Group Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette.
Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
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Title: The Kissimmee Valley gazette
Uniform Title: Kissimmee Valley gazette
Alternate Title: Gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Vans-Agnew & Harris
Place of Publication: Kissimmee City Fla
Publication Date: February 20, 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: VID00947
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
lccn - sn 95026779
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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JOE SEARS TRIES TO 0. .: RAYMOND MO.ORE1S: r : M fNNEs rAJA.RMER" 000...... ........._.. "
Taking' ad '
vantage of the depth\* 0O '
LUCRE .,of water in,the Kusimmee rivet OLD ADnlS PROPERTY At the annual supper aDcI.04*
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and Lake Tohopekaliga two business session af the Klstlm-
.' 0 steamers are now making daily jt O m. Board of Trade held at the EEe :
Cereaamaa ,la MUchleren VeinWenld 0 trips from Rosalie to Kissim + New O'Graystone Hotel Friday night
Wags Exacativ DM Net 0 mee' bringing barges of lumber Repairing. Haas* Fee Winter' OWM'.329 Acre At T tW"4. -and FamO, 4 last following are n few featnrei -'?

Prevent : .0 for the Florida Crate and Lom. H... and Contemplate. Erecting Of .,. Ten ,Beys and 'Two 0 brought out in talks by Experienced Secretary At Coed ,Sal17 -

Lta Leper bed ia'Florida. 4 her put service Three, one barges remaining were'..* Cottar Foe Sale. 0. iv' 'Girls 'Anxie T. Become., I 0.various. attendance.members and others .in ...* I, Wifl ;Be bapler*-Renre*.

O here unloading while others.... + laitaflmtat Plan. Fleridiau.. O To employ;a.cowmerclal aee- .oBtatrre Ma Attend A...
Along comes a good 'story, from 4 being towed. --, 0 retary at a salary of not, lass *: al ,Baneaetef Body.
the grounds of the Sub-Tropical .' The steamer Lillie owned by Raymond Moore ,of Peepskill. N. William Baumgartner of Bird Is 0 than $ r month., '' >
.Mid-Winter Fair. at Orlando with' 0 Captain Clay Johnson and in Y., who with Mrs. Moore has been land Minn has been in Kiasimmee 0, To prove 42,600 for.. adver- 0 What was' practically'' a reorgani
Congressman W., J Sears and Sidney 0 command of Captain ,Seth Tyson -:* stopping with Miss Lilly Dale on For the' pul'week,looking over (arm O thing purposes and incidental sation of the board of trade of Jtissimmae ,,
.J. Catts. in an, argumentative dia 0 and the Lucy B, owned by Main street, has purchased the old land he owns at,' Ta/t holdings he expenses... wa effected last Friday-
logue.It .'Captain C. ,Buckles, are bringing -:* Addie'property on Main Lake and, purchased seven year ,ago and in 0', The appointment of a soliciting night at the annual banquet at the
appears that Governor Cattein 0 in from five to eight thousand Ban streets, the hovso'and grounds lands locating there the latter part committee to raise $1.000. 3raystone Hotel when between six
telling what he had accomplished .' feet of ..7.1Iow'plne daily 0 taking in about a half block of:this rear or the first: of next + py< popular'subscription 0 ty and seventy-five representative d
for Florida, boasted that he was the 0 and will continue, to do ao aa Mr. Moore Is repairing the house Mr.- Baumgartner owns one half O J C. Krause of Narcooisee men of this city and aurroundiag
.man who prevented the United .0 long as the depth of the water and will make it. a most comfortable. section: in the drainage district," bar gave$100 aa on. twenty-fourth 0 county. were present. "
.States government establishing a 0 will permit. but it: la stated that: winter residence. ing1 .exchanged a business/ house in' ..part of the secretary's pay. The report of the", committee, on'
leper. colony in this state. 0 it la now beginning to falL. He has' in view the erection ofnumber a Minneapolis and real estate in ,MJan- O Aboard of directors composed nomination composed ,of W.,' B.
After descending from the rostrumthere O of cottages on the grounds kate Minn., for the 320 acres This 4 of chairmen of five committees ,Akerman and W J.
were some inclined to disbelieve i......... ........Jf'A recently bought: and selling, them was seven .wears; ago and he has .. who will transact the bull-:- Steed which was adopted, recom '
the statement and an informal upon the installment plan, provided made several visits here since that O ness of the board., Not the en' mended the appointment;'Of John 8.-
,debate ensued. Gov. Carts stoutly he can secure sufficient encouragement time and states that he now finds + tire board. -- ,, Cadet u president. He was unani
maintained that it was through his.efforts J. Bryan in the proJect Last. year he his land in splendid condition. Monthly instead of weekly mously elected.
at Washington, D. C.. ,that tout up an addition of this kind in It is tits) Intention to raise cattle meetings. 0 >The committee recommended the
:this revolting and infectious disease Was Resplendent Tampa with the best kind of sue- and hogs but not go in for trucking1 0 Harry, Hunter offering the adoption of new constitution and
was kept outside the confines of cesa. except for family use. He is a large golf.course at an annual rental by-laws and the appointment of five
Florida At Press Mr. Moore will be remembered as farmer at Bird Lake owning one 4 of $1 pep, annum. s committees of three members ;each,
Congressman Sears remarked thatit Affair one of the founders of a colony.about "4100, 640 acres, which he says he O The boosting remarks of J.C. the chairmen. of ;these bodies 'con-.
was by reason of the'protest of the nine miles 'from here now the progressive Is going to sell and bring his family ..Sellers of the Farm and Livestock stituting the board of directors., ><
Florida delegation in congress the Made Brilliant Talk When Tampa little city of St. Cluod.. It here. Land where he lives sells> for Record of Jacksonville + Also for monthly. meetings in-
.leper colony was not placed in this Rotary dab 'Was, Hnt-cly" was through an advertisement in a $135 to $200 per acre and part of .* Issued by the Florida TimesUnion. . + instead of weekly meetings. The
.state. And the governor determln.thecUym.lntained'he.ecompiiahedde'- New York paper that he convolved his' farm is within the corporate .' prealdent and board of A1.-. ..
--Harris-- ........, It---, .. Wen_ th., Idea mMn. tint* ttftfer read'no1. it. limit r.t Bird r.1..AMs..Baumgartnersaysthathefias. The unsnimo carrying 'out,* transact ,all business';of the-ergaau"
feat!of,the, movement, on the part of ,-.PrUe.---- - nJaok.onvW.L.recalled.the *--, .4f-the-report-of-the; "nominating-* sation and lftherejrasapecsssttjr: ..,
tens "reuerai KUWIUKII.IVB. published story in which J. M. Willspn been more or less ,of a sufferer from O committee and the general splr- O of the, entire membership'assembling:. -
This caused Congressman Sean to William Jennings Bryan featuredat of Klssimmee remark that if the governor was the sixth annual Press 'Breakfast After a long distance conversation county and remaining several days 4 ed desires to boost ,the advantages -. O president.- .
correct' then Surgeon General Rupert given t4' the editors of Florida and with Mr. WUlson on jbe 'phone, he thel affection has disappeared 0 of Ki shnmee...." 4 To Employ Secretary.*,,
Blue of the United States Public distinguished guests at Tampa Bay andtwo others became interested in. He is especially pleased with the 0 .. The chief recommendation was .
Health Service was not much for Hotel Monday February 16. the the project with the result which i Improvements made by the drainage ......000''.440040gA0 was that a commercial secretary be
veracity aa he had assured the Florida hosts being the Tampa Rotary Club. now speaks for itself. and the brick road. He also has a appointed a man who la experienced
delegation, long before Catts There were gridiron stunts that Like a great number of fathers Minnesota neighbor in that locality In the duties of the office.. The sal.
went to Washingtonthat the colony entertained the editors and other Mr. Moore lost his only Son during Mr. Knight KISSIMME SCHOOLS ary to be not less than $200 per
would not be located in Florida. guests in which the Commoner came the world war. The ) man a In the family of Mr. Banmgartner month and that $2 600 be provided '
Catts was not to be moved from his in for his share of good natured recent'graduate in one of theleadingcolleges are'ten boys and two girls: in addi for advertising and incidental ex- t
contention. roasting which he took in the same entered the aviation corps tion to Mr. and Mrs. Baumgartner. CONTRIBUTE' peN :
"Then," remarked CongressmanSears spirit and responded in kind. and after successfully going through and he says the children are enthus $231,92 C. Bryan II. C, Stanford.'and j .
111 bet you any amount you' Rape Gov. Ed wards.. dangers was killed in ttvt Argonne iastic about making? Florida their C. L. Bandy were appointed. aa a solieltirig -
like that. !lue told us the truth and He also paid his respects to Governor forest just before the end of the con- home. The oldest boys are over six committee to confer .with 3
you are mis,.ken. And I wtould enjoy Edwards of New Jersey who filet. three German planes encountering feet tall and the oldest girl gradu TO NEAR EAST FUND professional and business men and
winning some money from n. gover threatens to make the state famed him-alone> atom this year in the high school at - -- .- -- secure subscriptions to_.tha_amount,
ner." for mosquitoes, wet Mr. Bryan chine Young Moore losing his life. ',Bird Lake. of $5,000 to defray the expenses of
Making a motion as if to draw his asked the Maker to give us editors He has been taking the Klssimmee Friday, February 13, Was Day Set the year. This committee will. .begin
wallet Congressman Sean glimpsed who can tell right from wrong. He MANTELLS Valley Gazette for seven years and Aside By State Superintendent the work' assigned, at once. .
Governor Cotta beating a retreat also said it would be criminal folly .CHICAGO has" not missed a single issue and Of Edacatiosj Tha Incoming president: was 'auihoriced -
on the part of the country to take his'children scramble for it when it : -RespoaseWaa to appoint the', fire,, committees .' ,
the league of nations,into the next arrives.. Liberal and the soliciting committee la "*
Sneak Thief Robs election: WHY PRICES REMAIN The extreme cold weather he says to report at a meeting of the or

The,breakfast, was one of the most has destroyed all hay and other food Scholars in the KIsslmmea public ganisation. tonight. .,, :
Dental Office Of successful ever held with excellent for, stock in Dakota and Wyoming schools have contributed $281.98-for It ,'was a get-together meeting
skies, fine music and service and the HIGHER THAN SKIES and the ranchmen are experiencing the Near East Relief fund. Thi announcement Friday nighti Leading men of Kls-

Dr. J. stare m.n.gement handled .a nily n__ many misfortunes, cattle and horses has just been made, by slmme.St' loud.Nareooesee' ''and,. r
Simpson a professional can engineer it. # perishing for the want of susten A. H. Fillers, principal. Osceola county, attended., Congressman ,

__ a One of the features of the evening Rick Are Weariaf Modest Apparel ance. W.. .M. Sheats. state sunerintend- lohn W Vf.':3. Sear_participated; .also. )
Between 8:30 and 9 o'clock Sun- was the presentation of'BOuyenira ent; or public instruction, -set aside 'W.taon r1v
While Salaried
day night a sneak thief forced back for editors who were lucky In'draw- People !ue. Lakeland Friday, February 13, as Near East a resident of Klssimmee. A number JI i
the drop latch on the door to the ing. Names of the p.pera.rep'reaent- Spendiaf Big Moaey For Paper Relief School day;-and' requested" expressed their, views upon the re*.
office of Dr. J. W. Simpson the ed at the breakfast were written on Expensive Garmeats.Thomas appropriate program be given juvination'of the board of trade henand
Broadway dentist and ransacked the pieces of paper and placed in hats. Sets,Right Story that occasion and a collection .taken upon there were sound logical talks
place securing valuables to the ex- In. charge of Rev. Paulo the drawing for the purpose. made and experiences of other .cities
Mahan '
tent of took place representing one C.. E. Yowell and towns related.
$160 to
$200. of the About'Cong..Sears county superintend "
leading mercantile firms in Presides.
Clyde Harris ent of Stanford .
So far Dr. Simpson has taken an public instruction arranged
Chicago was a recent visitor in Kis- .
Inventory of the missing articles and Clyde H.rrl.8On of W. B. Harris simmee the program and contributions were H. C. Stanford retiring president {
finds platnium gold scraps of gold of the Valley Gazette secured the and like declares a nunVber.of if .observant Was Misguided By .Pablicatioa .. Af realized as follows: was chalrmXn of ,the ,occasion and
men, that i> is the the
*five or six sets of false teeth stolen. first premium a mahoganyColumbia fault of the .people that of .ternoon Daily At Orlando Which Amount ConPercent- program of the evening',.was,
Mrs. Howard Anderson whose Grafanol."j valued at: $126, presented prices' Grades > tributed.. (Continued on Pa.e Three) .
husband has an office in the Pilley umbla Graphophone Company food will not and clothing deny themselves are so high. They Later Explained How ErrorWas : 1 A _:;.___-__$ 2.00 } age. .
: Lew Brown of ,St. anything Made. 1 B 23.37
Building was going up the stepsabout Petersburg no matter ?????? ? Patfohnston4nd
8:30 o'clock Sunday night and drew' a large family range,. valuedat to take how'small.' :.deligilt-in butlnste.d ape 1 C.r -.'..,.. 3.80 ,
thought she heard some one in Dr. $100 presented by the King Stove pear a : paying the Tuesday Febru.rY'10. the Orlando 2 .A ____.__. 3.03 .( "
Simpson's office and 'was about to and Range Co.; W. B, Wtitherspoon his higbettprices\ for commodities is afternoon paper published a in 2 B ....___..:_ '3.00 F.H.Bruns PrizeWinners
emphatic assertion. story
call out but was of the opinion that of Bartow secured the ticket for a It is the regard to the speakers at the Sub- 3 A .,..,..a8.80 .
Racine Horse Shoe Tread not rich who make such 8 B _______.
SY the dentist was inside and forgot Automo- Tropical Mid-Winter Fair and in 3.80 Fair
displays added it i
bile Casing presented the Mr. Mahan but the credited 4 A .______ at
about the matter.. by Racine saJaried-people. The to Congressman W. J. Sears 16.35 -__.____90&% -
It is Tire and Rubber Co. W. M. Traer former he aald.ab.taln the 4 A _______ .
the belief of Dr. Simpson th.tthe ; from luxuries. remarks made by Governor 11.03 ______..-89 % -- "'
thief was an expert who was of Jacksonville took home the vac They have Carts The following day the 5A ________ 6.00 Pat Johnston of; this"city and F.
familiar with the materials used by uum cleaner presented by W. F. experienced of the lapful when of the blessings straightened out the matter in paper an 58 __.______ 7.90 ______,.80 % H. Brun. of Narcoossee, who ,exhibited *
dentists .as nothing was taken except Hunter of the Hunter Electric I better. world. times were explanation but: the edition of that 6 A ________ 10.28 ________60 %> Holstein cattle and Chester
.goods that could be readily Cleaner. But: it is the,, paper had found its way in the ex 6 B ________ 13.41 ?___-100 % White hop at the Mld-Wh ter ,Seml-. t
sold the Each editor'.received a .75 millimeter man or woman of changes to the 6 C __ ., *.50 Tropical fal..t Orlando
especially platinum. The modest means, who take office of the Lakeland .T __--_-_83 %. have ad-
presumption is the robber has artillery presented by L. ) delight in Telegram. The editor there humorously 7 ........__-. 24.31 doo to their collection of prizes and
,, been attracted to this locality by the C. Rierson president of the Reming reckless spending, in money. of his referred to the alleged ,re-- 8 A _...:._____ 6.28 ...__......78 & ribbons, as a' result.of their displaysof
fair,at Orlando ton Arms Union Metallic Cartridge support marks 8 B _ .. 6.60 livestock there.
and was making his statement recited of-Congressman Sears at Orlando *-- +* ....62 % .
way by easy stages to the fair and Company. came under his, an instance obeerv.tion1ft that in a short editorial. 9 '......___.. 88.86 _-r._,_-.;;;.67' % ,Pat' Johnston, took first ''prise in
carnival at Tampa and stopped off Rot.riaDs'Snowand Bryan yhole- Chicago. personal Tuesday afternoon however the 10 JC-----. 13.25 i ,_*.__.._100 the junior bull class under one year
hero long enough to make a fair sale grocers presented, each editor lIe.w..1n the Lakeland Telegram editor makes 11 .X..._.. 24.75 _..:....,.89 .% old: second on the best pair heifer,
1 sized .haul. _ with n two pound package of sugaror Marshall Field and great Co emporium_ and while of amends in .editorial. and tell'haw. 12 ,........._..23.75 ._'_,.;;.:; ..100GenenI' % &_J .Knlle ..weed .on the beat ,herd.' 6four'
uesiaes the the Snow's Hobby Flour. ne was ''heifers and ballI' second the
misguided '
loss ox mrncio a there saw the or by the Orlando afternoon ; on ; r.
wile memoer
great deal of inconvenience has re- the firm approach ''clerk.a 01 paper, and we are glad the .CoLI $231.22 beat heifer under one\year; third,on
sulted, as there were several I early Union Services about an expensive a She asked she- people outside."of'the Fourth district' By all departments the contribu. best heifer under one yearold and

