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 23, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Kissimmee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Osceola County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Osceola -- Kissimmee
Coordinates: 28.303889 x -81.412778 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-
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Bibliographic ID: UF00091504
Volume ID: VID00956
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Kissimmee Valley
Preceded by: Osceola gazette
Preceded by: Osceola signal
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1 70 BARRELS POTATOES : Adjourned" ; 'Session AUTO .ACCIDENT SC'DISL'', W, Decoration Day NATIONAL.'TRIBUNE: > V ,

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,. PER ACRE IS;,RECORD Of Reconvenes Circuit, Court A/on. INJURES. ,SEVERAL I G.- T. U,. '.MEETING I. .For' 'Next Dixie Monday Land; PRAISES; WOBK(OF '1. '" -


FOR OSCEOLA FARM KISSIMMEE MEN WELL ATTENDED '*I 'HONJOE, : SEAlS ie

i The February term 'of the. circuit ,; Mooday April 28. will be observed
court,' which adjourned on. account as the Southern' --Decoration; Day, J; ,- '. '

'K: PMiaasea; .Grows Wonderful Crop of the illness ...eral'member-a -of Track Ditched At' De.bU Tarn Pirns St.' 'Owi Suds Big Deleratie__'. Other when cities Kissimmee. in common with Flacky. Fighter:a.......,Of"v.qr. "
the grand will convene in adjourned of plsl.land."W honor
,if 'Irish '.tat... Which Crjde. session jury'next, 'Monday. April Archie. Criss Benesik Axle .; -Piscmss, Isjusiylttsty !. Dress its dead . tieaal ,RefcsbHifsHosr'' and 'NIi. a- -

V ""Nearly. Oas Hundred Tar E6th. .. Y.... McKay Dropped: -Over. r DoiUe M. ber... .Next Some fourteen confederate veterans .... TraimJaf. Soldiers'Heeie. A

CeaL No. 1. One of the casts of general' inter Fence-Pikers Hut. Tsar's Slogs sleep in beautiful Rose Hill -J'
est-coming before the gram!'Jury:'at cemetery and every year loving .. -,
'Potato 4 Its heighth' inOseeola this time will be that of the State An auto'accident which was 'ser- The' Osesola D"latnet Woman'. hands coyer each.mound?wlthftow' :The National Tribune;'' organ ''of''

county_ this week and the vs.'Fred M. Bass, 'who is' charged Ions In its consequences occurred on Christian Temperance Union met InKissimmeov ers ,and place a'' tiny confederate the. G..JU E.; Veterans, published 'at'
majority of the growers sro' having. with mayhem., ,Bass.. ,' was arrested the Orlando road Sunday afternoon Friday and was attended flag at the head. There Is,, a atand- Washington.. D. C.. recently printedthe
55 the crop dug. several weeks jsgo on, a warrant in when a truck being driven by a part; splendid delegation from St lug committee .of ladies appointed 'following commendatory artlcl.) 4
Two of :the' prominent growers,' which'.he was charged with gouging of Kissimmee young, men .ran bit Cloud aswell the local .member. from the U. D.; C.. membership to concerning' the' worth of Congress ,
''/Maws.-Hansen ,and King have ali out the, right eye of Editor-.W. B. the ditch on a sharp torn,,. injured and tbeir'triende.T'h. perform this service. Joe Sears in the National louse of
ready 'sold'their, .crops-delivering' it Harris'of the' Gasette; and after the several of the party. morning. session was called to The, banks and postofflce .will observe Representatives: ., '. K
but week and 'received what was .preliminary hearing before Judge ,T. Archie Crirn a boy\\of seventeen, order by Mrs. M..A., Clark president, the holiday asr usual. .best ..In..le.hanW'cbt..1'ft..
considered,.a, splendidprice. $12, per It. .Murphy in .the county,'court was the nephew o>. Mr. and Mrs.-: W. U and th. devotional exercises', was ever, seen in this House. was'' the
.barrel 'for number.. .. 1's. and '11 for bound. over under, a.. *5.000bond,.to Arnold, whom he was visiting., wa lead by Mrs. Brand of St. Cloud.: M. E., MISSIONARY' SOCIETY, comment'of one of the oldest Members -,
number.T*.- .:: "'" "' await the action of the grand jury. drlYinlf'' the truck and ..' he neared The< usual business routine, follow. TO MEET WEDNESDAY. of the' House 'that time when' A

.Mr.,R. P..Hanan. had: out t.a .tenaere .Following ia the list.of grand jug. the second turn near,the Clark Howell ed >when minutes of the last meetingwere 'literary Representative*William Jan Sears,* oC
field'! on his place opposite the orl: ; place he met several cars whose read and, approved, and, com.mittees ,,The regular' meeting of the Fourth JHorida' ,..beat: the* ;
city on' the'east shore,'of' Lake:..Tohopekaliga. .;",s.-l..trIb.1f.1f'W') '." naia; la,.. approach .had been hidden b,.. the wore appointed' the Methodist Missionary Society, redoubtable"", District. ? ;:,Rivers
I When dug the" spuds mond Lanier CfcV. W.'O"entrWt.1 F. peach &1'0". It Is difficult to tell The report of the St. Cloud Union; was held at the bungalow Wednes. and Harbors In'''a .fair- fight,-on'.tb*
I .neasnred up on;an ,average of seventy' C. Bryan- H.; FunVW" ;,W. Carson, just bow,. an automobile accidentuppens as, read by: 'Mrs. Riley, showed a day .:afternoon with Mrs. C. E. Hll ftoor'and secured the addition to tk
barrels. per';acre' ;,and traded: C.' B.' Buckfcy.: JAR.*Johnson,,Bj' B. ,but in turning out the truck' flourishing-, condition of. .the or nl.utlOll" ton president of, the organisation;, as ndtag". appropriation bill:} of*|tw....
.. [nearly 81 per cent number 1's. Even Story W,,, IL..Farmer.. '.W..W"' h.)'. left the road and was ditched. It Is ill that dty. It' has thirty leader 000-for the Improvement of the har
'the culls be sold 'tor. $Ape r barrel. W. F. Kenaey/C.;: C.aasat O. P. Ar- thought the axle .truck young Crim paid members held seventeen meet The program was :an Interesting. bor of Key West In his district:Now
S.: B. Xnltxnon; who adds to bis potato rowsmith.. J. H. Bronson, R..,V, '''Phillips In the thigh tearing. its way to, the ings- and has,, fifteen subscribers to one, including-'the 'following num. that was a victory nd..d,'but to fuT-I I17'.Ppredate.bow'lll11Cb
,w average each.year. has oat between J.W.: Killer'Albert'Acres, J. J.wooda'1I. bone. and pinning 'him beneath the the Union Signal. hers: of a victory s
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,. eigbt)'.,and ninety .acres .of W. S.' Bronson .\ .. Sharp, machine and the ',nee./ ' ,. Mrs. Coleman read the' report for Reading Training' for Christian It 'we..in fact one must understandwhat t
.puds,, sad {is beginning to,'dig'this. G. W.. Persons,';J, R'Bronaoa.-J-; Hunter, happened along the Klsslmmoa. union, giving the Service.. Mrs. J. R.- Bronson. the procedure Is when river and'
i week 'Mr.'. Aultman expects..to em. Grif fln,.Tie' JJ.... Wi.LrBron.onrA.: . about time of the accident and membership as 22.' ReadingChina"* 'Mrs M. A.. harbor appropriation bills ars-up ,for
I J>1of.a hundred ,med' 'until the crop is outs of, the. ground. J. R. v.a. .-'Ir 13..'oalkDflht." E. be ". medical treatmentsHe NeaU ,,state president i of the W. C. Reading, >"Christian'" Homes ascruiting "Re- It is this way:I The bill Is' made
*,He'' says his potatoes<- are. not., as B. Havens H. .FertlvP.. + '+('Oro-' was taken Orlando Monday for an T..u.,', arrived, and was asked, to Stations, Mrs. 'A. W., ..Bally. ,p in committee which is one of the)
large as usual but .wfi makeup in maand_ Ca A..'Carson,'l.s X-Ray'-'examination- _,iwas speak In behalf of the\orphans over } Hilton largest committees' :' in, the House.
'qnsBttty what they'1Dlpt lack'along thought that he was also injured, Ma.. Miss'' Neal ,believes the need !.In: read' Spiritual on the Members go before the 'committee to''
this line. The present prospect for 'LAWSON IS CANDIDATE ternally.:. "v ' V : of our help In that direction may not topic,* "The Bible's beer plead for appropriations for their

',prices is the highest- ever received ...F Iii tCs4 city state* Other boys In the truck were Allan bo. needed after this 'year. *._ ' age which was reproduced from districts and ,bring 'all the'(friendly''
;hen, for potatoes sold on'the; Cbl_- that ho"will LewsOTVfOf beVa sro and Jacksonville markets Vthtt for 'delegate to sprained ankle; Jack Simpson whose ," followed by Miss Neal who school convention at Gainesville, to I on.the committee. When'the bill is.
week for 120 barrel. approaching primary all realise their which she I was' a delegate.. : reported to the House the
Donald mothers commltt.
( ;, per the National, convention from the thumb :was dislocated and urged to : /
W. L. Davis has a splendid. ten acre Fourth*congressional district.. ; McKay, who found himself on the responsibility girlhood? '. .Mrs. Farnsworth,. who was a. for is prepared': to" withstand all raids
potato field at the'Davis f.rm..t The delegates from Florida will fence with both arms hanging over. ,f Mrs. Coleman ](ra. Clark and others : well known worker bi the churchand upon ,it by.'dissatisfied.'Members> [
Campbell Station which he expects to the convention unrestricted: but Mr.go It is fortunate that the top wire was took ,part in the discussion touch dent had i served, ,the society as presi the House who- have been disappoint
will be a winner. Mr. Davis stated'I Lawson If elected he will vote not barbed for be skidded some distance inr! upon immodest dress of mothersand years' ago.when she resided in ed in their"'requests for' appropria
that he would not until the said- says Kissimmee, was askedto address- the tions.'
dig .If his from the force f.th..lalL'.EXUIT daughters .general lack 'of mod.em. Word Is passed around that
Watson president
idle to' -allow the spuds. to. 1I'oII1J; .fo/ mating :, She graciously respondedwith am.ndmeDta"DIU" ,
of May, name'1a proposed He is also unalterably and the familiarity boys and no be .allowed
thoroughly mature. to the League of FOR DEMONSTRATION girls 'of today. >, ; a spiritual talk which 'was of that: if once the'' guard .Is broken'
'1.It. has been estimated by those Nations opposed and If Mr. Watson's nameshould ,KITCHEN., Miss Neal urged 'women- ,to standby benefit to all, of her hearers:, : down;.'*m .flobd 'of-' amendments: ;
I who are familiar with the situation, eomeibefore the convention their sex, to, study political meetings - The social hour followed --when pour that 16,000, barrels of Irish potatoes: he not' aomet other' 1"The first of a aeries of socials given candidates for, office educators Mxe, ,W. .B., Harris'and, Mrs"W. C. that it may fail. or be vetoed, and soeverybody f'
I will''M';shipped 'Yrom Kissimmee", this, candidate1 wouldsupport whose views, co--tacide' with by the Blothers'Teachers'' Club . f' ,>t. : ... Bass; who were hostesses,' served re lose out. ' ',
,: his own on this question I for' the benefit of the demonstration etc.Mrs., W. J. pp gave-a fins talk freshing Iced tea with asorted', cakes. ',As,:a rule'this' plan. works.-' The
rseOF.: HONORED' l kitchen equipm.nt'and furnishings, bringing to light some of- the Influences I committeemen stand fast, all the'

..' A.. H. _FILLERS.. . was held at the, home of Mrs ,W J. of the schools 'of higher education CO.SVNDAYSCNOOL''CONVENTION friends they have favored stand with'a
; Trof. A. 'H.. Fillers returned. Sunday 'v"-: IMPROVEMENTS I IN: and the anaolYJIcI. problem,ot them,' and the disappointed ones are
i from.' Gainesville where ''i three living' 'rooms' running the apparent indifference of mothers. loath to allow to allow anyone to get
be .went to trir.to the aqtinal state the length of the house were thrown ., Mrs Ward ledthe noon tide.meet- an amendment through since they
conference of high School superintendents. -; .CASIN.D'J PLANNED open as one and .were beautifully '. : '.',. MEETSIN : could not get their appropriation.
55 .. ... .Prof. .Flfsrs took part on decorated with flowers.' .A regular .deluge of rain greatly on.' Thus' the spectacle is ordinarily
> More than thirty guests enjoyed a delayed the afternokm. \feessiton, but presented of the House turning down''*,

i" 'the."Sciences program.reading'. in Our Hivh Schools.'a. paper Sub ''I "MORt JORDAN most dellehttul.,' evening which took Miss Neal made a convincing,,,talk KISSIMMEE MAY4 proposed amendments. >._
ject Matter Methods, and Preparation :' \ :)'*C BY the nature of a, community sing, for on the slogan for the present year When the bill came up in the

of Teachers." So ahlyswas-thesubject' ) the old familiar songs,wen sung by which is "A Double Mem nbip." "" House In'Committee of the Whole
; .. handled that Prof. Fillers C' C. Jordan-who recently joined-- all. the guests, old and young alike.._ She urged all unions to get busy andmake" The"following Interesting ,program Mir. .Sears offered his : 'amendmentand .
asked* to serve on V permanent KIssImmee'sfcuslnesselrcl. *. man.ager .These-were"followed byselection w"planthen work' it>out,, at has. been arranged_for .$he", Oseeola advocated it. The fight'.was. loet'w. t.,
was County,, School '
committee 'of educators' to a ,' is making by Miss'Ada .Wagner and C. L.Basford. once. Sunday Convention, and strenuous. The' Chairman of the "
I. 'course, of"''study for' science arrange in'the"nigh plags.torplacethe'/ picture, apiratns who' were'' accompanied by; At'Mn.' Clark'srequest MI.iNe.1 which meets atthe Christian church Rivers. and Harbors Committee
: Miss'' Louise Thomason the In.Kissimmee Tuesday May 4 1820 his card when.... '.
schools. ',-- - 'with'two new' maehines-whlch piano presided during the election''r of of fleers : played last- despairing "
Prof. ."IIn'was also invited tobecome will be equipped with electrical. Mas- MIn James Earle Lopfer- gave ,wbjch( followed.,' ff ,, I. Farmer 10:00.;., Devotional, Rev; J., J. -,, '{(Continued on 4Pa.r Three).

:', .a member of the faculty At da lamps. :> He expects to leave for several realistic readings, when anespecially The ladies chosen to 'gulde the destinies 10:15.: Addressof

,, the summer school but' is -uncertainyet Atlantaabout the first of' ,May to i pleasing by. Miss"number'Buckles'atthe was 'aeot'ompantecl of the district convention I Overstreet.. ; Welcome, 3t .L. RECENT DEEDS' FILED FOil. :.
Lucy
Wot.beth.r"he will accept..the. offer purchase the/outfit. through the coming year were: Pres ,10:20. Response 'F. B..Harvey. RECORD
.'r GnD Mr.' Jordan is. having S"the: "theaterscreened piano. f ident. Mrs. J.. C. RUeyof St. Cloud:, 'I 10:25. Appointment of Commit-
. i The conference! 'was specially interesting -. this -weekwhich will addgrur talk The hostess. of'the'made an interesting secretary, MVs., W .H. Colemann of !tees.:.. ' Among the instruments filed' fie '
this 'the events of, the to- the and comfort telling need of.co-opera. :, ( .
year, pleasure Kissimmee treasurer, Mrs H. M. 10:30..A S"IDpotItum-Th. Sim- record at the boose
county court
session Including the state declamation >f his patrons. He says he hopes to tion in making the room 'used bymany ] Breaker of Kissimmee. Mrs Riley
attractiveBy School's Part to the Problems of during the past:week are)
contest, the, interstate'debate' Improve the theater' service and to strangers Smith nominated Mrs. Ward of SV.; Cloudas t:1. .Mortgage deed from I A. E.. Ttndatt '
Miss ,
.. request. gave an .
" when the students,of Florida Univer* shows pictureshere before' they asdisplaced vies president T1mperaD "
account of some of the work in the A., S. Nelson. to Bank of Oseeola County. :
,
,; lilt)' and Louisana University were in Orlando. county especially with the boys ,and Mrs. KIbbee of St. Cloud '..,. 10:46. !rft..lon't.Eld..J. P. Haner. ..Warranty deed,i from -J. H. D ne-,
" track Child
opponents The Sixth annual BRIDGE PARTY FOR WED. girls. She.,. expressed,, her appreciation pointed .superintendent the, 11::00.- Social Life, William Lander gun et'tut to John J, Johnston. *
and field. meet was arranged .for Sat-. of the help and encouragement: Weltare.departmeqt..nd Mrs. Clark ', Warranty deed from J. C., Tyler
""MI' mrda1Peoff,.' plpaant .NESDAYAFTERNOONCLUBDtlu : given by the Mothers, dab. . was,, made- superintendent of the T. I1llS.; ,Association, Work, ,. Mr. to the;Oaceola Guarantee Title Co. ... 6!
., Fillers had. a return -' > 'Mrs. Frlpp-was aasisted'by'Mry.Rountree .I I.,department and Mn.-Ward .of the Alex.; Linn.. Gen. See. tW&rrantY"deed from'' F. ,B. ,Bob,,
trip, coming by auto across.with Frances Bay hostess, to '
was in serving i iced tea with Americanization department ,,12:00. ,,Adjournment. .. b .. .
!, '. Superintendent:Johnson; of Or- '.the Wednesday afternoon bridge dub jumbles, .''whlch'wu" demonstrate The St.r Cloud delegation was warm Afternoa Session.. Warranty deed from W..T.'Ecklejr.
k amp county. .\ this week, entertaining, at the home 2:30..Devotional. et J.'F. Free. ". "
? at the community. kitchen. at a .recent. In its expressions-of appreciation forthe.courteeles Rev* J. ,T. W. eu ',
MRS. B. BRYAN GIVES 'PRETTY of" Mr: and Mrs. Bolce,' meeting. ; d *- : : received, for the kindly Stewart,', , Warranty- deed from' Sarah I*. 0'
; High score for the afternoon was 2:45. Preparation of Eelch to Thomas B.,White .
The silver offering amounted ,:to reception .and entertainment provided Sunday I
c LAWN PARTY.; mad.' by)In: Hi i S.-JGeirer for the School , '' ''
.Deed
from
Te.eliera"Be.O. 'EIla
'. more than ten dollars for Its personnel. B; Falls.' Marr Wright>><
club, and, MnC Walter; Coble of Orlando 2:15.. Flynn-Harris-Bullard. "" *
: Song. : .
The> home oA Mr. and Mrs. Bart :\
for. the guests.' They received 2:20. ,
Business Session.. Cemetery deed from. City oftJUaalmmee.toC.E. -,
Bryan1' on Verona street was the lovely decorated candies as prices.1 J Touriisf'RegretsLeaving, 100 AcresCarieCloud' 3:30. Round Table; conducted ,by . Hantsuger. .
'eeene of a pretty lawn party on Miss assisted her sister i
Bay
by Gen. Sec.' . Warranty' deed, from .A E. ':Basa ,
'
A Thursday: dtemooa'of last week Mrs. -Boies' served delicious' strawberry For.Si : 4:00.. ,Children's1 Mif et to G. .?* '-. '* '
the ; Marly I :: ; Division. nx: Gt t Maggard. *, .
which was a benefit for St.Johns :
fee cream and cakes at, theconclusionof Nannie Tompson.' ,. Warranty ;deed from Robert '.\Fi>. '
; 7. r.
. building fund, netttasrthe : "
Rectory '
X the'games. -' 420. Abreast the Tema Buss et to'AdnaC. Currier.. .
awn' of |35 for that worthy: cause. 1 Her guests included the 'club hies. The .following letter '... received At'a meeting of the St. Cloud Ten AIeL': LIma. Mr. Warranty.deed from'John: H, -

A lam number of Kissimmee ladies Belle Hornsby: Mrs.. B. B. Simpson, by XlaaIm_, friends, from, on. 'Ol Thousand-Club held last Monday, during '4:30. Adjournment.. tason.et-ux .to Sam,Davis.. *'::, -,Bobot--.....,., , ..
accepted .Mrs. Bryan's invitation and Mrs Walter Coble of Orlando. Florida's :real booatfers who spent the discussion of' the possibilities Evening Session Warranty deed from A, 'J.'Booth-.
and, the afternoon hours enl the past season here but who was of growing sugar cane profitablyin 7:30. to' I .." ..
DevotlonaL Selma'C
Prot : .
A. .,,Doherty.
H.
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i' the'shady veranda i and lawnY, MEETING, OF: ST..,JOHN'S'UIi.D lured to'him Minnesota. home b,- the .this' section ,T. I.. Comer memberof Fillers.- ," . ,f ?i''. ,I. .. Warranty deed from Mary'f', ., "

Jtt dock golf> proved fascinating for 'Th.St. ''JohnGUd balmy days of spring the Lookout. Committee reported 800. Building the'unday School, Florence to .Mary,E.,Loomls.. .
' of the guests aentmctal: :! of the Episcopal Friends '
1 many Dear : )' that: arrangements,were being made Rev. Louis Entsmlnger. <. . w- ,; '. w '
://5i'; race ;amused 'others and a guessing.contest church' will meet 'at. the home Well, we are.back home'.pln,lIut by some, 'out-of-town' capitalists to 8:40. - ; '
Song. : MASONS CONFER M. M. ',
of. Mrs Singe tory, Emmett 'street, *
further entertain- .
provided
find the weather rather tool take hnndrecl acres ofthena '
over one
compar- I :
men t... .A."%,Pram -j **t.>f.akel. Tuesday.-.April.. ..i7. at 8:80 p. m.. 'v'. eel with, Florida. end vnrvon*' tails famona an.1aad. adi .i UM cit v _Linn.8:45.* Facing-- 1-" Ihe. -"'Fsctsi-''" ....MK.". ,,".Alex LtlI D GREE'MONBAYINIGIfr"S .
r .
awarded -for''aneceefuly: pla us they ,had abai-dwlDt.er,(; so nd--proud' -;'' to .make .a.'thorough ; 'Adjournment,, "'" Monday..,..- ': t' .. .rti
::r. : ol. On. '' the 0r-
evening. l1.n'
d won by Mrs. W. AvMc w. did not'miss anything by' going est: of the cane growing,proposition in i : '
JIEEUt'ORLANDOJATURDAY
TRACE ;
Blossom of Masons
tar\golf, Mrs. ,A. W.iBalley.. the ,, ( away. Snow:'is all gone and roads in'this section. The newcomers had ange Ledge ywiR'.
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conferthe M. four -
M.'degree
peanut raee and Mrs. -Earls LupfeivMrs. are good which Is a great relief''asthey already' entered a contract for* use SCHOOHUNCHROflHS4ICC- on applicants. ;/
Schmidt
namely J. G. R.r Jw;
I tor theegne.snglcontesstt..5. ; \' areusually, poor 3n< spring,ti but of the land,' and had asked that they 1" > Cobb '
1s-fm..t..r. and C. 'A
r-lt
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Bronson la
be bad the frost certain
they ma y yet'aa be given tax exemptions on >.; "
.j: Mrs.* Bryan was assisted. In serving .. not all out" and.'We': -hav..lud.'norainn some,.of the lands'that' are --in' the "tht i;.i. '- he '.i" ,&; ",,
dainty afternoon ,Mrs. G. to speak,of "as is Mr. Comer ,that SS J' U elolof F'eenDIOD7.
Booth" yet. Seeding dty limits. reported .
M, ''W7 Best lira. G. T. Singer ,' Miss The' Florida :Track :and Harpel'" will present a mattw'o{
Just about finished! ; but then is 'no exemptions'-could not' be, obtained ....: .
Ethel' JUbnan and Mts. 'S.' P- BulxOnt Field Meet-which' was rained .out?at. pasture and I amr ''told that''fedscars' right...out, but that' he had been assured lunch If" importance' to'the lodge.. ? :
Joe'I' I Orlando, a few weeks ago. wf1l..J'e- Is getting! owing to i the long' !:by some ,of the officials,. that Th. room, which provides' :'the MDlaaU'*. -- ;wilt f
; concladetbe'ai '
wh.n'the satisfactory" 'muh'forrths
,
5S, i ladies the convene"Saturday "Osceola hot Kissimmee .. !ing. : | ;
.of'town attandlng' High School am''w111/ witltDraa. winter, which :took 'more'than-nsoal. if the. new concern'would;, proceed to i .school kiddies Is still. -.- ._.._.......-... . '
i benefit were Mrs. D.'W. WesVMrs.V. compete It also took cat family their prove
more ; one carry out i plans ,to'grow cane
4' Doyle and her 'sister, Mrs.'Boyer,. A count /for honors.- 'F\' tells.... they ,used $200 worth and and, show, that they meant businessthe ing: the> same gratifying. successwhich "F-A. STROUPANNOUNCK: _. ::1'
.U.of Orlando ,_"1."t ri # e '''jl' f Jinrray Overstreet* headc; WE. team very few got along with less than (i tax could be remitted at the ect.rrised'th project from : f;
J I If i ir captain/ with :t c.? K.*Summers '. ( the beginning.. ,rr ; u'- This ":week s :'Issue :-Of the'G... .,
The and

