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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: February 13, 1920
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: VID00946
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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Lieut.'Colt' :: ;; W. J. Barden, u i1 1(* : ;Adjourned: '

1c 0 ENEDONMONDAY *.ted.State. Army Engineer corps, !0 'PROVIDENCE: MAN : :' OF CIRCUIT COURT '
Half, Doxea",Meiwi"Were D sad ,
f 0 with headquarters in Jacksonville .... .
\ *' :" who n held. a hearing here |* 1 I Were Net. Ea..... U Attendance ...;.....;... r
r,tjadfe C 0. Andrew< sWrreceed- *' last week In' connection with 0. P.' Newts' TeDa.f.n. WendertOf Baal e.i s.--\t: : WUct :Election. T. Make Pne..taf.i.R.t..muApr -< A*. .PrecaBtieeutfy, Measure //Against' -'"'.

i lacs In 17Judicial'Ores-it! and i' ** the navigation"proposed: improvement the Kissimmee of fat Cry sad Sbrea.dag'Cea.An( .''- , pi: Officer for "'Tear Win Be I l 26.The' ........ DedtUs I T."''....... 4 I!

r; .Hade Ce.preh asiravUte. Rirer and 'on connecting waters, 3. R try. A 'Para.*e For Whe) ..wnFeatmtiet; Will summoned for FnceecSar; Unfit Mesriay, .'
I grand ,,
CoeaeHere. Jury
seats Oa Law. 0 was rather doubtful!'as to the i i'Seards' Fellow .. Order. ,'o, : service at i the spring term of the April 2* ,Next.

Judge, c..o. :Andrews,. pre.ldmc''n' ** the correctness year.ending of. the'December tonnage*1918.for,,** mti7 as* ,one, may, Kisslmmee's board:; : of trade is to: circuit.court here which began Monday Judge 'C. O.. Andrews, as. at pre.
definite has com. to light adjourned Wednesday about:
f the 17th judicial circuit. Mondaymorning The committee< of the' Board of ,* nothing be rehabilitated according-: action: cautionary''measure against .Influenra -,
opened the spring term;: of Trade not only had the" true ,* regarding the'easfy flowing 'word: taken, at the .cul'"'meeting' Friday. noon it without reporting Its announcing' -or pneumonia* has announced that '
I Its Genesis and translation still'pui night., For, some time would resume dutia'the fourtn he will not bold the
!the circuit court'in the Osceola county statistics at hand but also the past membersof I spring term of
sloe the "national bureau Ethnology. Monday in >ApriL'
' 'for the the organization have' the ,circuit-court of Osceola
sis- amount of :
s < court house There was a'fair tonnage become county
'ed crowd-pnsent, includnlg court officials years 1914 to 1917 inclusive <* Visualising the, Seminole moths. lukewatmin fact, cold In regard,//to The several reason'! assigned'was, there and,.declared for'an adjourned. session '
*' "were the ar.0 er, who named her daughter "Alaffia. Ita' 'welfarb'. were; cJ the jurors with April 26th,next. '. '
which '
summonedfor compiled by .
attorneys those ." river, fuU of hues may it hoary cold and ,Wednesday' there
a I The The '
of members court
.service others interested in my engineers on duty in that gathering there met I Monday morning:
jury not also be that I was but ,a>half docen in attendanceat
cases and a'\ few spectators. State connection. 'VThey'show' ss'follows probable some poetic Friday night bean ''out this state and some of the jurors who had been,
chief carried the vname whose the session,, not .enough to, make
' '. m.Dt.111/ the'' : summoned had
'Attorne Joseph' H. Jones ,.accompanied'Judge : 'M I , I. I was meeting at which sent word they were
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"nearest word :'means beauty and the election'of officers for a presentment* suffering from colds
Andrews to tho'dty., 1914 tonnage, 8 ,903f 1915 tho'.n.u- heavy ,while one j ;
: Rev. R. F. Hodnett pastor of, the 73.M5J; 1916 18,625, and 1917. abundance? I am sure no one could "''tiy1 'w.... to be elected. As ., a precautionary measure.plD.t juror- informed the court from the
doubt 'it, seeing the chain: of ..lakespearby influentsJudge. C. 0.' Andrews *
Methodist Church -of Kissimmee.' offered 12,014.I The year 1918 showed a 0 When President H.J C.' Stanford jury box'' that he had been exposed
prayer at the beginning of the tonnage 'of S2.6SO, but these 9 filled with delicious fish orwhose ,. Announced It Stime for the tho Mjnnday, sesslon'would evening announcedthat U influenza... There was also present
broad wat.r.fowl'In.numerabl. be'adjourned
....108. .The call"of the jurors sum *. figures /.are the result 'of the ;* waters freedom'' and rest-. begin there were just thirteen men in until Monday,.April 26., others with' coughs 'and to prevent,
:monad was taken up.There wen Board 'of Trade committee and* enjoy I the rodm at the city hall, ineulding any likelihood of'disease Judge An i
'''thirty-six names but there were ... not the army-"engineers. .6000 The "dense jungles >.surrounding still a Gazette representative. ,As'he did drews decided the best plan,would. be
-water peopled with'' bear, deer wild ;tom- not belong',to '.the business body to. call off the spring term. '
feral who were on the sick list somewho passengers traveledby.. ITEMIZED REPORT ON
.While .of
key and quail. : .the output ,
> could-not be reached and others that* year. :* animals reason ,of being. a new' comer in the The lone petit juror J;' H. Bronson -)
is .
(excused leaving about twentyfivetfrom .: In the'I"''''' 1914 r and 1915 + fur bearing simplyamasIng city he was not in-the least ,luper.Iltitleua was excused and .there will .snot '
which to draw eighteen for *.there was a sufficient depth of to the visitors. My" lady of the about',the, unlucky number; be any others .summoned. '.
great "northern- cities ;little- dreams If therewas' to' be deatas result TON'NAE'KISSIMM :. The grand Jury,'remained in .
grand jury service. About I. ?half water in the streams and derelopments -; what she to'KI"tmm.for the a a : session ,,
cIoaeu"of these'weraueueed''by'thecourt *' '1 were under way. ,In r* 'owes' according to ancient beliefs" he long enough to consider about
I' when the. session began, I.... *' 1918 and ',1917the water was at [* luxurious otter, 'raccoon; opossum felt it-would\ be the-demise of the UVE-YE a half dozen cases.alleging murder'au.ult
iQc..bat.J; DeteeJLfrolD.-Whl chJp ..lo .-;..tagef and'; 'd..Y. lGpmeDt '. beat and wild fortwhlehTlbe cat- coats;-and -other business men'*,body,iDn t:.'q.I"dlvw-" r R-0 F-,1 181-8 and had kahargeeaaL-
,leet:\ th4 inquisitorial body. The O ceased: because "of" the- nttce .:* garments ;wlntngly' ual mel ber' or-an outsider present: then adjourned Some of these cases
1,* lays downh.r'.llow.Dee.. I But W. B. Crawford"'. : ; as the civil
nineteenth man ,was placed upon the tainty of such water traffic. .. '.A Siraifieanjt-Name., i G.tT.< Singe1.toryandJ 'Folowlng"' areuhe'commexclii statistics seven or'more
''petit jUl''and others were summoned ? !UThe;1, statistics: for this ,year ,* -And\ when of afternoon ; ..'M. Johnston happened In\ of the Kisslmmee River.for the suits', will Abrard"'atjhadjourn.d.
one a quiet ,
for thataentee. > ,J. H. Bronson have rJ not r' been * and the >Mloco was put.out of coma term. next,, .
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,; experiences the ,routs orb of day, mission. .... year ending; December .81; 1018, -
r the nineteenth ( .- T l' they will show-a decrease ,torn- '
'was. man.Judge
.bars of unnameable glori-t cbmpiled 'by a 'committee of ;the CTnf
'' through >Sam L. CAMPAIGN OPEN. '
low* .
Lupfer '
with. 1918 but not
Jery Service Sac.... pared, so fled tints, bids the I.nclaeape'cood- edsthht he announc Board of- Trade ,which were .
Andrews, prior to gettingth. as the tonnage of 1917.'This'** 'plight. With the soft trade winds the'' last meeting had left' at the home.minutes' of submitted 6o'Col'V/. :?.Barden, United The''le.m aip7;'the 'el.et1on'of

; grand jury, remarked that Jury **is again i front'the result this of section lowwater.f: wafting'overhead, white clouds: like they'.were, aobrief, that "seconds"In 'fact I SUtes engineer'torps' : who' recently city officials opens this week with
service was a very sacred duty, 'it People hart,0* I bridal,.veils,, and bearing from- theJunrI. would have, been presided over a river improve the announcement of 'J. S. Cadel for g
'2stood between' anarchy and good *been tcompelled' ."- to abandon new; the sweet alk-coo-ah of ths; 'Election an exagaration.- ment 'hearing here," and who was the. mayoralty and. A. S. Gilbert for' '1'
Officers! Deferred.
I government and because a man pr<'j :t A. I wild dove. He is also assured the The only business before somewhat skeptical as to the amount re-el.on'he 'councilman.ANTISALOON .' --

i could v make $10 ,per day instead of **i000000'0800000'OOrOHiLISBOREUGHGIRL.' I name has a deep significance., and Ing was the ,annual election the of'meet-fleers. of.tonnage, being rather of the opm-!
$3 as a juryman, was no more of an wholly satisfactory interpretation ''Upon' this..announcement. ion that >82,680 tons' was 'excessive! _LEAGUE' MEET.'
than thata who might 'I by "' ..' Ton. f
excuse man .Botanist'sParadise.
President. "
& want to avoid army service at $80 I, We will. pass rapidly through this it,would Stanford be,.unwise W. B. Harris declared Artificial.stone and' brick......' 150 will.The ..Anti-Saloon League workers iv:
at the time meet: at.the house
) per month because he could makeooper 1 floral paradise. Time not permittinga to.:proceedintb.matter-because-of Building' material, sash, doors:: ... d..fternooft Sun-
"| monthby stayinghome..-* brief catalogue"of.:Its-wonderfully the- small and Winds Tilj.\ : .. r- ;i_....iu, 80; ; 8:30o'clock;: "AH'
S very { number of members of ,the ladies Kissimmee >
Those the grand jury ] beautiful Cattle ; i._ .: .. .:--J: 200' are n.
composing lavish ,array of snrpassingJy present. He said the entire :vi- .
are W. W. Carson foreman; G. W. MAKES GOOD PROFITirTOHTENACRETRACT flora. SUfAce it to say this region not' officially notified body had Cement and plaster>_;_.:._. 175 be mested to' attend.The session will >
Inn of .Such,a Crate material,..:.... . .. in chap of Mrs. Fennell., .
Persons clerk; W. EL Farmer S. B. I would, bexa paradise for the botaniat. and ft* _. ;; . ::.., 1.600 '
Story, g, J. Entriken. C.. Cy Bas..F, l I There are. fields-of decent grapefruiton advise ".theyshould, have been Cross .ties '-...?._......?.., 6,000 : '
C.'Bryan, J. R. Donegan. .. V, Phillips !! the east coast/ but the orangesover Mr. Harris urged that' all be given i Dry sfeods, hats, shoes, drugs .4>, SecretWedding;
'Tie Bass, J. J. Woodall. Raymond / there,i like the California ,fruit, proper notice and 'and supplies.i;; : ......i. 800: & ..
Lanier... W. D.-'Bronson, G.-' P'. 1i ; M are'the same class with, Kis- get together and select an opportunity. to Fertilizers..v-;:\....--..:..-:-_-:...*...' '.750, U. 'WednesdayComes'ToLigit
Arrowsmith A. C. Tyson. P.- G. Cro- Miss e Alice Young of Hilltborongh : slmmee's dead ripe fruit. No one chair'.announced the officer. ; The Fish w. .._.......4..__...........-1,000 I t ,
It. proposition Furniture r,..,, ,.._... .... ... ,
. !martle J. Branson and C. H. county won a $50 prise offered for : bemoans ,very greatly the sugar agreeable him, and asked : ..... 100 '
for, fur
Gasoline and roU....... ; : \ -1
-.Funk. educational -for. the state shortage. Really none should be them; discussionnon the light .;, 875
', McNulty Case. federation of purposes"women's clubs for pro'duetlon used here with these unrivaled juicyrlobes was 'of' the belief that all,'nvember. Grain all kinds ._.._......- 1,600 I
r There was' but one case which the in canning and the received .I of health and exhilaration. should assemble, for Grapefruit ,wJ:_-_-...,':'_... ',,000 I Shrewdness ..of man and' Intuitionof
grand jury had to, considerwhich from' her' output., money I The protection rendered by the tion-of officers-and get'the the-annual elec.. Groceries .;{,r.....4.._.._'... 2,000 woman are futile when they elect
had the appearance of a capital offense Miss ,Young cultivated one-tenth warm .Ire.rren.ta' from the ,'greatchain men'4'Ihagye'atarted.offright'( this Hardware- .._: eerier..L......w' 500 to Indulge in the artful designs of r '

that of W. D. McNulty: a negro of, an acre and her'total receipts for of lakes, makes'other means -'lie asked Mr.., HarriJ' If his ayw..and ;.' __:Lwf.--V._. .,.''500 Cupid and then plunge-into .matrimony -
who is in the county jail.pending $297.30. and the practically unnecessary and large idea was to Hides skins ,_..?,?*.?..,' 25 no matter how' carefully planned
4 one were expenses postpone until
year fruits T next Fri Ice ;;. ........_.._ _..-....
an ,investigation into the deathof : were $23.56, leaving her a net plantings of citrus are already day. 'The laften stated it .. : 1.000 and expect to' keep it secret."'
his "-wife to whom he gave strychnine profit.of $273.76. 'At-this..rate. for under way. t-. ._ Lwas. thenPresidentStanford was. ; Lumber, nine; i._i.ji.; ,..*...* 1,000'Miscellaneous' Such .tq..ultof a'marriage r
powders;which ,be stated he one' .ere $2.737.60, would have been Cattle Raliing'ipdustry.Do : '-: stated his views 'in,.regard-to I ,merchandise: ,*." 1,60(1( in Kissimmee about 11 ''o'clock Wednesday
was ..sure was quinine. The woman realized an amount that is.assured- you aspire to enjoy the commit kind a social .le.tur..t the someof Machinery: i.-.i.. _>t.j'ii..iJi.': .. 200 night the contracting parties
died a abort time after taking the 'ty. surprising to some' of the people prosperity in the cattle raising line? IDga and.he .thought meet- Naval "tores' turpentine......, 2,500 being" .William C.. Silvers, of New;) 1
dose and later, some.of It was givento of. the ,:jiorth) who) raise fruits and The opportunity is yours, and the results and'a general l get-together an oyster snp- Oranges '- ._...,_*__:l*_...;'4,800 Smyrna and Mrs. Mildred' M: Me-,
the house cat by the coron..'. vegetables" are going to be far reaching. lng'was the meet-. Sand,. building, *......._,.__,_ 250 Corkle of Orlsndo. .
'jury and the feline curled up and In telling of " Miss Young Already millions are invested.. Security Mr. Claris proper told'.action.of Shingles.A., .....*-..'.-... '200 ,The groom-to-be with his Intend-i
died. that she first planted strawberries )is anftsured, and the demandfor where the commercial other cities: Vegetables ._>.......*i: ..:.......,,. I.2IHT ed brld.1' arrived) In' Kiaalmllt.. byanto ':
rays ,
There are several charges of assault and sold for $166.89. Her all cattle everywhere. Your cat have luncheons'organizations: Wood, fuel*...y......; ..._. 6,000. ... They were fortified.with assault to raps and passing next crop was' tomatoes but hard tle'can neither freeze or: starve here weekly features to or some >ntertaining Wool; .. ....,.........:_.::..'-..,.,..... 80 marriage )license secured .in the Or. '
a bad checks which are to be passed rain. -damaged some of. them sad she and the percentage of risk is much monotony once 'In relieve while.. the t .: , \ '':'''" -...-.;. anin county court house from the-
: upon by the grand jury.. transplanted. She ,, sold some for less than in the west. thought" the crowd: should He to- Total .... .....32, 80 official in charge of such mattersthere. : .
Remarks of Court. . $7.85 and canned the balance which What kind of a' looking town Is fcether-at least ; get Passengers transported during .the \
'',> In addressing the body Judge Andrews paid her much'' better' than selling it? 'Well") yon ''just drop, off'' Into a Motion Mr.once' Crawford.a year. year 6,000.,' The few. persons about Broadway .'';' ;'' ",

. '.:; gave them instructions as pre fresh tomatoes.yShe sold 200 No. 2 tidy ; where courtesy among W. B. Crawford was" at.. .that hour ,.became interested .i : 'f
VJ auibed' by the statutes ,and. also referred cans and kept 180. at home. ".' the railroad employes1' is the unfail- Impossible select officers declared it Annual Of] in the ,movements .of Mr. Silvers /!"' '. ;8

to the prohibition law and Its In,the. fan she sold 20,570 plantsoff lAg'rule, and- walk along':. Broadway's It could not be ascertained off, hand.,thatway Supper especially '10 'when he .enter-' r: '
enforcement. The "prohibition queer the .tenth of an acre at $4 per one .hundred and 'twenty; foot boulevard .- whether, those ed a well, known 'business establishment .: -
tlon.he said, is the ' about mile' in .chosen-iwould 'Board of Trade Is and '.where
now entertaining thousand, realizing 8226. stretching a a would serve and 'attend Inquired : '> a notary/ s5
1 minds:, of the' people ,of the; united V '- i L.., . ., with a.'.parking the en- , Mr. Crawford stated to the duties. could. be found; It po4mpp.nedthat i
that '
, :.States. Some' are, of the'opinion tire length, shadedby, magnificentoaks three; level .headed two' or Event of Evening H. M; Breaker I was in a nearby'ton-, I

i .-. 'that there should not be any such Cong. W. J. Sears![ ?, camphor and, palms. Why upon officers far b men could decide serial parlor "and ''had. just-descended. ; t,'
'I.w.but the time will come when -we ,- man,1' I have visited everytown"of tire board right ,now en- from' a chair 'looking most approp
'will have but very little illicit: din Made OfWdcomeA1F any sice' in Florida and I am unable to'and- that i .>as v All arrangements have been Boer riate 'to ''perform a.,wedding.. ceremor ,v(,, '
.will'cease 'made '' tjietime buiyi Every other the annual banquet pf-ihe .
3'I[ tilling.-Liquor being! to recall anything .superior. .Then city 'Vent Kissimmed 111'. :
ID,this country-be isdded/-whenevertheeitixens are- ample hotel and boarding accommodations ' "we kick ahead he added; and" when Board of Trade to be held 'Notary, Public 'Bre. er ...*,ap"
"' : decided to ston It... When air ,.for the "present. 'But The we kick backward. .i tonight at the spacious dining'roomsof proached ', Mr ,Slivers' upon,, the
liquor is mannfactnred'we might ; 1 1 ain. predicting: shortage_ ,-rooms chair-appoint: speaker" suggested that ,the .theGraystogeHOtel: 1.. Up to last subject: of joining 'the couple, in theHoly ,
f, 'las well close up,the jails.; ,Men, do ;<.oiicrei.m.tph; for another winter. tee..composed nominating"commit evening' about one hundred ..andtwentyfive1 bonds of wedloek: -;and "he';gallantly '
<' not usually' commit erim'.h.1I .inV w "'Seimwas ', ' Fame Is, Spreading: of three members, to ;tickets had .been sold ''to agreed... JyThe .
,sober mind. : .**"!* : :' present at':'the" opening of'the "The fame of this town' is. make selection'of offt era'and 'report members:some'.ofwbom''viU have '.mysterious something 'in'.the'. -a.- ,r
Among the civil easel to b. heard.that Tenth 'Annual' Sub-Tropical .MidWinter ,' (Continued Par Nina getting back to >the full meeting of the. guests with them. j. : air'traveled about In ,a few
were on, the docket v Monday :. Fair at Orlando Tuesdayand' (Continued; Par Mine)' BenJ. Baird, ...proprietor ''of theGnystone the?-.front entrance, of .the-moment.l,

a ,morning, we re'the following ?. : .: delivered-'theaddress ,otf ''Wel. : Hotel, this morning, stated Mr.'Breaker was the'< scene ;;of a. ...
'Jt Wlnona, $$1,000'Arm H. '.JkU1' com .. .His remarks'were\ appropriate TWO: URGE AUTOS INCOI.ISIONjREBOJH I AD TO P PER WEI H TOt1lVE'ANEXHIDITiON': that oysters in abundance will be gathering of Klssimmeeitesti 'who' .
+ to. him. '
al u' FertU the occasion, confining served. 'Hs'. placed1 an unusuallylarge witnessed the'ceremony. .: .
[ V 1 gem"Works vs. S.' W. Turner 'damares selfto'the. events relating t* the [ ; order'with west Florida '''deaf ,,'. vNo, one' Ins I this"''appeared .to> know
$750; C.. E. Carlsonx '''n''' E., L. exposition and-the''state' ; Florida : er:''for.the ApalachlcoU bivalve.. 'Accompanying i the,couple, ...d. they requested that ,
i I. ... Lesley, damages $4, (JOr; A.' S. Nelt'i and eschewing' politids, ''In fact- .,h.I .' : i the-succulent' ;and' dell: the.mamaee'be. kept', quiet. But' a, ;\
-4 ", son vs. Norman. G. Rectal :damages I avoided\ political issues. ., cat morsel therewill,, he. .salads; trip ,to .the FourtbouseatOrlandowho''naccideqtally'taking i
1! .,$10,000; Pat Johnston vs. E. EL-Skjp- I Mr,: Sears Wednesday morning SOMEWHAlBATT RED. sauces,:'crackers, ''butter :'and 'coffee.' .ietbe! fair ,'.,
',: per, damages, $20.000!' ; WB.lCrawford' a stated ;cite, wa. only permitted to;,bepresent'at'Orlando'at INSHOOTINGFEB.17 There,-will, also, be i elg.nlan4. other. there revealed :-the: names;-of the
vs., E. ,'1'. Hopkins;: 1 damages this time'onsceourt :' 1" smokes.: ,. . w' ' couple"wha sought quiet'and secrecy/: ,
; $10.000.-and .Waters Carson, Grocery of the unfortunate Olne.. of Two aatomobUea,-one. a ..1ludeonsuper.ix Arrangements have been J. E. ;L Pfer.T chairman of the'com In the/cltyi\ ,Kissimmee. '
: Company .vs.. Run B.u$10.. ." ,- histonwho is confined"tin the Or and the " .
; 000. ,' '- -- angeGeneralHospitaland he- desire; are nowtn'theprapl! ; of Lapl.,,'elk a gun ,dub shooting? ,match'.at therrounds Board''"'Of Trade, and 'assistants'' have irtFXBr.uns1 '
' ,,, ed-to, be :morswitbbI, boy ''than Pratbe awaiting somewhatr ,.xtenrsive : of the Kissimmee Gun Club. spent i. busy.iweekx' 'getting' matters PatJohnstortA w i
'' taIk1De'..;the''young man .Is still Jar .repairs, as a result of collision February 17 and '18 nextat which in'shape for the occasion: .nd/m.m. "
I ,,MissDixie White from well.;'although 'hla condition is Sunday afternoon about,4:80.o'clock, ;;lime "Ad" Topperwelni the world's hers have,/taken'time' from their dally [ l'bAt iiJ:
," : jrreatest/ fancy shoW will be in attendance -
1 slowly improving. on, a -curve along-the 'Atlantic-'Coast: I routine to, disrse'of.tlckets' to the .
; "hgBSurprise,1 Congressman Sears regretted that Line 'Railroad tracks near ,.the, fair and give exhibitions; Top t ' -
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he could hot' accept the invitation to grounds. perweln 'needs Introduction' save Tpcommittee on nominations will Oflanapfair'Pat J .. .
speak ?at>the South-"Florida F.ta.t:: The ''Hudson machine,'was 'driven to say that he 'will "show devotees be'read,. to nporEto the fall organ ,,; ,. -t..
.j ,By BeingWeddedI Tampa at .he spends? practically his. by Mr.'M.Kate'who had a" of.the:trap*and field:shoots-how, to isation' as to'their';I'recommendations '' .'Johnston.of this -'city 'an. '1';, .I\i1 ;'
\ l, ..,' }''t" i' entire ,-time ,with ;Joseph .W. Sears friends out 'drivbtl"' and the Overland break three targets thrown,]at the for officers for''the next'year as wellas H., Bruns, of ,Nareoosse.were a pafr 11
i I V . ''Mj'ss Dixie.,''White: for"the; past Jr., at'the hospital leaving him only > was, owned'by.L. L. Luke of" Lough-- same'time..with a pistol;' repeatingthe chairmen. of working' committees. of' hazy'men the'' .earlypart :of the tr a
I" $ three years a resident of Kissimmee I to come to Kissimmee in.the daytime 'man:: It 'was stated. by several at :'performance'"with a 'rifle, shooting ,The"supper promises to be one' of Week 'placing'' on :exhibition '.t the'
Jlrnd one of. the clerks In the Dollar ?and' taking ,Mrt.' Sears" to L Or., the scene -that Mrs. Kats. was'driving :while,lying on I hi.' ,shooting the most enjoyable. events In Kleesimmee Sub.-Tropieal 'Mid-Winter Fair at
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q VUmlt Store of G. W. Persons,'rather landoerery day" .;;.,. :, around the curve, going ,way'.from month two revolvers, upside" down '*11Q for-some;time when men of Orlando their fifteen head' -of_ Hot-' r'
\ ,surprised 'Mr. .Persons 'and friends r 1 He) said appreciated r mora'than the 'city, and Mr. 'ILuk. was coming drawing ptctureson', "a' target with affairs here,''will meet 'and all'' business stein cattle and'fine'specimens'' ,of', .
' he could express: the kindness of his to ,Kissimmee.. Whether, .there rifle bullets. ,1 ,
;here from was cares be.relegated Winter nee Chester1 White.hop. , '#;
Key ,sestatmt.hat.Tuesday-she friends,. who have been mighty good buotftdent' 1'OOm ''f r> .the' two' autos W. B. Donnelly, .i.tant'nanagerof "* Idents"-will' .-also .mingle' with ''the Mr. Johnstonasserted, that"thheii, I',."',
lj : was married In that ci tor*and.:.had toblm.but be with his eon' to' pass .at>this 'point"-whether, 'one ,'the,' shooting 'promotion department home folks;; ,and ,the glad hand offellowship display of cattle, is the largest and a
; : 'sailed Wednesday for.Noeva.Geroaa. and as, soon as he is well enough to took up too much; space Isnot, clearlystated '''Of< the ? Winchester' RepeatingAcme 'extended ti em.- 'h' : i best of'its kind; at the'and'tho' :
;Ida of Pines.' She' signed} "henelI. leave the ,Jiospital; he will, .rstnrn'.toWashington ,u but c both,machines: camein C... of,.New Haven, Conn, was The ,Kissiramee Concert Band :'will hoes, while1, : not so'great in" number .
as Des i. Elliott. ,- D. C.r >> night. collision with' strong inpact.? Fortunately" I in ,, Klssimmee ''Wednesday conferring furnish the music. ' will. make all ,others -root" to take1prises. } .j
r EWott'whom, Congressman'Sears Thursday one'was 'lTb with .I. E.Lupfer, local '.reprelenta. a'misundentand'
'The Mr. she married j no injured. \ ; \ gh .; The, Holstelns run from aged .
,*. i' saidrthatshe.had; not :yet made any Hudson had fender smashed tive of> the 'and .'M. E. i half '
is 'engaged> in the navml\stores vbosiness < a company I dozen 'tickets-: th. supper cows to suckling'- calves. Aaron'
tt in the' Isle of "Pmer and'.ir, a formal.announcement candidate running Aboard knocked: ,off, also Stevens; who"' will' the gun I have- been sold to>> ladies. 'The affair Story also has a stallion colt of trot.. jy,
North Carolinian. 'iWhitathat: for'concre.. and added'in this connection damaged bumper r knocked off and one club: shoot, arranging for the ap- II..strictly for/men and those ,of the tins breed on exhibition. 1'e
I 'ones was, --1. a Georgian, her ,home that'when he did so be would wheel;put "'out:of commission..1' It is aranceof ,Topperweln, here on'the' I fair ..x.. -who''purchased, tickets are Mr Johnston has purchased a }
I being" at Thomasville. ,1 probably follow' his usual euatomlby.doin..o '! practically .I,,>iew ,machine, ,1919. date mentioned. There will be free regretfully 'informed they, ,will be : thoroughbred Holstein cow, and 'calf t
; k Miss 'Whit U 'a pretty'and viJvacious In his homepaper.REALcESTATE modeL /, ahibitioneof wing and fancy,sboot- I unable to'Use them; and their money ,. from Mr. Bruns. The latter lsat-' .*'
"' young girland: while here \ .j :About' the+ssm -'dam.p'was done ln : : >' made her hOtlle"th Mr. rand.' TRi NSFER.... to- thai Ovorlanda.scept -that, a ne1* >th e1rsofr, the "Klssimmee (inn I. secretary, of the, board of trade.. -, 'stock. )(r..'JohnatoD ..returned late, .J
Mf Cudar'1C.A4mat'' *7i' -HHrHt: J framewill be;: necesgarto_ complete Club .-getting the traps and I Tuesday night; after assisting' in t' .1
. also recently in Kissimmee and J.-M.. Cooper has transferred to.: JA. < on it. '*;- 'I. ) rronnds' in'readiness and as soon as (DAVIS-HARVEY WEDDING.<< .. seeing that, the exhibits were'prop-. '
( I 1 the two left several weeks ago for Barclay for $1 and other valnablbconsiderations | wreeking-crew';, from Lupfer Topperweln,finishes his exhibition, Paul Bond 'Davis 'and 'Miss Edna Fly lace. ' ' ,/:'.. 'fstocky
';4helr old'home in Georgia to see relatives land. on the-west and Prather's auto. establishmentwent there will,be a'clay pigeon shoot ana Marie Harvey,, .were married here 'He tatd that some of the" li ei/a' .t\-l..o;: , '.
:preparatory. to going tq the line Verona' avenpe; 05 H.r feet .to-the-scene, about"two .miles a' .numberi\of crack shots from. i St. Tuesday evening about' 7 o'clock'at .exhibits 'from other poI.g; ,c':, ,... ,
Isle of Pines where,the. married.:'at., north; of. the'.southeast corner of-:lot distant and putting small trucks under Cloud ,will participate., '
!1.te...'. husband also engaged-: the* 4V-;'blOCJt"LM" InsPatdtk'a4.addttofl. ( the damaged 'maahine.broughtthem , : It i athe'desire of the loctl'dub tostimulateInterest that official',,performing the cere.mony -, ablyrbeause'of, poorTaOroad : "' .,.'

