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: March 19, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00951
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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'?IltER Kt'SSIMMfElf'' 2 -Rev R1E4Gpbeil: ARMY ENGINEER ASKS : THRIFT: :'STAMP',WEEK Contributors- : ; ,I< ---,BOARDOFJRAMIS, f -, 4;




I. RIVERYEAROF1919 DjesHereAfter. | INFORMATION 'REGARDSHIPMENT : N.,KISSIMMEE I FROM'I I Funds Board Announced of'Trade. 'd ADVANCING'RAPIDLY

Weeks '

'i WAS UNUSUALLY LOW ///fieirffg Y WATER 'MARCH z.2T0 27 .. iN8.OITptANS.'
Wen ''Knew*. Episcopal; 1 Minister Held ; ; SnfcscripnoB Varied; i. From' $%00"

( Last''. Charge la 'Board 'of T.L1"re; Fnrnlskrignres ; ,Afltpireats hest'-Scaeoi Teachers Down To More Merest A.oast.,, '' ; "
S. L.' Lapfer, Sr.. and, Captain-Back Request All Of WUca Were Gratefally Finances. At Hand, Aid ,AMUIUSCWPeHtic .

I; lea CompOe Report Of Coercer Spent Large JacboaYiDe-1 .O. Tral6c,10a"i Iiuim.. Urged T. Inittfl Savings Habit 4 Received.. . ,, WaD Net Be. Pemirttd- ,
t Aim The nee, JUnrI'Fer'' Calendar ( \ Idea Into Minis. Of '
L
r Lieut CoU Bardea Core 3 ; Two Cesksmlttees Appointed. ForIsiportamt
Of Eagtaecn..,, e '' i "R v) 'Robert E. Campbell 'well ''Year' 1>1'. I ., Little Ones.Marc'h' the subscription list of' the solicitIng ,Duties, V

... known.Episcopal minister died! Monday -. -" .committee of the .Xisslmmee. ,'i,
Itt.response" to the request of' Lieut. *morning,at the ,bom. ,'Of Frank _W. J. Barden.'Lieut. Colonel corps 22 to 27 next will beThrlA Board ''oC. Trade bearing'' date of :Appliuse with a "kick Jn '.lt.r fot.
\CoU W.; J. Barden, corps : of, ;engin1Jeers Lawson on:Lake street afteran( illness of engineers U. S. 'A. with headquarters Week the'.outh.aaternstates' ac March 12. ''1920, and totaling $ .002 lowed the announcement, made' Friday
his .JaebpDylde, has sent a cording"\ .the announcement .'of the for '''the''' employment of a< secretary
cause''of
United States army; for : of three weeks; the night to the Kissimmee Boardof
,
ton the traffic.on, tb..Xlul( mee1irt, deathi,being angina,"peetorta W: v, communication *to the 'Klssimmea savings division of the sixth federal and advertising. purposes shows those Trade by Bart Bryan, that the soliciting '
" 4 er during the.year 1919 Samuel L. Funeral services wen held from Board, of. Trade 'callus,attention to reserve''district of the United State who cordially >responded to the can committee had Secured 5.002 ,.
: tLnpfcr, .Sr.i and C. Buckles St..John'' Episcopal Church Tuesday the fact that".the local organization treasury department., .. vas-made for fund.'to set forth the b,.. popular" subscription 'to be'used
; ;have compiled the data t. 4-that during the .lastyearth.rs'was, 'Officiating. Interment was in of January 10, 1920,' with blank In;''communities' are urged to ,take Two hundred dollars was the; 'high the employment,of m commercial aec.retary. -'
but 10JB10 tons of commerce handled. Rosehill cemetery The ,pallbearers forms attached, requesting; .Information advantage of this opportunity. to establish \amount given and 'other ,, sums aad- advertising,
t '> The reason for this small amount were. W. G. ,JI.DldD8.L George Singel- pertaining to shipments'by water .. the habit; of saving, which ran 'e, from $100, $60. .$60 and down. the: ensuing year. The.purposesfor demon "
1). : c h'.rls plain, no-water In the stream to tarry M. 'I. Stout, George W. Best, on the Kissimmee river_ for the means much.to. children. ward all of .them greatfully receiv. stration was spontaneous, and .enthusiastic.
. f speak of. vlt, Is stated that during John Bearaan and A.i'W.' Bailey (I i iDr. calendar year 1919 la accordance : g.Cbudrs:,, ed. Those 'subscribing* 'and 'theiramounts _
, '. 1919 it was impossible at many times .' Campbell was a native:of with an act of' congrsasof February' "federal authorities state are as follows; The entire'field has not yet)' heeD ;
enl'J't.
f to 'transport articles of'eomm ee. Cross Hill South Carolina; and was ZI.'ColBaden > crt H. W. ,.Alideraon. |IO: a"R. Anltman.; canvassed and'as this ',amount J: Is a
In town should thator
see
O' W. M. Arnold,
every ; r ,
his : 4. Bends
states office *
. fin the >Kissimmee Driver"at certain *4years.of.age.He was a graduate :"is nowengaged her ,child' has a Thrift Card Ii, ''lto '. Bryan good foundation, and more.
.., points there practically no I water of*Princeton university; '\and :until in the compilation>, of de- and ..,v encouraged to fill It'out"with lit!' 0., 5vBW.,'JIJ'A'n' -'.....reI.n. will, be .moat.acceptab1e: to eei fort.
tailed statistics for the rivers' and 11 -J. C. Buck; .
114 H
; n : 1..alh.r.
occa.IODII"ltwId the
at alL.J On other" 1887 was a< Presbyterian: clergyman.He advantages" of Kissimmee, the*
stamps. Twentyvflve 'centsis not' a ..t Klasimmee. Ice 4r "I H. .
harbors under in the
require a heavy dew to make then changed-denomination to improvement large sum to for a Thrift. Stamp V. tlalley. IS4'C.. V: Carson Jr..o; subscription list'was'returned'to) the-
' two Inches of water and at the,40ek that of an Episcopalian and was rector district.ho represents and. owing. to and U the par. Is formed and the W. B. Crawford.-jt: A.. t VaeDonouch. chairman of the .'eommitt eb, Mr.
here there were periods,, when \there of 8t. Andrews Episcopal Church the amount of'time and labor involved -. stamps regularly' bought- and placed flf,; .M.1100. B.;Caraon.J. a C.d.MOf!. O.MO k-Daraon.: O.: W. Fox. Bryan to' ace those ,who bad not yet,
in the work, It; la quite argent that ' '
was but half a foot of water. Jacksonville' five years, retiring IIOn Bt.. been interviewed. ; "
,. / open the card It will not be long be- C. Doraanbarr .111-.f.) JII gars .
J JJ. the Information be furnished without '
m8-beeause of_W health incident I Iu... .R. g..Fe'd. is.; R. There was the largest'attendance'of
'
Co..rcfalt8taWtksFollowing foe the' child will enough mon 'U !
J.. : : delay.:. w' i i pave farmer. !} FVnncIl ; Hammock. '
to' his- duties in aidlng the-dow" ; members of the board for(_metbn..nd
, is the statement prepar "t He -%xact: '-figures are. ."lio-buy-L'.W.rJkyln: :: Stamp '3o;- c.mo, r.rm..rIJO' X rlonarmer
and forwarded to Col BardeD fallen in New York City, from whi available which ;bears per' cent Tnt rei |1JTL a Gilbert jltt, Younc evsryoue took".actiY8tDtere.t. -
ed .
4\ r not
Toast place..he ,went to Jacksonville. approximate fguresshould i This..Jn,time will row. into a 9100 lndalL |.0; J. R.' Ollb.rl. Mil;' R.! L. following literally "the Mate* '
be reported, with 'a statement 8. ( 'H.rantham. .
r.en-.IMi.Ff. iilb.rt.so
He also held at Borden- ,a. meDt.of.Pre.id.nt..lohn S. Cade that
brick..._ 260 charges .I Savings Certificate if the purchaseofstamps:1. sidTT) valley Gacriti.
<
, Artificial stone and t"e' : sloe
'Affect :
i ,, to. .t.battthey.an; approxi
..
. Building material, (sash; doors,. ;:J* town N. Jw,4nd rPitt buTg,> Psk rIa mateonly.'+' Exact figures :should be ; : continued..T' O..vW. fW.rd-,, *(.fB.M.. .R."i-H< the board'.of.trade of Kisslmmee was-
''oDthe city tnlr c.. Stanford, member's board.
that he served U08: H. a..eav.r
, ,.. blinds) fc."*.___.___._.*__".20 slob and city ra\Ncw'.York City was) chap given when'available. ';' ..,' J.oust l lncr.aaes;; .._.<'c 1 1.-Wi Simpson lSOiJ, n. ..UOI.. every' TA ;Ne!PeUtle:\- :: v '
, .1 Cattle; (mostly transported from lain at' Randall'aj' Island and other The .Kissimmee Board 'of Trade : no: -I} Juan : A. T. Shod.1fsm. ..There,was some,digging.. 014
.' the islands in. the n v,,It' i r 1r a 'bO .of15; jells bays one Sav: .11: .b.r.c.W'f,t0t .M. DP..ft
'various for the has
ten
'fk places In+,and )about the If metropolis.' past. weeks,,or more WIII.G" no iii: Dr, bones'' during'the.;:discussions Of- the
month he Is 25
.r.,te>the/main t land,and i tvica! 1 wOn account4..arduous duties.fa been'i, in .a somewhat disorganisedshape ings Stamp a\ until C. 11:." nnaway. 114) Inn., ... Krau... eveningbut these, ,were re-interred.
50 be will have $700 including' the accrued S100 Frank Maione3o .
vain) -- is the reason the matter has ; I B $ 'J'.s.
with the '
J aUruT J7IIIHIIZZI. 1000 New York, Dr. Campbell.waa assiga- been interest and with this nest egg ar"lI01 -Wator* Canon -Oro.Co.., following epitaph placed at' I
|Crate not attended-to but under the1'eOranlzatloa" their '
ed toJ.charce' in Jacksonville sad t t : Jma Carson. .lta KI.Botti. : NO..l.c.ltlC8'IQ'tbe-
he! reasonable
(This includes empty boxes DOW being effected can on ; a salary, ing ,
after tinTeare service was compelled Work.. tlO-'A I. Davtdaon, II; Kissimmee Board of Trade.1" '
handled from ',the. packing; CoLBarden's request will receive 'largely increase his- savings:and by) FrPd' H.rab.rs110: L. H. Inffram. "
to nth.'from th. ministry on the time he la 80. have $1,500 or $ ; ".-M.-Johnson.. MO 1 .
a house to grove.) tention in the near future, men ..2'-1 "
account of his health. 8 '' ' A- W. committee. from Kissimmee' and fit.
110
business. Akcrman. .r..8u.d.
I(:kastles.r_ _____. 1500. ... prominent in river shipping being .000 to invest in U'O. .,; ' ,
w : : .*'Hewleavaeaawldow."+ane daughter ; Oec.ola Motor Co. faoo; J E.! Cloud had done In .the matter of theBrevard'
(These cross ties were rifted: .. delegated' to secure the, desired in.. :'lf.the: father and mother; at 'thebirth'of ((0; H. U tupr.Jr:: |S4?>J. ,
k I. and not hauled on the boats.) Mrs. B. F. HaJlletl.of".JaebonYlUe.two ', a child, will buy two SavingsStrops.a Me hatter, Ill; Mach 'Bros.-- fl'0| county. people' finlshbig theirt j
\ Revv Bernard .. -of the KlsaJramee-Melboume
/-eons, Campbell month will have Lupfer I Ptatb.r. jiOMwola Hard- part
Dry goods, hats, shoes drugsand goo rector of Trinity! Church Gainesville, foymatlon.LATMEN they war Co, $SOO.8tai Bank, ItOO Ka road, ' -v.y "JPresident
. : enough to 'send the child to collegeby
; supplies -- v.V ._---- MEETING Bros. |SOO: D. ,0. McKayMO: ''A. a l Cu:1mID :
FertilisersFiah FIa.-.D4\1t. Campbell.. .Jr' incharge the time it Is '16 years old. By Nalaon.' ,aol..r."o. Moatromarr.' .!a; I CadelcaHsd'upon.
i
I _._---.600i_+_____________.., of:t. theSt.1 l : seastS.waneeTenand School, Sunday'. attem---a; : '8 o'clock, at thattime; the principal and interest Central Drur Store 111 O.Osolaharmacyv'515'JrIan I 'Bart Bryan for his' report or*'

Furniture :_____..... 26 Mrs. the 'MethodistSunday school rooms, will amount to $2,600, which will pay J. U Ovaratreat. $Ul'RobeMlO't.U'H. 0. Lrtln). the 'work. of the soliciting Talks.committees. :.
Gasoline and light .11.......... 400 Mannie I. Williams of Cross Hill, the laymen 'Will have their'usual one several years' expenses in. college. |IO; 0_ Persona |SO; Milton Pl d. ;' Bart 'BryanMr' / *
S..C- hour devotional car. lllrH.; C. Piano fit: C. W. Orlf. ..Bryan; before maklng"'the
_. and praise service. thrift cards can be secured from
Grain (all kinds) ._.v, ._ .1200 :1. Sn. ..
r |SO( J. 8. Reed (M: V. RrddltU cheerful that
Grapefruit '._.;:_________.___:: 600 JOHN a BA1SDEN ANNOUNCES All men and boys cordially invited to the postmaster ,011'wbleb' to paste1hift 111: Vf. a.! Sanderson.: A. Roacn 000.badbeen announcement '" the fo>

',' Groceries ___________":.._,.. ..400Hatdware attend this. service. .__. < . Stamps. MOt; La.' Rogers. 110: Dr. R.., Back ''slightly: overreached, s
I it
Flemlntl'. that
__ &0 :(lul'1t. BaI.d-boM: announcement .! j mastar "! : H. Leif .H. stated was explained by conv '
---------------- IJ.ht.eyf*; R. 'A. Snrdar, 110 rnltteemen'- subscribers "the.-
.
Hay ____._...,->.__.--_____t IPQ for county commissioner from Gray stone Clerkf BreiJardCounty' Story Store |11:' D.' De .on lit; 'to which the would exact be II
Hides and skins ____________;:;. ''IS the Kenansville', district appears this ; QualityMarket., J10 Southland Oar use. .: '. money' ; ,
__i-.__-_____-_____.._ week,. is i awell known ,resident:. of + *.Jif ' age r.nc..Tr..O< 0i J.t W. Thom; C B..on Towel 111; Law utilized. First who to pay. a 'commercial be
Luumber, pine _____._____.-.._:100000''' this county. Mr. Baisden has served xpect droSeeSo Anxious To Get Dr.' W, L. Wlnn. lit.: R. M. Anrue;. from secretary; other'was than to; Kissimme.and secured.
Miscellaneous Mdse. .___.___ 600 I with efficiency and real as school 114: A. F. Flemmlnir,' |11;- Wannar A sources ,
___ ______.__..: 200 Sawyer, ; 111; Mrs ,M. Katm II11, H. who would be ,* competent man'
'. ; and lJle Gators
Machinery f; commissioner was appointed by i Highroad Built H.. Britt Ill: N. C Brvan. ,10, j! W. for the toffice. Second the remaining
Naval stores __!___._______. .1600A the governor to serve but the unex- Trammcll. .12,15.: W, BOCK! |1'11''.IC.Ba. funds to be '
large is plred term lof.B.-H.Guy. a.,count : ... MO; C. D.' Cola, expended' advertisingand
( turpentine camp : Bankbof'Oeeeola
s Was4 ToU I-;Tkan;\Warm'W.ata' Pat Joluito'Aad"IL i 'C; Stanford Crate Co5100;. other legitimate expenses, of' e'
aU of from" tb. abOTe 'named : '
commissioner .
opened .
now" being up County 1100; Harry Hunter. III:. Dr. board of.trade' -.h '
which will be transported by district. ' '" '-" '-: I They Roamed Streets aid Lounged .' TeD Board Of Trade.,, Result. Of'' T. M. KI....., ISO;' Rull Baaa. lit B. Some were of' the"opinion ,that the.
C.; Miller, tlOf UH J.-.3.
boats. Oedra 111:
) -F. ..1600- 1 ,/fl AFTERNOON TEA. I About Hostelry Reading Their Trip T. MelbeeraeRegard Tucker IBO; M. .1. Stout ,It: O. ,,W. added 'was for political purposes;;,,
.
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Oranges -------:---- Beat. ';O'H'M.jrtann.'Ui' MI.. -Mattie Chairman The
Sand building ,,._..___...______..200 ''Mri.'James Earle'' liupfer entertained Daily J Papen;!; )Cv Project, Bandy, 1J: W., B. Maklnaon Co, Bryan, eolft'oContlo..4
Shingles J________________ 60 afternoon ----- .' ISO! R. I,. Dennlnir |IO; Johnston aad ( oq Page "V.D).
friends
.few Wednesday

.Vegetables ..______-:__*____ 400 a to her Because'::alligator 'and crocodiles The people'of Melbourne and'Bre-: Qarrett 160; B. -R. Chapman: fit -
complimentary guest
fuel .......... __,. None did peregrinate along'' Broadway, yard county are about ,to form a ENGAGEMENT .ANNOUNCEMENTMr.
Wood
, ""' --- Mrs.. Hardy, of CuUoden. Ga. MASONIC MEETING. ,
: : clasping paws with one. another infelicitous special road tax 'district to /".
__ _._____ .10 secure
J Wool .....__.,_.__ The event was quite informal, the fashion go to1 the post I, funds by issuing bonds to complete and- Mrs., Addison S., Gilbert
,1"fcS At a regular communication' of .
; .' 'Total'- ,.___.________...___10.810, ladies pleasant of the hour neighborhood in conversation" spendinga over window office and for call mail at and the general mingle deliver the the Klsslmmee-Melbourne gratifying statement road of was Pat Orange Blossom lodge held' Monday announce proachiag marriage he?ellpgoeme, of tb.lydagh: -':

a'cup of afternoon tea.Enjoying 1y with the citizenry of Kissimmee .Johnston'a member of a committee night Fellowcrafts Ernest L. Green l r. Mary Ethel to Mr. Johnv-. A..
:,PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH{ VOTES the event were Mrs. Hardy the day clerk at the Graystone Hotel of four who went to Melbourne and Joseph M. Johnston were .electedto Erlebon. of DeLsnd;;' Florida, theweddlnI'

LARGE SUBSCRIPTION.The Mrs. C. N. Paver Mesdames.: left last week for. his home in New Tuesday, 'March'' 9, to. discuss the take the degree of Master Mason, to takeplace TuesdayApril' Si
Souders, Sanderson andSawyer, and a.. special!' communication: ) has a 1920. . '
; the
Jersey where mosquitoes residents ,
matter with the of that .
still sociable. been called for next
Kissimmee people are Mrs./N Bryan and' 14... F. C. are" more Monday: IIII'M.t MissfEthel Gilbertts amongfklsslmmee's' -
taking an active interest in the Near Bryan, who are both relatives -' Konrad Kronts was' the''' genial section.The Brevard county people want which time '>this 'work.. .wlU; be given moat attractive youngla '

East Relief drive which is continued Mrs. Hardy. .. gentleman who wore diamonds be- the road completed and are lookingto them. dies and a wide circle of friends w l'J J
through the month of .March. Thist hind the1 desk of the Graystone hostelry. the State Road Department to extend their felicitations the coming
week the Presbyterian; Church pled coming here to look after part render a..lltaneeIt.' that SAVE MEAt event. 7: ,
:ges'more than sixty dollars, to this FREDM.BASSFINED, .>' the .interests i' "Proprietor Ben the Brevard people are appears. somewhat; HONEY ,ON : .. '11
:worthy cause. Balrd. '' THREE COUPLES MARRIED.).,
a the state ,ti its
at
,. Prof.; A.. H..Fillers, who i,:.super 'AbO t tht. there are' several aggravated dy'fo .' '"
intendent of. the'Sunday school has ANDCOSTSW.B hostelry' inaction eertaUT matters. It promised WEEKIN FLORID IS Three v marriages, were performed
two
nstives'among'them'one
.' interest In the ; or to expend, about $3,000, if Brevard In the the'
taken a deep cause ,: of the' oldest inhabitant's association. do'the'/ city' during past seven
and who was largely instrumental ; county would same,to re daysone/ a t couple -of<...KissimmeeEarl ,:.

securing the remarkable subscription HARRISHALFAMOUNTBath' told.neighborKronts To while a way.that E-e",time when they the along pair-and the place route shell until In the needed permanent places NAMED J 'R APRIL,5 r,Barber and..Etbel..,BaIt',, the'
.
.1rom-the schools, made a strong appeal weather became ,warm ?;; and settled ceremony being performed otaQ" '.. .
highway could -be constructed. That '
telling of the din need of these wandered w L Public Fat Johnston. ,
people< Others< favored subscribing Mal Tried'Before Mayer SteedOlti.Ch.rge'o here about alligators the thoroughfares and crocodile of'the- .was six. ,or' eight months ago.'. Uaited ''States Dcparbaeat ,of Jutic.Sets Notary'Public H.' M. Breaker'Join*.
to ,the -relic 'tund and ty' a vote*of .. -Meet;State .Body. ed In wedlock F. O;: Scarr and -Alice
and at tunes into the hotel Aside Tile For
city Con.enacts
( Disorderly. .e.. came Tint *. .. .
.
;;;
,the church this splendid subscription lobby,.drank. ice water: and perchingup It U now proposed that the county Marbte."both of St. Cloud and Will -
;is now- in the hands of ', the" local duct March 6 Last. oat in chairs, read news, pers.* commissioners, of Brnard",and ,Oseeola la State T."' Turner' and "Mary Casity both.; of. ,, ,

y !representative: .of the drive. > 1. .. Broadway The man :from New jersey roamedthe I .getrotegethereandromoefit' the Ec.oaoabL, Orlando;: -- -
i <4 Ji__,' f.K.yor streets, hoping .to glimpse the bodies,1, > -
r Friendship Lodge W.. J. Steed in the city court aquatic reptiles and watched from state road department at, some pointto The' week'''beginning' April'5'next Masons To Confer "
*
be named later. to ascertain what will be "Save Money'on Meat week,
this.rooming fined,Fred ML Bass $50 his perch( behind the desk at the hotel / : ?
and tcataor ten, j days, In:/-tbe cali- for the. appearance'.of the 'over help that organization' ,will give! in In the'' state of Florida,'according to :
u Knignts"of'Pythias boose and W. B..'Harris $25 and cost grown hellbenders' bat;"his' curiositywas the matter. n ." an announcement from' the United DegxeesMondaz rLodgeRootSHer'
or five days in the caliboose the never satisfied I Brevard county will ask the' assistance States"Department'of ..J1i.tleeOther
.. Met WednesdayFriendship charge against both'beingdisorder- Slowly (t:'dawned;.; upon him 'thatthere of other towns, south of Melbourne eputhern 'states. "requested 'to' Observe -
;. I 1,.'''conduct. Bass ""first entered 'aplea were .a few practical 'Jokers ,' which will be .benefitted and I -this'occasion' for ,the"..me'per-" : :;,
,
t -. '' of not' guilty but' when hisIl lounging 'about the hotel lobby ,and Kissimmeewill look\ after this-sec( iod. j-| ii .'
Lodge of 'the Knights Il counsel,'< Pat-kJohnston,", was assnerd they had gotten fresh with' him,' ,He tion. ,. Boards i of .trade will also be I DarIng-the'"weekl'' it is"stated, an Orange Blossom Lodge No.. BO F. ...
a' of Pythias held a very'enthusiastic that the extent of the injures allegedto wired Governor' Edwards" he was asked to co-operate as.well as other effortwill be made to 'reduce m.ter.1 oV A,. M..' of'Kissimmee,-will hold a .
f< meeting their Castle Hall Wodnes, : have-been inflicted .upon".Mr.'JlarrI. coming' back to New''Jersey;and;'help civic. bodies .nd,JDdIYldu.l.( tally the prices of the'cuts of beef.I special meeting'' Monday'"evening at.