callers upon Dr. Simpson Monday bad stored there because fur-wrap are beginning to know,30, ,. Sears as tions,- were aa; follows .w. fourth. on peat heifer. under one, year -
morning asking for their she was we know him. Primary!'. __.; _.. 21.80 old. '
.1" sets of Are Be; it -- ?--, ;f
.:.,i. false teeth which the burglar: was to Held wearing apparel during and the' high cost of The Telegram says:' t-. Intermediate,,:.\< ,_?..;.,._, :73.48 Ho also,took the grand 'championship '
unfeeling enough to purloin. a cloak of much was garbed in "A few days ago we printed a Grammar _-,-__-___-, 86.09 j prize on Chester White, boar s
These the. doctor could not deliver Sunday At the same time cheaperquality.a salariedman brief and I not very complimentary High .School v.i-.. 100.57 over two years old and first and second -, .,
-and he expressed utmost regret. But ---.I in young paragraph about a speech made ,by t - prices onttha best, sow over one
came with his
the fellow victim of Dr. Simpsonwere Rev. 0.. B. Falls, pastor_ of-the latter selected a fur'coat' wit.'andth.which cost Congressman Joe Sears in ,which ha 'Grand- TotalNARDEE'S....,.. _..,__231.92. year old.Mr. .- ' ,
,, good natured, one J prominent First Baptist,church announce that $760'. The looking husband attacked' the league of nations,' Wil I Brun. took first prise on three
citizen humorously stating that ,he by permission of the city board of produced a bosh .' bond for son, Tumulty and Lloyd George head of Holsteins the get of one
.. could "gum it" until the artificial health there will be an'I open air and went into'hi/pockets and drew$600 "Our'' information came from an MANAGER: sire; first on two heifers the product; 1
-molars were againset according to I service for adults at the band stand forth"$260 in cash to make Orlando paper.but the next day the of one cow; second on the beat col;
t. ;measurement.Primary. Sunday morning, February; atll, ment, hi'pay- "' paper corrected its statement,explan- : lection} second ''on heifer between
o'clock.: M... Mahan said} he. asked'_' crag it,was Cotta and not Sears who FINDS CANDIDATE one.,and two ,years old and;'third on. ,
'D... Dresth. pastor' of"the Presbyterian a prominent gave expression, to views,indicated. cow three years,old. '
I ,. Of City! church will deliver merchant ,,' on a train if ha "W have Mr. Brans also took first prlaa'OD..
-the aermftn. would not like to, see' the always,found Mr. ,Sears .
All other pastors will be there.. back :to normal ,conditions. country He pretty level-headed, ",and .we could :; STRONG IN OSCEOLA a Cheater White' ..sow under one'rear !
Promises To Be' Thin will be union received scarcely believe that' old..
'f a service) and, the reply: "Not on life" he 'made the .. . .
the only one held during theSabbath , .your 1 ,, statements attributed to him. ; - --

day owing to the precaution "Wo are glad to bo.reassured that" Saute Condition I .A And
f= v Unusually-Quiet against "flu" and other sickness ERfif.sT'METCALFIS"CHOSENSECRETARY he expressed no.such views and Prevails J .. Otter .tI.amilt n ?;;

.1' ,- which prevents the various' churches. JA3L BAR. 'ASSN. hasten to set him right. ,Pub Of ,.Stale When He Has 1
.'. The'comlnl' being opened. '. Sears ia a true democrat Conferred DaughterAreHere
,. primary promises ---; - .o" and an . With Men af i. ::
to x be an unusually quiet affair. ,In Revs' O. B. Falls ,,and R. F. Hod- recent able and enlightened ,,.gentleman and 'Affairs.f .., .
'cj _' \ fact it doesnt nett a election of the bar as each ha ia incapable I.
*.. appear, at'!present, were appointed a committee by of going over ForResfSecnonDututnished
aasociation of
; "' that it will he necessary to hold a the ministerial association otf Kis- Jacksonville Ernest the state abusing the bead of the :- M -
,.;J.\> primary, .no' simmeo to confer Metcalf one of:the young;membersof democratic \ M. L. Dawson; '' "' --
as opposition to with the local roar party fighting the leagueof manageri 'of; tha : : Raai 1o.J
r 1.7 those incumbents who desire-to,het board of health in regard to the ,mat- .....the.far..' ,of that city-; was selected. nations and making appeals. to the campaign of : Csry A. Hardea,'for Toronto Wintar+. . over has.yet da..lnnd-.. tar. nreindleea of, the Itmorant. an.arnnrens'. a Yialto..., ru..d.v tft :tIat V.L..U.AAJtM m T. G.If' ....Sc.J .+ !
. ,\ Mayor Steed states that while be .. Mr. Metcalf Is wall known through X1 1mme.. looking over the ." << An '. ... "
politi Onb= Ia .
J. W. HERE out Florida 'having for I PL''S"I j J I. . Eatlaulut .Ofh I
k:. has been urged by his friends to run WATSON IN ; years been MILTON SISTER I cal situation with reference to the "-" .. .
for reelection his private business INTEREST OF HIS CANDIDACY one 'of the leading news gatherers support Mr. Hardee will receive here .. .Tld'SL, \ \... '

; now demandsall.his. 'time', and,.h. Hon. ,John ,W.... Watson of Miami for the Florida Times-Union. his TWO"CHILDRtN"DUD. I and in Oiceola.,county ,In the primaries '--:--; \' 'i ..'..:.'
t specialty ,
being' >
; > politics. "
,.. -will not enter t.he'raee. .John"-S. ; < June 8 next. "' L-> LA.'Kamflton.: for twenty*'yesrsi\ ; 1 h'
;4*; '' 'Cadet, 'who..waa mayor-prior, Mr. I spent paatHweek, ayfew greeting days in>old Klssimmeo time friends the Graduating in law he has by per. Milton 'Pledger,-the well known'at i.1 1 Mr.( Dawson conferred with reD land commissioner of the Canadian*...a_,ft ."
I + Steed administration is severance and ability, risen in the torney resentative Pacific Railroad,"accompanied by his J
now the and. looking after his interests his Thursday: received a brief i men of' the, city and .tt:
as aandidaNforgovernor i of
only profession" and combined and daughter and brother,:all of Torontov: r '
I'vowecl'eandidate.tor that posi telegram from this' brother at I Mar- county was 'assured that Mr.. \
!t ton.:Jk'.li_ ...U"L..iJ' + > ; -of Florida.I with''bis' daily duties 'found time Hard. CanadXThave arrived at their-winter
!' n;, i, Byreason ot..hla, IOD8''service ianna, Fla.-stating that his sister, would .receive.the great ma-
We were unable to lee Councilman legislator ho la + aa, a to devote himself to patriotic causes, Mrs J. C. Boggs and her two children jority of votes in Osceola rMmty.' "', horn adjoining,the. Coif 'Club. .
;'' I' Arnold, but understand r he-will notJ' the-higb-poaition eminently fitted for having assisted in.publicity'work in ,,a, boy and n,, girl had died in He baa been inpolnta south of Mr. Hamilton ia aa ardent golfer
to which he
t offer for and 'J. ,W. t Ur.J.Wateanf:received aspires. the several Liberty loan campaigns Alabama. The message did not advise her*;as 1 far ;as',Lakeland and finds and for, many,year 1!and until, re...
T "Thompson baa announced, to succeed of support from his many friends assurances and war' camp community": work'as Mr., Pledger of the cause of the the voters lined up for the Live Oak centlyr was'pre.Went.of.the. .Mlasia- ,'' -
J' "TdmThe. < h...., and' stated well aa interested (= himself1 in'the deaths \but. a&nply stated that remains candidate., In fact thia condition ants Golf Club Toronto. Canada.
that he fait y.
.tin ,In which e aa- charitable dri_ :for'.the benefit"Ofstate one of the moat beautiful '
candidates may dent of being nominated ; of the,mother and children exists .wherever ,,j ha ,baa, ,been. Mr conn in. -.
In'th..eom ,, II
i next institutions. j tha city and the Kissimmae ,Golf 4,
qualify'end* would :
Monday 1IDd'n- tag primary.. said he he had be conveyed to1 Msrianna;;for Dawson declared.- r' ,
.1 leas some opposition develops by I that ho woaId receive ,assurances 75 1 interment i ., .- From Kiasimmaa Mr.:'Dawson went Club la to be. congratulated. in havlng- 'c
i" that; time there will be no primary pert cent! ,of thioGstenltb.'Lr,to aell .,Mr.. Pledger added that be would to Orlando thence to Jacksonville the benefit not only of his addax;
r, ,\ And those,who have qualified will be Coast and that reports from othereeetlopsl.were or axehsngeltry, oar danHled. !IncI.j be unable to:atWDd'.the funeral because and Live}Oak. baC'up aDd genereuasUtance ,lnanclal. ."as. ,
declared the nomineaa., aa weltWleome ,
in his
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fr Local the Knights 'of .
members of ) '
: Is Now in Haifa'Million Tell The
; Pythias Tuesday night)< Journeyed :,
: to Orlando and met Charles ,S. Davis
Homes I lof Denver, Col., supreme chancellor; TO SUPPLY ENORMOUS
W. M. Gober' of Lakeland, Grand .
health I!, Chancellor and the Grand ViceChancellor' ,r .
; They regulate their with '
Dr.. Caldwell's' Syrup Pepsin I In the party of North from KUslmmee Carolina! were DEMAND FOR TANLAC Children to Come ;

W. Crawford, Grand Prelate; W; '
,: ,there are women Jj." Sears Past wand Chancellor of \
WHERE children and .:( Florida. These were the speakers ,
. elderly people it Is always These -
.," Yowell were the speakers
n well to have a mild frentlo-acting from this, city.. Others from here Although Hug1. Laboratories" TurnOut happened l in tho drug- trade before. been looking for.
for we've in that lot of slates that they have laxative like Dr. CnldwelT*Syrup i were N. C. Bryan F. C. Bryan, J, 36,000 ,,Bottles D ijy Thousand Think of ,one retail firm selling got .
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t y' ? ... 'Pepsin'handy Tliis is a combination I A. Lancaster. A. S. Snodjrrans. GW of Dealers Cannot 'B. one-third'iof' a million bottles'of any They are beauties too; ball-bearing, and all the other ,good, points:
of simple laxative Iierbs | S. Graham W. L. Paulk A. S. ,' Sup- one: medicine1 right' overt the counUr Now that the flu has terporarily closed the schools there 5:1: chance
p, withprpsin which docs all that is i i bert Rev. R. F. Hodnett, J..E. Lup- plied. direct to consumer In 'only twoears' for great fun with them. Who know but that the fine out'of doors
required In constipation and s
J.-C. Buckles C. W. Griffin and time I '
fer ; It seems Incredable, ward off the flu., It
it:with safety ana comfort. It is I J. C. Griffin. .40' ( CARLOADS SOLD ut such is the record made by the exercise on skates may have a tendancy to *
U + free, from narcotics and may be chancellor was received IN worth trying anyhow.
I The supreme ALONE owl Drpfr Company- through the'- ,
beLie Half ouIlionmotbt'1'8
s; given to a
the lodges from KUsim-
+ in by retail stores on the Pacific Coast. ,
l have it as many rood Orlando Mt. Dora, Eustis, After Shipping Think of retail firm '
American tamer, and thaw families moo 838,400 Bottles of one in a single ,
'i i are healthier for it. Every I Lepsburir sand DeLand. Celebrated Medicine In One Month city of 200,000 population, selling "
j made
The principal address was approximately! eighty-eight thousand
drug "'oreaclI* Dr. ColdwcU's the Factory It Still Behind Some Tall Shooting )
ri Syrup 1'epfun. by tho supreme chancellor and at ; 380,000' bottle, an average of over two bottles
j conclusion of the ceremonies refreshments ; With Order_ for every family, in only four
I In tMtc nf the fact that Dr.weU' CoU- I were served. years' time Such is the record of
Ar ,Syrup Pepsin h tins large! ft idling Something out at the usual in Although the big Tanlae labora the Jacobs' Pharmacy Company of Everydody who saw Ad Topperwein'i superb exhibit of difficult -
s liquid laxative In the world there Florida Tuesday night was the supreme tories at Dayton, Ohio, and Walker- Atlanta. and fancy shooting the other day were amazed at the possibilities .i
kl being over 6 million bottle told each and grand? honors being given ville Canada have been running attop Think of one retail firm giving a when Winchester, Guns and Ammunition are used. That man 1
year, many who need iu benefit have at the same time. speed for months, it has been a single order for an entire car load, who had
E not yet used it. If you have not, tend I physical impossibility to supply the twenty-three thousand and forty bot- could shoot faster and with truer aim than anybody previously wi
and address trial AMERICAN LEGION DUES ARE walked the of Kissimmee, and he did it all with Winchester '
your name for a free phenomenal and: ever increasing de- tles and agreeing to pAy cash for the streets
I i, bottle to Dr. W. D. Caldwell 511 I ,INCREASED TO ONE DOLLAR mand for this celebrated medicine. goods promptly on arrival. Such an Guns and Ammunition, exactly like that which we sell every

; j Washington St., Monttcello, Illinois., I During the first ten weeks of last order has been received from the day ix\ our store. This proves that it's, good stuff does it not?
"v William T. Makinson .Post No. 10 One 'Million Three Lewis K. Winnipeg .
I year Hundred and Liggett Company, of and it
If DR. CALDWE LL'S i I American Legion, did not meet wenty-seven; thousand bottles of Canada Better have' a good; hunt before the, reason closes try yourself. j

SYRUP Thursday night owing! to the indisposition Tanlae were sold breaking all Another biff Canadian retail firm (
PEPSINTHE I of some of the members. There World's record for the sale of proprietary G. Tamblyn Limited Toronto Canada -.I
PERFECT LAXATIVE I was not much business to be transacted medicines up to that time. recently gave their order tot
\\A and it was' decided to call off This record now pales into significance ono hundred gross amounting to Fishing Tackle. '
the gathering until Thursday night. however, as orders received' $10,8000.00.
MISS TURVILLE HOSTESS PORt Commander C. L. McLean during January alone this year Orders from retailers for from fifty

c TO BRIDGE CLUB stated the last national conventionof reached the astonishing total of One .seventy-five gross are not uncommon When it comes to Fishing Tackle we have the goods. Patent
the American Legion increased Million Two Hundred and and all of the
Twenty ,
Mildred Turville hostess "
I Miss was
the the! dues from $25e to $1 which includes Thousand bottles, showing an increase leading retail firms -buy Tanlae in Bait of many kinds Spinners, Lines Swivels. Sinkers. Poles, wonder
afternoon entertaining
y yj; Bridge Monday club, which meets on that afternoon the subscription of the American of approximately one hundred I from ten to twenty-five gross lots to if there't anything else? Oh. yes Fish Hooks, better take some '
4 1 at Mrs. liuttoHf'a tea room. Legion Weekly, and all mem- per cent. over the corresponding supply their normal demands. of them along. A ten pound trout was laid on our scales the other'
-Xtthe roncTusion of- tTie games 1'iei'g of- t thepottau to-pay- P Hi"iod"or-1919 CTanl-- -------"- LWhenthomagnificentnew-laboratories -- may and it was caught right tl t here" -tour lam---Let's: aTTgo fishingl
Miss Turville rewarded Mrs. Howard dues as soon as possible so they can To say now has the I at Dayton, Ohio and Walker. ,
Anderson for having high score, by receive the publication and place the largest sale of any medicine of it.s'' villa Canada, with a combined floor
1u presenting her with a box of dainty post in good standing. kind in the World expresses it mildly Splice of seventy "thousand square I
g *' handkerchiefs and Mrs. Emmett It does not begin to tell the story- feet and a combined capacity of ,
,r Brown received a handsome deck of CLUB MEETINGS TOMORROW for no other preparation has ever thirty-six thousand bottles were
cards as a guests prize. AT K1SSIMMEF.; CLUB HOUSE even approached the marvelous record it was thought that the
Mrs. ButtorfT served delicious that in now being made by Tan- production would be. sufficient to Osceola Hardware Co.
i sandwiches, salad and hot cocoa The annual meeting of the Kis- lac; and it is now conservately estimated supply the demand for years to i
I with the pretty accessories which simmee Club Company and the Kis- that the sales for the present come. It is now apparent, however, .
add so greatly to a collation. simmee Golf Club will be held at year alone will amount to from sev- that additional facilities must be .. :
rv ; ,, Two tables of guests enjoyed the the Club House at 5 o'clock p. m., en to ten million bottles.Of provided if the supply is to keep pace Located on Kissimmee's
event Saturday February 21. the orders received during January with the demand. And this is true '
r __ it -was possible to ship only in spite of the fact that there are BUSIEST CORNER
6t !-.. .-.-....a.. f,:: n ., eight bundled and thirty-eight thou- now on the market from fifty to one
1 1'i sand bottles, and thousand of deal- hundred preparations claiming simi- r
era scattered throughout the United lar therapeutic value. --- i
States and Canada have been unableto Tanlac has now been on the marketfor
o .
obtain the medicine for weeks five years. It has stood the acid
t "Phenomenal and Bewildering" is test of time. It is known and honored -

the way one of the big drug jobbersof in every city, town village\ and f "To See Better See
r the country describes the marvelous hamlet, on the American Continentfrom Vaughan"OPTOMETRIST
demand for Tanlac. Key West, Florida to the \
"We know that the day of miracles Northern wilds of Canada, where
has passed, and we all know that eJen the Indians and Fur Traders
; : Ii bore are no unfathomable mysteriesIn have learned of its wonderful pow- EYESIGHT 1T SPECIALIST ,1

\ the drug business but this Tanlac ers as a medicine.Its ,
proposition smacks of both". writes
enormous and ever-increasing
Graduate of
another leading wholesale druggist, popularity is the one great outstand- College Opthalmolory
whose firm has sold over 34 carloads big proof of its wonderful merit,. No
or an average of nearly one medicine no matter how extensively WILL BE AT J
car load per month since they began; advertised, could sell and continueto i
handling Tanlac a few years ago. sell and establish new world's records I THE CENTRAL DRUG STORE EVERY THURSDAY :;
n. Thousands of similar letters and year after year, did not
: . telegrams: have been received, but produce actual and positive results. oooo..ooooooo.ooooo..o.oo.ooooooooooo.
for the lack of they can onlybe .
space '
the most
Tanlae is composed of No
referred to briefly. beneficial roots and herbs known to '
Carrying Ton a Mile Most proprietary medicines are the scientific world. The formula
I sold by the dozen or by, the gross;
and State
conforms with, all National .
.. a few are bought by the trade in Pure Food and Health Laws of both .
M for less than a Cent quantities of from ten to twenty the United States and Canada, and 18-8BO-//,
a few are sold by
gross; very for
although Tanlae' claim superiority
-. car load and then only to the largest
: : T are abundantly supported ,by

f ':I 'j/'. Freight,rates have played a very small part jobbers., The covering fact therefore extensive that terrjtorses. scores leading themselves authorities who have It is made the Tanlae people
_ "\ j \'. In rising cost of,living. ., of jobbers in this country and Can- what it is. Millions ppon'millions
,; .... ada have A demand sufficient to Justify have used It.and have told other t
., them in ordering not a carload millions what it has done for them.
Other causes-the v.-aste of war .underproduction but from two to three car loads of !
Tanlac at a time makes Tanlae preeminence That is why Tanlae has becomethe SEED BEANS TOMATO

i credit inflation-have added doll ...:j in the field of. medicine all real sensation of the drug trade CUCUMBER 't"
all America.
It is the over
the; more note-worthy.
, ; to the cost of the necessities of life jvhilef biggest thing of its kind in the Tanlac is sold by all leading' drug ' '
i ,;, freight charges have added only cents. world and nothing like it has ever I gists. We can supply for immediate shipment all the leading and standard ;.
-- varieties of all kind of seeds for planting in our state.

