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 20, 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: VID00912
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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The "KUiirome bulkhead bonds' tomey Lewis OTSryan, and 'City 'NIGHT.. ALL MEMBERS ARE URGED ,TO ATTEND A welt ,attended 'meeting ..of "'the']( ,tJ co-operative. dairy association
.r' were .old 'Monday night to the Han Clerk J." R. Gilbert present. 1C1..lmmSoan! of Trade consider.1;t 10f he developed in Pasco county,
;'l chett Bond Company of Chicago, for I Nine bonding companies made bids AS, MATTERS. OF ,IMPORTANCE TO mE' CITY ,WILL ed matter- of real importance Friday and hope to see in working order? '
,,o 34,884.00' , and a premium of on' the bulkhead bonds and each FOR CONSIDERATION. '. night at the :regular meeting, and ,here. Dr. Weaver, stated that fifty
with accrued interest '* to company' w.*' represented at- themeeting COME; UP f took measures to* actively support 'eo" 'had already"; M en- 'pledg d' and.

J, date of delivery This bid was nor :, . . -. . .. ,r. ,r.TADIES more than one, industrial proposition;,'fltty were, bargained f.or. wouldbe
-.fattsring-than the ones the Parson Son 'A" Co., of' Mew 'York, Early in the meeting. a communication ( at an' early' date. ;
< time the, bide';.were first advertised;'' offered $98305.50 and accrued interest '. ... .. ". ,"was read from B. R. Kessler,I I Dr Wear, asked [' that financial
,'. tot.- The bonds were not sold then to date of delivery 4 > secretary of' the Chamber of Commerce support of the board of trade be glv'a,
"' AS the bide on,construction were un-'I The Roberson.Humphries' Co. offer of Jacksonville, asking. that;I l'en to the enterprise, to place 'it on {
-t watisfactory. ed par value and accrued interest S TURNED ON NEW CITY CHARTER a representative be Rent to meeting V strong financial tooting and a.
,: The Hanchett Bond Company will from date of the bonds to date of delivery there Wednesday in ,the Interests .of I committee was named to take the
'accept the bonds delivered to any in Atlanta in addition to $3- advertising Florida. I matter In band. The committee follows -
..t< bank In.Chicago, as follows; $25,000 911.44 premium. APOPKAKISSIMMEE'WINS : BILL' WAS PASSED It was evident from the ''general :,. .
>,J-as soon ,as the bonds are properly John Nuveen '&" Co.-.offered 101. discussion that advertising Is'whatris'' 'I Dr W. W. Carson. F. IL Lawsoa.
'. executed after'-being approved and.'705 and accrued Interest and would needed at this time-and with UuVln'I H. W.. Boies. G. M.'Talor. and J. W
;. the remainder as' may be agreed be furnish blank bonds' free 'of expense. GAME BY. LEGISLATURE' ,mind proposition from, the 'Florida 1 1I Olliver. Dr. Weaver, assisted, by this( ;
tween the city.council and the company I I Atlanta Nationals; Bank bid $100- ;SECOND .Grower I for a full page add in the I committee 'cxepct to add this im-:,, '
}[,: i 1425 and accrued interest" to date of special edition: and two or' three I portant, industry the resources of
The council asked that the They made a second offer -baseball' ''An -' hundred copies'. to be sent 'out to var-i this 'section befON''aaaay .weeks*
: of the issuethe accrued interest and of $102.818.22.' though this 'offer was Th JCisiimmee enthusiasts act' to' abolish the municipality: ious points w..'aee.pted. The meet*I elapse. c
; premium be paid at any time agreeat .subject to certain restrictions.. .'"' 1 went wild with joy Thursday of the Town of Kissimmee City Os-, ing voted to 'act aside $100 of the I t100TON .n,
:* >le to the buyer within sixty day W. L. SI.ytonAlo-:: Toledo.'0..,:!!'afternoon when the local team "wona 'fceola county and to, create a municipal organisation' fund for; this ear.-. PRESS, NOW KING, INSTALLED
," 'After being approved by bond attorneys bid par on the bonds accrued interestto' victory over the veterans of Apop i.' corporation. .to1 be known a* the pose. -" '
This was agreed to by the date of delivery blank bond anda 'City,! of. Kissimmee., was passed by, I I I Good roads came in for a full 'share BT TUCKER,MUCK: CO.
ka in'
representative of the company, Mr. premium of $3,452.62. a return game,,. with_ 'a score the recent legislature- -J;, ''of_dlscukaon and. Presidetat. JI .C. -' +r"
.A. \C. Drummond, who. was present,'''. Graves Blanchet_"&' Thornburg, -of i"Toledo \t' 'On -of-' th..tar"at"-- '"' _crowds:1'J"of the'J::"' government-nnow: :;; In!-Uttttr='fJooJlr'Stanfor/i: -we*,selected a-committee.of The larareiOOton"pressl:; ::" :-forZ;; tile
and the council;voted that the blank O.,. bid par accrued interest, ball to the force, other one to attend the good "roads meting; Tucker: ,'Brick y Co. t arrived last week*
bonds be ordered from the Hanchett and a premium of $3,955.60,' and furs witness season< gatheeed.atthe the and park from I I than the of flee 'of the city treasurer In Perry hoping Ttoi: influence--, the and< is now being installed r ndekltb.'
Bond Company at a price of $50,00() ; nish blank bonds free of charge. both contest the rooting ,]I I I will be done away with and 'the fund state road department to complete direction,. of P. C. Buttorff', manager '
to be paid upon finaldelivery of,the.bonds. .- G. B. Sawyer ACo.. and TerryBriggs ,I)I'' The parties first inning supported looked like-a player walk' ,I kept in depositories., The '' office, of,the Melbourne]road land makeaolgh-, of Uhe):j_lantrdaring,the.* absence. of ;
A Co-' ''would pay $Wr550.00,1 Im.raha1J:1rin; be taken out 6f poli-i wairtowaW the ta t.": '* : )\"'. 'A, MeCoe>L"-'r' .g .s
manifested -''accrued furnish blank .wa'1'.for Klsslmme. for,they hit tie and .will become an appointiveoffice. I I A. bit of' ..
A good deal of Interest was interestand thatcame, the plate'and I 1 exceptionally bad road Mr. ButtortT expect to. hart *ToTthingia
in' the selling of the bonds, bonds. across ] across the.head of Lake Tohopekati- : readiness to begin, making -.
:-.and-.number of business men. attended -, Barnett:.Nationaf Bank of Jacksonville sent piled into the score the field to five then"before-Apopka1woke being I I Tbe'ho.rd 'of'public 'works I will'administer ga came ,In for condemnation and .it brick within the next two,weeks

the meeting of the council i ,. Fla. bid 9898910.. with certain and held them steady for of the public.util..,.was agreed to,ask that some temporary t1 .
":"Monday night.H. .- restrictions, up an itle. and change, will be ,mao'.ln? ,'>relief be'Dted'. to ''autotots'' In Miss Nellie; Malone left Klsdmne.last *
., M. .Breaker wa..nd.. chairman I -.JtJ: exceedingly:; gratifying to.I IIn'inning I the'third'Apopka>or: two. scored on e 1I 1 1I ,the method of\collecting taxes. ,,"direction. The, bonds have beon wek'to accept a position the
i praided I have the bidding on the bulkhead and Kissimmee' retaliated in the fttth.I I I The charter' carries the referendum .voted to pave this road 'o It'g only I Western Union office at Eusti .;.Thl*. ,, ,
'over the meeting, with Council- bond go' so' .tron ; for it shows in (1 I The sixth characterized by! clause and the election when it i temporary aid that is needed..' " 1 I* Miss i Malone'a. first position and it
Then RSo-Ftoyct;A. S. Gilbert; W-H.' what esteem the city's,.credit is.,held hard' hitting was rand Apopka1 ,brought> 1 swill j be.passed upon by the ote...' of I I. .Dr.. R. Thor Weaver county agent,"' la a'' satisfaction to her frieode to. '
Arnold .Mayor, W. J. Steed. City At-I on the outside. the' municipality; had been ,set for tppeared before the t board 1a'behalf learn that she is "making good."
or ________-_--___-,-_----__- n n _. n__'_n. _ ____ J,,three men home, Kissimmee went t*the last Saturday' in'September, I" . ..
the bat that -CC"-
feeling something must
be''done and it Lee McLean I|I I movement. -was made to make7!a '
: (touched the ball down' theicen !{radical change in !the'.$ ty limit but TICK
: !!:terfield* for fans a homer shouted while themselves the Klsimme -',,this bill 'came wad done up. away with' before;the--. ,

;. sr'AT' M ''B hoarse.McLean It is with said ten the doUars crowd presented for his I Thursday Sanford will 'cross bate- : ': \ SEVERAL1DISTRICTS '

GU BANQUET ['spectacular play. with Kiasimmee on the home field.. UP IN
I I In the "lucky seventh" honor were A' number of other good game are ,
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easy each team coming home -once, already- the achedule; a return '-, : '' ..
t -- but the eighth Kissy tallied' two .with Ctermont and possibly a game .. C .. I_ '
At a banquet given at the San resemble emeralds scattered through more, with Plant City there.. on the Fourth '-1 i I The board of" county 'commissioner ,
Juan Hotel in Orlando Wednesday the orange groves'. I I I The first half'of the ninth was of July. LARGE SUM'sio BE-EXPENDED held a special] session'on Tuesday.
"He said he wanted the people of strictly A Opka'.'for they, piled their The lineuo for Thursday was: Clerk. Overstate notified the board
night forty member of the Orange the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit to .score up for three more counts and Apopka Batteries-Spoke and Har- IN. ADVERTISING: FLORIDA that, the State Bank had succeeded
Lake and Osceola Bar Association consider him a* one of the 'home the game closed at 10 to 8. ris.. :lin disposing, the $24XHH worth of'
and their friends'to honor folks' for he was a cracker boy born The hard hitting of both team Kiasimmee Batterilu-Bronson. and time warrant in' support of Tick'
Judge Charles O. Andrews, the newly of cracker parent who were children featuredthe game- and accounted for II. Prther. .. ....J::. I -W; B Harri.; representing the' Eradication, to Ever A Company, of ;
: appointed judge of the Seventeenth of original cracker parent He the scores. --.K-F.-Eddie,, Duke., Kissimmee board of trade, attendeda ;New York. the $10.000 worth of these
'; Judicial Circuit. Osceola county was said he was not a college made judge. The Kissimmee team is giving\ a I* F>-S. Prathe'r '.. meeting representatives of commercial -:.eertlftea.te.' .wbleh had been taken by
represented by Mayor W. J. Steed? that he had to learn his law at his rood account of. "Ibelf and i i. fi.*t r C F.-'Johnson. ,bodies of-the State held. in ',the Bank of., Saint .Cloud being ..*...
--representative-N-. Carson-clerk oil fireside at night. that be was the.seventh coming to the front a* one of. .the 1> B, -MeLean.. .. Jacksonville last Wednesday.,, sensed to this company; '' "
"'- best'teams in'the .tate'H '2,B..;;.Buttoruff.. -Thermeeting "held- : in-
; the court J. L. Ov.ntreetEAlexander ,child of ten children and that ? -wm, nndrthr "The followtngtick'eradlcation .
j Akerman and Milton Pledger. when he came along number, seven On next Thursday the bon will 1 SB.dewy.S. . auspices of the Jacksonville Chamberof "spector were taken off the Hit:, Or'r.
'/ An elaborate ten-course dinner was had slim picking 'play.) at Sanford' and the following ; S.-B, Bullock '4 Commerce, and wa called for the:din Bass, general inspector for O**,
served under the auspices.of the Orlando .I "He. did not fail .to impress his . purpose of advising with W. J. Craig: ceola .county; E. R.. Baas, Cha*..Carson -'
Bar Association and Judge hearer of hi" determination to handle f of the ,Federal Railroad administration -? !.' .W Lybas. c. C. Jas. FredLorenx .
Jno M Cheney acted a* toastmaater.(, his circuit la afearless, and uninterrupted on'plans for advertising Florida,, Nat Stratton. W. P. ,Tyson,
.The Orlando Repofter Stsr give manner. He said h* would for., the approaching season. Mr.\: district Inspector The districts In ,
the following synopsis of Judge An- not countenance delay- in bringingcases .St. Clbud'epal-tment Craig'stated that the administration which, these inspector -patrolled are
drew's speech: to trial. He had been assistantto hed set aside a fund of $185.000 to be'outside .the nix: mile.limit fixed at the.
Madge Andrew spoke of his the attorney-general for tbe State (: /i t in advertising this State, and last regular meeting ' '
iaiMiB aisl *se SBa ej wiiiwa je Mi e)* that
pleasure In being. the honored guestof for many years but during his term data was' now being gathered']r Th. clerk was ln.tructed"to ''writ .
such an assem la... He said when of office he had, only asked for the I NEWS AND NOTES' FROM ST. CLOUD,,",THE WONDER; CITT.." for booklet and<| newspaper advertis', the Orange county commissioner as
It became known that. 'he was to be 1 postponement, of two 'case s. This was '. ' "'BT ova anuui.ia cba aasa'ONDCSrr. ing to be used extensively .throughout to the payment, of' half theexpense-
the'new judge of the Seventeenth when he was confined to his bed with,I' ; the,north and west. connected_with the X ,J; vat-1' "*.
Circuit and was to reside in Orlando. the 'flu. He add ho.believed in the He asked the cooperation of the. JOHN WATSON WILL, BE '
that 'he had incurred the enmity of quick dispatch of justice. He was commercial bodies ,In making *uggestlons -,
Mr, and Mr*. J. C. Gallatln and Home" -by :'Mr. Conn .ee mpanlocf GOVERNOR
those in Tallahassee from the Chief conclusionof to best CANDIDATE FOR
y warmly applauded at the a* the. manner of
and Miss. visitor '
baby Hopton were by MrsMorgan. Mr waspresented *
Justice down. H. Kid indeed this his speech.: ) at Kissimmeer on Monday.Capt with substantial* sum otmon'T expending,, this large'cum, and also 'Miami,< Fla>-:June' 19,-John 'W.. 1 ;
,a was a beautiful and varied country- "<>thera who spoke Hon. G- by,laying aside'sectional arid
were. feeling
.. and MrL. D. 'the' different associations Watson mayor of i Miami stated tossday ;
The prairies of Kissimmee.:.. h, said, T. Futch'. Hon. John C. 'Jonei, Judge to leave;; Saturday for''Long beautiful by Eastern Star andlovely concentrating .their,efforts-on .adver* that he will be a candidate for
on a pin, .
'remind ,,me of' the great, ,Western Alexander AkermanHon-'W; L.;,Til- land N Y. / .. flower, to which' Mrs Morgan I tlslng the State a* a, whole.A governor of. Florid) in the next" primary -'
trialns of Texas. In'. Lake, county, d.n" Hon. E. W Davis.. Hon. Joseph A1\ reception;> and surprise was given responded with a speech.' ,Music ".., 'committee of, five live ;comm.cial .** election: and tonight ,will tender. -. {i.
her lakes. nestling' amV>ng the hill. H- _Jones.. Hon..N._C.':Bryan of.,K.isslmmee recently.the-'Becloud -HoteT for by the Glee Club; Solo. by-Miis-Jane : secretaries grill, be appointed his. ....l realgnation: .mayor..touth ,
.. recall the\woonderful scenery of the and;Judge J. B. Gainer,'and the Doolittle girls. ;, who leave soon Warner.MA' Perfect; '(Day:" ,Violin take.the matter-up and 'work out-a city to be free to ,make'an. extended
:TBlue Ridge 'while Orange, her lake ,ForrestLak..ot Sanford 'i,* I
; I definite plan of ,
: .. for 'the,'north.. > '; Solo by Prof. Sampson; Glee 'Club, co-operation. campaign .'M r
I "Mr., and Mr*. ,Fenlmor left ;on "Sleep Kentucky Babe.", Delicious "
,Wednesday to spend. the. mimmer.; In punch and wafer'were. served by theEutern
>. SAYS BOLSHEVISM RESULT :- Pennsylvania. i Star,. Mr. and Mr*. Morganand HOME
I Mr. and Mrs.:' Anabaugh are- stay.tog family expect to leave soon for DEMONSTRATION: CANNING ,
for the .dmm.r- in' the Fenimore the .. rth. : .
;:: ; place'.on, .. On(Tuesday, June '17th.) 'from ::8 ''to ' "
: F"SHORTA E'Of Mr.* O.'0. Knigixt.-our. 'ticket agent" 6 p. m.. about' eeventy--'I':of" the :
ii WORK left on Thursday'to take apposition', neighbors''and friend' of Mr:"'A. B. :CLUB I IS" FORMED HERE :}

at Thonotoassa.'Fla.1, Knight'splace Daniels; gathered -at J;his home' on
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1. here'will be.filled by- ''Mr. Dief- Maryland-avenue and surprised himon .". .. ...
-. !, his 80th birthday The afternoon
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; .The following',i letter'.wa* 'written, axle of his world 1* busted;;; its'. ja ' enMr."and Mrs. Forrest Wright an4b.bY' passed:pleasantly. .and:all too, quickly.Kefreenmenta '.Miss Alblna; Smith. .th* county:'.ben'-'can' as'will be' put on' aal*- f.and-
by'i,a large employer'of labor, .vice- god 'slivers enter and cut his self-; OTecl.: to,i Deer' Park, on Wednesday. 01 ice cream' ana cane demonstration'' 'called those members'deviling'' to cue ,at'
agent meetIng
a ;-
of large'industrial ; , .-. .served. Mr.,'received ,
president ,a. plant, respect-'and his,.very to pieces. were borne '
.who for the past several month ha* To be strong ,of mind and body, 'Mrand Mrs. 8. >oJ.".',Hunt left on 10, birthday i cake/ one SS-pound ,on;;A June,17th', at. the community. kitchenf;.mmft.pareh. *tjppli/, *>*,>at: .th*
been working>a*'a' laborer,in'Industrial willing'tto''WO'k' work hard to Monday to' spend the'-- :summer .in watermelon< grapefruit, orang.'t kitchen, toe oiganiiea; canning' elub.Mr .. !dr. Wi Be*t?,*?JU-Trea; *.
,.establishment of various kind .walk. and walk and ask and entreat Asheville. N. C. '. candy and numerous: personal sift, *- S.;; H. Bullock, president of .t. 1 -: ; i
and, sections to< learn 'at first hand and.find 'no work ':'iiowhurs",to; hear ''Mr and Mr.' A. B. Daniel., Mrs. a. weir a*''"letter and poet card and the Home) 'Demmrtrxtion club explained OTlcE'TO FARNUB. 'I n
thee. sentiment of .workers.- He his i the cone of|those 1 who1 .re.n leas Ann 'Meatyard and'E1UMcCallitter money in gold from \out of town ..the object of th*' meetmg and t :. ;
,asked that his ..ram be' kept'secret ,hopeful ethan-yon--, because they've', were the dinner guests on Sunday of friend and re1.ti,,"./ The followingpoem IV wa unanimously'decided to. start Dembnatrhtiori Canning1"1 -
,In order that h* may be ibis to continue walked longer and to lee your-purser Mr. and Mrs. John. F DanielDr. .*.-. I ,,was presented: at once community canning-' the desires to purchas ,from ;f.noen. *> _
d his atudieato< t '.' making a thinner and'thinner' wall : .' F.. F. H. Pop and daughter,' Comrade name of"th* organisation to be Home fruit*,and ,Tegetabl for canning;. or.>
Washington,;,,D.: CJTJnne; 7.I1919; between 'you and horlow- heetedI Mr.' Scott, and little daughter Evelyn -; To. A, BDaniel, *ii Demonstration Canning Club. I' will can the sam on shares.. lb.
,Ron James .W.' Good.s Oiairmkm I bum-Iand-'that 1* enough to try the left -Thnrsday-for Kent, Ohio.I. i' THT NATAL DAY.-- -memberahlp Nee wa fixed at i ,t j.. T.... ' i i i T r
House Committee on Appropria. I the most reasonable man' faith in i iI Mr. E--: C.'Meek* cashier of the Peo. $1.00 per'' year which entitles the LEWIS LANG EXHIBITS' ,
.tlons., House of Representative., his eountryandIts institutional!-all plea Bank.:.Mri Lev Shambowr first Comrade, on this thy Natal Day-' j member to,the privilege of canning at. '
Washington:: C* " -... - I of them,; vice-president; '. John H. Fergusonand To theMw each, a token bring. the kitchen and, using the, equipment >! FINE, BEAR. SUN j'
'My Dear Slrj-' *.- ,I This.fact 1 t.* well known to the radical G.' A.Reed, were 'in Kiseimme Each gift,. a monument .ot love there a* well a* taking advantage)"of "., \ '
A*"a result of1 my experience: of agitators'_,In'' their meetings on Monday/'on business'. .for the"D'W'' A Jejrel tw: .,' worthy a Kin . the advice and instruction of' 'the ''An I unusually'1ne: specimen' ota -
the put few months- I .find myself !have heard' them argue-redoubled efforts bank. ' '' No golden .eepter'fortb brow-, county agent.if desired*, :; Florida bear skin'rug'l*. on',,eihibl.'
Jrl'tat1ylnter ted. in the question of I to" enroll new member.*"before Mrs.a Flora Grimes hasrecently: To rule or'taint your native land. The farmer and producer will .
the (future' of the U. S.aEmploymentService i these raen out of work, get'job and 1 sold his /house 'onPennsylvanla'av.. . But Gems; we tender thee, i find a sale at the club for their'.nrniu tIon.Jq the .window,of,the Granthan '
a* now being"considered by so .close their mind to our gospel." nue to Mr9. Lillie Bavis. For your true worth a manly man. 'product, ;or''"-arrangements can furniture .store, where it 1* arousing. , a
"011..' and committee. i A .knowre Mr.and< Mrs.1 Si! W Porter entertained - S *iv' a": deal of admiration "
'} your gr \ course .- thousands .: be made for, canning on ,shares either good | ,, [ an employer ofjabor.:. In' of....,enmloyers'-. devising method th Eastern Star last 'Thu *- Summer ro..1 and the 'blue: ben. by,tile' farmers' members ;Tb."re'g,was mounted. bf\ Klasintmee' -.
get toMh'view-point,'off the 'for working condition in day evening-at their beautiful homeat Lend their ragrahee,' whileong. .
improving I (Mr*. Steed 'f'I'U'' appointed chair-( well known taxidermist, Lewi "'$-
eo atrr.-'WOrk.nj'I- have..keenworkIng their- them instituting Ashton.' Delicious' ''orange 'andwitermelons"were I birds bring ": , ,of .
' roan the club andappiication.tor Lane,who 1* .an artist W; hi* pro II* , .
-'as a laborer under ma alias In shop committee, ''profit' sharing, served." .Sunshine) to. your*isoul .and "cladneak. membership be 'made ',to :her; to "*P >'fI' *C '"" ' "*" . 'i ,
,; several plant and.factories._ ,My..ob-, etc;_These,are .all good.things., But ,Mr.. and Mrs. Jack:KiefSchneider! While we Join our voice and sing. Mis Smith 'or to Mr.lBeCibJMCretarytreasurer >. __..cP"fu C .d oiiiiot"eoJUla"DIa r art/ .-
ervatlon to 0at.- seem to.m..pertii they.are'frosting on"- the cake!If. The and. son. Lewis, of' Tampawere the Tohim'that rule oar d..tlny.--. ; *>f the club.- .: ; to the largo animals out 1* tond :tfmocntug .
i neat to th. question now,before von. w>ihoi. thing start with the lob. That guests on 'Saturday. and! Sunday All hail, ;all praise: 'thoa, ,blessed The kitchen: will be open Mondays, some of nature' 'Jlmal!*., fl'::..
In a word they'are'this Tbe'dlfer. 1* what" hold- the whole thin*. toe I morning of Mt.*. and Mra.'Levi Sham- on.-*' Wednesday uId' Saturday*.':. Mill families. On Monday h* wa pa the 'J..
t .onceol2shevismis \ ti "' biggest" ' bow.,,,, "" '....'L." '. j,.,, -. -a i To.the ,wetve the beet we. have. Smith ,11&11, kindly bffer.1h.1 p street'; with. an. animal in hi,. hand 1J:;
the-. difference sino-le' 'incur e' ; Com 'weal or' will be .
? between piece of woe, 'Thy 'co-operation: both In. producing which "at first glance appeared; *'bee
,having a. Job and not having nisi:: XTo ance againstBolshevtsn: that% thiscountry A very enjoyable]. reception' was given done.- ' ' theme products to be canned and in as- a'cross between .' mcrIM: and''a, rat,," ever
an extent which no on can conceive) can think about Just. BOW is in ,the St.' Cloud Hotel:.Tuesday. .isting'and' :advisingtnf'puttlntg ; "' up but which praifd toy be'ground male, M
; ''wlrct. ha DOt. himself; walked the a, nation-wtd TJ'It.tatlon f or bring- evening In honor of: Mr- Guy S. t1 brlntia t Uver, or' I'Old..j; ,j', the fruit ,andvegetable*.- rfectly mounted.- Mr.. Lang re- i.'--J
-atnet* for .ork1be'u1e'.tOll: which lnr'100 per:cent of the job available ha* 'been 10''Idnd and h Or'flower* 'wore In -a boquet < This -m....* a great help and1 onvenlene marked that the,,,littl::fellows grew: If,
w therwhole-world tunurfor-th! =workIngiman tnto-.n.etion-.wttb."the', meni: who hdpfulto all with hef lDutie.-'Th. But .ft"7'OU from'ns pen,Bach"as'My *-tothe';lIoueekeepenotJaa. rem.rtably-tn... ,and that ,'It'Y{" .
: II the Job. A..long. aa.h need-thm-for ihetf'daily' bread ''and hotel ,wa."beautifully decorated for 'J'etjble :mind. Would (,hav t' ,m* simmee,: and a Mr enrollment' 'ofmember would.. cost. thousands of Mars.',,tor-<4 \t
can enjoy his three meals a day and butter : tbe.geeaIon.The following program i* expected. purchase enough ,.ki... ,for V coat j.;
think of.l Ma- wn .and Jiis-famJlyVi: : TWs <>nnec lon iis JlGt'...adi effl.clentlyiorieven wa well rendered: ' ( H6MER\JENNINGS, The farmer will find a market-for ,.Mr,,Lang say the flyer ""who-vUIr }

tutu, ,wiwr..l..uJab'.J.. :3*.tt fairlyvwbea worker Piano duet by Mrs Buckmaster : tr .Clond,.,F,1yJbtN', : ''}T. ;Y919. their fUf"IluI over'what the' stores KiMimmee arpartial .to. raoonte-1', T' ,.
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#.- ftir r; ,- 4'M' little girl- subject. to;7 sudden ; L LAKE COUNTY 'E ENTERTAINS THE' :"I.REPUBLIcANS A LILLY TO WHITE PUT "OUT TICKET' fEELING BLUE?" %

attacks' of stornach. arid bowel I Republicans Aof Florida_ silent and ...: LIVER LAZY? ,