,d.-evenlnl'' at.which, K..ara.John .- would not be.taken,into-eon.lder- him pnt.J8.75 pr_better beer,back on ,J5tanfonTs $tatembnt.. 'I pork and lamb now in heavy demand!. 7::80 o'clock' at>the"lodge1' rooms -for ,,.
r -fl;'Cadel,-.AY ,S.. Gilbert-and'JA., ,ation.;Bur ebanced'hirpIa to guilty the 1)&ta.) where a man with a thirst I .'J(? "C..':.SUnford' V: member.' oIfheeomlllittee py-, showing'consumers'' the advantageof the purpose of,conferring second 'and* "7 ,
Lancaster delegates from the 'hnaflodge of'.disorderly ..conducts ,:'t" ; could get "enough to- see'proc1ucta'.of which went to, Melbourne nutritious those which'are'equal.ly .! third degrees. Followingthe J cere-4:,
to the Grand Lodge meeting' of Mr. Harris but 'Which costs;less. monial light refreshments will, beserved. '''J i:
.'Mayor'Steed m fining thj) tropical waters. He then depart told the members of the Kissimmee ;, : '
the Order held last week in St. AU. took. into consideration the testimony ed for the commonwealth famous for Board .f Trade the ,
''guBtlne madetheir..report., ... .f,D.E! ,.Jernlgan of Orlando aod'J. mosquitoes and sending; to the?white in the .Melbourne, that--section people were over enthusiastic c.. E. YOWELL 'ASKS PEOPLE 'I There will"be .a a'-nnmber'of-01It, of'd
The delegates* reported .very1'en: H. Roberts of Kissimmee witnesses bouse at Washlnrtonj, the president about, .the. movement andwould' FOR REELECTION TO OFFICE' town visiting' Masons in- .attendance-:
joyable time in. the 'Ancient ..Clt.1naddltioD tq"th.'encounter'Mareb'd'Iast, who of these. United StatealV d CH.. ever'Means' to, the : : ) and all others who will be in{ thw;
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to ''carrying, off;two of the wore they, heard ,Mr. Harris use road y get C. B.- Yowell in' this Issue'tell' the city upon this>occasion.are cordially ",
:, big honors of the meeting in the reelection profane language and called Bass JENNINGS PREVATT AN. ',' Pat Johnston added be had written people' of Oseeola county he would invited .to.attend. -.." : '

,, .!;1; of F. C.. Bryan ,.' district names. "' all) Prather and other witnesses NOUNCES FOR TAT:ASSESSOR .thd'State Road Department1:; ascertain like to"aerve', another:'term 'and ;the '
. .. .- election- the next year;.and the .did not hear Harris use, profane when there could be'a fall voters ,of ,Oseeola' county wfll have LECTURE SUNDAY;-AT. CASINOBY l '
, ;''1 of W.. B. ''Crawford to ;be language they testified. t ; Jennings* B. Prevatt*' whose' announcement membership of It assembled to meet an' opportunity to tell him to go ?,REVEREND J W.,L." BRANDON '
:' y. \ Grand Vie: Chancellor, I,of,'the State .Both Bass. and Harris made statements : -for 'the candidacy for Kiisimmee-Melboune' people and take) ,ahead they are' willing. lr '
.of Florida;:" " '. .to the,oourt..which was. practically the office of'ktax:?assessor of ''Hhirf the'matter under consideration. Unt Mr.' Yowell has 'been. an educator Rev.. W. lu Brandon lecturing m** ; '
Mr., Bryan's''territory'" for the next in' Oaceola In der the authority, of The: American ,;
the same a. ha. heretofore county appears in this week's issueof til he hears from, th.m' the ; county, pioneer daysand
year ;wiu include the -eCluntleti oft Os- been made"public. -. ;, : } the Gazette?is.a.young1 man j who will remain i ? abeyance" ' matter. has stood steadfast by hi*-profession Lyceum Bureau? will speak' next.
' ola-Orange, ,Seminole,-';Lake and PatJohnston-forBass: filed a.motion has spent most of his life here, 'I ., : throughout trying times f until Sunday at 4 'O.tlock'p. m.,.at the Car:

,VoluiU.' ,.,' / 'i' --(, "'if- Ks--i. ,.f or ,continuance.on,.the ground 'Mr. Prevatt spent- over' twrf yearsas REALTY TRANSFERS.- the youth of the county has' been sine theater, admission, free;: He
.' Mrj-Crawford's-el; ctlon'ei'Grand' ,, that it was'necessary'for-Dr."Jefferson ;, a soldier In.the..Rem.unt ,service served to, its present 'state. of ''efficiency will also be heard >the' .followingSunday "; tl '
, }' Vice:Chancellor,which was unani >;th..?,Tampa eye. specialist who leaving a) country in August,.1917, ,The Y"reeord.'Of ice;; I lat \transfers ; : ;-March 28. : \ r
, "t mous'there'being no opposition'canedldate ( has been treating;Mr.: Harris'to be and being mustered out in Oetober ,during the' past''week' shows that ; Mr.Yowell can relate ."somelntereeting .'' Ha.. will 'discuss the. question,,'
i means 'that, in another year present-but upon;the'agreement between 1919. Hewas First Sergeant.;! Donald' C. 1\fenton\ bas sold to Mrs. school day experienceswhen "Should 'America Enter' the Leagueof
'" he will best the.head of the'Pythian! 'the-city and >counsel for! Bass Field Remount Squadron 1 811,, and 'Marl/Ei Tnmer.:lot 4 and the south he and' the' little ones coming* Nations" and "Should, We: Risk

t fraternity In this state. that.the t trial.would*>meanly upon was ,' first stationed at" .Bordeaux. half of lot' 6'of Boswell's. addition .to. to him for-an'education'were frozen Irish -War With-.England Over '
/At a meeting WednesdsLntg'hDr, ,the., charge....of disorderly, conduct; France .AluJ .then spent five 'lIIonth.atr.L KI.ilmm? : ' In and thawed ,out. And facts and the Republic Question".,He will
., C E.' Dunaway'wan(civ.nr the tank Attorney ;Johnston'withdnw bls motion : .;, Jn{J' Germany and : five 'Peals, made. in St.'CJoud property figuresat the court: house show exactly present facts every' >true J; .American

offPug.and CA"iRitehwas, given and Bass .,entered- a> plea of months. between-Coblenz and Cologneon were F;; E. Williams to Annie..,, E. what.,he has:: accomplished.' wants to know. ,

f the rank>f Esquire. .. 'Two new.*_pplle&tlouW'el'e' guilty '-The, city ,then examined! witnesses'b -;' the Rhine. Mr, Prevatt' states Hopton part of lots 9 and 10; N. G. Z. BASS ; YOUNG:CLINTON BASS DEAD: ri
.ldi' ANNOUNCES'
FOR
.Dd'the .p" ) the trial Harris.-- ;; t i that ho was the-last Oseeola county Foster Enphemia .Courson lot 21,, -
plication' Sam H. Prather was accepted. Owing l'to 'theJ *iour t>f'going' la boy to get back. '' block 6; also lot 28, section b, township -; OFFICE OF, COUNTY;JUDGE Clinton; Ain If years'old.' sou ;of. '

.of' : .' ,The meetioc' also voted a Pre" beings. ate hand ..the Gssette" 27 south 21. according to> "Z.. Bass,'who' ann uneea' hU candidacy Mr. and Mrs. Q-cIDn"BaAw"ho; have/ '
'.t\; t1\1a1 j : e N"jBa.CI' |acaunt. of the li'ETJTDUR DQG TAGS.., tfi. Seminole <
.au 'lrfotr brief the plat of Land Com- for; the offlcejof. ciunty' judge been residing at Kenanevllle. died at' "
.' Relief i ", ...."""'u,# a trial* the}detail5wUl- publish* AH -parties in Kiislmmee: owning M. ', "
to Frances ,
f fTomorrow Murphy1 in this )week's. issue of the Gazette the home of relatives in south Kis-;
t There will'be work in,th. iak...otr. eeI.1at.. I *. f dogs are notified to., see City Marshal .\ lots' 8 and .4, block ,298; has, followed the practice of jaw here simmee'last'night' He badjbeen'Ul'ainee
oJ Page at'' %b. "' 1'111ailfteetlDW t next Mr. Bass 'willbe; given Floyd Tison at once and secure their Margaret M. Armor to Malvina dBachofer for several years. Mr. BassIs a the 'early part '.January,snf...

'" *>,.....k.ud.pl..wiU--1Iai.made.. that 1 a i bearin...-beforoJudg..Tr-M....Mur1 dog tags for.the. year 1920.. ,The licenses lot. 46.and .11. block 255; genialwholesonled man,with a number faring,from, acomplication ..of. diseases. '
meeting for a banquet. about the end phy in. the county court according toorders are due now and ,Marshal sTi- Daisy;, Pilot'to.' George A.;, Belden. of friends in 'this county, who Funeral arrangements) wmw

.a.,:J' of the 'month.1' 't.\. i from 'that I tribunal. son has 'the tags/. lots 8.' 9 and, :10, block 2., V will no ,doubt rally to his support., '. OaDeed.1.ter." tl e.
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TWO THE KISSIMMEE .VALLEY GAZETTE, FRIDAY MARCH 10. 1920

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ST CLOUD', I,,: "

Born in 1839 Dr. Caldwell ( ': :

(Written,for lait'.mk.) : WE HAVE BEEN
Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Lockwood and : :

Still in His ,Office Daily ed Mr.to and Orlando Mrs. E.Monday.Frank Miller motor .

Mr and Mrs W. W.., Riley and -
. Wonderful Tiger of the founder.of Dr. CaldwelTs Syrup Pepdta. daughter Mrs. Miller,,. of Briston
Va., and Mr., and Mrs. J. H. Fergason -
Million now use big famous prescription motored to Kissimmee on Sun Looking Forward
day to attend the 11 .,o'clock,serviceat
t Ffcjraiciane. know that good-health depend largely upon proper digestion and rtlmlnailoa' \ the Methodist church.;.
; and that moat 8I cnees results from uon. No one know this better than Mr. and Mrs Gus Peed of Orlando
doctor tie practioner.DR. spent Tueada'lllight and Wednsdey
t the "family" general with Fergason. '
Mr.. Alfred Griswald, who has been to tKe arrival of a large shipment of Wire Fencing. It has la
W. B. Caldwell at Moo.. ,Mothers are giving It to their visiting his brother and wife here, come at last,.although' it ha: been pretty hard' to' freight
,IIIioo .Was and fee children who were given it by left Saturday for his home. In Minna .
through in these while railroads being
the un
days are
doetor..Tbe, whole their mothers. Every second of sots, .
rye, II' human body, not any email part the working day someone some Mrs. Beats. Mrs Mirers and"Miss scrambled. However the Fence i ii' here now and we inviteour
of it,was practice. More than where is going into a drug store to Lamont of Kissimmee called on ,Mr. cUltom.r. to come on with their order
half Ida "c.0." were on women buy h. for Dr. CaldwelTf Syrup and Mrs. Bert Gessford Sunday. H 4,
.children end babies. They are Pepda Is selling at the doves ( J' Mr. and Mrs. E., L. Miner who
the ones moat often aick. But 6 million botUes a year. have been spending the winter here
their Uloeaaea were usually of a Ita great: runner b based oo left Tuesday for their home at Sa- OUR
tit minor nature-cold*,fever,head betha Kansas. :
merit, on repeated buying on one) ?
.. UUouaoeaa- afl of aatiified user felling another. Wm W..I.iof Urbane, Ohio,
.. them required first a thoroughDr. There are thousands of homes in who .has been spending the winter
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.."-- "wereooo.Up.ted. this country that are never without aM here left Tuesday for her northern Stock of Enameled Ware
.1
.Caldwen la tie omme of 40 a bottle of Syrup Pepsin and home. :
'JeAft' practice, for be was rraoV the formulator of t.b.tnp. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace and Mr. A.
uated from Rush Medical College tioal'lortuDatel.,living to see Ita e A. Griswald left last Thursday} for
rP back In 1875 bad found a good. wonderful W100U. Johnson City, Tenn. ha been '
within This
Mr., and Mrs. J. M. Cooper and just about doubled the last few day
1tit deal of success in such CUM With'Women, children and elderlypeopla \
own containing children of Kissimmeewere St. means that we are in a position to supply you with 'x',

a ,simplesulantiv. berba withpepafaLla1892 by Dr. are CaldweU'a especially B innePepin.. Cloud Mr. and callers Mrs.last. J.'Reifschneider'andson Thursday. most anything you may want jn this line. We call special t
be decided to While it effective attention'to the and Water
is promptly on new Roaster Double-Boiler
Louis, of Tampa, were the guests ,t,
UM this formula la the mannfao- the most robust constitution and '.
a'r tore of a taedicine to be known aa in the moat obstinate cases it la DR.'W. B. CALDWELL TODAY Saturday night and Sunday of Mr. Bucket '
Bon twlfcrvlll.M._rust tf.rue'a and Mrs. Levi Shambow.Mrs. ..
Dr. Caldwell'Syrup Pepsin and lId.m t gentle in its action and ..... ..... .
of hi Issxma
.. lbs- r pr* E. C. Clark went to Tampa f
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in that year preparation does not cause Kriping and strain. arMoai.IMIn .

'picture first placed of Dr.oo CaldweU the market.that The appears narooUcaTIt Containing Is neither!safe for opiates the tiniest nor tpltt' of tta fact At that Dr. CeUwdl'i Tuesday Mr. and for Mrs.an Indefinite Edgar Gilyard.stay.; who Word Has Been Received rya:
Syrup Pepsi ft lorgoticUfig:
in have been visiting their friends Mr.
the taken
f on package WM baby and children like it and take ,
liquid laxative In the world (Jure and Mrs. Wm. Phipps, left Wednesday 1
? that, year. it willingly. bring con 6 million book wU each for their home at Elmwood 111.Mrs. that we have large shipment of Queeniw.re. Window. "
.The preparation Immediately Every! drug< r had aa great ..--in the drag well' Syrup Pepain. Keep n not yet vied it. tfwMfawf. not send Phipps entertained Mrs. Patch of few ,
atorea a* it previously bad in the bottle in your home. .Where yea name and aaarea Chicago and Mrs. Buchanan, Mrs. days will have large Mocks of these goods ready for \
.,. ---doctor..h.tepnct.ice. Today many live someone is sure to need.botat to Dr. W.- B. 5a1: Rhodes and Mrs. Durham... Wednes our patron to inspect Don't fail to see them. I
the 'third generation ia sang it. It gvickly. WmMngfea day afternoon. .
Dr. Buckmaster returned home
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;! A Tuesday from a trip to Texas, wherehe k
was called on professional busi

1j"r JANIS TONIGHT AT SAMUEL B. STORY PROMOTED TOURIST TRAVEL ness. '
ELSIE CONTINUES Judge and Mrs. Hosgland of North
.GRAYSTONE CASINO-GREAT IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY IN AND OUT OF KISSIMMEE Platt Neb., who have been guests at Osceola Hardware Co. .J
F, OFFERINGS NEXT WEExr the St. Cloud Hotel this winter left
Samuel B. Story of Kissimmee. Tourist. continue coming to Kis Wednesday for their home. ,
mile Janis, in "A Regular Girl" Fla- who recently enlisted in the simmee from various points in the ,.
b is the biff .offering tonight at the United States. navy and who is now north east and west and the India' CARD OF THANKS. Located Klsslmmee's
*. on
i Graystone Casino.. @he needs no In attached to the United States steamer tions are that the travel will continue
troduction. Henderson, has been advanced in until the latter part of next We wish to entend to the many BUSIEST. CORNERGRAYSTONE Y
, 'Devotees of the screen have in rating from fireman first class to month when there i* a general exodus friends our sincerest thanks and appreciation
' ators for them the best attractions water tender, a first class petty offi through Jacksonville, the gateway for the many acts of kindness '.
'to be .secured which will be presented cer's rating, according to the an to Florida. J. M. Gardner who and word. of sympathy during "
; at the Graystone Casinoevery nouncement just received from the look after travelers for the city the illness and death of our husband, :
u might except Sunday up to and including United States navy recruiting station continues as busy as usual and the son and .brother. We also thank one
: Friday March 26. On that Jacksonville, Fla. This officer hotel registers are filled. Among and all for the beautiful floral tri
data the'Romanes of Tarcaa will be adds those residing outside the state of butes. May the Lord bleat you alL HOTELSTEAM
. nbovrn and those rememberintr Tar- Men between 18 and 55 years of! Florida, who are registered at the MRS. FRANK JONES ,
' san of the Apes will accept the opportunity age, weighing 128 or over, who are Graystone this week are: MRS. M. B. JONES.
to... the conr/oslon of citizens of the United States: of A. F. Guy, Richmond Va.;; J. W. LEOND JONES.. I'
this .remarkable story. sound mental and physical condition, Falkas. New York City K. P. Warren FRED HARVEY., HEATED t RUNNING WATER
Wednesday night, March 24, the good moral character, and able to Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs '1 '
Hawaiian Singers and Players will read and write the English languagewho J. E. Dow ll and W. H. Dowell Detroit WHAT A Home-Like Hotel i.
lie here in "A Night In Hawaii. are Interested in the United Mich.! : C. G. Gregory and wife, IS"SPRING :
Should r a Woman Tell will be the States navy communicate'invited to Newport blew., Va.; E. P Jordan; Fishing and Beating .. Lake Toaopekaliga.Preaspt #.
i ;screen production with the Hawaiian apply to or with the Atlanta Ga.; H. W\ Cording and ..
I 'Singers, with Alice Lake in the,Navy Recruiting Officer, Bennett' wife Pittaburg dtrau.s Pa.; C. A. Cook Orleans Chicago and Efficient Service i i : : Rates OB AppBcatiea "/
srtellar role., Buildingt..Jaeltaoaville. Fl.;, or the ; J. II : New FEVER" ? .
Mary Pickford la Captain Kidd,. nearest . Recruiting Station.A La.; S. A. Barclay Baltimore Md.; ,
Jr_. is the attraction for Tuesday J. E. Cochran and wife Bradford \ BENJ. BAIRD, Maaager.
"
: March 21, and Monday. March 22 Timely Suggestion. I. Pa.; Rev. R. and Mrs. jJ.enam..m.Toronto. Ba Fair With Yourself. "Spring
Enid Bennett in Partners Three. Next time you have a cough or Canada Laura E. Ri., Chicago -
Tomorrow, 'Saturday night Shirley cold Chamberlain's Cough Rem. and Mrs. ;J. W. Bee, New York Ferer" Is Nat Jut Mental
try
; Mason will. be seen In *The Rescuing edy. is pleasant to take and you City W. H. Nickels! Bay City Mich.; Ceatrariaess. ..
,,Angel. laulk..I are sure to be pleased with the relief W. J. Burke and J. i'. Kelly Chicago.III. -
r which it affords. This remedyhas .; J. E. Stanley and wife, GramRapids LOOK TO YOUR BLOOD J. H. LINDSEY & SON
? ,The cost of disease has kept pace a wide reputation for it* cures Mich.; J. L. Beverly and I* 1
E with your old friend H.> C.' L. Butnmembel' of. coughs and colds. B. TvreeJ; Savannah, Ga.; H. O. Wil Take Pepto-Maafan;;; Tfcat Famous _______ *
Sbenboume and S.. E. -
the cost of health remains A.
the same. 'The successful treatment ,of disease Maylor, New York City: C. A. Stan- Blood Tonic. Sold ia Both Liq-. Battery Repairs
depends on its early recogni field, .Columbia. S. C; J. A. McCal- mid aid Tablet F... ; Storage and Reckarriar. Order forlNewIBatterie' : :

Subscribe for tAB Valley Gaaetta. don.LowPriced Deter and wife, Oklahoma City, ,. : placed. Geaeral car o-er-aalia. aid electrical work specialty I ia, ;.f'
.
Okla.; J. P. Schlesinger, Boston, Feel fit this spring? Feel as fine
Mass.;' R. J. McDonald and wife,Atlanta as the weather. Don't drowse and tie way of starter*, motors generators, electric irena, eta .
Ga.' D. Livingston, New York dose over your work lose, .
City; W. P. Clardy and wife, L, W. time or blame yourself for f'
Groceries Clardy and J. L. Clardy Talladega tion that with 'many people Taluabl.1 .
Ala.) C. Sheckellor Blneh.mpton. evitable as Spring itself. ; 16 Stewart Ave. +" f
: N. Y.; A. L. Carpenter and wife Remember? how in the .

Oa Saturday, March 20, we will,give yea a duce to bay yourselfaick nectady.Akron, 0.N.; Jas.Y.:A.Lee Van W.Voast Wheeler Sche-, That they was took to sulphur clear up and the blood. For ,..o ....o..o.o..ooo.o..o..oo.ooooo..ooooo.ooo... ,

d We .wU five 15.00 t. the person baynif the largest bill of Spoerton, Ga.;. Ira A. Watson Birmngham In the Spring the blood I. likely to -

feed*J'I second largest:$2.0o;, Oird largest, 100. So 'ge to it sad Ala.; J. C. Nearer Akron be sluggish, weak, and clogged with t..oo.o .o..o .o..ooo.ooo..oo..oo.o. .....o. r
't :, 0.; John 1.. Hertrais, BiminI, New poisons. It. needs beLP.
via the $5.00. The Cat Price Grocery is always doing *...tI q. Providence; William F. Hoover and Why be handicapped unnecessarily :
to Prisae On Tfcls'Contest ''Win Be Awarded:Monday March 22.,' wife. Mr, and Mrs.' V. A.. Fisher, Mr. ? Why not Jbe vigorous and red- Telegraph Orders Promptly Attended to. Opea Day aid Night 'ii

We kave':added a Eae ., Ante,Tires..' The Southern. Tin Co. 6,000 and Mrs. V. W.,Kohl. Lima 0.; John blooded, full. of "pep** and enthusiasm : Aato IleaneEISELSTEIN' ;l
Langford, Lynchburg. Va. D. Me- ?
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; aiIet, guaranteed. Call and look tkeai 'aver.p :ielfand Philadelphia, Pa.; C. & Pepto-Mangan is ''a blood tonic. .