REED'S BAKERY AUTO IS pery road, turned into a ditch andcompletely '
::1 The average charge for hauling a ton'of upside down the machine i
I freight a mile is less than a cent whirling about and facing Kissimmee POTATO SEED '1"'
Reeds Home Bk-ry auto delivery with the wheels' in the air.
nl r { wagon is in the garage of Lupfer & Two wheels were badly broken J>

t A suit of clothing that sold for $30 Prather in a demolished looking condition and the body and wind shield! wrecked. Oar Spring 1920 Catalogue i is ready and will be free of ,; ;

's[, . before the war was carried. 2,265 dent that'the happened result of to apeculiar,it Wednesday acci- .Young Johns had a miraculous escape diarfo on request. It contain information of value for Florida j i+

h j evening on the brick road near the from injury. lie was buried in Trackers and Planter. -1.>
rail from Los
, miles by Chicago to toward the wreckage and pulled out with on, ;
county line as it was going
... ly a scratched knee. Now is the time to place order for all l teed*-you can't afford to .
Angeles for 16.54 cents. Orlando. :
wait for teed when the attire .
season to plant. 'Vi
/ The machine was driven by Pitt ..
:; ,1. i' Johns; and was running behind an- !, STATE S. S. CONVENTION AT \\

',t : :, Now. the freight charge is 22 cents other car which suddenly slowed GAINESVILLE MARCH 24-26 AMBER CANE-ORANGE-TEXAS RIBON CANE-MILLET- $?

"! I and the suit sells for.$50. I II down.his car,Johns which applied skidded the on breaks the slip of I: Gainesville through- her leading PEANUTs-HOG .GOOBERS-TEOSINTE- RAPE EGYPTIAN'i'

:. I ,I . ( ----'-- --- Sunday school workers backed by i WHEAT-SUDAN GRASS-RHODES GRASS-SEED SWEET ? ,.J j'
"T her big-hearted citizens, extends an SEED-VELVET ' jfe
1 '. ioere..edSy POTA1'OES-COnQN BEANS-OATS-RY& *
t The COM of die salt baa dottmr r
t VICTIMS invitation to every ,Sunday school COW PEAS 4 :r
.: 'Th freight on H baa locreaaed'ooly 5j .. worker in Florida to attend the 1920 Ar;,
"' Central Committee of the Florida .;. ';:
: I ''Othef ttanaponattoo charge cater into the.\ Stale Sunday school convention.In Write immediately for catalogue and price lilt also call on u* for'1'] ; \; :
."' ". ,' oet of the tnt h.d artfcl: *-carrying the wool RESCUED accepting this invitation, the
f to the nailla sad the cloth to tb t llor -but Sunday school association expressed any special information yon may desire regarding you crop. ; ; ;;

theM other charge*amooot to bat a few cota itself as assured that this would be
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the best convention in the
: aaor*. Kidney,liver,bladder and uric acid attended *
, f \ troubles are most dangerous'' be- history: of the association. E. A. Martin Seed Company

\ The $10 of shoes that used II' cause of their insidious attacks;: THE MISSES LAIDLAW
i pair to. : (Oldest exhibited seed house in Florida.) tf
Heed the first warning they give ENTERTAIN AT TEA: ;
's !' fi? 1 , sell for $5goes; from the New England that they need attention by taking 202-200 E. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. I'v 111.1
t 'A": Misses, Mary and Frieda Laidlaw. : Phone 4277-1230
.' factory to the Florida dealer for COLD MEDAL who are guests of Captain and .Mrs.Mfeiklejon '. k

"; .. a freight, charge of 5% cents-: only this winter, entertained a .O.O.O..O O.O..OOO..o.ooooo..oo .OO..O..oo ;
I t few friends at afternoon f.ea at the 1
"t one cent more than the pro-war rate. !!!O J Country club Satruday afternoon "

.. t with an interesting game of clock 1.J'1tl'
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r ,',;.<. j Beef pays only two-thirds of a cent I' Th world' Maodard remedy for thM golf.Their guests were Misses Violet I\\;

: a pound freight from 'Chicago to disorder*, will often ward oft these di.sea. .> Bullock. and Mattie Stanford, Cap- Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Open Day and Night ""l ;
-L .. and strengthen' the body a..toatfunbe..attack& tain Frank Vans AgneW' and Gordon
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: TRADE. OF KISSIMMEE ; I..t :.,. ,, :. .:r' : I w
n COLD OR COUGH? (Continued-from: P r.'.On.) ( WHISKEY FOR .' I Ii'

opened with prayer by Rev-- J. J. ; ,..... .

,'... <1< ,----!. Farmer.W.. Crawford. chairman, of the CQLDS- AND FL r''' I, .' .w.f '11!'". .. .J'i' (

!, 'Why, when tD '. Kins' New nominating V committee\ told of ., a ; .W* C.4.. l : .,: :j\ ,: 'iI..t f : .t.fK:
thorough canvas that was) mad. by I. y." .. : "t! ,
Dicorery'kao 'promptlychecks 'this body to select a man fOr presfdent New Elixir; 'Called"Aspiron." .
itTTS one who could devote the necessary -
..J., time to the duties. al'Medicated With Latest J
:. .. .1 you. mee, he said, had a number( Scientific:'Remedies Used ,.
;'; natural don't want to txI competent to fill the office KII.lm.j ,
careless and let that old cold 01 not spare their services and Endorsed by Euro-
cough drag on or that new attack for the purpose. It had not been an I and American Army I
develop seriously. Not when you can easy,task to decide upon a man but 1 pean
\ get such a proved successful, remedyas after prolonged effort! one had been Surgeons to Cut Short a ""," ,-'>'.,
Dr. King's New Discovery.. 1 1 agreed* upon. who would look after' Cold and Prevent Complications ./ \
I Gold! 'cough grippe, croup does not I the best interests of the board and I I
a' resist this standard reliever very long. the city" of Kissimmee. Mr. Craw .
i" Its quality Is as high today as It always ford then presented the recommendation ,. t
rJ has been-and It'. been growing *. He' added that if the plan Every Druggist in..TJ.'S.'instructed (
I 'steadily popularity for more than of a commercial secretary and an
f fifty years. OOc. and $1.20 a bottle at. appropriation of $5,000 did not bring to Refund Price I...
all druc .ts.' Give it a trial. results in one year, if they were not While You Wait at Counter .:, iv

< to be had Selections in Kusimtnee Announced., then ,quit. If Relief Does Not Come 1 {

Constipated? Here' Relief A. Akerman, member of the 'com Within Two Minutes.; 4'f
': Not that often harmful always violent mittee then announced the selection % --. r L'
'' of president and soliciting committee. Immediate
: and temporary help that comet There other nomina- Delightful Taste
being no
from harsh purgatives, but the com "
' fortable gratifying, corrective regula tions for the head office Secretary Relief, Quick Warm/Up. if
Sam L. Lupfer cast a unanimousvote
don of stubborn bowels so pronounced
,la Dr. King's New Life Pills. for Mr. Cadel. The latter made The sensation of the,, year In the *!t
a brief and appropriate talk, stating drug trade is Asplronal, the twominute It
Tonic In action, they promote free Mow wall the opportune time for cold and cough reliever, au .1. y.
. bile flow, stir up the lazy, thoroughlybut Kissimmee to go ahead. He referredto thoritatively guaranteed by the laboratories -
gently cleanse the system of waste other annual meetings when the ; tested, approved and moat
matter and fermenting foods,and give members went forth full of enthusiasm enthusiastically endorsed, by the high-
you keen est for bard work and but it soon died down. But the eat authorities, and proclaimed by I
healthful recreation.. All druggists board had never had the proper kind the common people as ten times as oar f
... JH cent, *.. of secretary. He did not mean to quick and effective as whiskey, rock G. IDlA t ,. rFr
,.--'-- -- cant-any-refleutlens any secretary aad-rye, or any .other...eoldiand-cough a v, n s ,
he said, as he had once been remedy they have ever tried. +" Open Y EN 1
O. !. KRIBB8' A. AKRRlCAN secretary, as well a. others. I I, All drug stores are now supplied ""' : '' wLuckyStrikepack_ .
W. J. STEED Mr. Cadel told what could be accomplished -I I with the wonderful new elixir, so all :
KRIBBS, AKERMAN AND STEED 'I this year add what Kis ( :rou have to do to get rid of that cold ::,: ::{: age thi"a way-toarj :aof
. simmee had the 'bulkhead under is to step into'the nearest drug store, I
.".I'8e7. a.< C.._ .- at law.K1..1. now of the top'Protects f
__ newt. I, construction, an Increase In tourist band the clerk half a dollar for a bottle ;' part
values and of Aspironal and tell him to serve you ., '
travel better
.....raJ ._..... I. all at.t.sae Vell.e' next ,season he property looked for the city two teaapoonfals with four teaspoon I' only. Strike f
'I.t.. Carts.'A to be overflowing.: He deplored the fuls of water in a glass. With your'
a. lack of building operations. He ask watch in your hand, take the drinkat 1 the Lucky ,
W. B. CRAWFORD ed all to put their shoulders to the one swallow and call for your money r cigarette-a cigarette made '
back in two minutes if cannot -
ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW wheel for better times. He wanteda you ---
real secretary of the board and feel your cold fading away like a dream of that delicious real' Burley -
. Offices: 8. 4, 5, 8, and 7 Citizens within the time limit. Don't be bashful $
' $10,000 would not be too much
a year .. toaeted."ik
for all druggists Invite you and 0 tobacco" ''It'e*'
Bank Bll Id1nc.IDulmmM. for the man who knows his businessand
expect you to try" it. Everybody'sdoing < r<
can accomplish things. Get a. t
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good man, he added even if costs ..f ,' :
When cold is 0
or cough re-
|I. your eed
than $200 month.C. .
more per lieved, take the remainder of the bottle ,
DENNING Johnson Talks.C. .
DR. R. J. F.
home to wife and babies, forAsplronal
DENTIST. F. Johnson, editor' of the St. your is by far the safestand most "

Successor to Dr, W. W. Carson. Cloud Tribune, and former secretary, effective, the easiest to take and the .
told what St. Cloud was doing. Also 'most agreeable.eold'and court remedy ,'.: IJ
Over the POltotftorncBI .. ) ,, -
the organization of a county boardof r. .
far Infants and ebUdnsb-Ad.J J, ...
HOURS! .t to 11:10.: 1:10 to $. trade. He boosted his town and "' ,
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Of flee.Phone 158. urged a feeling of friendship between r-t-. "t rvl r r rrr.1:J
that place and Kissimmee. He .spoke! of the beet nart of his possess, there was no telling where people here m it'worlt and pull together stupendous sum"of $1' per annum ,
} ... J. C. Krause of Narcoossee spoke life having boon opens here and he Miami would stop. and lay aside any personal provided the city would furnish one
at length upon the healthy and sub- was glad' to be back upon the occa- Time for Action.Mr. feelings that may exist. Get an exchange man to keep them In condition end.!
LEWIS O'BRTANATTORNEYATLAW stantial condition of Kissimmee. paida sion of a movement for the upbuild- Watson was for good roads, of ideas from people of other the donors would.. ala>> provide'sin1. I
tribute to the people and referredto ing of Kissimmee. He said he left entertainments and developments of towns. Benefits could be derived other man. H.' made' attract: ? I
the broad ntreets. clean premises here some years ago and going to various kinds. Kissimmee, he added from them. tire1 propositions showing a strong''
Waring Building. schools fire departments churches, Miami found it in the same fix as was going to be just what its pea Crawford Volunteers.W. -of.hearty'-aseistftnee. iin. any
the band and stockraising with fine Kissimmee in the way of a commer- ple made it. He urged advertising B. Crawford interjected a remark -! project the board of trade, might
He also urged that amusements fresh water to the effect that he would seek In operation.
pastures. cial organization. It had a secretary and spoke of the great to put ;; .
a.t Jofenaton O. P. Oaxrett be provided, harmony necessary at $25 per month. Then a capable lake its fishing, and water improvements serve as one of a committee to.'go to Sears Thanks Friends. It. f
GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW rood hotels rood.roads and the man was employed as secretary and necessary. The water level Tallahassee and see the state Improvement .Congressman Sears thanked his '
JOHNSTON fc promotion of motoring. He voluntarily it** reorganization perfected. Now had been lowered he said, and now board in regard to the installation : friends for their kind words,, and
subscribed S100 toward the salary there are 600 members. Money was locks must be put in. He. urged the of locks in the adjacent cheer during the last few trying1weeks .
of the paid secretary, and also the waters. Be believed that after, the ..whejuhis ion ',.Jn.:."critical .. :
OsHces 10, 11 and 12 Citiiens Ban. raised on negotiable notes and it was people of Kissimmee to get after was leV:I . Building made a few remarks about the .bad spent in advertising the city of Mi state improvement board. Go 'after first year the board could depend condition; the:result) of anoperation..V ':.a
Kisalmm.. Flaw city road across the lake going to ami. The speaker told of a bill he i them right now aa every member of upon the city for funds for advertls He Ipoke.of:,th.e';boom;In ,,Kissimmee
St. Cloud. had passed in the legislature to allow it is out for re-election and, now is tlslng purposes and'relieve the. peo- some'years ago when, people'flockedhere. l ?
J. W. THOMPSON Views of Mr. .Watson., municipalities levy' a' millagefor' the time to make the move, ple from direct subscriptions.wMt, ._ The residents ,thpugbt; heY ark t. M\t .
John.R. Watson of Miami gave the advertising purposes, up to the Mr.-Stanford asked all' members Cadel was of the opinion that the would ''never stop coming *faidtaeboard <. .)'!.. ?...
members of the board valuable Information amount of one mill, which had prov. to use'their influence at this time in county commissioners could .also cooperate of.trad."cut off' the serrices-of'"
Funeral DirectorAND telling what the business en a good proposition to raise funds carrying out the suggestion of Mr. in this matter; . .' the< secretary.< .But;, the 'bomtVpeppl.tcould :
body of that: city had done in organ for advertising.! He said the men of Watson. Also the undivided support' Harry Hunter in merry vein addressed not keep up their daily, work
izing. until ,it Is now ,a chamber of I Miami worked together with push of Mr. Cadel., the new president. { the gathering,, and made the and attend to the advancement' of
commerce with a large number: of and spirit and if they had the soil W. H."Davis, -newcomer and in-\ city an unusual offer He.v would the city. "i "
members and the advancement of there that the people of KissimmeeLet's vestor .here on' a large scale, spoke rent the golf links pn the. country Congressman Sears .devoted re, ,, ,1
Miami through its efforts. from the standpoint of a, recent ar club and Log House grounds for the (Cnntlntiod 'on Pane. ''Four ,

LICENSED EMBALMERStore -- -. -- rival. He said he had visited Miami ,. "-;. .-- .. ,....,. r.r
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and Chapel, Stewart AT*. .. people boostsrs. He went to various
top it off with a good smoke"Chesterfield other points in the state but; was
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'81'" Builder. .
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DR. BUCKMASTER It yon are 'fist'ra; from a LookWhen
fight,with the.'Flu/It will weeks yes-Soirietimes' It la-But _
before you're really out of...danger. '
) If 1 S a Your blood has 'exhausted ,it.ItrengthIt' . '
Out The. -Bump"{ Comes ,ti
Ii. KISSIHMEE'SOSTEOPATH $ .la' In, no' condition to : ,

:t ', : be off other,to\:,': disease, germs why, doctors it.may //A*.mam aaj''; ei quite wkfle spmduf .very deOtf'.. 'eanu;' ""

: advise staying away from crowds,as ,as se.., or eve Were he fete it- ad Lays a great. ties V Attmg.Ift $ +

.. .J' long as possible. d bat. .eT..baaDy-tkerms"'will sh.w., ; -i.: ;:
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'r e STATE: BANK BUILDING T r its strengths-its stability to fight, off The "rahiy.b. ** .b bead t.'ono'eeoasr w' (IaJ.,'whesi hisair.rllt .