'1 !!.!. 11Nf):.ir: John-Trimble Graham/Donald.;' Chapman. 'NeKa". 'and'Bob-Add it 1100.Is i :too believe-tress cold.',;are. -for still gardens.-ban i time'!>ui. exemption but ,no prom1sat could be:.seTbe'itew Mothers'-Teachers'It'. existence is 'entirely club,' .' due.which. to the or-. contains Stroup for the,the announcement. position of of'-. "/t.4'." /;,. ,
that there could bench .
".' .. trucks of ears loaded with I Gilbert, entrants, to the events of would a not difference Inthe climate> be- .N'' pniut40n'f.lt that thee greater eI.IIeIetaqo eowmlssiooer from.d trW No.'*.- ...'
the'meet. " people"propose't develop Mr.jStroup;: who ,,balls from MissonrU'ls -
BHssimmee'young people and their! ,. of the 'otDdut I would irepay )
i ? tween bore and there at this time'of
; large acnaein '.this sectlon.1tbe one'.of the.-, of. thsr"
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I y,Jhe t.ea1a11aaa.been making a'pretthorouarh the ladles'I .the.'clab f.thdkIahors. ; : owners ...
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plcplc ti'' preparation and_will year until, I> actually experienced, it. first ,100 acne being undertaken to beautiful Fish Lake property wbIch.
-- .. r. -. .. -. givegood.acaunt f Jtsself ,JOIDOrorow. When It -''went.al' to 90 there I gup- >rove/. :the claims thathave been The"'patronage f'tU lunch room Is being brought' Into a' state of Ldevsiofmeatby .....5
Fate aupper---was'Ikgatnstthe'planl"beW. ........""' .....,.. .... .-- < .. posed -it would be warm' here; too made for the lands here. The plans still averages about one hundred and careful handling ;

; .ever.' ,fori,on..trck-.waa..forced.to c_-Prof"A..H.PWera.and .L:O... nice but they tell far me this they only. and'bad that one call 'for' a. syrup mill to:'utilise, the seventy-five, which;, makes It",self .intelligent work.:_ Mr.:" Stroup is i 1&.,,
tg. day so spring rroduct and It Is understood' that much travelled of fine educaaftk
torn back before reaching Ita.destin- ers.wiIl'.ccompa6y the.boys, an 1 supporting. !: i. man
S .ation.' The remainder the'party trip and It Is likely that a large dele- was the last'of March, when H went the question will be given .con- One. "clubkit week *.- membersof - < >njt>road' views, and unusual bo-1 '.,

"s: were eonally disappointedrwhen they gatlonrfrom?,the'school,,;wUl witness to.70'an4then'on-the bad 2nd of;April ideratjoni; later. V. '' ,the _; Mesdames*Snodgrass ness:ability, who''if. sleeted to this- ,

bade ed.the swim and prepared he pleatDEATH . . ; ,they the 4th a but blissard and since.'more"snowon "We 'While It' i Is known that''a' sugar refinery Fripp. Maklnson' and Lopfer pre> i offlce.,'will aO doubt prove a valuable. :

for the feast to findth ; haddis, indeed lucky, to'ba.none.'been .are and ': '. costs several'- million dollarstis -, pared Taplco pudding as special addition to'the" board of. -county. commissioners. '" -'
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appeared. At last' accounts .It.. : has OF MRS. NORA LONG' : only wish we" bad stared a"couple'ofweeks away believed 'that when'enough cane treat and were amply repaid: for their ,"* < 1f
pot been located. ' lfMrs.J Nora Streeter "Lone of Jopin. i longer .I enclose ft for-six s"grown 'furnish the raw material effort by the pleasure of the guests. ,*
Mo.; who has been.In KJ slmmee months r ; the sugar mill will be taken care One small'child .exclaimed to.her MRS. STEED HOSTESS.".Atf "
': ;.i,'rSOClAl-AT,, .. THE JL>E., LUPFER\ for '....ral. months- boping J'tbat the subscription Sincerely\ to-the Gasette. of.: ,To begin ,with-the mother that ..enfnlfl ."Oh Mamma, BMPGE. .\

'III' ,*, :HOME?.TUESDAY..NIGHT change might benefither' healthy .. C-BUCK.. : be Cane patche..an be-:ttspo.ed'ofIn we, had:lemon; In't.acups 'toV' # ?
( \e .' isssed'beyond-'Sunday at the' Manlattan A. the. ,.form'of syrup. at a;good pro ,**#'"." J. ,...... ,.... ..-.-... ....,.. " ..3 MWW'X :Seedwas; 'fcstsea ..tisftvl.week .
social will hen at the home 'boielr' 'Death' CAPf. fit ' } .. , 7 1
eaued GARDEN ; '
> A was -bJ' SOCIAL''AT. . ; .af ''I' entertaining' :the Monday, if.'
;, of Mr. and Jn..J Earle Lnpfer: ,heart .failure .', '. : ";' : JOHNSON'S J RESIDENCE, FRIDAY :.The 'St.- Cloud-l lands-have> been ;;; .. J, .(cji'S.-' .. > purchased* -> what ternoon bridge. club, at her home err;

r. .next: Tuesday ''eventag/ under- the ,Her brother-favlaw, Hirfey .c. mous (since the days! of Hamilton is known. the' Hirtcel grove about Clyde. avenue. Other-. 'gods ,r
." L auspices"of ,the: '- eaeberr' Long.;.who was fa ,this-vidnity.iwas:' A garden Asocial, .:begvlen: ', by nsston.! 'who. grew, the grit aaecess- ..mile from tII>t,'city Ibaltsalo afternoon were >Jaad ...... J
i. cub .top demonstration, ,equip communicated l with end came at once St John's Guild at the home of Capt. fin crop 'of sugar' canein, Florida. hard: toad to'.SvCfaw.,and .is. mod'In u \ jSjLuWaltat;QIIIe.!
J went and fnmishjng. ,. .- to aceompany the body back to Jop- and''Mrs.. ., IE-
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:' -. Clay 7oh.soeFriday The Distton"'plantation ,incluaed art *..a modern, co atry._ borne tfcere. a '.
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... *btI'ydntPinterep. : tiq ..this ,,cause' lie,,.for;; burlaLV,Hieleft, 'Monday/on. : ril 80, at 3:30p. m. All are oordlaUy 'of-whk la now the dty., ,of "". The ..carpenter*' begejiwork. t.'this. Jfcsrl ....yweat a1 pw..,fprlBSias

+| ; 1 ,f ..,..,..,,1'f." I Ij the afternoon, ' train... ,.,. # "farrrted.; Beofltor'R.cto7lhmd: ." '. -St.SClond-Trft n!.' weeks. 4'' ". \,"...,..""'..,.,,, ,;a reward,fersterUchscote., .,, ,
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:100.. rn!- }Lszsti.eIs 'Osceola' f M t InvitedTo* THE: PROIWOHUS WOMjfo SHIES! ;'t?t, T '. ',

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1# Now IB.Half' a AmericanizationSchool at' Orlando 'SHOULD: SUPFMT FOR TW'D'YEARSLei MILLINERY SALE



,* MilliOn HomesTltyrerakte PRY AN'-fQR SENATE Angeles. Womaa. Lived. 'la Bed, .. .
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tbe1rI.stkwdb') Subject Your' county, uk.ct'to aced fiBowed Chair Until She .
_ District Americanization '
send delegation V -
CaldweIr.syrap Pepe.Y School at Orlando ,Apr In retiring from the presidency of '.Started ea Taalac."I .' I' .

26 to April 80. of the Anti-Saloon League of Flor had to be ,cared ,for lust like
Jhr.W HERE there are women. Da you want to know more about ida, Hon D.: C. McMullen say* that a baby before I began,' taking' Tan- 'rr, S ..SailoTsSriithatsDress.
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and yo andelderly the great dangers which confront the yielding the chair to the newly lac," said Mrs. Alice Murphy
peoplethicken nation at this time snd how they will chosen president Hon. N. C. Bryan, 1601 Pennsylvania. Ave.. Los Angeles '
well to have a mild gentle cUng and are affecting Florida, although he does 'so 'with pleasureand assurance Cat ;
i laxative like Dr.CaldweU'a Syrup. we have' no show of violence? This that .under the ''veteran "Two years ago* I had a 'very 'sovere. Smart' Spring Models 'r
Pen handy. This is a combss >> and hundred other vital questionswill fighter' Mr. Bryan, the prohibitionwork I ,attack of muscular rheumatism. : ,
nation of simple laxative herb 'be'' answered at the American! in the state will be well cared' ." ahe continued "and no one

with pepsin which doM all that is cation School, for this district which for and guided aright. ,. I'I know the, pain and ,torture I have Four Price Grouping
required in oonstlpaUon and does' will be held' at the Presbyterian Mr.. McMullen who has been ''pres suffered since. My hand: swelled In'a ?
It with safety and comfort. It Is church 'In Orlando beginning; Monday ident of the league in Florida for the until I could >hardly work my fingers {
x free from narcotic and.may be evening, April 26 to Friday evening past eight years ha.,loyally led the i and I haven't been able to put on :
given to babies. Half a mUBoo. April 80. Good music and the fight, not only in his own locality but a pair of shoes because my feet were $14.95 $9.95 $7.95. .$4.95,1YowellDrew"
S a ,motbereb.ve It In as many nod names of many well known men in throughout the state giving; of his swollen so. ,,1 had ,sharp ...-pains .
I American homes,*and these families the state and nation make up an ex time energy and money, many times through my back so bad that at
are healthier for it. Every cellent program. Business men making great sacrifices to engage in times I'simply, could'not keep from ,
q'' drugstore sells Dr. CaldwelTs teachers, ministers and young people county and state-wide campaigns for screaming Sometimes I got so diz-
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V Syrup Pep a. are urged to make up motor partiesto the drys, and has endeared himself say I everything seemed'to spin around '
d :;,' jot attend the sessions of the school' In the hearts of the prohibitionists of and then- would* have sharp pains '
ti itftt of the fact AM Dr. CaldirrU'rS while Mrs. Edgar Lewis, former i the state by reason of.hie great helpfulness and-a'chill7..feelinJr afterwards.. I - 'CO- ,',
'".p PepuinktlwL.r.rxadUns tederation president, has asked the' the Mr. McMnllen
to cause. was so helpless. that I,lived
tid laxative In to .wri over 6 million h des add 1 year.man,",1Io..ad In benefits hvtnetyetiu ference. The day sessions will run The 21,861 prohibitionists who from one place another.. =\f

,jottrnamianjaddreti dlt. If you have for*not free",lend trialMtU from who 10 a.cannot m. to remain 4 p.m.for., so the thatthose evening voted for state-wide the prohibition who aside will "I tried every: medicine .or' treatment '. ....... . . .0..0..0.0. .. ...,. ..... ...... ...... 1 VJ
not man put hear "
forget "we could of, but it was .
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Dr. W. B. Caldvttt. .
" I to gitSt numbers leave home at a personal affairs and answered the 4
.W.aMn, ton MonOctUo, UlincU. may mODe/ thrown away and I got so .
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reasonable time each morning and call to aemce' during the state-wide blue I did not eare to live. Then my
LL's return the same afternoon. campaign where service 'was needed I husband"read'in the papers about I : "1 ,4eO0
CALDVVB
DR. Every citizen 'is invited to'attend most. While he will yield the chair Tanlae and by the time 1 had takenit ''I''
I SYRUp.PEP'SIN as many sessions as possible. No to Mr. Bryan; thus dividing the honors four or five days I saw it was I };
admission will be charged no fees yet Mr. McMullen will not lose Now after r'I t
helping me. taking i several 1
I + 'L' THE PERFECT LAXATIVE co n../..ti and Tin-- contributions. asked his interest,. in the fight the brewers bottles, I cant praise Tanlac s s Qo
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,, 1 : ;; --Dlrctor-. C. Riley, making / i
according to and a friendly press are now nerves are so much bet l'
.. u who says, "This school is being puton upon the Eighteenth Amendment,' to ter Isleep like a child all night % i :
,1 SHOWER FOR by the General Extension: Division ; nullify it by non-enforcement of the long. I am already doing my house frJ"
t LINEN of the University of Florida and prohibition laws of the nation, but he work again and it Is the first time 1>r
MISS JEANETTE PREVATT State College for Women to acquaint will continue in every way possible in two years I have been able to get f.I.'
all Floridians with the menace which to further the cause of sobriety and around at all and wear my shoes" i
? Mr*. M. M. .Miller gave a pretty confronts us. When Florida 'crops the general good of the people.Mr. Tanlae is sold now by all druggists 1f.
linen shower Saturday afternoon at rot for lack of transportation faculties !- Bryan has been for three years everywhere._ I' .
her home on Church street in honor thousands of dollars are lost first vice-president of the Florida .!.
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of Miss Jeanette Prevatt, whose approaching and the progress of the state held League and it will be remembered NEWS NOTES OF HOMEDEMONSTRATION K1.
wedding to Malcomb Over- ; it 1s time for every one to study that he occupied the position of pro- WORK :'
f t, street had been announced for the the causes and to be able to. act intelligently hibitlon house leader In the patthevral :

near future. through greater understanding sessions of the Legislature, and The home demonstration agent of ;\."-,:
r, The Miller home was attractively of the organization, operation led the prohibition hosts in the fight Gadsden county has held three successful !
decorated in a pink and white color and underlying principles of the for state-wide prohibition and the one-day meetings with her Beginning April 26thAnd .

scheme, roses predominating among American Government. oschools laws to put the amendment into ef-! club 1s and boys. This plan was ,.
the cut flowers. Tbs same colers reason the Americanization ect. used for the annual short,course in '
4 y were carried out in the ice cream and are being held to give every one Mr. Bryan who has so well repreented that more club members could attend
cakes which were served at the conclusion more information about our government his county in the Legislature when meetings were held in different : for One Week Following : i ,
j of the afternoon when Misses and institutions, both nationaland now aspires to return to Tallahassee communities. ""\v
Alpha WestfaU and Roberta state, and to assist leaders both a. senators subject to the June primary Talks on various phases of club :\
Bronson assisted Mrs. Miller. men and women who will encourage and the people of the state work were given, and with songs, S
:I; The feature of the -afternoon was and organize classes for the study of hope that the friends of prohibition game and a delightful picnic lunch We will Give Away Free
\. I) the presentation of lovely gift to Mvics in their local communities asa In the senatorial districts of Osceola,I each meeting was made most enjoy
the bride-to-be. These were arranged means to off-set the evil tenden- Orange and Seminole counties will {r
+, in a basket and brought in by. the des that prevail at this time. make the cause of prohibition and able.Much interest was shown in the I ; I
dainty Miller twins. Throughout the program a aeries law enforcement safe in the next '
poultry work. The sewing club work
V ', Misses The guests of., the afternoon were: of lectures will be given on American Legislature by electing Mr. Bryan to I seems' to be very popular with the One Flash Light-complete I }sea"":
Jeanette Prevatt, Alpha Literature and the Newer Responsibilities place in the next Senate. girls and they are improving their ;
WestfaU, Dorothy Walls. Lucille of Citizenship for FlorIda By his firm, intelligent steady and bedrooms f4r the year's problem. ,

Hawthorne Margaret. Branson, Frie men- and women. In addition sensible stand for prohibition and I Health work on nutrition,hook worm With the Purchase of Every Goodrich Tire : t
da Schweikart Gladys Griffin, Thel- special lectures will be given on the enforcement of laws of the state,: and malaria interested the children.

ma Woodall Lauretta Snodgrass, laws affecting homes and homemaking Mr. Bryan has a warm place in the All club girls were urged to fill at brought from wat listS
Lncrecia Overstreet and Lillian Harris in Florida, and the future plans hearts of his countrymen and they least 60 containers for the home ,
Mrs. John L. Bronson Mrs. Geo. for health, -recreation and education are glad to see him chosen for the pantry during the canning season.. -S :{!'r'
C. Bronson Mrs A. R. Dennis, Mrs. In tile state will be. discussed. Member. presidency of the State Anti-Saloon The attendance the meetingswas ( ::f
K. F. Hodnett, Mrs. Sarah Prevatt, of the state departments will Tit, and Mrs. Charlie Prevatt. tell how the work is carried on, and healthy influence upon the Legislature club work has proven of great valueto r : tGii
while the superintendents of the in Florida by assisting in the Gadsden county work. P rather ,I'T' ,1
.' GO1NG PARTY state institutions for the unfortunate -! election every two years of good men Two community meetings have bupfer & i '1:1:

and wayward will make specific to go to Tallahassee to kill vicious been held in Leon county. Afternoon :
One of the pretty parties' of the suggestions for the way in which organizations bills introduced by designing men meetings for women and girls with OVERLAND AND COLUMBIA CARS i ;
week were given by Mrs.. .Belle may assist them this into the Legislature and actively assists talks and a demonstration after -a .:,
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Hornsby and her daughter, Miss year. These 'and many other general in the passage of laws for the picnic supper for the community at PHONE 136 KISSIMMEE FLA, \ .
Marian entertaining a number of the and specific subjects .of Interest will well being of the people of our.com large. There was music, also games '
tatter's friend. at the Hornsby home be taken up. monwealth. and moving pictures The people of ", t ,
in Cape Breeze addition It was -hi Among the evening speakers will (Signed) C. W. CROOKE, the communities have been greatly '
the nature of a going away party appear many noted men and women, Superintendent Anti-Saloon League interested in these meetings m that 4 .
'as they are leaving'' soon for their. including the following out-of-state of Florida. they have been instructive as well.as ::<
a Northern home. speakers: Hastings'H. Hart of New entertaining. *
Music and games afforded 'diversion York Mrs. W. Lingle of. the University Florida ranks lint.In the union' in
for the evening and a delicious ''.of North Carolina Dr. Philip the production of turpentine. '.Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.The .
ice course was served with cakes and Klein of Atlanta, Dr. M. L.. Brittain 1irfN HBsrJl t
candies at the'conclusion.! The guests ef "Atlanta, Dr. Charles F. Davis of great benefit derived from the
Moore of Wash use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
were refreshed :with' punch 'through Colorado and W.A.
out the evening. u ington. P. C. Governor Dorsey ofGeorgia 167'99DIED has been gratefully acknowledged bymany ,

BnJoytogtiJi 'event were Misses has, also been asked to ap. Mrs. Benjamin F. ;:
"Chamberlains
Margaret Winn, Johnnie Bronson,' pear on'the. program. Decanter. 111-vrites: ', H
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.Snhl, Kathleen Clockly, "' :
Katherine medicine for colds and coughs we "" 6.
McKay, Edith McLean, MRS. H. M. KATZ ENTERTAINS .I'"
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,,-.. have ever used in our family. I.gave : '
Leile :McCranie. Elizabeth Parker 4.. "
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BRIDGE CLUB.
it to children when small for
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Catherine Tiller, Virginia Lesley, to New York City alone from kidney croup and have taken it myself." ,
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Nellie Woodall. Patsey Makinson One of the pleasant events .of trouble last year. Don't allow ... i ;..>'
Messrs.; Bob Cram Gordon Bullock, Thursday of last week was the I victim THE LILY AND THE ROSE! ,
i1 Christie Summers Archie Jack \to become a by ..,.
.Key, .
at the home of Mr. and
bridge party .
Whidden, .Wilton Graham Walter Mrs. Howard Katz when Mre. Kats neglecting pains and achea Guardagainst friends received : :

It** GrlfAD,,"'Ide. .Harris,and F. 8.' Led- entertained the ,dub of which she is this'trouble by takingmsmv Kissimmee the, following recently written in- _
poem
better.. ,, .. :
; and few friends.' .
a member a memorV .of Miss Annie Thornton,
High,scores t. *
.CARD.,OF 'THANKS.. made by Mia.Frances Bay and Mra. niece, Miss, Roth Harvey, aged ,18,
-, Belle Hornsby..who received box who died Just i five days later.. /'. }
We wish to'extend man" thanks to of lo elyhandkerehiefe as prises. Qt"'I 'They'"will l both remembered 'as : -

t. ,onr''friends for their Mrs.. Kats served a delicious lunch' ..-' ,,,.&..,. havingspent nearly: a year ,here S
: slstance and floral, tributes wring eon including in its. menu ham; potatoes when 'they made many friend
the''! salad The world's.standard remedy for kidney,
recent illness
and death of ourdeer an gratin, vegetable ,
the Kissimme.youngpeople;: :
among
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'.' .. shedder and lido add tronbUe.Holland's
wife, and d uchter,,Hn..Am e hot. rolls and coffee; t .
,Keen. ;,nee ,..Harris ? 4' The'Wednesday afternoon bridge l national -remedy.. since"16B6.AH Within:a'''beauteous garden grew
THARONKEEN.: , club and Mrs. Belle dnacxins, three. Oaaraataed. white'' "
A lily.
rare.
MRS.. Z3 Crawford and Mrs.Horn.b"i.Mn.W. iL, In sash hr W. ....c.w ...... _n w.... pure shed,, '
HARRIS ,N. B. ; .u ; .........-t Herw.'YY' waxen: petals ;>,
1 gram attended the party.;; '-\ < -. -I, Sweet fragrance; la the,air. S 'F-
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1 J With slender stem nd'franIt ;: .

. ... ... ........... .......... .,......" ........"........ ......... .. .....' ."..... .....--. ....". In leaned.every'against,' passing'the'lily gale. strong' ', ix'7'E HAVE the. exclusive: sale of these new and rape- I I'' ,1'i .

)-\1;; nor Knives -butcher knives, paring knives, sllcer,
lovecl little
: The lily the tossAnd .
; sheltered Hi from harm :cooks' knives,'"fnitt'bt a, bread knives, etc.Thi .. I, '.

4 WANTPPAt ; It Each'.- gentie'praenabad,day'' a sweeter charm.for.' her i 'ire,'mido by: the same WCfCHSaraa factory r r

" ,which for more than fifty.years has been world famous for
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:::, " ,.\,v ,,'.;'"... : ",, 'r The' summer:sun began io'scorch-,- F rearmb 'YoawUll11lut, them because they are made si. ;s'wefl +},o
.J ......h... ...'.. '\\: The rose-bud shrank'In-far; 3
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., ONCE > .. "r,'"j... .i"J.- .',: .\1> ',. : And lower bent.her dainty;head, : -. dad stay sharp so lone. .Come.In soon and see them. >* ;: ,

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s .'a I , .'1. . . nav4y 01Ir"'strongest
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'. Ong' :Hundred.+ Men ;aridl);:.':'. ' .. ..mi obeyed; 'and' en-.4. to him, 'Y1'N 1 lJ f rrtmiII. '
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: A cloudlet fleecy white; T] Ii? 7t ,
'ii' : ;:"I'I"1" 1 ." :' '1",1, ;'tr.1'\, '.; \);'" And said, "Go,hover o'er' yon rose1.\, .. ..S . q I.

Women : ,, + ( '.: \1 '. Until. -. ,approach, ,;of.- .night.... ;" ,- .. .'r .. ... .. S .. ," .tji"

1 .' .tiJ.. :tJIoi The cloud de.e.nWtr: ful1 shade 'I 1"
-: '. ; - )" A .' Above the rose-bud camej' K : r ; J
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; : .Potatoes's. $ '" ,, .,, the while'the glaring sunlight blazedUpon. "' 6. PAINTER FERTILIZER '"it
:, :. tt: Dig << .the'Ifls frame., COMPANY'
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Her petals folded one by; one. coatrum: ... '
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: .o still.to linger there ... "
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And .-whisper of 'bar worth-,", .. \
k '101 ; 1:, c:'..' Iisuc7IaoEarOVLTStT' !

