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: April 9, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
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ROAD MATTERS Business Routine DEPT. PROPOSES ."KISSIMMEE THE, Kissimmee, Golf. NEWLY ',ELECTED i



CLAIM ATTENTION Features School MeetingOF Board PLANS TO FINISHMELBOURNE CITY BEAUTIFUL"TO Club'to' State Invited, Tourney To CITY ;OFFICERS t


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r The regular 'April meeting! 'of the JE ;The Kissimmee'Golf,Club Is 'in 'n- .

---.r- school board held at Superintendent ceipt ,of an invitation to., participatein
State Read Department"'Propose T* C -E. YowellV office Monday was. Short Cut To East Coast WithinReach :0n BaIkIt"'dPre..i.' Rapidly the 1920 tournament which will Old Official. Conclude 'I Tear4* Business .

presided over by' Chairman W.rC. Read Department Weald . Barge. c..pletecl-Dreq. take place at Rocky Point the 20thto
"Expend. Goodly Sam Oa Gap In Bass, as usual, with W. R. Godwin -New Officers, Sworn .. ,
St..aond-Mtlbonrae 'Road-: I of, St; Cloud and W. R., Lanier of Ue Oj.f Rock For Missing' I Machinery. ,New Being 1)' the.24th. of this,mo,\th respectiveTlie .-H.. M., Breaker Is Made

Javens. Sends Regrets. Campbell station present. link. N r ,Awembled. Rocky'' Point Club. is arranging Chalnuasu ,'
; other than business routine I
Nothing' Good roads 'to' be, the 'order of It_ Ia dl.tlnctl-Vtlfylnlf to every aome extra features in connection The : .
Those in attendance on the board came up for consideration andIt are with the tournament and it will regular meeting 'of the city
of the slay in Osceola county' and this I friend of the city,to see the realisa council held
:of' county commissioners on Monday was evident that the schools 'without doubt be we Wednesday at' the
well
were R. G. Reynolds; Samuel Bram- Osceola county are in excellentcon. week-will mark the completion of the tion-'of the long'cherished dream, worth'attending.- 'a 'meeting city)hall ,when the business ;was 1
mar and S. W. Porter, of St. Cloud; dition. work which is being done on the'velvet "Klssimmee. the City Beautiful,' as ,A. w; Perkins president of. the wound up for the year and the Dew''
B. F. Roe, of Kenansville, and C.. '5. Superintendent Towell has been highway running' from Klssim- day after day brings nearer the completion -* Rocky Point Golf Club has extended newly elected officers were sworn in.
Acree, of the Point. able to fill all the teachers', positions mee out to the east of the county to of the bulkhead of 'Lake' 10., a cordial invitation to the Kissimmee Among other business routine
board of : seemed connect with the Melbourne road at changes were made la andwater ;!
The meeting of,tha county though this an impossibilityearly Everything club at the state tour- the.light
commissioner on Monday was in the school term the line. -- possible Is'' being done tobe/reHnt the local members bond trustees, caused, by?the
' children The nine mile missing- link which to. push the Work and Frank Maloney death of M. Katz Ii
largely routine, matters This year,school: were here to their time between and, the. fe.lpa-< ,
which were quickly dispatched: in the transported to Kissimmee .and St. mars the perfection of th. highway one of the contracting firm, personally now use and thatevent.course: any Mr. Perkins tlon of 11. MI.' Pfann.Messrs. i

usual war.tB.F '' Cloud' from'the,"near-by- rural die.trim is in a fair way of being made passable supervises the progress... A ,states ,that.they ,are expecting- W. B.. Makinson and Bart'
; Roe, cashier of the State and' the plan ,has provecl.IIunquallfted' for' the State road department force of' .eighteen men are at work a large number enthusiasts and Bryan were 'appointed, ; \flll: these
Bank of Kenansville, asked the board > success. . is offering to, apply the availalbe now but' .. soon as the dredge is hope to have at least four vacancies. <%,... r ;
to 'issue a warrant to. the bank. on Superintendent 'Yowell believes the $10,000 of road money' and propose complete 'and' In working order two ''No action has' yetbeen taken, by Mayor Steed .called, attention to
th.' strength of .Border from C." E. truancy1 officer has contributed to to lay Ojns rock over its surface. shifts will be put on.,and the machinery the Kisiimmee Golf'Club relative to need ef.a water tine to the eity-park
Carlson to the board: also a voucherfor the efficiency of,. the L school system The plan ia to lay the rock on the kept, going day and night this invitation club of" Its near*th.. passenger depot and asked
'material, .a"plle..and\ machineryon and ''no trouble 'Ie now made by the ruts, making each ,track two feet The bulkhead waif along the city'sblock stadtng should be represented at the that it be laid. The matter-was re' t
an order from the same party. youngsters who formerly :were t frequently wide and six inches deep.-'This would opposite the"'lleht and water' Florldastate! meet. f'<> feared,t." the c committeewittv: >power.
Attorney Pat Johnstoni.Informed 'conapieiouS'' by their absence make'a' very desirable road for the plant is considerably more than half .. to. act.: h> ,1_ 7 'fa/ f
and later, when more road done The-bintorced concrete piling *" 'I' Rev; O. BrFall called .tteaftlO
Mr.' Roe that Mr. 'Carloon had rescinded present of
;the order! before action MORE BASS R: Ia I funds, may be had it will,serve as a which is used in the wall ''Construction WINTER"VISITORS ENJOY ?, the council to-thedaet.tkat'Baptist

had been taken by < tb.tas.far. as. the board\ was concerned .The only obstacle In the path of and' extends some three and a'. half ,'-' and suggested that an ",effort be,
; the matter was-ei.priveU one ,ItJ..I nm.-'ircs: ; iTrade: received this plan seems to be the fact that feet above 'the present waters' line. 'Mrs.':Belle :Nelson' and' )[1'. and made-to, 10c.w'lt: In :IN '1dt,..,*.He

between Mr. Carlson and the bank. word this .week,. through its there is no !unloading ,place in.that There is yet to.be added an, eighteen- Mrs E. F. Mallory have just return also asked that an. official invitation:
John,,,Revelle, whb hat ,I been in cl"CIJaU',"Sam';Lup-fer, that another territory. With this in mind' the inch cap' ed to Kissimmee from a most enjoyable be issued to the :Southern Baptist ,t, ft
charge of the road making work on shipment of black bass would reach county commissioners sent their attorney E. C. Eskridge has completed the visit to their son Harry H. Mallory Association to bold. its next/meeting:
the:' St., Cloud-Melbourne highway; Osceola county some time this mummer Pat..John.ton, to St.. Augustine barge which'.will' be launched thisweek.v ,-at Mt.'Dora.While' Uiere'they lrtCi .imm... .. : .,
made: a. proposition .ctovcomplete1 thep"of''about consigned ,W'KI imm..' and St. gilt week to meet the officialsof It is 60x18 feet the lumber enjoyed numerous- trips through the The. Bank of Osceola., County:'war
f nine miles which,.has Cloud. S the East Coast line and'ask thata coming*from'the Florida Lumber surrounding the Mt. Dora granted permission,, ,to reduce, its
hem :left unfinished'and'stated'that '- ''1''beI''at'tin'oOUllIf' ones',and' will station placed at theintersec- Crate Company which .has its head.. Yacht*Club i picnic' Included,'. '''Going bond on the'bulkhead funds',on. derposit
; heVwiabed! a quick decision on the be about 5,000 in number for this tion of the I railroad and the Melbourne quarters here. in the Mallory I motorboat throughLakes on. half., ; :
matter as he had to keep his organization place. "They are shipped in" large road. He.was accompanied by The'electric hoist"and two electric ,.Dora,..EustU i and U.m..andIIttl. The old councU..adjourned'andtheanew .
'at work. The. chairman...said cans;:sad-come as baggage"aceompa-' Editor Johnson of the St. Cloud Tri- motors ''for the dredge have arrived. 'Ochlawaha and Dead Rivers, officer were sworn .''In.',J. W.
that" all the money 'the board .now I nied,by a representative, of the Fish bune. The! pump and the' cutter head''will they arrived at Grand;Island where Thompson< acting 'as, temporary '
.. President Beckwith who be chipped from Tampa next week benches chairman . ..
r Inr.vleW'was' .. $10,000 promised Commissioner" .t ,Washington./ Vice they found ample 'tables and '
bythe f State highway 'association, Secretary conferred with Messrs. Johnston'and and It seems only' matter of"a fewweeks and soon had a fire. Hot Coffee and 'J. S. Cadeltook, oath of office..a*
but he was ta hopes that the '...aoda.tlOII. I take them. In'urge'ontheirarrivaland' Johnson, stated that. the road was before the dredge will be in with the contents of well filled baskets chief executive and Mr. Thompson:
.:'''WOQld*eventually go' ahead .and 'deposit them In their .future now being run by the trustee and he I operation; removing the dirt from .- five-gallon freezerof< Ice' cream, and A. S. Gilbert,, a*.councilman.' .. + :
complete the; gap. Under -circumstances I home'.Lake"'Tohopekaliga. *" 3Ifwill I could not say what action they would i the lake front and depositing it in fruits and bonbons, 'made a' sumptuous Mr. Cadel,, has .previously filled
the boord.could notltake / -remembered that a ship take on.the question' but, that he I the Ul back of the wall.. feast.. The tropical scenery this i important position with, dignity
action'at the present'date*.?_ \ ment.of bass was' received, from the! would strongly recommend the placing I The commercial.: dock County Surveyor R. Gj; Reynold*, fish! j commissioner. t,last, year.'. and 1 of the station at the point men.I next :and the :present, intention of the grand. Another. trip included Lake. to x-Mayor Steed.-. .Mayor1'
made'his 'report on the road material, placed in *the t lake;r and .efforts the .' tioned. The matter will be passed firm. Maloney and Lupfen. is to construct Dora BeauclahV Carlton and 'Horseshoe Cadel's untiring efforts .to ,relieve
at Campbell.t Tho ;- question off,the government continue -its upon at the May meeting of the '''rail one half at .n order to ,' to Lake Gem. ti' ooftu.t sufferers during the epidemic,
right"oi.;way'In; then E;; E/Brown time will. come 'who tTobopekaliga road offtcial..aDd the Messers Johnston have the use of the old structure unr here two, years ago when,.hi* car'
matter was passed,upon. ". will be famous for its fine game. . fish. and Johnson returned' home tU a. portion of the new dock. ia com' was kept* gotn: day and night until
L.R.:. Farmer made:::an'adverse report .' ;t. c.. : confident of the success of their mission pleted. tRUCKCROPSBRINGRECORD'PRICE ."'I'J'', patient was insured are.
*'on' the smalt ,road grade'"machine It. ,is a'safe prediction that marvelous ,would, alone recommend blaH i to thehearts
offered to' the county by C.- E. AGED HAN FALLS DEADWHILEBOARDINGTRAIN 'The Melbourne road is fifty-four .changes will take place on the :. : of the people.. : .
Carlson for $200., -The-clerk-was instructed miles long, beginning at Klssimmee lake' front before the return of Kisfeimmee's BIG ; I. Mr. Thompson' has -also aerved'
to take up the'.matter. with and ending at the east county line winter residents next fall. Klssimmee. before in the same'capacity '
Mr. Carison. i ,, not far from Melbourne' The peopleof The bulkhead project, which will .1 he is now serving and is also
Judge T. M. Mtarphy asked the that city are now making; an effort reclaim nearly one hundred; acres of POTATO'.ACREAGE weir liked as a city,official. Mr: Gilbert . r
board to'have'the court house yard ' to hard surface their road to waste land and transform it into an '' has just completed a"term to a
cleaned up the debris from work on FOR MICHIGAN HOME the line and have already shelled ideal residence section of the city which h. was appointed and has en ,r
the new vault being still on the five or six miles of its length. has been championed by the Gazette Barrels ef Irish Potatoes Lakey ether occasions been a faithfulefficient
f ground. The clerk was instructed to The completion of the Melbourneroad eveikaince it came into existence and 15,000 official. ,

get in touch.. with- W. B."Arnold, the Death ,Comes .WithevtHffMBCBYs Netke would 'revolutionise travel to It< .IJcreat satisfaction to sect the |. Shipped! Frost Kissimmee. '., -In the ;organisation' of thevnew:
contractor.' --- ' -Qese* Eyes ef G., A. R.- 'he east:coast and would shorten the bsp}nninc; of the consummation of Potate Prices Sear fad BeansFoDowSait. i council,G. ,W. Fox made *a' De.t- .'
A letter from former county agentM. distance to Palm Beach and:other this great civic development.W. 'H- speech nominating It.; M.: Breakerfor*
1
M.'Javens, was read in which he Veteran Oa Homeward' cities by some 110 miles. Klssimmee "' I chairman which was unanimously *-s
declined the position of county agentof Journey., would have direct connection with L BARBER ANNOUNCES'FOR This season promises; establish' approved. ",
Osceola county on the score of a the Dixie highway which passes TAX ASSESSORW. a record for' truck growers of Os Lewis O'Br.aa'had 'no opposition *
previous engagement. Monday afternoon .. the north through,'Melbourne. ceola county for' the crops which to re-election as city attorney.The .
C.f A.,Canon, Jr., presented the bound passenger train, was" leavingthe I. 'Barber, who announces this have begun to move are bringing prices council ,confirmed Floyd Then .t ,,s
," monthly estimate on the work of the station 'death claimed an aged WALTER C. BASS ANNOUNCES week for reflection' tax assessor never before received, here. as chief of police, with Ben F.. Cobb *'
St. Cloud-Melbourne highway alo man who was starting for his Michigan is too well known to need much ofanintroduction Messrs. R. P. :
4 held' FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONERWalter King and A.' L. Hansen aa nigh;watchman, on. appointment ,
the ten cent out to the public. For a
Including per home. who operate | of the mayor .
V, under terms'of-the contract. At- wifewere number of ye.raMr. Barber has occupied signed
[ the Homer C. Everett and his just across a lake have the Chairman Breaker oa entering oa
(,>j torney Pat Johnston advised, the boarding the train homewcrd C. Bass, who announces for with integrity and success contract for the sale of their Irish Us new addressed his fellow''
board against paying the ten percent bound when they started to enter the re-election ? as school -commissionerfrom what Is'considered to be a most difficult potato,crop at $12 per barrel .for'No. workers duUnu owe: :
1 until the work was completed. wrong car and were told to pass on District No. 1. will b:; the end position and one,of the least 1''s and $11 for No. 2's, which is said Gentlemen: I.wish to thank you
...;;. However, there being very little down the train. It was some distance of the present year, have filled this appreciated \within the gift of the to be the, best ,price ever paid for for the honor conferred on me In,
':"r. more work to be done on the ,road to their car and it is thought the exertion Important' position' for 'fourteen people. Mr. Barber has modernized Osjeeola. county potatoes. electing me to preside over thU honorable -
r.?1 the board agreed to do this. A separate ' and pokeibly a little, excitement years.: During this time .Mr.'Bass, as the equipment and organization of Mesh, ,Hansen arid 'King have board for the ensuing term'. rand w
-. warrant w. drawn, on an excess were too. much for the elderlyman chairman of the board, has been instrumental the office in .every, respect' and- has about twenty acres of spuds which Is desire to. that it shall be
say my'pleasure
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freiCbt'charce for $1,n7.6S. and he was overcome. '-.' In .effecting a'(constant always 'produced a creditable set; of estimated will yield\,ODe thousand 'to treat each and "'I'J"m.mbel' *
,making a total altogether of 20000. Mrs. Everett had passed bn down Improvement the, school affairs of tax book ? .- barrels of seasonable potatoes.. According ,of honorabl. body with '
\l' county.Engineer iR, G.. Reynolds the aisle looking Tor '* se-.t and as the county, and It is safe to say thatif 5.5 U Mr. Barber' Is re-elected it is ,to to,contract they will dig the the utmost your COUrtooT during' the :...-
"N': presented map. showing ,i the'road she turned> to find that be had i not he ia again elected he will continue be' confidently expected that, no crop ,n.xt the usual tIN time that I preside.It .
from St. Cloud to the Brevard conn- joined her she saw'a..crowd at the tIMI' faithful and efficient' performance -. change will occur in the efficient administration time potato digging begin., i. my hope and desire that this. ,> "

&" tlln., 'which 'win. ,approved 'and entrance ,Hastening bsck' .h. found .of, _-bin duties. of the office. Conservative men ,.Y are at board will exert Its very beet effort' j
filed. him lying in'the aisle.with his headon : least 400 acres of. ) potatoes planted toward the upbuilding of;'our city
NGJt4sMAH the platform of the car.' Passengers In the' immediate neighborhood at during the coming year,and that the
: C SEARS HOME ON EASTER' CANTATA cHAIRMANBREAKER'
rushed to. Uer'assistance; .bat Kl lwnee-and that fully, 16.000! bar.rels improvements new under way will bo- a
.' 'FLYING 'VISIT.. -. death had closed his. this will '
tiT eyes on 'be, shipped from:>this point completed' In ucnumanS"nturued: ;: borne world forever.. The" attending physician : this season r a credit to this. and the, former'
'O pronounced 'the 'c;.uae of v his DRAWS CROWD AT NAMES COUNCIL Sheriff Ingram 'and 'S'B.; Aultmanare bard.- :

c.;I this week from 'Washington" where be will andleft, deliver death ae.heart'failure. f, growers having, out large acreageB'ef'pototoea Please allow no: to, sayi; 'tba ''-,n'w"my :' :
,"a. 'for'Ok.echob.e, The body was 'taken to Underttaker I, here with. R. W, opinion i we'.... flow at a point .
; commencement 'address. boa Thompson's' parlors, and prepared 'METHODIST.CHURCH COMMITTEES Boice, Joseph .Sears,'E. Rj Brown, ia the' history of our city,, where we S',
,,'l fore. ;the schooltonight.Congressman .- for' journey home. It was shipped Lewis '
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O'BryanHenry .
l ,- t. Overstreet, can go ahead and'make one of the C
,
,Sears is the ranking.Democratic j ft .. .
Tuesday' >acompanied by Mf Ev W. H. Davis, Charles Neid and .others best town in Florida if we persevere'sad .
member of/the Committee A. cantata "Easter Angel" Gentlemen of the Council of.the
1. .ntt., .- was City who have planted five or ten continue improve. our streets i,
; on Education and received the in Mr. Everett'wu' retired farmerwho rendered Sunday evening by the City of JOuimmee Florida I acres each. sewer, fir department,/tmMto ntdt-"
'-"' vitation to deliver the abov. addresseonte had been spending the-winter in choir of the Methodist church beforean ',' I hereby nominate and appoint the Green beans=are going to be anoth.. the and the great: bulkhead ***,' ,.
, .;. months ago. ,He etat"fl that he.! St. Petersburg'' had,come,to'Klssimmee. audience which filled the,large following-members of the city council -winner: this year for the flat of dock now under- construction, V
,, expected to return to Kiisimme.sonte'time .to visit a sister who resides auditorium of the building.. to act as chairman and membersof the-'...ooa sold On the local market -
j next week and"will rest up near the city.: He was, seven: ave The rostrum was appropriately theseveral committees the like "hot cakes' Saturday for the ('

{for three hiHon.W.J.Sear or eamp.fp.r, four days, before. '.,tarttog .-' years old,and a veteranof the GvA. decorated with flowers" and potted ensuing:., ye re' )." sum.of $5 per hamper.'" ' The, Art Exhibit:
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on
lilliea .
R. plantsEaster1 predominating.The Finance Committee "

choir made a< pleasing--en in.. dflbert ,, NEAR EAST RELIEF BENEFIT Well Attended
8.- S.
: 'Flo1'd/ch.lrm.n;; A.1 '
t MR5. Ji & JOHNSON ENTERTAINS trance 'from the. side of the rostrumas "
.lo'W.Tl1OmpllOD. SUCCESS.
?: vifpr 'I ,
W. M.'S., Miss Louise Thomason., the Ibit'w1Lelii"1.)
Street Committee. '. The annual'art ia ,
pianist .began the'p..lade.\.BeT. R. '
Re-election ;, F, Hodnett the pastor of the'church :George"W. Fox. chairman;. R., S. The moonlight 'boat'ride, and carnival progress. at the Osceola High school?
The Woman's. Missionary;.f Society read the scripture story of the death Floyd, :A. S.-:,Gilbert.i ;', arranged by. Mrs. R. WL Meik- la being well attended and even the r
of the, First Baptist chunk met,.t resurrection'of the ; Sanitary Coeuiittee., .. lejon .and',Misr. Isabel Hamilton. for school: children as well a* the grown' &'{
Lord. .
Hon Wl. 3t Sears Is announcing in T i the benefit of the Near East Relief r"
the home of Mrs. J. G. Johnson:TTnee-: interest'picture fe the' 20
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.The offeratory was a beautiful R. 8. Floyd.-chairman A. S. Gilbert up are showing an- .
this week's issue of the Gaaetto that I da,,.- with Mrs. Marion Carson;lead-I Thompson.' ; wa .,a pronounced success, though at shown <'W .
violin f
solo br R.'be Witt Brown, ao.companledb7' J. W. : f ; >
la 're-election to th.eleventh hourthe v
'he
a which boat not
: woeoMr er of "ThoVIrt Program. ''sad'':CharitiseCommittee. Was' A lively campaign wan"waged fer. > \
Miss Louis Tnomaon. Edncattoa. Cemetery
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-: Sears ed solidly in I .. obtainable and all '
, ; follower r : , plans. .were chang- the advance'sale of admission tick ,
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< his : .
the last election bJ' the people of "CSod.. od. '
Hymn 'PraUe.-Thee' O '' offered
three '
eta for picture
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TEaster were
home;county where he has Jived for ..i Scripture Le..nYietoJ'7. According ;.The cantata. Angela, by 3'W.' Thompsonchairman, J" 'Geo.. A: 'In.) iine"to' the Country,Club to'the 1 < thegreatest >
F. S.' Feeds 4s ' as prise*, grades selling
the' past thirty-Ave"years, sad received to the Scripture.1', : with is ,. & WQaclerfu1l71leUlnc W. :Fox, A. B.'GUbert. was' substituted 'and the carnival number 'of ticket' .. >'/. '
a flattering' veto.from ether G. Johnson: Rulee sad Ordinaa e CesasmlUee. heldthere. .. '
i' Prayer-Mrs. J. \ '.The bY rx'''
first prise was woe
Thenof the,datn . ,_ ,fl')'-ralJc-.Enential Factor ,in ,our work with the inspiration which Is .used of the:ressnrrection the- 1 R.' S. Floyd, .chairman; George?,W. Mrs. Metldejon and Mies'Hamiltonwere : '! Cecelia' Overstreet'e.. ftOmJ' the aee. ..
'., be no question bit that Victory having for' Hs sub beads, taxi, story as" i Fox''A.' B.-G bert. ' assisted b-many charming !a. end by Mias.Wooldrtdge's. room and fjf'the : "

