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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 24, 1897)-

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-- : As previously announced, the Victory 1 committee for St., Cloud.
The bond election held here .Saturday men are men of wide experience, and' : THE BULKHEAD HAVE BEEN VOTED; PROSPECTS Loan drive is scheduled to, take I I Executive Committee j"I

when the qualified; voters of the there is no question but that the pioject ::: FOR A BIGGER AND BETTER KISSIMMEE ARE : place April 21st to May 10th, amountnot I C. A. Carson, J, .K.. Lunfer, John *
city were asked! to pass judgment on will be handled with the greatestcare : less than Five Billion Dollars. ,1 Partin. J. K. Conn.

the bulkhead project was a sweeping and according; to sound business ': BRIGHTER THAN EVER, BEFORE. .f The quota for Oseeola county has npt Committee for Kisitiminee. :
victory, in favor of civic improvement.So principles. It will require thirty daysto yet been fixed. Plans are being: made i I J, C., Farmer. L. H.- Godge, W. B.
strong was the sentiment, in. favor validate the bonds And the hope THE BOARD OF TRADE IS TRYING'TO HELP KIS;" S' for an intensive drive with::1111' view Crawford. C. W Word M. Katz E. I'f
'Of bulkheading th'at only 32 negative has been expressed that as little time ,. .. of securing the entire quota allowedto' ,II I). Katz, II.: C. Stanford John I'art'n' '
votes were polled while 140 be-lost"; as possible before actual operations SIMMEE AND HER CITIZENS. YOUR' CO-OPERATION i 'I'' this county whatever it may be. |IC' W. Griffin S.; L. Lupfer, J. E. Yt*}'\
voters favored the issue. are begun. \ I We have had a number of excellent Lupfer, J. I). Jeffords J. Wesley |
'The Gazette hus been predicting an The lake is standing at almost IS NEEDED. YOUR PRESENCE IS ASKED FOR TONIGHT ; I people visit ue-during the winter. A Brown. J. Z. Koberson. *: f
easy victory and prophesied a .ratio high water mark and the present I most excellent suggestion has been Committee for St. Cloud. ?'C
,, of 4 to 1. The results however, were time would be most propitious for AT 7:30 AT THE CITY COUNCIL HALL. ; I made to the effect that it would be I'I J. K. Conn Edd George W: T. .j j 1
even better tha nthose figures and the undertaking The dredging ma-. I a splendid thing: for these visitors, Angel O. L. Buckmaster, James ColT, f I II
are nearly 4\11' to 1. chine could be brought in with no I LET'S GET TOGETHER AND STICK TOGETHER all of whom will :probably subscribe I I W. If. Tunnicliffe J. A. McCarthy, 1 :
The bonds for $97,500 were Voted difficulty with the present depth of .I for Victory Bonds to at least divide I II James Campbell, Otto Bleech John t,
for the' purpose of reclaimingthe water. AND BOOST OUR TOWN. PLEASE BE THERE.: I their subscription and let a portion ;i'Summerville S. Brammar, A. E. 1'
section of Kissimmee bordering Not "business men alone are I of them go through the locat committee ''' Drought: : A. Diefendorf, A. J. Brown( III
.on Lake Tohopfkaliga; a project gratified at the results of the bond SAM L. LUPFER, Secretary. here. Such generous: action.would W. A. Stauffer.
which has been dear to the hearts of election but the winter residents and be greatly appreciated and is cordially I, Committee for Narroossee. t.:
the people here for years. At one even the short time visitors here are invited. S. J. Entriken, F. W. Hill.
time it was thought certain that a Convinced that Kissimmee is comingto 4'Ga:X ,..X-MM-M M M-M-M- : "frfia'4'9'6\vi'4C :3d'4 Very strong: committees haven\ Committee for Campbell. -%.*' w. '

plan had been den+ised that "vpuld her own.Bulkheading. .. appointed ,for every section of the S. Page, R. V. Lanier J. K.
4 meet the approval of the property : the lake shore has county to conduct the drive. The Singeltary. t't'R. : :
owners who would be affectd, but been proposed for BO long a time thatit County Organization of the men is Committee for !Shingle' Creek.
the plan miscarried and the projectwas had become a cry of "wolf wolf" STRONG PETITION URGING given below. Mrs: J. Wesley Brown A. R. Dennis, H. W. Morrow C. A. '.
stopped temporarily.The and really meant only a clever form will continue as chairmen of the women flarrett. "
present arrangement whereby of advertising:, so it was rumored but and will announce her committee Committee; for KenansvlIle. ,
*>e city would shoulder the initial the vote of'Saturady is proof positiveof later. The "Organization already B. I". Roe, Wallace Phillips, W. H. I
expense just as street paving is done the determined intention of the complete is "as follows: Kempfer.
has been popular from the first and property owners here to put Kissimmee ENFORCEMENT SEINING LAW C. A. Carson chairman.W. f.
has developed RO strong; a sentiment in the list of growing: towns. B. Harris publicity chairmanfor Friends of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. AI''i
in favor of it that any obstacles I With the lakeshore bulkhcaded and Kissimmee.C. thur. of Indianapolis. Ind. who are
which presented themselves were I the adjoining lands filled there is no -- P. Johnson publicity chairman making Kissimmee their hendquar- {' .
"a easily overcome: i I question hut that a veritable epidemic -, Ever since the organization of the I W, R graham Hull'.1'- t, It is now up to the city council to' of building: will break out and that Kissimmee Board of Trade an effort Ira UnnHNick !Ke' eruJos. .1 I.. \II\i. lir.m\\ inn inKd O. B. Falls chairman speakers ;in Florida have received word tellingof \ .r.
e"> dictate the manner in whch the work j Kissimmee will witness a boom on a I has been made to re-establish Kis ThnrinanKulit. t'
.' i carried out. Those worthy and sound foundation. I simmee in its its old-time reputation to some of W... I.Vlnn. 11 Smith M M It.i II. I' .- H. Bowen chairman speakersVICTORY -_ :week.:_ ____ _____________ __________, .. I
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II;' of the best fishing to be found in this l> -rli>Klii-i-I AW.. Marmaruk
part of the state: iill-r. Kno;; X. A. Russell I

W. B. CRAWFORD. ELECTED There has been a strong sentimentin (Murk.. II. KinxrrM Ho -.-llO \I'"'. S/01"n N.-'"U.n LOAN COMMITTEE 1

favor of securing government aid (c"row .1. II. Mil!..
in restocking Lake Tohopekaligawith 11 1-:, soul I, <" ( N I'.aer

I GRAND PRELATE K. OF P. organization talized game at the fish when recent and they this meeting went feeling on of. crys-record the <(Kuhcl 1..: n.It i F.: Cells"llodiu-tt"ItHilfl'H..n 1'J...I\'i.1\IIliullit\\,'.. ItlchaKlsS Illl...Unundrrl. / ;,, PREPARING FOR RIG DRIVE '''t i iThe I

as favoring the enforcement of I ('. M HliiiUclA. "- John llol<.U>ii
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.r'ow"! .1 I. Ovi'rH !M'Ct
the laws against; seining here. '. ,
J Nelson John H, fa office' I The Board of Trade appealed to J. WcBley Brown I.. H;. SpotiHler,
i W. -Crawford, Osceola! county'prosecuting but one between, and after he the fishermen to desist! form robbing <'. H frumA C". 1" .',".- -nit Victory Loan committed ed from the Fourth Liberty Loan 1 j''
attorney was signally attains that honor, Kissimmee will :these lakes of the fish and to the' "', StilniiA \V .\. :MCuol" Osceola county met at the council i was exhausted last December and '
honored at the Grand Lodge of the ; have the distinction of the . S.; Muni .::11. 1.. StotiiK 'that
being only I'i county officers to see that th'e law J M. HuwlK-K .1 I. lluninlii't chamber yesterday afternoon andwa's the government had borrowed
K. of I' at the Tallahassee meeting/ town of its size to have among her I was carried out to the letter. Then : J, M. :McdulnJ. . ,- II, II", ,,..-,, I called to order by Chairman C. since that time more than four and I
)jbst week, when he was made Grand ,citizens two past Grand Chancellors; !I to indicate Just how strong the sentiment ; :M. \\ oortnllII (I' W MIIllioiiII / I A. Carson. Representatives were |in half billions dollars; he said these ;fI '
Prelate by a vote of 92 against 28 .the Honorable W. J. Sears having'held H >liillerw ..1.Iw....'"l lM I had been "
was in favor of such action a n \\ ii for his opponent that office. i iI I petition to that effect was circulated A \\'. Smith K S, .JohnHon Jr. ind| Shingle Creek I Iin order to speed up the preparation t
'It is considered" honor enough to I ,\ '1'. Fnodgrass J. It. 1.'rauhart that he the for and
K. C. Bryan was made District among the business men of the vicinity I Chairman Carson stated of United Stales the war
be placed in this position, but Whenit i Deputy at* the Tallahassee meeting/ !t tJ and the visitors here. The Jieti- 1 1H.. Johumm. :M. M. Jaxc'iij Total 219:! was not yet advised what amount that speed had ended the war earlier s
is remembered that Mr. Crawford J having: In1ls\ territory the counties J tion. which is printed herewith has would be fixed for the loan and con ,thun was expected and thereby saved
skipped .three offices which usually i lof, Osccola,. Orange .Lake and Semi-I more than two hundred signers., For the benetit' 'those who sequently could not state what Osce- thousands of lives .of our; lIIO\dierll.\ '
,precede this position! ,is still more' nole. With two hundred 'influential men are ola's quota would be. He thought Mr. Mattocks said this county could
gratify .;t and,i.makers his, progress meetingofiR I \ }; hf'o.Grand asking" that(,seining; be stopped !there I not familiar' with thepro'visione it of;the., however the, amount''. of the ;' loan have either a hydroplane and a tank,
toward f Grand *{$ Chancellorship s 1i! the odge55 will I at 5t'u i g u' ins could be no'doubt : that; their,wishes lawJl prohibiting'jseininglinFLakeTos! would bo*.fixed at* 5000000000. or an'airplane and a tank,: sent': here J
toward j% Grand! ''rf CheneellorBhipUpthi'highestlpoaitionlln } P ah1rand will,L\'rarrled\ ;out,:and "its" would bo\ hopekaligafwe I : P rmbelowlhe\ special object ,of ,thIs,meeting! as',.stated by to assist in arousing enthusiasm j for
)theiGrundiLodgel/ onlylai'matterofltimegtill' ; ; ; \ Kissimmee' act/passed. > <,il./ *, .by)thnileg; : ;slatureiof11915' :l ! ;fl the 'theiVhairinan,1wnS: \ ; map out:,a ,plan the loan.(11'0 '..?'f'; J'.1lVU, , \ \ ; t fiKgSSK .
shorter by*three*yearsJWWSs; (! lP 211rs. W J. S. Carr+ and CiIAPTER 2071No.s265): :: 1 lfhy-
,..,s ; would be again the mecca of anglers. :: ( ). of campaign and get the different The committee decided that
At the time Mr. Crawford was their son Lawrence, who has just re- will be carried out-and it will be only AN ACT making; it unlawful to : cimmittees! at work on a campaignof droplane would be more of a novelty
paid this high tribute special reference I Burned, from overseas service,.\yiththe ia matter of a short time till Kissimmee Catch Fish in Certain Fresh Water j education so that when the drive here than an airplane and requestedthat
. was made of the fact that his Canadian troops, arrived Saturday will be again the mecca of ang. Lakes in Osceola County and Pro- begins all will be familiar with the a hydroplane and a tank be sent
father,, the -present 'Se'retary'of for a few days visit with Mr. and < viding a Lit'ense"for Fishing in Other reasons for the loan. during the campaign.
State started on the official road to ito I j S. H. Bullock. They returned hers Fresh Water Lakes and Streams. in R. W. Mattocks, field representativefor I Good speakers will be sent here
the Grand Chancellorship of Floridain I Coronado Beach Wednesday. Miss TO WHOM It MAY CONCERN: said County: this section of Florida was pres. from time to time before and after
that very hall nearly twenty years Katherine Carr came down from the | ent and addressed the committee the campaign opens to educate and
Cathedral school at Orlando and We the citizens, vie Be it enacted by the Legislature of
undersigned making valuable suggestions for their instruct the people on the necessityof
ago.Mr.. Crawfor dis now in line for the spent the week-end the guest of Mrs itors and taxpayers of Kissimmeeand the State of Florida: guidance in conducting the cam subscribing as liberally as their
position of Grand Chancellor With Stanford. Osceola county Florida are op. Section 1. That it shall be unlawful will .
to the violation of law, and werespectfully for any person .or persons to paign.. _ . _lie. u stated_______that_____mone"_______deriv-_____.means permit. .
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and the catch fish in any fresh water lake or
request urge
A. COTTERMAN CONTRACTSFOR BONDS Kissimmee Board of Trade to take other streams in Osceola County of AIRPLANES likely go. on to Jacksonville via Day-
POST OFFICE FIXTURESA. BULKHEAD I whatever steps are necessary to enforce this State with any seine less than MAPPING tona.Later
II the will be extended
: the State Law against the sein- four and a half inch mesh stretched I map

A. Cotterman_ who secured the ARE IN DEMAND ing of Lake Tohopekaliga and East except the pocket and wings of the from Arcadia. to _Fort__Myers.C. !!...
pocket of said seine which shall not ROUTE ACROSS STATE
contract for the post office location Lake Tohopekaliga: A. CARSON SPEAKS FOR
I .1. !If WIIIM"n V n. Falls exceed seventy-five feet in length.
for the in his brick VICTORY LOAN TONIGHTThe
corner room
\ !M. Tiller A. ('ott..rml1n'I'
Provided that nothing herein shall :
1 r block on Broadway let the contract j That there will be indisposing S. "In'k .1. n t. (','uflullII I
I visited
no difficulty be Kissimmee Thursdayby
construed was
this week for the fittings to the Cor I .l. 'Tn'lor .1. F I:. LnpfrAlber as allowing the catching Victory Drive which begins
} of New Britton Conn. of the bonds( voted for I), ( 11'111111 \\' f.. "nullt ; of fish in the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga Lieutenant William Clark an air the later part of April, opens with an
bin Company bulkheading Klssimmec's lakefront'j A. A. Ablntt. c.V. nest, and East Lake Tohopeka ship pilot, and Lieutenant George W. i educational campaign beginning to-
The representative of the company in last Saturday's election 1..I1111n 111)1'8 .1. a/. ('I""OW'lh liga with seine at time during Goddard photographic observer, who I Hon. C. Carson will
here this week and assured Mr. I W II. Norris .T 11. heed any any I nght when A.
I was that everything would be good figure is evidenced by the interest I A. S. Nelson .T N. Iinss. Sr.t the year. ffew up here from Arcadia to make address/ the audience" from the bandstand 1
Cotterman which is being displayed! by t'. \ '. UrlClIlI 11. never for regular ofgas
Sec 2. That it shall be unlawfulfor arrangements a supply ; following the regular band
middle of June.
the '
in readiness by JoJ.i.IIM"
the bond buying firms throughoutthe .1. III. IIYII" ( \ and oil for the planes which are *
I concert.
'. '. persons to catch
r \\ or
The equipment will include new up- I II J. 11 'In..dman .T Simpson any -person
, to-date lock automatic boxes. country A. \, Ilnrrls (lea \v. HammA. any fish in Lake Tohopekaliga or expected to be here for the next This custom will be continued each
Notwithstanding the advertisement'for s 'HI..I. S.; \'. alillerc week ten
Lake East Tohopekaliga in Osceola week the following speakers having
;Mr. Cotterman is having the painting .'. .
I the sale of the bonds! appears \\,0,1,11 1' 1'rua etllt. ) The aviation authorities me making I been to make addresses in
in this State at time in appointed
County .
\ done aVid will\ have it in apple pie ( I'la ford 11. 1 Snyderluhu any '
the time his contract with in the Gazette this week for T. llenves H. H. Brl"" any manner except by ordinary hook a complete photo map of the the interest of the work :
order by the first timp, J. It. Gilbert city Leon It. 1I".k .ieu. A. B'II s and line. course followed\ by the airplane route Hon. W. J. Sears Dr. W. B. With-
> the government begins. clerk, is authority for th'e statement 1'( 1':. Vawetl S; I.. 1.1I'.f.' :, from Arcadia to Jacksonville.' This: crspoon 'ol. Lewis O'Bryan Attor-
.. it shall be unlawful
11. K I'u""y Y"I'III"f' 1a Sec. 3. That I i
. that he has received no less than lIf. I,t.: St. piens, W II. \\'JthPI'wqn I for or to catch''(will be a strip of terra firma about neys Z. Bass, A. Akerman W. B. .
With the assistance of Congressman .twenty-five inquiries from bond buy- \V. al tltI..r 11. :a1. Tedder any person persons twenty miles wide. The pictures Crawford :Milton Pledger, Geo. W.
11L assist fish in i
W. J. Sears Sam L. Lupfer sec- ers concerning the financial status of H. WhI. I.. 1-:, Alford or in catching any manner I will be taken at an altitude of 0,000 Fox and' Pat Johnston; A. S.; Nel-
hook line
, retary of the Board of Trade has re- the city and asking for other infor- I f'hilit.s'ha"1nn. 1VIldher Sam 1'. A.L SoudersH. I.unfrr: in except fresh by water ordinary lake and other |feet which would photograph an son, H. C. Stanford Mayor J. S. Ca-
ceived) from the United States Bu-' mation concerning the sale of the N IIrallo" ? H. C'. 1'lann, any !Osceola or in this area of one square mile with one ex- del, I D. G Wagner, and mayor-elect
stream of I
of Fisheries the promise of a bonds. Urd Mass I.'. \. could County W. J.
reau posure.It Steed Rev. W. H. Coleman and
. of black bass fry sufficient These inquiries were brought about I C. .t. ('arson .f t.. Iteanan State who has not previously\: paid is expected that the em-
supply) A. h:. 1I.r.I..n H. .1. ..1lwoodL for and procured from the County I planes Rev. R. F. Hodnett.
it to form" a brood which will\ eventual- I by the agitation which has been given P. Jeffurdy 111. II. Porter to ployed in this work will make their There will be out of town speakers
' { lv: restock our lake with this splendid ] the matter through the columns I.. H. Tress ()scar" lerhyshlreL. Judge/ of said County .a license license headquarters here till the course is but these cannot be announced at
of which
I the amount
, of this the past few weeks! IL edgy .Tn' NI nItts fish complete to then will
!y game_ : _.!ilt.u! : paper .T. Z. Hql..r..n 1:11.: ('huh' shall\ be Ten Dollars]\ ; all of said licenses Kissimmee this date. ____________ ____ _.c. _ _
reo., I'. Oarcl".r, H..T IL M. JohyT Yells to be issued for a period of ()
H. ltronson
PROMINENT CHATTANOOGANKILLED H, U. talc, cV.. Moore twelve month! or less beginningwith ; COUNCIL ASKS FOR BIDS ON
f. I.-.hnll..r. P. 1. -Imp..on; the month of October. Provided
1 .\, I.. )11\'ld""n 1. Ne,'por I Iplans
that nothing herein shall be construed -
('. (. Jo' Thra.h..r.T.
. ('. IIlhhle T':. J. M"r'I laeld, as allowing\ the catching of BONDS AND WORK
,T \\'. 'lIdpr (ten Matthews1' fish in l the waters of Lake Tohopekaliga -
\ H. .T"P" F Ll Tlurh..m and Lake East Tohopekaliga at
i.' 0, C'. McLeanV. II. ('rmll'r
. J. II. .Wann was killed in an auto -' ed.G. 1. F:. rouOhl I A. W. I.""",, any time and in any manner exceptby The city council met on Monday and specifications adopted by-
J accident Tuesday and other occupants 'I A. Barnes and his wife the oth- T A. Lancaster. 1.. 111 WllllnmsIt. ordinary hook and line. night of this week to canvass the returns the city council and now on file in
er occupants of the car were both. Fleming R R Hall Sec 4. of the bulkhead bond electionand the city clerk's office.
, of the car were injured when C'. \Y.Vnrd f1 h. Todd Any person or persons
badly injured. The former suffering again on Tuesday to ifonsider
"'nyne"ard .T E. H"'I" violating the provisions of this Act Each' contractor will be required to
, two autos collided on the Dixie High- from a severe scalp wound and a bro- ". H Coleman :M. I. Stout shall be deemed guilty of a misde- the best method of proceedure now furnish a certified check for $1,000.
. J way two miles below Loughman. ken jaw bone, while Mrs. Barnes hasa .1. .J Farmer A LnttnT. meanor and punished accordingly.Sec. that the bonds were carried. The unsuccessful bidders will receive
said that Mr. Wann attempted broken shoulder and a painful ( \V. Persons vV F. Bundle _Gity Attorney Lewis O'Bryan was their
It is R. 1. Stone R. (1. Vans \ e.. 5. That all]\ laws and parts of checks on demand, and the successful
. to pass a Ford" and as he turned put scalp wound. R.: T.: Butler' Wayne F:. ,\1IenF in conflict with the provisions instructed to take immediate steps one will receive his upon the
\a the wheels sunk deep into the soft Mrs. Wann was greatly shaken up R Ollb..rt H. B. Smith laws validate the bonds! and the council completion of the work. lie will also .
herein be and the hereby
same are
I sand threatening to turn over the but escaped with slighter injuries lIT.(' .1. HI..k"Farmer n.0"0.O. Boylearson 1IIrKall"O. is advertising for bids on these be required to give bond equal tot
car. Seeing that he was in danger, I than any member of the party. to' Krlhhs H. 0 fll"'rr. repealed.. 22 1915. bonds and on the construction of the .enty-five per cent of the amountof
_ he threw his car suddenly back into The body of Mr. Wann was broughtto \ ?. R I'lIl1dpr..on ,\. 3. MncflonnuithF. Approved May bulkhead and fill. The bids on the his bid, and 'those bonds musb
the road and lost control of it. His Kissimmee and prepared for ship- ,. 1If.11. Evans inwsont'\S'.. H lIT. Arnold Ald".rn. bonds will\ be closed on Friday April meet the approval of the city council.It .
car a big Buick turned turtle, then ment. his son, Walter Wann of Chattanooga Emil IIInrh C': to' TI..onR. COUNTY LIVE STOCK IN. 18th, at 7:30 p. m. A certified check is gratifying to know that the
end over end coming to a stand still, ; Tenn., who was notified by n. .'lIl1mlln Ttoas craves SPECTbRS MEET SATURDAYThere for $500 must! accompany each bid, machinery has alrady, been set in
facing south, from which he was wire started immediately for this 1..1. Y. Story. ('. H. Orllnthllm payable to the city treasurer.The motion to bring about the great development
t'ommg. place arriving: here Wednesday af Milton\V. (pl..d..r'arson H.T at M. op Hr..nk..rr er will he 'a meeting of the notice to contractors asks that Kissimmee has 'looked forward
Mr. Wann probably met his death ternoon.Mr. ('hiller; Tr Schatzlen county live stock inspectors at the sealed bids for the filling by dredgingof to for .so long.
from shock. Undertaker J. W.I I and Mrs. Barnes are beingcare lienV.. Pox Ernest I. Green court house tomorrow, (Saturday), approximately 100 acres of land
Thompson who cared for the dfor at Loughman. ,n.. \\.ooclh..k n. Wagner "Fred'has. Herzberg n. H'"I.onT afternoon at 2 o'clock. Dr. Hartke I and the construction of a fishing pier Mayor J. K. Conn of St. Cloud
stated that a severe bruise on the I I The party were all from Chattanooga \\'. .J Stead B. H F.ltg.'qfl. who is in charge/ of the cattle tick and boat basin a commercial dock and Edd George also one of the live
head would have had this result. Tenn.. and 'were en route home 1\f.\ KaU ICIU..... eradication campaign in Osceola and other work on the lakeshore wires of the "Wonder City" weN

: 'There were terrible cuts on the head 'after spending the winter. in South A A I. Reed T."""'''' TT.r. H 1. PI'"lh tonE ,'rJsclt county has called the meeting to talk [ Lake Tohopekaliga in the city limits. transacting business in Kissimmee
t and) one hand was fearfully larcerat- Florida towns. j Sparling' lIr I' C:rurton over the situation here. This must be done ,according to the last Tuesday.'Ir I

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sUj'd I FLORIDA CHAIRMEN .........................................................................,...................................................