.trouble and Dr. Caldwell's Pepsin always unambitious for more than a score of
,\ PRESS ASSOCIATION ROYALLY[ years, are hopeful of carrying this
"is for'State offices, but ., -
'": relieves her quickly-so' she. soon State also. in not the only national election l and will Wonderful How- Yenac aid Eaerfet*

:' usual. I have used Syrup Pepsin '/ '. i iput oiit a fi4ll fitate ticket at Nsw the York next tc You Feel After Takl f ,This Naa-

./. for three years and would' not ,bc'. without. it who_T1;e had editor the ,time their of wives their and lives friend last Daytona.'Pre.ident-T.. E. Fitzgerald, of Sun election, a Republican for governor.newspaper The { carries for seal... "CaJdmel Tablet

week it the Fortieth Annual ,State ,the announcement of the plans
I : now t-ari'y"pricet: Press Association which SecretaryTreaureFr- Miss Edna Florida Republicans. This State is Ifyou have not tried Calotabs i uhave
,. JH' 'met at [Ruby Pierce, of Wait Palm ;Beach. of from the North delightful surprise awaiting ,
-'I full Republicans
\ Leesbur a
:i ,Y''i 1\ ,j J H I ,/From letter to Dr. Caldweli'irh.n; Dora and<<, Eustfs, Tavares, Mount Mrs. Lois K. May., of Peniacola,.who have kept silent regarding'partypolitics : The wonderful livercleansingand
> other you.
r4 \ { / | Mf. J.... F.. t'mltb 600< Virginia. b1)) coun- read a set of splendid resolution* since coming to, Florida., but system-purifying properties of 't
r .. ty, dispersed Saturday afternoon
,; .j, .. ,;A" \ "Plttebllrc, F*., ter a three days session, when the at. deploripg the present unrest and who, are really still Republicans at calomel may now be enjoyed' withoutthe
: .. precept laid down by Gilbert..Leach, calling for standard' of 100 percent -heart. The New York Sun's tory in slightest unpleasantness. A CatoUb -
a. Americanism- !
is follows: bedtime with a swallow of.,
"Pleasure before part as at
'r'! i" Dr. Caildwell's out to the letter busjne.s.u; .and was life carried was- tion At committee the suggestion the constitution of the Resolu was i "It may make folk in the North, I water.--that's all. No*taste, no'salts,
Democratic- well as Republican the slightest unpleasant' effecta.
one grand whirl of auto rides boat nor
amended to create the office of Statistical '
,, \( trip* and balls with eats at, every Historian and partisans, open their eyes and whistle You wake up in the morning feeling ,
Secretary and: (
'J' *
incredulously to hear that the that want to laugh '
point.A so good you
Col- Tom Appleyard' was elected to erstwhile tame not to cowed liver is clean'
Syrup PepsinThe large attendance marked the fill that say .about it. Your your
) opening sessions of the meeting, Tampa position., Jacksonville and Pensacola Republican party. in Florida actuallyhas system is purified your appetite ,
-i of the ,State in' '
it hopes winning ,hearty. Eat what you
,. though was. noted with regret that all In the
were for the '
: Laxative race nextmeeting' 1920. both for the Republican candidate :- The next time you feel laaymean ,
Col. Tom Appleyard.falled to answerto danger.
) Perfect place of the association but
{ for President and for the State blue discourapclgive
roll call and Mr. C. V.. S. Wilson, eloquent was the Invitation and-.0 nervous or
? of Sarasota, the efficient secretary, entioing' her offices. No sensible person In or out I I your liver a thorough cleansingwith '
was reference to. the
Sold Druggists Everywhere was also absent. Mrs. Holderman. "Oasis" that all other of Florida would offer better odds a Calotab. They are so perfect: I
competitor. than one to two for the proposition, i druggist i il authorized to
""- of Cocoa, was'named that your
t = secretary\ pro withdrew their
I ; for recognition but the point ,Is that the Republicans ;i the that ,
50 cts.$1.OO( and refund price as a guarantee
_ I tern.Frank Pensacola will be the Mecca :I
are figuring that they have a will be delighted.
Harris, Sr., the dean of the of the editors you "
J Florida press, was present for the I I The business disposed year.of, the 'chance to win for the first time in :I Calotabs are sold only in original" I'.
first time in.several and gang 43 years, or since the HayesTildencontest. sealed packages. Price thirtyfivecent \
years several -
a carefree
Constipation is a, condition to be guarded against from new names were added to the I spent through the hill day' motoring of I: *. At all drug stores.-(adv/) '

I infancy to -old age. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin i% as list at the business meeting These Lake, visiting lovely that wonderful country Industrial -, political battle unique in .the i,I _
the State forming
history of Is 'now
member. are: C. A. Allison, Volusia that with the exception of two <
safe and pleasant for children as it is effective on even school at Mont Verde, then on and the approaching months promise day '
.f CountyRecord; Harry M. Gann to Clermont where men candidate on the 1920 .
_ they were guests'of I
constitution. A trial bottle can be obtained Lake Wales exciting, if not actually revolutionary -
Highlander Miss
,the strongest : ; Eme- the Clermont board of trade at an' state ticket would be a man who formerly -
A' Caldwell line Nicholas, Winter Park Post development The Republicansare voted the Democratic ticket. '
4 'ffee pf charge by.wrltmg to Dr. W. B. ; elegant luncheon, at the beautiful seriously maintaining after a I
Miss ;Belle Fussell Leesburtr Commercial Highland country club. An elaborate :Anderson, who never pandered to ne
458 Washington St., Monticello, 111. ; Walter B. Neal, St. Au- program had been prepared for the canvass of the State that they have gro support, is a leader in the new
.Kustin,Record:;.A. D. 'Miller. Eustis visitors more than a fair chance of over- 'lily white" movement and believes '
entertainment and of
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ one throwing the traditional
..- -. Lake Region; S. J. Triplett, Okee- Clermont' charming ladies, Mrs. one party that Florida is ripe for Republican ,
'- jchobee' News; R. B. Child. Lakeland Altmeyer, gowned in a costume domination of the State. This pre victory.. He is a staunch ben ver:In'awhlt"'man.
: ;MISSANNE.CA.RSON WRITES JAdvertiser;. D.UWoodard.-. ultLIWyborlt whichrepresented"-every newtpaper'in dictioncome from men-of-conservative -' '. Rep"bllcaPatt,.. I'
bent and seems to be built on
Atlanta M- T. LaHatte -
Co.t ; Florida 1
received them their
OF MEMORIAL DAY IN FRANCEJune ( Type Founders Co.; Geo. arrival. rather better foundation than mere ,. St. Lucie County: Two silos have

; I ..C. Keller, Orl ndot Mergenthaler Con I I I The party disbanded here, a major brag. been started and when mpleted s ,
The card in the Repub-
trump new
and Miss Sarah L. Vinson, Gainesville ity of the cars going to Orlando, then there will be five in this county
lican Man'sRepublican "
attack II the new "White
Experiment Station. Other are talking of build
: lit 1919. told u* about how his brother was home. The 1919 -press meeting will The grower
I On Thursday morning the visiting be Party. Republicansof ing silos in the near future. There isa .
Dear F.ther- killed there, ad kept saying "le bon long remembered. The royal welcome the State have declared themselves .
If I were Irvin Cobb or George rarcon." Said he met his brotherthe editors were welcomed to Leetburg extended the visitors from the decided renewed interest manifested ,'
Patnllo I.could (five you a really interesting morning he was killed. They 'by Rep. T. G.. Futch in a neat address beautiful cities of Lake county. each against catering and have any announced longer to on the part of a number of former ''J
story of what I did on Memorial 'were going into the same battle. His to which President F. W. and every one of the elaborate e en- negro support, pineapple growers to start the growIng
hereafter that
Day. (brother .told him he waint coming ,Storrs, of the Press. Association, re- ,ertainments provided for their the" Republican party of pines again. The limiting fac- .
shall be white" theDemocratic .
J as illy a. f
plied.In ju.t tor in the planting of a large acre- '
'; I' earned where Nat' grave wm back then. I ,pleasure, will make this a red' letter With- this to stArt .
tend got permission to go there. I Every village I Is ruined. They are I the afternoon Dr. Lincoln Hully, meeting In the annals of the organi- them the Republican party. will announce an will be the obtaining of slips. .,

When I found it was a two days all being built by German prisonersvery president of Stetson University, zation, and the editors returned home a full ticket. both State and county -- -- "
trip and I had only one 4ay I decided '- Ilowly. The French mix theGerman 'made an eloquent" address on "Eu- feeling that the half could not be regardless of what the Democrats Pfl.sCur.dIa6tol4Days

to go to Rheims anyway. Miss Eu.j .- officer. and men and say it ,'gene Field, whom he said was a former told." decide todo. H. L. Anderson mem- DnI ,untaxIfnoMt U PAZO OHmtCNT tea I I 111
Bell, a Y.'. W. C. A. woman, and I is good for them. v I newspaper man. Then the editors -I The scenic grandure and the fast ber of the Republican national orltchtiu.BUQ" tarted off at '7:30 in train. Tlfc I At Fisme another ruined witnessed a ball game between increasing the of committee _..tlr! nltovMltchlnt PlA*. and row caajMt .
a town prosperity
4 beauty for the State, said tile other r..M.U.:o.,... th. Brat .ppUoatlao. ... .1,
1" car we were in was third class and we went to the Memorial Day serv- Leesburg and Eustis as guests 0:the ,the lakes, the smoothness of the ____________________________ ___n'n'U- 'WJnJWWJWLtU1LWJtflJWLflJObars 1' :
>ad formerly been used for carryingGerman ice. Seventeen thousand American Athletic Association.: ,roads of that section will long be I

h. ($ troops to the front. That'are buried there. I wish that all An informal ball at the armory sung by ye editors though mere'words ACHANCE, TO BECOME AN :
Uy it was crowded with American., mother. whose sons are buried over and a moonlight ride for those who cannot exnress their appreciation (I
' 'fvha":.were on their way to Memorial here could see how beautifully kept did not dance, rounded out an ideal of the courtesies of Lake coun-

r erviceg! in' American cemeteries in 'the graves are. Row upon row of day.Before ty's warm hearted. citizens. AERIAL.PHOTOGRAPHER ,
I those same battlefields. (shining white crosses with a flag on !I I leaving Leesburg each visitor I _.

. On the 'car was a U. S. doughboy every grave, and that day a sprayof was presented with a very artis- TALK 'OF HIGH COST OF MEDI- '
'f 'who had fought all through the summer immortelles on everyone. The tic pin bearing a representation- of I When the war began we had onlya ] and other dangers to navigation ;

'' last year till he was wounded ; service :was very im pressv_. The I I Florida's golden fruit in a brilliant CINE. few airplanes in this country but and do half a hundred other use
; .at St. Mihiel.! As we neared Chateau flag wall raised an4<< put at half mast, I back ground borderd with vettlent when it closed we had thousands. ful thing Why not become an aerial
i5 '. :Thierry he became very much excited ':while a Y girl sang the Star-Spangl greenThe inscription reads: ,"1919 "Although. I paid only $2.00 for 2 During the war a great airplane industry photographer and earn while you *1
'. and tried to how us everything ed Banner. A French woman presented Florida Press Association." They bottles of, Mayr Wonderful Remedy learn?
; 'I. at once. The place i. in ruin, but a wreath from the citizens of were gift from Lake county. II wouldn't take $100 for what 2 doses grew up and a great branchof I The Army will have a school of a

wheat is growing in the field It Flames. "Lord of our Far Flung' On Friday the beauties of Lake have done for me. My partner also the Army was organized-the Air aerial photography and expert aerial '

.,. r reminded me of Grady's speech: Battleline" was sung, the burial ser:I county were revealed to the editorsin has taken a dose with wonderful re- Service. photographers from "over there" will
I ; '"Fields that ran red with human 'vice was read, three volleys were a series of events beginning with I I suits. lie was threatened with an How would you like to fly? Do be the instructors. The school will ,
'c 'j < blood in April were green with the fired. taps blown and the benedic,Ian auto ride around the loop of the : operation for stomach and bowel you Irallze that the flying age ha* be located in a pleasant part of the ,m
4 harvest in June." Nature certainly tion. Then we went out to the grave 'shady dell where car after car trav- I,trouble and is sure he will be all come and that airplanes are goingto country, with the best of living condition -
does her part to efface battle scar ''of Miss Russell's cousin in a French :,lersed this wonderful stretch of road I right now. We both suffered from be as common as automobile? *. Uncle Sam wilt give you
All along the railroad were small cemetery. A French wonxah told us beneath bending branches of the indigestion and bloating with gas." "Over there" thousands are used. absolutely free your food. clothing,
't I cemeteries, Allies and Boche..Rheims .. :|that she planted-the flowers and ]I['great oaks, through troplcat) ham- ,It is a simple, harmless preparation You have heard of the thrilling fightIng lodging and instruction, and pay you '
; is unbelievably desolated. that she would always take care of mock or along proapeilous groves. :that removes the catarrhal mucus they, did but do C you know that besides. Those that wish to fly and ,'s
.The whole place is in ruin. After the grave of the braye |The road' bent back to the city pasta I i from the Intestinal tract and allays most of the time the flyers were can make good photographs from the
'i. ,eeing it I think that nothing is too lator who died for sixty; acre watermelon "patch" and the inflammation which causes practically sent ,out to take photographs T The air may be placed on flying status
much, to,\'do tobhe-.Germans. Miss I I.Butsell [ ,1 came back from American.aV"1 right there Bob Holly and Cris all stomach, liver and Intestinal cameras onthe airplanes were the and receive an increase of 50 per cent
7. and I'got lunch at the' Y. and on the train with rington threatened to desert, Cod-I ailments including-: .-appendicltis. "eye's of the Army.1 The enemy in their pay. The pay (fa "velvet"and '-

went outside to eat it on a.! bencb.1)people along the Veal 'River-got thought.better of It in 'vlew,;*of One dose'-will convince. or monet re' could hide nothing from them. They will be, "according to the following ,
4 ,We were In this beautiful quiet green in at midnight. A wonderful day. announced program. funded. 3. Z.. Roberson, and druggists -, looked down from above and made' a 'tsble; .,

,place' with soldiers and nurses sitting], The men killed at Flsmes are The boat trJp from Leeiburg everywhere. perfect record of every movement of i I I,'I Ing NonflyPlylnK Status Btatu -
., ,around on'the ground eating Junch, mostly. from the 42nd. through Lake Harris into. Dead river, the enemy. The photographs showedhis :1 Orad. '' a month. month
4. and our bench- was on the edge of at I They have asked me to. stay on to then across Lake Eustis: a distance SOUTHERN LANDS FOR THE trenches his machine gun em Master Electrician .' 81.00 $126.60 c
-shell hole with barbed wire heaped do some special work 'in the office at of fourteen miles.' 'was wonderful. '. placementai., his long range artillery Sergeant tat Class.. 61.00 76.60
'j up back of It. It is awonderanybody1 headquarters. It will probably last and 'wa. made far more; wonderfulby l SOLDIERS.. of many other Chauffeur' 1st Class.. 51.00 76.60

'. arna out of that fighting? ....till -July 15th. maybe a shorter time. the presence of a bevy of charming things that it was necessary for us Sergeant: __-..____' <<.00 '66.00
; :., After lunrh we drove to Flame. It is not hard, but am not sure if I'll Euatis matrons and maids who Washington, June lu.-Representative to know. But the making of photographs Chauffeur -._.__.:._ 44.00 66.00 ,
'.0: .. :All along the battlefront the 'road do it.. Will' let you know next-time had come to'Leesburg: to accompanytheir I H. J. Drane, of Lakeland. Fla., from the air was not easy. Corporal ___._____ 36.00 ,84.00 ,
,: 'has; been repaired and Is' perfect, but I write: guests on the rid.'. i i I was. one of the witnesses before the It had to be developed and perfectedand Private lit Class.... 33.00 49-50

:..vome. ;i of? the camouflage is_ still up.I Much love to you all. I At Eustis they were whirled .w.7'1.[I house committee on public lands, ad- thus prang ,up the science of Private -----k.b._ 80.00 45.00
in. driver. in 'th. where elaborate aerial photography.- I I Lieut. 1. B. Cunclllf. nh..tno.ranhle. 4.
- we had wa a snldlerhoJ! A. ever. > ANNE. auto. to park an ;Ivoc.tlnaprompt: passage of the soldiersettlenient '
had foughtt, ; all--ove fth "front. "Hel P. "S. TKe general opinion here I dinner was awaiting them., .]'' bill. H* told of the Flying is going to be the big game. officer. atCarlstromfl.lJanfj4u.:, .i\

: ''rotated'out the-Htndenburg line and.seems that Germany won't sign and The party divided.,for the after:I I vast acres of rich lands in South in -Armv-and-voil;: can denend- un.oniit. H. R. Wells, pilot, flying: from Carl- ?'
.. 'the ."wonderful barMd wire entansrle'im -I the' people rather h pe' they won't;noon. --motoring--- -Tavares and'Florida-.themort productive-: -land_ aJ oirthatJyoorI7ncIe.:.:. ::Sam._.strom .toJacksonylUe,' stopped-.over, ,.,
r mt* and*hen the French line .so we can "finish the Job.". The army ,Moqnt Dora then crossing Lovely in the whole 'world" which Is await- 1* going\ todo, wonderful things with .in Kisslmmee for a brief,. stay last i t;.
;*"Ssns' tranehle.-et':wtthout file de of Occupation has been' ready for Lake!. Dora to Travers. where .theyi ling development 'aM' to which the the aid' of this new and intensely{Tuesday. They are on .a recruiting, "

_ .( fer.".' and ,told, usof, manr> engage- w L .if;.. .,,\ "" ,..., ". (\ I were welcomed by-the, mayor aDd''soldiers will be welcomed .as' return- fascinating science of aerial photography expedition, seeking enlistments. for ,pI
mentnJt (:.At two places he tooV'ua'out : 'r. other; city: and county officials. ing heroes. 'for thIs :.product: of the'war'the photographic branch* of it beair. ,
,.r 4 ' on"the'fIeld 'whero'ammunition'is .We; '. arc proud of the confidence.1 doe-" I Harry Brown of 0 St.. Augustine,I'I'I Congressman r Drane explained the is not for.war: only but.proml..a to'service.-and the Gazette f is:,Indebted :

tin lyin amnnd.U: '.rot '"a'" few tor-. drn empty shells for-os'and cautioned 666 Chill and F.verTonlc.-i/Adv) on this, rip in (replying to-an address -]I crop can be grown eli .the year Its possibilities-are unlimited. From1 1 Kisslmmee, which were taken from '
*-" r 'C ntt<'itlT: abontUoncMifg thln'frs. ''t : l, *"*..< f : -I. r .. of wetcomi, though he was ,round as ideal for!! the soldiers' just aerial photographs you c.n. make and which..may be seen ... ;
' i':A" little fortherfon, b. .*toppconfused' regarding the I returning from France: and -..where better maps than by the'old methods. at this.'offle.. ,I> ? .,car and .sk.dusto;' exruae him When 'much'spraying- groves; being done. watertanks of. ,Lake county. He .they'can find, a profitable market for I From 'the'. air you scan. photograph Theso'ofOcen' will stop In Klssim- :
we realized. tit he, had stopped at Citrus trees making fine growth. > came out ,strong on< the, good roads''all they can raise of livestock.'cotton, And comprehensive surrey inaccessible areas, 'obtain\ ,Thee -on ,their'*return from'Jacksonville. -,' ;
ki '% .*av. w. took .om. of ou'.flowereto I, Calhoun County.. Prospects > good question and expressed ,'unqualified truck. ,citrus 'fruits and where 'lumber of great construction -' and requested the Gazette, to I, I
_I ( him. ne .aobbed like.a, child and for the best crop' ever grown in approbation of:-the',recent, Laws ,en- bu.lne..Dd' dealing''. in.. naval'' projects and watch the-pro-'sav that if any...on* hero desires to .;'
'gress the ,work .
; V of i j You can study enlist in this branch ..
-- acted of the service
the legislature.- j
.: dounty, <'Ftermers giving ,more thl'l! stores.'offer_ increasing: opportunities. stream and coast lines
,-railways and
f At .both -cities refreshments : they will carry them back them
1 dainty also'given with
: tention' than usual to. the sweet I' Florida was prominent and locate ,
tato crop. Six'cultivators'have,recently -1;were, served'rby, 'promlnent',ladies..of. mention as an.'ideal olaee for soldier- *..__- - :- -:- uncharted.! , - sand m their airplane.__ ._. - ;

_: .111'. LOOK TRC RED FOR HAUL been purchased by farmers of the placeThe'.trip- settlement by William Kent' former UUIW'IUIIIIIDIDlUlUDlumlw.DlI-' ....-..........-'...... ._.. '
:*:-.. the'..county. "I' .: back to,.Eutis,,,over the,:(,member of congress from California. \ j. .
__ : .'11 TRADE,.MARK, .Seminole County Celery still &,0IDJr'forward velvety, smoothness. Lake county'a now a','member. of the ,U. S.. tariff ' to ,
I in ear-lots. :General farm asphalt. where the speed limit / is eommision.He said that some of '

,.t'' & "- crop. doing'well. and systematic ca posted as;100 mile'per hour" wind the tremendous areas in the \lsoulh, ;Brighten the . : ;

I fiifeartou Ammunition tie dipping being done satisfactorily. ing round; dimpling" green fringed and in ,Fklda.h"* been, cut over, by .
\,, :..' t .. lakes and,splendid groves and .hand the. lumbermen. $, ''aome of -it Habitual Constipation. Cured. some homes "was ,a ride long to be land.. Much of it is1 in the coastal : .' _

lit 14, to a 1 Day remembered... ? ? ._ plain area stretching\ from Virginiato Morning l I
:. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" Is a specially. While, the day'bad been 'replete Texas' There* is a- lack, of., soil 1 i '
"; prepared Tonic-Laxative for Habitual with -pleasure. the editors rallied ;to fertility on' :some 'of the' lands,1 but (;
Constipation. It xeUevee promptly but the call, of Clarence Wooda..who had competent authorities ,believe', that I'
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should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days I become' ."Chief., maker, if ..announce this can be remedied. The southern J with a hot drink that gives refreshyig '

f, to induce regular action.. It StImulates and': menta" ;and embarked'forGrand Island Settlement, and Development Organization ' ; invigoration.
1-' Regulates.. -Very .Pleasant to Take- 60q : l .for a :moonlight boat ride and .has plans for soil survey-and -; ?,c; -
perii*tl.. -t- -. I were, rewarded 'by, 'a .watermelon Improvement .aa'part'of program 'V" ,: _
tout' byJ.paDeae: lantern light. for south-wide development.! : "_ 1 1 -' :

r7) .H.::3i.Qt.' to U +.< ..i,.,0. o O,. ,9 .....!ot_ ..!.. 0 oo. .."the,'mayor J;of".Eustl* ,made awelcomln Mr.Kent.qualWled'' aa, a. wjinsst by , 'flcOrIgina1 :: _
; address and presented the .tatlD< _y .. : ::1:>>. ''C3t'l' ,, EI ( J keys of..the" city '.which tOI'.fe1leep-: : in I Nebraska._and wait in,,the : 4
r'1 . 'r ing, were turners. over to, Clarence livestock business in the far.west for tl .05tUH.CERE 'ij!
;: Wood. On Jhelr"ret\Jm :to the' city: 80 years and that' though he did not \ t.