= ne has, made good In even respect Visions,, Faith and Preparation, by Each'number:of the program'was I Electric 'Light and Water tormsitte.A. .dies who sold o.erat ,candies.'.etaTbe' third goes to .,Mlrs.. E. 8., Ed-; "

end fullx.'justified: ...the. 'confidence' '* MM. A.. C. Chapman. > : well executed,and was received by 8. GflberV;' chairman; R,.' S.. I fortune' telling booth* were agreat wards' :room. <*.* .p
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-of his*people. "How the Baptist 75 Million Campaign evident appreciation the audience Floyd George--Fox. attraction.and the, side.;'shows The total sea; ofadvance jticket*", ". ..
' . The preaenti I elllon' Just closed has 'Mrs. O. B.Fall. well patronized.. '
waa, Helped, by Those ''taking part In the cantatawens' : Belldhmg Cosaudttee.A. . amounted to $98.r . . .
been featured by heavy work.: Added Sandwiches cake and
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punch
1 were The ? --
chairman exhibit opened"'Wudne.d.y evening'wlth
Director-VL S. Gilbert
to this he was'' called home by the {; Baaford, ; pianistMiss ; George served late Sa the '
the '
Hymn.-'Falth in Victory. '' evening. reception.Music-
Thompson. :
a large
I Louise Thomason *. *. .'
Wt Fox J :
critical illness of his only son, Joseph ; HalL' . Misses, Maude ,Alice' 'and'"Ada; soprano The proceed from the benefit were was furnished by R. DeWitt Brown'.,
who the of: death Talk-"EnWiment C. Ditching Covualttee. ., '
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at point '
lay Victory Mrs. v gratifying, amounting !Lady'.$75. orchestra. rrThe
Helen, Baas Rober- twenty piece ;
Wagner
Ethyl R. chairman A,,S. Gilbert
Notwithstanding this S.'Floyd ;, -
hospital. .
m Croxton. & the dom ,
son. EUa' .Mae'' Gilbert. tenth grade lassie of : ,
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handicap .he acquitted himself with Fast Our Vle- Dorothy George w.Fox..1 -+. S \ '
1a Talk-MHoldhig Wefts, Lola Alpha. West- IREE'SURGERY. stic' department refreshed the vhw
credit to himself' aDd .his constituents teJ'1'."-U...., Carson. "t . .. and Overstreet I Bulkhead Committee.. tons with fruit punch' served.from +
fall Mrs. Parker
and leaves a record 'any, one The program was concluded by repeating see Alberta ); contralto, Mis- George ;W.;.Fox; chairman 'J, W.Thompson _.. Another new .: .d' growing work' daintily decorated table*.' "- t
Hopson Bran
should be proud of. .' Margaret A. S. Gilbert. akin to forestry is tree surgery. '
the campaign slogan; f: Oft Thursday eveninsr Walter' Lee .'
Mrs.
C. S. Gilbert .
1 He will be at home for a few days' session son. Summa J. B. submitted This was originated by an Ohio man '
A. short business wa. pre- M... C. H. and Mrs. Respect and hi*. sister, 'Mis" Zalda, Tendered
.rest and then will make tour of his who now maintains'a school to train
a H-M. BREAKER.
sided over by Mrs. O. B. Falls. president ; musical the mandolin ,
M. O. program on
Wells tenor C- H. Summers
district to give an. account of "his. then Mrs. Johnson and .ben and .lobn G hami.barltose President''Board of Councilmen. ,of his worker, all of whom ,find employment accompanied by the piano.' . ..' t

1 (Stewardship.. "r' daughter, M3sa, Delilah,. served delicious Overstreet and Byron Ames., Murray. the; City of Klssimmee.ANNOUNCEMENT..- 'withmt psayot; ''the' The exhibit cloeee .this afternoons jl
sandwiches ct
refreshments, of p
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MISS TURTtLLE, ENTERTAINS. ATBRIDGE. cakes and coffee.Ii"yourboya. 1 course.' This >work 1* Interesting LATM N j .. '
I This Is:a good old world after all, scientific well paid, and give. ahoy ' SEE -
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the bet'aT of aa; have tried 'to lira. Sarah :A.Pest''announces a wholesome out-of-door life.It At, 'eJoek' : : afternoonmen' .* "
-. member of the pigoipeanut up the engagement and approaching meeting will be held at tie' U'{ >
The"Wed'aeada, afternoon. >Bridge claD Jf .not,.talk.to the .date. Moat of us are.. nnU'.atiE.d marriage of her" daughter, Janie takes between 100 end 200 year* MtethodUt Sunday school room"fer/-
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,, .'Mrs.-, ButterfTs tea loops,. with,, Miss.Turville have your boy join one W'both of .About makings\the.start for'heaven street the v wedding, to. take--r place in IK,fee*.. But teakwood makes, perhaps men and boye.cordially tovlted,,to bar -1'
U 4 '. hostess these. progressive' clubs. f ,., the:,near: ,future.' the.peat lasting lumber' known.::.present., : -., -5 + "' '

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.TWO , THE KISSIMMEB VALLET GAZETTP. 7RIDAY. APRIL 9. 1MO . ... t ti

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r EPISCOPAL LADIES RAISE EASTER PARTY!FOR LITTLE X,.,
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:Keep" The System f< Clean' The ladies LARGE' belonging SUM.to the, Guildof Mrs, Claude, PEOPLE.Harper ", 'de '."'

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the St. John's Episcopal!: church, lightful Easter party for her small 1 'ff
and their friends} have been making; daughter, Miss Claudia, Saturday f
And You'll Be Healthy a strong effort; to assemble a fund afternoon at the Harper horn on ,
with which to purchase a rectory Clyde avenue.' < n
that a resident rector might be secured .. The little people played '''on if"i

Elimination: kelps to avoid coMs headaches, mod epidemics for the, organicaticB. I the lawn,. the feature of the games afternoon : ";
They began with a cooked food 1 being .an Easter,egg hunt when \(
sale garden parties and other activities -
little baskets
'a 41 who .has watched edp....1 that you may ban. known to ladies then funds with instructions were to presented search for to each the ;:,
ANYONE knows there ill DOthr: .H whan you feel drowsy are?.needed. Now they have realized ecgl. I'.'
to health diary or Hlioua, when you feel a through their effort more than five Edith Lesley and Dorothy Belle 1
y and -'art.. reiralar dailyelinnation. >>, cold or a fever coining on, when hundred dollar and a. soon a* the Kats were finders for the gold I'I.
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{ ..Half of the minor illmaa. 'there ia *. epidemic when you men of the'church make their subscriptions and Cynthia Carson was fortunate eggs
k ; ''N of life are doe to neglect this. have/eaten/ anything about which : the work on. the rectory in discovering the greatest numberof I P.( ',I.,1
.' { The five million men who were in you are in doubt. It ia at Such can be begun. eggs. 5 :
; ? our army know the. importance tinea that you need to be free of The Guild met this 'week at the Mrs. Harper assisted by her '
,,rp $ : the doctor. 'ettachsd to this poisons end of fermenting foods.i home of Mrs.: W. J. Sears' when it Mrs. Livingston, refreshed the guest children ,"l'
function.. *.i YoW can buy Dr.Caldwell,Syrup was decided to postpone the bazaar with ice 'cream and lady "
p By aO mean* try to regulate Pepsin at any drag store.. Thousands until faU and have a sale now of the the close of the afternoon.fingersat
o' y t yourself by intelligent diet and of families have It CODe fancy work already turned in. At the party DeRheta
were Alderman
S exercise:: but when these fail yon atantly In the house against The following donations were madeto Cynthia and Betsie Canon.- sir{
will need a laxative, one .. near -.... "the rectory building fund Mrs. Bloxham Crawford; Junior Farmer rt cow
to nature in iu action u skill can In sptq of the fact that Dr. CoUJl'SjntfPetntnitAflarteftttlUng. Thurman $50; Mrs. Hornsby, $60; Howard Katz,. Jr., and little Jimmie. \
a make It. In the opinion of many ... Mrs. Morrison. $25; Mrs. Price $10; Dorothy Bullock, Katherine and Bill,
thou.aad.dgoodAmericewsuch Uaasi La-- <. *h* -4." cAm Mrs. Clay Johnson, $10; Mr*. Bul O'Bryan Edith Lesley, Dorothy Belle I
dry r. a o.e la Dr. Caldwell'a Syrup heat ovn 6..au.old each lock. $10; Miss Hamilton, $10; Mrs. Kate Patsey Johnston, Joy and Car-
Pe_.which la w kietitiit ox year' ,martyr wIw..t.d tu bmtfitt ttavf Singeltary $10; Mrs Best, $10; olyn Makinson Marion and Jane
simple laxative herb with pepsin., woe yet auld IL' I/TOM SUMS not,send Mr. Learning;*$10; and two ten dol- Canon Evelyn Piano Jack Livingston w .
It act pI'CIIIIptIy.-tIf withosa fuum and aJd at far a/Vet trial lar subscriptions: which were not i accompanied Shirley Van Agnew Bob and-
.out griping and wfll with certainty boalt to Dr. W.. CL O-M-ivr'f, sex by names. Frederick Gilbert Emmett
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; regulate .any '.tendency to ODO- W..,.,..> Sc.. ;Di.raksllq Mrs. Price and Mrs. Hornsby also and Carolyns Carson' Brown ,t
subscribed $5 each to the ,food sale.

DR. C, ALDWE 'LL* SSYRUP PRETTY SOCIAL COURTESIESFOR PARTIES AT.SATURDAY.THE-COUNTRY- CLUB electric lamps. E


PEPSINTHE MISS-GILBERT. Several partie--tored;;; out to the I' The fountains play the
: Miss Ethel
Gilbert who became Country club I
: the bride of John Saturday afternoon aa
A. Wednesday
; # Erickson has become the custom to enjoy a social trade mark chances read-
was the honoree at two ))0'
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hour and ,
: PERFECT LAXATIVE lovely Friday shower and. Saturday last week afternoons, given repectively. on- tea placid on Lake the Tohopekaliga.shady refreshing veranda afternoon facing Inn alternately WRIGLEY'SSPEARMINT I

Mrs. W. B. Crawford had at her ';
Mrs. Earle Cowger of St. Cloud DOUBLEMINT.
table Mrs. If. ,"
C. Stanford and danhter. .
, and Miss Orpha Rose were hostessat ,

OSCEOLA'S BEES "GO OVER THE AT MRS. LUPFER'S HOME entertaining the Parks about hotel Friday thirty friends afternoon of &lAam\nrr.\ Miss Mrs.. Mattie M. T.; Markley Mrs. Frank_and and JUICY FRUIT. and the ;
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TOP"i daughter Myrtle Mrs. K. O.
One of the prettiest showers of the the shower.bride-to-be with a miscellaneous Wells, Mrs.. Mlles Misses Peacock Spearmen "do a turn."! ;' $
e.i 'J The meeting* of the home demonstration season was the shower given for Milling and Enlah Render. U 11't' /
4 club continue to interest the Miaa Ethel GUbert, at the home of The cleverness, of the guests werejaaedti"by..tlte .,. .Mr and Mra. .W., &, Potter, iMrs. :{
jrjasinuaee, ladle and many helpful Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lapf r, Jr.. Sat i'vie 'to the Bride request:to wrtte "Ad- Coombs, Mr. and'Mne. John Dick Tbto' ..1d MM oUttty tar I abort
and much merriment I
topics ware diaenMed Monday after- urday afternoon from 4:80 to 6:80. were another tea party. '
'.t f soon at the April **sslon.Mr The entire. decoration of the Lnpfer wa caused by the result Mrs. R. W. Metklejon, Misses. Mary KKMXX Me te from aO owr fb. world. ;yl,
*.,G. W. Best, aeenrtary of the horn wa red Easter lilies which The wee Misses Hall and Fall then and Frieda Laidlow, Messrs.. L. A. .. .
f club whereby in harmoney with the entered bringing with them a beautIta1.Iy and W. A. j
,-; ? gave aD economy recipe was quite decorated Hamilton Miss Isabel \:
strawberries might be made Intodelicious wagon filled with Hamilton and Harry Hunter. were 1
1 IS rl preserve with the use of "M *. Lnpfer and Miss Ella Mae enticing looking packages. Examin other guest at the club. I *' ./ill H'i
,. their lag the gift occupied the remainder Sealed tv mi 11v
; pectin made from oranges accordIng Gilbert graciously received Kept
,to the formula issued fat the bul guest and presenting each with a of the afternoon which was concluded DISTRICT CONVENTION W.c:.T.U. JUICY FPUIT
:1 F letin* from Gainesville. Mr. Best small book In which to inscribe useful with refreshments of strawberries FRIDAY.The Tight Right
d' stated .... strawberries were selling suggestions to the bride and a served with whipped cream i\\ :.:
at forty cents! per quart the addition sketch of the brat day; ** bonsekeep- cakes and punch. district convention of the A7 i.(.
of the pectin reduced the cost of. the iDlI". Woman's Christian Temperance Union -
'i prepared' fruit Jut. one ball When the merriment had subsided YOUNG LEWIS OBRYAN will be held at the Methodist }!
*? Mr* M. D. Alexander wa* the from the reading of these clever STRUCK BY AUTO church Friday. April 16. Miss Minnie e '" yz"
demonstrator for the afternoon and composition the bride-to-be was E. Neal state president, will be : ::
? prepared and baked the molt tempting given a seat of honor and presented Lewis O'Bryan, Jr. the eldest eon with us, and give an address in the 'I ;1'
; eocoannt drop cake which were with a daintily decorated basket of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis O'Bryan was evening. She is a forcible speaker ; 11 I INr'
r served with a cup of hot tea. containing not the ordinary Easter struck by a parsing car Sunday' and and thoroughly understands conditions 91:
While the ladies were being re eggs but lovely gifts from her narrowly escaped serious injury. The not only in Florida, but in the : .Nt4i
freshed Mis Albina Smith, the eonn'" friends. accident occurred on Clyde avenue nation. \ .
; agent, gave interesting data of Pretty favors for each guest were in front of the O'Bryan residence All who are interested in the cause '
; j 4 the bee club of the county. Miss original fortune tied ., Smith said that the bee culture in bon and decorated with hearts. was riding in. At that moment two are urged to attend. Come and hear :
Osceola county was in a very prom The hostesses served delicious ice cars which were approaching; from Miss Neal. All women are invited I
:, icing condition and most hive now cream with cake and mint opposite directions, passed. It all to the sessions of the convention. r
a }. housed strong sturdy swarms which Those invited to attend this pleasant happened in a moment. The car be- Morning 10 to 12; afternoon 1:30:
j; were ready to store up honey. There event were Misses Ethel Gilbert ing driven by Mr. L. A. Hamilton, to 6. "
a were a few exceptions to the rule Elon Guice Orpha Rose Grace struck Lewis throwing him to the MRS.. M. A. CLARK Pres. :t .:
however, for in two or three instances Gilbert Helen Bass, Maude and Louise pavement and inflicting a severe cut
i the bee* had already "gone over. Thomason Ethel Wilder Cecelia on the head FLIGHT FROLIC PLEASES '1
+'' the top" and filled every possible I Overstreet, Marie Boyd Ruby_Whid- The physician who was called to KISSIMMEE AUDIENCEThe
apace with that most delectable,food den Mary Bryan Nettie Newton. attend him. was obliged< to take several 1''j, ,
orange honey. I. I Mattie Bell Harris, Charlie' M*e stitches to close the wound. aviators appearing at the Casino ,
1 Therecipe for Mn. Alexander's Cross, Alberta Hopson, Kathlene Lewis was badly bruised,about the Monday night in "Flighty Frolics" \ fi
r drop, cake follow: Bearden Elsie Norton Maude Alice face and head also but is now rapidly were fast and furious fun makers fJ
t w Cocoaant Drop Cab and Ada C. Wagner Ouida Malloy I recovering giving an eight act vaudeville ,
P 1 Nina Bratton, Mrs. Mattie Belle Sie- which was applauded from start to ''' 'd;
cup gran sugar, 8-4 cup butter ver, Mrs J. D. Jeffords, Mrs. G. W. MRS. INGRAM HOSTESSTO finish. .
salt ggs, 1 package cocoanut, pinch Persons, Mrs. C. L. Randy. Mrs. Many of Uncle Sam' boys who \ ,
: BRIDGE CLUB
enough flour to make : ,
a stiff Marvin Dupont Mrs,, S. L. Lupfer, are members of the company were . 'ff

'dough 1 egg,at cream a time butter continue and to sugar stir add until Sr., and Mrs. Earle uowger. .., Mrs. L. II. Ingram'was a charming professionals better than some and the professionals.amateurs were. .\\k\ \, L
wen creamed hostess to the Monday afternoon '.
add cocoanut then '
? flour push from a teaspoon with, a PICNIC AND SWIM AT LAKE: bridge club this week, entertaining' the Every audience act seemed, and to be a hit' with :t
encores were In- I
at her home
knife on Mabbette street.,
form .
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Two tables f'
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player the

a ,..' .even.You can pan also; bake use in chopped a moderate raisins and A their merry chaperon crowd-of motored young to people Lake pretty game prize through and. the Mrs.afternoon P.enjoyed C. Bnttorff hours, cast honors and for the their boy.performance will have to here divide (? ,r ;(

' 4t or chopped mint In placeof cocoa- Conway Friday evening for a moonlight was presented with a dainty guest MR. AND MRS. STEEDENTERTAIN ,
nut.sln. jftwim and a picnic supper prise. AT ,
Mrs Ingram refreshed her'guesta BRIDGE t

ti '1898 gasoline sold for six cents round The a party bon flre was later.in honor of. Mia with a with delicious ice course served Mr. and Mrs.-W.-J. Steed entertained Get the Necessary Tools ,4
,* gallon. served hot coffee at the close of ,.
i Gladys Harbangn. ,,,of Winter Haven. the tames."FAIR with four tables of bridge

r H.-? ". .... -p--p--------------- '.A.AA. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ AND WARMER"HASLAUGH MHss Saturday Inca evening 1 Carson complimentary and her fiance.to and Enjoy Your Motor Trips ,
a Na. . ; RECORD Robert Angus whose wedding will,
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4, ;: '' ; ; ' Later in ,the evening the honoree out. your kit with good, dependable l'
SEED BEANS.. ;,, TOMATO, CUCUMBER,, MELON,, SEED CORN, "Fair and Warmer," Avery-fl owood' was surprised with kitchen FILL ,
,SORGHUM ,' riotous' farce,'. May 'Allison' when a shower pliers, screwdrivers' etc., to f
'.1 VELVET;BEANS, COW,PEAS.SEEDS. first starring vehicle'' for' Screen she 1 was> presented with. won- you
Classics, Inc. under Its ',"fewer big; defnl device.for that very 'important ; will not have to borrow. 'We have everything 't.
'and better" picture this '.department. of every .household.
gee policy for tool-box and work-bench.
't
-HL fall,'which will be the CISSiMMEECupid :
: .. the Casino Cheater seen on Wednesday screenat WEDDING BELLS' IN i I' 7

broke many records during its >long kept Judge!,"T.' M. .Murphy ,:. Then the right oils, greases, cleaners and \t, ?
occupancy of the stage.. Among other -: busy the early. part, of the week issu polishes. \|,
i marks it set; was a record for the 1 lug licenses and, performing ceremonies ,1S!
We ' ) longest continuous laugh ever evoked J I. ,
can supply for immediate ,shipmefe aU the' leading and , t
from a theater audience, { On Monday Roy F. Smith and Miss This week we are making a special display
'standard'varieties,, of,all kinds of'seeds for State.- Nora l;,
planting-in our Driggera, both of this city
"A ,FOOL AND:HIS MONEY." were married. by. the, Judge at his. .. ot the 1 things that smooth the way to motor- "':
in '
t 'Success: gardening or:i farming depends to a very' large extent "" < home. "'" [*3 ing enjoyment. Come in. '
4 on, the quality. .. of seeds.you plant.' '': ".A. fool and .his money" a S.I* Horace Lee and ,, Miss Nola Poe- ft
adapted for, the nick Uen',
fI", picture screen: both :of Orlando, presented
It hat :been demonstrated! beyond a doubt that desired results from the story by,George.:Barr. Mc- themselves at the Judge** office, '

; can ,only< come"through. planting.seeds of' known.quality. O'Bryan-will Cutcheon and be*the starring attraction Eugene at the band asking,and,that wife.he,'pronounce. . them ,.hus,-' Osceola Hardware Co. ( &,

Casino theater Mondayv.; ' .: The' Judge is one''of the' kindest MARTIN'S BT-TEST'SEEDS ,INSURE CROPS.' ThetorTa setting. I.: an ancient -hearted men In the world but frowned :
'. ), feudal 'caaU.'hi the Swiss Tyrol on the,request,' tolling:them.that
.-' whither an American author goes in a' written .consent of the :parents

3EMiOLEFLINT. ,' 'SEED 'CORM, ,THE VARIETY" FOR 'FLORIDA, ,I search of U.peace,I'Ends and chOna.Yi11aiDouacount. literary:' atmospheres -, must.'accompany:*.,so .young; ,brideelect. THe '7Y.1NCHlS Jt noaa \\i,,1I f.