"A/TY little girl is subject to n WILL KIDNEYS WEAKENING?

JLYJL attacks of stomach and bowel" PUT STATE OVER THE TOP ILOOK


trouble and Dr. "Cald\veU's Syrup ,Pepsin'al- Two. great conferences on the Victory ' ,..war. was\ costing the enormous" sum KMn r troubles don't' disappear of The houa.wlfa
relieves her 'quickly so she is soon play- l 1lul1..werp held', in, t-'lorMu, "n i.f two billion, dollars a month in its Thy grow slowly but moat u soon be without food a. wllhlaUj .
ways Thursday MId Friday pf last ,\'k. II i'lust tw'u\ months, and that enormous deadly atMullly.certainty undermining, until you' health fall a Wllh.vic er "Real Dutch Drops," *. .he
ing about as usual I have: used Syrup, Pepsin (>t Tnmm| ant l! Jacksonville., ) Hr.ll., sums were saved by Uncle Sam's tremendous tim to Incurable dlmvaso.Htop quITntly rail GOLD MKDAL Faarloat
l'ruui. of tlie spirit shown by the, l i preparations ,for war. The your trouble while there li time. oil, Capnul. They rwtor tranctb
would be l> without it chairmen and ,their andItri'ut i Don't wait until'little pAine become bltf"anti ..r. raaponalbl Ina ..teat meure
for 'three years and: not workers! 'I statements of the statistics bureau acnes. Don't trlfla with dlaeaa To for the ..tu.dobuet health of ,tile
( in the inspiration-. metinge'wd1 ; : (}if the \Var Department that six avoid future mifTerlnir begin treatment Hollandara. '
at price' giva'other cnsirmen'through: ( IIllthe tenths tiioru, of. war would have cost with rxjI.IJ MICDAI. Ifawlem Oil Cap. .
now any 100,000 sales now. Take three. or, tour everyday ; Dry not delay. On to your druggist andInxiHt
country.'f'ront I /an additional liveK. was quoted until are entirely free from on hi t. supplying you with <>ollMKUAL >
'/Frost a lent] .r i to \hr. f.alJwelJ wt'UK-n by\ J the district; liemlq-uarU-r > i.t troth: excellent effect, as showing pain. you Haarlem' Oil Capaulea.0 Takttwin .
..' : I Ml*. Jat. 1'. 'inith, Loa> > ViiKni!, Ate? I Atlanta gent Wjllijni: Itureltel l rrc 0" I Iecatlvt I what Atr..rica'saveo by. bringing the Tbla well-known preparation haa been aa directed. 'and It you are not
.,. \ 1'imbuTg J'It. . / '; ; fcri'tarVi; llnym alcl'adicn I : . thVar to an end. one. of for the centurion national'In remedies I09A.... of Ro".rn.11.1)Holland MtUfled refund with ro your ult. your nionay.druKKim Look will forth
vjoe.rliairinan for the district; .lii i.n i At the Tampa conference there meat of -Netherlands granted a. .. name GOLD MKUAL. on the box
Hull]), 4ifHiKtnnt pulilicity! (Ii reetoeliteairs. I were present J. A Griffin, zonechairman apodalh rter authorising. Ita prepara. and accept. no ,other.: In sealed flo...

: Samuel I.umpklti, dist <'l. \,1111"\\ ;; Mrs. W. S. "Jennings, ton.. ..and.. ..gala. .. .. .. .. .. three .1.. ".. .. .. ... ... .. ...
Dr. Caldwell'sSyrup man of the Woman') liberty f.iiait" r'loHdii/ state woman's chairman; L.: ..... .. .. ..,.. .. ........ .. ..,-'----...''....... .. .. .. . .
: Committee and sue of1' (the ''t; : i 11. I'e'nirn' zone publicity chairman --- .. -
force f>f all.]) Mrs" bumpkin tivr-( mjil. jiciiily all the ,'ounlyairl11en.!\ '

:; Pepsin c'1| 'nddresees" oft' In'th. 111t'.tif gi uijilnifpiriil / "At'' Jacksonville, Krod Hoyt, 'zone 1--' will news be feature interested that\ ,the. The entire Tam ,SUBSCRIBE FOR THE
''tnid'rbotn'rn' alike.\( Om1) '. ;
nitl chairman; !- I I' Fleming, zone pellk.el' Daily 'Time has. perfected astrong. '1.
I extel; lent result) was that the atilt/ i chairman, and Lee Guest, publicity |
,, I and \\\\)01 The j't'rrLaxalh.c: se< 11\1110 ' ( vUs ,, addressed... great thoroughness' ,
I ;"h'Js.1 to "" lire-Kent.\ The/ meeting( was
. (together) \\.II'III..r. s'para1oly* iiivl hv Cft-tn-ire II. .))eSltus lIrp. manager) i France Lieut. and Hay Angus I'm' 'mely] ,Williams just back, from religious sad get all. the news of( Oiceola
<'"-( 1''u1", in t'.& wily., ot the Federal Reserve (Hank Jacksonville
1. 1.4ry'ahere5O Sold, by"} Dnimiists: ) '
The individual quota| systemvi, ; > ; and by the nrcsiilont of 'the (
Lieut. It. n.I Hutchcraft, anotherTimes
'ts.i( : ) $1.00{) lh .. ,. j t II\<" cnunty ehairnien swirl l they would every county was .l-enresented. wilr\vritc> of Sunday from' his viewpoint '.
put the 1I 'j1t"nl ill effect. At both meetings the women's( or. will' Karl Timesfeature
'. At .<''II .h'' mweliiiwi j ev<"]"i'y countyI'fin'ii'iiuin jr""iii''ti' ( n werewell .,.represented, I. UI 'J.1C.Stumpf. Worthington' ,
he uuarded. against front pledgedhintselt) to iuKc Kiscounty 1 tho rivalled the men in writer.
CorVstipatiorx( is a condition to ( ( ::111 women managing editor and C). I 1). Wether-

infancy to old age. Dr. Caldwell Syrup Pepsi is as i I ( never over before the'top t ,were, It there wa: uirrredhot1 nUdigood )' thotr enthusiasm for the Victary ell. 'city editor, will also I contribute

it is effective on'even I'joan.: It was evident that Floridais sidelight) .on 'the meetings
safe and pleasant for children as reasons why the loan sh Wild\ l lii'cc'i'il "
excellent "tulk-, determined( to. go over the top with
constitution. A trial bottle can be obtained nor no many COUNTY TAX BOOKS
the strongest ""IJlI!' ,")il1t"." It was s'own' that the colors! Hying.
writing to Dr. W. B' Caldwell] ; I CLOSES EARLY IN APRIL.
free of charge by ---------------------- ------- - -- -
(1-----------------------------------, ., Monticello, I 111. SURPRISE LUNCHEON FOR his guard .and ,.whlle still hangingrby: The county tax hooks close on the tf WEBSTER'SNEW

.1' MISS' RUBY 'WHIDDEN his hand in space wiggles oil a shoertnd first' Monday in April so says Tax
.. stocking, thrusts his bare foot in INTERNATIONAL
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I No Norms In a llcaihy Child Tho nienihi'i" of ;Mrn H. .1. Hall's the guardman's pocket draws forth it)' for the statement that about the
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Notice to Cattle Owners I l All rliihlrcii. '....1I..1... . with worms 1'0an im telegraph/ clans very pleasantly "urlti.smj a Key, ring, selects the tight key and average: number of property owners DICTIONARIES men, engineers are use, bankers by .
inserting it in the key hole, turns thE! has visited his office and exchanged nets
healthy color, which liiillmti-H |poor lilmxl. and ana MJH8" Ruby Wh'ulden aba( ) ,
I'o-'r. I rule, itirrr In more. or li'ua'' Ktutnoi-h. dinturliniKv... noon with a birthday luncheon served;. lock. Opening the door Locke swing a I their cash for his receipts. Thereare judges, architects, physician
To the Cuttle (; of Oncc,>lat (.KOVC'S TASIKl.KSS dull IONIC ilvcn regularly iii the(/ class rooni. About the noun it close enotrgh to give him the level still about two weeks in which to farmers. teacher, librarians clergymen "
ount for'lwoor three weeks" will enrich the liluod. Itn* by cucceitful men unit
) : t'lre he requires and by resting perform this obligation then woe to
'hour IIil<\Vhidden! was taken out
High water, the rtfuult' of heavy prove the digestion and Sane a General Slri-nmh- women the world over.
the rnlnfflonlclo the whole"'.'Om.. "oure will lieu foII little ride and upon her return!\ against it hoists himself high enoughto the man. or woman for that matt..r.who '
cattle out to -
rains ,liar brought cuttle should be throw irTor dispel thew"r", ..and the Chilli will l be found their room quite transformed..All ( slip the rope loops over the nail J procrastinates! beyond that date Are You Equipped to Win?
These '
high ground. ID perfect health Pleasant to take. 60c her bottle, the work parahernulia and disappeared heads imd leave !him free.
.. free. them The New International providesthe
and to
rounded'up dipped
The photographed in aIunnlterruted "
and in its. place dainty i scene was n Subscribe far the Valley Gazette.
of cattle ticks with which they are means to success. It is an all-
infested at thin. time in small numbers. i I kept free of ticks will go back to the lunch cloths centered the table. The | ; of lloudint's closc-un to feat.prove thIgenuiness knowing teacher, a universal ques '
Tho marshes and sw'um"y land' {.raxing lands later and you will have room" was darkened and l green' candle. I tion answerer.If .
\P', ure not going to stay under water laecuniplilthecl'tick eradication with the .'.. in harmony with the date starch II XANKSCHILL you seek efficiency and nJ-
for nil time; by dipping your cattle smallest' possible expense of labor 17th. lighted the table where the ,delicious i iI I vancemcn t why not make daily
now that puts tick-free cattle on the 1 and UI a very xmull oat I lay of cash I viands, were "spread, \ The I VISITORS WELL ATTENDED usc'of this vast fund of Inform
or pastures.The I fly following out the above suggestion ..luncheon wits prepared\ picnic atlonl
summer ranges .tJo.It'1
cattle should! he dippred regularly it will be a .'-impU( matter toIha"dle iiinl no detail was omitted\ ',', I Tfie". regular Tuesday evening reccption .M.OOOVorabuluryTcrrnii.. *7oOPaft\ *..
14 days (hiring, the Hummer j the situation and in this l'JIY dainty birthday, cake was in evidence' , at the Hart :Memorial building TONIC 6000 so..oot.enaraphiralSubjeOs.lIIu.\nn., \ months every in order that the small thousand of acres of both wet and; !and l an exquisite boquet. of roses for ,given in honor of winter visitor; biographical Leine..

cuttle seed, ticks that happen to lie on high lands ranges and pastures" will the hoiioree.I gals well attended and an exceptionally 1M Burin -' Regular and Jndi.- aper Edition.writefor .
these grazing lands at present maybe he freed of the cuttle ticks and in I I 1 Plates were laid for Mr. und"alra.B. : pleasant evening was enjoyed bj tIeptnUIt IPeee4 ]Hrfpdtnictllac .
the such small counties when systematictick M." Hall, :Mrs. II.. W, (,rRly.1111.; ...." 'the guests. peotmr.
destroyed. Hy dipping
process AND n
you will have use of the grass, eradication i is established] these Nellie Crowder. Muriel I'r..n tit., Ethel: :I ilrs..1./ 1,. Ovrstreet and'' Mrs. W I "'; ":' Illuetnuou.1 . ;; ,
anti at the name time the cattle will will be released from taking heed to these simple and 1 :Mrs. (J. M. Sherouse. 'I arranged an .I
to clean and free, of the cattle ticks. fly : entertaining program j Map* ll y. u
In marshes and swampy ]lands thai questionsyou will nee your: cattle :i I Iuring'The afternoon\ time celebration .of musicalnumbers, and reading! .I., i' name tlili }
pre flooded at this time'; the rattle gain in weight und improve in condition vu ex tended ,ito* include a theaiter I which was well received by the au 50 rt.: No Cure-No lY purer.C.AC.

ticks seed ticks and eggs on such gradually ;you will\ have accomDlishtd party for the matinee. d settee. ro'.I',' .
lands will I be destroyed, HO that next what has never been done !before ( I| The program: dads iniaclaronvillefla.byTAETi v MERRIAM
"- with stocks of cattle apd FAREWELL COURTESIES -I'iiino olo-Mis Thelma Sutton. i : CO.
fall those wet lands will be quite| free your I i oPKALC400ERATIVE co ,
of cattle ticks. The cattle dipped it will be. a profitable investment. I FOR THIS: HARVEYS I j nt'lI.tinA'-J\liss. Geneva Roberson. ( .-" .. Spri"gf"ldII"L j
now and. durine the summer, and I When you tin this" you will never I I n"A.til1jt'-J\lisll. Cornelia, Lancnster"
allow'fever ticks, to reinfestyour I'ianu solo Miss Katherine Tiller
again | Miss l.ucilc Harvey was quite :, - -- -

'. cattle and premise. pleasantly surprised I :Saturday\ night Voice- Miss:: Maude Alice WagnerI 1oo--:..;. ...: ;.. X.;... ;.<_:_ _:_ '* ;.. .;..:.;..:.: .; ;..: :-:__: :.;...-.;..: '
The Great I Very respectfully( when a IIIU.ty'of her school frit-nd-, I At the conclusion of the program 1 h. ,
I I IIn. (5 R MAftTKK. from the Osceola High school came .Miss I i ISriggs was asked to sing, am''vt'1 .:
ML. Veterinary In-pcctor. OsccolaVliunty in for a "spend the evening." Nu -"}' gracefully responded. with sec t Noticei

Influenza Tornado Florida.Board '!formal program was prepared but erul( 'numbers. Tax 'l

the young people enjoyed ganns anti. iji
it-'musementu during the evening. ONLY ONE THING NOW LACKING l

Is About Spent of Trade To make the surprise complete the j I MONEY, ?
: ,.., punchimd sandwiches were prepared -
", '"..,,' ' '' x/-'i"/ ABiili" 'Whe' le ghbo 1i' J i 001llira 'i 1 2si: doctored .n''"we.a.si4CsjUioygaiulMfofffdollarg .
l ,"Hut' n ile wake ountlel lfI" MeetinglA. > und lrs Iha"MlW': ""'1 heti W11 h und iverLtrouble an'dDpi m\w H> ; ;J Notice is hereby given. that the i .
; ndsjare.lef[ { 1i8tJil( I.,' weuk'' ' z, ti v'11 ,..Iklou. ... < biitiliisteadJ : : : ,
indJcMi1aciateitsfvictinisfh/ 'd.'J'heiphyltical< forts of 0111: n',hi c. : neat >.r \\J ,inin ( m I
'I l been p battered H to' To-Night. Let's' Go 0 tl1 Grammar t schoolInnd: 'lJu few' bloating nd'uredfofitheggujirngnticame painalandFattacks be 'Iax'l'b: oks of Osceola"County. for : !

pieces. Nature needs assistance in 'frl<'l1 rebuilding the system. The red corpuscles Huth and Mono) as an exprSHion ago to take Mayr's Wonderful Remedy f
in the blood can be restored of their: regret at the young people and have never suffered since taking J the year 1918 will close promptlyon t
l>y taking No. 101 Tonic. This Tonic leaving and! good wishes for theirjourney. the first dose I wish I had the
contain iron which we all know . back I spent for other medi
makes rich blood; it also contains; E. DROUGHT I The Harvey family \left Tuesday," It is a simple harmless prep t the first Monday in April. All
quinine which drives out the malarial morning in their car" for an /)\'('rlmf,1trip oration" that removes the cutarrha1
germs and aids greatly in the restoration to their home in Missouri. mucus from the intestinal tract and
of the human system. The FIRE INSURANCE ,allays the inflammation which causes t taxes !not in my office by that",date ;
magnesia in this! No 101 Tonic acts TRY practically all stomach liver and intestinal -

gently upon the bowels. and rids the REPRESENTS. second episode\ tltf "The Masher : ailments including appendicitis. will be all
system of all poisonous/ and refuse! :Mystery" the great lloudini! . One dose will convince or mon i subject to penalties.C. j
matter. Uegintoday and take at The Home Insurance Co. of New ". I. is replete with asti'iiishing "
least two weeks. At drug stores i York the National Fire Insurance j feats of self liberation by the hand- drugeverywhere. I Ix '
tug king, feats" which lire calculatedto I '
THE G, B. WILLIAMS GO. Co. of Hartford! The Sun, and make .even the most blase_ spectator 'WILLIAM ROACH IS ON ; BANDY .

other reliable companies gasp.At
Sole Manufacturers many | the beginning of the episode1i .! HIS WAY TO KISSIMMEE :: Tax Collector

i'. Office: lireaker Realty Co. i lloudini' as quinlin Locke, is .shown -I.uFullftte ',. 7.lot. i i.x. :
Tenn .
himself from straight jacket
I freeing\_a strenuous trick a that onTyMlou-' :.Mr. I Editor: By some means for :..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:.. .;......:-:.;..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":..;..; :-:->
,the last three years I have felt thatI .
dini has been able] to accomplish
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:--:">':" :" :-)::':" : :-,:--:","'.: ) . ; __ < Hardly has he freed himself .bow- I wn> somewhat related to the peopleIor --
:": ':" :"; ':";":":-:' :":' :': :":':-: : :": ; > M-- ,
:i f; :: I..,...,., when he is again in difficulty. \I Lake your"henceI city St.feel Cloud constrained and .Hurlon touive ....SSLILSSSS111L1111AM1L1NLti1, _. _ _ VS1NL1' 1f11S\
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f Seized and rendered senseless, by the m
y I.emissaries of the giant Automaton an expression of r-iy feelings.
Our "Cleaned In fact words.. would fail me to ex- i "
Have with
Boys Up" I Locke Is" bound at his wrists!
i j "rells my love for your, countand\ l
rope, t the loops of which are passedIover '
nails in the wall, leaving locke thtr people thereof. !i The Same. Delicious .
Sometimes I inclined think
in the air. The Automaton am to
J The Kaiser The Hun and hung I suspended puts an emissary on guard.. that the .sayings of some of those
Crackers, that "when pet Florida I
i you
x lea cke recovers to find his guardasleep .
I 'sand in shoes that 'could
your you Satisfying .Drink -
.. and seizes the oppoitunity' to '
(not break, off from it. If 'that l he -
: German ,'", 'upe. Encircling the the case 1 must have mv shoefwell ,
Autocracy I t throat with his I leg, ).o"k" I throttles. filled. got lr'-r"

Y y There is one thing I remembervery Used for instead of coffee
; distinctly, and that is when I years by
y went on one of those deer shunts I families who value health.

A Wonderful Achievement WAKE UP FEELING ; with Lane several of Barton from Lake.your city I and got A.well J. ,

IF I I covered with mud. Ever since I was I
f GLORIOUSLYWonderful in your slate it has'been my pleasureto The OriginalPOSTUM
I sing the praise of your people for
while I like your country very much ..
:x l Let us now "clean up" at home at y How Calolabt the Perfect ns before I
once.: NauieaJeis Calomel, Makes You greatest asset of your country. I I CEREALBoiled
.i.. all our business affairs.We a: Feel So Good the Next Morning Now to the point. I will ay that I
my face is set towards Florida, as I
f': are asking all our customers to "clean up" in )Doctors say that the old-style calomel ] have been trying to sell my propertyever
full all was the best medicine in the since I was there the first time.
account that they owe us betwesn now just liKe
world and the only thing that would On the :trd of March I succeeded in coffee
f and the close of the,year 1918 that is, during 1- straighten out a disordered liver but getting rid of what little I possessed '
the next six weeks. it had Home serious drawbacks. The with the exception of my companion I
sure to give .this your 15 minutes after
4= salivating and sickening after effects and she is as ready to depart form boiling begins. ,
personal attention. made many people dread to takeit. the hills of Tennessee and take up
The new calomel called (f'alotabs her abode in Florida a.i I am, and we S
I If you cannot raise the ,money we will have all the liver benefits left in and have already) advanced five miles and Rich in aroma. Pleasing in flavor.
stopped l in where we expect
the "sting taken out.
Now you can
accept Liberty Bonds and War take calomel without: the slightest ob- to rest from our labors for a Economical.. No table drihk, has
I.: jection. One Calotab on the tongue while. t '
Saving Stamps in payment at bedtime with a swallow of water, I was real glad to note the fact ever taken the place of Possum."There's .
-that's all. No taste no danger no ',that so many of the Florida boys were

of your account. griping, no nausea, ho salts. Next returning, including Lee McLane', .
t morning your liver is clean your system and Mr. Tindall's son, of Barton

y J>LEA b DON'T BE A SLACKERYours !> purified) and you are feeling likea Lake. Reason"Get
two-year old,-with a hearty appetite With best regards for ye editor and
for breakfast. Eat what all the readers of the press. I nm as
respectfully, plea e,-no danger. you ever. Wm. ROACH. '

'I Calotabs are so delightful] that Get it at Tsizes 1 15" & 25c.
WATERS & CARSON GROCERY CO. your druggist will refund the price I.
if you are not delighted with them. BILLY SUNDAY MEETINGS.
Sold only in original sealed packages/
price thirty-five ('erlll, ""' druggistsnow Recognizing in the Billy Sunday
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w".vv) .V
oOtooooooooooo o have adv4.
CaloUbf-( meeting at Ttfmpa March 19 to April

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t>ON'T" PAY LAWYERS TO GET I score of 20. 'preaching St. Patrick's Day, added r
A Dash W. A. Hamilton and his son. Bazil, merriment to the'evening .