; \ ,' : .The cloudlet soared away'at 'ere, t tIt Wclto...)......-l....."z4.1., .,, 2a.e ti.p.p..e.d,,-,. _fa ties srMl. avreiuga O.drrw ': TFlorida

; H. A"'tI''L"'T'; : M.1'N' floated on and onj .-,, ' :
[ and cried
: Than looked toward.earth. :
"'. ;' ._" .., . ... ._ ,. e". .' .. ... . ..-- ' -'"Oh.Sunir' ,4. ---TV'\' .. produces'more' ; ;;long staple 666 cares 'Malaria, Chips and'Kever ;- )
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cotton the kind aNd to
make
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;,. "A. t'C ton; druggists ;and the 'public' havein more'' tbani 1 seventy-fire cents a causes the fever. itt is'a splendid, ldleaatin'.nd

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The next time > (UIY'S STRENtTH, use task. of This.governmental'agencies should be:,done, by':.al the 't.. ', . . 1 '> . ..' ". . .- '. ,. ., ...i '

t ready in existence rather than by the B. \ "
creation of new Paint I
buy calomel agencies and a- multiplicity uy With Your'1y
you itOEOAGAIH of boards.. An effective cooperation : 'd i

aalt k . .I should be established'. by ;., !
for those ;
governmental *
agencies dealing ,,
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in any way with the problem of dls- ;" "
: c ., rENSACOLA LADY FEELS EVERT abled men. C ,
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rt a iONEWHO', Chairman; Sears and, the Commit- : Op :
IS s. '
SUFFERING tee/held/ that men disabled from en..... :
any -
SHOULD : :
. HAVE' A. CHANCE TO cause' should undertake ,a course of ;
I PROFIT. BY HER EXPERIENCE vocational education for .which they -
----. are fitted. 'As far "
aspossible.men. .
y l't / DeeUn tke New ''Medkiae Dnc. should be returned to their old 00, .Thesis*. M much. &t mnat.m&o rfraracter- .'
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"- : Has Br-.pt Relief cupatlons and this cannot be done to .- ,' ofpainta .. *s
F... .Ceatipatieav a kindred occupation.. If neither of . people. Ycm want patnrtbat Hot only look .well on

SIIII .KJdaey.Ltror and these I.. possible then the men should ptopejitK but" that..will pW. jie best' your;
yoo lowe
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be trained for *
S3 Steautck TrewUe.. some new occupation, That i .2-r
eo t. i tJs .
i: : : which should he ehaun hv ttd. man n.eoauQ rfioald Ugr a paJauTcontainlng:
.. Scare
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1 upon his'own initiative r erh'eIi... the .giWtest.MKKU.t'or'ziao "
jeei tnat .nave ; k
a duty to per bad Witiioat palest' npidbr
form for the helpful advice and counsel of < IlL !
the benefit'
darkcna.
; ;' of every sick scale* cv and decay. '!'
.. person In' this vocational .experts. He should. not be ', Surface1 .
.. .- town y telling them, subject to the ;.. :. ..
through the papers,what has brought military control while \ . .. ,
' ,' .... relief to me,_after.eighteen months pursuing, the ''I training,.but should be I
t of sickness, in the same position 'as any-other :.. ,
TJi purif"aed.and refined states Mz . Beatrice -and'youL- "" -
;;, Purris of 189 W. Liberty St. Penacola American citizen taking instruction, f :" 1"1
calomel l tablet that in this case given him IV "t I At.
are Fla In' a signed'statement.' '" by the govern .' ,
'.aauleabe.l;afe and sure* severe*''M,.'beadaches'attended health has been' miserable by ; ment should j While receive taking at least thistraining.the same compensation he* Save' Air MASTIC PAINT ; 'i"Fhlg

t Medicinal virtue retained . in my back' and limbs caused pains me and the same allowance \'' / it : and improred. Soldonly much agony" I also had a distressed i 'which' he had received as a 'soldier, .. "
in sealed feeling In my stomach and it would Policy of Complete Restoration. '.,' ' ,.. -- :<'
packages. fill ,up with after'lOeala It wad rightly argued' the ** (,
gas making by com C ntalne the i - '
w Price 3Sc. me,very uncomfortable.. often had mitt. that the policy of complete :. .. "' ..- 'w pure Lead and round>ertpere In ntat ot ZINC, mired (Ie rrect proportion with .,
dizzy spells which nearly blinded restoration la. that which- costs the I ., . ' genuine Ineerrf Oil. In point of a .
covering
ha
r ap.yftymul longest wear,Pee Co Mastic ,_
me community the least. ,1 great Paint proved 'I
: my-appetite-fef away to almost! As a war. ex during snore than ,
fifty ,
r hot ing. My breath was so'' foul I penditure that.:representing.the cost years. .
could smell it myself. It.. to the State ,of seeing the all Ask us for Fre Paint Book .'. "
O. ., .KRIBB8 c,A..AKBRUXN hard to describe? my feelings."really the way back to his prewar'economic man- "Mema and1 ffrt.to Paint Ttm; or writ!, ; '.':
W. J. BTKBD .
"All this time.I, was taking differ' status is insignificant, in comparison .Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., Incorporated, Louiaville, Ky.
". CRIBBS, AKERMAN ..Arm'STEED \ ent medicines, but. without much suc with other war costs. Practically: no I ,
A"-7. ..4 C.._t.t .. t'W. cess. When the new medicine Dreco additional expenditure ia required
--- .., P1.dee... came to.town,' t was impressed by for completerestoration ,over and OSCEOLA:

/..... ...... ......... .. .allF*tat*...* v.....* the honest frank'" statements, I".read the expenditure required for' any 'f' HARDWARE co. .'.
in the adequate system of
rata Cewrta. papers about it'and began tak ; pensions.and al
what it myself. It ... hard to realize lowances.Such relatively, small additional *
W. B. CRAWFORD a big' change ,this Dreco has expenditures as are in the .
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brought forth. It is almost beyond first place required must be regarded .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW belle ." in fact rather as investment of

Offices: 8,'4, 5, 6, and 7 Citizens "My food digests perfectly, leav public'investments:monies than as.1 items of warcost e i e e I,
Ingckachggr nor pains; headaches and in earning- capacity -
i Bank .BuUdin ., have gone. My liver is and manhood- which will yield

' Klssimmee. I I I t Florida dizziness'acting well and which foul has breath overcome and bad the profitable nt. .OT4AM.. and-returns-- .n>.rtt_..over__..nu. a..{_.long_ .period..V k MA'.
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taste in my mouth. I am full of degree the ofwar; ,
energy forviburden
t ,. DR. R. J. DENNING and have felt light hearted dependency' subsequent

DENTIST. and nappy all the time. I hope every to the war Clearly the policy
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,, Successor to Dr. W. W. Canon.OV. one suffering,at I did. will give Dree of complete and immediate rectors . 4 '- ,.;
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co a trill.All' tion Is the policy which in the 'long .
:, 'the Postoffica > 'good"druggists" now 'sellDreco I run costs the community least,and TIRED; rallying :,to his support" nobly, PATRIOTISM MEANS RENDERING .I ,
CrrICJII HOURS:" 1 to 11:10. 1:1' t. I. and it is being especially introduced effectively"d1i&inJahea the human BODY' throughout the district. ; .s"" '
Office Phone 158. in Kissimmee by the Central Drug wastage of the war. ; .. All of his life, practically, has been SERVICE.,, y
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Store. The vocational rehabilitation plan spent in Florida. He was taken at. iY '
is now in operation and Its benefits ANDSOUL? the age of seven, to Kissimmee by his w.. 'cannot'afford' to'lose tCJ ben..
NATIONAL TRIBUNE PRAISES are becoming to all in practical dem parents and has I grown up with the fits'which resulted from war garden*,
LEWIS .OVRTANATTORNEYATLAW onstration. country. lie, has always besn-Inter. ing. We' have seen the profits of in*'
I't I .WORK OF HON. JOE SEARS Mr. Sean has another plan whlcb Not Sick Bat Stiii Net Yaanelf. add in education. His father.. Dr. dividual.. communities," and the nation '

is now pending in Congress for the Tidak Yeall B. Better Teeaerrewpaly W. .J. Sears, was, the first ..superin which have arisen from this'
(Continued from Page One) education of .the youth of the land tendent of schools In OlC Ola county, planting, cultivating and 'harvesting'
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Waring Building. he read and Y.. .. NeC and the son elected Let's this "' ''
a long list of appropriations at the same time to furnish was county, .u- conserve movementnot
I which had been them with certain perintendent in'1005. He-is merely from a selfish .'
refused by the Riv- a amount of military a lawyer, motive, but also
rat Jofcastoa O. f. OarreM en and Harbors Committee. lie training. He is aware of the TRY TAKING PEPTO-MANCAN and in many respects a self-made because it benefit the community..
then exclaimed: existence of a certain sentiment in man. *' V as 'whole.,, :
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JOHNSTON ft GARRETTATTORNEYATLAW Sleep ... Geed. ,
: "How would the gentlemen from the countrj against what is known Patriotism:does not consist merely
,, so-and-so be able to explain to hit as compulsory military training', and Toalc-More Red Blood. How I. Yor'' Corn pled... (III 'waving the flag and cheering. It
constituents that he could not get an on the other hand knows that the .A woman should grow more beau consists In performing 'some needed
1: Dtlee* 10. 11 and 12 Cuban Bank appropriation where Se.nh.d.been; people are alive to the necessity for Everyone gets run down occa tlfnl.as she grows1 older and eh.,will task-in. rendering some -service ''to,
BuildingKlealiam able to get his'" It looked baU for some kind of military training of the sionally. Sometimes, it's weeks before with due regard to baths, diet .and the nation of which we are- apart.
**, Via. Sean for awhile but the plucky boys so that the country will never you get your energy, enthusiasm exercise, and by keeping her liTer W* have' special need of intelligent a
Floridian had been doing a lot of again be caught napping in unp,.-- and happiness back again. and bowels to good.working/.order./ food production at this thne. Condi
DR. C. E. RUNAWAY quiet missionary work among ibis paredneis as it was when circumstances Any doctor. will tell YOU'to be care If you are haggard and yellow tions lead me to' believe that there
friends and had taken care to nave drew this country into the ful in'"a time like this. Your body eyes losing their lustre and ;whites will be a considerably smaller supply
Is Now Located Over Central them all present when the vote came. maelstrom of the World War. has little power of resistance,1and becoming :yellowish, your'-flesh flabby of. truck-garden vegetables this year,
I He carried his amendment on a Federal Funds for Training. the danger of catching some serious it mayy be due to indigestion or particularly in indnatrial dl.trIct8. ;;s
Drug Store, standing ..ote.FIn.lIy His bill now pending before the disease Is great. Temporarily your to a -sluggish liver' Chamberlain's because. of .labor. shortage Conuquentl
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the Chairman of the Hirers House Committee on' Education, blood has too few"fi htlnecorpu..- I Tablets correct these disorders., ,, we' need. more home-grown, ,
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; and Harbors Committee made would establish a Federal l.fund to cles. food. ,
'Broadway. a ''
point of no quorum and 'the absentee prbvido scholarships In"' Institutions It's the work 'of' these'' same red Andrew Jackson 'was thefirst' governor ,EDWIN. T.. MEREDITH
J. W. THOMPSON Members were >called in' from their that teach military training,. for corpuscles.to keep you free from fatigue . of Florida. . -_ Secretary of Agriculture.Vfl i . '
) officesand voted. They abstained graduates of high schools. The ; Being constantly tired out-
Mr. Sean and he got his appropria scholarships are to be given as results depressed 'in body and mind-r-is almost
Funeral DirectorAND tion. It was one of the very rare of competitive examinations a sure sign that your blood
occasions when this all-powerful so that there would be no chance oil needs help for a time '
committee had been turned down and favoritism. The fund is to be divided Goode's Pepto-Mangan ia a standard yy
overridden by an individual. among the cities .in proportion to remedy in. cases of anemia (or
The incident, is cited to show, their male population between the bloodlessness). It supplies the iron
first, what kind of an advocate of his ages of 16 and 20 years, inclusive.' and other properties your blood
LICENSED EMBALMCR own district( Mr. Sean Is, and next It is proposed? that each holder' of needs to catch UP' with its task'of'
to, show what kind of a "scrapper"he a scholarship shall be given from keeping ,You fresh' and 'alert.,in every
is .when he gets into kind of this fund $200 fibre. ,
be
any a year to uTed in
Store and Chapel, Stewart AT* -. He has had some terrfftc paying board and incidental Pepto-Mangan( has the- hearty en *

Klealraine 91a.M.TILLER. battier? for nomination in his own .<.., .l,_ +..!tn_ t_ K- *...A. expen-T. I. dorsement of vhysiclans. Ie an. .RTe.. -
autnct, lor. notninfr 'ever came to --iued--that-a nation-wide: ; system i ble tonic to take; and maybe had at l t
him in life on a silver platter. He of compulsory military education any drug, store in either liquid or
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tablet
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has had to'in, t way-.up from should be established-it would',take Both have same medicinal
: : ; the, start, and 'is still in the ring. a million of the population out of-In- valne*'' ' ', ';
/ The incident also augurs well for dustry each year, which It Is 'estimated Be aorl to ask for Gude's.' There (sonly I'

Real Agency.M I. his espousal causes in the future, a loss in wages of half a billion ;one genuine Pepto-Manganand ; '
t Estate' : whether they are, first for; his own dollars. .ye.r. Such asplan.it the name_:cude'." should .be-on.thpackage.Advertisement. 0 a
i --. .> -. :..' State and District; or for his country ia complained would make every : ., w"-" ; ,

'. bought and soli ; at large. For Mr.... Sears Is' one of i young man in the country a soldier, "\; ,'.
Realty ; tho.e'.Concrellmen'/ while, ever and there is no need for such a vast had the en.er.'p on in their mouth. .
r.r :. Houses rented.'. alert to local interests do i not con expansion'' of 'militarism.Neither .is i and secured an,education. The. country y : ; ,..:': ,, !fZ
J ; ;Taxes paid and Titles'vented: : fine their efforts. to''local.questions It; desired to have an Immense army. should enable them to get a _, '.-" ; : ,
for non-reiidenta. entirely, but .devote themselves with A .tandlne' army; ''of' 100,000 men training which will, help them to i :-' \\-.J :;:r:,' ... .,. ".
applications! and would half light their Z ; : --
earnestness! .to. the cost a billion dollars.: way through life. The i'I. .'r
Fire.; Ufe ,and Accident: !.-.: broad.r' affairs of the Nation. It 4s 'fgured' out that Mr.>>Sears' question' Is. whether you are going! '; ,
,
# i wane, .. ; Work, for Vocational Rehabllitatiofu.. proposition would furnish '''each'' year to help the.seboys get a higher education. a hearty < *. !
( Indemnity' Bond.' :H. proved this. in', the very signal about ,62,500' trained soldiersand .'''. ... I. .
..., part ,he took In :'the'preparation' of taking in all,the men between, the Mr.. Sears hie' -been afrlenI the L I., you'Havoid .
." " <. " " vocational important act providing ages ?f 21 and 90 would comprise*a veterans of the Civil War, as well as I '. '. "!r ,

I ....,I..ICA... .__. __..rehabilitation._.._11. _........,_\.._ _of__returned_ __ army',of. 625,000 ;men.uIn :.time of tkino the intorvit In the' fiu-htlnir- heirs \, t that'stuffy ; a
".1.& .u. J: peace, tnese men woaid oe engageu of PnMntclar" Helias. secured / "
the*:World '"WarAs. f phairman : of In their regular lines' of work but the \ Iome ,SB special f"'llIC'
DR: BUCKMASTER'r' the Commlttee."'on Education ,of"the at the call to arms..-' in defense of pension bills for Civil War veterans, .,
; ., House be?reported out of committee their' country' they would be ready and this too in face of the fact .that If wo.chew,;: ,
r' measure which became known as the and prepared to make good: They each Member the Hoase by. cus .., ''i
Smith-Sears bill:- taking its title .would know how to .'fight. ton la limited to three such bills per ;a stick of i4e
: ,HSSIMMETS from'the! 'Joint participation of' himself ,"The bill provides." said Mr. Sear; session": . .. ' '- : ;
( and 'Senator Hoke- Smith (Ga.), "that'' for 'a, certain length ''of time Soldiers'. Home at St. Claw
,' ", Chairman-- of the'' Senate. Committeeon served 'In a military school by the He. is.. at this time trying to get 4e "
OSTEOPATH EducationMr.;, Sean, committee boy the boy shall in case of war through Congress a. bill for the; location \WIIG '' '
: : i- ''held Toe the, hearings -an ,the bill, respond to the 'country's ,can and;' ofa' branch- soldiers', home YS. ;
and so' did Senate Committee, give a certain length of thne''to neat -.Sfc Cloud in Oseeola County .
/:- tAltlBANK' and the- immense 'importance: 'it I. serving W.. defense ofhis Govern Fla. lie has introduced a bill in.the rt;. r C'i. ; '"
:, BUILDING, was full brought/rout the two-com meat -Congress baa. adopted a system i Hoaie appropriation |260, 00 for mitt.. sitting together,, ;.' of'conscription'and' : the 607' bu home,'to. be erected: on not less than ;

Phooe'Noji;, Z:, 'While' Mr. .- Sears'! innate 'modesty to. serve;.in case of war'whetherhewant'to 800;;acres of f
forbade him' '' tion thereon of ?\ j
claiming/- endue credit or''not.; I would say that 'I. proper buildings. '
?1 u'. In the nrcnxratlan nt thin meaau. the .Nation. Is._' Indeedsmall' that This ''home' Is designed to aceommot > breatb.'apPetlt nerves. :
all'of;, hiss colleagues on'.tl1.coni n i would'make aDoy go' out and northe date veterans of the Civil War Mex '. :,
y- tee knew:what lone:hours of study ( Nation and not d.e ,that boy lean. War.the WarwitlsSpaIAuand; 'That's's .a food dealto. '1
r and application he' put.in going over an equal chance with,, the' boys'' that the World'War. It Is .provided that < ,
/the '.arlQU, features'of.the measure .have een-more fortunate_ ,' who have. any ,who ,are aged ill, or- unable to. set ,tor -5' cents! '''. ; ..
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ping it into, 'jta\ftl18llmoet. earn a living by reason of dlaabUlt, '
admirable I
OIQlSOfFHBJnE8 form.'." T shall have access to the home. 'I:
Several general -principles guided rA.week ago Mr Sears :went before f
112 Millions
the ,HouR committee in,1,framing the :: Appropriation. Committee of the .
:. bill which 'are: enumerated' as .follows -, 1 ' House and strongly: urged the grant- Sealed ,
'.' "' used "' 'TJ2 Kept .R Xt
.. SELLS ; Iaet'year' big'of the appropriation. He' pointed { t- h"
: \ 4Thel4ationalGovernmentowes,, it out that auch a home, on account'of ,
to .tbe ;dlla ledman: ,that h. be .re- to KILL COLDSCASCARA climate conditions, would make a de -. .-- : \
t Fire;? ,Life,'''Accident; ''u d.., turned to economic independence and disabled) haven all the year round for :. ::'; M
: to/ normal ''and bagppy ,civilian life. n- men of the World War 'en r
. Health; Plate ;Glass Ua-: Any scheme ,of: '. vocational rehabili abling them to get out of doorsprac' .,-. OOU6J t MINT : _
tation ''for. the -victims bfthe war ' d. tically every day in the year, and ,:It'. \ ;
t .' I 'ItrinsiBoilet'Insuranca' should be''lU1der '? national, control, i' .:QUININ pediting the recovery of many ofthem' :
: national agen- and their ultimate :'return '*o.
)' .. , 'Bond Executed workshould' be carried'on .sc normal walks of life.: \, .' .
\Left**< "*:; 1 through. national support' and the In Congress .Mr.' Sears is known '- J"f ,.1.1I
P use.of: ourr nation& resources datIng as 'a"man who talks but little butperforms I {I "Ui- I,
:-; Same Day. NeededOIflGEI with vocational nhabUltai1on' asa 's.=.-1 ..i/ i.f r tea'' Ie ,... much. He is u not classed : : : { [1'"I.#'

'"? national obligation and ,a nationalwar .d.'saws.plIAU 1.tt-w/y.....1 .. ...._.. ..e.w among the- onton or: spellbinders ; t 1J':
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measure.,.in a..time of. national House, but he is strong in council . t ..'
em :: \., "E..r lestapwlN and in effective. action. a .He has 'it- *f* .. "'" i 1 "': ..
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: SJjft :MINK' ,The G vernment in 'discharging? ". ." lpe been'In ,the nous* only a short time ........ :. ,{
,to''n .' this :task.'. It was*urged;..should eoopera.te : ... .1... .. but has'mad, three '> successful campaign -" ; .' ....wi.' .

: with all.:..agencies,.public.and . '. q; sea'Jhwra.i for election:; Be is up for reaominatioo -, Tfie' -.wr.( .: fiI"1"1"Ifi" \:.I..l"'j' J :
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FOI R: 1" TW' KlSSiMMEE VALLEY: GAZA.. FRAY APRIL at '1.... .,.a. ,_ ,

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I ![ preparation-for' UnY position' ,'or' rod SUWANNE. COUNTY HAS *-- $;1,000,600,060: DAMAGE DOME BT. . .. . . . . . . . . .!. . ., . . . ..
? DUW YiUEYCAZETTEH ,.
_; : y"RBi M' the i proverbial:"rainy day. ;... reKooTTtN lING' oTreM ( ,
s.often happen Is.:th teach- '.- ,. ,RATS. .
.........' IherIr rid.Ft er' compelled to retort to light bout A* proof'that Suwanne "' .' ;
',.. ........_ "..ler y county A* an agent of destruction: and a
: ) ..__ ... ........4 I, keeping which should be devoted to retand '
County Agent
"w., n. H...11 l*....H..tO. ' ':'" recuperation: .. well a* 'preparation, point* 'out the foUowincAlftfu' among Estimates man's how most that dangerous rat cost enemy.thiscountry : : ..
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v..r..wad.i..r'yWgb.r. .
,, ., > N*. 11R in practicing',the counties economic facts! There' ha been. hipped from more than $1,000,000,000 ..veryye.r. .
'" known .woman. : this county": during the test si* This i* ,
a taggring
sum.
..-..- ..**.. : However, teacher are totally (Independent month, 426389.00 worth. of bogs, of which 1
considerable would be saved -j
ODe ,COPT.OB On. Yr.n_.._,t.e0. and at time give i .
may any' p.idto.the armers'at the
?-,1, Copy, 81 us Month_..-.._ 1.00 shipping If people would only make a de-
One Copy, Tbr. Month..___ .10 I up the uneven struggle of attempting point; This ia only.one source: *fth* termined effort to get rid of, tbuel and Children
i I to cover the h. e. I. with, an adequate farmtra ,revenue.' Poultry and egg pest. JSome of the larger cities .. Men, Women :
l All eomwunloatton..zesrt from our salary for the same mentality have become important item/there

r 8 *)B-n4 thorlMd. by .th*0 **r:4.Dta.:: must'' bet which produces the successful: : ,.educator having been paid. 'to:theifarmera the terminate-the spending thousands-rat-and of the-resalU-ap dollar to *x'*.1 needed: at -once-toJiarvest' .
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Rjet matter will not be returned will enable them to.enter any. neat aum of 80026.00 'for these eaUy. seen in the decrease In death .. ----, >. :

,Bls ealUd tor.w other. avenue ,
6 + 'Entered In th* PMtofSc.at Klalm* The,inevitable result of the prei- pact tear The surplus
..., '...ori4.,.,aa _ad-.,|... m ttr.> emit ,system would be th*,loss of the thi*' county_ brought: the fanner .Is shown by.the fact that a single "
most efficient teachers and"it' would ." Hundreds of trucks needed
$811hia rat cannot exist under at least a cent ;
be'a pertinent question to ask who i. a aplendid record and one a day. That mean that every rat ,

will fill these --Vacanci! Echo an. that not only Suwannee, county., but on yourpremise. I* ,coating you a for
Work ,
ewers "who? the whole state ahould feel, proud. It cent every day. This does not include for hauling. every-/
What is true of the 'graie'teaeher1s was only a few that the .
year ago
to
damage buildings, furniture, etc.:
I equally true,of those. higher' up big money,crop from this county was .Many solution of the rat question body. Good ; /); '
wages.
? i y0r and the situation a. it now, exist cotton. Chances in* the ,cropping have already beensuggested but .a*"
should,be fairly met. made almost !In ... ,
system were a sea perhaps the best and most, effective
,In the name of all that I* fair and son. When the farmer realized that manner'ofgsttiag rid of thi* pelt Is / ,

Just-to school kiddies_,the present the.boll weevil made the-growing-of by-pohoD.--- - -

high standard of the school room eottori prohibitive, instead of foolish i. Killing rats has been' reduced to I

must, be maintained And some plan !ly taking a "chance on getting by," an exact science Rat poisons in the

r gsTAr Raiss should be actively ccpported that ther.turn.d., to .other revenue for form of, powders are almost' aa dangerous Hastings Farm Labor Bureau. I;
would the teacher'
place wc asrapidly of income. It will. be as the rats themselves a* the ,
a* possible at a lfpunthat noted from the statement made by slightest draft may blow the poison ,- '
woud be an inducement to young T. B. GLASS, Secy."Franco".
Mr. Armstrong that while many through ,the room and allow. it to : "
women of culture refinement and thousand of dollars worth of 'hogs settle in the-food. l '

(FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1920 mentality.. were shipped out of the county last The best method of administeringpoison . .. ... ... .. ...j. . . . . .o.o..o.. ... ." "
? year the surplus corn crop broughtthe to rats Is in the form of paste.
.
MarsI 'This is U. S. AMore WRITING GOOD LETTERS.
Hello farmers ninety-one thousand col poison stay where it is put

j, speaking, today. Good letter, writing I* one of'the lars which is desirable Jin especially .where ... . ..... ....... . .. . . . . .... . .o.... ..... ...
there are children the family One
1 and better houses I b th. gen most clearly 'defined needs of butines RURAL LIFE IN COMMUNITIESIn of the .beit known pastes is doublyefficacious -
1 life today This i the consentu "
*
,, .
eral demand. it
because kills
not
only
of opinion of a large number of ,
county there'should be
a
d every rat and mice but it alco destroys
What has become of the baseball. business men. central organization for the imrrov" cockroaches and waterbung It is i
offer business
schools which
; .fans. ; the season i* on. Many ment of agricultural and robably the safest method of insurng -
and pretend to fit their stud
courses generally.. This organization will do
; health the
the and of
a .Drinking 'fountains with their never .. dents for business 'life fall "lAmenta- its moat effective: work when. it i I. household. Citizens safety everywhere \ \ '
bly short in training. the art' of writing Shampooing Manicuring
s: failing supply of cool pure water the business letter. Theaverage made' up from the communities a should join In the rat crusade by get ,

d are a source. or comfort county. Every rural community, from
> %M I letter of the average,bu.lneai'or high school its particular problem.; these relate their dealer and using it during ,the .
f Boating on Lake Tohopekaliga hai fn'Idu.te..he it personal, to school matters, road matters, conveniences house-cleaning .....D. 10 Darlington St. .
,9 f :revived in interest and a number'.oi is a thing fearful and wonderful. in for. marketing drainage

' M fact t craft are appearing. on itiplacid construction. depends questions, telephone service and general SHORTAGE OF COWPEA SEED ; : hours NYDA WIMPY
writing
All good-letter
'
?
'civic'improvem.nt&
water
( upon two things, as one authorityhas In these ,organizations, the''" men A county agent. makes the inquire, 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.mx Manager
said-"Good thinking, and the "Where I small supply( / '
Monday vwlll be Southern Decoration and -the women should can secure a
Day when all Dixieland, with:; -; are of good epr aaion" Training al responsibility,. and with theme of Iron Cewpeast" Upon investigation s.. .** *.. . .... . ..t. . ... .. . . ...., . . . .. .. ..

reverent heart, :will wreath thee in both should begin with the first boys and the girls should do their it Is Impossible to locate evens +
training of ,the child in .ebooll and small amount of Iron
? ,y crave of its dead. part .nd'take an active interest in Cowpeas
Indeed back of that in the nom.. developing of work invoicing from advertisements appearing in
'* Whether the school I. definitely devoted programs southern Each the farmers r 4
The day'of small thing, !Is pait, agriculture, home and com- prpers. year
,reads'' a headline. ,If you don't believe to business training. or not, munity life.: of Florida: are confronted with '
r it try to s nlckle without there should be some instruction for If these orsanlzations are to4 last a seed shortage of some kind. On Low Priced Groceries

t -:another coin to.Rased.. very student in the technicalities:'* of and do the things intended for them year it :n" rice, another :year Chinese ,
business correspondence for every they must have an educational program Velvet Beans and this year Cowpea

r r This Mason' spuds are so' valnaDl individual at some time has to write ; a. plan of work that cant live seed and in fact, farmers plant inferior -

i that they must be placed under such letters. longer than any of its members ) and seed of all kinds each year because We leave HelM a Ea* *l Aat Tires. Tfc* Southern Tire C*. '._
'lock.and key to prevent thieves from More U being done along. the lines that will not pass out of existencewhen they have little choice in getting ?