, .Write ..fee, ,Mwpiea. ; bfenutiea'.aad. 'pikes., ,ti .,' and romance.; Be you 1 1 I On ..Tuesday the m ( couple- t, i
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t. thnnJp'exd.tJD.. experiences 'baa a again appeared at : this
j .Our, spring '1920. 'catalogue l is ready'end will be nailed "free"of heart-throb or two, and provide ,a' time provided with the. consentr and ''
.charge ,, fine romance for Mr.' MeCntcheoa: ,by with: the parent-, aa well and :
} the II'i
( on request Itcontaiw'information' (
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Florida winning "the only girl.:, j wedding bell rang merrily. < .
,Trucker*"and.Planter*.. 'I'It The old. 'aaying: :... ".'foot and Ida ', ., ''LAA W'w'A wWw A' . \ .
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mcm applied to him becauseh'baa

AlBU';, '."COTTON' ""SEED turned out.'pnrehased'the to be a'fair. castle bargain;' but after: It .,r,,;."., DON'TDESPAIR 1 :. J. H. tlNDSEY & SON 1i_

I CANE,'ORANGE,, TEXAS RIBBON CANE, MILLET; ." PEANUTS -, all, and the "fool" proved. to be anything -'' .,! : t

: , : HOG GOOBERS,';TEOSINTE: RAPE, EGYPTIAN WHEAT.', but,a fooLLJLA 'it",!

? SUDAN. :;:CRASS," RHODES GRASS;'SEED SWEET .POTATOES ? LEE ,IN LITTLE PIRATE j Stance Battery Repair and Recasrrinr. Orden for New Batteries :

;,1 VELVET BEANS OATS,,. RYE .COW PEAS. ,A regular' old style pine' yarn, placed. Geaeral! car overhauling aid electrical work a specialty"in I

but with avery' modern rightin If jroaar* troubled with pains : the of starters ,
or way motor
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f Write,immediately for the nub 'of it. There' a villTan ,generators electric iron" etc. I::,
c + ) ; catalogue and price list also call on us '2 called I chea; feel tired; hare)'headache. t (
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Bad-Eye who trie
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for'any: special, ,information, "' ....you, may. desire regarding ',your1'crops.- map showing'where. .the I 1 treasure steal the ia 1.lodise.tfo4lsrtoaraia:pefnluI paw -
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'" -but seeing: that the map is rouse( I 81&- of. .wiDe you. solve find relief fas \,
S 'ctroui'pLUf: 1Na GUIDE, GET OUR CATALOGUE. ..,' on a'' human_ ahonlderl-well, that' .. .- ." -, w., 16 Stewart Ave. !.
.!' GET 1W TEST SEEDS.v: i v, the plot; come and see It 'unravelled. COLD MEDAL .
. And dont,,forget the "; ----- , ,
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I .. """ i ,, ,;tr Lila, Lee'in-Little Pirate" at, the :;':a1IImw' ........... ?
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::E. A. ':MARTIN SEED to __ JJee.aa..... The Bill Will Take It ,Awmy. H
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: ; 1 ,FOOD SALE Eagle Scout i Will, b
need to be
i '> < ., \ t ,.' . .. ") careful about your merit:yon Doctor (to patientf'Well) .y 'The ladiea of the SC,; 'John'. 'Sae sieeidh.radnd for badge. testa. yon" feeling this morning f
s : Guild' IIIeCIy lIdnsyi' There' one badge that "
: r, y.1; .(Oldest(establuhed'sseed"' house m Florida.) Episcopal church,,will bold aisle l .... bladder end,ante add troubles and. toget stung,on. yon are liable Patients. Very much better'ti i S t'

".:__ 'E.: .q- :* w. t,.. :. fancywork at the store. ,next,to the ......' R of Holland. elace IlK,, First ,Class Scoot :Which ia yon, doctor. The iS thing, that, ,
b3, : St: vM' 'FI8. TIIrM ... ... .. one troubles me X ,
; ,. T post office en Saturday next, and alee eases e11 .. fen ot.ed.gas' my &., ..:.. ;
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w ++ ,. I I feed.' regulat'.Ie ; ; :t ;.' ...- core areeael M.. 6drlfaa. ,-- Life." ', -; ".g 't_,qet,-omethlns:'to stop that,. *M
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W. JT. BTBBDCRBBS WHY HAVE add hot water. Too much salt will

AKERMAN AND STEED wilt the ,vegetables and spoil the t a- off with : smoke"CkesterfM eft
uut's it ,
vor. The beets should be cooked separately top a good '
Aee.e..rl,. ..4 C.S..l... at "'w.. : "SPRMFEVER"- ,or e&Dftedbeata. may be used. ;;
uar..e. av..towo.eie.t 'To servet Place the meat In the
.-.... .. mil State w v..... center'of the platter And arrange 7'j '"
...... o..rt. '" around It border of the various vegetable touches the spot Uke a good ,.
NOTHING !
*. Sprinkle with chopped parsley and nothing can touchChMterflclda ,
j" W: B. CRAWFORD or garnish with sprig of pars for '
genuinely Mtaia/flnr" body
:< ,. cabbage should ,
ATTOKXKY-AT-LAW Way Worry, FretTaad CM NefkiaiDene bee cut io .nghtifatfttr cooking. .and flavor. ,

': Offices 3. 4.-5. 6, and 7 CUlaenS Jut Becaaf''.Tee ,Pot.Roast ., .... Win Carraat In ..Cheaterfleld the finest of allky: aromatic

..' Bank ,Building.f Bleed I* SkgfrfcT .' Mat Sa.ee.t Turkish and rich. inellow Domestic

itiest.me.,. t ,t i Florida KEEP: FEELING: YOUR HAPPIEST ,'1-2:pounds* mutton (plate), Sea tobacco are blended to bring out. a new and. ,
soning. >finer quality of flavor. ("[

DR. X. J. DEKN G Pwtfy and TOM Up Tear Bleed WftaTkat Wipe meat sprinkle' with salt and Now you know why Che.tereelds'Safafjf"Y!
In
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place rack
\1. --.I'To1 DENTIST. I'' . ...... Tonic, 'p..,..- pan pepper, and dredge on meat and bottom And because this blend la exclusive and cannot F''

9 ... i Successor Dr. W. W. Carson.. Maafaa.iBeally. pan with flour. Bak. In hot oven for be copied; only Gheaterflelda con "aatiafyl"

tji Over the Postofnce.4DTFXCB Isn't ii"'i foolish to be handicapped 2 hours, basting frequently. with but- Each package la wrapped In moisture-proof, ,., .
ter or butter substitute. .Serve with
,t \ HOURS .'to 11:".'I:" to i for weeks in the Spring, just currant mint '..uee. glasaine paper. : that keep aUofChe', ,. original, try ti
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because blood U sluggish T flaror' Intact. ,
Phone. IlL your ::
Ofaeo The glorious Spring 'dajrst You Carrani( Mint Saa .. .

\\i';' ought to enjoy them instead off f...' Separate 2-1-tumbler' of currant
ing unhappy and half 'asleep vtast jelly in pieces, but do not beat it. ",
,:_ LEWISATTORNEYATLAW.craaTA". too tired out. for anything.; .You Add one or two tablespoonfuls flnelychopped J
for mint leaves and shaving .. ..
: ought to be' finding new vigor J
; f'' your work' In the Spring air..;;."pep," from an orange.rind. Serve around

Waring Building. enthusiasm, happiness I roast
But you can't because' year blood Eicalloped Con Beef.
It clogged with poison For long
2 cooked
rat Xehastoa O. P., CIu'fttI' months it has had too little fresh air 1 'cup cups medium white corned sauce beef,. 1 cubed, stalk;
and has fought off many: germs. Andit celery' fine l
a JOHNSTON *: GARRErrATTORNEYATLAW now has heatmakingproperties chopped.chopped ; 2 slices -onion,

that are not needed in warm weather.
; Cook celery and onion In sauce.
.
Otlosa 10. 11 and 12 Citlseos Bum! whenIt' Put the corned beef in a shallow t ,
Don't work under a handicap, '
baking dish. Remove and r
Building celery on-
t lr isn't necessary at all. Clear up
Ion
.. from Add to meat
' =l..lmm. rli your sluggish blood. Give it- help.Get sauce. sauce /
Sprinkle with bread crumbs moistened
some of that famous-blood purifier -
DR. C. E. DUNAWAY, with melted butter or butter
and tonic Pepto-Mangan.
substitute. Brown in hot
"1 oven.
;/ Pepto-Mangan Is used by: physicians -
J* Now Located Over Central everywhere. You can buy it at Veal Cutlets aid Soap.
any drugstore in either1 liquid or Cook a veal ihank In boiling salted .
r Drug Store, I tablet form lust as :you prefer. water until tender. Remove a*
I There's no difference In medicinal much meat .as possible from'' the
Broadway. value. bone. Cut the' pieces to resemble
fit ; I I. Make certain that you get the genuine chops.Take.
THOMPSON I Fepto-Mansran. Ask for "Gude'a this veal and season It welt
J. W. Pepton-Maniran. and... that the Roll in crumbs, egg and crumbs .'
I name "..Gud.'.'* Is on the package. again and saute in butter or butter I y

Advt. substitute. Garnish with .
Funeral Director parsley.For
the .soup take the remaining ._ .. r
SAVE MONEY ON MEAT. portion of the shank and put it intoa
'" kettle with 3 brown anda +
.\ ANDUCENSED The Division of Woman's Activities few cups salt stock
peppercorns, celery salt
4k
Department of Justice believes and other seasoning desired. I
; EMBALMER: that the; cost of living so far as Add any 1.2 each E :
cup of drieq potatoes, ) ..
. ':. meats are concerned depends-- somewhat and ri
upon the individual hou..wlfe.If half turnips hour., parsley, cook for one- ./

; Btere and Chapel. Stewart ATSW [ the woman who now' confines her This veal shank provide :
t a soup '
purchases to the so-called choice cuts and cutlets for Er''tr
+' mt.1 ..-_ p. afamily of five.
of hindquarter meat will master the s
art of preparing palatably the Inexpensive Park and Sauerkraut tI.
cuts from the forequarter, 2 pounds spareribs, 2 cans sauerkraut t I,!
1 the will be able to effect a considerable seasoning.Wash -
: M. TILLER saving. spareribs and place in roaster. -

These forequarter cuts have a satisfactory Bake in moderate over for 1 1-2
f Real Estate Agency. I food value .and when prop- hours after seasoning well with salt,

n erly prepared are thoroughly appe- pepper and any other additional sea .
The recommended by soning desired. Heat the contents '
,
t Really bought and sold the tizing.Division recipes of Women's Activities of 2 cans of 'sauerkraut. Arrange I I MORE NAMES ADDED: TO ture.,Washington,ie was informed'
RELATES HOW HE
1Ji House ranted. are direct and practical>> ways to save spareribs on platter and surround BETTER STOCK CRUSADETo that Florida ranked ninth with other enrollments
ai compared to
:;, Taxes paid and Titles vented money on meat. with sauerkraut. OBTAINED RELIEF the list of 81 Florida breeders states. Virginia headed the list with. '

\ for non-resident Pet Roast With Vegetables. WHY CROW VELVET BEANS? who have Joined the better sires- 105 members, and North Carolina
and Accident Insurance. 3 or pound chuck roast, 1 cup better stock crusade, indicating their came next with 77 enrollment
r!% Fire.. Life sliced carrots, 1 cup sliced onions 1 The following reasons why velvet IN two WEEKS intention of using: only pure bred The 'highest county enrollment, In'
f, : cup celery: in bits, 1 cup sliced turnips bean. should be grown on every sires, has been added 14 other name Florida Is for Alaehna county<<>> where
: Indemnity Bonds 8 tablespoons fat (preferably farm" in Florida are given by JohnM. This brings the list up' to 49.! seven owners have signed up. lilarion
f from salt pork.) Scott, of the experiment station. LEESBURG MAN SUFFERED FROM In a letter recently received by J. county .come next. with six, .and .
....... .... .......... .... If the meat .Is not In a solid Because the velvet bean I. the beet STOMACH TROUBLE SO THAT M. Scott:, of the Experiment Station Pasco with, five enrollments.
piece, skewer or tie It into shape oil improving legume for Florida. NOTHING AGREED WITH HIM- from the Bureau of* Animal Industry -
wipe it with damp cheesecloth lana It a vast amount of leave U. 8., of
produces Department Agricul Subscribe .for'the 'Valley Gasette.
roll in flour. Boil vegetables in salted and vines, which add both humus and APPETITE FAILED AND COULD .
i i DR. BUCKMASTER water to barely cover until soft. fertility to the soil. NOT SLEEP., ,- .0> -
Rub through a coarse strainer Heat Because an .acre of good velvet
fat in a fry pan or Dutch oven. Put bean vines .when plowed under, will Declares: After Taking"" Dreco Tw.
"'f In the meat and brown on all sides.If add as much ammonia to the soil as Weeks His Appetite Returned, Telesrapn Orders Prompt] Ait..W'to. Open' Day andAnte 'ropt ,
,
KISSIMMEFS.OSTEOPATH the frying pan i* used transfer will an application of 1,900 pound Stomach Liver Get >
the' meat, after it Is brown, to akettl.1 of cottonseed meal. Improved, HennaEISELSTEIN',
unless the pan is deep enough Because the velvet bean i II adaptedto ,Actin and Pain Left Hi Body. I ,
t; d the beef. Pour the vegetables Florida soils and produces "satis
and their liquid over 'meat together factory yields of- 20 to 80 bushels of "The change in me I* remarkablesince .

with any preferred seasoning. shelled bean. per acre. I've been taking" Dreco. I feel .. .'.
BANK'BU' and "
It DlNG Cover tightly and let simmer slowly Because the velvet bean i I. an Im- like a different person my '
3: ,STATE for four or five hours, turning twice. protein feed for the production friends remark on now' much ,better :. BROS.
Thicken the graver; a little, and. pour of beef and dairy products, and I'm looking writes Mr. J. C. Myn-' ,
;1 '" Phone No. 162 over. the meat. furnishes excellent winter foraging bier of stomach Leesburg wa Fla-'In such shape 'II' ,
"My
duck Steak With Onion I for Because cattle. from two to two and a that my: food- did 'not digest but Funeral Directors'' & Embalmers "

{; 2 pounds chuck steak 6 or 6 onIons half pounds of velvet beans in the turned togas and bloated me. Seemed ,. .
butter substi from what I
salt butter or I got no strength '
pod will be found equal for milk -
tutes. production ate, and I began-to get thin and lostweight.
ST. CLOUD FLORIDA
to one pound of bright cottonseed '
r rf Slice the onions In water. Drain me.l.This I ,
thoroughly. Place onions in a shallow "My kidneys also rot out df order 01 ,
f CQBSOHWEBSELLS} saucepan, cover closely and cook Bean bulletin Varieties No., will 162, be entitled sent Velvet free- and I'd have continual pains In .:,' ,: ,:i,,' ,t,;:. . /

,f : over a slow' fire for 15 or 20 minutestill upon application to the Experiment my back, which hurt me to bend over' (f't. : ",J" .
water fat as also had tight '
tender. Use ao or or stoop about. I a' "' .
Station. Gainesville Fla. 't
the onions contain both moisture and feeling in my cheit. The first bottle Office and R.ad.ae. Pre $0. 'Lady Assistant : I, .
:, t richness. When the onions are done, of Dreco ,helped me.so I -got the, ,
., I, uncover and brown slightly if preferred AsK for"HILJL'S second one, and after I had been "' ,.

't'' # but they are more, digestible taking this medicine 'two weeks, I ,, '
Fire Life. Accident and without browning- Beat a had obtained great relief.' My food '
,
..L i pan 'smoking hot, and brown stem : was digesting'with no gas forming ...,
k ; Health Plate Gla.., Liability quickly on Both aides; reduce the 1nvi but seemed te give me'strength.The
'. heat and turn the meat frequently MXLUON. PttOPl v'.,, pain over my kidneys passed away '
t # : and Boiler Insurance. until it Is 'cooked throqgh. Season USED IT LAST YEAR' -also the pains in''my chest. Dreco It's .$0
the steak and salt the onions. Serve illu:" deserves all the praise. .. being.,,given I easyto
the meat a platterwith onions ft."
:I Legal Bonds Executed around it. on,Add butter If desired. Whew people are sick they'certainly , have well : 'r

Needed ". New England Boiled DiD..... CASCARAtQUININEta I have to take medicine to get .well, i .
Same Day and Dreco is proving every day thatit

r' f cabbage 2 pounds, 6 corned small tumlpat beef 1 small 6 small head I :., If ... aids a disordered stomach, relieves'' Painted; 't
I' ". tJ gastritis,.trengthen8.. the/ kidneys, ors Jk
6 small beats, potatoes.
carrots, ... cleans Offr the liver overcomes con '. .. '
,' OFFICE: Stati Bal 'blidlts Wipe the-meat and tie securely I fashape. .dr< acid nmtir ..* M ,... .tlpatlon,-and take the pains out,of > :
v.+"s .. Put In a kettle andcover with ...im ttbIM ioiSui., MT* .
... cola water bring alowly to boiling' opUtM tr ak. up a cold AD Nher.IL rheumatic Joints.
sell Deco
.... All druggists now
k -.u- ten. good!
WITH STOCK point, boil for a few' minutes, remove Mossy Nell If TWIM and It is being especially Introduced ;
START RIGHT LIVE scum and reduce heat. Finish cooking .... k.s fca the Central DrugStore. ,!
There has' been, during>the past at a lower temperature. Remove *o. wltk Ir.aW.. In Klssimmee by BeautiEullq'6lmbed floors are ,the
five more improvement in cook< the twililir ..-- '. _' -
years to hot pl.Un'and j vegetables ; r' '
d1 Florida livestock than In any 20 In,the liquid from" 'which'the AI ADDS Jr.w" I pride)of the bon c. It iI easy imd ioepen* '
? period prior to that time, according I SET, PECAN TREES PROPERLY l't/
i l Tears' . . ,. . . . . . 1 me to keep your floor in perfect conditionrltfa (
to J. M. Scott, animal Industrialist - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
...... ... ........... .. "R-- Moore
{ ...... .. ..... ..." .. Taylor County:: Agent'.I* -a '
at the Experiment Station. little work .La them with
r! of for writes to'headquarters that be delivered you ,paint, .
There are a number causes '
to'farmers one week recently r"Save
this he The demand for meatprojucts ,
says.
which he had purchased -
tree
\
price of land in 'other 60 pecan .
high for .the farmers at,a'considerablesaving. "
section, and faith In Florida as a in
> believes that .
.' Mr.' Moor 4
livestock' state" are r some of, these order for the trees to live and grow' c' "

yes causes.te development of of.livestock:of R. $. FL O'YDr off should as they be given should at,time proper of: attention planting. :the Surface' \

why not take advantage some
k that
He'says' : "I believe it is true
In other sections tMany ,
the mistakes andyouEdna
how
of- 200 know
not one person.out .
states have .
f' of the other' spent
have '
live. I
will
1 it
' to' set a tree'80
years improving the livestock and set a number of trees for the farmers 1 Save :Alt"Osceola

k then had been made. They no found that \ In my county and have instructed '!1 over right with a bard,ligk-gJow finij'}' ,.,

ley the only way to establish real improvement Groceries and doing many other this work,as to the where proper instructions way: of ..babolutey} wm.pooI.doet notnaroiroatk.ItcomethiuM, .' I

i;: :v for' the was sires to that. would a'be standard ''al- were followed bay. not about lost a 4 ,and.ate ....... sciubbiog.. \ .p.,':
A hole should be dug
tree.
in the state for public service attr'elers.
lowed
inches deeper than that from which .
1 If Florida at would the beginning take this of for-our they plant originally came the tree Asa I,' CeIw rrds ... ..... ___-.. ....srsn .,
Improvement placed therein, and the top soil pined - r'j r ,
I Jill
It would mean In the end ,
war damp Fresh Meats while abundance ,< t
around the roots an
the saving of much time and much Into
.
of. water la being poured \
'xpense to the breeder. If a hock should be gently '
the hole. The tree
,
, the cheap, low grade breeding \ Hardware CO
i b > was kept.out of the state,'if would shaken-while" water and dirt are beIng -' : .:

placed. ., .
r
,mean millions of dollars to the liveW" - - >
4J It to almost'ImpoeUle ,, :: \ 'f
stock to Industry.estimatethe .and dam ( t'I '' ', AN.:"T..llappJ't" r i .'' 1 '

?0 .g*.caused< by the. used f undesirable"* } ..,' I*; ,Phone:176 'J, 302 ,Broadway ,you ITe are be' "fr.qu"PT,70II-mut qtly. 'tro'; be bled..u.'.lei' !isA1J { 'yfc-i' Paint ProdiR t

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,.. .rlds is {f' .01\" .' '1., = gac ,
: .. Mate,. and we nTiWitfrhlTdnd : ,_ -"I", er, oOII Cba For F'.very Purpose ,
start right at ; -, lota to these diIordara.Thor
.I( start', "the:C tale 'W mon ",n ,. '1.--' , III' .re, effectual,"easy.and;
f '1 than ball done.'' t J. piss 1aatptta, kereed. ', .. ,.- "' ' Jj - 'A1'Ji

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11 ? #flUR f THE :KtSSIMMEC VALLEY6AZE1TE? .FRIDAY. APRIL t. 1120.