.tied for the gentleman's prize, which I I A four piece .orchestra furnished
REFUND ON AUTOMOBILE TAXIn was a handsome tobacco jar. Although ,''jnusic for the dancers who made merry '- t
of it wag "all in the family" they till the "Home; Sweet Home".
Chocolate -- played one hole to break the tie, warned them of the mdnight hour.
the case of the State of Florida your consideration. It strikes me when Mr. Bazil Hamilton. won
exrel:: Finlayson va. Amos as comptroller -,that these people are trying to get I I During the afternoon when Mrs. '
ITT.J the court recently ,$2.00.aplece out of all the automobile W. A. Hamilton And tIer daughter, Engraved Calling] Cards and Wed
decided that were the seating capacity ''owners who are entitled to a refund Miss Isabel, servtea' with dainty ding Invitations; Engraved and Embossed
; of an automobile did not, exceei from your office/ when theie i ili' no sandwiches and assorted cakes. Stationery can be secured at

Jive seats, the comptroller was not necessity of paying(' this $2.00. I Those participating in ,the event the Garette office. Let us show j
allowed]] by law to charge more thana I I As I understand it, if the Icgislatuie o'f the afternoon 'were Rev, and Mrs.
$5 license: fee for 1918. Previousto makes an appropriation for this Canon Bryan,' Mrs.! Hamilton, Mrs. our .ample..nd. prices. tf "f I
the decision, the' comptroller had ''refund your office will automatically! 0,. C. Livingston, Mrs. H. C. Stanford .
uk; & charged a number of machines $12 make the refund as soon as you ran Mrs. Rhea, Mrs. Wayne Ward, J
- ; or more, although they did not seat 'get; to it as your records show whoa i Miss Louise Thomason" Mrs P. C.
more than five people. The excess entitled to it. These people seem i ito Buttorn, ;Mrs. S. H. Bullock :Mrs." F.
"was charged through an incorrect Interpretation have found out every person who' C. Burrows Dr. Hatt, Mrs. K.: K. Billy Sunday Comes .
\ of the law and ail. overcharge [will claim a refund and: are trying to Wells. Miss Isabel lIamHt''". L. A, I
'-="' collected must 1 be!; returned. tottJ I get the $2.00 out of each one. Hamilton, Misses Catherine Carr, "
as..tYou i auto owners. I.,. I suggest that a. notice in the paper Mattie' :Stanford; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. to Tampa ,
It will require nrraot of the! lev; la- 'to the effect that the refund! will l'ottC'r.Ir: and Mr, W. J. S, Carr, ,. t
( ture to accomplish' this and aft' soon i Ibe I made from office without Mrs. W. II. Voice; :Miss Frances! Bay. t
ILJL" : ;i'N ix! the money is provided by the let;* any charge would.your rave, a, great many ;Miss Elsie Hatt! ., Mr.*. n, W. Best and March 19.April 13 :;
; ,
islators the overcharge will bo re-J .
'\ \\'" 0 se people from paying out thia $2,00. Miss:I France* IlamiltonsFor "
turned to all parties having'paid I
"'\ \\' t \\ \ ame without having to employ a I I I simply send this' let\\.-r' to make -the- darn.Ten If you cannot attendyou

'\\j\\ Knows: lawyer to collect it from the state. ths! suggestion,, thinking possibly >.. ."eh he rcjtdIn ,
('arecannot e" -
No lawyer can collect. it, until thIC'I"islature \! ,you are. not aware of Yours this truiy scheme. >!II selecting a cough medicine for children will want full reports '

a All foods flavored makes provision 'for the,I I N, 'C. BUY AX. . It should be pleasant to take. of his sermons t
are to make them refunding, and then a lawyer cannot contain no harmless drug' and most ,
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palatable. All smoking* tobaccos are.treated collect overcharged] it one person minute, would sooner get! than his excess the- j I Tallahassee! "'la..March, 1 \ Hl19.I I effectual colds. Long in curing experience their" has coughs shown and ;5 they will appear J.

without the employment of an lion N.: C. Bryan, KUsmntee, Flu. I
with flavoring for the that Chamberlain's Cough<< Remedy! daily in Florida'smost r
some same reason. attorney. I I F DearIr.: Bryan: I thuik) you for meets these conditions.. U is a fa\or. ,
But Parties; in Kisslmmce recl'nthre! your letter 15th, with enclosure of
there I
big'difference in the ite with
a' Quality ceived a letter from Attorney Thomas .I Messrs. Bird and Finlayson, relative !: many mothers. wide-awake and

.. and kind of tobacco .flavorings.. Tuxedo Ii.' Bird Monticello: in which an.I to refund of excess collection on au DANCE FOR SOLDIERS AND fastest )
affidavit form was enclosed, to (be tomobile. tax for the year 1918. I II I news'J
the finest of properly tobacco expect to ask the legislature to SAILORS BIG SUCCESSThe ,
aged burley filled out, swenriiig they were overcharged .
giving the car number, etc., ,)pass u bill to make an appropriation] paper
uses the purest, most wholesome and and at the .same time taking an oath authorizing me to make this! refund, dance given at the Cray-stone
that he or she! has employed Tho B. and of I'jur"e'if it is done no charge hotel Friday night in honor of returned The Tampa Daily Times
n delicious of all flavorings- liid.. or I 11. A. Finlayson ad attorney will 1 1(0 made l>y this office for this soldiers and. bi :lira was a.

-'c chocolate! That is why "Your. to fund.receive Under and the receipt oath is for a statement-s.uch\ re- I I service.I am writing; the same thing to'I', pronounced The large siicces dining" *. rooms of the hotel : Send one dollar and t

Nose Knows" reads follows "1 those who are, making inquiries about were draped with bunting in the
which hereby
Tuxedo from all I as : national colors, and decorated with The Times will come {
/l lUthorlre Thomas B. Bird: and .j). A. it.
other tobaccos-by its delicious rinayf"! to retain $2 of such amount |I I111 There has been I something in the flags. These of the with the uniforms worn to you regularly during -
hy 'guest quite a
many gave
IK refunded to advising owners that iu
a pray ? me as an papers
pure fragance.Try ernrre on the license' fee of my O\'el'-I charge will lie made by this ofli"e )patriotic setting' to the scene.Mrs. . the' Sunday meeting
: S. H, Bullock :1\Irll. I.. II. I In-
mobile for 1JU8 for their services in for leaking thito.1l'fund.: I have toldtleso .
Mm. II. C. Stanford and :Mrs ana for a month I'
." gentlemen.: Messrs. Uird, ) and pram
This Teat: Rub o Jittle Tuxedo the matt r )
C.( I F. Burrows hostesses unitno !
were ,
., briskly in the< palm] of your hand to OMP of these letters were shnivnto l Finl:1"wn.1111.: \ I have'slnted to you. one wall permitted to feel himself thereafter..
IR'-nres' nlative! N. C. Bryan who im-I I thiin'v>n v"iy much fur your I 1
brnm out: i its: full arorr:n. Then smell itdeep u stranger.(
mciliutc-lv, wrote to the comptl'olll'r.11f' letter :\ir. Bryan and nppieci.ttejour Address The Timrs. Tatrpa, f la. +
its dt.cOL9:: pure fragrance letter and th< answer are printedMarch I suggestion very much. IX-licioui) fruit punch was served! .
wail: convince i yo:!. Toy tiffs test with Ga.RANTEC DTb SarlSr'rt : i I'(' ow: With Urst wishes and k nil personal throughout: the evening and amusing !I I
OA favor in hnimonv With the 1111- ,{
any other tobacco Ind.e will] let YDUe MONEY B.Ca I ; 1 15: 1M1! I 'regards! I am. .

Tuxedo staid ofdl: on your.idgrnent."Your Hon Ernest Amu. Talluha-c Kin.IH'ur Y"urs rerv truly, i i
Sir i, : I enclose letter for I EHNI.l': AMOS.Comptroller I( ,
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( fr"i i I AMERICAN METHODISM I Ii All My KitchenWorries" '

(!J railed Tobacco for Pipe acd CiarctU ( I e i Edward F. Ley, Editor. denomination\ Hint is highly! uppie-, I' ,<
I dated, but in serving u unti-,1 Christendom ,
Cuaranleed Among the many benefits that our in hastening the day-dawn "of You too, can be
/} by i I '
...1' .common civilization{ will derive from I universal peaco and righteousness.; It 1111 I freed from the .
'. ...-P 'the Centenary Movement of the !Meth- ix hoped that the more than one hun- .4. slavery of kitchen y

._ :; lodi ms of :North America, not one of dred thousand adherents to the principlen'of drudgery-from '
} /I..CC O LAtt the least will be the closer and more i Wesley: in Florida, r ';:
H. '._ enthusiastic co-operation of the Secular Iusall others who look for the "Divine j themanydiaappoint-which
and failure
] and Religious Press. Throughthe '(',appearing," will show from j \ \ I ment makecooking.eemsohard. fa> l

; past centuries the Pulpit .andPress ''time their appreciation of the Florida' ,- "I All these go to the Junk
- have been considered the mightiest Press in aiding the churches with pile with the 'old Gore
r two forces In the advancementof 'their millions of dollars to heal a1wartorn /fl1R4s vrhen yqu put in one of
our civilization. They are so con- worlfl. r
sidered .today, and! the future will not !| The whole church has become a y 8
detract front their prestajje. Indeed wake. There will be campaigns and I < CESS :\
one who 'can read the signs of the campaigns. But right now we must' 1LLEN'S' ..._
times i is constrained to believe that focus all our attention,and efforts on
the influence of these ni'Khty; apren-! the thing that- is on 'us- ,.ies will be* preatly", accelerated. .' campaign When we have carried
But while there is a better adjustment that through successfully, and afterwe more than 20 years now these famous range have
of the Pulpit to meet the changed ,' have answered the call of .our been making Southern home. happier and brighter by
conditions<<, of this( wonderful age, superannuates and our schools, we ending all the kitchen worries. It bakes' quickly and
..l ii 1{ J Ill 4 //4' J'rrltllitr t\-,. the Press, too is more ready than ''may and should begin to prepare. for thoroughly without even requiring the pan to be turned because superior .I -
/ ever to enqui/e into, and Rive proper'more general movements. Right; now, Princeas construction radiate heat evenly throughout the oven. ..' i f.;UU \
publicity and emphasis;to, fundamenjt however,} let,' usA\ push if our Centenary' ,r '. .1 \ r fWtftria f
l i.. orj'Uhe' ;'>,bl1flic<;/ principles':of''!joudjvi1izatlonA campaign(ianj
, '.{I\T.hel'+>i'Jiunanll11ityl! } with '! great 'spiritu rev'al prevent body of the range from burning out.,);,,The j heavjr IS itJI
w h ich.t hcj Flori d a!PresstolTered: to"'co'operate'"with among us .ee.ion.llirebox lining cannot warp and last year., Any woman who Ie| .'
y =1 1' 'the leaders in1 thou( Centenary We'thinK' or this 'Centenary' en er still worrying along with the old .tyle ranges: should come in and let u.
;Movement while most beautiful as one of the''n101lt magnificent tell her about the many time-, money-, and work."Y DS feature of Allen'
and fraternal, Is a prophecy of |opportunities God has thrown in the I Princes Range Were always glad to bow you.
even larger altruistic and Christian way of the church., It Is an oppor- ',
end 'a"or. Ever ready to do its bit or tunity for the church to take the I
This Illustrated Free Book jest in the advancement of our Com- place of leadership in the great campaign I W. B. MAKINSON CO.
monrtealth. under the stimulus of the of peace and ('ondu.t'II war '
. world's emotion its! vista lengthensand torn and.! f spiritually demoralized, ,
vi.. world into that democracy which is
"lSh Modern thod the things worth while are u- .
of "Decvrttltng"will
undergirded with Christian faith and --
air.e: ._ _. __
]In this connection! it might be mentioned !service. Most unhappy will be the i I -- -- ------ -" -- ----- >

be of great value to and your decoratorin that the Florida Press in jriv- man or \\'omlll1'ho will have ('I,U"" . -- ..... .... ..... ........... ... ,
you :inc freely of its space to this larger to look backward over this. mighty .
planning tIle interior decorations of :your home. oncept'on and plan 'of unit ..1 American Centenary ell'oit to our, Church und .
!Methodism is not only extending say self-renroiu-hfully: "I hud no
,\.. It contains instructive: articles: en art in the home, a courteiv and service; to this large_'I.port, in it." .
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color harmony, concrete information regarding '" .- .

the artistic f finishing .cf your walls'and ceilings. ASKED TO AID REFUGEES DESTITUTE IN ASIA I EVENTS THE COUNTRY'in.n-n-I CLUBI -- ..

All suggestions .and practical advice come from :Miss\ Elizabeth Aultmun] received I Notwithstanding/ unpleasant) weather ..
for aid to reliexe conditions the usual crowd of outof -
this week an appeal
experienced. decorators. A great many color plates a most distressing condition< in town enthusiasts motored, out to ; = (With Suits until March 22d) :
designed by leading artists vividly! show attractively Western Asia. Surrounded by plentyas the country club for the :Saturday: afternoon -

decorated 'You }home from these we are it ,is inconceivable that sport. I do
rooms. can planyour I such distress exits as is depicted in I !Practically every, one at the club :
illustrations and articles, from bathroom to pallor. the telegram which we print below : : made a round of the clock, for :Mrs. j i Unbelievable Bargains !
Jackonville, Fla., March IK. I Klu-n, who is spending her second

It also gives exact specifications for obtaining harmonious ;Miss Elizabeth Aultman, Kissmimee, I winter here wus offering attractive .
prizes for the lowest scores Mrs
color effects with PEE GEE FLATKOATT. Kla.United States Navy. (jives American I S. II. Bullock won the ladies prize, a We will give extra pants FREE with :

tbe modern durable, sanitary flat cil finl h. It comes in 24 committee relief in near east.Con- beautiful. K i"si mm oc pennant with aBORDENS.LIFTED MONARCH suits, overcoats, and coats co
rich deep velvety colors, which are easily combinedinto Another ship with sailing additonal soon relief Furthermore have
stantinople sup I II o and pants. we cut :
the most charming color schemes. plies. Committee wants worn clothing -I
for thousands of refugees in prices to sensationally low figures. _
Ask us for Free Book or write direct toPeasleeGaulbert Western Asia. Clad only in rag remnants : -
!. Racks Itelief(
worn when deported three I From -
Co., Louisville, Ky years BRO; situation most dibtressHiK. !Proved l hy Lapse of ')'Im('. I SUITSMADE.TO.ORDER: -
'INCOftKOKATCOOSCEOLA Cables report refugees slowly : Backache is a heavy burden. .

HARDWARE COMPANY starving on animal I.'orpses'and Nervousness, dizziness, headache. : $18.00 AND UP WITH EXTRA :
slaughter house blood. Chaff cholera I' Rheumatic pain; urinary! ills;
J Distributors for fee Gee Paint
Products expected.! Druui and food must he All wear one out. PANTS FREE. MADE BY THE _
Kissimmee.,, Fla. imported; forty-five thousand driven Often effects of kidney weakness.No . -
.. From city with bread. No dog, cat I use to curethe symptoms.
'horse camel or living thing in all Relief i is but temporary if the causeremains. : MONARCH TAILORING CO. : ,

irdia( repion. Women stripping flesh ,
from dead horses with bare hands.Publish If it's the kidneys, cure the c.iuse : Est. 1872 Chicago.
in papers and announce in Moan's Kidney !I'llls are for kidney .
eoillUlwil \ churches, asking largest quantity of ills; -

.......e.. worn clothing, prepaid to ,be to dispatched Express Com immediately -I I Read about Kissimmee jour neighbor's testimony.The case.Here's a Order your Easter Suit today. Come :

mittee's warehouse, thirty-five West kind that'can be investigated.T. : and see the Immensity of this giant _
Seventeenth street, New York, in I N. Clark, carpenter, 811 :Mabbette -
TIM .Strong Withstand the Winter time for shipment via next naval i St., says: "Several years ago : sale. Examine our superb new Spring :
Cold Better Than the Weak vessel], from Newport News. when I was living in New York : :
fabrics. See
our new styles.
with back. swagger
NEW JULIEN S. ROGERS State I was down my My ,
You matt have Health. Strength and Endurance rJKDLB kidneys were weak and if I did much
'Director Florida We have them all waist belts
= seams :
to fight Cold.Grip and Influenza. There is no question but that the work my back would be so lame I I
When your blood Is not in a healthy Kissimmee people will respond to could scarcely bend over or straighten. peg tops, etc. -
condition and does not circulate properly this pitiful appeal] and will send My kidneys acted too freequently -
roar system U unable to withstand the HOTEL fill hands and I had to pet up several times
to the
something empty :
Winter cold. Absolute satisfaction guaranteed. :
stretched out to us half across the during the night losing: much sleep
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC JACKONVILLEFIAKMrLof world. Just how this will be done Hearing of I Doan's Kidney Pills I got U C

Fortifies the System Against Colds. Grip when the call comes, be prepared to and one 'half dozen boxes :
and Influenza by Purifying and Enriching lkll' OIA 21e't10 fft' rfttM 'give as you have prospered. entirely cured me. "I have great : O. T. SIMPKINS :

the Blood.It oWidttoaMSIeM'llup' AfYr1tfxuaetion faith in this remedy.
contains the well-known tonic properties 'Oxeloniad to 'In: til* QuhriM TIN DOM Not Affect the HwdBec Price GOc., at all dealers. Don't KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA :
of Quinine and Iron In form 1verylf1 ae of It* tonic and tacti* e8_.1.AXA- simply ask for a kidney remedygetDoan I
acceptable to the delicate sumach.' KMrLof City Send for '" T1VKBROMOQUIN1NB libetMrthu ordinary' s Kidney Pills-the same that :
and Is pleasant to most. You can soon feel ) 7wMIMf USIIITM.PItOP'A Qntalae .n& doce. not can* ncTvono ** or Mr., Clark: had Foster-Milburn Co., -
.rimu In bead Rtm.mberlh.lull turn*cad ............. ..._RSUUa. '...w/
itsSuaighcnin&Invigorating Effect. $Oc. look tec the cicnaum ot $. W.papy$.. JOe. Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. --I :


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DUSKIES ATTEMPT TO ROB In France the soldiers. see trees lag, twice a month at Kit' per yfarthree i i r FOR SALE-Eighty fence ; tacresrin
VALLEY GAZETTE I trained to 'like vines wallsor NOTICE. yrari for Only, Itvtutorknd cleared and under ; t
grow .
STORE-NOW IN JAIL general; ) farming: paper In Ihe bearing orange grove: '..000 wortlv
side of houses barns. Land .
the or late. Writ today of ) on tract: -
I ID la valuable in France, *. room 'P'a': and kitchen. laOU' '
fulilUhrdITTT. Friday.' : Kismmmee has been annoyed recently ALL PARTIES INTERESTED, INCLUDING ,.RT-I have' a two year' old hriMyii head of cattle and a good bunch of

Klunlmmrf '.11..,. Lear/1 1'orpuy'Klsalmrev. l l/y. a number of attempted I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH NOTES I II I OWNERS MORTGA Jersey hip. >'When heifer, last Banded seen was'W" running on left r"nll'e hours',tool loose and Implement on the ranee.Farming Ixicated >.

Kl"0'101.. burglaries though nothing of any between Mill'' .
/( i I Slough and OianKii near Kenanavlllo. I'rice II.E'O.'
j viilue ban been stolen. On Wednesday The chairman of the New Era county1! : A liberal reward> will, he half ( term to .ult. B.
\\',. n.: Harrln. Prenldea night, toward the wee sma' I committee( and the pastor met the! j.;GEES, LIENORS AND OTHERS flven. for any Information.; M. (1. H. 'a"hkbAlallce. Kla. t6-tf
13. u. lass'/anew. "KrrretaryTrlrpknue hue Solicitors for the Kvery-Member canvas :I Well |f. <
two boys of dusky WHATSOEVER .
hours young/ HAVING INTEREST I .
FOrt SAKK-Second-hand Ford ear.attnaettve
\\ \o. I II'I Were caught red handed in the W. at the church Monday night and I I .\'ANTF.TH<>u >ek('eper. No one but i prlcea. Onceola MotorCo.
Makinson: hardware store and arc j discussed! the canvas which itto be IN CITY PROPERTY, WILL BE me to, work for. Writ or call: Bond 8O7 Hro d".ItY.DWELI4JNQS .
,...1..0'1..1... Itaral irt the made Sunday afternoon between 2 horn.. to riiiht' party. A. J// Clltf. I
Ono; "'"p>'. nm yeer-------- 12 i'I"| n0w} oocupyiiifr a place county Mid I /5 o'clock.' The solicitors were dl. NOTIFIED WHEN CITY TAXES .:Luuahman!: 1"la. f 12-3t. for; rent. Apply to' :M.

on,* .(.'PI'| )'. Six 1l".h.---. Lea( jail.Nelson into six teams and from five .'(lit J 'lIer.'
laded \ .
aAt.F.-Worlthorseandxtlne l
C llii'i, Mu'/illiH- .. t"" Makinson and a party of ARE FOR MORE ; I hny.IICNT I
nv "|i> --- DELINQUENT If ..
.--' I other young? men went to the storeon Ito ten families assigned to eachtcum. I"JI\a'f: ,!. l".tf .FOR RKNT-8-room house furnlKhi-d

1 :111 ciiiiniiuuli' / .. ut h.flI.iKi'd: turf. HimruleiMM. '''UH' !b.> they saw these buys who made u current i expenses of the l local church I into l tend V'ir<<",' Food iatt< ut cultvatlon. "!- j .. Mid, K. K. \Vl-li, tf.
rmlKl, liy. IIx mutter vrnrHcjcrliil Mill nut l>. returned I dealt for liberty and /pot( away:though and) for the. New Era: fund formerly MUST BE rAID UP WITHIN /, ]law, f-t-oom. I 1-I'1\I"' --.S.roum b..u. ......
>"""11110111' !broom ..:.
fur known as benevolences. All the ; bun. FOR 8AL.R' One Emerson Typewritermodef. .
Unless tolled ) found. Theboys
they were subsequently]. REASONABLE TIME. THIS AC ii Kah.w.\ItIN. oet'r.I>oton ,prUu.' A.I threes' vlalhlr' as good aa new.
adherents of church ,
members and the .ri- '
liMrrv! . to remain at home --- --- ,
that fare yequented TION'IS' ..... - I
) store but theycrawled -- - --- -- --
m-t'oinl-cl mailer,
,nl'fl.) 1'lorlda' _as )''' I fllllil1ll..of TAKEN PURSUANT 'TO ,
---- through a small window at Sunday afternoon until, after the so '' :<*<"':"': :-:+:-'o.)<+o+Ho<+X'' )o
the, rear of the hardware store. They 'licitors have called, and all are re- INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE Cm '
fried'' this open with a butcher knife (quested! to engage! I nprayer' dining .e f' t
AtMBeRo they( found in. the alley The)< had this period of the canvas for guidance' COUNCIL. -

rifled a cash drawer" Inking! a little old blessings of the Lord on the I i Seasonable Goods f
small change and had thrown a number (I work I'' TAX COMMITTEE ;

of. liberty/ bonds' on the floor. Jsuseless. \ last If Sunday was announced that Sunday from. :March the pulpit:HOth. COUNCIL OF KISSIMMEE.., 13.tlofrtou , ...

