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 16, 1920
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00955
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33274531
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
Succeeded by: Kissimmee gazette

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rIRISH for CLUB PLANS '; : HfiSPITAf: SOUGHT Wina'Handsanie'Golf'.

POTATOESQNKISSIMMEE' : : NEW' i ) '"' PlEOffiAUOPMRT! ,
j 'Plant Growth . >"' Tifophy'The"beautiful ,

I BROADER o' :; 'KISSIMMEESL',1ad.d , '
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FARM .- AND WOR 1i 1 I ) BY 'IN'OScEOIAk000m
'R; .' LlDda'1.' whoru: any electrical !- : ''silver'' ,cups ''offered ,,
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'/'r< business on'' Stewart;: a"enu.I. _. t:; I ---... . by Harry Hunter, of. the lOa......

Local. .Spsds Rival, ;:Hastinti-Deep' conducting a 'most'' interesting ex- Kissisuise. ),,dab Womea 'W..Jd"Au" ; :. Joia.. la' Effort 'To' Secure Golf Club wen' 'awarded last' Oatwr- Biff 0.-...:fer FesJtrr.aW i '*' IrI -.

.' .Plowi f Eu.ntW-Model,; FamFeataret of periment electricity In ,plant'_ growth. by' mesas. eo..., AteMtDessonstratieti. ; (HespitalFer', O. ::eela.-Statet day Frank to Rhea Gordon, of Washington.Bullock and" Mrs;. ' ?,Products;, ....... MM I T.: ....., +

Stock and!. Builds "Ten weeks ago Mr.. Llnd./Ieba Kitchen T. .. BeautiiedSoclals --' C..venUu.,n.lat T., The finale in the men .tournament cli&a-Pau/Rreds". Mass, .

Silo.. up.a geranium stem Te Raise Funds... 1 5 'Be' First Step. were pl.yed'oft Saturday and the la Bfe' Eft- t l P"
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thrown by the next dies I, tournament' concluded several Reatuy.irod'
I away Snyderi.: '
Any ope who de.ire.'to 'see what door and..stuck'it in a tub of earth.It Expressive of ';interests D'thV ,.4Kualnimee >''Is t. 'content with'JablbR''one' weeks ,'COo. -'- ' "The'proflti' and, .

can be'eNWD.O a piece ,x>f land that, then, occurred to him to'\ tty an work, of, our,. demonstration agent,, big' project-the, bulk. 'The- cups were both very handsome try raising in Florida appeals'' or.'
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I has been ; cando, electric'cur'rent to..force the growth. MlM Albino Smith.Tthe club Ie,plan, hesdlngTOf :Lake.", Tohopekaliga this designs aDd ...-gold lined. They are and,snoree each',year.. .,.,to residenOsceola" .ai u

.I[10''right. in islnvnee. He broke up some old positive plates touch, of reetfu nee.andcendortto 1I1I..r-but. is':reaching out. afterdopments trophies to be-highly ,prised, by the county and men "who 'nav* I
)X. D Casler owns a farm inside from his stone 'battery and ? _t. : the' home"domonstra with' an .avidity ..whichtstsagsa lucky'winners.' ' '' been experimenting on asmall: sale''are.'now' ';

:tie eorpontloq 'limits, at-the' corner tered them'In the solL He then ran tion kitchen 'sncoess. ,Her-.Utest ambltfonJis When was nit formal presentation Joining the ranks of their t ,
: 'of Bermuda avenue and Oak street a negative wire to the surface or the Within a'few days, at theeJub'* .to be named as the locality as both cup winnera were out on the -," Ia"l) v
;where he planted, '''thirty sacks oft tub and a positive to the bottom. rakes .a sink 'wiD' .be installed h big' Jhoepital !which.is to be links until late Saturda'r.fternOon-" .No- > on. doubt' the feet'tltatpoets

Irish potatoes .this. -spring.and seedling -* This gave a feed of aix'.reps' and two of white scrim will be placed by1,the.;Southern Baptist Con-.. and the:crowd at the club house pad grin: bo ea.llt rainedken; pob :,

abou} seven/ >acres of'',, land 'and and a quarter, amperers. Mr. Und.tated on the windows dresser,,two>r fori" ,. .... Inthis state. dispersed Twhen'they arrived., ?|b no!,place'.".under the.. '
,new has a one hundred per pent say '. *hat' this' treatment develops three rockers, ,rugs two screens,, and In 'Flor\da.'whT not here!".lathe The, Saturday, afternoon teas ai, auQ where .thoy'requlrsJosattention '

,stand, which: ,to 'about' :as COOd' as' hydro oxide of alumona which a .baby'. crib will be added to,the ..slogan-..taken,up and' Kissimmee the club ''fi'll be discontinued 'fromn.w..untU"b.d and DOW fne.'demaa: .for '

iH.stings or any'other section could stimulates the soil )aeterla.to great present limited;amount of furniture.The iso marshaling. her forces to''brine ,season,-bdt, the. officer "bMdleT and .he* products.. Me'.......'
-get. : activity: : : ; crib and its furnishings have already every."advantage-locality and nat. .of the flub: are.jwaklngaiveffort: Uahod'-a Jlependabl..ID&I'IEK".a

: sMr; Oailer has an acre of fine'to"inatoes The result n.t.been'' astonishing. : been donatedalso: the .window ural\.urroundinp>. beflore. the, coin* to i arrange to keep the clubhouse satisfactory'priceZ. \ \ ". LrV"-: '
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and U' also'' growing eueumi The'plant now his a spread of) over draperies, and, ,two picture. The. mittee having the location of thi Institution and the:golf course' taiable'to! the M.4p! 'Alexanderwho'ilay: ,

i 'bertJ cabbafce' beets,,onions, peppers,' three feet in width and is nearly thatIn chairs,,,druHr.-ruco and: screens are in- charge.". ." members who ,)'ema a 't jUiredung i. .the poultry business./, special attention
'eggplants, lettuce: ,' watermelons, ,ok-.11 height. Owing to its having,been yet to .be"purchased( ''(or :accepted, as -Iti i. certain that a splendid 'hospl- thesummerj U. s -Vvf\; to : 'for several years," has a' place'
''re.. ,nd t '"' .- kept,inside the foliage Is 'rather of'. gifts), ? ; cost taolwnltbo1$ buU''Mm.whe..dnJ' the I', The neighboring clt erpolisetheir adjoining the city limits car the north

When ,ssked his method of .farm- : light; "...n' color-,.but this is solely : -rbe"D.tal1ation':Of inl&wUl; ; stat! *. ';Tbe>famous. seventy-five !WillivnS country.clubs'.s .muchIn/summer'as which, Is ,well worth 'visiting.-: : ;: \

;;Ing; Mr.'",Cael.r said "Deep plowing: to.' I" having been deprivediof suAHal $30 One .nember.vf the club' has campaign ,.recently put 0Ter' by I during !the r .tourist '-season.asthebusinessmen He'haa about COO laying liens.-all\ 4
'and turning vndes.COwpo.! ,aDd.velvet ''I t and fresh-air. ; '> ? .' '- l- given.H*5 toward these. apen...,,,be- the {Southern Baptist'; Convention have:the leisure I to.en. pore"bred. .of *the Whit ; LegkeeV;,
beans Is J-an essential
.', Anyone eaR';. rai...,tJuoee"*,crops I stimuUtes plants! growth, but apply*, on ,tAese(xpenses; ..there"isplanned some 18' .tate.\amounit i d i to nearly la, probable''that' some arrangement 'Mr-Alexander has three hundred

,*nt.the third should be..tlU"DecI'b.ck this !:1. prob.blytM first time It has a series Clf evening' social nln ty"tnlllion,.,and portion, 'Of, the C&D'be"m.dettobep: the Kissimmee little, chicks running about their
into, the ioil., For instance t .1 '.h.ul ever been tried in this -eectlonof to be held in homes, at. whichJtree.: mUll n'ghich, came from Florida will club open"this"- summer. but it will yards and two Incubators tea open, '

1 follow all my'tom.\o .land and that : Florida" .not iq tbe, state. will offerings 'expected..'. 0"I bereturned; the form'of a< state depend-centlrely, upon the 'support tion. H.'sells the. cockerels ,at fry.: y

'growing) vegetables ,,wHhonis-'then \ '" '' .' '. Next Tuesday night, th. Lre /sot hospital.It'is said'that' ....rty.3oo,.: from the! home people. ' i tnrt'slie.and: .u.ua117.k.-t pule. .
'", Itb'' some feed crop which "will be '*. del for this purpose ..will be-given- '000 will,be'available for'the Institu- l.teu Jo4 ' -' ':" ,

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rbelitvevrthaY' .;"r Beaumont :revenue.There will be a !' 'Th., selection''of the"site will' come BRYAN NOW HEAD 'OF ) records: 'arc:.wry satisfactory!
neces-sary .ho ,-. 'Urht; Tefreshmentsand.a .. ., ,
: .JIrogralft Mforei l the., annual1' state meeting'which :f .Elfp..ha..oldwOlf'toea.' .. rk ;
.as elsewhere and I.make U a rule to '1 NOTWITHSTANDING' jolly'good time.. On' Tuesday will take place about'Decem --eigbty-re'cent perk" ,i;

use a large per cent of.tablr, ---ferti evening;'April,20"; ,Mrs.-Js E.-.. Lupf.rwill her, ,.nd local .members.of the-Bap ANTI-SALOON.tEKGUE' r forea.'h1dh'.s Vverajre price .fortfc*. ..

liser,, on, my-hind.r; pf, ctourse this ,' '. entertain. 'A : .ehurch who are rdent snpport- year,is about sixty cents.;' *- "
.will'.notentlnly.t.ke; the...place 'of HEAVYDOWNPOUR Q Everyoneknows'. eometMnRof i ithe! *:"bf |he'movement to secure the A. E.'Thomas;' one of iUsslmseVIt'reeldentswhohasa'b..utiful.host.: '

I. commercial but: It. musk supplement V fine work Miss4 Smith Is doing JnOsceolacounty. p tai for.1-Osceola county- are plan H'MULliN" HAS QUIT t:,,I .:

It. -Any nortbet'D f.rrne.wbo.t. -? .', Many people know ning1} to'capture ',that meeting, -bringit on Main street Is specialising 11*' -. .
tempts to operate any-farm without $ A meeting'f the' KUttmraee Board the helpfulness of the borne demon to, Kissimmee. when It ''Is thought chicken bbsinesi'thfi'yeir.' and has: rc

without I its .acornpanlment! .of live of.*Trade !was bald Friday eveningat titration kitchen' 7et' then an',peo the beauties-of. this" place the Hon Nl: 'C. 'Bryan,'who'Is' si"candi ti already hatched.some.* eight .hundred: ,
. I stock will, be. considered .a ,..failure, ):'the "' council chamber notwith pie-who ,d.. not know;'that thli'kftch-. 'surroundings-in which nature hat:.0 'datdf0r re-election ss.:.state senator chicks.. ;* .P, "t'': - '1i

5 i ''from 'the ,.first and hat rule holds. .tandlnq1''the heavy' ;down-pour of en doe. not'hav.'Water' MUs facWtiarthat'there 'greatly blessed.-her .will captivate! the from the ;Nineteenth' senatorial. district ' Mr. 'Tbomas'keep'' ; onljrpur.brad,

! good b.r1.' ': ", ,". raln,>whlch ,came .i. at ,that time and lane stale. < Smith commftteeyr" ," ,has ;been signally honored by White, .: oa'>> ' bI yards> aej*.
* ,: ;":I:have":tad Tconilderabie practical while,.the .attendance was .small inconsequence.of has two. :oil stoves'table.;- her;desk. fiWitk tbia..ID'tnct Key." O.:B. Falls being, named .., president-of/ the these white ,,beauties;*''.,. eertately

/ experience In farming before moving the inclement weather dishes, several straight -chairs-- etc., wbo'was district'orgaulzer.for' the :Anti-Saloon'League..,,. .. *j..- an attractive sight.Yi 'J- y- "
hero and find that principal' Is,practlcally . >. matters., of vital>importance to but there,are i s..ral.thinp r which drive? .and".. M/WUlson, Jr.."who-is Mr.- Bryan was.leader-of-the. prohibition '.He uses'a' large.capacity lacobaiorheated ;<
universal. >; : : "... the city's welfare 'were j discussed. would add greatlyto the) appearanceas ilro inent'Jn"the,.-Baptist. organization forces in the last-selection 'with1:hot water.*wlet fcsti* w