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The famousbloodbuilderwlB, supply
the, Iron'. and other, properties i start \by!depeitii,Jut',.a.fitde"each Week la thU -"' V 'j .

tV your.blood lacks and help you regain 'bake' ad see hew ..cIa'nets C4MnforUble.ajid 1aJ'rt, ,
old time and enthusiasm.Get .
your vigor '
J Fepto-Mangah today." It.maybe depeadeat yeawill! feet'AS,Ae habit grows'b; ate.

: had at any drug? store In c either dollar .diiply. ,,. : ; b
:: G R. : : liquid or tablet.,form. Make ; your 1 ' ( .; } $'r.
BSOJFDBPIE8: own choice as to' liquid or tablet. "
They-are exactly the same in'medi t"s' $'\.
) claM prefer.'value.; Take, which I ,ever you : \ : .1'NK. :;':OJKISSIMMEE 'F.>. *.. V.:. ; 1 <

But be
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;. Pepto-Mangan: Ask" for "Gude's"and
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G l mmee, Fla. Feb. 3rd. 1920. ,. i' : Killi unee. Fla.. Feb. 1 II ih. 1920. : 'I!

Mr. Wilmer L. Moore Pret: .. h'
tt The Sou. Statet Life Ins. Co., ,
The Sou. State Life Int. Co. i

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: .Dear. Sir: .
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setout '
i c .' I wish to acknowledge receipt of your draft for Nine HuDdred Thirty' .In the recent', ease of Joseph. D. Jeffords. Jr... of the City, the Insured

, I, : .L' ', show how fully died! O8'J."a17 16Ih."bulohC! *f death wa.not.ent to pouf: Company
't I Three .Dollars and Sixty-three;; cents ($933.63)'being) the amount due m* till l J... 23rd. You. immediately, forwarded the necessary forms for proof

s q : in full settlement of all claims under policy No. 12240 xw the b'fe'' of f ..myhusband. and ,promptly" we of lost which were mailed to you Jan. 28th and payment was made by.
.l'' draft 011 ,our Bank date the following day. Jan. '29th.. .
" Mr. Jos. Jeffords.. Jr.. Cashier of the 5tac Bank of. Kissim- bank it of the .
',' take' care of the Thi method of paying claim by draft on local greatet
t nee Fla.: ." protection benefit, not only to the beneficiary, but to the community generally
and'it'U this method of business that I desire particulary
; for the service needs of conducting your
Ia this connection I wish to thank you very prompt you .our
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have rendered in the adjustment of thU claim. Mr.:'Jeffords died January people The co-operation which such affords in the development of butin M

', ___ _16th,....thut, only 16 days have elapjted siace_this' policy became_a_claim; ___.. _. ____ _____ __ __ ,. show us the great advantage _there. i'in. having dealing_ with- a_strong
Itotbe Company aad should''recommend itself to the good judgment of ail .
.,; your.handliag hat. indeed. been "very prompt and I again thank you desirpu '.)ftficA/ryinc'! ( I '

Kl r "I' :"':(S1;r .' Yours very truly SLq..1d.we at any time be'able, to serve you I west you wiH. not hesi- :

'l'I.f: ), late to call on us. "
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show what do. Our Double and Benefits Twice the face:
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GAZETTE devoted to the interests of that city BACK UP BOARD OF TRADE.. Cough Remedy and .-proper care of of Mr. and Mrs Jacob Reifsehileider. attended the fair at Orlando last ,
.IISSIMMEE VALLEY and section. 'The recently appointed yourself, in fact a bottle of this Mr. N. W. Beebe wife and daughter Wednesday. :
secretary,' prepares special articles Unanimity ofaction characterized remedy in the house is a mighty of'Hampton., Iowa, came in last Mrs. E% B.; Hibbard and Mrs. Stewart i
i ...1...... lovers FTdarlY \ which are published in the Suwannee the annual meeting'of the board oftrade good Investment during the. winter Wednesday to spend the rest of the McLaughlin were the guests -00'; Ua.ett............C*B>f* ;r Democrat. t at the Graystone hotel last and spring months. winter here. of Mrs. Drought at Ham-
L Friday night. The of mock Grove. ,
spirit cooperation Mrs. Anna Meatyard passed away .
7 W. B. Hurl. ......_t 'The Lakeland Telegram In' telling there. The T
was spirit was Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The
xJ H. ... \mmrn ..._. s..retsrT of the Haines City. Herald selling to Now back ST. CLOUDDr.
j ...*...>._ Jl' .v IIOa willing. up by concerted funeral services were held in the M. I I
the Central Florida News says action.A E. Church Monday at 2 p. m. The I
$ i Rat... Haines- City has as much use for has been selected. FOR SALE
new president body was shipped to Illinois for bur- '
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t t *)Copy. On Six* Month-- _U.IIO 1.00 two newspapers .. the proverbialcat his choice being made after long and M. .Cushman came in last ial Tuesday morning She leaves one
rJ On.Co. Thr: Month..--_ .JO had with two tails. Yea I It deliberation by the nominating Thursday from St. Petersburg: and is daughter and thie sons,besides several -
'.. might be wise for Haines 'City to committee and. his election was I stopping with Mrs. Hendrix for the grand children to mourn her I Lot No. 16 Woodall' Subdivision ,j j'
Authorised All 'communication corripondnta* xept taut from our b* wait until 'it grows some more. unanimous.This present. loss. ' of Lot No. 65 of the F. L. A I
same committee saw the absolute I Mrs C. K. Hendrix came back last
.th writer. Mrs.
al James Rowland and small
'eJect.d b ...tum" The C. L. has put luxurious after Co.; with bungalow thereon erected - :
e. matter,will hot A. necessity of a professional Thursday evening a very pleasant James Jr., who have been visiting ;
unl_-caJI.d tor. $50,000 dining ears on the system commercial secretary a man -experienced visit with Peter O. Knight at son their aunt and uncle Mr. and at a sacrifice. .
t t" (Entered In th. Poatoffle at Kiaalm- from New York to Florida. This in this work and made provision Tampa, and Mr. and Mrs. Comb., Mrs.: .J.- .H.' Ferguson, left on Wednesday -
.., .... Florida.a* oond-claa, .r.) price does not Include linen silverware to give him a living wage and and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Squires at for their home at Henderson
crockery and glassware.' But funds with which to work. Such' a St. Petersburg. Mr. Squires who : far A. J. HENRY
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY ,20, 1'20 we need not -worry about the latter. mates cannot be had on the spur of has not been well is improving.Mr. Ky.Kissimmee They were by accompanied Uncle Josh. as :,
The charges for food will wipe out the moment. It will take time to and Mrs. Levi Shambow and a* 618 Witherspoosi!
.- Subscribe to, the \$8,000'fund. for that expense and a large surplus will find one and She officers of the board MSss! Eda Epple left on Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Levi Shambow Mrs. BUg. .
the.board. of trade.* be reaped.Th of trade should be allowed every opportunity attend the Gasparilla at Tampa. Marcell and Misses Hoffman and PHILADELPHIA. PA. )
of canvassing the situation [ While there they will! be the guest Ed. Epple, were among those who
9 ,,Join the board of trade.Increase *' Lakeland Star states there' is before deciding. upon a secre, '1'.,,'
'membership and '.tAclene,.. no city ordinance there of any value '
Wednadaywas 'Wednesdayand in catching folks with booze on them Another; excellent recommendation ".. .. .:. "11- -_ "'" .. -< '" "': ".. .. 'II> ",. I' .. .'" 'I/Io "
hr. Ash and the court dismissed;' *"case. because mad by the .nominating committeewas
it was an ""'. 'looking. day. of lack of, Jurisdiction. This the selection five committees
as well as rainy. happens In'other Florida e.ta.te10.; the chairman of each being a member
e tably in Jacksonville some time .sgo. of the board of directors to a / .
Accept that offer of Harry Hunter.'' County and. state courts can look after transact the business of th.' organi-
FL Golf links .t a rental of. one, dollar these awe with more' effect. sation. This is as it should be. An .
a year. Grab lat, as quickly as the entire membership or part of it is
k board ef trade:' did' that.,.,flM( >, J. C. .The' .1[president' ,has renomtnated not competent to handle a situation. t tM.ilSkReceirJed This Week'
Krause offered.'. John U.Neeley; to be, United State. Ninetynine .ttimes out of a hundred Copies
. ," I district, attorney 'for ,/ the northern they ba... 'not studied propositions 2ftfl: i
The 'Orlando i Sentinel Js ;steadily district"of Florida.' During the war and come to meetings unprepared to I. ,r
,', advancing CaI'7 .nard... It'now baa b.. gathered. in and. mowed down pas.upon the subjects at issue. Five : -' .,. e
him "ear, 'D' :Hardee jeutead of spies la'large'? \,>::y ,. . .
'A',.Hant.T.mP* Tribune. around the ; .., \ .
i 1 "Cary' sneaking government a great deal more than fif ,, .."!.,.' "'... "it- ," ,>>v "
The Sentinel is exactly the opposite plants and army''and navy posts at ty-five. The latter forms too bulky 1!' '
in Ala l Look Them
!ry 'to>what its name Implies.' ,,' PensacohuIDs',reappointment. naturally uninterested body. ,. :'Come Over _
'. deae.d'thit follows:. Heretofore not more than a band.
., i>ani. ,asUon: has ', "* <' ful of members attended the weekly
. woman's skirts ahall 'come no lower 'The'F1or1Aa' Tlmes.UDlon says the meetings. They were incompetent to
than one Inch below-the taaaea.Aither : railway employs 0;who threaten to handle situations because they rep-
ia no,, waist,material strike .demand 4.assurance, of an. Im- resented but a small part of the
Miami style bathing ',anlta can now mediate reduction in the.COlt .of Ii"",. membership and had not interested .
be. !worn and be right in. fashion.. ing. The cost of living will be reduced themselves in affairs.If r. rALSOv i
: ,. ': r when theo:department of Jus- -it' is necessary for a full attendance .
,, ''TM League of Women,voters has tie quite talking and begins to act. of the board at any time
'teen formed at Chicago a new name The only time the department of'justice the president 'can call. the members Fresh Mpm {
for' the National" Woman Suffrage officials1 quit :talking is, when together. CANDIES
:. Association.' And there are now .a they. are\chloroformed.'' Another important point. Thereare r .,
.&';&; 'number -of women' 'who.' have 'come ,. men1 of standing in Kisslmmee
*, into their.. own and, are factors, the Florida weeklies announce" the fact today who are not members of the o
r '" politicians_.have to.reckon with.Presidentelect that new' school buildings are being Kisslmmee Board"of.: Trade. They
erected contracts mAd. for their should and must join and now ia the "
Deschanel J ci France construction. Then municipalities psychological moment.. ' ." HAVE YOU TRIED GREEN RIVER? .
is'going to "dike out his flunkies in appreciate{ the i needs' of the schoolchildren .
It garments costing $600,'per, "flunk.' ?' ;but in Klsslmmee there I. 'I j Pensacpja V policemen are asking .
If-there should happen to be an np- a lack of interest. If the school bids for. supplying their summer un- I' ri
4' rising: of the populace they. would be board will not, start- the; movementfor ..- 'The."'cop." in the east, west '"/
c c' food targets for.mud thrown at their I another educational institution and north about this time are loading ,- .
-' whit buckskin'pants, gold braid. and, here' It.1e time for 'the. parents of on all the extra vests and sweat-
> ailver! ;' embroidered. waistcoats. children to., do so. "era.they\ can squeeze. into.' Central Drug Store

.-. +H There':ia oaft''great'ml.tak.'Aotelsand The press banquet at Tampa- was Dollars :.and Cents.
merchants make in dealing with. the greatest ever and the editors ."Quality. and. Serrice" .. ,
,tourists.- They --"goug" ,there for who were fortunate 'enough' to attend Counting H only ,in dollars 'and /Plaon. 41 : .
verythmg they get. 'Grapefruit at enJoJ'ed"er7 minute of In* cents- bow' much did that last cold
hotels ta ,thi state' are- aa high as four and a ,half hours spent.'around cost ,you? A man ,may, not alwaysstopwork'.when .,
'In .w.,Y .fiacli.prices: .are ....- the festal board.; Even W. J.' Bryan he,has a, cold,;but
? .. mendation: ; ,to.Flor1da.' who was the.guest'of honor; as well perhaps .it would be better.If, he'did. ilJ l' .
.. .*p s' r r=i as the. butt of many of.the.cricUroa. It 1 takes about ten/clays to ret eojnpletely .. ,Z 'J. (/ -t. ; .
eomsnlercialsea stunts of *the/Jon, Boiarians, acknowledged rid .of a co d.UdeJ' the usual ? .
organised ... ,
Th* newly treatment. That time cant be ,muchshortened '. ,.., . . '., "
Its two that be had real. good
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lug' tot sale.. ;
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Several good stock farms. Let as a
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Mfts* Ada Wagner who has been Company.. the study of the. : : '

suffering from a heavy cold has re Mir. Sam Jones and children of when'daughter Miss of Bessie Mr.p.u ; ; [ HEATED: i RUNNING WTE( :. }

covered. Watertown, Flaare, "viattibgr.Mrs. f" .
Guire 607 Emmett '
One heavy work' horse and one Tone*' parents.. ',, ,and, Mrs.. J. W. "John ,F.' I .user'of: .X l1...-Lete HeteL': .-..k { .
fresh for sal J. W. Miller. 6-tt Miller.. '
cow *
-- plighted their troth.
I, Mrs.. D. E. Atwood ,ofTChelms?ord The drainage pipes. ,which have Became of the .., aa j BeatiafTs Lain Tefcepekafiffa.
MARL, is visiting at No. 107 Emmett ,been curbing front ol bride's .sister.the '
house Service, Haiti 0a'Appiea8... ,,
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,My-t'' street. ,- I the court for some time have delightful horn l
Mr. and Mrs.: ]f. .Scramlfn of Climax 'been placed in position underground celled and 'only' ': ; -
Michigan. are stopping at No. and a general improvement is Hhe friends and '. BAIRD,. Manager. {
1017 ,Emmett street.. i result The difficulty in the matterwas them to the church t
the securing of workmen for the B. Fall performed
For steam 'vulcanizing; see H. E. ..,
Job. rind' .
ceremony.The -
Phay at Mach's Garage. 84tpd.
Newly painted house, modern, immediate bride was &
Mrs. W., R. Barbard of Sloan Iowa possession cheap, terms. cut of nary blue ..
is a visitor in Kissimmee:' staying Nelson Realty Company. \ ,cessories to match.
,at '410 Emmett street, After a bridal 'M,
R. E. McLaughlin of Okeechobee! FOQt.
Mrs- O. B. Fall has* been enter was a visitor In Kissimmee the "early resortsMr.and;, ; o .. .. t
taining her cousin Mrs. Thomas at home In their '
the here
part of week, -coming1 totake
Trotter of Toronto Ont. hi*' wife and'children back to .bungalow'At ;;
Mr and Mrs. Hill of Minneapolis his home while the schools of this I the groom li.a : is
were guests at the Log House for city are closed. 'hey'will return as gressive ,business ; : Specialist '
several days this week. soon as the city board ot health decides Mr, and, Mrs. .
tires of Tennessee : ; {
- Mrs D. G. has to them. I
Wagner who been reopen
ill for the past two months is now Two small fires Thursday morning years taught the honfe pan two Coming Mere ,
well on the way to recovery.We called out the department but little held .a similar
do ,section and'tube work at'f damage resulted from' this flames. wood Fla.. schools .
reasonable prices, H, E. 'Phay. at The first. was on Penfield jstreet The' high esteem : arid trouble '
Mmch'a: Garage. 84tpd. where.a'.hot stove scorched 8ome,of bride and groom expmtf we have ark

. Mrs. Clyde L. 1 Davis'of West New- the wood work of a room,' and the bv the beautiful *'foot expert to fce at:this*store I '
second' in: the 800 block oa Brack
berry Mass; is here for an indefinite glass,china and 4 V Hi I" '" { 1'.1
.. stay, at 24 Mabbett street .street, did 'about $10 damages to the gift to" theIlrAde.: ; ; ?

Mr. and Mr*. W. S. Potter of LaFayette the'roof cause., spark?\from .a chimney, ,being pearl lavalleraj1jr. { nd Wednesday, Februaryx24 25 n

Indiana a re.1Ussimme.vieitors .
quartered on Church street Read our advertisement ,'In ,Classified . J.. SEAXS..JIU i,;

M.... O'Flynn 'daughter of Chier list. It has bargains Nelson. HOME.,FROM foot sufferers.,, 'Ii
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Justice Sir William Mulock of To- Realty Company. ,,. i =
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Louis Camak of Athens Ga. who [ Advpi fl e
ronto 'Canada, is the guest of the 1 i \ jj
Golf club, ;for the'ae&80D" has been a guest'of Hubert Fleming Congressman' W. ( ,

+ ....Steam.jvulcaniilng jof. .all: _kinds' with for -the'Mrr"FleTntn-g-forTTampa"A past month left"'Thursday heTfl .day Jr.Ilopm afternoon 5rem, -t"" : i ,<.