They each selected a fine. pocketknife had been set for' a congregationalmeeting I .X
and 6tjicr int iclell. /( in connection with the 'morn* .if the 1 UnuliM-i'i.. f
When they were searched a quantity ling worship for the election of 'offiters I F. Ii l.ttveu:V.rnHldelH f
siixSH + ',>f the <.'It> Cutinvll.J. '
and to attend to other ln\> -
of chewing and candywas any .
( ; rum Clark, I
H irMIKKT flu
the of t' Summertime Will Soon Be Here
PRLSSPy found. These they confessed had been pertaining to interests .CLAN J j. MailMiN: : iU(1 H, '
sTArE taken from 'a small! store on ':Mablictte ,,the congregation. 1/'bI. City l Bnicln.-. i'. f' .
street' oWI1(>d. by G. .:M. Taylor ', Every member' of the church is inu'i. : and You Will Need
Investigation[ of that ptore verified! urged to be present the coming Sun- j \OTIt. Full . sX s-
I had been -''clay and also nt the congregational
their statement for it entered '
.. FRIDAY: MARCH 21,. ,1919 and burqrlanized.. : I!meeting.' All] ,friends will find a welcome ;0.011.; -i' llonds for njdR,| 1 lmu for'.luntelpal<> pt 19J'A, lu .!IlulkthendltiK >.. <..-

,The boys think they "wont dQ. it... ; at both these service's.K. ne-d by the <.:'11)". of. "' '''H1mt'W''j' ) I I-"l..i> .. Porch Shades
Bars *
and so doc the sheriffsthat Ida" .. Mosquito
any more ; .
for the bulkhead) Nfltle I Is iK-hehv ttivi-n thin pursuant ,
not for he has I .. '
is. very soon + to tl Resolution adopted l l l" t h*
them safely locked'op. DELEGATES. I Council of the '<"lt\' of .KlHKlmmre, the .
I Just watch Kissimmee grow now. The boys were about fifteen years I, 1 I III IMh day of March, .\. II" ISlf' the I Swings i
of tin Cltf KiHKImnH'1
I. a ro and Are known here as "\a8' Friendship l Lodge No. 10-, Kn'ghtsof : said will "outiril ie xl\f. sealed bids! for the purchase .
An unclouded sun again smiles on and the "Green nigger," who II Pythias, at its regular meeting of 197,6au ue t worth of MX pip' 1 Crex and Fiber and
Florida. '"lives in West Kissimmee.! ,}.Wednesday! night conferred the relit Munliiiml 11t.,, \ In the ("ltv Mall
I I rank of Page on C. H. Grantham and 1 Kim. .lilii, nt ...30 |>. m., u" l"il<(ay, the
The bulkhead carried by n vote of DELIGHTFUL LAUNCH PARTY the rank of Enquire! on Sam Lupfer, Jhth day of April., 11413.The'issuo i Runners
I II roiiHlHtn' nf ((17 Monilx of *
x nearly 4V4 to 1. FOR WINTER VISITORS ;Jr.J.. A. Lancaster F. C. Bryan and the ill-nomination! of fl.( (nl. (lu such ufI. .,
(I and alitIlond of Ihe tleiumilnntiun i
I Carson Farmer, delegates to the recent :1(1(1( ( .00, hearing, Interest nt the rate :X;: _::
,No more seining Lake Tohope- Yesterday fi- S. J'll'owne'and W. W.farmaduke. session of the Grand Lodge of of six per coal( per annunu lint-nut &
fcalipa mind you. rioridaat] Tallahassee made their re putalile Bcnil-annunllv. and l miiturlitisfrom ColTi i 4 We Have a Fine Line. Come Let Us Show You I: >
:\ of the Graystone !1101,1] ; tlatt of l Issue Hpevtlly" n 8 : :=:

Operating) Company and t tJJSr ,port.A loo, a' '
Ten YOMIB. I ,
Numbers of fishing parties are trying guestAirs., AI.\ AI. Blair, of. Jacksonville i I II Ten'n Thousand) (i'Ilars liulljrfi I In i ij: "-vanSena i y y { .
their luck these days; ; :Aliases Laura and Frances ,, BUSINESS MAN COMING .s. I I I. .. 1

I Powers of. Knoxville; Mrs.\ D. S. I WITH IMPORTANT MESSAGEThe Ten. Thousand ollam, In Tv'lveS'envs. . ,I I'liX-} 'I 1. 1

The" hoard of trade Organized! for Smith Knoxville! ; Lieutenant andAirs. 1I' ) 1'\1 TlwnmnnU OolUia In .ThiMm .
< )DuPont. and Uncle) David Simpson I services the :Methodist , '
1 1 at 1'' '
business this. time sure enough.! ) "set sail" from the city dock in i church next Sunday, both morningjind : 'An. .ThousniMl) I,11.\1'1'\ I In F"urt.ii' I |::: C. H. GRANTHAM |

the Water Lillie for a day on the I II evening-will; be conducted by Srnrs. Thousand I l'"lltiH In Fl'l'o n !. Soriaeror y Store
1' 'n ,
Hatch Kis>;immee if you Kan. She business : 'i'x
H I placid waters of Lake Tohopcknligai Mr. C. II. !Mitchell 'a man TenIs >
has started on II I long loud of growth The Jar Was perfect in its setting I nf Arcadia '' Fla. A practical ('hr>s. Tin, Thousaml IHill.uf. ) In Siti'Tl >"i = .:..:-:-:-:..:-:-:-::-:-:-:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:..M..:XQ4&te -:'::-:- -:-:-:..:-:..:-:-:-:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:-:..: :

and prospenty.Kissimmoe ] ,:tian message from a (consecrated .)H l TllOUHBIMl I Idltus' ) I"; -"Mill'- "
who believes in Christianity with a Tears 1-- ._ _
viding a cool breeze in lieu of. an I vital I interest. Everybody is cordially T"1'fht.1I, HII 11.1 Dollars) In Illfclltonii" :
r will be some classytown electric fan. The voyage includedstops '1; invited to hear ths message nt 11 1 ''.', , Thousand' l'Ic.' Hundred1'nf.tin ( l : : <&&4e-4&4&&G4: : t&&erfrM4Real -:...:......,.."... +>ON".o;.
with its beautiful lake bulkheadand ( \ | 1 -
( at all pla y Ci interest: and! the a. m. and 7:30 p. m. III Mll4tt-.ll: : 1'.aiS, > -
that hundred acres built up in up entire party xmembarked at Southport The Intel','st tend, |ii',"' yasatd' : =;i: X>>. Gr. .A..GrN":
him- =National
to date homes. for .a pJTnie dinner and fish fry, I ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH 'In gaud Itiinlt.or iH New"'lul\-III."t-York (.in iU.Nhuld < : :. V

for. several of ,the guests had., proved 1 I ,' lloiidij' will not lie. sold 1 1 fur l l'i" i [state and Insurance
:March 23.: Third Sunday in Lent. .
already themselves expert anglers.] ,h..11 pat.A Agency '
forty-tvo vats
With dipping ""'. M n/ -
No unpleasant incident marred the 10 a. m., Sunday school and Adult I I "-erliH.' .! cheek' for I3oo t>a or
Ilia City
: completed and fifteen more under lile to the TraHiiin" of
i Bible class
"perfect) day" which will linger longa :' / In Uat aceutnlilt'tn' '
construction, the campaign for pleasant memory with the party. 11 a. m., Morning! ,prayer. Service cash KiHHlmnieiFlorida!' bid. \\e have a well selectedlist, of properties for sale among which
the eradication of the cattle tick in by the pastor. Rev. Canon Bryan The l'luhl l la reserted'to I rejt'ct ails x: are some very attractive Farms Hunches, Orange Groves business ..

} Osceola county is well under way. NOTES. Subject: "Mystery" in the Life of nllli\.lUrU-".all'l".,! olds 10 the Citv r?nll. : buildings) I. and dwellings all in Osceola County and 'each proposition
W. C. T. U. John the Baptist. !I City' ,.f Kl.Mlmmi- 1-lorlila I tat
of the
evening prayer. Address Ii. . <' listed at its minimum vajue; some. include all necessary farm equip ,
Last Friday night at the bandstand 7:30 p. m., cure' of J. 0111" '' C'i 1rKKT I
..Advjceg from Washington state Mrs. Fulton of Jacksonville, by Mr. L. A. Hamilton Subtect I i I .I ft,:At,k J H'. "f II..KlKHlinmeeIn | : . :a: ment. We also tan offer exceptional bargains in Kissimmee and St.

that a sufficient fund has now been delivered an address! and again Sunday : "A :Modern Application of the I I j 4 Clerk.Hv. t Cloud properties now owned by non-residents who are willing to sell

provided to give vocational training night she entertained a good audience I Good Salvation" I t'Irrull t'uurt. .exrsth-eolx .IuII..1C and l t.. at a sacrifice, thus offering an excellent: opportunity to invest a little i
of usl
to all American soldiers who were at the Methodist church the' I Confirmation Wednesday! class March; 7:30 2fith::( ,p.4 m.p.. ev'l m., 1..uU.,..
disabled In the war. The most we supreme theme "Soundthe' Jubilee/ ening ; and a'ddress; 8:15: I : =X: to come. CaB or write us. .
has for its undertaking the securingof prayer, TMiNIiIX<< :: THE
: (if
VI.IIT1MN I }. _+
Ian do for those .lads is little
enough. m., choir practice. > CITY uF! .KliSI.MMKK -
one million members and one mil KI-M iiK f9ffiu000<
lion dollars. in the United States in \' I I : : l-'l'!."HII'A' MUJglCll'AU i E. A. Strout Farm Agency Inc. *
When the lake is bulkheadcd, the the days from March 15th to March I I : UTH 1-3 TO (-("TI U"I""I". co 'H."H."fJO-'R.:: --;' IY ,

reining stopped and the waters re- 25th. Florida's quota is twenty Scaled bid ""j'j'j' ;;"received. liy the I STATK OK FI.ORII"\- ,' D. G. WAGNER,. Manager I-

etocked with ,game fish, when more thousand: members-twenty thousand Cltv Council; of the City of Kl .stmrmoifutility -r'otl..o b Kissimmee .
dollars. Osceola county's portion it or', (>Hr..ola. I"t..t.'C 1'lorklx, ? "ow Pause. T Florida. J ,_
l cityi streets arjSj paved and a .wave vof atthe'aCityt H rUln"KI' ".ilniiriM'* 'iKlorj' To:theiTaxpayeradand\! CttizcItsnfstheCilyioft
four hundred members-rfour hundred ; Klaafntme' ..' \'in'11hey'ount' ofOsceola <-:- ;
'1/ m./Ii"'rldaYf.\'l\prl1
building sweeps' over the4townthen < ' "" I Idxtunt117:30'05m.: ( \)
'q Ii
dollars ", <" -*nfSLast ; 'VPj h ykl9 d""d gInm of nl'lI ndptalf1Flortda I"N'X.c..c.'j"I\'j"
Rlesimmee will take her rightful j; j 1 j,' Sunday; ;",'afternoonh tSt '(11( h' ...allnr!( land the You Par hereb 8tlnedpandprequlrd 1.1 1\\ I
1f111.lIfore1li 'oujhavesbaforetdtits ; ,
'pi 1 acej ambn the cities of the state cloud; Bunion!lywentltoverAthey top by i .n ti n 1"lshl"tMmmrrtial I'll" Lnekl lId 1 ,I toAxhow'Honor cause .amttV '" 'rkll1f"I ", t'" ,';,:},iJ.\\1. ; (:\
notftilllthen. peeuring'in cash and pledge.; $227.50.( niul\other"work<*for thttJmprov m..nt'' Ill"" hlR";orll.etltIn Ilel.a'nddtFlm\ W",5rvbrwherever : "
Shall Kissimmee do less ? .if the Lakeshore of Luke Ti.ho|..-knliKn. I the Judge may b ,on \1>rll
Hth, 1918, nt 1.30: p: in, or HH m on '
This week, as above'Ftated., the : In the City of )"IH.lml1Io"d" lnnnw THE WITH NOCfiEDIT
detail nnd opiellCRtioiifl I- thereafter aa same can! lie
Florida has been visited HCCcinlliiK" I" plans
by very drive for members and dollars is, on. adopted" < by tho <"ltv 'OUI1"!! the bonds 'In the nliott ntloned I HO-
damaging rains .this season but.there Women are canvassing the town, mid new on (II" 'In tin City ('I',.ili'B of- tlon should I not ,I" talldnled' l. and l canlimed -
will consolation the damaged imonir. them are Mrs M. A. Clark ttc<- ( nicordlnn: to tin ntaiut.-u, ;
be some to such "Hr8 mad find pravld"d. MONEY
1 I. .iirxnipnnlrit
Hot pi-fiptiBnl meat' .
;\fl Mcl'hatter Mrs. S. B. Aultrnan.Mis. I sit
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sections; they will not be in 1'| } a "i>MIH<- / ; .
'I ; ..J.V.. Brown Mrs. Coleman) , 01 Niilhiiiiil. lank mill ,payable, at : ritrK" 'it in Id C4.111.1
the 17 year locust which the scientists !Mrs. A. W. 1Ios'ley.11'8.: Bronson, fluhl in Ilse' utd''t l i of the (:MIof I Kisslmtneo. - -
(I fur, the Hum of On, 1'havsnodI11,1111ra ; ) I
infest the United
. say may States Mrs Rivers and Mrs.' Pfann. <$1.110.411'1.< < Sold. piiiiiiiKallinlttt Classified Advertisements fS
fear of the predicted devastations of Next Tuesday night the chapterhouse IM, pt-CHi'Dli'il, In n Ht' t nv'elupa,
this I I social will be in charge! of the rnkised l ,to the (ltv' Clerk 11".1 i marked -
t l -I'IIMIONHI, , for KlHHlnimi-p" I'.ulUheiulInpi : / .
summer'- W C. T. U. Come hear what the 1 ttm.. nl H Lflf'TH.n KKiinini and l StUoud. .
I lii\e produced, and suggest nrllIn ,,- ,liiiuni I 1'lln.1 In HHI
; come / ( '1111.1 ('lll>'lll<'M of llll """IH'I (- ''' ( .Mel -
A' deplorable automobile accident for law enforcement. Recently !ill ltiil injured three} other occupants of the It friend, in complaint. as to. many I mend, ,alHO thi. ,'h""ue| of ih. SIKMHK-' i 1.\\'III'd._- 14-lt\ i
ful Milili" on PKpiutlnti" of the contract '
over in Polk] county this week which trovermental affairs used,", frequently! ,And. the pronoun that 'they do so and so.*' The HIM" .r.-Kxful bidder or bldddH, < -i-rholite coun\! l nnd in He 17-
i cost one man his life and severely "They don't do so and so," to whichwas will IM -iUlreil| to give" n bond! equal/ ::15:14..1: <,.<-..8K," elite, KlHKlninireV .
injuring three other of the I."t '-nvpar. <-<-nt. (25';; I of the ..llv (insfttc-: tf_,
; occupants "Whom do
replied mean??
you amount. of his or their bid or bid. h
i car. It. seems to be the !genera! "Who are they" to which came the such li.nid to .Hct'l..r.Il..ry' to thL'ilv .' :If'i-.SF.Y. TO I.OA--On: real estate /cT Id; sj i r'Ia1.if.I.e
that'excl'ssive response "Why the government" Council.Tho sad i t-nttle OeormV. Fox Attv L I
opinion speed was 12-13t-vd.
CltCouncil reserves the right Kloalmmt-e.
Ah yes w('. the people! Let us. as e
to reject an"y l nil bldn
l solely responsible for this sad affair Kbsimmee. C. T. U, or as Ki<- ('....h.. of tliv plans and speclaca| FARl\IER8-Sl'hd today for a free sample -
Will this serve as a Warning and sinimee citizens, accept our responsi Lions' may I be obtained for tin sum nf copy of the Florida Farmer and Nothing. like the above sad situation will ever come to the
KlrllnlhirH, ( ffi. 'ward off other
accidents ? I bilities. MncfionnuKh! City En..1".1'. KlHsImmff. about livestock raising' dairy- Mao Who Saves Hit Money. The Man Who Show. an Inclination
SOUND THE .JU II.EEI! "'111. or may b axe mined, nt th- I,.... poultry. citrus fruit and trunkEASTER'S -
A WORD TO THE FISHERMENThe to Honesty provide for Hit Family and Pays His Debt. -

,time has come when seining! in I I Misfortune such
may come to a man by chance wiping out

Lake Tohopekaliga must stop. This his little savings but HIS CREDIT is so secure that financial
assistance -
the mandate of the board of trade

j and the board of trade is the clearing' COMIN'ITS is willingly\! given to tide 'him over the temporary: period of

\ distress. '

Public sentiment at one time favored APRIL 20 -No matter how small) your salary may be, you can,

seining this lake, and no law\ .
by proper managing, deposit a little in this bank

I public can successfully sentiment stem but conditions the the tide have of And. We're all Gettin'\; New Suits. Real Tailored- each week- even a dollar will make the start, and __

now changed and with conditions I your bank book will place you on the direct route

public sentiment has changed! 'and to-Measure By The MASTER: TAILORS.HOW when old age comes.STATE .

there is an insistent demand that the }..

i Jaw against seining' be enforced. I

The fishermen have enjoyed prac- TO GET A FINE TAILORED CAP FREE

tical immunity from the enforcement j 'The first three boys coming together and each ordering a Kni ker- BANK OF
of this law for the past four I

years, and it is hoped they will now I bocker, Suit will receive nice tailored caps to match

be willing to submit !gracefully and I suits without extra charge.

withdraw their nets and gear otherwise

r they will be piling up trouble I KISSIMMEE

k for themselves and incidentally for Come (On Over and see the grandest layout of Spring and Summer .

the officers whose duty it is to enforce -
Woolens in RESOURCES
nd everythin that was ever showed. $750,000.00 Capital $100,000.00
the law. A word to the wise

Should be sufficient. in these parts. Finest Patterns, Latest Styles, Perfect Fit 'nd

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.The I 't 'Everythln Guaranteed. Measure. Up TODAY.. Officers and Directors:

C.-A. CARSON, President M. KATZ and E. L. LESLEY, V.P.

regular services! will be held J. D. JEFFORDS, CashierN.
!fit the First Baptist Church Sunday, :
es follows: .' B. CARSON, M. KATZ,

Sunday School 9:45: a. m. Sale Representative C. A. CARSON H. FLEMING,
Preaching by the pastor "The }
Church's Supreme Duty" at 11:0: a. 9 Straus Brothers MASTER TAILORS Chicago N. C.; BRYAN E. L. LESLEY.

t Hi. TUCKER, Directors.
Evening service, subject "Six
P searching Questions, at 7:30 p. m. J
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recipients' of .an informal gathering]I

... 0 0-00000 H 0 0 0 0 O+O- Polly of the Circus in 8 reels is the of' March 24 at their cozy home on Orange avenue Mrs. C. E. Franklin entertained a
Sunday afternoon, the 16th iqst.
Matinee 1:15.8:30. number of her friends With a delightful -
big attraction at the Casino today 3:30. Night
The in of
event was congratulation
.' launch ride across beautiful I..iikeTohopekalfga
Weather Report Miss -Bina Smith went down to -- the 21st wedding anniversary of this +
and a visit her fine
__ I Whittier this week to look 'after her MONDAY worthy couple. Neighbors and friends groves at Kissimmee Park to The

f'' ,canning club work in that section. Selected t Feature poured in, speeches were made, a pleasant event occurred orr Thursdayof

Rouge. Paste, only 17c while it Ninth Episode of Pearl White in bounteous .supper was served, anJ' a last week, the party included in

| Following are daily .temperature lasts, at Central. Drug; Store. Phone "THE LIGHTNING RAIDER.: case of silver was presented to the its personnel, Mr. and Mrs. J. n."liI-
and precipitations as reported 41. TUESDAY' host and hostess,! as a testimonial of ard' biro. A. Cotterman and daughter .

by Government station Mrs. J. K. Hilliard.of Milliard's] Island affection and esteem j ,. l Elizabeth, Mrs. A. M. Story, Mr.
at Kipsimmec fothe w..k .nd- is visiting her daughter, :Mrs.:\ I Exhibitor's Mutual offers Wm. Hes- *I and Mrs Isaac Goodchild, Mr. and
ing Thursday, March 13, 1919: +Llfrhtsey! this week. mond inl"LIFE'S TAG DAY FOR CHILD WELFARE Mrs. M. L. Stone, John Holden, Mrs.