I' '"Another, Important ..feature of theFlorida ;Everything,,'just now is held, back ,well ,a. to the comfort \ofj; the I .} Visited St.t[ Cloud and ''solicited and his' elevation 'to 'this ''position isduetto is on an average of a hundred ejUektii-' \& t

farm should be' a silo and I until the' secretary, I. decided< upon, room.' has-many "wbo the support of,that city. They'spoke his wprk in-the.,last'legisla;i per ...k.'. ; - -." r \ - ,
, Intend to erect'one to. thefeed for It is Miss Smith vial : \ trapiipincnbator'runntng'well
preserve determined that a man fully before the state encampment of the ture ji"t'e"' ,Mr."Thomas .xpeet.\to'i:
for, !stock.? "" ; fitted 'for this. call to ask about bee culture poultry I '' .v Into die
' my - 're'poD.lblo..pl. : shall G:: ;A. 'R. and of the civic": Improvement The following, lpplne on'thil sub eisnf
141'; Caster Is pnctleaUy'lnd.pendCent be' employed "A number of ,--.ppl1. raising'fruit growing toesquire club and the Ten Thousand ''taken from The rnerjand, will. have'' a'two'moe"
of rain fall for he has put down cants were considered-t. th.Friday about pectin how to put up strawberries Iclab-i'y : was Tampa. wA t. 'It-
.' four inch well that throws out 200gallons' meeting all, of whom so tto' strawberries, will not 'es'ent'the'gentlemen rnln Tribune" **** "fie'tias: 1. rlmeDth1.'t 'the '
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' a: ,; were out/ i-: In each were "N., c: Bryan, prominent resident been ] )
minot<'*nd ,, supplies but swim on.top, etc.,.:etc.- Manycall te ... time
: uf -per" town men* no definite action was assured of active co-operation in of Kissimmee 'who has repreMntedO.ceol" chickenbusiness for some s" .
>- ..sufficient water for irrigation .purposes taken:; . '. .. - ., ';' secure bulletins, pamphlets giving 'curing the-hospital!' for this county countyIn the !house has become"'tIlDetmYincod. %,of .b'l ,
''of
v when that'Ii necessary. '? M.llre.J.ewl. O'Bryan,, A. Aker-'- 'information'on'all sorts v of cooking .? .X..ar'/'P./J..andc !''Willson' hen resentatives at: Tallahassee for ,rtp sev polllbU1tJ.l ..'_ . "+ ._.. .: 'k.; ,
; air.' Catler.says.lt is no .uncommon man.and.''A..T...Snodgra,>the'"com- and culture these helps beingsent presented.the: r /i- ; 'KIsfr2S \ '

. , sJcbt ito see cars parked alone his mite ot'.charter.'end.l:, m.p >pa jSig-:: ,out from Tallaba.eee....'waehjngtoriTrmy"S r ..... ; ..' :e{J.T*'beforedthe .vJ eral-years.' '\eta.,hair.."rbeennamedipresidentef AMlUJatoe :.oIJ \RHI$ : =- .,:"
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y. 1eneo' : tu''.Mis1 r"repon. -in readtne "-, ..dayMiss.. Smith coup> -wiVH the B ame success. Z: > succeed Don-O;; M cJl l.n-.faTam :. :';"
s, tspotato_ 1IeW. ;" but owing to the, smalf attendanceitwas kitchen. one .T ,"'.nnual. state me.tlnc'h..been ::
who has :
been
office consultation. president,for the, last '
,, not asked for by-the president, gives- to - entertained in Kissimmee' on twopre.iou. ; B.: 'Harris and' G. :'R.' parson) '
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ten 'years. :
: So it entered the-, minds'' of the : w.
. OSCEOLA TREE AND and I will probably be' read at.the .-occasions and in the natural -Mr. 'McMullenf resigned axyearago represented m ''''',." .
here Is
that place
members a
next meeting., club .to manufacturers of
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i CLUBS FLOURISHING order of the routine should meet heN '.
GRAPE
but his. Inc of'the ice Jl'l6r..1
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The board Is still the add a bit of comfort and -cheer. ,- resignation was not accepted '
'occupying again soon.' With possibly two. bun until this. Ida assembling.at: Daytona'' Monday : ,
. ia extended to month. In :
't i efficient A' cordial invitation deciding
Mass Alibna Smith,' the old quarters in the city hall but expects friends to attend ..theee'soclals.givgiving ; dred delegates- guests in Klsslm to getout of active affairs in connection in a day, .....100. 8.T:: Eatrfkenw;:;;
agent for Osceola' .finds the to move Into permanent-h..d. homes there but little
county mee seems with the of the St. Cloud Ice plant"
and clubs of the qu.rtere" in the C. 't): Cole your good cheer for our atimulatlon' doubt*what the be lague.Mr.' McMnl- manager ; ;
I fruit trees' grape building 'will offering. to : vote would when len states that he feels "his. services accompanied .th.m on'the trfif.-
and free
t' county making an auspicious pn'Dln.r. ss soon ss the'secretary .is named. your the location of the'bo.pita1.eam.' be- t
: 1 addto: 'the encouragement .of t'h.mo.t are1 no -longer necessary, aa, prohibi... At the Daytona:meeting. the PoriIda ,
, fore the assembly.Carson tion has been Ice and Utilities 1 bend;
helpful most self-effacing-, enacted. compasJea
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Th'e the February '
v flrit reports from : State Missionary most 'faithful ':county demonstrator Farmer has been' Instruct "The organization, however, be;; ed themselves together, for' mejtnat
satisfactory .
* planting. Is highly ed to communicate- with Dr. -8 B.Rogers .
and in ing maintained intact and Is" asipportingwpublic benemV Previous to the WiHna isf _,
r : for in every Instance every tree .CCELESTE State secretary of >the Baptist Aon .
. Conference Meets 'J.. FRIPJr ,, Pres.: officers ,in enforcement associationincluded raanyrlee *
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vine 'has Convention askinginformation
grown '
> e''' PL' ' faeturers but .tho nreseet'' orMonaavtion
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There fifteen, boys and ginsenrolled ttf the 1"Oqlliremente of the hoapi.tal .'
are TRAVELING BAND DRAWS as will include; ,water''. "and.light
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rln this department planting location ha., received ,
and
as yet
The
' Klximnieewill plants and other public utilities.
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s 'and grapevines.. be' hostess next CROWD. School Art Exhibit :
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trees definite
peach no reply; : ofScfsl'name ''adopte "The Flor* '
another feature month,to'the annual missionary, : .
1 clubs 'to
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;; ..The poultry The general plan Ie recommenda 'i
the-arentV. work continues to ference of', the", M. E. Church South, Considerable i Interest waa 'man- Ida' Ice and ,Utilities Atl",', .
, of ;, site. between this city and St.
, grow in interest; and many' poultry when more than-one hundred delegates felted Tuesday :'in -traveling'' band Cloud on "or nears!the hard surfaced ,Brings:LargeSum !ed Messrs.-home Harris.a'D.J eteoar; .

raisers are improving their flocks by are expected to visit the 'city which gave ,,a,'strtej concert, in the road. There are ...,ral'tracts thus ._, '" ,Monday .I. ,
and participate. to' tb. ffour. day ... late afternoon. .f' :. : -
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setting pure bred eggs. sion. Included' located that woulcl'' bo''' available annual Are"Exhibit .; CARE* QiVRf si .f iIAVBLY.lRt9ili6rAR'iT",
;' Mrs. RobertBird, of the Boggy :The musicians thewhole there li''UP.obstacle m that direction. held School MI. .
The conference will meet OD'tho father and mother :and seven at. the Osceola,, High ,;
;,< Creek -section haspureha.ed, >> a handsome family- JameS, M. +Willson, was quite enthused ,. : , .
c I ;;New '+own"< incubator, to fa. 11th to the'1/th inclusive.and: Interesting brothers I and Sitters.', ,-over' th.'proJat1"'Dd; ,'stated closing' Friday' was pronounced a "
business. and instructive programs arts The parents, E. M.:. -Kartin and success and" an. encouragement to 'E s 5 t
chicken raising'
f'I dlitate the that, he felt little doubt that it could .liw Ca' i"
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. The clubs .ere,recently visited by being .arranged, "by the proper. com wife, are natives of Kentucky,.though be obtained 'f* Oscepla- county' in Prof. A.: H. Fillersand..his. corps 'of, ; .
.Miss Minnie .Floyd of.Tallahassee, mittees. *. they* are, of. Italian descent They event"the here would t eh'rao-wbo' had it in charge. SOB at' Mrs.:: BwtteHTs tea'ro.s'e
people crystal- .
1 k the state poultry sbedaUst,' who tat- It is customary for the-, state conTerence play,\ the lead horns. Napier the Ice their plans-and ;.co-ordinate their ;The'advana sale "of. tickets';was Thursday of. laa..W"tai 'Gq ''d''

: pressed'*er gratification .at .the progress to assemble iip larger cities eldest son;; a boy of twelve, the tube; forces..: Ha suggested that every organitedr phenomenal and the ;total receipts Miss Ine ".

'".. :'. ", ."of' this department,, of the. than*Kissimmee but'the. local church and j Estil manipulated Mnor' surprising body In the' 'county, amounting to' '106, which wee gratl7 lnrrt-, ..wbo"I.' ,Ttafenchere,""f'1
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; 'every '" '
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' ' sent .t one delegation, the antnual well, though he is only eleven. >ng. 1 .' J.- -- .. .' .
L .',agent'sworkv". . .., _, meeting last, year .with .the'.re Ten.yearold-Jeff.,was solo alto,with body church, ';.th.fraternity professional lodge,,>,men commercial, civic In addition,tO ., nethe 'pictureswhich I Roses.r. Cr"e-fl: ._= s" t

r ., SATURDAY-VISITORS' AT ,QOUN- sult-that every; other-invitation was Anna Maria, nine-years old;playing dubs' the countyschool t" board 'and were .well- ''arranredthe; an .ttr.. .fo.t. ,' ,'
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side tracked and the trans: given adCled'pleaauN w'u
hospitality of first alto, -and six-year-old..Eddie, the. commissioners member were an .
appoint one I. .,,.
' TRY CLUB.The"'Klslm"mee' .. this city '' In the- musical 'which' 4 ,, AS
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-was accented. second alto. . ., programs .were W. N
to-serve committee
"A'' As Kissimmee is centrally:)located What:'captivated the ,'eI'Owd"waa earnpalp on- for a that hospital.If to'wage, thir! a rendered. by R.' DeWitt Brown .-. "" .. Country Club w eegaystuedaywith' !! In reference.to the geography of.the the ':4-tirector.. Geneva*, tot of .four t- .. or.forty representative his orchestra(-byWalter"Lee': and his ours, -Miw '''Anne >Ci* '. '
T : (( itsusualactivi state and is accessible railroads people sister, Miss utd. and the and' Mrs.: L ,
easily by summers, who yielded a- baton The of the. county,.should the ',YI"on Misses Mar- nests prise g ;
ty .ties,:for'-mumeroua parties" enjoyed. and is the center of a.net work only i member>of"the'Martino' familynot of'what it would mean get to Kissimmeeto garet Bronson.- Katherine Tiller y,an4oth.rs and Miss Laos Carson '
i afternoon tea. : ? - of hard roads for motorcades,is taking an.active part In the. concert -' : '..*. 'V pretty honor guest e. !,.

V. ,Mrs. S*; W.-, .Porter, entertainedabout expected; that an unusually' large'at. was the baby:: of two,,who held irt its)i hard vicinity, such they an institution.would' likely located have \The prlxes, were aW.rded.to :the 'At the. conclusion f of.the' games.v "'

twenty guests in honor of Miss tendance wllifeature; the.meeting. . to her mother's dress and eyedthe, sufficient to' realize :their grades.taught by Miss Cecilia' Over- Mrs.' Buttortf.served*;delicious:sali; ,

-V Ines Carson/whose'wedding to Rob- The:ladies,of the'local missionary crowd diffidently.., ">' dream.- powyt. ;, ,' street Miss. Cleo', Wooldridge and ,e.') .
' 4.,. 'en' Angus, was solemnised this week.i .' society are laying their plans to give Martlno stated that, they had given The matter.of tt8D1ptlnt'to Mrs.' Ed wards. .The'pllpll. were*-sin L. r. ,
v Mrs. W. .B. Crawford had :u' hergaestaIMrs. their "visitors "a welcome .second to -concert 'once day for, more cap en the privilege' of selecting their. '
a. taro
Lewis O'Bryan and her 'in ',tfie the annual state convention will mu'S'FOR, KII ,
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none atory'of conferences. than a pictures .and chose the following:
year be taken in theKissimmee church
mother, Mrs.- Verner; Mrs.; Howard Mrs. C., E.. Hilton,,, president of the up "The .Law.": "The Lake-:;and '-Anne I .
:1> .Katz Mrs W."J.' Sean, Mrs.: Marvin Kissimmee society, "has pamd.thefofownng' STRAWBERRIES: .DJNG; $1500 : this ,week and definiteaction', ta.lten. Hathawayl.Cottage.: ? Mini'. ., '. -1 ;. '..
Dupont' Mr* Fred GilbertMrs..WI[ committee : Nyda opeaed .al
' : -on reception 1t'L IN'H. .
:
GODWIN EMPLOYED : ''
J. Steed Mrs:1W.: : W. Carson. Misses and entertainment rMrs,' '.. LvBron- '. 'PER" _ACRE." .\. MRS. BEST' RECEIVES ONE: "Franc"ahampootpr.andInude., ,.;