Gold Medal Floor; 24 .Ib*.__ 'UO. Karo1'4: pound can- .20 : Wham LOul.vllle. Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. blood builder and purifier-that- has ,
'Gold Medal.Flour 12 Ibs____ 1.10 ,Worcester Sauce, bottle --- ,,.3$ Boswell New York; HowardA. become a standard In the past thirty
Lady Clair,self rising, 24-lbs 2.00 French Mnstand.'bottle . .15 I ,Kelly M. 'D.. Baltimore Md.; years. Proscribed by physicians BROS.j
Lady,Clair,,salt rising..'12-lbs'1.05 Starch, Aro._ ._.___.__ .10 Mrs R. R.' P. Bradford Philadelphia, when people are run down. and and
Airy'Fairy.: 24-lbs Pwabul'J'. 2.10 Pet.Kllk, small __......____. .08 S.E.! Mr. and Mrs.'A. S. Brooks,Miss mic.Give .
; Corn.No.2,kiln dried, lOO-lbl.cOO. Pet Milk, large ....._.:...__ .IT Russell, George Daggett Minneapolis the, children Pepto-Mangan. : 'J :aFuneral .,'
Oats' No. 2 clipped ______. 8.95 Van ,Camp. Bilk, .:_a___ ,.17' ,. Minn.} A. -W.' Homple, F. They, perhaps, deed It the most. To
Short,', 100 Iba.;"-._.:.__.____._,.; &45 Carnation Milk: ...___ .17 W, Tobey I Grand Rapids Mich.;' J. safeguard. and because Directors<& EmbalmersST. ';
', 'Butter fat;, 100'Iba.. ..._--.._:4.15Littte Best Bacon:pound.._____?_ .30' M.,, Scott and wife,' Little. Canada Spring day are' important ones in p .
.Gem Scratch Feed.-- (,80., Best Salmon .., ________: .36 ; Frank A.; Patch M....; the. school year. "Spring Fever,
Cabbag 01UId .; _..'. .05 Pink Salmon ;____ _. .ao Mr.4and.Mrs..F.M. Dunb.aehrMI.. remember. Is: real, not fancied,' and : CLOUD FLORIDA '
;, 2'" "Tallow Peaches, ..:,-, '..49 Tripe,. can ',' ,.,___.N__. J. Helen Dnnbeu h/';J. B. Dunbaugh, I. usually due, to sluggish, ; .impure ,,.', 01 : ,
Mot X ,Yellow dins -___' ,.I(" .Roast Beef, can ., ___ J15 M Verson NT Y.j; E. Johnson, Oak blood. < .
,No. 1 Pears can ...r... ; .25 Cora Beef sal;:. .___ .3$. Park,'Ill.t Ii. ;J.; Davis. Atlanta. .Ga.; Your druggist has Pepto-Mkngan! . f
No. Apricots.. cut __:..::.., ,,85 Potted MeatT .'__. ___:..' .06, lira. F. M. Hondel and sister, Paints- In, both liquid and tablet form Just /!
4k .,; No. 2 Cora can .._;:;._..:\ .IS' Vienna Sausage. 2 for.. ....' r.26 villa. Kyj S.' Lion New York. ; O.'a as preferred. Equally effective.,Make. >"
___ '.25 Tomato Mart ,Baltimore.' Md.;\ E. H. Trim.low sure you set'genulne PeptoMangan.Ask Office and Residence Ph...
No. 2 Peas, beat can. -' Soup lac 2 for._.. .25 M. Lady AUSjtr --t
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: for',. look for, the ,1
No. 2 Tomatoes, can ___. ;.11 .Vegetable Soup, 'lie, 2, for.. .25 ,:Ckndanatlti OhioSubscribe -
Seeded Raisins, pound' ___.a) :.25. ,Oxtail Soup ISc, 2 for.___' f 1.26 for tie 'Valley Gacatta. full the name, "Glide's .Pepto-Mangan. .,
Currants' 'ione pound -....._ ".IS Chicken Soup loc, 2 for.._.;' .25 on package.AdvertUement.) ,'
Arbuckles,Coer...',lb _'J: ..'...' ''AS Turtle Soup. iSo 2 for.:.....( ,:.26 r .,:r.(
'Whiw House Co ...' lb....;..: .60 Bitter'a .Pork and Beans,lie ; SPRAY '
Senate, Coffee Ib., .........., :.60 2 for ......-..........::.7 .25. TIME:TO PROFITABLY IS AT HAND .,
1. 'Cut Price Leader Coff. '__ ..45J50 :Campbell's Pork and Beans *'. --

'w :Oct.' 8oap,9e. 6. bars_,. ' ISC, '2 fOr ..-r.u.......>. JtS . T The longer; .delayed, the greater the expense :
P.' G. Soap we, 6 bars....:;., 4>0 Picnic Ham.pound ;;..;;..;._._ ;-25, Spring ShoesWe
Pela Naptha,. >., 6 bars.- '. 0JM ,Sliced Ham, pound r.....-.-' .45No. We carryhe most complete stock, in the State, goods are fresh 1'-"I
gush' 9e,. 6,ban---. ."l Pineapple, can,......:.t.85' t and we f'OIhave\ 'a large stock of a. material including: ,,,3 i
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{ .. ,25' No. 2% Pineapple ean.:.,..r .50 hare' Styles Arsenate of Lead ,
If I Coal OIL e gallon'-.::; '-t4, Macaroni lOe or 8 for...*..r, .25 moat of the Popular, Color. and In.. Copper Carbonate '
'Catsup!/.bottl. .., __...___:, M; ,8pacbattl10c" ,' or 8 for.iDRUGS ....._. ..25C'WMte'Syrop I . ; Paste and Powdered Dry Lime Sulphur )
1\6 Ib r( Biuatone. ... 1'
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can t_, __. .. n..... .60 ,Turpentine bottle .,.._.,__ Bordeaux Pans Creen. 1,
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'1 1-2 Ala_- _J4 "CalDphor Louis ____.__ ..20 Men Ladles and Children Pyrox "
Rolled Oats. 9e Ib.. 8 lba.y .. .25 Asperin Sfablets, 5 gr. bottle .20 .Caus c Soda Sulphur Flour.. Flower : i.
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64 Grits,;6e Ib-' 10 lbsA _.. .4SO Sweet Spirit Niter bottle:.._. .15.. TARGET BRAND WHITE ttY ,!
Meal.; 6e Ib. 10 Iba: ._a_.;. .410 Epaom Salts, pkg. ___.... DESTROYER FOR WHITE FLY AND SCALE:
4 Navy Beans,,15e Ib- 2 lbs_ ,,.25 paene- ,_-L.......... .05 I Walk-Over For ,Men Of We have 20,000 feet of half inch three braid Glide I
:- Lima Beans, Ib. ISc. :2 lba.. 4)5 SUIJIhari\\ODe1' and __'_..: 4(5 Hose best the Spray 1
18. Ib 2 ,.... .85 on market; hardly possible to kink fc: will .'
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Baby Lbnas. ; n. 18e and. ......_. .25 .- un'I' '
Cow peas, 16,11 8 Iba..,;M', JiO ,Carbolic Add bottle.___ .20 Red Cross :For Ladies limited pressure. Ready for immediate. shipment. .Fresh nock. ?
Pure Leaf Lard,, _>____...', M, Quinine,.bottle...:;..:;..._._ .25" just received from the factory. L .. :
For 'the convenience* of our' customers ''we have added->a few nails .' BITE FORJUTEST 1f '

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ti : WITH h HEAVY ',COlD? Wide An!Educator,Experience' "ENDORSES'I'ANLAC. ---1": .i 1 ,are ,afoot., 'high-- "


.DU .. M .'Rollins county superintendent ,"Money. CoaJdat Boy The Good' It
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Don't =Ire ,It, .'' cnaaee to of Pinellas. county, who is a Did Me,," Say Ho.. A, R. ._? you.will'like this Camel

"..t 'In"-use. Dr. King's candidate for state superintendent of Andertosv, Turkish
instruction has lone token a '
''J New Discovery. .public prominent part In state-wide-<<.educai "Money could-t; buy the good and:Domestic, '
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.JyJ.. (, "f'f ,L. | ..A "' /f3j tlonal' matters?Mrh\HolUns ''first cam Tanlae has ..done) me; and I'' gladly blend .
> i- f .' ': 4 v. i/* i Into educational prominent* ;through recommend it for what ,it has donein ) u"I
dangerous stage.where case" laid Hon. Archie R.
his-record as principal .of the Clearwater - my
I I.,.. cold or conch or case of grippe. high school' dur1ng '-1908-m2, Anderson, of: Houston, Texas, Ex f
,,,.,d. "' might get the better of you may inclusive In 1912 when' Pinellas Sheriff of Harris County, recently.
I" 'action than you think. Prompt Mr,_ Anderson It. unquestionably
.' with Dr. Kings Mew Discovery county 'W.Il..J.ted: he was appointedby
." will avert a long, siege. .'s Oov.fGiichrtht to fill the of file ofcounty" not only one. ef the best,known, but
For ... It has loosenedTcongeeted superintendent and has held one: of the/most popular men whoever -
chests, dissipated tight-packed this office continually for nearly nine 'htd public office in the state of
phlegm broken vicious: colds and Texas. ,After' serving' as" Deputy
coughs Give, It to the youngster-. years. c Active Worker. Sheriff of Harris County for twelve
,\ take It 70ur elf. There will be no dial: -x .5 I 4 elected
I years, Mr. "Anderson was
gre able after-effects. ' ir.Vi':' '. :; ,In 1817! Mr.' Collins... a,big fae* '
Chief of Police, of the city of Hous
eoc. and.. ,Give rL20 It a a bottle.At triaL ,70UIdraaP.t' tor in'ee of ring a bill the to passage take for advantageof by''voca legislature ton.short, He'time had occupied when this the Sheriff office onlya 'of a' :1.. :L. : : .2L. '

Smith-Hughes money Harris County died. Mr. Anderson'sfriends
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'' tional education and !at.--.pe him ,to make the
; Bowels,Become) Normal Sheats'to persuaded
panted by Superintendent .
race for the unexpired term or Sh.r.Uf'
; 'liver livens tip bile flows : represent the state at a meeting' in ,to which .he was easily elected.He .
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headache, biliousness. Washington' where plans were:: madeto
was honored with re-election seven
tomacn-etfnrne, loseppear take care of the allotment to this I the t A5I.
different tunes and served
Klnfs New Life PUle get, In theti in chairman :
state; 'Again1 1919, as' -
office forfifteen '
in 'this -
. natural.-comfortable action. < of the county'.superintendent's; ;:; committee people consecutive important Then Mr. < ..... .N .....,-...., S
: Purgatives, never pleasantly corrective 'years.; .
he helped through,the legislature "--L -----
ti' sometimes babft-fonalng.-'should Anderson declined re-election and retired
pot be taken'to rack the system vlojV the state-wide compulsory education ,to private life. He has cast YOU.never got such cigarette-', ::::::::'
f, : 'ent Nature's way: Is the way of Dr.VT law.' M'r. Hollins is also the his lot'among the people of Houston Camels- hand ____ _' w.
, King. New Life Pills.-.gently but author of the bill to abolish the county and is a large property''owner'and as .-.U..I"'I.,., ....
arm functioning the bowels, etlbnV and this .}
y treasurer's office to place' and "
foremost citizen of that Interesting you. 'Caine19. quality expert .
bating the InteetlDe-dogglng waste,and money. la banks thus allowing the ;
promoting the most gratifying result. and prosperous cit,. R. J. RBTNOLOS
accumulate interest annd hacreasing blend of choice
fund to Turkish and choice
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Cleanse the system with them end 1 was, in a rundown'condition, TOBACCO CO.
: know the boon of regular bow.... lOG the sum.Usuwsl. continued Mfr Anderson, "and had no Domestic Tobaccos' make this ;t ,wiii.insni...M.a.
.at all Orogguta, '. Support appetite at alL I could hardly sleep .. .
The Hollins club of Pinellas countyis at night and never felt like getting goodness possible-and make '."
r behind Mir. HoJJins and to up in the morning, I was so., tired. you
; 0. r. KRIBBS VAKKR1CANW. elect him, to thu office for pled be I had-rthe worst form of indigestion, prefer this Cornel blend to either
,. STBBDRJUBBS is a candidate and they are receiving suffered all the on my t
;'' the stomach and was continually belching kindoftobaccosmokedstralghtl
AKERMAN AND STEED, unusual support- throughout : ,
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.... ... act ......_ .t, a..w. state. The Pinellas superintendent up undigested-food I had to
-- .stss..w., ........... announced his candidacy as follows! take my coffee .without sugar I -Camels -mellow-mildness_ is... .
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"If elected 'pledge Jou--my-.u woa141usVbetlirfor :
,\ S..r.1 .r*.tlM la all ...*.W"C.ltatatee .. preme efforts -to the end that every bloat and swell up like I was poisoned revelation! Smoke them with Q .
VeraW. have the and suffered with ,
f Soy and girl in Florida may neuralgic painsof .
best educational advantages the state the wont sort, and-nothing seemed freedom without tiring your taste I'I
CRAWFORD can possibly give. to helpme only In. a temporaryway.
ATrORNET.AT-LAW .." I just can't tell you how I,did They; leave, no unpleasant* cJga
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suffer for the four. w.'andap '
f'tk! Offices 8,.*, 5, e, and 7 Cltiiens CAN'T BE BEATEN FOR to the time I past began taking Tanlae, retty aftertaste nor' unpleasant -

;. Bank Building.k a few weeks ago. cigaretty odor 1 1
"When I read the testimonials of
Klaslmmee, : I ,1 Florida COUGHS AND COLDS some who bad been relieved of troubles -

\k.,' t ,J>> like mine I Just felt like I Give Camels test-then .
'. DR. .. J. DENNING Dr. Wiffiasu 101 Teak Abe Ideal couldn't make a' mistake by taking every : '
6. TreatmentThree Tanlae and it has done even morefor compare them puff-for-puff with elm : titwwcsfc
DENTIST. Malaria and Grippe
j Per me than I had expected., I began "v. "
?,'. Successor to Dr. W. W. Carson.I to feel better alter taking 'my ,first any cigarette in the world 1 /' '/
Iron Quinineand
-, Over the Postofflee. Magnesia compounds, have known, value in bottle. and have Just now started on ,' .- . .
1ato my third and I'm a different man al- r
o.-ncm HOURS: t t. ISilO. the treatment of Cold., Malaria and
ready. I sleep like a log now and
I Of Ice Phone 1M. LaGrippe.' Quinine clears out the ,
eat just everything I want withoutthe '
disease germs from the blood. of-its Magnesia slightest discomfort afterwards. STEAM PRESSURE CANNER. standpoint,' a thing to'be'' considered. -- The"Beet I.x U....
purges the whole system I-am glad to endorse Tanlae because Any d..irecI.tempera may be obtained >> 'My sedentary habits ha"e'11aC8.*,
LEWIS (TlEYAllATTORNEYATLAW accumulated poisons. Iron strength through! it, do. the work and I'm belling,all There are several types of pressure under pressure.. This fact sitated the use of an.occasional lax
the
en..Dd; invigorates body my friends just what I'm telling yon. canners suitable fop home use not only shortens the time that most .ti... I have tried many but haft
\ 1 the blood. ssful I never felt better in my life than now on the market. Miss Sarah be'spent in canning meats and vegetables found.nothing.better, then Chamber s ''
All are necessary to a suc Williams' I do since taking Tanlae. I am willing Patridge, state home demonstration ,, but ,the high temperaturethat Iain's Tablet.- writes George D. '
Waring Building. treatment. All are in Dr. for you to publish my statementand says that while the original may be so 'obtained more surely Daniels, Hardwick: Vt. Mr. DanleUis "
proportioned.That's
101 >correctly is universallyknown let every suffering person who agent greater than 'that of the hot destroys the' bacteria and pores that proprietor of the ,Hardwick, Inn

;.. .s. ,... .. ,O- P. Garret! and why used.101 Tonic may wish, benefit by my experience' water canners in general use the causes. products .to spoil. one of the modern. hotels of New
with this medicine." that the does
great fact pressure canner England. ,
i JOHNSTON GAREE1TATTORNEYATLAW 25c and COc. bottles' for.sale at yourdrug i Tanlae is sold by all leading drug the work in a minimum of timemakes Have. you been vaccinated" recent '

i store.MRS. gists. .. I its value from an.-economical lit . Welcome the. tourists" ,--

' and 12 CitUens Bank PAVER, GIVES LOVELY ,
V Offlees 10, 11 .
_. Mrs. L. H. Ingram. Mrs. N. C. Paver -
: PARTY.One .
[, Building Mrs. H. C. Piano, Mrs. J. D. Wood-
i': m..tlD..* IuJJ. of the loveliest- parties.of, the beck. Mrs. Howard\ Anderson, -Mrs. .
r' M. D. Alexander Mrs. W .. 'Steed.
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entire season was given
, W.THOMPSONFuneral ternoon by Mrs. N. C. Paver, ofyCfn- Mrs. H. C. Boles, Mrs. D. W. Alder :1H
R cinnati Ohio, who is ''among Klssim- man M..I'S. H. Bullock, Mrs. George :
Director mee's moat prominent winter resi Gardner, Mrs. M. O. Wells, Mrs. P. I ,
dents. Mrs.; Paver received her C. Buttorff, Mrs.- Jamel''..A I Allan,
i'l Mrs. Clay Johnson and Misses Mil-
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:' \ guests at 1>1... Buttorff tea roomwhere
T'1(, , AND an artistic arrangement: of dred Turville, Frances' Bay, and Miss

blgnonia vine was an attractive reminder Ullrich _

LICENSED IMBALMRf of spring. CARD. OF THANKS. '
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enjoyed
Four tables of guests --. ,
bridge throughout ,. .the afternoon] We! wish to entend to .our,many es"4"
: Stop and Chapel, Stewart A... hours, Mrs. 'Howard, Anderson receiving friends our heartfelt thanks for.their ,'I _

,f"- 4 OCt.lm..... ..... as a a prize handsome; Mrs. J.clung A. Allan centerpiece of illness kindness and and death sympathy of our beloved during wife the \ '-

I Toronto Canada, was. the winner ofa and mother and for the many beautiful
dainty vase and Mrs. D. W. Alderman floral 'offerings. May God'sblessings
1. ; was consoled with a pretty tape them.T. .
M. TILLER i if measure in a blue enamel case G.. DUKE, Father. S s
At the conclusion of the games EDWARD/ DUKE. _ '' V
Real Estate Agency. : the ,ladies were served in the dining RUBY DUKE., 7 $ % : \ \ .' \ ', bN y\ \ 11i
tables '
where two dining were
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.., I I--- lovely in their array of dainty accessories. MRS. B. G. METHVIN.. 6 I \ N:: %
a Realty bought and I 1cL.' They were-laid with handsome 'MRS. J. J. OVERSTREET. / L I \ \\1"-tI I\ _
Houses rented. clung luncheon sets and centered 'ChUd8n.I M1 1 / r '
Taxes paid and r..ariiad'for ; with silver baskets, filled ::,with ,.' DeraI1; IUL rr It r,1 e 1 1aF..lw.
Marchiel Neil roses, resting on reflectors. I :'Cleanliness .and fresh air *.. 'the /
nonresideots.Fira .: At each end of. the .tables two rreatest''enemies of disease'SCAUCO : I
1 'Ufe*and ',Acddmt.laI I were' tall\ellver""candle sticks ''d.corated'
: ; ' .... -with,a-.single ,',rose ,held in t 1 J
,turanca.' , -30ad..' : place with a knot .of..delicate green lt .
indemnity ribbon. '_ Hand< painted place cards '
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which seated the'guests;and the delicate
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white' and gold china further
., ,."vl.Jt \ I carried out the white, green and gold M1 tAv r lit these days of rugs, highly polished, floors are most essential '

color Dainty'scheme'Sandwiches which J prevailed.;. fruit -'salad, '' ? S and inasmuch as they fare subjected to constant wear' the' greatest car*, .

: DR. BUCKMASTER with whipped cream, confections and .' should be exercised In finishingthem* ./;
Tttt OftyAT
hot coffee were included Jn the menu. ,. u
Befofe the ladies,were seated Mrs. ram, COOCCBS' ', Hardwood floors properly varnished with Pea'GSM Sped/lcafJon Woo?: .

r Paver, made 'a .clever toast to .Mrs.L. \ resist marks do :showscratches- not crack and are*
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KISSIMMEE'S: .. II. Ingram saying.this: event.was 'r Varnish not ..will ; ,
t : in honor,of her natal day. Mrs. In MAXWELL HOUSE. Y not!affected by hot or cold water. '
gram-was given the seat of honor; at I '

: ,;: OSTEOPATH, .,! I the large table' while 'M....; 'Pa' verpresided COFFEEI !.'..'J\. .. care and expense,such floors are easily kept spIendMI L '
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bility and" .' Boiler, ''lniuiance.Legal ,,' ."- 1 ,ft < u '" Fresli.Meats;. ;;::ti .i,::' <: "I 'r .m ooAA..k'fer Free ..H"-.Tfc**f erferis'MmUJod ofttt 1Nw...&bp Need. *"....jar sot i ,

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FOUR #f THE ,KISSIMMEE VALLEY,;'GAZETTE FRIDAY MARCH It, 1920 ,

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tie springtime the decapitated will was cowardly and uncalled for' in our I -
:V ,KISSIMMEE ALLEY GAZETTE chirp like chickens with their beads Further Commen'tUp'onAssault judgment and we trust such puniebmentwilf i
cut off. : .'be 'admlniatAlred a* a case '

'.......... Every', ..ree.h .p' On of this kind would merit.;' .We cannot
\ ............ "allvr Om*" .. United Senator Park,Tram- believe that the good people of these 'R f'figerat Ors
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p mell bas- requested the Valley Gazette Editor W B.'HarrisFICHTlNC' counties he is seeking to represent

.. "w., .. ......... ......... to wit him In adding tQ his : in the state senate will become parties -
I4 0., "'_ As.ow..mt.ry 'Who to his crime by giving him their
list. names of hi* constituents i
_ ySIV.P"- '. .. .. -. M*. 11 desire garden seed when the next HIS WAr 'TO"o'SENATE vote. In his suffering ana loss of an

-: ...kM*..... HfltMl distribution is made. .The Gazette I Fred Ban of Osceola county has eye Mr. Harris hasnhe deepest sympathy + Ice Boxes Chests
a Oae Copy, On* T.ar...__...._|S.o take. this method of, informing the i in .of law-abiding citizens ,
started to his
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One Copy tats )(ontb&..__...... 1.0. of the wishes of Senator earnestly "fight" throughout the state.-The PoU 1
r One .Oo jr. ThrM M.ntb>_.u.._ .6' people way to the state senate. He began bi Record.
TrMimell and if anyone want garden rouging out the right eyeball of W County
All eommanlea-tlene except from ontborlB4 seed they may hare them bj B. Harris,' editor of the Kissimmei a
oori-MpondeBU: mast blano > communicating with him at Wash, The Florida Christian Advocate,
: br th. wrlUr.K Valley Ga..ttet because, -forsooth,,
Fla. March
Lakeland 1920.
16.
_ *)...*. matter will not be retsraxsrnl ington p. ,C.Announcem.nt. Editor Harris did not give him s Harris Editor Fireless Cookers

011x1 for.. Is made' b,. 'Br1.ni "freereader"nouncement. with his--1' paid an- "Mr.Gazette.W. B. , 'Valley' Duplex : 'V

.ooad-olwtmau.n- that.in' the future he and "Dear Brother Harris:
.1 In Snrler/aa.so ;) Bowden Of course, Bass claims that it was "I was shocked at reading' in. the .
; Wallace J., Davis of Bowling Green
not because of the. refusaL No. no.
of. trouble and have
Mo. will 'conduct the Okeechobee: papers your .
It was because Harris called him a
News,' succeeding S. J. Triplet!, who name. But in a very-naive way he beenn hoping that 'we would hear Adelphia and Dixie :
iJMefR has been in charge of thaiica. makes"the assertion that the name that things were not as bad as. at
tion for some time. Mr. Bowden first reported in the papers.
was called after be had. given the
"Of course this will all react, like
states will be made in
improvements editor a good dressing down and had .
the which will be enlarged to a boomerang and the man who soforgot
paper demanded, an "apology", under thepen.lt Oil Stoves
eight ., Success to the neWmenat himself as to'"pluck'out'theeye
pages i of a good beating from him : of Kisslmmee's faithful editor, .
the helm. for not giving the free, space. "
'will be swept from the deck alongabout
Bass is a strapping 'bie fellow. voting time but that' don't ,
W.; A: McRa.comml..lon.r of agriculture putt
\ Harris is small and has passed V
back.
is urging a' system,of good your eye
through an. Illness which has madeIt
roads for the entire state of Florida.It difficult for him tor even perform "I am writing this 'just to assure
rArE Pack will millions of dollars you of my sympath' and my prayers -
cost
to build them many ne asserts, and as I the editorial duties of the paper. for you in this time of suffering."Yours .
r Physically he is meat for a sixteen i
real estate and personal propertyare cordially"D. i C. H. Grantham "
already too.. heavily tax-ridden year cular.old qualification boy. Really for'state, it is no senator-partl- B. SWEAT iV