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t : :, .M, oTeachthe! ; : Children" Is VisitorWere, MASTER Beginning PRODUCTION Friday afterfioon0' AT GASMO, fe)). I 1t1ff'S'HO' T ;

teary 20,, with three presentation ;
i After 28t Years and repeating Saturday,"February
; : Their Daily Health Duty '_ 'iWith. 21, with continuous; performances .
' 'r+ 'Mother Wa First WaiteT Woman I from 2 to 11 o'clock p. m.. Manager 'J
G, Woodbeck of the Casino theater of-
a. ,': You c&n't be too.insistent! To Make Tripe' Throifh Everjlsde '- fers' his patron* a masterful picture }r

., *.-At Graystont For iratlon of Harold, Bell Wright's.f am-
;) 'TT>EW children find pleasure In be given to.infants. Thousand. An Indefinite Stay nun story "The 'Shepherd of the
H the things b'IOIIt'IW) to their families have been regulated toe f -' Hills": , .. 'Listen all "who gasoline engines:;of' any. kind. 'W f
Kiss run ?
i, physical comfort and health, healthy maturity with Dr. Cald- 'After bei rng''away from mmee TO- the number of local reader of ye
.0it tawithtewatcbfulmoth- lYpwn.. for twenty-eTghf years,' the longingto the hook'the- : ... particularly are /selling the Columbia ,,Hot-Shot Batteries! They .Contain' *
p er to see that they are done The A bottle can be bought at:any 1 return became so,' strong with for, the story has,keen transplanted f five first clasi'dry cell in sealed container where no ,dampness
oluldwillbegr.icguliuaficryears. drug store. In. a large familythere' Mis Margarett J. Le Comper,' of to tbs; screen'exactly al Clan gather. You will be delighted, With'I, them.; better A
ahe' ''
\ Chief the' function who Lexington Ky.; that -has gratified written.' From "Sammy Lane" downto '
among "always someone >> them
,her wish and is now a i guest at "Little: .rete," all of..the character begin to use now.
4.. t Decenary to the upbuilding of the would feel better fcr a done of a '
{ little body, to that it will not be a good medicine like Dr. CalJ well's the,Grajstone 'hotel. accompanied by haitesbeen., brought, to life with .nJ
her' brother where) they'have'' a"""suit absolute ; '
; body when "realismMr'Wright per
dyspeptic constipated Syrup Pepsin. _ k
A !It mature, in elimination regularly of rooms. t)] sonally directed the 'production
I! } every morning If the moth, In apse of the fact that Dfv Cold- It was not. the Craypt ins,, hotel transplanting his famousbook to : ,
ftwill be\ Intent and allow wtWi Syrup Pepsin (is the burDOthblg when Mias Le Comper wag,.,a guest the screen j page ,by page, refusing Rem' Oil
t r to interfere with it, it will, lilting liquid laxative upon her previous visit over a quarter absolutely to allow a professional o ,.,
Boon become a habit, a daily rougn the world there of a century ago and she had for I scenario writer'to prepare the script. '
ting that will! not,.be forgotten being over 6 million gotten the name. of the hostelry but A story more' typically American &
'' throughout life. botdei old each remembered it fronted the lake. could not be' written. The scenes are
There'ere t.imea.l however, when many who need.year\lei\ Miss Le Comper in*.{.writing for laid in the Ozark mountains a reg. is a splendid gun oil put up by the 'Remington,.Arms Co.. 1
reservations. addressed,her letter to ion little known to the cVerage oil gunbar-,
nature will not operate'unaided. benefits have not yet < ; : person for use on their gum. If you put this on your
Then give Dr. ColdwelKa Syrup Herbert Wichtendahl stating she until 'the picture has been presented it. Ladies know thatit
fy toed It If :you "have brother would ref neither rust nor roaches will injure
IVpsin, which is a oomiination.OI and her like to come to thousands from coast to
; not, lend :your name Kisslmmee about for i is good for sewing machines too. ;
simple laxative herbs, with pepsin, to February ,10 coast and from'the Canadian to the t
and the headaches the biliousness- an indefinite stay Mexican boundary lines n
..' the torpor will quickly disappear. toandaddretsjorDafree: Went Through Everglades.She An. element of mystery prevadesthe
i i It acts gently and witbout.ltriping.B.. Cal dwell, 511 says that in the winter of 1892 whole story which is startingly
and contains no narcotics and WdMnf ton Street she and her mother were in Kissim- cleared'in the very last reel. '
.Its pleasant to the taste, it may MontieeUo, JOinoU.1H mee and she has always had a desireto There 4* a strong' cast in the presentation. ; Fountains
come again. Both were at that .' Catherine Curtis ''a 'society Drinking r
time the first white women to make girl sheltered by the atmosphere J
Ya ., r a trip through the Everglades.: .. of a luxureue.home, wan selected .
1" make big profits raising hogs why Miss Le Comper sees many changes Inuch to--he-r- surprise, to In- .
WETHERBEE IS should not the farmers of an entire since her last visit a* well as terpret the leading feminine role and For Chickens f
,I section do. so. There could !Ibe but some old landmarks which have been her suecese'was instantaneous She i
one. reason why the ryle' should; not recalled to her. IS! of the Amazonian type, rarely '
: i FIRM BELIEVER IN, hold good' that of overstocking' the The Grays tone hotel the past week seen with the patural grace and ease Poultry raisers are aware of the great value of pure water J a'%:
markets Mr Wetherbee believe this I has entertained several other parties of a'young deer, and a stride as freeas for chickens. So are we, and that is the reason that we :'
could be easily overcomes should the ,. one from Oklahoma some of the an Indian. have got in a stock of Drinking Fountains for chickens* ,
-w farmer to fatten their hogsat members looking over the farm
These Fountain the from foul
the same time and ship their pro- lands in the county with a view to MRS. PERSONS WAS HOSTESSTO prevent water becoming {:
duct to Jacksonville or other markets purchasing. They are A. H. Nebel, M. L CHURCH SOCIETY even though the fowls use it every day. We have these '

t "I. H.' Wetherbee. one of Osceola ; in carload lots. E. C. Baxter Dr. Riddle and wife, .. Fountains in two styles. ._ I ..?:.
_ II co nty'la't rmersb t oV 1mK -: TTie 8 duleor- the Wetherbee Frank Woooley TindTvtfe, J. TT "" THfs7 T;-W;-'rJonswABJrehamr-= - -- -. -, ,
4 % the doctrine of "diversifiedfarming" : farm is made out with a view of Rhodes J. R. Reynolds Frank Peters ng: hostess Friday afternoon entertaining ","
is demonstrating the practicability giving hog raising the right of way,. L. H. McKiDben and William the team captains of the "M, ''I
S of t.hiaMlIef on his farm and general crops and feeds are Kenneson all of Bristow, Oklahoma.E. E. Church society, at her lovely Lake
I; r in the Hilliard Island section. grown. S. Maddox of Gainesville, Fla., street home.
s .' Mr. Wetherbee believes there is a The corn'I. stored in a rat proof is at the head of another party After the business! of the meeting Osceola Hardware Co. i
I .; great future for the Florida farmer bin and treated to the fumes of carbon stopping at' the Graystone. He is was disposed of fancy work and ..3
,;, who will put aside the alluring profits bisulphide to destroy the weevil. well known in Kissimmee and this general conversation occupied the
::1' sometime netted :from truck Mr. Wetherbee stated that hevbelleves section of the state. ..
Vr; 4 .crops and will stake his ,success on fully one half of the corn Other Hotel'Guests.Other time.At the close of the afternoon Mrs Located pn Kissimmee's :h>
': the raising of stock and pure bred raised here is lost from these pests. guests at the Graystone Persons assisted by Mrs. A. W. Bail-
t stock at that. This will entail the fn that event any man could afford past week were: ey, served assorted sandwiches small BUSIEST CORNER t
,i raising of general farm ifrops and the cost of such a bin. William I. Proctor Raleigh N. C.; cakes and hot tea. "
it with special reference to feed; for Sjbrghnm/ for Food. Caleb Kirbridge, Hastings, Mich.; A. Enjoying the afternoon were: Mrs '"(
) 'Y, the furnitVing 6f the feeds needed Sorghum is feed favored Mr.Wetherbee. M. Schappa Westfield. Mass.; J. T. Persons, Mrs. Bailey Mr>. J. Z. Rob. 'II"ooqo
c I to grow stock Is of the essentials It a is ready to cut filler: Grand Rapids kt'Ich' : C. S. erson. Mrs. E. C.- Hilton. Mrs. L H. .ooooo.o.oooooooo.oo..o.ooooooooooooo .oo );
_. __lo_ a crop J. L. Bronson Mrs. M.
success- before the hay matures and will Brennerman wife and fluid, War- Ingram Mrs : ) ,
,: HOC Raising Specialty. come again as. fast as it is cut. It saw, Ind.; W. L. Bybee, Ashland A. Clark Mrs J. J. McCranie )Mrs.
Mr. Wetherbee Is specializing on is greatly relished by hogs on ac- Ky.; W. E. Hooper Cleveland, Ohio; E. E. Wells and Mrs Lee Rogers. :r
.hog raising and has some fine specimens count of its auger content! L. K. Cone and wife Tulsa Okla.; Mrs. Hall has appointed Mrs. Leon '
on hi* farm. He kept an accurate Next to corn 'casava is the great- R. D. Middleton Indianapolis, Ind.; Fennell! local chairman for Kissimmee 'fit1
acount of.therr board bill and est fattener raised on 'his farm. Un- J. Starch San Antonia, Tex.; S. S. and these ladies will arrange I '
; 4 as well at :their Incomes received like chufas or peanuts it will produce -. Walters Chicago; Mr. and Mr. T. meeting. at an early- date. Poll Tax Notice
from this feature of his farm, and firm pork fit for market. It is D. Gocby and John Bailey Wheeling i iIn
G ; r. the figures are, interesting data. easily ,grown and requires no ferti- W. Va.: M. Campbell and wife Canada Cardoza Atlanta Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
;'i He believe no'one can afford to liser It Is porpagated from the ; W. B. McClellan Marlon S. C.; J. M. Erly and son, Detroit Mich.; .
1.i raise other than registered bogs. talks, cut in joint and stored in E. A. Sweat and wife Detroit Mich.; J. N. Lett wife and son, Chicago; ".'."
''Last year he 'raised a litter of good a pit until about the middle of March Daniel McGuire and wife, Boston li. A. Selby Philadelphia Pa.; J. M. '
a, grade hog and one of pure bred when it is put in the ground in rows Mass.; Mrs. M: H. McCluikey Mrs Braxton and Col. W. J. Barden, U. -
1 ..hog The contrast was too obvious six feet apart and four feet in the I. R. K. Daniel, Miss Josephine Daniel S. Army engineers, Jacksonville, ,ii
I to need another lesson and be 1* fattening row. The plant. grow Into large and W. L. Daniel Glencoe, Iowa; E. Fla.: J. V. Sullivan Chicago; J. T.
s 7 ;q ,his last grade hog for mar- ornamental shrubs; meeting across B. Evans Mountain Grove, Mo.; W. Goodrich o savannah:: Ga.; D. J. Mc- order to qualify for the o;
+ ket. the -rows. Under favorable weather >Z. Brown wife and l t son.-.Olemn N. Culley Chattanooga, Tenr.; W. S.
ti ; Four year ago he bought registered conditions twelve to fourteen tubers Y.; Boyd Horn and H. G. Nelms Parker Baltimore: Md.; C. E. Brin-
u .. pig at weaning time. Up to will form and will continue growing Houston Tex.; J. F. Utter.and wife ton Bedford, N. ].; A. H. McMahon, City Election to be held in i.
\ he has Amarilla, Tex. R. G. and New Milford' Conn. W. A. ,
----the---present time' abld-hog throughout the season, sometimes ; Shepherd ; Tyson
'f .: to the amount of, $476 from that reaching a length of five feet. wife. Centralia I1L A. J. Legg and wife Gallatin Tenn.; Mr. and March Poll Taxes :
stock and ha .$75 worth>of hog yet When Mr. Wetherbee was asked Philadelphia, P.'L.H.! C. Simpson Mrs. W. A. Davis and the Messrs. must be ;
} 'w to dispose of. what casava would yield to the acre Atlanta, Ga.' S. W. Risler Chicago; Davis, Anniston Ala.; George D.Elaworth. .
,'; ;, This sow and her pig tare of the he replied: "It is difficult to ecU Jack Imel, Lewisburg, Ohio; H. T. Washington D. C.; S. L. before
,Duroc-Jeriey breed which Is --greatly mate. I. should think about eight Hell Roanoke Va.; Paul H., Selden Sublett Harrisburg. Va.; W. A. By- .paid on or Saturday,
,' ; '. favored on Mr Wetherbee' farm. ton to the acre would be a conservative Washington; D.' C.; J. S. Ruth'' and erly. Bridgewater Va.; Mr. and Mrs
?**< <("'. Do Not Overstock. figure The best feature of the wife Ravenswood. Va.( H. L. Clayte Smaltier, 'Anderson Ind. February', 14th. >u ;

,, .: {; If lone specimen could produce' crop Is that it is .a splendid- feed for ---- : ', I _
such', a. desirable result why should! other stock a* well as hog I run '-000009" Of'OR U ;;; ......00..0000..... ,f 'V"ii'Iiti', \\, ,
1 a, not other, and If one, man corM the tubers through the cutting ma- t .: '. + .' ;..w.
chine which makes it rarilv eaten bv .
+ cow.' When cassava i If f .d3: "iws) f "To See Better See Vaughan"OPTOMffRIST )
BETTER THAN it increases the milk fib iv !icably '
It is a fine poultry feed when .Jin
limited quantity." C. L. Bandy {


S s The Wetherbee farm is an Ideal .

.( :'COLDS :AND' .F FLU Lake home,' Tohopekaliga.'facing on the shore It. is equipped of East Graduate Northern College. of' OpthalaolotT Tax Collector :{

'. with'a water supply from 287 feet ,
: deep. the water rising to within four WILL.BE AT ..
_ h. I feet it the surface. A five bone
:NewIE %ir Called AsP iron-! engine forces it. Into"a tankat. t<1'
' 'al Medicated, .With Latest power. the'rate of 125 ration per minute.r THE,. ,CENTRAL DRUG, STORE EVERY THURSDAY .. .. .o...... o' ...t..* .$...... . . o. .oo. +.a'., '
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From the tank It i* piped to \.J\\
> \v Scientific. Remedies, Used the:house and to the' home of Mr.' ..; . "

) and ;Endorsed by: 'Europcan Wetherbee; senior which II -a few ,, ' "
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the "
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_' and ,American Army, rods A garden further spot up .where lake'fine shore cabbage; _. ', .!ooo'_ !."! ,O O ... ......... . o..oou... J. H. :LINDSEY & SON .(W j;' '

.; s Surge onllt.'to''', Cut. Short ,a creamy cauliflower and other winter ; ,
i 'ft vegetable. viewith, ,, each other'. for : \ ,, .- '" ,{
',; t,,. '< Cold and"Prevent'Compli.cations. . honor at. this ,time of the I ,' I. ,; .1' :.i
. ., well- cared for. ' ' \8' .8' 'S.fD \ Storage Battery Repairs and Reciarpn. 'Order for New Batterie;: .
Diversified'rope..", j I Genera] and ; : "
overhauling electrical
car work r1.tW
:lEvery-Druggist: in TJ..8. In- A ''row' of lady finger bananas.. .... a specialty: ; ;

.: .: atructed to Refund Price taro which hes'f'ult.ven coat its ,,owner at nothing this season at all, ,i f I.)i ir I tI . :way of startera, motors, generator, electric irons, etc; w I ,
it* While,You',Walt at. Counter after '' netting. a'' neat !*unt for -tb4t) . '. i.,a -r 'f'. . +i. r! ..... 1

y If Relief Does' Not Come summer'pink with'' bloom"' ;,''_offer d' peach promise.. trees qf . .. 'SF F- BEAr NS\\I$ .k I rsaidTOMATO'dCUCUMBER ' '16 Stewart Avc. .. I J. "I

i "Within, Twp .LIinuteB.:: delicacies to come. :
,. v ," Mr.Wetherbeein 'to his : .
> : : referring .
; TJeiightful: Taste-"Immediate. plan of farming .said "I believe ,in ', 'atavism't''t oot 9 ..... .. IOO. O. -.o .'oo oo.. O. i'.,.....: I

; \; making a
8. ir ;.Relief,;Quick-,..--...+WarnyTJp.... : . than crop,.staking',The hog al;,great of i course STUB,' i-on* whatI one ,,-"t"V ,Tarietie* .of' aU, Idnd* 'ofceedt: ,for,p4atiag in,em* states "" ' " " '." 'o"" " 'o"o' o'.'.'o'o r. j

t f Tae' sensation,'.f'' the'b Tear- in, 'the feature' and this 1'eal"ll" shall keep LOUPE' : .,.-. \ '. '. " 'j''j'l
D-CANT .Il .
t Wrng 'trade 1* Aspironal, -the,\ twominote feed cow.' I u.. i.aeparato and -SEED 'CORN-WATERMELON'SE .... SEED .
reliever the milkto the pi.1 : + ... .. : .'
'ti ;: sold and conga / an- l.ounc' \ OTATO'SEED . ., .. .... 't ".t. r
'f. .
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ori ; the labors- believe the cow will "* .. 1\>' t .. t :' -1>
-lories testedapproved and most and *raJae the 'young pig.> If this i v ', .\
tt .entbuda.ttesdly.ndor.ed| 'by the ! prove* true,th. profit will, be greatly 'Oar; spring 1920 Catalogue U'dy:'ad win be, nailed free Lf, I /( t
;.. authorities,, and, proclaimed by bcreasedi ", . ., .. . > 'chart. .. request': It contain' isE.e atio.;, of value for Florida} R. S. FL&YGroceries D' :fL
y th*' eoou"people as,, tea tdmee'as3e -The! principal, thing' lIt, raise and f " . ':
,.-qulek ,and effective,; as whiskey., rock good stock 'and ;if ..-tie neighbor ; "ckerf. Planters.,1;* ,,J < .J ., 1" ;-,
-and. rye. or any tJaer. ,old'aD"-, cough would stock their;farms and would Now I Is the time 'to .place order ,ore all .*tidayoa can't,'atford, to i .ill"
they have eve*;Itried. ., to sell at" the time in '
r remedy arrange AIDe wall forseeds when thi> season arrive* 'plant. ,{;
:All drpg( stores 'are 'Dow'.auppUe4' on ,the'larger market, : ': .. ; ...'f '
''-with' tie.wonderful-. elixir, so all there ,would'be ,no doubt-oft the ultimate ,. ( ,
,i ''you liar to do to get rid' of that cold : *ueces. of hog raising here." ,j 'CANE-ORANCE-TEXAS'' RIBON CANE..MILLEr"; i I It''
' Is to step into tye nearest drag store, PEANUTS HOG GOOBERS-TEOSINTE: RAPE ..:.. EGYPTIAN: and A'':: i'
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back Jn .two : miaatea It, you, cannot.I O. ,are-requestedby the' Gazette ,,* :,Write.immediately',,' '. for'.catalorne and price .fiscal**.cal .a.M'fer.. ; , :i; .
,4 feel your cold fading away like a dream ; 'to- send'in. their,announcements .. I any special ,W.... lioa "yon .may' detire regardaag-"'your"ae";'. ; ',,T'lw' ,., i:;
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"Ileved, take the remainder', the bottle tho' Gazette' Wednesday: '.after >, t'i'i(Oldest; *st taj>>>E1ted teed Lou.. in 'Florida." ....;" l1fi ;.302 -Broadway! ? i f a aA
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tat'Floor Cotitaltis Large' Living. Room,-DItiihg' Room, Hall, 'Kitchen:,'Patilry, Bath D d"Thre 'Large cf.Ro )ln :', r* 7VT "