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,' '1\r LAltELAND'Luwn'. will henceforth be known 'a*. the! an exhibition wa* given on' the public CRAVE ROBBER,WILL BE 1
fl 5 'IISSOO4EE ALLEY GAZmE Stout, )Miller A Hughes Co thoroughfares her by a; man who A MENAGERIE
Running commercial; 1 organizationsI "The company is the Merest. and had neither arm or a leg.On'anpther.occasion .' SOLD, -TO '.1.1"I

.' .........' ...rr ...... I certain municipalities in Florida wealthiest ,of ,.It. kind in Central 'a party of Captured after ''three attempts to
.._ .... __ be full' of tribula Florida and in the fall proposes 'five three and two ,.J
,ap.... 0. 7 appear ,to a job to men women, were rob in Hebron eemetery\at
KWaw.U ......... tions. establish a branch office Tampa. making a so-called trip around the rtll.gear Brooksville, in Hernan- ")

W B. Hajnrta.SB. r..NMwt According to the Lakeland Star a "Mr. Hughes has represented some world. They became Incensed because do county, 'a gruesome quadruped of ,i
4 U. ,1/mm* ....-t Nmenw I source of grief appears to have of the largest publications in the the people would not purchase unknown specs has caused much
htep.... ., it ,arisen in the chamber of commerceat world in,the capacity of correspondent cheaply printed card. They also peculation on the part of BrooksviU \

; 'C fl.m sat. Lakeland. The Star says' that including Europe, South America secured a. room in a hotel on the people during the last few day. \
t e'Copy, On* YearOB -.,,,,=._.I.O' member of the chamber of commerce Mexico and Canada. He is a live representation that they: were Some months ago Henry C. i Clarkof
' One Copy, I. Mon.b._...,..... ,I." there .have no .voice in newspaper man and, bids .well to inr. a moving'picture at a local stow Envllle .was killed by 'a falling
-t ;, 0.. Copy hrs. Xoott...".._ .50 choosing directors, That a scheme make.as great,.a success: a*,>,. real. house,, which ,was an < advertisement tree. and his body wa..:interred in
Ali communications except' from ear has been 'adopted which is a .estate\booster. . of Kissimmee. These are Just samp Hebron cemetery. Soon afterward ..yS
1 F athortsd eorr..pondate must W game to foster a perpetual clique as "He' officiated ai toctated Pressman Ie. with which; practically every passerby noted that s> hole had been
*,, writer.' the controlling faction desires in the 'Time ofnc last summer has to'
.jee"'j : long a* municipality contend and, it excavated in the grave, down to the
will not* returned ,
e ,
H ] matter hold on. The Star further and fall', during the absence of wise action the '
.zip... ea1_' lor. to the is a taken by councilof box surrounding. the casket. The hole .
i- /' says i.'th* machinery ha been so regular. Time man and is well Winter' Park. was refilled and shortly afterward it 4
w }I> 4 (Bntirid la ih. Poatofno.at KlMtra.SB manufactured that live member of known in Tampa.' A* an Elk be made Once upon a'' time ''there was the wa noted that it bad been reopened.This .
4ft *., Florid Moon4-elaaa matter.) 'the board can control the whole many friend here during. his several crew of some publication or advertising happened third time,and S.
business perpetually regardless of stays in the city. Mr. Hughes has scheme that "hit up" town P.I' Rogers-who'live near the ceme
what the total membership desires. don 1I..t., cla. work in .th* 'adver and secured ..d..rtl..menta'"of' V no tery. resolved( to catch ,the would-be
if 'Y.: EMBER'Js. .Xissimmee has just reorganizedits tising line'' at Orlando and his ,friend value to the merchant* or anyone grave robber. '. I .
i board of trade and pasted resolutions look for him to forge to the frontin else except themselves. Fortunatelythis ''Track left 'byl the animal and a
v; 1'. to avoid such a condition.APPOINTANOTHER .his new work." ** class is thinning out,' tilt field. glimpse of its fleeing. form had given ,
I: o having. been overworked. M?. Rogers .an idea of Its ''site, so he '.
., FORESTRY-AS-PRtFESSION. ,. \il,1 ." "
.- Imbeddedlarce.teeltraPcOfthe .
-- WHAf YOU..HEED TO START tpye ordinarily used by t
The progressive stockholders, far "A new profession which has developed IN pen. The animal was duly caught
mars and citrus growers of Osceolacounty in recent year i* of interestto SQUAB-RAISING- BUSINESSThe -and the mystery deepened for it t a
h will probably view with the boy who loves out-of-door back-yard poultry',keeper can wa declared by hunters and other I
agslAl'E.ppEd alarm and apprehension the fact that life.! says a vocational Article hardly hope for success with turkeys to be an alien to Florida animal life. .
:
we are not likely to have the servicesof "When You Grow Up-Foresterf'1 geese. ducks or guineas, but Indeed no one has yet,been able to
t'i a county agent in the near futur., in the March issue of Boys' Life. for those who have lofts over a garage place the beatt in. its proper positionin .
ti owing to the inability of M. M. I "Trained foresters are now employedby stable or coal shed the opportunity the animal kingdom.The LINCOLN HULL Y.
hero account of the United tales Forest Service animal brought to Brooks.sill. -
-' Javen to come on al for squab growing. it well was
FRIDAY APRIL 9, 1920 previous enntirement. by the State Forest Commission' worth considering recently and purchased by W. The Peoples Candidate for Governor i

', Some year ago a county agent was by lumber' companies railroad, .and For. food purposes pigeons are usually F. Smith and has since been purchased Give Him Your First Choice Votes.V: ]

P "R Heavy showen the first of the looked upon a* a luxury. Now he is other private' enterprises. classed with poultry. Culturally by George Kimbrough of He it for all the People all the time.. J
Cattlemen "There 151 national forests In Lake, who is said to be V
"' week were welcome.! considered a necessity. are they are in a "lass by themselves Spring negotiating (Adv.)
citrus .men, truckmen all of them the United States mostly) in the producing meat only, producing a sale with come circus people -
These are Ideal days for golf andS have become used to calling upon the mountain of the West. Others are it very quickly and able to. from which he expects to receive - -- -- ---
ICiasimmee hat an ideal course to county agent for advice and counsel in Oklahoma, AlabamaSouth Caro- duce well under conditions that pro do a large. sum for the grave rob- to receive fo-; bbproduct. in a given
aZ play over.The .' and the reason they did so was that lina-Georgia. Tennessee North Car not admit of growing any other creature ber.The market and on 'a given day the I
they found his advice helped them to olina. Virginia, West Virginia, New used for food. un-rtamed animal has a very' grow or shipper should first considerthe1 1

potato crop in this section is raise better; cattle better citrus fruit Hampshire Malneb Michigan Minne While the ideal arrangement for unpleasant odor. It is kept in a net grade,. pack quality and condition
,,, in a most promising condition with and better truck. sota. Kan.. ra.ka. Arkansas, pigeons is to have their house on the wire cage and does not seem to object I of his product compared with
of a record price. The county gent: was one of the Florida Alaska and Porto Rico. The ground and a small covered yard, to captivity as long as it is the bulk of that product as quoted
l prospects busiest men in the county if not the government has bought and 1* still called\ a "fly" connecting with it, riven generous feed Of putrid flesh in the bulletins of that day; seconddeduct : ,
ay Green beans were -almost worth busiest HI. car was going nearly buying land in the Southern Appalachians pigeon keeping be carried dally It refuses untainted meat. It from the stated price the 'I
v when he was in his and- the White Mountain for may on is light brown color about the size other .it
their weight in cold on the market all day long and quite extensively in rooms or a freight or express charges,. ,
upper
tsr here last week, but how rood they office was usually crowded' with people national forests in the East Theyare lofts with or without open-air flys. of an ordinary fox; its hair wool or costs, and commissions. -
.ti, were"' waiting for advice. set apart to insure a perpetual Many flocks of pigeons are'" kept in fur or. all three combined is very Even after proper deductions have ,
could hardly doa of timber for the of fine and somewhat similar to the '
Our county board supply people large cities in quarters provided been made return. may not always
' It'is noticeable that a large number more popular thing. than secure the United States and prevent destruction for them in the lofts or on the roofs South American beaver' in color and agree with prices quoted in the bulletins ;If
P ; v'' of Klssimmee's winter visitors the services of. county agent. of the forest cover which of buildings used for mercantile and fineness but is unlike, in that it is because of the .unexpectedlyheavy ;
ice" ? ..are expressing their intention of returning soon aa possible.. regulates the flow of, streams The manufacturing purposes. slightly curled. The animal has receipt later in the day, sudden
i 4 her next.season. + Forest Service of the Department of 6 feet square and high. feet and claws like a 'dog, ears like changes in weather or other-fac
STATES HAVE FORESTS. Agriculture administers the national I enough for the attendant to stand a wolf nose like a fox and eyes as tore which influence the market dal. ,
is alb forests. It protects them from fire calm and peaceful as a lamb. There
The-state press, of Florida erect will accommodate 8 to 10 pair ly.'
,'' most unit fci Its advocacy of Hon. Many States have some kind of and other destructive agencies of for squab breeding the are also some points of resemblanceto naturalist Anyone desiring. to secure Information ;t
Ca ry'A. Hardee .for governor and he organization for forest work. A State "Many young men are attracted to pigeons . in the United the Asiatic ackael-some more .promptly than is pos- .-j
? I think that of the
is common
forestry because it an out-of-door some
lax will ,be elected. forester, ordinarily a thoroughly States Department of Agriculturesay. have sible through the malls may have all 3
prof e..ion. Such men should remember i domestic dog. varieties jackal
trained technical is usually em- The birds mate and begin M
m.n. or part of any report sent by I
thaC it i ald. During its imprisonment any
considerable timein origin *
"t i The.." Florida. State Automobile Asodation .- ployed at a salary or from 12000 to spending breeding when 6 to 7 months old. in Brooksville the ghoulishcreature telegraph, charges collect from the "(';
.
of Their assistants receive the wood a* part of on. regular The male shares with the hen the J]
,, urges the continuance S4000 a year. has been seen by hundredsof nearest market station maintained ,V
cite, Toad building'. which has) had so auspicious : from (1000 to 2500. Work in business I. very different from camping duty of incubation. The young all of-whom declare it to by the Bureau of Markets United :\
beginning. in Florida and is in various stage of out for a few weeks. The apprenticeship hatch in about 17 days. At 4 weeks people have States Department of Agriculture, .V
be unlike they
In the statewidea development different of thecountl'J' to forestry is served in old will .aboutthreequarters any quadruped{ /
Took MI active part parts average squabs weigh or by addressing. the department at ;:
the wood often under condition >
)' rood' 4 .' -- with any, forest Interests have organizations *. Headquarter are likely to be the larger ones will weigh over" a ESTIMATING RECEIPTS him to the proper! station. A blank "
,
( shifted from to thata
'
place place
there should be an increased so at that 4'
pound desired
age. for entering the details of the
.
PRODUCTS
The extension division' of the State demand for men in State unable young to forester establish may a home.be for In some the A good pair of breeders will pro- FOR FARMER'S telegraphic service will be furnished _
'.University is sponsoring Americanization work. duc> six or seven or more pairs of To estimate what he should expect. upon application. W
higher positions there is greater
Lumber railway, water and mining squabs a year. As 11 .
school to,train men and women many pairs "
portunity for home life but even
companies recreation and hunting of squabs have been produced by 1pair "
,?, r work.for.The leaders saying in"An Americanization ounce of prevention clubs, camps large brad estates then the forester will be obliged to in a year. When production is ..0. . . . .. .. .f.. . .. . . .. .. .... ... . .... .. .
spend a great deal of time in the
and farms offer a field female and incubation
ismt lays begins -
s. I. worth a pound of cure'
will have to live ordinarily
woods and -
of work to the trained forester. A while she has young still in .
!t true as ever.tee.. big. opportunity exists: in the lumber in a small town "with little oppor- the nest, leaving. the care of themto
. "Franco"Shampooing
business for the forester with a tunity for city life. her mate. .
'. The government is issuing a call of the 0
thorough practical knowledge Raising squabs has been increasing .
t, through th"10 savings organization, lumber business This field offers MUST MEET THE CONDITIONS In cities in recent years. On I I
sixth Fedenu.Re.erve. district to probably the greatest opportunityfor farms the tendency has been the-oth-
,. a sure road to success by thrift No denies the advantage It' is
pave trained foresters in the future. one er way. On a farm a flock of free Manicuring
'. and savings account Nothing could There 1* a limited demand for suitable to any city to have people of wealth pigeons, if not kept down by killingoff ,
; be more timely now that the h. e. I Ila of the within
trained men as teachers of forestry spend a portion year the increase soon becomes a nuisance -
becoming. more burdensome each and aa research workers. its limits and Kissimmee in common destroying grain and doing. a 10 Darlington St. .
is year. I with other. Florida points has great deal of damage especially. on \
V ambitions along this line. -,
new-seeded ground.
P'' 'Hon. W. J. Sear has arrived home FLETCHER OPENS CAMPAIGN Natural beauty. of. spot .1.i not Hoar: NYDA WIMPY, s ,I

to announce his candidacy for ,re f sufficient, there must be ,other attractions REMEDIES, RECOMMENDED FOR 8 30 to 6 Manager
:. election. He i. certain .to receive the United States Senator Dunc.",/U or. these desirable visitors : a.m. p.m. V "

same support hi. home county has Fletcher opened his campaigrCforreelection In I will come,' admire and pas on to IVY AND SUMAC POISONINGWhile .100. . . .... .. . .. . .. .... 0000.. 00... . .. :, ;
heretofore given and reports from at Live Oak Saturday. other citing in place of lingering. here cure for poisoning ,
specific
,other counties in the district indicate his address he rent asunder any arguments through the sunny hour no and sumacis '. ,, '
ivy poison
that h* will receive an overwhelming Catta has endeavored to Kissimmee has already met one of by poison .
in of the claimsof
before the people. And in do- the mo.t.Iniportaat conditions in es- yet available spite
majority. place
so Senator Fletcher ,was, dignifled usual tablishing standard golf course that scores one can of remedies do in applying there i.* much home Low Priced Groceries ;
as
Senator and polished in manner with approximately 8000 yards arranged -
Duncan U. Fletcher is now with him. A contrast to "routthn.ck" m the customary nine bolea.Ju.t remedies, according to the representatives -
campaigning the state in the interest States
; of Catts who compares of the United Department -
methods factor this
y of State his Senate.candidacy Senator' for the Fletcher United 1* himself with the Saviour, prove will how be strong seen by a the following may Health of Service Agriculture of the and United the States Public Jut see what .Is ffolax to happen. W* will knock the bottom out. of t!

Sears, Roebuck and Co., et", all. clipping from a Chicago paper: SATURDAY. Look at the Low Price for Cash Only. ,
,regarded a* one of the atrongeit men of the Treasury Department who recently Floor I

in the,,no Senate doubt that and he his will friend be renom-entertain campaign Bight at of the Senator beginning Fletcher the would Alabama sought'A few a mean years ago of our getting wealthy away men made subject.a point The investigators investigation,, call of this at- We have added a EM eI.Ante Tires Th Soatkera The Co. .6,000 ,,'.

tested for..thi high position in the it not be a wise idea to get from the cold weather and they used various used to and .look then over.
*.. record of Sidney J. Catts It to to ''Florida where they tention to the names seller raaraatced. Call .

.June! primary. can be easily ascertained In Lowndes spent journey their time'fishing and hunting designate these noxious plants and,' 34x4 N. S. _____.___s... 80.00 80x3 N. S. ________.._____ 14.00 ,,:
County Ala., when he once made but the. hotel were email and the to the wide range of, their growth. 33x4 N. S. .....__...,..-.. 27.00 80x3 Plain _________... 18.00 .
Advice* from .,Washington say his home. tourists ao few in number that little Poison ivy I* sometimes. called poison 82x3 H. N. 3. ._?___,_.---.; 21.00 30x36 Tube -___.1.____ 2.75 :- :
tr'"that Senator Park Trammell in co- in his speech, oak':and poison sumac Is known in I 18.00 80x3 Tubes 2.50 ,
. Senator Fletcher attention ,was paid to them by the 80x34 N.. S. ,..._-__:__
(.. ;, .....roperation with other Southern senators dwelt,upon national and international footing in the North and some of the' various localities as poison, dogwood, SOxSVi Plain _,'_.-._____ 14.50 Wa-------------- ,
I ..... ..succeeded a few days ago in '' affairs. It' I is shown he ha supported local residents.'J poison elder, poison 'ash, thunder r .
.,"'. getting!'the agricultural .appropriation the democratic party' :, "About this time 'golf (secured wood, and potsonwood. Self Rising. Flour' 24 Ibs.__1 1.65 French Mustard bottle ..... J.5 .
.r. ' 'bill' amended so, a* to Increase way. But coming down to Florida players. I took their clubs with them [Helpful Treatment.If 'Self Rising Flour, 12 Ibs_._ .90 ,Starch, Argo ............ '.10 '
:w....Y. *Mhe appropriation for the extermination and Catts; the senator told where I and attempted to play a little during has resulted in serious Gold Medal,, 24 Ib ..ck.____ 1.99 Pet Milk small _______...,, .07 ..
'r' ,: of the potato -,weevil, twenty. the five thousand dollars.. The increased in move instances than Its infancy but the management was without delay but In less serious Laasen's. Perfection 24 Ibs..., 1.99 Carnation Milk ________: 15 ,
appropriation' will stand If, agreed one and related them. That Cattadtt quick 'to see ,the.T' ossibilitles of thegame cases helpful treatment can be : Lassen's Perfection12' : '' Ibs'.. 1.00 Van Camp Milk ___-__.__ '.16, r a
to, by the ,House. '* ;; in innuendo dreams and f... ,' and they constructed a,course Liven, without such aid.. For relief ,Butter. fat : 4.15 Hebe tall .........._ .--- .10 .' ..
'. d.... In fact Senator Fletcher wa to meet' the requirement, of the from Itching nothing. : better than Little Gem'' S3cratch4Feed..__'4.60 Hebe small ._....,.....-..-. .05 .'
'' about' _._..___. .05 Best Bacon pound....., ___ 'JO ,
'Now that national prohibition i* charitable in his remarks player The' first courses were. immersing the inflamed surface in Cabbage, pound.
If before'.thi*,and every other state. In Catts. A' politlcan would have torn crude .affairs, with little7, turf,on the hot water for several minutes,,gradually No.. 2 w.. Yellow Peach* ___. ..49 Best".Salmon ......._. ____-. .85, ,
th. Union enforcement of the law i* the governor.., to .political pieces and talrwaym and sand greens, but they increasing the temperature until No., 1 ,Yellow Cline _____- .84. Pink Salmon ........._-___" ''.80 '
winds. Sena \ t ':Pears can .._.____. .83 Tripe, can .........____ .82
of vital importance. N.:'C. Bryan' cast them to the :four gave the golfer a chance J to play the'watsis a, shot a* :it can be No.,1 --
who 1* candidate for re-election' tot tor Fletcher merely pointed .out and Belleair immediately became the borne. .Washing. with soap and water i No. .1 Apricots, ,can: ,__.____ .85 Roast Beef can ;. _......... .85
, the, state senate .was a member of an where Catta was decidedly in error", moat popular winter. resort in Am is distinctly curative where all the No. 2 Corn,' can _?_____ .18 Corn Beef can. ..__...:....__ M 1.
: Important V temperance committee whether or intentional or through , "v poisoning. has 'not 'penetrated._ the ,No. 2 Peas, best,.can -.__ .25 Potted Meat ...______ All.
dnriar .the last legislature and his 8ta.pIditylie did not state. cries.orid: was,, known(a-* the 'bom kin.- It .. better that the inflamed No. 2 ,Tomatoe*,-ean ..___ .15 Vienna Sausage -?_::______ .10
, Activities\ along that line are aa open There is but one sensible thing1 forth of the sand green. ,' but with the advancement .area be exposed to the air than'thatit .Seeded 'Raisins, pound ._. .25 Tomato Soup, 13c. 2 for..___ M ,
h book. No'doubt the 19th Senatorial people: to. do in the matter ofaendlnr of, the ,. game they have (bandaged;;', Bandagesare Currant, tone pound ..__. .85 Vegetable Soup J3c, 2 for.. .25'
< .:jidiBtrid; win take a Arm stand on this a United State senator perfected their method \'of growing permissible, if they are V changed ,Arbnekles. Coffee! Ib'.___.___, AS Oxtail Soup 13c. 2 for..._. ;.25,
., 'question .and ,return. Mr.: Bryan,with from Florida' to the upper branch of rood turf, and most of rthe leadingFlorida frequently and if kept 'moist with a 'White House ,Coffee, lb.,;___. .60 Chicken Soup lac, 2 for.... .25
'; _,,.,big majority/ the national legislature, and that is course today have "turf solution of eooklntt,-iIod. and boraxa Senate. Coffee lb." _.._,___ .60 Turtle Soup.. ISc, :2: for..._..' .25 .
to return $Senator Duncan ,U.' Fletcher green which are little abort of those ( tea.poonful.di..olftd in a cup of Cut Price Leader.. Coffee __:_ .45 Bite!'. Pork and Beans, 15c, '