,FRIDAY,, MARCH' 1', '1920 motor vehicles and gasoline can andshould ship to beat up and gouge out the "AssociateEditorkM I ;; ,
the tax. The. vehicle.
pay eye of an editor,like Mr. Harris. St. Cloud March 14, 1920.
"Sensational! Robbery on Broad- use the roads.. Commissioner McRae Bass has demonstrated*' at least editor
Mr. W. B.: Harris ) Valley Gazette
..wayIs a.newspaper headline. But i. addressing various committees up- o-the satisfaction of a county where Kissimmee .
Fla.
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that was in little New York not; the on the subject and hi. recommendations the citizenry is like ours here in My Dear Mr. Harris: KISSIMMEE AND ST. CLOUD. ,

.o eeola county metropolis?; are'wise one. Lake, tha( he is'not a' fit man to It is with deep feeling of sympathy
whom to entrust affairs of public that I address this letter to
Herbert:'Hoover has opened nls The 'Lakeland .Weekly Advertiser Importance. It is only the man whose H.vtneead of the brutal attack you. .
headquarters for president in Hotel offers an excellent .suggestion regard mind is mediocre to be as charitableas with "
you by Mr. Bass a man, -
PennsylvaniaNew York. It is a to a paragraph in the Gazette it is possible to be. who will so far whom could not hope to In r
certainty he will/ not carry'the:state of March 0 last about small boy. be- forget himself and so far'permit his a physical you encounter and having cope -, '

.by' that name.Kentucky ./-_\ with lug too small'promiscious' rifles., Both shooting comments birds nasty temper to govern him. "Sen had the story' related; by one of the
atonal to like Bass .
-courtesy" a man> leading business men of your 'city; .
has'legalized boxing. A. follow has demonstrated himself to be,
Bathing Caps
I[ had hoped to call on you Saturday,
the state noted for beautiful women Parents of small boys in Kisslmme would be; . myth a fairytale for but my train was so late getting In
denied it. should atop them from shooting
and fine horses has been children and intellectuals.ThereL .
that; 'I it However I tru.tthatthere"9iIl'bea'1Jftlteded'ort4)f
their air rifles on the street and vacant gave up. j
eye opsnor"It will now proceed midnlgedtoryeelosing -. only.onethingforBasa
: :- -' T tracts of I.nd--ta..thr-elty. "Th M to do if he really is of senatorial cal. the; of the State to discredit
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boys are shooting robbins, mockingbirds fibre and merely let his temper getaway the man who made this cowardly Made fA.' Faultless Rubber
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The soliciting committee of the Jaybirds and .blackbirds, which with him on this 'occasion.This attack' upon you. The vote of the lIJ'l
board of trade that successfully secured is a violation of the statutes. The is to at once withdraw hi. name district of which he requests will, be 'I
-$6,000 for the advancement of young mind does not 1 realize! this. from 'the list of candidates. This is watched to determine the number'- of
it And there is always the danger of astray
the thanks of
Kissimmee. deserve seemingly >a paradox suggesting that voters who could possibly indorse
,everybody .Likewise.'those who subcribed. bullet striking an adult or the man withdraw if \he Is capable.of this man's action.I , V 'PaasV .
or i( ;:
'. ." +" : ...' , child with fatal or severe injurious filling the office, but it U not in real- trust that your injury will not l'V .! '
/ f ) effeet-JU..lmm. Gazette. Just get I.
but strict If he
ity anything justice. continuanceof '
Lady Astor is, getting. after: the the boy to join the Boy Scouts, does not withdraw, we expect Osce incapacitate,.our'l'OOd you and for fearless a work In Easter-Egg I'

'woman of Great 1 ;Britain who,wear Brother Barns, and you will have no ola county to refuse to permit him Osceola county, and I know fear will
t Aigrettes land favors the law in America more trouble along this line. Scouts to sit with our state senators .t'Tal- not deter you from puraueing the
v governing them., Practicing know how to treat living things at lahassee. Leeeburg Commercial course you know is right. I. Dye
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.what ahe preaches Lady. Astor wears lome. and in the woods, and will March 12. '20. An intense feeling of repulsioncomes
the plainest toques. keep: .boys not touts from doing with human Instincts
over anyone -
much damage fat other lines. A to. the Tiraes;
Unjon
dispatch when they think of a giantof
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The city commissioners of. Jacksonville I from Kissimmee state that W.* B. a man gouging the eye out of a
refuse to save the palm trees FLETCHER AND CATTS. Harris, editor of the Valley Gazette man in no respect his physical equal

in the center of one of 'the. main had his right eye.gouged.out.Satur -like unto the feeling, experienced Central Drug Store ,
the state'have
thoroughfarai'of'that"elty. Weare Newap.pera'Df gen
day in.n unexpected assault by when a- cowardly ruffian -attacks a
clad we do nothave Vrc ; clt'fathID erally adopted 'a sane view of the Fred M. Bass, candidate for the state small boy. The honest men of your .',
r ers Kisilmmee. coming senatorial race in which Sen- senate from the Nineteenth district should hands to that
., Bounty join see
ator Duncan U. Fletcher is to be
op- all because Editor Harris failed to justice be done you and to eliminate Phone 41
'Tbe"Florlda"preu'' is coming out poNd' b" Sidney J. C.tta. at present accompany Mr. Bass' announcementwith nhuman human being from their

strong'against''. Osceola politician way rovernor. They have considered the a reading notice. '. midst. I:
r'of' making newspapers give' a candidate ! two men on their merits and without Mr. Bass is said to be about 6 feet With sincerest regrets' for your,

; favorable free'' publicity by partisan prejudice. Typical 'of the 8 inches tall weighing 200 pounds, unfortunate condition and high personal +0< . ...................ooo..o .......oooo... .. ....
fc* ticking your''thumb 'into' his e.e.- editorial expression 1s that of the I while Editor Harris is a small m.n..nd esteem. I am truly yours, c .1
Tampa Tribune.' Gainesville Sun which says: one of the most popular editors L. L. LUCAS.You I . r
Without any Intention of writing in the state. In the scuffle the editor are at liberty to use this let- .00..0..0.0..0.. ,

ti, Dr. J. W.; Simpson states be' win bitterly about \the one or, in mere fell Bass on top, .who gouged Harris'right Mr, in any way you see fit. 10."
look after that matter of the train partisan laudation of the other, of eye, the fingernail destroying L. L. LUCAS. ,1
announcer'at the Union station at, these two candidate. for the United the optic rendering him sightiest-.in: 1

Jacksonville, calling, out Kissimmee.He States .senate ... want briefly, to that eye for life. The assault 'of Fred M. Bass candidate Romance ofFriday
will do it if he has to take a pair compare these gentlemen and their If for no other reason this one act for the state senate from the 'j
of forceps and drag it"out. of him. I fitness for the high and exalted office should give Mr.' Bass "a black eye"at 'Nineteenth senatorial district upon .

.1 for which sale are running. Let the primary that would forever Editor W. B.' Harris, of the Kirsim- ,1
The former Mrs. ,Jack Dempseystates u. say for the of fairness, thatthey knock out his political aspirations. mee Valley Gazette Saturday, was a
she is willing to toll all she are both men of ability. Let Tavares. Herald.A blot upon the fair name of the whole '
knows about the .pugilist's alleged is quickly add that they are not, state of Florida. The mere idea of
efforts to evade the draft.' Now that however men of equal ability. No BRUTAL ASSAULT. a man of this caliber aspiring to the :
Ta
she Is divorced she is not in so much man regards Governor Gate as a State Senate to make laws for us ' rzo n; :,
danger of having to evade manof the intellectuality of Senator Our sympathy goes to W. B. Harris law-abiding citizens to obey seem : -

J.Ck'dR.j Fletcher. But Governor Catta is a editor of the Kissimmee Valley like a joke to us, and Bass ,should '" ''

The' State Road Department cannot I man of a certain kind of ability.. The Gazette, who has suffered the lose of be made to suffer.the full penalty of :.,1"1:": ,."' ../' ., ., "" ,:.; "' ., '
fix the time too soon for the Os- dangerous thing about him; is that one eye in an assault upon him by Ills inhuman act. Mayhem is a pfet- .. i <;
ceola-Brevard County delegations. to 1 h. prostitutes that ability by) using Fred M. Bass, a candidate, for the ty serious offense and editor Harris '. ,
r meet- full membership of-that organization It in a demagogic .manner.. In''the state .senate from Orange Osceolaand should -see to it that this man Bass -
looking the completionof campaign speeches he is now making Seminole counties. is placed where he will do no more March 26th
the road between.,Kissimmee and he falls into slang and into fulsome Bass entered the Gazette of fice and eve-gouging for some time to come. "It
r Melbourne.'' ,. laudation -of.himself. When he ran complained because he had not received There has been in the past too muchof ]
for governor he attracted attention expected notice of his candidacy this kind of outrageous conduct .
1 'The board'of trae Is getting off because hi. methods were novel and and becoming abusive he was permitted to 'go unpunished in our "

V to a good start and at the same time new. In trying the same method. ordered out of the office. Later, hemet state, and for us to take our proper CASINO
Is 'f.. ine Its way carefully. Eliminating over again he attracts but little at- Harris on the street and demanded place among the other great states .
politic. in V the organization tention.His audiences no' longer an apology, and on Harris of the country it must cease. Florida .
was the wisest kind of action.' Tak- TOW wild at his crude sallies. In at stating that he ,had nothing'for I has too many splendid possibilities THEATRE 1

lug ample time to secure,th. proper> lout .one instance an audience once which to; apologize' knocked' him laid at her door by an all-wise crew .. .'
kindof, secretary likewise. devoted to him/ sat silently through down and stock one of his fingers in tor to permit men of the Bass !
f his-speech: ''and then !vociferously-* Harris' right eye the nail penetrating to: ruin her prospects. ,Bass should .,:.
IL \!1 An" .Associated, ,Press story from piau dad at the mention of the name the pupil and cutting loose the be kept' extremely busy keeping out

1' ,"'Saa: Antonio, Texas, tells of McGraw. of Fletcher. The masses of the people lens' so that Harris will. be .permanently of the penitentiary' without,attemptng ,' 25 35 50 cents

manager; of ,tbe Giants, 'favoring know now that Governor Cattss blind in that eye.. .. to break Into the state. ..enat..- -, .
Ii "'. ,r..mall .towns for spring trainingcamps.and not of senatorial; size or made of Harris is "small In statue :and Lake Wales Highlander, 4 :
then' concludes by saying senatorial timber. Senator Fletcher weight,,while Base..., young' nan
'"*in the spring of 1919. be put human 1* dignified but affable. His mind is six feet high and -weighing 200 :''Gouging the ,eye o{ an editor Would .... . . .. ... ....o... .oo..oo..oo... . .. .. ....
training at' Gainesville, trained and logical. WIth the politeness teem to be a poor ,way to secure

Ukrongh Tla; a' mere a hamlet. That's. calling 'and polish of a Chesterfield be Var.rdiy ., votes: for a ..legislative position. :1'I ,
., 4'. a name. I ls yet aggressive and bold.' There is Tampa Times.; J
Gainesville
no hint of the' demagogue In' his with Fred, M. Bass, Editor W. B. V John and after March 22;the
uThe ''Gainesville News says ..alJaaUthe character. He is not given to boastulness Harris of'the Kissimmee. Valley Gazette ;Just, as we get Barleycorn : will be 16 pounds for lOc Pri3", i':'.",
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He knows his burled along comes Sir Oliver Lodgeto more 6c cuts will '
the' ballot Is or self-praise.. had an gouged out and Notice .
daywhen ,i eye "
tell
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there Is death. '
legfdiV Heranb us life after \
it.
,the 'women of Florida." The duty and faithfully performs has,entirely lost the sight of that I
ture,should see to l'ltha .the w.l18 with.the best. in-the senate of Bye. Bass is said 'to be a young 'St.;Cloud, Fla,'March 14, 1020.. .' ICE> A COLD sToRAGE '
theballot.. the ,United States. He has. been a 'whil. Harris U small man. CO. ,' :- -* i '
opened for them to secure riant a when colds and influenza/rack u., *:
k ,,-Amen, brother:, but' it appears tons althful servant of the people and.bs" Mr.' Harris has.the'sympathy.of his Our old friend Bacchus .cannot back R. T. BUTLER Manager. ,
that some legislators have entlre- entitled to the pl.udld-J'weU done. brother editors. In his affliction. u. .' . -
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COVERNOR"CATTS.AND ,
women' vLet. DRAW $32.000 YEAR, FROM FLA.. After recounting-the.- attack upon t\DoeS

.. r Lieut.., ;CoV' Harden have the , ---- Editor W.. B. Harris by Fred V M, What Your Poultry feed, Costto Produce a Dozen %&? -

'.t. ;facto and figure on ;.waterways traffic The Washington .:correspondent of. Bus the Florida Chief' of I' 'Winter' ,
in this section for 1919 as soon aspossible. he Baltimore,' MdL, Sunrecentl, Haven says' '' '
., We(went an appropriation pent some time in Florida'securbn I Mr. Harris has many friends ,ln Poultry keeper. generally lou'slght': of'tbe fact that the most Important question in" the ry production:, : '
for' locks and'' Kissimmee and surrounding data about. Governor Catts and this vicinity who will deeply sympathize of Florida egg is' the cost of feed per dozen, and not the cost per ,bundled idozen o<. feed.., Our'> letters fromr

V country will boom. The among it was ,-the amount of mtoney with him in his af dbn., .As poultry keeper now,show that the average, feed cost for about thirty cents. < i'N
traffic Is'ready.; ',All needed U the the state U paying in salaries to the to Mr. Bass we do not know him but and that.the eggs on some-farms cost more than forty cents per dozen"fo/feed" .alone!, ,,and.., reports. h
deepening! of the V''I waterway by .congresalonal members'of the family of the governor his action in this matter-should certainly ,from a feW.ehowthat'' their fead.co.t.'onIT fifteen cents :per dozen",eggs. ;; -

;'appropriation.If .' fcho are holding office in this make sure his election. 'What PlaUe'' Feeding' Direction zed Phile P.nltFeed ,. ... ; .. ,.
commonwealth by virtue of appointment a credit it would be to the di.trid'toelect '. '' ;
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will of '
produce eggs-at-a-cost thirteen to sixteen cents
dozen.It
Cary A.'Bardee Is'elected goTer- of' the chief n.cutlvt'o( the a-man'to make>' laws ',who has ; per' stands to reason that :" ?
who has made poultry keeping a specialty for more forty, years has, learned how to feed ,
I nor and Duncan: U. Fletcher .1* re stet;. inch a strong regard for decency, and Vtqmake poUltry feed that will produce:eggs ,at the lowest j; E
possible cost That
turned the: Senate It look like W. conclusions;which are now go- Fairness and the laws of his country. is why ;E. W't
Flub baa made''ereat'.ucce.. of the poultry buslnes. and .,
can other
help
to
'the member of the Catts wiU Ins the rounds of 'the state ..are. a* Certainly the people of the Nineteenth .re.ulta. : get. just. a.Tgoodone.. '
bust ."' district will see to It that Mr . .
for .
all have to'get out and follows: ., '"" ,
real -johl-Ha.tinlrl' 'Herald.' And DauchterPrlvate'.eretaf7. ; sal.Stater Bass gets :what he so, :richly,deserves. .4 ? Wk FoDowisg Pkfla'i Feeding Directions r
:that'982,000' "'paid it In, ary $2,000 a year, : | ,_. the bens Will''consume two 'pounds of 'mash feed to one pound of scratch feed. The mash feed Is "" "'

,,be ,a' little. ,more, equitably distribut Daughter Secretary: Boardof. This seems to.be regarded by some less'apemlve I and contains'. more .u.formme. material, and that I. why it should be fed to' pr0.- ,
t '--.. ' Institutions. and Board 'of Par- rough-necks in Florida as ,open season duce eggs.at,the lowed cost.. "" k ,.. ,

dons; salary $1,000 s' ,.ear. for editors. Not long ago .'one 100 Yearfiac, Heas'SteuLI Uy 180, Dezen 'Em !Ie, Oae Month .
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Paris, ; France, bachelor are,;In.. a Son Adjutant general of. the Ray ReId'pounced upon Editor L. W ,.
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road -rush' to b.married to escape' a .tata;"salary $9,000 a year. '' Bloom,*II''of ,the Lakeland Star,, ,and .' pmLO'.BRANOteed.wUl;" ,cost, '30.00to,: feed 100 hens per month, or sixteen cents and.1 ,two'mnla '
of Son Naval stores inspector polled ,hi. facial beauty.for.several per: dozen., c' ,
'tax placed upon the,state celibacy. ok.a .. ;
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Something similar ,to a marriage West Florida; fees! about $..000. days. ?This, week,: at .Kissimmee a VV / 100 Pmlbfai SkevJd Lay 200' Demi Etc b $.. Meaty \,

.tamped. in this country ,to 1 escape I year. man named Fred M,. Bus -jumpedon PHILO BRAND feed will cost! JS5.00 to f feed 100 pullets one month that are laying at the of\ '
rate !
:the,draft., More'proof''that+woman Son,-Harbor master at Key West' ; to Editor W. B. Harris, of- the .. ',egg. .ach.Tl t reduce :.the cost of; feed to ,twelve, .conta.and an mils for dozen v <.- >.
ts ne sasa man' existence: and I fees in excess of $1,000' a year.- ' Valley Gazette, and gouged ,out
yet some tithe so-called gallant sex Son-in-law-Tax. collector'of Dna right eye These incidents are calculated :; Twi 'n..... Pouds .,'>PkOe ,'Brand edgy Feed Give ' '
'* 'do not'want them to,have the right, county in which Jacksonville' located to'make a new,man like -as r' Awsv r

n :of suffrage. y an .office which,, in 91.. paid feel a little .bit, nervons.,-Okeecho-" .. sad $50.00 la' Cask Praaiavs' II.I.w April Egg Laybg CeeUett rtww, ;), ,;:r
i : cf.' I '14.000... 'n. .' v bee n.... rWrlte for &rtIc Jara. Heoodere. 25 to 100 ehicken_,. $4XM to, f9XO. PbUo' Incubating and 'Broodiest ,,..

i* southern"railroad( officials met. ,The governor's salary Ia.$6,000 'ayear I. ur _i I" *j*" Plans;, with. iaetrudioae5.00.. . . Free with ,'10.fO order., : -, I. 'f ;

.if' In Atianda to.consider' doing away ; with $1,200 contingent V fund.. When Fred-Bas andidaf. ,for the .. ." "c, .... f' FEED PRICES FOR TEN I DAYS r" ,,: *
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assaulted B Harris .
W.
't'; bureaus established But the aggregate amount of money state senate '
"with .unnecessary +eeL.4,0o: : '
some by.'the \United States railroad paid by. the,. taxpayers 'of'Florida to editor of the Kissimmee Valley Ga ;Phlh. Brand Marsh F pet 100 Ib* PhUo Braad Scratch'Feed.>. ..;'i**o. pe.::loo Ibi.. '
I in for the raitrf rKBDiaro: Dravcriowf nutsj .d V "? '
the.waancJ
administration. Wont there be the 'members of the Catts family is zette, reasons 1 '

weecUn.rout of "me favoritA..of'the not lee ethan $32,000 **.yar, a rather that have'been published over the 1-738. W. 'Bay'St NATIONAL PRODUCTS ..-- 'L' /
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.. ..., .. THE' KJSMiniEE,,'VALLEY GAZETTE.' ; ,FWDAT, MARCH" It, 1M0ITEHSOF1WEEK .. _. uu -. __ _. ..-, .lllfi

.. --,.- .rMrs. .r ' i .- -- . . . . "
. 'Platt .J1.d'her two children of .
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: Greenwood, &, C,'' who '**have been Casino' Theatre'EHsa'15O1IoFxoooDRr '

.f : lin Yialtlftal,,.tuft:h4r,Monday.allDt..,...Mrs,4 asc1nyW.E.a J'aAk.. : TTOltluh. "

where tbe7"'WIH..tatt''"la>tives.a fewday. .. ,Week of March 224;1926UATIXEB < "' . CM1} OffrTHI: : [: YOKE

r'. Mn/'!'Emmett, Rout left Sunday ..before returning ,home. 1 p.> K. KJGI'r. 'f:1I. ,

, 'for Linden, where ,she will >visit hermother. The subjects of ..l1IIon..t. theChri.tlan .. .. ,. ,' .
,, .I church next Sunday will !MONDAYEnid t .. .

s His Jessamae Criffln is' spending be; H ,a. m., "What If'Christ Cameto Bennett-PARTNER In. THREW :, .' If ,. aN'traoutx ata, Credit Step, 1M .....', ..... ...',.less.WtcW 89 tea yap soles ..slHsi, !. ,! >
some time with Her aunt !In. .John : KisslmmeeT".7:80 p.' m. "Spirehurl Paemoa.t ,
;:' Chapman, in Fork!Nead. vs. Phyiscal Lifer Everybody' Fourth ,gK as Mf a"bffl 'as MMs&ls. Mere. f... OFFENDED triIIa'.aa4.-.r-w., ceU.A l.c.-.' '!iip

,, Six room bungalow?', cheap at .welcome. \ "aslAaHWa'BARRIEftf." ." .'. p,,, .' f....... .prices with year "CLnrge,R"star*. L.v .

f'; 92250.. !located on Dixie Highway. Beautiful. lakefront' home and 40 TUE.DAYMaILI .
1 acres extra:rich land fin* fishing PlckfQ1'4 In .. '
Nelson Realty Company.Mini .
t' \ Martha boating and season. This "CAPT.uN. ltIDD. JR.." 12 ft sack Lady Oars Self'Rising '7'cakes S\nmy Monday Soap C. ,;..soIt, .
" Belle Harris earns up &is Let show .Ne1eoDJ1eaItT Star: om"dr 'OLD 4 Flour _. .__ __. .< .
f from Winter Haven -Trldsy to'.visit a sun / n* you \ .' IM THIS oo ri' DATS"PrtoM --- 9 cakes. MUcott Soap U.:--M .50 a .
li ana t 5 Cents. 24 tt sack .
" Conrpany. : Snapshot Self. :
her parents, returning Sunday. '
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',' J. for attorney R.:C. Tamer. D.: y. M, with headquarters TBlDVfBSSnAYVUrfa's -= : 'Rising Flourr.: _____,.__... IM cakes Octagoa'Soap ---- :
loT'J'' I'BUUngsleyvcandidate general of Florida, was a vi-- at Orlando. was in Kisslm- HAWAIIAN 81nsre and 24...tb sack PUliburys Best..._ .2.00 6' caItu Ota g0 Soap -,. ---- .SO>t. ".

itor in Kissimmee last mee Wednesday Ion .si professionaltrip. Plarers present H 2 packager,Mother Oats:....._. ,-.II! \ ,
Monday. ,Dr. Turner connected with "A NIGHT' t2-* HAWAIL"The Wkte Side Meat ..:..._._____ .n :
\ .7 'room two story< modern house, the' United State Bureau of. Animal ".picture snouLD.A Altee WOMAN Lk In TELL" Good 'Bulk Coffee .--:.-___ ,''.zt 2 package National *,:-__. ,:.2S l 1 ,

" C&raeand bearing trees, owner Industry and assistant state veterinarian. i Concert pro*cln. ta*. _ says sell. ,Nelson Realty. Company.* before the picture matt*. and nlcht. ?
: 2"pack'age: .IS ,
s Yon aN invited to attend, the Y, Dr. Lincoln alley, candidate for ..PrlO8..1I. and ,.f 0 ,*..... plus war tax.a No.. 2 Sugar Cora\'_____..; .IS ,Macaroni -::_--' ,
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P. S. C. E. meeting next Sunday.evning * _______ \ .1$ Good Rice --':-----::....-.12 i 'J" I ,

J at the Christian church. '' Tuesday' meeting friend Pauline prdrlek In Libby Tomato ,Soup ,.___.... .10 No., \\yz Franklin SrruP.I"j :. ..
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;. .Some fine five acre lots''' in Pine- and looking after his campaign here. ", Belli., PEACE. OF.: ROARING.RITER.: I .All Baby Milk\ ___JL_____JI :. .07 ,No. 1\Vt Karo Syrup.__-____. .1', .
4 dale,well located for suburban home. After' visit: of several ,hour) Dr. "FRilnH +
4 a PAIKT.
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8 ft Pail Lard (Compound)_ 2.5 .
I Doz.'' Baby _.I__ JO :
Easy payments. Nelson Realty Hlulley -went to St. Cloud, where he "' ...- jMilk _:...__ ,
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Company. made an address. r." "n TRIDAY .)h, All Tall Milk* l.....:,_____.: '.1$ : Hudnut Meal/and F Critl----- .os t '

Mjss.Minnie'Stewart of Sanford Is Mrs. Anna D. LangloU, :who'has 'THB'ROMANCIB. .up.r-.tory OF TARZON..Th.marvelou. of blood-titter I I.Do. Tall Milk .__..,?____ 19 Senate. ,, Coffee (with coupon)...,, .,.sa., '.iT
1 the guest'' of her sister, Mrs. 'A. C.Chapm.n been spending the past six monthsat llne- adventure and a love that brld.- .
onVine street. She will the home of Captain Clay .John-. .d the 'suit between .savas- end, ?? I
civill atton.T Mora thrilling ,than ; ,
i rernainl j about a week. / sort, left, early Wednesday.' morning ( "JARZON OF, THE AcEe" ,. 'r ... A ILL HOUSE, INTELLICENTLY'DSPLAYED; : .
'' where for Ocala and other points )She expects
Some ranches
: excellent cattle ' '''Elmo'"Lincoln' ,
to be at her,home in Chattan : With and Enid Markey : -
'f II, .. without any other feed except irll,. and a troupe of wild ap..> llona We 'kavs (prepared .c..Eortable" $ "I.rtla ." wikrte Rest, sad inawilo..a
grass'the entire year:; Nelson oogs..Tenn..byA. H, tla-era.,, leopards and .other Jungle. \ ye
I )- Realty Company. .A. Kllngaraan.of Topeka, Kansas beaata. In seven reela. j ly .).l'j Rest .
', MraJBelle Hornsby and, I"her guest, engaged in the drug' business in j i .Prk, ."I<.no' i and la.. Cent, J r Our Price)Tkktt: pout the way la laieDigeat wrf Eceaeadcal: .,Ia,.