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LATE HOTEL ARRIVALS.Late Mrs. A.,,J. Schneider, Iowa City Ia.; KINGS' ,DAUGHTERS CLASS TO DELIGHTFUL, LAUNCH IUDEDPLEASURE dock at eight o'clock, and:were takento chocolate and coff.. Th e''gusts ,Included
W. W., Parmenter'and .wife Detroit GIVE CARNIVAL THURSDAY PARTY the. beautiful home of Captain and many visitor.Advertise */
arrival at hotels, those re- Mich.; W. C. Bryant Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. R.' W. Meiklejon through the ,
" aiding outside the state of Florida, Mr. and Mrr.'H.LG.'and A.iR.' Marr, 'The" King's Daughters Class'. of the 'The "ladies of the St. .John's Guild courtesy of, S. H.- _Bullock and' A.. ."- .your, wants fe the Valley f'
are as follows; St; Johns,'N. B.; J. B., Banks Atlanta Methodist Sunday school, which''' has are justly gratified'with results of Barbeau, who lent''their commodious. Gazette;. ,If' you have property'r'
GRAYSTONE HOTEL. Ga.) J J, Klopp,' Elkhart, Ind.: substantially contributed to the Or- the pleasure party at Paradise Island launches for the purpose. for sale 'exchange or'rooms for
i fJ' 'R. II. Lee, Hew York City: JE C. Ralph C. Jones, Blanche Jones ''and phanage at Enterprise and other Friday. evening which netted The evening'' was spent in game rent a small advertl.ement In our
Shearn, Atlanta, Ga.; F. A. Nolte, Miss .Bosworth, South Bend,* Ii\d.J, : worthy causes during the past years more then,twenty-five; dollar for the and amusements and the hostesses, classified columns 01_ will put you In' ,ti
s I. Ashland : :y.: W.' H. Matthews, DrJ! anr Mrs. F. D. Crl Smith Covington under the leadership their teacher -. Rectory building fund., Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. Meiklejon, touch with the, peoplee:,'you' want'to'
.Greensboro N.' C.; John R. Seller; Ky.; Miss Lucile Fort ,'Mrs;> D. -Wagner, I. now planning The'party gathered at the. city, served dainty sandwiches, cakes,- ot reach.' i- <&S-tf.,
Hartford, Conn.; A. H. Sneed Memphis Thomas, Ky.; Mr, and Mrs. G. Gill, to add to the treasury by giving J .
y',. Tenn.E. G. Gray and wile, Cincinnati. Williamaport Pa"; Mrs. S. B. Jones a carnival. . \
Ohio; J. R. Green and wife and Miss Jones, J.ifsvette.( Ind.; F. This will tak place next Thursday \- ,
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Villa Rica, Ga.; M. L. Wise and wife, L. Gordon, evening on the vacant lot atthe corner -
Atlanta, Ga. W. J. Stark and wife, 'n&o W. Ve. H. P. Uerber N/ (.r. of Broadway and Possiel '
and J. W: Morrish; and wife. Flint loan. C. H. Dil!-.hay, JopJm, Mo. which is now the of W. H. ,
t Atlanta K 1. f'1.Anlt'and..iI' (' g ; H. p. "lifter -, He I'm a goodyska&!
Mich.; J. A. Armstrong, ; lAkron.'O. R. H. II'ad.e' Ka'i.iniuto. Davis. Through Mr. Davis courtesythis says ?
J. Storch San Antonla, Tex.: S. F. ; spot will be'transformed that _
Philadelphia..' F. Stell NI h.; C. B. Weston.: taboo( : 4
Pa. B. all
Fiaher ; date and'will.have the .
wife, 0.; O. F. Vance, Macon r.<, ; Gene appearances -':. k Chesterfield .J t" sT-i
and Mrs. L. A. Fish and Mrs. of a real carnival. There will .. ,. j \
:ia;: and II. A. H"we, Indisr.AIOOUA, ,
Beck, Moulton, Ga.; William M. Car- be1' a midway where' China, Japan .
Intl.. II. Wj 'Varauin and wi'j . ,
ty; Jin and wife,' Indianapolis;,Ind.; Mrs.Alma ar and Africa,-will have special reprea- .; i \
Ga. Z. Sander Alias ,Bernice Aldrich, Jeffersonville; I T REALZpaI-t1iat'e Che erfleld. Look"
: Lanier, Auburn, ? fntation.There will be 'a booth A 5'
*; Miss. E. S. Hobbs, N'Y, - where' work," flowers 'and! cake '
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Chicago AberdeenJ: WV H.-H.McCaHitter; Chat THE MANHATTAN.J.B..DavisCasUllaN.C. will be sold There will be ice'cream ,-. :at Its record. Three: rolllton'mokcra' -r.<*./.:i!';\' -. 45

tanoogra Tenn.;. A'Phippa and : ,; H. C.' pink' lemonade, popcorn,peanuta.'and ;less than five ''years((oh' the 'market. TIro''I''O.. ; r
.'-wife... Oyster, Bay.. Nj..Y.J. ;. ..'Mr.r . _and Witt. Mt. Vernon'' O.; Mrs." J. L.. confetti for .a e., ' words'explainIt-Tt SaNtlil' .: :n .1" "
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; W. M. Knansi. Logan,' just what I its nature will be the V '4 .Our expert..buyers) 'Iri the Orirat. lect for.',' / ,' .
and Rosetta and .
Mr. Mrs.
; ladies in 4 ,FOR SiQM, ACH Adolph and Ethel Rosetta.Benton The. committees having the, event Chesterfields: only' the' flf atRtade; bf : '
-, AND LIVER Harbor Mich.; I.' Mcpherson, Rochester incharge, follows! '. w .* 7'< 'Jtt I fouf choicest: 'varieties'of ,Turkish 'tobaced. <1.
a, ,' N. Y4; 3.' B.:',Keyes, Salem, 'Chairman., Mrs., L., II.;!Ingram.. i
.1 -Augusta, Ga.i-"Dr.'Pbra9'Golden Ind.;':Ray Leach,1 Chicago:1 Joe Becker Japan Mrs. J. D.;Woodbeck, Misses 't I, ;To'',these. are added' the best .o'(.'mlld,1. >ut', ,

;' ,Medical LHacoveQ. Is bars bert medicine I and George Leakes, New'York ,Loul..Tho. a Ji: and Virginia I ,full-bodied,, Dozneetic.teaf.: : ., :, !t!, * ,.
ever kmnra for' City; ,Tillie. Rubenaker and RegliuShort "
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,\, .,stomach. troubt 'ar' ,. Ripley/ 0.'P. ''M.'" Drake Be: I .Africa: :!..M,... D/W.Alderman Mrs; \. fiat In the end,i if> ','the'blend that mates< .t. ". ':\ '
I, ,, an derangement thany,. O.iE.i R.'Ko.injW.. C. liich- Howard .Anderaon, .Misses Ethel Hall S 1 '
liver. Poe over W.M. Chestertelds>.'*afc/l.," Arid the blend-otir''
ardson; Hale and Sam.Carey; and Ada C. Wagner.' : .F
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; f r'a .ba ai 1& too.Vferant Rome;E.Crawford Gar ,R.S. Hall', Boston.M....; ChInas! Mrs. J.' Roberson, Misses \ . ., r l: r ;i..&iTate, f0rIA1"CQ1UOf. tbe.kopled*. ;;: ..
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) of my immediate Conn.; George W.',Burnett,'Chicago; ner. ' ., : ," -} '4 .:. : :- .Esaa,1rr; pper'of 'inbisnireiprooffpaper \f

I have never family known and !, ;,. M.,Stary, Petersburg ., > Flower, Cake and 'Fancy' Work' ':. 'r -. /'>10' n) '' .teak in. ,,the flaror.. : '"Jc;..,.'. ;f... .,'.
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''. ease stomach tray ,IrIR WHITMAN'TO BE,,'HER Bailey,',Mrs E. L.: .leYi.Mra.. Lee r., ,' .w........ I.,' .. AJt.. .
his of any"'" lam ; SOON.' -s' Rogers Mrs." Keen; and Miss! Ella \ ; ,.'If\\; .
1 cUd to recommend 'Ghbert.Package ..' ., 1 J.- 1t.1 ""
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.t'','"< 33olden Medical Di4IOftIY" > Mrs., A. B.., ,Whitman, Vice-presi baler) .U....'C.E.; ,Hilton, \" ..... ,,.../,,. ." ,," ., .".-. I'" 'ltt '-.!J.--.. .',I .1)'>' .
r { It !Ui worthy of any praiM I eanfop r' ,,. ". ,' : :' .'. 1"1. " ,
lEi... 1& old and auk .''-. .,Eo. dent. section;seven Florida> Federation Mra. Wood Tyner'and'Miss;; : Charlie 'L ,\ '"I' .fI'
. ..', r{.tVDDY, 19U Talcot young S,. *. \ :; of Women's*Clubs,' is\,the 'contemplated Mae *Cross.\ : i', ',,,11, 1"\-':......,'" 'Ii j( f .\ ," '"" r" \. r 01." '.'14(ilj!; (
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Hoadache ., Whitman address ,. . ,, -+, 'r 'b. : \ '" \ a'. r'N''
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v Club. ;;Mrs. will Kra C. Summers, Mrs. E.,-. E.Weijs'and \ r 4 .: '. >,.
I' iSt. :AuiurtJ e.'; >J--"WawiJ-1",- I was the club'. n'Friday afternoon, Feb. Miss vdeo. Wooldrld,.. ,_ .. .,. ... y . .- 1-;. 'i of;1.i. :- .f At'". \' 4f'1'.t' .111",{' ,
..n old; I had ; and I., 20.: :Her,'topic,will be that of genera i'Entertainment-1 Mrs. H. C. Play ,\ ' 'j I\i I T...,, .' ,L" .
,.) took withAk DV".My niotherlried all federation work."*-An invitation' is no;Mrs. George Gardner :4nd Mr's.G.5 f'r. 1'1 ..,'1 '. 1}
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: extended to dub women throughoutthe' M.:, Shearouae. : ;; v* .. : .
'\'Iif .',.Bit IXkll cot*.. .a 1 few took vial them of Dr..M/l Pierae's"eommm.ed PtoaMat to county to attend the meeting, Arran rem nts:': Messrs;. WV 't* I '"\ ... ,,. '. :. '...' \ ", '\'. .''t.

':Improve r4phaway., I toot.I.' ... bottle.1 : which'.'will- be''' held at the chapter Panlk.Person J: 'Wade' :"' :-Tucker. ,G. W. ....: : ,:t.. ,t.(" 4'.,r 1. ".'.. ,. 1' ''+1.I r'. 7S. "" ,...4't .4'.'" .;.'> ,

' d headache'l' UW all and theme I was for cured.about I two bad yean had*. I house. . ..Y'v--' ' "I j- t* \ ;,," '. .. ..,r"

. iIi',, \a nee only tamed phyataaUy but I Itainad inw ".Vid.i: prated the .' " ; .
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.icht. It wormed mu tboucb :I. needed;: tlot'f01'lr8t the Klsslmme Val ,., / l' _. '__ ._ .
omethlnc' like tb.'Polletheyt. iuickmmy .Cazett Job Department. ley Guette'o1fIf'e4'd... Una printing.iRkYS1ONI f 41'1'': \ :

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. ,iwt.o.. ...... trouble, an ailment.! hare been' \;. ;. ,., '". ' : f '.
{ erio4Irom' for about twenty years durintf. t" ,STEAM;HEATED ,RUNNING : ,II 1...
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MLa Fertilizers; ,and Fertilizer: Materials. ', A :., ': We.. Use No Filler

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k Ue.ctiDoa a saving of approximately 25 'per cent in freight charges, to.say. nothing of the saving in. hauling and labor, handling.AD I ,mixed: goods ''guaranteed ''to'analiie on basis of a. ton of 2000 Ibs..,;.with the'

a ;. filler, (used only to make weight) left out- *' '

: Our new factory* {a Jacksonville is 'prepare to fill your order without any delay wLatner,,aDd our specialty ts to make, up any formula yon. may require! and the price will surprise ;-0U. '.

Y We are receiving our first cargo of..GENUINE GERMAN SULPHATE of{POTASH f since the war and are. prepared. to,give yon:February delivery IB any quantity, and to use, it In our mixtures. ,:


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", 3to, 4 Potash. '1 ;\f.i. 4'.I to 5. Potash.3b0 ? msr* ""' Itf : lj', I" i, )! :;No Potash. :

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j 550 Ibi. Goat Manure Ibs. Nitrapo. ., ,. 200 Ibs. Nitrapo. I'' 'I'

.'; .j.200 Ibt. Nitrapo (nitrate of potash). 130 lb. Goat Manure. 200 Ibs. Blood and Bone. 800 Ibs. Steamed Bone.

::1' I' ?O' ]bs.< Sul. Ammonia. ""'" 70 ]16x.; Sul. Potash. 40 Ibs. SuL ...Ammonia. *r$ Vjffy.\ ', .\ : 1.50. Ibs. Nitrate.,Soda. +t.. ;
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.t ;1i 750 Ibs. 'Acid .Phosphate. 1000 Ibs. Acid Phosphate. ., 920 Ibs.. Acid phosphate. '- f'' '/< >" f.,." '""''385 Ib'. .Acid, Phosphate. ; .I

E\\ : 1600 Ibs. put. up in 10 bags. of 160 Ibs. I 1600 Ibs.I put up -in I 10 bags of 160 Ibs. .:..J. 600 Ibs. put '' 10*btgt'ofyl6OjDs.) .", "t 1450 Ibs. put tip in 10 bags. 6f 145' 11>..

each; Price $43.00. I each. Price 149.00.J, each. Price .$Sl. 0. < ""t, ,1( ;:. '' ; each. Price. $47.00. I

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-0. -- Each bag equivalent to 200 Ibs.: fertilizer of the analysis\ shown; All Prices F. 0. B. Jacksonville. 1'J'Jl.

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I product we guarantee runs 97'per cent in Lime Carbonate, aad is in a most available state which is not the case with a saajority of .the Eases snanufactmred for agricultural purposes.

j.; This source of Ease will sweeten and condition the soil quickly. It does not take several years to become available. r1,

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Ii' delivery or for shipment during January, February, and March- J

':+ ;' NEED' ANY GRANULATED BLUESTONE THIS, SPRING? We win deliver it at any point in this section at 9Vi cents: per peed' in quantities ef 100 Ibs. 'or more .I
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'lOSSIMMEE The Gainesville News advertisesfor BOARD OF' TRADE ACTION. and boost Kissimmee. nor, that' he will .canter in, under the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. iReq. l'
fifteen pounds of good clean rags Tonight will reveal whether there wire; salute the judges;; he peopleof W. H. Dresch, Ph. D. ;
Is to be concerted action, whether
Y . .......... '......." for its job printry. The words good Tonight,the members of the Board personal feelings will be cast aside the state, and go to his stable in 10 a. m., Sunday school and Bible .
>Valley tJe_..." and clean eliminates an opportunityof Of Trade will ...emtle.t the Gray and the best interests of Kissimracesubserved. Suwannee county and there await classes. ,
K....___ F..rI.. stone Hotel in annual banquet. And 11 a. m.. Morning worship subject
r disposing of our "baggy britches. ,Let us hope the members the day of his inauguration. ,.
W. B. H........ ............ . over the festal board good fellowshipwill of the' Board of Trade will see the //Why should he not do .,sot lie "Workers'' With God.
"! to. (U. \... Ai..w. s.- achool of affairs. The 6:30 p. m., Christian 'Endeavor
Gainesville is to have a new reign f true state oysterswill
w ......._1 .. .N.. It. than be and the combines the legal mind with the meeting, topic, "What Prayer" Will '
building but nothing I. heard of one This affair will be- more a more palatable
: s..o. B.__. for Klssimmee. The last outside Joyous occasion... There will be a cbfTee have a delicious and inspiring' commercial knowledge the business Accomp i.h./ ,

,.,), j One. ''Copy Copy. On.Six Month YeVrOn __.-.-,...-.,...........,1.00../ structure hired for the divided seventh business session .during the eveningand flavpr. . .,' acumen which fits him for the 'of- "Sampson.7:30 p"nfc,' Preaching', subject, ,S
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'rear Oa. Copy Tbre. Month.---_... ..eeI grade, 1s a misfit for the pur the annual election'of officers fice. Cary 'A.. Hardea' is a lawyer.He 7:30 *
{l0SI. ,. will be held. And it is mandatory that HARDEE SURE-.WINNER. is a banker. He has had legislative p. m., Wednesday prayer-- ,
AIr! communication except. ffbm our, men who will work hard and unceasingly experience of meeting.
.authorls.dcorre.pondent.....ned by.tho writer. mut- b. A New "Zealand girl w' o C s h! rood fore' the welfare of Klssim Reviewing the newspapers of the the house of representatives and NOTICE OF ,f
Rejected matter will not b_ returned swimmer has come 10,000 ni'ej!: to mee during" the next year shall be state, in news and editorial columns, knows the needs of Florida., And REGISTRATION."to-; "j.J
inl.s* cal e4 tor.;:_ marry an American. If h4 has to placed in office. There has been too' there is but one man really in the what this state needs as soon as E. D. Katz supervisor of registration ,II
(Knterd tn the Po.totftoe.t Kl..lmw go that far to get rid of him later on much "let George do it" in the past. race for Cary A. Hardee. possible is a business guide at its announces that the registra!
'. ..e", Florida' a* .cond-olui. matter.) 'natatorial accomplishments 'may There has not been' that esprit* de Almost unanimously,. the press of, the head.He Lion books of Osceola county will be ..
J>, come in handy. corps that should characterize a state in and the is broad minded, a student and opened at the office of the supervisorof I
body, Qf men forming a business or- smaller municipalities, are for the r logician combined, a man of refinement registration at Katie store Mon '
'. The governor of Kentucky made ganizaZion.It' man from Live Oak. and one of the-mbst'approachable day March jl to May 1, from 8<30
certain that a negro would not 'be ... is a sorry tale to relate but Traveling men of the state, men I. of men. a, m. to 6 p. m., and .,In the various
lynched, even at the cost of-lives of nevertheless 'an undeniable fact Anda who represent commercial lines and vX] precincts from Monday March .1-to 'r.ji.
six':' white men and 14 of his own community'' cannot i get anywhere talk -ovejf political nitcottens with The Lenten season begins this -.nd including April 6. Any oualified
....... race wounded.' The law.wa. ,upheld when such a .feeling permeates theminds leading peoplesay the concensus of year 'Wednesday February 18, Ash elector whose name is not now on r ;

yw but.the: cost-was great. tions.: of. men, :'and.,' ,'controls tbeir'ac f opinion is thet lI'a 'cfee 'is a sure win Wednesday., '. the. .registration 'books mar; register.. > .'"

',ne .Lakeland "Telegram' declares But a far brighter outlook'appears .. -
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Florida moonshine,'is ,the I beat ever, on the horizon. Encouraging action "oq .. .... _6 : 'II
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w Os ? and there is no law against enjoying was taken .at ,the last meeting,'of A-
it 'to .the.C limit. Be nor '.ex licit the board- of '.trade.- A' .handful of : .. ": : :
a ,, ATEtf1Ey5W please:' To the uninitiated the statement men were -sensible .enough to know ., t- '. .. \
;is rather misleading.-. that they could not properly choose "
officers 'when therewere, but'few ,/I. ", i'IO\!
Census taken' ;;ow: using airplanes 'members) present.- ''Wise heads plan .t .bj!
,FRIDAY FEBRUARY 13.: 1929 ; handy for enumerating .dwel ned for the,election' of officers by appointing \ :'"
len on the islands off".the I coast of a nominating committee to si ; :
'i ,I.a .negro {.Jacksonville stole a, FIorIdk;lit is, stated.' Bimini. and ctionsand; ascertainowh ewll'the'responsible fill nl- / ::420" 0Copies'.M: 'fceivedThi'sW.eek' : ;
Nassau for'ln.tance. though z :
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iu-writer.from ,preacher.| possessions. .positions and reportto 9. i. J __ > .
they are English .. _. ,
',{a '*for' Holy :Writ. w. reckon., the full body tonight. It \''was a ....., .. "f. 0

'F111paJat. '"The''Indian River Star' of,Cocoa In strong committee-Composed, of Messrs. ' ,. :..
patenon, IN.'Ja.! can announcing the birth of a baby and .' ,.W"D.. 'Crawford A.Akermanaud '
buy whiskey; tfl"per, pint All will stating,that mothers and child were :.Mayor W. J: Steed. There Is .' . Look ; '
.likely.. enjoy}; an "extended, convalesicence. doing fine, adds that,-Dr.-Page' Ie in no',doubt but, that .they will submit (: ; .. ;S Come in 'And Them 'Oofr S..', '. '' '
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than the names of aggressive! menfyll I '
attendance. Betteradvertising '
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1 f JPJ*MB **"" ""* from the stage of a show house.!, energy resources .' ," ' I' ' '.j ". .
the the advantage " i I<"t ' 1. '; .c' , .1, ". A\\ I)iI! '
who -ahead to
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demanded Men can see ,' \ ,, :. 1
i'v'-Y' Six-Germans trial war criminals by are Get ready for the South' Florida of Klssimmee and-who. will "t'...' ',..\" .',,".',<:..,.: .f& '. .' '.. .' r' : , :',' ",; : : ;t.. I', ,
lies for as '
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dead.. Se'ftD..l1/! eatOtaiser. Fair and Gasparilla Carnival at Tam be acceptable to the board,' of..tradeas'a .. 4', ,; "' '1./o!!' ',,;I".."t\I\f\-;;.:.," :...:",. ,', ,'" ,. {'" ..' .'t. ::19t.f.;. ''': .';', ,;;, "" I.' .;, +:
,1&'worse than a dead one.. pa .February" 1621. It. will be agreat' ;whole.. '. evidenceshoot Iy S'1\t, ( '....: 1- !'" \\.f' : '\\: .. t-i 'I r( < : {1\i.\.J\ :' :\ ;,; t..y.; .. .f n. :.,.' .
IThe.. should be 4 >k :: "' "< ALSO \ : ; Jo'' '
exposition Osceola 'county some. ; : $ wyxww'-rz! 'W\11). > > ? & *
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Viscount Waldorf Astor'. has been cattle will \be" on exhibition. Rat( this .city' of: 'the existence 1 ; + \ : : ,' ' ,
offered the vost' controller ?road. rates have ..been :arranged.. of a board Of' trade or' some ' u'w. 1 : ':; ,: :rl:; :I"i' . ' ;1'f'" ,- of Great Britain.: ,He and Lady-4.- business body.' Where can >one f find ': ."tf : : ; :: <*

0 '.. "tor are now auuredofy at, .least .ham Governor'' Catts "fliverlng"' in structure of any kind in this mu ,' (....ffMff.. . shipment,..of; WHITMAN'S. ;.''"'' " ,J: ,
of Florida nlclJa1itbeanDI',, the' ,sign "Boardof \ '
aDd ecaThe' ; the we.tern'countle.; on a ." .. ', :j',1't," I" ,
iF T ,l campaign tour. He, has a long way .Trade.1" There Is a sign stuck ,.."... c' ... I Y ,' \ ""'
:I"alBeach'' !Seminole Sun to go and some' rocky traveling, Inth.t Inside' the city, ball building labeled ',: ,: II;"T ,: .." f ,, .. """,f
:'panes, plans are being perfected. ,tin Liny as Florida is.a state Secretary;Board' of Trade.", Tax -' ," \ It, '
Some 'of our'northern ,.brethren who of vast,area ,inhabited .by ,sensiblepeople. payers and .lIe...... Gilbert and Mc '. .
r and tumbling on .the ice. .* S '. Lean. city officials, see it.'. But what .. .' .. HAVE. YOU TRIED GREEN RIVER? ':* ": '
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t ,'wouldsliding the affair'All .." tourist has ever had a' glimpse of it f- l
i' Gov. '(Catt.recently, fired :Sheriff! and how many: know where the, city .)., ., 'as'r: ,... ., ., \ ,.
the; Huns 'on'' tho,)Allies..extradition Van Pelt 'of Eseambia'' count and ball Is and would believe it was a t V" **> 4 4. .*t -,< . .'. ,
t4'f ,list who,can,',are.; running for appointed sheriff taker city hall in a town of 4,200people. i .
Switzerland fQrrotection. That who' now charges' the Pensaeola If they did happen-be assured Uwar'such. -. ,
t'k4I f. ,t. 'ittlo' republic islSBing) ', overcrowded courts,,are 'controlling and-he ,, cannot .' A casual glance by strangers I .. ""','" .. .. : I, .. :. ;'

',:with 'criminals and_scnnu',, secure i convictions, lie threatens 'to would give house'them' the Impression byone <: ..,.: .1,:} y1J7;;j irt', ,t", :Central 'Drug'Stor ,
resign. Cans has been called t --the a , : .
a *, Pen otai bad ''-pencfljday:> It scene; Another. \sheriff p babI1.,- of-the :residents long in since< gone to ..'... ('..',..1,' ';' '',,'." ," ."'...,,.,' '.''>.1.-' ';.,\"". , ..... UI"L.'I!_.' ... Q, .._: .. .. \
with ta dayThe schoolchildren histrewardand now possession \ "uau... and.. ... .
corresponds ... 'MG"';', .... .0\< J'c";
tbe benefit Too bad ,Lieut. ,Col. Barden. U;, S. one of.the oldest inhabitants, .by reason Plaon.,41':1'"r., ? .
sold ,
pencils : '
*, jf the community service and made A., was skeptical.about the,tonnage !pf. 'Inheritance. .; . .I', ""''yo'- ,h .." .. .....1" "I . .. .!i ' I'i ", N ..'0":"':' '".!'.,.'., "
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The secretary's sign' suggests ;
,' markaln; a $10,000 drive on waterway In this 'vicinity. 'I' 1.) 'f" . ... 1 'l 7
good ..
\ his mind that secretary should employed '
; When a'person makes'up \ \ -: "
w' ;> The),}'Times-Union. .. 'says 'it '>ba not to believe'anything,' ?it usually. for the duties of the office and .that ',' .. ,' !"< jt'-; : r ,. 'ii, ," ,.. : 1t, j' ; ..
fj. rant'to:? give:your money .waygiv'it ; calls ,for some discouragement but alone., : 'He should be paid a.good .. s , t<' ... ', Id' :: ", r5' ,, ,:: i '1 ,
/If. ':l tosomebeggar'whp.9s too -Cou?- not In this instance. Facts and figures salary; ..1evote.; his .entire.time to the "' ,). !. ')f, : .,:. S,4. 'l!"'0 'I'f /".. .. q .. 'IJ' IJ "f .V" 't'' ''''''"',''rr' 'CeS"' -'' 'IIf .
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to to call it a drive. Merely are in'in'possession-'of the.-commercial ' work. and be provided 'with": fund ..,,,"; J 1

.,.:too. .your," a<"Agogd' name; ;for. Ifc", men:here..; -sufficient.. with"''I' .which; to advertise. .: 1 . .'j\ .- or ",

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; ''-- 1 beam' s : .. ( ::: :: ::::! E 'W'If- 'ff FEBRUARY '21t'Continuous

.visltfnggrLfv.skebetewh.*;':return. ,** I .. i" ; .... ', l 1c.cIMM'. . .... I- '' I.r... l .

to his ,home in Plant pity:: .."* J3.Shows THE: JflOSTENTAN" iNi."tOVE" STORY EVER' TOLD l' :2-1T

Our R mn.nt"'S.te" begins! tomorrow : . .
H. C.. Stanford ,Co., ; ..... t''' A. ,Drama of. Wider, :Appeal'Than'>>., '' (tl r* Ever Been Presentedion: 'Any .Screen. ,- _.

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,, Mr. and 'Mr..- a; H. Roberson'have
returned to their home in- Kiisimmee.
after a visit to Jacksonville} !i
'41 For steam' vulcanizing, see "H. E.
Phay at Mach's Garage. 84tpd.