: 4 taking them.' who .aid.the "humble which harmonize school work with a few of the most active members ouch seed as they should have. mile paraat.... CaD sad INk the. ** ever.84x4 h
!"- the necessities of daily life than move or fail to do' their The seed cost of most crops is acomparatively
'i : .PO there used to be but In the matter of away small item in the pro-

"W,went, horn too early" is the Jettetwritlnathere is certainly part.Matters affecting: the economic duction of the crop and one of the N. S. ______________3000 80x8 N. S. _____________... 14.00 f"
i" 'bUrden. of communication much room left for Improvement. dition of.rural life have con-the nn">,t important things in the production 33x4 N. S. _______________ 27,00 80x3 Plain _____________ 13.00

from,winter'\many' visitors who made a Pensacola News. state and federal government given'much oiT vny crop is to see that you ?2X2# N. S. ______________ 21303% Tubea ___________ 2.75 s t
SM N. S. .:._____________
1' mistake of The and home hate seed with good germiiiction, of 18.00 SOd Tubet __--___------ 2.50
common Jeering the concern. county agent
HAVE TOU STARTED YOUR 30x3H Plain _________ "'
1 ,, South in time for the late cola snaps demonstration agent! system wa the) right variety and of sdch qualityat __ 14.60 War Tax Paid.

v !of the North.Diamonds HOME GARDEN? established to improve these things Mould guarantee a good crop.
The United State. Department of It may not be profitable fcr many
food;;
The price of .. been steadily farmers to gather seed to offer fur Butter fat 100 Ib*. _______
are said to have< advanced Agriculture as a whole was createdfor 4.15 Pet Milk large ____________ .15 .
,in price 100 r cent during going higher for the past year' or so.! the fostering of agricultural and rale, bat it U poor economy not to Little Gem Scratch Feed.__ 4.60 Carnation Milk ____, __.1__ .15 '

the past year. It isn't this fact that which naturally raises the cost of rural life, not for the purpose of doing select ,teed as far as it is practicalto Cabbage found __.______. .05 Van Camp Milk __________ .15 'r.,."

il, keeps the average man awake nights living expenses. Last spring a great all the' things that should be do so. from th*, farm thereby In. No. 2* Yellow Peaches ____ .49 Hebe, tall _________________ .10 "

.but. the advance of 100 per cent ,inth many horn gardens were planted, done but to: establish a basis for codoperations Buiing a general supply of.jroad seed No. 1 Yellow Cling ______ .34 Hebe, small __________..__.. .05 .i,
y price,Of,.100 necessities: of life. and in order to cut: down expenses it among the rural population for the next year's crop No. 1 Pears, can _..___.____ ..33 Belt Bacon, 'pound_____._. .80 '

seems even more necessary than ev- who are the main producers, to Anyone having good eowpea seed No. 1 Apricots can: ______ .85 Best Salmon ______..____. .85 ,*

Comments of .stat press' give er' to raise more vegetable this year.During supply the need. of all the people of For sale will do county agents -nd No. 2 Corn, can .__._______ .18 Pink Salmon _________.____ .30 ;:t :

one, the impression that there are the war we. were constantly this country. farmer a favor by writing to the No. 2 Pea, best can ---- 3&. Tripe, can ----..--...--.. .82

;, only two real candidates in the race I urging and being urged to have the a The community organisations can Agricultural: Extension DivisionUn- No. 2 Tomatoes ....... .15 Roast Beef can _.....__._ .35 '.J

i for..go..ruor-Cary ;A Hardee and home garden and help food.Increase Now that strengthen the work of the county iversity of Florida. Gainesville.. Seeded Raisins, pound .__. .25 Corn Beef, can __._____... .85 .
world' of
Van Swearingen-and that the Utter supply do. that pent l.y boys' agricultural Currants, one pound -..?_ .85 Potted Meat _____________. .05 .,f;
gentleman I I. merely "blowing the need war i.1 over the home not imagine is clubs assisting In the organizations PAPER SHORTAGE MAT SHUT ArbucUe Coffee. Ib _____.. .45 Vienna Sausage ---.______._ .10 1i
bubbl..." the for garden over of White House Coffee lb_____ .60 Tomato 13c 2 for...
If the price of food is indi farmers for better BIG MAGAZINES DOWN! Soup, <<, .. .25
.
"" I i it I. any shorter -' markets and all activities affecting: Senate Coffee lb. : .60 Vegetable Soup 13c: 2 for.. ..25
'The Tampa Morning Tribune characterisea cation of the supply. even the home the farmers with which the county New York April 15.-Publishers Cut Price Leader Coffee ___' .45 Oxtail Soup 13c, 2 for_____:; .25 ;,

the follower of the overall than ever. the We grew not agent deal. They can assist the pub of several periodicals of, national cir[ Oct. Soap, 9c:, 6 ban..__. .50 Chicken Soup 13e, 2 for.... .25 .
4 movement the"Denim Deamon.* garden during war--why culation have decided to, combine two P. G. Soap, 9c. 6 bar.___ .50
a* Take at the profiteer lic health work and aid in the improvement : Turtle Soap 13c, 2: for..... .25 ,
By: the same token the ladies auxiliary now? a wallop of school property., thereby issues In one or to reduce the number! Fl Naptha. 9c. 6 bar____ .SO Hitter's Pork and Beans, 16c.:
have cheaper
might be' known a* the "Glng and in addition a fresher, securing better teachers and if page in each because of paperihortage Ivory Soap 9e:, 6 bar*.._... ..50 2 for ..___ Z.r .25
and reliable of
lam 'Godd....*". or the "Calico. more supply vegetables making the school: room the. center due to the railroad strike! Sanfflosh .____.._... .25 Campbell's Pork and Beam '
,Chicken: by growing! a harden. t'waa announced: tonight.- Many of Coal Oil, gallon ._.__...__ .!4
It is to be hoped that these gardens of community, life. 15<;< 2 for .......... .25 ti
have ,been .t.rted-If not, the' leading magazine may have to Catsup bottle .__.-..____ as Picnic H.m. pound '.._...__ .M .f >
already
,. Buster and Tige were her Monday get busy at once.., If they:! have been POLICY OF EXPANSION suspend publication temporarily if Crystal White Syrup 14 ftcm Sliced Ham pound ___..____ .45
leaving'for Tallahassee ,, .Tuesday condition do not improve the announcement :
.20
; should be No.1 Pineapple, can ____. .85 "
started 'they; given plentyof *
morning. Some one asked Buster iultlvation in order that they In line with ;policy; of expansion said. .Crystal White SyrupriJorV"ft No. 2H Pineapple c.n.._.__ .60 .I,,v
>{, if he was going to call on, Coven the beat results. may The Goodyear Rubber Tire A Rubber The situation was discussed at a cn .__-..____ .SO Macaroni lOc or 8 for._... Jt& Ii!,

I' q.ior Cntt while In Tallahassee to produce, The home garden will 5o. has started construction of,''a meeting here today of the Periodical 1 1-2 Alaga Syrup___._.__ .24 Spaghetti, lOc, or 3 for..._. .25 :"
'Which he replied, "No, I don't intend pay rim and wheel plant at ,Akron' to Publishers' Association. "' After adjournment Rolled Oats. 9e Ib. 8 Ibs . ,25 DRUGS ,

*to for Tige U like a of JMO' POLICE SERGEANT IN THE:WEST have a,:capacity of 10,000 rims and \ John Adam ,Thaver. executive Grit. 6cIb., .10 11>.__40._ ..60 rick's Salve, bottle ____. .32
:
?pi]*, ),have met ,since coning to Flor- FR.UfED'TIIIS. wheels a day. secretary: : Issued the-'fodow.. Meal, Sc 11*, 10 Ibs___ .50 666 Chill Tonic, bottle..._ X.10 s

C, ,Wh e'' don't like "catPerry The.new factory' will be a one-sto nr statement Navy Beans. 15c lb, 2 lbX._, .25 Turpentine bottl* ...___ .12 j"
.
..;herald, ; Out:in Reno,-Ne....: where divorces ry'briek. and steel structure: 250 feet "In,order to conserve p.per'and to Lima Bean." Ib, ," 2 Iba.86 CraphorbpttU .__..__.. J20 :
are handed out ''rather freely the following wide and 660 feet'long land will accommodate : continue issuing. their magazines, B.by"LIm. iSo Ib7* Iba- Mi AaperID T.bleta, IS Jrr. .20

DI ld Governor Catts ir t. :"mes-: motto occupies a conspicious 600 Workmen Steel for some, publisher have claed to ,Cow pea, 1b..llCotI tb... ._ .80 Sweet Spirit Niter bottle.._,tJS,
.: } from the when he of the structure: is arriving daily and a combine,two issues in ':one; others Pure Leaf Lard 1b... ... .80 Epsom Salt, hid
**g* Pope" appointed place on the desk of ,a sergeant '. of -- ?? pkg., _M..._. ..05 ,
>> ''I i aCatholio'to: be ,sheriff of police. Urge part of the rim making' machinery iropose! to, curtail the. number X.ro., Itt pound. can.___... .20 Sulphur, package ___-........_ .05 .
y ;;;,one of the East Coast .count: !**, rentiyt *- 'red-blooded American: will for which contract: were let ages in their issue!! By reducing Worcester Sauce bottle ,.:.. JM Hnr Honey and T.r._.__- '.35' ..

,To hear the Governor In one subscribe: to 'the ,doctrine., It reads many month ago has arrived on the heir'Issues they ,will be forced to French Mustard bottle ..... .15 Castor Oil I8c and....._.. :.25

? of his speeches to those he calls the "To All., Anarchist: ,.L.t W. W.'s, Bol. ground.', They new plant will, be lave out much of their advertisingwhich Starch, Argo '." JiU:: ,..._..__ .10 Carbolic Acid bottle.__. .20 M
'. ,* .In the ticks"" would think built on a portion,. of 200 acres: located they<,ordinarily print' -If conditions Pet ..Milk email '... __ __ '
: ",:", boys L\ on. 'sheviftts. Loafer, Bum, Dynamiter A Ohio Railway of the : ? .07 Quinine bottle __....._.._: ,25For"the
do not
the Baltimore improve many
it crime Catholic Radicals on
a to even suggest a Government Destroyer -
far office yet. in violation of the. expressed ., Sorehead, and, Murd..raYou :., so that\ It will have ample rail- leading magazine will I be forced. to ,convenfeDce 'of '0111' customers we have; added a few nails t,

; hf'1' choice ,of the county executive are treated better,in the United road transportation facilities. 'rim cease publication temporarilGOUNT1' ,, to''our atoek., 20 penny' nails.'7a Ib.: 10 penny n.U., 8e:. 2 for,'154. f 'i 4',
,committee h* chooses a Catholic States than.you 'V'II>,were I any* 'It'll' expected: that the new 8 peDDY, naU.. 8t. 2 for 15o... '

,for the of fie:* of sheriff.; The soldier where else, in the ,world; you have factory will be completed about July ..AGENTS' REPORT. \,

t "boy from 'overs*** would, say "PollrIf more'' liberty more 1.1I1iTe and more 1st, at which time dally rim Bradford.:county :Strawberries 'are .'
,
:t'quol"TForward( .(.Sumpter, County to eat; you live better than yon ever deoartment Into of .the 600 new building.The eap.dt7.win . noving in car: lots from two stations CUT PRICE CASH GROCERY
move
Time .
did before and have more 1 opportunities
you this The berries areofgood ,
iD county. ,
1 for advancement. ,Do not remainder of the 200 acres . .
and well
FACE, : criticise, and abut ,our governmentand will be' used for'storage warehouses auallty mostly going: i/' Phone '141
/ TH..ITUAnoN and for the erection of large cantonment packed.' The market is.being con- , 422 Broadway'QUICg
the
don't like
One 'of th* questions, of; vital ImVet.nce our allies. If you is backto building, similar to those*used rolled largely, by local: ,buyers ,because SALES!: AND SMALL PROFITS ,
go
; confronting. the, public today way our government country: If run it' will let by the United State Government at of lack of organization. among Out d ,Town Order. Give Prompt Attend.
your. own the through which a n
'. : 1*:that of the 'te.chin..w.p. Camp Sherman Chilllcotbe, Ohio, grower trU.r.pack "' '
here
,Why did come ?. Yon 1y
'' you. you anted 'and lot shipments ,
; :Much .being written and said'onthe' needed and nobody here ha for-the training of'soldiers. -Twelve : car
are not could be made It I* hoped that'within
subject: ; pro and eon' and while cantonment building "will we used
cootie
for Yon .
are a
.
any11 us you. '' the next 12 month the farmer
:ilhl.'discussiongods on young "worn. the back of Uncle"Sam'and will a* sleeping quarters. each building the h-oP'hat
: on ; win realize the strength of -. year* and .been planted the corridor of
copperatiosr the
Other
l'sn'of brains and ability are leaving to accommodate: 80 men. court house. On
to
Go back
lOOn Jt>* scratched: ,off. qL:
form themselves into in well; prepared' :Truck and It he
used kitchens and a cooperative keeps a Hit of
th* rank. for other vocation in the from whence.'you ooied.U buildings will be a* : local ,f.rmen. }
.. scum business enterprise. horn ,gardens coming .along.In. good who have
-which tli* bet, proeeed.'pre: more sat natural born trouble- dining room and .recreation hall*. stock: .for sale 1 or exch.nee.
Jut a _
you are of the ihape. It
Citrus countytW5nd storms also
'
isfactory.: 1 that these 'cantonments contain. the"
It expected
"' maker or' if ,you have no country, : week killed out the in Holmes county:Quite' :a few farmer .: tho"1rho addresses of i
corn
,. the house will past crop h.ve'.eed
'
All ojrer country' the.seriou- built to 1,000 men for ,we
then to h4 whae'you'.belong., with k
go and realize that they must have ,
the billy sections: of the county a Price: aaked. .
:"ness of the condition piercing,pub- ._ be ready for occupancy: : : by.June 1st. ,
i JIc complacency and'small advance Lansdal Republican. .. p, The new rim plant and cantonment caused the farmer to have to plant full stand of corn to cet'a good yield. Seminole county: .

..,'went in the aalariea ar being mad TELLS' ABOUT SUGAR : will, be of th*',latest type of, construction over ,the entire crops In those, section : With this in In view I ,they, have beenvery tion"facilities due to labor transporta-, strikes':

' out .the.remedy AI"rot: applied i 1.not - 'MILL, AT NEW,' SMTRNATAe' and when completed'. will *. There will be about a 25 per cartful' *electingand testing bare caued: a loss to Sanford celery'oormmorre '
seed. Under
their'
meeting:the ,situation. : give Goodyear one of the most mod cent increase: In 'UK, cane. crop ,In' favorable weather thousand doll.n
,N The .teachers. of this in the Citrus county ,this year conditions an .almost perfect. stand during the
grade county current' numberofthe: Popu ern rim plant country will be the result. .. p.*t week., ,Due
evidencethat
i t Columbia county: A* an to labor
,
'F for'r instance receive $80 per month Jar Science, Monthly contain an interesting Local shortage general farm .
.which would be small If thiscovered' TIME WILL TELL, Columbia county'can': produce Holmes county markets are are all late crops t
enough very iii '
picture of the old sugarmiiratTNsw being tartd.
"' it,its well supplied with home f fpined
truck crop.profitably' only acc grown vegetables
r, ;* period of twelve month occasion .
The : : Corn
Smyrna. : h..11 bMn ,
to visit the farm:of A. L at farmer seem to have taken with in ,
Good result been of essary
now seen
(but such I. not the A.teacher can
case.
: I I. witat'the magazine declares is. the Increase of 100
per'cent
interest in the home .
,. the W'rd.'of Lulu.; Mr. Ward has a more .rdenthie'
for'that.um'fol' the campaign against corn weevil in
1* employed the actual of the ancient land acreage! over last ,.
y' 150th .birthday year'
,
month spent in the schoolroom .historical 'sketches interesting carriend on.in this state last fall plot of land ''40' by 80 yard from year than ever before. Farm Fruit tree crop.
mark.' The -
acreage leas almolt I
'' In not single Instance: can there be which h* has"sold $98 worth of cabbage crop: are being planted and cultivate doubled w'
since
f :thi the term being nine a last
1 'year, but> the picture has th* ,
) and the
his ed, fast labor be year
a* as can secured.
; 1)) ; found' weevils where .the'' crib besides giving i .>neighbor sweet
months.*' Inscription! "Old any potato
following Sugar all. they-'desired ,and yet has morecabbage Larger acreage of all would be acreaCt' shows' a' large
crops
: 'A In>dignity' of'po.itlon' must the was made air, tight and the corn increase- There
.. Mill ;at New Smyrna! relic of.: Ian d.elded increase'
the 'than the if the labor could be :
on' ground ordinary grown ; gotten
i' he "ma lined In ',. the ,surrounding largest'. colonization sciteme4ever.at treated with the carbon bieulpMde.Inthe .' In the livestock: offered
ha .with.Snwannee OraD"" count: r Very few !towerthripa for'marketi
to ,
begin
garden
'of ''wb instruct the youth; America. The ':recommended quantity: The results ThU> -county has
in 'doublea
tempted just about
well show ,the importance county: >The recent heavy mites and'spiders so far. a*
housed in and irrigation though : i
_ut; bfertl ,
(colony* admirably system, conditions have been *: *8* over that of'laat
cotton t and unfavorable yards :
rain
'crib In-several javeinjured'corn,1 r
of the tight ;
d 1 iV addition to the heavy before American Revolution having. : U
dug the melons to someJ extent.Some 'field their development.: Some late blooming a rate af growth of ,
'' Instances the crib.'were 'only fairly
the school term : which the
t .they'are the modern
1 still to seen'about county should be
*
trees hate been proud.
: -* ,: tightand here the treatment wasonly will be replanted. Some cabbage: arebeingshipped ? observed covered
,to bUend nmmr Schools Taylor ..
narrative that
pe t towD."f 'The / declares: but county' Onion eropHooklnryield1 u
'' This I th first with,thrlpa, hard ahower and
: *
i d BO # centeffectiveOne year Sine
,'um. to 80p* with. [
1 "QfAthefidle the founder0of ,thef colony: had 'a that eabbage'baveybeen continued cool weather have held : the prospects: of,a,W, '
crib 10 'feet wide 9 feet high and many grownIn
.:'i .5* 5 "" & method oftmaktne* "Iron* machinery
'...m' ) _.take- ,.L ._ rhatftW'ordln impervious'to-- the ruinous/effect: of 20'i'eet:' 'long,:was filled with corn: In thla section.: .They...* proven avery them down'much lower than normal. bemnnegoited Jirepair. .
for <
? ? ? ; 'shucks and treated 'with only'10' 'satlafactory: crop' and good! I and spiders ban been ob- and '
cW:'iaj: yrrajnebudget aalt, air andthat'thj ir, masonry of the hr.edMites ', ". '" ationi being made to handle -
few the
could hve been' ; & a > croptot
tab cfe W'ta.orerhedxpen the relic pounds of 'carbon bisulphide.; Considering prices. Tube : Met .
that. coquma-wai: permanent a* tiProspeets' J .dYaDtl .
:?:grde: anel 'are-stlH.ln ll ent. that the buck were on, this Dwal county: : ""a .Tartor county agent has'es ; .
5V'')' au1st'the v* n< he aja wa' a light treatment. ''But.verr i tare*' tomato crop are coocf..1'.Sapr. tablished. a very effective: way of assisting .. re'' aN' 1,000.000 'of''I''lived

end bow of 'to: .. ,*tTh;;rVare.:100 I1 ande'' weevil :was killed"''because;: 'the. ,crib, I cane 'acreage'' has ,been.increased the ..farmer of this county by In the verglades. as tic&erN)! kby
'fotOf as
: 4COftrlDctlie.y. ,) ': *: ", \ was*_almost_air:, tichs* ,? about.,.10 per..cent above the! previous. the:cue! ,of,It bulletin board..This. .in'in, u."yor14... .....'1'>\\1.,' .100....", .., . &D7'i '.
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LI. 111I m"'YAIMf; alRfe .P1UDAT. AT ML;'23r,MM! 4. .t ....,. ... .. -",_._ . ., " _, .. .
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noon.'LaJ'IIIID.8 o'clock' meeting at Methodist Sunday'Sunday after- -*Gasnlo,-ttPJte iTHz .t Taflvoeeu . .
w ITEMS OP'l'WEEK I \ .
school rooms Everybody< ,.cordially : , j .' JI[ : :
invited.:; Our meetings* interestIng IIO MM V* OOBMCTCSUS '-...;; "' '
and uplifting. Com.' over and Week .fAtril26t1a. 1920UATINHK .The Waterrllet: Reoord,4Waer' : : \; .' l : : .