I Peacock,' XiWnccEt\1.1 Hall. Marie son, Mrs.vA; ?.W4 Bailey,. Mrs. C1 -W. ,,JLs H. "'HI JIrock.. ,whe"U' __, en"< Mabbette "- STATE. BANK Of .KISSiMHCE' DOLLAR me shop -em''DarllBcton avwwe .. ,
Kathleen bearden'Mimi. ; 'HUNDRED ; CHECK
Bov L and
< Griffin.'Mrs.; W.'c..Ba..Jln.'L. H. .
H..L.;, 'Godwof .I b.
If 'Sk has shop' Fides
: Ylm "a Tiller,' Mary .and 'Fried street making great success Cloud.' *", "" "" k -* *r \ .
IngramMrs"J.'J. McCrsnhis'MraC
I } of' raUingstrawberries in >a accepted A. position-in the State Bank -, ....:0 Vfl;: a'fOl'.th.f..rE..t : and ,
Xaidlaw, andllfrab.th''AnltmaaMt. i : Best eounfy" hatJ.ai _
-H., Summers,'.iTrs. A. T. Snod- : ; ot.UWV '
; droPa"
to .
; backyard 1! ':garden- and /expects of.Kialimme.'i..tormc1on' ] his dlltie.fUtofda1' c
..'Mattie' Stanford entertained '
grass Mrs W. I* -Whin.. Mrs. M. O.WellsMrs. ; Belief/dHve. ,re. : .
realise from' I 11'\ Godwin
$160 one is of
approximately
.1< a son
in honor MI.. Kathleen having ; cold .
ot' Carr. J. L.OverstreeV> Mrs J. tenth of 'axre1; bef N' the ,I ndOlO" Ro' F.'.Godwin,"*of't St. Cloud,"and ,IfM eeived an acceptabl.ebeek'this week w.toriele"r.'I: 't,
\ "an. .
: Messrs.Lawrence rt
( MlM"TVlolet Bollock Z. Roberson; and G., W. Persons.,: J. ; has anything of for the sum of< $)}00., whlcl.-represents "' I "
, V:Carr", thatb- ? .. personalityofhis the'. proceeds from the carnivalat n Th..KI. 't ea ,: ,
Mr. stated '
: plot father he will make 4n
':. t Gordon Bullock'asner guests. chairman this- has '' con, success the b7.dllb Iat.. cep--d.M
as week/and af taius',12,000'plan4which were setout the banking business. u W.dnaday. th avt. ., ; &
;. R.' W; plelklejoa. had. ;a ''tablener'gueeb'of pointed the committee *s a whole to \ \ X'r ;:
: > ,in September and October.The. The ,. wbo'auizted', '. Mr. Mn.'J. :Teffordswlo', i. a+;
'I! 1 serve in soliciting homes for,:the delegates rail 'favorable KANSAS ladles,. ,. : >. t
,' Mrs. M.: O. Wells h'ad.. season was not, forberry ;CUT.MAN'RUTSVALUABL tabllshed fey ;. .t r
; and :visitors, during ,their stay .cultureandi.it'.was; .February Heiklejon ,in .riving this en t lovable 'artL :t.: j
I' X.I. G."Johnsonand "' PROPERTY benefit toilet be : .
: daughter. y
ben: were. Miss Isabel Hamilton, w
Miss Delilah .Xr. Frank' Rhea and ""committee' .on entertainmentwill before he. began picking his ..fruit. Mrs...Sx H. her and',wtl.display her,goods \
* : The Ordinarily strawberries yield their )(%- : ? ''Bullock;: Mrs. Coombe.l . ralt; ..'
' and Mrs \
\ J C. Slocnm'of '
'Dorothy s... / Kansas Mrs. Claud. .
t. ,IWe1 t. 'II be Mrs, IngramMrs. Bailey, first fruit, in December ,and.early Harper, Mrs.H. C. Stan- "J '
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Mrs: Roberson and ..Mrs.! WInn. City Mo-'iwho. are among the fordV ,Mrs .W / ,and. A. E. BEARD ACCEPTS ,
; Fripp Miss .
\ January. : { ,- .
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i" FOR' OUT ,OF; TOWN GUESTS visitors DeN,- have purchased vsluafe l Anne .. .. -
The committee on reception: Mrs. ) Carson. '
ida. ,
; Mr. 'Brock' berryvplants 1,
.says > - property near the city.,Mr. I :POSITION ; "f
f :McCranie ctn."'C;, 'W. :Griffin and covered with bloom',and -.IPATj .
; ilocum
jf Miss 'Isabel'Hamilton and liar aunt' Mrs. Snodgrass.Committee strawberries is one( of Armour's consultInfp i(
> which will coma to'ma engineers and will be; cordially RECEPTION. AT COUNTRT CLUB 'Av'BS.'' Bearden,' ;heed',
; Mrs. Miles, entertained quite fnfor- 'cards ,Mrs. t Over : .Feiet.nt'ashie
;i on j h.t 1
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,k mally Saturday'evening at the-Coon- street;and MraBass.Committee Z. turity"later,.prolonpnC, the"'''sesson. welcomed1;to the business and:social '' r of. Bank oft I IKissimmee'sina&the'death
: '
; try club for f heir guest.' ,Lawrence : for- the "GettAcquaint"ed : for six weeks )'et.- circles;.Klsslmmeev i' ., 'Among'<< the pleasant ,events- of the > 'of'
&v V ,whowas here Coronado ". At the rate of yield on MBrock'splot -:- week was- the reception given by Mr. Jeffords' resicned hl "
;Carr fyom' Hour: Mrs. Griffin. Mrs. McCra- : It.al"
? /"'strawberries would-yield a crop F.QR--IUSS, WEZ and Mrs. C. A. Carson. Country ,$
V .:B >->, nie, ,M'nSnodgra' 'K.... Overstreet worth 1600 ,. .CARSON.' the lf.' Wednesday ,for' ; "
: Tbe''ering' was .pent.ID', gameand ana Mrs.'Bass.) $ per acre. Club : when f'they entertained b employedtr bea -

. '. -d.n.1.1D1' numbers.'.., , ,... Committee< on .cadges; :Mrs' >',Wells-r Mr*r H. 8..' Stanford;entertaineda the' relatives ''and near1' friend. of ' ,. of:the': Sonthern UtOItte-\ .
few "
FOOD. SAIL: > friends .,. '
uite'nfomalyFriday their Miss '
v'i '-The ''guests ''included Mrs. S.. .u. and Mr's.t Bronson.; - 'I: .COOLED_ daughter. Inez.- and Rob- . -- i" T'J
' ,; '' {Bullock;KIa.. Violet and Gordon.Bill.. -- ;The Wom n'. '""Missionary Society serving a. dainty Ua >t-the close of ert Angas.. ''whose 'wedding. ....'sol ,.,1141'pT'. B.e' stgoatloriWiptainly. w
the afternoonwhen' '
.1':. 'lock, Mcs .u.-Co'Stu1'onl' and dangh- 'Ice188:: - l ter, ,Miss ,Mattie' and their guest, kamuei general. conversation. provided A -Victrola' program and 'vocal the bank., his eajwteoos
"' F.? B. Morse gave ed food sale at.Boberson's drug store diversion. o .. .
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Walter Lee it to
by accompanied
Miss Katherine CaI"L.- Coronado his. first demonstration of the code of very d
', Saturday afternoon.-when Mrs., C. E. The event'+ae.. ,complimentary,to by'hU,sister. Miss.z. Ja., the) guests. ma lief' carrle,,wtii'hiia a. u
: ,J BoMII.Nud. Mary:and'FriedaTorontoTCand dots t and dashes__ in .I.
telegraphy Hilton and .
'It . ; ? 1Ip..AT.ri1be' : Miss lites' .
"" ;. Gar .hole lee : ab.e' and ,host .te
punch
crealll were
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)Mether' 'Teach' the ChilikeaTheir I OF CANEPR06WTHHThis N FULt'OP: GURGLING ( ... .at*. ; '

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Daily,Health Duty Section: Admirably Adapted! Fee
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i . Sugar, Staft-Drained Saw' Crag SOUR HOT WATER, ... "' '

Marsha Make',Best Kia4 af Can ,,L :
You can't be too'insistent! '
==-Cet I* About $2.r..T .. BOWELS WERE SLUGGISH. ,OFTEN .

EW tI: f dreg find pleasure In be given to infanta. Thousands;, HAD ,HEADACHES,. NO AP.
I 'r thethlnu most vital to their of families ..."'been regulated U> The report from the State chemist PETITE DRECO CAME ,TO
fust issued on cane production! in ;
r ; pbyiafoonnfort and health, healthy maturity with Dr. CaId-< .
so it,....with toe watchful mother wall's Syrup Pepsin.' )Florida/ will be of especial interest RESCUE. t,..
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here in view of the intention of '
tow*that they...dons The A bottle can be bought at any farmers of this section to.turn their The 'ph7.leartte ,of chronic ''" ( .. r'.r
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child wffl be after '
grateful yean.i la Urge family ( :
-i drug store. a attention- to cane growing. stomach disorder sufferers it too well < ; {( ,
Chief i among' tae function there is always someone who Sugar1'' cane Is grown all through known to need any enlargement on.
A ii i'', V BB ary to the upbuilding of the would fed better for a done of a the state of 'Florida; many of MiRose's The disease travels very :
a I: fettle body,so that it will woood medicine like Dr.CaldweU's statements are necessarily leaving the liver, kidneys and inter .

dyspeptic,constipated body Pepsin.. . f general, at be is compelled to .wrlte tines affected and robs the patientof
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1 it anatwea, ia.elimination regolarlyeverynorninc. < of'the.state as a whole, and of sufficient nerve;power to combat '
u.....motbspin of At fact that. Dr. Cdd.F some