( of Philadelphia, ; the capitol of the 'Sunflower .State Itr- .ATUSwAIY 1 "
\ 'I 'Mulled it( he former's. .I.ter".t J St. was a'> visitor. in+Kissimmee)'the early Paramount''offer* Chan Bay In .
the part of this week. He i* making a "THH 8HBRIFP-8 BOK." i <
Petersburg {
", past; tour Fourteenth >BplMHle of Pearl Whit In }ITVYLCiR'S GROCEiRY "
of southern Florida and stopped ,. !
PALACE:
outsider Chicken city ranch. limits well; improved nice bearing Just off beck here of to the see Casino his friend theater.J. D. Wood l ? !THB1U BLACK: 8 CRIIIt." ; *, \ ,


r'CompaD frnitsj I,price.. right. Nelson" Realty. 'V;/D.'r.. Robereonf: secretary Tof I f W':,18: Powell and B.jWtCoasdill.. !'i"t I "p 11. 'rHONE'25o', ...wfI .. r
, Dixie Highway. Association was tti'l I of .Tavares,,motored througk the city !! A \ kr.. ,

I who.Mattie fari spending E. Stone the of winter Elmlre.!: at N.Sea-Y, Kissimmee, Saturday.::'on..*n: I,I today, L5; jt I\ Y1.\taf\ i1 t ;; . . '" .. . . .' ...... .oJ." ... .
DreeteJ tion trip and conferred with John S.Cadel .\,i. Will Mason Tiller hisivel-
visited at R. E.< Holcombe'sever ,-presidents .theJ board' of atives, bere 'taIt Friday ...
-. -- ...ppndy.__ trade mayor-electr; 'H 1s-ierar- Gainesville MondayrlD.W.'Aldarman. &rnIACLtt' Jobn-SomerVUe;r $t'- oua! 1ajw. Hospital; 'BalOmoreT Mdt;, "accompanied SP, 79ffN'SIWP111 e ,t cu C8Next'I1nn

MrJ and !Mir. J. W. Buchanan Sr., tug data for a report .to be. made'to i- ; who { A.*C'PP,8n.. Hustls, :.Fla.. fif by hls sister. >Krav R. R.. P. .tbt' .. .+
s have as their guest, Mr. Buchanan'ssister. the directors of ,the association next his father in the tax assessor's Vs office >: Charles. W. Warner of f.Jackson Bradford of'' Philadelphia, Pa,,'were cia,.. Iwnt 4A 4M.4Serviom ::
. : Mrs. M. H. Reis of Kissimmee. May. ,.. Okeechobee motored horn dUe'Miss, who 18. ,fife-long friendof visitors' in Kissimmee this week. IG a..m.'SaD t,
City c
,
ti, Lakeland Star.Gtclean I Stock tarmbeantlful: like"!front It Mrs. D. G. Frances, and her mother Both have a number of friends here, ?, .
. for the.week-end-with his family.Mlss . -f""" pItJW;
the old Mr..;Harris, spent a few: hours in who greeted them upon their arrival.Wednesday : : : .
out oil !
worn fine, bearing and fine Improvements .. aea4ultl.
very grove Reader T of LaGrangeCaVwlio II,
t .Eulah M. / of'Mr.and ...
',' from your crank case. Dixie' Service -'will ahow7OU't..and. "let the 'dt this, week while t passing they were gvests. : < '
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A Station No. 118 Broadway, Klssimme you deal with owner. Full particulars retorted' from/'( St., through this section of 0. on a Mrs; J: M. 'WUIson "and made alou.'l.t4t :80 p.. meYRveing""iavlq dg
*, Jla.Martin. Petersburg :Tuesday, I. again the'attractive business mission. Fist i 'WUlson's Labs rot's. out- v. ;; .,
and free booklet to interacted Ia.'I.
) eo.'Growth
guest of Mr. Mr.".H.: sermon ( -
J. Skinner of Jackson, parties. Nelson Realty Company.C. Clay Stanford. V.nay '(., *, \I II' :' George Tjaden and 26Dick their tour.day.--in southern'They' !:Florida will continue p ''U.U ,,;;;J"f+' -

Mich; Is visiting his father, Mason C. Jordan, wife and party of Mra. H.flE- Godwin. of 'Avon-Park,1 Tjaden. and after n spending ,r *.*. .' ;. .,-' ; .' ' kWednasday.aing_ at ,7180,
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Skinner 117 Sumner street H 'wW : the past three and a half montla in fcs 'with, adores* eav
friends,, motored to Kissimmee Wed ipMr any ser v.
I who hat been the guest'of her sister: .' and Mrs. Jnd Parsley and Mr. .
Kissimmee left
be for several week. Monday fdrlDaytonarand of the (
here! from Winter Park and met ', parts Lftany.
friend. Mesa D. W.'. Alderman for the ,/put I II St. Augustine,' where. they and Mrs.1 C. G. McAfee'of Tampa ', u.y
BL'M.FRESMTERIAN"
, GOman T. Tutwiler of Tamps.-Fla., in this city. Mr. Jordan'con I l ,
week, returned how* with J will spend a short time before leaving1
representing. a dental supply, house. ducts a moving pickers house in win Sund}". :?wbo motored I to' Kis- through KissimmeeWednesday r' afternoon
home ;
o of that city. was a businessvisitor Winter Perk and baR 'chKs tlt'C'tUu I slmmee for ner 1d-',,;' jh,1* *fv'( 1et' Milford. Iowa October They for ,' making a 'tow' of' the central I cmicH.
" in the the of the week. In' this 'locality. He.: contemplates j ,
city early part to 'the'regolar 'and east coast sections of'the JCfcsWer,".JL.Dr.sebwpb: :D.
i"" |n addition program' south, visiting .11.place of interest ,
;- When. yon buy your tires. from us, houses adding of to this his. kind.-string-.-...amusement r ....... ".-- ,at the., Caino Saturday., Texas E.trIa -, In the states 'of Missouri (Illinois state They' 'went .Daytona' aDd 'a.,m.. Sundaysch..lr.ad: /I
I' repair all for 60 from thereto Miami to remain abouta classes. .
we
punctures days. ... Tom Mix' pal will appear: Indiana, Kentucky Tennessee and < -
\ Dixie*Service Station, No. 118 BroadWay Mrs. C. E. Franklin her daughter with the' world' .greatest wild west I Georgia, reaching Florida i November 'week.. )Ije.8I'L ,McAfee and Parsley t 1 a. ss4;iPreachiag,< ;abjeet* w
;j KUslmmee, Fla. Miss Irene and their guests, Mrs. round up. Both he and Mix: are inthe.picture.TberavwiU 18. Their trip wa fine except in the are''members'. of'' the Seminole Mercies. a4..Ged." i!' :r- VT': t '', .,.
JIrt.{GeoreB.. Young returned Platt and two children of' Greenwood, : Also bethree, /Arst.three states, where they found Sales Company,1'-Inc.: :, 'of Tampa g::80Po .p4\ ,..C4tiiltr t
f
k I Thursday to her home in Germantown 8.;C., and Mrs. Prather"ofClinton.; and big vaudeTtfle.acts. .;;; '-' : bad,,roads on account of heavy rains handling!: several 'standard ears, ttreg. '
,'Pa., after a month's visit with S. C., Miss Kathleen Bearden us. Miss Harriot B. Layton, assistantstate They will start their homeward jour trucks and I tractors.. They expressed ,1:20o.. "m. Preaching, any .
Mrs.: Belle Hornsby.. at her bungalowin Marie Boyd Mrs. Price and Messrs. agent,. of Tallahas ee,'''arrived neT,from St. Augustine April I, themselves' as highly pleased withKissimmee''during1 "Idfe'ri.7.hG 'dal i
Breeze addition. Dwight Funk, Sam Prather and their short stay 7:20 p. m, Wednesday, prayer.
I Thursday
Kissunniea toMiss
t It: Cape Sheldon Johnson motored'to "Daytona ini craning. i 'Dr. .Howard A. ,Kellv, one? of the here and will return to'' .Tampa < '"
f For SaJe-J'em. strain White Lee Sunday for a day's outing, xe- spend a few days in this county.in the eminent surgeons of. theE Country, through. this ,city; .some time,''next mVisito eordlaliy InVfceVFto
is interested
jkhorn hatching eggs and day old chix. turning the same evening. Layton especially now with the staff'at' John Hopkins week., /, these services,A AaYv' I t t' /III'
: A. E boma.. T.L 216-8 rings. d6-tf ; grape clubs of the county and while .
t Mrs.' Mary Bellinger of Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Newton and here she will accompany Miss Albina .. .
Indj spent Wednesday in town. Mrs. A. G. Newtons who have been winter Smith, the county agent, on her regular . .w. ,l r
Bollinger has been spending the win residents.here 'I.ft Monday morning trips., ; .
ter in St. Cloud but intends to- pus for a/ stay 01 a 'month In Daytona, The Jadies of'' the )'PteebyterlanChurch .. ..
the summer in this city. and from there will goto their wish to thank the friend of 'oJ .
I homes Providence R., L They will the church for the'hearty' cooperation
Hood Fabric Tire are as good asmoat return to Kissimmee next season 'extended them at the/Apronsocial ..
the other
of make of Cord
and will be received with most fle.
a cordial -
held at the Hart Memorial
Tires Dixie Service Station No. 118Broadway welcome; having hosts of friends March 6. little 1
Friday evening Each -
Kissimmee Fla.
here. ..apron, like the dove sent out from CASINO ,
S. T. McQuillin. a prominent' banker G..G.- Steffee; known to all inKissimmee the Ark brought in souvenir from THEATER: ,

of Aitkin Minn., is here with was a ,visitor Saturdaylast the 'outside world The' collections.
t Mrs. McQuillin. for a' few' weeks. coming to see relative. For amounted to nearly $50.:. : .
domiciled the
They are pleasantly at the past two years Mr. SteflTee ha
\" home 'of. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Wlnn. been associated with the Southern Several winter residents fromrennsJlv.nl. .. .
,:.' 40 acres, half cultivated and fenced Steamship Company, with headquarters : declare Kissimmee, and , -t"'" , .
is the
vicinity best fishing country
, bog tight; 8 acres bearing at Palm Beach. He' says he earth.A ofGeorl'e '
20. acres pasture good barn ,malt( longs to return to Kissimmee .nd'iiseriously on .' party composed
.\ house cheap; Nelson Realty Company. A. Zeller Joseph L." Early, WEDNESDAY"f
: considering doing. so.
I .; Jerry Houser, C. A. Carson and H.
I t; 4 For Sale or Rent-Fins large ..y. M. Breaker returned a few days ago
I J -Mrs. A. C. Chapman of Vine street. 'roomed house standing on quarter ! from a. fishing trip," having caught f
i Sunday. entertained her block. One of the prettiest.dacesIn . 68 fish in< all, 60 be Ing.bass. ,7.pick March '
friendlbMr..nd
Mrs. JJ. Chapman town. Apply Valley Gazette. tf erel and one speckled: perch., They : ,. -24
I and Mrs J. C. Stewart of Plymouth; Property ,for' ,sale 'on favorable had their day's outing In Lake. .Apop- '
: I.. Fes'f ;' terms. 17 acres on / fine mod ka, near Montverdev (' 14 I \:
I f Miss Xarc ret' Waring' had'' the' era home IS minutes drive from .Mrs. Verna Ellis left Friday to r ,', '. )'" "" '' .; '' ;<., : ,< ::1.'.,' ltL;I . .. ....
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, :j j.nlafortune; to' fall on the school Kissimmee bearing .. and a delightful join-, Mr. Ellis, who to employed Jn "t! %
home in good neighborhood, the at News Va. Prices 125and 50( .cents war 28 and 55
;, grounds Thursday :and sprain the shipyards Newport ., : : plus tax, ", cts.s
.,
.ligaments of her knee so severely a Real HOME and Bargain; Let us Mrs. 'Ellis has accepted a position' in . f i ? 1 :
' that she, will be confined to .her show you. ,NelsonpRealtyyCompany..* an orchestra at Hampton,'Va. which of .' .1/. , f ,'I">_f\\
home for. some, time., f ". ''lHrs.- W."H. Coleman'attended the I. directed by Miss Ruby Ellis, a 5. . _'

'i Mrs. J. C. Grlflln and Mrs. 'L. R. stats board meeting of the C. W.,. B. former Kissimmee young'lady, who .. .
is well' known beret Mrs'Ellis Is
d Farmer, ,who represented the localPythian M. at Jacksonville on ,last. Mondaand' musician an : : "' =RRlh: _' :
accomplished and was m 4T !
Sisters'at the grand lodlet also attended the Inter-Church \\ > _\ .. .
valuable member-of the Kissimmee
..
f the K. of Piwhich: ; was held at World. 'Conference ,the' first three < '
.' days of' this week. She 'will spend Concert Band through the past season. : .
St. Augustine returned home Friday .' : SINGERSy' I
an interestingand instructive the last three days of this/week vis- Y "
.
t alter on. .; ling at Ocala- and will ha home to .Pastor 'W. G, Fields of'the Bethel H' AWA' 1..1' 'A' 'N'

,'4 the Tucker!rI11I.LOI.guest for of.the Lawler Mr.past, and month who Mrs.',has J.left"Wad been Friday meet'WANTEDJl'r'Sunday her morning.:'Sunday';S school Ji Jl'JBRERMJeN.PI8HfNd' .class, next,. A.has M.just announce.' E.returned Church he, from has north been a Klsilmmee conferenceand returned, : and; PLAYERS: Nt\

.. to his charge here. He also| states
'' her TACKLE- want MVarai : .4 i 1 -
for Live Oak 'to continue
there be 55t
thousand yards of Seine from will an entertainment'at the

''I t, 'work' in the of;the state M1.'"Sunday.E. Church.school' .department tour Trout Interested, Inch I>tne.mesh In whether. flailing on down.you wltb own 8.ln.Any your one' or ehureh'Hond'.Dlcht'Mareh m. when Vera Jones; / the 22,great at 8 :Presenting' a Night"'in Hawaii Singers,. InstrumentaIistg'i.cxS( i t t, } ; '

I ''. For'Sale orR.ent-Flne'l.re-' ...- outfit or not will receive! prompt re- elocutionist and writer ,will appear, '.
I i. .n' roomed house standing'on anar- .pi)'- to' anr'Inquiry resmrdlnv, t.rm..to.Lake location . delivering Nan,. of her own composi h
I of prlcia ,
" ter block.' One of'the;pNtt1eat'p ee' Region Camps, Flatteries," Frostproof. tions. The'affair is'' under the' auspicesof '!/' ufVIERRA'S ,
Intown., 'Apply Valley; Gasette.. ,tf 1F1or1Aa.. 'J' ,31Jt.t' .' : the A. ,C.:. E. 'J*.' S. S. '
.
I 1% v Mrsi,. H.
'?' Miss ,,Eulah ,M, Render..fLa. '
"
., ;' V\J..". ... ,;.. V1'v.'. ,- 11.. .. ''" - Grange Ga. Mrs. Frank Rhea, '' KalaaJ steel 'gaitar Player, wli..ultes'recsrdsf.ri: .ColnmbU i Grafosola: red 'MIV; P&ald, .tsaor,
tucker '
Mrs. J.- J. and her niece Mn.c..A ,singer from ef Parsdue.." .r
thft, 1gIaal'Brd
-t I ,.+, Carson /and hedaughter.. MissInes ., "e }. .
: Mrs.' Harry Meetch/1In., JI.S. < *( >"'?

: Bullock, Mrs. H. W. Thurman Mr* 'Tis 'cffalr Hawsil ,,ef,'tie SoA :Sea Islet. "beaatifal 'saeledUs. r\
wUckery :Qaeea ia. ,
,
I[ FOR SALE: ; Marion A. Farmer Mrs;: Fred Gilbert ,, .portrayed:

and Miss-" Mildred. 'Turville; were a 'Weird and. ..cballiac.'a Ii..; soags 'latest ,ep.Jar.Aiitericu: sags sad.rag-ii-d ,.accesspaated _by At i- ,f.J
pleasant party: motoring to St. ,
rtrunuaisf UKULELE' red, it*,kaaatlaj Steel GalUr. .
.
to .
\ Cloud Thursday attend a musical i.'ii
L given by Miss Jessie Lynn. Hopkins, '''I'

ether' winter home there.. 'i mil PICTURE" 'A 'Metrt :Melodrmssa .la six p rta.'. "SHOULD A woMAN'L", wpperHaflas : f

Hudson: Sa"p state Dixie.superintendent: M.. Hollinscandidate of public for JD.Itruetton. 'beautiful actress :ABce' Lake. '1. pkotoplay'rich bi _kataaaaes. .'aad ,BtaraOr tight, wttk: 'sospea**.. tJ .

", .'paued. through, Kle.lmmeeth.Gtherd..andd.d'red ,0..; .|. tks famoas "FEWER, AND BETTER?, .pIc....... wklck 'are" settiaf .ew'sam' ctaadardi..

rte .:Condition. for 'Sate, Cheap not making -any.: fight. ,upon he the. was in-. . '

) r t enmbent ''and candidate I for reelection . .J. MTHE
/ \ '*. Mr. Sheat;.bat has felt for along '
time '..en before he,' Mr. Hol- :, BIG DOUBLE:', PROGRAMDON'T; MISS IT '
..
Also 3 Fords, : line, became' a. eandidate. that a " '
..; ,.. change in 1 this important office would .
., .
.
f be biehl",beneficial. ..There were live
ri, matters that should be looked '
One EmpireF in Schedule of'Performances .. .g>>
: meat bite the) face i without senti ; ,
taken Into consideration.:
!' a.t Among the4-visitors; at 'the Hart .... '
'' e Memorial Library and 'Social Center M.t"'la' ,.t. 'slot! Fleet SkawtHawa'nt . j. ,Seceaid 9a ws ,

'.t\ : BROWN this week were: R. A Larery and . .
.
lr :Hawaii: TtlS I ,4 Uawa'asttMrktsre
,, ALavery of Detroit Mich. p.as.rittera 4'
.. Mary LitseU of X evelandV/Ohiof . a", ', '
; 4:45 ''Pictari Si00.'i ; ':4f
{ \\X! W. Central Ave. Orlando o Fla.) Ell&abetb1I'cKeoIr\ of.riwanie. IlL;; . I
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Matti. E. Stone, Elmlra, NTy.j Mrs.M ,
N. lIontanJ'8,-Cantoa Pa.t Mrs.
"" ..... "-" . ......' "'" '/fI,. .'.. D.' ,E.-' Atwood; 'Chelmafordtn.X.ILJ

_ . Mrs. 7. A. ,Po :
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t Toabort' a.cold. PHILUPS,THEA THE.MONDAYMARCH22. i '.; : .



r, plications and prevent, take come ;y<'-! Seam aller Cars-and the World's.. 'a

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't. Oae Of At Beet Oppertaaities T. SM .. "

( Gay. Bates Pest la His Great

YehkI.'At .Orlaade.Hease. 1 ] t Most "

.. . Popular Tires .. :: <..; .