: -H. G. {Slaver left 'Saturday on a'' help'u.., vllet, Mich.-Eva Corena Fay was A. c'.I.eOf f w
'mOHT'
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: r. u. tai born In Malone N. Y April if 1863. .\, ..
q l>u lns trip to CladimaU. Ohio., M. ''A. Russell, the traveling representatlv months >It )}
,JEoscoe Roberson left Monday" form of the Ford Motor Company MONDAY1. At the age of 18 she cam to ,. ,"" vt'
spent Monday in Kissimmee Elaine HamraeraCte* la Michigan with her mother andl two \ :
week visit with friends at George .. J1Jrp:1
brothers John and &Del'located ,
in ''consultation with Bart of THH WUMAN aAME"Epi.od. Fred ..,
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townS.. C. Bryan \
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: a of 4' .1(1
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on .amaU.farm in Covert Township, ;; .
See<.,Nelson's Advertisement la the j local agency of Ford.'cars and "BMAgHTNa BAJUUHRg." where resided rrt-
accessories., they for four years. ' f:
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Classified list.. TUBSDATJ: They'then moved to the old farm '-\jj\o\ \<;, I. 't';"
mad. business B. C. Ben 1eU and family of Way home, 8 1-2 miles north of ''''ater- ; JJot: " .
W Per.mu I i'
; O.- : Cecil B. Production. . .,
cross. !' t'0: \
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l Gad are guest of their rela .. 4 .
*rip to Fort Mead. where he ha a AWMAN. w vliet. when the lived was ... MenlSprIflgi'. A" .
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,', -H>ranchatorr.th-.nrst"of rthe. week: They tive. will Mr. and'Mrs; J:-'Thompson.: A; Vox Nw. ,with the," world', BUestventA .- married. On October untUi.t.. she " s ,,:t""" ....:, ., "
spend ,ome time in I
Tampaand united -
was la
')Ira''Ialter, Coble of Orlando' 1* other south Florida.cities before Win marriage to'Adribtrt I I ,"'" j ., .
1 Nl/xB.DAY Easton. of Hartfort Mien. To .. .
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the guest this week of her mother, returning' horn '.: ,
;lor 'fn. J.M.'liM, at her home on Clyde.sveUUL. B.rt LFt.1t in"THE this union three children wens born, ," .. .
d. .
'So RIOHT 4W4T.- ( .
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two ,
I \ good farming and truck land . 'daughters, Fay Laura and Florence ,
for rent. Nelson Realty Company. .. Alao a Fos N..f. Marion who died in infancy .
1 Dry Wood $25 per, strait. 816 Fine stock .with delightful TBUKSDAT.A' and one son Clarence' L., wfc* still .. .
'Bermuda. Phone 262. 17-2t-pd home, fronting P..tt1akeLexcell.at Dorothy'Olab le sum,,"* h.r. ; ; :,. ". .

J B. T.'Godwin of St. Cloud,-who I* grove Then property win delight. ; "r'LL GIlT HIM YET.- On May: 26, 1898, the family'mov .. '( T
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'candidate for State Representativefrom you. ,Let us show your. Nelson : Rollln Coroxly, -Two BU.miDAT. ed to Watervliet from Hartford 14' > '> .
this district, 'vras a ,Kisslmm. Realty Company.. ' , Township and located at Bteechwood (f' t
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.visitor.. Monday. Paul Stanley proprietor' : of the Nan Bhlppm In Point Paw Paw Lake, when they "V/ "" 21
L of the' South 1 Drug "BACK TO GOD'S COUNTRY." were' engaged in the hoteJB business .:.. *kt>X-jJt. "
R. Stores .
Uyerl.maDS&'er changing the .. .
appearance Also FATTT .ARBOCKL.BT8, NEW -. i >. :
: for twelve Then Mrs Ealt.OD' : > .vvA ?
-. 'Port Cattle Company; was to town of hi* store by having, I years. '
week extensive COMEDY'THE COOL"rn I health failed her and the family \ r'
the early part of the looking alterations m.de'1D the ( I'I.
i after ''business.Our ,_ show windows." This will add greatly . I went-to Florida to ,spend the winter .. ,/, ftiiIsSpring 'l .. I.,.
to the SATURDAY.Ethel months for six years, ,la hope that "'U "
Short Order a handsome appearance 'of the : '
; are making' store entrance. Clayton In I her health.would improve. .'. .
,
HUT. Have you tried them? Bakery I "PIIITTloaEW"8 OTRL"A '
P. C. Buttorff has Tw. ,Reel LARRY.8JBAMON i She was taken sick about; October ,, '
Lunch; 12 Broadway. \ resigned his. COMEDY. I i, 1919.; and since December 21, had r'; '
S. A.. Bofrue and wife will visit position of manager for the Florida: been l rof. and Mrs. Pi E. Faulkner of Auto & Supply. Company Orlando! : waiting' the end. ' / ,, .' '
Plant City this week Mr*. Faulkner to take charge of the 'Tucker Wood-' W* sell for cash and will save; yon She passed away at 6 .' m March andTropical /
p
tex '' ft, *,
.s I.'tbeir daughter brick plant which it" Is expectedwill money. II. C. Stanford., 8o.' 1920 at her home at 670 East <- i> '

All Sunday school workers should 'Tunning' loon. : Miss Clara Tucker returned .Tues- Main street, Benton Harbor, Mich., :*
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"t be planning to attend, the county ,Mrs. S.B., Aultman returned' this day from afew days visit 'with at the age of. 66 years, 11 month < : t :: 'I
convention on Tuesday, May 4. See week from an extended visit to TexAs friend at Jacksonville. and 18days.. 'She was brought to Weight ::
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program in this issue. where she was the guest of hereon If It is service and comfort yor I Watervliet for burial.' The burial :

For Sal*-Ferrl* strain'White Leghorn Henry Aultman and 'family. are looking for, see the Old Reliable' wa held at the Congregational '
hatching and old chlx..r Mrs. Aultman is prominent in Shoe Man4Stanford.e( I church Thursday April,.Rev.C. J. Woolens iTHAT'S .'
egg day
church and ,. \
social affairs and ,
her return McCombe offlciat '
A. E..Thomas. TeL 216-8 ring. 46-tf A small roof fir at a negro* ng.
will be .
a gratification to .many She is survived by her husband, Y.
1 t The stork that wise old bird. stop. Klislmmee friends house on Drury avenue, called the
Adelbert Win and "
Easton one son
11'' ped at the home of Mr. and Mr. G. Russell Cole a former Klastmmee I'fire department out Tuesday. Clarence L., of Benton Harbor and l't" ' ,, '
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-?. PerlOn.C Wednesday night, andeft boy who I. well remembered her.' Stanford's Low Shoes men' andwolll4ln' one brother Fred O. Fay of..Water- A LL"l' : .
] ful baby girl' ., are arriving almosteveryday. ... ,. '
was a pleasant caller in the city now e vliet. besides several nieces, nephews x , ( {.j,,::
Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Fertic. of Ken- W He is connected with; and cousins, also a host ef .) "I,.
ansville. were guests at the home of the Florida Optical Company with Miss Alberta Hopson accompaniedMiss friends and neighbors who mourn

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Watson on Mab- headquarters at Jacksonville, but' Elsie Norton on ,a pleasant her loss.
i. *>ette street for the week-end.' i has been spending a couple off week weekendvisit to her relatives, at She was a member'of' the M. E. except: that the

\ If you are interested in the great-! with his father,,U. E. Cole, at Lake Winter Haven last week.. Church of St. Cloud Fla.. and the .., 7" '
gist question confronting .a young land. J. M., Miller is expecting a carloadof O. E. S. Chapter of that city, alsoa : "
man you should attend the Christian I. Potatoes are selling for S12.00 horse and mule which have been member of the Watervliet: Lode* : v' ; it.
;', church next Sunday evening. I bbl. f.o.b. Kissimmee. : We have per tied up at Kansas City, Mo., to arrive of Rebekaha, R. 'N. of A., and the Sale Lasts. : ; : ..

E. of the Christian land adapted for soon.Don't L. O. T. M. She was a great worker ,. "I' '..,
I'r, The Y. P. S.\C. growing them located will >., ,-,. I,
for the W. C. T U.. where she
e. Church will join next Sunday evenIng close to city and near, brick ask us to charge; come and ;
,. in a union prayer meeting with paved road. Will l sell you five acres, try the Cash Store and save money. be greatly missed. The was the 7th Only Until Saturday ,,Ma'yry IYOWELLDRJEWCQ .
' S. C. E.of the Presbyterian or more, for Sixty Dollars per acre, H. C. Stanford, district president of the state. of :
Florida W. C. T. U.
'r -tb.P. one-fifth ash balance in 1, 2. 8 and I.
., W. J. Warmer and children, accompanied t "
will find open until 12 I year at 8 per cent interest Get Mrs. Overstreet AC: , ,
You us In the by motored Mr and Mrs. Burton'left on ., / ,
o'clock every night and later if necessary potato game and make big hen from Lakeland Thursdayfor Tuesday i for their summer home at \ \ "I. C '
to accommodate the public. money Breaker Realty Co.. l -2t.Mre. Mrs. Waring who has been Ithaca, Ohio. ,

We are the last-to leave the atreet. M. A. Farnsworth is here spending the week with her parents, Dr.,and Mrs. Scott and little daughter -
Bakery Lunch 12 Broadway. this week, from her Tennessee home Mr. and Mrs. It M. Pfann. Evelyn, left Wednesday for I

Mr. and Mr*. E. J. Holmes., who to visit old-time friend and la mak Manager! C. C. Jordan of the Casino their home at Kent, Ohio. !
have spent a few day with i. W. lug her' headquarters) with Mr*. M. Theater ;U cpmformlng to the Stephen Schell who has passedthe ,
this week returned C. Bandy. Mr*. Farnsworth resided winter in our midst, left this !
Edwards and family rule which ia becoming general! and '

night. to their home in Tampa last hen tive part year In ago the when work she of took the an M.ac E. place has raised of entertainment the admission price and to from his week Mrs.for M.Alliance J. Livingstonwho{ Ohio. 'ha Orlando's,' Largest, Store. ?' ', ::.. .

I church and its '
auxiliaries. admission[ spent the past few weeks with her
Prather' will
Lupfer & Garage now on the usual will be .
L. M. Parker and sister, Mrs Alice Kreps left Tuesday ORLANDO FLORIDA,
give a complete flashlight free with daughter-in-law.- IS and 25 cents Including: war tax. ,
Mr. Alice Parker and small ,for her home at Cambridge O. .
'very Goodrich tire purchased from son. The new rate goes into effect next .
them next week. Get yours while expect to leave Saturday foe their Monday. Messrs. T. W. Rogers and Hanlon, -
I last northern home stopping at several left Monday to spend a few days at
" they points -along; ; the way. They are R. P. Hansen, one of the successful Tampa and St. Petersburg. r
i : '*i Miss Charlie Mae Cross and moth- among Klssimmee's regular winter growers of Osceola county, had Mr. Miller. who has been a' gneit . ,
i 7'. .er and grandmother who have been visitors and may be expected to return two barrels of potatoes stolen from at the St. Cloud Hotel this winter -'
. ,guests of their relatives! the Griffins early next fall. the car he was loading' last week. left Tuesday for his home at Pittsburgh

and families, left Tuesday .for Lewis Lang Klssimmee's The car was said to have been left ,1'... _
Colquit, Ga.Kissimmee. mist. has just completed taxider unlocked at night' and in the morning Mrs. Laura Long left Wednesday Shoes

r relatives have received handsome made from mounting the hide Mir. Hansen was two barrels morning' for, a visit with friends at. Spring .
rug
. the announcement of the birth of a of a deer which was killed here short of the count Mr. King had a Tampa and St. Petersburg. .
:fine baby boy, which has arrived at during the recent hunting near similiar experience a few days. pre A farewell reception was given to ; .. .

the lllinoll home of ". '. end Mrs. 'The eight point? antlered head Mason.was vious. Mrs. Lippincott' Monday evening by 'We hare most of the.Popular Color and Styles InNs .

,; -George Yocum. n great addition to the beauty of the Dr. C. H. 'Summers state conference the Loyal daughters of the Christian ""'+ r 8'i! .

I j. Several cottage for sale; truck rug which Is the property of a New missionary for' the M. E. church, at' the Parsonage p 9 "'", ..,.:,I C.'r ,
\ farm, chicken ranches and good York man who spend hi* winter Church South, who makes. his.headquarters Mr\ *. c. R. Hlggs and daughter, ". : it 1 y
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:farms. See' u* for bargains.. Nelson In,, Florida., in Kissimmee, came home Alice and Lillian'of Trivolar. IlL who -. Oaforda andiPuri pa' :', : I
},: ;y'r: '
winterin St. ,
I Realty Company., C. H. Grantham Is"'making' 'extensive Friday to spend a few day: with his have Petersburg been spending arrived the Saturday evenIng ". ,',' Ii: -"" "" ""t' #. "-" :t. rl ,.

; A. J. Johnson, a prominent stock improvement, .In his residence family Dr. Summers hat completed to visit their friend and neigh ', For Men, ladies and Children" ,, ; ::fit. ."i ,
.dealer of in Kissimmee a his work the Everglades where he ,
' Perry was property on Mabbette '
atreet. There :
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I' I-:: short time Wednesday en route- to will be some changes; in the floor has been for several week past. He bore Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phlpp.Mr' .in the ,, -, ./ I-' .,*. Charles Forrest arrived .
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,. Tampa, and visited his nephew. V. plan to permit the addition of two left the middle of the week for the Calif ." ) " ""!;, ;." -
from or- '
morning "
'W Edward, while hare., :bed room and screened sleeping Miami district to begin his duties nia.city Monday Walk-Over For Men 4 I I

Mr. and Mr.. P. C. Buttorff ac- concrete,A handsome veranda with there. He expects to go'as far southas The Army and Navy Union met In
-mpanled by Misses Mamie Filler, pillar will add to the com Key West While here he consented regular business session Monday, af
Wand Sue Watson, enjoyed a pleasant fort as well as to the beauty of the ,to fill the pulpit at the evening Red Cross For LadiesLibertyBell

outing Sunday motoring through the place. < service of the Methodist church, One .BMW 1nember1" by, .letter wa* ,
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pretty Lake Hamilton districts Ben Baird owner and manager of which be was a former pastor., added to the roll of :the Christian .

I 'Two nlc 48x176 feet, the Graystone hotel who ha* been ill I POLITICAL TALK FEET AT' church Sunday morning. ., For ,ChildrenFRED ; >ft
I .\ -with-side-walk in front on good resident for some time. suffered a nervous : The class.of Loyal Women of the .
, street, three blocks from court breakdown; Saturday and left for TiTUSYILLE.: VTitnsville Christian church will hold their regular , .' ( .
: each.', ,Breaker Philadelphia. < meeting, Friday afternoon.In.the I N
: house., Only 200.00 a '
Realty"Co... Ia-tf. hospital.I Mrs.' Bairdhreceived word is arranginr for a **en- church bouse. A. good attendance. U :VI' '

i 'arrived from Joplin; this week'from'his'' physician stating nine talk fat on the 6th of May\ desired. S. GILBERTWo '' .

;l Mo Jobs Monday M. Long_ called' 'here by the a couple of week' absolute ret when It will be the'mecca for. aspiring MT and Mrs. ZeUs leave .Friday ,
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,, would, likely affect politicians.The , to spend the summer at."Marengo, '" '
' -death ofhis mother. who' has hotel been ; a ,complete :**- Star-Advocate,' BL ,Appreciate Your;Business. : V .. '*.
Manhattan . ,
'.connected with the .. covenfr It"as a state-v/id meeting, when Mr: and"Mrs ,H. c. Stanford' of d' ; '
....el'months. '
-management for> \ ; Mr.' H. C. .Thomas. came Senator' Fletcher, and Governor Kissimmee were .In our !City:011 ,business '
f One of the mOlt dealrable'resident In1 from the1r"couatr' home Satur Catts. candidate ,for. the. ..United this week. ;
> lots In Kiimmee-aise 73x118, located day to spend a few'f days with Mr., State senate; Cary A. Hardee.. Lincoln G. A.- Peed of, Orlando .waa..henon .. .i._
, one block from Court House. and Mrs- J. C.: Schmidt. -and, make Hulley., Van C. Swearingcn'aadJohn Tuesday on business, before lea,.. .. ,,,. I
/ 'Let u* show -you this snap.; Fric* the acquaintance of their mall W. Watson candidates for governor ing for.a- visit to his old. home,, in "..I "tr .*

'S760.oo. term* 'It .desired.. Breaker. grandson, who arrived at the Schmidt ;. Joseph 'W. Sears and Forest Kentucky. : rran o.A'merican..i': ; .. .. '
Co. / It-t. residence March 26, which was the' candidates for ; ./,_ '1
Realty; Lake congress,among Mr., an l Mr* ,Freed; who ban '" . 1 '-
rX Mrs. Belle' Hornsby'and daughter, anniversary of his father's birthday. others'will be present. been spending the winter here; left .
Miss Maria,' expect to leave Suii- The young man has been' named It will be an all day meetingwitha Tuesday ,for their home In Connells- : "
dar for their horn' in Germantown, John Zacharia- honor of J. Z. free barbecue, and special music Tille Pa. They' wen, well pleased Hygenic., :Toilet: Articles i :
"Pa-' after, spendlag the. wint.r at Roberson,'and, will:,....called J. Z., all.day and'for dancing; at night.. with thender City., ; .

their bungalow ht' Cape Brees ad, .)(1'-and Mrs. Thwait and daughter ., 1. '
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ditlon.; -- , , Louise, from Winchester, Va;.. who '

.. Good 'Five 'room house, 'ort comer have been visiting1 ,'niece,, .Mrs. A tFranco Shop, 10 Darlington: i Av. '

lot.. 73x147' feet four blocks, fromCourt : Alice Krepa, left for' their home 'on ,
House Eleven bearing orange fcASINO i -I, Toe.dA--hk. Thwalt-was very,much t '
'shade ; flower and'viae. pleased with our city., Mr J.. j
-trees, eess .. i.lfssforditpEXClagios'Ajrent, 44ros .
Price $1250.00 cash. Bleaker Realty Messrs. L. Shambow. 'A., M. slow -*
,iiB-is. ehty. Will I*' Roger and Theodore
; ,Co. ) Ham. motored,, to Homasasaa Saturday p ..'.. .' h.' .... '. u :. :

l. :.M n. E, :R.J.Carswll A.of. Atlanta F. Ctrs-, fortbaweel.eid-' ,. -.- ._ ._, .....,..---.._-....---: -,_-:. .:

weL, family frro Saturday,in- c I
and THEATREFRIDAY SELL OVERALLS WITII . '
;til Tuesday, when she left for Kls- '::1f. '
vtmme for a visit, with relatives RHINESTONE. BUCKLES : i :'\ : '
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'Kassau County, Leader. '. NEWARK, N..,Jv Aril '22-Partlclpant '- .
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The subjects' of sermons at.thChristian
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*' her in the tebel- SALEHudson ,
Church, nejrt Sundal'will '. 'APRIL :30th:., lion" are wondering whether'a local : :
'' 'bTUOO.a. m:::'..,' 8:00 ,,. .r .-_ f merchant- was sporting when 'he 'advertised "
$
"A Young, Man ,and' a. Great '. .
p. w- I .. that he had,overalls "for .
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;:itoOneitlon.. "" A.cordial, invitation. ', wr : 'N, eO.SLip,.u .. bricklayers banWng,., 'boilermaktng r t r

bookkeeping', ft.hinKchool., gardening
t For Sale or't1eat.-FlDe.: -J rie'..: '. banquet., churcly and the thea-

4 .en roomed house ,standing: on.qual'- ; : "BACK: TO GOn'S'' COUNTRY" ter."'. He .offered the widest range Six

., ter block.. On. of the'prettiest place ; \:, of nrlces on all kinds of overalls! .In ,
to town. "Apply Valley,, Gasett. *' .., . eluding those with gold mountings, I
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hone; stable,' feed I. . ,.; .' ..:.. .t- ., as follows: rerfecJ''Cotu loR. or''Sale'
Good:two, room shed. Located' four '" .\ '"." ( .. I, \ .. Plain overalls 'S2. 5 to $3.60; : Cheap ti
and buggy ; '
room lot.BOX .1, A FATTT ARBUCLE-COMEDY "Overalls with belt and solid gold "
house.OD
blocks from court, "" *
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142J:' City water In ;yard A,, snap I I.. -, *;v .c... buckle sterling,,from silver$40' and'up..'French' .enamel' 1. "'
Breaker Realty Co.; ,- 3 Fords
60000. : Also
for ,
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"Overalls with rhinestone buckles
I , ,19.2k -\'l', "CAMPING "QDT"I; ". ? .
$46.66"I' ,
... ? 'the ., .
St aJe, Bullock, cathler of ." 1. '
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Miami Bank and Tract1, Company; + ,s. "I ST. JOHN'S ,EPISCOPAL CHURCH 'One,

ha 'returned to Us duties leaving Matiaee1Adak ;:l.--: : 3:30 i rGaiaL---_ :30a.1S' Empire
his "wife and wee. -daughter fort a .' <;- \ '.' ' '10 a-m, Sunday* schooL ,
longer visit I with 'Kislmm relative PRICES. "".ij< '; 11 a. m.'' Morning prayer and sermon '

*. , '" \ ::, ,? J' ' : ; : by Rt.: Rev. Cameron Mann D.
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I Only' s' few of.thoa S-aeH* tracts ), *. ,,!" ..... ... .. I'Jfc'- : __. LJ-L Ke'' D.. Bishop_of the Djioces*. ... '_ H F.BRO'NW. \
leftfw Liberty ParJc-,' We regard ) a ,Po' m. Evening prayer and sermon
I i by the Rector, on "Prayer andFellowshi.
L hIs,e. about the best land' lying' so .0: ( M ", '
doN to the city limit which: can be Central Ave Orlarxlo Fk
bouhtto. J-aeq"tracta.-'l"be., ..price .f "r... ...... .....:"...... -..'. ,-J and the TbBreakerRealty . ... ... ,\with address oa ,some of the1E.yersIi,1f.1N6iHAliRector. .. '
ii low terms_ .easy ., 'l Litany ,' ,. s ." < ." .... .
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Watcher, h rlri. The, Tree Top, I,, kg.

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Sugar has Weome''acar *' again
and our rthr'croeen have tired ,

ask of saying; "no' to people. If you '
need sugar hold up your right hand,

I crook the point index and finger if like the an grocer Interrogation You Can Get Goodyear; : Tires

smiles you get sugar if not-mo-
lalH.. '

pink Sixty, yaks ago,> ..L .a 'little mite.of 'for That Sturdy Smaller Gar '

-Asted humanity was' howling '

'.Ooah-1 Bow vy back aches!. for-milky up.among the bleak hill of i \ < .
by After Otlp--flu"or colds! ,the kidney New Hampshire Why any baby .' -
, ad'bladder are often. atrecte4-oalW should choose such a place iO'' be ., . .
.nephritis. ,or Inflammation. of kidneys. t.teer. born in has trot, us guessing and J" 't.
This 1* the red _-*of dsngsrbea yet that Is what'Leonard Wooca. did. I .'' .. ,
tie wise sad check UufTurther Inroads of Up to this time be has never apologized .

f kldaeydleewbyobtalntngthMwco4.ptill discovery of" Dr. Pierce, know a*;;. to ask for the Itt.Republicans::and yet has to the nominate nerve II lit '-_ Ak\ . Of all Goodyear's( notable accomplishments flJ r".r 1'

Y, Auurte(aaU-w/o ad4).bscauss expels him he for, the presidency. In his early ., kr e in tire-making none exceeds in high ;relative
life
.. the arts acid poison from,the body and, gave no promise of greatness,

\, removes rheumatism those la pains muscles such and as jolnta.backache-,"' In promise his, latter, than life anything there has else.been After more : a c value of'product""the Goo-dyear fires made ,


,deranged Xfotnrally the blood when Is the filled kidneys with poaoaa .-'are'1,, mumps hegotthroughwith he' began to show. measles signs and ofbecoming' - Jn the' 30xi3s; :30x3V-, and'3lx4inch; sties T "

c, '' waste. Batter, which settles, In the .an inventor. However, in '
4' .
?+ foet, 'ankle** and wrists; or under tha' this ,, he experienced many adversities I2ck i These
tires afford to of Ford '
t 1'' yes la bag-like formations. and after he had failed to sue owners ,

', Send Dr. Pieroe's Invalids' Hotel cessfully; : Illuminate his home by the Chevrolet ''
Dort
U. of lightning bugs and couldn't tfXY Maxwell and other cars
: Buffalo, N. Y., ten oente for trial break the old hen
.3 from setting by]
package of Anuric Tableta.AUOU8TA plunging her under water, 'or tying taking these sizes, Important benefits of

+,!y \ G_.-"I had been snfferInf red flannel around her neck he quit Goodyear' materials and methods !I. '
for some time with. my kidney inventing and 'began to study medi ,; ; employed I ti

e My ankle would swell up and I suffered cinele* kept himself in school fora : Ii'{ ; in the.,world's largest tire production;
feat with pains'across my back and number of years until he had attached iic; ,
himself to the degrees of B. I
u thru kidney ( system was
my my A., L. L. D.. and M. D.. and in the '
acid. I
also full of uric would have '
k1X Y'I1I' Your
; booting pains thru my flesh. and middleelK'ht ea he joined Gen. Law.ton'l' nearest Goodyear Service Station
out west and doctored the
muscles Knowing Dr. Pieroe's other soldiers army while'they' administered a Dealer offers you in these tires a degree of
medicines to be good I decided to give
different kind 'of medicine to the .
Annrio a trial, and I found it. to be Apache Indians. From this time on b I performance and satisfaction only possible '

g the best kidney medicine I have ever its rise was so rapid that he succeeded :.
I for il i I1p'' as a result ,of such extraordinary manufacturing
taken It was only necasary: me in getting married Jp 1890,to

to take about three bottles to rid m,,' Louisa A!. Smith. Having. thus attacked iii d> .
i System. of the aria acid and relieve me himself to the omnipresent advantages. .
e 01 all kidney trouble. "-W. C. nu- Smith family the rest was easy.