? ,. ft win be insistent and,' allow ,,-n',. Syrup Pctafo, bfta., I forfeit;I!, the more' following to one part excerpts:of the state may than relate to the Statistics ailment show that. this ailment 3: ." ,
with It it will lased'"
interfere iigaid
nothing to .fig
t another, but they will be formatlv. Ia'far 'more prevalent than the.-.ave. ;
1 soon become a habit, a daily rooaM wotU, ihcvsfcrinf to all who read with understanding: age individual would suppose It is
tine that will not be forgotten.throughout < over 6 million self-destruction this ."
"A white frost does not injure sugar simply : to
life. ,. b bbnlasoU.aehyeare. cane., On the contrary it causes trouble sap your' health and'comfort Lawn and :
There.times, however,when who need IaKavs Bring, Your '
many it to ripen its Jnioe* and makes more away.' It ;wean it's .victim down .
.; 4 IIA"will not operate unaided. r-qiu.. not yet sugar;-A killing,' frost destroys the until it becomes' weaker as the- disease .
; Tom give Dr. CaldweD's Syrup std APqI--\' ._ 'bud'and injures the cane for seed gathers force. n..rI..c't itselfon ,:
i r, U .' Pepsin, which is a combination ofsisaple ac t"" tend yon mars only. If properly windrowed immediately the .victim's very life blood.It Garden Up Right :
P.,' laxative. herbs with pepsin, _...ur..'" after treezinJr'and before fermenting Is .more than' probable that there ,
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', a .ad the headaches,the baiousoesa. trial fcacd M Dr.. : ......... & cane will make Jrood sugar is at least one member in everyfamily :
t the torpor will quickly disappear.' & C" H' sit for some 60 days after windrowing. who'' I. affected in this ,way and are ,beat grade of Gnu Seed-alao Fer
It acts ready and without griping. ,sea Ana' .ten "In the northern''COUDtI.If -seed these are the people to whom I want HEBE Rollers Lawn Mower Garden n... I
andaSit contains no narcotics and .Ho'tietDa, m Ia' desired for 'sprint: planting'the to know about the new root and herb ,
,.Is jileasant ,to.the taste,.it may cane should be bAnkeQ' or matlaid inNovember. remedy, Dreco, which ',is without >a 'WHEEL CULTIVATORS FOR THE GARDEN ;
.- In south Florida wirirawing ..I peer fer-diseases arising stomach < ; .,. :
{: { will answer the purpose..,I i disorders 'declared rorepresentative Dreco Spade. flakes 'SeecI"Dri11s .4"X:. ,
The best portion of,the cane for seed recently.' Foaks' Boca Band Fork :
t 'THE POWER OF THE PRESS I. the immature"top with the leadingeye "My constantly been help
"" DOCTOR'S PATIENT or bud. Fall planting is preferable ed by taking Disco," declared'' Mr. Tint and afl other necessary equipment and supplies! t .
Mr. Editor: : It pays to ad rtIM'l in Florida, adding three lorace L. Clayton of ,Chattanooga, in
2, Several weeks ago yon . months to the growing season. TeniL. who is in 'Florida for .his ..being specLslly displayed this week. Come today.. .
Hem calling attention to' the fact that "In cutting cane it should be cut wife's health. Her stomach seemedto ,
larka.blackbirds and GAINS ILPODNDSPreauaeat low,;, at or below the surface of the be full of hot, gurgling water,
rr l tiverous birds uDder tbe protection: .oil. Stubble',projecting-: above the which would belch up sour and burn
the law,were being killed." An ezchaage :. ,ft'T.' soil is 'apt..toho injured by' frost, like fire. Her bowels were constipated Osceola Hardware C '
came back with the comment and affords-a harbor for'bores, and aha often had splitting head .o.7Nc1Yt5rda
that the Boy Scouts should be called Use Taalac. la Practice WkkSarprfatag ,, antes fermentation and jndoce, dim I aches. Dreco.pnitt >a' atop tQ, allher .
in the birds. Kataks. e..... Allowrthe trash, or-cat. fod !troubles, and..she is. as well today'as I'
Now replanted my sweet corn dol"'to remain on the rows until ever'in her life." .
three times after t larks and blackbirds One of the strongest, and most pring'' opens.- Well-cared' for cane All good druggists now sell Disco rron.1 "
4 had pulled ;it uP and finally convincing evidences'of the 'remarkable will ", < announced that I was through .Tb results being accomplished by parts of the state; longer In thesonthorn simmee by the Central Drug Store. j 'p 'I)
morning after your paper republikh Tanlac throughout the country is the portion of the state. .Much ,
,eel the item with the comment, I large number of letters that are now depends upon the quality of the coil FEED FOR YOUNG PIGS. -
i' found in aeksknr a'' convention of being received daily from scores of. and the method of culture' and .-
d larks and blackbirds at which the well-known men and women who amounts of care. > The most critical 'period in!a pig's -
c following', resolution were read and bav. 'been benefited by Its use. "For south Florida the Bourbon life is that of the first few weeks following STATE, BOARD OF HEALTH crease in typhoid started in April, $
r unanimouslyadopted: Among the large number that Red Ribbon and D-74 are probably' _nlnl'. At this stage of ADVISES ,GET\'VACCINATED when 98 cases were re.>>rted. August
A 1st. That b. birds an the bet have been received t recently none are the best; and produce first-class stt b- their growth it is necessary to give With the approach IOf the also was a high month with 60 cases.
j1y sea
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friends. man. more interesting' than the following ble cane and make a good stand year them additional care and suitable son and its attendant increase of typhoid In May there were. 49 cases and in
.
than for letter fl"OllDr., J. T. Edwards >of feed. -
2nd. That the11I0' pay after year."Any the state board -of health is June and July 48 each.
+ any damage they do to-crops by de- Fayetteville. Ga. Dr. Edwards, it soil in Florida that will pro- The following combinations of feeds urging "Get Vaccinated." The I The board of health.has waged a
''j' stroyinr obnoxious insects. win. be remembered, recently! gave duce a fair crop of corn will make are suggested by John M. Scott 01< ed efficacy' this prov- constant war against open priviesfor
against
Srd.. That the beat way.'to exter... Tanlac bit' unqualified endorsementin good sugar cane; the richer the bet- the University of Florida experiment typhoid has led to measure an increasing the; last year and has succeededin
__ 'JI Da" iajnriont bisects U to destroy; a public statement and the testimonial ter." Clay and marl subsoils are pre- station for feeding pigs. at and after number .of vaccinations against the considerably decreasing' the number K
7 the fruits plants and crops OD published below was recently ferable. If well-drained.: Flat pine weaning: disease yearly and a resultant decrease of these sources of typhoid infect
4 .which they feed. given him by one of his patients. His land with a clay subsoil well,drained Ration It Ground corn. 60 per In the Dumber of1' and tI....
4th. 'That.we offer the sum of Ave retter'., follow..jut as,it was written: and fertilised makes fine crops. cent; shorts, 80; and tankage, 10 per i death. cases
dollars a day for boy scouts to plant Fayetteville, Ga. Nothing i* better as a fertiliser cent. Ration 2: Ground corn '60 Last typhoid fever caused 176' Chaatberlaln'a Cough Remedy
com '.DeI 'furnish 'their own seed Mr. G. F Willis, Atlanta, Ga. than cow pennings. On fair pine landand per cent; shorts 80: and peanut deaths in year Florida- 105 of which wereamona' The great benefit derived from the
6th. That handbills'announcing'It Dear' Sirs: medium hammock, 80. tons per meal 20 per cent. These to be fed white people- and 71 use of .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to the ,world be printed and that it 'I am enclosing you herewith a acre is frequently made the first and dry from a self feeder or made into negroes. There were 636.cases among of has been gratefully acknowledged by
.J* published ,in the Valley, Gasette statement I have just received from second years after ,.'cow pennings.. a thick slop.In typhoid'registered with the vital statistics man Mrs. Benjamin-F. Blakeney.Decauter .
Here there was a pause and I felt Mr. T. M. McGough. He has sold (n low flat kinds must be thoroughly addition' to the foregoing grainmixtures department.The 111. :vrites "Chamberlain's
lj that something was usually found forcibly present' at' all He was Mere this morning and came. but not in wet lands., Low I skim milk to each pig daily, and supply reached its peak during July, when medicine for colds and coughs! we '
.... Tanlac had done them with all the feed they ,
] conventions the striking In tq tell me what hammocks, swamps and saw grass I green 21 cases were reported. June was have ever used in our family. I gave J
omission was cleared up when i.twnnkled for him. He say too much cannot marshes, If' thoroughly drained,make"the will eat. second with 18 and August and Sep it' to my children when small for
Jbld Jackdaw armed and be said about Tanlac. It certainly best of cane. If not .per., tember each had 17' deaths. The lD. croup and have taken it myself. '
"offend the following'Jv has cured fectly a failure will result.. The Florida has 4,158 miles of graded
:1 6th. That all lovers of theli him.Respectfully, permanent V water table should be not 1,artb roads; 664 miles of asnhalt; .
feathered, friends, be invited to ..contrlbuU ,,. 'J. T. EDWARDS' M. D. lest than' three feet below. the'surface -',183 miles of brick; 85 miles of concrete 'l f B. O. :PAINTER FERTILIZER \COMPANY
to the support of the cans Mr. McGough's statement, follows: of the soil. t ; 1,268 miles of rock oil treated; JACKSONVILLB.COMFLBTB FLORIDA,
w; .o as to; carry out the purpose of the "I suffered' from indigestion and "The portion of the cane that-has',I I.bed. 38 miles of shell and 1.944 mile. oflandclay FEHTILIZEnaFEaTILgzan '
", could 'eat but what in I. a grand total of 9,224 .
foregoing<< resolutions; ,- not anything Its blade i I. mature; Novemj j MATKBUALa .
and ii
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7th. That the treasurer be in..trucecl would hurt me. Constipation gave tar one half to two third of the J niles! more being built. snATESS rIl'18ECTICiDEa
;' Do to each delegatepresent me a great deal of trouble.. My symptoms italic; in December,, four-fifth .orj J A Ruber '
In 1906 the Tire
Goodyear. -
oat pal tbe.; ant,money *ora. were indigestion heartburn and more; 'For :making', none but'l tires POULTMTJMakeM eu rriJ7dt. ...
ng'Into' tho .hands a sufficient sum gas on the stomach after eating; My mature cane should be used '; > company made'' but 25 adaynow ./ere...........UJIf......ti..w ..seise.......Ia u..wrtb Q.sUha.
:to meet Individual expense; either in appetite was Irregular and my food tops can be used for seed For 43000. T
money' of th. realm or better still failed to nourish me. This trouble syrup a part of the- Immature tops
that the boy scouts be further'...employed caused .me to get very poor-in factI can be used the glucose adding, to
to catch good fat worms and got- so :weak I was hardly able 'togo the volume and preventing crystal r
leave them convenient) placed to about. cation. Early ground cane make '
the satisfaction! (of,u. bird*. "I bought three bottles of Tanlacon the; best syrup; late'' or mature cane
The last resolution placed a finish"" Dr. Edwards'', recommendation, the most sugar *
Ins touch to the project and the drive and now I am feeling all right again, "There it no agricultural .productmore
.it DOW in full force, and the birds and am able to -attend, to busnness.Igained. staple than sugar: no crop more
envying 1 the government"loan drives [ .seventeen;pounds ,,In weight certain to produce a fair return. A
can now feel the tickling sensation of and am_ doing 'fine. 'Tanlac did ,the total failure of a cane,crop has never
r a dollar dropping .into each ,Individual work. "? .- ," '.? .*- {, t been"' recorded/': The price,i fluctuatesless
palm.is. 'h "I:now recommend ,.-. s ,' ,OLEMAN SANSPUR. who is sick like I was and wishesto "It requires four ions of good avsrage .
A'
w : "' take something. that will help cane to plant an acre.: One '
.CULTIVATE.;AND CONSERVE' them." .. , will plant
: ; -* acre of good average cane
'' > *>tf -, MOISTURE. ... I Tanlac ,1 Ii'sold by all1eadlnl' ''druggirts. ft.. V, additional acres.The price 'of ILit it1UL1
'..If ,) ,I '_ ' wed i depends on' the price, of syrup f& : <
t i The'greater part of the' corn" clubboys or sugar. Cans can be. readily produced ,

have planted their corn and cultivation PIa'l ''CLUB BOYS', 'SHOULD'rliE- at |' 2.,a :.lading begun. .When: possible PARE PASTURES. iauL" ,

._, 1 todo to a .- er or smoothing -. AILING'Us.., V ';
WHAT IS
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harrow .bollld ,be run over the'com 'The boys ,who have"made the'best
,just before the corn comes up as this records in the pig clubs have had m'at's the matter...Wiih ;America.
.will 'kill;tho,YOIIDC' weeds''.and givethe. : good pasturesfor theirpigs..: Pigs the.. 'da"t '

.........'...- .corn a nice start before,the' ..next: on a good pasture have made gains Too many,, diamonds, ;notenough
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crop of ,them come up. i .t an average of three cents a pound. ilarm;"'clocks. .
>R is, easier, to ,kill a ,weed whoa: cheaper than those,fed. in a" dry lot Too' many aUk ,shirts, 'potenough: '
small than after its root ,system has or on astura The pastured tine flannel ones. .
,developed. Frequent; cultivation now pigs have not only made 'cheaper Too many pointed-toed shoes, and n t" )'
\'wfll: not only v?keep down weeds and rains but larger ones.. not enough square-toed ones. 'V p p
.save, the soil water for the' plant-Inthat' Now la the time to prepare to supply Too.many,'. serge suit and,?not V )6u ,'to
:' but will also atop a large your, pig with plenty of green enough'overalla.. -

1 which hash"::Ccsntlon,of, the, ,water. feed.V When possible it is best ,to Too mariy, decolette. and. :not 'S
4 the groundi fence1 off'a small piece of land; a enough aprons. )
i l from 'the recent: heavy rains. .. half a: nacre,will do,'and plant cow- Too many satin upholstered'. llmoisines.and chief consideration in the: creation: of ; ;

''The' peanut ehhtrowedd already peas., sorghum or millett- "The boys not enough cows. artistic bomb fs the way you paint,
a ;cozy
frequent- _
.
''kept who ba.. a Bermuda grass patch Too many consumers and. 'not
.
free from .either weed 'should disk It' well at this time If inough 'producers. ' and,decorate it-4.; V I t ,
14 U '.or crust., There is enough .waterlathe "It. U not eatable to fence,off a pastute '"Too. much oil stock, not enough. .
,I',' soil now.- if conserved by proper" the boy should plant a few rows laving accounts. 'JAf'Ow.onie'; ; reflect: SWJT Orn 'taato''by the'' ;,1'' C '
cultivation' ,to last the crop over the I of sorghum or millet which can be Too v much OD'Y"'of' the: results of harylioulonsJcolor cffecta. ,But Adt For,These Free i iPakt '
dry: and which 1 usually euIIHtiUerap cut, and fed greefc. By using good hard -work and. .little. ,desire>to. emu. choice of correct and t
'April MayV Keep the' ground and,t .cultivating< now and yon win be almost. oaridn two or I three rows one;1IUBdnd feet Tooit'many' deslring'cut shorts';, to .
.. ta'gt'a'good'crop.. ' 11 I long ought to aupplyan green wealth and too ,few, willing ,to,,pay, bare ,their" ,worth because, you, paint, to'o- -HasMS aael V flaw te rshrt' TasaVV.-
feed 'a pig.will consume.< Try to the r, 'weH'tu to beautify.PVI'NTS. '.caa.iaemsybewWe1Uhw.do..
Snat.7)1Or cent of the farmers of prlce.1. '; protect! : ,
4 ,Florida' arelte. .. plant'your. green feed ndar'R err ,',Too, much:of, ( grit .oand."get _. : .afata.eti..lyp.idtdbaa.R.how. t
** you will keep. your,pig to save time while getting i*thofiil.1( ..notinourh . ..... HiCe- sled
,
:
In' feed......;, Bows should planted "ofthe', ;".C .oDocl 'Chria- ,,,' .-l-. ; wheeled. ike risks: --,- .
: about four feet apart and it is belt : >.< . .. v. "" ... t; 1 -
t", WATCH' to two .weeis.,.' > > in mere-complaJDiDc and too lit C'. '; TWo b..otJdiyTUl.wnad ".ok
; Y ,To secure the largest'and'.cbeapestgains tie nat dort''to remedy conditions. "iI'' ? I ., chrea the latest and beet Ideas oatU :
: ,'a balanced grain ration shouldbe Too much class consciousness and 't. , ',. decoration. of interlo ..u.and.
,.4' fed, along :with the green feed. too 1\.11tt1.\; "' common -'democracyand ceOrasa, It akowe a .....- 01
.rEEBIG' The green feed: la line and will enable lore".of humanity_Exchanga.. ,, .. W< -7 .xr; r roome deaicned. by Iead1ac arb .'
the pig to make cheaper::gaint, but it jCMngfexact spociflcatioBa for obtainiBt -
'
siomanb krilnex.arf-Lferor will not do without some grain in ad. Subscribe for the. "Valley Gasetta.. Have stood the test of time for more than'''fifty years ;barmotiHMU color effecta with. .
ditlon..A good grain ration for young '' ; coet.McFLAKOATT.. '
- andwill ODallet"naC8..at,19w.et> :
Xe p the vital orsana' healthyjy pigs OD:green pasture .. 'com.meal, > ; ftlfe you '. 3