The .time. ''ii' fast coming. when a ",, A we have right,her* in .Chicago.: What water) or other, solutions In. the Oct.> Soap,. 8c,' 6'bars........: .60 -Z for -.---____..__..:.,!. ,3 ''I
J, community< which i I. not accessible those turf greens cost to build ana later stager. of 'the disease V,soothingor P. G. Soap, 9e,8 bar ____' .50 CamobeU's. Pork and Beans "., J
j t via rood roads will be left'undistnrb JACK HUGHES.-:: keep i in.'condition goodness, only astringent ointments are of, .value. Fels! Naptha, 9c,' 0 bars....._ ,.60 15c, 2 for ,___........:.:_.- JiS If,;:
J O? ed to lapse into a state .perpetual ,I ----, )knows. But Mr..) Golfer, knows;what Contract'.Peisodnr ,Ivory. Soap. 9e,' 6"bare..:......_ .50 Picnic Ham pound ._.___..i ,,25. ..;(
he wants and the Florida resorts Sanfflnih ..:...- ,''. .25 Sliced Ham pound ......j_ .45 '
: ...leett ,while th* hustle of business In si while areal'newspaperman'get -- ,
of .
( Once permanganate
''' \i activity will naturally 'gravitate somewhere ,Getting downto have made V \' ,points which are. Btirronnd: by to a ,the real* truth a real newspaperman that besets: ,it., No better Illustration potash may be used to counteract cent the Catsup +/bottle/:.t..' .__.--__-. .15 No. 2% Pineapple can.___, ,.50' t
be of 2
Q ,network 1 of.good roads Kissimmeel I. fitted for position in life.He of the growth of poison. They should per Crystal.,White Syrup, 1H Ib Macaroni, lOe or 3 for....::.) ..25'can _
1
.
f 'Hunte I In. beinr .located ,on the .meeb.* the president any of the Unit- be found than the development of half If.the skin i* intact, but only ) '_ ______...____ 20 Spaebe ,-lOc, or 8 for..2. }
f$' Dixie Highway, with,. a* ....elvettllorClulff.re ; ed State.OD an.equafootlnlf.,. and these courses, and:,''golf alone made a* strong. if the skin i I. prok Crystal White Syrup, No. ,5 DRUGS, \";,
i Florida the'' greatest whiter play. en. >A 10,per cent solution of,hypo Ib can ,___.____. .60 Vick's Salve,, bottle __.. _. .
to the,ll< ground in the world. 5 5I nlpbite. of soda (photographers'ing 1 1-2 Alaga Syrup_. .___ '.24' 666 Chill Tonio.! bottle..__ .
.w 1.teral"branche. stretching'' away ,to of the office. : He does not eater > dress -- :
the A' He is-too busy ;but. if l :: liquid), applied as a wet Rolled Oat. 9c Ib. 8 Ib*.. .. .25 Turpentine bottle ..._..._ ..82''j'; i 'j'
east., to society. : A
aim-
.,l r '' '.rH ',, ; ; his, assignment: cast ,him there, he I REGULATING'BEGGARS. y yt ing.. 'gives beneficial ;result of Grits 6c Ib, 10 Ib\"______ .50 Camphor, bottle ___1___... ',
? ?i't solution of sulphate map..T .
liar .Meal, 6e lb,-10 Ibs._.______ .50 Asperin Tablets 5 bottle .
;,
Under ha'cantn: "Distnsting"the I I. natural and shows his gentle ,' of lead la rr. ,
of of
V('r Herald>>. 1 ,,wrathful because breeding. and his'training.' Hedoesnot t I, The'town 'of Winter Park 1. showIng : e application the inflammation sugar '' Navy.Beans Ib., > Ibs..._ .25 Sweet Spirit Niter. bottle.,... .15 :,n;
Hastings less ana allay "
w the artificial and the .gauzy, in various and Lima Beans, Ib., ISe. 2 Ibs._ .85 Epsom Salts pkg. -._ .05.
Catta order local' try progress way salts is entirely harm- --;
a company alum (Epsom ) Baby Limas 18c Ib, 2 lb*.._ .85 Sulphur, package _._.. ... ..05
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of the Florida National rnnrd to nor does he affect mannerisms. the latest is the action of the town recommended U has genersllyproved : f
s' .,stop drillinr as it interfered with Such is 'Jack Hughes, newspaperman council which passed an ,ordinance not disappointing as. after ,, the. he.flammation'as Cow peas,, Ib, lie8 Ibs_. .80 BW'. Honey and Tar.__:.'(J5: ,
Wt eitmpalrn! speech., .Th ,Herald ,' on ,time"editor "cm,.the,New regulating. /promiscions V, begging. ,) developed ,and involves .IPun'Leaf'Lard; lb..____ .80 Caster Oil 18c and.... ..;'" 25, l
} "sealda"; the l'O.etnor.'aDOD' what it York .Times, one of the.men the'Associated canvassing. and soliciting'. from various risk of lead 'poisoning* if .used Karo;"lH pound can____. .20, Carbolic'r Acid,. bottle. ,...:-' .20
in sad . r ; :Worcester Sauce, bottle, .,__ .u ;:Quinine bottl ... ._ .;. ,.25
'f .rail Catta arbatrary, action.-. Calls Press had every faith sources',outside 'of the municipality extensively. ,j-." >4t\ ;:- ', ; .
_ .,.Urn a boaster and a.**rteibe, Ink,f'i the ?:,confidential *maa. ', of President '*;many: unworthy.. . but others ,- ,. For the convenience of our ustomers>we ,have'added' ;:a few,nail*, .,"f.
i ell in a reneral 1 and flagrant manner; Spencer?; f'the t Southern i Railroad 7 not *- -' v' j-JI1-\' i "' uvuii ;:County:, Although the ,season i to our stock. 20 penny.nalla. 1c'lb.; ; '10 penny ,nails, _8c, ,Z .for ,,16 ;, f, ;
killed In a' railroad wreck. The matter U left In the' bands ::0'' farm .work is 8 8c 2 for.... '
tl j -thf ;dUsrnry t>f' Hastings and ,fur. who was> isolate in Leon : .pennynails, ,, : $ j. ,;,..l t _
f nicely : .
1 thn-4announceit ''CatU:..has lost his Hughes I* a North Tarollanan'butbizeast theymayorr- to discriminate, between now progressing A meeting . '" ,, :

; FsH>Idrr'!TOtoi-JndeedX'r''h) <5 evrthad l lf' ,his lot ,inFlorida..Of: "him' these and grant'all 'worthy.' .. object. "a 01,the' melon growers wax: held last : j
f'' 'ant .toHowtB from*that 1W rniflc nt th""J'r1-m""i Tittles\ aye ';:Y ,*;?" license. ' \. week' at .which:itiib*:Hwasarrangedto tUPiPRie&: cASH; GR06ERY 'l
lcl1t"W .too *aOd',tof..,. :ail"Friends. 'of...JackHughes,.i well 'i Too many cities' :and towns :-in send ""a representative'to the : .: '
<*bonl ,
oartafai .'unfoybnnntd ele- vatOrecentlyadvertising; manager who'can"'work'but'prefers an U.:melons for the erow....' ; J 4 '
.M \ on at ChitfahooaU for'theOrlando 'Reporte -Sta ';will easy living. Kissimmeer 'lias r had ; \ QUICK BALES AKO 8MAU. rBOFITS N i
-.OMt-eexeWebiiiir.H be interested-In.his:\allUnce wttSl the them; .And .also proof' that an 'armless , t'Ies\ 'Z 1896, Barnma Bailey announeed ,. ,O4 of Towm"OI1Ie ,G...., ,......" AttoatUswjt .h",
would *exhilt'slorseI.ss ....
t .. that they
er'Reat
,who cannot'help ,theltie. em- Stout '&'M Estate 'Builder. :and legless man can mak*r Uv .f ,

; .; -'w:: '. ., ;'V'Insurance- J ,, Co..;;of, Orlando A ,., which ,tag: witbwt,.,soliciting( 7 I ,alms.. .Such;,, ,- carriage- -... ? "to'i, '.. .,


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I". 'THE' tI35 VALU1''GAZETTE, "FRIDAY,. APRIL,:t, :J"M*" .. ,. \ ,pitr

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"Mn..'Roy.Cha&er.: :of Lake,,City to : I. ::1I* .' ,
ITENST0FAIEEK a guest at the home of her parents, Casino Theatre I "" .
I Mr. and :Mrs ,C. A. Canon. : :

s..'those. up-to-date Voile ,Dresses TfUQ' BOMS3 >.. GOOD mOTITIUBB. On April ; ; ::

..t Stanford's Wetk.of Aprili2Ui,1920 ,of : : :
:Mrs Sallle Jacob returned' to ,birthday, at :
t 'AE.
.' Donegan and Col. :McCaugh- till
MATINZW p. u. MIGHT, ,
naine City Saturday after. pleasant en we..do... from ...Orlandoon a "JI I; With her $
four 4-11' visit nttbs, C.: E. r.Yow brief business'',trip Tuesday., T, ' 1"1' ,*oini. I- .'were; four ',
ell home.7 : wDry / : Mrs./ "
: A. Et'
r ; : :
Call and ass our good' and"get "A Pool an4_ ls .Money.: ;
Wood $2.215 per. stran. 51 6armuds price H. C. Stanford Co. Select. C. Bandy : ; !'
B :, Phone 262.172tpd 7th Episode, "8I4. 8RINa BARRIERS" ..arda..1 ;
Mr*. B.<,E. Haley and small daughter .' ?..Tit. .aged*81. "
Mrs. 'j; J. Dent, and chUdreo. ofJCerrvilleJ v>f Rocky Point,' N.. C., are the ' ; TVLDAT. ,vitad.'guest: ;

Texas, has; arrived for'r''-an guest at,the home .of. :Mr. and Mr. ".EH' LOBfcY DISPLAY>i nDOARDa"Pox sent : ,
extended yrisit with bet pannte,- Mr.: McCorqnendale. r .. I 1 '
and Jtfrs.'Z.Baas.. News.WVDNKSDAT.. Caldwell. ; : : '
L. Lupfer ha* greatlyImproved :.The
For 'Saie:-Ferris strata White Leg: ths.appearance of hu handsome! resIdence "Fair ailei' wirm.e." sat ,at the "

..,t't. born batching .T.1. and day old ehix. on Verona atreet by a .liberal Metro.Mar AMU" ... about, 415'
A. E..Thomas 215-3 rWa.'4 -tf application,, paint. Mutt Jeff.DEAD. .Eli JRVf,. Alabama., ( l '
: :&Ir.abet! :Mrs Ira Best left, .this .TqVMSOAY.Vickyi Carolina ,
Mr} Frank"Rhea,,'who 1* ;among "
week tor"-.Winter;Haven where he Kisslmmee'SoWeU known winter viIton. *- jv.... Ethel. Visitant; / *-Par.. absent : :
:; has accepted a position1 with.g> con > Rollla Comodjr. >:*- *- ,.Mrs.. ,
]
expect .to "a'e'. .Monday for *W ""THill DINNER HOUR, .',
tractlnjri Company. Knoxville Tenn. rSUDAY. :who came I

40'/ acres, half In cultivation; ''bal ; We hare, the* Florshelm' :'for the Br twi.tie''' 8UI& .Conitance Binn,.. 'now a native a of :
area pasture, 8 acres bearing I
man who cares. EL C. Stanford Co. _Realart. .
and other Ch..p.d;; For the
improvements. : Mack Rennet Comedy
'H. M. Pfann' I* having extensive: I ,. THO8B 8iJ1ltkR OIRtA" home was
.
.tNellOR-Beatt-Co.l ''i. repatrrme.orrtrl.homrvrrEDr' .... vi.....lets rT -. nc.a. _''', ersuulurg ; 1 I, ;
Mrs 'Moor.: left'Tuesday a1TVRDAY.
,' Raymond mett atreet. Mr. PIano ''Intend to ing.
for a 4 brief visit with her parents, remodel the floor of his house ,
plan Poor Boob Wa.hburnPar.' and, .. -
,,i -C.ptain1and :Mrs. H. B. Jeffries,,}'at, at well ?( V' >taaTph Comedy. bone- white ;; : ,
their home in "
ZephyrhillsCompare : J.Stratton, .who'engage* extensively "tttB STAR BOARDER.. each' guest.\ ,
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our ''price with' others, in farming on the welt aide 010 n_ ) on 4 the
and you will be a regular. Bakery' of Lake Okeechobee, spent a few I HERelKN8 SW OEB.." was a .

: Lunch, 18 Broadway. .' day here this week looking. after I April 10'THE MIRACLE MAN. tied with
Min Martha Belle Harris, accompanied business.Mr. filled with
by Miss Gladys Harbaugh, and Mr*. A. W. Bailey and 1- '
1 came up from Winter Haven "to Ml* Frances epent Easter .Sunday. I ed home ,
spend the week-endue at the Harris in Tampa with. Mr Bailey's mother, STICLOUD\ ( home made
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borne Mr. T. B. Griffin, and dater Mrs. Jersey ..

Fine 'grove and 100' acres good T. L. Walker retaining home the :&11'. and Mrs. G. A. Peed of Orlan- green and
The .
land, good improvements, $11,000. first of the week. do' were the guest last Tuesday pf ; i
This i* a snap; let as show you. Nelson Our Douglas Shoe will please any_ Mr. and Mrs. J. H: Ferguson.Mrs. lows M1-. Meek Mrs. ; i ii .
;
Realty Co. one. H. Stanford Co. M. A.,. Hill, who has been Mrs. :
Mr. and :Mrs. William Alden and Out of town guests attending the I spending the winter here left Mon- dy, tan ; ,
two sons, of Atlanta Ga., who have Gllbert-Erickion nuptials 'ware.- Mr. day.evening for H.rtfordt.on.! serge skirt
been the guests at the home of W. and Mrs James A. Erickson, parents,' Mr. and Ira. E. E. Mfcrttn.left Near the ;
" J. Steed, left Saturday for' their of the groom; John Peacock and Tuesday for their home at .Charleston Which were

nome.. tel'. Miss Bessie; J. T.. Tatum .11-1 I W. Va.. m., the \
Supt. C. E. Yowell accompanied .sister Mill Jewelall of Mr. and:Mrs. Bedford, who have baskets In
1>y W., C. Bai, chairman of the and ,Mr*. Eddie Lancaster and dauJghter : their winter home here left Tuesdayto had group : t
county board of public instruction Edwine. of Orlando. .spend the summer in Indiana. During "

, motored to Deer Park Friday on A small shingle fire at the home Miss Daily Siewell and mother, eral .
.school business. of Wallace Bell on Main street called who have been spending the winter calle dto : : .; ::
Stock farm well equipped and the fire department out yesterday here, I.ftTu.ad. for their- home in The .

stocked, located right; fine groves, afternoon but the blase was extinguished ' Illinois. as usual :
'
. extra rood proposition. Nelson Realty with small damage., On Wednesday Mrs. Foster and daughter, Lillian, the paths '
1 11\\ ').. Co. the boys were called to south of Watertown, Conn., were the dinner "used to be
v KlBiimmee where the roof of R. 'L. guests last Tuesday of' Mrs. bid' .
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. Th. wi.. old stork visited Klsslm-
Bearer's home was on..Are. This too, Mary Walters. quiet-vales. ;
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leaving twobeautlfuhcirl..t
mee Tuesday evening
' Mrs. J. K. Conn and children were "
., the home of Mr, wa easily put out. the guests last Friday of Mrs. ,W. I. are
and Mrs Tom Woodall, at their W. B: Crawf o.d ad ?W. S. Graham Barber, at Carolina station lope and
, home in north Klsslmmee. were representatives of the local cares >(If
St. Petersburg
Mr. and Mrs. Parker from
Regular meal. have boon discontinued lodge of K. of-.P. attending the and Dr. Cole of Jackson among the
j.4 but our Short Order are up district meeting at Mulberry. for the ville.were guests of Mrs. Mary Wal- are with happy the I [ I !
lower end of, the state. Some two '
In the .
:. < to the minute every "respect. !Hundred inclndnemost .ers during encampment.Mb To this
were In attendance -
'.' Bakery' Lunch, 12.Broadway. and Mrs. A. N. Protsman her
of the officer of the grand
Editor C. F. Johnson of the Si- leave next Tuesday for HUlsdale,
lodge and the banquet and other festivities when men
Cloud Tribune was in town Monday houses
unusually enjoyable.. TlJeNew
were
.
business England Society will
looking after at the county than -
we v
court house. Mr. Johnson has just All we ask is a chance to show you meet in upper G. A. R. :

/ returned from a visit to Jacksonville. -our prices do the balance.- H. C.* April 18, at. 2:80 p. m. Everybody Bring grow old
Stanford Co.
Some Good good i five room farming cottage and for trucking rent. Mr*. S. B. Aultman I I. expected to I I w.lcome.Misses Eda E. Epple and Ella McAllister Browning. "The best.

land Nelson Co. return next week from El Paso Tex. I were the guests Tuesdayevening "The last
to Realty
rent.
where she has been on an extendedvisit of Miss Nellie Brans, at the
Sam Story', who 1* a petty -officer I first .
to her son Henry' and family. Palm theater.
:Mrs.
on the U. S. Henderson which Is now Mrs. Aultman has also had a most The Michigan Association held
I k-: docked at Charleston, S. C., returnedto enjoyable trip to Los Angeles, CaU, their meeting in the old G. A. R. hall and mee two many. ;
his duties Wednesday after a "
where she was the guest of relatives.Her Wednesday.
\\i pleasant furlough spent with his 'has been ell, our
many friends will be gratified Mr. Burdette. who '
parents, :Mr. and Mrs A. :M. Story' to learn that her health has .improved spending the winter here left Tuesday schools' ,

Mrs J. Emmett Brown and Junior greatly in her travel for her Northern home. primary dren. :
left- Sunday for Lakeland where Mr. Quite' party motored' Orlando .M.... Brady and :Mr. Abbott are
Brown ia employed as manager in Saturday to participate In'' the South visiting in' Bradentown. JUDGE T.
the City Drug Store. .Mr. Brown Florida track and field meet, and to On Friday oY last week Mr.: and AT 1'Y,
>came up for a few hours and accompanied witness the events. They were Mr*. Potter, :M>. and Mr*. J. K. !
; his family to their new home. doomed to disappointment, however Houston, Col. Gj0. Sense and wife, This -
Our 'sandwiches and Bevo make a for the weatherman simply delugedeverybody and Mr..'and Mi*. :'J-.-'W' Fraacher. contain a \ 1
.4.ndy'lunch. Give them a trial at who ventured.out and the picnicked ate.Alligator' take. .'The that Judge

Bakery. Lunch Broadway.: ., meet was- postponed until, ,the,.nearfuture" : morning was anent fishing, and at election as ;
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bountiful dinner-Trad spread,
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noon that
Frank Bryan, son of- Mr. and Mrs. son ,
t., F who has been home Shoe for ladle which all enjoyed to the utmost. him to / !
C. Bryan, Queen Quality W I. Barber of Carolina Station, / \
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J' from Auburn Tech. Alabama, where have the style and hold their shape In the eUJ'dn..da' after strain of : I ;
( . 'he 1* enrolled returned to his school H. C. Stanford Co. wa ', Judge

Ii' .duties this week. Mr. Bryan's eyes :Manager' IL. C. Piano of the KlsImmee noon.Mrs.N Burdette and Mrs. W.j. F. first honorable filling : :: ::::: :::

Vacation. Citrus Exchange, left :Monday Kenney1 spent' last Friday with Mr. of Judge
in his for week'a trip to ,
.c' car a and Mrs. Wentworth he Canal He .
ii;;I MrW. J: Walton and mother south Florida; stopping at Winter Mr. and Mrs. Potter of Lowell 1916.was :(
T' Mra. Hocky who have been domiciled Haven "precoollng"meeting
-attend a Mass., who have been spending the While
.t the home of Mrs. C. V. Bearden / then on to Tam business winter here and at Tampa, left for
,' this winter have returned to their connected: with the Florida Citrus their hpme Sunday by auto. Murphy
, home in Providence, R.'I. They went Exchange. Mrs... Piano accompanied MV.' Holiday who has. passed being an

I to' in their car 'as ,far as .Jacksonville, him for/the pleasure of the pleasant :winter in our midst, let the courteous.. :
' "| via'Daytona. trip.' ; ... Wednesday for his home in Ohio doers and ,.
: ti- 1 10 acres close to city limits; fenced 7 room 2-story. modern house, garax. Mr.; and :Mrs. Jessie Frank, who deep ?regret
r' half' 1ft cultivation, small house, and bearing orange trees, pretty have* passed the winter here and; purchased his t( '
r to good land.' $1200. Small cash pay- had1 .You'', can buy a bargain and property, left Wednerday for he has so
F f'tl :,', .Tnenti I balance .easy.' Nelson_ ,Eealtv getfavorable, payments. ,w; Nelson Trivoll. HU, but expect' to .return In '' -
r" t., -co." ,- '" Realty Co. '\ ', ; r. the, fall. : HoG'+'

j.B.'T. Markley.'a )Fromfnent! fruit : .Mis: 'Nell i''CooJllJ""and her mother :' WITH
;'\; : tur', of.Clearwater motored over :Mrs. Cranford or,Punts Gorda, were Henry Slngeltary) ca'home this .t
\ to Klssimmee Saturday' spend;the guests at'the.home of :Mrs.'Sarah A. week from the Suwanee Military' A 'hog' I :

f ;. -week-end. 'with his mother, Mrs. 'M. Prevatt Friday, while en route ,for Academy at' Palatka for a few days
I TVMsrkley.: and sister,' MlsS Myrtle, their'former-home in Chattanooga, vUit- with.his parents, Mr.' and :Mrs. Venable,
I d who' were leaving Monday'for their where their will spend the summer G.".Slngeltary.' Fla..-,In an
t home.. months remembereda For'Sale' -Rent-Flnet&rce plan''of.
it :Atlanta They; will be < 01" seven
f. ,i D. G. Wagner. agency supervisorthe having lived here several' months ,roomed house standing on quarter market ; :
I, i: f r..,-of Southern States Life'Insurance while Mr, .Cranford ,was connectedwith block.; One of the prettiest.place farm iw, .
. company of Atlanta, Ga..-was In the v construction-; the Dixie. In town.., 'Apply Valley Gazette,. tf better..than f >
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r\ '. the city in the--Interest-. the company Highway. <. .There' will be a 'cooked food 'sate supply, is d
g ( :,. '- he represents, and to spend they .''Nice home on Main'' street,' lots of at Roberson's drug' Store Saturday Mr. \
.: week-end with his, family. He left.'Tuesdayfor .I fruit, ;terms easy'price right.-. .Nel afternoon, conducted by, the,Missionary and carrots
" < a trip throught. the I son Realty, Co.- .' Society of the ML.:; ;E. Church. vegetables, \

+v northern part of-the states; t- Mr. and Mr. George Bennett, who with :Mrs. .John Bronson' and Mrs. L. that ed' 80 when to ,

( y Free, booklet to interested''parties.Nelson . were..married at the home of Mr. and I H.'Ingramin' charges , and corn, : ;
J Realty Co", Mr*."' H. H: Harper recently have Thef United. Stat government are cooked
:&In..N.C. Bryan t.ft'tbe'earl. left for their home in Grand :Rapid*, realized' $16,000,000 out:of war material the hogs in '
.i.: oj'' ;part of the week,for Jacksonville fo( :Mich.. The itinerary! of their trip in'' England .France, Belgiumand relish this.

!+ a. visit to her son-in-law, and. dau-l will induct. ,atop. '"'Daytona Beach, Germany through. the sale of, isfactory1
t ?Y ghter,' :Mr.' and :Mrs. P. K. Weaver St. Augustine and Jacksonville,Fl..: motor vehicles. Complete
*. : Chattanooga Tenn.} Washington, D. and at the
-:tah.; C.; Baltimore, ,Md., and Chicago Ill ,I' though the' ; i
if IJYina.nd will not return..home 'fort Mr. and''Mrs.: Bennett toured .south satisfactory.STi \ : it
, t ;several ,weeks.' ' Floridaon: their Wedding trip.' : !

Beautiful'water' front. 45 acres, 8 room cottage and 100 foot fronton :\'JOHN'S : :

good house, furnished on-St. Johns Verona flowing'well. $325. $100 'Nest :
CASINO
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. nver.' and cash for Osceola county, eash;.balenc. f7 per month, interest .
property.. t Nelson Rultypo. .- 7 per cent.*. Nelson Realty Co. .* day after ,

Prof..A.::H.' ,Fillers expects to l4ave Miss. *' Nyda.Wlmp"ioD April 12th 10 a.'HU- : ;' ;
t. ,' 11m' : ;
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; next week for Gainesville to attend will open an up-to-date shampooing / ,
the conference' of, High School' Print and manicure' shops for. ladies at 10 I TrlJEATRE-', mon on;. ?