; Me an J Insuranicc( Agtiicy' rthey' were honor guests 'at a.ball-at believe, in I if he has"played the game . "
the Eustia. yacht: club. ". .? "'. .- Of land 'speculation and reaped where J .; i _
t ",- -r **. =Tf *yW dedttJt':' --. .--I1'1"/1,/ "*",;-, v'r .Befor.--2.avingEustIsSaturday- I-have. .not sown in-14, states." .,. i j&t : so : : '
; wr"ha o- morning the visitors invited : pleasingand satisfying- : :
,. a Ul l of properties sale.i.among which were to ,He' criUaed'the Mondell.bill in regard :, ,

': ,: 'are'Mome Yel'7"'attractive Farms, 'Ranches. Orange Grovea, business '1 J visit ,the plant '01 the .'Lake Region' to mlno points.but endorsed it ,that. it.has completely taken the V.V "
*hvn-EdItor.: Miller each
presented- aa a meanre.tendlnJr to promote the ... .
,. .buildings, and: dwellings all.ln.OsceoIa County and 'each proposition,,! editor with a', Watermtan | fountain place.of tea arid coffee in ?
,' J: r redistribution of.population.>In otdu '... ,. . ... . many ,,'t'--,
$ ;.listed at.'minimum value; some In dude'allnecessary farm equipmoat. -' a. souvenir from the Stats.Baifk to accomplish that purpose,'? to;: the '0'. l' b homes \

_ ,We aJao'can offer exceptional. bargains In Kissbximeo and St.,.. of. llustts.! 'oJ. ( J I fullest extent he thought : the bill -vp'" everywhere., t "-
' Cloud prop.rt1s.'.now owned by nonresidentswho'arewilling, to cell'at' The-business.. session held In 'the should ,be :.amended so a* .enable, >T'i! ;. -

.. a'sacriflc! thus offering1' an,excellent opportunity to Invest'a .little harmonious school house at'.Tavarea :was most others than soldier to ..take'L ad vantage "- ;1 ,Try 'this 'healthful' D nkand."s
-by-unanimous .
eon .
I r l.oiMU.opportunities.Putnam / _ 4 _
: :.urpluf'capiUTand beaefl4t y\th. Increase tn.lralnea'whlchllf: surs'cr sent the loUowfn..otfteen 9* faoteresulfsC": ; .- -. r'25c..- .

.: ,to'com* 'Call or writ us., \ .... f. stand at the helm of were'dao"l ,",;County- More,'.' acreage ,c '" .'

_ I' Association: (ill,the 1920 than nsualha.been'pla.ntedto. > fall '

t.fbw : ,E... StrbutjFarm. :! ;Agency, Inc. 'Maldellt-Flti..ra1d... of DaytonsT.aroT /: I b"v..eroP"'t.,. ,such' .as *cowpeasand" >.. j;;. ; -v':.sorghum : .''"Two;"sizw/usually;. 'sold at:-ISc'dnd!' ..'

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,Central Drug.Store.,? e I iiTIIt: ree; for Charleston; S..;C, ,where. rh, will.shower of orange, blonohta'aDd satin" pleated the Southern ;O* *man va. X.

.Weather'Report{ r'- .spend come time'visiting' the,.family. ribbon- -- v ;rlety'of-corn. and picked mature 'sars
i '' i Miss Li hiaii Hartii is visitingfritnds I Wttk Of .. ZJAI'; vend "of his uncle - 11TM i| bridegroom,, accompanied: by..onithe'JOth ofMay.Vli. ; -7:--' E .1 '

,. .." Wrote awn\ this week., .. i ixoaDAt'44 '''C."II : Ward ,'left 'this week1' for.the bride'a brother.-,Roy< Prentis, "" i ,Read our classined Add for bar:i Matinee 8:80 t tit...tM Night. Bound BrookN- J.. to: apend: the waiting a0 aha approached be ''Boat:[variety" and they. were hummers"ha' I,

: rain Nelson Bea11'CompaDl'; ; .:: ii" 1 summtr.. He'expect'to' return. .In'her and led bar before the dergyman. -. deed a* well"as in, name for'" *be. ,
; ; Following are daily Conctano Tatmadir* In"UP.THB JOth.t
temperatnres .
". the Dr.'Co' H.Summers former first fruit.ripened n'May ;
'I al BALX.tBV: early fates
; and precipitations as re.Tr , C. E. Carlson of St.: ,Cloud was LalIt 1Ip1.od..ot; ROAD'HOUDJNL"Pord WITH 1 Ab'the Poverty Social fines\T/ill be pastor I. of the'groom's, who perform.(I.I This particular kind of peanwr, 1 h
, at ** "* ffowesk uon!. business visitor inthe" city Monday.+ KduCttKtnai V'Mklr. -,; ed\ the ceremony "and. Bv., OB.. grown by Mr. Swabey>> oriflbtatea lit
Kissimmee : eadIng -' 'The latest songs In1 .Sheet , .1 I I laid- upon all unnecessary ornamentsor ;Fall. ,,who assisted.- :I Orange county California.-The pod
; ; Thursday;,JPIe.12. 1919: Central Drug Store. ....a;,. '''H..ak'A ., :1 1I nies.articles' of.-dress. Bring"your pen,,I I. Mr, and Mrs Cowger left immed: are seven inch** In.I.ngth'and'; ,are
Majc. .. Center I I I ITHB O URAOEOU.COWARD"Qaumont / ''l tey'! for a''two week's sojourn 'on'' worth $8 crate green.or'94 'peJ'crate
< Min Bain R. D. Libby of Union was Oriphlo, ( .1 per '
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-visitors here' "X>r. W.'Simpson, of 1O.a1mmeelle'ln th. east coast and will then reside dried In,California.- Mr.' .-
the -business-
I ; Thursday -_.._... 93 73 ..40Friday among t '
the today greeting friends t'
jEatt sTrIIllamWEiDxR.DAT city in St. Cloud where the Is ,
Monday' ;; I groom em- bey's first mature pepper.were picked *-
; :;_..____ 91 73; and 4 nsiness_Reporter- '
u8"'ItPER. transacting > Cloud "
"THm I Dlo'ed'I" office.
the .St. Tribune ,
onJune :
I I Hear Frieda Hempel ,"The ; 6thJ'f-)
< Saturday ?:_..._ 90 70' 1.26 4)n Mutt 4 Jeff in ". Star (Saturday). ''The' -..ol.lIf"matured :days
with at Central "
J Sunday ....*._,. 88 if ,2S Drag Phonograph Store a Soul-'. ,t,1 THU11SDAT IR(8IDNBY. J Dr. and MrStebbins '*cc$>mpa. later from the ysc" varI.t,..+.,,
Died by Miss Rosalie Stubs. of'Thonotoaaata -r I THANKS TO MR. VOORHEES Mr. Swabey'brti.ks, a good many
; ; Monday .., _._, 55 .72 Misse Jettle and Wilma 1W1Jion'are PtfST ,.Hyland In ; e
'I'( WARDICE COURT." ; were the> guest Saturdayof records with his gardeningstui nn l
; Tuesday ,__T___ 85 11 1-97.,, in .Eustis on a, week'. visit.. with. Harold Lord Comedy. +\ Mr. and Mr*. C. ., Hilton., j' Thanks. tothe riaero'lty''of Mr. whjch) goes to show that every family
Wednesday .:.,'', 88 TB" ".M. ,*: the Burckhalter famU,. .1 r r FRIDAY Lieutenants and'Louis Voorh.... 0 ;; ..Dd'Cinclnn.tI. have sucnlent-fresh vegetable t
Downs, Brown. might
I, J George Walsh I In' .*"The ,Kid Is' O.orgW l.h' In" "*' I the Kisstiomee Golf Club "
t I. . .. . ... . ... .. .... .. Clever-, rolicklng comedy' the NEVER 8AT. QUIT.'' Moody; came up from Carlstromfield was enabled last year to repairthe/ onthetable If. with)little effortFOR .- ;
Oaumont New for the week-end as guestsof, '
massive '
roof of the cluVhouserwblch
r. Casino Friday." : Fatty 'Arbucklw Comedy y Mr. and Mrs.' J. Wade Tucker ., had begun to leaky ".: : MRS CAT C.' ;LIVINGTON

Mrs W., H. Boice, Mrs. M.. D.A1lexander :I I I' "THIS.AT AVJATOR.RDAr.. . I Prise given to the. iflost j I Poverty' ..This ,year Mr;, H. A. Hunter, the 'The following mention\ of "a dinner y

1. I ITEMS OF A WEEK I,'a and Mis.* Frances Bay were.Orlando'Saturday CarlyU, Blhckwell. and Bvelrn. ."Oreetr stricken looking Indlvldual.j'at, the leading spirit. and chief; promoter of I It(! honor of Mrs. Livingston who i*
y y pleasant party for-a motoring' few '.- In "' "THREE ORKKK'. BYES."h Poverty Social at "the .M., E. Church the club, persuaded the same gentleIman -' enjoying a'pleasant summer'Hsltint
*K8Vl.k Tuesday evening-1 to'add to his donation funds
. ; MY8TERY.! in northern cities, was ''clipped 'from
i Mrs.-M/. Clark 'accompanied by Sunihln. Cftmedy. J Mr. and"Mrs. K.. A. Owens have returned necessary to purchase a new triplex the Minneapolis Journal .." '
I Bathing Cape at, 'Central. Drug her .mother Mrs. Roberts, and daughter -- to Loughman after spendingthe Mower with, which the links: can be Mrs. Gay C. Livingston of Kiaslm-

Store18. Mls Sarah left Monday for S. ,R.. Fields./one of Loughman's winter hereto keep their childrenin kept smooth and in''good shape at, all ", ... Fla., who ,is the guest of Mrs
I ; B. Aultman and' WB..' Craw Asheville, N.' C., 'to spend the'sum I most prominent .citizens was transacting .-< the Kissimmea schools. They. will Ume.. Frank.,D. Larrabee of Groveland*-" ii
ford went up to Jacsonville Monday. met business, )in Kissimm'ee Mon-' < return here,, next fall. I.I In view of the fact that Mr. Voor-. will be honor guest. at a dinner at
; Mrs../J. W; :Prentis arrived! / ( "} Miss' Ines Carson joined 'a party,bees is not even a resident1 of Ki.simmee .- the.. Interlacben club tornorrow even-.
If Hate at .greatly reduced'pri 'at. week i to be...present-'at'the-wedding:\ Dr. -Cannon Osteopath. has,here last week consisting of Senator. and therefore has few op. In<<. when Mr. and Mrs.: '.LarraBeewUIentertain.
r Miss Bandy'sfor ten days. of her'd.u&hter. She returned to''.moved in the Valley .G'aett. Bid*.' and Mrs.- N. P.'-Bryan,. and Mr.. and ..portuhitles to enjoy 'the privileges.and .!!,guests{.' ;j c' ,,:.svriC: ,;. ,
G. F. Attstin; .of .Karcooisec, was her' position at ,Cnmp Shelby ,MI.. ..,-.Of Ace. hours. 2 to 6 4to8p.m. 27-tf Mrs..Chas.? Pelot: and A. H:?- King of pleasures' the club, his generjesitr < :' 'i
t-, among the
'Tueada,. I t 'MfrsJn.Thomts'of' Kissimmee,' A.hevUI't NC.' ., where'eho wll! Dr. Harrell south ;' members.H. ..' t I .low your',3u'ot.1n4s' y
Fin. lake front.hom. Narcoo- teacher in the Magnolia 'publicschool' their handsat you !t/;
near .a spend seyeral 'weeks visiting reu.,on their way try '
, i asee. good fruits ,and muck lands' ''of this city; was in town yesterday tins . Tarpon .fishing., The party'spenttwo ., E..,SWABY', GROWS "The. first man that brings'i'his. -
er-ia-law this ::theater .JIodiI
1 nice home. Nelson Realty Co- ,. visiting friends. .rReporter-.I Come on'' and)'see ''the ,stunts and days .t Marcpand; two .days at EARLY"',VEGETABLES ,June 80thvt. .1.1 see ;WHHaw-' Di ? .
:. Joe Johnson has arrived at Stan (Saturday). Punta Gorda. and succeeded'in land .. -
Camp SocialTuesday
hear themusic; at.the Poverty the 'first Episode of '""Th. .:-
Gordon from overseas and will be t\liThe' subjects -of" serUions at 'the evening v .ing, four tarpon' ,and a number. at '"! The C.settem;; ;::Is I indebted to >ewtll prerntibiniars/tMIrhtT . : "

....... doe in a few days. I Christian church next 8Imda.inj .Bt. Savage. and daughter. ,.sharks..- -.......,..- "": I|.L E, 8wabejr .for:: some fine' specimens mother-jln-lawi basses .for tha l'. ...q.odea. J-
E.rfwIlllarwllt be'seeninone'of Ibex. --"The-' -Purposeof 4Con.verll0"l'What j"-.MMrsR. .. motored to Eustis Sat of era plant and:..AnhelrrrChUlpeppen . + '. l ) ,
his best. features. "The 'and Is the ConfessionT > Wednesday the Casino. u.urper'1 welcome,! tives. IJ- Miss Irene LaureUe HIBlard and ,.rd" garden.: J.'D.. Mgrti /Ifas

' f Relatives here have1' I John.'i .V H:esMent ,ofKissimmee. I .''Captain Clay Johnson was here for Mr? -James B. 'Roberts were marriedat I Mr- Swabey' claims the'distl"actionelf tit. ,,,.} ' ,.... ", ......,

' I f"..,.." 4 from oe" :Johnson stating thafi he!\ now of Miami passed" week-end visiting his family and Orlando. June 12th;'.t 2 p. m..' in raising; the earliest corn,,tomatoes. Subscribe ol'.,,&e .Valley.,Oaaettex -'

. has .arrived from overseas service. I IMen's'meetiny I through the city Tuesday. Mr. shaking hands with old friend. Cap' the presence of,, some of the nearest I I., ..
Capes Is now engaged in the bicycle relative and few friends. <
1 ''at Methodist Bungalow -, tain'Johnson-; always) a welcomevisitor a , : I'
I Sunday afternoon at.4> 'clock. business /hVMIamk :), 4'1J. I .Ktssimmee.." The wedding party'gathered at' the

All men and boy. cordially invited.1" 'Mrs. Sam Jones and three children I! Miss Ruth Clark left last week for home of Mrs Qhas. .Lartlgue/ Jr., ,
returned to their home at Water- where the ceremony ,,was solemnized
visit to her brother in
'' SJ. Entriken of Narcoossee'sprosperous extended
one an ,
: afte" two bride's ,' Rev. O. B.FaJI. .
and well known citizens, i town. Fla., last Saturday, TexasShe.. took her little neph w by the same r
.. In this house, .88 years
was a welcome visitor in Kissimmee weeks visit with Mr. J. W Miller home, who has been with the Clark and
before the. bride' Mr.
Mrs. Jones' father- parents
for time.
Thursday. and family some Mrs }.,, K. Hilllard were married.
! Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Poverty at the of Constance Talmadge in "Up The
t Social Bmngalotf Mrs. F. V. Bobo left this week for The bride was charming In. a r
! the M. E. Church Tuesday evening. C. ,Road With Sallie" la .. vivacious as 'coat suit of reindeer and carried a
their home in Svartansburg, S. | .... In."Th.
amutingr-and-a flippant
at 8:80. and
f after Spending the' winter''at the large bouquet of roses
+ Mrs. M. Horsing whohasrbeenvi.- Honeymoon as beautiful in "The blossoms. After the. ceremony
I home of Mrs. C. E. Franklin. orange
. sting her daughter Mrs Martha Hcrsig. I Studio' Girl, as dramatic as in the entire party:! as guess of M
Gordon Buttorff arrived home Saturday "
for the past ten months. has from Bloomington Ind.where "Scandal, and as lovable as in "TheShuttle" Mr. and Mrs J.: K. Billiard went to
" turned her home.Don't -and 'more charming than Hotel where elab-
j to the San Juan an
hfi has been attending the Indiana
< the Casino
at Monday.
,I forget*the Hat Sale .t MissI the ever orate course luncheon was served.
State University.; to spend
I Bandy's for the next ten days. It is vacation with his parent I William. Duncan, with Edith .John The wedding cake was made by Mrs.
' the time to get a good hat at a much 1 I. ,eon"The Ryan .will "gat the, Hilliard. The table was beautifully.
Lieut. Johnnie Johnson the famous
reduced price. Man of Might the decorated with cut flower
s: flyer of Carlstrom. was here for Casino Monday night,'' June">30th after The bride J&e well knownin' this
1 Best left
Mrs. G.
Mr. and a short time Saturday on his way of Houdinl. l
' the closing episode' section, having lived most of her' life
: Thursday to spend a few day. vacation north and returning to' the field A season ticket will be given the at her beautiful country home eight tcMI'I '
I \ at Daytona Beach. They expect Monday He expects' to attempt a person guessing the nearesfc to the miles east of this city. She Is held
to return the first of the week.
! non-Btop fliarht to Atlantic N. J.,
in high esteem both in her Immediate
For Sale.-$75 Typewriter for some time this week. ,. dis-play neighborhood and in this city, : 4

'47.50; only slightly used. and in Miss- Martha Belle Harris left where her winning...ways and her .. ..-. 1
I' perfect conditl n. Apply, Gazette offlee. *-..,Monday for Winthrop College Rock home at Beaver Falls/ Pa., to spend charming personality have made for .- w. ,
[I Hill, S. C., where she will spend several some time resting and recuperatingafter her a host of friends. The groonv I II '
Mrs. L. M- Godbold and her daughter weeks attending the'summer his arduous labors at the Tucker 'so well known here his home being .. Yes-Sometimes It. Is-rBut', LookOutf _
Miss Lillian . visiting the J. J. McCranJe family in other sections .of that mate McCool left in full confidence that property and having... business associations - ' : '
Mrs. Godbold r is Mr. McCranie's. el'.1 before \returning home. f experimental work preliminary In Miami and Key ,,Weit.,He ,> 'When The Bump' Gomes

ter. I Mines Claire Hathaway and MurIel making brick was complete and has been in this section several times .I

Admission 1 cent for every year Prentis, returned Saturday from that his assistant P. C. Buttortr. of late and his amiable disposition A'maa avajr r. .. ..alt. a Wlifle speadiBf every .dollar ka earns '
you are .old at the Poverty Social. Winter Park where they have been was fullv capable of carrying out has made for him 'a 'fast-widening. .
as ....,--eve* before ke gets it-.aid hen a gnat .... doiaf. tt,
Those who are fifty-years. old admitted attending the I annual. "Y" .camp. the details nece.larto'put the plant circle of friends. . -.' t'i
free. i They report an exceptionally large in operation i<-, Mr. and Mrs.' Roberta left Immediately ' but evsntasBy-tkoras-will r'w. ,

Mrs. J. W. Prentis, accompanied attendance at the camp this year I I H., C.;Stanford returned from 'Perry for an extended'wedding tour '
bv her daughter Miss.Muriel, left:: with more than 85 people enrolled.: last "where he attended auto. 'They expect to visit Tam n.-r.m7",day" b Lewd la ... sooner or !later"wheat Us.

r Thursday for Camp>Shelby. Mis*.,: Chas. 'E. Pelot and wife N. P..,annual meet ng' of the State Road St. Petersburg and other points mbi. eat;: disses aad, dollars would. cam*, into mihty foad play. '
then a
where she is in the. government. .- Bryan and {Wife all of Jacksonville, 'Association. Mr. Stanford returns visit at- the bride's home for t i .'. .f j ,
' : and Mils Inca Carson of Kissimmee. enthusiastic than ever for the few days, after which they will go .
.ploy. %/ i 4 more .w--
'. The time to threw eff At speed.g'babit .U .. .
; prayer meeting -at Mrs. were in the city Sunday,morning for cause of good roads. He says TayJoy to; Miami for an Indefinite period. .
Bandy's Cottage last Monday night was' well a few hours while en route for Fort ounty is forging rapidly 'ahead.f Their many friends join inwinning.them' .4'r. depositing )just a,little eachweek la-tils. .'l,YN'1t 1\ ,;'a

attended. Next Monday night it will Myers. These people. are well known, and is setting a pace for that section a long; prosperous. and. happywedded ,bank,. aad see hew mack more cosafortablefaad la-; 'y'.;y F' .' '

be at Mrs,Bell's, NorthIMaln; street in Arcadia,. ''and while, here were of.the State in roadbuildingPerry: life. depeadeat you'will feel a* the kabit grew* siad'-0II.i. .
at 8:30.: greeted by friends before their departure isa progressive. little city, and Mr.I Those present'were the bride's.parent i dollars ,multiply. .. >.
has been advised by 'for 'Myers where they will Stanford is ,loud ,,In his praise of-the. .,' Mr 'and Mr.. J.'K.: Milliard- ;
The Gazette some \ the delegates to the Mrs. E. F. Masters ". '
of labor that spend time fishing for'the big manner in:which grandmother. < ;
the U. S. department. '1'\\
tarpon.-Arcadia .Enterprise. association were entertained. brother James Hilliard all of. mi LTEveryUdy. -
William J. Prevatt sailed ,. 'from lliard's ksland'her-sister Mn.'H. C. i
France on the U., S. -S. Santa Malta ;
Lightsey her niece .Mildred Light- INK
on June 2nd., sey. of. Kissimmeef the groom's :
Guy Strouo r turned. home ,. hls mother. 'Mrs. 1 Steven Roberts;' broth. .. .
:'week from Carlstrom field where he Mistake = ef;._.Mr..::1tIeleh.Robert.Mrs.::._Melch '.
m :has been- serving ln the .vI.ttoYi "VVW It's'a: Robert.,. and baby Ida; his, niece; : ; 1.1' ;:- '

branch;.of the army, h.vllla'.reeetved 'I c. Mrs., Virgil Irvin her. husband 'and "" '..... t
'fI"u : an honorable dischargesMli ; : *J f >f: : sister; Marie, alf from Cave Sable; } ' KISS: 'M"ME E + I:
*'.Helen./Bass expects toleave"toext ij f' Rev. O. B. :Fall*,: from Kissimmee; : : \ i / (

week for Asheville, N.'C.,where .to.Delay' '. Mr.,and Mrs. Ira Wetberbf and Mr. . < .. _.. . ;;) +Ji t\\ .

;ahe expression will spend under the Madam summer A .studying B. Cur ,.:; (.; ; "' and liaroTa'Mrs.Island.''I. H.. .Wetherbee_ ', from Hil-, ,' .,..:RESOURCES, 1750.000.00' ...... : . .' .":../ CaitaI.fIOl.IMM' !'' ,: ".;;.;,

,ry. Mrs.. Bass will. ,accompany her. <;h.. '" F'* .,,.. .,..t.-.,:,,;. . .. oa' .. i.:J" .le' ', '''..t:.u' fI\: ., .