W., Fi Bozeman, of Leesburg, spenta

fw days in Kissimmee this week, t / ,, ,
; u buying ,and shipping, oranges. y / J ,
*j One heavy work horse and one r 1

.fresh cow for sale.' J..W.Millers 6-2t

pP.', Newton, the' well knownwinter
visitor made a, short stay In

Tampa the dearly part of this week. .
'The first episode of William' Duncan .
k .< in hill- thrilling serial will. start "HAVE' READ THE BOOK', ,

at the, Casino .Monday.' . MILLIONS I I HAVE SEEN THE PLAY Prices 25-35-5O Warta*, !Included'( 1 II

Com to the Y, P. 3. C.?E.'' at the at6:4a I WILL SEE THE PICUAtENeverin'the :

Christian,' church; Sunday evening. ,-
,,, Mr. and Mrs. Potter of Lafayette, '' : 4
of Motion Pictures
+ Ind., .,'who are in Kissimmee for the : History '

l winter, were*: recent}visitors" .,to 'Winter .- :Shows Starts at.f' Continuous: Performances ;
such'an '
e Park. Has any other production created absolute. .sensation as. '
Visit our Remnant ,Counter,, andaavef u : '' / "
Safe begins Saturday.H. :3-7.9:1S t2''to' 111 'p., m.. t,
money. ,
C. Stanford Co. > :' , "THE', SHEPHERD. OF THE HILLS"It -'.

dr C': D..visitor Landis, .in attorney Kissimmee of TJeLandwas'a this, is the greatest coBirilmliei ever Bade' t. the screed and 'is '....'i il the addst.('upreced, ted! .Patrons. are. kindly' requested' :to attend: :afternoon "showsi to I

x week; coming to attend, the session "* ' "" r-proiperhy i. .earl ievery important city ibis, co .try and abroad f L :avoid the crowded'nishts' V 4'f 4"I.
: / ;
r. of the circuit,court.\ ? \t t a),' I s .. :; . , j/oo

;- '-Morgan S. :'Dickett.\ and*bride of .
.Chattanooga Tenn. last week were ',' J .'
visitors. in KI..ImmeelrUe.t.M. Breaker.e. . of Mr. Men meeting at Mfethodlstgalow > 1lun- Wean pleased''' to note that;Hon. BuIiD ufClR.cLE: DELIGHT. > 1II

and Mrs. H. at 3 o'clock Sunday af C.:' A.i Carson is so' far 'recovered 'Casino"Theat'fe"
t rooms
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"sev : ; f > FULLY ENTERTAINED PelilicahAM8i111D1e111s'1.
For Sale or Rent-Fine large . t.rnoon"Allmen. and boys cordially from his recent Illness aa to'' tup. t

r en roomed house. standing' quarter laces- ,, invited.,,. ?' t U and, around.apln.., TBB HOMH Or OOOD"PlC1I'l7Rllla" The February meeting. :of' ills
the prettiest
block. One of )
W In town; Apply Valley Gazstte.; tfP."G. Orlando' Walker. of Palatine tils., ''That sis room 'cottage furnished, Week of februalylslsz0 Building Circle,' an"organization-of .-: 'FOR''OOtINTY' COMHTSSIOmm.:

: Wa was in Kisslmmee Thursday calling with new garage, on Dixie Highway, HATINEB 4 I". M. NIGHT 1:11 ladies who are members of the First .. t h...."y aanoynoj' .taysel '
WagnerandMbsAd: ---,on. friends and,left In the eveningfor a real-bargalnrCome-let ue-show r.---r /' 1Japttar-eh, >r'hald'Monday.rue110me '1I.te"Yorf the ofdoe of Count y. .-. 1'
.V-j-Nt1I'D1ld-1ro.-oi'1alldo-; Tampa. yon. 0.elsonRealty', Company" MONO AIT Qr Mrs J., C. Griffin, wa*' so .mlaaloner from. mat..att No. I, and
? .oUeit
weQl'la.t week to attend reapectfuliy the apport of teavot.r.
when they : Select Presents Olive Thorns In
the funeral of W. H. Peters.The Readiour1Advertisement' in Classified Mrs... W. C.' Massey and her two Ir..l.IP.-2.* mw tr I" largely attended'that'' it establisheda of that dlstretl. .'b. June ,pri-'
list. It contains bargain Nelson First: Kitimoaa or ouncan la ' record, and'a generous "Offering mBrv"I,
"Birth of a Race" in ten m..- Realty Company. Interesting sons ofPerry,. Ga."havearrived .""SMAaHlNQ BARRIERS." was added to the treasury which*!* ,,L H."-WnTKBRBKB.I : : .- "
for'.t' the home"'of , .
is the attraction at the ChrissUanchurch'will a '
reels <
sire big The sermons at the- Mr. and Mrs. J. E.rle'Lupfer'' Mrs.Massey TIIBSDAVBlsle now a, parsonage fund" . FOR .811:....... ,
Casino today be as followi ll a7m., Is Mrs. Lupfer's niece. Ferg-uson In Mr* Griffin and, her'sisterMrs.. hereby announce for the otioe'.f'
MV and ii; B. a \"FowJer} of Study of a Family|.7:80 p. .JD., Studyof A Paramount Feature. Elizabeth' Waring were hostesses, wire of Ovoeola
1 Mrs. Mal Lamb came'home Thursday County.l'appr.cIati.
Michigan City Ind.,are ,visiting their a Life.: Everybody welcome. (t Comedr "Bill's", AnnlT.r ry.' and their cordiality, made even ,the I' do mr duty., .. _
uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. S. A. from: the hospital in Formosa, ...' winter'visitors 'who were among'theguests your support. ' ca
'Wallace TINDAIX.
atl the Casino .
,x where she has been for the past YFOR'
Maboette street.: feel /
219'home. .
Bogoe at ,
automobile salesman'.l\DcI. Dorothy Qtsh In. a delightful comedypicture
t.. Reid
L;,C. Massey one of the leading< speeder' bU new Paramount Pho' three weeks. Mrs. Lamb's many No program is arranged for" themeetings' ;*' ,' '*.. .......'
friends will be learnthat .
' gratified 'to TLL GET HIM ' '
of the Circle but'oncthb,
+ attorney of v Orlando .aa.a'visitor toplay'The"Racing. Road.-, .* ahe is in Mutt and Jeff In t ".reby'.nnounoe myself as .' cans,
; ( greatly improving ,
to Kissimmee week, coming hero to "FOR BETTER: OR FOR, WORSE." afternoon Mrs. G: W. Best,' county dldat. for tbe'olllc. of Sheriffof 0.-
of the circuit John ../ Beal of Gastonia; N.\ C., health. chairman.for the Near East relief oeolacounty,' and'reepeetfully, solicit
attend, the session and Mrs.' Beal; are{ Kiiaimmee :visitors Seven room modern house, large Bennl.on TRUR.DAYLouise drivel ispokefofthat: Iworkv$ Miss the theun..aport.ol the democrauesv.t.raIns
In prl.m..r.7.
court. section .and tube work at ," stopping the :home of 1' Mrs. lot, newly painted for rent or sale. THE: ROAD CAIXRD BTRAIOHT" : Charlie Mae brow,' who is' the guest \ r" '.\ - ... _H.JIMIT1Z. .,.. ,
:' We ''do E"'a ,C..EcYtaakhn-o, { Em mett.street., Bearing:-orangetrees;-good gang -- Western-F.at1lr.------. or Mrs.*J.;J.;Griffin rendered several. <

reasonable prfeear Hi Wtpa.J. : Ftate, stock"f arm''
.: equipment.1 and*wen Lbtock.d, ,.cheap.: Victor VanDuser,' who has ,,been PttlDATHarold Harold Smedall; of '''Atlanta'sang am i a candidate, for the. offlee-'of.. ( '
clerk of'the cir. Sheriff county, amd will
U Overstreet. has Nelson Realt.CpmpanJ'--' ? i'Ml the,guest of his mother, Mrs..Y.'Van Bell "WHs-hrs v ' "Carry'Me, Back', to 'Old' Vlrglola.whl ... appreciate, your vote and upport. In
suit court, advises rat that be. 'I', 'Mra.,Annie :Cook.of"*Quincy 111., Duser of this city for,the past three "THK: : HHKPHKHU OF THE HILLS." h- was an added' pleasure.' the' democratic. ) primary to be held
Soldiers and Sailors Discharge Rec, arrived. in .the city Monday and will weeks, has returned to his home in Pearl'. While In > Mrs. Griffin 'and Mrs. Waring,:assisted nextJune., If ....ot.. I''promise toadmlnlaten
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all the .tfutlee Of the- a.
be to get '
.ords.'and will. pleased spend the.wremalnder "+of>: tbe winter Vandalia, Mo. Mr. VanDuA: is'well by Misses Mary Spur. and Impartially, and to, do mjr level beatto
discharges a for i .record, no ...chargemade wltb' beta old) time friends$ ,the, fel- known hereand at Loughman, where Elizabeth Waring/: served delicious .make the beat sheriff this. county, .
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. hot chocolate and wafer concludingthis has evert had. -
sons,: .Broadway; $ ') he resided for several years : '.
Coming Friday, Feb. 17th. Mary Pick- f -UoR. 4'FOR,00011TY'
evi v F4RIfER.
= ,
Sale:or'R.nt ?tn large event
For Mr: *; P. Ct:.Flint, JneL daughter 'W. G. McCleland, of Whittier,' announces ford In her lat_' picture, pleasant the meetingswen'Mrs.. .
en roomed houser-standing' on Abble THE HEART OK THB HILLS." Attending
t pacesin' of Wisconsin arrived in Kissiramoe -/ his candidacy for county COMRI..IOAR0.W ,
t .. ter block. One of prettiest this week and are .visiting commissioner1 from district No. S in >I O. C. Mrs. '.E."F.' Collier,
town. Apply Valley Gazette tf this Mrs. la, Mrs. Ransom Mrs.Leon . a., McClelland of 'Kenansvlllel
Mra: Flint's sister Mrs. D. H. Ferguson Mr. McCleland'is a pioneer
Dr W. L. Brandon representing Fennell and her mother-in-law, announce his candidacy for'C ' of Kenansville : .
Mrs. Hardy Johns Verona .tr et. resident of the Whittier section ,
on the :American Lyceum Bureau has Oommlaeloner from District NoOsceole / ,5. _
in Kissimmee recently and underwent has friends will Mrs. Fennell/ Mrs.. IL M. Breaker .. ..... I
was ; and. Mr-McCJ.lI&A .baa
which E. W.:Slaymaker and ,wife of New many been-'Kissimmee' ' twintV"
slight operation Countyfor the paat
a give him their
two local surgeons. ton. Kansas, who are visiting at the Influence and sup. with ,a' course, of lectures .to be delivered -' B.' WoodalfI.Nn.Wayne'Alleu! : yrare.' enraged 'In farming and cattle
was performed by completelyrecovered home of |A. S. Nelson, went to Tampa port. ;here at a later date on two Mrs C. H.;.Funk,. Mrs.,'F. Herzberg" ral.lna.n .Ilt( elected,, .aeiuree- .the y.

Mrs.and returned to her home. Thur.dayfor, a short stay and 46 acres, beautiful water front on subjects, The.League .of Nationsand Mrs. W W. Bell, Mrs. Rugg and her.. b..t people oervloee of hl4 at district hie command.and county 'the. '
ill return here. Sunday.' St. Johns, to exchange for larger .
Shall America Oo To Wat With daughter, Mrs. Suhl, Mrs. M. Cos-
Beginning tomorrow, Saturday, A. V. Long and wife of Gastonia, property near ;or in Khsimmee. Will Great Britain Over the' Irish Ques ner, Mrs:"'Judd' and daughter'Mrs.' ,I IMcCul1oug pORICODNTY JUDGB.I '

we will offer a large lot reduced of remnantsfor N. C., where Mr. Long U a prominent pay cash ettfference. Nelson Realty. ,tion. J' ej; ., of Georgia, Mrs. Leit-I ', 'hereby announce -myself a candle

sale at greatly price banker,' are motoring the state ompany. 'Mrs.' H.Mirple" and,.two chlld.. ner."Mrs. E/ S.' Hall Mr*. Edrds.t' date for County Judire of Oaoeote
d H. C. Stanford Co. and are, here for a stay of some timeat Principal S., F.. Hadley,' of the Kis ren, Helen and arrived in' Kia- Mrs.:F. R. Wade Miss Cross.of County,l sob .et to the 'I>emoor.UoPrimary .
Z. :A,. ,Jolaer, of, 0g1ethorpe.Ga.., the home of S. L. Lupfer.' simmee colored school is putting on : simmee Saturday Billy last from Sioux Georgia Mrs. Whitfleet. Mrs.< Tjadin,' l'will etrlveC to .be If'elected helU June to perform, Sth, UB.the '

spent a few days here this week Prairie ranch, fronting on Anti a drive to raise funds with which to Sity. Iowa' and are making their Miss klfzabeth. Thompson ..Miss dutle .ttbetofflce. efBelently, .coutr.*
.I visiting his brother, W. A. Joiner! lake,. cheap and easy terms. Let uitell extend the term of his school to home with the father and mother of Mary Speir. :hire J. D. Jeffords, Mrs.' teoualy arid Impartially. fOEQROIII
superintendent of the water and. eight months.. He has instituted a C. A. .WO. FOX.. .....-.
you about it. Nelson' Realty Mir" Marple, Mr. and Mrs E. T. Milliron Mrs., Hauser Mrs : ;.;,.
light pleat.. Mr. Joiner. is a large Company tag sale for this purpose' and will, Marple, 525 Mabbett street. Mr. H. Carson, of Dayton : Mrs. A. H. FOR-MAYOR.. j *

grower' and shipper of watermelon! Dr. 'Charles Molth of New 'York make a .thorough' 'canvas. of the pa- S. Marple 1a''on the road representing Spierr Mrs., Jim 'Woodall,. Mrs. Max f hereby :
For Sale-Ferris strain White Leg- and Mr*...Burrell and Mrs' Gross of trons., .' : ,the Goodrich Company and will Croxton, Mrs Cecil. 'Prentis' ''ana1Mrs. date for Mayor of Klulmmee. and t y
Morn hatching eggs and day old chix.: Morristown, Fla., visited friends here M1 is. W. E. Stewart, of Amerlcus, jom his family in about a month ; N.'.C. Bryan.. ; reapeetfully solicit the.eupport of the
A. E. Thomas, Tel. 21B-8 rings. 46-tf Ga.; is expected to arrive in Kis- and I will become ,"otere. In'' the white man's primary
Thursday en route to. Tampa and they permanent. CASINO J JOHN a CADEU, .
Y The sheet piling of the new bulkhead other, points In that section;' simmee today for a visit with her residents of Kiasisnmee. .
will likely be completed by the niece Mrs. Elizabeth Waring, and TONIGHT GREAT .PRODUCTIONThe ,FOR. VOU.CIL.IIIA".' "'Vf
1 W; H. Illman. one of .St. Cloud'sleading Dr.'/and Mrs,. G. C. 'childress of : -
end of this week and next week workon other, relatives here. She will ex- .
the pier piling will likely begin. citizens, was transacting business .. tend her trip to Fort Meade; for a Knoxvillo, ,Tenn.;"' areIwintering' in '!"Birth of a Race" which comesto date- )\ hereby for re-election annonaee a.myself member m, of.e.adl the:* ,(\-- T
in Kissimmee last ,
There are a dozen or more men employed Saturday.Mr. of stay with Mrs ;:J. W. Chapman, bet Kissimmee and ,,have: apartment at the Casino theater tonight, will City Council at the white man's prl'i'
is ,
Illman a great admirer the' home ,of Dr., Derbyshire on to b. held March + '
pouring concrete and work isprogressing fore returning to her Georgia home. rank with the best screen productions marr Sth. 10. and. -
Herbert Hoover and is using his Influence r Clyde Dr' Childress statedto respectfully solicit th* aupportfot the .'
I II! over presented. It is .master ; ,
t satisfactorily.W to'.create, sentiment In favor Andrew ;L.: Jordan of Valdosta, voters, ;
'a' of the Gazette
. : J. Wlllingham of Arcadia. and of his nomination and election to "the Ga_'la now connected with' the Central that, he representative wa induced,to come to Kissimmeo -. production a wonderful of democracy'drama ,witha'story'.ok'peace andbroth.rbood.i. --,, Av..''OILBERT.: < ,
C.: ML WUlingham and Fred S. Can- : Drug Store ".owned bjA 'Paul ,
'" presidency. , through reading this paper I :Jt traces the history: '
i who the NEW UHWVlW'FHUI.-
'" troll of Chattanooga' Tears. .last M.: Steam vulcanizing of all kinds Stanley establishment. recently Mr.'Jordan purchased is a hi*' name''' baying been ;on the ,listsent of: the ',world advancement,from the - q. : .. '. .
y week visited Mr. and Mrs. .,fl.l promptly done at reasonable prices. registered ou by he county commissioners' Garden of Eden through the tae '
'. Breaker W. J. Willtagham .. o urie, pharmacist having* been, engaged ,ages :According the recordsof: thesecretary .
Isst fall.
; Section and tubework our fpeclaltju.H.E. ; .They"are:highly pleased to the world "'
up war, ,
'In. the Aua'U.ta of charter
drug business in state a has bee(
In tree Arcalla
near '
120 acres orange i with '
at Mach' city and will remain I ,
A Phay garage 8-it-pd our' hen It 1* a *spectacular production and ,
where the later' JourneyyLS and other Georgia citie, previous Issued to'' the Kenansville Naval*
. < party the balance / I
? of the
} The temporary. board. of: health, to :going to Valdosta. seasonThe eloquently tell a simple story" It Stored'Companyrat.Kenansvfliswith: \tww.. L
appointed'' by,.the ,city'council while We have _,;rood teuckdiiryandpoultry .? Boy*' Bugle and Drum 'Corps : is ,educational and/patriotic preaching capital stock of*$10,000Officersare : .t
there are a few cases of influenza in : -sale >.> of the Industrial Home atMacon, a'great sermon awakening every ,W. H. Phillips president, R. V.
t A Few Eyed the city: at'a., meeting elected -Dr. farm for .01', rent, closeto Ga... were here Wednesday and part'. loyal ,American to] the richness of Phillip'vfee-president 0 C. Miller,
town. Net ;
t r' E. 'Derbyshire' president. and Dr. C. olRe.lty.. CompanyveThe'inter'eolony of Thursday and rendered music.1 his heritage It i* played, with ,rare secretary, and ,J.,, B. Somerset,: ,p
.:/0 E.' Dunaway secretary. Other- members {\ vat the Log, which 'was greatly appreciated by artisticeffet: by! a..' company. of kUli'' treasurer;:... <,. "
d "' of .the board, are Drs, ,W.; :L. House .was 'lI&1Dentecl.thb 'Week ,by the'. people of Kissimmee.' Wednesday ., I ed artists. " .'

\\fs the arrival of a family party from I _.. . .. .. '
<, Wmn; H.' S. Geiger and 'T; M. Rivers. night there was a large"attendance C' "' -- -", ---" ,r'n- r'T' '-I'
',0- -:: .eeri: Minneapolis Minn., which includedMr at their presentation the :
"Sale. Rent Fin large
y>> For or 'I \
7 and Mrs John Pillsbury, Snyder high school auditorium.* and 1 Thursday .
/ If an hour'sreadlnN en roomedhouse standing on qu""l'ter Mrs...,Snyder's aiatek: three children i 1\ > I ,i j' f. { .. \ -
the fellows
morning young entertained '. ; ; 't
f' the
block. On
achesIf of prettiest placesin .
'n' makes your eye ) and nurse.1 The club\ house i Is :now the: J... .1> ''':
printed matter occaislonally I town. Apply Valley Gazette.:, tf nearing' completion, fn'' the the.people.puyingtion\ : ? 'l ,
repair \
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gets .mlst.Uyou Raymond Moor.' and wife' of New rkway'ooBroadwa"t"i{ )1 : ,
work and the golf course .it In its '"
are, obliged to. stop, York ,who have been ',making headquarters The OsceolaMotor') Co.-; received '
usual {go condition'j foreplay, .
work periodically to rest at In KIs- '{ three solid ,.carloads of Ford''' touring I I' : I'
'your eyes for a few mm-, simmee this ZeP'J1' week! 'stopping"at ,Miss MrvufiuTMra; F.! g.tMcCallister. of car last Monday. There"were' : BewnaNt-SaJ: e 11:1{: wtt

1 t' .ntes.easier to If read you''ne.rei find or It' Lilly Dale'they are''on here Main looking street.,at,: someproperty It, isstated Is Lakin in'the In'; 'Kans.KIa.ImmeeMr.'cattle,
brought to1:Kissimmee.
' the ever. ,
further ;with view to : ,
away a purchasing and was'here about ago, -: ::-- ,. I 1I ,'2IJ,. J ..IJ
seven years Mr.> Bryan manageEfer the "' .
four .
.I normal twelve or ," farms for Oaceola"coun.ty .. -: \
Two: Ohio which time fWe
he that
I at purchased -5,050 states the demand for If t ,.. .
then company
inches -
something ,
, teen is wrong.- .t prope Y. Come.-see. 11... Nelson. head'' of cattle from E. L. Lesley Ford. ca s 1* ever on : the increase," r.f have. largelot'of'l : 'Remants'of'all Oft :
, '" Realty Company. .. shipping them through to'Kansas! and that it I. ''difficult to secure t.
; i If you across cannot, the/recognisepeople street. Rev.. C.M.' Dunaway. the'' evangelist two solid train loads.- '" enough,.can' ''to'" fill ,hi*"''orders.'.- He I kinds which have accumulated. ,,In :our, i a

have to make an has ,been'.pending several ,dayswith Mrs.' Lois 'JC''':Mays,,' president and now has a shipment of Fordson tractor ,
,If effort' yon.' to see' .clarl-' his family here. '. He preacheda general'' manager' of :The Pensacola *, In transit,,. *: : .' i::i--*' .to store which I we have plac* !,on'a ;
strong sermon at the Methodist Journal;' accompanied by I her' son visitors 'in Kissimmeethis i '
' ,knitting the .browns, for' Among the rate counter and will offer, Ieommenc-' \"
church to a congregation list andand ;
Urge Howard Lee (
example. .If strong light '" : Maya, aecretary' week' were Mr. and Mir*.' HarveyJ.
r gives pain in the Sunday evening and again ,Wednesday ,treasurer of. that publication, .',;Flint, of, Providence L,t''and I .Ing" ''fill !
or you if" yon, require evening. in lieu '"of,: the regular visited i friends in Kissimmee ,the Messrs.L Charles' Richardson,, and.. W. ', > ,'!\ ir. 1. "

more eyea.. light";than'hitherto"OUI' ': prayer'service.', 'I early part of thla week. They ,also C. Bryant,*'.,of, Sterling ,.Conn.; who 1. '; VSaturday f w
eye ,.need attention -'. ;!'Mrs..,'Gertrude. 'Eats ha* purchased attended .the, fair at Orlando, stopped over*' to call upon 'Mr ; .

e the'bunalow at 118 South '.' Philip Wilcber,,, one''Of the:y.ge1ar and rMrs.i Deep f Newton, of ,Provided f' Feb. 14th'AT ;.<
If you have any of these Vernon'aven,- 'owned and winter tourists in, Klaaimmee Thursday Rhode Island, who are hen
difficulties call and let' occupied. bjL Mr*. L,. E. Livermore.who morning suffered an attack of for-the winter. Mr. and Mirs. Flint .

a us find, out. definitely,, ha purchased henhouse at 301btain heart failure in his room at tho,,Will ban gone 'to-, St. ,Cloud, for a visit rE
lust what' your :trouble street-in; :which; with with Mr. son apartments and for a time .was of one week with other! people from ,

I E.'"O;..Vans .'Agnew and family she hi a serious. condition.' ,Dr.. T.' M. Providence., ;Messrs.;Richardson and ; VE'RyvLOW. ... PRICES. ,, ,,
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7 now reside, hereafter. to be known Rivers was summoned 'and rendered Bryant ,are' now at .the -'phosphate -

r L' medical ,aid.; Mr. WUeher 1* sow. mine in Polk bounty and,;';will ooff
fr. .. ., 820 'acres :fine 'land 'In Red River Improving. return to'Kissimmee. 't' If you want to save money be sure. and t- i .

\ lac..', tJOpteeaeertst Valley Mmn., to exchange for Florida 'J. Emmett Brown formerly of the Yesterday,wa* the/nnlversary' of vislt'our RannantGounter: ;. '
property,prefer in Osceol'coun Central-Drag Store In this lib. is in the .birth of rrhe Saviour Of'His -
.t''. { *' Jk "'alae-' ty. Nelson .Realty'' Company' Hmines City filling the place of Howard country," 'Abraham Lincoln' and !

'. and eTibbals" in the: drug business Sunday, February 22 "win be that of
...... OptkUas.M Me and Mrs. C. T. Emerson ,
.. Thomas Emerson all r of Indiana, there aad now on the sick list", Mr. the "Father ,Of Hi* Country." Tomorrow
Breaeway. ,, ... whcr- are' touring ,Florida; arrived inKissimmee Brown severed his connection,here will, be"'St ''Valentine' Day iH uC.: SfANFORDCO..1 ; I

w '' ,Fla.. Wednesday, for a brief when Paul Stanley" purchased the and the beginning of'LeDtwUI occur, a : ;; ..

s ata,.. (Mr. :Thomas Emerson *owtrs Central Drag Stone He i was offered next .week. There are five Sunday. .
o'I' two:section, ,the- T1elDlq positions on the Easf Coast. bat preferred m this month, and today' i* ;Friday, .',. -.2, .t
' of. Pine Island and wail her drove. remaining, in, PU..ection, of the! 18th. Truly". I* ,rl'( "" --

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:- M 2 Days 3E:; ; Friday and Saturday, i Feb. 20-21 .:.:.....- 'woman thingsIn can do. many, wonderful

GET NO 'RELIEF FROM a manner to cause surprise; v
But can't throw s, corn cob 'and hita
", lM KIDNEY PAINS UNTIL HE barn door, .

FOUND THE NEW ROOT AND No, ,matter how often she tries..
t!' r CO. Behold the Island of ?:Yap and
consider!' how big it isn't. It's' a smalljrob
Its PICTURES 'l"awful of dirt in the mid Pacific Ocean,
"I had such' Iril
pain. my too big to'carry ,off in a ,wheelbarrow
e' 'THE .e, back 'that. sometimes $U felt, like' a but not large' enough for a' garden -
t ton of,'brick was bearing down on patch.See the tiny speck on
Me, and I could ',flnd*nothing; that I the may a way off on the ,verge cf the c
?' SHEPHERD, gave rno' relief/1 That if how: Mr. jumping: off place?/ Well that's .It.
T.'R. Evans; the'' wellknown'carpelltar'of'Tkmpa It's no great shakes of an island of ,
or-; ,. / Heights, Tampa Fla., course 'but' it'.. the only territorialaccretion
described Bit suffering "But the that came out as the
; way<
r ; THE HILLS- new medicine Dreco" has made a biff result of the great'war, and goodness "
difference in me. knows that it is
. BY '" not enough to
"In,.addition to the kidney pains make f.
h'' HAROLD BELL WRIGHT us sinfully proud] uncleXWwdrow After hearty
I also had constipation and headaches a
W didn't want it, but the allies .
F'' 4s.. a ; p.inl'ln my limbs. I was so wished it onto him as a practical .
nervous that -I 'never got a night's meal you'llavoid -
joke and he had to take it along with ,
sleep, and my appetite fell' to almost the reseravtions to the Peace Treaty.
t nothing. My work is pretty hard Some folksthink it -isn't good. for that
and I knew a man In my conditionwas anything but they are for it
M'I; liable to have a. breakdown. I is an ideal place to exile wrong the former :3 stuffy feeling> ,t
-k I
had bought several kinds of medicine -
kaiser. Of course it's too good for
M'f I s.'t which I saw advertised in, the him and larger than he deserves, If you chew
but hit 1 have i'er
papers none my case. 'but let us be generous! and let the
always had faith in the old-time root 'old alnner have it all with the distinct stlck of
and herb medicines though so whenI understanding that hell stay a X
read, about Dreco I got a bottle, there the rest of his days and keep 1
:; and my improvement began almost the place clear o( cockle-burs and

f with the first dose. It relieved constipation Bermuda grass. ..
'r almost ,immediately: ; stopped ee. WRIGLEY5Other .
b. LkCS the headaches; nerves be- It is a safe bet that every. thoughtful .
came quiet and I began to the .
jt person- in Kisaimraee is proud of
whole night through and wake up. our fire fighters. It is an Inspiring ,
i refreshed' The pains in My back Xght to see them on their big mach '
.Saturday Continuous 2 to 11 : s
: 2535.50 pm.d < grew less day by: day and. now I e, hatless, coatless, determinedand benefits: to teeth .
have no pains at all. Any medicine
efficient, as they tear along as
\ that will do that kind of work should appetite lThat1Uo.o.cLdeaUo
t fast as grit and gasoline can carry breath nerves. ,
( be told about to everyone and thatis them toward the place of''danger.

