;:; -
-'up ,
", u that'the' ,one'u'prepaedto., take avantageof; f.opportuaitywbenit; ; L'' :t 'The ''':i < letter ''from thecircuit'clerkof ,We>U Field' wd Garden".Seed, of'all' 'kind*. "" .
; } We
\ "
44 l corae -and>ides on to success. The other Is : : f" Brevard 'count r which 'aiv.'tpeciat attention to 6ttintout; hunting' and camping parties., '
: not notified 'this board that y
the tick
r prepared- nd ,it-. 1.:; ; a* I Freedeliyery.ia"eit7.I mitj., ''PboDe No., 11 I .. J'
Iw' A- eradication funds: :
mains a failure were now' exhausted ,We '
f :: 'Are .you.preparing yourself for.opportunity,?. $1.OO.lf' :" in 'that county-no,farther 'work prices ..are 'COUDtJ:.>aael. .' t. for- good' ;lertiJizer. "Ask.u1for. : ,. dreu1ar.11.;
r --triS."UI : t would nntfl' fund' o fertilizers. =, '"
: : itself but preplUSt-WltJipouibiJitiel'.that.aJf' en,' aro'on"- . oonkl'benmcured. . (
s t your ; ''': I" ." '. ., 0-- ..
t t2. ,> :tiro'IuturestaitaAyour': ; Beak Account t'With1; >.w" However.f-later" advices received bill) ,' pp'ov'ect' J .
-" 'cyr.; ;. . today. L7.DOi--'J'T---: 't t on 'by .the:ID.pecito .r ",
; '. Wednesday to the, eA'eetthat"' Bre The No Worm 1..lllenthy -' ,.
j *aU ry .of Gerald Ashton Child.
todaJ) ; ", .! : R II' 4' : ;'eu- 1\ "i.1.
yard has :
'county succeeded
:: : : ) in getting 11eYIlm..fre.IW. "
y :- .-' ; a:abr lal' bill to Osceola's, passed by perintendent' of gr'ding'was' raised 1IeaJ&Ja sobs.Mabl. ". '"1'Y' .
: .,
to .'100 seoe Wood W s'
"":: j, '' the legislature, and signed by' the ,:per month.CerUln :. .. e.N uIs aeon ... .law M.-.ea u ,'r 3" ,
,-. Governor. by wMch :they'can contin ...change .1n ,' >n : CRONta2AS'1'L1.vA1eaWTONlastsar..olarlr'. : : 'tti''
; 4Gitizen's'BanK ...'the work:in accordance with their "on.of>the ,new ,vault now being .....u...eUsslla. rsU. WW sells qe ..... .... ;'.
7 \ aarreemeDt.""th-thia 'county.On .- '. built for tb.;eo8D .,nClOl'dlr--were ....T....ata..lolegst.a ad eel w a,O.analaenaaM'' "t:"",

t_ DEPOSITS account of the' heavy 't bills and recpmmendad: ,,by." Clerk" ;',Overstrtet, u.-............ ......duscrna.Waf NaarsMUltlsp. ;.''', 't''',
)( ., coming, Into the county for Approved.-: :-f ,.' .bseelatlw i..atM C"r/
t, ", . ( '. # . _. .' lplska. aos ..ttsnla; 4; ; +__,

,--<;Old{ ''KISSIbtMEE; .'IN' sU RED : : ':* dipping of 'cleanlna''and-.rechareanr' ; .,rate; :CommiionerOver: : ;:cattle. -. ... .. . . .. ,!III\' .. it,
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The baitrritk tbeaLTta.I ,._;.; streetmoved that all this .work 4 n.7a' .. 1'01', tI
. ; w...........',... j' "'I ., .;..'. -'-t t_, be;done"by, the) inspector and ;if,.in'r.'th.7 a 1 tf ,n.ot-Two-'tumtahecl a&.t. .
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i'1 .. .;" this.,.. the. work .be'hired and the asolaet.bsr.nse. 1M. rat. MoI:.' R..r.Olllttte; oQI-. '." Y ..,'" th.., '
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