., most F. -'prominenl W.'jHfll/bne: citizens of ,"Narcoossee'was in town V Your .Pure:chase:jo fa: l ? COWGEKPRENTIS.'On fifth _,1. a ''Ofttere'red Dir.d.rt Ua, .._ r ..'T"; .. .?:It"t) rb

Wednesday looking aftsi.bu!: +inessiw the Fint"Bapttst Tuesday'' June of this'; pitywas , : A.CARSON. Pna i..t.' If. KATZ and E. L.'LJJ&iBT! -' .;v.P., .,
terest* Mr. HUlJs atUen on.otthsvice-Bank of : the, of a very happy eventIn i .., ).. D.3EFFORb9: Casler 1 4
of the
presidents '
EDISON. the uniting of the lives Miss Lillian ,
.Xissimmee. .. : I ,t NEW ,' N.CARSON, .: t.: M. KATZ;, .
Prentice and Earle Cowger t..oof +"I' ; l
s ._ Mrs''C..H-: Summer and ioniChrl.-, Klasimmee's young :" ..' who I .C A-CARSON.' y I t .J!. .FLEMING.EJ ;,' :
,, tie spent several days tbia. 'week .: ,. ; : .. '. ': : : : have growntqmanhood,and womanhood .\ ; ;J., ( '
't with Dr. Summer at Lakeland. Dr oJ .' f' .------ -r ...- --I'. e.N;C -, : Uj LESLEY. .. t':
Summer' will.'I.-.oo.' for Column - .t ,. of',0: have! the in. our Jove community and confidence, and vwho,and .J.1 WADEtTWZEUDtne.n.i {; tr ,

,bus' Ohio. where be goes in.the Inter. .. . 'very best wishes for their. future ': 1't.*,ti ..1:r. ,.r
J eat* of the Missionary Centenary' happiness of jth people' this. place.'The .
... work : t n''Out Aai .ut 'decorationa of the -large auditorium
Moot eventually.
Mr.; and Mr.' M. > KataV Mr,*.' E-,'D. ., everythidg.. you" buy.. '. J of the church '...... designedby .; :
Kata- Mrs.' Dorothy. Smith 'Mr. and mbbile.'foi,: :example-ora-suit, of,,.clothes., .So.tHe ion aet, 41. Mrs.' f.:D ." Hall.and ,Miss, Jean I' .''WIIe.t ";A..wJ' Advcrtfaes Ter''Xtt;. is tr,, tfc**'Ca a aw'vi .t1t i

1 Mrs. J.. 8.'Cadell r Messrs..'Rietsel! and ...... CaldwelL-. who blended a 'pink! and .. )
C. W.,Griffla' were, *7plaantpartyleaving ; you'delay; te"purclaset6e. longer youTI. have it.toenjoyNotsowith whit color' scheme 'carried'' out 'In i
automobile ' _.J \. .,' '. .Ir .'. ',, ,..... .,....... '..', ' '
I Saturday.for an ; ". sent;1I0wera. lilllcs, roses .and ,hydrangeas I" I, I4'. "- "< . '"'L.. !::'' 't''
trip to Miami and 'other points. for the New. Edison.It will:outlive you ' predominating.1 .. ." ' I ; .
anyway. :
a few day' outing' They returned 'bank of palms .Where opend theSizirner

home. Tuesday)night., 4 < Every month you delay, is, juit one 'more month'gone'from; r ;:/ r ado concealed'' theedorfches ra which ,.t9' ** ,. :
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Charlie. % *
'rendered several beautiful selections ? t .
H. B.' Hudson his son .\ ': (
George Lathrop and Henry YoweD, .1< ' jo\a: l life-another .mol tb in '.which ''you migL.- lure bad j' before the entrance of the bridal .par.ty. .; .1f"'oewouldeioedith: 'tuaome (fJ: ,joaniya"to"':. .t' ..
started .for'thewheat field, of. Kansas F i' ' .. \v'eipeaiiv* ; tisor
Hudson'&> Ford';j car last ..W.dDnd."mornIDI' fyour life. eariched.,.;by'mutic, -but :. ... . I I ,.Mis ;Ethyl Boberson ,sung.. "Becan.e"'mostsweetly .' Jtt ; w ** y'JO''W ""ot 0/1 ,
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slimeirbutf'stfl'eijoy han
( mountaua.this the pleasure'ol '
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accompanied 'i
to. assist.MrHud} i"'I 'J {ti : brathe' , ; ;

aOD', .son .rush the., ,.harvesting'of his r .:_lnder'our'new.plan ) ,W1 .pajrmeni, an ,.w'ntade/so'/! pianist" of'' the"'evening, i -*Miss' Ines "enviromen- in 'a comfortabje' homf,, swept ,bt\, .cool m f'1 ini'Gtnlf';J breezies.>> 1.0- I't
Kissimmee Canon.' ,
heat .
1600 of -;.1( -
'wishes,acres them"a;safe journey, ," much, ,.'a/md nth'there's, no 'reasonjwhyVjroa" ; !; ihoukiq't'.. ... be..; 'I "As >the atralns'of Lohengrin's' wedding ,.whtnot'I; .. 1\. 'I.... 10, <, ... M I ? '
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Larlck. and .Dr.. W. \ :' : : march rang'out the doors i were .. . . 2' .1 .
Lee 'HnDDr.' 'eJlJormcyour.New t.dIlODnaLt 'nowr "I'> .:to't.' ;
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sin .. opened and'the bridal'party'entered.Tb.y.were r :I."b<
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i M-' Norton of Plant City, were '" -. ? .. .+ ,
t preceeded by four
; tlst town and,Thursday Methodist.dmreMs Inspecting, :Bap-this The New' Ethos, coil(; '$i,000.000'ty. ,; petfectT ':It';:u 'the, ,. lady:,attendant;;Mi'ses, 'Ethel"Oane''Gilbert "Comte' to :;Clearwater' 1 ';: f
t' and ;
Ores Rose Helen
-organization of "l''l' "W l' ; i a ,
The Methodist .. '
eity ,, .. .
'Plant City i* eontempia ng:the erection -. ,fpajr-uutnuneat} which: successfully' :meets the .test. of direct 'Claire in. whhe:Hathawav.who organdvNwith 'were. pink''attired'.tulla . 'r7.. .' :.::.\....".'u' ,,c, .'7 .. :1\; .l IW:f/(!..1M.:. k'i I ,
gentlemen -
and the fristrumtnLu
with .artiet's living w
t :, ;of armooVIng a over .the.bufldings companion 'the arorc'i or .",,+y'. ,. ash'and carrying*an.1'III bouquet. with! its beautiful':.shady'i street*,. ,its'aaiIca" of seaihorfc.' gaiicenl.: '* s

with a view togettta_ Idea.for-their. ; It'wflbng into Four llom.the workTi.beiVrinuaici: : jung: I of ink, rose. .''ater' wJ z1
Mia* Muriel Prentla.; ''of'tM bathing beaches with'aU. the accompanying atncttoas.'spleadid
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church; *** "t . . .
1 t Geneva RoWson or pluyed: by., the world heat artitts., t bride, acted"a* bridesmaid, and wore i. .. .. 'I.'t.
Masks. Ethyl '' '
T a vale blue'pussy 'willow silk "geor inji boating and 7knowa'out.o floor port ry Rates for "
leave Monday 'for 'Statesboro, . ,, eve ; .fW.i/
will '
gette and etak and blue rose bud*.. 7T '
{: ,Ga.-for a'visit with their laterth..ltte..,rMr. lWil1I , Call tomorrow !fotidemowtntion. rSend .it,.outto tbe-.i.. Little Alt Roth' Overstreet t....preceded nlihed JIO mea ,rooms'sod hoiel'R'mrpriaatlylowwJ; :' v
.and- oK
BaVtow Duttori., } "
and veritable
v the bride was a
', I be the'p.ataroCHr."andl( :; and Mn.Mr.; ,GUY and boese".while: : your verdict:. ;. '. fairy In her pink,bU, dress and .boa Write. w for further'iafbrmstioo' or'better eti4come'and'ieo: irltat; .
Gardner of Savannah. ) ThomasviUa. YCENTRAL' ;wet.':';eShe 'carried -.-.the' ringin" the t . v> "tf.f'

''t ,Ja.Mr. <\W.M..O.M..Sberoaee.'Jr.;T Crawford, of .will DRUG 'STORE, i flower4 decked .basket, and '' aa the :'1v1 ,,' ato offer. ,. r( ''111 t'IV: .'

a"Qnyton. party left,the altar,she scattered. roes .
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'-accompany--da:; whereiahe'.rpectwto,thens"sefar who, ,>,b.t 011'Joined hisway ( +. .--' AGENTS-- .. :"'"" ,. .:;.- ;:" ?",:,; *The farther'bride"path was,,'beautiful 4" 'm her"aim' \ l A'Rl p. W 1 1m rWat i .

bySergeani Sherousa, -
r overseasTb.y wirvwuhis '- pie rowa 'of cream net and satin, .' \ . '-'
from, -- .nd-the'nu which wasworn. ta cap
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_ sec 11IE.1CISSiASMEE. VALLEY GAZETTE'FRIDAY,4UNE' '20, 1.1. .. .. ::

> < 7.. t : -r- -- -0---; :-; -. '...'-*'-....." . "... ,....-. v, .. ...., ... .
ttkIh' !666''quickly relieves" Constipation.Biliousness x
+, : Loss of Appetite and OSCEOLA: COUNTY NEWS SERVICEDR. : I II' '- ,... '
Headaches: due, to Torpid Llver.-adv, .I 1
j. ., '
THORN WEAVER, County Agent 1 lJ ..
Range-or, Hogs .. 1

A,. "Hog: vaccination to prevent herd CO-OPERATIVE'DAIRr( ASS;N:' ..
infection has been one of the important .
purchase 'duties this week of the county. I'' MARKETING PASTUR1ZED {MILK '

feeding him and brllJ&IIK'.ow! >,t' cent. Bad distributed culation by purchasing fruit on
It will 'be wen If all wanting their i Bade City has a flourishing Dairy news Judiciously
. for service. First-class Duroc1Jerseys Association: in which some twenty or for less'than'itWill'beworth '
hogs to, have a protection against' has cost the citrus the trees
all ae-e.- both, sexes,from I more progressive dairymen claim "
cholera, ''to make arrangements with '
registered stock, for sale at little the county agent to do this work.I I membership. .The organization over. growers of Florida hundreds of. at shipping.time. .
t over meat prices. Send in the number of hogs and their I which Mr. Eli Vaughn very ably'presides 4-
thousands of dollars..
operates-a well equipped milk
weights so- as to determine the are members -
:Garden Ranch amount of serum and virus needed.: depot with f present capacity for e The growers who
Spring Demonstration planting! and growing handling about.200 gallons of milkdaily.'This The fruit speculators .are of the" Florida ''Citrus Ex: :
is constructed on an elastlt -
r DeLeon Sprl.,.. Florida.- I IOU I!: of this chayote fall so will at'be to made get: the on people muck : principle and is capable of easy , most judicious; distributors$ of change maintain a sales organization .

I it etable acquainted fruit.with. this wonderful veg. expansion milk is found whenever to justify.the supply Just, ,now of bad news' in regard probable that keeps them posted '.

"' The real co-operative factor in the dairy farmers'will soon life.bel ,'''about the milk full\ depot capacity is being and the wecked recent to demand and prices for grapefruit at all seasons'as to conditions in ;
DLE Milch cows of good productivity will I purchase of additional cows by me11I and oranges the fruit market and always are

0 7 ; TEL the coon here to Contract be distributed for the among milk I 1 I Ih'as I cate ben the(of the early association necessity for would enlarged'indi in position to get the real facts -

,1 [ flA been, made. Tile machinery and facilities. The milk is collected by About this time of year, as future prospects. k
milk will be here 'ao that the association'.and carried to 'the regarding ,
cans soon
DIaIt GotitplQrle fo4Qni SNectedBUf be milk station where it is. pasteurizedand > the old almanac weather predic- I
will livinkexisting
the whole project soon a
i tions used to be
WMctic, CohvQniQnttoEwryiKin 'In Hog! care-fact.the very Important- trolled. The marketing, end of the say, they may They invite other growers to '.

heart of Ctt i- Send for DOolcl TWIHMJ thing to look after now. Don't letytur enterprise is. also ,handled by the association expected ,to start: ; rumors that
, u snrra, ?MO *R hogs get sick nor covered with end this, apparently to the join them and save,any'money "
tend to uninformed
vermin. general satisfaction of the members. cause grove lost through fear '
The association is founded strictly heretofore
to lose faith in the value v
666 has proven it will cure Ma- upon a. co-operative: basis, all proft4reverting owners - stimulated by the bad news the ''t

t Ask Your Grocer Jails, Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, selves. to the members. them. tof their growing crops. have inspired the *
Colds aDd LaGrippe. Jt' kills theparsaite ? speculators ,

: r-\j a. splendid/ that laxative causes and the general fever It Tonic i*- On June with 7. the their'members families of the and association Then in a little while the ten years' record of the Florida '

: I many 'of their fiends gathered fora Citrus a ;
y -(A'dv.) basket picnic; on the shore of-l lake speculative buyers will move Exchange assuring '

CHEEK-NEALS FLORIDA PRODUCES OVER Pasadena. In addition to a business over Florida and cash in on the square deal to all who becomqaffiliated'with !
session of the 'association, a short
s 10. 80% OF NATION'S PHOSPHATE. dairy program was rendered and a bad news. they have put into cir- it. ** '"
very enjoyable dinner.served. J. B. 'I'u, :!

COFFEES The phosphate-rock' industry in the Thompson forage/: crop specialist at 'J. '
United States may be said to have the Experiment Station was present Join the Florida Citrus Exchange know the truth and

... "marked time" in 1918, for the quantity I and says that the meeting -throughout profit by the knowledge. For full information about membership .
4 rock sold differed only about was permeated by sn atmosphere
Best By Every Test 4 per ol cent-from that sold in 1917V of confidence and good fellowship write, wire, 'phone or call on __ .

'. For the whole country there was a and a spirit that ir essentialtoth 1 et .
decrease in output of 93,527 tons, or success of a cooperativeenter-
Yya { 3.6 per cent, but a gain in total valueof prise. ( Florida Citrus Exchange Flan '
; -pa
,$#43,379, or 6 per cent. ,
,:: You Do More Work The quantity of phosphate rock Good for Indigestion.If '

You are more ambition and you get more marketed in 1918 acording States to R. W.. tion take you are a few troubled doses with of Chamber-indiges-I L HAKES[ Citrus Suh-Xhcge'[ t
enjoyment out of everything when your Stone, of the United Geological lain's Tablets. \hey A. Mgr. Orange County ( ;
'S blood is in good Condition. Impurities in I Survey Department of the Inter strengthen the
the blood have a very depressing effect on ior, was 2,490.760 long tons, valued : stomach and enable it to perform its
." the-ayatem, causing weakness, laziness, at $8, 214.463, as compared with 2- i functions naturally. They also causea Orlando, Fla. 'SCI' .
nervousness and sickness.GROVE'S ,5R4.287 tons, valued.. at $7,771,084, in gentle movement of the bowels. -
TASTELESS Chill TONIC 1917. You will be surprised when you see
restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying | Florida l land pebble constituted RO how much better you are feeling af-
4 and Enriching the Blood. When you feel per cent of the output of the country ter taking a few doses of them.
'j Its strengthening invigorating effect. see The land-pebble output was 7,144 RUS EXCHANGE; e :
t / bow it brings color to the cheeks and bow tons leas in 1918 than in 1917 a MYERS SAYS TICKS CAN BE

,' s s It improves Ute appetite, you will then slight decrease. Florida hard and ERADICATED IN FLORIDAAt
K a appreciate Its true tonic value. ,(soft phosphate, however, increased'from
OROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC'' 18,608 tons in 1917 to 70,383 a tick eradication conference

la not a patent medicine it is simply tons in 1918 or 278 per cent. Most held in Jacksonville last week by the -- -----.---. u _ _ _
4 IRON and QUININE suspended in Syrup. of this increase was made by a employes of the U. S. Bureau of An- . . .. '
OH U 00 Oo.ooooO OO OOo. 0. 0. 0. ooooooOOo( : o tl'600004
e .pleasant even' children like it. The! greater output of hard rock. The imal Husbandry, Dr. Mr J. Myers, of MONTICEILO CAN SUPPLY A I I
r ; blood needs Quinine to Purify IRONto output of the State as a whole increased ; Tampa district supervisor, compared

Enrich it. These reliable tonic properties 44,631 tons or 2 per cent. Florida conditions with those in oth- CARLOAD WATERMELON[ SID( ,,
d never fail to drive out impurities in The statistics for Florida were compiled -
i the blood. \ in co-operation with the Flori- er states where he has been engagedin ..

1. The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S da State Geological; Survey. The output south the Mississippi same worjc.counties He reported were that as Jefferson county, Florida, of which I I Summer Fertilizing
;, TASTELESS Chill TONIC has made It of South. Carolina increased
swampy and full of thicket .lontieello is the county seat, is the
r the favorite tonic In thousands of borne. about 11 per cent but that of Tennessee
folks as any he has found in Florida, but home of the watermelon seed industry .
: More than thirty-five ago. 27 I
years cent
I.' andKentucky was per I th "cattle owners succeeded in clean- of the United States or in fact,
r i w would ride a long distance to get GROVE'STASTELESS less than in 1917. In the Western -
Chin TONIC when, a States also there a proportionately ing up the ticks in that territory and the world for this county grows Fertilize citrus trees NOW for development of fruit and I .
was at. a smaller expense than in some more watermelons for seed purposesthah I
:member of their family had Malaria or .
ey needed a body-building strengthgivingtonic. tons in large 1917 to decrea.e--from'12.000 tons in 15,000 1918, counties where .dilatory tactics on any other section, and more growth of tree. 'The size of next year's 'crop depcnJ in a. ...
part of county officials\ had continuedthe watermelons are planted in North
The formula is just the same toy
day. and you can get .it from any drug or about 20 percent work over three or four years' America than any other continent.The great measure on the growth of wood made this summer.

4 tore. lOa per bottle. Snbncribe for the Valley Gazette I He stated that the ticks can be I last report the United States
eradicated from Florida counties and Department of' Agriculture shows Don't lessen your profits of (his and next year by neglecting .. --,-.
at reasonable cost if the :work li I that the acreage in watermelons for
pushed energetically, but if allowed seed purposes last year was 10,522 to fertilize now I We offer any analysis. "

+ r w to drag along for. years there is a I in the whole United States, and out . '
continually increasing expense for I. of' that number 8,534 acres were in "r { ' ,;a ;t"L -.,

hire around bf building county inspectors vats and the to ,potter cattle I. little Jefferson over county 80 per, cent Florida of,all which the 'watermelons is: a ;: )/, '/\: ;{...,All the' Potash You Want t; '<:":,:r" & fl" : ,; J :t'

owners cannot get the benefit of release grown for seed. ',V'-IJY. ,"" '. ,, tt!I$ \'.!\ ....>,11 i
I I from lick fever quarantine until Watermelon' seed grown in' tiles 1'"L. \ 'i., :, ', '; : 1,,, .
the ticks are .eradicated. systematically county are sold in every state and a , .
...: good many exported to foreign coun- : Wilson & Toonmer'Fertlliier, Co. : ,
_ii_____ tries. Seed from watermelons grown
.. 666 has more imitations than any here will grow and do 'well )'n any Manufacturers Ideal Fertilizers '
,i" other Chill and Fever Tonic on the section for there is ''no place where Dealers in. Insecticides and Spray Pumps.
'. market, but no one wants imitations. they can harvested and cured bet- r :
1: They are dangerous things in the ter' as the climate and soil are ideal Jacksonville, Fla.E. ;

medicine, line.-(Adv.) 'for them. . : :.:
l t .
--- This Industry bring ins thousands

t: : 11 Be :(Sure, 'to Get BUILDING. ,UP THE DAIRY' HERDIt of mdnlty dollar.;--and'every watermelon year to seed" this growing com-- : 00 o oo 00.00.000 0 I) 0 ttoooo. 0 0000 '00 o.o..o !-t!. o.! !!

J Is not an matter build ----l
; .. easy (o i*.just staple as the growingof
--" up a dairy herd of good producing any kind of'crop elsewhere.' -' M
: cows unless one has unlimited means. ; No matter where you .buy your' 0.i PAINTER; FERTILIZER COMPANY
, 'vw Prof. John M. Scott 'of the Experiment watermelon' seed, the chances cretin . Jacksonville Florida
Station says the process ii .in'Jef-, , ,
to one that they were grown ,
.1",1' simply a matter of buying and testing ferson county.Florida; ,...'Yo,,' might .J; .F rtilize..., Insecticides, Sprayers, Pomltry Svppliea '< 11
out, and keeping the good and.dls- buy', from a'' S..ttl..orNew ,
'. lA.all - carding: the'poor animals.' The man York'. ort Chicago or'' J> /W thirty v!us we Have ben"* msnufaeurinttfeniliren (n Ms Sta' __ Rave' udWUd cue ?I
__ iF. without bC'pitalIi'I, ,,' confronted with phia1 ;,or' Texas.i: 'or.j ..,/ 1u1adel.l-. . f'j ,sorocrs Jn every county' In Florid, |, '

.. .. quite a difficult problem when itcomes where else*and fee,. got'his; s.. '.Irlb.. .. Fee,ri'f":4.' : ;:: PrWLI4 h, PriMS, alw.y.'is sue with Qmality .''I
i : tc, -'-: '.0 s : to building up a profitable dairy a Jefferson ,countyFlorida" grower. '. ---r . .
< t : herd.: He usually' starts in with I 1
i.ltllI i This beinov the;:case: trne- and undeniable "
rt cheap! COw.,, some of which,. be ,' ,, '
'ma7 why not'get'yottr watermelon CONTEST'yAMONG7COR1Y CROWIt
.'" fairly' profitable. :With .him.,,It is a seed from first: land) ,and'fa Monti-. x ) . !

: .1: '-1 series matter of,of,constant selection for, a cello?' r--; '.V4--rH': .* i.- \world-Pi, i .... .:.\, :r.,' ERs'" p .1't i L I Sour or Wi''I4
r years.The; number. of the t
t :. Ir E. years This is the onlyTplaceln, ' I ,, .' . ..
,wax-wrapped I that itwil, ) require depends;, very where. 70U can,,buy watermelon seed is not.always :left to the club ;
largely, on the. selection of, the'sire by the carloadv -iMontlcello N fws. *'i boys ,to ifold.contests, and this time "
\ seated package; [ to.lead the herd., ;Even after a good : it is the mature' farmers of..St. Lucie OrangeGirocs "
. producing herd .Is J established/ it. requires J' b'-MJ'-1' a great paM killer county who _will hold :a' contest this : ,
(C constant selection to maintain and caused fall.'' The corn of that It. .
It relieves pain,,; soreness. growers count
"' .
"" WlthvWRICLEV'S.upon a?
rn : : a', of'l it as such. ,,Too large a: percentage y Rheumatism.Neuralgia. ,; Sprains., ty are> interested, increasing the r w

fatal beginner mistake in:. dairy'work.. ''make the ,t<.-(AdV')' . '.4 .. ,. acreage and the yield\ per acre,' and 4
of selecting'
; : young have decides that there is
Jt' te I'' a: fiuar- I they no
,, 'J ti . and untried sin. The excuse ".
,, generally *; 1t
better than to rivalry Wa
** - - .j. -- T -* ::way getup; some . ( .
I IoI'ft given, for this isthatraryonnganimal ,. Lake County'' .Tbe'flrat shipments between the'fanner. who i ;
:k > adte'Ot'NquuaII1Y.: ; ; "" : 1 bought for-... 'money.Th .. of ", atennelons.were made the -weekof corn. ,This, contest is open to grow all:; -.. ' ,-
young animal.m.,.;:meet there.' .H.Y>24. ,The .average price.. :|per, corn growers in St Lucie county,and We are in'the miiket forsourorwild ,, :
l' ''' ''' '. ..i.l' I quirements of the.,score 'card by scor car.was $660. '.t."t three cash prizes have been offered orange groves. ''or' tracts.: :If

L eoInti\ i taraest ""chewtnigam ., y fIDe" 'or.better. .The-rate. indicatedby f.: ' ".... .fn- .' as inducements to have .' lam you have anything. :''of this :kind.
,: score card evidence '' lIum--1 ,,
:. \ v her of contestants. The first for salute. :; '
of his;value\ asa .sire of good Found' Djead "
in I ; producers will'be $25; the. second, $16; .
i; 1c r> factories ..I. .the, ,van old t animal, although not third f 10.' ''No, doubt the/result '* ,pep't."CM '
.. '
in ,
l as t perfect' conformation or form .
this contest has been better' "
world the largest s when i.judged,'by the 'card fri 'Bedr'oom' prepareSion tl 'Room 409 '
r I .CO" may 5 IIf : the ground, more ; Citizens Bank Building
a7 prov* to be- of great deal more value . 'y'
cultivation- and'in the..nd. wiU ,
bielling com In Ybe' aa a dire.of good producers.,\ In fact, c :--:....:...-, ,( (v larger' yield,per acre mean, vs '.''I. .
;. : in buying ..sire the method of.Judg Uaamal ExperiMce: ef:'Ctiergia'lady ,- '-- -tr i i ,'

;.; '.world:. .that: I Is:' :what;, \ ::1, should..4 If be,a by'production,: percentage of bit of | .WUckJpreatea.Seksatiev.r 'ManateeCounty: ,: All crops have' ; y :,

his offspring are'good producers: ,'the brought: big: -money..', It 'is' hoped to I
f"WRICLEv-S/. ... ::' ', : 1 older animal should, always be.c1"en tLast; .Wednesday ::1I1 ht, 'Mn: Julia get In 11,- large"- .cruco ofrice this Mandalay.Durocs"BItEDISOWSAND''GILTSt l
-- -r _. _,/ .. I 1\1' d preferenceThe final Ust :,.then .in Brown. who live U Georgia! near the year. shipments'1 have probably I
'';'' .. \.I.' selecting a sire should be the amountof Tlorida linefound: about ,dity.malar- ,reached the, highest\ point, and I .