{, t.-clpal: .. On Friday Prof Fillers lion Darlington St., ,Miss Wimpy will ,of_7:30 Four. : : t
the program to the subject: later carry a> complete ,line 'of the p. ; :
High School Subject Franco ,, American Hygenic s cosme sermon
-Science tn ,the. ,
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I. Matter : da. and tics.' :I.;, t FRIDAY APRIL:16 son..

4 : EqUIPm.ntt''rr." ,<.i W still have >some 'of the:cheap service'
'I' Bleaching and Sheeting, :.36' inches .
Mr;. : > Paver,left today "t Petitions.. '
for their home In Cincinnati.-., wide, at Stanford's. ,; ;;>*- .. ;UV.;
; after ,spending another ,..lOn.t :Mr. and Mrs.\ AT.. Buck who .r.o
i : their"pleasant bungalow on Mabbette, hen been spending the ..winter in : : .r B ; ; ,
f atreet, .Mr...Paver and, hit wife-are Florida and ?were, here during the CONSTANCE BINNEY
t prominent; among the regular' winter month of March,' have left for their .. rr 4 .residents Klsslmmee and.their re- ..... ,'near Minneapolis. Minn. .M 10 a. mv "
Buck; own a ,valuable>!tract, of.land iNEstbiIe'Susan Bible .
', turn out fall will be anticipated. .. :
many1 friends.:, <'\ lust north of the city limits which 11 .. m.: a .
:. ) Som. good Sanaas fit,.propertyto be'expects to develop Into a Kgrove side the ,
his her heinvestigated
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next: :rear. Dnrinr 6:8a-p.
.exchange for ,OsceoU ,eounty, ,conditions-. thoroughly meeting. '. : : : .

1 Florida, property." Nelson. ;" ,,Realty:' and I Ja.eon'riD.ot the bright future 7:80 T>. .. ;

.Company. "v1? In store for this section of-the state. .. -Peter-a ,

1 ,. V ChrtatIan: The subject'chareh' of t the next:MrmOUoa'As'Sunday will r'00t"IIG."bf''dOt'" 'Snose"are 'the .. . .. '70 'p.. ) : ,a

be 11 Jesus' Emphasis. of the beat and our'price*"are.reasonable: piayer I : "
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H, C.Stanford Co. : ,PriC i A1a :25 ::35 Public ,; .'\,
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Gospel. and at 7:80 m.., 'W) y : . ; .: . these. \ ,"i' ..
Should! "be ,a Chrlstlaal! ,Everybody. 'there'were1"< oqly"foil antaUbOsVla L : .-
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Bankers Discuss TWO YEARS IN BED.


edeTalJleserveBoardlJ' AND ROLLING CHAIR r
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Action Bin. wHseia:'Gave---.I'.Up Heps-Gaiai '


lacHBeJ Ferce 'Liberty Te .D;'&Bead; Basfaseu late Streaf and< 25 Peuos two N.w years a 0.Well Taalac 1'spent WTor ...Aad.. all 1*icy, ,: Tires for the Smaller Cars- :


Maasfsctaisn RecerdPUcmwi .
Betas I' time either in the hospital, in bed, "
: the Matter. or In a rolling chair and during that '

; ""; Wtude'of time I was RiveD up to die, and I Built With Methods
To ascertain the bank. don't guess r would be here bow U Goodyear
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era generally toward the action. of hadnt been for. Tanlae. said Mrs.
g the Federal Reserve Board'In Its ef E. O. Wilton. MM. Wilson is welt x
forte to bring deflation and to force known in Atlanta Ga.. her husbani
Liberty bonds out of the note case of having: been employed by The Con- H
bankers the Manufacturers Record
situation for a number at. :years
,
trey i .ha* sent a letter of inquiry to a number "I wa a great sufferer from: ebronie .
of leading bankers throughout indigestion," continued Mra ,Wilson .' In using immense resources and inventive ,
1 the United States. "and ess anybody ever I '
The replies are published la. the had to.co through with what I did. as skill to build the highest relative value po&I i io

,, Manufacturers Record this week. I waft :very weak and nervous and at "
? They form an impressive sympo. times had those dreadful smothering o sible into tires, this company has never made :
stun. 1\\
sensations to the point of faintini
.!:: . The- answers. received in some in. I had dreadful headachest severe e b its work more effective than in Goodyear ;i
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'stances evlnc doubt as to Whether -- -- .
pains In.my: back and over Bny kld- ..
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I.* the Federal Reserve Board reallymeans neys and my joints ached all the .T1res-lor tie smaller cars: --------T\ '

rw ... deflation of bu.lne..t. a. time. For two years. I had to live "
: interpreted by''a Baltimore banker entirely on boiled milk. toast' and
,, .o. referred to in the letter soft boiled and even that didn't a These have the full advantages f Goodyear "" .
f ;; .W of inquiry. Others accept this digest well, ant would sour on my .
view and either oppose or defend stomach. I didnt know what it wa competence and care, plus the modern facilities ",
,. It The attempt of the Federal to get a good night's sleep. I took
\ Reserve Board to force Liberty i one kind of medicine after another of the factory we are devoting to the
;,' bonds into the strong-boxes of big until the house was almost filled
: I estates and institutions is denounced! with empty bottles but instead of V world's largest production of 30x3-, 30x3Vfe, I .

,Governwent improving I was getting worse .U {i 1-h '
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the time. Finally they took me to and 31x4-inch sizes. ..
which was importuned to buy bond the hospital for treatment, and I lay; .;
mil It hurt. there for five long months but even '\
'< Extracts from some of the letters that didn't make me well.. It was The sum of this extraordinary effort is avail' :

f are given herewith. taking nearly every cent of my hus iI
cry President J. S. Alexander of the band's wages to pay the doctor and able to you, as the owner of a Ford, Chevro
1 National 1 Bank of Commerce in New drug bill. our drug bill alone ? ''I .
: York says: "I quite agree with you. amounted to $14 or $15 a month and let, Dort, Maxwell, or other car using these I
.4 that there should be no enforced industrial the doctor bill amounted to $108. ('
; depression. It is not a dec "It looked like everything had it $ sizes, at the nearest Goodyear Service StationDealer's .
{.. presslon we want but rather a refe failed to help me.. and I had about I ',1J
'!, adjustment." given up all hope when one day m;,. !I place of business.
;t ;,.f 1<'. H. Sisson. vice-president of' theGuaranty husband, brought a bottle of Tanla.'
Trust Co. of New York, home with him and asked me to '
?i declares: The question is not one take it. He said he had been reading ''l'' Go to this Service Station Dealer for these ;1

r. of too much prosperity,' but of an and hearing a lot of good thing ( I''
inflated and fictitious prosperity built about it and didn't see any. reason tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. I .i
//J i on a false basis, which needs to be why it shouldn't help me. I was
"f a brought down to earth'in order to be confined to my rolling chair when :I He is ready to supply you. I .
made stable It is sound finance for taking H. 1
4 1V the Government to endeavor to force bean Do I look like an invalid now! :I i:1:
-/I Government bonds out of the banks certainly dont feel like one, and 1 I I "
and into the hands of private owners actually. gained twenty-five (25( ;) ., : I II
_-y y which is where they ought to pound. on eleven bottles of Tanlae. I : i
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and feel as well as I ever did in my' .., .
1 ,, ,I On the other hand President Sabin life. 1 can eat anything I w.nt- ..' : .
f; of the same company Is quoted as such things aa meat, turnip. Hard- .
a 't... song "The credit situation to be boiled eggs don't hurt me a particle
$ x a matter of concern but de- and I sleep.as good as I did when 1 I 1
t, spite,the stringency' credit,despite was a girl in my teen. I can gel \
', \ labor unrest, we are still enfoyingvnpreeedented about as well as anybody and just
"f.t prosperity. Fundamentally the other day. I walked down town, ;

.,'r. economic conditions in this and I am Tunning around the neighborhood 3O.3U Good year PoobU Cure Goodyear Heavy Tourist T.w..J arc thick wrong tubes that +. .
country are sound. calling on my friends nearlyall Fabric.All-Weather Tread_ $2350 reinforce casings* proper),.. Wh.uk. good cuing with a '\
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tJ D. E. Waggoner.president: of the the. time now. I haven't a pain cheap tube Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube coat little mon. I
,.'' Security National hank of Dallas, about ma. I believe I am the happiest 3Ox3V& Goodyear SlncU'Cure $ 50 than tube of less merit. 3Ox3Vi ab. in _fer. $ | 5Ofroof .J
: r Tex., the* "If you have quoted correctly woman in Atlanta, and I think Fabric,And-Slid Tread_ Z 1- ..g T- *_ .,
statement from one Of our I t have a right to be. I think my recovery .j
( leading bankers of Baltimore I cannot il almost a miracle and everybody )
(4 of course, agree with him. I am I is our neighborhood thinks
of the opinion that he did not intend the same." r-
n to convey the idea that it would be Tanlae.is sold by all leading drug !
;, good for any action to be taken by gists.


f SPIKING FEVER I-the- )Federal Reserve Board that @ OAR /

would tend to concentrate Govern
4 ment bonds in the hands of large In.ton. -I
|........ CeMev grip ass Flo,
". If so, our arguments whenwe .
DI .. va/wi K .......11 ..... were offering these bonds for sale "
were erroneous. We tried to convey
(ev!.: "*.. _Mont,) he' idea to our people that 1
bonds were absolutely good .
At this time of year most people ered a': means of investing theil''

-.offer from what we term "spring that had advantages over .:
,; fever" because of a stagnant condition banks In that the bonds bore-a
of the blood& because of the greater interest, and of course were I :t
has made with' the nation
toxiDIpm.cm.atoredupwlthln .Absolutely good. It II my opinion ATTACKS LAGRIPPE AND I treaty .
I i that is the abhorrence of our people.He r
.' the body'dyylng the long winter. that preferential rates should continue has treated our remonstranceswith t
We eat too much meat with little at least for sometime yet .not ,
? l pointed contempt. Louis XVI.,
only the banks makingthe loansto COLD THREE WAYS
or no vegetables. by
>. green individuals in the meridian of bis splendor and
but the Federal Reserve -
Bloodless thin anemic,. I power never dared to heap such in-
people banks handling such loans for,
y J j people those with pale cheeks and their member banks, on any loans Dr. Willi...' 101 Tonic Gets RightTo I suite upon his subjects. The answers -

'liPS, WI. have a poor appetite and made against Government bonds. We Work to dean and Strengthenthe to this respectful and remonstranceof and r

I6 ;feel that tired worn or feverish held this idea to the purchasers, and Body. New Boston York sound like Philadelphia the words ofan
y condition in the spring-time of the we believe that common good faith director of seraglio.He .
omnipotent
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the refreshing tonic would argue that it is too soon to gohack
should try
year on this promise." Iron, Quinine and Magnesia ..rethe has thundered contempt upon the
powers of a good alterative and Mr. F. of main chemicals in 101 Tonic. people with as much confidence as if '
J. Downing, president
J nood purifier. Such a tonic" as the New England Bank of Kansas Each one attacks Colds, LaGrippe he sat on the throne of Indostan."
i .druggists have sold! for fifty years, City : "I think that the and Malaria in its own way. Iron One excited patriot set out to I
b; Dr.; Pieree's Golden Medical Dist federal MOL Reserve says Board is endeavoring strengthens: the blood Quinine kills prove that, inasmuch SB Washington
>overy. ;.It is a standard remedy to reduce the high cost of living the disease! germs in it, Magnesia bad drawn some at vie salary in ad- I
'that can be obtained in tablet or by deflating the credits of the eoun clean the body of all its accumulated vance.. the Preside)* was 'a thief.
.. :lIquid form. .Made without alcohol try.. It seems pretty drastic treat poison. The House of Representatives' publicly -
,
,f :from wild.roots and barks." ment' of' the purchasers of. Government Not many colds will stand this at insulted him oa his birthday,
., Jt bonds, who were assured that tack. They soon give in and you feel Feb. 22, 1796. Tie question I i of his
.......: ,ti K.BiuawaHiM ALi.-". Dr.Pierce'sGolden the' banks would take care of the quite your old self again. Impeachment was frequently rafesd."In .
", Medical Diaoovery is certainly buyers of these bonds and give them Dr. Williams' 101 Tonice Is also a 1796," records McMmster. .ki
'a good medicine for deep-seated oolds, ample time.to for them. Now mighty line general tonic and a laxUve. every town and city: in the land Are ,
1 and a* a tonic I have found it to be the attitude of pay the' Federal Reserve. Always keep It on hand.' men-who ,denounced blur as an aristocrat . .....
that eonld, be desired For the .
all
Board is to force these bonds out of 25e and 50 bottles for sale at your as a mpnocrat san "' 0- 1 \ t
lass Golden Medical
forty-five years drug tore. maniac, and who' never manttqaed
and Pleasant Pellets',barebeen the banks and make the buyers take Yes-Sometimes 0 '
Diaeovery.
his name without In their hearts '
whatever loss is bondsor rage It Is-B Look. }
.used, In my. 'borne mother, for used in my these boyhood which they have necessary not paid.on This IN'WASIIIIV G'TOMSTIME' .. and curses on their) lips" His opponents .

t remedies days of Dr.my Pieree's and no other does not seem,to m. to be an act of professed to believe that his Out When :The )
Comes
Farewell "Bump"
: Address :was inspired by ,
Edmund
''Medicines were ever used b, her .. Randolph, dismissed from. the conviction that he would be defeated
long asighe.t she lived. She bad none but .the office of Secretary of State}b, '
toe praise for them, and from C. T..Tatrra,.. >president of ''the the first President, expressed ,' the for re-election and it was recorded A maa may go oa quite a while speeding every dollar he eras '
C? my own experience with'Dr.: Pieree's First;National Bank of Minneapolis, I opinion that the heart .of George of him that "his character, at ...., or evea before .. gets U-ead have a great tee dour it
for oolds Minot Then" is doubt that the having been founded on false appear- bat ,.
.Golden Medical Discovery no Washington was a<"black as that ofRanndol vesmally ..... will show.
and the'Pleasant Pellets'for'bilious'eonetipaUoo. action of the, Federal Reserve Bank Caligula.to. < anell,. can only "be respectable while

r .' I. know >that in raising interest rates was for the h'e ..... about George it Is not known. n. u..u.,1", -II bound I. COIIIt MO.'" or late, when Ida '- .
; medicines fleeervs the highest of forting of Washington Is it.any wonder'that Washingtontook ..... .
tbeee purpose ; liquidation: could hardly be called ...t ames and dollars would Into
3 ,praise that '1 can give.. !-K0.EaWI, merchandise stocks. While undoubtedly unprejudiced, but In those days to pains to warn, his fellow countrymen come edgily to** play.
No. S8I3 Twentieth_ Avenue.itMWNRWi .. .the.bond market has been &f. say that,the heart of the President "against the baneful effectsof The time t. throw off the .......,.Ublt fa Bow_
tested by the 0 situation, it is through of the United States was al"q blackas the spirit of part.t" That he start by depositiBr'just a.,JiItlt..cIa.eek, IB this '.I
spoke from when he told
no fault of the banks, who endeavored that' of Caligula excited DO' particular "- experience bank and .
in every possible way. to procure attention. Gouvernenn .Morris them that "It serves always to distract tee how much mer* comfortable and isdepeadeat -
'" a reasonable rate on the. 'bondsfrom records >Randolph's opinion In a ,the public councils and enfeeblethe you will feel u tilt habit grows aid you
.i the Treasury department and spirit of languid interest It did not public. administration T" dollars multiply. ,2 sg :
were in this effort unsuccessful- arouse him in the least They paid not attention to his +
.C.. .' bonds were put, out at too low I a In fact,' what Randolph said, ofVbshington counsel then, and they have paid no "
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attention to since
......._.,--. .' r1T.rs.r basis, and they'ware seeking theirlevel. : was mild and gentle'In It ; yet it would
... .. .. not be difficult to demonstrate that STATE
.. .- irsa.'- I comparison with much of the eriti- BANKKISSIMMEE, OF -
D."t\ ; r.iwu... ... i E. W.'-Deeker., president of the clam' U it can be called such,.that George Washington was never, wiser
JC.- b+ _r. :. Northwestern National Bank of Minneapolis .' was heaped upon the Father of His or more trustworthy than when he
.M....MCM YVBCMt thlnb ,that ,a ''reasonable Country. School children are taught admonished the American people
!... MM., ...* .. against the evil. of inflamed and
- an
G__ ...._.... middle ground is. the only' safe policya hat,.Washington was first in ''war,
',TODAy, ......,M K follow,'and believes :that "one first in peace and first in the hearts pernicious. partisanships-New York
,. ,\ trouble with our prelent'tIOndito! is of his countrymen. They. are never World.. .
...CENTRAL DRUG J3TORK that the I Federal Reserve.Board was taught that he :was also the best ,{
' -r- dominated by th. Treasury department abused-man of his time. How Is Your .Complexion. RESOURCES 1750.000.00 I
KILLThE' RATS '- and forced 'to hold the interest Nothing better illustrates the xl':: A woman should grow more beautiful Capital $100,000.00Officsn
rates down continuously until the cay of epithet in American politics as she grows older and she will t
expansion"and. inflation leached-an han a comparison of the criticism with due regard to baths, diet and .
unnecessary rate.*. The president of that .is'directed against 'Wilson'with exercise. and, by. a, keeping her liver aaUHractsnt' V .
the Indiana National Bank of Indianapolis the criticism directed and bowels in ood' working' order.
against Wash .C.A.CARSON,Pres. C.A.CARSO
., ", '1t \ thinks it would be a good ington.- It is as marked a. the .differences If you are haggard and yellow, your J.Jr, E.U LESLEY.V-P.. ,
oIiIJlDAJ lass thing if the Federal Reserve .Board .\between ,the one-half of 1. eyes losing their lustre and whites o' A. ,E.BEABDEN, Aast Cashier
could find a way to deflate business, per cent,-beverages prescribed by the becoming yellowish, your flesh flab N. R. CARSON.
I ByUsInc : tut'does not approve of forcing Government Volstead-Act as the brandy that the by, It---way.;: be due to indigestion or' c. A. CARSON 1R.. ? '
bonds to. strong-boxes of fathers used to imbibe so freely c to a sluggish liver. Chamberlain's C. A. CARSON. H. FLEMING. "

$STEARNS PASTE, I IJ big ''estates. eta., without regard to Take the ;Jay treaty, for example. Tablets' correct. _these disorders,.* i N. C. BRYAN. 'i
'0,4 they loss to bondholders; and Elmer McMaster has compressed -into an :; J '? "I I I -V 5 15 r. LE3LET. ..

j ioegrbaMlarew t-tD Mb"'JIs.... W. Stout,.:,',vice-president "< the illuminating pan some of' the r 'seatTubL; i .J. WADE TUCKER, Dlreetors.ifrerybedy \
Ij ds...fa Iasi..sere to naD te mp.... .11d. Fletcher American National Bank of impressions George Washingtonthat On hit first trip across'the Twen-
tee rev wbr and fresh.... .
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........lie......b to kill"-10.- o<<10......,' Dot.he a sudden contraction of 'credt frlnta.. '?, .e.?'- ,. aged two remarked, "Obi I .look, r
", IbIK71g Nt, 1rIUI whldhwouldruult; in serious ,. .' Preildent," 'the Aurora; Mamma J. L'?2'...beats,Iii' the >bath. ..
-0. .. 1Suafia iresslon., Ii' de-j.:*has ''violated the Constitution He tub."-Boyt. .Lifex 'I, .- >. o..1\\I Vie Is AarUdr 'Adreru***' 'Thdr 'Wsal.Fa:. ivnrc.gaa', '.

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'THE 'KISSHHIEE: VALLEY: GAZETTE FRIDAY, APRIL .. 1'2.' scvm

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: -' : ,.-- -. ..... -" ,- ':' -.= I 1 kind In'' property 'and 'real estates re.latlng :3" ; .

directly or Indirectly to business ........................................................
or social Interests or found necessary r: i

for such Interests! to bur and .....n.._ ..... ... .......... e.
.. sell municipal bonds, mortgages de. _
, 1"l. bentures,
trust receipt commercial
o I" ,', ," r,' r.-
.. paper, consols and governmental *e
.' uretie: to apply for acquire, bur .
sell assign, .Ie....< pledge, mortgageor
otherwise dispose of letter patent
'.. . 0I of th., United State or of any f .i
Same Ihir Price As
foreign all ,
I 'f.; country or or any right
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er, otherwl.y .. I . ..
. '., u \ apply < MI., \ lease or otherwise. dispose i ,Befbre: : The War : I II
,II,",: ,ik"I -: ; : : of patent rights. .licenses, prlYlle"",... ,
., : ? Invention, .
,: ;, ,, i. 0 name
,' ,, : and pending applications therefor, '
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; ALI .,,,.,,\ 'i'...? !'.''1.1,11,' k'! 1 ,,1 I. relating. to or useful In connection I send stxirce pixre., '
,,/- ',\\.101>1 ,'''F'','' ,\ ..',.;' with any business of th* corporation: .
,"! ''' ..\ I. i? to use, manufacture or grant lio.naaunder who1esom.e. Jseverode so
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."' .I _'' ', >" ".' r.. .i. any letter patent owned or .

',..: .... '. '. ...," '..:,\'i.,". ,"."...: '','./,.,. 'h,); controlled money by In the experimenting Company, and on to and expend I ':maw I lio.vePOSTUM.eiJqye fJA

" ., ,f. 'i! ,I'?);' :"" the validity or value of any ,
\ '' ,,,,,,) patent
'' \ ,,;), right the Company may ao-
.' ,' b ;years.
""'' quire or propose : H
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Bert the Run ARTICLE .
in Long ) V. amount of the
I .. capital tock of this corporation hall
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.' .........( .': be Ten Thousand Dollar (10000.00 L i
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. ..., divided Into On. Hundred 100) -
.., ,_. .hare*-of'the value-ot-One-Hun." - --------iNsTANT
::::1:: a-- .. < far
derd Dollar. (100.00 each. Said cap.
'" ital stock! or designated: part thereof .
i may be paid for In property laboror '
service at a jut valuation to be
'n OODRICHonanlnner fixed by the Inoorporators at a meetlav .
called for that purpose. i t '
ARTICLE VI. The business of this
corporation ah.n'' be conducted by a 'r
Board of Director. of not lea* than
Tube means the same as three nor more than eight.