Prom.pU7done at. reasonable, price. they will take a P. and O. steamer ?lio,1ta> .. ,ybqta ) ; J ,
Section and tube work our specialty.H. to Key West, disenrtbafk and travel 1 t operati0 }'f o*' a \
E. Play at Mach'sgarage.. 8-4t-pd by rail along theE at f Coast.;atop week-ago.! While \ : :4
Mrs. C.' L. Bandy and Miss L'. Jennaa : ping at Mtanrt., West Palm '!Beach,', condition
; of Kisslnrmee, were among the Ft. Piacce, Ormnad{ Beach Daytona ing slowly.Corirrmsjnan.- I : -'- \ -T
guests at>Bay View Tampa, 'the. _first" St.. Augustine.andJaekoinrfllev, } j3ek .
of the'week. ManaerJ'. '..tWoodbeck> late lv stated that be E II'l
J. R. Martin and wife of Pittsburg Monday might received a long die 'ington D..C.. thfe
Penna, friends of the McCools, were tence message from the manager of week and desire to : l
guests at the Graystone Hotel for a traveling show stating that Sanford for their kindness '!,
several days, arriving here the first had closed its amusement houses Sear during the
of the'week. as a preventive of "flu" and i
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Mallory of asked if he could secure a date to ., \e y re
AI.'r :
West Springfield, Penna., and D. J. exhibit here.\Manager WVwdbeck)
Nelson of :Ponca, Neb., were among informed the showman that the same Mothers'-Teaehers ;
the arrivals! in Kissimmee stoppingat closed conditions prevailed here. celled the meeting_ t
No.. 120 street. : noon, Feb. (20,; :
; For;.Sale 'or RentFine'large seven been Invited.tO tt aw aA '
For Sale-Ferris strain White Leg roomed house standing on date. I'iri K+
later This e
horn hatching *gg* and day old ehlx. ter block. One of the prettiest. peesIntowaaYApply due to fig and, : l'1 c idxfrni
A.. E. Thomas Tel. 216-8 rims Valley Gatette. tf t'
The Golf Club interior has beenenain.led Chaa. F. Johnson, pressman and THANKS AND r..7 ss twos* !! tid

!'!'- and new Draperies placed printer ion the staff of the KissimmeeVaJley Mr. 'Editor: t, / I J \ ,;I &x4Lrtia'si1z.t
throughout and now presents a Gazette Tuesday mornIng Please allow me { aNM d +GJi
very Up-to-date appearance and is was taken suddenly ill with a sue to thank my {
filled to its capacity with guests. complaint having' the--ear mark of their loyal support", ---...

10... Miss Anne Carson has as herguest the his influenza and .ha*' been confinedto as mayor of ,this --Let-Your"r' t''''

Miss ChaflTee of RutledgeVermont went to apartment visit her mother. His at wife Tltusville who kindly nation tender at the of e 'iromRrorldf"iafret; : : :: a? r
with whom she was associated ,. :
is just recovering from an attack of While I shall '
In the Y. M C. A. service the disease.Furnished. ; *? ,
for the
abroad during the war. prosperity .

Owing to the prevalence of measles cottage on Dixie Highway the community I the f Staff of 1 Dr. Wra. M;: ScholL ,. ''
the school children and very comfortable and pretty vate business rfqu who Is one of j f. p
among for and attention. foot authority able .
some one. and recognized
of "flu" around town
several cases Nelson
the\ 'city authorities have closed the Realty Company.The regard for those what the real cause of your foot trouble'' is.. _.

schools churches and picture shows Gazette is in receipt of an Invitation to pectfully stand for decline- to feet as a dentist does teeth or as ;an. architect ,
until the situation Improve.. from Rollins College to attend : -
the Founder's Week celebration -
Captain and Mrs. Grant of New :1'R "
Feb 18-22. It will be featured byundergraduate
York at the Log '
City are guests '.
House for the remainder of the day athletic day JOHN S. CADEL I, a '
winter season. Captain Grant is founder' day alumni day and Wash HEAD OF THE :
birthday Dinners
British Control Officer having in and banquet Dr.Scholl .r
charge passports for traveler to his .* will also be given throughout TRADE ,, '"
I' exercises Sixteen'committees fro ' .
country. have charge,of ,the, various arrangements. marks(Continued to & orl&meiJ l jR'ot7kr 6lo . .
For Sale or Rent-Fine large seven .
roomed house standing on throughout
quarter Leon W. Marshall's minstrels and signs at various hW serious foot trouble
block. One of prettiest place how simple or your .
high class concert
.. in town. Apply Valley Gazette. tf: performers arrived tell people where how to '
Y in their special train Tuesday fast cated and how ) you (and show you) gainImmediate

The announcement of J. W. and were prevented from performing from it. Orlando, t

Thompson for city councilman appears because of an embargo being placed places had adopted I Relief., _. ".,
In this issue o fthe Gazette, upon theatricals at this time. How- could not see a sign '
Mr. Thompson is a fbrmer member 'ever. they consumed the time here with Kissimmee correction of the dlffic ltYi Remember the;
of council; i* a progressive and pop- by "boiling out" their clothes along up these signs ho sure to come in. EverybodYwelcome.
ular citizen and his numerous friends the railroad track and later dried progressiveness.. ", '
will be glad to give him their sup them out on a line and departed in of Kissimmee ED ;,1
,- port.The > the ,direction of St. Cloud. give the people ,. :S. GILBERT;
Florida Christian Advoate 40 acre farm with 3 acres bearing something that''' is '
says: "Our conference missionary, grove 20 acres cultivated, balance want .established, : l' I
Rev C." H. Summers, writing from pasture small house, good barn only lawn tennis. courts: l'm .Yui'Feet"
his>headquarters in Kissimmee says $2,500. Easy terms. Nelson Realty ments that would ,
he has been confined to his room for Company + here, not have ,...-..-
the past sixteen 'days but i i. now 1 The electric light posts along the through going 1 1L0R
well to resume his work. parkway on Broadway have all been Tourists, he said \

'For Sale or ,Rea't-7In. large seven painted white and the city Is now just spending :
roomed house lIfIuar- awaiting globes and, brackets in or- "WEEtf: a
ter block.,One of the pretest _>laces der to have this thoroughfare brilliantly St r
" in town. Apply, Valley Gazette. tf lighted at night. Clerk Gilbert . .. . .. '
It, yesterday stated that they were y'
.hipped. January '27 hot ;' have _t .. ,FRIDAY,.. BR.UARt""ZOtk.: :i t

t A Few 'Eye"Ifs"!: lading arrived.for He them has and received Wednesday a>,bill sent of To If the you.Voters, elect me of \ ; ; r iit..a: ttraif .:witIa ,,,,;'tWap[t.. ,*al at :

out tracers to locate 'the misting. to'' df my very -- r
f.A . shipments., Game and fish '!..A'.. .. ""' .
Several Florida ladies, member of Some, of the best : "TO ..THE: 'YERY: 'BONE; "' : !

. the Daughters of the American Revolution best friends, and I ...' .
'I' yesterday made a,short visitto to them, about how .....'** duplaylag .sr'g..ds'N'yis} Very . ".
If -an hour, reading Kissimmee to see Mrs. J. M.' Will- being, depleted 'in : oat faidaI: ta. ear .guilty and b bond t* fauplr y!r'. {. :.
make ya, ache. son, en route from the state convention The answer i* '
your "
If printed matter 'occasionally At Eustls,' to 'Tampa, motoring. "If the rest ; bouses b "SIr dI1' Cask. Oar:,tales.. are' JtA: t. ".{. '.
gets "misty.'If there* to ''be ,present 'at the South of A season,' I'' ; .."et; .b.swed, t to!,th* beet advantara. .far9mt- &: "
you are obliged ,to stop Florida ,Fair and Carnival.* In the me quitting and ., .. . '1 1'r",
Mrs. A. B., Gilkes of bunt. Or . '
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.work periodically to''' rest party were me quit "" 7 ." ;i '
>, eyes for a few min Jacksonville, who has just retired as others doing>a i 1,
your "
ute. If yon find it state presidents; Mrs. Melvin E.''Car- We have a Gun ,GOOD-FOIJ: ONE WEEK tti
easier to :read nearer ,or ruth of Tampa who;wa* state presi- and'one in .; : .

1>further/ than'%,the dent of, the D.' A. R.,.before Mr*. suggested, ,ty some :; ..' ,.......,......07 No. 4''1 Snowdrift:-: ....- Jo
"normal twelve or four Gilkes/and Mrs. Robinson, of Tampa>> that eaej member .-...:...............i .J5 No.8' Snowdrift --t-..,x5d
teen* .inches. then. .some. who was ;.driving1 the car. After shoot any, game : I 1 'Com_ .._ ...... 15 Pure'..Leaf; )I-LarcU'Ib -..';.'..
,. thing is wrong. luncheon. and a, pleasant ;chat and to, co-operate. with I' .. ean..15: B Ibs, white''I,Oem Mea ,._';. .25
T; It you cannot recognisepeople being: presented'with, oranges and game' warden in I I '1>>.........,,.1. 6, Ibsjt Hndntata Grita..J _,.w:26;
across the street grapefruit by their hostess' the )a- that;violates the ...,... _....... .IS 1''.lb. Cracker;.Boy Coffee.... . a
If you Have ,to,make< an dies proceeded to Tampa. er I am elected I Ibe' !: ,,_...;..:.'-.*. .13 8 lb*?Cracker, Boy. C01r..I.a.,
A- effort to see elarly- the club will do ,"Oats..;._::;..;:..r...u No.,.1 ,Hamburger Stealt.-.a. '
knitting the browns, for AUCTION SALE TOMORROW a great .. *, O.ta.1.z5. ; No. 1 Cooked ,Brain ,.j____, .2., ", A, ,
example. If; strong light, ---- game, Any one' .-. ..;....._ .10 '10 lb., pure Ground Coffe2' d
,:give you pain In' the Auction Sale of the Roy-Alta Cottage game in' our" ._.........:..., 25 1 lb pure Ground Coffee.... .21'" ,
eye, or it yon require' at 225 Church street will take finish: ,_ \ 1 <-Corn Flakes..25. 24.Ibs. ,Self Rising Flonr.,..1.7S,
more light than hitherto place at 3 p. m. sharp Saturday If it is not given Pan Cake-:.:._ .25 24 lIb.."' Lorabee's best.1.8S,
-yeur', eye need atten February 21, rain or shine. deer and turkey Pumpkin..... .25 12 Iba,(Pillsbury'sibest..n-\
tion. The cottage contain 12 rooms and extinct in the' next, D', Carne-_..... 25 24 lbs Piflsbury'a,. best.;_>,.1.99,
If you have any of these all modern conveniences and\ the lot I am a hunter kind..:.._ J3 Granulated ,Sugar, ..._.,__..<.,1.
difficulties call and let is 75 feet front by. 150. feet,in .depth ed in Osceola .___._"" .25 15 .oz. O.'',B.,(Pure Fruit: \* ,-' ,
., a* find out,. 'definitely) to an alley. years. Good. roads *._,' _...'......- ..%5 .Preserve .I. ; ,:Jts ,
" just what your trouble This property is going to be sold terns, dogs and, *._-_..-':_., .25 15" os. Sunbeam.Jam..cO UOTakomaBiscuits

.. -. to the highest .bidder without limit ..'.i.....,.....JO -...__.._,..4>7
or reserve. 'Pulp _.-.21 100 Ibs.' pure Wheat Shorta.25
"W L Sanderson to; Terms;will*_ be y mad4, known ,at Baking Powddrr: i25 100 Ibs.pure Grain Hen Feed,4.15
; time of sale. 100 ,lbagl .Hen Scratch..S.; %
'. : ; .' Salmon .J9
l. .. ,This Is in .the best location in the . :. "Dan ,.Patch. Sweet Feed......a.eo '
', ; city and opposite the Baptist church. I -...:" J2i. No. 1% tlllue Kard_:..__._.. rt17
:" ,'+' ;Optosaetrbts,; ft Mannfaetariaf -.' There will also be sold at the artn ; .'!,.. .,: ._.144 OUR. ,FAVORITE: .COFFEE.15 J'. r
f time china,, closet and contents One
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Japanese .''YUe.DcI..ral: other articles 'c
'', 'ZI..;.Braadway. ',Kbsbm. * .,., r'l L > ; v '* e Lx 4J 's I' \: I : : ; NOT: MEET;COMPETmOM=; :WE. .MAJU IT ATt. :
'"FJL'. "H, Victor 1M.Hnmbrechti. will 'be.,the fl( : : __ ', -" __, ..J.' ', . 4V
afdloneer.Dotic0'.forget.t4, '. I '
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'. a ... '..... Health Gives Out .

'" To abort a coldt

) 1' Joints On Health '

.w :: and prevent;com->" t. rld's Tire ,
Health ,hints just Issued by the The': o Largest Factory ji
;Y; plications take : State Board of Health declare that
preventable ignorance is the cause of,

4 the much-"flu"preventable'comes the disease fly. and after Building 3032 and 31x4-inch TireS ': :
The question is asked, how much i > :
\ does preventabl' disease' cost a community -
f ,each year. Figure it out and '
t eliminate the cost, is the advice. .,
The State Board of Health announces .
that typhoid fever is still ,
I -a o sti present In Florida: and asks all who 'i
II. have been vaccinated. l Owners of small cars can enjoy the same . ,

i ik Morbidity increase in reports malaria for 1919 over showan 1918. high relative value in Goodyear Tires that ,;,

n Everyone 'should do his or her partto satisfaction of big
nai to owners
k eliminate the Anopheles mosquito. o gives utmost ., ,
f A screened house Is cheaper thanan '
wnk 'f.
costly motor carriages.
empty: cradle, is: the assertion of I 0 ;.
y The purified And refined the state medieal authorities. '

',; ; calomel tablet that are Knowldege of how to prevent dieease csOK 31-icy:: cm take advantage of that tremendous .
is available, is the statement. 1 '
,naus ales*, safe and sure. When patent medicine advertisements amcuntofcquiplnentskillandcareemplbyed i;

Medicinal. virtues retain. figUre out are who read pays one for should it. stop And and the by Goodyear to build tires of extraordinary .. i;

:ed and Sold cost of disease is. still going up. '( ,
only in :improved. .* worth in the 30x3., 30x3'/2-' and 31x4- : "

:Price 35c.: SALES JUMP inch ,sizes. ti

OVER 500| '9'': : 1:1: They can secure these tires without waiting, ,

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despite the enormous demand, because,

G Dr.. Williams 101 Tonic Greatly In in addition to its larger sizes,Goodyear builds \
Demand For "Flu" Treatment. 1
J an average of 20,000 a day in the world's : !
While the Influenza plague was
rag-ing'-in October 1918-the sales of largest tire factory devoted to the three T .
HH Dr. Williams 101 Tonic jumped over ,
&00%. There can be only one reason sizes mentioned.
for such a tremendous increase; and i I, {
I that I II that Dr. Wlliams 101 Tonic is t !
a correct treatment for "Flu," La- If you own a Ford,Chevrolet,Dort,Maxwell,
Grippe Chill and Cold cases, a* well
a* Malaria and other fever Qui or any other car using one. of these sizes, go 'r.;

nine, the enemy of disease germs, is the nearest Goodyear Service Station '
one ()f the ingredients of this effl-
dent medicine. Magnesia i* another t
Dealer for Goodyear Tires and Goodyear ,
Important: chemical contained in the
"Wo Got Him!" tonic. It cleanses the liver ond bowels Heavy Tourist Tubes. j \
of accumulated poisons. Iron,the
Tip tw. ese.Yrtie- Caray rich blood producer, i* the third. It
.emstw... f. eteeay >nlHaup strength, stamina and vitally i
t :.... .. 1.. ,
...,...... ; ImJtrength will I win against
., ... any dla..*.. -- v !-!__ 26c and 60e bottles at your drug t
.... ..
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,+ .-.. ator+.. Refine, an attempt to palm

/, .. ........... off substitute*. There is only on.DI' .
1 ..s...- .- WillieW 101 Tonic. <;
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; gt_A--r ... _._ *..... UNITED'STATES ARMY DETAIL ,


First Lieutenant W. A. Hedden, 30B3V&Goodyear Double- ure $ Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are thick, strong tubes that
60th United State Infantry, U. S. Fabric All.Weather Tread-_ ZO- reinforce casing properly.! Why ride a good casing with a
A. stationed at Camp Gordon Ga., cheap rube Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tuba cot little more
but detailed at headquarters than tubes of-less merit. 3Ox3Vi size in iaatfr-
at Jacksonville recruiting, Is in Kissimmee- 30x3V& Goodyear Tread SingleCureFabricTAntiSIOd _ $1765 wag... :. .. ... .. .. .. $322.Ii
;rELIEF with five enlisted men of the army.
Lieut. Hedden brought with him
FROM LUMBAGO bronze victory buttons for discharged -
soldiers of the world war and also
( silver buttons for every man who

Sloan's{ Liniment has the was Lieut.wounded.Hedden conferred with C.