SEAtED ,TIGHT < milk,ilia offspring can put 'in.,the ial mosquitoes dead in her berdoom.Sbs.was from now on;there. will v* a gradual. '
: ", pall .twice:' each day. for. 800, days in very;much 'Iurprised. Upon decline., -, .. .*' >
:t t{ tel :.. .. :/ICP jtlt'ser! vJ 'f' she learned,that her '.
.. the year. Always, buy a sire ef good investigation O'sceola County: _,Citrus trees haveImproved OPEN AND 'WEAKLING, 6lLTSf .
-. it. '>, 1 producers, 'Ageshould; not'.be ,con- room' had"-been' sprayed with"Tor. much because of the daily .' .
and, males . ,
;:'" .,;; ;: ( I itdered ,if lie. is ,active sand, a :good ment"the' afternoonbefore", byherson. rain*; corn and other crops have had >all ;ages; ** -'

..... '; t" I breeder- ,'' ,, \ .. "Torment" is .a new, preoara- too much rain.' citrus pruning, and:, Acclimated hors' 'raj eVl1 la 'the car
I' "I "" rood 'out by. The O. B.LWilliams ""
(V 07.. ''1 Ifa. ijrire ;has been., selected ton put isv fart a lot of'other.trees'' are be-1 Sout. :
[ half of the have Company', iQuitmiuv! Georgia," and is */ :. > ti '
; t.. ..::,. I ; problems been overt .I Ing;clernei'np'of'h.;; >'
..., .. .II 1 f come.- /The next step la the 'selection creating' quite a-sensation' all over ".wood.-' Much advance! ? MANDALAY' rARMS:
.J I. .., ... .. ., of.the best heifers..; )This cannot ,be the South. It is. deadly to flies,:, mosquitoes made along.; co-operative: lines twit \ -
". ,' ''' .t' r.. 'f" 1N'a k done .satisfactorily' until..they ..,have roaches, etc. .Ithas; a pleasant the .county agent. ,; MIDDLEBURC/,1: ;
: ii.iLOa1DASubscribe"
y . ... '" "... "'" odor',' will vne .,oily.v clothing nor ,, , .
..., .. : .. "" ;I, .;t had at,least joften one, and'many hanpens'ithat cows'' .two the furniture. and'WjsbfoluAsly- harmle s : f Flarfer,.docdtyff Thl'shortage of j .' . '
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tohuman.beings.rTormenfUput' laborba..delayedwork'considerably .. '- ., ... .'.' ....;.
a first lactationn: period i*v ot :a. good '" -- : ;
The Flavor Lattsl ., Index .of"what ..a. bow Is capable.. of Up Jn25c' by dealers- I Demonstration, ; grass, plotdoing. for ''the----- EssUnmee'Val- ; ._, ? .... _.i:!
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1 l : t' after about- three weeks '
her The Innocent Tor.tot year. GOLD 1TBDAL'HaarUm aul.* are Ili.'r..Hir..7 .r.M4.} .
grave. oil hu nablMl .UT towlthitaad % ,. '
'rliic bvmaaltr tM or (onr ewr/.dur. Th
social dl..... which was attack. .r' kldn liver oil aoaks into'the' delt. .ad.I IlaTn.' *!'
Rust Eat communicated In ,a ki... bUd and stomach tropbleo4and.all the kidney* and 4rlr** _a.the polmam
the statement of CI_..' OOllfteete4 with th.. urlaarreraana and surely *U._.,.
proven an* to build ate* to Wh*. your normal vlror kea ba restored -
A man ''of thirty-one health arms ck .*d-b .41...**. oontlaiMtMatmtt tee a.wall ry
I' !not lived' half his life of '.no."OIt Important .rlt... mast be t* keep .r.nrir IB ondltl. and .....' .
: So .much far the hygienic ,_tolled, b oauM th.y alt. and porlfx a. ...oar. of th* dl. a*. w 44
Ui .btoodt vnlM .. ...,....... .
:keg, tb. tr work Don't wait tll yea ar t>
IJp\b urC' *. dance with reference to poll an doomed, a.bdsa.. Start takln. OOUDHa MJID..w ,
I, ._........ .rl.m 011 Capaul. today. Your dr...'
of a young ''woman' Is tfep Bd.noy. backache., atomaoh tr ubl rlt. will ch* r/ullr refund y...r _.._,
; of her' countenance and .. )1&11la tb. 'oh.. '... Iowa ab- If re. ar* .not s&ttn ld with- ........., ;a
, doa ...... .
> n naval dimoultr uHnat- Bat b* .ur. to gel th rlrlnal Import
, It's .easy :' .. of her face. It is an laSt rbumail, latlea a.d lumbac ed GOLD MEDAL ..... ._.p t n* ..I.,
an job- fact thatwill be noticed lfwaxv you of troubU with Four kida.ya atltta In .three .!_ .*.... .*...
'only a few hours observer that the GOLD,MEDAL Haarlsm Oil' Cap- a***. At all drug elor*. '

look like I dancing girl at the ag of .".... "...,........" ." .\ \ \ .;." t '
{; [,new again.. ,, I .is. more .faded, more
,\ ; the marks of ,age more ,.. 11
'Repainting prevents rust; -than in the non ::
year of service to your car | who i ie past-thirty, who ; THE AMERIC LEGION 'HAS

ing valve. You will { hours of nstl"/ and 1
dissipation 'of late hour VAST' POSSIBILITIES FOR GOOD ;
f .lasting satisfaction,:.with of oeople! are now awaken-. I. ., :
C. q' I movement for the ,
of health'and vitality Manufacturers Record Baltimore : America bring
( ) I Lseekingto'I disrupt' and.
+ a stirred bv the, .ftndin *, The organisation-, the American 'ehao..
? \ first with Incredulity by Legion by the soldiers ,,of this These'soldiers have learned much ,
Auto P nt health experts .nd ''pltr.- try engaged ill a great war is a eoun.1 about' sanitation, and they.should become ' ,J
} have been -conftnned on ful sign for the future of, leadersin,, bettel"in.r"1he'" living-
'by the :results of medical .The millions .of soldiers Amenc.I conditions' in.j every Tillage and city
/ Complete ,, 1 of registrants. and ceived military training at the in the countryLas'' on -the
." I or on the bat)l.fleld have an entirely' farms. They should- aggressively
i Contains head of this movement i new conception of Americanism ,and, take hold of municipal problelM.with
, -- everything : Life Extension Institute.(patriotism. They have' a broader sanitation,' and thus lessen the dangers ,
or similar,size: car, Taft i* president>> of, the view" of- life than. they had} prior to to health from Impure,,.'water,,
,,; directions given on each The leading men of the our entrance into the war. They rep from bad'! sewerage. systems or lack..;
1 !! are member resent very large proportion of the of, sewer*. They, should inaugurate
"if! Every item in the Pea Gee : I I Wilson. the late Roose most vigorous/virile men of America a new'er' for' bathroom.' and running ': r

' I: for ft Ctr ."". other men bf national coming from all classes ,of society, water In eyeJ'7farmhou"lin'th-) ?,
>'.T.. I ion reputation might from'the richest to the poorest'fromthe -country. Indeed,'the opportunities of 1,r
'.. I OSCEOLA HARD The of the university professor to''the,' man ,these men to benefit the health and;
, Distributors for is to lengthen life and lead who. cannot .write his own '''name IUvln-r. conditions, is 'he.olty.and the
( to "speud some time "each They comprise a.mlKht,I force to be country are ahnost beyond,'.aUma ;
Kissimmee, .. ml well a* to watch reckoned with and'' U. wleely .,led I "Out of- the knowledge gained in
: I and diet a* to keep these men.,will help mold the'life of the 'training' cantos weshould'hays'y., y.
0' of condition. A corps of America in .afeand, sound method;,three or .million-men who could
- I the most celebrated medi- Some of' these men will supplant make' themselves leader*"in' work;"ofthls
the world fctl11"" the-cote" the-roMamachine.politicianeofbothcountrs.y -.kjod. a* well as in ,stimulating
: WANTED 'SOCIAL EQUALITY; '' to whom their import. is not a the highway building and..kl dredactly'-
i ; are referred and the which Is free fromothe evil,ltie.. A mighty power ,for good I Ie
IS NOW A GOOD NEGRO are the authors of, influence of the political/! .machine. available in 'these men .if -they, will'
"How to Live-,These soldiers in part',of.Am- now assume the-resoonaibility which
r'i: : Dade City, June 13.-(Special).- Healthful Living Based on erica will be able ever instill' new life I{,rests unon-them to help 1'881and .,
Isaiah Miller, a negro, was found was published by and higher Ideals into political active mould for 'good these material tblflg} "
,, ) dead near the ball park at Trilby ,''I, (first Jn- 1915. and re tis.. and the old party machines will while at, the same time, thev ,are iOit
yesterday morning, with a* doyen or published in 1919. This in many cases be' broken 'up and guard to make certain that the, po- y+
more bullet wounds in his head and volume and a great seller thrown upon' the scrapheap. They 111tle.I'' life of the' nation isJeleaner;; I
body. His death is ''supposed have .tal j|[: hundred -thousand- .'fl>pell! -prove-rone--ef: .-of'the strongest"-..and more wholesome and more nat-
resulted from mob violence. He was into American homes. fl'uences which, it is possible to develop .(.onal! in spirit..
a negro of bad reputation, having < |(|I book was written for the ngalnst Bolshevism''and: soclalstic -I I In'the organization Into'the'',AmVVfican \
served three terms in the chaingang.He i! j jI I II ,, it is scientific and up chaos. They will stand for Am- Legion of the soWers.of ,the
returned a few days ago from the This work .is publish ricsnism and for patriotism and for European War .wi.elJ'led.. we trust
; I I A; Wagnalls the best the elimination from American poll-Ithey will'be.-there aN 'yatI' poaalblu.i :- 'e'
ForPeaceful house in theworld.. tie. of the work -of aliens whd are .. for good. ? .: '_ .
I by such "-- -
Sleep 1[ as publications the Literary are Digest '

MM .f tile ftmliiSi, BHI.S 'WsrrlM- .-," ; houses in New York, To- I
UNoodnlh6'I in I ,in London. This {great POST CARDS 'JUi.Y I :
| to- Live," Is being trans ,.
published In French, Ger

Dutch Chinese and If "Honey Love" hasnt written I 1
From op. 117-118 we quote this week if your on-ln-law' lovng -.
; MISS''
lu nH u xhllftratta.T, tffUftithiL Ita tfftct U ;, I : "Some forms of dance -epistle U missing; if your most SUCCEEDS . .A It 4l t'.i' th* .bends and,llcalllitMi. fr. ; wholesome exercise'so- hated creditor seems to'' have quit MISS AGNES ELLEN
will aufflfl Will iiot aIln tli mo*! U HAJtRIAt'the'meeting"of
Mtfelifif fur cu:a iniwot b.t., "a A 100 and the,, acquirement sending you a bill daUy,,keep cool ;
tau.r.ntwd Xfe
butt)* will U ( east a nuHiUi.
ll*. Also rtJOOttmiT.drdl u prwvntttiv"'ln.tnit. 1 grace, but it is seldom of and don'tget" too optlmiaticPeDni... the stat bpaze
watt... n"tbe. at,. aji ., its. We. )wasdealt. ) value because danc- :
U' writ ) count'Id the'days of 6-cent sodasand 6t control held this weekin-Orlandor:; \ '! '"4,
.. over done and I ..cb' of theae aforesaid
maybe : Miss Sarah W.' Partridge.* .
.r The"eO'VnjaMontgomery Co., bad air and the loss ,correspondents i.', saving a few. by stat,demonstration agent:appointed to

,waiting untj1'July 1 to mail letters.:,succeed Mis Agne Ellen Harris ''r
1 large plant where the em after that date,Uncle Sam's
On and who! recently) resigned to accept'' a "
Ala. j"t examined by the Life .postal .folks- will cut prices and go''position la Texas. t '
: ; Institute, the management back: to 'handling letter. for' two;' Miss Partridge ha been ,working'under
tfle harmful effect of danc- and card 'for. ,
---- cent each post. a pent Miss Harris forv several year
chief obstacle of effi ''
n .,, and i* well fitted for the work and I*,
Many of the large'force' of Tatnpans'will have on* ''month In well known throughput ,the, state. _
women were accustomed to which. to convert stamped envelopesand .Mis Harris, who'was known and
; late in the night, bring- postcard into their equivalents
.loved all over !lorida; I. now In Tex
. condition of chronic ,
under the 'rates that prevailed
tree' as, having! accepted a splendid offer
1. playing and similar, games viou to the war. For instance from the educational department.of.
-_- mental recreation 2-cent stamped envelopes .will be ex-I that state which .ha a woman superintendent
: However they ch.nged.for,two' of the present 8-cent of schools The assistant ,,9
liable I
a- ; to be associated with, kind. Two postcards will be swapped j I.uperlntendent' of school who .i.! 'also- .,.
!' and other' disadvantages,' for one -'of the present.. 2-cent cards.'. woman came.from Texas to TaIIahasse ... yr
{ they do not degenerate' However' afterAug..'' 1 the'postoffice in person in, April !to make
: 'In short, card'play- department '.will accept. thr 'present Miss Harris a definite offer and urgeI
and many other, form* envelopes, and, cards only.. ,. ,at; their i her- early acceptance. -Miami Herald.Taylor' .:,
i' amusement: go' over the postalor stamp values..' v, ;',. I ,

: recreation and .become-di.- The. law providing rates for'the reads! return '''County,, An enthusiastic
to 2-cent letter r
pllllp which 'weaken and '' farmers' 'meeting 'was recently heldat
"Section ,399,>-postal law regulations. .
,.,are_not_,hygienic.- Many .- amended to-read a.- fol ,,-Shady.Grove..Plcturesof-lmprov'; ;
ed farm, and lives stock
amusement make the mis Sec..899.
Ill lows. effective July.1,, 1919
shown. In connectionwith the
getting'It in--suicidal way. m.ttel'hof, the first 'class were: x
Upon i .
pictures ]lectures weN given! by Meal:
and'Mow dance balls :" '. postage shall charged . '*" !Isr.Traxler '
and HlatC .Ria believed'that
,authore'of the'above. quo: at: the rate of 'two cents' for each ,,
I 'written,' below ounce or fraction "thereof: and drop this meeting_ occompllshedmytclr'; ':
: William (C. Bralstedy Sur :letter shall. be ,,mailed at the,rate of 1.good.' .
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U. S. Navy. two, cents- per' ounce or fraction : : : .r

.William C.' Gorp'. [thereof including delivery at ,,letter l' tEESBDRG :FLAr : '
General." :. S.Navy. ,, 4; carrier'offices,and one -cent foreach, .
W; Schereschewsby" ,. k."D., ounce or fraction :.thereof: 'where-free
Healths 'delivery by carrier not established. .; 4CJTIZEN'PRAISS.: ); -1*
.riT.l Grayson, M.. : (Acts'of; March *,' .4885: Statvl887! -
Navy. r > sec. 1and'Feb.' 24, 1919. see; H07K ..' TOE W"REKEDY i i
I Cot William J. Mayo' ,'M. R. i v "Postage 'on.: letters deposited Inrush .

i .. A.: Experiment. '.American.' rout.boxes or, mailed 'F'HA T:1)nool: GAYS '
Association, to j.persons :who are served ''by ruralor STATES
. ; ,Adam/: D, Prof. .tar-route carriers shall be charg -PROMPT. .RELIEF TO HIS<.ACH ''

III and Montreal Bacteriology.Canada.r' McGill ,ed*at 'the rate of two cents for each ING; BACKS DISORDERED STOM
/ ounce or fraction;thereof '
I II : 'Fernanda Pent, .President >"Section .400 po tal .law,and rep ;, .ACE ;AND; SHATTERED NERVES
h : 'National '''Education,of [ulations'isamended ',to readas. follows -< ", or k..L' ..;jj:
.\., ." V" .' effective.July! 1.',..'191flt See ''"i I har y knew';.what'a'gtooci nlgot'*'
.* Oliver Prof .of- Phys. 400-- ooatal cards'.shall; be ,transmitted sleep was like on'account of.tha con*
I ,'' .EnI'Jand.'j'' throueh'.th. malls at'. postage ditlon:.of.'my nervs,",' state Mr.i'Jf

:Gantler,' Prof, of Physla- chant Of ion*: cent each, including C., Mynhlr of LeeabarArF.1a..wbcJia ;(
J ' of Naples, Italy; thti,cost of'.manufacture.- (Actrof: a well known citizen of:,that to....
9 JI r."S-,'Kitaaato., Chief 'of March .3,,: 1879. 20' Sta; 868,*, sec., t, "I: belieV ray stmaek...*' at ;the i
: Institute. Tokio,' Japan: and February 24,. 1919; leer 140));, bottom of-all my.'trouble;, he ontinned. >
Petovie Pavtovj Prof of "Section 402. postal(law..and regrulations .' ."For after eating*I'd have
i. ,.. ImperialMilitary >Aca' is amended' to readaatfoU nervosa Indigestion j; my'atomndi '
: : Medicine, Petrograd,,Russia. lows, effective July I/1919:. 8c.402.It. would fill f np wttlt ga*," and *sour f, '
I III' ; *-: sake of Nee >we ;do .not ,. shall, be, lawful ;to.,tranatnit,.by' belching annoyed'me,.very .much. In' tt
.I. *- names of the other. sev mail 'at. the postage ''rat of I a:'cent addition'to thl*, I' had :.aevere 'palna. :I
III t1 : ; :.noted-"medical mien ''Who apiece .nbl.' by .stamps,to- be affixed In my the region! of. my.:
A J I 'yof, the book s which' .1* by'tthe, sender,' and,r under, such kidney. I''''. tjnit bUion. >nd;.my
; !' : ,- ", H"". regulations aa the,poatmuter.treD... appetite'dropped i ; .I 5 we shall deal!with'.n- al) may ..'prescribe.written .messageson ing. ',' -" "" .
r ; ...: of.thitl anbject., a*. it re: 1 private mailing ,cards aoeh: cards i : rSo'much wa*. being aald in th. pal'i, .,
taw r i : ; '' ;: public welfare. to be sent openly-in the be ; pen about. breco. I, got a bottle > .,-
; ', AS8OClATION.By nor larger.than axed the day while' In Tampa: and .it ha exr ,' .'
"'+nt--- : .* : tbe Secretary' convention of .the- universal postal tainly acme:,:to the bottom -of, 1 D'I7' o.M< "
; ; t i -. i i i i r., union-- and 'to'' be approximately of trouble ,I'havo.a 16..ppe'tite'lIOwl' '!'" ,
T.... Bijr .Ohaneetv: that; same form quality ''and,rweightaa and my, stomach i* somuch. better '
r ; : : ; : : much of a ria.( 'to depend the stamped costal card'.,now: .in that the,food digest"without: giving; e.
+ : ]' hbQra'.or sanding for medi general us* in the United : States. th* ''former trouble; My nerve arestrong
JPRIHCE ALBERT ; r cas*" of a i sudden ..attack" of (Acts of-May 19.- 1808110aad'Tebruary"241919"Sed,14o.$ta 410, again and I: *leep'well every'nigbt.
; : .-.' In almost every .)"_ ..<; The pains ar ',entirely r-? ,
ttn. ,' som". ',on*; has1: _cUed Tampa' ..Times.S, lied in,,ny, back; : also t :Deco dldL
,' -morbu. that:could''' eas M me''good'and: I ad.lwavery: one whom t' .
,been caved-'had' h-proper vThe question' that''Is,now troublingthe : suffer as I.'did.: to ,try- \Ws'gras1, ?, ?
> i : been/I at' hand. Then- think, farmer. tow to manipulate; his medicine.. "' : .
t : ; must be" .ndut'- 'Dreco-* av'vegetableeOmbmatIon. .
that ; farm operations so a* to doaway r ;: '
medicine can "be ,obtained. with.4 much of -.her expensive labor. of root, herbs bark and betrlea
\ ; iatokeep'at; handa. J. O.'Trax1er'r1ann 'he1p 'apedaUat. which act: on the kidneys, liver *toinach o
;: \ : ; { ,Chamberlain-.. .Colltf- and .n that thU can be a great, "bowels'., andelearsth, .* bloto"d'fi
4 ,, :I Remedy.:.,.a preparation extent.bY.,tha-us* improved farm imparitiea.
\ W C I M P i, LiDHC I X ..;- ...,:..t : : b-depended upon. ,, machinery., The-farmer must'figureclosa'ro Good'druggists' ,. .verywhr*' none:; "

auMNtNc- fin- AMP* \\l" 'y! 3 '> on1J'.eo;.gg ''ent "'dto..te4.uet.tM < rrproduction "U" Dreco and lt"j'J.lchll" rsomim.nd.d ;;...
', -1-, ; ; yield..,; per In Kiasimmee by-the, .4..
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only 'fail to .apport,tbeir hom. paper '" CHRISTIAN :CHURCH, - ( A short history was green; by the patriotic essays 4n the Flag, -
fiSSIMMEEVALtEV{ $ I The); Watcher' in,: the TreetepNo. ''J but try to delude themselves, 'with 11:00-Sunday School.. president on the Veterans' Association : Ilic.Song" Comrade"Battle Hymn Reagan of gave the a.Repab-short;
of St. Cloud Florida.
the idea' that "everybody knows' them 12.00()-Sermon. , program J-wa.of Florida.
L op/tbe Flag
..... 7:1I5-Y. P. S. C E. in charge of the Woman'll I[history !
_r aUslM 1II..n' ,P .r and they 'will gt the business anyway. Relief and this being Flag Ata. address by Rev. H. H. Bowen,
C.wNqi .6- 8:30 .Corps.
0 Mt* -
Pf i KLMaraa.'Vall.y. 1UoIIII.-M. ....rt... The Watcher has. lived to, see the They know that mudl. df the grayer'' meeting each'I, Wednesdayevening Day the program was earned out I pasFlaghe d.fl. What E. MeansTo-Subject' ?

Introduction of the bicycle phonograph growth and prosperity of the town at 8<80. U A. S..each Thurs along' patriotic- lines, with Mrs. Flennle V"Song; "Star-SpanBTled, Ban-
B. .B... PM 4.e.t. influence Ferguson patriotic' Instructor, of ) ,
"w. electric lighting, jazz music is due to the of the, local day. ?' by, the choir and 'au'"
B. Otf Tens. .a.-., wire-lets airplanes the W R. C., acting as leader. Song/[ne was sung .
..."... .' ,.; _, Xe. II{julephone'l and encumber telegraphy sandwiches and- paPer but their jx>Hpy; la "let the other Junior Cm, each Sunday at also: "A Thousand .Years." X 'dienee.

.. Copy.! ,..One-....T...*.".._.a...t._..I'On .e.e..1.00" '!-wonders whet. is. coming. next. the fellow,for It and we,t will share p. Yodng m. Ladies' Circle" meets escf namelyt Replies''Miss'of Bonnie the Eighth Cathcart Grade Miss,]1''I Adjourned white were meet raised June.nttemw by 21 the, 1919'people ,.- I

One Copy SIX'' Uonths..__.:;.?._*. 1.00 There Is 'something looming 'up :In The Vnlted States Government haa second Sunday. ( Goldie Grove Miss ,Alene Moore, and the. National ?
....... .(0I ,ANNA
On, I Copy I m Three- Months. the distance and from the Tree Topit recently issued s ..erle "of bulletin. C., W. B. meets the first Frida) Mrs' Madison each* rendered splendid. ,I Lung' .
AU communication except from our looks good. We refer to the new urging patriotic people to patronise In each.montll: "- .-'----- ,--
authorised correspondent must b. co-operative dairy that is being pro- 7'7' : .\.
Church first
Board meets
signed toy the writer. moted. It will mean much to the, only .those concerns that advertise.. Sunday

y. '.01.Itjeet.. called matter tor.Entered .will not be returned wellbeinjr of this community''have This is good sense for It lethe, newspapers afternoon each JDo th., '' 1-- JTs < j '.,

i larjre tracts of land tjiat are now 'that put the five loan .;Over 'You'area! I cordially Invited 'to' ou' / ..
: In the Foatofftce at Klsslm nutritious .
( well nigh profitless growing services'
... Florid, at second-class matter.) the Top" and tbe.Government knows,
forage 01 some kind with silos not'''onlyi, that the mustb 81-tf. W, H. Coleman, Pastor and
built to pre.en.It, so that the-cows newspapers : Trunks' Bags
i can have plenty of'canned grub in. maintained that it is advertising ;'

,yr+ 1 the winter May we be assured that that doe. it''has'' learned that ST CLOUD / .
eeRe the tootle of the milk collectors horn ,
does but learned
I .tising that it. 'has
1j will blend harmoniously, with the +
j I clink of the biff round rollers a. they that advertising. pays.-WilJiston" (Continued from Page OneJ') ":
fall into the progressive farmers till: Progress. t';

3f (.Come-to think of it, wont it be nice Daniels! many happy returns. of. the . If you are going away this 5 m
'I rolls' day.- rt : k
to get some of those yellow THE HOME FRUIT GARDEN. -r .
l3 1'from the dairy, instead of the near' Florida Is summer you will need a ._ '
a natural tree country
which sometimes
butter we
SSPyhct 1J J I poked at us?' We hear that nearly 1 having more kinds of 'native trees The Veterans' Association met in Trunk Suitcase or Hand

one' hundred cows are signed up already than any other of the United States, : the G. A. R. Memorial hall on June bag. Our'new line has just
> e PaE
which is nearly enough to says the State Marketing Bureau. 14, and was called to order by President

I put the enterprise upon a paying'This in favor of attention : W. F. Kenny. Opening song, arrived. We nave:Wardrobe
basis. Here's hoping that Dr. Weaver -i argues more America;" prayer by Rev. "Beau-

JUNE '20 1919 .' will succeed in weaving the loose; being given to the home fruit :' champ; songr,"Battle Hymn of the I and Steamer Trunks ;
FRIDAY. ends of the organization into one garden which should be an adjunct Republic." I' from '$8 to $45.

'+ The municipal swimming; pool continue complete and efficient whole. i of every'farm, and fruit or nut bearing Minute. -of the previous meetingwere ranging "

to I 0 trees should have a place ,on every read and approved. A rising I Suitcases and Handbagsfrom :
to be m source of delight I
I' Within a radius of ten miles around vote of thanks was given by the Association -
4 the Kissimmee kiddies and older Kissimmee enough products of the town and city lot. to the United States Congress I $1.50 to $18. -:- -:- i-'

jolks as welL soil go to waite to keep several fam- The development of the commercial for passing the bill in favor'Of ii iII i-

(jilies in opulence including pianos, fruit interests of the country Woman's Suffrage; also three cheers II iI iI i- I.