-regular I ; taking the world'a stand.yard' shorts and ground'oats -equal parts. 'SEED'g No rasher the surf act),-theN la 'a Ass. Ca. fir fnOmet t. -remedy for- kidney liver Another good ration can be made by yam btead to Mind m"
mixing 65 pounds of.corn. 40 pounds ,, ...,. Jrrp.e.; aj; number of, thaas yoa.oaa; easily. ,aa4conocnlcaOy refiaiah yoor hom.r'thi. Ulustratad
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troubles-
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Madder;and uric/add'i ,.
: ; booklet will '
of:shorts.and, 10 pounds of tankage use yourself.
or meat meal..* .when"possible it, is .. ''It-- .. eole.pka.ot6.i.b.d t
4o ,GOLD MEDAL. advisable. to feed at. least one.quartof lest'}'' ted"'.to Florida 'dUmte4'sell. ( '--" p Mla, and r-< practical

lI r skim milk a day.' If the boy.,will .Prompt. shipment from' big '" 'Ais .. tnoodorr cava' oi' 'yow.
:ft.Ih ., fee done,,of"these rations to \his pig' stock; Send V.for1920'atalognLandOlds f 'Osceola Hardware Co. > tined '
and give plenty of green' feed h. "- ,
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raaslee Ctmibert
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First Grade. klll '
premiums
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WhtddenL Mary ,, 'SPRING'? ,._-.:..._1_ '
:oetonr Favorite Medicine, How Paul Milar Billy Partln Minx,, quaJity1.. Sir
Frances Young Edna Barclay, Al-
Purtfted and :Beflned from All "Sp1Lg'F..r" 0 .- "
vena .TatesPatiy Padgett. Charlei I Is .Nat.rah. Bat Net .
Objectionable BffecUi: "Dalo: GraDtII.P..nc.( Smith, Billie ;McLaughlin Necessary It's Da To '
2114"-the New: Kama. Elisabeth Bass, Emms 'CAMELS quality plus Camels 'ea"
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Meed. ,
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'What .4 Leroy *Johnson Arthur Snodgrass,,, KEEP; FEELING TOUR > pert blend erf. choice Turkish. ', and.'f.
HAPflU1C
wDI Lumen lormulty, do next? Fred. !. 'Gilbert; Brooks.IE.e1prBarne '
Smokeless powder plea telefrapar, semi choice Domestic tobaccos pass .oitt the .
Purify sad Tea 'Y-e/Bleod
.honrleM carriages, eolorless iodine tarte- IJam.sQEa Up . WIta .' ..
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len ; rl\t.ap. F. most wonderful :fdgarette.
qulnlD ,--now conies naiwealeM cmlo- fer. Carolyn GrifflaOscar
meL tabi". The in now new'on improvement sale at drugstores called "Cato-- tin, Ra and Dayson. Osborne Winn ....,... ever. .di 1riV Into your"mouth. .!., *s.
for. bIllonn>.M, coartlpaUoa and Indl.wtioa }tarry Beit Dale.VJohn Phay Doris -
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( the new calomel tablet is a practically Keen..'Johnnie..DrifgerSf: Delia Flem Do ':;you seem un.bb.o .do any I ', t ..&aii.the. '\ ; '' t.1't1uJt '-,
work, to concentrate to take in way 'foxroyio'
perfect remedy;; ,. as evidenced bjr Ins Ladle Gilbert, Bessie Johnson any : '
the (act.that the manufacturers: have aw J9? .3 akinsor Allen FIeld. Lon Ty terest In things during'th-wonder r statement /s,, > Catxieltf
tborl.ed:all draislsta ful Spring days? Do .coinpAro ";
to'refaD. the price son;: Blllie> Smith, Russell Swain, you feel just \
if the customer !. "perfectly deUghted- Raymond Myers,', .Joseph Jeffords, useless and "no account ,, puff-by-puff\ with: any 'ci&aretto, 'insCamels ;
with Oalotaba One tablet at bedtime with Oliver-Canon '_ Nothing is really th.matter' except .. .
r 'a swallow of water-tbafs alt ,No taste Third: that, as, happens, every Spring;. thotrorldf: ,.
uraoe. .
aio tee-, no gnptnf,ao wuu. x>y mom- I your blood is clogged--it is sluggish .
fine 7" ar liver is thoroughly cleansed and LillleHammtck;' Alma Shun\ -
with
Clifford,Chapman. .iMaynard: poisons from its long Winter have. afmUd mellowness that
TOG are feeling fine. wits a hearty appeUu. : FoulHoward' "...bt. .

I about Eat your what baato you_plesM, -A ao. .dancer,-, co' Makini Falls, Jack, Albert Crum.Rogero.Lena l Drlgera Peter, In time, lour blood .will probably is, as new to you'as it, is\'deUght1:\ L

-Calotabi are aet sold In bulk. Get aiovigluM Dorothy MeCranie, Louise Woodall, fret adjust }feel meanwhile you ''D Yet, that desirable "bOO ".,'ia a/l then} ',
and
feel
p.eka".ecL Price _
tMrtr-- Doris Goodman, Eva Thompson worry unhappy nd
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,aft eats.-a '.) Marahal- Miller Paul Yowell. MI accomplish. nothing, Why! pit, 't ' They are. a1ways"Z'.fre.theJi
} when ,1t is easy, to clear
4 ;. -- --- up your ? ,;
I Vert."DIILSFourth' blood by taking Pepto-Mangan awhile novelnovel': :tire your,, taste., ,
.. OP,,,KB1BBS' . ,__. A. AE2iLI1I,1A: ( ''Cassia Grade. ? For thirty yearsdoctors have
: Partln Jewel Miller Ruth
'. ,Wl. BTBBD been recommending this effective and Camels
..' Straub Evelyn Poulk, Virginia Wil leave unpleasant c gar tty
.YRIBBSAkERMAN'AND STEED,, liams ,Chapman 'Marion Sln.I.tary agreeable tonic to' purify and build
; Stanley -
Up. the blood of run-down listlesspeople aftertaste nor unpleasant dgaretty odorl I
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.A.tte"'F8. mm. C.mmml.tm:mt ;Charles: Twon, :Lyda'1' Hodnett. 'I \

b, .,: Eo Xl.r.n.. .. n..... .'. "r x, -",- ..Annie' Cleckley." Jack Combs, ,Feel/your best. Have fine color Your_ y-soabout .Camels,,will',be:
........ .... Geneva,, Bowen Virginia Harris, Rose a i9 L ZND ; -
. . to mU sta.. v..... and spring in step." Be e OA Ra TTa e _
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t W. B. CRAWFORD M Ellen .Coleman Fifth Grade. nearest druggist Pepto-Mangan has It, and today in either The e-a; a.$4 a.:....._..... M; ..Y.xer.,l vela'
r ( ,; Ruby: Drlggers,' ., .... _
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liquid tablet ; oo
ATTORNKT-AT-LAW1 vor form -
i Vida Simmons, 'DorathaWhite. Alex,' .; just yrs you ".'''n ,.,.rr_......, w_
prefer. There's difference' .. ,... ..
ander 'AkermanEdwin Barnes Her- no, ,, n t r. 4 .r.r.Hw..nr..wrrwae..w.asw "!
Offices: 8,'4, 5, 6, and'J CitUensJf bert'Schweik.rt : medicinal value ,....v w.M..d.Wt
George Lee Singletary '
Jf Bank Building.Xlstlmmee Edgar Beeland, Frances Ba t- Gude's Bat be sure you get the genuine R-. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Ask-for it by
Pepto-Mangan.
,, ; I J. : Florida tey Alvin MeCranJeL Joseph Tucker that namat"Gude Pepto-Mangan," Woah.-S.1.y'! K''' C. i
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Dorothy Bullock,:Ela! Mae Kim.brou&h. -
and be sure the full name is on ,the
Barber
,. Gladys Coralie Johnson
package.Aderttument.PRICE.$20PER .
w ( DR. R. J. DENNING '
\ .Sixth Grade.
DENTIST.
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fflaecessor to Dr. W. W. Carson. Arthur Catherine Steed Denning Carl Schmidt Robert,;' 'Myers MarionMllariChrI.tfne RECORD FOR FLA. POTATOESThe Mm

Over the Poitofflos. May Julia,.Ledbett\ first carload of Florida' ,1, r
4 r lCB HOURS: > to 1IIO.: 1:10 to *. ter Ethel! Owen, Ina Phay,' Geneva toe. shipped from Hastings -pota i

!f. Office Phone 158. Eva Miller Isoline Reaves,' Vivian' Floyd; thrown on the market in Plttsburg, was '," .D 11 w f 1> '

Pringle.Seventh Grade.Eunice on Monday of this '''week, bringing 'v c Tc ,
the record price.of $20 a barrel for J
LEWIS O'BRTArl Rivers, Rebekah Miller, No. ,1 and $18 a barrel for No.2, i J a '
Cora MfeKinnis' Cecil Seabert, Eu with plenty'of taken. With the season Yii
t
t LAW" 'Mary/' i Coleman, opened thus auspiciously, the I I r
ATTOJtNET'A1'-L.
Katherine
<. J, . .. Moseley, Eleanor, Rosen. confidence of local' grower that this .;

,. t 1' t Building:J j to, ..Elizabeth Eighth Gordon Grade.' Moseley Madge. heavily year'' i* bolstered to be a money up and year reinforced.-...m. ii

F Rivers. Katherine Millers Alberta The shipment in Question'consist
rag Johaatoa Ov P. (o.eT.tt Branson.. Dena Snodgrass.Tenth ed 'vt a car of 175 barrels 186 of 'I' ''iI'

JOHNSTON eVCARKETTATTORNEYATLAW 'J ,Tbelma' Button/-Helen Grade." Ame which March 26.were A' second No. 1's car, was shipped shipped on CITRUS',000NTT, FARMERS are', thin if'' marketed. ingfy( br the 'Jt.,

N, r _ .. Twelfth Grade. March. 28.. ,INFLUENZAstarts TO MAKE CANE SYRUP individual farmer ;"" ;
"Eaiih-'Miller.: -Ruth : This .is '
Campbell not the'only piece of cooperative -
11 dttsens
19. >Bank tswit6 afoul
Ottos BannUdd1gileelam.a. ." COVER CROPS FOR CORN FIELDS 1 In'Citrus county* to carload lots and it is be-
WHAT is( AMERICANIZATION? ... sugar cane '''will be materially in operative' work 'that baa been started,

_ :.Via. __- '- With very few exceptions, it is ad Kill th* Cold. At the e.etSD. creased accordnlg to E. W. Jenkins onto fact pat .into effect.in Citrus
..' So many attempts have been madeto visable' to use some companion crop district agent who recently made a county, Only'a few week ago thai+
.DR. C. E. DUNAWAY define Americanization that there to immediately follow corn or to be takeg1J L'3' trip to that county.'Mr.Jenkins says' money value of co-operative growing '*.
seems to be at least fifty-seven varieties grown at the same time as the corn that plan. are being made by County and marketing of sweet potatoes was
Js :Now Located Over Ccatral'Broadway. ,of.the article. The movement crop. Prof. A. P. Spencer of the Ex- Agent -Roy Dol'IIett'to market this shown conclusively. About 20 farmers .
has 'gained momentum rapidly and tension Division of the, College of ( syrup in a way that Trill mean better in the Red Level community grew.
Dog S1.n. there is dangerthat pseudo-patriotic Agriculture. says this is more desirable cASGARtwNIN8gp : returns to the farmers.'' Already a during'the'past season sweet :pots< f
ii slogans, may be uttered with such in Florida than in most ,other committee of five men' has been ap toes of:.the same variety,. and,after''
ease and fevor that clear thinking states, in. that corn matures earlier, pointed to see that the syrup is cook- having marketed a few in, the' early
on the subject Is not attained. than in any other southern .state., ed to the standard density and is of fall and 'used-ail. needed,on'the family l
J. W. THOMPSON For example, Americanization has The effects of these companion crops .tea...... vM nm ir for ff rser/ uniform quality This 'will be I marketed ] table" during .tile winter months,
.
been widely defined as a movement are: first,',to obtain a hay.or'graincrop ... tablet ,--.-.. *or.. MopIM.bt..k. in standard tin containers of found that they had surplus on'
to teach English and civic to foreigners ; second, to add humus to the Mw.-mina up..-I.a cold le r U dY80 14 uniform rise and put op under one hand this spring..'Among the whole.
IPperal Director so that 'they may be'able' to secure soil;, third to prevent, leaching dur. Moe.y back 111t rauL Tbe brand "Citrus' County Supr''',.Cane o f them. two carloads weN ,gotten' ,
their naturalization papers. tug the summer rains; fourth to ...uiu, boa. .... a JlW'Arailn Syrup In this "7.it 'can be mark- to..ther''I': end-: a ready-"market'waa