; ARTICLE VII. The annual meetingof has a pileasliad coffee -
Fi
.. the stockholder shall be held on ;

: Goo''choiia'Silvei: : town Cord the thereafter first :Monday.a*o'clock practicable In I 'February a. m., or at a of*whichmeeting soon each i like;' flavor ,bas" Is :more ,.

there 'shall be elected by and .economical ilian. coffee i
stockholder a Board of ..'
TireSe.tisfactoryService.' : Directors for the ensuing year. ..The '
; % .. Board of Director so elected shall : ,and.:lias the l'lddedva1 i
meet Immediately following; adjournment
.... \ stockholders and shall organise byelecting .

i /! Goodrich' .. Red Inner Tubes', President. Treasurer.from Vise their-Pr.eident.. own number Secretaryand .a caffeine or other: : hornifu1 ':. i iw.i,.

i .- J; ARTICLE! VIIL The stockholder ,
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of this hall at the first ingredients."fihcre's r
t Yawaer endanee'midto
I all the and+ annual meeting, or a* coon thereafter
a* practicable adopt the neoeasarybylaw
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-tf-f ... /** -t .. ? 'F' .. \ .... "., '"''" '' for the government of this a J2eason" I IMade. .
corporation.
'life that: I Goodrich knows ARTICLE! IX. amountof ,
j Indebtedness or liability. to which = i '
. this corporation shall be subject shall 6ty
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rto - 'rs.
r' \ be Twenty Thousand UU.OOO.Of) Dollar Postum Crree.1 Company Battle Creelc.>ficK .

h Wto' rubber.l ARTICLH*. :X. Until 'the Bret election .

puto. of officer the business of ,this .................................... ... .. ........... i
,I corporation shall be conducted by the ,
following named person: I
W. B. Crawford. President a

I 'John. W.8.Sargent.Cadel.. VicePresidentM. Secretary .Trtaa- C. A. CARSON,Pre deDt. N. BRYAN.; Seentarr.. n


Ii and nrer.laid officer. shall .constitute the


i GoodirikhINNER< J < < : .Board ARTICLE of of of Incorporation Director the! XI subscribers The name, together to and these residences with articles THE WATERS' &, CARSON GROCERY,. . CO..


the number of shares of the capital Wholesale and Retail Dealers im 'fGROCER1ES'
took subscribed by each set opposite ; ..w; 4 f
i his name are a* follow:

7ed e Name Residence. Of No.SharesW.
B. Crawford Klsslmmee. FIa..9/ ,
John B. Cadel, Klsslmmee.. l'la.--- 1 ,
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M. Sargent. Klsslmmee. Fla. 1
: IN WITNESS WHEREOF we have
V. hereunto set our hand this the llnd

TUBES day of March to., A.B.D.CRAWFORD.ItSO '" .

JOHN S. CADHJL. . . . . . . . . '' . . .. ...,. .. 4. ., .. .

M.-W. BARQBiNT. : ..

STATE! OF FLORIDA > WE SELL WE BUT ....
COUNTY OF OSCBOLA. )
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Be It known that before me. theunde..l"ned
: 'The E.F.Ooeddd.2MMdyG oaajdu .A4rstlt'ab1.: Notary Public In and for 0 HAY r HIDES ''M' ,
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aid County and State personally
appeared
eMaIei efO* SuvmnToww Cord TTrm W. B. Crawford John 8. Cadet 1-". ._, .,
and M. W. Sargent to me well known 0 GRAIN .
and known to me to be the Individual FURS
described In and who executed the ,.'
foregoing proposed Charter of the .

I I.rty. New. Europe Trading; Companyand FERTILIZERS .... ... ...w. '.'WObL. ' .4 '.
each -severally acknowledged that he . ,
PARCEL POST MARKETINGOF SEASONABLE POULTRY HINTS labor or *rvlce;. at a Just valuation I executed the therein same expressed.In for the. ue and 4> SHINGLES . .F w l
to be fixed by the Incorpore- purpose ,
SIRUP BRING PROFIT tore or by the director at a meetln Witness Whereof I have hereunto AND
Just .as soon as the last egg is required called for such purpose and the Judgment set jny hand and affixed my.official t. .... "
Maple, cane and sorghum sirups to be incubated the rooster of much Incorporator.. or director seal this the Und day of March A. 4> ORANGE BOXES .a ,,
should be killed or yarded a* to the value of such property D. 1(10.
be readily shipped by parcel apart O. I. ROUNTRHB. .
nay labor or aervlce shall In the absenceof ALL I
post U properly prepared for shipment from the hens. Do not be careless fraud be conclusive upon stockholders Notary Public State of Florida. O ORANGE 0
WRAPS O. '
about this It loses. My Commission March 14IIXS. '. ..
to Investigators in aa means money and all parties dealing with Expire 1, +-
acordipg Rr. W. N.. Sanborn of the College the company. The authorised capital 18-4t. *' ... ., "" I .;, yYb: i'' .,
the Bureau of Markets United tock mmy be Issued and paid for at O : .,, ", i j....
States Department of Agriculture, of Agriculture, gives the followingseasonable such time or time ,and upon such NOTICE OK APPLICATION FOR TAXPEBP. VEGETABLE CRATES't.COUNTaT. :. : '

who have made experimental ship I hints to poultrymenr term and condition aa th. Board of ," '' *... ,'t\f'.''''', .Jt! ': ...
Be sure and start a few standard Director may determne;. and It may '' J '<
m.nta/from manyparts' of the country bred be Increased from time to tlm beyond NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN That CRATENAILS 4> '41.II' PRODUCE'wM'
different man routes. chicks this spring' Maybeyou the amount In the E. B. Brown purchaser of Tax Certificate . ..' '
over staled manner 4 '' _
many .
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have been wise. enough to have done provided No. i68. dated the Ith day of > Crtavsr .
Of 804. shipments only 3 showed any this before. Yon have everything to ..1lTim': \ : : v. July. A.i D. ,411 ha filed said crtlflcat 4> > > 4> 4> 4> 4> 4> 4>'4> 4> 4> 4> . .
-, material loss because of leakage and The ": the corporationshall In office has mad apeordince . . ., . .. . ..... I
this was due 'yb unusually roughhandling. gain little'' to use, if you own standard be : :-tedot,. a Provident one I .1- tax law.::elt Said icertlecate '. '
bred'ateck. Vie Prsildenta, with
The distance or more a Secretaryand
average cov- Once in,a while a person makes a Treasurer and such other officers embrace the following described We all Field and Garden ML. .,
Seeds of all k
these shipments was greater'than >.
by the mistake 4t too and agent a* may from time totime property, situated In Osceola County
sirups likely to be sent by mail Crowding many be elected or appointed and bya orlda. to-wit w. give special: attention to fitting out hunting and :
condition. ergs into an incubator. Don't crowd Board of Director consisting of SHU of SB\14. Section 1< In Town.ship camping. partJe. *.. l
under, ordinary Tina. egg, chicks or hens. If you do you not less than three nor more than 14 South. Rang* I* Bat I.*.. be Free delivery in city limit. Phone No.:12. "

Two types Two of Type 1-g-allon tin container lighten your bank account even* shell member be flzed* The number stockholders of director South t Northwest 140 yard..corner East thereof 204ardruns. We .are county'' agents' for,'good, ,..fertilizer. ., Ask a for circular; asdoriea'oa .

found satisfactory for It is Treat mistake to hatch'too In the By-Law T..tbe. person North 140 )yard. West S04 yard Thepaid fertilizer; *.' '.
were Pave many chicks. A hundred chicks may hold two or more office, except land being assessed at th* date .. } ?
eel post .l pmenta. Both type. makes a small show when first a* may be proscribed by the By-Law of issuance of said certificate In the h
.crew caps and are provided with The following named_officers shall name of Mary St. Waring. Unless
outer cartons ef corrugated hatched but takes ,a large house be the officer to conduct the business aid certificate shall be redeemed ac-
paper- when mature. ahead how of the cordlnng to law tax deed will lsn
Figure \ company until the officer' who
board. Snugly fitting pieces of cork many can care for era feed can hall be elected at the first electionof thereon on the IUh' day of ,,prla. A.
In the cape cover the opening in the you hatching\ officer of said company shall be D. 1(10. }1 .
house and when
when screwed down tightly. stop ; you Q"aimed: Z. L. OVBJRSTRJCBrr.! 4
cans : and nearly) reach that number., Don't let Arthur EL Donegal President clerk. Circuit. Court Osoeola County t
Such packages" properly wrapped the little chicks too hot too cool Pat Johnston, Vie President ..
marked as go li.It. By a BULLOCK. P. q
"Fragile. P. K.
securely tied Weaver Secretary and Treasurer.
too full the first ten days .
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required 'b, the postal regulationsfor '
and, NOTICE TO CREDITORS.la .
packages: containing- liquids, will Scald miles ,palls daily. The Arthur .X) Donegan, Pat Johnston ..
carry without danger of leakage In warm weather furnishes an ideal and P., K/Wearer shall b. the Direc Cs>rt *fi Cvmmtr J"ge.'r,OeeeslaCvvaty.
the mailai.' While the 1-gsJlon can Is Stat *f ft.wt...
to condition for the growth of any, bacteria ton.The first' election of Director;shall Im r* Estate ., .._.. D. .........., '
most commonly .abipp.dtunder that'may' be present Prof. be held on the ith day of AprIL A. D. ,- "
8 gallons may: be the WUloughby of the Agricultural; College 114. and thereafter the annual. election To all Creditor. Legatee.. Distribu

.presentpua post weight limit of urges special care In the hand principal of Directors office. and shall place be held of business at the tees and ,all Person havlnjr Claimsor ,, THE, UNIVERSAL. CA ,'

'''0, pounds. Light but substantial ing1 of milk during the'. lumm.rmontba. of the incorporation on the third Demand against said EetatetYouand .
each of ar hereby
wooden crates: should be supplied for Thursday of January In yon. ,
/ each year it I notified .and required to present any '
f the larger containers. not a legal holiday, and If a legal hol claim and ,demand or ,Here U the Ford Runabout a perfect whirlwind I "'
iday: then on the next against '
Suggestions Made. Every.time you buy War Savings business' , succeeding. ; either ef yon. mar have the. '
,Suggestions on obtaining customers Stamps you drive .another rivet into day.OSCEOLA' CTPRBSS COMPANY I estate of Joseph t>. Jeffords, late ef. \r of-utility.... Fits into the 4ailf life of, +

and dealing with them by'parcel your ship of prosperity. :By B L. HUNTBB. Preeldent. Oaoeola Administratrix County Florida,of to said th. under.signed estate .. 'r every body, anywhere, everywhere, and all the\

,post may be found in F. H. WILSON. Secretary 17.4t.NOTICE within one year from date ..r..or."Date4.F.bra ;t; me.. I For town and, country/it .U all.that its
D se., ,
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letin 922 "Parcel-Post Business '
I. hereby siren-'that theUndersigned 'llat&r I : J1 mc"linplteaRunabout.. 'Low'tn'coat of w
.
Method., which also suggests how LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTSIf will on :April 34th ItSO. 11'tt Administratrix..
consumer may get in touch with. apply to the Governor of Florida for operation ; low in :coit; maintenance, with

producers. A copy of this of bulletin ;.-;;;;-Of APPLICATION TO AMEND I Letters..1....... our' Patent i associates<* Incorporating and successors pur- lit THFJ" SBVloirrKICJrTH. or THB ,. sTATE. JtTDICIA1.ciRCirrr or .. all the,'turd/ strength,'dependability and reliability -"

will be sent free on receipt a which
for Ford be
l guest addressed to the.United States OSCKOLA CTfPRBSS COMPANY the NSW 'JBUKOPB. FLORIDA. ,CIRCUIT COURT. cars are 0
.WMV OSCKOI i"
IN AND FOR
o Department of Agriculture Washington TRADING pleased to have Tour order for" one or more.. Wo
; W. B. CRAWFORD:, ,COUMTT.' tttDr. ID4&"JTY.'' .
Notice Is hereby' given-'that the j '
,. D. C. OBCKOLA CYPRESS COMPANY a JOHN 8. .CADKL. rhllllsi'rhllllpev:'"'sad J.' B. ;CaMett have i about'everything In'motor car accessories : .,. 9.

,COW'TESTING ASSOCIATION under corporation the LAW orsranlsed'* of.the' +>State and.ef existing Florida **., ."J nndrlgnd.,M. W.. SARQENT.W hereby. associate Freak.k .tewy.sse -......OU-.>.h, .Start.. his. and always hare a full line of genuine r ,

FOR EAST COAST COUNTIES will apply .to,the Honorable Sidney ourselves together. for the purposeof wiles ... Drew.si. ...,. M. BUUeiy* cad all .Ford: part*-giro genuine Ford service.; '
J. Catts. aorernor of th* State ofloridn. becoming a bodr points andourporate >eree_* or prteei ....*m m i .1aJ..I. JmA fV
.. at Tallahassee, Florida, on the tinder and pursuant to the tmtmrom !. fa ipiitr Ie wklek'Th
The first steps for organizing'' a loth day of May A. D., 110. to amend laws Florida vrovldin* for the for _lot*barely Def.eN.mtr
relief *ws
association for, Palm Articles I. III. and V. of Its Article.of. mation. management liabilities ', and !
cow
testing : *
y contained In 4ta Immunities! = ", I
Incorporation a* corporation < .
we
and State parties
ef t. air
Beach 'Broward and Dade counties Charter In pursuance of a- resolution hereby declar that the following ar. Florida. L ,rOSCEOL&'MOTOR

t!.* ave, been 'taken. and indications adopted by th. stockholder,of 0 the tlcle. ef Ineerporatlon ehall consti which olalmlnaan relief I interest* aught In which the property property; to ; CO.., .
,,-jtnt to the perfection of such an eompanv at a special m..ting'of the tute and. be the charter of said corporation Is fully described herein and to allparties .
of scald held at the issuance : '
tockholder* company upon of Let- .
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, 37-9 BsMsVay -
r'' organization ,within the"very near It. Klaslmmee. Florida, on tere Patent according to I..*..." claiming Interestunder .the Tfc, >. *
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future. 'Assistingthe dairymen in the tCl4lelat than of February four week; An notice D. 1110.after el.uch ARTICLO I., -The name' of EUROpe this corpTRADINOCO1MPANY.NEW J.following B. Story decopersons.., E..StolT.EII.'K.namelyi. Har- Jf EJ,.....;.. -. .., ..'1Fla. ...
their formulated and more ?
getting plans ,
meetlnawa* given a* prescribed rell. James Harrell. Reed Story Catherine I
in fact fosteringthe movement are by. law, and at which meting atock- ARTICLB IL The principal. placeof Story Marentha Wilson. Henry
H. 8. McLendon, of the East Coast holder holding three-fourth of the bulne. ef this corporation shall Wilson. MrfH.. Wilson J. It Carl. :
, ,Railway A. P. Spencer, of the Extension -, authorised and Issuedshares' of the b* Klsslmme IO'"U.'r.t: the Boardof Oeora-e W. Fnquay. and B.' D_ Manor ,
; Division of capital tock attended, participated Director may : branch of or otherwise In said dcrlbd' real
of the College and voted for the adoption of said fice at other place. from time to estate?
, Agriculture; J. 8. McLain, of the amendment A copy of such proposed time a* .desired. IT IS ORDERED that you and you
tl'l : are .
cl'y hereby required to appear on the ,
of Animal amendments.. together with the The period Of ex
Dairy Division Bureau
'proceedings.* of said meetlna of Feb-. istence of this .oorporatlon shall be : Ird day. oMay, IttO. being on a. Mile I'I
Industry, and the, county agents in rurary. 9th If 10, are now on file In the perpetual,and ,It shall exist perpetuARTICLK day of said Court to the bill filed ;
these' respective counties. office of die Secretary of State of the aranst yon In th* above entitled. ,
i State of Florida. And said Article .tV., The. general natureof court.- "" .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 1. III. and V. will be respectively applied the business of this corporation The property described In said bill, _
for to be amended *o a* to read hall be the exportation and Importation and to which relief I* *on.ht Is deorlbed t
The'gre.t benefit derived from the ARTICLE I. of all product and good of ail a* follows, to-irltt .' D
'Use' of Chamberlain's Cough \Remedy The name of this Company shall be kind, the, creation of store or warehouses Government lot 1. I and 4 eL-:';; 0
O8CEOLA CYPRESS COMPANY. Ita .* representation of lion 'II, Township li. South.
has been gratefully acknowledged by of businessshall societies ro thirty Baat. OeoeolaCounty. State of
3 principal offlc and place nrm* corporation of very ,
'. Mrs. F. Blakeney, of Brldg-end description Florida. 1
many. Benjamin be at the town to participate In all
'+ 'Decanter Hi;writes i } "Chamberlain's County of Bemlnole. State of Florida kind of financial, commercial and In. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED TO:EUROPE BT AIL to the "greatS4 which! mad.'a sue:*,
r and It shall ..power to establish dustrial affair or to create Independent that this order b.* published one a > eeesrol round trip last is
Cough Remedy Is by far the best3iedthine' other of flee* leave asrenele within and companies.' ,or by affiliation a week for twelve week In Klselmmee .There are' two. definite 0 'projects figured that the air line rcould' bef '
for colds and. coughs we without tII. Stat. 01 Florlela.. or combination, or ubcriptlon.. or Valley' Gazette a. newspaper la afoot, to establish transatlantic i
mure used in our family.. I gave ARTICLE III. 'f- .": contribution or In any other way, and said county of Oseeola regular made to I.pay 1' byl" charging 'a' little
ever! The amount ef its capital tock au specially the acquisition of any or Witness my hand and the sal ef air rontea. It..is reported that more than the regular ocean''steam. )t .
it ,, : for
small .
to ray.children when :. thorised shall be Seven Hundred and all kind of Industrial and -commercial aid Circuit Courtthtordda.J..fJanuary ., the'land has''already been secured ship rate. Within: a few aura
croup>> and have taken.. it myself." Fifty* Thousand Dollars ,.U7l0.00t..0), stocks;' all transaction of .-1.., 1.---: J New York city for a landing years .
divided Into Seven, ,Thou,and < FT purchase, commission, and brokerage ICT. CT, SIDA.L): near Ijr ftoC i ethan five, w..ball: 'be -
For, Sale or Rent-FIne large, seven Hundred! (7W) ; hares of the par' of all product and merchandise of ,. I. L OVEBPTREET, place. One of theM roatea. !f8 plan. able te cross the Atlantle la, tare* -J d_"
i value. of On*' ,Uundred Dollars. any kind) the fequMtlon. _Ion and 'Clerk of the above ',entitled. .to.rt.: ned by Germany and ,the d s er jess by the, sir tout..v'
roomed ho M.thedintMstnlaces ($ .ub. exploitation of patents,,, lloense*. p...- SL B. DURRAN -- '1, '. .,Enrland.1 In both .eases I t.: J 1II t .11
I tar block. One of InVVr' all or said capital stoek maybe ces.es. In..nUo". and mproy..taoC Solicitor for "
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.,.!q tgwn. Apply Valley'Gasette. tf, payable, ,either' In. cash or In proper .u, k1acle .,tIM. UoD of!.,say Florida.:. plalaaat-I: ( I.hie balloons. "are.., .7 to'beeused. A.. . ..... ,.1 ta* 'VaUay 'QI......
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EIGHT THE K1SSIMMEE' VALLEY GAZETTE. FRIDAY APRIL, 9,, 120<<. -a. .