: The first Trans Atlantic nonstop automobiles, movies, liberty bonds I has resulted in a neglect of the growing were heartily voiced by the association -!I. '
and an occasional dinner of ham and | for the "Women of the U. S." I
DM been made and now we of fruit trees small scale
1 flight ois"a/ > ,
E There is quotation from the |
eggs. a Get Oar Price
1 >
e n
wonder what ,will com next. This isv Book of 'Books that II. appropriate'a. is possible everywhere, -especially NOTICE) Or ArnJ'ATIOX FoR'TAX )I

I non-stop at*. here. "Gather up the fragments that: in Florida. The large dommerc'af(I DEED.' I Refrigerator, Water Cooler, Etc io
remain that nothing be lost." Tons interest in fruit growing has been NonCE 18 HEREBY GIVEN. That. io
bonds ,f. and grapefruit too defective -: 'Wallace A. Gibbon, purchNser of Tax ,
the bulkhead oranges
The bidding on 'the outgrowth of the'pre.emnc efforts Certificate No.7" dated the Tth day 5
t and for the market are fed to the of Aunruit A. D. 1915 has tiled said
went strong Monday night, they
hogs, or what is worse left to rot on of those whose fruit gardens certificate In my office, and has made Tht
1, ;; 'wre"' : _ford .-the ground.These could be made into : showed possibilities and served to'demonstrate 'I.''application for tax deed to Issue In C.. .,H. GRANTHAM-
+ +t. figure 'drink. '' accordancewith- law.. Said certificate .r 5f ore
splendid jellies
+ eoolinA' marmalades the best local variettei. embraces the following 'described -
and other good thing. In favorable'I Fortunately state now has property, situated, In Osoeola County.
d More fef Klssimmes's khaki clads years bushels and bushels of guavas, our '.Florida, to-wltt. Lot 10 Block Q. Mary '"
many fine nurseries, and some of dla. The said land being assessed at
that princely fruit lost when
are 'coming home from overseas ser:- jelly are the date of issuance of .ald certificate oooooooooo oooooo ooooooo ooooo ooooooooooooooooo
should the handclaP they might be saved with a profit toj I ahem issue very comprehensive catalogs ID the name, of A. Smith. Unless said
vice. Everyone find the enterprising men who undertake indeed they are regular guides certificate shall be redeemed aooordInsr - , .
.of.._warm, friends. ,waiting.and..-the-work. Another good thing would' to law, tax deed will Issue thereonon
.to the work. of fruit .
Many varieties the list day of July. A. l> IflTS.! ,
k big old job back or a better one. -be a dehydrating plant for the preservation I" and (SEAL'> ) :J. OVBRSTREET,
n' .---_ of vegetables and fruits.I trees including peaches figs Clerk Circuit Court. Osceola Countv.

r ':' The Kissimmee board of trade is Our government is insistent upon'.bear, early and any home owner who I Florida._ 27-lt. SUMMER SHOESFor

this work being taken'up as a means I will give his trees reasonable cancan
+ supporting.: Dr. R. Thor Weaver, the .NOTICE OF PECII f UTOCKHOI.nKR -
; of salvaging all undersized have of fruit to MERTIlVd] TO COWSinKH!! eALnrF
potatoes.j always plenty
ltPIF"\ *, county .agent, 'in organizing a cooperative and also saving the whole ALL OH PART OF PROPERTY:
: Jairyt association. This is times when the market conditions:'eat in fa fresh form and for"preserv- OF I'tNl'COIVSOLinATBD. TITLE' COM-

certainly a move in the right direction win not warrant their shipment. We,ing. :

; ',. t for such an organization would have known fine fields of cabbage to I I The growing of fruit is a pleasant special NOTICE meetingof Is h-; ;; the given stockholders that a We Have

dtf much toward making the cowed i,be plowed under because the marketwas :[land healthful employment, and nothing 'of the Consolidated Title Company
bad and transportation high.1 will) be held at the office of the corporation -
else contributes to the ea-I,
pay the Overhead expense of' the With a little care this could all be more Cltliens Rank Bulldlnott Kl.-
: ithetic side of life as well as to slmmee. Florida, on Bth July, 118, at Them
farm. made into Eh. what? \VIv.1 ,
Bauer- : ten o'clock a. m., to take action on Men
some folk. like it. even if we did I[!health of the family and to' profit apnrnval or dlnapproval of the pro;

Congratulations, are in order to A. fight Germany! Well anyway there's than proper attention to fruit trees. | posed sale of all or a part of the property -
of the Consolidated Title Company f 1. in the
a 1: Wilson of the St- Lucie Tribune; lots of good stuff goinir to waste that The lack of fruit gardens on the ; and such other matters In connection
the ought to be saved and it would pin farm, and about town and suburban therewith as may properly.
Wayne Thomas of {Plant City seftne one with capital l to take the come before thf meetlnar.\ Women
i Courier' nd'Eoy Child of the lakeland matter in hand. homes is regretable. Not only fruit By order of the Board of Directors.
.. Makes
'advertiser, who won. first "secbndv . trees are absent, but berries are' lacking Secretary.Klsalmmee .

.... ,and, third' prizes' respectively in Explanatory note. It was theowners Blackberries grow almost with- J9r.t.rd Florida June* -1ft.T .. I
1 r and"not the cows. that signed I besides and
the Mergenthaler Linotype CoinS out attention strawberriescan ,;
NOTICE. andLatest
: 'pany's1\ contest, awarded at the\ Annual .up. _\. I be had here in the winter season '
------------------------ Having boughs the Rentahrant and
Press Association, convention. when the north is covered'with snow.
Cafe business of :J. :J. --McOraV! T will i
Theq -are each fine publications and strength activity, vitality and enterprise The scuppernong grape is native, 'a not he responsible for any fl"VMfl of

richly deserve the honor which has comparison of the newspapers with of of Floridain other [prolific bearer and a vine of it June the: business'from 6th, un to 'and Including. Children Styles

to them. papers should be found on farm, and )I. L. RoOi1 "tSl.
come J towns and titles of equal population.I every ._
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f .,," I have' been amazed on fair, sized suburban home '
many times not every ) 'OUR PRICES WILL SURPRISE YOUFRED
Few people can 'visit the- sierageFlorida only at the site of many Florida papers. -' Classified d AdvertisementsFOR

{ town nowadays without befog ; but ,at the ,splendid., 'character I I lot.Write to. Prof, 'P.H._ Rolfs, director 5
of feature from editorial to S. GILBERT
impressed with the g.nentawakening every
., of the State Experiment Station
news, specially considering the limited SALE-Splendid fruit truck and
that, is, going on,' for in' population of the communities in lat Gainesville, for Information poultry farm. Just outside of city
r .city after'city, 'a ''common comment is which to the nearest limit*, eight room house rood( land. -. '
'they are published and of .the apply nursery for a nice bearing grove east front, pret .
'heard '"We are just waking up." Our State at large. -' catalog, 'and also write to the U. S. ty view of town. S acres where -
if "I do not believe there is other home !. located and 10 acrea good
town 1. sayjnjr it, ;in particular and any Department( AgrioultureJ Wb.V b
,; land near b)' all for ".600. Favorable "
State of Union
5 every .other .
; which show such
can splendid ( ACRES and two large tot* adJoin. TO THE
5S ; throughout ,the, state.If; this ,1>41 truer; newspaper work and such liv. .a&Tel.o NO. 154, entitled: the1' "Home, Fruit .Inir.. with good Improvements' ', grove GOOD.PEOPLEOPKISSIMMEEY
and is to;doobt it for sine and nice crop, fine mare farrolnr
there 1'0' reason. newspapers. They bespeak the Garden. tools, cMckena.1' excellent cow and

everywhere ,may be seem thecorro exceptionally high average of intelligence !. Arrange to'start a home fruit garden household foer$.$,600.: The above' 'This is t to 'l o I Y
of the people of this,'State are close J[,
borationi of he, statement then 'a
,: ;; which) makes( such next fall and let us make ,Florida 200 ACRES (too* land with,! U'acre.

p ;:vrave.of'.prognss,_.of ,,industrial ''de.:ble. r-1- ,publicationspossi. .art {td.a1Kate in this respect; by bearing a widow grove who', well will located-..*ll cheap...owned and --A STRICTLY CASH BASISon :

.. velopment, sweeping' Flo-I,,, .'''Thene".papen; of Florida are al Our peopl.:", Ul'be'- all the better for xxi favorable terms. 'Write 'for full -fl
) ,, particulars: >this Is 'de.lrabl .. : .. account,, of so many bad accounts. Of
Id/ part'of: reader that favors : very course this compels '
...... every doing it. Florida js the .winter resort 10. ACRES of loW.': with > )Iou.",,. ;
then. They supply' mind., food and' state 'of*Americaand visitors enjoy crops. chickens! -', household Roods, the innocent testifier with the guilty .but I can offset this "' .
"* The good ladles of Kisiimmes have the editors : and reporters are the fruits, coir and calf"Downedby by selling

1. ...l1Ied 'to' the 'call "of the" 'county; ?moulden of thought molecules'11' for fruits vine' ._.Fresh more fruits from the.tree 'or Northern",1100. on people favorable who terms,will 1U sell miles for 'YOU goods at a cheaper, price, .and save mysetf'.tronl. . the insane asy '
,) the nearly two hundred Is far than .
tempting trop
newspaperspublished .. . from city- limits.- S ; .- -
can111ngdeb : at more'than one'''hundred a,tin can., '*' e" ".180 ACRES joinl"ag tine lake.' pratrig lum or commiting suicide. -

; :. places. .in the State> ,- I ... I lands ranch fins ranch,. house, dipoingvat..iiand .
Improvements, longtime t
jdns,fruits'aDd:vegetables"'which the I "We all know in ..these advancing KISSIMMEE WINS FROMCLERMONT /payments on moat of '. ; 'FLOUR. Tan 'pink Salmon
times'' that the mind .counts.' more ''1000 head of cattle Jeoluded.Fr.> ,can ...... .20
farmers are not able' to diipose'of to '
booklet. and partlcularato> Interested Cold .Med4 J 24 lb tsfUk.... 1.80 Dark Red Salmon can
,the merchants In'doing- sothey'aref than th.'bodJ'-that mind is the controlling .8 TO, .0 .. parties. ,*, > -- ?..?., ;30.
.* factor*-that the brain: is ', '' I4.S04 .ACRE manch l on''Lake Kieslmme .SelfRising.,2lbsack}luck ,._ ..- 1.80 Chile Con Came ;13, 2 for. .25 _
,threefold service-to the community ,,.uore than .the,stomach, 'yet we fine The ,Kissimmee. ball team" ;&ve theClermont' *: owned 'by .Northern -man will Winter's Dutch Cocoa, Ib___ '
!for thhradd: sell atrear :want -_ome Floor.per'jb: ,%._ .... .7V4 .28
to the Income of the people who"would not think\ about hot" .crlfteel 'slAose ?? 1
t boys. 'receptionThurrday ;one to sea It to boy and Corn ,Flakes 2'for .,_........ -.25.
"y farmer, they reduce'the high Colt food, stomach food., muscle this' statement : ".. ___. ,25e
living and'contrlbut.o; the, general food theme drubbing to th,tune of 8 0 ALL, KINDS of -Florida Hoinep ''andInvestments' -'l 128' .Shreaded Wheat
v' fcealthof' but who. are' starving themselves'for'the tp, ,, : ,> 0- ; OL 1__..... ':: i pkg. .--_. .14

; their families'by' ,supplyinga'Sreatu need 'of ''brain' food on the local Held. #{ cited. and. Informationpromptly Correspondence solU Black Eye Peas,'lb< 9c, 8 for. ,MNavy. ,Picnic Bam lb .?..__,,.___ .82 If

4r ; .";variety'at : vegetables to mind.TThe food InteDectaal.lood.' -, ) ,Notwithstanding the. ,rain '''ai') fair ,riven' ,AR42/ry' ; -/ : j ';:Beans, 2'', lbs 'tf..___:i.. .2$ Sliced'Ham, ,. Ib '_________ .b0
\ and V time'wbsnfresh I 411 .Florida'are tJOIIPAJfJt'
menu ; newspapers crowd In attendance.. at__ the_ (
was _ grime
,, 10 Snowdrift
n. Lima Beans Ibi6e ____
r not not >charity propositions: They'.nftl"Value ; 2for25Beet'Bacon ____ 2.45
vegetables. :obtainable- '
club should'are This reeelied.INewwpaperi 'are and gavrthe'' usual' support.,""to ,the' FOR..SALBJ. .1-twee7.arold.; '"; li double; 1 .!>> ; '.,....:....;..:: ;, ;'.88, No. 4' Snowdrift .____..____ 1.25 +

:five! :;of grow tUl a ;:representa needed in every house"for the service. players; : Inch plow.-IL. BJaafdavtf.' every household isv enrolled.Kissimmee the'bat"'th.locals I .
: : .they can render.> "Right off made '
z 1 : -
; Fruit
FOR BALE)-,A. Duroc boar' six brood 'White. ) Bouie Coffee.-: i... ,. O.Seaat IQt Jars L;_.___ 1.15 '

', >has awakened up 'from a:I cares"We-.feel good sure deal enry'Florlda about what readers editor a'ftore first inning, in feettheym, and .from ade that two, time in the' Crania sows ,aad.(-several< shoato.. .J..,'J.. 8T-11 Me.. ',Coffeee,, ft; ',,.....:.. ,.l 0 XPt);;: Fruit' Jars' dos.._.___ .95, ti

on -
.period of'inactivity'and ,J. going forward think;of paper,"ss ,to l i whether the their FOR IIALE-Pord' tourlnf 'la rood I 1Qli'' 1 :Tomatoes, can lOc, 8 for :.25 DRUGS .' Ir
li..fnlflUing game was though Clermont ear '
V .- ";"by, laps and Abounds\ She 4s]largest'mission.' Its truest .purpose and .held theeta' scoreless throughout condition., J. J. McCranle...' "7-lt. i No.; 2Tomatoes; ,: .2 .,Ior .:.___; .;s25 .T tIIn..Per bottle ___,. .10 v

I i 'developing' ,ber\('resources ,and bring,jliving up,to< its Ideal If the and paper the'is Id.als not the second, third and 'fourth innings. CARPENTERS WANTED .-t fleveralarood .Catsup,:per boW .--:--:_.., .14 Camphor,;'per bpttle./. /_,_.!, .26 '4 '

,4nrtJaew .industries', to'add to her.wealth .1 of the, reader the ,reader Is in'part In.the fifth Kissimmee came home ,cents mechanics per-hour. wanted Summer's> atones' Apply II ,Kerosen.'OUafon.': ___.:.._ 18 Castoria, per bottle L--:.. ;ISO

_ ',." 'and renown.: 'This needs only'to blame The 'paper is.alwaysopen with another and.twomorewere:: \ in, to. James --.".)Ilsprett.. job.Daytgna. *Thread, spool _i _"':'.'':'__I ..05Xio. Sulphur, per :ykg ...J..___,. .05 Y

; '-tQ'become'Jmom.heD'': : 'a'' flood' 'of to ,commendation r to criticism" ',to safe the In locals the sixth.' The: seventh, gained Beach. ria, *" ,17-TT 2,, Peav.. best :4-..:;.:;.:. .18 Epsom Salts' 'per pkg _____ '.05' '

t ,.. 'uJd-be'ID'fUtona', will'' .flock, hereJU ...nggestionL5-"The Florida editor'' .Is' anxious'. to eighth netted one,another more, eouple.'Bronson score.and'i ,. "the' WANTED-T... full description.purchase. .. ,hone Addrest pleaserive Box Noi Z.Corn: .__;.Lil.Peaches,1 ; .-.-.____, ''.15 '"Vaseline,, per bottle .___..._ .05 ; 1

".,. > aid 'in the.development:campaign i keep in touch with his.reader- His did such-1rOod work In the tTS City. - - : *'-Jt.FOR. ; Heavy Syrup __ .2{ Machine Oil, per: bottle .___ .20'

and share: ill\the profits The(point paper is a community affair and can' pitcher's. box that-Clenpont just'naturally .8ALB-One Kmereoa'Typewriter, 'Peach... ....;, ::85 :Sweet'Oil, per bottle ........ .14

aMa'BOW been reached when eitenslve not neeeed'! without the co-operation eouldnt hit1 '.'em.: -' Holmesfather's model three, ...1.lbl.4 ... new. Apricots,'heavy 'syrup ___,..' '::082 ..Carbolic Acid,' per bottle _._ .14
,, ?
? '> .-.advertising' >ould..reap rich 'results.Last of, readerm.'V-Florid. Star, -, the and'McClelland catching' was 'a.hit feature three of Apply-Valley Qasette. :-- tt Grated''Pine.pple' can ?__.. .30, (Sweet ,Spirits -' Niter. ,bottle".;;:', .14. t

fc i { week, the),. Kissimmee boardof, ;"ADVERTISING. bagger:; to right field rARUXRS--8en4 pie copy of tRtookmbn .today Florida for Farmer a' free sara-and 'Sliced.'Pineapple/ .__;_ :".30 ,. \ -. ;FEED. .,1- ,

> trade ',took",th4 m att.r'under: advise-! : :. Sam Prather ''would :have struck a ,, Live.tcck at ralalnr..Jaoka""... Can 'Pumpkin. ;"".No.. ;"'e-,__.::, a8Kraut *(Oats, '100. 'lba, '.::-_________, 8.i5\ ;J,
Tells about
enent 'and"are studying,variousplans i The Proi-nl. closed ',two very.sate "homer? had'the ball' not IrOn.ov dtrss fruit and track-dairy.lnirvpoultry ,: No,' 8, >.;.--:.----C"13 aborts- ;:Beit.,100 "

' ? theplayer to-one ;year for S1. Only livestock 'Velvet'Bean: 3&eal.( J '
+'c due .ection .stands 'for ,and it, is the pa.t'week.\On: of these'waswith base only. was the,ball'struck >and ,,".ral farmlnf paper' (a the, All Picklesr bottle,___;__ ,14 j loq'bs_. 2.95

probable that before)long a'plai'willt the\ Miles ..Medical ,'Companyatthe the house and certainly. .was 'a ham sear Writ today.-; : ,French, Mustard,' bottle: 4 .Cotton' ,Seed ,Meal. : 4% ,-__.2.75 i ;
be adopted thai" can be eartied'. oat ;dose of.contract. that lasted mer. Y2: tSALE-Oseond.baad-Fords evealtnctlva ';Durk.)'. Jressi rJ 4Z\.;; ; :'.;;1k:14': Beet Pulpy _r ,-.__ ... .__
... The;excellent ( .
L.! J'' s battery of the locals price. Osoeola Motor
r,1! at. on', .."'.'. over' year.Such. compnlesy'renewcontracts was,, well supported by' ,Individual '. Co. JOT, Broadway.. r. .< &nith ,.Premler'.w.e.r"; ; : ::.a5 'flay; ,',100 I*>sf 1.arwie s,;___j-___*.S,00'
' 1 '\3. only:when,.they are. assured! player* 'and team work ,of the 1rlqjIwa. J ,Curtis Janus bottle ;... u Oyster''Shell. '100. :
WKLXJNOS for teat MV b.
\ '19/ A': :!Mt RVED BOQUET'W'A.NMc. ': of good results from ,the.former. eon- .'ot the best. 4 VThe : T111.r. : Apply"ts. .. _, ,All e1J1.e.. :Tumblefs't.'s., 14: Chicken; Grit. JOO mss;
I \ : 'of"'' ''nuJDbe1-"ol-otherJM", but',. ...'' blocked 'at everyinning- TALEolrkty. acres! nracrescleared : '
.*.: ; '' The lineu>;follows:"' 1 orabs. .' .........' ...0. ....8rth CUT\ :
.. 'at: throwing' tiserti: show'the. regretable Ignorance / Gaines , ppIcECAISNJ, ; GROCERY
5iAgvledturefItadept' Clermont.- KJnderdt. M >C. I .t cypress .. lInbe. 0.. .traot'oa.! .. ) c
..., ,t., press'and'hi:: .* bonf ilt l a number>f. JocaJ, business :'con- KerUn.. I). ,Galnesj",:Arnold.' Getsen, bead room bones cattle and kltcb.n Also t FI :;\ .p1
of COod"1IDohi
... .who- ,blind to their .John'Johnson.Fairdothand' I ... and a .f ., .: ro : 1111:.,'t4t' :4Z213roadwa 1
r & : ...f always,i'grow on'go6d->b>sbee.. ceras. are .-ownwel- P'rM.'Wr: ; I! > .1'aD. .. ,
''Het.' ". the;.latest:', t>- ''* -v' I faro 'and i so' indifferent tothebest. ,' 'KI"'mm.Toh, B.' Bullock ; F.rm.. / ... Located .t C dQUlCIC'A.LJa' SMALL..PROFITS "
< near Kenaaevllla Price f ,
; ,l "1'hs. jld'tti'pcarfdea" ;: III'' lfhei nteresta' : of their. town that'they not tfcLean Holmes 'and'Sam. Prather' ', I half "'ftisssssuKFto ""..fO a ,- n i Out. -of. ,Town,_Orders,,,Given.Pro., pt Attention., i',
ffld{ aGbeeler .
J :; b< \ 11 JAs3ey .> rrw :!LA r110Lt 100 .

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PLANT A LEGUME CROP.A HEALTH OFFICER W. H. *COX '!' ,quest .,for/; excusettlnsr. forth the'.aaine to b*. iUbU.h. by" labor'property or services' 'at a Just i!In Klsslmmee- County of'. -j' "
_. cropoflegumes i should -be'Vrown CHARGES COY. BROKE) FAITH 'cause. b* made 'writing. b par- copies- thereof j.mlt valuation to be flxed-bythe. Inoorpor- Stat of FlrldaT during the Oc
1 guardian or other person having? the'County anaat each public ators byth I
n eYeI'7'PMee: of lancl .nt .01 Dlr.cto. at .meet hours of sale on Monday the Tth
? not growins charge of said ta the-County for at.least two .ing of B. :
July A. ,
itlt. the
other crops. Several legume, could 'Jacksonville,' June .it.-Dr.' ,W, A. child. c.request 1t"r b* filed within: 'prjdr to the openingday of. each of oaaI'l.r< ? property. situate tolowtnc -

J>e mentioned but cowpeaa 'I.\, the Cox..t.te.'b..ltlofftcer wfeose reslg- two d., the dare absence. 'said school. ,'r JL shasKlst peri'ptually Irib.. State of '
nost generally- known, in n.tlon.Waareque.ted: .I ho Whenever under the "' .. 80. IS. The period of e al.1 ,, or uotlt, dissolved according. Lots One (l> to norlda tWIU,
Florida. It .by Governor this Act. child receive' attendance law. '
under this Act shall
any commsao t cluelve. and Lots .
BI. ( ) to
make a feed of almost the'same (Catts last week following a report of Instruction privately of"'.ha prim'> with the beginningof the I I', ;, ARTICLE) ... Ill) both Incluelve. of Frank Vane
yalue u' ..Tsrage /wheat,' bran; It a senate investigating committee vat school. the prlvtt teacher, 'principal .I I *ch.ol term near-oat the seventh birth I I.Th*.business. of this Corpr.tonl I >. Subdivision known-as Para
turned under It furnishes j which or teacher In charge of such prt. day of the child and end at the010.5 until otherwise provided b D.ra II.w' being; a subdivisionof'
the soil a .recommended: his resignation, vat school shall. ke.p a. record of the of the school term ne.ret the six. of Directors sh all be conducted Lot One
law quantltr of ornntlo matter has. declined to resign. Be. declares, attendance of such child or .childrenU Otherwise Pr".nt' a _- . a .Secre ,, ((14) la (1) .of,8etlo.' /
that decomposes readilr. Cowpcas Governor Catts has not carried out and the, Oou.ty Superintendent inchecking ..lld.p t.rl Treasurer, and a.ioera of 10..rnm.n* . Rang T.n.
can be planted any tints from his part of,a (verbal ...he his lists . mar 1?. That If-for any.reason any tlrr composed of from three to J (1$I 80ut' Tallahassee K.n.. .
agreement !
and to-
call on the private schoolprtpcip.l t o Provision, Clause m.mln. b .,, with the
om- tenements
spring .until.l.te..umm.r. and 'pro- claims he had with the, governor on verify a child's or ,be held un. three until hrdltannnts and S. '
duce. A fair crop If t condItIon are the question of- his resignation. I Bee. I. Oa.lon.1 .' .. Act..h.I' that fact by the B.Lw.and to ke altsrable Dated this June .ppurt.n..DCe. : a
at child required .h within stated. Tb* Offlo A D ll.HILTON
favorable.. The health officer asserts,.that he.,. public public school.n und.rtb. pro ;. aftecj or destroy any Clauseor other of the .lmit. and Treasurer may PEDJR '"

If planted broadcast, about fire agreed .to resign provided T.raf this Act. amounting to not Provl.lon In, and beheld by the same person. KRIBBS..Special'AKERMAN Master* Ch.not. -

pecks of seed per.ere should be or would also 'insist upon the resignation .more, than four days unexcused '*.baence of Invalid, but the r.maIDln. '-o The annual meeting-of the stock Solicitor Complainant.
used. If In any school month, shall notr.ndeF shall b* In fore holders of this shall be 11.1tI'
planted Inrolrs.; about 'two of''ChasT. Frecker. of Tampa>> ,,1 wlt"oa' heldon, the CorJ.Uol in Marchof

pecks' la. iuf ct.nt.: ., Planting broad. as chairman of the board'.of;-health. person "any p.r.nt guardian control or other or 5.0. II.that. All so laws Invalidated.or parts, of laws. each year, at which time the Board .NOTICE) OF; MASTER' SALJB.