Max. MIn. Rain Mi,* C. II. Summers spent Wednesday A FUNNY PROPOSITION'Gaumpnt ; The W. C. T. U. will put groups'of 'Price, and Misses Marie Boyd, Louis

Thursday __ _. 80 66 'in Orlando, attending one of Weekly. girls on the streets Saturday with Jackson, Laura Warden, Eleanor ,Mc-
Friday ?_ 82 65 |the Missionary Centenary meetings. WEDNESDAY"" """* tags for Child Welfare work. This Laurin, Grace and Inez Atkins,-and
nn. ? work is included. in the l list of Lillian Potter.
Saturday .___,_ 85 71 ..78 ', I I Wm. S. Potter has arrived from Vltajrraph presents Harry Morey In in the -great jubilee drive.actijvities Respond -' A bountiful picnic dinner wan" s
( "
Lafayette, Ind., to join Mrs. Potter
Sunday ..--??., 79 58 at' their handsome winter .residence "TlIlIIJliHES1'. TRUMP.:: generously to this appeal, 'thui'spread at the noon hour when Mr. +
and Jeff
Monday -.._._ 84 61 .52 here. MORE' [ Mutt AND in I helping: Kissimmee to raise her $200 and Mrs C. K. Warden Richard 'and
"HERE THERE"THURSDAY COMMITTEE. lack Hamilton mined the guests. j
t i Tuesday ...... 73 58 17,000 Acre prairie ranch and L00

Wednesday ?..., 75 59 ,head of cattle.. Fine large lake. Snap . ..
price. Nelson Realty Company, William. I Fox .presents Geor Walsh

.0 U 00 o'e oc 0 v.OOOOH C 0... 'Sir;? and Mrs. J. T"\lentz'have, : nr, in "NEVER SAY QUIT.. "

rived from Roanoke Va., and are Harold Loyd Comedy, Goods !
Sale-Four ... We Have The
a. For mulu, W. Miller:: +guests at the Franklin" house, on Em- : --

I 46-tf j iett_ street. FRIDAY ,

Mrs J. J., May left yesterday for Sirs. George Barber of St. Cloud, Select Pictures Coiporationpresents f'
New Orleans- for an extendeJ visit was in town Saturday on a business "1'111.0o.E:: WOMAN: ::

with 'the family of her'' son. I mission. While; here she visited Mrs -fts. (from the famous novel of the sametitle.
You Have The Money!
.. Carbolic Salve only 19c, at Central E. Sanborn. ) .
Drug Store, for two weeks only. Mr. and Mrs Ad Story came in "
Houdini has baffled the police, I from Boggy! Creek Saturday and Roscoe Arbuckle RE 1L.. himself in"FATTY'S If we make an exchange on the basis of the following
Can were guests for the day of :Mr. and presents
investigators. you "
left than
.. WILD NIGHT, prices will have more money
Mrs: Henry Lightsey. you ,
; solve the scret of his skill 1 -.
Amrico Face Powder, 34e, only, I I ::Mrs J. M.: Poulk, who has been. -OF- SATURDAY if you had traded elsewhere.

lit Central Drug Store. Phone 41. visiting her sister.: Mrs J. L. On.... I
Gloria Swanson in
street, and mother,, has returned to I Triangle presents
Mr. and Mrs. C I, Sherley, of "
her home in Cairo, Georgia.Red GRANULATED SUGAR-
Newark, N. J., who are touring Second Episode of HOUDINI) in
Florida this winter, spent Friday in Cross Camphor Ice, in tubes, "THE' MASTER MYSTERY: lie per lb. 10 Ibt. to a person.
Kiasimmee. 8c while it lasts Central Drug
Mentholatum, 19c and 38c. It's ,Stole. Phone 41. STORYSThird ' Black Eyed Pea, 3 Ibs. for 25c

fine for mosquito bites, and all skin Mrs L. M, Turner arrived Sunday Coming Friday, April 4th, ,
trouble. Central Drug Store. from Clearwater for a few days visit "THE CAVELL CASE;

,,' W. T. Yarbrough arrived from with her parents. She expects to. return FLO UK. Grated Pineapple, can _u.u .30
Columbus, lift.; last Saturday on a to Clearwater Tuesday. Houdini from straight Medal 24-U sack.--- 1.70 All Pancake Flour, Ib hun .15-
a Gold ,
I, "', business! mission .several days. He 1 Geo. :M. Taylor, of Springfield{' jacket. (How escapes does he do it'sMr. sack-_ 1.70 Corn Flakes. 2. for ___u___ .25
left for his home yesterday. ,lass., and A. J, Gerth, ofew-;: York, Pillsbury, 24-tt
Read elsewhere what the Central isle' spending some time here, stopping and Mrs. J. B. Thomas of Sclf-Rising, 24N> sack______ 1.70 Post Toasties, 2 for _,_?__u_ .25

bt, .}, ,u4. Drug Store promise for two weeks bettC': with Mr. F. A. Souders! on :Mab* ll.eesburg:Kissimmee, Va.this, spent week.some time in LOOKS ,Flour, per Ib n_ __ __ 7l/4 'ShreadeJ. .Wheat, pkgr. '-_uu .14
'" st I'el.'t. Matches package----------- .05
only; it's worth while'

.. t :r ;Mrs. Sari Cochrans and son arrived. C. M. :Montsdoca, who has been I Jim Roberts the out of of Cape town Sable visitors, wasamong in Black Eye Peas, .It\> __.u. _ .OI! Picnic Ham, Ib __..______u_ .29

'\: l' '. from Houston, Texas, Tuesday, ,en for working the in the shipyards in Tampa I Kissimmee this week. Navy Bean, 2 Ibs ---------2. ;5 No 10 Snowdrift ._.__un: 2.40
ar ( route for St. C'louti. She was the past year, 'returned. Tuesdsymorning ___ u.__ .15
11) Nt 4 Snowdrift ..
Lima Beans, per ) 1.20
, .\. ':' ... of the Manhattan hotel while to make his future residence: (I Castoria (I Red (Cross) only 19c! .r.------
,, guest Irish Potatoes 15 lbs to .5;) Lard Ib .28
. ,; in this city.Me. at St. Cloud.1'l'sccutinjt. I.,Guaranteed as good as any. Central peck Compound, u -uu
- Crawford I Drug Store., Seed Potatoes, sack ._ 5.50 -
t. Attorney B. per
: and Mrs. J. W. HonanaIr.: .
made business Palatka Anniversary I Mrs. J. S. Cadel Mrs..1. 7.. Rob- FEED. ,
a trip to y Best Bacon __ ,:JR
end :Mrs. :r. J. Rogers, Misses: "LauraRopers nnn
and Frances A. (.il egg/ werea Monday in connection with The', iorson and Mrs. E. D. Katz, motored 40oO; Prunes, Ib _x_u. _ 2.'. Corn, per sack __nnun 3.53;)
party of tourists fioni, Barnesville Southern Utilities Com pan;,'. whichhe I I I to (Orlando Tuesday for a few hours Arbuckles Coffee, 'Ib _ .28 Shorts, per sack _un. _n_ 3.40.Velvet
Ohio; (spending the week-eml heie.Mr. it-presents. I Hatching Eggs' For Sale-Genuine Bean Meal Un__ 2.75 '
If you were imprisoned in a locked +; I I Ferris strain of-white leghotn; $1.7o White House Coffee, Ib n .45; Cotton Seed Meal ___ _
and Mrs. E. F. Malloy, of West .
; lb. un
loom suspended in the air by wrist [per setting A. E. Thomas. 9tf.Ir. Maxwell House Coffee, ._ .40
Springfield/ Pa., who are among/ the Hulls, Cotton Seed __ ___ 1.80
Il'lf'ularVintel' visitors, in Kissinimc-e, bands, could you escape? Houdinican. 1" ::\ and Mrs G. II. Chenoweth, Senate Coffee, Ib _n______ ,45 un
expect to leave the last of the week See how he docs it in the second Itheir daughter, :Mss Hazel, and Miss No.1 Tomatoes, can uUn_ .10 Oats, JOO tbs _nnn-_ 3.15
episode of "The Master: Mystery." SALEOne : Hay, Crab Grass _______ 1.73
to join their fort, II. Malloy, at Mt. Trixie Bass, motored to Orlando on a No. 2. Tomatoes nnnu __ .15 : u
Almond Cream for the sun burns :pleasure mission Monday.
Dora. '
'i(. Pork & Beans, can, 1,17&(! __ .19
and the
complexion 19c fit Central ,
. : only I Charlie Montsdocu has returned
II. J. Alwood, of Conneaut, .
bottle ____ __ .14
.1'.1. Ohio and Mr., and Mrs.: W. B. Alwood Drug Store from Tampa, where he has been Catsup, per n Turpentine, per bottle ,__':'u .10

,, . of Edinhoro. Pu., who; have been here Mr.: : and Mrs A. E. Voprhees, of working in, the shipyards, and will Kerosene Oil, gallon u______ .15 Camphor, per bottle ......:.. :23;)

JAjI+ } ,j\, since the first of No.vomr.erleft. Danville. 111., have arrived in Kis-j1', I make his home at St. Cloud. ? Thread spool ______j n_-___ .05. Castoria, per bottle Unn.. .30

;. \.; : Thursday for Daytona, on their way mee to- spend several weeks and are George Evans and wife, of Shrevc- No.2 Peas! __ __unu'- .18 Sulphur, per pkg. ___ _.. .05.
\ home, stopping at the Franklin house, on .port La., were the tourists 'Un
; 1 Emmett !llt'eetIrs.:: Voorhees i is an lot Morish Foulard yd_$ .22 looking about among Kissimmec Friday. Info 2 Corn -----------------.0, Epsom Salts, per pkg ___.u .05

,',+/f" "'.'-.. Stone Root and Buchu for your aunt of Mrs. J. W. Miller: of this city +!They registered at the Manhattan. Oat Meal 3' Its ..__hU___ 25* Vaseline, per bottle nn_ .03

,:, tnd kidneys.: 78c (two It's sizes guaranteed.) at Central: Only Drug,3Hc Ensign Clarence Johnfpnwho has One lot Dimity, yd_____ ___ .19 Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds and R. A Graham Flour, 3 Ibs u____ .2;; Machine Oil, per bottle nn 20

\ Store. been in the officers training school: One lot 35c Ginghams, yd__ .27 Reynolds, of Greenwich Conn., were Peaches, Heavy Syrup _. ____ .24 Sweet' Oil, per bottle __._--,. .14

,l' Mrs A. "M Wesscll., of Pittsburg, at Hampton Roads Va., has just received winter visitors in Florida, Visiting Apricots, heavy syrup ___On .32 Carbolic Acid, per bottle _n_ .14
j his commission and has been One lot Apron Ginghams, yd .22 Kissimmee the early of the
Pa. and Mrs.: V. Rohweder of Toledo part
- ,,tI 4. placed in the Reserves, 'came home week Best sliced Pineapple, can.. 15 ,32 Sweet Spirits Niter, bottle- ,14
,,' Ohio, returned Sunday from a ;Monday. One lot Percale, yd_______ .19 '
| Mrs David Cohen left
trip to Tampa St. Petersburg and) Monday for
;,. other points of interest in south Dr. R. II. Weaver came {up from Cincinnati, to be present at the funeral -

Florida. Dade City on a bu/fness/ mission: One lot $2.98 Middy Blouses ,I of her nephew. She expects to CUT. PRICE CASH GROCERY
Monday He 55 1 ccTnrrf>anied by
return here Saturday for the remainder
John F. Ba icy, known here as the ..
obliging proprietor of the Biiily Bus Mrs. Vfeayjef, Mrs.. T. F. Zeigler and Thi. Sale ____________ 2.25 of the winter.
Jack Coleman/ While here they were I Phone 141 422 Broadway
' line between here and St Cloud, was Mr. and Mrs. A, U- Harvey and
guests At the Graystone. One lot Men's Dress Shirts_ ..98'Ondol' AND PROFITS
married Saturday,, by. Judge- rT. M. three children left in their car Tues QUICK SALES. SMALL ,
Murphyto ',,;Mrs Dorothy' Kalbomt' +1 !\Jr. /and Mrs Fred Hosbein, ". of'' Shirisi.ttv,85SHOES day for their, home in,,S? alia'Ii, ,Mo.tufterispendingtrfearly
Men's Dress
of ';t Cloud. guesoftheirtold-tim4fri EuclaJreMich.; who ihave :been. 'A the _' raA+',G'r.r '., ",I');",wn li"'oUI' i:,,st""""n :! "+,tw year: ereeMrsMI """ ._ _, -- -" .. ,........r
Ir". ,
| 1\4 IWi.! ' '"'''''
odPenna Ivanla ;
j I I'J lI 11 Blair
IlJ JvlerstreetlpIccoiTipjinied by and/. rs*U9well1 I Eas3,havejreturned again A+i.:'r''r2"YirsrfiGrrf '''''_'''' ,
'W 11 JoneslQ1J" Thrasherrancl' T to'their i homeM While1'*in!Florida j they Is tajguestf; ntlthelGraystpnehotel. ; .. ':' ''''"' ''''' ''''I''c' '' '!' \

:early'Y oodall part ;of motored the week'to'to St'Cloud'the:'be present ,visited other points Tampa of, St.interest.Mr. Petersburg. and .genial. "'MrsT climate Blair.of Florida enjoying"1'while look-the Ii I Money' Saved on ThingscYou Need! .

fit a meeting of the I. 0. O.) f.! Lodge. ing after large interests in the state. ,
; and' Mrs W.
No. (Cfi; at St Cloud. I C. Griffin prominent ReO.. B. Falls made on extensive I
residents of Kissirtmee, were in y r: ,
trip last Sunday, speaking at St. ;' v
Pretty six room cottage, large lot Orlando this morning. They came to ; .
nice fruits and flowers; garage for 2 ,attend the funeral of Mr.: T. A. lie:dt. ''Cloud Point., Lake Barton, and Finney '+,: . h/V1t/ +
cars, stables; cheap terms Nelson He went in the intert'st'of
easy who died in Winter Garden yesterday One lot Boys White Canvas ','
Realty Company. *1 and was interred this morning in the i Columbia College/ speaking on Christian :': For Two Weeks Only the Following

Mr.: and :Mrs Glen Taylor! and son Powell Cemetery Reporter Star, Oxfords _u__ ____ J___$ ..60Women' I education.Clyde .
of Chetek, Wis., and) ;Mr. and Mrs. (:Monday). I Nelson, who enlisted in the :* Prices on Red Cross Remedies
. !! Black Tennis Ox- aviation department of the U. S. "c''c'
A. E. Taylor, of Osteen, who arc latecomers Mrs.: A. :M. Story, acco'npnnied by. and I

from Wisconsin! ( were the her sister, Miss: Laura Warden! and lords---------------- .60 army, him been stationed ut __ Water ____ .17Custoria
guests of Dr. and :Mrs/ frill Tuesday cousin.. Miss Eleanor McClarin, wentto (;Camp Love, Texas has been honor :!: Vanishing Cream, _h S :.17 Eye hnh

'rt- of this! week. The Tavlors were I Orlando Friday to spend' ) the week Men's Black Tennis Oxfords .72 ,'ably discharged from military; service . y ___ __ ____ ..19f\
.. <>n their way to Tampa to hear Billie end with S. B. Swope and family. and came home Wednesday y c Cold Cream ___ .. __ _ h. ->7 --- n .

.' Sunday. Their visit was!! made pleasanter by One Jot Children's; Black R. J. Clifford and his son, Paul, JX:: Mentholatum I two sixes White Pine Cough Syrup-----19.
Manager; J. D, Woodbeck, of the (several enioyable auto trips to points accompanied by Mayor Cadet, left ( ) .. '?
Tennis Oxfords ____ __ .60 -:- Antiseptic Cough Syrup : .19 'f
Casino made business trip to Tampa uu Wednesday for Daytona, en route n ? ;
a ; of .
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for home (
their in n. -
'.' Wednesday. While there he met : Mrs. M. A. Clark has received word Women's one strap White : Georgetown, S. C. 3::: Irohated\ Herbs ____hu___ .78 \\f
: the famous Billy Sunday and tried to They were joined at Jacksonville I bv ) .
I from her lion, Lieutenant Holland R. Almond Cream .19 '
. induce him to visit Kissimmee. While Clark, stating that he has been honorably Canvas Rubber Sole I Roscoe Roberson 'who will'"be their Y : n------7-n Stone Jtoot and Buchu .

I he failed to do this .he secured the discharged from military servo guest for a short visit. .. Witch, Hazel Cream______ .19
next l>est thing one 'of Sunday's ice at Tulsa, Okla. Lt. Clark volunteered Mary Jane -_u________ 1.20 The road to St. Cloud by way of :: (two sizes), 78c and,.. .39 x

films which will be here a week from Libby hill will be open to the public Camphor Cream __ _ .19
when Company was organ'Zed One lot $2.98 Leather Sole Y hu Ppdosen ______ ___00 _____ .39Etc. .
today. i at Kissimmee and has been in the next Sunday. The detour throughthe Y '
Partin settlement has been almost y Amrico Face Powder--------31 ., Etc., Etc.I rf
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Sligh, former !service since.
', t Canvas Shoes, now____ 2.40 .
rl'sid'nts'of Kis, !'immee, were in the Mrs N. P. Patterson and Miss' A. impassable on account of the .

city; Tuesday, having driven over I'I,M. Gregory, both of Pineville, Ky., $2.49 Canvas Shoes___ ___ 2.00 recent heavy rains and this announcement : These are only a few. Others of equal importance and value.. I
will be welcomed bau
from Stewart, where they are now who are spending the season at St. -
living to have their Household goods I Petersburg, arrived Tuesday to be Woman's Lao Rubber to owners and drvers. It will still be :: Camphor Ice in Tubes, only 8c.

packed 1 and shipped to that place. :Mr. 'the guests at the S. B. Aultman necessary to detour around by the
Sliph was .formerly bookkeeper for ;;home on Main stl'eel.Irs: Patter- Sole Can\as Oxfords_ _ 1.35 cemetery, but at that it will save REMEMBER .FOR TWO WEEKS ONLYEVERT

the State Bank of Kissimmee and is I,sort is a school-day friend of :Miss l some three or four miles of very bad I 1
now cashier of the bank at Stewart Elizabeth Aultman. f

E. B. Morrey, of'Orange Center,J Miss Izabel Hamilton left this BIG REDUCTIONS FUNERAL
was in Kissimmee Wednesday, having week for her.home: in Toronto, Can- CENTRAL DRUG STORE
just returned from Windsor, Canada ada, after spending several months at I BODY OF W. A. NELSON ::
where he was called by the death tho pretty Hamilton home in Lake
of his son, who contracted pneumonia Shore Addition. Miss! Hamilton's ON ALLLEATHER Funeral services were held over Phone 41
', following; influenza. 111'Iorrey: pleasing personality has made her the body of W. A. Nelson, son of Mr.
was accompanied home by his son's I many friends here who will look forward 'I and Mrs. A. S. Nelson, Tuesday afternoon -><-> .

widow and two children, and her sister to her return next winter.C. SHOES at Rose Hill cemetery Nnm-
bers of friends of the deceased and --- -
- Mrs. N. K. Cornwell and child, ) -- -
who will spend some time at Orange ;I L. Creelman, a prominent lumber of the, Nelson family motored out to
('enter.Ir.! Morrey formerly lived' man of Highpoint, N. C., who has the city of the lead to express their
I'been in Kissimmee for the winter, sympathy.Rev. .
in and has large
Kissimmee a number
of warm friends here who will left with Mrs. Creelman this week W. B. Witherspoon, pastor of STEAM LAUNDRY

: sympathize with him .and. his familyin for their home. Mr. Creelman Will the Presbyterian church spoke words
their bereavement. return in a few weeks to look after of comfort to the bereaved relatives,
his extensive' lumber interest in this sffiiKissimmee then followed beautiful hymns sung '
600 Acre Truck Farm, joins lake ''vicinity. Mr. und Mrs. Creelman have by two choirs. FOR SALE
... good grove. Full particulars and been domiciled at the Graystone hotel The floral offerings were among
free booklet to interested parties. 'I 1 this winter. They have made the most beautiful ever seen here.

Nelson Realty Company. many friends while here who will The deceased passed away last Friday -

The jubilee campaign for Osceolo's look for their return next reason. morning but' the funeral services
Good paying business for someone,
portion of the million dollar fund for Lt. Lawrence Carr, who has seen were delayed pending the arrival of
the reconstruction work and worl Owner
wide prohibition is progressing in a1]54th Canadian Infantry, returned to from Camp Love, Texas, at a reasonable price.

manner gratifying to those who haveit I his home in this city last week, having I when he received news of his broth-
er's death, but who failed to reach other business which needs his
in charge. At the close of Mrs. recently been mustered out of ,
,' Fulton's talk Sunday night$ $112 the service at Toronto, Canada. Lieu here tilf Wednesday.

,4 were raised toward the $200 which is tenant Car was in the thickest of the attention.
, asked for Kissimmee. The ladies fight in more than one battle, and TO OUR FRIENDS.

ere making a canvas of the city: to was wounded by concussion from a Our heartfelt thanks and love to
complete the amount, and even if it shell which exploded near him, causing our many friends who so kindly comforted A. F. KRITZ
falls short, a Tag Day will be held the loss of the sight of his left Florida us with loving kindness, sympathy -
Saturday to round out the sum. St. eye. lie says he is glad to have hada and beautiful floral offerings

Cloud has already completed her quo- part in subduing the unspeakableHun during the sickness and death of our KISSIMMEE ., FLORIDA.
ta of $200, making the total from but is not sorry that it is allover beloved son and brother.

this county $400. .' A. S. Nelson and family 4
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I able and for the 'time we have teen r"-
'hare l we have .enjoyed it very muh.
Will close for this time, by sending i .
I, YEAR'S SILAGE CROPS you' and all your friends that are
Hayes''Healing readers "of the Independent our best
-- Winhes.Mr.. and Mrs. W. B. AI\\sl'Il'1:
Honey. Those, who now have silos, or who fertilizer: per aero will\ give; aati"fac -Erie (Ohio) Independent; I
I f C6ntomplatip building one this reason tory results; There are several varieties .
_, of sorghum that will do w..II'in THE STATE SCHOOL FOR
should; be planning) to plant an abundance -
Florida. Among the best ,of these THE DEAF AND THE
Stops of forage with which to fill their ere Sumac (often called/ Red Top), i

-fj silo, 4s the advice. o'f John M. Sc<;tt Orange, and Gooseneck. The Early The Gazette is in receipt of
The f of' the Experiment Station Mr. Scott Amber Is another (rood variety which biennial report of the State
4 _A, uTKC8ta|/ the f following\ < (rood adage matures!! a little earlier than the other for the Deaf and the Blind at
crops; Japanese cane, sorghum, corn, but' does not produce as heavy' Augustine The report is (
Tickle a mixture of corn and cowpeas; or yields pe racre." Any of the abovevarieties book form by the students\ o( <
sorghum and cowpea Hepp.'irwcod will produce two crops during school,' and is a splendid exp'o
may be substituted for cbv>pias.For the season of the printers art. Tne ,'book 1
Heals The Throat, "" ,.t' results Japanese cane i Com ia alMa a good adage crop, and printed in two colors with :
hod-Id IIP planted not later than on the \Lest trade of land it will produce illustrations of the buildings, and
Cures The Cough :Mi.rch 15, The rows should lie li toft.feyt ,about as many: tons per acre of students are shown at work in
Price 35c. l apart. A liberal number of tricett material as ,will lIorll'hulIOn different; industrial departments.
.seed, canes ure required to insure a the poorer grade of Foil sorghumyill U. Whlker is president of the !
FREE'' BOX OFGROVE'S rood stands About' \2500:! to. Sti 00 perhaps outryield corn: The planting and, the. report shows that he is
A I canes 3.: feet 'loiij*' will be needed) lyplant and cultyation of a crbp of corn for. ing a great work for these <
0-PEN-TRATE SALVE tin uerc.Sorgllanl silage is the BHI\IC,\ as for a grain tunates. In the roster of 185;
j : is one of the best, silage crop, ,except that the corn f should bo dents) ,, /attending!: (the school last!
(Opens the Pores and Penetrates) '1'01'114' us! Jt produces helix-y yield of 'planted much thicker The' rows we find there were five from 'O<
|Ift<,rage per aero and makes a silage! of should- not be I more than I ill!Ms feet I county, Ben Lorenz Raymond
For ChestColds, Head( Colds and, +ijrood quality. The cultivation of gor- .,,apart and the stalks should not be Minnie: Brown A mil Ii II Lorenz !
Croup, enclosed with every botUe.ofJIAYES' ]>l is th 'snmo /ax that pf corn. A more than 12 to 15 inches apart in Ruby\ I'adgvtt, .All in the deaf
'good seed bed is prepared by thoroly] the row, 1 I ment. .
a HEALING,HONEY. plowing 1 I the irround. The rows ul'u > An important' consideration in, the I
You pet the Cough Syrup and the Salve ''u'i: or :J feet apart! and the seed i is'. crowing of nny Silage crop in to ,I :lmIHCIo!' \ (>Of).
fur one price, 35c. drilled in the row. On bushel of handle it so that it will produce I the Do not buy something( which
will five or six r'Io'f maximum yield: acre. This re.j I
seed plant a per already have. You haye food
Recommended and Guaranteed to
Made land. On'well prepared) land, and itns good cultivation and lilctalfertilization. \ ''you feed "your horses, cattle 1

tba Public byParis application of :300( to. 500_!pounds__of, : I sheep, but when you want ,,
Medicine Company buy only medicine. That is what

Manufacturers\ of ARE" fret in B. A. Thomas') Stock x
I Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic COAST CATTLE: . medicine.We cell .it We and tell guarantee; you that it to I.