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8TAYE MARKETING W.U----: FRIENDSHIP, LODGE He. 'It .w'

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'CUPlD'.ROI KISSIMMEE' CONFER RANK ON MEMBER
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No,, pedl.ent. however ingenious,, ", ,I.1
can relieve the American people At the regular meeting of Friendship

WINSOME YOUNG LADY from the necessity for many years Lodge No. 10. of the Knights of W.: J. Sears
ffl'' of careful economy in national and Pythias held Wednesday. conferred the Congressman
personal" expenditure or from I' con. rank of Esquire was on
'A pretty wed-U-; ;; .. solemnize tinned effort to create more food William Goldstein Sam H. Prather

Tuesday evening of this week supplies and better industrial" condition and Dr. C. E. Dunaway. The' lodge

which united the lives of one of Kis- *. also recently conferred the rank of .
''r ..'. most winsome young ladies. .The word 'co-operation' I.! a much Knight on C. :A. Bitch.
'1 S Miss Ethel t Gilbert, and John A. used word these days, and hat many The applications of Harry C. Plano YI,
i' Erickaon, ofDeLand. different meaning A recent definition and Howard )I. JUt for..the degrees -
The auditorium of the First Baptist 1. .s follows "Cooperationmeans of Pythianism have been accepted ..

i r church was a bower of beauty so1-to- ,:conduct yourself" that by the lodge and these gentlemen

4 for"a solid bank of greenery conceal others can work with you. will short/! begin. 'their. Pythian.
tt ed the choir rostrum and dainty tracery Families troubled by bedbug will journey.The .

r of vines extended along the dean withntheseopeath local lodge last night voted to
"R 'balcony'i with bamboo filling' the corners. to effectively invite the Winter Haven lodge of
int. An arrangement 'of cut flowers in Farmers' Bulletin 754, "Bedbug-, this order ,to put on the rank of .
'4 added a touch of pink and whit issued free by the U. S. departmentof Knight in the local lodge on the

t The musical program preceding Bgriculrtue, Washington D. C. night of April 21st at which time a I.
The total! business of Armour & ..
the ceremony was exceptionally I Ipleuln& banquet will be arranged for the .
Ih 1 ,. Miss Erickson sister of Co-!_for. the fiscal year ending Nov. visitors of the local Pythians. The '''''','''-K "Eh" :,.
the groom;rendered 'a.-violin-solo,I J _1ota1ed.. not including South Winter Haven_ lodge is one of the : l J."i f'

tp ? accompanied by Miss Helen Bass America, $1,038,000,000, making the strongest Pythian lodges'In the state ', (" ,\, '- .
i "Oh Thou Sublime Evening Star" decord of the company and comparing and 'there will probably be, sixty or 'i!.. 4.'" '- ,
Cadman's "At was with $861,000,000 in 1918. The seventy-five in attendance) on the --. ..-: .;''' '

a beautifully sung by Miss Helen Gilbert increase of $177,000,000 is equal to meeting here. . ; ,",'
then in'. Wedding' 20 1-2 per cent. The net income!: as f
s.1
march! announced the arrival of the presented in the annual report was TEN FOOT ALLIGATOR "

V1, 'wedding party. $14,098,506, representing: a return of INTERESTS VISITORS _
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Miss Grace Gilbert sister of the 6.74 per cent on the net capital In- '

,t bride ,was maid of honor,'and Ralph vested. A ten foot alligator has ,taken up ',"
i, wood, groomsman entered at opposite The next few years will call for his habitat in Kissimme This was .,
sides of the room and advanced the greatest skill in fanning. The against his wishes but he was caught '.

i to the altar. close of the World War haa rather napping on the sunny shores of Lake
r Next came the dainty flower girl to America a more serious Tohopelcaliga and must now pay the 1''

rye 'Lois Peak, a little fairy in pink and than a' less serious food problem penalty of being one of the greatest I I'a
'" white, who scattered rote leave. in The United. States is being ealleaealled sights of the city. ,
i the path of the advancing bridetobe upon to feed oureslves but; export He has a specially constructed'enclosure

then waited at the altar bearing' food to the allied countries but at the photo studio on Em- :
the ring. to, the hungry populations of mett street and here he is visited by ,

: The bride was escorted by her central Europe. Knowledge will increase the home people as well as.the tour- J
brides maid Miss Jewel Tatum of efficiency in farming. I'I'i

i DeLand while the groom's best The excess: of American exports: ists.He is blind in one eye and for that
Bob Bishop also of DeLand. entered; over imports In 1919 amounted to reason is thought to be the same b "

1 _' with him. As the party reached the $4,017,009,000( a new record according fine specimen that ha. been so frequently \
(, altar they were met by Rev. O. B. to a statement issued by the U. seen in the neighborhood of i f

,' Falls who pronounced the solmen S. Bureau of foreign and domestic Oliver Island Paradise Island and '
.". words of the double ring service commerce.! Exports for 1919 totaled the east shore of the lake. J. \ ,., 'it
' During the service the violin and $1,922,000,000( as compared with
/ : >' tano played very softly "To a Wild $$6.149,000,000, while imports were Do not forget the Ktsslmme Valley .

' 1'p' ." valued at $3.904,000,000, against Gazette offlrs does fine printing. ?;
The bride was very sweet and 4 in lovely white satin .cbarmuse, The American Bible Society reports
t" with and embroidered that the marketing of Biblesin
'combined georgette
with opalesent beads. The the United States in 1018 exceeded Classified Advertisements We are authorized by W. J. (Joe ) Sears to state that he will I .;'

t: 'long:veil 1 was crowned with orange 85 million copies, and that when be a candidate for re-election from the Pourth Congressional District ; it
blossoms and draped with the same the sales of 1919 are figured up a '

r' fragrant flower. She carried a bouquet greater .amber will be reported. FOR RENT / at the,Primary to beheld on.June 8th. 1//

l f'of ,brides roses with a shower The Bible continues to be the greatest ROOMS-For rent at summer rate.. ,

J % ,It .suit of orange was of'blossoms.navy blue Her tricuotine going away with I Nearly seller.every country in the world F. H. Lawson. 17-tf. At the last primary Congressman Sears carried'rrer'7 county in his district, and he t; $
8U Concrete ,
small bat' to match.. .. . reports an increased demand for FOR BENT-8ubJ.et bungalow SOS To Penfleld: South U confident he will do as well this time., He'stated that in a week or ten day he would i
The maid of honor was gowned in' candy which means more sugar. Klaslmmee. Enquire of Mrs. C. V.Thrasher. '
, t+ embroidered cloth of gold with georgette Never, was there a better time for 401 Clay Street KlMlm- begin his campaign and would, make an active one.> From.lettersbe had received from i ,

r trimmings, and carried a bouquet Florida to. get into the industry. mee tot .West Fla.. Monroe or III'''.Street.Mary Upper Bummers Flat. all over the district he was sure that his friends would 'ally'to'his support. : :

of pink roses with a shower of American opossum raccoon and Jacksonville 1"Ia. li-4t-pd.
sweet peas. rabbit skins found a wide nrket in While Congressman Sears has onlyb en in Congress fire 'years and three months, f I :'

The ride. maid wore Combined an attractive with recent sales at a large advance over FOR SALE this will be the fourth time be has had opposition, but' each time he has won by a larger l
pale green gown spring sale prices. Wild furbearinganimals OBCBOLA FERTILIZER co.. good .e .
.. silver cloth and carrie a bouquet of are decreasing in number mad. Sec F. H. Laweon. l-tf. majority showing increased poJ Ularit7. .
,roses with a shower of:sweet peas. and the high price of muskrat and
Immediately after the. ceremony a other skins has also raised the price FOR BALE, tit:-.00.Light; worth buggy double.In good HamIlton condition - Florida is growing by leaps and bounds and the citizens now realize the importance';

'< reception was given at the Gilbert of rabbit skins, which are dyed and Klsslmrnee Park. IT-lt-pd. of keeping a man in Congress who has made good. 1
borne to the relatives and immediate processed by American dealers to .. ..

-friends of the happy couple. flowers pJ'Oduce.n excellent imitation ofsealakln FOR Plate.BALE Practically)-One Bets new.Electric; At a Wall reasonable He said "I appreciate more than I can express, the loyal support of my. friends In 'f
Here quantities of spring known as sealine. Fun price. Apply Valley Oaette. -
,
were attractively) arranged in the valued at $25,000,000 were auctionedat T-tf. the. past, and 1 only trust that I may always merit their continued confidence and esteem." .,

dining room and-a color scheme of the fur sale held in St. Louis 'the ..leI.ne. r
FOR BALE)-Fine property.
iS ,,pink and white was carried out. week of Feb. 2, 1920. Furs imported quartet'-block, seven roomed house,
f Block ice cream 'and pink and reached $70,000,000 worth In 1919. orange tree.. pecan tree, live. oaks May The Best Man Win? tr'
White assorted cakes were served as received by the State flower. vine, shrub Garage,

''y :)tr. and Mrs. Erickson were receiving Marketing Bureau from a committee rear.woodshed Reaeon and for two selling: :: rooms propertytoo In ;

the felicitations of the guest. to investigate food supplies in New large for present owner. A pply
True to tradition the bride tossed York City says that an average of Valley G..tte.u l-tf. 4..
her bouquet over' the. bannister but reached
1.323 cars of food products FOR B ALB-One Emerson Typewriter,
4' ,only' cupid could interpret the signs, that city every day during 1919. model three, visible, a* food as. new I hereby announce my candidacy for FOR TAX ASiEBSOB.
'for the two, young ladies. Misses Farmers and dealers interested infighting Apply Valley Oaaotte. tt re election as Clerk of the Circuit i
t'4 Vivian Erickson and Jewel Tatum and controlling "bean and J! Political Announcements Court of Oaceola County I wish to announce to the people of
FOR SALE)-Second-band Ford care the action of the- Democratic Primary
caught it and neither would relinquish send to the U. Osceola county that I am candidate
pea weevils" should 'at attractive prices. Osceola MotorCo June Ith. 1910. for re-election to the office of County '
the property. 9. department of agriculture, Washington ... 107 Broadway COMMISSIONER. extend my sincere thanks to the Tax Assessor. During the time I have n
H Mr. and Mr.."Erlebon,'left immediatly D. for Farmer Bulletin FOR COUNTY people of the County for atathis held this Important office I have endeavored .
for Orlando in a car and will Cn FOR SALE-Elf.) are highest In early t hereby announce myself a candidate and solicit your support' .time to render efficient service to
in where No. 888. dealing In a practical way winter. Oeta your eggs for ) for the office of County Commissioner and. If elected I pledge you a faithful all and If re-elected shall continueto
L go to their new home Miami with every phase of weevils in. ,beans '.hatchinnow.. Leghorn pullets begin from District No. I, and discharge of my duties. do .. I thank you sincerely for the
be is connected with the light and beas in laying at five month Sing respectfully solicit the.upport of the Respectfully,' favor accorded me In the past and ,\
plant.' "!, storage Comb LightBrown Leghorn can- voters of that d 1st ret in the June primary J. L. T. again solicit your.vote and support In f-
;f, which the not b. excelled For balance of .* the Primary on June std I'l
Tb esteem in % happycouple Cone.I .
Dog season egg from best laying L H. WETHERBBB. FOR COUNTT' COMMISSIONER WM. L BARBER. .
i are held was evinced by.th. hear your dog died'" trains at 1.60 for fifteen. S
lovely, gifts ,of cut glass, silver and, "It did." G.. F. KRIBBS. ll-St -- FOR SHERIFF. Friends of E. L. D. Overstreet authorize FOR MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD : 'f.
u* to announce his name a* a
linens which were presented to them "Was it dogs" Grand Piano, I hereby announce for the office of announce
FOR SALE-A Turner candidate for re-election a* I hereby myself a _n41.X ,,
their"friends.The1 .. would It cot 117, Sheriff of Oaoeola County If electedI commissioner from District count '
,by ; L 'Yep'it lap anytideg" Just a* good a* new. date for re-election as member of the
of Coon- will let It for 1200. Will s.ll will do my duty. I will appreciateyour Subject to the action of the democratic
but
bride is the daughter ., _"What did it die oft go School Board from District No. 1, andrespectfully ? .".
1 Gilbert.. She at one for cash. Enquire at 47 support. primary to be h.leS.u.. June solicit the support of ther''' "
.dlman and Mrs A. S. ,"Jt died'' of, a Tuesday. West Oak-St.: Mary" Fenello. It-It. Y01JNO TINDALL ;
Democratic voter of Osceola CountyIn ;
3 Is one of Kisaimmee's roost popular ,"I ,want' to know how). it died." FOR SOPERINTIS' :IDRNT OF PUBLIC the approaching. Primary / Yl. ,
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,
ladles whose disposi-j '' back WANTED. FOR lllUrr.: BABa .
'.' young sunny "It died on its 4: .. INSTRUCTION. y O. .. .
lion.and, never failing-courtesy ,are M did It'dle off" I hereby/announce myself. as a candidate .
ter She I. ;"What l'" FARMERS Send today for a free for the office of Sherig.of-Os- I' hereby announce myself for reelection Statvaerat .( t... 0__.... .Maswar ;,,1a.
recognized by manylriad. *It foughE'a"drenlar taw. sample copy of the Florida :Farmer cola county, and respectfully solicit to, the office of County Superintendent .. E._ Ree.lrl b-y Art "4
I' not only" charming and accomplished '.Wbat was the reault'j: and Stockman, published at Jack. the support of the democratic votersIn of Public Instruction r.**riwe .f A..... ...,' 1. ..
but is .a' capable-business/woman":as "Lasted only one, round.'"-Boys' aonvllle. Tells about livestock. raising the June primary ubject to the decision of the Democratic Of Klslmmc Valley ,Oasette., Tne*.
; for she is graduate telegraph dairying poultry citrus 'fruitand J. H. swim Primary. of June Ith. ItlO. ifelected Kibllshed weekly at KI..lmm... 'J.l'lor.. ., ::J"
well a
Life. _' trucking weekly at' Jl.OS peryear 1 promise, to devote In the April 1st. 1110.,
1, operator, and manager having occupied the .-three y.ar* for tl os. Only SHERIFF.I future, as 1 have In the pact, the STATE) OF FLORIDA. >.
that position at, Silver Springs The market reports during livestock and general farming paper ,. FOR whole of my time, to the .duties ef the COUNTY OF 08C1 0LA.. ) "'
-S for'some time and"then resigned to year of ,1919,show a, depredation In In,the state. Write today.: ,. ..* '' am a candidate for the and office will of ofdo. Before me, a Notary Public. In., and> I Sheriff of Osceola county J.a m DWELL for the State and County aforesaid '
become operator, in the Western. ,Un prices of 7 to'10 cents per pound between WANTED-Man with team or- ante, appreciate your- vote and support In personally appeared Bi O.Vain A...
ion office here. .- ', 'the scrub steer and the grade who can give bond to Mil 117/Watkins the democratic primary to be heldnexe FOR TAE COLLECTOR. new who'' baring been duly sworn
'Mrs., Erickson will be'L greatly miss- steer. "Blood will tell/ The average .borne and farm products.' Biggest : June. If elected I promise to 1 according to laws deposes and.*aysr'
marketed at concern of' kind ID. world. administer the duties 0<<. the offloe I am a ea.414.tor the office of he I. the secretary ,of. the KIs-
;wed' from church. and social, circles weight of ,cattle ...'ItOO to |51101"-yearly 'tll Om.. Territory Impartially, and to do ray level best Tax, Collector for Oaoeola County: In that .* 'Valley Qasett ;
u though many wishes for her continued Jacksonville for '1919was 660 In this county: open. Writetoday1J. to make the best sheriff: this county the Democratic Primary to b. held 1. That the' name* and addresses e'
happiness will go.with, her .to. her. pounds; New \Orleans. 760 pounds; < .' R.'Watklns Co., Dept.112. hat see had; June Ith, ItlO. and will. ,.appreciate of the publisher editor, managing e dc"
Kansas City Wlnona. MJnn. '17-St 'L, R. }r'ARMER.FOR gout vote and suppor Itor and business managers are: Jrv
new home Str Louis,, 1,060 pounds; ''
., EARL1D LUPFER.> Publisher Kissimme Valley Oat-.
,
I and Chicago 1,160 pounds. The cattle TO .oJCT-Moclorn villa, furnished COUNTY' COMMISSIONER.' I set te. ,Kleslmmee. FIL' .
'.For Sale or Rent-Fine large .ev. on the two southern markets picturesquefishing at' door fruit I FOR, COUNTT COMMISSIONER. Bdltor. W. B. Harris. Klsalmm**. yl.
en roomed house. standing, on .quarter .- 0 to 10 months older than thoseon flowers fine hunting close by. Kent W. O. McClelland of Eenanavlllsannounces Fla "
1 ? block. One of the prettiest MacesIn were the three northern markets,., |7(,., w, O.'Peckham. St. Ctond.Itltpd.GEO.T.SINGELTARY Commissioner his; from candidacy District for' Count: fbr'the I .ofdce of County, :my Commissionerfrom candidacy Business, ,Kls.lmmea'Fli.Manager' E. Q.:' Vans"Agnew -

'"t tewn. Apply Valley Gazette, tf Louisana Press Bulletin:; Mr. McClelland has been resident of the Fifth District subject to the S. _That the ownerar >
for twenty action of tb* .Democratic Primary to Vf. B. Harris Klsslmmee Fla. -
Oeoeola County 't..t ,
. years, engaged In farming and cattleraising b., Add OD June i.h.BAJ8D1N. P., A, Vans Agnew, Jacksonville.,
.. i.A'JII . k -- ja.Ar .. vlJ" !! Fla.
1\.. and If elected assures the '.. 'Thatthe', known bondholders.mortgageeaA *.
people of his district and county'tb. . .
' '
/ \ ... *' rt I'hereb announce my candidacy more of total amount of bonds, rnort
; CELCE 1 FOR 43OPNTT'JfJPOH. of Oe- gage*,'or other securities are: s
? DR. T. M. RIVERS L. I. for' tb* office of County Judge
i ;. '': I Demo. Ann Palmer Fell, Warrenton Vs.-
.
ceola County. subject to the
i'
,I/" / ? ,. I v.rr..utrn 'I' announce myself; *- candidate i. 'B. O. VANS. AGNEW.. :
S el""" ?' :' : ;: : : .c-Ai. r : hereby cratU Primary to be1 held June Ith.
1 'it. ..,.r .. < ,.. :/ ,!"\ .. "i', ; 'j .,. " t h' .rf-,. .iI:: i for County. Judge'of Oaoeola 1110.If.. elected \1I promise to do' my Sworn! ,to and subscribed before. ,m..'
: to the Democratic this *th mo.8BAJU .
r >
:', :1 County subject duty totb. bet,of,my ability, day
t 'L'r .: t.,, 4,14' :" ';,.' 1' .I I,744: ..1'.I.J.,: .. . t S\" '.-.' ,', ,'! ::F..,.... L" Primary will strive.to be If elected bald June to perform sib 1110.I the. 4 S5> BABS. ( Notary) Pistil egSti-.of Florid..

'. ';!. "" fI .! I.., ',,/ ," ,.;, .... 'II'I': : dutle. ef thO, office efficiently- cour-. i I I' ,AI'IJIIOU1'lCEMBNY'POa-.TATB,' My commission expires Jan.5. nil.Ths ."'
lmpartlall' A : "
: SENATOR.
""- I'' .:: .,: ."" ..'. "'I J t oa.Ir'4. oEORt D'W.'PO.' publicity aepartmcuit of thefv
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\ ., r -. TO THE DEMOCRATIC: VOTERS O* Leonard Wood, national campaign
.4' I' '. ,. ,:.,. .r' FOR, STATE SENATOR.' THE NINETEENTH SENATORIAL committee, Is.. wasUnapoiUra and i
*
'1. 0' ,.' "' \ I' t",1tat.' ;;;;;; a*' a Candidate I'I DI8TBICTi, have ,entered the race 'for State envelopes. ssndlnir{ nt New ,York Tri- .J.
1J' for Senate from 'the' 19thDistrict Senator from the l.th Senatorial Pla- ban editorials complimentary to

. .. : .: ..... .:, (' .. ;; . and Bemlnole_ Counties and. I,'earnest Orange trlahoomprlsing, Bemlnole the and Counties-of Oeoeols- and Orange General Leonard Wood.. W. havHST-'Y ''1:,<

: ly: solicit the support of all Democrats pledra myself to abide by your action some democrats who bays first calf
: ::1 .' In the Democratic Primary to be held Democratic Primary to b. held \ i'
In the
publicity.
our
Bank.;::of Osceola County! Juno Ith. I have- -..." Osoeola June It It. If elected will give m, upon. < '
tt ; County In the State Legislature the efforts to the 1D e.Dt. A New-Tforlc Tribune editorial .on '
best
f" ,ae- i I ,,' last three sessions and I. respectfullyrefer : . M. 0. 8v>tBgITRIDi Wood reminds us of the chief editorial -'
\
'
". cJL: to ray record there dl.rict ,writer on s' democratic, paper in lt,
I KISSIMMEEFLORIDA If elected I will the to '
. . '< .' n f the best ,ef my: ability.Klaslmmee.serve. ' 'FOR. RBFRBISBINTAT1W. EeaaisiuATURK. IN THIS. Texas. Who became about exhausted
I N. a BRYAN '- becatsM of'over-indslirence and had
1 ., i Su00faS.rg to 4 Florida. W. R. Oodwln Is a candidate for failed to write his lead editorial., But
n' ",.Yat,. a "y" ", 't a. 1 representative In the legislature from
.
F f 1 he went the task at late
to the action a
Vi3\'i-, FOR TAX A..O. Oeoeola county subject clipping
\ Citizens 'Bank.ot'Kissimmee' ot< the Democratic >primary> to b.* bald hour by' from the.New York
'
: : ;., "b : j. ,; ; ; .': :- "ray- candidacyfor its ..
; *. , ,, : ., 11 Z hereby announce In Junco Tribune principal; editorial pr.lug --
.
,j \ the office of Tax Assessor of O-
t"Irr' : Whitelaw Reid ambassador toGreat -
,
\ as
I ,, : ".. -:.,". x1'x. \ : '" the eeola. County_ subPrimaryect the.to action be bald of M, r.14i( COPMTT COMMISSIONER. Britain. .

: \ ," I I"1 . / June It... 110. and will: appreciate I hereby announce 'my candidacyfor I The Texas .write scrawled I these
.,' '- ': your, ..0t the ofis.ee of County Cossmlsstoner I few, Hnest "W de not with
.. JENNINGS n-v A7.-i.. agree I
'
: : r / B., for Dlrlct No. S. If elected I prom
,... Is* to discharge the duties of the office the New York Tribune when it,
,""- " : " take this method ef nBduneJag .to.the v.1'J' bt of my ability.' UJ'l." Then he parted the Tribune- *
'' r .; .. -S Jay candidacy for r* election to the::1 ?** ale Jsl* HANSELL. editorial i bejMsfh them,
.
; JJ.t/'r. 'r
i ,-1: 1'", office of Tax Collector of OsoeolaCouaty I
r 1 ( : ; :. .; : r'S, FOR TROSECPTINQ ATTORlfBT.Z ., i '
., r. ,. la the Primary to be held on A little : a -reea.,1
treahman.In'
' JI,4"". \ I.tt"f.>>: ': .'t, '.", ..' dune itb> Sine being la thla .ofno* I ' green .
rrlr .
: e, I < have 4..oter: whole Um.. t. the am e candidate for County: Prosecuting little WBT, L. .1
. t '
:1' ,, '
1.,1 ,'TtiaBank WidhtM Ability, .\/. ". , .' ''., \ij'i," .:'.,.. to-" of business 11_. not of engaging any: kind.' la If any renomlnatd other In tb* .Attorney Primary" '.'election for Osoeola,to. bo County,held Mixed some chemicals' 'tip for, fair? ';

DEPOSITS INSUREi.J. the careful and June .tlt. 1111. one'day.: .
. I promlae same
rate d'WillifSveeai. . .,o's.rw. : .- personal attention t. Its duttee a* IA full .leeteel I I.... FHtt to t.ltll. The green little grasses ...now tender-:
, :. ', .. 1oI'l't \.,.. .,. (he. ..... i solicit :year ..t. and In and diligently discharge 'the '4': ly. wave '
;; I" finance and assure you bevee7 duties W the offloe without! fear .r '
: 1/.111,1. OX' the green' little freshman's
.\ ,m.cb appreciated..O. ..tlBANDT. **
.. 7 r'r HILTOZf PLKDaiR.r I T{I, little; -Bi, u:.
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