", punch that relieve t.. McLean, post commander of Wil-
rheumatic liam T. Makinson Post No. 10 Am-
twinges'! erican Legion, to notify veterans of
the late war of the visit here of the
This warmth-giving; congestion officer. .*
scattering circulation-ttimuUtmK{ remedy The enlisted men are stationed at -.
ftnttratt* without. rubbing right! to the post office,,in command of Lieut. _
+ the aching spot and t brings.quick relief Hedden,*where local veterans could I L
surely, cleanly. A wonderful
confer in _regard to matters,
.army .. .
external pains, sprains, strains, stiff- L
: area, headaches, lumbago bruises. Including insurance, travel pay and I .
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Get bottle other points not clear to them. Also I ---- ------ --
your today-eo.t. little for the benefit of those who desireto
mean much. Ask your druggist for enlist in the I A KISSIMMEEINTERVIEW J 'f,.
it b1 .. ...e. Keep it for the army.
wbole family. The big bottle Is econ- ;. -
Bilious Attacks.
omy, 35c:, TOc; $1.40. .. -=--
Persons subject to periodic. bilious 11 1r
attacks will observe that their apptit. -- Mrs. Slaver Tells Her Experience. ct
fails them just before an attack.
The following brief account of an
That is, they do not really crave, food interview with a Kissimmee woman
but eat because it is meal time. If
five and its will
years ago
will eat meal and
they only a light< no
\ j be read with keen interest by every
meat, then take two of Chamberlains I citizen.

av .w r.' avoided Tablets the attack may be Mrs. H. G. Siever, 411 Clay 'St'l
I Kissimmee, says: "My kidneys had
been bothering' "me. for several 1
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. months and I kept having such c

t'a FOR 'SALE; announce My. and the Mrs.engagement Charles A.' Carson and approachlnc dreadful was acted able backaches to irregularly be up it at was all.and a My wonderI black kidneys t I a iii ;'." :,,:

of their t
marriage daugh :11t.
: ter 1 pots floated before my eyes, most
'a I of I
r the time. A sample of Doan: '
Inez Alstonto ,
Kidney Pills was given me and I S..; 'l}
i began using them. In a abort timeI '
> t.
.. Mr., Robert Moore Angas,
got fine results and was soon over )"

.: .. y REAL' ESTATE formerly Sound, the of marriage Jacksonville to take and placein Hobe my splendid trouble.kidney I think remedy.-Dean's" are a II .1 '!1 n II n r r

April. On March 26, 1918, Mrs. Siever 6 .
\ For the Chfl renl aid: "I gladly confirm all I said .
I praising Doan'a Kidney Pills in 1014. .
; Homes Groves \ : Farms
r Too much care Cannot be exercisedin They always give me fine relief from ;1
selecting. cough medicine for attack of backache and I say a )'- 11
e' r aedCIIy Lots children. It. should be flea..n' to good word for them at-every oppor: ,
y.... l take; contain no harmf and tunity." .' .
d'' =' most effectual in curing their coughs Price 60c., at all dealer Don't '
( chief consideration in the creation of
f' .' and cold. Long experience has Imply ask for a kidney remedy-get THE o'
SPECIAL shown that Chafnl>erlaln'l Cough Doan'a Kidney Pills-the Mine that cozy artistic home'' to the way you paint i
: Remedy meet these conditions. It
40 Aer --20 'e: bearing grove Mrs. Siever had.FosterMilburn .
,' 7-room bouse;jdeep ,well for $21- i* a favorite with most mothers. Co, Mfgr. affolo.N: T. and decorate' < ,
000., Half cash, balance term to .
nit.,, LOCAL REALTY TRANSFER.A I 'it has been proven that million* Let your home reflect your own taste by the '
of dozen of eggs amounting to vast Ask For These Fwhatever'yo.1" -
transfer of KI..lmm.propert7 I of choice of correct and harmonious color effects. But : ,
sums money are lost each year by
has been recorded in the office of the carelessness of the producer in needs, be sure to specify Paints that Paint Books ,
STOUT the clerk of the circuit court of Oa- allowing the male to run in the flock have their ''worth because paint .to c'
M. i. ceola county, by which W. J. Flingof after the hatching: season. Remem- proven you *Hesse* aad Bow te Paint Them"V" '#JI
: Pennsylvania, baa deeded to Eliza- ber that an Infertile egg la hard to protect as well as to beautify. "***"*many beaatif UltMtraBoae i v ': ,
beth Lee of Kissimmee for $226, lot ef l attreetiTely painted home*, akewe '
"b" of block "E"of Clarkson's sut-) floor plans. 8I......apacificatkme and
division of lot I, block "E," of Mathew / ..0.bow to select the right ...Ion.TIle ..,
'* addition to the city of KissimPrieumonia .
r, ahs meet: poll.WANTED CAi Modem Method Deeoratiot-i... .
ECZEMA! ''r PAINTS This beautifully illustrated book :,
gives the lateat and best idaas on '.
.. the decoration of interior wall and '. ,
HONHT BACK often follow a eeilinga. It akows a number of

Y', ,:_ka.ra.df.s1......._Hu.w'.car.ela.-.. Neglected Cold roome
T..t.-...b ar:'....._....:_......ate.r.. SCRAP IRON Have stood the test of time for more than fifty years giving harmonioiia exact epocifieationa color affoote for with ok.taininc :,

i, p y' ,/ .saw.ths...,......._-_-t. f.Ye.-.-.. KILL THE COLDI / METALSRUBBER . , and will give, you longest service at lowest eoet.P.eC.i1A1KOATT.. .
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!c_. ..,..or. Try Mor H.._ ..... BONES No matter the eurf ace-there to a PM c. Pot** Wood-U"Tbe Meeer Method el PbUJag,.
f o' )# TODAY. Prta..7M.* CASCARAPMUININ Every Pm-pe, a number of tubas you can .sally sad yonr yoa borne intend, tUe to UlvsCrated build errefiniah '\
'CENTRAL.DEUG8T08E. economically .... younelf. booklet will be of gnat help to you,
,..... Write Ui f er, Price List. It eonteine 20 sobs plates
'BOOST SUGAR CANE.; ; wood penela,. ,and jiTe* practical
adrioe bow to take cafe oleeteaa ,ow"
v ''A stock iepnipany U beln ;+ffannedin st a4.r4 sell easaly ref r0 re s Osceola.,Hardware ( *.woodwork.T: \ '

t.g-I' Tu: lor,ceimfy.for, M 'syrop_the.parpoae BWBirfMtoriBtT of -Ea. t.blse..+Maks r.-.M.ey a w.p4 t1t PENINSULARMET, \ . .o. ........ (" :...". .. ;.\;'
tatting m
M, lantTTbi i boosting the acreage i )1 .' r ..wnns.m .... ..r..
COMPANY ,) \ -........ '. "'" ,
Jto. In that county aDd- 'i \t: .... ,;
,.( '.urT01iDdIDC mgr cane, section. .'IlplAnt',tafilanned'eo Y .ia, a Y ar' JAc880NYILLE' ,t'' ---. :. .'Jo- ; . -- '
; PLArM1 ',.
that it .be conrerted '
,<. may. At AN Ow bra ..... .L b ., .,... '
.. 'reflaery .
IO- ."... -.n.r. ; ,-.....s i'tf_ -t .to .. ... p w .Mt t Rr {r"- r- It'i
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..;;..; day March ajTrt*. for the nomination I member.. a Cashes .*., 'such other - .-
of eaadtdatei for Jetty elective offleee officers an4 employee a. the corporation
to' be. voted for sxt Che central election may authorise. Tk.' Board of .. 81
blizzard? to be held In said city of Klsslmmee Directors may appoint subordinate ,
ttA- on Saturday March 27. llto.VMliaeeMeeui officer.and employ***, .iwlth such '
ef IDI....... powers. duties and. term ef Office a*
their may prescribe, .... mat be pro- Your Table DrsinkT
I We should'worry"Chesttrfield Those, and only those persons, shall ,V1dd' by.the by-law not, Inconsistent I
lie,permitted to vole at 'or participateIn with the banking laws.Klsslnunee. ,
the management of said primary .. Fla, IT, 1010. d 1,l lshotffd
Jiaii. .
elec0ono are white electors who O DOE,
d d.clar. their adherence to theprlnclple 7- 't. cshlr.NOTICE . .bringyou-c: nfort
1 and organisation of the "white man's" ;
+ ','er bloiy.:. ,Anexciting. part In the city of Klsslmmee.l who ] 'TOCKKDITOn*. as well flavor. )
E3T the laws of the city of Kissim- :ppetizing .
a good .fire, thCwsQfisfj < mee lawful electors, who have on or I. the c..... '.the Ce ..?' .)..... r 1.
1 : ; ;; before February i, 1.10, paid their Oaeeela V....,.; stets ., .
smoke, and you're, fixed poll taxes for the years 1111 and Ills, re _e. at? Caere's H. 11_"._ : ,Let us Si s't'F
who' have registered up to and Including '--' .
,for the ".evening. And,, mind March 5, 110, and who pledge. To alt CredUors. Legatees"" Dlstrlb- : C' '
the blend can't themselves to abide .by the results of utees and all r.rao/t. having, Claimsor '
you, "satisfy" said primary election and vote for the i Demand against said' Estate: I 4

,V be copieds that a why. ,only election.nominees. .thereof at the ensuing. city .I notified You and and each required of you to, present are hereby any IN3TANTIPOSTUM 4 -:

Clrcatrr6cldi; AI1.".. .** 9 Those, and only those persona shall either of you may have against the '
be permitted to become candidates for estate of George H. NeWhouee. de
; a' offices to be voted for In said primary f _a...., late ,of Oeoeola County Florida
4 elections, who pledge themsslves tn to the undersigned Xdmlnlstra a. :
writing to abide by the result of said trlE of, said estate, within one y..rfronl V
primary elections and support the I the date hereof.
norfilneps thereof who are qualified Dated January I th. A. T> 1ISO. tl
1 1t Under the laws of the State of Florida CORDELIA J. S4EWHOUSE: 1
and city of Klsslmmee to hold .office. Administratrix with Will Annexed. )M 'If}rou'tiave used this pleasing ,
-I4st ef Ofaees te he nil... .
Each elector In the city of ,Klsslm table !
know its
mee qualified to vote In said primaryelection Retire of Mr Oears'lan forSale beverage, you .
shall have the right to voteIn of Leads *f MlMra. wholesome charm '.
said primary for '
One candidate for Notice Is hereby. "given" that on
clerk and tax March 1st 1810, at 10 o'clock a m., .
One candidate for '
collector.One . the underpinned"" as guardian of Much I' '&t If you have never tried''' :
candidate' for treasurer. Raymond Partin, Nancy Edith Partln, '
Two candidates for members of Klsle May Partln. Maude T. Partln, Instant Postum, you. ;-

City Five. Council; members for two of executive years each.committee John Partin Henry minors Partin, will and apply James; to the Robert Honorable " have. ,;:dtore.::

for one year.Time T. Jl. Murphy, County Judge
of Oaceola County, Florida, jit his of.
far Qaallfylag.Each floe In Klsslmmee In said County for All Grocers sell Ppstum'There's +
desiring" to have his sei \
person "; an order authorizing I her to at
KISSIMMEE COUNTRY CLUB name printed on the primary election private sale that lot or parcel of land .
L.\ CONDUCTOR SAYS ballot as a candidate for any city office .Ituate In the said County of Osce- Reason '
FORMALLY OPENED SATURDAY shall file with the chairman of thiscommittee ola, and State'of Florida, and all the &
t on or before February
rl< The Kissimmee Country Club was SSrd. 1 ItgO Ills notice of candidacy and therein, the said land being' more ,

r! DRECO HAS DONETHEWQRKFORME formally opened for the season Sat- ed application upon a blank havehis to be name furnished so follows particularly, to-wit known: and described. as / -

urday and. was visited by a large the chairman of this committee, andaccompanied Northeast quarter (NE( ) of Northeast - - -
their by the amount of his assessment of Section. Thlr-
number of club memberr and quarter (NE\4)
below and
as specified no
ty-two guests. name of any such candidate shall be ( the
( > Range Thirty (10). and
All afternoon golf enthusiasts printed upon or counted or returnedif Northwest quartet (NWVt) 4f Northwest C. A. CARSON. President. N. C. BRYAN. Secretary.
made the rounds of the course notwithstanding printed upon any such ballot, unleasthis quarter (NWU of Section Thir ,
MAN NOW HAS MORE provision shall have been compiled ty-three (II). Township TwentyliveIS
TAMPA the cool weather, and
with. ( ) South of Range Thirty (SO) Raat.
ENERGY, VIM AND VIGOR. RELIEVED many interesting matches were made. Fora ef Ballet. IDA F. MCL.AMB. THE WATERS &. CARSON GROCERY CO.
The votingIn said primary elections
OF STOMACH TROUBLE Clock golf had its usual coterie shall be by first and second choice 7-et, Quardlan.NOTICB '
admirers and groups of players alternated ballot In compliance with the provisions 1
' AND SLUGGISH LIVER. in making the round of its of the state primary laws and ,,OF_PUBLICATION. Who esale aad'Retail Dealer9GROER1ES i ,

----- circle. the names of the candidates for each of the Interior U. 8. Land
PfOc shall be_printed on.. th.. ballot; .Department '
- .
When one--complains '-cf Indigestion --The-"spacious rooms -ofthe clubhouse in alphabetical order. -Officeat Oalnesvlller Fla. -Ja h14.. .

dyspepsia, gas on the stomach, bright with sunshine and with Caavae ef R....... NOTICE 120 Is hereby given I I that Edward .
bad breath, bad taste' in the mouth, blazing fires in the grates were unusually The committee shall meet at t A. Bowen, of Loughman Pie.. :
bloating, palpitation of the heart or attractive. under the direc- o'clock p. m on the &th day of March. who, en January 16, 1919. made homestead -
who have yellow blotched and pimp. HJO, In the City Council chamber of Entry 104, for WH of
tion of Mrs. Meiklejon, pretty oNJ
the city of Kleslmmee. and publiclycanvass 8W% sea 2b A of 8B Section
ly skins; .who are afflicted with diz- touches of color are* being added in the returns in accordancewith ST. Township 14 8, Range l't E. Tallahassee -
niness, spots before the eyes, de- draperies and coverings which catch the primary .election law of Florida Meridian, has filed notice of '
A pressed in spirits, dull timid, or who and hold the sunshine and banish all been, and nominated declare what for each candidates office voted have. Intention to make Commutation Proof, . . 0 . . . 0.. . . . . .' . .. .'.
above .
to establish claim to the land '
complain. of headaches, pains in the gloom. for and the chairman and secretaryof described, before Clerk Circuit Court, .' .. f 1' ,

beck)( or limbs; who are nervous or Afternoon Tea. this committee, within two ' at Klsslmmee, Florida; on the 6th WE SELL WE Bin .
Irritable rely on It that they shall certify the names. of day of March. 1910. \ \
can An unusually large number of these candidates receiving the nomi- Claimant names as witnesses: i. .
will get immediate relief in the use to the club for afternoon nation for any.of flee to the city authorities '.
parties motored i R, A. Patton of I.ou< of the new herbal remedy Dreco, tea which was ordered froma of Klsslmmee as the nominees R W. Arme.. of UKhman, Fla. ;
which Is being: 110 highly praised by Even the I of this party for the offices to W. W. Allman. of Louithman FlaT. ", r 1 1 p.
well arranged menu. be voted for at the "general" election. A. Four, of oughman, Fla.
prominent persons in this state. spacious veranda was invaded, and to be held March ST. 1910. ? ROBT. W. DAVIS 0 GRAIN FURS .

"For years I have had a sluggish tea was served there to those who' ssessasem-ta.. T.It. Register. ., fMe
liver; spots danced before my eyes; the lake breeze. For the purpose of defraying"" the i' I .
headaches preferred expenses of the primary election Including 1m Clmlt Cevr*. Slate .( Florida. FERTILIZERS -- .
I had dicey spells and ; : N
Victrola music and the long floor the payment of Inspectors and .>......*..k Judicial rlmlt. Oseeeia : WOOL,11: ; : .
was constipated and had pains in my spaces lured the younger set to informal rlerks, printing"" of ballots, eta, the V Ceentr. I. Chanery.Ama.lah .
back just over my kidneys. I have dancing.rMr. following assessments are leviedaaalnst SHINGLES " ': ",.1 J 'Jt''
taken several bottles of Dreco. and f prospective candidates for the Jassis Tkarfcer Coaiplalaaat AND .'. .! "<, .
relievedof Harry Hunter that prince of various offices/ to be filled: vs. Mary Tkfcrfcer. Def....... ) ,"; J Ji .
In addition to being entirely good fellows while insisting that he Mayor, five dollars ORANGE BOXES i I ij, .
the mentioned troubles I have Clerk and Tax Collector, five dol- .
1 was in no sense host of the event, It appearing by affidavit appendedto "
trained in weight and feel better was solicitous of one's comfort larsTreasurer the bill filed In the abovestatedcause 0 0 ALL v,, ,* r .
every five dollarsMembers .
that Mary Thurber the defend .
than in years. My nerves are steady -I and his geniality added much to the City Council, three dollars ant therein named I.I a non-reldent ORANGE WRAPS'VEGETABLE 0 R

; I sleep well and never have that success of the affair. ............ of the state of Florida and I* a resident '
tired sluggish feeling. Dreco did Source of Pride. The following Inspectors and Clarkare of Ashboro North Carolina, and CRATES 0 COUNTRY
the work for me," says Mr. B. B. hereby designated"" to conduct the that she Is over the age of twentyone I.
I For the present Mrs. Meiklejonwill 0 ' t
said primary election: years; It Is therefore ordered. that \
r v Fisher, the popular conductor who devote each Saturday afternoon Inspectors: John McPhatter Carson the said non-resident. defendant be and '
lives at 805 Washington Street, to this service for the club and the Fsrmer Tom N. Clark. she I III hereby required to appear. to CRATE NAILS I./ 0 0 PRODUCE, .