The appearan-of Gay Bates Poet, ,I _'" 1" (
the great American actor in '"The .'re.
'
Masquerader" at the PAUiips Theater 'w t .a_
'Orlando Monday March 22 t .
next, will be a theatrical event of 4
greatest importance because of the No tli bearing the Goodyearname,not even .
high .standing the star, the worth ,. '
of the play.''the lengthy runs which .. ;: as' the famous; Goodyear Cords which equip the \
!
I. have been registered in the principal ,, '
cities of the East and of the far ". world's high -priced cars, embody a higher '
West and in Australia and the beau- .
tj The purified and refined tiful production which' Richard Wal- 'r': c relative value than do Goodyear Tires in
4 4 calomel tablet that ton Tully bae"p ovided.
are That Post has his finest ,1. t the shes.I'
t opportunity 4.. 30x3- 30x3V-v and 31x4-inch
naiitealess, cafe and ,
in the dual role which calls for y. ,
the many phases of his 'versatile art .. '
f Medicinal Yirtvea retain is generally conceded..He plays both ; I ,
>, In these tires ,owners of Ford Chevrolet ;
a; ed and Sold John Chilcote, the drug addicted ,
only member of Parliament, and John Lo ... '
S5c.PEA' Dort Maxwell and other cars taking the
I Price der, the hack writer whose physical .
.
resemblance to Chilcote is so great > above sizes afforded of '
i that the latter decides to have'Loderassume : are a measure per. ,

that hi*be identity nay devote the world's himself affairs to- .to t :iii formance and service such as only the '(\ '


If his The drags.Masqaerader" is a thrilling I '. world's largest tire factory devoted to,these '

J politic love romance,' intrigue ana sizes supply '
filled% with novel situationsand can
'.
man "'rnirks of plot John Hun r. .
J / ter Booth, the dramatist has carried that
All this and
._ the spirit of Katherine Cecil Thurs- company's experience .. j
..... < ton's famous story throughout his '
.. pIa,.... -.- -- -- _. methods have accomplished in these tires is
.1 Poet wit have the support of"Tils
original company which embraces 'awUab1e-toyounowatthenearestGoodyear 4
Alice John Lionel Belmore. Audrey. I eN
Anderson, Clarence Handytlde, Reg Service Station :
maid Carrington, Ruby Gordon and 'j
; w'.i.r'G others. ,
a r Seat sale opens today, Estes ; Go' to, this .Service,Station Dealer for these ...
:: i j Pharmacy, Orlando Fla
-= tires and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. 1
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I Wo Got H Dt ,I' RENEWEDTESTIMONY He has them. 'i

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No one in Xlsslmmee who suffers
.... .
..
J'' < ...ear.r'i- ...,.1tIII.; backache headaches, or distressing

,.. J"Ai>........,.....__ urinary his can afford to ignore this ''i .
-- Kiasimmee'woman's ,twice-told story.. '
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C. il. =
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a. ..._ ....... ,. 'L-, It is confirmed testimony that no S
............ :'", . Kisiimmee resident can doubt. S
!r ............It-h--..- .....' Mrs. J. I. Beaman, 208 Lake St., : ; _
,
.. .. Kisiimmee j-d-----I_ -
' ''' gave the following statement r: '
,{ February 22. 1811: "I have 1'
a's. ,
., 1 used Doan's Kidney Pills and found
". 8.Altrglli AIDI8 COaQAN? them to be:very beneficial and help ,f.j
Cilssrse" .....u.L A.. ful. I had kidney troubl. which ,30a3340.odearpoubL.Om.
caused '.. a lot of and TDM
annoyance SO O.dfe.e 11.ny Feeds are
,1.. after using Doan's as directed they Pabstr;, A/l.W-" -Tre-' .23 vcAflAMCt CMtan noptLfty. Why -
( brought me great' relief. I feel justified dav tubeT <3oo4Tea Heavy T
in recommending this remedyas 30.3>A Sa dr .. 2122! .... tabes of,lees ...,. 9Ox3* daldl.1I.'J''J'
n .
:' a medicine of merit." 1P.b.ie, >+le. "..r ..g
GET SLOAN'S FOR On March 26, 1818, Mrs. Seaman "
e said: "Since Doan's Kidney Pills
; >> cured me some years ago of kidney {
YOUR PAIN J 'RELIEF complaint I haven't noticed a return .j''J'
of the trouble. My health is fine now' 1
', t and I am glad to recommend this

,you don't haTe to nib it into remedy."
Price 606, at all dealers. Don't V .EAR
t get quick; comfort'ing simply ask for a kidney remedyget. -

i relief .Doan's Kidney, Fills-the samethat f
I
Mrs. Beaman had Foster-Mil- ,
&Once'you've: burn Co., :Mfgrs..-Buffalo; N. Y. _
tried it on that stiff I
'2,Joint 101' muscle, sciatic ,
pain rheu'jsotieitwinge. ROLLINS CONSERVATORY NOTES
< lame back, you'llfend 11
'
.
.;a 'wars:? soothing relief, .you never. Winter Parkv. Miss Marion Rous
thought a liniment could produ e.- returned J last week .from her trip to ... .' ,
.
Won't stain the skin leaves no must, Atlanta where she gave one of-her
waste no time .in applying, sure< to delightful lecture recitals' with great MILLINERY DISPLAY AT E. & ,
"
.tve quick remits. A large bottle success before a large and enthus GRAND RELIEF' DUCKWORTH'S. .
t meant economy.; Your own or any" iastic audience. On her way back .
I other druggist, has it. Get,ittod.', '.* Miss Rous gave this same recital at ,An elaborate display spring and '
.t
;Mc TOc.' $ equal success. Miss Rous has establishment Wednesday ,1
beenr".scheduled .for, another tour of last week when scores of ".
which will, take her f further.,north. BAILEY SAYS EVERYONECAN lovely models were shown to tempt '
She'expects, to',give one, of her're.cital. GET'.JUST LIKE HE DID- the fair sex ....
in. Cleveland and repeat it at The store was attractively decorated -
various places on her way. back from THREE BOTTLES' OF DRECO. with large boquets or roses ,and
the, North, before very i long., FIXED HIM UP FINE. with masses of potted plants : rz
> .. Loll la Concerts. Mrs. James Earle Lupfer assisted
j ,1 There, has bees a. momentary1''lull 'Abe,f elk+,,the_ ;Ache', Out .Of; :HisRkeasEatism throughout the day.. O
;. in the series of concerts given under ,, and Baaisked ,'a The hat. styles show' a.,wide rangeof x,
K the auspices of the'conservatory shapes and eolon.-Street hats are
f, During the winter there have been Severe Case of Coartipaitea."I've simple tailored ones.' The season I ,

., + . Nottrlr'sacrc a number;of'ree1tala.some of which -'found 'out from'-J il:%>wn' experience features the big droop brims for pie-1 "firt
.... .. were given .t. the, Winter-'Park ture hats are .strong favorites. 'Turbines i
..., -'-" ,;,; that'tt is foolish for peopleto ,
.
'-"__ __ Park 'Country' Club, and others inKnowTfes be ,are shown and bandaged shapes + r rYesSometimes
T-----.ltdo.. .... 0-" Han. 'All were most ,sue "annoyed any longer by\ ca with generous trimming of fruit, or rV
.. ? tarrh said Mr: W. A. Bailey of 819 '
r .
r' __ 1.-. cessf, being well :attended, and '' flowers. !
k ". ... ......t.... ...... ..t..rh much appreciated by both residents .W."I Bay know St.what'Jacksonville it is to, Fla.hawk, andspit ,Materials favor, ,the transpiran
of r; -.= iY..n.co.'' 'tarn* mm end visitors of. Orlando .and, Winter tissues' and georgette, maline and
and ,clear
I ...._it**TODAY.Cmfrmmlm..*....Try 7Se. Park:, ". T throat try to your nose, horse hair braids are. .... .Taffeta .
head of -
4 and
hoursevery
,... ... for a couple : ,
\ '., ., sqf Haste dub Meet. crowns are combined with braids ,. .
morning. I. know what it is .
Now : :-- ,
preparations are being made Hindoo cloth raffa combinationandln -
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CENTRAL3DRUG to
have
constant Into
't' i STORE for the convention of, Florida Federation throat,: a that, dripping constantly your Hindoo cloth, with raffia .combination, ,It Is-But; Look
keeps me
.
: --c-- of Music Clubs, which is to be is a. novelty this season _
,.; } 'ELSIE JANIS HERE FRIDAY,' held at Rollins College.; A.Urge and trying what'heavy to clear breathing 1 tit out.: and I also unsound know A handsome line of, coat suits J and: Out 'When" The

:AT.CASINO IN PLAYAPTLY; interesting program is, being, planned sleep. catarrh causes, and the, headnoisea sport shirts were" shown blue: the suits : "Bump" Comes, ;
and circulars have in reliable and
been mostly the
already navy
1 ,.:CALLED ,"A: REGULAR. .GIRL1 sent .too. 'I' ., j ... A seta -
; out to large music clubs and "But I also know attel"tl'7lnar lots coats' showing the usual colors. May p ea eaite a while tpeaduf every deflar ae earas :'
Elsie Janls will at '' other musical organizations throughout of remedies ',what will I Dresses displayed. the lovely sprint as seas, or em befere ke gets it aad kav
the to
t. be Gray* the state The Faculty. Club ,of r' right ; dpi,, having for their material '' a mat tine ..... it :
.
;stone Casino Friday matinee and the Rollins the seat of trouble an overcomethese I bat eveataaJJy "tkeret" .win. sb... '
) Conservatory will act georgette, taffetta ,crepe''meteor,
as '
She will be in the annoying Dreco; ,
;" s night. seen screen : symptoms. .
A production "A.Regular Girl." and shehas attend Hostess the Club convention.to all delegates', who will do it. Dreco'did ft for me, and I and crepe de chine. ( ;jn.7 .d ,",3. bound 10 coat '...... or .later; who 1aIa'''

:- :J ,American'proven herself soldiers'such on entertaining the: flghtini great importance to the:Matters cause .of of: this it's foolish when this for people grand to, medicine, suffer,like.is Have yon registered ,your.. \baby. -tBuy rieipe.tNdira ...:.tIeIIan,, weald :cerae' iata.raigkty: geed. pay. : ti3

lines of France within the Sounds of music in Florida will bdiscnsad'at within the reach'of every one. I The live te threw eff 4b.'aea.dJ.e V.U t. ...:...-' t
this time.
't"\! I bombarding. A big feature of the convention "Dreco also relieved a bad case 'of :;tart by, depesttiafjast a little tack: ":' ,' '
,11 : will be a Young Artists "i!' (week.fa tab, .
..
'w Sbis.alsofamoui'as'on.'of' 'the aching rheumatic :joints; got 'my 'bank. sad ... ... rsch
Contest'which will be held at the ress CMd..... sad .is.
,leading ,workers ,during the'war bowels to acting regular day, ) : k
j
,' ,. woman In : every ,d dot trill
: Conaeratory voice -violin, and yes fedaitatkaWgrewtaad, k
i : and,was pre-eminent in the 'n'ceptJon'to Winners will whereas before I used to be severely year ,
''General John J. Penning piano.. Full :information be given, certificates. constipated. This''is great medicine 'and :Sell .doIUr.-- '1I IifI7 : '., .- ,
.. Tic at the formal greeting of that sol this contest be regarding and' I 1Itronirll",advise sufferers to : or fI .
,.dier may ; obtained by it '' ., .
upon his return from France give a
6 _,_ -J Elsie JanU'1.' also famous/or other writing'to Mme..Helen' Steer- ubr' The only,way:to get rid of catarrh ',< '

Yt y 'happenings ,In. and screen 'Re ember. that the.firm,,'.'thought Is through the blood.'. Dreco la takenup Old' Hats- STlTEBANK ':OF
S f J ''cancer among thensbe Q the report 'lessness and ignorance is .still by the blood very'quickly., carried .
pro. ;
i ah. wasengaged ,to, Captain Eddie moting.the spread of.dl......: M, to the weakened,membranes! ..and,re .. ... .. I, --,' ., { .'
Rlckenbacker..' the' American ace of stores raem'so' health, condition. .-' 1t
i v J aces. Elsie declared she was'not engaged That's the. secret. .;;,of, Dreco's.. ,power. .J -
: ." .' '- ;
to Eddie despite:rumors and 48,000 over catarrh. KISSIMMEE ;
s. of'.after the' war > '_'All good druggists now seU !>rico 3
r:r ,maatcchmakers;: : *'rt' DmsStoresSoniCFive'million and i"it j being especially recommend (

In:"A; : RegolarG1rl"'sbtakeM' the :' people, ed'in Kissimmee. by: the Central Drug of_ Ul kinds. 'Alsobuy and sell RESOURCES $750,000.00, Capital i
.. . $100,000.00) ,
'part of,Elizabeth Schuyler who sets Store. '", -_' .' ,
'' + "loa' to prove to the world that .wom- use it to -n-V-t COLDS u .:"old Coats and,Pant.'to"seU'it'a>> . .. ," '" ', .
en,'even of the "butterfly. type, .cai : < x r W B., CRAWFORD IS ELECTED/:/:: reasonable psis.( Also- 1 f;cleaning' '
1'E' : fcenDir.ctmt
; |;.*... IhelrfeUow; beings. egnallywel.a t /3t111: GRAND VICE CHANCELLOR'OF I .. 4 a

,'. the opposite sex.Father .' K.. OF,P.,'AT ST. AUGUSTINE .andDyeing. of.aliIkinda: donin C.'A. CARSON:Pree. 'C.A;CAR SON. Jr, E.L.LESLEY T-P.'j j
F"t: Sfchuvler' objects, but con CASCARAkJQUlNINI l' .t, I ' "
.enta1.lendNnancial( assistance for ; .W.; 'B., Crawford.,.JohaS"cideJ."F.; A. E. BEARDEN/AaeU Cashier. .. '; .1''
,ta.rrtain clever plan provided Ells J Co' Bryan and" others,' returned last \ iJ Ill, ;CARSON. < t4 ')0.> abeth ilm-provea her ; friday froD\*$t.,;.Augustinewhere : r CX4.:: C'USON.. ..'st J r,1 d .
eapablUtlnC, : .JL >
i.earning, the tidy :sum "* -* they attended the sessions''ofthe, ':T/SIMPKINS' "; FLEMING. ,
I 4fHow'she floss this,' and kil..fcrt U/iaiiif Itf M rsws, Grand Lodge, Knights of: Pythias t 0. :. 'N,.,c.' BRTANI E.L., LESLEY.. ., ''I
,of 'the ? the "is idle WflBVaB Ankr MtPt ... '1 'f II. *
; "only} man. provides< (> Leading Pythianfrom various j ,:t 17}J; :"
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peTeen' with one ,of=,. the most'enterthe y fissKssvrSrfttt1.I. 14MM Sections of the,state were Ita:'attend- ; r a'.. Tr :WADE TUtxEJi Dig cto1.rr. ;f t V. / ]
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:v ',I. .aubjeeta..ot, : .... .:-Io;"":; .: at hhifiir lk. inca.and.W. B. .Crawford came home One B1ock-lFrom'D.pot., : 1 1I' -

: t ... .':jfyen. -havewv alii "to.I H1 with eellor;the,"", ,tea,,,,f "" '-of" grand'" /, .-era': .chaa........ I'j
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""'arohsngs. try,' ',.an.,: . .!'"', c1u'h -. :MiAAOr I 1whe.,:. '.yon cough'think of'others., vsrYea Wke,Is Aavbedy AeVstties ndr' "Waats" 4Th.V.G.yt?
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,.. !' THE'KISSilOIES ,VALLEY': GAZETTE::: FRIDAY.' MARCH 11f2I' ( 'lei '3jjWomen ,

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parties, policies, platforms, or activities ---I v. AITAn KC& .
: LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS[ :'t.. *'
o ; and that It.does I not permit Ordinance to Amend Section IIS ' .

;any of. its officers, committees, or -- of the Revised Ordinances of the City .
,',. "p Ai.R ,, ,., of Kisslmmee- '.. "' '>t
: members to UM Its name or;.their 1IA.T :; Denfioer'Jfld.THrf : ."Q

; connection> with the said. Board of BB OF IT,THE ORDAINED CITT OF BY: KI88IMMBB COUNCIL: .
Made uiwler .C0iri6'
NOTICE U that
hereby given
Young Trade as such officers committeesor and by virtue of alanal Decree InCbanoery Seedon 1.' : That Section, t.S of theRerlsed ; Health apdfla : L. '
Ordinances of the City of ;
members in any political aspect Imthe Circuit Court of the *
17th Circuit .f the State of Florida.In Klsalmmee. of December lUt '"". and 1
or respect. : '
'Bright.yelacl, ....skin and a body An exception 'to' this-shall be"'that of and L'fori.Osoeola U. Zimmerman.County Complainant, In the ease, .the. follows same Is) ,, hereby"Section amended"':-All to Railroad read- ,


U wUlk..p'OW"aytttn; of monies for Improvements and his wile respondents, dated .
constructed of lumber ffl
you heavy >
March Srd, A.' D. ItSO. I will offer tor :
,in order by regularly taking; advertising if not'confused with'anyotherissuesand ...1. at ..,, for cash lith.n& I dent 'to properly' accommodate flushwith
non-partisan in na ; to tb.hlll"e.t bldd..t. tb*, ent traffic, and shall be built up
front door of the Court House In KlaIminee. the Railroad Tracks In such
ture. .
: manner as to reduce to a minimum
GOLDMEDAL Be it further resolved by;the Kisslmmee . ,. County during .the of Osoeols.legal hours State ofFlorida ..f jolts and strains on vehicles and. POST ::0.
Board of Trade,' as'a' bodythat ale, on the rule day In April linG, shall not be lees in width than the M ,

NaEN It doss hereby repudiate Sad;! the same being the ith day, of ':'April. width be properly of the street traded crossing;, and shall, ,
A. D. IttO. the following describe eI.b.relb.eI'
:
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t. dl..ow'anT action taken by any of property, situate In the COunt o and all such oroealnrs provided :-

If- ..,. 'el.&." its menfbers %or officers or committees Osceola, State of Florida. towit: with suitable pipes or culverts :
.! In its behalf or In its name, at All of. Lou One (1) and 'I'w9' U) et a euf floleat else! to,. properly' 'drain
the same. ,
of Tea (it!)
Block Six (*>, containing- CEREAL-
ordinances .
time in the referenceto Section I.'. AU ;or parts
ancSard4 any leas, shown ,'-
aores. more
for or as
Tbe w< the political abovecondemned of Kisslmmee Park, recorded In Plat .5 F
aria add trouble, tin .
HTM.bledd.t.nd '. Book No. t, .pace 41, of thepubllo the same are hereby repealed.Unanimously
enemies of Ute and look la s.e slot. ? records of Osceola County. Florida, passed In open session. "'
1600.x AU 4......... three __ Be: it further resolved by the Kls- and being fractional sections It. IS, this. Sad' .day ,of March, A, D. #
simmee Board of Trade a body, tt 14 of Township tV ...tll. Range 1510. '
MiJalesi. __ .. OBO.t I rab1e"endbas.none '\
c
fe 6..r. c.w W. FOIL "
fceek ube eyery
.... ._ _........, that this resolution shad written 2Ellp and fractional aetton-ll and ISSouth. Attest Preeldent.Of Council. JtiyeS"Wa, : 'j
part of 'Section IS, of Township .
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into the charter and by-laws as a Range SO Bast. J. R. GILBERT Clerk. table bev '
BOARD fundamental part of, the organic law Purcha..r. _. ...11I. Approved, this 4th! day' of'?March. ,A: age*
OF TRADE IS ADVANCING 3rpay D. IfSO
Dated thin of March, ;IttO.
of said association.. W, J. 8TKRt harm
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RAPIDLY'IN'. BOOSTING, PLANS. Second Resolution.' 'RMAN dBOROR SpeHal W.' FOX Hester.KRIBB8. It-It. < ... Mayo of-the, '. .,
; : KJ STEED.Solicitors" .
(Continued from Page One) The second resolution by Mr.'Garrett for Complainant. It-Bt. NOTICE' KZHCVTHTX FOR ,FINAL of coffee.TRis .

that which was unanimously' passed, DISCHARGE '
mittee assuredthow of idea
1"" MASTinc* SAUuV '
that politics would most emphatically provides that every salaried man em- I. Mae fWrf .! Cevarr J".ar* State) '.AU-Amertcan .'
be tabooed that there would be no loyed by this association shall'onlybe .....nt.. th'I Circuit of Fier. .f ...*..... Oeeeela Cem.rr.', ?' i
; employed after he has been elect- Ida Circuit Court of Oeeeola Cotinty !. the Estate .f AlrtMaaea Hess' .
light made on anybodt and. the or- ed after a meeting called after notice la Chancery. NathanPorter. pom Dh., ..... beverage+ ; 'be boiled *
,
t ganlzatlon wa. be An honest togoodness of same shall' have been mailed to wlte.aAnnaaNelloryDetendaota. Ve -
board of' trade" and NOTICE: It) : all I'
conducted HEREBY: OWEN, to '20 minutes.
along such lines. each member,of the association; the der and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure whom It m.T.cono.rD, that, on the .i.w :; If
notice to .. of meeting the Hon. C. O. An. y
specify object Judge-ofr STth day of March. A. D. 1510 I shallapply
Lupfer' Reads Report. ''. drews. the: >above named to the Honorable T. M. : \ ) ,
time and place; at least seven days Court on 4th-day-of March. 1110. Murphy.Judge Probate tUdrenend: d-i-nurn. "'
read date thereof and such officer of and will offer of said Court ae Judge ot 1' ; .\
Secretary Lupfer the reportof prior to I bare' taken charge for flns.1, dlicharce a. Nrccutrix : ,4'fieresaIReasd to
my :
the committee and President Ca shall be elected ,by at least three- for sale to the highest III bidder Klsslm-In of the ..t..t.- ot Alclbladea .. a-:. : '

del thanked the body for its work, forths of the affirmative ''vote of m.front.. Osceola of tho-'Court County.House, Florida, on ""thetth Rose, deceased' and that at the same -...' ,\ :",''.

declaring knew by experience the those present at .laid meetlnf. ,' The deeerlbed day of. April. 1520. belonging-the- following to the aa time Executrix I will presen off said my-gestate, Anal.'.and accounts, air :; : : r-:6.: ..... i
property
difficulties l attending such a task. election must occur specified time defendant John Mallory. In a certain for- their approvaL '

$1,784 of the total amount was collected or due notice be given.Committee's r .,..u..- In said court pending ,wherein ,,'Dated January Mth. A. D.'' ItlO. '. 25'4i.2't .' ; iI. .'J 1d

by previous committee Named.A Nathan aald-John Porter.Mallory Is complainant and his w f.and.,Anna the I' Test ,'AONBa'ROSE.ExeoutrU.MATCH'S ,, "' e-n--:5. : es Alt 'roge c. ''. ;+);, ... '".

labors of which was interrupted. by commlttoe to.draft. the constitution Mallory, are defendants. Bald sale '

illness in the city. and by-laws wa. then appointed, will beheld before the i Court House PROCLAMATIONBunder ''d -Po..Sflfi1 Ct 'enl 8attls'CtyJ .n r: t
There was an extended discussion the hour. of 11 o'olock J : t,? 4
composed' .of. .A. --Akerman Lewis Ad M. isd o'clock-IV-ttf* _aald ', . ..
11i 'e -to-1t..p1ne-OlItl out of' ; ; on 'and S7 the power vested In f . . .... t t' .
O'Bryan and A. P. Snodgrass. This day-the same being a legal sales day me. I.W. J. Steed of. the City .. .. +
the operations of the board of trade the,'highest bidder for cash to-wlt: of Kissimme.Florida
U.
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and there was a unanimity of senti committee will the t to work promptl1'and Lot t of Block t. Robinson's' Addition ,, e thereby I announce an , ., .. r .t '.. -" "J f; :JLV/

ment'in favor of the proposition. report at next meeting: Fri I' to the Town of Kisslmmee City, Election will ':'mbrd4 at .reCI"lr: .' .. ., ........._,, ., . .'
of the -
on.llle In the of floe --
O. P. Garrett'' offered s'resolution, daA commits a.per, plat OsoeolaCountyFlorida. ,- In Mid City, during the legal hours C A. CARSON.. President. N.C, SRlAN( >CSe
: to look Into the selection i Circuit Court.I of. voting on Saturday .the STth day ,, ; < ry.Wholesale n
In this connection and talked upon : : of March A. IX .'10. for the<-purpose V" .