This is a good definition, far as itroes make use of unused fertility after top p. :.'Ut.. 'Ilk. ? eted in co-operative carload lot., and had for $1.35,, per bushel f, o. b. shipping -

,ANDLICENSED ,: For ,it but is clear it'does a man not may go far' know enough.civic to the prevent corn crop leaching is mature. by using; and up fifth the Ae Alf".... :s-.. it is believed, >to> much, . better. advant... .. station.:. ., : ;i.. , 't' ,,'. ",: ,"

and be able.to speak English without soluble nitrogen ... . '" "", 4"v' .. ..rM1... '. i. I 'd ''' '' "t. 7

EMBALMER, appreciating .American- history ,and The most, commonly used compan ARE YOU. ACQUAINTED .. ', .... .'." "
Ideals. ion crops in Florida are velvet beans WITH. THESE'INSECTS,? .
Again, Americanization 'Is" some: cowpeas, beggarweedpeanuts ,.andnative "
:
.w .toN-.. &.11II-
'",1 ID-m program based on the ignorance of all.these wilt grow, so in ,.thatcase moloirlst' at the \experiment station t
.. C the foreigner>and the '.uperlority -of it is a matter of 'Selecting.,the Flotida- farmers,' truckers and fruit ,'.,,

the native-b rn.- There has been, too one. most profitable. ,,. : > growers should save thousands of Ie l
> much-of this attitude. It I. expressed It la of course desirable to have legume dollars bT'inve.tln: a little time and .

f MjTiLLERReal ; : -, In calling the Slav a "Hunkie" and crops where they are practical money'" '' in controlling the numerous .'j .
the Italian a,"Dago.'If.Americanization ;, however; on some lands other Insecta' that cause damage to vegetation ., 'W '" . .' .
_' I* to< do. its perfect ,work, it crops do better aDd will return more at this season .of the' year' : '. '.("" ,
Estate Agency., ; must apply to native as well aa for to the soil Where lands do-not give One of the most,important of these '. Call. .J'liIi/>.'..", [II','";'' .It.:'

elgnborn.' National loyalty; must begin satisfactory'yields;; of legumes-! I. Insects in the tomato fruit worm,' so ", \"\ TlioneThe h ;'; ; ,," ,..\;'1'I'k \' :

Realty 'bought and wkLHouMt' by the high example' public ..ualIT-dIl.: to a lack of drainage and familiar to truckers. Spraying should ( ;" f ,..,:- \' .
service OD,the part; of the American. humus .. *. be made earlyas soon as'the young t. l.r,
.
rented.' Under\ a better definition Americanization Among-. legumes the'' most- generalare tomatoes!' begin to*form. The;' spray d6 'hi<, ::;i, :

.a 1 ; means giving the ..immi velvet beans and. cowpeas' however to be used i.,lead arsenic:on. ..poundof . : : .

for DOD-rel cleDtI.! < grant the best. America has to offer these. are not always the best to ;the 'powdered form ,to 60'gallons f' ', "- '. """ r..b'. ... .
I! and retaining for America the best plant. For initance in the of.:'waterr. 1 ...;. n '
; St. .
JohnseouULy L'.I .
Accldeat "
F.... Lif and 1. .; in the-immigrant. R is a- .. Growers'attempting to carry their .. -" ,t'r" ((0. "
> inan velvet .' :
pvuiwa section, ,
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'' ranac*.' and 'selective procesi In.which-all; the beans have*,not.been a, very important strawberry. plants 'through the'.um.: ", "'." 'r>, .'J'< :...' ]

Indemnity .Bonds.. people- must engaged crop .. they do not fit into the men' will do well to watch for pm.r- ,[> y .: '. .,J' :.:, '.' ,
.
->> Possibly .no better ideal 'for- tbls.mal&atJon A'flock of chickens ; \
as.
t' i l' young' running .. \
system of farming'' >well an cow- .. :'\. .i'i" 1.-
.
: .," .....oo""o..1 of, diverse racial ele- peas''. In other section.farmers .beau over, a email .patch will keep : .: \ 1'(,: 'J:. .i'"J.{ ,

ments' into a.common loyalty and allegiance hate to plant cowpea* because'Of the this'pest''pretty well under control ," .!,,: 'l ,. IN r".
I can. be found than 'in the possibility of filling' the I soil with On large beds tobaccoinsecticides .. "\ ., ft.: $ ,
'" preamble to 'the Constitution.. Americanization root knot, and ,in. the same sections applied to thrips are very effective ':'IX..,'",. ,. i! :.;,1 ''P'' :'
I DR. BUCKMASTBR is. the, modern "to 'form a. more perfect: union, es isfactory.- they, do not ripen early dOe.' a great'deal of,, damage'torwatermelonq'eucumbeMcantaloapsand: ' '. ," , ,. j<{'
tablish justice'insure' domestic tranquility enough ,to permit of *cultivation in ; .
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;. : .provide;/for the. 'common'de time ,to'''prepare .the' lanel 'for fall other curcubits. .The best'method of . .. : ', '.. I<''. ,.
KISSIMMEE'S fense, promote the '..n.r.1 welfare .. In these cases the, grassesand eradication' i. 'spraying1 witlBI.ck , > I; "
and secur the blessings of liberty. beggarweeds' ,, do' .better than Leaf 40inthe proportion of one part u I
to 'ourselves -and ;our prosterity." either the velvet bean to 1.000iparts of water ' ', *
1
or. cowpeacrops .
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; v OSTEOPATH .It< ia a< program>> as imperative to. ,. ; Thrips do considerable, damage ,to. ,.,. .', .( : ;.. "
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day., a* when 'our forefathers announced On the drier I lands where'ryas. best' ward destroying a crop of, vegetables. I' ,r ''r(' "tJ.f" "
'- Minneapolis -Journal.- to- plant com in wide 1'OWI", the universal They.get into'the blossom and J ; '"SO i t the 1 Piople""M.y KMOW", : > :

: .STATE' BANK BUILDING practice,' 'of planting: velvet cause the young fruit to.,all of!,the : :\ :,:

A: beans;"or'peanuts between.:,,the rows vines. "To control thrips, spray with ,. ........... \ \ ,. .. ,
SAPETESTit )t'
th is a good plan.The diatancegiven, Black Leaf; 40, ,,1 part, to 1,000"partsOf ..: \' -i" (
Re' "
r No. 1 162 I '- the- corn allows, It,enough moisture to: ,water.. . u_ ,. 'Valley: ftasette** 'desire I.lo., .ht't: ;> ; ':' .

I > For those who'are In, need, of a carry It through-the ripening period : i print air lb. nw all ih ,'( rri ''
How ,Is 't; time bat J'
3 ,, : Your Complexion.' :> '
- and after> the corn'* is matured the _
,,
remedy for "ual. Ita' I
i kidney troubles and arc asst' ia by ,. '; 3 N '
phoaa
it Is 'a velvet beans or peanuts have..plentyof A womad'/waldprbw more beantiful'as aH or letter ,, t' .
baekaehei' good plan to-try w. caanot hop to l
get
time 'Of course planting-corn, in ; she older and she will ', 'hr; :
I dJ\eT Pills. .:They ar*atro rag- grows ( It alL-If know, of anylteat, et .. '
wide 1'O'WI.wIJl', not ri e', the heavy with due. regard to baths,'"dst'.ad Ji<%
(
ly
recommended Valley
by Kisslmmee ,
Gazette will Ii
: Ask your neighbor! ... v people. yield, but on. such, lands the total exerciser and by keeping her liver 'i Clad t Thp.ram It., b* Try- )' J .'
fiRmER : .
IBSDJ J. B.Dilard, 212 Emmett St..:rKlssimraee yield from the 'velvet bean. or' peanuts and bowels in good working order. .; ,. ,' saysi "Afew years ago I will be very much. .,..te'th.n If you are haggard and yellow your dub; .Society.. Lodgtv ; : : :
the. com alone-if the Ia losing their. atawwaay'or'ix'. tJ
was laid up with rheumatic,, pains ''corn. planted eyes lustra And whites notesi'people ... I'
.': Alnd believe my trouble in narrow rows. becoming yellowish your flesh, flab>> coming backs >i Marriage,' death'or ." t
,SELLS.heftLife by the disordered condition was broughton of In some section of the East Coast by it maybe -due, to indigestion or births.;. item concerning'. visitor,, r"::,' '
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\- kidneys.' I was ,in .aa' bad- shaape a y* the native*' weeds, such as Spanish to a. sluggish. liver,.,. Chamberlain's building .,....tI... real .tat. deals, ;, ,,11"' "
any one-could be. 'I ha dtaken most needles, -give a much heaviergrowth Tablets correct these disorders.. neighbor* moving in '., .' "''f
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Accident and kind of medicine than 'any 'other,1 crape'mentioned : U fact anything, > J, i'
... : : every but,, rot no WuEST1STRAWBEUY' ,.' .
relief above.* While.they have"very little FIx Valley Gazette tore "1 ',
until I took Doan' Kidney : ,. Interesting t* Its : e."r
Health','Plate: Glass,. Liability , Pills: I noticed their good .effectright' vain. a. 'feed theJ"-add -much humusto STATES INCREASE .ACREAGE reader. *., .
the soil which U valuable 'M a
particularly: ..'
away' Continued ; ,use drove "
J p':'! ,+ Th Valley Gasett1 IaOtte's.. . ,
the; 'Oubl."ayaDei! I According to a "reUmI report ,
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am glad to
and Boiler Insurance.Lei's i the
Under People lay '
; gin this, endor ement.''. (Statement anv" circumstances: 'Florida' Issued Aprfl 2 by the Bureau -of Crop 'end,, ask Know..and .....Uut, '. :caw'.. te
soils should have s we .yen co-operation. ens .
a to-fol.low" ;
covet Estimatea.1'Alabamac
given crop ha MOOacres
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!. Bonds, Executed .ADDED 1PRAISE. com. ",The'"cover-crop' !! protects of strawberries this.year, CalifornU ... .' " ...., ." ', '''\,

.vOrf;! Mareht7191, Mr.:' Dflard thereof' from tbs direct ray of theBurr 8,250,' Florida"1,20.0, L.sUana.T :i ;. 'HtIP..ISHtsIKissi. "' ,:
{Same Day Needed.I said: "1at l'liold.:my high"opinion and prevents"rapid: evaporation Mississippi'MO. and Texas 200.: The .. :f ,
dornir hot -'weather .and tt " .,
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I /Of Doan's'Kidney PUTS They above total' la ibeae\ six states is 14,000 .'" ' .:1 'd
gave adds jhtimma 'to't&e soil.:; Where these ,J2If 60', :.,. '
me .Ueeb\ reUehina! kidney com-i acres. against last ftaI':: and \ i
tffIi -. \ ;: t, Main*,and'T mutt i_Y"DotbbICJ J cropa' are neglected1 th. *' fertilisermustxb ,,th.' crop la.estimate a,1I"1lftGOO ,.J ... '....' '> :.
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t-4I ,, .... old .. ao,''mnch goed.1*. appHect-frond" some :other ante'ref v 24>qu.etm'sseht compared .. fA I
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1.1'r. -- -.60c. at all dealers. Fostei'Uabarneootlmied ; produce --- with M7,450>crate*"'procIaacI .tn.sthetaum."staaatest.yatthla I ,
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Advartlseaant in or classified ...- crop* is one of tn*dlverslffeatlon most of eNd ,the unlucky 'day* ; of'tnV-weekV' cbaein..y:'IL. Depew aed''' :JiI1; ,'::1' !, ...., "': .... .' t." ., ..