WINNING-POULTRY-W .-Country .Tn_fact we--are...better_off, why I am willing to have you pubnanDiyu. When you\hear theclangor of their !
t FLORIDA. in many ways."Florida ..; gong the weird call of Their -wildcat .
r has abundance of shade Dreco acts on the bowels and relieves siren/ t'. time to get! out of the cct for Scents!

i Following the announcement ,that trees; grows green succulent crops constipation thereby remov way.. for they are coming, ,and coming :;
a Florida grown* pig bad won the twelve months of the year; has n owill the cause of many troubles. It ffit to meet an important bust- '
need of electric of hhouses be noticed after taking Dreco neat engagement and don't ,
k '. grand champion prize at the International lighting they
the headaches fail to appear; the want to be bothered.
Stock Show we learn that a to lengthen ; '
f in fact has roblems that nerves are soothed: sound sleep is While their efficiency is
Florida bred cockerel has done the no ) unquestioned Right
Sealed Tight-Kept ;
o i name at the big mid-west CoUeeum cannot be easily solve Using our induced; the appetite increases; no it is quite possible to throw s < more dizzy spells: the stomach digests hinderances
t_ poultry show at Chicago ,iD Dee>m- natural advantages, feeding and caring : such around them that
for poultry should the food without having gas their service will be seriously .
ber. At the monthly meeting of-the our as we crip
it Farmers' Club at Lakeland Dec. .20, there is no reason why a few Madison to follow and the kidneys perform pled. First of all, when they startto 'I
Dr. N. W. Sanborn, state poultry extension Garden Show winners should their duty of straining the impurities make a run all teams ana autos 4s i
:r, specialist said: not be produced in Florida in 1920." from the Mood, thereby puttinga 'should go to the side of the streetat ; / / : e ,
stop to rheumatism and other dis- once and give the fire boys
"Florida ia coming into her own full
Y a. an agricultural state. She has just DANCE AT PUMPKIN CENTEROn : orders. swing until they; have passed and' : ,,'
iDreco is sold all
\ now good
1 won the big prime of the year on her not obstruct the way by running into .;
druggists throughout the
Now -com.'th. last and country the street ahead of them.
Poland China Pita Friday evening Mr.
and is highly recommended in Kis- 1Last&
hy' cockerel Mrs. Will There has been another abuse. After ,
fact that an Orange county Wetherbee of Pumpkin
simmee the Central Store.
shipped over 1000 miles, With BO interested Center, entertained quite a numberof Drug II the boys have arrived at a fireand

t person to care for him, baa their'friends with a square dance. strung their hose and are AghtIng E
takes the blue ribbon ,at the early Among were: Mr. 'aDdMn. NOTICE OP REGISTRATION.Nollcs like demons; to save property, w .
t+ '4'! Chicago' show in December.,This was Skeet Watson Mrs. Sam Barber U hereby given tbat theRe some blooming idiot comes alongand
n 'a buff bird a1 Buff hard Miss Myrtle &rber. Mr. and ,-iaratlon Book of Oao.loa County drives his car over the hose.
) (lcolortoget and Wyandotte-a the Mrs. Henry. Partin.. Mr. and Mrs win be open at the offlc of the Supervisor Suffering 'Codfish, what a fool thing I
of at Kata's
Registration t .
y best conditions of the north. We Homer Partin and family Mrs. Nellie Store on Monday. March let. to May to dot Such a man ought to be stood The Flavor llr .
have failed to realite. that Florida Williams, Mr. Claud Barber, Miss 1st M.. and up against a wall and let his neighbors -
has all the conditions needed to grow Nellie Barber Mr. Barclay Miss In March the various 1st. to and precinct Including from April Monday.tth.: talk to him till he wilts. The ..
good chicks, to mature good cock'rels Gladys Barber, and Seth Barber: Any qualified elector who. name I. council did a splendid thing when .
. ,and pullets, and that we can All present reported a nice time. not now on the Registration Book. they made a law protecting the fire ARMY RECRUITING DRIVE. ,10th VKFebruary to and including; ;; ,how as fine stock as any of the fan may r""ter'B.. KATZ. hose when in action. Now let the the 13th. ,f
tiara' of the older sections Gf'our Subscribe' for the Valley Gazette '-4t. Supervisor of Registration. law be. enforced without fear or A regular army recruiting drive .In addition a seventy-five, m.m. '!

favor A better method of fire will begin! in Orlando, Monday Feb. gun weighing about 4600 pounds,
locating a 9, to and Feb. and mobile seach-
should be devised and into effect' including Saturday: a signal corps
a put 14. This drive is part of a nation- light will also be on display.
at the
once. Recently departmentmade wide campaign for 70,000 recruits The above mentioned material is .
e a quick run in responsecall tMa necessary tot fill up the ranks of the a part of the weapons used in the .
to North
Kissimmee, to
find that the fire the only south United States army to the authorized late war.The \
was alp"

'CAR end This of was town not more the than fault a of mile the away.firemen 'During strength the of above 280,000.mentioned. 'per- Gazette's job department'is

Vi' at : only somebody had given thema iod a supply of ordnance consistingof equipped to do all kinds of job printIng I
PQs bum steer. This sort ar fhing has machine guns, small arms andcaptured on short notice and at reasonable '
: happened three times to The knowledge war material will be displayed prices. We make a specialty of :"
IL' and will also to be ''of
of the writer. An. e borate prove loose leaves for ledgers.47tf.. '
I ,. \ . real interest to the general! public. "
." system of electric alarms such
.' ,' -., as are This display will be at the fairgrounds .
r the 4
> ...... ; in too use expensive in the for large a cities small would city but be at Orlando. Fla., from* the Subscribe Valley Gazette. ..

surely some way can be provided so ._ .. ._ . .. llal. 6 ll_ lla6661616_ . .-. . . . -. -. -----_.-
- - - - - - - - - ---
that these dangerous mistakes shall
not be repeated.
This is not written as a carping T'I I
criticism but merely to call attention Steam Vulcanizing:
.. to these defects in order that
they may: be remedied. All honor to
our firemen and let us give thern all Have Your Old Tires/Made New by >
{ the help we can.AUCTION .

0. 'e" s' 'OF BUNGALOW.... i H.' E. Pr-jAY! -

( one Saturday and one-najf February story 21' bungalow next, 'the At Macti's Garage /

., 225 Church ,,street corner-of Sproull
avenue opposite the Baptist church WE ALSO DO SECTION AND TUBE WORK_

l'' will be auctioned off to the highest 1 q. .
'If 1 4. u \ '
; bidder by the ownerl.-V.. J.( Hum-
v r brecht: tne' sale being: made on the -- -----
premises., '
; ''S The bungalow Is known as the : ''s"? Ef 'OF: ,

Roy-Alta formerly belonging to Mrs. t

with Kulp.all Ijt:modern contains, conveniences fourteen'.rooms and ,Surplus '. ,Government' -Goods

1I has a lot. 76 feet front on Church

I street and J60 feet on. Sproull' ave: ,- .. ,'. . ,
a."U" 'e' : 'S": nue. '. if.-f f ' ,Y.'U. 8., Army LeatherBl..vle..... J eket., BRAND NEW______-_.....
: ,.U 8 Army Olive Drab Wool Blanket., weight I Ibs,, size eixti.
.Perfect.Clean and Sanitary A. Orade---------------------- 7061 .
: '1f. a. Army Haters. ,"RADIANT 'HOMm." Hot blast large vim. ;
nlckled trimmed, beautiful atove. Only slightly used. Cost new '4 1 '
, '5 - '
: 4s.ee4W .'
,.., ,. J ''U. SL ARMTTiiST : 'Cols B'l7sV:<"i5orY"Br"Nrckfe"rimmed,"-

-.;,, WASTED: ,, \, u.,fn.verygood S."'Army Field condition.Shoes 'Good Speclat'price------------------------heavy Shoe for general wear;_. llUIe 80M
U. 8. Army Rubber :$oots. Brand New, .
-- '. ' I' . 10 and 11''..__.*.Hip_._-.....__......?..?._Heavy._?___Rubber...__..,_vises____i.. eN ,
.'U..a..Arm".Rubber; Artie and rubber. .hoes. Good condition.. 2.5.1
( I ; U. &:Army Canvas) Le..lnc. Extra. .tronir. Good condition, pair oil
P'0', SALE U. 8. Army Canvas H.v.r...,..... Heavy canvas baafor
IF SCRAP, IRON ", .t. ___._________________ hunting____ 'i i''U
: : METALSRUBBER a.Army Gold Medat'Fo'lding Canvas Cot __ __ a..a
i t'' 'I/ S...-Army Cot MattrMa.Cotton., Good eonditlon_-IIIIIl__I"I ..... I',
y. '
-.Arm" Denim Trousers. Repaired. Good condition. Pair.
: U.. 8' Army: DenIm Coats Good serviceable condition:..____ 0811 I d
.,' .. _., I ." ,., . . .. 4 / I BONES .' U., 8. Army Wool.Sh I rta. Seen service bat rood condition. Olive i r
drab. A.'grade. :a.u each, B. Grade, asjio each. ....
I SACKS AND RAGS' 'V.. m -AJ\MYWOOu SUIT. Complete with coat, breecbe.\l" .
I -:/," I , -Inc...,-In -ood., 'eon.llllo...**.* per,,.ult. Breeches alon. would
cost Is.O : ;
f "Write Us fern Price Lid. ; ': :US.' ARMY OVERC AT8. Velvet J
dv00if Collar. Seen light .. "
'" a':i 'lee but -IB condition. Special this week._______ __.,.
: ,: U. S. Army drab wool maeklnaw. Very desirable coat _?____- XS8M

t': I SIXIEEN'HORS S"and, TEN: MULES .'PENINSULAR! :METAL' u.U. a.a service. ArmyRalnooat Armr Sheep' lined..Used coat.bat BRAND_In_.good NEW._oondltron._.--Will.;....give_.--""-good-_._.___ .leJII s...e a

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weight ;
,t'I> I n ARMY Regulation Breast.Collar.. Harne. Standards--Double" &AS'
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,Also Twenty Home-Raised- Florida-Ponies ebane.. buying this no ,
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.BM COLD GOT "YW? F 'Proceedings"' 'of, the 'County"' C8Iiift1issio i1 -- I I., .. .F' its . 4 p i t '. iii r.'jf*'

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fEELING, GRIPPY? ;,*The Board- of Cdwnty Commissioners Union Cypress Company was not sow YiAwr-
In and for Oseoola county, mat In rest- In assist as agreed sometime ular session on February Snd. there 0 but that with the pri".t..ub.crlftlon. ]
'- beta t present A. r. ,Base chairman; that could be raised he ; "-
B. L stJX Overstreet Ernest ,Mach: could be constructed at a r'
; John Partln and John K TBelden reasonable cost to the county. Matter .
3> Kin ..N \Disco
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; ? commissioners': Pat Johnston attorney passed to afternoon session.:" ..
for the board and J. U Overstreet Th. board took recess until 1 p. m. $

start you on'tb.. road.. clerk The board reconvened at I p., m, a :' /" \1rZ%
The board 11''.. called te-terer by full board being.' present ". + : \

1'eCOYWi. \i Its tlhalr_... A> F. Base, and the minute Application of( Mr. 8. : I* Eubanks: ', a. r :,, -f a! ,xS
of thejjeouarr nteettas;: read and For appointment as inspector of cat ? '
,,,' ? tie dip /... presented ad, Bordered q ; >L., ? "a cJ. y ".,
ap.fv.rk prevented a letter from filed. PenlasolarEngtneerinw' .). .,' ,
tried' always 11aec!. Than Robereon .Brld.... of Orlando to. Financial statement of the 1
ONCE Ii aiti.ttq
/ trite expression, bat one nevet (Tetherwith a resolution"adopted by and Construction ?, '\
the. board of county commissioners of Company was filed and ordered recorded i I ' : Ili'I' I
-applicable than It I* to l
; c of In the minutes also oertl.Dcate 4
Dr. Orange county, on the eth day as e .f
kings Discovery. January, A. D. l10.Hon. W. 8.' Craw of Hon. Srnest Amos, -comptroller .r- "
,, Ton will like the prompt business- ford b.ln".lIr..n' explained .the pur- ', that bond. of the Bank of Oeeeola .'
', like way; It loosens tile phlegnvconeeetd pole of the resolution. and < Insistedhat County snd the Peoples Bank'.of >$t. .f
d soothe the fortuned throat [ they adopt It. whereupon Corn Cloud' b'4.b.n! received and .appror; S1IRIkE i" '. -. (414, ift *

a eUe,?** an old or new. that'each'reeolutlon be adopted upon The-clerk presented and-reada .
-oottght, [
croup ,
condition Lake County adopted It. from the board .of commissioners ) \
Th kiddles -safety, too. No bad aftereffects nest Mach and carried. board of county eommtsloneragof 011.ClOt't'h If-/, *: r, ',-vr. .
Standard halt a eoc. and RESOLUTION: ceola to adopt, a resolution
fl20 a bottle. At your druggist. Whereas, the creation at the .recent asking : : I Cejfttenhtal Expo. : (CIGARETTE -. iI., i ,'..tD:" ;' aa Y
session of the legislature of the 17th rk.Commlttee to MId Internation ''I' ; . ) .

Judicial Circuit of Florida composedof al Exposition In or near the city of 1_._" : .'1.(, ._.... ': 1I
of .Oranse Lake and Jacksonville Florida whereupon .
tbe .countl. I 111'' "" ,r"f \ 'Iot'
Don't Continue Oeeeola Is of Inestimable benefit and motion of Commissioner Mach.< sec )J ..
ConstipatedDon't I advantage to the said counties and ended. by Commissioner,, Batsden and I ? : ,;t. ,< t
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their county officials, as well as to carried, such resolution was adopted.The '' ?"??{? Bit:? q' $ ,, '. ,I....,, a..tN"rn'"
let your bulldose'FOur ? ? ? :
: bowels : all of the Inhabitants of said countiesIn matter of advertising'l > bids ,. ? ? ? ?? ?? ? :. '. >f .,.....'
tsyfltem. Make them function regularly facilitating work of the courts on county oonvlct. was taken up.' and I' ., '
.4' k 'enta ,
1 -keep the body cleansed of waste" therein: and whereas the offices of after some .. .board I 1
said It unanimously ." \.., . . I .n& '11f. \ > rHENI
tnatter with Dr. Kings New Life Pills. the Judge of the circuit court of was determined that .
circuit have been located In Orange wise to lease the convicts, :" f. .1. : : . . q"''f ).1
Biliousness, sick headache, sour county court house, said location b.- whereupon, they asked Mr.: R. L. Farmer .K" 'i : ," .... t' .
.stomach. Indigestion dizziness: furred in* the most centralIn said circuit; If he would act a. warden. and you-see"this famous :" ', !.I ,
the work In said at what price-per month; Mr. Farmer .t- ?? "
and whereas further 0'II'
tongue breath-think of the em- ,
harassments and discomforts trace court and, the business and, business then agreed to look after the convictsfor "' trade=mark think minute t sl: \1 hl'f. <7t( '. ]P 1'. ; i..
Interests of the said several counties.their i the sum of $50 per month but a ,j. ."" .'-
a 51e to constipation. How easily county officials and their eititens that he would not have charge of any '
they're reclined by the occasional use at larsre' I. being handicapped. road work under this agreement. Think of the delicious taste of .vJirfUa !;| ;;;' > ",''''!if',''' .
of Dr. Kings New Life Pills. MOT because no viaw library has been pro Commissioner Overstreet made'a motion ; 1 'J"""" "f'11t14
office for the that the convicts be retained and !. . t'"
ha bowels smoothly but surely. Try Tided In said Judge's slice of fresh toasted bread! / ;
them tonight All druggUtfr-SSc. a. use of said court county officials and that Mr. Farmer be employed as ;: t'That's .. i'.I', .., ;\\fl.;' '"
OsuaLO. litigants; and whereas It la deemed warden at prlos' agreed upon. $(0 per ...
r essential for the proper conduct of month. Motion seconded by Commissioner '. .

the business of said court, not only' Partln Jones:a the real idea back of the :: 't' ..- i"
- on behalf of said lltls-ants generally Mr. W. H. came before the . : \_ '
T.-CKIBB8. : A. AKBRMAN residents of said counties, board and presented. a drawing showing .... :
:uhtOr".c of criminal and civil where. Limit street corrects with success of Lucky Strike cigarettes. ;;' "
W. J. STEED cases. In which the several counties the Dixie Highway between Klsslm- _. a L ". .

'KRIBBS AJ.ERMAN AND STEED II nd their oounty officials'are' and will m... and Loughman and asked themto I Toasting improves tobacco just Its well ,, ;
be Interested from time to time that put a bridge across. the ditch along f ,
Attersteye sad ..... .... .< Law. I the most essential book. for such 111..bI1r.rO the public road at this point, and to as bread. And that's a lot. ,\. .. .
----------K.... ... hs procured .-.- Sra4eibejtpadpne r.7bttF-Cm mile.; ," ..;
.......l prartlee all State.. Baited : sloner Ernest Mach the said road being ''A
, States Carta.y 1. That the board of county commissioners In his district Try a Lucky Strike cigaretteIt's -.
Of Lake and Osceola Counties Mr. Wm. H. Kempfer again presented
be furnished a copy of this resolution the matter. of a bridge across Jane
W. B. CRAWFORD and be respectfully requestedand Green Swamp: Mr. Pat Johnston
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW urged. to join and co-operate with agreed If the hoard would build the -
the County of Orange In procuringsuch bridge, that he would be responsibleFor '
$600. Commissioner John H.Balsden .
.. hereby does appropriate the sum proceed to construct such bridge.Motion .
Bank Building :rdn :
: per month, payable at the regular seconded by CommissionerJohn
. meeting of this board each Partln and carried. .
-Clsslmmee, : : : :v Florida month beginning with the meeting In Mr. Pat Johnston advised the board

" February. 1910 toward the purchaseof that he appreciated the appointment
T such library books as are deemed as attorney for the board, but the
DR. R. J. DENNING most essential. for the use of said amount allowed for his services was ;t"iJ i i1f
DENTIST. courts: provided however and this not sufficient. He stated that other
appropriation Is made upon condition counties. no larger than Osceola coun-
Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson. that each of said counties of Lake ty were paying their attorney. $100 .
and Osceola shall contribute the sum per year while he only received $160 i
Over the PoetoMce."prTICE of SIS each monthly for the samepurpose. per year and that he would not be 1w .. }
able to serve them further without araise -... .....
HOURS > to 11:10: 1:10 to (. --
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.. That all books purchased with ; whereupon Commissioner JohnH. ..
Office Phone 158. such appropriation be and remain theproperty Balsden made a motion that hie -- --- ,
of the several counties composing salary be raised to $600. Motion seconded '
r. said district; the Interest of by Commissioner Ernest hand W B Crawford pros. atty...._ >'." Tick Publicity Fund ___. 1.1ST.S4 MRS. ALBERT W1CHTENDAL }
carried.. T M .. 16.0 Eradication Fund M1S.7TFair
the several counties therein to be Judge.- _--
In proportion to the amount approp- Bill of Mr. R. O. Reynolds for surveying R boJUV1T.;! : att...-..- 100.00L : Fund ___._.__.____..... 10.00 DIES AT HOME Of OKLAlBMf
LEWIS O'BRTANxATTORNEYATLAW riated by each county. S. R. A B. district No. 2. $>8.80 H Ingram carL of jail...... 11.50 County Depository Reports showed
4. That should the Board of Coun was approved and ordered paid, also J E: Bass, janltob.: __..... CI.Of the following balances In the_.various Mrs. Alfred' WlcbtondaJtl.; i .-
t ty Commissioners. of Lake and Osce bill of Mr. Wm. I. Barber for makingestimate i A M L Chancey main ...._ 10.04 fund. February 1, 1110: "Mts.'James.2. Moser'wey
; ola approve the resolution and agreeto of funds In Commissioners J r B Owen, malnt _-.?? 10.00: General Revenue Fund tor of Mr? and
r; Waring Building. contribute as herein provided. thena Districts for "0.00 Bill of Dr. R. Mrs J E) Btenson mal at _..._ 10.00J Fine and Forfeiture Fund.-. t.ll.(4 .Orlando,' died. Sunday at her
committee shall be Immediately Thor Wearer. for gas and oil waa A Pettltt. malnt __-'._ 10.00 Road and Bridge Fund_... T. tl.l( residence In Orlando and the funeral
formed to be knows as the Circuit presented. whereupon. CommissionerJohn Mr. C O Laaslter. maint .... 10.0 Hard.r Publicity Fund ..-.. (0.00 held .Tuesdaymornlnr.
Library Committee composed of the Partln made a motion that his lira ._ .___ 10.00 Surface Road --_...... 4.0.1STick : services were
iM Jehnstoa O. P. Garrett Judge. of the circuit court. who shall bill as presented at the November. Mrs Wratnd-: i-- -.. .i_ 10.00: Eradication Fun--... '..U.7' eondaeted by RaY. Mr.: Stan:' 9

be exnfflcto chairman of said committee. session. of the' board for $8$6 be Mrs Tode: Peterson malnt __ '.00 Fair Fund ...--.-. 1.44JLKThe Presbyterian church. Inte.m#waa.. ,
JOHNSTON &: GARRETT The other members. of said committee paid. The board refused to pay any Mrs M Bronson malnt ?.-._._ .00 Tax Collector's report showed U"eeeter at Orlando. /
to be respective. attorneys for bills presented. by Dr. Weaver. after. Samuel 8.00 $14 licenses, til for .poll tax. In '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the boards of county commissionersof that date.. o nM-Cc.nd"'Jot' by porn.mlssioner Mrs M r'Id'tnr'----?=_. (.00 There being no further business be. Mrs Wichtendahl .before her mar- yi-
said counties, which committee Ernest taken Julia Jernlgan malnt ____- >.0s for e the boar upon a motion made rlare was Miss Cecil Moaele, and
.OaTlc** 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Bank hall determine the. control from Time Commissioners. Psrtln Mach and. Bals Art Jlncy Padgett, malnt __ 6.00 and duly they adjourned pent her>'girlhood in-this ,, city, her:
Building to times as to wbat books shall be den voting yea and Overstreet nay. ifrs Jaae Clements, malnt __ 1.00 Orlando
-Uselm-ose. ..... purchased and the manner of makingpayn Motion carried and the clerk Instruct' Mrs B A Wilson mevlnt u___ 6.00 Periodic'Bilious Attacks.: arents later tnoTinff. to'
I I nts for the same. ed to draw warrant for the above Mrs Janle Johns, malnt _._._ '..oCtR where .he married. She leaves a

6. Immediately upon ratification and amount.Commissioner. L. 0 Llvlngtson, maint _.:._, I.el Peaoont subject to 'periodic bilious husband and two small children t
J. W. THOMPSON approval of this resolution by the B. D. Overstreetmade 'rank Evans, malnt _._-_._.- i.Oft John and Erelyiw Her parentsstill
other. said isembers and upon their a motion that the services of a H Tlllls malnt ____..._ 6.00 attacks will observe that their appetite -
agreement. . (should same be secured) farm demonstration. agent. In Osceola 8 M :McClelland, matnt ___.__ '..00E fails them just before an attack. reside in Orlando, and'other immed
DirectorAND to contribute to the extent aforesaid county be discontinued and that Dr.Weaver Verier malnt ...__-_ .__... (..00Tlaude That is, they do not'really nave food iatel relatives are. two 'listen Mrs.
Funeral then the clerk and chairman of this the present agent, be askedto .
Sylvester malnt,_ ... (.0* W. Overstreet of this diy
board are' authorised and directed to tender his resignation to take effect ? but'.eat 'because it Is meal 'time. If George *
malnt .:. __._ (.00
pay over said .ppror.rl.Uon,, monthlyto March 1, 1.20. on the grounds Mrs Mary M Klnser Bronson. lnalnt _.__..,_ .00 they will et..only a light meal and no and Miss E. H.rMoaeley of Orlando

the said Commit that satisfactory.his services Motion as such seconded has not been W I Dasher commissions-.... meat, then take two of Chamberlains and two broth..WUUam, of Orlando .

tee In such loaner as the. said coottnitlee Commissioner John H. Ualsdeo and by Dr t n Derbyshire Insanity costs 1.00 Tablets the attack msy, >e and Harvey Moseley, of Prince-
may require. I carried. Dr e M Dunawa/ do....._-...._ t.OO ; ton. "
EMBALMER State of Florida r I John B 'Cadel, do.-: ; ; .._ 1.00 avoided. -
: + The matter of selecting teams for -
LICENSED County of Orange. ) the T M Murphy do...*_._____ 1.00 I
various < commUtoners
1. B. M. Roblnnon. clerk of the Circuit called each. commissloaerselecting L Hngram, do..____________ 1.00Valley
Court of Orange, County Florida up '
Qasette. tax notices, eke .00V.II..y
exofnclo. clerk of the board of County a team of mules and a wagon
Stewart Are.Clsalmniee. .
Store and Chapel Commissioners. of said county do to be used In his district each Gazette, legal add.10,00
Noble Collins, wood3.60
hereby. certify .that the foregoing I* commissioner to fit his team up with stran t
D 8 .. 1.10J
Fie. Wagner Juror cor. Inq. .
y correct of resolution tools necessary to on the work. i
J n true and copy a carry
___ 1.10
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Lupfer Juror Inq
1 the. Mr. Post Hallow, engineer in cor.
.. ....... unanimously adopted by of charge. of the work on S. R & B. district C B Lanm, juror cor. /Inq..-.- 1.10
. ........ . . Hoard of County Commissioners J W Miller juror cor. lnq.___ 1.10C '
the No. S, presented his estimate for
Orange County Florida at regular id
A Carson cor.lnq.1.10 n
jr. juror
meeting of said board on the 6th the work o for the month of
M. TILLER IDto. January ,1'.1.81. CommissionerJohn W J Nelson jury oar Inq.-___ 1.10
day of D.
llnuary'M C Pennolls, witness cor.: jury. l.OOMary
( ROBINSON.. Partln made a motion that such