it. Various it It other was simply members matter also discussed of- composed Dr. J. of W.,a of Simpson secretary Messrs., J.John was; M:. appointed Johnston S. ,Cadet,:' Z.Purchaser BASS. '0.MILTON pal for Special PLEDGER"4..4.' Maeter.. of One electing term Mayor.of the'one"following''year' :VIa orllcere:' forthe THE WATERS &' CARON GROCERY CU!J.:

'the Solicitor for Complainant 12,51AN ; ,
\... covering situation thoroughlyand Iewis.'OBryan and E. D. Xattv i ? One Clerk and Tax: Collector r.
... the resolution of (IMr.. Garrett President Cadel informally stated . ORDINANCB One ,. . .r'for'' "ot *"' "* '
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is Also to serve the term two dealers
with insertion and RetaU
was adopted an that at St. Augustine, while thereon - years: Two members of the City \ .... ... .........si9OOERLESI'
which I. embodied in paragraph 2. An Ordinance to prohibit Interference Council. -, ? t -l r m-'-- '- ? **
a recent trip the name of E. E. with tbe fire engine, fire hose : :
The resolution was passed without adissenting I ..hereby appoint T. N Clark, J. Mo-
Naugle was suggested to him. Also or any part thereof when In, opera- : '
Phatter R, D. Quloe, as ,. \
It 1s foUo"'lTbe
vojce. as ,,.
th the bad call from E. tin and M. '.ar.tore.. G'
received a 'BT THIS COUNCIL J. Jr.. as, :
ORDAINED!:
; BE IT '
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Reeol.uThat -,.. W?# Abbott'that connection, OF THE -CITY OF KI88IMMBB: ,said election.In ... I :

the Kisslmmee Board,.'. of the!latter presenting'hb i. qualifications Section 1. That any person or persons to set witness my hand whereof as Mayor t have'hereun of said _' .t.,' .t'.. "J.
City
who shall Interfere, ta any manner __.
)
Trade;:as a body. pledge that It will l aDd previous s business eKperlenoe. i whatsoever with the operation of and caused the seal of said City to behereunto .t .., .' '

in no way direct or indirect, permit, .-Mr.;"Abbott bad also conferred I the Are engine while engraged In the affixed, this ISrd day of . .

encourage engage in, or take part in with other members of the board of I work of fighting whatsoever.Interfere".... or who.ahall. In February SEAL), A. D.' 1530., W.J. STEED' .. .4:'. ,' .',.:. .., I ,. .. :. ..'': .,. .,, ... ,

or sponsor' any political discussions, trade.. "*in connection' with. the matter.Dr. ". any with the manner fire boss, or any part thereof . Mairor: of" th4. Clt,. '' of Kl_.lmmee,4Attest "" .. :>+", . .... ...! <, '.
Simpson. Is Heard. while envgaged Florida. ., .... .
driving'over same
by '* : I'1 'y
.., : .5' "WB'SELL.- . ,, wB BUY" .
Dr. J. .W. Simpson called the attention In fighting tI. -.hall be guilty '.' .
J. R.-QH.BERT. City Clerk. ,.. . \ .
It.ft.MASTER'S : '
Back-aches Ron-Down of misdemeanor and upon onvlc- .. .. -- " "
a .
of
,. of the board to a condition tlon. ahall be subject to a One of \1 ". ...... "

Weak .Nervous affairs that exists: at the Union station not more than ..1.0. or Imprisonment. SALE BAT .nBlDE8"+ :: ; i' 'liilM'; ,01
The train than SO days .
at Jacksonville. announcer for not more c .
Section<< S. All ordinances, or parts Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Flor . t tj: + .
the . .
names
suffered tool Simi 'there In calling : : .. '
0a.1 for ; '
Atlanta a '
herewith be, .. '
of ordlnanoea In conflict Ida Circuit Court of Osecola County GRAIN ., ." ; "' .
from lomlnlne weakneee which caaaad me of stopping places alone Jthe Atlantic and the same are hereby..repealed.-- In Chancery, .Nathan.. Porter ComlJnent '.J::' ; 'r, 'I ,1...'....v,.. . 1
to become all rundown. Coast Line Railroad never mentions Unanimously, p.seed. In open session .. Lucy n.Dthatd-non .' ,
is Dgiv 0 '01 i at' : .
.
***kI: aad Kisslmmee but, makes .aw loud noise this tndday of. Morch.A. D. Notice hereby nJ1TJLIZEBS; .rh
Monday the tthay of AprlU IMO 0' ;. >
s--- ltn'- 1 .
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10. :
A lard withv-baokZ shouting out Orlando" hand other QBO. W. FOX. I will offer for sale to the highest bidder ." : :" a WOOli' .(f !". f'' ; '.: , r
points. T1 Attest President of Council for cash the following deeerlbedproperty .- :)
aches end pains In 1'' J .
l I N. C. Bryan wanted to know If'he J. R. GILBERT Clerk. I for sale under a foreclosure SHINGLES. ,. .j fjt :
my.ide. wasJu.1a. Approved this 4th day of March. A decreed entered by the judge of. theabove ..,' AND'' '
.m'-able cities did not the announcer. .
w ODe other pay 11 1UO. court on the 4th day of March r'
could ever think ol It was left for Dr. Simpson to W. J. STEED 1'10. In a certain cause therein pending ORANGE. BOXE& A . ,ii"' i1 (11 I fw' d'r:
bring whoa I bagaaj tS-lt Mayor. wherein Nathan Porter "
Is '
ascertain his next journey toJack.onvlller comlalnant '
,taking. Dr. Fierce'sFavorite and Lucy Davis la defendant .. I" ,. 'IALL : ( ti >\. .'
Preeoription If the announcer was ,. the following described property< to ,. .. 0' '
ORANGE ,
and it soon'/tipped by other places, and if so, arrangements Le.uteetatbb JedfeW C4reesly.Oeei- satisfy the sum of ........ before the WRAPS . .1.? ,' .

'II built me op ia might be made to "cross ala c..t,.. I. Ch..cery.Gesrg Court House Door In .Klsalmmee. , to-. "
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wit ,
health and strength his palm" and have Kisslmmee men B. Meflriff.- ...I....... v* Lot: *M of Boswell'e. Addition'to KIs- 'VEGETABLE CRATES *' COtTNTBT" .. r.u

and I felt so much tioned in stentorian tones. Martha E. MeOrtaT. De........ slmmee, Florida, as shown on.the ... :- .
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improved in every There is. about $100 owing from Recorded plat of said Addition on file '. '
way. "Favorite Prescription', ii the best It affldavM appendedto In the Clerk's Of Hoe In Osoeols. ., CRATE NAILS ,. .+ f. ': '{"'', 'r PRObUCE ..
of the old board of Patrr'fOdb':: ; .. ..
_'.medicine I have ever taken and I' the operations the ; the abovestatedcause County, Florida. Purchaser, to pay '..'!;'; ,'''if.
trade and in order that the new organisation that Martha L McQrlff the defendant for deed. ,i' .'
expect to continue to praise it at long as I Il,, \ ,
.. live."-MSS ALICE MILAM, 07 Sevan.3t start out with a clean of the therein State named of Florida Is a, nonrest.dent Off the z. BASS' MILTON Special.PL.KDORR Muter, . . . .4 . ... . .'. :. .'iI.!: \I.. . . . .:;

:Dab . j slate volunteer, contributions were are of twenty-one years:IJ" Is therefore Solicitor for Complainant. It-It 1 1'i 'f.,., ,' ';"' t't'' Nerve Shattered given Yrldaynight, to cancel the ordered that the defendant -' \,')' ;, 'f!, '* be. and shevls hereby required to appear .
debts. ItOTICK. We reU Field and Garden buid5.. :
Augusta, Ga.-"Dr. Pieros's Favorite'Prescription -O the bill of complaint filed In .., Seed. of.all '
restored me to perfect health i The board will meet again .Friday. aid cause on or before Monday, the NOTICE Is 'hereby given that the We give special attention to fitting out hunting and camping 'parties.. "? ,
when f bad become a complete nervous :Mlarch' 26; *th day of April A.t! D. ItlO. otherwise I undersigned will apply to the Governor Free . -h
;wreek. I... suffering with backaches tko allegations of .said: bill will betaken of Florida on April Srd. IttO for delivery ia city limit*. Phone No. (12.;'

..}. aused by my kidneys becoming-congested Has Had Stomach' Trouble for I.as further confessed ordered by said that defendant.It this order of Letters Its-Charter Patent so amending as-to make; Article'3 it -read Wears county:agents. lor'good .,.ertiliz .... Ask 'Us for .wcnlar'aad'prig
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.' and my nerves were completely shattered. Seven Years., be published once a week for Foureon.ecuttve as follows: Th. business of said 001'I '. on ,fertilizers., (+<
I not able to do AQ.k., 1 was
so KisslmmeeValley
was Fenmore.Mich weeks In the I hi
''ahall conducted the
weak.---. not sleep, I was so nervous, Theodore Sanford of Oasette, a newspaper published following officers! A President by one '
,.and my appetite was very poor. I was Just ., has had stomach trouble for In said County and State. <"> I or more ,Vice-Presidents.a' Board ofDirectors

..a wreck' whan my mother gave me the i seven years and could not eat vegetables Thl. March}. lO.OVERBTREE1iClerk I to consist of not-'less than . . .
'PaYOri'" Prescription' and when I'bad t .or -fruit ,without pain in the call1AL) Court. Ave nor more 'than thirteen members '" '
taken; about' five bottles 1'wee well and ,1 I ft'It Circuit ,. a Cashier and such other officers and EED, BEANS :
''. trong."-14B8. N. L. GOODWIN. 17>1Walker. stomach and'restless' 'nights. By ey 8ULt.OCKDeputy;: ,Clerk 1I-.t. employees as the corporation may authorise. TOMATO CUCUMBER MELON ; SEED: CORN, .' St.. taking Chamberlain's.,Tablets he is .- The Board ,of Directors may ' ,
SORGHUM VUVET(' BEANS COW PEAS.
now, able to eat vegetables or fruit appoint subordinate officersand em- ; ,
iHesBorrbafet sad Nervousness. NOTICE! .TO CREDiITORs. ,, ployees'with such powers, duties and .
:
sleeplessness. '
without I causing' pain' or ' "
MIICIQPr' oit."A&' the tuna of life I: .: If troubled with Indigestion ta t.. 'Court .f ... ea.. ..,.' Judge; aa terms may of.be office provided as they by may. the prescribe By Laws, "

became terribly weak. very_nervous and constipation give' these Oseela Cwutr State < Flerlea.la and not Inconsistent with the banking > ,i ;
or so .E.taa. O*.rsr ... Newae' s.e. '
I .nfa dowa. -ODe 01 ID7 beiChbOI'I in Alabama trial They,.are 'tIrtalnto', prove \ laHANK' COUNTY : SEEDS: ,
OSCEOLA ,
OF ; :
: .
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... bad been cured ol a serious aiim..4s.d beneficial ' "" .- f To all Creditors.: Legatees Dlstrlbutees /FLORIDA. ' ,
io Dr. 1'....'. Institution in Buffalo and all Persona having Claims (REAL), ByDR..T. K.JUVIDR9. ,
.
I toad always heard Dr. Pierce'* medicines There of tnbercalosfs' for Demands ageln.t.said J atat.. 11-.1. :" President.'NOTICE : : : .. ,

.spoken.mind to ol try so highly'Favorite' that Prescription.I just made'up. Two my,, in .are Florida.'Do 3,500' cases Vyour.,part :to I ,-;Tou .and and each required of you to present are herebynotified any. '" W. can, supply'or" ' immediate ;: rahipaawt' all; tbs; .leading"' ,and ," ''

'Txrttles ot this medicine brought me thru .I prevent Its further ''spread ,,oy. 'ob'MJ"riDir' .- claims and demands against or TO CREDITORS. 1 'standard'rarietie.. of all kinds. if'Meda for planting in 'our -State.. , \' c
tberitlctd.time splendid health and cured Health's. Golden. Rule, either. of 'you mar bars theestate la Cevrt ta. CMatr"J.dge. O.esetaC..ty "

me ol the hemorrhages and nervousness. Ihonestly .of late George of Osoeola H. Newhouse.Vlor-de-' ._ ( State .f FlerMa.f .- ,SQUASH SEED POTATOES, Ufto'l!( SETS ECO pi.uas.. : ,
do believe Dr. Pieree's FavoritePrescription erased Adrnlnlstratrlx la instate ei Albert 'RynDr.agbtTo'.11'Credito t' . . ;
I I'F r'Sale or Rent-i-Flne large sev ida, to the understated 'PEPPER '
4. to be the very best medicine a' roomed house standing on quar* :< of .said'estate, within One year Leiratvea, DI.tr1b: OKRA. i
take to her thru this critical '
woman ClaD help from the date hereof. :
i p ,iod 01 liC>"-MRS. ,''JENNIE o.j'j) '/I in ter'town.block' Apply/Valley.Gasette.One of the-prettiest places, tf ,Dated CORDKLJA January 14th J. NBWHOUSm..Administratrix A! T>. \lltlO.. tees Demands and all against Persons said having Estate Claimsor ". 'Success ia gardening or farming depend.. to a. very, Urge extent '

j "ftDGE'IT..n8STblrdS- ; with Will Anasxed.'I notified You and and each required of yon.are.. hereby any I, on. the'quality of s ed*youplant., '

I.{ I 'T-lfc claims and demands which .you. or. It has, been demonstrated beyond a doubt that desired i result" is

.... _.. either of you may. have against the . '
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I t # ill .HR' BIMTHIMNTH! JUDICIAL estate of Albert. Ejr"re Drought, deceased can'only come through. . aseede: of.'known' quality.! 4
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.- I ,,e' rS CIRCUIT or THB STATE OS late.of Osceola County nor. -- --- ,, "
r.. FLORIDA C1HCUTT' COURT Ida.'to the undersigned ,Executrix of MARTIN'S v. !, '
HYTESTSEEDSpINSURECROPS.
,'\ .. .I, ,'1 IN AND FOR OCKOLA Sal 'estate, within site,year ,from the v - --.;; --.. < n- ) '
,-. r CC:>>111'1A' T. IK' tUITr., date hereof ". 1 ( '
',1 '7 r ,. .I1I-;;: ;' : Caneel- ,Dated'February: 't... A.v D 't tlO.., !; ..The' intereil in fanning and i gardening'Is the ireatest'' tiro luiro fj ;
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d' J. B. "
Dry Palllls1 '
HELEN K'DR'
.. c.-.a1...... ...' '-It. i Executrix. ser er,i '.verybody'realius that production .is Deees.ancI.. ; , :
Taxi Noti e ......11: St.rr. ... oils* .....,.. 'ala ,wB reduce'u If.'c. 'of L.:: ': '" :"! ; ,1'::
wide .. Drew. .. St. MUleiv ..* all .
ftrmmmm .r. s>artle) ..11:_ elalaalaa :JTOTICK:TO CRKPITORS.a : ., Our iprin' ((9111':' catalogue is; ready and will h.'maiedfree'of *,' '. J5
,t .. .......* la tile >v.p.rly te -wkleanllef ;
.J.c. ,r ,ls ,,aewsrM 'he .... befe..a.t. : [ Ceait '.t 'ea.--'imtm,' Oseeela. chargejOn eest.l. It .contains 'information': value?:for Florida '; ;1
1/ ": ef rterlda. . ' .
t. .,... .' ' ...,. ,. t.' II '" ,... The. State '.i.F1orida,4to all'parties la re Csty.'Sie/e Estate .t Jet pa\ D. .......... Truckers. and.: PUnten. '

I.I ., 4,5 ,:;<, -i,, ,, claiming an intent In the property .' f. ,"DUtribu.eer Now is. Uie time'' top lace'orderi'for'aU'ieeds-yon' can't dord"y I '
which relief I. aousrnt which property To all Creditors'' Legatees, '
.
that the' '\ la fully described herein.and to all all Persons ; Claims to ,wait for,seed when the proper:,seaton arrives'toplant., ,
"j NOTICE rebygtve D.m said ICOTTON .
... ..' parties claiming Interests under the against Estate:
following deceased persons namely You, and each of you ar. herebynotified SEED \ J
Tax Botilcs'ot Oeceola'Cognty'iortho'year i J. B. Story, J. BL! Story,. Kllsa M. Harrell. and required to present anyclaims ; {
; James Barrell. Reed Story, Catherine and' demands which you or AMBER. CANE ORANGE TEXAS RIBBON. 'CANE PEA-, ra
\ ,,MILLET. 3y.NUTS
.Marentha vVllson. Henry either of. have against the
19 A'; :
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; : Wilson, Mrs R. Wilson, J. K. Curl. estate. .of Joseph 0.' Jeffords, late of HOG GOOBERS.;'TEOINTF.' RAPE' EGYPTIAN WHEAT "
Q.orgeV.. mqnay. and 'S. D. Malloyor OeceolaCounty, Florida, to 'the under :
""- otherwise In said described real signed i IAelmln ,.tratna of said estate, ;SUDAN GRASS RHODES GRASS SEED SWEET! POTATOES A
... ., 1\ .tat.: - within 'on. year from date hereof., ,: i
IT 18 6RDKRBD: that.you and you Dated February *4th,' A. D. ItlO. A 'VELVET .WANS OATS RTE COW PEAS :' ; .
close'PromPdY;.'on'.April\. 'First i: are hereby required to, appear on the3rd .MATMB JEFFORDS.: '' ( f
i day'of May ISSft. being on a rule b-It.' "Administratrix. .
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.. ,. ..' '. . say of said Court to the bill died ,. r. Write Immediately; ':'for e.tologuerand price list aUo call I ,on'tu'for ..
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asranst .Ton. < ...' the: above entitled ': '. "'special information desire regarding' jour \" ii
ECONOMIZE USING '
SUGAR.
-any
court. - *, ... you. .may. \ ; crops..
,, .
; pel&i'by'Jbat dserlb.d said .I "
: ; -. AIttexes'uot & date The property la bill '
,. and to which relief Is sought Is deserlbed :GET OUR. PLANTING GUIDE 'CT"OUR ;CATALOGUE
." .' ... 1". .' ,, < ''as follows, to-wits- -> 'Satrar' is a useful ,and valuable ' .. ,
I will.be subject to all po ; :a1tles. Government lot. J.1. I and 4 'Of Bee- food-.It most,' however,-rbe> .......- 'C ;GET HT-TEST SEEDS ;.? .

-. tloo U.&..Township. St. South. Range bereell!that it is s. concentrated food ........,. rI
.. thirty '...... Oeoeola. :County.. Btate.ofFlorida
'Q :J and therefore should be eaten In
,i sAND
.. .. 'W , /IT I'FURTHER' ORDBRBD: moderate quantities.: Further lib E I : A. MARTIN SEED CO. : ,

j I a that week this tw.lv..weeks. order be published la Klsslmra ..._ a- other .best concentrated fitted for assimilation foods,' sursrseems by : , .,

: : -eoa..t.t ValleyOasette.Oaeeola.. a. .newspaper- insaid the body when slopped with other Oldest Florida.
esUbCshed iced Louis in
"C' L. Bandy Witness my kaad ancl"tbe"-1''of materials: which, dilute. It or (Ivs. 1 It ( );
" :' said Circuit ..... ofJa.r.Lltle. r
CO"nil. slodday he bulk .
ir tMcessary .
/ : tv <_ ".. :B Si JacksesniBe FU.
y ,
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of l
active
\ '. Tax Collector (CI''ILU.' .) Persona ,
; r : \ to'th.Ir1oodalmost
". ,.. 'OVER-5TRIOl1T digestion wllfadd
rr ; . , . .. J. L sugar ..i..i..i..i. .. . ..... .. .. -
, " > r .- d' > > Clerk .f the .bon'.atlell.d ttloerGSolicitor ; at/pleasure :,without .' ineoneniencev' . .. .

... f 'l'M t]!I. i for Complainants J Orlando . "
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1 rierlda.: -- -' ot eUeate'.dlplttl.lD.,or..with atendency : i; .
s-ut. :
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r -.. 'to eorpuleney would do bet Get t Your Jefc Printing.Frew{ .e'Ya eye:Gawtte b ,II" lnt' :.

i SuUcribe:.far .Uui VaDey ";0aMtU... ter tons.. ". modsrately. JK *, ," 1 H .'.* Ii .

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1._......". ", THE 'ElMIMMliC ',VALLET.'GAZETTE.: 'FRIDAY. MARCH 19.: 1920cw


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f; : A custoftae came into our establishment. yesterday 'and brought with'him I,mail orderliBt'Witk.