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'row'' THE KISSfMMfiK LLn::,CAMTTE.- FRIDAY, ,APRIL ,,I*,. IWOBSS1HHEE "'"

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FRANK HUFFAKER BOOSTS.: ,., '
''VALLEY GAZETTE .. ClassifiK' Alry.Ii..s. I. "
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OSCEOLA IN TAMPA TIMES '
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WatcherhTheTriTopI .
r ) ......... .,... ...,. ......p. Th. plcm..cahl.tol'# -' ) of no r .' .
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Ri, JUo.I. ".u., li.ertte r.......: y21lMisas.K bounty in Florida abound in romance ', I I ; FOR: RENT_ ... \ "Sbrf g .Shoeswe
to greater degree that that of 'What ioit!' oCw.ddlnCl .lneldy
'a' kOOMs.. -.... 'at ..
B. Hurt. *. r> *i...)t. lake-dotted rivertravnedOsosola rest 'sgmmergjlat.FOR <
... ... ,. and the month' only half -gone' it, .The V. H. Lawson. ; . .
0. Vmmm Aaraww. n T .
H. '
which 'bears ''
the of the '
;t .. name most young: folk .are 'not waiting until -
*a* N* II ,
) famous of all Seminole Indian chiefs. June this year, and ....don"t blame eret REMT bungalow-aubject.U.To."'..S.Bale.",. South Con hare moat'of iht Popular Colon and Styles
...-...... Rat atd and its recent-year development history them; for April in Florida, contain Klsslmsoe. Kaaulre odMr*. G. F '"
$Copy, One ..ar_____.._..L/te0 based the .. ,Thrahr. 401 Clay Street.! Klelinm "' '
principally upon halcyon day a* Jon la '
many -
__ ..__ 1.0Copy. any \ ; .
: Cop, BIX! Month ?? ., FIOP Mr*. Mary Bummer, ,
Thr. .t' marvelous fertility and .r..tiUtyofit. other, place In .the world. 10* Wt MonrM, StrMt.Upper Flat, .
. Oxfords and
lIoDtha----i-- soils, is infinitely more interest'Ing JackonTllle. 1"1.. .- n-tt-pd. .Pumps :
our to ,housekeeper from frigid As' the :
pretty: romance a* story '
l : **: correspondent* must be and less productive states. Than t elands book tell of, FOR SALE' : -
in
**> writer. :was consummated For Men Ladle and Children :
: $. matter will>not b. r. ...... of the Kissimmeevalley none our; 'city this.!_k. During the war O8CEJOLA Jl'ERTIL1ZBR'co. . , *. '
.. called for In this world produce high-priced an American doughboy in the. French mad 8.. F. H. UkweonTt good ai. *- "' ; .

"S .... la the PoatofnClO at X...... crop* lit greater variety these In- t1'Onche.rrota to his father her- of .
Florida a* **con4-cla.rf m. ..... tlBdlagVarly, : vegetables,citrus fruit hi..extremeloneliness.* l Wishing to FOR 8ALHJ. .-CMId'* heeled' .. Walk r'Fo enJ
and staple a* well and from the cheer hlasonbls father ... his ad' whit naml, with paraaol' attachment :
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day prior to' the Civil War to the drag lto'ione, of Kisslmmee'( fair nc.. a bargatnyapply.J , O.tti'-tftJI'OR
present the adaptability of the vat daughters 'with the request that she Red Cross For Ladies
range for breeding beef and dairy write, cheering and -sympathetic letters BALE]-Child'* whit enameled] fi;
cattle has' been demonstrated Iron, crib In good. GOD diU... i rAppiGaulle "
beyond to him. The
young, lady was oftlco. t-tt,
question. Osceola,with its own pe- obedient .to the f.ther'hreqt. and fi Oberty-BeU: : For Children -
culia advantages, ha contributed succeeded' 10 ',w.U in her, effort; that FOR 8.\.Lm-on. Bets Elaotrlo Wan
much to the advertisement of Florida as soon;as the young soldier cot his PUt Fraetloallr new .At a "ea-
4 r -to erasing false idea with reference discharge came hundreds ()miles s.tta.aonabl prlo-, Apply: Valley TtlTOR Q*-. ..
r a ''to the commonwealth 'that out of hla'w.y to meet the fair one {. ;Jo..
were held-throughout the Union for whose letters had done him-so much 8AL.B-Fin. residence property: '
quarter-block ....n roamed house, FRED : *i 1
S. GILBERTWe
year ( .good. It was the old story so often orange tree*. pecan tree. llv. oak, ,
4sT4tE PRESS In addition to never-failing crop told of love at first sight,' and last flower, vine. shrub Oaras
production-citru* tree. and plant week they were wedded. The Watch woodhed and two spare room In .,Appreciate: Your..Business
of.all kind are afforded protection er gives them hit blessing and predicts rear too Reason prevent for slllnc owner., prozrtyrlfat. }
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from frost by the numerous lake they will live happy ever after. Valley .. I-ti
. and other waterway within the herders |
y FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1920 of the county which extend As this I. 'presidential year a FOR SALE)-On* 1Dm.r.oDr.P..rtt.. ......... I
model three,
visible as food as *
into the world-famed Evergladesmuck sketch of the the various
men ( Apply Valley Oa .tt*. tt
? holidays are In season again land section on the south parties who are aspiring; for that I
Osecola is blessed with innumerable high office will not be'amiss. This FOR 8AL.ID.-Seoond-hand Fo.M oar
digging will be in full blast beauty spots; is a sportsman's pare.disc week we will tell of Champ Clark at Co.,attractive(07 Broadway.prlo**.. Osevola Motor l4T
week. ? ;i 1. traversed by hardsurfaced from the "show me state", of Missouri. 1 I
ti highway that lead to all section of By virtue of his age long service FOR SALE OR TRADI -Llttle Buick POLITICAL ASPIRANTS .Y
Is rming as. the June the state and nation is populated by and'stalwart character he has Four model C-SS. For sale cheapor .
will trade for Ford any etyleTruck
approachee.s a cosmopolitan and progressive people come to be known as the Grand Old preferred. W. B. Maklnon
and last but by no means least Man of the Democratic party. He Co. _u-...
s the tourist season is past boasts of one of the best public was born in an obscure house In an .
3 continue to arrive. It is no- school systems in the country. These obscure town- in Kentucky, during the _WANTED.___ '
: that they are seriously con facts have been made known rapid administration of President Taylor FARMERS-Send today for a fr.. IF YOU FEAR TO SHOW YOUR FACE'
; buying; and an looking for. population Increase and farm land unfortunately died without- having ample copy of the Florida Farmer
.. development has been natural. made his acquaintance. He was and Stockman published at Jackonvlll .. BETTER. NOT ENTER THE RACE! J

A For thirty-five years one of the president of a small college for two *, dairying*. Tell poultry about Livestock. citrus ralin fruit , +
,X t the Denim";' clubs' are boost principal developer of Osceola county years, after which he hit his true and trucking weekly 'at 11.00 pe.'
the price of the humble overalls has been Hon Arthur E. Done- gait and was admitted to the bar year-three year for .0.. Only

'. than double the regular gan, whose activities have embraced and began the practice of' law .t livestock the. .tat ana*. writ general today.farming paperIn Send Your Photo Here For Cuts 1
.x It I.I said. Froml present in- varied line of endeavor agricultural Bowling Green Mo., in 1880. After ,
a 'returar>t4' tig. I..ni Will l horticultural; stock-raising; financial practicing law for one year he WANTED-Man with team auto ,
'' be necessary. |, a and. political and who Is today thoughtfully counted over the wad of who can give bond to sell 117 Wat.
one of 'the- largest land-holders in money that he had accumulated and kin*0.1 home concern and of farm kind products.In-: world Bl* Single CaloM Cab. for ............_&: ..7SDMibl .: ,
l: ( fishing her was excellent southern Florida. In times past he decided that he had enough to warrant 11600 to |(000 yearly Income. Terrltory Colon Cuts for 5.00 .
Newspaper.
'. uChout the seaaon and splendid and other members of his familywere him in getting married. Wishing la thl county open. Writ _
.. of trout and perch have been among the cattle king of the expert advice In the matter he today Wlnona.J. Minn R. Watkins Co. Dept 17-1 lit Copper Hall..... for Saab Cards_ 3.7S ..

There 1* no question but state and with his brother-in-law took his bank account around the _. _. -
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the sport ha attracted many Pat Johnston he today owns the corner and across the street and< Copper Cards (cut 6x8)_10.20
'visitors and now that the lake noted Canoe Creek ranch of 40,000 showed it to Mist Genevieve Bennett. COUNTY AGENTS' REPORT r
'" be bulkheaded. giving Kiuim- acres, and also operates the Deer One glance and she said she was -- ;
: ? the advantage of a handsome Park Stock Farm embracing 104,000 willing to risk it, so they were mar Lee county: The grapefruit bloomin ; t
front the people here should acres on the St. Johns river. He is ried right away the county- was unusually large, SEND CASH I
{ every measure to protect the also interested in grove culture and Champ Clark has been in public and the growers sprayed their treesin ; CLYDE GLENNCO.
I IS hope to seo -the day when the Kis office for thlrty- v. years and ,hakes a more systematic: way than Pre- -
S simmee valley will be the world'sgreatest to politics as naturally as a-r;duck viously. The result will no doubt be Proa.pt Serric.
COOP ADVICE sugar-producing section. takes to water. He has heldall kinds a very large crop of citrus fruit this TAMPA FLORIDA i
,
y Notable among the achievementsof of offices from prosecuting attorneyof year.Citrus.
.. you have both time and In- Senator Donegan' and associateswas Pike county, to Speakerof>> the county: The 1918 and 1917 '
to write so that it can be the establishment of the town of House of Representatives, and a long staple, cotton crops of Citrus
; read do not send communica St. Cloud for which the scene of the presidential candidate. In 1912 there county .had been sold bringing $1 'I
; to this office: for publication. original sugaroperations of the lamented vas a loud 'call for Champ Clark tobe per pound. Corn crops are fin, at '
.. you have something extraor Hamilton Disston of Philadelphia president. The Republican party worked out and clean of grass. More ..... ... .... .. . ..... .......

r brilliant or important ton was selected and which is was hopelessly divided and the Democrats Interest is being taken in the potato ; ;;
no one In this office has time known throughout the nation becauseit were united. That meant but club than-in any of the other clubs 1
to decipher it. In these was settlprincipally by veteransof one thing; that the Democrats ,would Dade county: -At a recent meetingof "Franco"Shampooing
'of linotype and horta'ge of the Grand Army of the Republic. win; Missouri sent an enthusiastic the Dada .Poultry Association .
everycommunication sent These old soldiers, attracted by: the delegation to the Baltimore convention a specal committee was appointed .
printing office should be type healthfulness, beauty and. 'productiveness singing the, following-, unique to R'O.to Cuba and look into (
: t1'W. single spaced, properly par of the locality advertised it campaign song: ; the possibilities of shipping) both \
phed and punctuated. If an ar- extensively to their friends and descendents eggs and poultry into Havana.. A Manicuring 1 'I :
] Is i not enough to favorable has been receive ,
important as a result, of which no "Every time I come to town report
type it 1* not important town in Florida has advanced more The boys begin kicking my dog and members feel greatly enthused ..
it ,for a busy editor to lose an rapidly, during the past de ade. The aroun'., over the prospect 10 Darlington St.
or so trying to decipher: and, re- town was established in 1909. It makes no difference if he is a Polk *< .Wauchula. "Advocate. Senator Donegan who I* a bachelor Noun,' being hipped. Grapefruit price Noun NYDA 1
: WIMPY
wa born In Queen' county Ireland They gotta 'quit Idckln my dog han taken a tumble but inclined to ,
mE"CREATEST NEED. but in his seventh year his aroun'." rise. at any time. Strawberries bringing S:3O a.m. to 6 p.m.. Manager I
father moved to the United Stats 40 to 50 cent at shipping point. ..
M.'Breaker business{ one of Kissimmee', and settled at Kissimmee. Forced I i This grotesque 'song set the :!convention Shipment have been delayed on account . . . ..... . ........ ..0..0..0..0..c
known men who, was :' into. active work in boyhood Senator afire and when the balloting of shortage of refrlgeratofboxe. .
mad chairman of the city Donegan first became interested in began Champ Clark had a el..rJ ma Prospects throughout the '
see a great future for Kls- I' eatt1 -r.I.lnc on a small scale, and jority. Everything was cominghis county are favorable. > i
.. provided the people here will then branched out into other line of way, and within a few minutes be Escambia county) Corn planting.
the most'of theiropportanitles.t development work. Few Floridian, would have had the required two- about completed. An increasedacre- Low Priced Groceries i '
: : 'Breaker'sopinion as with the possible exception of the thirds that was necessary to nomin age will l be grown to feed''crops this : )
y improvement well known leading financier of the state's largest ate. Ju.t.t this juncture a self- year. Oats growing nicely. I -
_1 he still believes that's well kept cities, have transacted businesson appointed Nemesis who some folks Palm Beach county: All crops Flo'ur.
I I }j municipality Ila, mighty a'larger scale and none have engaged call Williamjenningabryan arose and growing nicely. The largest crop of Self Rising 24 Ibs___., 1.65 Gold !Medal 12, Ib sack______ 1.00 J
place flto live in and will just in work that brought; more emitting .demi-quaven of magnetic: corn in the history of the county has Self Rising Flour. 12 Ibs_*_ .90 Lassen's, Perfection 24 Ib* _. 1.99 {
attract visitors. be in. Gold Medal, 24 lib sack___ 1.89 Lassen's Perfection 12 lbs 1.00
benefit to the state as a whole. eloquence switched the convention to been planted and more will put ? 0
questionwhich he ,sees star During his young manhood Senator Woodrow Wilson and poor Champwas Something like 200 acres will be Jut M* wkat .b gig to ..pp..*..., W* will knock tie b fee Mt of
Kissimmee in the face in "Where
clerk of the planted to cane in the Delray section., '
served as Never before had a
'Donegan -a '
they to be, housed next fall!" circuit' court: of Osceola: county which man been goner.so near, the presidency, and Orange county: The winter truck Flour SATURDAY. Leok.t the Low Prices for Cask Only: :

season a just passed '..w the later honored him I'' by sending him failed. ? H. felt thexfull force of the season i. 'about over. Profits havenot We ban added a line of Ant ,Tir**. Th. Sontaera. Tin Co. 6,000, \, ,, i
'capacity full and there I* no first to the House of Representativesand words in Whittled ballad ? been' large though few actual miles guaranteed. Cad. sad. look.thus .vef.34x4 "'
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1 but that many left her for then to the State Senate. While "Of all sad word of tongue or losses are rep rted. All late'ship* "
places because pleasant mod- serving' in the legislature he took the saddest.' are these it might pen ments have brought good prices with N; S.'(..._....;_!:;-.._;;.' 80.00 80x3 N.. S. .______.__ 14 638x4
accommodations were not .,.U- lead in arousing \ interest','in dramareclamation The'have ..been. ';". prospects for'' still higher, prices on NA S.' :-...;.;..;.:.;.;... 27.00 30x3 TTubes .---_.HI 13X)
true' ef H 32x34: 'f&s.: _._ ,__:' ..21.00 80x3 \ _
;- This waa especially "of ., fertile lands. For.over eight Jyear.' he bar'notbeen remaining'stuff.:, ? ? % r __._ 27 I
and :Mr., Breaker. believe Since ,then thousands of. acres of able'to speak Bryan's? name DeSoto county:' The truck: crops are ',3Ox3\W{ ;N.; 5. .';:..--:.._.....:..18.00 80x3 Tubes ,. _____.__?___ ,2.6 ,
F with many others here muck land have ,been reclaimed without, -'stuttering.' Whenever he 'doing well, on the a,er.p.' On 'oi 80.x3Plain', <-.r_. *'.__--14.60.: > War. Tax a.Butter "