; Real Estate Agency.NNNNNNNrl Clerk Board County Commissioners.Mr. amount Commissioner be paid John-; motion H. seconded Balsden. by A Emma Pennons James, ,witness wit's cor.cor jury LOI 1.00

Ira Wetherbee appeared before vote being taken Commissioners Par Dr. O BJ Dunway. examining 4i
... the board, and asked them to take tin and Balsden voted and Commissioners body of Llllle' McNulty_?.. Is.Os
some action In the matter of adjustment Overstrset and yea.Mach Dr H Oelger, do-___.-___.. 10.00
I Really bought and okL of valuation I on o on vote being a lie CommissionerA. nay.The M H Porter cost cor. Inquest-; ,1.11B v
East Lake, attorneyfor J O'tuinnn. painting Int. jail lOt.CO
F. Bass cast his vote In favor of
I Houses rented. the board advised him that the the payment of the bill and It was Osceola Hdw. Cosupplies....*, 1."
Taxes paid and Titles verified board would not be authorised to so ordered W. B Maklnsoa. ., stove.-__ 14.18
; ; make adjustment. until they met In The clerk presented and read a letter . Postal Tel Co messages.-.,..' ..74Klsy ;
for non-retidents.: .July... an equalisation board bat the the Prison Tel Co. phone rent _.. '(0 ,
| | and l that they could by his request at that .:Jog :: of county M J Crowder digging grave.. t.OO
< > Fire, life Accident a.uraDce. time adjust the valuation. convict which letter was ordered. ; J W Thomp.on.( boflln., etc.l' '.00
'* Commissioner ..Over.tre.d..lh'.r..d filed. Also letter regarding the Wafers -k Carson feed__.__.;; 7.10 I,
j ( to the board 110 which amount he of rewards fop Stale payment J 2 Roberson drugs_______._ 17.1. _
; Indemnity Bond collected for the sale of lumber left convicts from Osoeola county escaped $400, I St. Cloud Tribune envelopes..' ".11 v ." I : t9l
I I over from construction of dip vat. snd-the balance due the state for hire' R Thor Weaver, gas and oll4 ,
> . . ..... the board Instructed the clerk to deposit of convicts, $41.93. totalAmount A' J MacDonOugh. baL i on vault**40.4 ; '
..*.*..'..... .. .. said .amount to Tick EM-adlcatlon, of $442.93, which nmo.t was W H Arnold bat on. vault.$06.96

Fund. Ordered paid. The clerk, also Dr H 8! Qelgar.' services, pauper 4.00
a The clerk, presented certain bills bill of W. H. Jr. presented '. C L, Bandy aomml..lon.....-.-.' 4...lK ....--.
Higgins for 1' .
; for approval! of the board which bills vices, for detective work done. under" M Goodrich, med.,. paupers !.(( . _I''
were ordered paid as folow.: Dr. H. ill D nvtures 1'.80 '
J I DR. BUCRMASTER S. Geiger for services to- pauper $4; rnOL B..Crawford, for TT.8B., o which..was' T M Murphy'Judge ,l"v court? It.iO v; '
E. M. Aoodrlch for medicine to coun- ordered paid Payroll of Jurors' and W B Crawford, conviction fees (..00ti Yes-Sometimes It Isr But LookOut
Smith and Hull for H
pper.. ; witnesses of coroners Inquest In 'Ingram, feed prisonersIS.If .. . ,
E wells at dip vats $t>.tO, and for construction of Llllle McNulty eaaa L H Ingram, 'cost Lulu Vew '. ,

of dip vat. U18t; J. W. and o was examined, approved ton case ...____._.....--.....; '.11. ''When The "Bums" Coiner
KISSIMMEE'SOSTEOPAT1 Thompson for coffins. following of Report: of Hon.:.eiLpapor.r., 3, P.. M H Porter ssrvaot-w--____' .... : .4 ,,
$ The L H
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county paupers '' In matter of cattle and the Ipgram at'Jail.ll.OO: .
cost bills wer. examined >approvedand amount received r.lo.rcl sttle ,of same W H"Higgins, detective__-..,. '7.1 'Asa wUb'aac-i-fiac{ Trf'4IUr fcTM eras
ordered paid. State of Florida. $21. the marks of O.eeola Hdw. Co. sawsr -pip...'It..O ; .nay re ra quite a r

Lulu Newton and. Sheriffs bills forfe.d upper and under bit cattle In ,one swallowfork ear and L Osceola Hdw;' Co," supplies R a ,110.17 ; sooja, or ere bef er* k. eels it-*.d lave a gnat..ti-M,
of R' Farmer '
prisoners.Notary supervisorroads '
bond of R. V. Phillips, with In crop the hole other upper bit and presented under sawsel O W Ashton. aupt grading._lo.oe ', bnt.ratuagp""tIt-u": wig ..... ; ,

J. B. Sommerset and W. H.' Phillipsas filed. ear was andordered Dan Brown. guard _____-__. 4..00 %
: STATE BANK BUILDING sureties was examined and approved The clerk presented and read'a letter St. Cloud Ice Co., lumber.._...fllg.OO .' Tit:"raiDy d.y" l i beudlte ces.e sooaer. 14ttlrdp Id*
Claim loll'' Lucinda > .
; Widows Pension Lupfer Pratber repairs.... : 14.0 : '
Hall was examined and approved. . he stated from that Mr. M.the M.State Smith.Road In which Waters Carson supplies R 4 It .78 ms...e-it.iss. *( u4 UUara WMU coa. hit* ,- ; ,. t. e s
Phone No. 162 Department Waters''* Carson mule feed...,' !. .eo '
would hereafter .
Wm. I. Barber Tax, Assessor having for all require II feet W B Maklnsoa do .uppU....-; 114.00 ) Tie ttm. te .tkrew eff tn>..diaf L Lit U ..w.wt' -
1 been Instructed by the board to letter I"d.dw-'I.cLo: publlo reads C O Tlnsr. gas and oil to I.O- 117.1 tkis
: i LUIS eadi.areek,1a
by/ -Jepeeitu- Jut J
make estimate of the amount of'road Commissioner V. Jack Dlfatta, driving truck_-, tl.OO .
,. I funds In each Commissioners. District that he had. Investigated A. Bass conditionsof reported John Harten driving truck____ le.SV .',' I beak aa.4 ... k.w Bach ..., .I.-. ;
the following report: H _C Stanford Co shoes toRO. lt.00
To presented the Ho. Board of County Commissioners were family In need at St.assistance Cloud and that they W I Barber list road -.*.--,. 40.00 -. :depeademt yo.wil feel M ... kabtt. graws a.i yew

Osoeola County, Florida Commissioner John Partln; whereupon J'O' Lunlng, rswards and.hire . 'doUarsrultiply. .-' t
mads a )
S Klaslmmee. Florida State convicts _, 441.fl ; 5V
: Gentlemen: A. per your, request month motion I bd that allowed a rrr"o\loo-:seconded$1 per Osceola Hdw' Co. fright eta: ".$'

made at. your last regular meeting I by Commissioner Ernest. Mach and W B Maklnson Co. supplies.._, 4.10 '
mm mm hand you herewith a list of the various carried; and tbe:.clerk Smith Hull driving wells... ls.60
commissioners of road Districts' draw. such was Instructedto Hmlth Hull const dip .t.III1.GO STATE BANK OF :'
showing the amount of valuation and warant Wm Cooper Nephews.'dlp-'f ..14000.00 ,. i ._
road tax as assessed for the year' 1(11. Mr. W. H. Arnold presented his .- Ordla Ba... county....nt. .__--,: 71.00 ,,,

Paid warrants were ordered ean- I,.
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SELLS celled from -the Various funds as'fol.Oeneral '
'. NetRoad .
our 10w.l. . !
District. Commissioner. Out.ld. Du. City. Tax Fund ,
Revenue ......
No. 1. Overstreet __..-.__ Nose un.on None Pine Fire Life and No. 1. Mach -.-_$51.16 111.411 s.ost.oo .0"1 Road and Bridge ..." -
Accident sd.L11Ly6 .
5.7:111: '
No. '. Partin _. ITI.IU l.ttt.U '.'11.11 "
No. 4. Bass flll U8.IIS 11,14.41 ,
Health Plate Glass. Liability Ne. t. Balsden __________.:._ None 1'DI.U' None ..e.:1t '
r $750,000.00 Capital I $100,000.00". ,

Totals ________.________ $ |I.S,70fl.7is.71 '".117."$ .. ." ,J..
and Boiler Insurance. Tours Rsspestfulljk. WM. L BARBER. ,, ,f ,
; Assessor of Taxes. Osceola County? Florida.
Executed r JD1'AftAll'' Chat* aal DsnetmsCL "'

;;Legal Bonds The *erk: presented a letter from net statement Oft''the work of construction and E.: L. L LET 'TPiJ. f '
Mr. A. M<. L. Chauncy.:; to Mr. .H. K. of record vault showing a Q06iseMAtRfL' 'A. CARSON ; ,

:Same Day Needed: Breaker, asking him to take.the- matter : balance due him of $308.and "0.41 D. J-9TOBDS' ; CasUer:: .
; up with the board -county'commissioners I due Mr. A. J. MaeDonough for commissions ,, .
J 11 ' and secure an additional on work which report was SbI 'Tsrtt Cf-Ck r IL KATZ. .t
[ .amount for his support and treatment. I accepted and the, amounts. he stated r." ,N. B. CARSON, ,
wheretipon, the board veins advised entered paid. IL.n&CDiQ.' ,> '
I(OFFICE: JtUi," 61ikBellitlsr k ; that Mr. Chaunc/- w_' DO" taking I The following bills; were examined C. '
.. . .. the treatment la a manner that I approved and ordered'paid:, C. .$. L L-ESLKT. 'J" ..
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he could b., ......-.-declined to pay 1 A F Bass. oommlssloner.._:-.a-M.O. HOUSE .
T an7.tnorthan they are nowi aUowlBSThim. E L DOverst commissioner 1 t.08 -'r i WADE TUC-aJB. DIn ttan..,
\ > 4, Ernest HIt naV rent smalWvertlsemeat I Mit"W. H. apeeared'beforethe .' Partt...oommlealoaer k_. 1.... :COFh'EEi ,* ,
yon ..rooms to a BaIa4.... ,, .
-lMNareV aadpreeeerted the matter J H .oommlael n. ...., 1T.O .
In our, eel coltunas.will.fill -. of construction- a brtdare iaeroas J L Ovrstreet, elerk .....,.... 11'.8. .

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4 F ; The South Florida.' Fair and Gas- Small ;1

parilla Camlnlwhleh .opens Why More Cars Come ,

I Ip next ,and continues throughoutthe ; .
weekwili' doubtedly prove the
Jeep Your Liver Active, Your most successful development and entertainment _
': System Purified and Tree from event of i Tampa's his '
OaloUta ; tory, aU -plans for advertising the Equipped With Goodyear Tires !
"' 1 "Cold* by Taldnf: state's resources and entertaining ,
the HansealeM Calomel
visitors having been pushed to'con-
"Tablets that are Delifhtfiil elusion I a month before, the openingdate.

r: Safe and Tampans are I' preparing to .
house and feed reoord crowds. ,
Sore. o' .
,.. Thirty thousand dollars have been . ,
<*-'- pent to erecting additional build Last year, more small cars, using jO X 3',
3 "Vhysielans anl Druggists are advising ings on the fair grounds in the rear '.
l ; their friends to keep their systems of the Tampa Bay Hotel and therefore I 30 x 3Vfe-,:ot"31.x'4-inch tires, were factory-
' their in perfect ,
purified organs the most conveniently locatedin '
,'t working order as a projection the nation, and the list of attractions ,rya't+ equipped with Goodyear Tires than with '. '
the return of influenza. They know including airplane stunts by '
that a clogged up system and a lazy the Trio," automobile S y c any other kind. '_
liver favor colds, influenza sad serious and horse l races is the best yetsecured

I fomplieations.To cut short a cold overnight. and to sition. for a Florida fair or, expo .. ,,1 ri i F This is plainly a result of the high relative :; '

serious complication take one
prevent Products will be exhibited not only
%' CaloUb at bedtime with a swallow'of From the south and central Florida, : value produced in these small-car tires by
that's alL No .salt,.BO nausea,
water- n
' but from all sections of the state aswell -
.''I B0 griping, no sickening after effects. entries having been voluntarilymade Goodyear's enormous resources and scrupulous
Next morning your cold has vanished,
the northwestern north
liver is active system is purified care.
g your ;your central and eastern Florida
by counties -
refreshed and feeling
S; and you are
for breakfast and individuals who appreciate .
Has with a hearty appetite

? : Calotabs. Eat what are ;you sold please only -la o original danger. the fairs advertising. value of Tampa I ,,iii I4 ;;:;: They represent the same' intense.endeavor '1C

sealed packages, price thirty-fivo cents. The railroads make a rate of one -' to supply utmost satisfaction in tires that
1, '+ Every druggist is authorized: to refund and one-half fares from all points ;
your money if you are' not perfectly east of the Chattahoochee river, and has laid the basis for the marked preference I .
Adv. special excursions will be run. Steam
delighted with Calotabs.-( ) I
boat lines are also prepared to da a which exists everywhere for Goodyear Tires
, 1 record business.: - n -- -

.I Special days of the fair are as fol- in the larger sizes. '
1 lows: it I

1: ) Tuesday MJonday--Gasparilla Children's h h' This real Goodyear value in: tires is available

Wednesday-Sister Cities day.

' "Thursday-Tampa day. _-_ --.L__ "1_ __ _ -- for your _Ford, Chevrolet Dart, Maxwell, or -

7 Saturday Friday Arrny-md-Navy--Shriners' day. day. II'' other small car, at our nearest Service Station. t

VII Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy :

; SALES JUMP Tourist Tubes. ? '


}? 'r aier,ti s....,. sr... OVER 500 I ...

Dr. Williams 101-Tonic Greatly In i ......
Demand For "Flu" Treatment. ,
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While the Influenza plague was
' or." Gala _L-.__11 raging in October, 1918, the sales of I
wm ePW, --.s, _
A sad s....-Na 70 ndb. Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over
k i .,.. -a--. _,. 600%. There can be only one reason
_.22 _.u.u. rifle for such a tremendous increase; and

0.-1.yea ...Vf.ibl.lo.d.dkw.d.: ....,! that is that Dr. Wiliams 101 Tonic i.a is
h4 correct treatment for "Flu" La- I

5 ; ..............oft.ssa.arsMrsa Grippe\ Chill and Cold cases, as well
1 Iwsne.a.ttida.a. \aria and other fevers. Quinine 3Ox3 V4 Goodyear Double-Cur $2022 Goodyear Heavy Tourist'Tube are thick, strong tube that
. B Ads to a __ N... 70 ,' the enemy of disease germs, is Fabric All-Weather Trad___ reinforce cuing j>roped,. Why risk a good eating with a
Rw. -\I I6 a.a. Galas,... one of the ingredients of this efficient cheap tube f Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tuba COM: little more
J.BTXVgMS A8U4S COMPANY medicine. Magnesia is another . 30x3 Vi Goodyear Single-Cur $1 V22 than tube of less merit. 3Ox3 iiz tn iMf...- $322
Fabric Anti-Skid Tread
proof bag
erats. II-.u.e.A- Important chemical contained in the I ,.
onic. It cleanses the liver ond bow-

U els of accumulated poisons. Iron, therich r
blood producer, is the third. It 1. .
builds up strength, stamina and vitally -
; and strength will win againstany

|V,. 25c and 60e bottles at ;your drug
stone. Refuse all attempts to palm
; SCIATIC PAINS off substitutes. There is. only one r
Dr. Williams: 101 Tonic.IUSSIMMEE

v, Hire way. before the penetrating ,

effects of Sloan' Kissimmee yes. Kissimmee, I
a '. ', You are the town for me.

} Liniment' And_ every winter, from now, on..
Ie f In, this town I will be. i' I

+ ,+ the lotn-tcbes do those of lumbago thegnerve- I have traveled over the mouth Dollars and Cents. OSCEOLA COUNTY IS SECONDIN

Innamnuuion! of neuritis, the neck And have seen things,. believe me; f Proceedings of the School BoardThe II Counting it only in dollars and CATTLE DIPPED LAST MONTH
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the joint wrench the How the tourists were welcomed, cents, how much did that last cold

,the muscle strain, and the throbbingThe So this town just suits me. cost you? A man may not always In the report of Dr. E. M. Nigh-
oj j Bruise.i Board of Public Instruction In Miss Almeda Arrowsmlth, sch 16 100.00 stop work when he has a cold, but bert of the ,United States Bureau of
ease' of the There are seats on the streets and for the County of Osceola. Florida Mrs C K Schull. Bch SZ________ 80.00 perhaps it would be better if he did. Animal Industry, with headquarters
s :{ pf relief, the applying. ; the quickness clean With plenty of shade so to speak 1920, ,met there In being regular present session W.January C. Bass,, Mrs Southland Lelia Harvey Garage,, sch trans 41_pupils_____ 100.00 6000 It takes about ten days to get com at Jacksonville, in his report for 1:

;|''nc8S, 'snd the economy pf Sloan's And a very good band chairman; W. It. Lancer end. W. R. Gill Thomas, trans pupils_____ 10.00H treatment. of a cold under the usual January 1920 on the progress of tick
nUTIent make It universally preferred That plays three times a, week. Godwin; also C. E. Towell. superintendent H Hull, trans pupils________ 13000 That time can be much eradication in Osceola county, states
of Public Instruction. and 8 B Story, trans pupils..__.___ 87.78 I Chamberlain's
SS 1Oc. $1.40. ., shortened by taking
\ John 8. Cartel! attorney for the board. State Bank. interest _________ 111.80State there were 11,646 cattle dipped, two
And a nice little cheap club room The minutes of the December meeting Bank. freIght __________ 1.09 Cough Remedy and proper care of vats constructed during that month,
That is not so ,small were read and anprove W M Welch Mgf Co, supplies. 112.01 yourself, in faea bottle of this making a total of. 62 now_ in the
Slo.ati'sFOR Right in the heart of the city Bills were approved and warrantswere Wenner-Bawyer Co., supplies.. 4.SOLupfer remedy in the house Is a mighty county.
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With plenty of tables, o chain and all., GENERAL Issued as, SCHOOL fallows: FUND: Valley Oasette A Prattler pub.repairs minute*.. 24 7.00Klssy 90 good investment during the winter DeSoto county dipped the greatest
Tel Co. of flee phone.---_ 210 and spring months. number of cattle built three '
And the city water is the beat W C Bass M B P I________.___ 4.00 Waters ,0& Carson, supplies___ 8.8TOsceola 24,000.
_____ vats and now has 78.
W R LanIer M B P I_ .40
Motor repairs.18.00 "
VA I have found in the state I W R Godwin, M B I' I_________ '..00A Osceola Hdw Co, material74.48 Polk county was also active, dipping
Now I am not joking H Fillers, principal sch l._ 250.00 Lee McLean, collector .....__. 20.20 The Gazette wants a correspondentIn 10,960 cattle, building 6 vats, "
i For I am gjying it to, you straight.The Miss Almenla Leltner. sen 1____ US.00 Cora Oauldlnsr allowance E A 10.00 every community in Osceola county. making
Miss Noble McLendon, sch 1__. 100.00 Hattie King do __________... 10.00 the news, it will help the a total of 69. .'
Miss Luclle BealL act 1________ 190.00 M A Johnson do ___, . 10.00L
citrus fruits are hard to beat, MI. Belle Cooper, sob -.___._ 100.00 L Jordan do ___...-.-_-__-__-_-_ 10.00 paper and will keep your faction' before Make the visitors welcome.THE .
All kinds of vegetables and lots of O L Basford ach 1-._._..._._. 12.22 8 F Hadley. do 10.00 ta'publl'
Mrs' F C Bryan, sch 1._-__.. 80.00 Mr France Scho-------------- 10.00 -
: SALE! Plenty Miss Cleo Wooldrldg-e? sch 1_. 80.00 Mia Abby Harris do z::___.___ 1O.OO .
of flowers I that are so sweet Miss Claude Harrison, sch 1____: 80.00 Mrs Laura Lee do ..__.____.. 10.00
A Take it.all around-this is a treat. Miss Virginia Tiller, sob 1____ 80.00 MI.. Medora Russell, do___.__. 10.00o
. Miss Elite H. Mllllnsr. ach 1___ 80.00 L Basford, do .............. 10.00
Miss Ruth Peacock, sob 1..____ 80.00 Miss Cleo Wooldrldge. do .__. 10.00C
With your dean'paved' streets Mr C F Edwards', sob 1... -_- 80.00 B do ___..___.____, 1000
And such a nice white Broadway Mr J VT TrammelL sch 1__:... 80.00 I Miss Towel uice, do _______... 10.00
This town has them all beat. Mist Cecelia Orerstreet. sob 1_ 80.00 I Mis Virginia Tiller do ______ 10.00
Now Miss Louise Thomason, sob 1-. SO.OO Mr F C Bryan. do ._________ 10.00H
you just take it from me. Miss M C Bryan *oh I.,____ 80.00 N Bratton do ______ .__. 10.00
REAL ESJAT1T -Weary Willie, Mis. Lillian bale, sob 1Mis _______ 80.00 Mr F C Edwards. do.._-______ 10.00 AI
M.dora Russell, sch 1__.._ 80.00 I Miss Louis Thompson do __.. 10.00 .i
Mrs Iris' O Schuck, sch !_._._ SO.OO Miss Cecelia Overstreet do __ 1O.OO xr
For the Children. ___._._.
Mis Klon Ouloe. sch 1 iO.tO W U Tel Co, tel-sr and rent.6.IS
I :' Too much Miss Edna Bchwelkart. sob 1._. so.oe A L mvldon. repair to walk 6 28
..i Homes" Gores Farms car* cannot be exercised
Mia Emma Towel! sch 1.___ SO.OO O 5 WoodalL baL Dee._______ 6.00 .tv'
In selecting a. cough medicine for Mia Ion. Slough Mb 1________ 100.00 City of\ Bt Cloud water____.. S5.1S ..
children. It should be Mr Florrte Overstreet. sch 4__ .80.00 L ______ !
) pleasant to B Leley, rent ch 1 40.00S3.
and.: i Lots Arlie A. Arnold, sch II._______SO.OO
.y' City take. coDtaiD'tto harmful drug and N H Bollard. .ch I. _______: 200.0 /. S. D. New' 1.
S ar most effectual in coring their coughs Mrs Laara Lee. .Ch 11_____ 08.00Mt.s Mrs Hartley' Prentla. sch; !.--_. SO.OO ,
and ach ?___-_ SO.OO H C supplies_________ S.SO. '
colds. Long experience has Harriet Myers; 11 The Ford Runabout is a Runabout in
r f" Mis Rose McKensle. sch 11__ 80.00 J F Daniel, repair_________ 2*.40
SPECIAL shown that Chamberlain's Cough Mis Mary Florence, son 10 .. SO.OO N L Edwards, wood _____-_. S2.60 reality-a regular business
Remedy meets these condition. It M Is* Katherlne Shadoan, sob-11 SO.oe C A Bailer supplies_________ 6.15 messenger, solvingthe
'*' 40 Acres-20 'acre'bearing grove, .is a favorite with most mothers Mia Ruth BI._'". achlf..___ 80..' .. .. D. N' .. 8. question of economical and quick transpor-
5 7-room house-deep well for $25- Mrs Edna B Ooss, sch 1C.___ 80.00 State Bank of Ken. __ ..01 t
000.'' i Half cash,.balance,"'terms to Mia CoopeJl-"No, 1 wont give Mrs O A Bailey., sob 11____ ".00 Phillip Broa. supplies{ ....... 7.48PJ1fAI'ICIAL tation. The Contractor Builder, Traveling

1 4 .. yon any advance' lesson, but I want Salesman, Collector, Solicitor, all find the Ford
.i !I to know this backward and for .TA'I'BJI1C'NT' FOR MONTH ENDING' DeOEMBER II, 1018
1. you ." BALANCE PROM DISBURSE.TUND Runabout the most"convenjen as well as the
ti 1 1 Edna-"I usually do get it backward General School ________'7,117.11 7,114.4' .211.112' ".100.7' most economical among motor cars. Durablein
: ." 8. 8. '.D. N. 2.------_ 100.0$ 141.20 141.41 110.41
:I. STOUT 8. 8. D No. J___________ 171." 41.0' None U8.1I service and useful !every day in the year. -;
ills Welcome the 8. 8. D. No. .________._ 71'.11 1".11 100.n 8n.n We solicit order for We ask
tourists. 8. 8. D. No. ..--________ 11.11 a..u None 117.15 your one or more.
h 8. 8. D. No e..____..____ .11.10 1.10 Non. 64.40 your patronage in the repair of your car, assur-

% COLDS bed and ing you of genuine Ford Parts skilled workmen
Paid warrant,' .. per list of. State I to have a license for this purpose. ,
Bank of Kissimmee. County School The chairman of the board and reasonable prices. '
Spread INFLUENKILL Fund Depository, were examined and county superintendent were authorised I:
ECZEMA t'AT cancelled In open session a* follows: to renew the beard's note .for OSCEflU MOTOR CO. ....
THE eneral School Fund ___S.ll4.fl I4.t00.00 at the State Bank. A warrant '
a a D. No. 1 Fund____. 141.41 for 2121.20 to cover revenue .q,
w ONCB WITH a a D. No. S Fund___. II." tamps and Interest for three monthswas 307-9 BROADWAY
kMONB1irbACK 0. B. Woo all. Janitor of School No. drawn. ,
ni s ftfc if S l s HILTS 1. asked that on account of the T. M. Murphy, county. JudgK., submitted .
f.iMi.lya .h.e.fefat..r., amount of work he had todo and the. hi* report of huntfna-' license PHONE 166
Iiefc. t*. aoe city for having; helphi* salary collected during the month .of December (
f aSSTLr ...ea dw' M+ bee Increased., :The board allowed an which. showed 1171.75 placed XISSIMMESit+ FLA. '
.eau..MMtrMirrl.4l..IN. CASCARA Increase of $8- per month. ;" 'In the depository to the credit of the
\ M Mif.a.l..ha..i.vsdla. QUlNI'' Warrant. No SiS. for $8.00. made General School rand. 1'r t
d..d.f.kbteas. Ywre.t) payable to Ernest -Amo for\an torn o- There being no- further business the
} leee 0 ..r N..e a.a bile livens for c.o., A."t'. car ..was0si -
rr l CmmrmitlfTry ', TODAY Frtce 7S4 ee V ? TORE ,, cold remedy far to yea_ ,
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BOARD OF. TRADE;TO ,day. *...v., f r.1be'nomination: members: ,' a Cashier and.woh.. ."other .
TO: AVOID:' Of Q'IId.te' ,'for cltr..lectl.e oneVr Meer >and employeea. the _rpor- 1 d,
GIVE SUPPER TONIGHT to be.voted for at the'general election etlon may;..T authorise. Th Board of '