Cut '. Preferable where .the crop is The governor failed to do this and chare of such eu.tof' to a.. ,of, In conflict with th* provisions of this shall 4Directors b for the .1I.uln. year I' tinder and virtu of a decree of ',

ijot to be cultivated but where It is I Dr. Cox insists that-he will ,continue the penalties "ct,. ,Act b* and the same '.ar*. hereby re. In*;, the* .Iete"olowlnl shall meet electthe loreloaur. an'Bale ,entered on the.
i Bee. 4. .. In pealed Dr..tor. .
desirable .to .cultivate the peas.ohox-ld i as health officer in spit bf ,the fact< charge of any The public principal abI.h.1 or keep Sec It. Thl Act shall tak effect ofller. .of .. for tb..n.lln :IIOtb Circuit of ..n..ry.the A. D ni.'Judicial la the

be. planted In 36-tnch rows. that The governor has notified the;'an. accurate 'record .t.ndance .imediatelyupon; Its passage and Until the .ffto. to be. electedat :Circuit of Florida In' and for Oeceola '
After many teats with Various. comptroller that .he must pot sign and non-attendance of .1 ..nroU.d .prpval by the Gvernor. or, upon Its the annual In the year 'County, In Chancery In a certain.

SmlltlV the FloridaEorirnent any more'vouchers for salaryor expense ,v In the school'. which he or. .becoming a law hie'.pprov.1 D. ItSO ehall <'be ,qualified the .A cans. threln p.ndln. wherein Mary.
eh isin charsr.' and shall make Approved 11. A. Ssfford was .
re and Arthur ,
.un. UI. ness-ef. the corporation shall be eon -
Station '
has tie Iron and in the name of Dr.' Cox..: port of
non-attendance' any child : ducted by .the B. Donearan. Armlata B -
...:r 'Brabham give irood results a* far as ::The tate 'health officer nnfndth *- to the Attendance Officer on FridayS AW' OaOIIAI'IC'' President and ofllc.rl Walter C. B.. Waalev .'1 B .
,,0} yield of hay and '' week 'during- the'school .S -* Holmes Company were Respond
/ t under law is
seed is he
concerned appointed for a ..too/other with ,th*. reason,, t.r, .An J Ordinance Limiting the Speed cf .ohn.ton. P. I shall offer for-Sal* and shall -.
and as these. varieties have the ad' full term of four years and that he .Is known ,to ..Id. principal or teacher Vehicles on the Thoroughfares of S.cretarr-W.. -. .. publlo- outcry to the highest -

vantage of being somewhat resistant nrotected against removal.ex cent un- The, certiflcate-of any teacher falllnir the City of Klsslmmee, and ,Pre r BOARD OP -DIRECTORS .' and best bidder for cash at the Court
tcr to keep such record and .crlbln.Traffic Rule on Broadway. JAMES M. JOHNSTON., House door. at
root-rot .conviction (
they on mal- such
are preferred to on the chage: ; ''f ma' KI..lmm. Jorld.
report BY THB
., may be revoked b. Stat COUNCIL ( 0P.. duringthe Ural
other varieties: For making hay it feancor. misfeasance in office. SUperIntendent! of Public' Instruction ,--oP THB CITY OK KISStUMBB... ( W. S.-GARRET' Monday the Tth day of Ju1 A.

He will 'c.rry, the governor's action of such Section 1. No person shall operate ARTtCLJ: S. .. ItIS the same being a Issjal sale d.n
into the ourts., I I.n.or drive anyvehicle Inany street, at- 'I. This shall adopt a .1 that'certain tract, parcel or piece.
I,XnatfuctftiWi County Board' ot hleyavenue or other thoralfhfar. ,of'I I.proper seal and shall adopt?.b-I...... land In the County of Oseeola
>" .ach Count Pabl',, they City of .. a *, Of for the government of its not Stat of Florida In said.ant -
I DR. BUCKMASTER I Ir .uthorl..d 1 speed greater than Is d..crlb 4.
1 I. preferrable to plant tre latter and directed to 'appoint or Inconsistent with. Its ere as rlow., -
part one or more Attendance safe having resard; to eI law* of the Stat of Florida whIch Lot of Cap Bretseae- -
of June or even up to July 15. so that .iuHb.' necessary. for the *aUhfur5! tions of traffic location and safety of by-law may be- amended altered or cording toRichard H. Ludlam and
the of the of the public. But In no case shall the the manner .provided In Oeorn M.-'UacDonough's Plat filed In
crop. may grow during. the rainy pNvl.lon. this Act
"a to ... rat of speed exceed. II :: the
hour of of the Clerk
r season and be district or terri mi. per' ralI.I. lc of the Circuit .
! KISSIMMEPSOSTEOPATH / ready harvest after torI' to be under the .upsryislon of.on Broadway and -SO per houron ARTICLE T" CoOr saidCounty on the JOth day
the summer ''rains are over. However Attendance Officer or Ofneers any other thoroughfare. In ,cros- amount of Indebtedness Aacu.t A. D. Ill I,, and ,
where it is desirable to plant early . to 8. the compensation of sAid< .Ine streets. and turningcorners more ''to. which this corporation may public records reorde

; they be planted at time Of. fleer> or Officers for th* ordinary car and dlllsrenc shall .t anr> time .ubJet Itself, shall notexceed County In M.t Book 1. past 4t. .
may any .ctU.I, employed -. in the pet1dutl b* exercised to maintain proper con. the of Its authorlssd Terms : Cash' purchaser to
after May 1. Most varieties of cowpeas -/ r n"I said compensation'iT" trol of said vehicle In orderto' pre- capital stock vis: 110.000.00.'ARTICLE pay, for titi*.,.
to be th .vent accident. vehicles .. MILTON
are quite susceptible to ro"ot-( County SchoI "I operating 'PLBR
Fund. neemed on Broadway use theHelit hand 1. ,.'lb.names and residences of the Special Master ,
knot. and this advisable > < . I
for by ,
STATE BANK BUILDING reason farmers the COunty Board of Public Instruct side -of the street and 'at all times subscribingIrieorporetor*, together V. B.IIT"RRUCK . ... .
hesitate to plant them in vegetable tlon, any Supervisor or Trustee of, the wooden with the amount -of Capital StocksubscrIbed Solicitor
, fields around peach orchards or schools within the .o ri"Jtctt "'-vlaoed at the U-. by ..c. are a* fellows: 'l.ft
Phone No. 162 where pointed a. Attndan dfnceV'or Oi streets. SUBSCRIBED BACH INCORPORATOR :
they to other i1OICI"
grow fi4ers. The. County Board of Public 8Cton person violating any 'PERSONALLY "BOI..
crops that are more .or less subject 1 Itistruction .' hereby "- authorized W .f provisions of this Ordinance. -- -" -NUMPER I. Court .Cesmty J.dg '
to root-knot. remove.any Attendance Officerhb hall upon conviction b* fined net exceedlns NAME! ADDRESS SHARES. Cew '**** *t VtoHda.. -
,t.lla to perform his duties ; Ten Dollars or Imprisonmentnot James M. Johnston. .. . ,. = In ,,.r*> E.tateof Andrew .C. ,
herein .
If weevils have eaten out the .cen: , pre5Oribod. 'e..e.dlnc days,'or be punished Fla. ...._-,..........__.....Elrht --
: '\ ter of the pea, in all probability the !I I.-See. 5. 'purlnsr the month of .Iv., One and Imprisonment a P Oarrett. Klsslmmee, FIs _. _Ons To all Creditors. Legatees blstrlb- -
seed germ h..' been destroyed.. In In- each and every year. It/ shall J'a. In th* discretion of the mayor W' J Steed-KisslmmeeSTATBT OaL ...teesand-4l5-P.rson.-havislg ClatmsT -

.> that case. It will notsprout For duty pointed 01"und..rJrf-..t.od.-f".U.. of-S.etionLt.kll Ordinances In ::A :tnCr.o'tt.r be' 0. FRID' ._.. Tou.or Demands and each against of >o ,

thlsieslonltis[ important to see that *-ct to an accurate d & the same Is .. .. . of Osepola. notified, and required 'prevent any -
the seed is sound and free from wee- trlplct., of all the cen.u..It. .-Read a first time In open TO AlL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: claim and demand which FO or I
vils. fne of seven and eighteen and by unanimous consent placed.Ion B* KNOWN that< before me the either of may have ,Sb. '-
Cowpeas will make a good In the territory or-district In .i/on second reading and ". Notary.Publlo In and for estate of po' .Cotterman.Ine "
; .
.' growth on average land that is well he '1. acting-; the aald census to Whi', *'It., unanimously_ ......fnal. -passas" th.. .$tat* of.Ftorldahavhtiga-' ._1. ed' late of County. Florida. to> '
drained but on sour land that.Is.sublect --, the'nam._ age-and--dat-of- aKAL ''1i. and dsly authorised ; under the lawsof the> undersigned 'AdmlnlstratHx of
HOITMAN. M.D.: 'Sad distance M' BRE"KER said State to administer oaths andtake
. to'Overflow one can ] from the nearest schooC. President of .alctat.witbintwo rears frornth. -s
h.rdly-ex-I of each day per ,
*i"dV the school grade Attest .cknowl.d..nt.Ul. *,
OCUUST AND OPTICIAN oed to get a fair'crop unless the pleted name of the parent eq. .1. 'B. GILBERT.. City Clerk. M Johnston.O. . .Dated May Ith ''A.' D. Itlt -
Examined surface water can guardian or other person having th. this Kth A. P. Garrett and W, J. 8t. to me BLIZABBTH. -
Eyes escape. of June
by a Regular ADDrV.d day CEIUAN.
Rer- . custody control ch.rc. of .ach D. known. and known to b., the I'.t. .\ ..'
Ish,.. PhsicUn.GUasee children with th oC poetofflc addrMk W. .:. "Individuals, described In and who executed ,
- Fitted. th.r"ol; -.nd on or before the flrt 1-1t BEED. .Mayor.-- I.. th. lor.colnl Proposed Charter lOC"Or-AD"II'IIrTOa'' -,
ADVERTISEMENTS I of July of each and evorv vear. 4 who apn .ckno..l..c.d __
? Broken LeaaDnplleated.. I copy thereof shall b. Sled C.JOCI.T CRjOIORaI. ,each .,that he "j t
- I,County Superintendent of -wrUt..Ho C..ty. tymtr,.f : .01. foresrolna. Proposed Charter freelyand I.. Coejr County. JsidsT '. '*f. .,
28 W. Charon St. Orlando Fla. COMPULSORY SCHOOL ATTKMDANCB : struction copy with the Fier" the uses andpur-. n.e. Oeeela C-. ..

: LAW.. I perintendent. of PUblo"Stat!8 .!. veR *te .f Jeba> B.'Glaraer. poses therein .PW 1REOF I have ,
tion and one cop be To all Creditors. eitatees, flsitlbutes5 WITNESS I. s.e Estate *f 111 O. TtuISotlee'l.
hereunto hand and official
1 set
O. F. KRIBBS - / A. AKKRMAN ANCj ArJEol : -child a -ern. Ha'lnC ,seal at Kisshrnmee. said County and .
no over sixteen It .
may ,
for years of that the Slth
age or against !
W.: :. STEED School Attendance In th* State of,under compulsion to attend .choL''f-, T' Dman.. of you' .1.t't.' ... I Stat' *. this ISth day .01.uO.. ,4D., of conc.r. .- Itlt. I shall .. hY. -
RIBBS AKERMAN AND Florida of All Children Between I'| 80. 7. It shall be the _;.notified and required to csent. ,I* ?0fnclal > RHEA the Honorable T M. Murphy. Judge of
STEED Certain I Ages and RequiringBvry.,Attendance Offlcr to serve a'notlc ,.claim demands -which ,you anll'I Bat State PHERIG aid Court as JUdge of Proba.. for '
/ Attrm>ey* and .*_ at I w.Klaslsssse Parent Guardian; : or Other Person* upon any ...r.nt guardian or otherS either ant .. may have, against the i 1 Mv .. Publo .. September. my finaldischarge as'-,
*. Fl...... Havingthe Custody, Control or person of' *.t'J.. ,01 John B. Olarnerdeceased.. 'i ts. is-ie of. the estate A* Kmllv T.t. -
Chsrg of Children toSend Such charge of any child : been al>-!Llafe of OcI. County. plrI.ia, to the ceased t>and that at the twill "
3e-JersJ praetlc In all Stat*and Halted Children to School: to Provide for sent Iroc school In of the'' .. .. nf unit NOTICE *-t.-CATIOlC' FOR'- present to said Court.m.'trii..-
State* c.ur*.. the Mean of Enforcement of prl'0".of' this Act cause said! Jwlthln two years from the date here t. .DOWER.. . counts .. ;administratrix to said eetf te.-
and Penalties for Violation eJld! to attend school asherein nro-S> Dated June. ISth. A. D. and ask for their approval .t '
- Th.r.of.T _. I ; and any parent "uardl.nor MART ELIZABETH lit. Dated A. .
w. B.: Crawford Lee Jarre.] Be It Enacted by toe Legislature- - or .other'' person having the' custody, con. T-tt OLRNER ; To' Who'It May Concern f x Aprl1lre, T. D'UI. , '

CRAWFORD it the State of Florida: I trol or chare of any child who. upon E".oltrlZ Notc. hereby given that the un, ', S
: JARRELLAITORNEYSATLAW from Inoxlc* herein provided for being Elisabeth Cotterman wid "
Section 1. That and after July served 4erhrD.d
I| *n him her, 'Ot(1 Or FOR LBTT- ..... Cotterman, late of Oeoeola '
or falls to APPLlCTIOl
1. Itlt. very-pa***>t, guardian- - -comply wlttr NOTICE ..
er person having citizenship within the provisions of this Act. shall b PATIII'IT.ANO' INCOHPOBATIOKI. CountyJ Btat of Florida, d.. T DILIlQVl1 .TAX

Offlcesi 6, and 7 CtUMU the Stat of Florida having th* cue- deemed guilty of a. mlaem..norJ-nd.! ,. ceased. In the Court of the -
U tody control or charge of any childor ,npon trial and cnvlcUon >y n-_ County --Juda-e. of Oscsola. County. ,-
Building children within the 8t.t..r Florida any Court of . haying Jurisdiction -'.TO AtX, WHOM IT MAT CONCERN State of Florida a petition 'to asslgnwidow's At .resnifar. 1..UII" ;of 'the "City.*
&iesbeei. Florid between the ages of seven andslxte.n of ml.d.m..anor shall be NOTICE IS HEREBY., GIVEN th.i: dower out of the ,estate of Conci held on'' day oMay.-
both Incluslvs, shall fined not Dlar. for: th* < will the said Andrew Cot..n.deceased' Itlt, (h,., followingresolution
apply to
the _ _ each offense, and und.r.I'n" and-thaton the July A, wss i Introduc.d,
cause or children to attenda upon re and ad
State ,
f.lur. of Florida ,.unanlmouily.
DR. W. W. CARSON public or private school each year fusal to pasuch fine, the day of A. D. Kit foa on D.,. 119. the Uldenlln.eI', will. apply oPt.ell". : _____
for a term or, period of not less than guardian or other person p.r.nt Letters. J',11. S to the & K ,, Judge ltl.Haj i
DfcNTTST substantially the number of day the !|custody control or chars of said GUA1AfTEE'jjTLE COM-the of ..ldCourt to a ,wrltto- th* B."lt' 1e.olv.d. that all'''delinquent

Office Pill. public or private school which said child shall be Imprisoned not exceed- OSCOL. the following 8h.rlr County commanding; taxpayers! property. b* notified
ever BnQdiiic child attends Is held annually In the Ins dye days for each offense: Pro- charter copy of which Is on fll .ammo"i commissioners If taxes are- paid within the next sixty
Offle. Hovrj1I. 1- I district In which the school Is locatedor .vlde that upon conviction for any 'office of th.'Seer.taryof Stat rrpo..eI cordln. to law ''Who' < shall allot days a redaction _ _
M .e 'P ... US Rldn.. 'n_* II In which such child or children may or.. 'sentence may upon pay- Stat of petitioner her dower Interest cent 'of the due fr '_ _
Oae AdmUilstered for atraetlra .* reside: Provided that any child i,mnt ., be suspended until the This th"lordL''dar of June A. D. In said I eitate at which time all years prior t o 191T will b* mad from- -
Teeth be taught by parent or g-uardlan maya], conviction of the same parson Itl 9.t Itb ; persons Interested In said estate.whether the accrued penalties.{ Ti City CJerka ''_ _
written authority from tbe County I I 1..ono| similar offense and that each ; JAMES M. a* cr..ltor. heirs at law or hereby directed to -
day child remains. from .OHNSTON next of kin. In objection quent taxpayers by' a personal
Superintendent, of Public- Instruction away school O. P. _ _
LtWISATTORNKTATLAW naYAIl of the County -In which they reside J/I/.ft"r i ..rYle of notice by th*- Attend. W, J.;OARRITT. If any they have. to th* granting plthe and also to v advertise, same la local _
the County Superintendent/ Public ,.ne Ollcr. as herein provided. unless 'of said Pttion. paper. -
grounds for ... Ith. A. J.: R. -
Instruction belnr hereby authorised .Cpro.- PROPOSED CHARTER rrr.r. .-OlBIRT. -
to arrant such permission only incases |ivlded for-by this Act ...Iat shall 'con. OF i CERMA I..t. e ,
_ _
-, stltue a separate *
of necessity which permissionshall subject .
WaringBnfldlnir.' not extend for a period of time the- offending; person to penalties ac- OSEOL OtARAHEB ft c... II.ft I'IOCI' or. KL.BCTIO1V. '1

, beyond the end of the current school oordlns'ly. All fines collected under Th undersigned hereby' associate ,
year and In .cases where each authority the provl.loa .f'-this Actsh&lI' be, themselves together for the purpose :. MATBRBSALE., _ 4 In emplac." Ch PtO -
>a4 Xeejteto. 9. P. darroet paid .. County School of. beoomlnKIncorporated under Laws lltt
Is granted the said child shall report Fund of the NOTICE Iir."y'clv.n
the lawa Ms hor.b given that under that an electionwilt b '
to" the County Superintendent of Publlo County Jnwhich collected. of the Stat of Florida and under *
IoaNsroN&cAnnT: Instruction or some person dela-nat- Bee.- (< ltshal&.be the duty i''each'' the trms, of --the following charter and by virtue of a Final Decree dated UnIon Center. Oseeola County. Flor -
ed by him. for examination' In the " appointed under- .' *:. ARTICLB 1. -u the Stnd* day of May.'A. P. 1$15 j In I. in_lpel.{ tax School lD.trc No, ,
-ATTOBNETATLAWOfIoe.zo.1i.d.1 the case of -The' Waters 4k CarsonGrocery .
work covered least twlo* a yearand this Act furnish 1. The nam* of this corporation June ,.tl. . the Principal halt bo O8CBOLA OUARANTEB Company,1 a Corporation for-th-purpos of determining- -
or teacher In
: Superintendent.of charge of
; qtlMtu Be.tkiCteeimsi If the school within TLE -COMPANY. < Curry and Curry. shall . ,as school trust *. of said
' '"-.I.. Public In.tMletion ; shall c A determine any the territory or "> -- .u.T. I' Viol C .n. *
4- ,'I P.-- . ,I "f after such exanirfat on., that any. ,child 'trict for which the Attendance Officer- S S. .Th* principal /omc".n4' place .' and, Charles' and district the two years next after _ _
. ; ;:. **. Fla. .\ ha*,not bn-properly tauitht h*, *hallrevoke Is appointed wIU..I.t.of the,names/ of ' Tow..f.Caroline- *-H. .*Oowrhle---'wlfej-' -defendants theslection.- and th.'numb r of" "
th Circuit mills of _ _
authority the parent ortuardlan of all who S Klsslmmee, o.ol. County. ,! pendingIn districtschool'tax tolev- -
the .11ern' tl.trlc .. Court' of th-.'SeventhJudicial led and '
teach such child and .hallrequire should I'i.rida.-and b.ln. conducted collected fo the -. two
.t.nel &
A.- said "parnt of guardian ,b... See.-. :; Attendance Officer ap-' elsewhere Stat of Florr circuit C..r of '-th-Seventh" Judicial years -r -

ingth* custody, control or charge ofd.hildt.cae poI.tsdbeder"the provisions of this/'Id..may, .. b*' ,'necessaryor'coay.n.'. Circuit Oaeeola. State sf-Florida. In and Th... .folo..ln..r'appla"C..t. act _
: Act Is hereby authorised fer County.In C""ery. the Ira
saidIhIl4. to .at to aDler.for .t a .Itont'
..,. as Special .. '. In Hllllard.', -
; school for the purpose of assisting Ita'th --I! S ''C > AhTOJ' und.rel..4. Itffpector;
tend a publloor private proper I 1. of tile vast sell at pjnblle Fred Harvey, -Clerk.- -1 _ _
: remainder of the said-ehol '.arl enforcement of this Act., any office, Te C..r wil outc. : :
ORRIOJIi1RELLS'! the be '. .. Don .
other factory or business houe.of neespany transacted 'by .14 >Com. to the by order of tbi Board f Pub
and If anyparent the guardian control.r or t.r whatsoever fore the/purpose/. any na-of.aseertalnlnv ,; shall. b*' as ,folloWsr ., der. band 4,door of. the CourtHouse lic tn.trc'lol In and for the County- '__ __ __
person having custody To make searches, p In Ki.sirnmee. Oeceola' County of sift .
whether ,
to or not child oceo. "
child shall '1'.11 oom- any :
of.7 .f.
charge 'nation andabstracts of to legal boa of day .
during D.
t,- Snp.rintsndent or children are lobtf.a Florel. ,
nty wHth thsjorder of the CouII el role or "plo.4': and and forms of ,? .' Wibt'BASS
; toOuarante
therein who other Monday, the 7th day of July. ; .- _
;.. : of PubliC InsTtruct hereinafter h* viSionsof .boule b an.r." pr.,, ,/and Insure nel A I.DO 1 tl" the following drb l/T 'C .n' _____ _

: shall b* liable- to penalties th.t In (lee fol- upon any school.See. Aot S: other forms of property.-and- ,.,It..t In the. 0" Co., BM,'.Board. :*f t Pub. -
provided. Provh'ed.- 10. -It I. ? .make., execute and insure* opinions. ceoU' to-wlt' _ _
s . eases ..U childrenbetween hereby made the duty. 1.1t
: certlncatea policies and contracts ofTitleGuarantee --
. of S Lot ( of : I _ _
th\ ot ....nI and"n. the Attendance In' the ter-- T.nty.fv. Prpt --
Fire, ', tile' ;Ac idcnt'and: both Incluslvs.ores shall b* ...>.* ritory. or district Oflc.r he' has'/' to buy .se1. andTitle, tnCurll.; Park ,. .m.p"or' ..nvncm' orzxBcm/' ,
convoy .'In
'rn.f.r. d. on ,,nl the office of
provisions of this Act. or- forwhich he' Is' ap- bellln.J.t (Fax
or .
fr'i'relb. mntallyorphylcally :liver the Circuit Court of Oeceola ______
child who la .arrl.IO" Ala
Any ..I..a"4 wise.dispose of. mortiras' ncomber '
HciJth,1teC1us.Uibuilt7 tbo'prp County. t..which reference '
; ;
Incareltated to.oerlor", In tease' pledire; use. manace develop I* . ".114.. a more I. Gmmrt i""t" .. .
particular .
school duties: satisfactoryproof. 'of 'a or persons vlolat-* Improve and exchanse real property ma. saidlot..' which Cs> *.
and BoiIer 1nurane:,. such Incapacity be submitted to log Sec.; the II. 'In this Act. and personal or mixed property to I.I a' d.arl"Uo' ,. conveyed to In'r*. ...C .B.CBe; -
Officers. I Attendance' Of ': proprt
the. Attendance- fleer> Issue promissory 'notes certificates ofindebtedness. Elva. A '
Rid SJmp-
' A *? Second Any"-child who has satisfactorlly appointed under th*'prpvl.lo. of this I check and other,, forms, 001L' Downingand wife by'..deedrlsted Nolle* r. hereby given* to' whom It
Lcijal fldl Executed completed th* ..eightgram! Act shell keep a attendano -'of credit and the property. of ll may.concert. that on the Mlth day -ofSeptemberv
.Bo mar school grades. as prescribed by' *' notices -served, aM 'cases pr.corporation bin *,. tb.1 Jmnuary. 1th. 11.110 the A. D. 1515. I will.apply to -
the' State Course of tudyof : this cute ftnes- Ip.14' ether -- specified herein; to' loan- 'money on fleaof the 'lf ( In the, Honorable .T. M./ Judge -u
of adopted byanr I' . .ke Court' of., O.ol. County, Jorld. of said MurlYL /
study -
Same Day Needed. Stat or a course annual note and bonds secured by mortgaaon 110. Cur .
1 county or private school-or tutor report.of th,. earn to the County real estate or any kind of personalproperty Book .No, .;* 8.14 10t.S for my . Execqtri' r; '
or .thlt qulvalnt of eh'elBhtSradeecompleted Board ', of .Publc' instruction,- ; 'tocarry on arresral; real rmlh<-- described frontln. of the estate of Iwl. Coho. de.
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In another State an$ holding blal to b* farnl.he him.-and ." and rental colleCting business ona 'St.e..t..ty' (10)ald' "-- e.a. ane that ,' I -
lon .
a certlflcste of having completed reports If required :to'act as real estate broker fom VejjiBtr(/. my final accounts as Kx -
OFFICEBaik'EuIidI.g: principalTlSrd. by theCountr'r..qu.DtY tax Kastrly W..t.rty line !.I eeutrlx Of sai.2'estats-and. for. --
: ; such signed by -the publlo I i to conduct a payln.'I.n. S". .
sad '
hh-'l' : Iturdred '
dmd f.t" .
rnstructlon.\and shaljperform their
vnderwhom comul. such c to act as Thly.I. ( approval.
j of f
' other duties legal ." line,' and [ItUt hilt ll
countr5iSfled by the County Snerint.ndent shall b* required of fact executors .drlnldraton.' 11f" Dated -
of-. Public InstructiOn nl Mm- fcy the County Superintendent 1 representative "u.tdl.n. for on Southerly line' O with'" the V SARAH A. COHOOtf. ,
.. Public. ' ' tenement hereditament and appurtenances .-' 1$- "I''m: Executrix -
,'. the Couut, In .yhlcb .aid. .r.d. 11.tracOo., .persons Irm. corpor.Uon. pnn..r .
.' ... .\'>.> any parent. 'iruardlan ',:ships and 1 thereto belong-In /
*'" l. So 'I 'ndlvldu.I. .n conn.cloawith "
p. -
-\ THOMPSON 'Any-. child who. s.rvlcssar personhavlns; the I aon-v the .. Dated .this la4 day ,>f. jine.A.. KOTICB OFF JBC1 O 1
,J. ..*cVssary for the support or asslstanCs .. trol or charge of- any child irin ;lbs/' said principal to execute ddavoenveyanees.'mortr ill*..' : : !Z.AiS'> ( .. .1 D. . .
of widowed mot .r -oPothor school attendance .- I : es '
a eompula as
: '' d.p.nd.nt ,upon said child shall .... -h./ifeet. sales and 'transfer of real and Sperlitl Vaster. In 'Chancery.KRTBB8 .' I. c.eri ; Ce .. tFIrlds ' tof person.ul/port: said depend.nsY' to .be County sBoardof, Public Instructionor /: personal property, to menace .occupy AKERHA* STEED, . Ocoopla. ). -1
d..nd.ntp.r.on' .to the and Improve property.real, personaland Solicitors Si-It.
proVen by .flld.ylt, dt the Coar.before, which a trial L Comp.n.D. :
.nd at least two otI.r .fflda- may. _be- cases of prosecution mixed b.lonlflnl to .ucb persons '" In r* K.*at* *f JSSM* W. LUlV. /
i-J'' ;\ lt-as to such dependency/b7-41.ln.: :: tinder this.Act satisfactory proof that- In their b.h.I. r.nt use and .NOTICE TO CI.DI'OR' 'Notice '* hereby rlyen. -to all whomu
-------I., \I', terestedp.rson. not related to said heor' she unaDI .fo. saidchild dispose . to do any and, thie :' It mar .the ll'day .
compl all other act* connection with these I. 'Car*>f Ceault, J I cone.rn tl.t.n '
child o? d.psndeflt.afld( such "their -to .t.n4 school, .. or ...a of lull. .. the-
randMsiatlsfaetery : necessary.requisite.. ..ezped. Sta *t, sal.14.Coart .
proof a. may be required b persona exempt from the powers. 'I. .t Honorable T. Judge
EMBALMER "'to the, Attndanc'Ofnoer allies herein' provided for the,.. pn'cut.proper., o. desirable and sgpple.pientary \ -'' *' S as H. Karphl.. for lay On- *' .
: > Pob..t.
LICENSED tavlnaauthority. to giant. exemptions.jTourth. t"ndal of such- child: and la all such to such powers a. are .p11 I. re Estat. ef rd AdssVTo' .. a* the estat'