Tampa, Fla. I members be able to obtain refreshments Clerk: A, K Thomns the bill of complaint _filed In..ald t \\ .
may 8-St. QEO W PERSONS. Chairman cause on or before Monday, the let
''Dreco is made from the juices of for their guests./ It is day of March A. D. 1920. otherwisethe . . . . . . . 4 0 . 0 . 0 . . ....
many herbal plants which act on the probable that other ladies will assume NOTICH OF AriM.irATION FOR Tax allegations of said bill will betaken

vital organs in a most pleading man- the responsibility for other afternoons PKBI1.: as confessed by said defendant. _
It Is further ordered that this order
ner and restores. their fuU healthy as well. Notice Is hereby "("given That O W. be published once a week for four We tell Field and Garden Seed of all J kind*. . 'Y
action; The Kissimmee Country Club Mann and J. J. Whldden consecutive weeks In the KbaimmeeValley
purchasersof We give special attention and
to fitting camping
out hunting partie
All progressive druggists now sell house is considered one of the most Tax Certificate. No.. 77. 78, 79. 56. Gazette a newspaper published -
Dreco and it is highly recommendedin attractive throughout the state In 87, 88, 89. 90 and 51. dated the 6th In said County and State. Free delivery in city limits. 'Phone No. 12. A+
This the :ISM day of January. 1(10.
Kissimmee by the Central DrugStore cities of this size, and is a source of certificates day of July In, 1916., and has has filed made said (CIRCUIT COURT SEAr,) We are county agent for good fertilizer Ask ut. for circular, and r'

I I pride to the local people Extensive application for tall; deed to Issue In J. L.Clerk OVERSTREET Circuit Court. prigs on fertilizer .
I have been nade the accordance with law. Bald certificatesembraces 1Fertilize '
repairs on GEORGE W. FOX i -- _. .
BIRTHDAY PARTY IS GIVEN FOR the following"" described !- '- -- -
and it is to Solicitor for ComplaInant.It..
building expected soon property, situated in Osceola County, _
LITTLE TOTS. domicile ''distinguished guests/ Florida, to-wlt: .
.tV' .
,1 hI 'I1i ;, ",
NOTICE TO rnnsniTORg. 't" ,. I' :
All of Sections SO and SI hi Township 11'; I ,
1 , -V JLIttU Miss Elizabeth;; Cotterman SI South, Range"" SI East. .... -. 4 .*': >' '
FARM AND LIVESTOCK RECORD All East of River In R..otlon'. C. ef the r. aty J da "II. celebrated sixth birthday Satur- Groves ,
her Si ..4r> State .f '; ,'
Township South. Range S2 EastAll ;
day with a party at the home of her MAN. KISSIMMEE .VISITOR HERE fractional Section 1; all Sections re Estate ofCeJIeai .. Pap '

mother Mrs A. Cotterman, on Mab- 1 and I: all fractional Section 4 .In To all C edltor.-;: Legatees DI.trlbu- .
bette street. .J. C. Sellers, renresenting the Township SO South. Range SI East. and
tees Claims
i all Persons having"" NOW
All East of River In Sections StandS !
.. Six little girls, Mattie Belle Tyner, Farm and Livestock Record of Jack- Town.hlp SI South, Range SI or Demand. against said Estate:
T Mamie Watson Rosalie Hilton. Alta sonville, was a visitor in Kissimmee East The said land being"" assessedat Yeti, and each of you, are hereby
for several this week. Sellers the date of Issuance of said certificates notified and required to present any
Ruth Overstreet and Lucile Johnson, days Mr.
claim. and demands which or
In the name of Lla-htaey. Parsons you Ovet thirty in growing citrus fruits ha proved the i(
.and Elzabeth, spent the afternoon is preparing an article on Os- Cattle Company. Unless said either of : .' : have against theestate year

hours in games on the lawn or in the ceola county and conferred with certificates shall be redeemed according late I of of Osoeola Cullen County.F. Page Florida, deceased, to the, value of a liberal supply of available' plant food in the spring.
of the in to law. tax deed will Issue thereon
house as their fancy dictated. some leading agriculturists undersigned Executor of said estate
Mrs. Cotterman served ice cream this and other sections of the county 19SO.on the 14th day of March! A. D. within one year from the date hereof.' FERTILIZE' NOW FOR GREATEST: PROFITS. *',-

../ and cake to the little folks, conspicuous and also secured information from J. I* OVKRSTREET. Dated January 14th. A., D. 110.HENRT .

among the V refreshments being various c/attle/ raisers.( Clerk Circuit Court Oaceola County. II.IL W, STARK.Executor. For general condition. UM i '(
Florida., ,,
Seller also met member 01the '
the birthday cake,, gay with its tra- Mr. (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) ,
V ditional candle board of trade and its new offi- t-tt. By S. IL BULLOCK. D. C.IW TREASURY DKPARTMBMT.i \
Miss Elizabeth received a number cials and discussed matters of a cooperative .> !5A FloHdeal' Special' ,

\ of pretty 'gifts from her friends.! : nature and was assuredthat CIRCUIT THE SICVKNTBRIXTH Of THE STATE JUDICIAL Of State ef ..1.rI... Of aeo ef CesivtreUer. ,
e '
I as soon as the local body was FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURTIN TallakaWhereas .. Am. 5%;, Av: Pho, Acid 8%. Pot. 2%. tT'"I: ,' .'"': I
well organized for the ensuing year AND FOR OCROLwAOOUNAY. :
Heat Flashes matters of mutual interest will be IN EQUITY presented ,to by the satisfactory undersigned evidence It has Special recommendation' gladly given.Write ,'! : ;

agreed upon. Drw Phlllla Phillips ... J. ... Caaeel.Freak been 'made to appear that a banking ", .
i Th Farm and Livestock Record is _. ... association under the name of Bankof u', today;: ''Ii'\ ,.' ,', ", ;%?., '.
Dizzy Nervous the outgrowth' of the agricultural : .....,.. ..d ollph Stery. Mewife Osoeola County located at KIsSlnunee. . CG ,
section of the Florida Times-Union i B. Drew. M. M. Miller lid all Florida, and "o':11: ;'
the Laws of Florida has
....... er parties ..iE.ewsi elaJmlne' i!
Jt AuEUBts Oa. "When I approached Jacksonville and in the past sev- .. latereet la the T pre.-.,>. t. which with all the provision required to becompiled '

,,*"* saiddle life my health was in verypoocondition. eral year has increased and covered relief. la _.ght herein,, uefeaxdasrta.The of the State with of by Florida the. Banking before an Laws association \ Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.

I had such a wide scope that itrl* published shall be authorised to commence "'!'
beat Independent, of the daily TimesUnion State ef Florida, to all partiesclaiming the business of Ranking. Mamfaetnrer Ideal f.-tiIla-a.: '
an Interst In the to
property r
' spells and. besidesa nervousness. but in- Its plant and under the which relief: Is sought, which property Now. Therefore I, Ernest Amos, Fla.
supervision of the papei.TEA ; Is fully described herein and to all Comptroller' of theState of Florida; J.cboaYiD., *&*$ >. *}: _
catarrhal con parties claimingInterests under the by virtue of the authority vested In
dition. I was following deceased me by Section I of Chapter 41f of
i just as miserable> AT GOLF CLUB. J. B. Story: J. :E. Story.persons Bliss Vis Har-: the Laws of the State of Florida, .. .. .. .. .**.. . . . .J...... .t6........ .0 ..*..
W as one oould be rell, James Harrell Reed Story, Catherine certify that the Bank of Oeoeola
a when I decided Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock Story. Marentha WI.on, Henry County of Klsslmmee In the Countyof

I Dr.would Pierm's give Favorite there wil be a tea daniant at the dsorire Wilson W.Mrs Fnquay. R. Wilson, and E.J.D.M.Malloyor C"rf. Is authorised Osceola, and to,the commence State of the .. .... .. .......*... . ..... ..o.. .... .. ... >. ...4I ..

Golf club with Mrs. ho. of Banking under the name
Meiklejon otherwise In said described' real
Prescription : estate above givenwith a. capital stock of I
a trial. I teas. IT 18 ORDERED that you and you Twenty-five thousand dollars. I, REAL DYEING and CLEANING''OLD
, -..-.'v had doctored and are hereby required to. appear on the Given under my hand and seal of '
obtained no relief office this. Sixteenth day of December ,/ '
Srd day of May 19ZO. being rule ( '
< found most wonderful relief in. the first aganst"" you In the. above entitled and Nineteen ''
bottle of 'Favorite Prescription1. For two court, (SEAL) ERNEST AMOS. Live Agent 'Wanted' +
Tears I took an occasional bottle wheneverI F1NAli The property described In said bill. E-Bt Comptroller State of Florida. -
just felt that my: condition warranted my PIOTICIB BXRCVTRIX and to which relief Is sought Is described NOTICE or REGISTRATION.Notice :DRS'i
taking a tonic and it brought me thru the as follows, to-wlt: ii MONTGOMERY FRENCH : :

chance in a strong and healthy: state. I la the c....* .( Ceanty "..... State tion Government 11. Township lot. 1,18.S and South 4 ef Sec Is hereby given that the .

well remember' that I hadn't hot flash.dissy .f Flerlda. Oaeeela c.a.f7. thirty East Oaceola County, State Range of Registration Books of Osceloa County CLEANING CO. *v : 4
spell or hemorrhage after my third Ice t... IGoot... ., AIrS...... Hess.Dace. FlorIda. will be open at the office of the Supervisor ., :
bottle of 'Favorite Prescription.' and I .. L AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED of Registration, at Kats's i'( '
: would adviaa women who aN taking this that this order be published once a Store on Monday March 1st. to May __ The Largest and Bet'lean1Dg Plant South \ ; ;, '
medicine' to keep on with it until restored NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN to all weak for twelve weeks In Klsslm 1st. from ':'0 A. M. to f P. M.: and *.
'T whom It may concern, that on the mee Valley Qasette. In the various precincts from Monday, Montgomery Alabama .f
health. -MBS. ALICE EU- a newspaper In ,
to perfect tza
11th day of March, A. D. 110, I shall said county of Osceola. March 1st. to and Including April Ith. ,

.B.\.NKSlG61BroadSt. Judge apply to of the said Honorable Court, as T.Judge M. Murphy of Pro-, said Witness Circuit my Court hand this and Slnd the seal day of of not Any now qualified on the elector Registration whose -name Books Is .. ...... . ... . . .. .... ... . ............... ...... 1l

Backache and Nervous bate for my\.1:0hIr'AI\ : 1bl Executrix . JanuarytUSO. may __ l r
: of (CT. CT. SEAL). 111. D. ICATZ t
fO 0 oetOO
Columbus,Oa.j-"For about two yean I Rose, deceased and that at the same JI* OVHRSTRBKT. -4t. Supervisor of Registration. > *
offered and became run-down. I was nervous time I will present ray Anal accounts Clerk of the ahoy. entitled: l fcourt- : '
and would be so weak I couLd not getup .. Executrix: of said estate rand* ask s. E. DURRANCE NOTICE TO CREDITORS' : H. LINDSEY & 'SON ,
for their approval. J
back ached aU the Solicitor for Complainants Orlando
in the morning: my
A. D. 1(10.AONE8 .
tuna and so badly that I oould not stoop at Dated January Htn. ROSE, Florida. -lSt !. C..... *f the Ce;t.y* "FIvrMa..... OeceelaCenwty.

all. I also suffered with pains in my side. T-St. BreoutrlK. IfOTICB. !. r* _.'-!;.e.State Albert Byv D........ < '
1 triad ID88F1..1_ but did not get any:

IIM_. I had gotten to be a physical wreck ALL FOR WHITE PRIMARY BUBO To all Creditor Legatee Distribu k Ortbn lor BatttrSM tie
when I began taking DC. Fiana's Favorite .. Tioyr. Notice be a Is meeting hereby: of given the. Stockholdersof that therewill tees and all Persona having"" Claimsor S .rap Battery R.pskssaJ RK &rEIag. w ,: ,: 1

Prescription two bottles I and was by cured the chi time my" J ailment bad taken and i The city man's executive party" committee net' recently of andformulated thewhite ,the at Banker the offices Oaecola of said Count Bank). Florida In- You Demand and each sgalnst of you said, are Estate' hereby: ,1aceL Gratrsl. ear ....... aU electrical wexk a tpedaby b 4! t

"' ielt like BMW woman. I have not soleinee -' Klsslmmee. Florid, o. February SSth., notified and required which- any d.ttric I
the following call for a etc
claims and demands you. or tIa. f atarten. IadKS, gsaaaten. .
:feral with this tumble. 'Favorite !"white raan'a primary." )I 19SO. at Ten o'clock.. m.. for the purpose of ... .. the was 1. i, ,- j
Pi lption'Yib.bestn.dbta.lotw mw, -The elty,executive eommlttee of the of considering and acting upona estate yon. EyreeyDrought -
.t.lren.-2I8$.. ANNA.. .. resolution to amend Article I of the of Albert eeee.sed -, .
I 'bave srer "white m_ .* part) in 1. elty o( late of Oaceola County. Florida 'I J \
IDDLETON. 8M4 lat Ave. .. Sselmmee hereby call aD rovidefor Charter of amid Bank: so as to makeIt the undersigned Executrix of .-JI

Sold by dNaII(,la fltfie tabIet8:.Ifi '"whiteman'*" primary election said corporation ae follows shall:-"The be business conductedby of said estate within one :year from the Stewart Ave.
I to be held In the city of Klsslm- 16
j poor druggist doe* not keep H. send ftOo.Dr. nee 'In compliance ,with the law. of the following of fleers: A Fr..ldent data hereof.It. .
.bra.tth.. A. D. "'0.
) and Surgical Dated __
Ptsres'sJIaTaUds the State of.Flort4..8&14 primary to or more Vlee-Presldenta. aBoard
Ice N,Y.,for tablets,or lOo: be held,during the hours fixed by law 0:1.Directors to consist of not ,HELEN JC; DROUGHT. .i... .. .. ,.
tdjIB. ; ,. ..'_ m&eoauu.'j .... ............ . . . !!
fvo:, > tot- .JIa,: /lain.of. election*,.oa "'ur+" less. than ave,nor. more. tla&A. thirteen; V 4 .
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"Ad" Topperwein Classified. AdyertisgmentsWANTED.r wni be for this. number"COMPANIONSHIPa

your partner

'w RIGLEYS Gave Exhibition, -

In'Fine,:Scooting VrANTKD-To exchange '' for cityproperty cfc- ;

condllion. -
A J. 25.FWI11wa.splendid. ., 10-It in
"Ad" Topperwein;: ;; 'th world'swing
and shot drew WANTED- To rent five roomed house a4 # Chesterfields, sure as you. hve.
fancy largecrowd'
a convenient to school by March 1st
:::4 t&.. Tuesday afternoon. at the Address P. O. Boa 111. IU.. ee.MISCELLANEOUS. Chesterfields 4e1I where other

ground 'of the Kimlmmee,Gun'' Club FUu -.tpd. km Off They not only
where he gave various kind of exhibitions cigarettes
, with the ,shot gun'rifle and please-they "Sathfyt"Low

,,' .. revolver. Besides the principal and OSCEOLA FERTILIZER CO., good as J
* ; members i of the club there were a mad. .Bee F.. M. Iawson. I-tf. sE)
? mother of the fair of
For sprinkling jsex, some e,
\ i
t whom accepted the invitation to Feb.. March. Men. women. 11-10 M
:r father, the boys. shoot with the rifle and] .proy.-themselves .II... I.. 1110 month. Experience

adept at handling the piece. unnecessary. For free particulars,
J \{ . ., and il rls. It.a Members of the club I also shot at ice writ Examiner R.:Terry).(former 141 Continental Civil Serv

>' '1""' ,' targets with good success and the Bid** Washington; _>. 'C.ltpd..
'j for ail representative of the Winchester

!{ 4 the sweet..' Repeating Arms Company of New Jl'ARMERB-8.nd of today the Florida for a Farmer trip.sample'copy e

" -' aszes-at work or Haven, Crfnn., gave valuable.Information and. Stockman published at Jack .
t, in the method of handlingthe onvllle. Tell about livestock ralsInr. \
several pieces to secure the best dairying poultry, citrus fruit
a play. and trucking weekly, "*t 1.00 per 1
results. He also remedied some* de. year-three years for. fi.OO. Only
; fects in rifles that were brought. to livestock and general farming. paper I ... "
I"., :"; in the state.. 'Write'today.FOR- ... ...

;; .,. him.When it came to hitting targets RENT i' r;

,', and fancy shooting Topperwein was I
: himself usual, DWELLINGS for rent Apply to M J
When in a'class by as being Tiller. 1
you'renervous without a peer in his profession.