'" -' .. "' .' to hk bW1".Q.aa.I! ,elty.,o/ X-. Director* may M appoint*' subordinate ... ,; > . ( :
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'; :AT CRATSTONE HOTEhContlnuedfro ., THE PLU: -eaturaay' .,' Mafctt: ',,17. utol 'd. Officers-' and7 amp eyees.'>wmi chpowr ,, .;t .1. : t.i"

ca.a..ltl.f Kleeterau, : *. duties and term ''of office athey t I

.,.( Par 0".), Sare'\Y.' ...Th_.. aad only.those.persons. shall vlded mar bjtu the'prescribe, a notoncon4stent "I ....
; First Of AID Mike. .,. Blood be t to.irote at participate , 'tP' << : '1m
:- ,\> permitted with th* I"e h 't \ J
board'of tradev the .committee : In the '' arlmaryeleetionAwho ... : ... ; //H ? ..
i U\.Rej, .:.., Rlckla: FithtinrTri management IKls.immee.. FI.. .Jan. I.'ot.'t"' 0k ixOTICE'TO 'h f ..
see members. about;serving as offt-! s .-;, t' _"; 'e are, whits electors, who L. H. (hjDGIiL. ) ': it 1 # 1 : ; 'r.- ..
cers and make sure that: thorn to be SAFETY IN' VIGOROUS BLOOD declare and organisation their .adherence h. .l.theprlnolple_hlt. man1. f.u. C..hler. Zit" ,iI'Poplar 4'; "
--elected will wonk. He stated that old
party In the city Klsslmmee. who "CRI'IDIT R ,
the choices of"the nominating- committee and Depnaticl are by the law. of the city ot.leilan10. :. -' ,. I ,
did not necessarily have to be If ,YoaVe Listless lawful elector, who 'hav. on.,or I.' 'M Cerrt mt ,h* e-.." of Judge :. ., '
finaL. D..'& .Delay ,a 1.imateGet before February 6, ,1 no paid their Oastela County State ee Flvrlta. ,' 'Drink 4 1 I
poll taxe* for the year. iSIS and 1111, !. rKtat-, *4. Ommrmm M., ine-w' ....*.
He also declared ,for the electlon ,a"Goo., JOI C.. who hare registered up to and Including ," 'f!
'of chairmen of certain important ..--e March t.: 1920' and who pledge To' "all Creditor: t-eratee/>lstrlbntee _,, \ P' .

aid and vote for the '
prlm.r.I.ctlon Demand against ald EstatelYou < c much USed
'at his he would be toy at once-but why'aret ItT IsntIt SO'
willing .
profession p.minee..thereof ,at theen.utngtolty and each .of :ro_ are hereby .. "". >!
to head one of these committees even worth while, instead, to' take'every election., notified and required to present any ''f'&rAAA"'rn ''
'' precaution against grettingit I ca.... _tl**>* mt ...I"C4l'k claim and demand which you. or :! .c-.: } i:.;; ,.
aired him, to look.After ,the now, { .
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'duties night: . Probably the. best 'and first thing 'the.e'ded.oMy"those"person..hallbe .permitted; to !become candidate for either estate of of' ro Oeorsre". 'maytoaT H._ Newhouee."aralnt'tho deceased .. J .. +

Mayor Steed' MottO!'/, to do is to make, sure- .you are in orfloe to b* voted for la said primary .' late'of OeoeolaCounty, Flee of Qff """ .
'+ Mayor W, J. Steed' moved that< a good phylslcalcondition.. During an election who pledge. themselves 14wrltingta ida, to the undersigned; ,Administratrix C J
nominatingcommitUc* 'Of throe be epidemic,, almost ;wherever1 you Kro abide by th( result pf..aldprimary of said e.tat- within ;on*; year
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appointed to sclct of fleers .and reportto you. ar. exposed to inftae ...- As nominee election thereof: who and .care' support,: oua10ed the .''from, gated the January date hereof., 14tht A. D. 1530.',

the board of trade at banquetto lone' a. you are"really well- the red under the law of the State of Florida CORDELIA 1. NBWHOU8H.Administratrix i

be held tonight. The proposition corpuscles of ,your blood( fight on' and' ,;city of, Ki..immeetq, hold office , with .Will.. Annexed f-lt. INS .NT

received a second and :wa* .unani and defeat disease'germs. But .when U.. mt Ofaee C. fce Filled I
Each elector In the city of-.KI.....-I .
yon are ,tired and run down-when JNwMe* .\mm\trmtlmm By O.ardln fef r
(_, ix...j.'. mee qualified totvOte' In .said primary .
President Stanford. then appointedW. you eel v'all right .except'',that you election .hall' have the right to vote :,.I* ef aaa.. mt Awry #j + +

.. B.' Crawford" A. Akerman and W. haven't Much energy or enthusiasm, In said\ primary for: Notice I* hereby Driven"that'' on i
your blood 'fa tired out,too and One candidate, for'lnavor.; March lelO, !Q.' o'clock a. M.,
Jt Steed as the committee on .noml.nations. ,youare One candidate 'for.!;clerk and ;tan 1st at 08TUM.
,. an easyvictim.PeptoMangan .' collector., ', underpinned\ a guardian of 'Hugh
'' Raymond Partln. Nancy Edith Part In,
haa become 'famousas One candidate for'treasurer. .,
It was decided to have an oyster Elsie May Partln Maude T.' Partln,
builder,Gf"rich; vigorous blood.It. Two candidates for members of ? 4 .
supper at the Graystone Hotel tonight a City Council for two ,each., John Henry Partln and James Robert "
,' with, music by the band. helps you-up when yoy' are;'run Five. member of executive years ,.committee Partin, minor, will apply to the Honorable I f. ,

J. E. Lupfer chairman of the en. down. It helps 'you ,fol 1I' one ,year. ,' ; '<. , of Oeceola T.' M.County Murphy Florida, County at .hi Judge* ,of. '

tertainment committee waa deputized Or, it helps you recover if you realized \' Tlss* fee Q'sialUylBiir.> t Mename flee tin KlMlmmee' said County, for \, i S old'at, the same: :. ':
'' condition too ,Mach desiring to have ,,
to take this feature in ch.rce.nd your poor physical printed an order authorising- her to aell at # "

with his eommittee will make all art rate.' ,,., <. ballot aa candidate on'the'primary' election' office private,sale that lot(I.or parcel ofOsosola. of land '
ituate in the said County 1 :hir'. ;aS al'
'rang menU and'.seU. -tickets. Each 'Physicians i have' been I recommending ehall- Ale :-with the chairmen of this and State of Florida* andall the priCG

member wilt 'forhis own ticketand' Pepto. 1angan'foryear* -in'cases committee, on or before February right, title and Interest of said ..min ,
pay of anemia'',(bloodlesineas/ is llrd. 110 his notlce'of candidacy and or. therein,' the said land being more tWa :iSO rr&1Se-
those for guest he might have his S' / '
any application name so printed particularly 1cn wd'* and described' as ,,
reliable effective' and has a recordof blank to b '" . .\
invite. It-would thus obviate going upon ar furnished by follow.; to-wlt' 4. ] ., . .
r .
into the treasury of .the organizationto over thirty-five years success. the nb\h this committee: '. andaccompanied Northeast Quarter :(NBH>'of .. (-" < .

for the affair. "The. Take no ,,chances. with a run-down ... . amount of hi* as quarter, (NEIL) of Section1'' Thir .ilfiArOc ',n.m..yrw-h
members .m.nt. peclfled below and noname ty-two (Sl>. Township Twenty-are. ls: /;
the condition.. Get Pe to-Mangan: today : , Jf J:.c.c. .
of entertainment. committee will of'any ouch candidate /ahall be (:II). Range Thirty (SO),:..and''::.tb. ,
canvas' the organization in the sale It 'is good health inlurance.fI;: printed ppon or- counted or' returnedIf Northwest quarter Pepto-Mangan is auld in liquid and printed upon any such ballot, unless quarter (NWU) of Section Thirtythree : .;
of the tickets. tablet form. There Is no difference this'provision hall have) .been compiled (II), Township .-Twenty-live ". ,, :3 .tum Cer.41'Compa', \\yy
Stimulate Organization.It with. (Zt) South of Ran*;* Thirty'( 0) Kast. <\ \ ,
was the trend of opinion among ra medicinal value. Take either kind Fern ef Ball/ .. ; JDA F...' McLAkB.: ,
'the members last Friday night that you prefer. But be, sure ."Dude's" .hull Thevoting i>;. by first In said and primary second election choice* .-,t. .- ,. Guardian.'. I .. '. .1 . . _

the business men's league should be genuine Pepto-Mantfan.: .-. ballot.. In compliance with the provl. NOTICE Or rVBLICATIOI:

leJurenateJ;; get iutd'.eton} bring I Thsi fyn] *...*1 slimilfi be f>r| thfj pa.fa'- lon.*_of ..|hs state-primary la ya, attd '. .' . ,
; >- Advertisement.) the name of the candidate for each of the Interior U. 8. Land
( Department
the body to a dignified standard, age office shall be printed on the ballot .. ..' '
with dffle at Gainesvifet Fla; Jan., 14, (} ; .
clothe it authority and place it ln> alphabetical order. President
upon its proper basis. e..... *f Refers XOTICB la' 'hereby given that Edward ,\ ,, Secretary.
President Stanford announced that The committee .hall ,meet, st B A.. Bowen, of Louahman.. Fls_
Sunday the church calls o'clock on the day of Maroh. made Homestead .
p. m. .th who. on January It. lilt
the women workers of the city whohave Quinquagesina Sunday, the 110, 'In the City Council chamber of Entry. No. ei 11 for '
charge of the of keeping before. Lent begins. At the St.Sandal John s the city of Klsslmmee. and publicly 8W. Bee. SI NEli of SBU; Section THEMERS/CARSON; / ;GROCERY CO."Wholesale
open the Hart Memorial Library. canvass the return"eetlon accordancewith 17. Township 14 ,8., Range If B., Tallaluesee .
there will be Sunday school with the primary law of Florida Meridian, ha Bled notice of ,

, as a rest room and social sufficientfonds center adult class at 10 a. m./ Morning and declare, what candidate have Intention to make Commutation Proof } and, ReUil, Dealer*',la1, F- JG9OQERIE8
were not supplied with and eveningserv been nominated I lot eacniotnoe voted to establish claim to the land above '", '
for the purpose. That the prayer .t'lla.m., for, and the chairman' and secretaryof described, before Clerk'Circuit Court, : '
ice and .sermon at 1::80. this committee, within;'two day at Klsslmmee., Flprtda, on the 5th
city council voted them S25 per (The morning subject will be thereafter shall certify the name of day of March. 1110. "

month and with an additional likemount fdhrist.At night. "Soul Feeding these candidate receiving; the nomination Claimant name a* witness:. Ii' "
the library could. be kept open .for any office to the city authorities B.: A. Patton: of Loughman Fla. : -
with lessons drawn from. the Feeding of Klsslmmee a* the nominees F. W. Alme. of Louuhman. Fla. :: ,
of Jairus' of this,, party the. offices tope 4,
.y cared daughter. for W. W. Allraan fit aahman. Fla. .; jf
Mr. Harris attention to the Everyone I. cordially welcome.St.Jebn'sEpiscopaL'church ; voted tor at the general election T. .A. Four of Lousjhman. Fla. 1
number of tourists who daily visit (o b* held. March 17. 110; ROBT., W. DAVIS.7St. .' . .. : : "
.. will ----Bq-latAr. . T: # ,, : !' ,'r. _
the-place- and the number of. -names have a special service at 7:30 on Ash For the purpose.A..t.of defraying*- the . .'., .... ,",.. 0 .:. I cv a 0 ... T :T T.T.WTS' t'i, i -

affixed to the register and urged Wednesday, with the literary and expense of the primary election. Including Im, Clrewlt Court Sate sjf ....rMa.t . : ... ;);. .q' .. n .
that the movement be encouraged. .the payment of Inepeetors Tesit_itj. Jaeldsil ttmtt.'' O-, OL'' '1 ,
service and fitting : '
Without a disenting voice it was special penitential' clerk, printing ,of ballot., etc., the eesla c...,,,, I..Chancery., 'WE, SELL 'f"4V,| .: BtrIIt' A+ i',
address. seeks '
agreed that the board of trade grant for better 'living Every and soul more who faithful>> against following pr .p.otlve'eandldates assessments are for levied the Asuslak,;. JJmm.. T sirb.... ...lal.. 0' "' I;v-t' ,.; " ,"'; .. ; "4 ,1 .' -" 4'

the women $25 per month for the service Is welcome. various office to b* tilled: ,.aat T*., Mary T..r....i E> f*.... .11T: : + BIDES. Jt .

next three months, which would cover Mayor five dollar. ., 0 .' rvr' ,! > Co .tJ'I' 3 b
: i a' i '
Clerk and Tax Collector flv* dollar It appendedto | i < **
the tourist period here. 4 I *" \ '
ASH, WEDNESDAY. *. T dollars : ,, the bill filed In the abovestatedcause GRAIN 410, r.* fl FVBS ' .".."M 't:> .* *-
Treasurer, eve that Mary Thurbsr, the defendant "
YOUR Wednesday, February 18 beginsthe Member Council three dollar 'named \ \ .. .\r. -. ,4,* i : *.
:KISSIMMEE is OPPORTUNITY season of Lent. For more than City therein Ig'a' non-reeldent '.. . I I.;{ f J. *>
of the State of Florida, and is I a. resident '

laspeeterai .FERTILIZERS t "
SAYS PROVIDENCE MAN fifteen hundred years the world-wide The following. Inspectors and Clark i Ashboro, !North Carolina, and /+: , WOOL ''I p.i '.'t1&i,t ; ri.a
church has kept this, season. sacredas are hereby designated to 'conduct the that she I* over the aite of twentyone . -i ., ,, < 'I '

(Continued from Page One) a special time for self examination aid. primary election: the year said :non-reeldent It I. therefore defendant ordered be that and 0 SINGLES 0' i., t q .11. ,- */ /' ,ir'jf i -r ..1' I' y ,

abroad. Already from cities heretofore .repentance, and spiritual Farmer-ln.pector.Jobn Tom N. Clark.Mot-hatter.' Carson she 1* hereby required to appear to 4 ** ,' >; ,., 'lAND'' ; \ > ,, *,> .i
unconcerned there is growth. Lent is sort of "summer the bill of complaint filed .in said " '
a growing a Clerk: A. B. Thomas. tM.t.
t ana Chairman. cause on or before Monday, the 1stday ORANGE BOXE .>.. +, r" .11 ,I' /, ,.:
interest in this clean healthful, school for better living. 8-St. W. PERSONS 4 ,
-Of-Mareh. A. D. 1 0."otherwise _;t'
home-like God and The ancient idea of. the"beglnningof 0 0'' 4',111" iF "r, ..
fearing splendid the allegations of said bill will betaken \ .,ALII r
people. They spare nothing when it day ,was to put ashes upon:, the NOTICE) OF Arri.lCATIOHI; FOR' TAXDUJKD. a furthers.dereds Id defendant- ORANGE WRAPS' .. .t. ,'.: .;,. : '"
It 1* that this order : R
comes to public uplift and entertainment head and shoulders as; .an outward .' *
b. once week for four
of the strargers.. within the sign of repentance, and even to this Notice I* hereby given. 'That O. W. consecutive published weeks In a the Klsslmmee 0 TEGBTABLE 1 .? '' ,CpUNTKT / t
Mann and J. J. Whldden CRATES
'nations and special.!
gates. day some some Valley a newspaper publleh-
; Tax Certificate No. 71. 78 s'9, 8', ed In aid County and State. + , .. . .. ,. of'
In the matter of church and school religious organizations ao practice. 17. 88 81 51. dated the fthday J,'*r -* >y.f4T** >* t

buldings and their appointments, Hence the name, ."Dies.'Cinerlm"theday of ieoA.'t 1B, ha* filed said (CIRCUIT This the COURT tSrd day SEAL of January) ,, 1>. IO. 0 CRATE.,NAILS: 'I''.> ,. .. ,.. .. . ',...... PRODUCE,: ;*>. v

this town is a model befitting othersto of ashes. 4 certificate In my: offloe and has madeapplicaUon a . l 10. OVBRSTREET + 1 {.hr/',.; ... .' '
for ,
tax deed
t to issue In .
follow. Other towns .+
about their wide .and well nigh universal since embrace the following described ,: rJ .j 00a,
loudly advantages werea ,
for Co_ptainant. fit.MOWCB ; <1- ;, ;.J.'o. I..w." 1
1' :
month o, more. late in providing 88 per cent of the world's Christians property Situated In Osceola County, ; '" , --:..-_ . "" .JjJfi., ... f'i'M"I ', "", ,
.. '' ''" '' r. > ,
Florida towitsAll ; 'I"
either library. ,or musical entertainment keep the. season religiously with of Section 10 and II In Tow_ ) TO CREDITORS We sell Field and' Garden'Seed. oCi.,\I; :. ''I I j. ;?g( : ;

-. .._' varying earnestfiess.LEGAL ship II South. Ranlr. ',II Xaat.; If C .,t'.f the dusty i Judge Oeeeela 'J;;, x" ': t
: Fire Company Pra1 ed. All Eat of River In Section O, *. deity State mt Fl....... We give tpectal attention to fitting out hunting aad camping: patties.

The fire company Well I've hearda ADVERTISEMENTSxOTiCE. Township'All fractional' n South Section,\Ran.1:*all 11 Section.Cast.! t. *m ,Estate .f Cullen F,, Pages", ,Free Hvery in' city, limits. Phone No., 12. .

bit about the slow. moving Florida. 1 and S; all fractional Section 4 InTo..n.hlp ,To all Creditor Rmtea, Dletrlbu- ._ We are county agents for food fertilizers. Ask us for' circular'aadprices. ''
n born 'man. Say, that's all bunk. .' 10 South, Range 11 East tees and all Persons having Claimsor ',: " " " "
All East of River In Section 1 and OB ; + < >,
'Y When the alarm, sound here a dozen 't ..In Demand against said Estate ., ,
Township 11 South, Rang II -
mtfre human wild cats mount Take notice that I will on' the Srd &. I Yen and each of you are hereby :
or > The said land being assessed .
notified and required to prevent anar u
the bars and with a whoop Tuesday In March 1HO. or a .oonther..tter at the date of Issuance of said certificate .
wagon aa I beard apply claim and demand which you: orIther aC t
of JOHN In the name Ug-htsey, Par- of have against .the
and full may
yell quick run, 'for a pardon for H. 'RODO RS ;
ion Cattle "Company'Unless- said Cullen .
the trouble ia over and the boy return who was eonvlcted at 'murder at the.flprlnsT certificates"hall be redeemed accord estate of F. Page", *, deceased ,1Fertilize
late of Oaceola Florida, to the '
to work without any ,fuss. All Term of the OsceolaCircuit I Ing to law, tax .deed ,will Issue there- undersigned Executor County oC said estate, ,\ ,, " ., ', .
I to the noble fellows Court In +11101. Anyone deslrtna maythen the 14th ,:,dayof; March A,' D. w4thlnone from'the date hereof. . '
praise year
ear, be heard. ,on the,, merit of .the rIOn Croy ; i.
-who stand between the destroyerand application- * ': ',* ; \ 14th A. 0i :
r ? :OVER8THEET.; ' HENRT TV, STARK. 'I. ,, ,. ,. .
; > lWM..fl HODOHM.lft. v e ? ; a r ,
.t. t.
life Clerk'Circuit ,
human and property. ', ; Attorney for 'Petitioner. ; / CourtfO.ceola',County, '''t. ,' z Bx.clltor. "i. I' '. .
Florida. ,
. Oh yes, I have found water In - ; I j jTlltIIA.VaY" \ "
other places.. Some good some badmostly r.l'fOTlCl:: ./ ea I .IL"_ ..Byia.H? BULL CX. D. C. !I'.. :s..., .,. .J . ,. ' "OW \ i .'
J let
.,., bad. But me say right tht7 I ., .
""here Water coming three thousand Take notice will on, the trd I FT THE SBVRNTRRNTH' JVDlblAicinovrr Stab Florid.; : 0.r.treUer ' '
March,xIIIO.' ,.or.. a* Boon .f; Of aee mt ; : ? "J
feet the Vicksburg thereafter -OF THIO > TATH OK .. ,Tllhsrai"WTierea "'citru ''fruitsIKas:l : ttii
or more through a'I; may fce heard apply FLORIDA CIRCUIT' COURT Over thirty"Veart in growing: *" 'proved .'
" .1. limestone.,fo.rm.tJo.nJ slightly tinged I for.a pardon' of Dinah Wallace,who J nf AND FOR OCKOUA.r! '-: .Id.noe ;
was convicted of murder at the Bprlne' ; *, by *atlsfactory.: :value of.a>lib fal supply/of!'available plant'food'in die spriag.FZRTILi7F .." <
with volatile has alreadycured COVMATV in 1II ..
a sulphate pyry ,
k; Term of the o.oeola County "Circuit .. . aIn presented to'tae undersigned ha . 1 ." <
many nervous and rheumatic Court In 1(17 Anyone deslrlnamay Pkllllp-R...J. 'Caaoel- been -made to' appear that a bank-Ins : NOW "C.RE\TEST: PROFIT: .V ;

people ,coming here and is by me I then be"hr4. ',on. the,'lO.rlt"of'( il'kdllp" .. .A.... . association under the, name of .Bonk KI.- 'ftR .;, '. ;'
of Oioeola locatedt'
preferred to any lake or river water i application, ., - HODGJ\S. Frarnlt: *iary. ..< Ouch 'Stery, his simmer, Florida County i,and oriranlsed tinder 's"ofrar.Condi ") : '
\ 'fl'
WK.0. !
;wti. Z in this or'any other state; .You cant'beat 'i I-IL. -", 'Attorn.Y'for Petitioner. wife pers.r n.- or Drew.parties M. 'naksMWM Bi. Miller.,.mm!aI.* .all.. the. Law, of Florida i I. baa 'compliedwith be ':. ,,1. \ .... ', .__:(, 'I.l"". use ,:.' .,j. \t J:, .:T'Elorlda'r '\, 'i'6
, s all tk provisions required to
I *
it. .. .. .
.. '
.t tm the property t* whlehrelief '
a' 1 'Come To Kiselmmee.Lastly I NOTICE TO CRBDITOB... (sj emahthcrels. Def........ teb'State. by the:Banking; Laws t 3
''., . of of Florida before an as- ,, : {,Special : . .
r' ,' if you deserve, friends, if !.'.f'th C.uty'Judgea 'seam Blat I- oclatlon shall be authorised to commence .
'"'r'Th. of Florida 'to all'parties ..
you leave your. hammer at home, .if Cmmmtr, ac.c..r ........... claiming ; the business of Banking J I' J" ' ...
an Interst In the ,
fc f property to I, Ernest Amos, iBp Pot.. 2 :
: .you have aense heavenly exchange ta r* Estate, mt Albert Byr,Dresjarat which i relief I* sought.which property Comptroller Now' of-th*. i State, ..of.. Florida 4 'Am';l%. ".Ay"s! -; !:: owSpec'lal ,t.. ,:
anow and ice for sunshine I* fully described herein) and to all virtu ''the authority vested In '
by .pf
'f all CreditorLifratees/ DUtrlba- : .
retammendatiogs ,
'fruits and flowers if you, enjoy. the: 10'tee and all Person having Claimsor parties claiming Intereats under- the m*. by Section l.of Chapter., 4ta oftherLaw. : ,JadJ1. riwelL .. p,,
: following deceased persons namely; ''>of .the 'Rtato- -of Florida, ''V4T e\'fF; y,"4Mqn...yMyy-.., .,..111/ : 'OJ'J'.IiI; le. a'.r "" .JIr ,
Society I iof a'; 'hospitable,' patriotic, Demand; again.t'ald'EState: '.- B.Story,.L.',&, Story, Eli.a'M.'Hartell. '
Tou, and each of your are h.nKynotified certify thatthe Bank > of Osceola Write ua\ltodA"\\ ; ,t. a t
sre'nerous Christian people, come to Jam. Harrell. Reed StoryCath '
County.' Klsslmmee' In' th.Oountyof
i and required to prevent anyclaim :
erine M.r.ntha '. > p. .
'Klssimmee and not. be dlsappointed. Story Wlaophtenry O.eeolaand the State of Florida '
yon :w\U and demand which yon or WllsoiMr*.-R. Wilson, J. it CurL ._ .. '. "
,, ? v either of. you;.may hare acatnit theestate O.or.W.. P'1t9a.t.nd B. P. Malloy la' aathorlsed'oommenoe t1a, t>usl- ,.I'-Jf., ? ..t.. . t'; 'w r A.",. i \
''Of Banking' under the name ?
: c of late AlbertJlyN.Drouwht"'Oeceola County FlorIda deceased estates or .otherwise';fn ...ld,.described- ,*real above ness given, wMb''"a. capital Stock of :Wilson &.Toomer: Fertilizer Co. .

to 'the ,underlsned Bxecutrlx-of IT 18''ORDERED- 'that ;and"'youarehereibr : I Twenty-five thousand, dollarsGiven :; .. . Iro''I' !!
aid estate- within, one from the you -; under my hand and' seal of : ftUnfactarert "I
,7" required IcIaJl ,
to. the3rd
l.I date .hereof. appear oa Office tide Sixteenth day' of Decem ;
? 110.. day' or May 1(10. being. on a.rulday A. D. On.' Thousand Nine .Hun- '
Dated"-February''HJCLJiN.JC'PROUQHT.Ith.; A."D. ., of- said Court to, the billy filedagan.t :-:1: and Nineteen.SEAL ..- ' JaclaraviD FbuEISpLSTEIN. '' ; J : ; ,

5.51 ." ''E1I.cutrix. :you \,ln 'the, above: i .entitled. ( ) .. .- ERNEST!: AMOS i .
-- .
courts t i- ,
. .
e-at. Comptroller State -of Florida. '