,oocx. No. 1230 D'Antignao. !Street.ajjmmnrjkiutm \ When the. Maine was sunk in 1898
and the American: dander "riz" to I'' Go to this Service Station Dealer for these

the fighting point Leonard Wood
pack his B. A. L. L. D. and M. D. tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube*.

hi a cavalry saddle< and became the I
Ant colonel of the Rough Riders in He has them. '

the Spanish-American War. Just p r

before the. battle of San Juan Hill he

r 11 *--w'._. -V---'r" t tTe ' was promoted; to Brigadier General,
M> '"_., w the
-<\ --J- ___-eta....' which probably terrified Spaniards \ "
...., T .. ...... and helped our side to win the e
i ...............-...... victory. When the war was over .
... %
.eI__ re p.ti President appointed Gen. >
.... __A McKinley
I
'
Wood to be military of
<: ra governor 4 \
roEK.PTr.; >V Cuba, which office he held until a -
formed and the Cubans 5-; --
CENTRAL; DRUG BTORB republic 'was
.. themselves.
set. up housekeeping! for
After .this, Gen. Wood was sent to
KILL THE RATS subdue some of the rebellious provinces .
of the Phillipfrie, and he stayed
Ib ,, on the job until he had taught 30..1'2 Goodyear Double-Cur Goodvear Heavy Tourist Tubes are bulk to protect cuInp. 1 ,

hose coffee-colored! bandits to resect Fabric AU-WeW her' Tread. _ $23S0 Why endanger: a good caaL." with a cheap tube? Goodyear '

> Old Glory and to take' off their Tourist Tube l tost little more than tubs of
Heavy:
$ 5O ;
turbans when the band played Star- 3Ox3'/4 Goodyear SingleCuret> en 4
;f :'TO-DAY: () Spangled Banner. When the war Fabric. Anti-Skid Tread !_ & JL- lei merit. 3Ox3'/2. size In waterproof tmf_____ II

with Germany came Gen. Wood was

4 .By Using. :. ranking General of the American
army and expected to take charge of J
STEARNS PASTE: the American Expeditionary Forces
in. Europe. He got a certificate of
lntsaetlaoaleatersntnmttR .....Inee. health, packed his B. A., L. L. D., M. LV '

I deeira tm the**neeta to ran hourt=-build.freeh D., flashlight and toothbrush, and
J4! 3s....Jar wm-and air drln. oauldecurrant then-he wasn't sent. Gen. Wood EAR

secuicr beaq6oto1"odeerW has a large amount of personal appearance -

'; k U" f LOA BIIMP all of which is very commendable
extent! his moustache.which.
ii'a short, gristly, scratchy
and isnt as wide as his t

P IrflNZfl hope that if the Republicans arralr//
ate him it will be with the .

tion 'that he separate himself

IYV12I' that moustache:., and then app ,
committee; With power to act, to. see
.
Eatpltrt W.Iplr t-tlodm SnentduMd that it. .is done -Florida: a large. amount of 1'r&P'fruit" N H' Bullard scb. !.___.._.:' 100,00Miss 100,80'' .,
ch 1.------
Mrs Laura Lee
5 mhttrtof A allaetta 1.alp fefd itroh If this is true it will be Jun. Ruth Samp.on. ach 11.-. 100,00MI. '

,ttiln fohylnilni to Every1Kdlttift"x IRON OUININE;lAND '. before, the season ends."* Mlaa.. Rose Mary MeKenale Florence. ,, sell ech 1!<*_-_. 'SO.O 0.0i 11

aty>Sf\d for Booklet... Miss Katherine Shadoan. ach 180,00:
Florida has two kind of
tree not "
n ei WtNetl%LSniT1. FaOP'R Mrs France Bchloh.: aoh K._.. 80.01 ,
L MAGNESIA found elsewhere in the world *'aa]far- MI. Ruth Bleech,, ach1.-____- '0.00
4' is'known'to botanists.. They are of Mrs Edna B Ooaa, ach It.-.... 10.0 ,
Mra C A Bailey, ach U... .. '..00
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the
4iJII/ n The .TriumTirat That End Colds, conifer or pine family.Proceedings . Miss Almeda Arro..mltbt.eh 1< 100.0-- r e"l iI
Miss Bertha ,Wllllama. ech 1'., ".00 .
'LaGrijm.. and Malaria.! S F Hadley, ach 10____.?.._' 5.00 I ..
of Pearl Johnson ach tiO.O .
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:.<' If Melleaee Rofceraon, 10--i----- 50..0 ...t,
; Colds,' LaGrippe-and Mllaria.don'tlast''long Hattie King acb 10._..__._.,- 10.00 '
f once 101 Tonic gets on the School Board Mellta Johnson _b.I1 ,,.-_?' 10.01 ;
"' yA1fJAJ'Ti their.trail. .Dr."Williams' .101,Tonic Mlaa Mary Adlaon. aoh 17..._.. ".00 'r'i
_. .._
tofnppr. M.r..0 III ScbulL ech /1 0.00
Is made, up of._ Iron/f, Quinine and CoraOauldlna. scb IS .-.._.. 10.0 i
a The' -pjj';; ;, 1
Magnesia i properly proportioned.That Board Instruction in 11., Jordan, ach 40._--_-_., ((0.0(
combination and for O"cola Countr. Florida* mt sob 4'... 16.00BookaeuDpliDCoo..book i I
sEAL D 11f4s OlfLV, :will beat any cold. In Miss Fannie' Addison \I
regular session on April ith, there _.... C
R0U8' Q20CERS Quinineclean. the germ:-disease. Mag betDK resent( ,w.,' 0. Basa, ,chalrjnan :: >_..._*__: '14.i. $ : y
the'body'of Its poisons, W,,'1. Lanier .county' R.- Uodwln; ala i State: payment on' notlOO.O ,
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Iron'' strengthens' the blood., .'* .. ,,0. Towell. auperlntendent. Missy Bankb 0., office phone... .1.1! '
1 and t. ,,8. Cadel, attorney for the (
\ {MAXWELL'w HOUSE Novwonder Dr.William,101, Tonic board. : . 0111 Thomae. trans. pupils.t0. (0 .1
Southland Oaraae. trans pupils $00.00H'
... ', Is so-unveraally. popular. It's :the Thjmlnnte of thelast: 'meeting. H Hall, trans puplla-.__.-,.,,110.90 .
!wr read and approved (
COFFEE logical' treatment, and more and Paid warrant mm pen report of:the 8 B Story-'trana.+" pupil-... 17.T7Centr.1 / n
r more folks .are, finding it out ,.very State ;Bank of Klaatmmee,, >roeStore, aupplle.. l.ll
. . , County Noble wood .. " .
+
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day' School Depository, examinedand : Robert -ret:: Co.. lumber:' ":.' :.71 .....
follows "
'2k and 1500 bottles'for sale at your cancelled a J Z Roberaon; piles .._ ..10 o ._ 1
O.neral School FundS.OH 15 J ''A wood' ._..._.._ 1.00J ( -p.
Conversation overboard'W a.munitlon drug, ato,... ,'" a. a JO,No. 1 ,Fund__._... 41.4 ''H Richardson. wood .-... '.1. '
,
J Bill*. :Were approved and warrant. W M Welaeb' Co.* dictionary.11.01; YesSometimes It Is But; Look
:
n\\ teenafter_ 'a ; serving of NEED 'OF: MORE'i4CT10N .Issued as followat, Canon Farmer,. water .....Ic..- .7.0( : I"
iheavy: halfcooked' pudding This C B TowelL sa I,. ilupt -illl .Be W B Maklnson Co.. aupplle _, '.00 .
l "ere pudding ain't'a1f.'eaVJ' ,.stuff. I, TO BOOST,'GRAPEFRUIT w W'R 0 Baaa.LanlerMB MB P !.PT-........_ '' .Lie...0 'W B I Maklnon Co..' *uppll.._. '''.00( Out AVHen The:' "Bump' Comesn.
J L Overetreet recording.deedd,: 1..0'
"That's nothing; Mj( missus made -' ''; VT R Godwin B I' I.-J..T ,t, aeo WJ. C Oro .Co.., .uppU......._ ,11.n! *** / "
J;, sKime on* day. that we' couldnt':eat, (,.me'following'is'.reprluted'from.arecant J 8 ,Cadcl. attorney '?____.-_._? '11... A' H Filler. Incidental .......' 4.TI A sun raypo. anit ._ i. diac jf
Presbyterian _.. a aPe ke
Charon.rent every.doDae
mo she'tave'lt'to the "ducks.: A few i I 1.1' City of St. Cloud water serrlce '11.n! earns
'
issue of the, Orlando Sentinel: Bratton Oalee. rent _._ see ... .. .... .y. "
''Minutes later a little boy' knocked at - -j",, Oacaola- Hdw Co. auppllea 4( l l"alley 01' before be gets lt=asd has tiro '
: "C. P. Williamson of C. P: Williamson J M Will-on rent sob 1___ 0..0 Oaaette. prt'gstatement. n.lo a put. dotal It; t
,w. lha door Mid said: 'Missus,.Jones.. yer A Co., Philadelphia..* Pa.'who ha MI.. Alblna Smith, o.e art.,.-. ...*. H Cooper. labor,; -.__..J'l.00 Lat.. ....tuD, ,...." wiD "cwt ,
47ndk.'ave aankr*-Ex.: Q B WoodalV', /tCJr aeb 1-._,' !/ise.oe Lnpfer Jfc .....th.r.1' auppllea ,_* 10.n y
spent good share of the winter,season Mra Wm Johnson.laal'r sob 1* > ....e. Oaeeola-. Hdw Co, 'suppU..1_! (.10 : TLe -Vslay dsyU booed.. !. _. teoner or later waa lit.
.
in tl -eitrna belt of ''left Oeo Chandler Janitorech' S'_. *.'* State Bank eXpo : ..' ,II.KRt ,
': k PTURE1iXPERT," : I yesterday by tha noon Florida'acksonvIUi. James Bratton. at. officer >>...I 10.0 Cloud Tribune, pub'min.-... *.oe l nth epe.t_dims and .dollars, world. :com: Uto mitr/ food.. play
.: HERE Mia Rh.a Pb.rlco.ola_ wk.... II.** ,, Florrle Overstr.et.ok' .4., 10.00 \ .
', .... While in Florida'Mr.rWilliamson'spent' R DeWItt Brown, Mrrloe___ II.'. Mrs .. 'The u.. te,dao" aff u.'spgdiag habit b .
._ : 8. a IX Na.'Y'pp
l .w-
'' a- portion of his< time O B .Towell. Incidentals ....*
.,"' 'S.elv', ,Fajaaeu TUi'' Specialty t : in'' Bradentown, Tampa and other A H PIli..... principal.acb lIT $50.00 Mrs C.Mary Hartley.pain J Prentl.tin sob atree U.-....-''Ill.> ...."0fl start by, depotUtia.' Jut a little, Mck week b this '

Called T OrlaaoeFv citrus shipping points on the Wait Miss MissAlmsuIa-reitner.. oble,Mel endon.,,. eels ecb 1 1:..: Il1Oe 10..0. W B Maklnaon Co,._auppUe.__ 4.U ,bank; ....we kow muck ... com/ort.bl. 'aid .la. i
_
.. .. ., ,. Coast.Inconversation. with';;a. reporter Mlaa Loclle Bvall. ach l.,.,-_ 100.00 L.P F ,Daniel Luclaa.,. labor .'..,_..._.._.....- 'ltIJ .11 you *'i. ** **'habit grows and ....' .. ''
:
itI' 1,i n. Seeley Of Chicago and.Phila 'of..th* Sentinel b* aide O Mica Bell. Cooper. _, ._cob. .-_. 100.00 H' G Stanford'l.lr.; supplloa--_--., LOS. 1 > ao ..111'j ..._-'yw'r- ,._ 1
L
.
1., 'delphia the 'noted truss citrus Baaford c 1 'au.1I -jj
r expert willpersonally 'Late'deveJopm.nta ia the Mra jrp Brran., sob 1_ ., ,**.*. w'ld Wel.oh a & D. No i FUND $ jj.; .....Iii,
Co. ,, .II
t.' : be at the San"Juan Hotel situation love i and will remain 1D Orlando Saturday help' to ''the growers of these ''nrod-- Miss ,Cland Harrison sob, a_..' It J iO.CO Oec Phillip*>oia Hdw Co.. .uIca .. '_,..b 11.11 7.70 '
only... April 24. Mr. Seeley .says vcta.1' The crop has turned out to bea B J'' Brlekaon.' ech l.;:_.___ ''}'*...0 Phlllfpa Broe, aupplle '? 4.11 STATE BNK OF'
J "The Spermatic, Shield will not only moneymaker> for :'both'producer Wtaa 1rlssVirginia Kill H.. MBlnr..ch'1$0.00 TllUr. acb i.se.es' ? The colored people of.K.nansvill. :
having requested the board to'' eatab- ,
r retain any ease of rupture perfectly, and buying shopper.) On thing that Miss Ruth Peacock sob 11....-.. "SOioO llh a school for them for next year, -
:. ,but contracts th. .openlnar in 10 day strikes me forcibly la the fact: 'that MreB-C.Bdwardi.ach I S_...-.. ;.i the'aopnty'superlatendent'was directed "- '
t the .. : Mrs J W Trammel!.' all 1-...-.. >" I I to InTeetla-ate and and oat If there ;: :
on average ca. \ Being a vast Florida, growers have,"-of' late year Miss Calla Overatreet, ech }_ t. {' was' a auf flclent number of 'children .
Improvement over,, all 'former1' meth. Into ''the'culture' of Mice: Iconic 0'1 'K
gone. : grapefruit Thorn-ion sell .1_ "iO. for a chooL>> .""' : sSIMMEE
Stets immediately appreciable and speak ,now, of the production. to be Miss Lillian Pals,' scb 1-- ___, >*'. the lumber at Miss Medora-Ruaaell. sob ,,1.._ $10.0 '
to a L. Lupfer for'tUl.BO. The .
withstanding" any -strain ''orposition.This' moved-is &' probJem' ,for'all con M... Iris 0 Schnck. ach, 1__,, 0.00 board approved the sale RESOURCES wC
instrument received ,"tbe only cerned. .The',situation, is this'either Mlaa'.'Klon "Ouloe. ach l.... .___, 0.00 , -The committee representing theMtroschool . ,750.000.0w/ Capital 1100,000.00 i
:ward in England and Spain produc.Tngraults' consumption will have to' be stimulated Mia MI.*. Edna Schwelhart., acb 1_ 50.00 the north Klaalmme* eol- .
.Emma Towell. ech ,! 'o.eo appeared before the board t'
without surgery injections 'or much of the crop will be lost Mlaa lone Hough acb 1..-.___ '1.0.'. and turned over 7.01.. the amount ,
e4 '" 'medical 'treatment or prescrip to eonsum.pjtlon.-Mf"this fruit'couldbe' > Ottcaw aad DiractentUCX
,
,tions." Mr. Seeley .has .' document profitably handled ''in 'present FiwAinciAi. aTATKTNiwrrroH' MONTH'BNDIMO. MAMCK .",'1" > 4- .
'
'!>o mthe United States Government excellent condition and placed before {FUND T- BALANCB.LAST) REPORT FROM :RBCETPT8' WARRANTS- ISSUED', V BALANCB- ''; CARSON.Prea.. C.A. CARSONlr. A &i.t.Egippy-P.'"

at .Washington'D. .C fort, lnlpeClon."w the>average consumer in the. larger O.n..i'8e1l00., \ .1' _,, _..____.-._ . |7.811.11' fMlT.tl ..4,....II ,A-,. BEARDENi: ; Aast.: ,
'All charity cases, without charge, or Northern centers there Is. no question 5- SR" No.; 1-..,,.-*_ ,'43.11 j, ,,111.5'41.4.} ; 111.11 fr. Cashier. I 1
.. ___.... R' '
1 47.41.
No. IU.1t '__, tI..1O N. CARSON.
.i if any interested call, he will be glad but what its use would be largaIT ..' 8., D. No. ,,,.>.-_-_- ,'71."$ ;56.01 ___: 05.71 **' ', 'Co A. CARsoN, JIt..
'"te.,ahow,.NJM without.,Cbarge.'Or AtThem I ,fncreasdThe' Florida Citrus Ex 8.-ft, D. '''No 'Srr--_. -- 1121.,1 .... ___: ;111,11 ,.' c. ;A., CARSON:, '
r jf' desired. ;Bu..e.. ,.mantafvnt'rtoppIna changehas..done much.to help along D, No.' .......,._:,.:. ".51 Y I.U _; :.',t0A4 ,., a 'C., $ fLEMING.,..
+ '' IanY iher-; plaeeID the work of popularizing the 'product . ,N.- BRYAN. ,E.'L r.IIY .
n
w. Net.on.. :: q".' ": oJ '-J. but some pun must. be .devised \..... OlaMr ''Campbell, J collected -'to-'date for'''the;extenalon of WADE TUCKER '--7':''
,,. 1
1EYe17? statement In tM.''... for\gettlag this luscious t fruit into ,Ura*'Carole Florrle! Bdrla.. ach. .J their-achool continue term their' sfor.said, therwould ala.th. I' ft", r .' *DiiWtora., < :..J
I
> iWJiaa+ been variflatt before the'Fed the hands-,of..consumers.e, prim:Mrs ', 'Utttl l*' Hoff.. aeh.ehI.'I ..,balan_ far the la-hth month. of \ ."'"
L.1.ltad State. Corta-F. II.Seeley. they" -/iH-tak it. ; I Mrs'RIoda'Lucas: aehooL Tbe' money was 01'1I.benefit e. . .. . \\.J" ,
"k] '' 1 have 'heard 'it estimated that Robort L Hall ach ; ed IB the depository for the Gt
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... ,. I :' I -. CHARTER or AWMCATIOW Of THR TO AMEND- .
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2"5" C::: ts"iE !IOscEoLA CTPRE.. OORPANVNotloe ': .

,, en. ; :, : t. 'hershygiven thai the

' 1 . ; .. CBPLA CTPRH58S COMPANY *
.
corporation organised and existing
""" ,.. .. ... ., .;< ;. dor the Lwe; of the State of rior-
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0 ,1 I.. .. ,Iio 0( t, ;, Ida. will apply( to the H<*iorable Sidney .
I .
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t' "J. ". 61:" ';il"" 3. Catty Governor of th. State of
\ "", f"1 ... '1 .:: 'w Florida. at Tallahassee, Florida, on the
:,\\I ','" '" I 10th day of May A. D. IStO to amend
\ : Articles.* ilL and V.' of It* Article
will Buy of Incorporation- contained In It. THE; UNIVERSAL, CAR ? ?
Charter In pursuance of a resolution
adopted bjn, the stockholder of said
: '',' ) : '' l\ \ \ company at. a special meeting of the :The Ford Sedan with electric starting w and,
: ,' ; big of \; stockholders of **M company held at ,
1 y. } a package 't. 'ofllo. at KUslmmee, Florida, on Gghtitlgar/temdeJnoilnatbleriaatwith3 +ndt ,
the Sth day of ;
"
I after. more than tour Z'k- tlootll.uoll tires au around, is" the Ideal family car because" r "

.1]..,. ", ,I' aI by law meeting, and at wa,Whlob"a-lven, meeting ae prescribed stockholders of general utility and refined> And cOmfOttab1e"equl '

holding;, three-fourth of the
authorised of menta Flnclrr'upholstered. Plate glass ''
I' ,: and Issued shares the
lt"I'; '; ", ',}'. capital took attended participatedand An In.the
1. windows spring
r ,
$ summer
: '' I voted for> tb. adoption of- said ;i open car ; ,
"t. A..+i, :. 1..I.l; ,; : : ", amendments. A copy of such' proposed and irITh1L- 'A v closed car in inclement
.
'. amendment, together with the
'". P.O.\ I 'S'J"U I M I '.... ,,I,'' ,.. ..."/; ,'.. ',;' '. \....-...'1 proceeding of said meeting of Feb- weather and winter. Rainproof.dust-proof. In,
.. .)., .:. rurary Sth., 1SSO, are now on file In the a
., .I/l\\. offlo of the Secretary of State of the the city or the country, a family ciiC* The low
..kt .
,. . I -Aj,.iIi'i.: yN o State of Florida And said Article cost of operation and maintenance iji not the
dN"' ., '. I." I- ilL and V. will b* reepectlvely applied
: ,< -.. ...: -' '- ;( for to be aa to 7ee4t in'
.. ::1.. ; .. : / Y'S'; : 't.r'L.O') least, of its charms Won't you come and
.
';'.::. : : " ....;.;f ;?S: . 'i bSCEOLA The .CYPRESS of this Company COM PANT.shall It b*. look oven '
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) . ..... ,,.\ }.,:,": ', . .. .< ''111'J;' !;,. principal offlc and plac* 'ot business OSCEOU MOTOR CO.
--c' .. ball be
at the town
\ , .. .. ) EffiALpycr t J./1/ II ef Brldgend
County of Semlnole. State of Florida'
: ", .. \ II < rT. 3O7BROADWAY
,. :. 'i' ( ,a ?w,L; and ether It office shall and have agencies power to within establish and Fr
,
,. 4 ;: : : -, : K2SSUO1KE, FLA.
; ,, . without the, State of Florida
. ., ,., 'ARTICLE) III. .
." '_, : j '11.1" Th amount of its capital stook'euthortsed -
.
d " :'" hall b* Seven Hundred and
/f'
.,. \ ,
11 ,
Dollar tTSO.OOS.OO.
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/r' : ;' '' :::1'll"d'l'brt-.ven Thousand Ire.

:, ,Weig' Ing; ,,'a' :pound, :net. \: '' . Hundred (UOO) .hare., of' the par
value of One Hundred' Dollar
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.j* ,. ,,, '*," : : " ("00.0.) each. -- -"-
Any or all of said capital stock
. may
'. .' J' ..,.:{ tF: .., b* labor either In cash ..' In property .

., or service at a Just valuation
,to b* fixed bJ"'tho Incorporate .

-J : or by the director, at a meeting M
'What arc ; for \ \ called for such purpose and the judgment
+ : you ,paying of such Inoorporator' or directors -
a* to the value of such' property
labor or services shall In the absenceof
coffee fraud be conducive upon stockholders -
? and all parties dealing with
the company. The authorised. capital
I stock 'may; b* Issued and paid" for at ,
such time or time: and upon such

.. term and conditions" the BOard.eI
Director may; determnei'and; It may

: b. Increased the amount from stated.time In to lbs time manner beyond - C. A.:. CARSON..President.' N. C BRYAN. Se retal7..

Mra H H Holland maint..._... f.OO : -

I I of ttw' oRimi Mm Mss Tode B Lyon Peterson. maint, maint_...._. _' 'I..041"" The P'Vld04AblTlti:1D business of !the V. corporation.' THE'WATERS'CARSON'' :(GROCERY: CO.