FORGING RAPIDLY AHEADThe tone up the entire system of i I I 1
I !stock and aid digestion, thereby
A i i ing. them to get nil the food value
East Coast Cattle Companyhas I located, to eradicate the lick: dippingvats \ I of the grain that ;you feed .
Ask Your G rocer become one of the largest. live I are being installed, and u I thorough I Waters & Carson Grocery
the tate tt'JIwill be in I I
stock industries in vnlire ? 8 soon opitulion. -
lot l Florida and with future developments I / (ls('eOll county adopted the NEED OF CONSERVING OUR I ,
and natural increase of "'little system Home time ago and so benefit, TIMBER AND WOOD
will be the wealthiest corporation If I/ml has it been to cattle and profitable I
the kind in the southern states. The to owners that an almost] un.iiiiinouri -, With the constant increase in /
has on the in''| : demand is made by the people ,
now ranges
company ulation, and) with it an ven (' ,
Osreola! Okeochobee, and St.- l.uii",| that lick eradication' be inaugurated: in the use of fuel, it is only a |
counties chore\ -than 10.000() head of in nearly every ('OUI11111 the K1III..1 tion of time when both wood and I- t
breeding tock and beef cattle, inn! The ,matter has: been $ ) will he scarce and the country ,
and better and agitated, in )St Lucie and '
l< continually adding more II plained I already had e X|>e'ienco.! in'ost
cattle fill the time. In a few years in the Hem- future ticks will lie :scarcity. Bays the State :\
the old l "bones\ and hi'dc"' breed that cleansed from the cattle in this coun- (, Bureau. \.

hn- hud the run of the woods anl j ,I ty The United) States government I It is the opinion. of the U. S.
since I'onte le I Ixmn regulation. have become stringenlregarding II
prainen the lay : so esters that communities in \',' .
di',-overed. the fountain of youth I( the I shipment of beef from regions should not dependnt'
win St. Augustine, until 'a few years tick infested regions: that it in imi I on the chance of growth of wood ,
Habitual Constipation- Cured ago when 1'1"1'' I needs began to mix i possible, l to ship I live ".1 It I.: or the [, their' future fuel: supply. The '
111 14 to 21 Days ,imf ''iinirU- with the no live( bovines' prepared meat to places]: where <|iinuntine ; I fern plaint] region .is already <. "(' '
will nut l I."> recognized. The last against such shipments hitsbc'i'ii .from .scarcity in I this respect. : I
"LAX-fOS WITH PEPSIN: a IIl'f''lolly-
('o.i-t, t ( attle Company' is tukinmUl'h 'MllthliKlwll.> I out: there it is '
fear ncces :
lirr pa red SyrupTomc-Laxalive for Habitual interest in' (breeding ui its herds, c. F. Kuuleron. president of the | ary
conumem to go: farther and !
) but
Constipation.: It relieves promptly
the best that can he se- last Coast Tattle Companyith I'
getting very .
for Lurk for their! wood or to cut
taken 14 21
should regularly
bo to days
to induce regular action. It Stimulates and < nred.! 1'lie India Brahma and thePolled headquarters, | in I Foil Pierce, says :trees, each succeeding year, ('('
Regulates. Very Pleasant to Take. 60c AtH'us are said to be especially i that his company is determined! to I II I the available f supply of standing
/ ] adapted to the warm climate of | is too small allow
cf bottle. I -i to the tree
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the southern country and to !flourishon (grow to the proper size before I
---x-x---"X---: <----"X': : the native grasses,, and there that "a beef weighing: GOO pounds can are cut.It
oo' breeds l are being mixed with the native be "raised with its little expense and is suggested that sitics
Salt Fish cattle I trouble] as a beef weighing! only :"00 towns with available woodland
Crystillized 1 The company has shipped from its at I the same age and) under similar apart suitable areas for growth
:. I plant in Fort Pierce during the past 'I conditions. trees Instead of becoming
Direct From Our Fishing Boats twelve months more than 100 cars of I I "The demand for beef lias not di- of expense! properly managed I,

To You dressed, beef, ench car supposed, to ''niinished I to any perceptible degree land can be made to produce!
i crntain G5 or 70 dressed carcasses, j j since the (cessation .of European hostilities to the communities owning;
which would total about 7,000 cattleslaughtered for"this l'ountrY'will have to :
?, Delicious Fresh Caught Salted 1 I There are towns in France and ()
f at the Fort Pierce abat'toir -,, feed our foreign friend for many European countries where all of
Fish, direct to the consumer by 1 during the past year. Shipments j,wears i to come as nearly all of the municipal expenses:' are paid from
prepaid parcel post or express! :!:: are made to dealers from Jacksonville !breeding!' stock of the country was come secured bv the sale of wood ,

15 Ibs for $2.00. to Havana Cuba, supplying consumed during the war for: food, timber from the community ,
i I ninny of the towns along the line of land it will take many years to reI woodlots. ,

Special price in Barrel Iota. :. the F.11't! Coast Railway svstem, :Miami I I place the cattle, hogs, sheep .and Florida has plenty woodland )
tried o.ur'k being one of the wholesale] distributing -]'|I goats that have been, devoured by a this time but copulation] is < !
If you never points of the cattle company. ,i hungry! and reckless people," said ing and- great quanttiea of wood
Cp-stalized,, Dry Salt Fish you 3: 'I'i I Mr. Raulerson being wasted with little thought
have missed a rare treat It does not renuire grain I There are other large cattle companies the future. Fires every year
f age to put the East Coast cattle in on the East Coast and everyone or injure acres and acres of ti'r.
THE ST GEORGE CO i marketable condition, for the ranges -, of them is in fine condition, mak- The least, thatshould he done

.. t.. produce enough .grnsses'andotherT 1g noneyaridjncreasingltheirtherdg{ ( % see thatji theji! fir'; and other 'f
St. George on the Gulf ',' reenlfoods!j '.'ok"'*pi.theS>attleyatnnd! Ito, 'Imnl{! |, ; tiyejageritsfaref! keptjSbut! of
'flORIDA '\tlrowin! ""edurinn&ever month1'.oJ tlle'ea F: lJt'.1'.1Rejtnumb.rll' belieynllikeh woodlandjgAnd! gjliatjjrin cutting
J. \\j, 1 hell'afely.assPJfed' : hll'e'I't h' 'attll' (jrewoodonlyf( thefmaterfal taken \
...,.. <--X-----" : ,t1tntonlv} ; ) "1attached; ( y the continue lot lo..rprofitabl. )' a which'TwiIPnotSinjuresltlio', | \
*<>\\tle' in*thii'Tconntry is"in' )beef ,
industry is eatpn'l by man. Other companies -npac-ty of the remaining:
,'he herding and slaughtering. for the ,I hre iniproviny ,their breeds Florida has no forestry bureau,
Duval Hotel market and keeping pace with the world inputting it has more varieties of trees
The Knst: Const! Cattle Com nan v on the market the best grade any other in the Union but I
nrrnnr'ng, with tilt nss'stince. of of meat possible
Jai KH lOW' ""."1"WI"yell,' ''conntie-.- in which the cattle are cie Tribune. of the Federal government at \ I
ilf>I"'t i < |i iiiHtofncAll uioilern InirroM'tiK'iim -. ington.
*.Ip/t'ur. ti>l-ihiim| mrIce \ 'I
ltntH without Lath .11 and, l up W. C. T. U. LECTURER ''dinner with :Mr. and :Mrs S. R. Ch.ip- 11'lIn'il1lVaVJan,1.; the American
with.. tmih. 'I.r.II. I per p' ,rxun.V.. H. PLEASES LARGE CROWDS 'I11Ln. who were formerly fro'", l:irt ucator who contributed much
Jon: 8_ Misr. I Springfield, where we enjoyed dinner."here was rind in educational nnd ,'('
i ic reforms and betterment said
was not much left of the nine
:Mrs. Lillian I B.! Fulton who is a "
state of i i pound, tUI key when\: we got t thiough. "Moral: Laws! of Accumulation,
speaker spoke
The of his. many useful! I'nnkii, Hint "
here fine. 1'11' fernpirature
HOLDERS OF ut well! attended street meeting is : :
/ u / I dish, imbecile] carelessness is (' ;: : : : : :
Saturday night taking/ for her subject yesterday was from 0 to
of Reconstruction ,7H., We did not need coats or hats. to render any onp poor, without
: The great problems "
The people! kind nfid 0t'1II /aid of facing positive vice.
LIBERTY BONDS and World Wide Prohibition I very I< : ::
While the' audience was
Dollars and Cents.
1 gathering the girls] of the Patriotic ,i iI.eacruc ( 1
are advised to hold them. If sang several appropriate A LEESBURG FLA. Counting it only in dollars
you must sell deal only with songs. II cents, how much did that last

responsible bankers. We Mrs. Fulton at the addressed Methodist a large church congregation I CITIZEN PRAISES cost stop you work? when A man he may has a not cold

nerhaps it would be better if he 1 i
Sunday evening on the same subject.
Buy Dud Sell The churches of the city held earlymco'tinA'1I THE NEW REMEDY It takes about ten days to get
pletely rid of a cold under the
dismissed their
or congre'gations
LIBERTY BONDSAll That time t
STATES treatment. can be
: entirely in order that all GAVE
RELIE1 shortened by taking
might have the opportunity of hearing
Issues and Denominations. :Mrs. Fulton's Cough' Remedy anti proper care:
Write us If interested. The speaker is eloquent ono, BACK: DISORDERED STOMACH yourself in fact, a. bottle of this !

who Was able] to hold the ,undivided AND SHATTERED NERVES edy in house is a mighty good
TRUST COMPANY OF GEORGIA attention of her hearers She is vestment during! the winter

Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000( working under the auspices of the "I hardly what a good night's spring, ; months: I Y
W. C. T. U. sleep was like on account of the condition -
Memlirr K,Mlern] Reserve" Sys! l..Iii. of my nerves," states Mr. J. C. LEGISLATIVE NEWS. : 3:

ATLANTA. GA Chronic Constipation. :Mynhier, of Leesburg, Fla., who is a You will read the Legislative

There' are people who never have a !. well-known citizen: of that town. published. in this newspaper :
-- _-,-- movement of the bowels without it is I "I I believe my stomach was at the April and May, but for' the t
nroducd by a cathartic. :Most of them bottom of all my trouble," he continued complete report published read ;

"0$ IF I COULD brought this condition on themselvesby "for after eating I'd have nervous Florida Times-Union. Send $1.00
the use of mineral waters and indigestion; my stomach would fill up day to the Times-Union for a :
strong. cathartics that take too much with gas, and sour belching annoyedme scription to the daily] and :
BREAK THIS COLD !1' water out of the system and aA'J:1'a'j very much. In addition to this I Times-Union from March 20th :f
vate the disease they are meant re- had severe pains in my hack, in the June 5th. ....
lieve. 'A mild'laxative tonic -tike region.of my kidney: I was quite : :

Chamberlain's Tablets] affords. a gentle bilious and my appetite dropped off CHRISTIAN CHURCH .
Almost da soon og-StlldwJtli. I movement of the bowels] that you to almost nothing. I 10:00-Sunday: School. I '
Dr. King's New Discovery I hardly realize has been produced by So much was being said in the papers : 11:00: -Sermon. <: : : ; ;::
Get a bottle today!It' '\ medicine, and their use is not so about Ureco, I got a bottle one
likely to be followed by constipation. day while in Tampa' and it has cer-I 6:15: -Y. P. S. C. E.
tainly gone to the bottom of my trou 7:30-Sermon.
The rapidity: with whictf thti*fifty- W. B. ALWARD PLEASED WITH ble. I have a big appetite now, and' Prayer meeting each !! ;

year-old family remedy relieve coughavcold HIS VISIT TO KISSIMMEE the my stomach is so much better that evening at 7:30.: L. A. S. each :
: and mild bronchial attack Ia i food digests without giving the
what baa kept its popularity on,the former trouble. My nerves are day. '
increase year by year. Kissimmee, Florida. strong. again and I sleep well every Junior C. E. each Sunday at : >
Dear Sir and Friend
This standard reliever of coldVtod : night. The pains are entirelyre p, m. ; ;
coughing spew never losses friend. It Just a few lines from Florida. We lieved in my back also. Dreco did Young Ladies' Circle meets ;
doe quickly and pleasantly what it U arrived here November 23, 1918. Kis me good so I advise every one whit second Sunday. ,
do. simmee is a beautiful little town suffers aa I did to this
recommended to One trial it try
C. W. B. meets the first
la your mediC Ut cabinet a* absolutely clean streets with fine cement walks medicine .
I tad peD ble. Sold by all druggiit.' fine business places two good banking Dreco is a vegetable combinationof In-each month. : : :::: :
houses and five fine churches and I
roots, herbs, barks and berries, Church Board meet first I
good schools.] which act; on the kidneys liver stomach afternoon each month. :
Bowels Usually Clogged?
Yesterday we were invited out toUr bowels and cleans the blood of
Regulate them with *.re. sure, com* impurities.Good You are cordially invited to
forta&e Dr. King' New Life Pill*. ..'. T *t.le.. chill Tonic druggist everywhere I now services. ;
Correct that biUoiune, headache IMUVM vitality aod energy by purifying sad eortchlnf sell Dreco and it is highly recommended 31-tf. W. H. Coleman,
)our B totoMb. tongue coat by: ejuaia* tb. blood. You u>MOO test Hi Strrottanlns. in Kissimmee by the Central
./'f. C JJaI od .'.. .or.tlo. EBfect.: Prlc .ac.I ... Drug Store. I Subscribe for the Valley

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I' I I Ito 'law. tax'deed: will Inue"'thereon on''I Si'ctIn. '. a -* ii and let
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GET FOR COUNTY. FINANCE REPORT ARE YOUR TAXES HEAVY the 8th day of April. A. D I CIS of l.eUon. 11 : Went Half of 8eis"lt4 -<..' ,
THEY MAY BE HEAVIER YET jl. L,. OVKRHTKRKT. 14'; \ i0"0". 16. ". '21., *z, .
!Clerk Circui Court, Osceola County.Florida :6. al. 24. U and 36;
I 12-tt. All ""atot Ht! Johns* Rlv<)r of Sec
YOUR PAIN RELIEFYou Probably every reader ot this paper! tions 7. 17. *o, 2ft, and >S? In Township I IAll
SI-F.t'lAt. MIITKIfS Sil.H 22 S, 5tatte34.1, :
OSCEOLA: COUNTY I finds bIll. Uxos a bit higher. than haj V of tiertlons 19, 30. and Jl; In "' .

j liken to ]I.a,. Thousand ot .them hare Notice hereby given that the. un- Township 22 S, Ranee 35 J.:.
derslirned Special Muster pursuant to Al of Township 23 S, Range E .
don't have to rub It. In PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER! 30TH 1918 been niggling for the last few weeks !a Final Decree: of Foreclosure.. nnad \o* or th, St. Johns Ih.r. ., Ilnl I. r
make Income taxes I I South Halt of
lo out reports! on and rendered on the 6th day of March : Al of Sec .
t to get qui k comfort to the government and hare found A. 1>. by the Honeirable Ja"V.. tions 6, 7, 8. 17. 18. 19, 20. 30. 31, I' \
'. U1PJ)ude of1 the Circuit C'.url.1 and It;?' In Township 23 R. Range K '
ing relief 'ThO' tollewng' r.plrt t the rt> .l"te IInd djshursemcnt" ot th. funds ot that six: |or-cent; take a pretty heavy Seventh Judicial Circuit of ,.Jrl.l. In I All of Section 61" West a t

(;JMEJLA t.'UVNTlor Ue p. nod .dlnll" "I""mh'r 3<1'h. 191M with th. bnl. lice out of what was left over on New ,and for 0..01,1Coulty.. In ,chancery right of way of, the" Florida East Coast '
ally,'" wd an.unt or warl'a"IH out..lalldl"lI" and a alat.n..nt othe. a""la a,,,' wherein Flynn-llarrls-Hullard Com Railway.: Al of Se-cllon 7 lying Westof ,
aIt1Itlc.... .a"d th".lu.. of count) l.r"III'rty other than I'chool of th.. aal.t. Years day. Many of you had to borrow liany, a corporation was complainant the wayof the Jlorlda Nut, "
"lOc'oln ('oltllly no r"ltOrle" Oil Ow 3,1t" of ?"It..mll.r. 191'' hy the C..rk of Coast Railway; All of
money to pay the late.. and O. C. et al were defendants -
Once you've' tried ltton that stiff tho 'h'rult ('ourt .a"d the 1I..r,1 or ('''UIII)'.Con"nl".I'.r. III I..r'by lubUah..d will 11'I.ea' sale and sell between West of the right of way of the l.ln"
Joint tore muscle, sciatic pain rheu. uld..r the ,lilovIstolis. .of Chapter 8813. Laws. or FIorjde Acts ot 191 $' But this tax Is nothing to what,all the U-Kat hours of sale on 'the ida East Coast Railway; All of Sections

matic twinge lama back you I II finda" Eats FHT A1O8. Coin ptvoller. I I of'ius; will have'to pay If the Victory 7th day of April' A. D. 1919. to thahlerhest 19 Si, 'and 3: In Township 24.
and liest bidder for c..h" the South Range 36 .
warm, soothing relief you never I. Loan falls' lo.go.orer. Uncle Sam'lIwar follo.I"d..rlh..d lands situate. lv. .A I of t.rllon/ and 81 : In* Town J,

thought a liniment could produce. t.KM-ilAL! Fl >O. bills must be pUi. He prefers to and belnic In tli ('.,untieA' nr 0... ship 25 $ lanl6 36 Kast.Alt ,'
1)"o"Uoty'.llal..n..e. April'I. 1918 _. J:. .._.._ ___ : ._ 'lIi1.112 Inl of and 36 .
Won't tain the kin leave .-uu ____ "'...,. ... from and as and state of FlorIda : Town
no muts, Warrants outstanding April. I,' mil ._ '- .--_--_ ___--.--____--____._ .057.2* borrow tha'moaey us pay ..oII;: Or"'K' ship 25 foul h. Kanire 3, East
wastes no time in applying cure to -. back later on. la. 0..... t'ttumifi. Al of ". I .".1 12; In Town* (

give quick resultA' large bottle Net Deficit April 1.' IsIS _.__?-..-..__._.',_._...?..?___._ ?'_:.....,-. U,539.2SItee,4its But It he .n't borrow It,' be must All of Si-eAlon (lnf4(( II ; :Northeast '. 26 South. Range. 1 Kast.All.of ,"
for the Six Months Sections 1 7. and 19
means Vour own or quarter and Southwest quarter of Hcetlon.two fl. 1. : West
economy. any
other hag: it. Get it From .TIIX.oll..lor.-Tllxe.. mid Ucenses ...........,.. il.A6li.10 .. take It-in the form of taxes.It's ( S) ; all of Section three (3) Half of Section 20 ; All of Sections 24. J
-druggist; ; today.Sloan's. ('(.fltJtI'OIlor.-TItX Redemptions ,f ..._.._..__.._?_ .-_. 52.6iioiistroIleIt. like the difference between' renting I I.MS the Southwest quarter of thel4outliwept 83 and 3VIn: Township 26 $..Uth. I. 'j
(' .R. Tax _..._uuh ..-..: ..._--... __ 1.lnl.87 ; all. Section Raligi146 I' i..t. .
>. Trnnsicis __ __ _. __ .- _,,._____. _u_ ..,...,??._-_.j.**.__ 1,578.00 a' house for ted years or buying It four (41 1e>*q".rl..r s the Southwest Ih.r.'ot of Kiev Half of $....1101 1 ; East ,
clerk.-Refund ._ __ __ u.v. ,. ._.?,*.-....-.i-.-.....,...... is II fl on the Installment plan. In one (case the* Southwe' .st quarter( I .'lu..rt.1: the Section 12;; "I of Ki-rtinn 18; J.:" ., .
lois from Cnndldatc-H' .___ _- j..-....-,-.---. ... .*..._ ". of I iant. half nr the Kant of Section of Section I : North Half of H.otlonM 1
It. I.. Farnu-r..-rrocei-ds. fiom I'OCKPann. .-j.ZiI-H.__. you wind up with a thlcbundle'\ five ((5) :Neirthcat <| "hat 0' 'SeCtIon ; In Township '27' :.uth. Range 36 '

.HankslifKrcst' on I Heiioslts .. --._..- --*.w.-' i.,.__ .. i 14..1) rent receipt In the othor you have half of Northwest quarter, .tfr of Section Kast. ', . d I
Hunks. ,.-llonowt-cl, ?.1ii.. .)- -- .___ .,., __?.,.??.. _ _... . I 1.'''.'''.<111' !o,f32.8} deed home.. seven i 17) : Knst half and Kant half of NmilliwcM qIIilrte4of 1."t.1 19; all
a to :your Westlialf. C 8)Vest'; of Sfctleins 80., 31; Township ,

Maklnv JIll 1'1'' -- .-. .._- -__ .. ,. -.:__._.__:.__.. 13.5S-3-.61 Isn't It ./Ix-tter to lend your money to halt. of or'lo"Iln. .right( 9) Southeast Him 1), Range. 3\e"Rt. 21 ,
tI.hirsr.nru4s' for the 'Is "10...... ,at fair rate of In. ,."eiuurter East half of Southwest .'''' : ,All of Sections li, 7. ID, 10, 29. 3131..
the Government a
1-I..I"r '!If .i.rk. ."f "' rcujt COUl'l .1114 'nU"I' Au.lltoiflhl.J r ter. Southwest quarter of Koutltwc-st- 32. US. and 34 I In Township 28 South,

CI".k ( ..iiiity. '...nml..lo" .__. ."_ ..._."......'i" lorowt than to j-uy II out In taxes, quarter and South Sixty-six 4643)! ) feet KailKI- 37 Kast. -
I I'f.r I "4.-... II.d, 7.1. 41.."/(,, of ('Oil. .III _"'_'''\.. ''''_''''' .. ; .35 7.01) which never come back of rthw.-at 'IIa'I'r of Southw-tit All ,.(' I and SI : In '
r" ... P.Iarln of I4tbet InR.r" ..d l'mpIupee: ., : ; !,'. "\,' .'. 1. ,. ciun.rtc-r( of (17)) ; 1:,Township 21'llh..h..n e 84 Kast.-
Jt.ll.., ,uf ('.."..1)' 'ourl --------I"..__.:_"' ........ ..-.I., .'. ':. ',.1211./111'/ Thai's worth considering when the"time South .f..Un.Hrrll.n'"n' ((1st ; All of . 7 ; All tiorllr of { '1
f ( IIU"O'. .1'K.u.hl/c A I torit.y _. . ... . __ .h..i ... .J "Z7D.Kg comes to Invent in Victory Bonds. ni of hat. Nineteen. ( I IV) ; !1..1 One FleinmitiitUrn. I .,lit of'Sertlon' I I and of 1
.'I Io1'tl. ) tot' 44PIIIIt)'"K"'I'. _____..._.......-... 404.20 I and North half of Lot T.. (2) and Section' 19,' In Township So .South
.I"JI"'I"4" or 1t"'IIII..n h. . _. _-_..__ __.- .:........ aIO.""' .. Northeast quarter of Southwest uuarter i,Ranxe 8S Kast, 1
Jailer _. - - h- ( I/en ..) Section( Twentyj j I ,\1 of Sections 1. 2. 3. 4. 9. 1111., 1 ,
5.4.44.) part :
County:; Sur\<->'t.rllepalrn : - -= : -::: _:=: -::::--==::::-: :: 143.5VI27JIO lulit I all th.!l.lloI "' .."I>. 13. IS. I ID. 21. 22. 23. 24.. 25. 26. 2. ),
i E.: S. HOffMAN, M. D. let 4 'ou.'", llnlldlninii LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS i29)) I ,2\. quarter.of""j 24. 33. 34, 85 nnd 36, In .Township \