Another exhibition was to have FOR RENTFor S to S (subjectto
or tired. been given Wednesday afternoon but sale, solid. body oaf about ,000acres ,
drained land Including ranch I.bulldln. I. ,
the incessant rain which began before .
... Ideal for about thousand
I see hoW It daybreak kept up all day, making head of cattle. Will fence same for
the grounds too wet and suitable tenant. Address Hunter .
soggy .

t. 'refreshes! 4.ra for work. Land. ..Co..17.- _Klsslmraee.__ Fla. lO-St Telephone II Priced GroceriesCut

: Subscribe for the Valley Gaiette. ; FOR SALE {

Visiting card printed by the Val
Baas-For hatching. Marred Rocks,
I ley Gazette Job Department., "Aristocrat" Strain, It.00 per setting Price Quoted You This Week at Follow: :
; The Flavor IS or IT. Moulted Anconas eggs.. .
tl.1t per setting II or 17. AddressMrs.
'( .' J. K. Milliard.' Box 121, Kls. Ws bought a lot of Snap Shot Self Ri a f Flour at a cheap price. t

La ts, Political Announcements --Blmmee. Fla. 10-)6 Ws will place it OB sale Saturdayat $1.75 for. 24 lb*. Cast. Do I';

FOR BALK Carmen Grape Vines at Rot ask for credit at this price.
ZOc each. Clark Howell R. F. D.

y l/ Foil COUNTY COMMISSIONKR. No. 1. Kl.slmmee Fla. 10-4t Gold Medal Flour, 24 Ibs ___ 2.10 Grits, 6c lb., 10 Ibs._-.____ .55 ,

'. I hereby announce myself a candidate FOR BALFA five passenger BuIck Gold Medal Flour, 12 lbs____ 1.10 Meal 6c lb., 10 libs__________ .65 .,
for the office of County Commlsaloner "4"\ In Rood runningorder.. Sacri Lady Clair, self rising: 24-lbs\ 2.00 Navy Beans, 15c lb., 2 Ibs._. .25 ';1
from District No. I, and .
fice. Can be seen at Brig-are' Studio lb ____ .20
Lady Clair self 12-lbs 1.05 Limas, large, -------
respectfully solicit the support of the Saturday, 10 to 4. IQU.pd.FOR rising: ..
;' voters_ Lll, > tdlBtrctli ....theJunepri. . Airy Fairy '24-lbs Pill-bury. 2.10 Baby Llmas., 18c lb, 2 tbs__., .35

-.. mary. SALE-Boxed. timber on about Corn, No. 2kiln dried 100-lbs 400 Cow peas, I lb, 11 c., 3 Ibs__ u .30
A 9A 1. H. WETHBRBEB.: 6.000 acres, solid body. Ry.runs Oats, No.2. clipped______ 3.90. Snow White Lard, No. 2____

FOR SIIKHIKF1.I mall along mill one ; aide between; Ideal. Orlando property and for Shorts, 100 Ibs. __uu__ 3.50 Snow White Lard, No. 6.___ 1'3''")

hereby announcefor the office of KlHRlmmee., Price for timber alone Butter fat, 100 Ibs ________ ..15 Snow White: Lard No 8...._ 2.68
Sheriff of Osceola County. If electedI 11.00 'an acre should run a little Little Gem Scratch Food___. 4.60 Pure Leaf Lard ______._uu .32 ';I

111 will do my duty. I will appreciateyour over Hunter..thousand_Klsslmmee' feet. to Fla.acre. H.10-61.A. Potatoes peck _u__________ 1.00 Alaga, one gallon ________u 1.50

i support.YOUNO TINDALL. Sweet Potatoes peck Uuu .60 Karo, 1% pound can______-- .20 4$ '
FOR 8ALF3-Bulck car In food condi Cabbage,'pour\d uuu .06 Karo, No. 6 can ___ .60
tion. Bargain If taken. at on.,.. & bottle .35
FOR 1111 ER.11''''. Must sell.. Inquire at Gazette of No. 2 Yellow Peaches __u .49 Worcester Sauce u_
I hereby announce myself an a can-. fice. 7-U. No. 1 Yellow Cline _Uuu .29 French Mustand, bottle __u_ .15 '

1.- SEALED dldate for the office of Sheriff of Os No. 1 Pears, can --_____... .25 Starch Argo ____________ .10 '
ceola county of and respectfully democratic votersIn solicit FOR Plate.SALE!-One Ut. Electric Wall No. 1 Apricots can ____uu .35 Pet"Milk, small _. ______ .08 rt
the Practically
the new. At
support a reasonable -
the June primary.J. price. Apply Valley Oa- No. 2 Corn, can uu__ .20 Pet Milk, large ...--.___--__ .17

H. SMITH.. xette. T-tf. No. 2 Peas. best, can _____u .25 Van Camps Milk, .uu__ ..17'I
t TIGHT- No. 2 Tomatoes ___ __ .15 Carnation Milk .17
.. FOR can u ---------- I'
RALE Fine residence
k .-. property
FOR NIIER. ______ ._ .30
quarter-block seven. roomed. home, Seeded Raisins pound __uu .25 Best Bacon pound- ;'"
I am a candidate, for the office of orange trees, pecan. trees, live oaks, Currants, one pound u____. .35 Best Salmon ____u_______ ;35 .

,," ,. WRIGLEYSJWSPEARMWT KEPT Sheriff appreciate of your"Iot'O"; .r' support and will In woodshed flowers, vines and. ,two shrubs. rooms Garage In, Arbnckles Coffee, pound___,_ .43 Pink Salmon _____________ .25 1:

a the democratic primary to be held rear. Reason for sellingproperty spare White House Coffee pound__ .58 Tripe can uuuuu__ .32 ;
a. next "Juno. If elected I promise to too large for present owner. Apply Senate Coffee, pound ...____ .68 Roast Beef, can __uu__ ..35Birthday '1
administer the duties of the office
Valley Gazette. 1-tf. Coffee pound ___ .35 Corn Beef can __ ... .35
Impartially and to do my level b..tto u -- -- -
,! r TMs PERFECT GUM Coffee. __ __.__ .05 "'
J RIGHT make the best sheriff this county FOR RALE-One block! In city limit. Gold Blend pound _u .35 Potted Meat -- -- -- -
has ever had. of Klaslmmee. 300x380 feet. containing Cut Price Leader ____-__---- .45 Vienna Sausage, 2 for__---- .25 I,
L. R. FARMER. twoacres or more.. Good Oct. Soap 9c, 6 bars________ .50 Tomato Soup 13c 2 for_____ .25 ,;

-' of garden hammock land. land Also 3, one or 4 five mile acre southof lot P. G. Soap, 9c, 6 bars____.- .50 Vegetable Soup, 13c, 2 for_ .25 \N
11 Another negro minstrel show is If your business is not worth advertising FOR St. Cloud. Write A. L. Kmmnr- Fels Naptha 9c, 6 bars--___ .50 Oxtail Soup 13c, 2 for.__-__ .25

J/ advertised to perfom In Klssirnmee.' advertise it for sale in the W. a. McClelland of Kenansvllle.announces son Sorrento Fla. -4t-pd.. Ivory Soap, 9c, 6 bars_-_____ .50 Chicken_ Soup 13c 2 for.. ._ .25 I :f fCoal

.p., v This wiU make five in five weeks and his candidacy District for No.CountyCommissioner B. FOR SALE!-One half block corner Oil, gallon uu__ .22 Turtle Soup! 13c, 2 for____-- ..25 '.i
} % I the red coated high hat feet shuf- Valley Gaiette's want column. Mr. McClelland from has been. a resident of ra"o and Cypress. Two h ; one Catsup bottle uuu .15 Hitter's Port and Beans, 15c, ,Ir
It Seri with a dubious band of music the past twenty and one S room lice: !<0/> Crystal White Syrup 1% lb 2 for ----v--- .25 '"

will again swagger ,.. I The Gazette's job department is years,.laenCauetllorfar ; and cattle Also rood' for order.vale one piano box all In can ______u___________ .20 Campbell's Pork and Beans. ...
Hvelyn Valdei. 216
It was remarked by a leading eitl- .equipped to do all kind of job printing people raisingand of 'his If district elected and assures county the the Cypress St. |-tf. Crystal White Syrup No. 6 15c, 2 for _______________ .25 .; :'t

zen if these negroes took a on short notice and at reasonable I best services at his command. lb can ________________... .60 Picnic Ham, pound ____...._ .26 '

.. on the hoe, ralte plough or shove''I prices. We make a specialty 7-tf.of. FOR COUNTY JUDGB. FOR SALE! three-One, visible.Bmerson! ., as (rood .. newApply Alaga Syrup, No. 2 can ____ .30 Sliced Ham, pound uu_____ .45 :!
{ they would be some use on earth. loose leaves for ledgers. Valley Qasette. tf ttc.No.. 1 Pineapple can uuu .35 I
Alaga, half gallon ____u___ ... \
I hereby announce myself.a candidate No. 2V4 Pineapple can----__ .50 .
'' ." . for County Judge I of Osceola FOR BALE! =geeond-6and; Po-d car. 1V_ Alaga Syrup uuu .22 Macaroni lOc or !3 i for----__ .25 ;:

.,.f County Primary to subject be held to June the Democratic Ith "20. at Co...attractive 30T .Broadway.prices. Osceola Motor Rolled Oats, 9c lb., 3 Ibs.. .25 Spaehettl. lOc, or 8 for_----- .25 "S i

I win' strive.. If elected to perform the - For the convenience of our customers we have added a few nails ;;
We still have full line ofHigh duties of the office efficiently, PERSONALBROTHEItTobacco'injure
ii a arid Impartially. ._heart, to our stock-.201. lOs and 8s. 8c per pound or pounds for 15c. d't

GEORGE W. FOX. nerves stomach and sexual tune
tlons, ; Is musty, ."""n.'''.. Tobacco
; Shoes FOR MAYOR. habit can be easily. Inexpensively. PRICE GROCERVj
:.T :; :,: : :;.. CASH
overcome with pleasant root. Fine
; :
,, iii.,.II , ; . ';". ; ,',. I hereby anno--;; ;; myself 'a candidate for stomach-' troubles. Just .send
-j .q
!# ', for Mayor of Klsslmmee and '
,: ) address a, B. Stokes, Mohawk. Fla.
; ,, .
".,j: ,- "t"....P-r"If". ,in all. lines '," tl.. . ""' voters respectfully. in the solicit white the man's support primary.of the _, HOME.. 101tpd. Phone'' 141 422 Broadway ,(\"

y'' WK HAVE a nice modern home of 7 Out of Town Orden Given Prompt Attention. .1 1Off'
oud'hi addition to these we have Jt:*t FOR COUNCILMAN rooms 'toilet and lavatory both upstairs ./.
and down; porcelain bath upstairs \
'r received a big shipment of our f I hereby announce. myself a candidate two open fire. places, house .
for re-election. as member. of the. newly painted rood garage, bearing -
City Council at the. white man's". primary orange trees, lance lot only .
Spring Low Shoes to he held March Ith. MO.. end 33,360 It taken at once. Immediatenonnpflnlon.
respectfully solicit the support of the . Terms It desired..
voters. FURNISHED HOUSE!-Nicely. located S..a..x.:.:: :: P. .
these the famous A. a GILBERT. pretty corner, convenient. and comfortable
Among,, .are new Aaraire. 13,160. '
; FOR CiTY COUNCILMAN.I FIVE ROOM Suburban farm. Just Government 'Goods
' across the railroad from city llmlta Surplus '
Red Cross Shoes for Ladies -,
.> .; hereby. announce myself a candidate House of 8 rooms nicely shaded on
for City Councilman and .respect every side' ., good porf' ". Brood soft .
fully solicit the -support of the votersof water nice *>.."rlnll'otro".., pretty U. S. Army Leather Bleevless Jackets. BRAND NEW_ _.......
.Remember we also ;take orders Klsslmmee. at the white man's primary east front 13,60. Splendid' poultry, U Army Olive Drab Wool Blanket weight. lbs, .!_. flxtS.Uh.- q
truck and fruit termTerms It de.Ired.
Perfect. Clean and Sanitary.. A. Grade---------------------- 7-M
': for Tailor Made Clothes ;s. V? THOMPSON. 31. 1-1 ACRES mile! and a half from U. 8. Army Heaters, "RADIANT HOME Hot blast large size,
.. nlekled trimmed beautiful stove Onlylightly used. Cost new .,
I ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. city limit.. food buildings Most Rood kind 94ft. -_.__..._____.__..__.._.....___...._._._.'................ 45. S
1 land cheap at 14.TOO. any "Col Blast" No.
U. S. ARMY HEATERS I.E. Nickle trimmed
: .
R '' of terms to suit buyer. This Is excellent In very good' condition; Special. price_______________________. 1HJM ;
property., well located very U. S. Army Kleld Shoe Good heavy Shoes for general ..
Klaslmme Chapter No. 62. wear: sae
FRED S. GILBERT rich land. Rubber Boots, Brand New
U. B. Army Hip Heavy Rubber
1 Meet lid and 4th Thursdays T:10 40 ACRES < mile from town half 10' and tl ---_____ ,_ ._____sizes. tab
Fraternity HalL Broadway. In cultivation. bearing, and. fenced Jog tight, U. 8. Army Rubber Artie and rubber shpes. Good condition_ :LN
d. ,
(; We Appreciate" Your Business B. Alexander. WI M. I acres grove, 10 acres U. S. Army Canvas laggings. Extra strong. Good condition pair' ..".
Mra. Mary fenced for cheap and
: pasture very '
of' U. B. Army Canvas Heavy canvas bag for hunting,
tt.N terms.
,? Elisabeth Ponegan. Beer.CEO. easy "&
1 '1'" MI. FINE STOCK and fruit farm. well located eta.y

'.... 1. fine, lakefront line mules. 30 acre bear., U. 8. Army Cqt Mattress, Cotton. Good condition________._____ sea
Ing- grove 'Implements U. S. Army Denim. Trousers. Repaired. Good condition. Pair.SS ;,
.... -rA- ..... .... A and bargain.a food This going will concern.Interest Special U. 8. Army Denim Coat Good serviceable. condition..._.... JU&
you. '
U. S. Army Wool Shirts. Seen service but good condition. Olive
r Come let V us show UUian4 drab. A. grad'LS5! : each B. Orade, SSJSO each I.t.I' .- ;i
1r 1 r, S. ARMY WOOL SUIT Complete with coat breeches"legi i
per sere, favorable terms, well adapted
log.. condition.- per suit Breeches alone
<< would
DRi'T.M.'RIVERS L. H. LEDGE T. SINGELTARY to fruit well and stock arrowing.S80 cost $8.Ou. /
ACRES located, owned
by an .
a ARMY Collar.
:' "' V&..,.,.....,..., Ohio man, who will sell on favora U. Seen light serv '
1 : 'Pt dl at c..I ice but In good condition. Special this week.._...__._. see
ble for
or erchana-e an Ohio
terms It. 8. Army drab wool mackinaw,, Very desirable. '
coat.. .... .._.
.i.r .. farm. Particulars. Interested par U. & Sheep. lined ooat BRAND NEW.
r e b . n) Army Will give good
.< 1\\,'" rt.' '( .:". I . ,;' .. ties.A service ._._._. .. ___.._....____.___ JIU5e
, ,, ;. "{" 1,;.. , \ . '\) ..' ,J i '. .. '. >- ]" ".':. NUMBER close to of town small at farm bargain Improvedand pricesand U. a Army Raincoats. Used-but In Rood condition__...._ .... .
Web Halters, made .
: U. 8. Army of good grade webbing.-.
,. < ,. 1 ,. on favorable terms of paymentAsk : U. 8. Army ,t!" :,/{ ." n. for what you want. ertceable .'
1'j j; condition/Renovated./ Standard'else'and ""welghf.
.\::.(. ': : .. ., .. ,. NELSON REALTY COMPANT., ''ARMY Regulation Breast Collar Harn....- Standard._.___Double !46, 1
... ,'i. J'\f.\ '. { :' wheel. ..t.. .,.....i Double lead seta, sagto.
. ..... :, .k. ., \ \ I.. ".:' GRO EV "'FOR 8ALB-EIGHTY ACRES chances buying this. Ton take no y \j

i' \ '. ..,: : ,.., ', .' ', ..., ... . .. '" OF HIGH CITRUS LAND U. 8. Army Leather. Halters.. Good condition....__.__? ".''JI:
"/1'\1. . ) -) < \ '' 8. Army Tent Pliers, txlt ft. Excellent lilra
,! :> ,<. rr" .' , . ) . \, WITH TEN ACRES OF CHOICE .IT.V.. S. Navy Hammocks. Heavy canvas. Excellent condition-eondUlonT== .'. .r

SEEDLING ORANGE TREES, 40. Incbes x. 71 inches_.._.____.___.___._.._._ Left ". ,
SIX ACRES OF YOUNG BUD- U. 8. Array TENTS l.xl/xll ft. high a ft. wall FrSe'fJora". : i I,,
t Batik of Oisceola County 1 DED TREES. EIGHT ROOM tears and holes. Guaranteed 11.4 ox. khaki army duckSS.ra. ", '
U.' a Army Knives, eo. dozen. : U. & Army Fork. eee do. i' .. :
U:4G Army Galvanised water buckets, worth S-JVO. special each ... '#JI.
: :
NEAR DAVENPORT. PRICE IS ,U. B. Army Wool Underwear Clean and Sanitary. Will ,rive 1jP., ,
I KJSS1MMEE FLORIDAYs. VERY REASONABLE AND .. All sizes U. garment .1_ suit or .Lye per suit do.en' ,

) : ,' ..;. TERMS TO RIGHT PARTY. SEE lot.. "rj"rj.enlc. \,
$ WRITE FOR CATALooUE--TERMS, Cash with Ord.. Reference :
Saccmt to bank In Gr..nvlll. Include .
.or any p..ta..e when
ordering .
goods ... .
t DAVENPORT 'FLA.: 10-lt-pd YOUR MONEY BACK sent :-
40 ,', .,. by parcel po.L IF NOT SATISFIED.

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