,a:'is large the greatest;up-to-date need apartment l today: many drainage districts and the'ending1 have provided of the world for sees the Great In 'hi.Commoner that there suggests is an the societies strongest in the community county ,cooperative Ii. content: 'f.t':100:' lbe.;,_,jO.'_,?_,4.15, :Pet. Milk Urg,??_?,__.:r
ugly'glint.i
eye Littl. Gent;,'Scratch;Feed.-. 4.60 Carnation Milk '
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that ( .
this
was 'noticeable year 'acti the erection of a cold
war has allowed a renewal of.' "Ye 'Fetts ,qnit kickin': my daw* plating storage Cabbage ____..:;___ .05 Van Mitt I '
pound' i. Camp. ._ _. .
.en'' willing toi pay a fair increase these thousands J plant which will 'not.oralyr" 'b* a' big ( ? ;
_ for good accommodation and vities that will aroun asset to the town (Iin which It i* built No, 24 Yellow Peaches. ..: ,.: .M Hebe tall ._____-._..__ '
of million For eight years he has been in the Nov. 1 Yellow' ding _____: '.84' small __..
a building were erected,her conduets'offlees but >to 'the ;entire"county. There Is H.be. ._..__.___ ,
now mini of the fellow who hasto .
Senator .Donegan state of, ,
certain it 'would be a paying not now of this kind In the 'No. 1 Pears can _..:..::: -.:.....:\ .88 Beat ,Bacon .__:'_.
both KUslmmee and Orl.ndojfrom' and the girl heever a plant
at stand by see only
; No. 1' _.. .
continue his work of county available, for coring meats.1 Apricots can.?_ .85 Best:Salmon .' .--......; :.
which he loved married'to another: .
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No..2'Corn, can __..:__ .18 Pink ,
_ '.,' Breaker'ref.rred to"the Salmon -_: :. = K.
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of other states Brevard 'more' boys :
resident thi. Four
the nomination
pres. Interesting If he' gets year county: .
No. ..__ .25 '
of building material America 2P.be.t., can : ,,1'ripe. can ?' ..:--.:_._-:; :
the of h. will' the have the bei club making 12
in garden spot give Republican a run Joined
No. 2Tomatoes,, can'--._:.._ ,16 ,Roast 'Beef _\ ., .
$* : ."They ..re, building in every deal can. -;-
'other cltyand town and if It Southern Florida ; ,that- father for, their ,money,) 'and if elected. he members in'alL'' 'A"cro.t of enthusiasm Seeded Raisins, pound ;._ 1..25 .Corn Beef .can ___ es' is
,indeed I. at this stageof
"I am clad my: will make a great pre.lcent. displayed '
be done,in those places,,why. not me r' to this republic in my the- gameSome of the members Currant, on*. pound -.".i .85 Potted Meat 'i ...J';___j' .
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Arbuckle Coffee Ib .._._ ,45 Vienna
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childhood Sausage c_.i'_.
: and that he settled in Os FLORIDA FLAGS TO ADVERTISE haft bees In 'old bx hives which are 'White '
< _., ,_ ,,, Tomato' 2 it
I I. ceola county" said Senator Donegan."I t.t be transferred standard ten- \\Hou.\Coff".i" : ?- Soup :18ei for: af ,
Senate1 .., >>., _i_.__, .60 .Vegetable 80 /
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Y, WHY NOT;:r'NOW! equally, appreciative of' the', fact Panama City, April tThe'leefalatan Frame hives, while other ar* buying Cut Price Leader Coffee-.__ .< ,, Oxtail, '
... , 5 ; Soup ISc. 2 for,
to 1919 law In standardhives.
that.I have been privileged contribute of passed a. Empowering bees already: .established ,
k :advertising.question{ .". ..,.:.satisfactorily in moat velopment"for on. can't" induce other ufacture'and sell reproductions of;the in finding bees for au..One P; G. Soap, '9e.' e 'har-::...;.:; .60 Turtle Soup, ISc. 2 fond.play.,.
but }'a' unique ,' experience to locate in one section without official state flag of, Florida, and member .has. .seven stands in' box ,F1 Naptha,;; 9e6.bars.r; .30 'Bitter'. Pont and Bet_ h
v { had 1 In the etUlng of benefiting, them. I have sold>thousand making him custodian. of the;state dives.. He has placed -an order for ten Jvorv1 Sanfflnsh Soap 9e, 6 bar_._._ ';.60 2 for v..._.._ ::,
question.:'A reader sent the ,edi of ,of: land In the county lag ,says the Beacon-Tribune.. .The complete two-story \ hives* with ,! w. -_.-;;..--_.._.__ .25, Camnbell's Pork.nd UII
.:, and I get acres even t.,more satisfactionfrom law also provided'penalty'for' manuacture Frame and foundation' and 1 will Coal' Oil ga Ion ''__.-...;...;,,.. ..2 4 .,,15e, 2 for' :i. r._.., |., y
there was a skeptic ..A the fact that those to whom I 'or Isle of the flag' withoutxrrmlsslon trammer all.of his bee to'these'nw Catsup Crystal, bottle ; -i :,. .1$ Picnic Ham,1 pound ,e.r. t
'is one who declare'he know sold have been successful than I do of the secretary of staf*. hives,. 1'-' .. 1r' Whit., Syrup 1K.1D r SlicedHam.pound _.,....
be ean"> __:_____ .20 No. .1 Pineapple ;;..e..
about anythingand from the- profit>> I have m.d.- The[ author of.this bill Mrs. Florence + 'Whit. (' '
nl'7'angry: when you agree Frank;.. Huffaker,.to Tampa .Times. R. S. Phillips, secretary of the NQrth SNAKES IN BANANAS 'I. Crystal *Syrup No.- 6 No.- 2%, Pln..ppli' "
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him., This' skeptic did not'b. Florida Chamber* of Commerce and .re can ._:.;: :a.a;,.- ..- .M M.earonl'110c or
there 'were any natural blonds. WORD LAD'S JEWEL. MAKES also secretary: of the' Chamber of .. SCARES OFF'NEGROES .,,1 1-1 ,Alaga Syrup.M..___ ,.24 SpaCbettlo'10o0 J'
... so doubtful about every ,. Commerce Panama City, realised Rolled Oats.Be' lb. ,8 Iba._', .' .25 "' Dr OF .
that he ,would-even put mud '" .. ,GOOD. that if small state flags could be pur iA story 'comes: from; ;. .Atlanta otrrre.t a Grits;. 6e lb, .10 Ib".:"';' ;,_. .60 .Vlck'a ''Salve; b 1 n
on the back ,of stamps.'. This > .. "". ..; chased: by the many visitors to Florida poisonous-.snake, darky, owIn'celor Mal 60 Ib. 10 Ibsj: ...._ii_ .60 666 Chill Toni
wa also f a merchant. He >Oxford did not believe in advertising. n 'the "Florida.. ''Experiment'' Station revenue but .would also help -to ',advertise :feet In length uncoiled itself one Li61a 'J Beans,' Ib, 18c, 2i. Ib*.. ', Cmphorbott
that atv one time,'h* dairy t herd, has just finished year'sofflcial the state; Mrs. Phillips sent I morning from a big' bunch: banana Baby: Lima '180. lb.. 2 10'_ .85 Asperin Tsbl' ,
# a night watchman., He rap- > teat' and'make*; the produced! In the first order fora flag for/the I shipped here i from Panama,, and .Cow.pe... 'IL, llc.1 8 lb*_.::._ .80 Sweet Splrl .! .
were ofmerit..' )>In 865 day she Tallahassee >Chamber of Commerce. :pnt.tor" terror-stricken flight' thre orrour'neeroaa Pure .leaf IbKaro :;: : ; ; .80 Bpsom I SaltL ,.
: tifuthat As abmatterhoffact they 8,270 pound or' 961.gallons of milk H'er..tate,publicity bill failed to pass : ,,who,were .unlo.dInCth.. 1'pounJeau.--" .20 PlCapital looOOQ.OO
r rarer'than dividend. ,Non.- of and 455 pounds of ,batter r This rec: ait"session' ; but will 'be' re-written I Freight ear.1. '.*' '" '.*v' - Worcester: Sauce, bottle *_r .85 ,Sulpharii.onl '" ", .-

_ merchant's acquaintances pro- ord'wa* made by, milking only:twice and :presented ',again h 'a* its prod .The .repNlevrali: klHed ;with brick- French .Mustard f, tt1.e"-r, _' ,.15 Castor Oil '
1 ; any' anxiety to., assume the each day. -- ' ions cover, matter that'are important I>ats before it,was able,to "escape or Starch ArI'O'- ,!;,_. _, ;,10 Carbolic :, .
i ,',so he was forced to advertise With third record,' Oxford- Lad'. to..state ''development and will do 'anybody .any-h rm. ... ,. "Pt Milk,. small ...'...IZn. 4 'J>7 ,Quinine; / I t
-"Want" column of a local Jewel stand fifth 7ln tile list%; of Florda"Jersey supplement the .advertl.lnrr'efforti'bforganization The bananas,came, direct to Atlsn.to' Forr th'convenience, of .lour customer we '? L. LEYy.P.,1 '1.. '
;.. .- that >his establishment : i cowslip regard to' milk. :-of; Florida,*' soaking. 1 from Colour Panama' ;, and it,' issupposed to our, stock. 20 penny,nails 7c1lb.flO! Cashier'' '
a. : i would and, butter production., then more- effective.and ,*t;leas cost: I that tb. : snake went to r,,8.$ni :r'.lI.UIr:8e: ,':' for-lBcT7 < T' D
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t -adyyertisementl abe'',..* in+the bunch 'of. banana and 'rd : :
not-,believe During the year1 on !.test per'' chamber; olommerce I deep. I : ' ; ' A. CAISOP "n
'T>ring ',the".'desired, results. But ,the fed'a daily grain ration compoe ed.of ,.inil'loridavsh have one 1 woke np in,Atlanta' I{ U of a,varU* ( t tt I S
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following morning'he found that his 10 pounds;good mixed dairy feed' of i the.new .flags.; and! -citisens 1 shotaUL. t ty; .never; before seen here, though CUT "PIuEC I 11S""/rr FLDUN : "

3 'tore, ,had been burglarized three and a liberal mount,of alfalfa meal, .how, their>-statepride by, ownin, I probably common; ins Panama: -e'r ; 'JI. :, "t:,; : LEr., ..,,
,, .times during the night. rSurely and beet pulp, and was given aIl thsilag.'she oba.'A.flag will be purchased the ,On'' numerouoccasion; >> tarantualsis .of 11":1:>'" \' .4iZ 'r'40 ". ... ''IIi* 'iPL'e1'41 :-
'he refleeted."if burglar 'are' responding .would consume readily.. chamber of commerce; of Panama I vs been'difcowr'edin. hunches < '" ''" I .
l' 10 readjly. 'to advertising, She also had the run of 'a 'good pastore t7 ' bananas I> shipped ''her* .from Centra; :'QUICK '&&ALE8 AND'8. c, -1" "! ,\
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f' f'" inflvenced-'IL.IJeneefOl'th.I' ahallcadv of running,water and r< plenty of.I4 Does<'thUiiubUmweather. .. ; male. I on:record. in when'a snake p Gib .

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