,:.. '. prices from big city:! shops what be desired,. to purchaser: : It' was ready to be
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; po' mailed' We lUlled him ,to inspect our offering Hodid'and, went away with everything he

,J' J tr .0' "n'.s say&u had'on h Kt. '"'These Included: Dress Shoes for the family' Every-Day Shoes for his little .

ones.Overalls and Shirts for himself,..and women's, Shirt Waists,'and in:fact: 'wearing '

I. apparel for the family. He saved '65 Cent ',and the' Parcel Pod Charge ,


;j "C011'ld ''h IT"\ f DrlrDSO': D Q' 'LAR' Ll lI'/I'T'S'' TORE rinll--Yotir'Mq"OrJ r

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to _71. .' 41'' *. : . ..: \ ; ?Liet;. ;Prices. With. ,You

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uky +Nx ".JoeNoFence'Law- '''' -
( r.i .jO..I"1' 0* MRS"BRYAN ENTERTAINS Fog COVNTY'C0111MIeesioxERFriends FOR'TAX snseoR.I .' .
Not "/" '
Classified -
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c. BUILDING CIRCLE. Advertisements 6f :BJ. I* D." 'Overstreet au.thorl. "er.&D"OUnee:' my candidacy'
.; IFAIUt'ER88end '.* ". to announce his name as acandidate for. the offloa of Tax: Assessor of OsI
BeatPoltcXNow'SaysF: --The Buildingc;cl. of the ,First for, re-election as, county. ceola County subject to the action of
.today. forA fr commissioner from District No. 1. the .Democratic. Primary 10 be held
Baptist Church was entertained Monday ample eopy of' the Florida Farmer rub eot to the. .action of the <1mocrailo June $th. 1110 appreciate.
afternoon at the home of Mr. and BtOokman. published a* Jackeenvllle. pBwiA-
: es..Carson. primary to be held'1n Junes your T'
iIto.J 111 ;
,, : and Mrs.: N. C. Bryan 'on Clyde ave dairying Telia poultry about livestock; citrus ralsfns fruit- r - iTi.
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and" trucking weekly,.,, at tl.00-pr FOR TAIL ()OLLIIICTOR.J J FOR ,'COUNTY COMMISSIONER.t .
r At the first. annual session of the nue..No.. set proCJ'&DI',was arranged for livestock years for tl.OO. Only tam a candidate for the offlea1' of "
Cattle Ratters' Association of FlorIda the,.,afternoon, the' ladies spendingthe and sreneral farming. paper Taa. Collector for O.o.ola County' In hereby announce my. candidacy f
held in ,Tampa the past week time in dainty fancy work and In 'the atsac Writ today.WANTED. the Doomoerotlo Primary. to be held for the offloe of County Commissionerfrom
President tC..4Canon''slated ha didnot June 5th. IIJO, and will appreciate the Fifth District subject to the
ir pleasant conversation. 'The silver r your .rob,, sad .support. action of the Democratic Primary to' ;
believe -the time had yet come offering for. the' fund BAKLH" be hel4. 0. June ,
parsonage .
..Y LtTPFKR. .
__ : ., f'a''' no-fence law at amounted to $%.3&. ELDERLY , lt'ironlIrfre .. Oood will
( hndy iBS/n. trardner
the amaHer cattlemenout The hostess served sandwiches, do any Job. It .. IIcOarr. ,.. Apply I hereby announce my' candidacy for FOR COUNTY JtlDOBl.
If. of the basinets 'and that most crumb:'cake and tea to her guests. till* ofnea.. .- 11.lt-pd. re election aa Clerk of the Circuit . ".
7 of 4he) land-ued"7oth.1ft for gracing Attending the meeting were: Mra.' Court of Oaoeola County' I hereby announce III, candidacy" '
not used for benaftcial FOB KENT the action of the Damoeratle Primary for the office of County Judge of Os. 'Mf1 flan
wall any
purposes L; B. Farmer Mra. T. M. Rivers, June sth. J .. oeola County, subject to the Demo. wp;
pvpcties. by the owners and Mrs.'' Rosa Graves' Mrs. Fred Hera- fa rent Apply I.. M.Foe 1 extend my sincere tbank.',to'tb. cratle Primary. to be held June *tn,
at"tbe fact of using' to grace berg.',Mrs. Mattle ,Belle Siever.Mrs. DWJKLUNO .v*> and People solicit of the County for past favors IttO. If elected I promise to do mF,
your support at tbla timeand to'the'best of'my"abluty.
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cattle was factor ja cutting down E!J.t S.' Hall Mrs.. A. C. Chapman .. If.elected I pledtra, you a faithful duty .a& ,j.
,the ,caate*,statiaa ;beef 1 to the.. citiaena Mrs. M. E. 'M.Hardea, ItJCX'lla -:1: year (subject dlscbargeot. my., dutlea. .
'WeyjngMrs. to aaJ.t.eell4 fcdy of '
of the .tale;abet that when the .. Mrs. aboutran b0 Respectfully fOR or rv.LIo' .
.. of Coloden/Ga.; ; Gordon acrea drained land, J. L OVJ$R8TBEft.- prBHiNTBMDBirr ., ".
time arrived for the passage of such traltdinm. Ideal tor About, thousand '
H.
H. M. Breaker Mra. 8. Geiger, PV
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a.law,"the cattlemen would advocate f ttle WU1 fence aama lorItaI. ,
Mrs.' Ransom Mrs. Marion Carson .tenant. AaMiwss Huat.rz..A I take this method of announcing I hereby announce myself for raw HMMMMtMM
it 1I&t 'leUea1Jo. .vn tt it meant their Miss Mary Bryan, Miss J. 'A. BarclayDirs.Nead0wa ,Co, KteataiaB, Fla. Tele my candidacy'for reelection to theofees Election to' the oleos of County Superintendent
.
of Tarn of Public Inatruotlon.aubjoot
retirement Erase their Uwtlneta. Collector of Oaeaola yu
:: of Chattanooga, rh.n.17. 10.01FOR .
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County In the Primary to be held on to the decision of too DamoraU -
;x,prpldsnt-0.r'san-eendemnd-fence' Tenn} Mra. J. C.' Griffin Miss Florence Jane ith. -- Since-belns-ln-tltls-offlce-I .-prjmerr f.3UD..t'UIO.. It':
cutting; also fhs> Mactlce of burning Judd, of Morris Minn.; )(n..I. farntsibad.RgtTT-i at Two reseeneble sod houses, wall for have devoted my whole tlmavto the elected I promise to devote In tha x
prices
woods. He said cattlemen were the ....... alao offlea. not engaging. In any other future, aa I have la the put tb.
D. Jeffords Mrs J. G. Johnson Mrs. : nod trackingandfamine .
.r bualnaaa of any kind. If ranomlnat whole of lay lime to the duties of that
this and not
1 blamed for wan guilty. O. B. Fallsand 'little Misses Helen ,-. ; land.' Nelson Realty Com14.lt- eeL I promise the same careful and .1nee. Lr. '
J tr r, Fires were, started,.?'IIe..a4ded, by Falls; Marion and WObelmlna Car- pa. personal attention-to Its .duties as' In Co JC. 'YOW: : .''

". -., ,. hunters and others., campers. -. *.tBrpentioe. ' amen son. FOR RBNTWlfy. Yes A. bora Cotl.rma4.14-it-pd*. Ml Mabbette"street. the noenoa past and I assure solicit yon yo>ir that vote It and will'.In be I, t rir/ the. Val-. ,0
very .much'apprecia-
UNCOLN g81iET.' 1. J. Logan -aanaeavtaa the moorpotation' BIRTHDAY.crLESRA'lyoll.. FOR RUNT< : -Moat 1 ttraative...frontof.' 'iiI'' . Itt o. ,8Ai(1)Tyi' f+'tj! nyyVisitlagCafd/ ;: ,

c TU reop1.'i Oa< flea 'In the city' over post office,
alonr the lines.d (be famous, brow 'one"'of Kissimme s Dr.
T. Ji,: now occupied by Dunaway. leeulre .
eM)I bs Yoor I H .t O>oie NoteHeil < ara/Bank of adage>>.', E. C;.Seucb- wall known retidenta was given ''the Charles IX eo1418". . . . .. .>. . . .. . .i.. < ...i. . .>. }
tot all the PcopL'a11'tlr time. Jer advocated dehorning atock as surprise of his life this week .when 14-tf D.

(Ad") they are -worth more aeney. :Tflestrs. his relatives assembled at hla home, FOR SALE .

C. A. Carson and Pat .Johnston ware to celebrate hit 83rd birthday anni- -w
., " re-elected "' president ',and "'eeeretaryle.peecltily. ..... O8CBOLA FERTILIZER co.. cood aa r
JlKTIHG .1'7.
M. E. WSWONAJIT .....
Sae F. H. Lawaon. f-tf.
\n : -s: 1 __, No whisper of the part bad reached I l'
KWA3 LMOELY'asI14./ r his ..n. the tbe guests HATCHINGBOO* from -th.rovhbredS. '
svtunjr mi in i (t w
A: ; ...u attended .em ting of ...the ,..,,,.-......._5,, GEORGE, YOUNG I honor. th.1 Ferris Strain. '1.00 per 11. post
,. .paid. Allan Foadlek KlulmmeeTR.X. i
MBaaloaary Sodet7.of...tha-Ja. Udlai - Tbe evening which ensued ... one mile from city Umlta on Berraoda ;:GuyB8IasJresI'sAdvance
church was held Wadnetdmy, after Mnu....Belle lI.entertained I merry one, participated, in.;by.J.. BWoodall 81 -' 14.It. ; I
....' at the 'btnl low''Whea MI tintarattlac with Va;OeXUbtf' nr.bridge farty' at and family J.* -Woodall 8'ALID-or '
FOR Kxchanre: One ISIS
t' program waa riven. - Ma,;,. atortS tea'l'OCIIIa Tuesday >tohooor and family, J. M. Grifnn and family, Pord.TourlntT Car In a L aondltlon. I
., In the absence of the leader Mr* .ofher 'attrattlver *est, Mra. Mrs. M. E. Wads and family, Mrs Will oonalder rood paper or will .
:A.: 11. Clark,' who was pr vemtedfromDeiag B. Young, of Germantown, W W. Ben', and family, Mra. J. D.Jeh'ods trade. for. Dodge of four a 'lind.rBubk. I m '
> the George : Call or address ttrtwent aiekneat. yiwai4ent. .
by
Mra. Mattie Bell Sliver Klaalmmea. Fla. 14-lt-pd :
I'"tit &-*. C.K.; Hilton, pratldwL- Four tables of players enjoyed1 the and Mrs. H. J. Patrick, ,of Orlando SaIe"Opens At.
f, .. >.>. The.tople for, the afternoon emnraead popular game, the .highest scores being a sister of the host. .OR OAJUD-.Boxed timber' on about I :
,00* solid body By. run
.| a general aapeet of the tniaionary mada Miss Mildred .Tnrville, fifteen aorea
by 'In the patty were grown alone one aide; Ideal property for ,
work nd tae ollowtog Inatraetfra and Mrs W. J. Steed were given a people who were' relatives of MWoodall small mill: between Orlando and I
,I 1 leaflet were ,read by the pretty beach scene and a band made eleven nieces and nephewsand Klailmmea., price for timber alone : : I
ladlea present) ; 1 . .. of ".110 an acre, should run a little
I basket. ..poetlft1 The guest eight grandchildren. over thousand feat to...... H. A. Estes: Pharmacy
"Facia Are- the FignMe et, Ge-d.7. honor was presented 'with a handsome Mr. Woodall received a, number of Hunter. .XI..lmm_ Fla. l>-et. -
f[ ,J. MePhattaW., ., '
rs. i vase and 'J "In the Home La d/!,is'ra.i A.W. color FOR' SALE!!-One i Bets' ElectrlO Wall
_ : consoled with a water scene. the guests.! Mrs. Chapman of Plate Practically n_. At a reasonable '
.Bailey.InXHhar. < An elaborate -collation was servedat Fort Meade, little Miss .. essamae price. Apply Valley Oasatta. -
: .lndaMra.. C. J;Miter. the conclusion of.tbe afternoon, Griffin, also sent gifts.Mr. T-tf.
I". "Patting the Miasionary: Society carrying out spring colors, white aaiMrs. N. .C. Bryan; MissFlorenceJudd TODAY
SALE) Flna residence ,
FOR
property
first, M'*. A. W. Win*. 'I'ft'D. Fred Herzberg. and quarter-block, seven roomed house,
The 'dosing prayer waa ledMr : by and.Mrgi. Hornsbys guests included familyduring the evening, ,to orange trees pecan treed live oak.flower. .,
*. C. H. Sumntanu H.S.Gel Mrs. .. ., vines shrubs. Qaraare.woodshed 1xA
Mr*. +Yonng,' >>SO. ; \ add their felicitations e
.. it''.A short bntineM session 'was held W.. H. Thurman ,Mrs Marion A. Sandwiches, pickles*,' home 'made rear.- Reason and for two selllna spare rooma propertytoo In .. to:.
rhen. itwaa. decided to hold a food Farmer, Mrs, S. H. Bullock;' Mrs. W. cakes and coffee were served the preeent owner. Apply
.ale Saturday afternoon at the" Bob- J."Steed, Mrs."IM- H.' Ingram, Mrs. cuesta. Valley raft... Ktf. WORD

..nOn drug store, when Mrs. J. J. ,,1 C.' A. Carson Jr.. Mrs. H. W Boice Mr. Wood"11 la So well known and FOR SALE-One Emerson Typewriter.., ()f'WARNING\

MeCranla and Mrs. A. .W.' Bafle* Mrs.. Msrlon Carson :Mrs,, Claude .thoronrhly liked in' Kistlmmee that model. three visible, aa food aa new t '\.'" <
? 1 Wonld.be in eharga.' r Harper 'Mrs, W, J. Sears, MissesMUdred many friends will add their wishes. Apply Valley Qaaettaj U. i1 :
Plans 1 were discussed for 'entertaining : ; Turville,.Jnea Canon and for many more such happy anniver 8AL.- l Varsat A WORD OF THANKS! \
Second-hand Ford
\;the.' Annual Mlstlonary Conference ,, FOR ": 1< ", .- ,,
Frances. ,Bay._ series' \ attractive prices.. Osceola. Motor ." ;;: : : 1. : :,
: which meeia .in Kltaimmee Co., .OT' Broadway ,

; 11&7.11 to 14 inclusive, and the president ,ROAD BOOSTERS HERE., HOLLINS, LOOKS GOOD.:: . .
appointed tha following ladies : LOST
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t at'a. reception and entertainment. Messrs; H// C. Stanford"and", Pat j' Dixie. M; Holins} ,. 'of ClearWSUr, J.O0T-One small black setter dor;', '

.. committeei .Mrs. J. Bronton. Mra A. Johnston ',of" ..Klssimnwe, I t Samuel superintendent yot public In.t.tta ion answers lound,:.r.turn to tho'n.m.' to-Dean's. of Pharmacy Tad.If Iri:: ;.1J'tb..ni.tol'J"ol.: amusements in" Orlando there bat

., WVf Bailey MraTa.W..; GrI/An'Mzs. Brammer and'""Claud': Johnsota..editor of, Pinellas county and candidate" for Orlando ,...., and receive reward. t hevei-- been'' such demand (for""Matt. at bat been. mad for l+
.r ' "in' ; few f ... '. 14-it. r .
W..C-Baat, Mra. ,I* U. Ingrain, of the St.- Cloud..Tnbune. were state, superintendent, spent a ; .
R MIL J. J.'McCranie. Mrs. J. I* .OverartreaV'MraC.'H Melbourne.;yesterday in, the interestof hours in Jasper Thursday and 'Fri LOST-<>Jt. Friday'w eveningMarch IS. '" r America'fr leading'aetor, Cujr',, Bates,.Pott-who U".be."D. T
Summers. Mia.'k the 'Kfssimmee-St: Cloud.Mel day'of last week?in the interest of at the Chapter''House, or on the arUjo' Phillips Theater' Monday March'22. .
S. Snodorass, tin;A. W.\Wlnn, Mrs. bourne cross-state highway, .These his .. candidacy Mr.. Hollins 5 ;;> a way -home > a ladles silver mesh 95 '.;" .: .

M.' O. wens, .Mrt..,..1..z.I<*Robemon, men. have given much time and ener8T J'OuD&.man of pleasing personality', ,Qasette handbag,.office.Finder 111''.please. .0.. P.leave Kribbs.t at. -' : '.. ' ' 5- ...". '

od .IIJ's..G.W..JrIJ'lO.D..ilw -. to,1, this proj04.ncl they are not herb well educated refined and"judg- ..... 1..U.pcL ;.' Mail order*.have..been.,received from point mile away, l : r.
A 'pleasant social hour'eondudecl roinjf' to give -up until this highwayis ed by hla.record as superintendent of I .
..the' IIt.rnoonwhen, the1"hostesses, is aeomp1lshed'.tact. :They, drove Pinellas., county,,and. as principal of 'at' well .s'fr, thouMindt:within the limits'of' the "' itJ. '-<<
.Mrs. ndV.Mrs.rfMcpranla.aerved across 'from. St.-> Cloud in two hours Ctearwater High school he Is ..w.IIgrialiffd t Political AmewicefReftts :] :- .
debut. ''salad the M. seeks the"rariouhprkei
for position
/..sandwiches,' sod thirty .minutes yesterday morn '
I 'n' TheM i stilt remaiei"good' 'of
,'amd. .,load .-__ U" .., ing, which''would indicate- the road is and would .make Florida ,m progressive seats, at1 any
.. 1 ,.. .r.. *; in.a pretty fair-condition at.the present superintendent of schools; and I FOR COUJtTt COMMItSIOHBR. for, any' performances( ihe'.qUa'titylil'! i limited.-

'_ 'WOMAN'S: MISSIONARY: time. Only about nine miles of the edttctatloel. interests of the children '. 'I" 'candi .
a
,- 1C I hereby announce myself and I .earnestly tUggeit to all) .who have not made'riseria ''
r safehands. '*.
''' J. : edv-The, Melbourne. 'Times.G. .- He' is receiving encpuragment from District, No. I, and tiont by 'mail ""be.at Ettet Phamaq'ear1y 'tomorrow or iou.
of the
*> --' - all 'section of the state respectfully solicit the support
''The .Atutnal '.>.Cmlteiene." 'oft C. B.owen'ahd Rev. RHd- _dwe; from believe,' he will\be an -easy voter. of that, dlatret- Injhe. Juneprlr .stay,.b&.dappowtetliri,2etting; the exact'.location you ;;do-: : : .
t JlMtda"Womau"Mi'al0DU'7.; nett"r motored to New' Port Richey Ne" ., mar. ' ,
/ WWI be .he14 at Kitaiminee.'May.H- Wednesday on k"business> and pleasure winnerJaaper ,w i L WBJTHKRBBB. sire,, ,

I '1'.' Mra..',A-1 Of, Hateson. -.Tampa., mission.If .' If you have anything to aeH,.f roden .FOR .JlJClUrr. S

'presidents.. !tha 'society.fl exchange try an "aIa, enr.elaalified ;" '1 hereby announoe' for the'OfflceofBberlft |Seldom if; ever.'do"the .amusement lover ''of* the South ;' r'
', ''It" ", (' "j1 ''f 'iou'haft' to sell tradeor : of: o.ola County. If elected ,j ,

i If 'your-bUIIn. '',I.. not.. worth ad. oxchaDce'tIT anything bur fTiT**. column.It , 'column. I t will..-do pport.t .,.".4uty." .' |.will, appreciateyour 'haye opportunity too, witness:an amalelDeD't ol'laDizaliOn'ofth..hip' '' ,
-TertltW l ,adverttte" for sale'JnC the Awant'ad.in'th., VaUey Gajcette ''YOUNO. TTNDALt' it :rto;
; quahtof'ezEefence'that i
want, column; '.: brings reanlta. . being brought
OalyrUaaette' ,
'
rill rent your spare re m& 5 '
d : : : . ' hereby announce FOq .UJCJU.1II.e1l.'as'a candidate our midst by Mr.. Pot;' *eldom does our city'enjoy the privilege

: .ti '. ..?'... ., ., '- ..... ' _-,-- _- .. .... for the offlea of Sheriff: of Qe- of witnettiag.,exact company ;complete production.triple .
*
.. h.. 111 11II" .. __ III __ oeola county, and respectfully'; solicit :
.
< ;. 1 'II, : ." '" ... I lathe tb. support/ana primary.of the democratic. voters ,car 'equipment,}thai('ha* toured and ,triumphed,jn_ two t
.. r. ,' . t :: n.ttni. t
. 5, 5- .? -"Si l n H. continent (.

fait t. DRT., M:, RIVERS'L.'H.'CEDCE'. S ... 1CEO.\ ..I:T..SINCELTARY, ,. '. roB tJHKRIFFt'am ., , ,-, -. ,,4. 1 If

-1,4., , > .1'rw.1II.;;;...... ,. ) ,, ,.,,1/.". ,c-AI.r-. p' ',. .i..' <,,'!, .."f". .: Vice.. "....', ..,' ,...;.. Sheriff:. of& i candidate Osoeola for tha.and/Pf....will. of The reception accorded thit American- :,stars?.in,-every'I/ city

Go Ji"'f'' (.' .' '. .' . \ J""I'" ..y..h; :1.,1, \" .. '., . 'J.,...,,', a prNiate..your -.t1. support In fD'\I'
i . ,1, 1:"; ... ' \' 'I.. . 1 .>. . .l . .. 'vitited' ha really been'an epoch-making. amUIO.
..
",,' .1; ,, '. ..... : .. ; '. .:!>.. . .. / fit'rtiiy ; \ "I\; ' " I tha democratic primary to be held \
.", .v. ,". :,} ,,1" ... .,.., .,(-!':! . {, JJ. ," ;' } _ih'h j. ;.. 'J .0\<1 ... ,1 .' \ M. I next' June If 'elected',, I promise to detune :
and I thank
.<. .,. ......,,,. .. '" .' '' ,, !- ,i"-" ", ., >> ', " ."'..,'" .. administer the dutlea. of the offleampartlally mentt : -to perionally'' and congratulate
'! ,,, . ; ..z 1".t; gy- : : f 1.1.: : ,
fl *, I I ;t'J; ; .', I and to do my level beat
: amusement1
\ f ., .then of, "the best in in ,th!I city, and vicinity. ,
this lover ,
. I'" .). iril 'ry..i. w'r..t K.I. sfl -.I+ ' \4.- ,of ' : " '. ' I to: make the beat aherlff county )
t. "" ., ." '', . baa ever bad. ;: :: :
-. "t , i" .1. 'R. ;,11'CRMER., :. }who here to .readily, relpoacl: cJ-f i thefr// how tof'ipprticiatioii ,
., 'I '
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'
:
.,' ',' . ;'t/ft/ i.i' t1 ..ft .. "i..A. ..1 ,: ,(" r roRI COPBTTT comntaioiciCR.w. : *'*! 'am" proud to ssytSln'indcutiolitt'point'to{
'a,1 '. I .:tiltvj'ltl".i{ J" \. '
//1 t/ ""f"".of ...'. ..., ,<"'., ,).;'. ." 11-11.. '.,,."..'I. .,.. ''... ' .... ., .l' . .. -. ... ", ,'. ,, "i1 O.: 1oI hla cJ.n-o candidacy. |Xananavllla.announoea for CountyCommis.lonsr'from ,fJrlando'receiving Mr; POIt'Wa' ,that' wiltbe'second. yto

: : 1 : "' C" District No. (. .'DO city. visited,by. our.foremost, American. . ,'star.ViS ..
.. .
; "B' thJ f of, 'Osceolq: County : ,'Oaeaolav Mr.. McCl Count- lland .baa for. been-a the put resident twenty of. ,ii; *\ J : ." } .n t,, ... '\

I : : ; ". raising.. and If In elected.farralncand assurse eattla tha Mail'I order: T'fvill lbei.tOCgyed,It,. !;.lnOfder.to"acCOmmidate; .

of hla district, and county the onGof
people the Please 'encMse''itamped
I' citypatrons.
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.KISSIMMEE. ; FLORIDA.< ., w ; ,; .. \ .>est aervleea''at. his command. .,- 'envelope, {
"f f; .pt' +
S < add 10 tsz
fforfsafe're Jrn offseats.land per cent war t
.COOlfTT
"y/ FOR JUDGED; :" 1- '
,. \ \' V H' 'J Ot< ' l Succejaore't0.i!;, ;;; \""t'. ,f.' 5 "r, t ''I tereby'aanouvoa myself:.a'anei.; : price. fie certain: to-designate 1 your liY''I' d. second: ehoiCeLbf :

''"'CrtizensTBankot'Kissimmi; .,,11'1"1 I't.., .'' ;-.. date .for County Judge. .of, Oaoaola .. 'perfirmanceJif t .tjJ..f.. J.'A.'/"IrA.'" H( '., f e'; County.' ubleet to,, .pemocratlePrimary
: J "" .. tI\\ 1!' ,' to'.b. bald 'lb.. tth. ',110. Respectfully]
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'" .1" tP... 1r4 Jfo 'lilt ,f ild, rGp ..d;'t J f I! will strive If elected to perform the .' '"
''''' .; G VIITBM, : 11'1f:! , .. .f7Ii'J.-flbh ;. { duties of'the.oMoe.effcl.nUyowt.oudy t' ":;"'- - e 'W.J. MELVTN.
) :J IMp. J "
.Q I a : : .,and.lmpstlatl, GEOR:r lOiW', rOx.\ Manage
Fr.:: ::: :, ; ; : : Phillips Theater; Orlando
h ,riff 4 Ira t -
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Mrs Post
'.., 'h.reb 'anno.nce'as'' a'Candidatefor 48il5 prompt., : 7
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:J .,.q', .. $ -.. a, tail. '.,!" flex: .,' : ; ,I Ji; {:'.. .: .t.t.q. t.... ., District tha state eomprlalnrOaeaola.Senate Creel -"the Orange 1Mb. .,J' makes\.i\.an;unbreakaWe" 'rule t}\ t:no.one be.teated.during

.. ': i.u", \ .. '. .".+ ""' ''''I, 'H'U' 'T"''"'''"' -..' :.' \ 'l' ,'.: '\"' ', ...,..t.:, ,.i' 'J' "jr.t and' solicit.Semlnola tha supper Counties of, and all'I f>amocrata earnestly the prologue in order.that, those.'already .sealed may. fully'enjoy '

""""" ,.i\ ) ... .'"; ,, 1" In'the Democratic. Primary to be, held the-beauty 'of the scene.' '
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f lId 1/WJtIa'Ia.r'lfH : .: ;, : I:1!! : ,:, uaeItn, I / servedOaoeola ..
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