> it', Any cfilld' between. the > .leI.chlel"- shall If.">a.. boy b*. .lied -enumerated to, exercise. such berrln powers: and as maybe S .,tees sjl.and CrsdltorLegatees.all Persons bavins IMstrlbu-Claimsor p of James W Lilly, d.-t ., tha.
-4 of 'and nine-year*. Inclusive. . said Court to the' at the same time I a
I seven 1 ,
; ages .. _ _
toth Estate4Toursnd'uactr'bt
\ i. Incident pur- Demands against ) '
Florida "olv.DI.nt .
| ;' Bter.dcbp.I.-t.wart. v I who resides more than two milesroro .IndustrialSchool for Boys : .le alaccount s.-FxecutriZ-Ot t. -
:; I .n-.ohooL-.d. anyeliidfyonr and-Jf-ar-srtrlr I o-tne'Btate Indnstrlal'-t.oor'. burtnes <> ** eorp.r.ta hereof, and ask for their a provaL <. >
ill ;;;4' .eeVri sixteen whO, .for, Olrla and tO have exercise S notlfleVl and ,eqnire4.te presentanr 1 th A. n *.t.'
I It ten to year of/bEC from r* Icho'. "or said boy or s.the.rIghtS. power. and privileges Incident claim anddemands which youor D.te February- ; -
than three mile any becommitted to . ,. CWU.DER.-
sides more .o. to ,corporatIons.' and either of have against the, '
rOHJhi" ehool. nnlB"fr/ transportaUo. "I.larnl.hecL of Correctional the current School for the remainder. 'sxistisg under .nd bl virtue' of the, estate of .you Fred Adamen.. deceased, 1.0..10.. ,- 'Bxcutrt-; +
2 .. whos.'p.rnt.auardlan . li, t.r. '" 'laws of the Stat. 01 yioitear'eitd tit late of Oscaola ,. ,- .o tat; '
Filth.> : ,Any enlld Any, .antY\-Sap.rlntd. cumulative S or. AO..rT. .
: 'herein given are olt. lOC .

: Tja.; f.l1 ..A': iustody' control*r othrpronhavlnc or. charge of, said the ent.of perform Pble'.duties required 'll.bias, and powers In addltUnilo reetlet'' or each and ..In., .L----from. the date here. ; ... -" - '

child can make Satlsfaotory proof b,, this Act .... conviction be.' no way' -c. I. JNidaT.v'Stat' *.
ARTICL.BL 1515. ca .
.11.P 14. A- D.
tI >.fstatCAl k hat' n* or- she I I.' unable to- provld fined, not .* ni". ($10.55) I I "1. Thamun\ of Capital Stock of' 1t'May- OA.ADAM01f.. C.e 'Ceesly.. .
Dollars- for. 'r .
clothlngvun- off ," ,
-__... ... v ULI.'I.upo.r' tbep.eeSsary necessary -a and clothing' J4. AlP.b notices ens'See. ,, forma .. "L and>. *' Ten. Tbou: ..t '. .-. .' r, .. Ex* ratrl . .::* se.Zip4.te.tsSsDa1iJ..A"415." .z ,

.Rbo'aailo1d.' ... .h.lrb. furnishedbysome. -Other blanka.tobused I. properly .4 0n Hundred Shares of Stock : Notice Is hereby-gives. to-all wbo .
', ; J na_.. to '..14.Child ; f lag oat tb.1Jro.lon. of 'this.rr., at *the par ...100)of- One Hundred --i. 1s1Las_U.) rt ; I .Vooncrn.. that"'n the' ltth day -

,Hoqies-'eLt, 't/' Blxth.Any, -unusual cans_ arcepta- shall be the-State 80.pelntne -' <|l0te Dollar*. *aehs and;' such stock Notice-Iq' hereby ,jrlven.. 'bat under o Set'mbr" A D. luLl shall apply,*.
bli to ti AttndanoeOfflceC for the .of, Pnbllo rand t including that,Bubacrlbed i for by the' T. M. Juofref -
JD.treo. and br'vlrine of Final In tat' H..or. .r..y.
,'.TiDI' d dT1d.oi.afe district 'In''which the school public or the eeat, : of r subscribing may b' ease of William J. De Frank: said Coa..Judge of ., '; -
I ... >rlvat*,' which i any. ehlld -1* required PbUO l..trouon' - paid for In .Inrpr.tor... or / Van Airnewand r.. Doneran, my ... as Administrator e
-' ,aos-m-1-nt& *'attend-l-located> Provided that r.. UI'eI.I.. Th* BOrd" 6f:'Public' '1.1 1 I 'Ar".r .- Circuit the estate of Sarah J. Addis d- '

?kUkd AcdeWt"bsM .. .t\ueUo" 'Of aeh. County. In.this lo.ncat .. Seventh. .Judicial Circuit 1 and that at the earn tins I
.. i-4 ..thisAct to be -published .I' I .nt t* said Court say anal aeouni* m* _ _
i 1" .of _th* ,State; et FloridaInland .-for 'e
.... .; :; 4 $ ; r. .. _. ** -i =*.* J: In fall- ',... week ... .sad a Oa County ln Chancery,the nn: Admlnltiwt* sa* :, .
'- I i 'f. wek.", !Iy. .I.beusflbea aa Special "-aster-: In?Chan. for theIr ."" '4
; IJ'; '- ... .. _t -n.wsp.p.r-lnthe Countr dli. .dt cases r .I.e ell at eutcry. for 4prfl Ia'A.'D. 150. ,,
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IJ"' EIGHT 1 THE I1153IRMEE'VILLLET. GAZETTE. .FRIDAY _JUNE '20, l tltu ______ ___ 1w ". a
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:M1SS NELlir DTWILLTTAIN, Tflsle' 'Wrton; "Nina" ''Ilrattoh"'Erin' sate: :Air 'Joyce 'Kilmer;. tie'; 'po t;, Bass; '
May Gilbert. Eleanor' Moseley; Wary says: i i Fifth' Grad. A..
HONORED. j:Simonton Lucy Buckles and ,Hre. -Poems'are.- mad. by fools' like me,I',I 1 bon Oliver Elvin Thomas,

following tracts Sam Lupfer. Jr. /If! But only God can make1 a tree." Base Rosella Caper; Vivian :
The from a I The natural beauty .of this spot Athalia. .Gifftn, Mariraret
Gainesville' paper of recent Claus will JUNE MEETING OF THE should be given a better setting. It's ..Beatrice Fair Irene Spence.
be.,of..Interest. to the friend* of Mrs: boundary walksof cement; are in a SUUi: Grade &.
1* ,D. Fain BM Miss Louis Clark, E. MISSIONARY SOCIETY condition the sides; un'channelled Rebekah Miller
who was' one of the Osceola"county I I'I'M. ''I and. over grown with 1 I Sixth 'Grade A. '

\, .h1< i"Sunday First'Methodist church held the June ''stream, in wet' weather, and slovenly Katherine Moseley.
q1 evening at aevnthlrtyrepre Literary and Social meeting at the |and unsightly at all times, ip strik-l I I Seventh. Grade JI. "
t.tlve. of the .el... of 1914 bungalow Wednesday afternoon linsr,: contrast to the next block south, Elizabeth) G. Moseley,
of the Florida State College for Women ,, Mrs J: McPhatter conducted, "an "the bear kept block in town W. Mo eley 'Janet Graves,
gathered at the..home of one of interesting program on; the Iublectof j,I As this park 'J>I old oak. trees has Rivers, Fr.1 Lupfer '
its members. Mrs. L. D.' Fain nee "Making Democracy Safe Indus been provided by' nature and given ito Seventh Grade A.
Ix>uise Clark where a very Impresaive trially.-, j II us of Osceola ,county and JCisiimlme I Theta Phay, Mary Knits, .
ceremony took place. I Mrs J. Bronson Mrs. J. L. Over-j. in particular "without money rlne '
"The clan of 1914 was the largest street, and Mrs. M. 0. Wells, read';:and without price," it seem Jittle Miller.Eighth Grade B. ,
rr that ,had ever graduated from the literature developing the subfect. i I.h.rt' of' criminal to neglect it, and None. 't. 11'A
state's 'Institution consisting of thlrI Miss Roberta Bronson a barren whichin '
rendered spend money on a spot Eighth Grade A.
)'-tour' members. Before' their departure beautiful piano number as part. of twenty< years cannot grow respectable Zelma Bronson. Winnifred : :
tram their! Alma Maters the the program. , 1 1Mrs. for and
1 shade a park moreover nlnir. Katherine ; (
members of the class drew up anelaborate' er-W. Griffin and Mrs. M: 'fflV: of priv.t.prop sty'to which'1' Brown. McKay .
,y will' one of its provisionswas1 Millerwere? hostesses during the so-j nether the county or city, has any High SHiont, :
that a -certain'silver loving cup cial hour which followed the' study 1 J claim.: ;' Of course the owners are First Year-Dorothy' Miller, ; :;,
should 1 be, held in cuatpdy for the' and served delicious: daughter born to any member Of the punch and assorted cakes. I I improved at''the city's expense, but Emily Sanderson. :
class. The treasure has been.won by ,
,its Second -e'I'-Dorothy'
Improvement claim. to
? little Nellie DeMilley Fain, the three HAS REACHED PERIOD WHEN lit, and must be-without convRysno prejudice to Frances Krits.Thjrfye 1, i ;
months old daughter of Mr. and Airs. the ownership. No individual .of a "r Huth Campbell
." D. Fain it this occasion I
L. an4 was Upon
prevented in + .sane and mature mind would spend ith "Mi'ler. Louise' Hess, !
that the
cup '
Editor Xiisimmee Valley.. Gazette, his own money- in building on another ver. Aloha. We tfan. .
q) due form 'ceremony .
; man's lot. Should be Fourth YearNone.COUNTY
j not one .
The pre.ldent'of the class. called Kissimmee Florida. I'
of Dear Sir 'The writer like most even more careful 'in spending the I :
i1 for the child and in the presence : ,
of the of dancing! in the money of others? A '- '
the parents and assembly read anA opponents r : .
i Th court house nark asks but lit.
the old will concerning recent discussion in your columns Washington
extract from County
,. > the disposal of the cup.' She filled.has l long since passed that period .in. tie of art;, nature has done so much tion Merker Rrass plots1.' doing
the cup with wine and surgested that life, when dancing ceases to be interesting for it, but that nttle..wlselyppJled. all cases, and promises 'to be
each member wish gift for the first and therefore has no personal ,would well repay its grantihg. In ner with those trying it out J
:. \ [addition to its beauty it is the coolest t
daughter of the 1914 class. The cup interest in the question but he, year. Demonstrators planting
'was passed'and an abundance of love, in the interest of public decency, _desires place in town on a hot summer ler grass report very '
beauty health, and happiness was, to move Jhat the debate be afternoon .always a breeze from the stands. Oats crops was
; wished on the wee maiden. The president , closed. .t.I lake up south Vernon avenue ly I fine. Five boys were
presented the cup and Mrs. I I He Is surprised and shocked at theintimacy .I Sad hond nil, 'it belongs to us. toe potato 'cltib.last week. ) >> ..t
( shown writers, ministerial of Osceola: county and necessarily of. Holmes""
Fain resnonded.r M by i County: Oats crop J
Then the class grumbler grumbled and feminine in 'the revolting'Kissimmee, as the r'.ster.ars includes never better. Corn growing* 1
because Mrs. Fain.who is already details of life in the "nether half- the less CIVIC PRIDE. and is in. better condition 1.e
fortunate 'n having a hundsome.nns-! world." of the cultivated crops. '
};and and a beautiful child; should be I I "Evil be to him that evil thinketh. ROLL OF HONOR. good stand of peanuts. .

r riven a beautiful: loving cup, while Is it not probable that more harm The following pupils of the Kis the pig club on the increase, ;
her" less fortunate bachelor sisters has been done in this discussion by simmee public schools. have not been plications comlnala one !;
W(T? entirely left nut. j i[:planting evil thoughts in. the 'mindsof |absent or tardy during the month cently. All of these were ";; r',
,,! The class prophet of 1914 prop- those who will "indulge, in the ending Pune 6, 1919. and have made neighborhood.Brevard ';.pr.;
?,i nhesied a brilliant future for Miss dance than would have been done by ,.average of ninety per cent or County: Carlot I --- "
-Nellie-DeMiUp Falt4 and hearty>n- years of dancing without .this__dis=;lmore-ln- with not less of peppers being made., A ; ;
frratDlations l were offered, nnj eac'1 cussion. (Ithan eighty-five in any subject and canvas of the apiarists in the :
i one held the baby. READER. not less th.ft. ninety-five in deport finds them anxious: to form ,
'+ The father of the baby was made \ gsnlsation. It is planned. to .-
a nn honorary1 member of the class on MOTHERS'-TEACHERS CLUB went.Firs'Gfe.. C.t 'on June 14.- -'

this occasion. He has recently returned . I Earle Lamb John Phay\\, Billie V Marion County: The ,
f. from .France, where he servedlieutenant SOCIAL. Partin :J. J. Griffin Russell Swain, is being marketed in car
; as with the American James E. Lupfer, Albert Rogers, cantaloupes being shipped : :.
Because af Inclement weather the
orce.. Farmers report satisfactory I'
Clifton Oliver, Harry B.. Dale Wil
1\ social announced for last' Fridaynight for
liam' Prather Richard Joseph these crops.Some green
Hartnett. -
MISS CECELIA OVERSTREET was postponed. It; will be given Jeffords, HazelMiller, Hermone ing offered in the home ,
at the Chapter House next Wed- corn and other .
Miller Lot Peaks. Alta Rl Over- crops looking
f : ENTERTAINS AT DINNER nesday night, June 25th. I Leon'Connty: Oats fine.
v. Matilda Dietz crop
street, ,
,, The public in cordially invited to Louisa Muller Lois Whidden. Margaret of the crop was cut in the :
i .. (Written for last week..) attend. Mrs G. W. Best, Sec Whidden- .. stage, and is-bein<< used for ;
i Miss Cecelia Overstreet was a. .
I First Grade B.
m t. ,charming hostess on Monday even- OF. INTEREST TO SHIPPERS j)I Alice Bias, Lucile Gilbert MabelPansier I COUNTING BY.'

ing, entertaining at her home with a Washington June 12.-While Vie Eleanor 'Joiner, ;Lon Tyson, On the' 15th day of
J seven, o'clockkeour.e dinner, given in I Cummins' Bill regarding the government Walter. 'Jones: Raymond Dayson-,' 1:56 p. m., in the year 1915
: t honor of Misses Lillian Prentis, Ella control of railroads was before Lindsey Driggers William Lassiter. Motor Company cast 'the one
May .Gilbert Ruth Clark and ..LouiseThomaaon. the Senate today Senator Park Oswald Falls, John Driggers Gerald lionth Ford Model T Motor,
I,. '-. I('Trammel! offered, and the Senate Croxton, Nolan Bratton Clay -Whal- ous power plant of the ,r
The table was ]lovely with its color agreed to Senator Trammell's amend- ey Henry Barber Haley Duke, Paul car. It marked a great
01. scheme of :yellow and white, and ear, ment, provldinathat the Director Joiner. when 1,000.000 motors had
I Tied cut flowers wherein daisies .pre General of Railroads shall pay judg.I \ First Grade A. consecutively\ without a
dominated, combined- with :yellow ments based on claims: prior to gov-4 1 Annie Lee Bass Eva Cooper, Bessie breadth of change from the
streamers.' Tiny hearts were the ernment control and charge same Johnson Florence McCorquendale: design '

31 t' suggestive place cards. against the compensation accountsdue ,Velma Wares Margaret Partin, Carl I On April 8th, at 1:30 p. m.,
Miss Cecelia's: guests were Misses the railroad involved. /(The Sen- Clark Le Verte Bass, Herbert,-Bass, year 1919 the Ford Motor prea'i
+ Lillian Prentis.. ; Ruth Clark Louiseunit ate also agreed so the amendment Cecil Yates George Lamb. cast the three millionth
y' Mss 4 44 44444444440H-- provides that no intra State railroad Margaret Yates, Emil Duke. Howard , same in every detail
I,rate shall be increased without at, Falls, Lannie Woodall. Elizabeth Change of hair's bredth-in .
a' ; least thirty days notice to shippers I Steffee. Shirley Smith ''Alma Shu- ticular as the first Ford
FOR SALE! I Iv and a chance for them, to be heard man Lillia Hammack, ,Ethel Jones., motor, that 'W.. cast. ,

upon the proposed, increase, Second Grade A. one piece .mechanism. cast,
f '. Both of these measures are of Richard Regero, Al. ,Rogero Billie ter the other without a
17 Dead' Cow Ponies much interest to' the shippers and ,. Hyatt Clifford Chapman Herbert certainly about as strong '
'should greatly benefit' them. ' Breaker, Henry Bratton 'Ruth Joiner perfection as 'It would be : :' : ,:'

'r Practically all stares, 3j and 4 I Louise McLean Helen] Rogers ftonceive.; : Already now more
TO EMPLOYERS. Agnea- Ordas,. Edna Williams Almon 3,000.000 Ford care In daily \ i '
year old. Page and more then 3,000,000 alone ; ) I .
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$65.00 Each Employers can secure engraved citations Third Grade B.. ing this famous, ,Model] T : / ;; : .,
k' by u.urinathe 'War and Ella quirk Nonan Graham, Stan' plant. .
'F< O.. MotrUton, Flo. Navy Departments" that J.hq..will., !ley| .cba >man,', Harry" Lee Swain <'" A. further pressing fact is. !
gladly reemploy everybody that for Gettice T{',,er, Foster Hankins, Geneva there is not'a day in the past
| .A.! '.,M.. [ ( &CO. j ; merly worked with them and left to BoW n. ?Jennie Schilder, Man: years when the .Ford Motor
: enter the navy during ,the telle Lane. Mabel Ware/Mary Yates, pany has not been more.than
: . ...... .. ..i. ... ...... Great .War.. Address ,- Alberta :'BronsonEllen, 2elgler,. cars behind orders for '
COLONEL"ARTHUR WOODS. Josephine>Griffin. livery, and the output at the ; J :: : :

,J, Assistant' to.. the Secretary. of War, Third Grade A. Lime is In'excess of 3,000 e
Washington, D.. GAPLEAI"OR Evelvn Paulk.. Geneva RobeisoaJohn chi. Y.. \t. '
iGfeiRcslaiiranUUnier: .T'Lesley: Charles Tyson',Eu'- .. r E ( :
I -,.THLiro.". ',- nnIa.-.oliveri-Fnnklift-Ed1'ardcr: 'SAYS-BOLSHEVISM.,IS THE : ;
Mary .Steffee Harris
? Virginia Alice '
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COURT;.HOUSE' PARK Barber , ", '. RESULTOF : '
McCraaii'a ,
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...* Fourth Grade B.. -- */ f :
: Editor 'Valley'Gasettej,. , 'i ,Sallie Story.. Clara Ledbetter, i (Continued from Page One) : !
New'aoageaieat' On the corner of the Dixie HlghV' Louise, May, Edwin Barnes, Herbert,. much as";workers'need Joba.- '
wa.nd South Vernon avenue, Schweikart. Charlie. -Thomas.Rich, *', Uen ,should have to. buy a
AtWITH"nS: .Immee has a natural park of XU-I ard. Holtsclaw. '- . ? - i I(work. Besides,, too many ..
r . old Uve'.Ookl. The extreme .Fourth Grade A.. ,. v- 1 I(I superintendents foremen
_ dignified' and majestic, ,, of ,this. Frances'' Bailey r. .Marion. ,GravesEthel /.men'through, agencies get a '
one of best residence sections Joiner.' the ''
fee tnemselves--and :
; of the city, and directly on the line of' Fifth Grade.', aJulia .. .. 1 I find1 means to> fire one,,worker ; : ;u5
M.;.;.I,;:.Jq, DDG IS, ,ff" he; Dixie Highway, is not sufficiently -I' Ledbetter. :Minnie Hudson .der'' to have a.share of his \
1 appreciated as an' asset of value Tina Schilder.'Ethel: Owen.Christine1Hay. ; :I sor's fee. It..ia both unfair ,, : '14
beyond the power of man to 'dnnli- I ;
Catherine Penning.. Bentriee worker: 1 and it' 4* highly '4an ,
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.. fortb."wh
!, .. country to put the /
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t'" .. J ter,i back on the old basis : : 1'.
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.; : men a factory, .. ; i
.' , ( -, ,. every !five Jobs' Last winter I
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. '. sixty 411' seventr negroes'and :
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: did share
my of \
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", .( \ I,, . \ ...."'... ._ we,all kept,our eyes:.on the : ,
.' ",, ',.... J'-'l.7.. , !!; ..... . _'\" where a laborforeman was : .
,, .,. . .: '.;' -06." .. ''pear In"'order to pick.'out, not ; : "
, ;.., t. .. ;' :-, ,.'. '.. than three or "four of, us. ''A '
.'.I' .. :'. .. ..; watched the tie '
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.. word.-it too serious ''
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. ,'' ,; ...'. .,. ,".. ". ,.\, \ ...... ..' besides each'-of ,us was ) ; ; ,
'' ""*' : < : with, the ,other' But after \ : ; ,
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'. 'W' 'k'o.1: : sj ? :t; r four, had been picked,'
g "f : Are, YourAssocjaes. [ : ,. have beard'the cun"J' .you'- ,/' '. : :
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'. ..' '.. , "This is a bell of a notev! I
s:. '' .4 iii eu .,.J, ,, '.rO\Il., '.... ,." 4 'r. walked,this Whole G,D-city: and : ;
". : t . .. .< : :-'t. ped at every,place and there al 1 ,
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E :m"C,,Connections..n ' .'/' '''. "1 to' 'Id publicans, and I have /heard ; ;
WheD'J'o, .feud ,t ,man.a, deck dnwu :on 'your,.; :.., .j' I'' t" lone: argument placing, it on \

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., L.i ;'rf:::' ployment'' offices where' skilled :
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ami-skilled JobsTwere.offered :
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