(Com I4out------------------------------------------ ... e-ast quarter thereof; all ,South, Range 3$ nnst. :,
OCULIST AND OITICIAN Furnltuie and Fixtures for Court Mount- ___. -."IIIIIIllxpeaMc L.U I ty ISO) Kniet half of 1.-I"rtol t0. All of 1..lon... I, 2. 3, and 4 ; KastHalf '
:XI l'I'fl OF AI'I'l.lflTION". KOH TVNOTICK \ eine (81)) : West half of Thirty- of t..Uo. t>-. All of 1"1'101 1O,
,I Eyes Examined by a Regular Reg.Istered ** of 4u.IT tlullrilBasiJanltois JEI). two ((33) : Southwest ""rllo.of ,-, I II, 12. .18. I IS : Knst. SecJtlon J
and ... 8fl0.04LIM
other attendants,1.' ) 1 qu.rt..r Nol
1'hynician. lit. fuel .and water -._- -- := ::::::::?-_: ::::-.-..... 444.00: west quarter of .... ( fUI. 35 22: Al, of Sections 23. Z4. 25. %11. 1.//
and In SO
Glasses }'j tt ed. Incidentals . h -. -________ _________?..._.......___.... l.riO\.52 ( IS! IIKKKItV OIVKN THAT.A..o" Township Twenty-four (24) South, Township, -f
Range S3 .
: ltea8' East.All
411! 2 55 HeiiieB and, Ksther M. II | Itantce ''Thirty-one (31)( KastlOwsl /.Ulh. '
Broken Lena Duplicated. ... o, ('....', I..or' .. I> of Tax Certificate' No. 277 I half of Section Thirty-six ((36), of unsurveveel .j; :
dated the 3rd day of .July. .,. D 114.11" , In TownshIp Twent\-fouf (24) South South, Range 36 Kast. :
Furnltuie" mid Fixtures for Houae and FarniH.... ,
Pqor / .504)
28 W. St. Orlando. Fla. I. .
Church I Oraaacr (
certificate In office, 'o..ty
tiled said mu.
EXJJIIIMI'N ol"'r..II..,, P..or l-1.ju.e nil, I..r"" .* _.__._._.. 1.946.13 has Range Thirty (30) Fnst.Southwest I
Allowance mtict.. has made application for tax deed quarter of Routh..1'otlarlpr All of Sections I. t, 3, II. It, IS, 14, 'I i i
h. outside of
paupers Poor House and
(I'aid' bv Warrants, _----_- .. __-_-._..--......_._... 8449.64) I'a"d Issue certificate In accordance embraces the with folIw.Ing l.iw. 'of Southeast of Section quarter Four! ROUlhw..t(4)) ; East quarter half- 24.Kant and Half 25;Ot North... Hal;of East Section Half"lu ofSectloii ; 1 1

* O. P. KRIUntt. A. AK13UMAN laquff-nfal I described situated In 36; Township 22 S. Hang !
! Fees of nfllcera ) property of Southeast quarter. South half of I
-J. jurors and witnesses ___ 45.M
un???? ? 33 B.
W. J. STEm .._ OseeoLt County, ,Southwest quarter, Southwest quarter
, .u,
Inquiries onnl
; a'ofto'tt
HM' Section All of Sections 18, 19, 30 and 31): A
Fees or officers nol committees _________ _._. Iew. cur. of Se-ctlon Twenty 420), In Township 1 .f
KRIBBS AKERMAN AND STEED tttatlonrrr ...! 1'rlnllaa.i .u ;30 Township .211 South Man ire 2MKast. ) Twenty-four: (24) South Itanire Thlr n'lt part of Sections 7. 17, So, -29 3:. "Ji
t. . north 7 chains Kast 10 (31) : ... however and 33,. West of the St.
; Kxceptlnir
a. (
1)ln/ .ohn.
Attor*+ mmd < uu..clor. at L.BVT.KUtilmmer. Stationery lilanka etc. -.n_.__"._..._' 241.61 10 chains, .y.on. River; In tS R. Range 8
chaIn West
Florida. Record Hooks .. __ --..__.__ .- __ .____,__-_.. '_ X3.63 chains The ,said South land 7 lielnx assessed at the (7). in the Township North half Twenty-four bf Section Seven(2t) North Bast Quarter of Section 1; JJ.' 1
Ad'rll..IIII''qulrrd I by la. and paId for by counly.-I. .
210.10I'.ld date of Issuance of said certificate. In South ire Thirty-one iSl) East. Township 23 H, Range S3 K. II 1
4:0..1: pr.. lr. I. all Htate mft .. 1.1... <'a>lsaloBia to Ofllrers the name of Unknown. Unless said fan I. Oa -cpnlsi Cc...>. All of Fractional Sections 4. K6.. 27
I ate* ("ourta. Tax Assessor _.. __UUh_ ___.__ ._ _.. ......_.___ ? .__ 1,41989 I certificate. shall be. redeemed accordIng West half North< half of? Northeast 82,33 and 34 ; All of Sections R. 9. 10.. ,
Tax Collector .. __- _-__ ___ :-_": n. .. .______ --j.Clerk .- -.. 1.3\12.115 to law tax deed will Issue. thereonon quarter South half of the Se,utieast II. 14. 15. 16, tl. S3. 28 and 29: East M
Circuit 'ourt. RecordlnK and (lencral Cou.'ork HI.57 I the 16th day of April. A. I D. 19111. quarter the Northeast quarter of the Half of Fractional Section 7; ,Kast Hilfof .
W. B. Crawford Lea Jaml) Kxpenses. of jenc-ral Klcrtton ._ __..__. ,.__.________ ._ 45.00 (SKAU' ). J. 1.. OVKHSTIIKKT Southeast quarter of Section One (1), Secllein 17 : East Half of Section 20; ,
CRAWFORD & JARRELLATTORNEYSATLAW .I'' 'ti"'s------------------------------------------- 20.1.40 Clerk of the CIrcuIt Court Usceola Township Twenty-five (25)) South, Knst Half of Fractional Section 31 ; 1 :
( ( ___. _ 427.40 County, Florida. Ilanice Thirty-one (31). Kast All that part of Sections 1; 2, 3, It, 18.
County Physician 'w" _ .__ ... _ __ _ . __.__. 125.00 13-f.t'l The North half of l.ots Four (4) and 23. 24. 26 and 35. lyingWest of the St.
li.l.n-M _ _ _ n._ _. __ _ .n __ _. ___ .. __ 2(10( 00H.7C I. CIrcuIt ..sort. Seventh JudIcIal Five (5.) of It lock "Ii"> of Robert Has' | Johns River; In Township 23 8, Rang I
Offices: 4, 6, 6, and 7 Citizens )Sui\eyor _P..h__ ."_____ __ __. __ . (Ireult. In and for 4> 4 uua-- Addition to the Town of Klsslmineela 34 E. I
Bank Building Krior: In Wairants 8807 and""khl? ._ _ n.n__ __ _ 21.611I.r.3v20) I-. Florida. I. taacrry.Order .>..... County.t'orth I. Mrailsiole ...<,. I
I IHp) Vnz--------------------------------------------- All of Sections 25 and 36 In TownshIp
13.796.65 half of ." EIghteen ) ; \
aCUiimmee Florida for (.....>rnrtl..e Nervlve.AMKUICAN North I .half rif $1"C1.. Seiventeen (I 20 S, Range 32 K. '.
:N." t l Ih'I1..1t Si-pt. 30. 3 191S . ..--?_ . .U -_ h___ : .._ 2113.( -- West half of Nortlit-ust quarter (1 All that 'part of Sections 29. and 33.
\\ aiinnts 'OuI"t"'ltll"l1I"I't.' 30. I Mils *..-__nn. .___ 07.DO : AOKICUUTU'IIAI.. CHKMICAI. half of Northwest quarter No.lh."tquarl..r lyIng West eif the St. Johns River: All "
DR. W. W. CARSON of Sections SO, 31 and 32 In
COMPANV, a corporation or- of. Southwest quarter and ; Township
DENTIST Depository Ilalanco __ _...:__..___ ___..w-- .-- -. 303.96' Kanlzed and exlutlnir under the .Laws''I Nor.thwcst quaiter of Southeast quarter 20( S, Range* 33 Il.All "
of the State. of Florida Complainant.. of Section Twenty (2O) ; West half 1 of Sections I I and *12 ; In Township 1 1All
Office I. 1' 1-1 ,\ ,n "'UIU'I'ITi in KINet I). ( 21 S. Range 32 K.
over Pilley vs. of Tlilrtv-one (31)'eR') half
Building i
Miposltory.lllinc| >e Aplll, I. 19IS ____ .n____. .___ ___.. 23411! K. U 1.\o >lI.I'JY and JKNNIK: K. L.KH- 'I II nne]I''rlol of F.nst half of !Section of Se-ctlotis S.6, 7. 8. 16. 17. 19, I .
Ob4 Offle'Phone Hours1 1(1 Residence: -11 1-1' \\ a'n..t" iiitHtiindlim, April 1. 11118 '._.._..._. _..__ . 1. '63.91)) KV. his wife, and H. M. STHKN.= Defendants -. Five (6)) : hal\\.t'at half of West half 20, 21. 22. 27. 28 nn.l34 ; East Half of'4t'CtilIi
'Hhon li I' 19 Knst. Half of Section 29:
Eight (8), nil In :
Uaa Administered. for ICxtraotloo of : I n.Ili-lt) April 1. lfi8 _.n d..: ...._ ._.._.,,-.__. t>28.83I'toin TO II. M. STKKN.i = : 'Twenty-four of"rlon ( South lUnge Township Thir l East Half of Section 33; all that part t I.
T..thLEWIS .. (4
IIC.4-Ii,4i r r the Hit Moathut i Von are hereby tequlred I to appearto I ty-one (31) ;of Sections 4. 9, 10, 1. 15 23. and 35,
) Tax (.".'I... < a.r.-Fi." '_.h-_ _,.,--_-___- __..S. 4.23S.17 I I the bill of complaint\ l ) !tiled h..r4.tnagainst Also all the timberwhich Is lying West of tho Johns River; InTownship 2 '
Cunipliolb-i.(; ." ) ) Tin I Ili-deinptions) _- --.. -.,,._..:,.1'?,... l >4.023S : un the above: entitled i ..lal"/' ... the ,, Irnwlnll"or a 14. Hanl' 33 N.I ,

O'BRYANATTORNEY.AT.LAW ShellirFines; :.IflI'tI'UlI.'l'IL: \: ; ,; ; R....Tax. .00.----. ., .. 1h1 'cause, on or lieforo 1 It.. 14th day of ;I,," . ..ll"t. 1'111 and belnK I II the I, \.1..1. .0...,.
_. of Sections 27. 28. 34 and 85: All
.. 2 .. D. l)lt. ( State of Al
I .It.I.I'.r..II..r.-r.: ) .. ::::.::111111111": : ."!'" "--' s---- 2 41'r..2 ".i.,!!."..22laIsiit .April The Klsslrnmee Valley nacelle Is to-I'Otll't.: 01.111.. Florida. part of /II..n" 29 end 33. h'ln"1\(

7'u. hereby dcKlicniited) as the newnpaperIn ; I I,%cost ijuartei, "r and Southeast I Kast of the J..h.. River; In Township
? ) -
14a1.iie .
- - -- - -------- ------ -- 4,266,211 I which' this order shall I be publishedonce I I I quarter( of Section' 'J'w. (2) : North) half, 20 s. Range 33.1'\1.\ :
Warinu} B'Jildinc. lNliurnrmrn 4 ox! >f ( riot)..) \\ Twelve ((12)) North half of '1..tlol / nnd 36: All that part of 1..10". 4, I
Pal SbeijIT uiKl I M.iuM.Vist| IIIllH Criminal ('OR.o.------- 1,414.76 i i WITNKHS: m>' ,hand. and the seal of Kleveii (1. East hal f. of Se-ctlon (Nina D. 1 141. 14. IA. 23 and 30, .l>' of
), Jofcnston O. P. Qarrctl <;leik Circuit Court 4'osl Hills) Criminal Cases- ..- .- 3:17: 4'ilO.lifi I said' 1'081.t..1 KlMslinmee. oscfolaCounty (9) N."llw.Ktqulr..rofH.- .." Thirteen tIe St. Johns River; In Township 21 H,
( oiintv Judue (\jst Mills (-rlniinnl I CMH.-B ..- Floilda, this 13th day of ( I ; .rt of Hectlon Range 33 J.:. .
JOHNSTON & -- --- tll.ter
: GARRETT .1 iii-llc, >rf I IVace IVmt I IIIllH Cfthtlftal ( uK.s-------------* 8.34 M-, , .\. 1919. )Firteen ( IB) Knst: half of S.'ctlonTIIII'tytwl (..1 Tet nppnlnt Ih..e ('ollllhal.", ..
.ATTO RN EY-AT-L A W CtMMttv 4 l I I'rosi-cutliiK I Attornev I Conviction Fmm".lltiiess -- -- 1 4 5.0a DJii J.. ijVKRRTHKKTt ,I ) i f32) : Sertlon Thirty-four .. piovlded for '. '" provlstoVia. U.U.a.
\v I Fees 'if Sections I II and 3U of ( 645"
- - - " j 784 on ("Iork Circuit Court, 'u "eol" County, j ((34)) ) Kaat:. hulf of Se-r-tlon Twenty-live hal.I"I
Offlcai 10, 11 and 12 Citizens Banl CiMirt 444.nog nI Il tier I In Insolveticv' case's - -- -" " 3543.03 J.'I<,,'I'I... ,' -':). fn Township 'Twenty-four (24)) I.riws of Florida, to appraise. th. I..n.i. II I
Building ''V1",1-1"! ''" 4''f crliiijnal I ptnHecutloriH - -- L" I 9.! (44 51'iiy I'I'J.\I.) HS.. HIU'l.I.oCK.::. I.). 4.'. :0111. Uilnif- Thltty-one Kast, I that shall he taken for rights of way.
tl.Efl'tOfllIflIMI4jflI) on FIIH-H: vtc. collected ,, I 1.\ :-111111.1o"1 1f & II CU.. I luiwever to ttie desluiiated I h.1111 .....In... or other works, or a.
Klsilmme.. Fla. '" '"'' L Sal ivIt.oi'i. .for Complainant. .i- 13-51. J i 'I ii dIll ti mortKMRe-. Ih. benefits and damages toIY'
., c.f Jui'orsHn, I .- .. .... J'tACl'i4)lLalids. dctscrl h.." I or all lands, public highways,,, railroad'and ;
wftwfj 'I'.U(" ;\1 J.JI''I'I; ,41 _ _ ". Ira tige9 Cu ut)'. 'l"l orI' tojl ww'lvjyf' propertyfcalrendyjln. SBl Salnr h..ol.1 l'i"l I" .nn."e"

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,"......""'..1111 h ....... ... : rr"14Ihfojr'jUUUH, .', .tll'' tdI.e < el in en t f&u".toliaiige>s i: ; I h"-HlIl'TIiJ-JHN ll"II.ITI'J. C M ,. l .4'"u i-t OUHII fled 'IIn..fllt. ".mlll..n.orab".lh
CORSON} F EflRJIIER ]*. | fie tI I, )., HreijlaMC" '
I '..","(OMC f 4"u"l 4 ) 1' .- SA )1,1':- l ...1 I "..11.1.. "'
514I.4.Mltr)1o1.nce 1ei.t, (I. .11418'r_ 838.44 Florida. on Tuesday. March -Mil.. : !'. \ JOIN ): (4)) such other and fur-
ttu-r relief In the premises as may lx
at 12 o'clock nooii for the election ofofncers I Mlet'r.I .
11(1 ill F| :Ml. for the ensuing yoar nnd for I O. OalneRvllle. Florld.t, 'In conformity with law and as equitymay -
ln-potory nil !lr.c. April'' 1, I His I .. the transaction) of .anv I and ..I'I bun! 1f ()PIF.for ('on) >lalnnilt 12-Tit ( re-quire I
SELLS Wan-ants OutstandliiH! April 1. 1441! IS .1. I. ". :: : : : -- 8.013(16: ness that may' come before meet"NCW And unlfss you show. the cause first to rule thecontrary ,
( AItN'I'II'1.: on or h.r..r. *

Net Deflc'lt April' t. 19MlleeelptK -.h __ . _. _ _._ 1":; : York :N. Y.. March 4th. 19191: I day of the said Circuit Court of the I
rur the MX I 'Moalasi 391 I I '1: \ 10.\.1.. In accordnnce with And by Authorlty mild'County of nrevard af..r the publication
Fire Life Accident and From Tax .oll..lor.-Tax. .. j3-2t.___ 1. . tarvIn of Chapter 7345 No. 87). Aft of of this notice by -

Comptroller,- Tux Redemptions- h_.hh- ----- -hh- --_- _- __-- - :. 10.17328 369.6: i 111! Iaw of J.-.ld., 0"011 County I.w. the 1'18)1 of said petition. may

Health Plate Glass. Lia. ConiptrolU-rj H. It. Tax ____- __ .u__... __ _._-_-.-.-__ 035.2! I I 1'I. S 8 I.E. . jilaced under a quarantine.aEl'I4E. "I'/rant..d. 28th day of

I..rk.--! | Road IDlHtrict( No. I. Oradlnu, ; Road _._._ _____ - 5.946.7H> It Is February 1.t ."ublcallon.
( UrmilhK. Alabama. ""vinIC"om"n"y _. __. 1 Circuit Court. 7th Judicial Circuit. hereby ordered tbat no cattle official" hand and seal of
bility and Boiler Insurance. IIInk.-III".r..t _ .____ _h .------h.Uh__ __ __ 609.4.7 1 lt.! 00 State of Florida, In and for Osreolu (which "'11 .mbrRr. Btln.. Work Oxtn. the Witness said Circuit my Court at Tltusvllle,
CleI'k-1'raiser .._ ...__ Count.In 1 Slltlnic I Clt-I Steers Co"' I..lf.r. and Calves)
--hh. .-__ _ __ __ 76.00 18.218.4\ .h..I..y be drIven or nllow- Florida, this -24th day of February I
laena IJunk of Klsstinmee. Florida vs. .hlll transported
Legal Bon d s Executed HalanceItlMliiirNrmraitM- _.h _- _ _-_ _____ ___h.h. __ 10.834.61 Kmory 1_. LesleJennie 'K. Lenley. stray County.Kxcept or In any under part the of ( >sceola 1919(, COURT HJ.1\. ) ,
K. Ilass. provisions "II'UIT
forSulailes the Six MoalhsiMaklntr Walter ( K.iioi, Aiamlnt.i of the HuleH (' ... It Court ," County I
Chas DonCKan and (1)r ri,' M. Todd a'I1 R""ulllon. '
4p.rhiIe..I.nce and $up.'I..I.. of the State- of Florida. 11-4.
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Same Day Needed. Is "" that by virtue HIII..I.h'e IO"c
Notice h'r'by(1"
) ? Koiul Superintendent ii rid OverseersC'onNlriiftloii __ 675.00 .. I j
h r.rh.,) (: I I and Hirad|
of foreclosure rendered .lrul.
aatl '1.1........... Itoads and llrldaesCost of In..1 ..decree above entitled ,cuuse of of TI.k Ir"v"'III..1, In Cattle I. ( (..ur., ".... 'of Florida. M..- .
C' .I..1
of tkialerlal -uu--'n __ __ _-_ 208.843.1S II of the ('11' %S/.lc Judicial <'I re till". o..ceolaCouaty. ,.
Tnols o iIi) machinery, cont and repairs __-. :__- -_ .. _ : 04 action by the Judi" Judicial. <1"1.tll STATE LIVK ATr. SANITM1VIJOAHIi. I. .'aa.rer -. I
OFFICE: State Bank Building I 1.1"I.wk., cost, care and' I feedlnx __ _ _Uh_ _ _- - 1 RXI.SS of State the of Florida. In nnd 1I"I."i ". I
I'lIhf..r Cr4lii bIOI' otlur tbiin Ouardsl'u I,273.5l4I I" (SignedV. A. )I-IIt ,K PreMldent .
------- -- -- - --- March sib. 191 lfl. I .
lal ',
I )' of Convict < }lila r.Is p ? ___ -__ _-_.,---_____ ___ ., 94ocl:.aa.. %n I
:l-'cvdliiK: I : and. cine; of Convicts; ) cm Road -. ------ - - I.9 3 8. j 13 I wil Court House In the CTU of 1,1..- A('1 I. Ita. \el'rlll"'lan. '
'ii>"'mints on ntVniint "of I I Koada built I I by conttac't = : :: 75:on, .f HlinmeiFlorida I II" on May 5lb, !II I li, T one at I ' I ll :, 1':1.: .. l n.pearlr 1> -. tot I
I l-iiMiient on iucuinil I 1 cif. dlachalue I of en"'lda I 1.,1"1. 43 00 I dnrlnu: :: ; the! li-nal\; hours of JI tinfollowlnir :- 1919* h.I 1,111| tiled In thv v .fnI",1..11.,0.. .... I
I'Mld) ) inrorpcuateil ,.It... and towns' _ _. __ 2..fl6' l 20S Kffectlle April 1st .
J. W. THOMPSON ttloel113uu.1oJill' : > ? --- -_ :.:.:----.:-::----:::: --: 4 3.fid:: I I .. I I ,I onci-oln deHcilbed ) piopetty, iriciridn. .IU'ltl, Copies uf IHW. Kules and Ketful.itlons (that UntilAdiims.. Ii one oC ncihresldent th- defendants of

.- StallCc>nUlsliialnuj' - . h.h_ _ _._ __ 142.2!' 110.1'213\ I I In I Kul"Id* J4 nWd I/COtllll'1'In.' '..yn"'" forwarded on n-qm-sl 12-rt the herein of (named Flnrldn.and I Is a resident

Funeral DirectorAND Deflcll - -- . . . .. . .. .. __ . __. ._ . _ Mi.87 ', A.lllo,1. arciudliiK to 'the City to the recorded KlHSlmm.--,pnttin |. M \VOIfN "l<... \ %. t'l'l4)'. of 1111.11< lily New Yoi'k. and that (I

( ))4.---1'rr.r: - -- -_ _ _. .." _--_ -. -- -_ --__ _ .02 1'-lo"ldl..reof on III. aFIIa the ptitillc ,lec- she In. It Is Iti.-refore the n 1(e ordered nf twentyoneinrs that saidiionreHidciit j

nf "B<. I Ciiunty.I Flur"I. t'nele-r, and' b\ I Ihipowe, 'r ve-sted I In I ; .
..11 defendant I be and she tshetcliy
:N." '1 lie-licit Hi-pl., :So, IqlS| i ._- _. url.
Mi X!> tinI .1. Cndel
.Uh.u Terms r>r sale cash.Dated 1 8 Mtyor e>f tin- City of
to the bill
\\IllllllltM OulallIIIII."t, ,/ : 311. I !HS --. :.- -- -. ---- I 724-53 I : : KISHlmniei I '. Fla. March 4 KlHteltntneeFleii; ; Ida.: lo; lieivtiy nnnounee of ,'." ,.r"'lul'"filed to In appear said, cause on or
JOHN s! (\ Ii'I.. ( innMlalm. anil ,dee-lni Hint I anleitie.n I .
I Di-poHltciry Kaliince 1-1"1'.1 30, I misn ____ _:_ ___ ___ 637.64 I 3-4. )Speclfll( MiiHler I I'l rh"I'\: ,' wi 1,4, held at theCltv. hall. before A Ii'lHIt.'",",,10'otherwise. tbe 7th diav" of AI'rl.(