; DI'E NOTICB T ..- Bxtsctrrnix! 'f.oa'FU'' ...+ and The to"pro.p.rt1''detlCrlbe4 which relief ,1. eougbt.In said' laid.''bill.; / Tf OTICK TO BTOCKHOLPBRS.!: ,. ....' .., .., ,. .' ,.....-... .. .. .., ., .. ..'.. ...... . ........ ..... ," I h
.. scribed"a follow., to-wlti ; I .. v
(fJ. uhC
> ;;- "" 'I," : '- 'Oovernment lots I, yard < ef""See.tlon ., . .1" '. 't
-the.' e.... :; Cesmty. .;.Ja*.' state "I..m.....' FloridaJanuary 7th.1"UIO .. ,\ : : 4'
iQ New York City'e from kid .( Fl....... 'Oweola .Cmmmtr : 11'Town.hlp'' it. BoaU.t.DIr.* ". Notice I* hereby given tit the tock. ,
thirty ,
I ,
PO '
4 ,,ney trouble feat year.. Don't allow tm the Estate *.IIAlelMaa*'* Roes.D..4. East lat .Holder a of corporation the Oeceola organised Cypress; ndex;Com. .. I ..-.. -" .: .' r''i" r'--!
parry :
; yourself"to"becom.avictim by: '- : 'l" that'AND this IT order.'FURTHER be ORDERED lsting[ under the-Law of the estate! 'of : pI .. d w b. \ ; slid J&"t./.,
/t\al published
'' of the .rt
4y neglecting; i pains and ecbe Guard. whom) OTICH'18 It may HBREBT'concern, (that BtVHKr qn', the a ,... ValleyjUasette week. la Klsslrn- Stockholders, that.lIplaI of! aald. Meeting corporation I. i ; \ "' : ) "' t'r '\, :8 "'1Da:; t ; \

against tbia troubla taking <; 17th day of March A. D. 110 I shall mS ; a 1 newspaper, In- hereby called by'the Director of the -..:AI ;I .," .1 !S f ({,j' -"J II ,H ,,,
of ,
|ry county- Ovneola. " "
Flor .. , ,
held Klalmme
I apply to the Honorable T. M. Murphy.Judge Witness hand ;d'f''the : Board to at : 1, !
of said Courta* Judr of Pro- my- *eal ofjanuarylfJO. ida. .at the-of flee 'ofV.B.. Crawford ,' k. "
t 1 7
said < ) "
'CIrcuit i ,
OlDMEDAL: \ bats for my Anal discharge a. Executrix Court+ .thl.' Un4" day.. er on th*' Ith" day or"F.bruary. D. i".J\ A
of the estate of AlolbtadesKo far8BAL .r" ) If 10.' at eleven o'clock .A. M., for the : '
,.i' (CT. ). .1 "'.r .considering and passing .. ... ,,: 1 ,
t *., d.c.f' and that at th* Sam .,J. li. OVBRXTRBEnVAC2ifrK : purpose .;\ ..' J . . ; ,
t-y. ofIncorporation
amendment to the Article
upon I
final .accountsa
time I present
Executrix of aid my estate ,and aak Court.. and Charter/1 the aaldeorporatloB BROS
." f .. . ,-> '">"m ,-- a* follows: : j jFuivcraJ f
approval ,
r ".. r\\ Bollcltor for Complainants. Orlando '. t' ald' :6 i ,
>( ? .> -v or <:. Jfcat7tfc' January'18th. A.. D. ItlOM Florida < 1. To amend Article 2. eor
f I O JC8ROSm. '_ - ? "- 'rv'0.13t. oration *o that the principal' place : , ...
:Tke worW ""' dy.tyr idniy ''. a, .. ...... ,1IIxecuUlx. if buslneeej ehall'b* Brldgepd. Seml- '
. ..... r....and ire; e lV .. "des'iaada. ,gOT OB." "'< ,,{" ,sole, County Florida >' ; that. '.th. : t; Dircciors :, ;Embalmers r' '
', s i. .To amend Article. ao : &1
JIoQaed" oasJ f rtndy-eto** 0.01 Zy,rRa,,\W.II''JILU: !'.ELEC. Notice' .. herebygiven 'that: 'thr flat of the annual meeting of the *

;') .AU ..... J '.............:' will be '. meeting ef the Btoekholdors corporation hall b* the Third'Thur- ,
.........,. ... _c.w dr(_ ... The'.oltrtlv. 'committee" of the'Bankr x>f Oeeola \Co In January Insteady th*. First ., : St. CLOUD FLORIDA'f

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1)1 : If': ..scioua: 'p "t ; business chaplain,j meeting:N.... .Currier., there, was.After ait the in.* ;, OF_MOTHERS'",CLUB ADDRESS; ,LAST/ ;FRIDAY .NIGHT: ..JUDGE.\ OSCEOL.A FERTILIZER ("(j.. good a. .". f
f. ... terroission .of'ten minutes to get acquainted. : In'thlsissueof: the Gazette made. 'See F. H. .
--- I The Mothers' Club held, the first Mrs.; E.,S. Hall who has been'appointed :
1 Mr,. and""Mr'. ,w; 'J.' Barber? ,and \ .. The annual'plcinc will be literary meeting' of the ''season ''Fri county ch.Jrm.n.! for' the ,,women' -,. you will find 'the announcement of CIVIL.. BERVICB EXAMINATIONSFeb. 18-80- '.''; .<. .{.
I two children .'of CarolinaStation heldTueldaYI wnleh Feb'l1..t the Shaker day. .t'the Hart Memorial building .( activities'in.. the campaign begun attorney George W.- Fox' of Kissira- eligible.1110, March. Wen.month.women.Experience '
were' St. i Cloud'visitor on; Tuesday 'Coloyiy to' everyone' is invited' which was largely attended stnd .was by the anti-saloon league February meEt as a candidate for'county judgeof unnecessary: For free particulars.. -. .
" '', .' V Misses: Eda Epple and 'Ella, Mc.AlJister Osceola county .subject' to the wrM R. Terry former Civil ..rv.. ,
the has
It afternoon. presided over by president, Mm. 12th. already begun her
Kn. were the guests of Miss Nellie Democratic> primary to be' held Jun. tee Examiner). 741 Continental ,;
Mrs.: 'Lev! Shambow .
1 Mr. W. J. Fripp. ,; : organization. : BidWashington.. D. C., t-lt-pd.
,. Mareell and Misses Hoffman and Bums at the ,Palm theater'Tues' ' .Mr.. Fripp called a 'shortbusiness On Friday evening a meeting..w. 8th, 1920. Mr." Fox, is well qualifiedto
EcU Epple, attended,the Orlando< The program last Tuesday was in having a good education and overtwentyft. ample copy of the Florida 1"arni.rand
on Wednesday.- when report. were made by when Mr. 'I.T. T., Fuller: of Orlando '
( Stockman, published at Jack- "
,. Lincoln' birthday was" fittinglycelebrated charge of .Mrs. Julia French.: It; wasas officers and chairmen; of special wasthe. speaker- of ,th.evening.. ,' ., t years experience. in the onvllle. Tells about livestock rais
here at ,JO p. ra. The G. followst' Violin Solo, by Mr; committees. With a few fitting words Rev. O. practice of law.i He-is now presidentof ins' dalrylnsr. poultr7. citrus fruit
A. R. Post Army and Navy Union Stevenson; .Reading, Mrs. '.Wentworth Mrs. J. Earle Lupfer'. report .of B. Falls-Introduced Mrs.'Fuller.who the city council of Kissimmee,.and and truckingweekly. at 11.00 per
for Only -
.; Elsie P. McElroy Auxiliary and W.B. ; ReadingMrs..' Rhoades; the lunch room for school children is considered one, of the ablest speak t led the ,ticket In his"race:; ,for coun-'-'tbr.* S..ars ) farmlnsr paperIn '

C., formed in line ] and marchedfrom Reading Mrs. Forsaith from"' .Vermont was especially Interesting.,M,.. Lup ers In the state. cilman.. Mr. Fox has the reputation the - I t the G.A.. R.: Hall -down< ;Eler- ; rAccordion Solo Mr' Ding) ; fer stated .that the project ,had beena Mrs. Fuller is prominent. the of. standing firmly fop what he -'
Address I>y Judge Hbagland; Solo by thinks Is right and holds that-the FOR RENT
i: nth vatreet to Pennsylvania avenue, :; success from the start and was state federation being chairman of
: thence to Tenth 'street and oat New Captain Nason", "For We are .Jolly now serving lunch to more than two. the Civics < department,! and stated duties .of' an' office holder should be DWKLJLONQS for ....t.. Apply $0. K. '
l :; ,York,avenue to EJ..nth"aDd. to the Good Fellows, was encored. 1 i, hundred ,.non.. that the .wom.n' work of the campaign performed .'efficiently,, courteouslyand ',Tiller. ,. '

., \ballwhere a program'was rendered. Talk on "Margaret Harvey greatly byMrs.Knapp'which.was The report shdwed the finances to soon to be begun appealed to .impartially.,' .. -
A large crowd was In attendance.''. } : appreciated be satisfactory and with the psdg.dsuppoll tier, especially as it was largely educational .. FOR
audience. ;
The funeral of, Maurice Johnson by the / of the city council -' and along the lines of Americanization FoR 8A1.E!-Barlr Tomato Plant.
+ afti of Mr. and Mjra.: William John- Violin Solo by Mr. Stevenson, accompanied' and the board of trade the future : of the stranger withinour RETURNS ON CABBAGE CROP Coma early .. the supply I. limited. '

c aba, 'war held in the M. E. Church by t Mrs. Pope. { Star-. is indeed bright.The gates, in. the true sense .of the '- Should be planted next we.k. R. V
-, H. Brdck. West Habbelte atreeUwest
Spangled Banner by audience Sheriff L. H.. Ingram will likely
Wednesday afternoon in charge of literary activity of the club term.
( -_ of the ditch. *-It. '
) the*pastor Rev; Landtt; the body being1' There were 118 present The nextmeeting was discussed by those present. The )(n. Fuller is an eloquent speaker receive $7,500 from his crop of cabbage ::

; 4 sent here from _Akron, ,. Ohio, will be held-.- ""the' J''" -second"t president favored the, adoption. of a and possesses -charming personality raised within the city limits I FOR 8ALB-One condition.lam. Reed Heaeonable.Phone Carrlare.excellent .

where he'tad been employed for: thepurf ..Taeadln'Mareh... course of civis study similar>to that which enables her-" to interest' ansudSewcatro'Oie'5rord. on-twenty: acres of ground.' On one lit. '-lt-
:: tt: ..Qdd.uchter.Vlr..laa i
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; : r.--The-par.ntlilln.-tbe' how planned lyt1un&cS.-cttr=Woin- .J "' V'At -" plot;of-three,acres near-the Told baseball
IT:'sympathy' 'of the' community', in their ; Mrs. W. W. Rilev an's Club having' :for, its departments 1 the close of.the, address aeolJ 'grounds he Urcutting and shipping I FOR SALID-A rood all round workrhorse.
bereavement' Mr. Fred Riley, and Mr. and : "The City Beautiful," .The' lection was taken to defray the expenses and'h.'11.. '17: acres in another I Apply to & B. Aultman.'
Mrs. Harris- returned Tuesday from ) .'' section of- town which are magnificent :
,. P.Eo." G. Yarns passed away lastFriday City Social "The City Political. 'of-the campaign.
& morning. The funeral service a trip to the east coast. "The CItSanitary," and "Our Cityin A pleasing feature of the'eveningwas specimens. FOR 8.ALIC-Bulek, car In good condition -.

were ''bejcf' from}the G. A." R. j. M'PHATTER MAKES SALES 1920." No definite action was tak- the fittingvocal',solo renderedby He 'hascontracted- for them .at sell.Bargain Inquire If taken at Gaiette at once.MuBt of. '

_ hall .'Tuesday morning: 10, o'clock. en by the club though it is' probable Mrs. Harold Smedall-' and the $1.2 a hamper and expects to have flee, T-tf.
.t ....... O. ,B. Fall of Kissimmee. officiating. ,TO,PEOPLE' FROM (DISTANCE such a course of study will be f ol. songs by the fine! chorus choir. a. total trop of 0,000 hampers.
FOR IJALIC-On. Bets Electric Walt
F The deceased leaves a lowed this year.
Plate. Practically new. At a rea-r,
e brother nephews, and nieces, beside J. )McPhatter, the-real estate deal- The program for-the afternoon In- PiTTSBURG BUSINESS MAN ARMLESS AND LEGLESS MANIS eonabl. price. Apply Valley Oa-

1, a host of friend to mourn, his.loss.J. or.- has recently'made several. sale eluded readings by Mrs. J. E. Lup- LOCATES NEAR 'KISSIMMEE AN EXAMPLE TO BEGGARSRecently .. .. 7>tf.
; M. Cooper and Captain BreakerofKissimmeewers fer and piano numbers by Miss Za -
of property in which an Ohio anda FOR 8ALE-Fine recldence property,,
St. Cloud caller Canadian resident were,)pujrchasers. da Lee. Philipp Stueler ..retired businessman there- came, to Kistimmeea quarter.block. seven roomed Itouae.
on Wednesday afternoon. r.: '"In the former instance he'told the Mrs. Lnpfer gave the old favorites man who is sn' example of what orange tree. pecan trera live oak,
of Pittsbtirg, Pa., arrived in afflicted do to make Howera. vinem. ah rub*. Oaraa-e.
Mr. E.' F. Lockwood: and family D. A. Morton Main street house and from Riley which grow in charm Kissimmee M4ndaland will make one severely can woodshed and two rooms In
pent .the week ., lot to S. T..Thacker of Ohio who will each time they are repeated. his permanent residence near here. his way in the world and at 'the rear. Reason for .epare.III.. :. property-
,, Uncle Josh .Ferguson,_ and littleinenhew become winter resident here. MIl., Lee played selections from -About- same time be cheerful and thank1 his too lar. for preaent owner. Apply
ten years-ego purchased Maker for-.parll1r11ll 'Ufe w1lenJTlm' Valley Qaaette. i-ti.
James Rowland.-xpent Wdjnelaay Rubensteiny. from Godard and Nevin
The" Canadian. 8. D.' Chtrte purchased about 100 acres of land near Shingle
t at the Orlando !.at. KIrkWood ,The entire program was a, 'very death was almost trpon him. FOR .
the home of R. D.:. Creek from .*. E. ,Donegan which I'IALIC-On. block In city limit.
:: M* Vt Dorothy.Jaques. WJ;, O. at, Halnes City Mr. McPhatter mak pleasingone,, each number receiving has since been lying idle. Mr. Steu. This man can also put -tthmt KUalmmee.. 100xl 0 feet. containing -
KinV'were tbrdinner goests'on Sunday unreserved applause. the great army of beggars, those two acree or more. Good'garden
big the .. a naif hour after showIng ler has kept in toueh'with the affairs, land. Also !fIve
o' one lot
who take stand take a seat on
of Mis r Eda Epple and father Mra. G. W. Best county chairmanof a or of .
the property to the purchaser. In and around Kissimmee by readingthe : hammock land I or 4 mllee soathr
.. 1 'Henry Epple.Mr. .- Other sales mad. by Mr. MtPhat- the Near East relief spoke, ,for a Kissimmee Gazette the corners of thoroughfares, with of St. Cloud. Write A. L. Bmmereon. -
.- Fred Riley, who has been vis? ter follow short time explaining the drive Valley everyweek one leg or an arm gon or the- .te- Sorrento. Fla. -4t-pd..
were a* : at his home In Pittsburgh' andfinally
.4 iting his parent here, left Wednesday Ten acres on the St. Cloud road which Is in progress.INTEREST I tim of maimed limbs. He illustrate .
: decided to lothere.. FOR 8ALlC-On. half
I the of Kissimmee that
; : to a
j evening for his home people
at Point
belonging' to J. If. Crawford, to lien. Bay and Cypress. Two b cornere
Mr. Steuler will have his land surveyed ;
Pleasant W. Va. INCREASES IN man with both hands and. both feet B and = :; .
ry Partin; the .hou.. and lot at and after the room one t room. $ o
fixing boundary I
( Mr. and Mrs. Morseman, Mr. Hoi- amputated- get out Into the Evelyn Valdea. IK Cypress St. -tr
street NEAR EAST
Clyde avenue lines will build residence'
'a and
t .I : nec world and make his and not bean
1d7' Mr.' Biggs, Mr*. Hodges, )& the propertyof E.' K. Busts to .- ....outbuildings. and will way FOR BALE-One Emerson Typewriter
Mrs. Rhodes,' Mrs. Clansen and engagein object of charity or a burden upon model three .. .. .
Floyd Tyson and"the, house and lot The Near East Relief drive which raising poultry: hogs visible good new.
Houston .Mr. A. Di. .fitatoe. the people. Apply Valley Oasette.
'dau2hter..Ml'o'. .. on Mabbetts street owned by Mrs.G. is being actively supported throughout and other products'of the : ,___ tf.
'feadorf Major Rails and M.... )[auf- .
: C. Shultx to Lawrence McAllis section. FOR BALE Second-hand
'' the country' and those in chargeof Welcome the' tourists. Fold cam *
man, were Bt.Cioudialtorsat theOrl.n40 ter. I at attractive prices. Osceola Motor'Co.
; fair on Wednesday. ___ the campaign.. hopeful that' .. 107 Broadway.FINB .
The New England Society' met in when it closes on Saturday, the;21. RECEIVER MANATEE CO. LANDS i
& ,If have anything' to sell tradeor
4i upper G.. A... R.. hall Tuesday. Feb. you the subscriptions received GRANTED .PERMISSION TO SELL Classified Advertisements LITTLB suburban home located
4 .10 with j President Woodard in the exchange try our classified. column. substantial ones. do. to city limit.. fronting- onr

; chair..; The. meeting:was opened by It bring. reI Mrs. G. W. Best the county chair Inlrear.rd'I the petition of R. M. Dili splendid Highway dairy ,truck.vovd and bulldlnira poultry.

.'. lta.'C man. received word this 'week thata Johnson, receiver of-certain!propertyof WANTED. farm fertile aoll. cheap at 14000.
-" I-. ., . _ o field secretary will be here 'soon the First National Bank Of St. Easy terma of payment." Come let-
WANTED At White House Restaurant ua show 1(;
to assist in the '-WClrk. l'
[ Cloud for. leave to sell land in Manatee
one whit. waiterand onei. .TORET flne little alT
: .' \ J. S. Cadel was made eh.lrm.n'of eount,.,-Judge C. O. Andrews of i. d'shwaaher' at once. t-lt. room ,eotta... furnished new
,ft : i'i., :\ "" ,,>''. <: -.ifjn the men's activities and H. C. Stan- the circuit court has ordered that the garage, only IJ60.. All ready to ...
_ WANTED- .To do family waahlnrrand mo- to. honeheeplnc ' '" .
vvestillhaveafullhneof.] ford is chairman (of. the speakers' /
I petition be granted and leave to dispose .
,. ."' ;,. Ironing. 'Prefer goIng to 'house SEVEN ROOM modern homo newly @
committee. of it to E, .\'t"'. Buchanan for Mrs Warren. Frac..,, Sumner St. paInted. Immediate possession fay- .
JI : \: i: j i\'tf, : ';. Mrs., W. J.. Fripp i. t : ) 'High.Sho the. woman's wprk; for Kissimmee;: 'The real estate in Manatee county fruits. $5290. "- ;
WANTED- To rent flve'roomed house FINE TOCK fr"TB." with nW
: for Cloud oate. : ;
Ms. L. Zimmerman .fa the southwest quarter, of- the convenient to schoolbjr March 1st.Address full. line of Implements, well Improved. .
and Reginald Radclyffe-Cadman, for southwest quarter1 of section 24, P. O. Box 111 )(Isslmmee.Pin. well lorMed.: Come let u. 'r
N 'Ii ; all lines Narcoossee. ,<*.u: township \83 south range.. 18 east. -t-tt-pd. 1500 show you a real bara-aln. .,..j
STOCK farm clone
., ; : Mr*. Best spoke: to, the.'.Qseeora .\ LOST highly !'inproved. excellent to town; ., ; larg.roee
High school Monday and an- active. A want ad. ,in. theVallej Gazette 1-* tlfUI Inke.front. "If..' ,
......, 'tmd iadditiott tp these have for funds ,Is being wagei: IX5ST Xast Saturday nIght a tan thins- extra food every. .
', ; ; we just there campaign this .week enthusiasm .. rill. rent your spare rooms. leather dog mussle. Finder' plea..' terms We; cheap want at"odt"; l favorable yoNr }

:'l .f', :received' a: big shipment off our.' ,-... tending to.the;}lower\ grades through exi return to Ernest Mach. -lt. If all .about". here It.l"j Are the you place interested to mkerood. _

: the efforts .of, the.*te.ehen. .Those Write ua for full. partlcu-
' \\ Spring JLoWi Shoes In'' charge. of this department state ,I .' ffte booklet.
.,, \ "= ;. ': . ,. *-f that the raised are 'exceeding, 10 farm | miles from town. 4
7' T '7 J A. > 'sume
'f fm u ./ l. J i room hou.a S acres In .
: \ ' : i L any,thing, that' was-anticipated. The L w'Rrited: GrOceries r.nerd. good land. only "cultivation 000. Tim.

4.:: .- AtiidtiK these ore thefaiiiousj f" 7' figures will be available next week. onpart. If. desired. -
\ ) *' in the ." too ACRES good land. unimproved. ,,
: A booth will opened .J
Nbe ,

: 4, .','; '. Red .Cross, Shoes* f for- [ladies- \ ..... .'*> ,:'", ;'. and Shearouse-Gilbert volunteers. are' garage-next'asked ,to..week take Cut ,fold' ,Quoted,' You,' :Thi' :Weh' a.'::!Follow*: '" *win 2rcrB. Buy b. >sorry land and while you the' let'It nn>..part cheap many ir

: >'i!,. Remember- also' take orders: charge''few of it.hours; ,Any to>one this who work\\will should give ,We 'Uni-tit:a tit e fT'Saap: Shot 'Self .RWnf' Hour.,at ''a.:die p'pric:./ PINE a'/voa TRUCK thlnva set and away dairy<_ farm toI ..
even a rent! well
,* ,We win ] it sale. .S'$1.75' for ..Z4.IbL.CuJa., .. Do''aot. Improved and located" ,.
in. to
." ? .for Bailor Clothes ... report to> Mrs.' Best or.'Mn. Fripp. do. town: also rood house tp.. >
r .I ' Among the 1 .subscriptions 'which *" for credit ::51 this. price.: .'\ tJ reflt ACRES Immediate line land possession In ,

'..;', . r. : ,:..; ., ', havebeen from,: F. 'W.made Hill are of; Narcoossee a$20" check; : a Gold),Medal,'flour. 2* Ibs.._- 2.10 'dritsi; 'Cc-: ''lb.10' tbs_.._- j.55 "' Minn.. I mIles. worth from 1100)(It.on Red County RiverValley. ... -

.from Presbyterian Gold Medal Flour .12 Ibs..... 1.10 MeaL. 6c .lb, ,10 lbs.--r.: 'X5, tree a...d clear from d bt per acre
$24 : ; owner
; EE R4 : 5. GIBErRT' : / school $5 from the Episcopal ; Lady CI.Ir.aelf'.rI.lnar.' : 24-lbs 2.00 NavyjBeans' Ib, 2 }b....... .25 I. an elderly man and wants to exCJ *-
Sunday ; .... .. .20 change for ...<'I Count"
j I church collection and '$$ from, Lady: : ClalrseIL'risin.. J2-lb 1.05, Lima, large, lb. . -.. land. Come let Florid
do ...
t IIsbury2.1O Ib lbs.._ .35 1 >slne All' j
/ ; : W. Meiklejon.' Airy Fairy, 24Vlb >. : .Jb.1.oUftul'! l8e kinds of Florida homes and Investeee .'
Wi-'ApprecIYo BuaineM )Mini By
.' y ) Corn,No.2,kiln dried, 100-lb 400 Cow'pe.., JD. 11e'3 lbs.. _;: ..80 .m.nt.. Come or write us.

p- . ,' 1 Subscribe for the Valley Gasettv Oats. No. ,2. ''clipped';...;:-';.*,.8.90.. Snow. White 1[Lard,:'No.i 2..,. .70 .NEL.OX BBAI.TY COMPANY!
: : . Short*100lbs., .. ...,_.-.U.: ...5.50. Snow White. .Lard No. 5-_._ 1.35, r
\ --- -- Butter fat, 100. Ibs-: _,.,:,.'._ 4.15 Snow White L.ard-'No. 8.. ,.. 2.68 ,

,' .\\it. -: ',' ': '.:A AI' -' :LittTe/.Gem Scratch. ,'Feed.. ._,, ,4.60. Pure' 'I.eafLsrd, ._;;.'........;.._ ,32 I

_ '. .J ,,. r. 'tiIA''. i .' 'i. ' 1 ...: \ lit .. \ Potatoe. peek _*.-_...:.......,..u.1.00 ,Ala..a, one, .tsUon,.C.._..';'....... WQ\ :FOR SALE t

". ; r.L. :' ; "; ,, Sweet Potatoes peck ___?.._ ..60 Karo. ,1'pound' can...._...__., ,.20 \'
. ,.' .. r' ; I Cabbage;' pound'' .._..._a...._. .M, .Karot No., 5 can ,-,-. .60 Lot.: No. K Wood. JI'

sl DR.T.M.RIVERS-) : \: ; ' L.ILCEDGEGiO.T.'SINGELTARY'. !!; : !, No.' 2&-Yellow Peaches r."';'.. .A9. 'Worcester'' Sauce, bottle; .... .3 5 : Subdivision, ;
1 ''f'' ___U_" ...... "" tI.r.._... ,, No.' ,4 'Y.1lowCl1ng -.....;.-..... .29: ''French Mtttand, bottle,;>;!!_.. .15 of, Lot No. W of;the F, 1., %'-I :..
-1 'Jieeffl. '. \ ". .Jt."I.. l', 1\-." 'l'.lt :' W' . ' $ .' .._; __,. ....... .10
'" . '" ',' . ,' '" ' ." No.: 1 Pears can.iCj: _._-.. .2 Starch Ar&'O ; Co.. with bungalow thereon) .
,.j. .' -t. ." small '....__.. __. .08 erect I
,.Ko., 1 ;.Aanieota.ean, _.._.:.. .35'P.t. Milk .
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- : : :;: !: \ : :< ; : 'ia '", No.2; Cora,'can.k_-.;__..-_.- .20 -Pet .Milk large ...._.-,...:.-..-., '.17 ed, ,at-a. sacrifice, t I ; Jt',
'i'i: : \ : ,', ' t .._.. .17 '
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