,Proceedings ,County sion8rsl Mrs M Bronaon. ma.ut S.OO hall be conducted by>a. President..one ,

flaimnel' Montedoea maintM S.OO or more Vice Presidents a Secretaryand. { ; .
Mra M Smith, maint -..-__ 1.00 a'Treasurer and such other officers .
*"v The Board 'of 'County CommJeslon State Fidelity and Oaarant Company -' ..JuU&-J..lpn. .......t _____ 1.00 and agents as may from time to t .Wholesale, and Retail Dealers! ,i"'
Mr Jan __ '1.00 Urn b* elected
Clements maint or appointed and by.a
tot Oaceola m.t at be and rel .l
era la and County : are hereby M" from
... ( there b. .- all financial Mr Janie' :Ioh..., maint ___ 1.00 Board of Directorycon.istlnt of
D
It a. on April ; pre.'a1II. psjlbUHr our
R O ....... not less than three than
liability LiTlngtvosi. moist S.OO nor more
.
F. Bass, Tirn to the board account of
;; : 1> IX Ovr.tevs1 IDJ'i.D: Part : arisingfrom said bond.on or Frank Evans, waist ___-.?, I.'. even member The number of dlrecr QR: CE'R1ES'
H T.m.maAat ,.___ 'S.OO tor shall be fixed by the stockholders :
and }. L. Overetreet. clerk and an Mr.Pat Johnston, attorney for tho
In ,
dltorI board, prevented a written rvoart *>T 8 M MoClslland, natal _.-__ S.OO: theByLaws The same person .Y.i
The board wa caned *o 'orc!.l by Its the trip mad t. MelboeinM Ocalaand. B Vogler malat __-._.___ 1.00 may hold two or more offices exceptaa 'J '. . .
chairman A..- P. Bas ,.artB '(b. -minute.* lit Augustine In the Interest of the Claude Sylvester. malat ...._ 1.00 The"may be prescribed by the By-Lawe." 0WE
of -arola.-a L read and ap- St. Cloud-Melbourne road which report Mary. KIn.... malt ...-....- S.OO b.-th. following named officer'shall' a
Mra M Broaaon. enalnt ___ 1.00 persons to conduct the business \
r '" wa read Hi open board ana -seme i
of the
.I B. H. Roe a_r.a 'before the : ordered filed, and the bill for S144 forexpense W I Barber oommleelene ..... SS1.'1 hall b company* elected until at the the first officers electionpf who 000'00000 .. j '011 . . . . . .
the Florida KnConeitrwotloa of ordered Water and light i. XS.lt ,
board and stated that trip. faM. pl.ntn officer --
of .
wlneerloaT Company.Mr. The board took reeee until 1 p m. i __ T.Sw said company shall bequalified >. .J. ... ;
: ,
by Mr. C. EX Car ..president, tare The board re-convened at I .V.' m, Bt -Tribune-.nvetop.s.-. .-- 4.SO '\ WEBUY H
Arthur EL Done .
.1>lm an order on the board for moneyAdvanced jk full board C L Bandy, commissions1,101.17: : Pat Johnston Vice. President. 4> SELL *, .., ,.. ..:.t
to tho th. Bank Financial re e.m-, Twnlnnlar En.! Kiss. : _.. 1ft OO President "' .
: P. K. . '
: : Weaver .
'Of Xeansvllle, and InVufred -as to thereason Klneerlnc and ContractingjCompny: It H Ingram'inanlty. : : ;..-. IS.SOT Seer..raD4; Treasurer. I, ?; t. "
I' why It was not paid, whereupon was and ordered filed and M Murphy, do.------... 1.00 OAT BIDES ", w
the board Informed Mr. Roe that I lr..nt.d. Dr C E Danawa,., d. _._.._-_._ l.AO Arthur E. Donegan. ,.." ". 'a " ... "':,> H '.'
Mr. Carlson appeared b.for. the : l'OJ2r. R, Q. Reynold preventedmap* :T>r' B Derbyshire do ............ ....0 Pat Johnstonand 'J. .
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board and presented an order canceltog howlnir the right of way of the St. H W BoI... do._.__________-.. ..... P. K. Weaver ,shall be the DlrectoThe . GRAIN '*r' 0. FUR9rA ," \ ,1 .
i, order given Bank ol Kenansvllle. Cloud-Melbornne road which 'n* had Winner & Sawyer, supplies .. 1.10 first election' 1 i : .f" .j '1... I I" .
Mr. Roe then presented an agreement prepared by order of the board ofcounty Ernest Olenn poor farm cook. .'.vo be held ot Director. shall 4>. ,,4> .' ... \' .:...,, ; 'I... r
between the Florida Engineering commissioner, which were O W Tlson. potatoes to P F._._ Sft./O on the 4th day of annual April i AJ D. ,.' !1 t "
114. and
thereafter l' :
Construction Company anoT B. B.! Ro 'I approved and ordered tiled.Mr. J-Z Roberson druirseto P F10.1$ lion of the elec "FERTILIZERS. ; .. .j
i-. a* cashier of the State Bank of X.n.r John Revell, manager of construction W B Maklneon, supplies -____.. l.zS Director offlc shall b* held at tb.prlDclp.1 0 > WOOL .
: ansvllle, which *ald acreemeot "'( a.I' of roads on the St. Cloud- Osceola Hdw. Cosupplies .._ l.HO and place of business ': 1' I. '''r'TS6 V' ,,' .: ...
ordered spread upon tb. minute Melbourne road, came before the St Cloud Tribune, printing .... 14.00 :rtut.ylnlrf: :' on the third i SHINGLES > .
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Mr. R. a. Reynold made a reportto board made. a proposition to completethe W U.. messages. ...7 not a legal holiday and If each year hot.Iday II 4> :AND'r" .+
ofroad M J' digging graver a legal
the board of hl. investlast/on gap left unfinished by the company Crowder. '.00 ,'
matter at Campbell station with' statin",; that h* would have to M Katl. clothing pauperr.1... S.OO business then on th* next succeeding 0ORANGE BOXES .b I. ....
reference to the--p.rm..nt, of $50.00 to know at once for the reason. be want Valley Gasette, adv, 4u..s..._ 10..' OSCEOLA days., ., *. & -*: ': .
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Mr. K. TL Browa for a strip of land ed to move to other work If they; did E D Katz, supervisor reg..._. ISO.OO 'By K.,CTPR I. S8 COMPANY. 0 4> .: ALL: : ',i .. ,......:
along the rlcht of way of the public ''I not want him. Osceola Hdw; Co., supplies ___*' 67."6 F. -WILSON.. HUNTER: , President. ORANGE WRAPS 'O
road at that point, ..t.tlnath.t h* The' board advised Mr. Bevelle that J D Chunncounty physician.175.00 Secretary 17-4t. '. .e1e
found the of way -appeared. to they only: nad 110,000 In 'view to bs E M Ooodrlch, medicine ._?..., 1'.10S NOTICE!, 4>- > '
lap over on the right 'of way of the I' used on road, and therefore could hot L Overetroet.. release fe*._.._ IS.00 or APPLICATION FOR TAX VEGETABLE ,.' COUNTBT.:; ltw
A. C. I.. R,.! that h.. bad asked the g-ye him any! answer. W W Clark, repair to fence.. S.OO DEED. +, CRATES '. ,.' .
railroad company to furnish him with Judge Murphy earn before the Dan Brown, guard __...... TS.OO NOTICE! IS nat ". . ....
m plat Qf th. right of way at that board and naked them to have the 'O W Ash ton, supt. road grading 100.00 K. :El. HEREBY GIVEN. ri
point to assist him In making correct I court yard cleaned. np whereupon the J H Ralsden. freight for county 1S.S4 ficate Brown No. Its,purchaser dated the of Tax Certi CRATE NAILS : .,' ; PRODUC1 '" y
survey. Matter passed to May board Instructed the clerk to see Mr C Q Theo gas and -oil __*_.._- ...., .A.- (th day of .
mevtln Arnold and ask blm-to clean all rub. J H Balsden. road work: payroll (4S.O July Beat In'''D.-his. .has. filed said certi.. .' /, ': \ ..\ "., , '1'j'. '. ....,t.{.
: board my ofQ." and ha* mad ( :-
reported to the lh oft the yard at one. Doyle Hearn. road work'.___.. application '
:that Mr.the armer small grader bouirht of Mr. clerk presented, duplicate con O W Aahton amount paid Fritz 17.90. for tax deed. to issue 'n''acecordance 000000000 > . 4> 0 4> 0a1 0c 0 Oy00 . .. . O .

C. for.1:0ro uld not serve tric drawn by the ?A.: C. U. Ry. Co. arb.r. road work ..* ?.....-. IS.00 .with the law. Bald eertlfleateembrace .' '_< 'f.IS.Iij.;' .---" .* *;>,,!,,;!4.. :', ,), ,yv :
the m.oo :. IOrn :, wttereupon, for construction of a ditch along their O W Ashton. amount pall Jack following describedproperty.

the board Instructed the lerk to deluct right of way near Klsslmmee, to be Dlffata road work .... $0.Ge I Florida, ,to-wit situated In Osoeola County" W. sell Remand: CUrdcn 'Seeds 'of.11 kinds?}; }"'; .t' : :: _*'.. :
I said amount from the Asly din signed by the board, the attornexforthe W111 Ashton truck driving ... ".00 8BVL of SHU) Seotlon 'tt.'SjSWe :- '/ \
of work completed on B. R. board having examined said con A F Krltx,. road work:.- _... 14.4S hip II Bouth, ba. SS II In Town.- give special) attention to fitting out hunting''and: camping parties;
East I
trict No. 1, and draw voucher to ..n. tract advised them not to 1gn them. Will Lanier road work ___ TS.OO *** be- "
....1 road fund for the. amount. a* a The board then. advised the clerk to Owen Lanier road work ...... TS.OO .South inn at Northwest corner thereof run Free delivery in city limits.. "Phone No. $12. ... _
ntvn<<. Ale contract with the W C Ore Co.. road aupplle-., In.'' IUt 'a yard.w.a.e SI4 yards. We for'' fertilizers. 'for"'drcmla
are"count/'agents good .Ask'
Notary, bond' we'reexamined andp board and to writ* .ij".dlt.Or road B H Fertlo mule '.04..-.._.. 71.10 Northand Wing the date \, ,,' us : ,.) ''aM. .
approved a* foll_.: Bond of 8. W. department to end a representative Looter *. Prather, hauling .... ..11' of Issuance.of assessed at prices fertilizers.: .' J ;
,1 .Porter with J. F. Ferris and Edd to meet Oaceola board May 3rd.- J C Orlfll.., work on; truck... S.SO name of Mary said-K. certificate In the ,'r .:.
Oeorre a* sureties bond of -Robert C. Theclerk presented and read In open aw Batten road work'SS.SO. '' 'act Waring. Unless
Trimblewith J. iL BHigtltary and 8. .board.'a' letter from-the* Consolidated Phillip Broa.,' mule i feed ,_.. .- 10.11 "rtlftCa.ball to law b* redeemed aoeordlnng - ., ... .,... .. f .t
-, I* Lupf.r as Burettes; bond of M. It. Land Company,* regarding the oidney !!!h.rp.1'0&4 work ?._. 14.00 I the'iftb', tax deed will Issue ,
Aar..rent .wltlt W. B. Crawford and John construction of certain cttldlp vat Edgar Partln goad work.._._' 0.00 n.thereon'oA...O, '. ; day,'of.April A2i . . t;
. T W. Brantlv. .,,_ ___ - ;, '''-
CaGe1. ae a.tI- In their pasture, but .the Tick eradication mule t. .1I.- .n '* '!.. 'OVKRSTIUBBnV
Tbeboard Instructed the clerk to rune Doing snort, no action as to W'* C OrouppU.toPP S4.S: Clerk ,
'pay- the following-bills;at.lIpa Ooodrlch. construction of such vats was taken. W C Oro'Co. supplies to R O ....0 Florida Circuit. Court.- Oaoeola' Count),

.' for medicine to or. Letter fromMlrs M. M.r4Jas.ns. regarding J K Blnreltary.. lumber11S.4S 1$-It. By a''H. BULOOCI.G.
S1 .SO.; the Progressive garage, for position r a* county demonstration wet C. Oro Co.,-mule feed--. 17.IS .
and .*.-'* county truck SlS.tS: B. D. Kent wa presented > and W'O;; Oro. C.. mule fe..d-i. .IS is "
n Kale, supervisor registration for depVtlea read In open board, 'he declining to Osoeola Hdw 'C.. wagon pln..3 1.00 NOTICB, or 4PP1.'OATlO'lII FOR TAX : .
$130: Wm."li,, Kerapfer, for ha. accept position for Oseoola Hrw COL. supplies R <3., 17.0 BEnD "' R. S. FL'ylJ-' m. ; t
anon due on-right 'of way..road atDeer aid letter wa .ordered,fil.e.8h.rlftsteed Osecolf RdW"t supplies.50_ '-
Park. '0. -- '- '... '. .. "'-, biU' for prisoner and coat, bill :J K Bin", ,. lumber.j.....__' '41,57 Notice; I*' her.'btyotn. That -W.8.' .
The'Clerk' .presented letter ,from In case of State vs. F." M. Baa. was : Oeeola Hdw Co. supplies 1.0 Potter < purchaser of Tax Certlfloate ', r. . '., _
I J,. C'Qwhrn to' the board.- In examined and approved -' I Ito AT. Meeker, gas and oil...... IS.10 Ns.44l .dated the'lnd dar of July, A. ,
whlcb he agroed to paint the court Mr.> Pat Johnston I'Kr-lItt\a. a-Utter T M Murphy judge Juv. ooun.;,: 1S.SO D. ,$01i] has filed said certificate In ..
'bouse .roof at the-price h* war. paid the board .assessment D H Ingram, servant, for lall., Sl.OO my-: application \ ,
for..work when.lt was pslnted of certain land In Oaoeola L. H Ingramfeed.ol prisoner-* ;I1.1S for rCOd..reltob: .u-1 In accordance 1. 'I ... .... .. ..;
A ,Matter discussed and psasod- .' county In which he I* Interested, and Li H Ingranvoost MeNnlty case }4.SS with law. Said certificate ''embrace .. b iri/l f* ***
Mr. G.-A. Caron.Jr4. appeared bee asked-them to pas* a resolution roc.ommending Jj 'H InK-ram.. cost FM Baa case ...* the following described property 'alt / 'It .
tore the board and presented escheats ; that he be- given -credit T M Murphy 010.:.....,*...._ a.'. sated In..Oaoeola County, Florida,,- toewiltLot . ...',; ; .
to of work: completed 'by the 1'enlnsular upon the redemption of certain tax M I Stout ,witness _.______... 1.00 ," \ r "'
I ,. Bnglnrlng andContracting Clamp' certificates reimburse 101 1ft.- whereupon Bam W. Prather. witness __, 1.00 1 and I41i' of lot I.; rBl ck' 14, ?': Groceries dhd: -\ ... ;,
j> <&*ny on 8. ft-' B.' dlctnet No. 1. SU. the following resolution ,was W I Barber. witness ?.._ 1.00 Florida Drained Land Company Sub < '''; <'.
[ IIO."t also bill tor fl.JT:' 4\\:3 for STH, di..lnri Will Ashton,. wltnese'.V.a '1.00 division Nov they The old land belnarassessed ;
rAt... Carrcn then "It brought >'t'o'oup'iktt.ntlOft O T Slngeltary.
Fi r"IUI..d t..l..ht witness1.00 at date .of Issuance '
i sited t'hV board t. order"a warrant that certain land.'' description of W-B Harris.- w("tD." .....:___: 1.0. aid certificate. In the name of ,B. .of B. -' ,,1 . .', ..: ._. ' ,. ..
I i, .drawn t* the company, for 10.11/10.110./ !: which I. hereto attached, have been Dr R.'Jeferssn. wltne.a ,- '_ 1..10 Duncan. Unless said certificate shall I' .. I': I .. ..' I \ I
."Unatbat the work, was practically erroneously assessed, even after ad Claude Tlson witness 2" b*0 redeemed according to'- law, -t.. \ . ( ..,
\la ; '\h,' ahera wvuM be ,1.. was given to the Assessor and J 8 Cadet stenognpb.r-$1.00 deed-will Issue thereon on the ITth & 11. a
cpmpleted.Want 'alnoe If the bond. that the parties eyingthe taxes W D LaMontte. on* tester. '.10 d.0, \> ,. < i:, : ,":''''''' :'\ ...Meats.7 ... : "..1t"\" ,st ..;.
fund aftersnob warrant was drawn.After were .relying-upon.the Assessor beingRovern.dy Ordla Bass county agent ', TS.OO I : !: .
some discussion on the matter. the Information furnished Osceola Hdw Co.. cattle dip eta SOT.4S Clerk' Circuit Court Osoeola; .Count"1I !
;I .. Commissioner,. John H. Baldn made and did not notlc -the cn....-.._- State Bank" Interest __.__*. 'Sl.M Florida,, .. .
b granted and I Then furiber ...._ ... __ ,
i OS motion that reouest ment. -- being no IR.- 1t. Br & H.r BtJUXXTK. >>. C. :
\. '.v.warrant* allowed) motion seconded. "Therefor- recommend that Pat 'onUtb.boa'i' they adjourned. . ... .v . -v i
by-John' Partin: Commlsaloner Ovrtreet :Johnston b* srlven a credit upon the : F. BAB8 Cheirmas.R NOTICE FOR -FIBTA1. DISCHAJtQH r. ,
tacii' against ,- Att > .: : .. ., "
,. end ) voting la redemption of .the following rertlfl"ft.l ] ; >.
N moat of bill the 'vote beta iris.- tf*. cte. In the amount of ,- vie' t. bygRBTRgBT: ,''' Clerk. IJ.t Cooedlel.Cee.ty. '\ '*.*** ...to
..Commissioner A. F. Bass et .vote "Certificate No. IMS. sale' x>f ISlfCertlflckte ; : *f ......... Osessla Cemsitr. Phone 176 302 Broadway
In favor of tbe' payment 01.bU..- aDd Nos. ST, $L 53., U I7. I rT. : ,-.n THERON' LEENPASSEI Islltae Estate .r A. W. -Wlmm, Da.w.l .
a 'nth. clerk wa In tructtd to ,draw. U.... HIT, 1SS1 1S6S HST, ,1in. 1SSS. ;' I ) .
W 1 1552. UII; 1t5I,115$4'Silt.' itss! i*..: BEYOND.- KOTICB 'IS HEREBY OIVEW..to all ,
Mr. Carson then Mated that ag-the Ie*T. .111 ISSS and tOO* pale of ISIS; .. It mar co that the .
.work wa about eomplst**. by the end.' Certificate No*' k'.' S4.' II I5. -=-"' r.md of June.n'.rab.'. 15$0. \ .' :
..company and they bad IJO.OOO tied up 1 eal..f 11*;,and that for any surplus lira. ThoTon Keen. wio.liAa. b n. to the Honorable T. M..ur '
-r) ,with the bond company, h* would like h* beallowed credit' on' either. his ill for, aom. time at tha borne of her :apply of,... .. Court aa :I6c!... of Pro. - .-
the board to .par a resolution relea- personal tan. or parties whom fee represents father, Bolt bat*, for m, 'final discharge a* 11.! .- .
ti 'be the said bond- company from any2hd and that sail casrotletr.,.a b* Haxriapan.d, beyond matrix of the estate '. , ' . ti
all ananelal"eponsiblltty.wber.- mad. upon the bal of fae s, <.. perCent Saturday a husband and '... .-' and that Obt'tIVI't: : : 3
yr icon after consulting theirattorney.passedi Interest and -ierks: ......' tare email 'children, and othor;:t wl.. present' m,. final aooonnt a* Kxeou.. lyrm
J the .following ro-. Paid warrant were nrderel canoell- atives to mourn her lou Irlx of *ald estate and ask for their .

"\i< htlon' 'I'h. Pen.lnnlar' jnidneeringend ed from the various /and a*, fnllnwa: The 'ramaing were taken to'ti's' .Xa.d April1thA: Do 1124. "" ., :t ... .. .. " .
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:e ConraetinR.Company"km. practically Powell cemotery ''between Fiaeeastle BBCTUAH: : I WJNIII', 1 F1na.and torteituror.e. ..... IU.n .. Or4in'! > "
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fulfllled It* contract for the eonstruo- and Orlando . .._- .... .. ._ Bxeodtrtx.xncmroRm : 'Ts& Mteatld te. Ojir fq ia1
;p ,, Bt. Cload-Melsoorn. andAahtonNarcoo Road .and'bridge ,..-....-... 1.011.11 'CID 8ttnday. Lion of the ,; '. ; .
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;SA1 Tick 'eradleauon1,213.$0 J J. Farm.r.. of,this conducted : .
paid practically***all* blll7pr road. and laMP- anti has Fair fund ..._._:;IL_..._..-... SOO.OS a,;AttireN171te.'' city*-,., I10Ttcn. '. row'', "FIIVAL .. ... ,1. 'Aat'. H...e.: } ,
County depoaltory report ahowed following pCHA'q'B- .. -t '
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material used ,construction balance In varlona '151. Kaen-and family lire Orange 'O I
fund: near Itb'C..r Snob 1t
.l l:< Oentral revenue fund Lw.-$1.041.45, $ .* ; :
rTbrefore.-W It ....01.84.1I1e Center/. ContrJmm+,< ,
: the under Fine and forfeiture ,.m...+im..m- |.*.#... ; ,- -'. of r.-... Oeeeel .C.... .. >
J7.lTiarantoe.bond.-TUi oornpaay The : VnltttdSEEPS Road,, and bride.-_> .au." g}? r ",'*,.the ...*use .1,Il.sals .Co .Oliver.NOTICE .. \- :
4 f eradication ..>......,_.-.....}.....01 Are ., 1]'". .......' > .. J. l
Flr.:: fund ........1:_......__.. .....1 Tft.be happy'yon most be well,-'If)' t. '
Special SSf.St 18 HEREBY fJIVBN' to all .. f"" .EISELSTEIN 'BROS.' y.
The Tax Colectors reportshowedl yon 'are frequently troubled .with whom It mar concern that on the .. .
$ .collected:: for Licenses and I1SIforpoll. constipation-yon' cannot-ba altogether 14th dar''of Jun.,- A. D. 110. I shall .. I>\> .
tarA happy., Take Cbamberlaln'a Tab- to the Honorable Murphy
F Bass commissioner.f; ..CtO lets to correct these Judge of said Court, a* 1"el':. of Proate. :
H L'D y..treot.oomml..on.r, get dtsordera. They > for my final discharge a* )Da.. FuneraJ Direcior.tA"Emhalmera: ?
Brnest' ..ac... commissioner _, '.0. are prompt and .e1f ettial. 'eaVr"'and tutor of-the estate of Nannie G Oll t -- : John Partlncommissioner;,.. '.01 pleasant! to tarp rev, deceased and that at the same i.ijk i.-
fiest.adapted tb Florida,climax and J H Bal....... commllonrukw, > time I will prevent my flaal account
1 S li .Overstre.tclerkPat .T-110.0* Germany as Executor ,of. said etatT: for their 'SJ\- CLOUD FLORIDA
,.. ';-aoiL:, Prompt :shipment from obit Johnston attorney '*__._:' ..... ,In .aldlled i workmen fprfnerly. approval. .. .
; Send for 1920 atalogn. :and W. B Crawford, pro atty._ I..$ occupied In u the maanfaetareef Dated April l.tll..A.: D. -ItM. .
:atoek. '1' M Murphyconaty ) FRANCES ,
\ ndpe.21.1: .arm. and ammunition are now be- MCDONALD OLIVER.-
r.' .w.eldyrp1r'c.11; t. L H'Ingram ear of jail.,._ 1S.SS in*.,trained; to ,turn], out b-crad. It-It..1 Kxeontor. .l
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"' OleWt /amtablUaed. aeeei 9 koaaeiastat'. Z'A' B M Owen L Chaaeey., mains maint ..,...... ,20.0'10.0 parts! for automobile Eub-Mr-TUin'\\b,a great pain kJU.... e e
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':l" -, Mr SID' BUnaon, mint. /j-,-,.-.I.' >i 10.0 'U;:inlddy reUeres, Constipation, Jt T Wrct'p-ji" |''ao4 soreness canted I Olfia ... IRi .tdra' lotus':, i6, '. 'i:401i56t'I: L

E. A. MARTIN SEED C 0.i J A PetUtt ,mt 1nt. ______, !..$ BlUonsnems Loaa +i of Appetite'' and Rh .. . (
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Mrs C. O. Lasslter, main .-......:. 2'.011 \ - 'n . "
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I ;. . ."'... ,: ,, ";; ; ,. A/btfce/ 'To, Voters, ;Of'OsceolaTo Classified Mjlisul. l ts I wish FOR county to announce TAX'A..E.SORJ that;;; I to an! *the a, people*-*ofOsceola *- :,1

lit re-election- to the office of
: 1 v' FOR RENT T*."....._ Durlor the time County
.COf.nty. held this Important office X '''hav*, en-,'.
) : rate. delivered to render- efficient ..""Ioe.t...
: Poll..Tax.Notice ROOMS-For rent at' ,umm rv' 17rtr.BOARDAND all. and If re-elected shall continue
I F. H. liawaen.
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t to do so. I thank you sincerely for the t
.. favors accorded me In the past and,
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week.
'" .' ",. the Voter of Osceola County them repealed and.JD.&ke'better ones. 101fo Broadway.ROOM='7.06 per If-lt-pd. again solicit your vote and support In
; , J .would like to be your Sheriff but instead. the Primary: on June Sth.lVM j
,t.\;:: \ you could not give; me the Job if 1 There are some 'people in our FOR HUNT: -Ploaaant room at No. L BARBER.

't / '' \ i. have to take it with my: hands tied, county who like .violate the law, (If Broadway Jo Its.Inquire, at reldence" ....tf. I hereby announce my candidacy" forvreelection
:t .A 4 ; ((1 mean If I have to be under .obJi."ationl and seem to think Lbe Sheriff can or phone a* Clerk of the Circuit

,' to some people to Jet them make the law to suit the occasion. FOR SALE Court action of Oaoeola of the Democratic County, subject to.