LICENSED EMBALMCR lilt si IIF\( i.: 1111 \U. I I .. .. Sevenlh In Raid ( url,1 the legal I benns of of Hnld bill will be t.... 1""II..n.1.f.a..J .
In ( Ireult 4 9ae .I..rl. \otlnif. em Sn I 2'nh day ofMatch
l >i-iosltciry| llnliKire April I. 1'4I' I %' - -___ n_- ._ -_ -_ 9.51653 ..t 4 4Iscci.Ia :. : A. D. \ 9;t'ifhl purpose of by Hnld defendantIt
\\arrnnts () I 1S1H __ __ .lu..1 .... ) Is further ordered that this order
O"I"II""IlnAlrll/ t. h __-U- 1HI10.'( 82 I .mnO.. In 'I.'rlc I h. ofncers for the
foU.wlnl .
Star and Chapel Stewart AT*. one, be )IJhl"h..1 I once n w..I' for four con
Net Deficit I. 1SJS! ._ __ -__ -- .. II'' 'ra. \11 : ..... I I .1". I ill t livKlssirnmef.I I Va I.
April -u.un. ___ 144.097.449 ( rcrlla II. ('.> t.... omnlalaant. i' c no .u.lp ..
Kliilmme*. Fla. MerelntM. .for Ike Nix ....nllo... I James A. 4 Isytoa. llrfendant.It Clerk. Icy Olz'II. a n..w..p..r' published In
From Tax ('oll"Nu-.x..1' ---n.n-. .24.1\84.52\ I one M.irnhal aleS, Tax Collector snld County "nl StuleThis

.'OfOOOOfO "OO.O'O'O" '. Coniptrolli-r,-Tux Reclfinptlcms. _ __ _ __ -*,-.. ---h- X 62.5l; I appearing l' affidavit appended oneTreasurer. the 21st day of. r..rul.y.. 1519 ,
('ornplroll.-Hy. Tax u __ ----------u_ __ ____ 1,814 Xfi to the (lIeu In the above stated Also to 5-rye for the term of two (U'\U'l'IT t'tiURT \ '

TILLER Clci'k.-Tinnsfcr.!. u - -_ - ____ -____--___ _-- .___ --._ 1.4t9.84 34.211.77 cause thll hil James .\. Clayton, the defendant \ears Three metnhers of the CitiCeiuncll. J. K. OVKRSTHKKT.Clerk Circuit Court.KHlHfiS. .
M. therein nnmecl Is a nlnr..ld..ntof and for the term of one year.iflC .
:Making Halfince __ h _- r __ __- ---____.___._----. _. 24.123.7'8'UI..IoII..m. the State) of Florida and Is a r".I.t.1 ( member) of the City Council.I AKRRMXN, & HTKKl J >, I
I ...... for tbe ".. MontanlRcind of Calexrl County. California, and I hereby appoint A. K. Thomas, H )S-he-Horn for 'o"I.I"lnanl.. 1.4..

Real Estate! Agency. Conslluctlon __ uh.uun____ __ ___ -. 15.24013 .. he Is o\'''1' tinaite of twentyoneears B.atan. K. J. Vans Agnew as In
: - it IH therefore ordered that' said .. anl J, M WllUon. Jr.. a.CI..rk 1 MITU'H KXK4ITOH..
mmwm.a mm ma>m mmmmmmm m%. Net Unlanre Sept. 3.... 191 % _-- _a - ._- --______ __-- __ 8.8H3.l11.rr..nla.Uut""dIrHC )nonresident; defi'iiilunt i he and he Is of 1'I'ctl.,. Fur Flesh UI.rlo.r..1I.

Realty bought and sold. \\'.. Sejit 3d.( 1918) ___ _ _ _ _ __ __ 1,036.33 )herebv requlreil to .appear, t to the bill In witness . I have hereuntoset .
of .. filed In said, c'aua.on. or my hand, ... Mayor of said City Court of f'oeiaty, .ladae. f'.I, of
Houses 'rented. Depository Balance Sept 30. 1918 __ __ __ .hU.___ ___ 9.919.98 .. .."fI..I"1' )', t h.e 7th day of .'i "ril. AH nnel caused the seal of said City to behereunto ,' Oseeola. !l... .t Florida.
affIxed this 28th day of February. -
Taxes paid and Titles verified ftPKt: I.AI. I'l'ITVDepository F'L'1). I'' said 1919otherwise bill/ will be taken the as nlleicallonH confessed bysaid of A. U. 1919. la re Kolate ..i' .. w. Lilly. I

for nnl"'lI' I. 1818 ___n.Cn..h___ __ 1.213.114 defendant.It (SEAL) JOHN S-CADEL.. 'I Notice Is hereby "Iven. to all whom
non-residents. Warrants OutKIIIIHlinApril I. 1918 __. .nhUu _ 100.00 ,, Is further ordered that this orderbe Major of the Clt} of Klsslmmee Fla. it may .concern that on the 31st day
Fire Life and Accident 1 .. Attest : of July A .1919. 1 shall apply to the
.. week for four consecutive I.
Net Ilnlance. April 1. 1918Iterrlpto ____ --._ --.--______ -_ 1,1 13.64 weeks once In a the Kissimmee Valley J. n orCDFRT. city cirk. n-st. Honorable M. Murphy Judge of saidCourt
turance. for Ike Ml 31o.4us.sF'rorn as Judge of", for my final -
Tax Collector.-Taxes _n.unhh____ __. 1.893.63 Oazette, a newspaper publsh..d In >OTICK ,OI- 1)ltA I NA(;E UKitixj I discharge as of the ..t..l.

Indemnity Bonds. Comptroller Tax Redemptions __._._____ __ ___ n. -_ ,, 62 05 said County and State of JumesV.. I-rilv..deceased: and thatat
Comptroller.-Ry. Tax -- 'H''U'-___UU'Uh ___ 155.88 1.911.56Makjnff I This 24th day of J."elrlary., 191.I To the owners and all persons Interested the same time I will present my final -
(CIRCUIT Iol'n. In the lands, corporate and otherproperty ExecutrIx of said estate,
..!Ieeo.. .0..00. .. .. accounts as
Balance __ --__ -- - ____.... .__..--__.----__-_ 3025.20 I OVJ.JRSTRFI'1T.CI..rk In and adjacent to the Upper ask for their approval
lshuri..ra .... for the Six Hoalkm Court. St John1rnl""le District: Ant February 17th. A. D 1919. '

Transfer to deneral Fund _____.__U.n._____.__ i.son.ooCounty riKonoK. FOX. yuu are hereby ALiCE WII.DKR.
Flcioklets .. __nnn__ ___ __.___.___j__ ____ 987.76 j f Solicitor for Complainant 1-4. notified that Frank t,. Rills, Ames A."o &. j
Donation to Fair ___ __,. Itarlow and Sidney O. Chase membersof .
un.u.nn --h.--J 600.00 2,987.75 >OTK'|.) 0. AITI.ICATI01V FOIl TAXIMCKII. and the Ronrd of Surervlsors '

FRESH FISH Balance se'pt,. 30(! 1918 _____n_____ ____._____.___.__?_ 37.45 I con..Ututlnl Upper St. Johns I NOTM H TO ( IIK.IHTOIIS.ourt .
I District, have filed In the office .
AIUU'II.Tt'ltAI. Kt'.MJ.Depository j NOTrf"F IS! HERKBY GIVEN ThatA. of the Clerk of the Circuit Court ,.> ( of the. (.air .Jeeidae. I 0.1. t

-A N D- Halance April 1..1918 purchaser of Tax Certi- elf the County of Jr"'ard. State of I ('ou..,. State of 'Iod..
nnuunnn. .62 tlncatea In office, and made Florida, petition the said I -
Transfer to Special Road and ItrldKe District No. 1..._- ..62None of July. A. 1913. has filed hal said Cer- Court for a permlslon: la re Kstale of ",. ,..
flrates 332 and 333 dated the 7th day lal To change or amend the Plan all Creditors, Legatees, Distribu I \
Depository Balance* Kept. 30, 1918AHHKTH ____u.hh..h_ I eif tees and all Persons havIng Claims
application fpr tax deed to issue In Hpcl..matol of the Upper St. Johns )1\
OYSJTERSSIMON !' !' AM I.IAIIII.ITIKSBalance accordance with law. Said Certificates ),' Illrlc'. or Demands against said Estate: /
embrace the following described property (b) To the boundary/ lines, You and each of >'ou. are hereby notified
I A.r4.s. situated In Usceola County Florida of the Upper St Johns .- and ...qllr.'" to present any
cash In Depositories all fund. unu____ __$ 11,837.47 I to-wit: trict so as to Include' the Iralna11..- claims. and demands. which you. or either -
Liabilities.Warrants. Lot number 111 and 114 of the tfemInole scilbed )lands In said. tolowlnl ,, of you, may ha> e against. the .estateof
MARTINPhone . Outstandlnur for Current Kxpenses __u___, 2.318.61 Land and Investment Company's : Silvester H. Reed deceased late.
\alue of ('"u.'" 1'roprrlr. i. of Section 9, Townshjp to.wi !. CnualT. of () c.'oiii ,'olnl)'. Florida to the undersigned I
313lr (fourt House _ - - _ __$ <( -t HouHe and Farm. ,, -, 1 B.1)110.CM) assessed at the date of IS, 19. :3k' 21 and li: West Half! nfSectIon within onnr from the date. hereof. I
Road Machjnc-ry_ and Mules - __ 6.1100.00 I' t helpl saId certificates An aI: : West Half of Section 26.; Dated February1 4th A, D. 19I ,. ,V
/ nnmt of Unknown Unless said. Certificates All of Sections 27, 28, 29. 30. 31. Si. and A. K. DROUGHT..9St .

01 !Ibta1 -- -------1\-\ -.-- -I-u---------------. 81.000:00 shall be redeemc/d/ accordingI 33; in Township 2 5. Range 34 I I. tl 1, Administrator. ):


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: :. Black Taffeta[ Silk-40. inches wide, $1 ,,75 per yard Crepe de Chine Shirt Waists-Colors flesh and White," $3.29 each


E I : '. I Just received this ,weekSilkShirts for men, Special Price, $3.9 J. of-,



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I scrvicw. The house was most ap- :I oO" 4 H.IIOVERSTOCKED'I".
II1'opl'latfly decorated! in' red ", hW.
: : mid 1 blue. The evening was spent In

Dr. P. J. Cannon St. Cloud' Department Miss social Urunaon conversation) received, dancing l1w.ny beautiful eto.

_.-- -... .... -- .. - presents at the close of the ev
Physician eningIklicious: ice cream: ,, punch,
Osteopathic ;MWS: : IM J :NOILS' i FIW)M I ST.: n.O'II.( i Tim ONDKR: crn.ut an<], calve were nerved. Mrs (L '\\'. !'

((Formtrly of,St. Lout,'A/o.) i i'OMiivr.: rcrsons and Mrs Coy Reams assist*.: :
.. ed the hostess in serving.
". Mis.' (U. W. Bronson is on the sick ::: .
'j( :)1)'. and 1 Mrs, 'Anna Leach Mrs.,rI Nellie list this week. and nil are in hopes If.::. .
Office 619 Mabbette Sf Linden Go ford'', 1 son of she will 'lie) up in a day or "0. ; ,
Mrs. licit <;.t"18fol.110( hUH {been lluynes, ;Mrs Margaret Workman Mrs. It. C. Trimble left. Tuesday.
'spending part morning Lecsburg Jersey cows
i 8tol0a.m. left on Tuesday for, /1,1'/ home lit ;Mon- (.f l Kokomo 1 nd.lnd; \i1 is.' Louisa je the truest of Dr. and Mrs E. R.t'otsou. young
Hours ,''ticello 111. lie was accompanied us Shearer of Gary, 1ml,: and I Dr. John > )
() 6to8p.m. far' as Kissininiee by his mother and Ward; of Peru, Ind., after a few days I Ii must go
;Mr. *. Annoji. ;'l1l'( ill. visit with J Dr. M. Puckett-Foster! returned
----- "Mr."' 1. H: Croft arrived front the to Winter -Haven. To' all Whom it May Concern: .
i north Monday evening and i h u !guest I ;lit.. John DKirow left Wednesday I 1.: M. harrier anti J. T. Reams, Ii PRICES $50.00 AND UP i iI ts.
Trustees of the Pleasant. 'Hill cemetery -
Chronic Diseases a Specialtyalso ul the IJonair 1I0usI \!. for! Xephyrhills
I land l, have sold the timber from
| Anson ;llto( iU. Mr. und ;Mrs." Wil ] Mr. John 1 Daniels, who has been
hams ;Mrs, llollis and two !boys, and employed in the.. shipyards uf Jacksonville "raid land to Ifann & Singeltary for I "
ChiropractorR. ;Mrs. Williams, spent Wednesday!' null came home' Sunday.! HUH), and will hold in reserve untilneedeJ : Also offer nice pair mules and k
ing ut Lake Alligator. Mr. and ;II r8. Thomas' Bishop and 1 ., or for the purpose of building Y,
I 11 r. und Mr*. Martin arrived here! three children, and Mis.; Bessie Bishop a fence, around the remeterv.I. | [heavy.
last!' week( from Lake (City, lown/und ) of- Noithampton, Ohio who hate M; LANIF.R. I young mare. Bargain prices. v 'J
M. BUCKMASTER 'spent ft week nt the Honiiir House.Mms been. spending the winter; ut Eustis, J. T. REAMS.: j, ,
Osteopulhic! Physician 'I ; Elizabeth Ward a returned ''iiiTived Saturday to \'i"itIrll! Bessie '! {. .. .t
,missionary from Japan spent a few liishop's brother and family, Mr. and 1 THOMAS FINDS BAGASSE ? ?
Rooms 9 and 10, State Hank Itldg. days visiting her fri"d.1', ) ;MPu'ckettFotr ;Mrs. Alonzo' Vincent: A GOOD FEED FOR CATTLEThe '
Hours: 9) to 121 1 to I. and chile here gave I 111 ills Cuba Neshitt who )has been I f
Ian address in the Fist church spending the winter hero expects to :New: EdenPlantation Company W. W. CARSON
(Other Hours by .\'JIJo' ntmt'nt. ,to n large and uppieciative audience.Mrs. (cave Friday for her home at Kokomo. has finished making syrup 3.000!
Office (Phone 1H2. : Lutimer and small son und'mother Imdti. this season, having made over s '
,I' Mrs Jones', of Ailingt". N. : ... Hullis and two boys, who are trillion from fifteen acres of cane, .:-{-:..;u,-}{:.{--}.}.}{ G}S r": } }{ 4+:-:'r>--------------x..c.---r,
WomenChildr= .1.) are guests at the homo Men n on 1''nn8)'lvuniu 'venue. Tuesday after u visit to St. Peters lie sold or used for seed. This is not I|I
| ;'II illS Emma: ;Murphy"d" ,:Mrs.Mury burg. She was accompanied by her n had! crop' when you consider that
THAT PAIN ; Johnson' spent the \\eVk-end at mother, ;'llrl<, Williams, und her. the syrup is being sold for $1.:.:.i U']
STOP Arcadia.Mr. brother, und his Wife Mr., und :Mrs.Williams. . !gallon. I' :
--...- und Mrs. Eyclslnmer and baby Theymade the! trip l h yunto. Mr.' A. I I':., Thomas local managerof Osceola Hardware Co. _
'spent Sunday last at Winter ll.iven. the farm, has been experimenting) 1
lIIAnUJofE; the man Why has effected | Miss Margaret ;McCill;, came home Miss Edyth Jennes came over this season' with the bagasse, or pulp ,,! ,
hundreds of wonderful cures Saturday evening from .Jacksonvilleto from Kssimmee TUl'ltdllY't'nin\( to of live t'allafter the 'juice 1 is> extracted i
is in town himself to introduce his spend two or three weeks with .her \init lift parents Mr.. and Jlis..1.,: H. for cattle feed. Heretofore the I' Located on Kissiillree'sBUSIES'
I't'nl'dil'll.'ou will tind him in his parents. "" 'lIt.'blt, G' buguKsoe has been thought to be useless ;
cur at the leading drug stoic His I W. S. Alveu.-Mr.( : ;. Wvrif, Mr. Isen-I ;Mr. nnd ;'111'1<. \\'. W. "It.dl'Dwh"! e\cjt for mulching purpo.-es. CORNER
Liniment cured Corns, Bumou.i, vinger, und 11 IJ'. Nichols 'art tI l others) have spent some time here, I left' oilollc1IIV' hut ;Mr. Thomas conceived. the idea I)
Cuts Bruises, :Sprains: Stiff Joints, ,left on Tuesday for n few days ill for their home ut Springfield of feeding it to the cattle on the I
Old Sores, Sore Throat Swellings, Homosu.ssii. l, o lI.i 0. They were iiccompariieil farm with splendid results. Over
Dandruff) Itching Scalp, ('round Itch, Mrs. Price, who has 'been a guest house bv :III', DeClr Blood Poison, Tetter( RHEUMATISM ; ; ut the St. Cloud l hotel this winter :Nellie: Sears. who expect' to make through the winter aril are 'now .
; Neuralgia Ecxema Lame left Tuesday for her home at Boston t that place her\ home. in fine t-nndition, no other food beingUMil. I hate a large stock of Dressers and Vave decided to sell a
Back Lumbago, Neuritis Lumps andErysipelas. Mass.' ': 1r. Thomas l{ Hundreds. have beencured I|i J E.;: C. Meek! of Jacksonville spent trip, to J.imml'eVt'dnstlu. )'. fond' ( <>C (his feed,,_(nd would eat up i 1 goodly porton of them at prices that are far befSjv *lie present(; market
sifter dqctors had fulled. ;Meet I Tuesday and Wednesday i in i our cil'I j i clean! ouch niChtthe bagasse product alue. They are solid hard wood not YeneeiJ are' mostly in
Alagruder, hand him $1 I.I()( in exchangefor 1\iaiting friends 'd in a day's grinding Dark Oak finish.: This is an unusual l opportunity. and we will tell
one bottle of this\. wond..r-I Deputy Sheriff Campbell! )] of KM-'i[ CAMPBELL NOTESI more about ,it next week.
ful remedy and be ('() '( simmee, was in the city on Wednes WHAT WILL THE FLORIDA

testimonials. from : thoi.e who havesuffered day. I :: and Mrs R, (". Tremble. / and LEGISLATURE DO TO YOU?
and are now well. Pi4. M. Puckctl-Fpslcr made a fl. C. Tremble-'Jr., motored down to
busincssjlrip to ltanfol'tl\On IsTuee tluy"('Foreade': ; fat!ujfvv' ' : :
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For'Saletby Osceola Pharmacy"14:2tpd: hoppingtn11 J{ Imn1l. 1\1; s1 y in. regard: to,the proceedings
Miss Uerthu.Jreen of Winter Turk 4. Horn to '1r.. and l' Mrs.\ HuelienI.aiiiii of the coming session. 1 1J Ware. .
: Will be the wet'kend'Ifu..l. -0. "c ..xx.: .: M. ruckrttPouter.There . Mr. (U. W. Shanks spent the \\eekcnd law has! been enacted and then kick 'I
here six tables at the "iUO with his family at Hurtow. about its enforcement. Watch the SMOOTH ON
party ut the St. Cloud Hotel Monday I ;Mr. Francis" Brown returned home bill introduced'from day *&-
i I MILTON'S.MARKfT[ [ 1 !evening I winning; Mrs.\ Urummar the pl' zell. and Next week.Mrs.Palby \ I''where.11 few days he was ago honorably from \("amp dischargedhoot Cordon/( l, I I.once When has you been see offered that, protest a dangevhus; right : Smooth On is an iron cement that stops leaks in pipes radiators

the curd parties will .end for the seats military duty lIe'I left Monday\ to senator and dotes, etc. We sell it.TWO.
your representative -
I ( n und the hosts will be Capt. Ninon I'for Fort be the guest. of his juwuy; be equally prompt in commending ' ,
FRESH MEATS :i und ;II 1r. Wells, assisted by Miss RrundiiHither, hrs. I.'. C. lioggess.! good measures. I -
11 on*ton. I Miss :Mary Addison of Loughman, Till: FLORIDA TIMESUNIONILL BIG DAYS
Hei.. H. Pulls of KiHHimmee was n guest Sunday of ;11 r'. und :Mis.llryant. \\ KEEP: ; YOU FULLY POSTED I '
FISH i spoke! in the Flint t Baptist church lust .. l A.* usual, the Florida Times-Union Since the Bond Election and St. Patrick's! Pay have both passedwe 1'
i Sunday morning in behalf of Columbia '!r..1. E.: Sharp returned Sutuiduy will punt daily the fullest and most
Milk, Poultry and Eggs College.Pr. from .lacksonville. , where he has (been (I{,complete reports of the work of the feel calmer. We are on the alert to roll up the biggest 'year'sbusiness
II I :M. I'uckett-Foster\ spoke in the employed in the ',hipyurdsfor' sonic State 1 legislature at the coming; regular e\er. We urge everybody to let us make estimates on all
I, First Haptist church last Sunday evening time session. their needs in Hardware and Furniture
t Phone 145 Prices Reasonable to u crowJt'd house. The subiect :Mrs \\'. C. ;McCloud was. "The King's Insurance the guest uf her sister, Mrs.; < 'oy *
will be Tallahassee
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I \\'i/l/! report fully everything: of genera c Susette went to the Zoo and saw the animals (fed. The lions
t Colds Cause Grip and Influenza dau'htt'Nt'IIi/( (', ufter'"I'enllin n, 1 I J. M. Lanier, was the sl..nof u mer ,. interest. :,
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the week here visiting friends, left Tuesday iry crowd Tuesday evening when. they I The Times-Union will carry everyday and tigers growled and roard terribly when they saw -their meat being '
aura Tber U only one "Bromo Quiolnt. 'for u trip by auto to St. Petersburg entertained in honor of their' giandinlaughU'r ( from, ten to fifteen columnof cut up. The keeper thinking Susette might be afraid said :
E. W.GROVE'S Uoetur oo box. :SOo. ;Miss Elsie Kronen's birthday {the legislative/( proceedingsits report-j j i eHr! mind them lady they won't hurt you." ,
;Mrs Kent was the guest: on Sunday also .in honor' of their son Earl, "
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:era covering not 'only happenings ain't a afraid shoe replied "for Gallium, husband
Subscribe for the Valley fa7pltf': of Mr. all.1Irs.: L. Shambow. ''who rerentlv. returned from overseasT my
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