:r.. In order' to qualify for the violate the law.) Now if you are a close observeryou the June Ith, 1620. .' Primary'", "*" ., '
If J am elected I will be under ob can see they are the ones that OflCEOLA FERTILIZER CO- rood a.ma4. I extend my sincere thank to the
ligations' only: to the people that be- Farmer is .. Be F. H. La..oa.ct.. people of the County for past favor,
say a pretty good fellow
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Kl\: Primary Election to' beheld HeveJn: law and order.. but I ..am afraid if he was Sheriff he FOR 'BALK! -Hore.. ana Mules. Inquire and and If solicit elected your I support you ai a this faithful,time, rdischarge
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_ I have had'lots of people ask me"how..do would over-do the thing", he might' of J. M. Miller. l -lf. of .my duties. \.
.} ', you stand on so and so." be Respectfully, .
overbearing, and,be -would be too !
J.: Ik OVER8TREKT.FOR ..
FOR BALJll--Chl1c1' two-wheeled cart
r I :: \' in June Poll Taxes: must be "Would you be hard on the Packin'ham quick to kill a man. I am 44 years white enamel, with parasol attach j

;: business, or the, FUhermari. or old and have been in Mayor's court ment abargain.Apply Gazette office. SUPERIWTKWDBNT. OF PUBLIC "f.I.
the .man that slipped out and .killed. 'once in St. Cloud .r : k turkey,-or deer?" simmee both times for ,
r' \ :V paid on or before Saturday Now gentlemen I have fighting. FOR 8ALB-Child'. whit enameledIron I I hereby, announce myself' for reelection -
: told I never bad'a of
;you case any description crib In rood condition. ApplyGastt to the offfc of County 8uperlntendeat _
r'i before .that it 'would be my purpose ,, in any other court An all my offlce.u 18tf.COR of Publlo Instruction
May 8th. if elected to have the good people of{ Ufe. "l nt that a pretty good record subject' to the decision. of the Democratic -

.. Osceola county to say Farmer was for an over-bearing many ,'8AUB-On* Beta Klectrlo Wall Primary of June 8th. 1110. It.1.ct.4
I promise to devote In the iE
Plate. Practically new At a reasonable -
l the best Sheriff 'We ever had. My Now, gentlemen, I have BO kindred price. Apply Valley -Oa- future, as I have In the pat the/ Ai
ideas of Accomplishing that woaU be ''to help me, and I am not a candidatefor ..U.. Ttf.KOR whole of my time to the duties of the

t4; to do my: duty without favor. any: old ],politicians, and if I office c: a. TOWEL,,
7' : The Sheriff has nothing to do with am elected it will be by: the best BAUD! -Flo..reeldenoe, roomed property bone*,,
quarter-block. .a
.. ; : making the laws: men 'you elect for people and I will give; them the best oranre trees... pea tree. live oak*. FOB TAX:: -COLIJaCTOIt. .
i"C.; : that purpose mate the laws without there U in me. flower. Tinea, -. shrubs.' Oarar '
L. woodshed and two room. In I am a C&Ddl4it/tr the office of:
Bandy consulting the Sheriffs. I do not ask any man'.to promiseme pare :
.
rear. Beacon for .11lnw, propertytoo Tax Collector for Osceola County In ,
And when the Sheriff take. the office his vote the ballot is sacred and larre for- prevent .owner. Apply the Demoeratlo Primary to be hloJuneth. >
he takes a solemn oath to dili- should be eo treated. Valley. Oaaette; >-tf. 110 and will appreciate

gently: enforce the laws, Now Mr. 'I therefore only ask your earnest your vote and 4&il._
Tax Collector FOR BAUD-On* Emerson! TypwHtr.model : LUPFER
Voter if we have bad laws the Sheriff eofesideration and trust the best "
throe, visible, a* rood M new I .
is not responsible for' them, thenthe man win. '
Apply Valley Qasetta. tt "08 copyrr: COMMISSIOHKSV' ,
can see, the bad features Tours truly: x. l" '
.
,.' and people preeaure to bear and have (adv) L. R. FARMEK.HEMOfttHAGIC I FOR BALD! -Second-hand Ford ear X hereby announce ... ""
commiwloner- '
at aWrg.r *. Oaeeola Motor for the office of County $',
A. Co. ::;. from the Fifth District, subject to tbe' ,
FIGHT ON TRACHOMANOW '' SEPTICEMIA action of the Democratic Primary to-- o
FOR 8ALHJ-New Chevrolet Model be held on June Ith.
ON IN EARNESTMaking CAUSING DEATH AMONG four-ninety. W. 'B, Makln.onU Co.: J. H. BAISDEN.

OVERALL MOVEMENT CENTRAL FLORIDA HIGHWAY
a determined effort to'eet FLORIDA CATTLE ,FOR COUNTY JVDOB.
SPREADS OVER STATE ASSOCIATION. PIGS FOR BALB-Choice Dureo*Jerseys. .
control of trachoma the state boardof Hemorrhagic I announce
Septicemia was the Famous Qrandvtew Illustratorand I hereby my candidacy
f health has obtained the services of cause Defender K,.. CoL blood line.. for the office of County Jude of Oss-
It will cost Sanford school The Central Florida Highway Association of a large number of deaths
: Herlstratlon paper furnished.I ceola County, subject to the Democratic -
.
Dr. .J McMnllen trachoma
,
r IMI7tweDt71Iye cents per nay: extra will hold its annual convention expert among cattle in Florida during the H. WetberbeerXlslmmee.Fla. U- tFOR Primary to be held June 5th.r
i, to dress np after Monday one of the at Tallahassee on the 20th and for the United States public health past fall and winter months. This 1150. If elected I promise to do my
service, for an extensive campaign BALBJ-111 acre rood land. with to the beat of my ability ,
overalls disease dully
of the club was diagnosed in
t regulations or- 21st of April. On the evening.of the of treatment and education. practically splendid grove of oranre. ..rap.- BAS
''ganised at the school that overalls 20th the directors and executive every section of the state, and it continues fruit and property well
must be worn every: day: except Sun I committee will'meet at the Leon hotel Dr. McMnllen with Dr. W. B. to spread.Dr. : fenced and tane.rln.J, garage for rOB REPRESENTATIVE: : : IN' THELRW.LATVIt6
) while the be Keating director of the bureau of A. L. Shealy veterinarian, two oar, rrov and property In
general meetingwill
rood shape, cheap on easy I -
violaHons. child welfare of the state board will very
: held on the following day: Wednesday State College of Agriculture: term. of payment. Com let u* W. R. Godwin I* a candidate for
within three be tour the state going to points where there 1s no medical useful show representative In the
fIDe days will ostracised : the 21st; at this county court treatment you. legislature from 1
by their fellow schoolmates. bouse. The association which met trachoma has been found and givingtreatment ; In controlling this disease. The only 17 ACRES> extra rood land fronting Oaoeola county object to the action*
: well 110 feet on Hne brick highway. I of the primary to be bell>
as a* carrying' on a Democrjtle
The' Banford boys hare cone all r at Mayor II organized for agent which has proven successful acre oranges, fln* oranre andtrncklnr la
the) other dabs one better-they: tlhetpyea .. of'encouraging more and program of education. He is now in the hemorrhagic septcemia bacteria. lard. splendid two-ntery 1 ..

have recognized the possibilities of better connecting good road*. Florida for about ten days, after By vaccinating the cattle with this room house bath .room three fireplaces FOR COUNTY: COMMISS1ONESUI \:
nice real
porches homey
which he will to Washington returning a .
the movement and have provided a Arrangements for the accommodation go bacterin they: are" made immune to place minute drive ofKlsslmmee I
member of the national council to and entertainment of the delegates in about a month. this disease, and this immunity: will hl'.il from .hl ping for the hereby office announce of County my Commlssloner-candldaey ....

represent the local club in all matters are in the hands of committees Trachoma has been one of the serious last from six months to one :year, ..t.tlo'001 ACRIEH and church. 14.ton. for District No. .. If elected I prom-
of national overalls. from the chamber of health problems with which the after which time a second treatment 40 some bearing grove SO Is. to discharge the duties. of the of.
commerce
acre In cultivation small house.Rood .
state board of health has had to contend flee to tke very beet of ability..
The dub for membership should be given if the disease my
provides who promise a hearty welcome to all occurs barn very cheap property J. M. HAN8l1LJ.:
tor the "dads eac.. article two of who attend.At the meeting last for examination of the schoolchildren within the neighborhood. There is easy. we want yon tothis see *

the constitution reading: "All male :year there were in attendance about this year has shown that it absolutely no danger to be feared bargain property price.owner will make youa FOR STATB SENATOR.' ,

i students of the Sanford high school 100 delegate, and it i* expected that is prevalent among' Florida children from the use of the bacteria, as this TWO STORY. T room house, rood

1 and any other male being'with UkeeyrapaUiies the attendance at Tallahassee will be to an alarming' extent. I product i I. only the dead germ of bearing oran. tr..... nice corner, I for I hereby the State announce Senate a from* a Candidate the flab. ,'
The fact that the disease bears a place nicely painted. Price fl.liO.
shall be eligible'to mem considerably: larger. The_ meetingwill I should septicemia. The bacterin Easy term. Nice property, with District, comprising Osceola.I Oranre'
lids frequently .
resemblance :
to granulated -
i Irt p" be given wide publicity: and a regarded as a preventative plenty land and bearing tr.... e and* Bemlnole Counties, and I earnest
leads to believe that y solicit the of all Democrat
Section three parents only and not room modern house cheap and ore support
1 says: "Every mem- cordial invitation is extended by: the as a cure. In the Democratic Primary to b. be4
the of their children are affected term
ber shall provide himself with a sufficient citizens of Tallahassee to all the as eyes When hemorrhagic septicemia occurs 10 ACReS rood land right at stationon June Ith. I .have served Oaoeola.
number of overall to wear in sociation's members and to all who with the latter when it is in reality within a herd all the well animals Dixie Highway small grove County In the State Legislature the/ {

0 .the performance of his every-day: : du are interested in good roads. the far more serious trachoma. should be separated from those rood barn rood property owned last refer three to my sessions record and there.If I. respectfully ;
Board of health officials ask the by an elderly man who has no nerdof ?
ties. They: shall be Worn on every sick, and placed in non-infected quarters this farm and can buy It elected I will serve the district to- ,
u day except Sundays. In 'doing socie WITH BETTER SIRES FLORIDA assistance of parents in the present and vaccinated immediately. The rla-ht. Come,talk It you over with ow- the best of my ability.N.. .

ty' one is at liberty to don his others LIVESTOCK SURE TO IMPROVE campaign. In this connection par- carcasses of all animals that die of nfOr :C. BRTAN..
l but when at work he must'..port"hi. ents are urged to examine the eyes this disease should be buried at least EJCCFLLKNT RUNNING stock farm. Klsslmmee. Florida.

overalls." Another evidence that Florida of their children and where these is five feet under ground or burned. well mule*,'Supplied cattl and with well:Implements.; Improved: : FOR TAX AsE.soR.'r

Every individual member is constituted -f'farmers are improving, their livestock evidence of an infection to take themto The hides of animals that died of One property 10 acre bearing
ann-;;;
a committee of one to report I. that 52 farmers and livestock an eye specialist or get" in touch hemorrhagic septicemia should not trove fronting' on large lake anda I hereby my candidacy
maker that can be boughtright for the offlee of Tax Assessor of Os-
with the state board of health at money
b' immediately all breaches of section be removed since'such hide
: raisers have Joined the "Better may ceola County, subject to the action or
F three and' the violators are to be Sires-Better crusade.. This. Jacksonville. I spread the disease. If the hides are 17.000- ACRES In a ranch, with Improvements the Democratic' Primary, to :'
p.e':: ::
fronting' a flne lake, land June 1th. 120. and will
fined; twentr-: ye eent..nd "upon that these will removed they should be
firs means men use only BIRMINGHAM OVERALL CLUB sprayed divided Into 3 pastures, 17.60 p.r your vote and support.JENNINGS .
default of payment of this fine within pure bred animals as sires. thoroughly with a strong disinfecting acre, long time pay for It. I. B. PREVATT.
a a period of three days, the offender This means a great deal more' than HAS 2000 ENROLLED MEMBERS solution. The litter should be NELSON REALTY COMPANY. J

shall be ostracised by the club." /52 pure bred stres, for the reason spread on the fields, exposed to the -- FOR SHERIFF.
of
At Lake City: that some breeders'are' using anywhere Two thousand men in. all walks sun for several hours, and plowed WANTED. I hereby announce for the office or jfI
With overalls being exclusively Ufe have Joined the Birmingham Overall under Sheriff of Oseeola County. If elected
worn deep.
from dozen
one to a purebred very FARMERS-Bend today for a tree
I
will do
the I will
club in campaign against my duty. appr.olateyour
: by: the high school students sires at the present time. As a result a The stalls, sheds, yards and mangers sample copy of the Florida Farmer support.
who started the move, an overall there is bound to be. very high cost of clothing. Started in a which are infected should be and Stockman published at Jacksonville YOUNG TINDALL.
,club is being organized by the men spirit of jest the idea rapidly gained sprayed with 'a S Ten.,about livestock ralsImr. -
: noticeable improvement in' the character per cent solution dairying poultry, citrus fruit
with 600 member a* its goal."A of -the stock on. Florida farms converts and today'the headquarters of lysol ,'A solution of this strength and trucking weekly, at 11.00 per ANNOUNCEMENT FOR STATB '
'wearin''oh de blue" i*. the slogan of within the next few years. Farmersin of the club was thronged with ,volunteers i I. made b:* adding 4 ounce of lysolto year--three year for '$1.00. Only SENATOR.

the local club.JLeesbtrrg anxious to sign the roster. one gallon, of water. ." Carbolic Jly..tock.1.n..ra.l. farming paperIn TH1i! DEMOCRATIC
21 counties have enrolled in' this acid the states Writ today. VOTER OF"
'. ; has started its overall Monday night amass meeting will 0 TOf NINETEENTH SENATORIAL.
"crusade. Alachua county leads with I ounces to one gallon of water, THE
..I
dob. Thirty members be held in the largest auditorium of ia WANTED-Man with team or auto !-
were signed seven Marion six .. five Bay also a good disinfectant. It is best
; ; : entered the race for. State.
when will be takenon to sell 117 W.tkins
the vote who rive bond *
up the first day: and the enthusiasm four and the others follow with : city a to apply the disinfectant solution can home and farm product BIs-- Senator from the Itth Senatorial District -
is t the proposition: to don overalls the with\ : comprising the Counties of Orange -
RwIn" three two.and -one member each. a spray pump.Freshly slacked concern of kind In .world.
TAn overall club in every county following' Sunday morning and wear lime should be.applied very liberally fest to $1000 yearly. Income. Territory Seminole and Osceola an1
them until the cost of tum In this county 'open.' Write pledge myself to abide by your action .y
; fa th'United States would 'halve PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. clothing'- around the. premises after the disinfecting today J. R. Watkins Co. Dtpt ill.Wlnona Democratic Primary be heloV
j\nd quarter the high price of clothIng bles. solution has ,been used. Minn. 17." June Sth. If elected I llo give mrbest .1/ ft

., .- M01I,"* 'says'th* "..per'NwI edttorially W. H. DRESCH. PH. G. Theodore Lamar a prominent business The direct rays of the sun will kill - - -. -- efforts to M.the O. OVERSTRE people I reprenU 1T

k" i, ,, : in commenting upon the 10 a. m., Sunday: school) and adult man-and secretary of the'club, the germ causing hemorrhagic septicemia T.

organization'' of the local) overall Bible classes." is responsible for its organisation. in a very short*time, but 'this FOR COUNTY' COMM1SSSIOKER: : +
dob.' The club !is growing rapidly 11 A. m.. Preaching. Subject He advanced the idea in conversation &, for parts [ Political 1 Announcements J >

ft reAll the boys: in the (Miami High "Elijah' Alone.: with several friends and within .24 expolsedito the t nlightin, tborlse Friends of to E. L. D. Overstreet his a."t

.school the teacher and 1,600 children 6:30: ,p. m., Christian Endeavor hours he was joined by. hundreds of It U very: important that hogs and candidate us for announce re-election a name* as r

c the central grammar school meeting men some of whom constituted 'sheep be kept isolated from cattle FOR COUNTY' COMMISSIONER.: commissioner from District count

Ti ., and sin in all grocery: stores havesigned 7:30: p. m. Preaching. Sub jeci"The themselves membefshio committees, infected with hemorrhagic septicemia I hereby announce myself'a eandl subject tie to the Action of the June.ft lemo-' J
era primary to be held In
in the city'* latest "drive. date for the office Of Commissioner
np In three overall and old Forgiving Spirit. : and also kept from infected *>remi. from District Count,. and
.
"r cloth clubs 'to be inaugurated Mon, 7:30 p. ,m.. Wednesdayevening. ', London- distillers have i sea, sine theae animals can contract respectfully solicit the support of the FOR ,MEMBER: or SCHOOL: BOARD*.
y' day. The( high'' school boy 'served prayer meeting. I the disease from infected cattle or voter of that dlstrct In the June primary. ----- "
.warning that new clothes Public cordially: 'invited to attendthese'services. definitely: decided to start big new Infected premises. I hereby announce myself a candi
any: worn
the of date for election.
..6f" plants for< production power L H. WBTHBRBEB.I1 as member'Of th*
.
to school Monday will look ,,like.old. alcohol the Motor. The annual School Board from District No. 1. andr "
say
'bef or* the day: is over. take this method of announcingmy respectfully. solicit the support of he-
I Flowing1artesian, wells some forcing production aimed at I* 80,000,000 JOHN, ITS ,TIME TO CO TO JAIL!II candidacy'' for reelection to the Democratic YoC.ra 'ofOsceola County r

,..;t.:..... ;'e6e'has more ,Imltatlona 'than any: water as high 'as 20 feet above I gallons. I Jersey: City: : =Forty :yearis! a County office of In Tax the Primary Collector to'of be held Oeeeola on In the" approaching. 'W.Primary..Co BAIl, 'I ? 1

other'.Chin and ,Fever Tonic on. the the surface'' are found' in various I Bub-My-Tism: is a powerful antiseptic long' time, to be married and even June Ith. Sine being In this office I ,

-/ market but'no one -want Imitation section, of the .state. ; it kills the poison caused from i most moonstruck of couples sometimes have office' devotedmy aot'- .n..a..lnlf whole Ini'time. any to other the FOR PROSECUTING: ATTORNIT.. ......,. I

'i) They are dangerous ,things, in' the Florida ha*'a':climate allowing the Infected ,cute" '.cure' old .sores, tetter, .' some .powerful find it necessary diversion to to make resort lifea to business.d. I promise of any the kind.'. same' If careful re nomlnat, and 'I am, a Attorney candidate for for Osceola CountyProsecuting 'County-- ,N<.

modicin lIne-\cI.: growth of crop In'every month, eto adv. ; success for so long a period. Mrs., personal attention to its duties as in In the Primary, election to b*. held ;
1 : ._ the past. ; I solicit your vote and In J.. : , ,
-- - John sixty' for novelty< has Juneelected .
-- .----- Kel1erL: Huence and .assure you that it will be I I>led.myself to faith.
bad arrested Jf our,times very much appreciated. fully and dlllrently discharge the
... -rA fII. ..: a.year.< I _. .L': .BANDY: dutree of the ,,office without fear orfavor. -
John Kelley: seventy'wa'arraigned ; i '
.' FOR ,*HERIFF.1Thereby MILTON PLEDGER.,
; I before Judge John' A. Blair in ,

DR. ,T..RIVERS. '; ',: A L. //. CEDGE , .GEO.. :sT.'SINGELTARYCashier '' i.' special his. sessions wife"Whathave. .' e,.-:charged' - with. beating cede*county for the announce, and office respectfully.myself of Sheriff a,* a of solicit can.dldat O*.. .. ,

,,..." Vice.Pradd at : to My fore yourself the support of' the democraticvoters k

,., ''i'I. .. .., "", .,. ( ,. ,', .' T" Judge Bair asked him. '. inth June .W-. ,'PaTH. ,
.. .IL
' < ' "I i."i, J.
\ .
1'ri".J\ ,.}, .. "Nothing to.It ? said John Kelley.
\. ,
( ' \ ; v'I". I" .i, r t-c,' '1i J" '" ,' J' e '" .
. '- ;1; /,'" '; ' .. /, : .r,: ." "My, i wife lias a romantic*disposition ) -f *
,. .,, :,. ,,' . .r''J ... .' (, ,, >, ,.. , ., ," and .. Four.times FOR SRBRIFF.; a
> ,.; ' .1. : A. "'J..,!." \i1'Irsi'b'" \ Imagines; 1h1n. . a .
: :."J". ,- ,,, '. )"' ". X-*>m candidate far* the office of
Ii'f'jr . ." "
. . ' "' ,r-: '',' \ . '. year since we haft) been married *b* Sheriff of ,Osceola and will "
.. .' -I, . \ .. '. ' ;iI' f .' has had arrested." "' eouDtl"- "
:: me appreciate your
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'r' 01.t:
f. : : : :: : ,: :.: . .Discharged "_ i said Judge I Blair.aorry the> democrat primary to b* '
4, , ., ... .."., ., st ,. .. k next Junes If elected I, promise to L LT
'. ;... ; :.'; '" 'i'''' /, .jr; f" ': '-!!< ;." : ?" (, ;.":' 1". for you." th. dptie.'Of the office
-
"
.1'. .; I'... ... .,. . J" S ,A ire. '' impartially and to do III,. level best
\ ... .,ceps may,;-..... ,. :('f'.. .J. n-le-, ..*, __,..4:v_q. ,, d.-b..t.SherIC
this
FIGHT THE MOSQUITOES. to. make county. :
+" header ha*. ..'' tl'ff
,
<" : thai! 1. I B. ARMER.
mosquito
Have you' remembered
; .
Bank .oi'Oscepla: Count ) time i* about heret v v FOR cocirrr: COMKIIONBR.: *
Ban :you screened door and windows '
or,do 'you: enjoy i the mosquito ,WO.: kcClelland of. 'Kenansvllle.announce :
' hi*,candidacy' for. County {
t' -e KISSIMMEEFLORIDA : a* a tenant'with rouTr', *
-- a ." ; : "" Cosomlssloner from District No. S. y '
t / 'Have 'yon. noticed that an uncorked Mr. McClelland ha been; a ....
'Successors to . bottle in the :yard can'catch rain Oaeeola County' for -the past twenty
7 water enough' to raise a:whole colonyof years, engaged In farming and cattle
and If elected assures. the
of : .. mosquitoes t. ' raising. of his district and aunty tae
Bank Kissimmee
'$ !< .,)Citizens.. Do you punch both), ends of every best services at hi. command. .. 4
. ,
' ,, T .
; 1' 'tt' 'r .. can :yon'open '
I. j" t: ,: k ... These qu.atlODI'were asked By: the 1 FOR COPKTT JPPOK.' r'

News -of. Gainesville when the Gen. announce ,
I hereby myself 'a eandl-
.. era).- Extension 'Division hal one of date for County of Osoeola .:w ?.,N
;,' "t bfy; 'at .;';'. '\ s4 .', a a. the Brest classes: for the study ofbesithpioblems County, snbleet to the Democratic ..,
: I Primary' to be held June 'Sth. 1.... f
'_" f fk ; I will strlv If elected to perform the eLINCOLN
'ie' 10 f 4 / J ". .. ''Dr. C.' F. Hodge, who is ha charge dutle .of the office efficiently, eour
,E .1.\ y F \ of all such classes has devised a flytrap : MOuo1) and. ...GEORGE ,1
>; "
.W.',)ox. ,
'to \' which'has for its object tbe'wninC' re .

of the' usual order-by: putting .
:
FOR .COPHTT COMMISSIONER. 'II"
file within, screen wall and'aJ.- .
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:: ?? !, ,,,j :,Thm BanA'Wit1s th* Ability .. lowingVpcrsons the freedom of the I'hereby' announce myself ae' .. ,candidate .. MULLET."

T'I.. ,:and: WillingMt* to SeN'l\, .. .:Jj ,.... r' "4 ,;1tt'). DEf.OS1f\ : INSURED.;. I traps7 open. maybe Direction procured*, for making from the these of of District June for Number Ith.County lt.0.Three Commissioner. 'UJ., ,' primary for. 'Th People's' Candidal*' for Governor'. It." ,;

,'", ':> '1f "- ,.< 'jo !ficeof the i General Extension JHviaion I desire that you exercise, .4 your I Give Him Your 'Firt'ChOice Vote '4Y

_,,.'h I . ;+ t. i ,;':.University' ',of Florida; ,. paln . judrment'". '....'. -this. IIII''matter.... -. .without:any.. ',He i. ;for 'alt chi People:aU .the'lime,.-:v i ,

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